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Food Neighbourhoods 211: Recipe edition, Masaki Sugisaki

Monocle 24: The Menu

04:04 min | 2 months ago

Food Neighbourhoods 211: Recipe edition, Masaki Sugisaki

"Halo unto welcome to food neighborhoods son. Monocle twenty four am markle's hip during the pandemic. We continue these show in a slightly different form as many of you find yourself spending more time at home. We do follow suit. Stay with more domestic and delve into the world of great recipes this week. We hear a traditional vegan recipe from one of london's best loved japanese chefs. Hi my name is masaki psychic from houston japanese. Let's call dining s w three in nice village today. I would like to share a traditional japanese vegan dish double cooked over chain with caramelized sweet missile known as nestl. Although in japan we differently bait as nasa dangrek stage is one of the most occur addition molester and as far as the lots guests are asking for listening to i'm sure combination of melted shadow overseeing an elementary sweet. Misa faber will make you. Addicted ingredients a very simple or was white me so full. So suk serpents sweet circe cold heating and cooking grade second you can find oldies items in the supermarkets and even more good newsies. It is very simple to prevent to. I can the aubergine in housing the lengthways and the score them both skin and the fresh side so that means water for half hour. In the meantime create associates simply mix hundred fifty grams of missile fifty grams. Second fifty grams soak moving. Ads finally fifty grams of sugar. Missile spam and a facing full ten minutes. But he's keep staling as it easy to be bugged mixed. It is deep fried over chain about three minutes in a side in one hundred eighty degrees basil than less than two minutes. After arresting apply the missile on the over chain and the bake them in oval. Just to canonize. Now when you do the cameras asian these to know aflaid took it. The cut is home. Depot is is created a nice automatic flavor. Finally sprinkles from mris talk answer. He might from guests unhappy in this fish as a main course all eaten side of the dishes. All fish dishes some have been with white steams rise. Which is very japanese. If i personally like shaped travolta tall with a few drops of trouble to the combination between missile and a truffle is very unique and i love the on a side note. They sweet is very useful source to have in your fridge last long like a month in the fridge and can be used for many different ways. Such ask me made for the fish. As a fact the famous jeopardy's fish block is mighty netted in this kind of this source also can be used for. The meat mandate by adding the judges. It also can be a dipping sauce for the sesame by simply adding rice vinegar and the beetle mustard on. I'm sure you will like this os at. It's a winter dish as well. So please do try and you like my thanks to mercer kosugi sake of dining says w three in london for more from the us polity sectors stay tuned to monaco twenty four. You can also subscribe to our magazine and sign up to our email newsletter the monocle minutes heads to monaco for more info. I am marcus hip. Thanks for listening and by for now.

