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"elizabeth preston" Discussed on The 43 Percent

The 43 Percent

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth preston" Discussed on The 43 Percent

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"elizabeth preston" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth preston" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"Whether it's chasing my babies or helping other amazing women bring there's into the world. I'm always on the go. I'm a wife a mom to two beautiful children and labor and delivery nurse. My name is Rosalyn. Hey craft and I am among Welcome back to the miraculous moments podcast. I'm your host Elizabeth Preston and I'm so glad that you're here. We believe in empowering women through storytelling an education and today we are empowering men because it's movember which is taking back men's health and putting a focus on the issues issues health issues facing men today and who influences men women that so I have some super exciting episodes for you guys this month since it is movember. And it's also fertility months so the next few episodes are going to be solely focused On the female cycle artillery movember. Men's health issues and things like that so today I have super exciting guests coming on from Neutra verve. They invented a male prenatal and it is changing lives and they are doing amazing amazing work with it but if you guys I didn't know we're actually in a sperm crisis and a lot of people aren't talking about it and I wanted to do a whole episode dedicated to it because is there is so much goes into it and it does really take two to make a baby but a lot of people aren't talking about that so much of the emphasis still falls on the woman on her health on her body. When about fifty percent of infertility is mel from the male side? And that's not even taking into account a lot of other issues that men are facing but also the genetic makeup of sperm men can change the genetic makeup of their sperm determining helping to determine whether their child will have heart disease or different health. Factors that they will face that they will face when they're older by taking control of your health now and up until recently it's kind of been like men are the sperm donors basically and everything falls on the woman and that is just simply not true. And there's so much research to back it up so we are going to back it up in this episode with the ladies from nuture serve and they're going to share what they're about what they're doing. We're going to talk a lot of research and Statistics and things that you can do to start to change change the health of your sperm and lot of those same things helped change just your health in general for men and women. There's so many things in this world world now that are out of our control. But there's things that you can take back and that you can do to put you back in the driver's seat of your health and in control of your life and and yeah it's GonNa be awesome and I cannot wait for you guys to hear it so I'm going to grab these amazing ladies. All right right everybody. I have BRIANNA and Rachelle here from Neutra. Verb neutral verve nutritionals and they are a men's men's reproductive wellness company. They have an amazing prenatal for men. I know this is something a lot of us have been waiting for and we didn't even know it was what we needed in our lives. Men especially didn't know that they needed to in them in their lives and we're gonNA talk about why it's so important how we're kind of in a spur. Burma gutten going on right now. And it's something that not a lot of people are talking about but there are answers and solutions and things that you can do to take control troll of your health and try to have healthy sperm because healthy sperm produces healthy babies. So thank you so much for being on the podcast. Yeah so I'm GonNa have you guys. Just tell me a little bit about yourselves. What you do and how you came to come up with the smell prenatal? Oh okay thank you This is Brianna the he. I'm the CO founder of Neutra Verve nutritionals and I guess the question like why we launched a prenatal for men. The idea of male prenatal started having a discussion with some friends. And you no. We're discussing prenatal health. That look like a ready to start a family. You know we wanna make healthier choices looking into prenatal myself and wondering. How important is the man? Health prior to conception ended there something he should be doing or or taking so through our research. We you begin to understand. Just how