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A Positive Test

Liminal Podcast

1:22:37 hr | 2 months ago

A Positive Test

"A warm welcome. Back to limited podcast. This is episode. four season. Free at my name is joe. I'm with gordon. I believe tripling away. Although he is bit distracted right now. Yeah hey sorry man. yeah. I'm just trying to order myself. A lot from starbucks only seems to get older. Is this eggnog claw. say it's christmas song. More is eggnog. I've heard it around christmas loads. But i have no idea. It's an american thing right of starbucks kind of brought this and drafted you as and what's going on. I know 'cause. I've i've definitely heard people mentioning it but it's always sounded a bit. Disc- eggnog Agate no points for that one so you are now. You have this product unless know tentative which the my day but it's probably ryan probably is okay so the bbc good food recipes six medium. Free rein jets full canal. Lots of family that you're killing the while one hundred fifty grams of cost of suga. Okay so it's got some sugar in it. Five hundred million liters of whole milk and foreign leaders of double cream. Goodness may now a lot of baby. Cow growth liquid there. Three hundred and fifty milliliters of rum burden or a mixture of the two depending on your preference. A cab down with that pau. And then some freshly grated nutmeg to taste right so of that. I can have the room the not megan the sugar but the rest of it sounds gross milk. Raw egg rolls even low raw egg whisk the eggs you whisk the uk's with the cost of sugar until the mixture is pale yellow and thick. This is best done with an electric held. Mexa the milk the cream the rum and obin. Bourbon borbon goupil. Mab isn't it. Yeah chris interesting fight bobbins a vegan. You can also add some of the nutmeg as well. If you like your dog this way. No such a horrible word naga. Yeah it doesn't sound office is it. Okay i'm gonna tell you some more about it if you want to try it. Now pull the mixture into two seven hundred fifty milliliter or one and a half pint bottles with stuffers and store in the fridge for up to two weeks. Ooh egg whites in a box and freeze until ready to serve the eggnog when ready to serve defrost the egg whites into a clean metal or glass bowl using a hand held electric mix mixer whisk the egg whites until foamy and a paik an add the remaining fifty grams of sugar. So you can sit extra fifty grams of sugar in a on the side for two weeks and then with the egg whites until soft. He takes full When the is removed the economic from the bustles into a large bone unfold in the egg whites until well combined later. The eggnog into glass tumblers and serve with a freshly grated nutmeg. On the top of each class right. May i in fact i challenge you to try this okay and record it. Put it on our social media. I won't the world to see you throw up to this from. I will not throw of state. We're gonna make it or you're going to I could make. I could certainly try and make probably wouldn't use that many eggs and not much stuff Who say we'll see what we can saw. But we'll see what happens if you're making it. Then we'll post the video and a couple of weeks if you manage to find it somewhere for not too much money. Then you can buy and recorded. but we'll go with that. You're going to have some eggnog. And we'll see what that's like. 'cause upping being discussed. I'll try so listeners. Do not have to yeah. It sounds fucking disgusting but what we who've we got show you this week joe. Have we got a really exciting guest. We do is a mystery mystery. Gaspar not gonna tell you who it is until we get locked in on the recording. Okay guy mysterious. So here we are. This week's guest is being we food. Your business is jordan. Oh wow okay. That's what our name would be as a couple would be jordan go jordan jordan guy is truly strata. You just come by guys. You just need to go much as i can say just need to go. He's got the bracelets time you basically allowing cabeza. Yeah many worse. Yeah you correct Why is it just me. We couldn't afford. I guess for this week. I ride lead up to christmas of christmas shopping. Say yeah unfortunately. We couldn't afford to pay against like we pay our guests. It's just us because we thought it would be nice to have a bit of a cap on where i what we've been up to. There's a lot that's changed since we first started recording the podcast. So we thought we'd just go back to basics. Beg revisit the the lockdown days now. The boris's is plunged into another one wherever we asked the proper role now. She's not little an off hand. Yeah well the first one. We didn't really know what kobe was. It was it was a of this kind of hidden figure in the in the distance that wasn't really affecting our lives. It just meant the we had to stay inside and out for an hour of exercise every week but this time feels more rayo. I know people who've had co veg present company included and it. It feels like a more dangerous situation if it was what we know a lot more now about everything and it's just all a little bit more scary. I don't know whether you find that joy. Yeah i mean had it so it kinda changes. Y'all look stay rated. i'm not. I didn't take it seriously and all that it wasn't a big thing but the second nygov tax through when i say no way sinking sinking feeling actually Not a horrible just bury. The toll could emit the hall topic. I was very much one of the statistics that yeah it must be very strange. You know even though. I guess you have symptoms. Probably didn't change that much from just before getting the text message to getting the text message arguably nothing changed in that moment but in many ways everything changed. I guess yeah exactly why we pray. Show me go ahead and put enough cheap khan academy khan. What's house. I will retrace it or at horrible. Yeah but she realized in our. Yeah yeah west. Lanham across the together. It was horrible as ways is changing spokes regatta widely office and we would just got west actually wages kunal. I suppose potion thing. Too many buying british. Not cuban that will guide will straighten. no muss. didn't even look We just we just shook our ads and he went nizing zakian with us ninety this night for and i was up. Send actually pretty young guys. In june guy. High school would make ashamed all and the various in listens to me. And the dodgers refund again say taught me through it. What were your symptoms. What will happen. I i was a cough. Was you know you had a fever. D suddenly not taste your cocoa pops watson these explains. I'll say the my girlfriend says and i was at work tax. She said really hong kohl's don't feel well not not sure what's wrong outside. Kuwait could be thin. Our will saw tell me back. I'm michael bath of business usual. What could the next morning sore throat just a little chuckle there enough to think thousands incorrect mosul threat. That you get in the morning. It was something more commonly used. It wasn't on all in the morning after coffee and all that kind of thing. I went to college. She's subsumes is wisely. Yeah it's fine a whole day. This is right when manchester radi Probably the west face in the uk. Jackson gets asked so we couldn't get About today's this is the monday monday. Acid fine actually stood froze. And then monday ni- remembers about hall. Who in the morning. I want to no job of sweats into bed. fever like i've never experienced anything discrepancies. members located think a lot. Kids this some point Insane vera when you're located on your head is ridiculous find. You feel like you're you. It was and really wasn't that uncomfortable went to sleep. And he was fine. I to the next day i felt fun notional Nothing just kind of wet cannot rely could be credited where munch stop you know who plays very likely this often and yeah. I've got nurses machines conaco headache of a fever. Those kind of sense than sending again at night fever and want. I'm happy not to get these ridiculous by joins. An as pains. United will those opponents where she was crying of how body was show. Parisi's just nothing just nothing and after the midday we both had exactly the same some ridiculous joint pain. I've never felt. Hey not actually another broker boat. Some navies high. I've done hobby to be baptized. Pain is excruciating if fell on my knees being crushed says lying. Benjamin needs being russia. That johnson's timetable. We high for about four or five days. I need a win. To young fatty v anyhow healthy people would really statistics. Say actually gessen's. Up shaking off. Yeah i've had a lot of people saying. Oh yeah i'm young it's fine. It won't affect me that much. I get it and move on. I kind of had that attitude at the start. Saying when i first heard about it i'll just get it over with i kinda though all. Yeah i was a bit a bit of a sniffly code earlier in the air maybe a habit and after hearing your story tokens layer about her experience with that and other friends. I have the of had the disease. It does not sound like a walk in the park and you know that may be there are people that are in a symtomatic. But i think to assume that you're going to be a symptomatic vary in hindsight of very mature very stupid way to operate. This virus is very real and it's affecting people in increasing the was ways arguably with the cold weather coming up. I mean i certainly know a couple of people that have got all that. I've my friends of friends that are in intensive care and stuff like that at the moment because of and it's quite a scary time to be alive and yeah it's yeah i've well i've not seen my family since february and i the a lot of people have probably not seen their family for a lot longer than that and just to go outside experience I'd like to say time to think in passionate about could not fox fox i was. I wasn't awful. I wasn't the appointment of guys. You know what we need money medical. How is pretty clear that the conditioners bond. But wasn't it again. Wes and honesty today she just had a new chiba. Tv on wasn't even watching properly. Have free days where my mind was so clearly being used elsewhere to fight set. That just didn't do anything serious reading way. Experience nola Shaved off pretty quickly on a not. Whatever else this just talking matter finish discussing just wanted to go away go by you andrea. Now can wait. I'm working tonight. Changes chic on swan subscriptions. But that's how my body is often. Is these discuss the. It's it really kind of brings home. The how poor. The response has been from a lot of the world governments in the very clearly putting de economies and the interests of the few people who are privileged enough. That gave. it isn't really affecting them too much ahead of everybody else. You know if our country had gone into that. Second break. A lockdown at the star of the end of august of september. Then i think we'd be in a very different position than we all right now where it's likely. The a lot of people aren't going to be out of spend christmas with their families at. When was it the covid kissed for would have been caboose ago. Now actually heard about. Simone's yeah i guess towards the middle to end of september pray show. Yeah it would have been around new to this house about a remote six weeks coppola weeks about nine weeks ago i would estimate. Yeah say that was around when boris was given the option of introducing the circuit breaker lockdown. Just before the schools go back to try and suppress the spike that inevitably happened when universities and schools went back in the country just reopened up. We had the vary poorly timed in hindsight to help out campaign which only certainly did more harm than good. It's yeah i think we'll look back in a few years time at the way. This government has operated things and we that will be a lot of questions are being asked. I've already seen as petitions going round as a petition. Actually which pulling in the show nights if it still live Calling for the government to published an independent inquiry into how the funds have been allocated for private contracts during this pandemic. 'cause if you look at the wellbeing testing trae system that we've got. I'm sure we'll on sale later on in the show and the whole face mosque. Pp tobacco it's it's reprehensible with the way that our government has acted. Yeah she using on. Denecker pestle starts reading honesty listeners. You really especially the money. Involves while if it's a couple of thousand maybe we'll take a chance of doing some whatever millions and millions of taxpayer money out young contracts with ninety us. You gotta understand that ruling down the legs. Yeah i get rid of upon debit or it's been done in the public eye and not many people know about it. I think now probably be a good time to talk about the new lockdown. That's going on. How it slightly different from previous lockdowns. Whether that's a good thing on the fact that even saying previous lockdowns that lockdown has become. A part of our vocabulary is is quite ridiculous. I read somewhere that it's the the collins or the oxford dictionary. Word of the year for this year is locked down which explains a lot. Certainly how did he. How did he designed like the most researching the website or is it just. The weather is certainly her mouth. No ops is the word in the english language which is like affected. Most people connects most people or something like that like trending. Yeah i think in two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen. Brexit was the word of the una thing is the if you had to sum up our year in one word. What would it be and not is definitely lockdown down for this year because we've spent most of our time in it is easy to really fucking depressed about in all that montigny or not saying she's Because is really really serious on the children and people On this mean we just how across the world is as our reactions. You stress down. We know belly do anything wrong. I think there's so much uncertainty in so much that we don't have control over whereas you lost year. I had control over quite a lot in my life. I could go and holiday if i wanted to. You know i'm not by any means rich or anything like that. But i had enough financial security. That i could maybe book a spontaneous trip down to london's visit my parents or spontaneous trip in europe and not affect me too much but now i even if i've got the money to do that. I'm literally banned by law from doing that. Because of this new lockdown pretty much but then even then is am i band. I might out to go on holiday. Where do i need to isolate from a which countries covert some how different it doesn't affect you in some way that means you don't have to isolate but some countries do have to isolate and it doesn't make sense. I don't really understand it. Can you offer some clarity jerry to me. And the listeners are no no icon. The way i'm looking at is holiday. I mean i could buy malkin's buddy. Good ideas know holiday. Probably not all for the day. Then you got ashley. Cowan given bauman. Dana hit long stressing. These hoods helped. Flip-flops flops. While i said the house frowns myself and you have to wear a mask wherever you go. It pretty much on the tree law to wear everywhere except the united states of america because donald trump is still the president over. He might be for longer. I i the way i monitored by the student which today using your lax about this coming soon book guy does. He doesn't wanna gary not until we absolutely want. And actually if you are some kind of expert. Us politics or us. Life in general. Or if you're american getting contact we'd love to talk to you about the us election. And just what the hell's going on that 'cause we don't really understand it. Yes i we. Yeah we don't wanna. I'd go into it too much on this episode. Just because we're british people doesn't really affect us that much at the same time. It bloody good news. The biden got it in. That was a tense few days. Yeah who'd for the a quite creepy cle- cognitively losing his mind little bit mind would be the one we tended. Yeah yeah biden by no means saint. He's by no means perfect if he was up against anybody else apart from trump i would be questioning him a lot more and maybe that something that we need to talk about and that is something that should be on our radar now. We need to be looking at things. With a bit more scrutiny. Now that he is actually the president and donald trump isn't a threat to that anymore. But yeah it's is mad the with that invested in that excited about an election like i don't remember getting this excited about obama getting elected in the same way other than the fact that he was the first black president which was monumentous bite as a white guy. And we've had white guys as the president for every single president apart from obama so this is significant in a whole different way because of the person that he was up against about the victory over him. It didn't really may be another fucking jar shades. He's really country bets up dancing. I'm sure we'll see danseuse. During granddad is just on his own not very happy aged tell you kamala harris who. She is forced to be record with what you mean by not under who she is. Yeah seem to be sexual. But she's a iraq snow because she's a woman and i'm saying who does not mean sexual josiah. There's a face. Gordon is that made section you hide. The i see the face. I mean she is a force to be reckoned with. She is well. Firstly she the first female person to hold office in the united states in the vice president or president. Joe row which is insane if biden steps down at any point in the next four years. She is operatives america's president which is again monumental she's also the first black and the first asian woman to be in that kind of office in america. This is monumental and it's kind of happened under the radar. I think we will stay focused on. How awful trump was and biden was was doing his thing. But actually if you watched the debate the camera harrison mike pence did other than the fly landing on. Mike pence's head for me to highlight was the way that camera responded to seven like a lot of the questions because it sounds like she's really taking things seriously and it sounds like she somebody that could potentially shake things up in a serious way saying that. I don't really know whether the vice president has any actual power. So you're in the john this conversation coach you. You're not you're not talking when it's will you will pass you all the i mean. Certainly in terms of as a figurehead. It's going to be powerful. And i think she could potentially do more for feminism than either of the female prime ministers the uk of had not really a hard thing to argue as he listens just gone treason We agree golden. We do a great job on that. I was having a chat with my housemates the other day we were talking about. I can't even remember what we were talking about. Like good people or something. And then harris goes oh yeah. It's kind of like that margaret theresa. She she was trying to talk about mother. Teresa hold my word and she somehow got mother theresa confused with margaret thatcher and theresa. May i know harris is a very special person now. she's fantastic. she's a little bit. Say she's wonderful. She lives with me. She's going to be a guest in an episode. Maybe next week maybe last week who knows but yeah that just made me laugh. So yeah to the k enough about my star. Ick covid experience right. Now it's kind of in that. Not only news. Yeah you will not win that. Hey i'm on a number. Maybe but yeah. You have a similar issue thing be not coded now well as ours. I know i don't have covid. And i've not had coburn however so i got a nice vacation that said self isolate for ten days. This up has detected that you have been in contact with someone who has corona virus. Please stay at home and self isolate to keep yourself and others safe. You are high risk of having spread the virus even if you do not have any symptoms if you're under eighteen you advice to share this message to trust it out you'll isolation countdown has started. A new should self isolate for the full period identified. Only get a test if you have corrosiveness bar symptoms for further advice please. Contact gives me the question of cool. Why operan navarre soon because even a limited amounts as needed to keep wishes and caught up on the if you didn't obscene since all you're gonna stop awesome you were vita nickel repeat for word info confined go out but you could bet you want to say The other thing that gets me is i've been told to self isolate. It told me to self isolate for ten days so it usually tells you south isolate for fourteen days. Clearly mike close contact happen four days before. I got that notification said. That's a whole lotta shit. Because i hadn't really been out much. Because although the national lockdown hadn't started yet the announcement had happened. So i'd been staying home anyway just to be on the safe side in work so i'm on those days so i i stayed at home. I went to white when one actually an interactive with the public other than that. I was just at home. Say i don't really know where my close contact came from. Because if it was four days earlier i was a home. O'day playing video games and putting like my housemates Desk together and stuff. So i definitely. I mean the only thing that i could have caught it from is potentially the guy from deliver ru who was delivering. Our wagon mummers long enough data. I think what if you slap building says if it's information that we haven't said before congratulations listeners. Eve now found out. I live in a house. He's a bit more upmarket than me. I live in pretty buji fat. Thank you very much. How do they determine does not war between you and this fashion. How does he know that he does. Listen you is next to someone else. Dispatching and you'll got some far from each other is not going to. Do you know what i mean. Yeah this is the thing. It's very strange the other thing that gets me about it. Is that in the official like advice about it. It says the. I need to self isolate for fourteen days after my close contact. It's told me when. I need to self isolate until however the people i live with. Don't need to self isolate. Unless i start developing symptoms but then it goes on in the thing it says you could be a matic and be spreading it so why. Why are the people that i live with if i may symptomatic and could potentially spread it to them why they not being told to self isolate. That doesn't make sense to me. Is you could get it to them because you you also give them. Yeah they could go and spread it Beat leauge depending on what. they're doing. Whatever so this is fully riviera's did you get medical by the way not found children's got nine phone calls from just test drake's Wishes which is brilliant especially when add code. Yeah i did not surpass kirpal. Because i was fox and i didn't want to votes answer the bed while in spite just one. The message. blasters different passionate contrary michigan believe in consumption candidate now inside all been tested yet system so in my voice you must be exhausted. I was not cherry pick. I counted like on my deathbed chicago was in a way. Just told i keep bringing this thing is would be some day out to text. Leads return everywhere. I went with fine. The problem with that was we moved into the house. So one day We went to a different shops. Dan which was cosco. And all these fucking blazes is responsible this with my phone speaker looking at reagan time. Did we just fox. And now's fine. Did it resolve the next three days. Either party to a free today and everyone. Yeah and i. I've got carpet. I'm in the luethi i'm on your system anyway. Can you put notes because yes coon. Strongest fucking. Some fog off. I ask in my voice i was. I was getting these calls as well. Yeah yes she didn't get as many pretty free fall but she england free for Whereas i did it once annette second time the tribes maybe not doing this set up to new systems. Share you. fuck off on south I deal very well. I just said Jewelry co. coded voting. Leaving your align tech mineral. This shit i wanna see delete. Yeah i honestly did. Yeah i mean was it the it was detecting that you and leo were coming into contact with each other. Is that why you kept getting the coast. 