important preconception health care was for both men and women and that the health of your sperm plays a vital role in improving Tilleke as well as the development and long term health of the child. So that's where the journey beginning. Wow Yeah and it's so important because I feel like not until recently have I heard sperm help really being talked about right. Yeah and I think that's just just because now it's it's come to the forefront so much more you know when you see headlines out there that basically saying we're in a crisis this and that you know the quality of sperm from men in in North America Europe Australia all that has declined over the past forty years by fifty two point four percent. Those are pretty. You know pretty strong statistics. So I think with all all of that kind of coming to the forefront is kinda brought the attention to sperm health To the front burners so to speak. Yeah well it's on the front burners for people maybe who are in the industry but I feel like it's still something that the majority of the population has zero idea about and their doctors aren't telling them they're they're like not hearing about it from any sources so it's like we're in this industry three so we're like oh my gosh. This is amazing enough and you're right because I didn't really know much about it until I started to research it myself when I was like. WHOA WHOA why? Why isn't anybody told me this before? So yeah you're right. You're absolutely right. It's if you're not in that mindset that of having babies in maybe thinking about any of this stuff or not in the industry it's not common knowledge and that's kind of the You know our journey journey is to cut help change the conversation. Bring the awareness out there and You know make people aware of the fact that men and women both played equal rolls when it comes to Putin section health care. Yep Yeah I just WanNa clap when you say that when you say play equal roles because you you see so many people dealing with infertility these days and I do believe like so much of it is out of our control. There's preventative care. There's I think you should be doing before it gets to that point. But there's so many environmental toxins and things in our food and I was reading an article today about y sperm health has potentially decreased and they were saying plastics like so much of the toxins that leak from plastics. And your cell phone. They say you should never grab your cell phone in your pocket and things that we're constantly surrounded by like even if I'm doing my best to eliminate plastics in my life if I go to to the grocery store and buy something there's not a lot of options of things that aren't wrapped in plastic or we have to have our I live. I Work Working Doolan. I live on call so if I get called into work I have to have my phone on me on loud. If a client goes into Labor I gotta go. So it's like there's so much things things that are out of our control that now we're facing all these infertility issues and it's like me now we have to backpedal and learn how to do something about it. Exactly it's almost retraining. How we approach how we approach everyday life really? You know what I mean rethinking how we do things and and you know like you know overall everything that they say out there that is no couples hormone disruptors that you just mentioned with the plastics and even the fragrances. Listen things like that. You know it all comes down to like everyday health everyday living and everyday and making those choices every day to kind of improve your health overall Yeah I just think that we just kinda honestly have to rethink things. Retrain how we how we've approached life in general we've become like the you know society convenience with everything and You know when you look back. It's in prior generations. And how they listen what they did. They didn't have these sorts of things you know. I had a grandmother who lives in ninety eight and I swear I kept my grandma. You're ahead of the trends like I swagger headed the trend with health and wellness. And she's like I'm not out of the Trenton visit. Basically how I've lived my life it just a different generations right so you know maybe we have to go back to more simplistic ways of living in in the sense. Like let's rethink how we do things right. Yeah yeah well and I think that now it is coming closer to those times all right so I live in Chicago which means it's getting very cold outside this week it was in the twenty s. And that means I don't WanNa go out there more than half do which includes running errands and going to.