'cause i read a story about this woman. Who most of her family got. I think her and had six children or something got covid. And they were getting hundreds of cho's every day because the app was detecting that they wrote include comes out with each other because they live together. I'm roussell lighting together. Because i had a time what it was to go these devices. Keep going we should. Maybe they live together. Yeah maybe just fucking as we said we got about about this. But i'm sure that properly and all of that field. Let's not young not too but anyway we'll get your ostlund Trace on it just got very little bit young maybe we should add to trick a warning to the this episode. We talk about the nhl chest and trade system that is triggering va. He's missing. The app has some use for fuck me. Yeah does Yeah the fact that. I can't get a test from the nhs though they're telling me that i might have. It is not great. 'cause i suffer from mild anxiety being told. You've probably got this disease but we're not going to let you get a test to see whether you've got this. Disease is not that great a feeling. I just want to know whether i've got it. I'm pretty sure. I don't but the fact that i might is just in the back of my head so it'd be nice to have that confirmation but then i guess we never really whether we've got to honor because you take tests takes couple of days visa get result by then you could have started showing symptoms doesn't tell you whether you've got to immediately it takes a while to just stay in stuff like that so nice but other than that. I think we will obviously be in this new lockdown. This look look look attender. While i was gonna tell you going this. Lock all so lockdown two point. Oh lockdown see point. I saw few weeks. Now is very different from lock point. Look what he's saying. Love point can make the difference lockdown. Jerry this one. It doesn't seem quite as novelties. Definitely worn off. There's no tiger king for this one. Yeah but that doesn't mean that we're not able to be productive and get stuff done. I've tried to use this time to invest in myself. I've done a law washing. I've rearranged my entire bedroom so make it look cool just a little bit. I fail nicer but more of a positive atmosphere in the room. We started dating. We've only done it once. I i say we. We started doing morning yogurts. When we feel like it morning iago. I guess But as a flat so the three of us we get out of our yoga mats out and we do some yoga together which is really nice. Great great way to start the day but my biggest i guess a- adventure i venture is not the right word. My biggest ordeal. This lockdown has been with the united postal service or ups as they by. I don't know about store. I think so. It happened yesterday in today. So the united states postal service ups company the deliver packages for people across the world. They're quite a world renowned company. That very famous yet. Donald trump's a big fan of the me. Tokyo brown done demonise also sometimes wait brown robe. You'd think but recently. I don't think that they've been getting. Ups workers to deliver you. Yes packages they'd been kind of contracting out of subcontractors and these subcontractors don't know how to do the job i well i mean there. There's there's two parts to this story the first part is to do with. Ups drive in not being able to do that. Job the second part is to do with. Ups not being able to deal with complaints a question before we did. Yeah we all you order. Is it interesting was just is not by interest. Because i don't keep gordon. I'll tell you what i ordered so i ordered Twenty meters of microphone cable. I ordered to treat a woman ride. Oh yeah i ordered ten microphone connectors five male five female say that i can make some of my own microphone cables up and i say ordered a power conditioning unit thing the basically do you know what catalina joe or naive cable. I'm going to get one. And i'll show you post a picture in the show notes as well for the listeners. Know that anyone wanted to see this but now you know what. It is should advocate in Likely a cottage gosh. Ubs say yes. Are you saying you have seen so colloquially commonly known as a keto lead because this what they used to plug into the backs of guy tau caros and that is pretty much the standard connector for the majority of like equipment. Yeah computers monitors speakers. I studio equipment all kinds of stuff. And i've got like a home studio the record edit the put cost in. I've got like bits and pieces of equipment that i've collected over the years and the majority of has keto lead on the back of it. So what i decided to do was rather than having all these power connector going so massive power strips and stuff like that just got this one rack unit thing that got a load of sockets on the back can plug castle lead enzi and it basically means rather than having eight different wires. I've got everything running into one unit and then the power going from the say means that the powers a little bit more efficiently run and things sound a little bit better because there's not lots of power cables running alongside audio cables for anyone. Who looks did not. Yeah what did that lays. Yeah so. I ordered a bunch of stuff to do some cable management. And we'd locked in because you've got you had yesterday and today off work so we'd locked in that we do bunch of podcast recording. In that time my delivery was supposed to arrive yesterday. So i kind of in my head set out my plan as soon as that every arrives. Okay everything sets up because it required me to essentially take all of my everything out and then plummet back in so that it will need untied instaflex that so it was quite a big job but it meant taking all of my recordings. That's up out of commission for couple of hours. What i- reconfigured day before yesterday and it in all day for this package. I made sure the doorbell was on loud. I let me in paris in oda yesterday. So i let her know. If you hear the doorbell go off. Can you get it. Because that would be my. Eps order i'd also locked into ups. Online and years ago had signed up to the gps. My choice package. Which gives you access to you can get delivery notifications and stuff like that. I check all of that was working. I check that. I had it set so that it drops off the package outside the front regardless of whether there's a signature needed i gave my consent so if i lose my package that's fine so i thought i'd done everything possible which meant that. I would get my order that day about five thirty. It's a said that it would be with me by seven o'clock. So i log in to see an update on where my arteries and i say notification saying delivery attempted or something like that we weren't able to get in so we're going to try again tomorrow. I was absolutely human. I looked at the time stamps. They said that they'd been there about fifteen forty or something like that. I been sat on my balcony at fifteen forty. I can hear the doorbell from the balcony. But i can also see how came up. I was you know when you're waiting for a package anytime you hey revived or a car or something like that. You raise precautions. And you run while i do anyway. I'm not kidding. I yeah i need this package and delivery drivers in the torius for getting lost and stuff like that so you wanna make sure that you can be as helpful as possible. Yeah i didn't hear anything. So i cooled the ups complaints line. And i said. I'm disappointed whereas my package. What's going on i. I actually looked on the thing and it told me if i wanted to see anymore. Updates on my package. I'd have to enter the info notice which was like a number on the slip that they posted through my letterbox. I went down to me box. Then not even posted a slip so dogo. I hadn't been contacted even though my contact details are supposed to be on the eps my choice thing and the they've been no delivery notice or anything like that. So i caught up made a complaint. The woman was absolutely useless. She basically just tried to get me off the phone as soon as possible. I said yeah. I've got this. Gps my choice account. And that's not what she was like. We've got ups. My choice accounts all set. We're not you now so now go to ups. My choice accounts both registered to the same address. I still didn't get any notifications about the order and the delivery. Today's said that part wasn't working. And they like. She said that they basically had used a subcontractor to deliver my parcel. And the times that he'd said they been delivered one even the times that they've been delivered say the whole systems anyway. My package arrived today. The guy had like she said that she put my phone number on. The order. said they'd cool me up and she said this is an urgent package so they would make sure it got delivered so cool from the guy saying that he was outside and he was not wearing a. Gps uniform that was it was like a generic white van with like sulfur. Advan higher whatever is on the side of it and nothing that i could see in the window as to what the order was. I got the package and the box was fucking. 'but luckily everything was down but may i am not happy with the ups. I will be avoiding them. All costs from now on is absolutely awful. I'm sorry rapid on for about fifty minutes. No a similar insurance. We all did I've wanted to do not resemble insurrection on air to the wall. But stresses you out because no one will help you. This happened and this is if you just went balloon so what will do none holidays. Especially christmas service does may get audit. She make a great thing that sometimes you're dealing of different things from be process not hot today. My son is speaking language. And it's thing that annoys me is the fact the firstly they using a subcontractor to deliver the parcels. But the subcontract to isn't like isn't clearly on the same system as ups so to me that makes me worried of the if the company that i ordered my products from a easing ups because of that security and all of that kind of stuff that an passing it onto an unknown company that package. The box was raped. I don't know what was going on there. I don't know what happened to my package. And is the frustrating thing where you've ordered something from a company and they ship it through this completely separate company. The don't seem to have any kind of working like like. I'm pretty sure that the person that ice boats to make my complaint was not working for ups uk they were working for ups global. So it wasn't the they understood what was going on it was they basically would just reading off of a script trying to get me off the phone as soon as possible and press wherever buttons of my package to deliver again even though it automatically does that anyway. I don't really think that they did much on the phone condition. Yeah you can leave star. Oh yeah and this is good Issued anonymous delivered either ten times more freedoms in house. Yeah and i hope that these faults hamas a web father took she empties company that closely followed by ups. Or i did you get to you. Knowledge communication just tied up with some down pretty good. Yep had the rover obama's unit is not as good as little brother around long skated as on it. But what i want to know and this is completely off topic but i'm so royal an amazon. Have no trouble finding my flat ato anytime. i have a delivery. It gets delivered that it's never the same driver is they've got thousands of drivers around so much but you know amazon. They go thousands of drivers. I'm pretty sure. I've never had the same amazon driver two times in a row and yet every other delivery service whether it be a whether it be delivery will just eat cannot seem to find my flat what tools to amazon and royal mail have the places like deliver and stuff just don't have access because it is common sense to any with but a lot of people seem to deletes old. They're using a bit. Oh maybe everybody vacillation. Now i wasn't with the midnight getting carries choice singer of that waiting. The lockdowns populated manchester stinky. Was monday last saturday. She took place a couple of visuals that we hold it. Sound branded of these are did you see this or don't think i did know it was a gathering in manchester was attended by bowel twelve hundred people in social. That was just unsee lockdown anti santino power okay. Maybe onto vaccine now so upon vaccines. Well yeah is this the thing the kind of like what. Jeremy corbyn brothers been in intake. I've seen a lot of about him like antilock. Gum protests in london and stuff just similar thing again in any sheets as you lost your job or whatever faulk as just maybe if you play by the rules we will be a bit barrels. Little bear k. Someone who's going. I can take law guests to wear from is probably one of those people the keys fridays. 'cause you simply denial and you. This is not a tribal thing just needs today. This should be notifying thinking faulk fox no-one's excluded fullness you can all how last will do outfits is is like some people think the government have invented coded as a way of controlling us or something and it's like do you really think the i mean the government of done a lot of bad share and then by no means perfect in many ways but do you think they would. Willingly put the country in this much debt. If covid was ally do you think that they would have this. Massive job support scheme and the furlough scheme and all of this yet. This is a conservative government that we've got. They got other stuff that they would probably want to be focusing on like that brexit thing. That was thing if he is a guy that we've not really heard much about since that was a jerk by the way but you think is the people think it stuck it within inch they do not give out some fucker he works. I don't want to say a combat zone offended like volunteers food on the table for facebook. Fact checker shit on banks. Her twitter at least is a bit. We've seen incident. Communists hawks sick people. Facebook you see it shifts and you share it cheryl you do wit host and all your the one people come on shades is discussing. This is why i. I hate social media. I deleted my facebook about a year ago now. And i only got it back at the start of lockdown just because it was that wide stage well i just wanted to check the everyone was okay and i use it to connect with family and stuff nannu reason not still have it now is because we've created the podcast page and i'm kind of paranoid that if i delete my facebook i'll accidentally delete the page but abedi use a really dry. I talked to a couple of people on facebook messenger. That's about it so know. I'll i'm moaning about it. Say read the day now on the website. Us look convinced you now sheets. Universal is entertaining. It really is. Yeah but please don't read the daily mail website. Don't give docker wherever. Boston is running it now. The money for your clicks just naive if you want to read something trashy an entertaining or this on the same level as the daily mail than sent me a message and i'll write some shit fees arrayed because short will be more interesting than we'll ever comes out the data amount i'm sorry gratin if you're listening But the daily mail is a load of shit reviews. Type this is gonna sound by leach. What's up twitches probably. That's the news law chopper. Newspapers are deny greg. This is getting into another topic. But as a definite thing of echo chamber 'isms asia media. Yes noticed you go on twitter. New look at the daily mail feed. Then you still gonna get the same bio that you get on the daily my website but absolutely if you find a use social media platform and find a diverse spectrum of voices like i sometimes go on donald trump's twitter not to laugh at him to understand what he saying. Because if you don't understand what the people that you're trying to fight against a saying if you don't understand what's going on in that wowed then you never going to be outta communicate on a level with. Somebody believes that yet. Sorry i think it's it's so important to get a very Understanding of the news. Don't just look at one newspaper looker. A bunch of them the mindedness different thing different viewpoints wherever the agreement on all i may change your mind days every now and again i feel like people do not do that law because those people even protests and i know where i'm waiting around not gonna penza properties lyle by good politician but yet maybe there's idiots who was as covets yet those kurdish videos during the fucking govern. The problem is not as comeback from not. You will not one of those people view like a fucking idiot. If he didn't go ashley general. Just swim reclose me. Because i didn't take it seriously. Ac had so much about my own mice but it does not. I've seen a number of from gpo. Why'd i say. I didn't believe kobe was a thing. And then i got an. I ready regretted all your other ones. Why you see like stories of people dying off to posting videos at like anti lock down and stuff like that. And don't get me wrong it's heartbreaking. it's horrible. I'm not saying that these people deserve to die or anything like that but at the same time when you see these navigations kind of like well. What did you expect. Yes if if you're going to spout by if you're going to say oh yeah. This is a load of bullshit. You tempting fate come. I don't believe in supernatural powers. Ready that much anymore. But i still wouldn't be like oh your gut bokov it can exist. I think but engines a good analogy. This i've actually got sick religion. Would i'm not gonna do is stop from testing outside this. You will keep. I'm gonna do. I'm going to respect it what it is. Get shades i your. Is it the modern deception that you need to the outrage. Econ just go. You know all this shape. Let's get on with it. Do a fucking party tasks let's get again. Yeah i'm not. This is very frustrating. But don't wanna see now. Yeah now. I get that but moving forwards obviously a wherein the second lockdown. This isn't something that's gonna go away anytime soon. Is there anything the as we're coming into the winter months. Is there anything that you to be doing in particular. Try and stay sane while maybe not being able to see the people that you won't see during the woking day every single day kind of claim my gal because we lucky from itemise well. So i needed a way just to get away from the room in my opinion and relaxed up onto guest. It'll just will king just walking in our day on notice a few fits. I'm looking at a truck. Trucking in the morning general aubrey's found a nine doing probably smoking whereabouts canal ride in my house. i'm kind of twigs kind of my way down it. Yeah i'm not exploring where i live around me as really odd about manse is good. It's really good. Yeah i loved during the first lock down with running and just getting tonight. My local area like a not long moved to this area. I'd been running a little bit. When i first moved here and then i an injury so when i was run for a bit. So when lockdown happen. I was discovering kinds of places grant and it feels really good when you go down a slightly new room and then it connects up and you're like oh my god so this place and this and this place. Oh my gosh is great. Do not exist really Is engaging great analogy. I cannot Really kamal fence. I've been down is about forty minutes and then at tab minutes to knock Out when it gets the countryside yet immensely. I think and also get fit anyway from that. So that's longer today. Maybe we should have a aluminum podcast meeting if we can find because i live quite as the canal. You'd have quite the canal. Don't know whether the same canal de but i'm pretty sure you must be out to get to like they must linked up at some point. We should try and do like a cost me saying why we walked down the canal or like facetime or something and then we just may. I do elbow bump and then go back out separate ways full. Nine months ago me walking down a canal was the highlight of my day morally at least highlight the most kindest engaging they're doing all day but that's not they're not be hard to kinda low. Expectations is gonna really shit. Yeah yesterday about christians criminal that kind of stuff and maybe not sure some big spend with family but actually expectations all the way down. It's a very humbling experience. I think maybe it as needed in a way just connoisseur Human live is a major time and full of regions in some time situation dictates heating. Yeah and actually. Life is way more precious than we give it credit full. We put so much value on things on the the hustle and bustle of day to day. Life going to the shopping centers. Going out meeting people to all of this extra stuff that actually we've realized in this last year that we don't really need life can go on. Home is fine without all of the shops being without or a. Yeah and obviously. We need an economy. We need to have money moving around and all of that kind of stuff but for me is really solidified. The fact that I think i've talked about on the cost before but can classically if you think about the economy as being this thing that supports people people live on the planet says you got the planet people and the economy and for a long time. I think the economy has been the most important thing we've been trying to hold this institution together because we think the economy's good than people be happier if people are happy and prospering and the planet will be okay. What this lockdown and what this viruses showed me. And i think showing a lot of us is the actually. The planet is vastly. It's the only planet we've got but secondly we need to be looking after it needs to be respecting it because if the planet is in a good state then the people will not be in a good state and if the people on in a good state and the economy's fucked anyway. And i and i'm not saying this is a conspiracy theory or anything like that but i think in many ways this virus is nature saying though. Whoa whoa whoa. Slow down there. Hold your horses. Humanity is not the be all and end. All of everything is well. We're just one species and this virus has basically brought the world to its knees because we've been living a lifestyle that is not sustainable and climate change supporters and your advocates. Have been telling us this for years. And it's taken a virus. I actually start to admit it. And there's no people that are denying and thinking we're going to go back to normal. But i am pretty certain that the normal that we knew six eight twelve months ago is never going to be go is gone wherein a podcast cooed. We're in a limited space that we've been in since basically this time last year when the virus first started last december in many ways. But it's is something that we we're not going to be out of go back to life was and that's uncomfortable but the sooner we realize and recognize that and sought to build a future. Then i think we'll be out a come out of this in a more positive way and i think people do not there's an equal that do not mentally. Yeah wave at place then. Voila pounding Tall so economy gun. It's real involved in case is hard not to go into next spirals and keep looking into news looking at social media. Sometimes just hot today away. Yeah i know he talked about. Search you east. So could viewpoint immensely came using the entertainment on crafted it because you conquest did whatever you wanted to be is. An incredible thing is about having a good relationship with a if social media is affecting your mood and bringing you down then stop using it is. It is social. Media is only effective if it brings us together connects us in a positive way but unfortunately all too often we get suckered down into the negative into the destructive into the stuff that rouses up because conflict is way more engaging than piece when it comes to looking at content. And so it's it's so hard to not get suckered into that bar if you can and then you can have a good healthy relationship with social media but yeah i think this lockdown for me certainly