Preparing for Parenthood

Babes and Babies

09:39 min | 2 years ago

Preparing for Parenthood

"Whether it's chasing my babies or helping other amazing women bring there's into the world. I'm always on the go. I'm a wife a mom to two beautiful children and labor and delivery nurse. My name is Rosalyn. Hey craft and I am among Welcome back to the miraculous moments podcast. I'm your host Elizabeth Preston and I'm so glad that you're here. We believe in empowering women through storytelling an education and today we are empowering men because it's movember which is taking back men's health and putting a focus on the issues issues health issues facing men today and who influences men women that so I have some super exciting episodes for you guys this month since it is movember. And it's also fertility months so the next few episodes are going to be solely focused On the female cycle artillery movember. Men's health issues and things like that so today I have super exciting guests coming on from Neutra verve. They invented a male prenatal and it is changing lives and they are doing amazing amazing work with it but if you guys I didn't know we're actually in a sperm crisis and a lot of people aren't talking about it and I wanted to do a whole episode dedicated to it because is there is so much goes into it and it does really take two to make a baby but a lot of people aren't talking about that so much of the emphasis still falls on the woman on her health on her body. When about fifty percent of infertility is mel from the male side? And that's not even taking into account a lot of other issues that men are facing but also the genetic makeup of sperm men can change the genetic makeup of their sperm determining helping to determine whether their child will have heart disease or different health. Factors that they will face that they will face when they're older by taking control of your health now and up until recently it's kind of been like men are the sperm donors basically and everything falls on the woman and that is just simply not true. And there's so much research to back it up so we are going to back it up in this episode with the ladies from nuture serve and they're going to share what they're about what they're doing. We're going to talk a lot of research and Statistics and things that you can do to start to change change the health of your sperm and lot of those same things helped change just your health in general for men and women. There's so many things in this world world now that are out of our control. But there's things that you can take back and that you can do to put you back in the driver's seat of your health and in control of your life and and yeah it's GonNa be awesome and I cannot wait for you guys to hear it so I'm going to grab these amazing ladies. All right right everybody. I have BRIANNA and Rachelle here from Neutra. Verb neutral verve nutritionals and they are a men's men's reproductive wellness company. They have an amazing prenatal for men. I know this is something a lot of us have been waiting for and we didn't even know it was what we needed in our lives. Men especially didn't know that they needed to in them in their lives and we're gonNA talk about why it's so important how we're kind of in a spur. Burma gutten going on right now. And it's something that not a lot of people are talking about but there are answers and solutions and things that you can do to take control troll of your health and try to have healthy sperm because healthy sperm produces healthy babies. So thank you so much for being on the podcast. Yeah so I'm GonNa have you guys. Just tell me a little bit about yourselves. What you do and how you came to come up with the smell prenatal? Oh okay thank you This is Brianna the he. I'm the CO founder of Neutra Verve nutritionals and I guess the question like why we launched a prenatal for men. The idea of male prenatal started having a discussion with some friends. And you no. We're discussing prenatal health. That look like a ready to start a family. You know we wanna make healthier choices looking into prenatal myself and wondering. How important is the man? Health prior to conception ended there something he should be doing or or taking so through our research. We you begin to understand. Just how important preconception health care was for both men and women and that the health of your sperm plays a vital role in improving Tilleke as well as the development and long term health of the child. So that's where the journey beginning. Wow Yeah and it's so important because I feel like not until recently have I heard sperm help really being talked about right. Yeah and I think that's just just because now it's it's come to the forefront so much more you know when you see headlines out there that basically saying we're in a crisis this and that you know the quality of sperm from men in in North America Europe Australia all that has declined over the past forty years by fifty two point four percent. Those are pretty. You know pretty strong statistics. So I think with all all of that kind of coming to the forefront is kinda brought the attention to sperm health To the front burners so to speak. Yeah well it's on the front burners for people maybe who are in the industry but I feel like it's still something that the majority of the population has zero idea about and their doctors aren't telling them they're they're like not hearing about it from any sources so it's like we're in this industry three so we're like oh my gosh. This is amazing enough and you're right because I didn't really know much about it until I started to research it myself when I was like. WHOA WHOA why? Why isn't anybody told me this before? So yeah you're right. You're absolutely right. It's if you're not in that mindset that of having babies in maybe thinking about any of this stuff or not in the industry it's not common knowledge and that's kind of the You know our journey journey is to cut help change the conversation. Bring the awareness out there and You know make people aware of the fact that men and women both played equal rolls when it comes to Putin section health care. Yep Yeah I just WanNa clap when you say that when you say play equal roles because you you see so many people dealing with infertility these days and I do believe like so much of it is out of our control. There's preventative care. There's I think you should be doing before it gets to that point. But there's so many environmental toxins and things in our food and I was reading an article today about y sperm health has potentially decreased and they were saying plastics like so much of the toxins that leak from plastics. And your cell phone. They say you should never grab your cell phone in your pocket and things that we're constantly surrounded by like even if I'm doing my best to eliminate plastics in my life if I go to to the grocery store and buy something there's not a lot of options of things that aren't wrapped in plastic or we have to have our I live. I Work Working Doolan. I live on call so if I get called into work I have to have my phone on me on loud. If a client goes into Labor I gotta go. So it's like there's so much things things that are out of our control that now we're facing all these infertility issues and it's like me now we have to backpedal and learn how to do something about it. Exactly it's almost retraining. How we approach how we approach everyday life really? You know what I mean rethinking how we do things and and you know like you know overall everything that they say out there that is no couples hormone disruptors that you just mentioned with the plastics and even the fragrances. Listen things like that. You know it all comes down to like everyday health everyday living and everyday and making those choices every day to kind of improve your health overall Yeah I just think that we just kinda honestly have to rethink things. Retrain how we how we've approached life in general we've become like the you know society convenience with everything and You know when you look back. It's in prior generations. And how they listen what they did. They didn't have these sorts of things you know. I had a grandmother who lives in ninety eight and I swear I kept my grandma. You're ahead of the trends like I swagger headed the trend with health and wellness. And she's like I'm not out of the Trenton visit. Basically how I've lived my life it just a different generations right so you know maybe we have to go back to more simplistic ways of living in in the sense. Like let's rethink how we do things right. Yeah yeah well and I think that now it is coming closer to those times all right so I live in Chicago which means it's getting very cold outside this week it was in the twenty s. And that means I don't WanNa go out there more than half