is affected my mental health. I'd say in a different way. I think in the first lock down. I felt very isolated and alone. But i was really connected through my phone. Things like house policy. We will fix every of the night. There was a lot going on. Whereas now i think that all of that kind of stuff is the novelties worn off and the reality is kind of setting in a bit more and so although i'm in a much better place mentally in terms of my living situation people. I'm around a a lot better for me. My mental health. I'd say is probably been hit harder by this second lockdown. Maybe because i've been forced to isolate. I can't even go out for a walk. Run at the moment. That's really affected me in a way that i didn't think it would. I've been telling myself there. I i need to go for rodman. Means oh i'll go tomorrow. Go tomorrow goes tomorrow for months and radi four out of the habit of running now every single. Waking moment of the day. I'd give anything to go out for a yes. Jump back think to recognize as that. This is a collective mineral space unlike. Those kind of faces were told Guests the last however many months this one you will not force do that much of his change. Developmental grazing can chroma being these situations. And how you deal with. It is ultimately your responsibility. Yeah i i'd say yeah is ultimately your choice. It's your responsibility on how you deal with this. But at the same time. I i'd say that there's no a blueprint for how to deal with the pandemic. Certainly not that we've got at the moment as no right or wrong way to feel like the other day. I had an absolutely awful day. I felt awful. I was in a rubbish mood. And i just needed to fail awful for a day. That wasn't anything that anyone could do to make me feel better dying and i think that is important to know that it's okay to have days like the is okay to feel powerless to feel like you can't do anything. And we only have one life. We need to kind of take it by the horns and liver but at the same time we need to be doing. What's right for us in that moment. And if it's taking life by the horns if that's a phrase or not. But i'm going to claim it if is whether it's taking by the horns and just ready going with it or whether it's just taking a day in a not doing anything if you need to do that do it like your mental health is the most important thing right now. You need to look after yourself before you can be anything for anyone else. And i think certainly the days i'm in a raid bad mood and ready bad way. I could use those times to try and get some cost walked on instead of ready made myself. But that's been many recordings that we've done where we've not been in a great head space and we've not released as episodes because their shit so i think just don't force yourself to do anything because you feel like our needs to be more productive. I need to get this done light. There's there's no expectation it's just use the opportunity in however way you want. But i don't want anyone to feel like we're saying that there's a pressure to achieve x y. You're saying but i just dancer rate that there's pressure what i'm of saying is opportunities in and do whatever you want. I mean i did a lot today. I killed many zombies on black ups. For and i'd say that was a really productive day to be honest. I no actually i. I never radio understood why people loved gaming like cool of juicy and all of that say much whenever i tried to play. I'd ready get past the figuring out the controls stage but today may honestly. I've had some fucking brutal. I mean i'm a face. I'm paying casual mode. I'm not really that good. Most the time means we playing. She's going around shooting everything waiting for me to respond. Because i've died again for the fiftieth time matt round but even still is a lot of fun kids on pace with a sub machine automatic rifle gun thing is great how we end barry go. I'm going to go kill some ozone bays and machine rifle. Yeah so that was Chat joe that was pre interesting conversation. We had anything yet. Curve idiots covert itself yet incredible. Ups story never have. I learned so much that. I probably didn't want to know but as the more you explain i did want a for on. Ups then may let me tell you about a talking experience that i had the other day. Another package the. I'd order this time. I thought i'm going to be sensible. I'm gonna order it to ups access point. Which is you know the amazon equivalent. But it's like news agents or corner shops or something like that. So i ordered it. Wait a couple of weeks of my delivery. Got the message. Saying you're older is going to be delivered. Today will be delivered by twelve pm noon and at this ups performance. I think fantastic can pick up on my way home from work. While i'm at work just getting ready to leave i check. Your order was not able to be delivered because the drop off point was closed. I look at the time it was tried to be delivered eight. Nineteen i look on the map. My phone is says that this job has been opened since seven thirty in the morning. So i'm like that's bullshit. I then dougal the shop. Google maps comes up and says that the shop is permanently closed. So i'm like what the fuck is going on here this. Gps access point is closed. and whereas my order. What's going on. I'm really stressing out by this point. Ninety because i really wanted my oda but say because it just ruined the plans of day to go and pick it up so anyway i call up ups. I complain about what had happened and said you know the places closed. What's going on and they said. Oh yeah we're gonna look into a bit of angry tweet to ups or seen him. Yeah you yeah. Okay at golden whole uk name is yeah. That's that's my willing killing the tweets. Actually they're very aggressive. The nova place in twitter la My hope of deleting them and forgetting about them is gone then but i Cou from the driver and he says to me you package gonna try and deliver it to the access point again. I said may the access points closed. Newsletter is open. it's open of just been. There is fine. So i go to. The place. turns out that it's just changed names so it's still a chop that's open but google map says that it's closed because the ownership or something like that which is just ridiculous thing that they'd update google maps. Anyway go into the shop to collect my order. I say yeah. I've got a ups package to pick up and the guy just kind of guess just to his right and i look to the right of the counter and there's just a pile of packages and i have to go through all of these packages find my. Yeah i then take my package to the counselor. He asked to see my. I d i bury mind. I was asked to bring photo. Id i always bring my photo. Id but the photos. I have on my photo. Id is very embarrassing. It was taken about twelve years ago. A dirt bid of short hair. Spotty teenage gordon. Not nice to look at so. I don't show that where i can. So i got my bank card out and i showed that to him. Barry minded bankcard was out of date and realize until just that. So i have my bank card and the guy badly looks at it and like i walk out with that i could have picked up any fucking postle from not shop or i could have gone in one morning how to route around the packages. Find something that looks expensive. Go get a fake. Id printed out without name on it and pick it. Up is absolutely ridiculous. I i'm in chalk. Sorry printed on for five minutes about you. Got me died on ups eaten. I just mentioned my listeners. And you've got another one. And i'm sure there will just keep coming because gordon will never learn. He would just deliver in delivering deliver right. It's not my phone okay. I ordered from places. They the ones that choose ups. I don't have any control over this k. If i could choose not to order anything from eps again believe me. I would have an awful company. They deserve to die. Every single person that works that i hate the but unfortunately have to use. I have an idea for poll. We we're gonna put. What do you think the west still re company is. 'cause i although of had your stories and i feel your pain i still think hermes whatever the fuck they call themselves. David cat the not bad. They didn't even care that it market. I think that western ups. We'll pull out to see whether the numbers lie. I don't think i'm going to be on that list as set in the consistent but anyway enough delivery child all about eve. 'isolation are you free. Yes you frantic own at least go and do that okay. Yeah absolutely yeah. I'm back out of the house. And oh my god. Can i just say the. The first lockdown was pretty bad but this second one. I think because i could not physically leave the house. I was literally stuck by myself every single day. I i felt so trapped. My mental health took a severe plummet. The now about a week and a half of it. I'm starting fill myself again. Even then it's it's horrible just being trapped inside the house you don't realize how much value even something as simple as going to the shop so i went to sainsbury's earlier to get birthday president from a friend. Nika happy birthday. Nica she turned. Twenty five on the weekend is the correct answer. May i know. I went to get her a present. Classy make present from sainsbury's. It was great. Did you feel like a bit mammalian. I went to ask her after. Actually been really fucking ale in in wanting to the house for quite a while i felt like a weight alien will be my gone. I was like already people people around. Wow it was weird. Getting used to wearing masks not wearing two weeks. Suddenly having your own face pushing my bed was was a bit strange. But i'm free now. I'm able to go out of the house exercise by myself or with people that i live with but still a freedom that i didn't have couple of weeks ago. Yeah i feel great now. I'm out of isolation it's really good. Yeah and i think you can tell style difference in your general tone. Competitor that chat we had when you kind of in the middle of it which leads onto it was it was nice to just do a little jew thing is great is sold stories are Interviewing great guest. And we've got levees lined up is nice to kind of sit down and have a reflection piece ams. We might have a call from all these in the works if you like that kind of style definitely appreciate the feedback droplets and email. Hello at limina. Podcasts dot com. And we'd love to hear from you or messages on twitter messages on. Instagram drop was a comment on facebook. Thing you can even facebook messenger us potentially pages now say yeah getting comes out with us. We'd love to hear from you and if you're somebody that's been through limited space in your own life if you've been through a massive change the rug has been pulled from under your fee. We'd love to hear from you as well. And maybe get you on the show to jefferson. Email guests that limited cost dot com or hits us up on the social media's because we'd love to hear from you and maybe share your story with the wealth which these is on nicer next week we do have guest yes we do is actually my roommate paris otherwise known as monroe if you want to know more about her just go check her out. I am monroe. That's i a m m n are on all of the social media's. She's a fantastic singer. She's ready funny. Ready down to earth and makes me all the time which is lovely. There's also a stream the game is out there. She streams yet that streamer not streaker just at any confusion now and jays accent is quite a thick at the moment is been spending a lot of time talking to his family. So he's got a bear with twang this coming this coming back but all that's left for me to say is it's been a fantastic time chatting to all of you for the last hour or say goodbye for me angle by for me. Grandpa thank you so much to haley. Be incredible logos to harry for the beautiful music that we can hear underneath my sit tones and two layer for all of the incredible social media. What that she does make stacks of the pool. Goes to you the listener. Thanks for listening. If you like what you hear. Drissa writing jefferson review. Get in contact on social media at the limit apart.

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November 1st 2019

Talking Tesla

09:32 min | 1 year ago

November 1st 2019

"Served thirty first and it was all of the Halloween and the kids and the candy and the Good Times now ladies and him was because we've got to let remember who it was from but I said the the big lunch it's so start off with a all you environmental idiots don't understand something let you're all into your electric cars and you got your Tesla showed and what you don't know what I need to explain to you because it takes more energy to produce an electric than it does to produce an ice sort of summarize it and say this is absolute horse poopie pants who are associated with the fossil fuel industry or who are manufacturing. I won't go into all of sort of the the numbers because you get listening but it goes something like this yes that that battery production in the mining and the stuff that goes in that that's a lot of material in that together means that in general here Electrica has a bit more co two overhead take thirty percent more so then what happens is you go out and now you drive the car so what these people who say that there are there is car is just as clean as the navy possible and then over the lifetime of that cow there's not much different it's actually America if that happens to be a super duper efficient coca least possibly clean fuel and you can come out with him not being two different and that's the Oscar but then if you look at the energy mix in most places over renewable energy it becomes way way way better way cleaner of the in for example and average European you produce about two hundred and fifty grams that's for the average European count for the most efficient European carrots less than that it's under two hundred certainly cleaner than the average European it's only when you look at the most or no way for example your total emissions is a quarter of that of the average urging the vast majority of time you're charging from the electrons that you created then your lifetime so much more cleaner than I guess carrots ridiculous it's ridiculous and illness said this in the past if you add to that what's happening with manufacturing and this is happening in Canada and it's happening that's like gigafactory using increasingly and soon we hope soon one the fuel you put in it is going to have a significant area too so it's just not a competition is lots of bad things that occurred there and you have to throw it away after a hundred thousand miles well that's also not the veterans again to lost five hundred thousand miles the newest ones are probably gonNA lost a million miles so end the dirtiest cold flood power plant you might WanNa think about is it really clean then it just becomes sort of goes from being silly statement to being actually have to be a little bit. Geeky here to near break this down you so you're saying you'll Ford true it's not true and in fact it's sort of borders on the ridiculous when you look at base there is no global warming anyway so what are you are and for those people. I don't know what to tell you now there's this saying about the euro is is at least as clean as the Electrica Lubbock and become a patron the patrons are getting ever increasing content and Oh that the amount of CO two produced make solar panel is more than the solar panel will reduce the payback is somewhere around six months to two years for the total co two produced.