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"elizabeth preston" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth preston" Discussed on Science... sort of

"Have two major Clayton's the Arkansas which include crocodilians, anything crocodile, like terrorists, dinosaurs, and birds are dinosaurs. And then you have the lupita sors, which are snakes lizards to Atara 's and lizards include things like Muslims horses. Well, with some really cool fossil members of that group and turtles Testudo nays. We're kind of unclear where they fit in this schema if they fit neatly in there at all. Well, yeah. I mean, I think if you consider them at third group it's just unclear if they belong as being more closely related to delusions, his snakes more closely related to the architectures the dinosaurs. And crocodiles, what do you think? I don't. On record. I don't know. I I've been outta that game for so long now when I was a master student. I might have had a an opinion that I could have at least backed up with something. I heard somebody say some time. But now, I don't know. So the the other names for the the Arkansas or the Diop's it's are actually for for lots of that tells the. Diop's it's because they have to holds two arches in their skull, basically reptiles for the most part or Diop's sits and mammals are synapses and turtles are called NS because they had no holes in their school. So like, I said turtles had been every time you find a turtle. It's clearly a turtle. This is the one even the one that the previously most primitive turtle lake bound had the bottom of its shell. Even if it didn't have the top of it already in place. So every turtle you're like, yeah. That's a turtle. So it's really hard to figure out what turtles are related to. Because when you find on it. It just needs the the pizza in the ninja weapons you're saying without a missing link. The fossil record is a lie, and we should discredit evolution. Yeah. I don't think you'd putting words in my mouth when you say that. No. But this is a really cool find, and this is the sort of thing when people ask me about like, how do you know what to look for in the fossil record? It's discoveries like this where I don't know the exact circumstances by which this was found. I did read the title of the paper. But the authors of the paper were shouldn't Lee nNcholas Fraser, who's the researcher in Scotland Olivier repel and Jao Hsien Lou it is behind a paywall, but we will link to the nature paper as well. As BBC article in the show notes describing this. But it's this sort of thing where it's like, I don't know the exact context by which they found this particular animal, but it is discoveries. Like, this that tell you what to go look for next. And I think that is as valuable as the fossil find itself is that it gives you the next part of the story and gives you a search image of like, okay? This is the kind of thing we need to be looking for in related or slightly earlier fossil sites around the world. Do you? Remember, Nate Dominy? Yeah. Of course, he's he's now at Dartmouth. But he wants asked me it's like if you could go back to any time in history. When would it be what would you be going to look for than I thought about it for a little while? I think I'd go back to the triassic because I wanna see. I want to say that. But the turtle looks like before it becomes turtle. Now, we have an idea getting closer. Well, those turtles would have needed to go to the bathroom at some point while they were alive. Patrick both agree. So you sent in an article awhile ago this is from last year. It's a piece from the Atlantic written by Elizabeth Preston. And the title is a very intriguing and compelling title to me at least, and it's who's peeing in the global pool..

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