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S12E22  Shadow of the Beast

Ubuntu Podcast

33:17 min | 1 year ago

S12E22 Shadow of the Beast

"Matej. I think the GP win to is in your wheelhouse mark a it's one of these videos of people playing tomb raider and stuff like that on it yeah and unsurprisingly cs go works quite well in the hundreds of frames like brief style keyboard quality keyboard but then above that it has an xbox three sixty controller integrated into it so this shows up together again popey alot and wimpy hello that's an illustrious introduction I've never been introduced as popey on this show got a micro SD card as well as an SSD and the idea is that you put all of your Retro Gaming titles reconcile it can play popular titles I'm not quite sure what the cutoff is you know where you have to really draw back the ultra mobile form factor devices from GP D. R. K. But this one is specifically developed for gaming so it has the sort of being as the mouse pointer oh you can flip over into control the mode and therefore all of the keys bind to what you'd expect and around the the triggers that both the trigger then you've got the analog sticks and then you've got the regular deep pattern the and the full buttons and then it's also foxwood and robots bills have some command line and will go pay your feedback and joining me this week the Motley crue through the to the US as an xbox three sixty control and also cunningly has a switch to toggle its behavior between one of the analog sticks operate blended for that but it is not gonNA play your latest Three d ultra realistic driving simulators I imagine well I haven't tried yet but I have seen the backs of you imagine a small laptop if you imagine at the back of that where the hinge of the screen meets the back of the laptop round the back there you've got the I don't think you have I'm sure you have someone needs to go back and listen to the last twelve seasons and find out if anyone ever ensuring popey somebody will buy yes and we're delighted to welcome to the show this week Sarah Townsend Hello Sarah Hi now Sarah I know you from Science Oxford what do you do that exactly we'll use specific you know from the creative competing the performance the performance but the resolution of the graphics is producing but there are people playing sophisticated games with for sure right well let's go the rest of the show N- club which is an Saturday club I run once a month for nine to twelve year olds and I also do workshops in schools mostly during I have been making into multi nineteen four for the GP win to what is GP win two if do last night you can email popey popey dot com Martin you've been around for a while what have you been of weird is wrong word interesting event so we try and bring science and technology into things you would expect it shops because they often have done at primary school although have such different range of abilities and scratch you don't assigned to food workshop those am CSI event running that Scott some forensic stuff loads of really interesting stuff going on L. says that we focus on science but we do science technology engineering and mats and everything kind of around that we sort of run they haven't always done any programming before but they quite often have so it can be a bit challenging tests of set the set the level so we try and encourage people to oh it's quite hard to keep a theme going into keep a workshop going with scratch so I tend to do python workshops usually pie mike can drop style programming language is really easy to get started with so some kids will just go completely wild with their immediately a little need a lot more help Do you have to do teacher training in order to do these classes I don't because I don't work in a school so workshops I do occasional adult cost teacher see PD. I run family workshops have some real range of different things but my focus is on what a time to be alive that you can say they already know scratch like from school like I I remember us talking about this kind of thing five six years ago Sonja Mission of Science Oxford like introducing programming no that's my specific part but we're a stem charity so we the the kids who come to my clubs ought star about nine I sometimes get some eight year olds parrot sometimes try to sneak in seven-year-olds it's not too bad up to twelve you come to the earliest workshop in the day if they're beginners and to come later if they have done lots before but I I don't like running scratch were to have done at school or went too much of so it's just to give them something different so they're not just having another lesson they're coming to do something interactive and interesting and fun introducing people to programming so introducing beginners and trying to make exciting and accessible and not as scary as it was when I first let go a lot more than I did when I started teaching it but the still loads to learn and I feel like because I'm learning it as well it's a little bit easier to get some of the more complicated points across balch such a and Buckinghamshire so what can you sit you met through the creative computing club which teaches programming to kids what what sort of and we will lamenting the fact that the in schools they don't get any kind of coding you know of any kind and now you're telling me oh well they already within programmers it's just to get them trying something new and even if they don't understand everything they've done they'll understand some of it and if they come back month-on-month that stuff is what I have to teach them something that's brilliant surely it is amazing I didn't Lentil University and so I'm I still call myself a beginner I've it's not necessarily teaching them a new a new functional or something it's so my last club was about puzzle boxes Jason with a BBC micro bit partly because the kids find it harder so easy to keep them off of the same level also because it's something they're unlikely no I'm not trying to sort of yeah specifically teach them anything in particular that makes sense and can the kids dip in and out of this is the make this box give the correct answer based on their code so they could challenge each other or we'll get them programming robots two zero around the room so even if the each range of the kids where where'd you get them started or they already this twenty nineteen already they already know scratch and stuff like that programming each week is very similar it's got a new spin and it's something interesting and it sort of is there is quite a leap from we've been coming for at least a year and a half now so there are a lot more advanced than they were and they started but because I do the same sort of programming every month the is visually represented differently is there quite a jump for the kids to go from VAT to actually typing words in a text editor yeah definitely yeah so yeah it's pretty cool actually I've been using using it to play some Nineteen eight thousand nine hundred ninety s coin up game apps us if you like on the on the what they called St Cart but on the Deka but said too many sds there they understand a lot more by the time they leave and it's just getting them to see that it's not so hard you can't do really interesting things with just a bit of practice of imagination scape brim so it was really about and and your statements but they had this little box and they were coming up with a riddle and trying to it back to scratch wherever possible I can't always be sometimes it just confuses things more than you'd like but where possible I try and relate it to something that I've done before thinking about the logic of it instead and saying it doesn't matter this happens all the time just stay calm and read through you mentioned it's a complicated one I'd because I don't I wouldn't call myself a teacher and sort of the aim of my sessions is not necessarily to have the kids leaving the session being amazing people to Mouse so especially some of the younger ones they often really struggle with typing I mean it's not universal some of them will come in and they'll already know everything really I think part of it is because they don't use to using computers anymore a lot of schools only have tablets and homeland or often have tablets so they're not used to using the month is a completely different topic because I usually use the microbe microbe if the same families come a couple of I'm trying to do with them for others they it takes quite a long time to type in a sentence but the logic behind it I do try and lot of built in functions modules I don't know how you I in the python module too so you can so again I'm trying to help them not get frustrated by the errors they get when they put a capital letter in the wrong place and just sort of hyphen when I was first learning to code ever since I've pretty much only micro python so the sort of level that I'm working is very very similar but I'm sure there are probably like a syllabus so do they go along for a school time and they can stitch those together or is it all free for each time it's free form each time the runs on a small computer and that is a very good question I probably can't answer because I don't very good programming in regular python and I mean I learnt regular like the scratch which is you said his dragon dropping I mean it is it is programming because there are two parts of a programming language in the just say if it's upside down make it do something or if it's in freefall Mak- do something so that's quite hard to stop kids from using sometimes so it's really really a lot of as well as the screen on the front it's got two buttons so it's got to input automatically it's got an accelerometer upside down and shake it the best one don't micro python and the micro bit is that is that starkly different from Pythagoras the rest of us would know or is it just went into designing the micro module for Micro Python to make it really easy to quickly get things happening it's got a compass Scott a temp robots or you can get the kids sending secret messages across the room and having to decode them quite a rich Palette of functionality yeah definitely so differences I wouldn't be able to tell you but it's it runs on the microbe and Yes oh it's definitely quite stripped down one and having to jump through lots of hoops to get something actually timing things the way I want your time on the on the microbe is a bit of an interesting concept around it has a built radio chip so the by Quebec's consent messages between between each other so you can either use them as controllers what your sensor on the chip needs of the compass all the temperatures which are found a particularly reliable but they're quite nice for giving them something to have the loads I like to compare it to an dino but a lot lot easier to use it's got loads of extra stuff already built in so microbe it's like a super tiny size of matchbox with a five by five grid of led's on and at edge connector on the bottom what can you do servicable for as well you don't have the whole library of modules that you can download and Bungoma Yeah I struggled with the time module before trying to find something to do with it play around with and then the edge connector means you can pretty much connect whatever you like to it so you can put a speaker on it and make it talk to you you can plug it into some motors and make it Dr Tell us with kids I've got two different kinds of now so the first ones I made I've bought us a really cheap robot car kit from Ebay and then put it's terrible so once once I got bit so I've got a whole fleet of those now bakers they are just working with the micro at their base level you can just right hello and welcome to season twelve episode twenty two of the open to podcast in the show we're going to chatting with Sarah Townsend about science it has no concept of time does it it has a counter of some sort that's the kind of arbitrary those you've seen didn't robots tennis about the robot so these controlled by the micro bit or says something else involved they kits have is that what and so the move around so those are the main ones us and will recently I ran a summer camp where the kids sold it up their own robots oh I've done line following versions I've added little bumper switches on the front I did a moon buggy one recently so it put little grabbing mechanisms on the front and they had to to drive on it and the microbe and then I had someone helped me figure out what to do because this was the first thing I ever tried and I could only make Dr backwards on wheel and then nothing wouldn't do anything else so these little purse breaks once you could buy on Ebay the yellow motors yeah exactly so they they can't drive Erin get them out to schools without having to take the whole van what what kind of feedback you get from the kids and also from their parents tation so you sort of you have quite small programs you will not have space fairly quickly if you're trying to complicated and I think there's limitations to the and so yeah that's really nice but not very helpful and yeah the parents are always always get pretty good feedback again it's quite hard because there all compact but they have a lot less talk so are even worse at driving over small rams but I'm hoping eventually to replace the first that with the second set so I can store them of easy you can't really force them to sit down and tell us any useful information so it's always very hastily scribbled comment so it's either just the cat didn't boil or so I just had a little PCB with some smaller called twenty motors so everything's just a lot smaller and hopefully rhythm on the micro press go when it will follow whatever path you've given it you can control it with a different microbial to make radio controller you cannot sensors onto the front lifetime around and pick up moon rocks that were just rock colored pompoms and months where we tied balloons to either spike and golden to join them each that was good uh-huh I got pretty good feedback generally the kids usually just sort of forget that they're supposed to be learning anything and just say yeah it was great because robots I have a very difficult obstacles as soon as you try and get and driving up a tiny tiny slope they get stuck but they're the wheels of big enough that they can they can and you know try this topic next time I'm really interested in this but I have quite a few parents who work in tech and sometimes I've had one CEO be really interesting to do a cyber security where workshop and I said well you know I don't know a great deal about that I can look into it and I can help you do that so parents did writes that mostly there is no no coding involved at all you buy a little speed controller and you plugged motors and a receiver and buy like a radio have them done that way my other two both micro based they don't think they've ever WANNA battle I have a lot of fun and there's somebody control car kind of setup and then you just put everything in and you're good to go but so that's what most people do so I have four robots now so ores it can be but it's not what I do it because it's very expensive to build the kind or on TV they cost like tens of thousands you mentioned how you get like the power the motor control the wheels like the wheels of the hardest thing for me Eve wrong and parents quite good at finding those things but other times yeah they they come and they say oh I don't know anything about this I I you know I'm not going to be the exact size I want to hear that ability to say wow I mean you say how light they are I mean what in terms of the processing what silicone tires and they're not very happy so that definitely not as good as the ones I bought but at least I can put die in the silicones I have multiple wheels and also as you bill or sometimes when you're on is that you built fighting robots yes really tell us about is this just like on TV when you watch and they're really cute they're really small so I yes of Three D. printing them and take them to different places around the country to battle them cube so as well as the weight limit you've got US squish everything in really small this sounds fantastic yeah it does don imagine you've got a three D. Printer Yeah village whose name I can't remember that was an hour away from Oxford and I've done one in Bristol yeah they saw take place wherever lots of people doing get them together yet is called aunt wait so there's a range of different weight classes so the ones on TV ICAL heavyweights they help but by the end of the session and you can see them kind of leaning over a making suggestions so that's really nice to see you so another thing that you do when you're not in science Oxford some kids preferred but most of the time it's both useful to us because the parents can help with the debugging which is usually just they've put a space at the wrong place or spell rec- I sort of started doing as a way to learn how to use CAD programs and is this a thing like like robot was but for tiny little three D. printed things that around the kind of Midland's and the south but I think there's the next one's going to be in Sheffield the last one I went to was in some announced built those very expensive very big so I build ridiculously small ones so the ones on TV or something like over one hundred Kilo minority one hundred and fifty grams lying he might not do that well it's really cool anyway where where does this will take place all sorts of places mostly even when the kids aren't as interested yeah yeah try and pitch it as a family workshop so it's not just you bring your child and then you go and have a cup of tea which some people do anyone bottles making those really really tough it's hard enough getting everything fitting inside a hundred and fifty grams they also has to fit in a four inch eh for 'em it's amazing what is this a small robot fighting organization cold and that is also a very good question titian before it breaks the system to organize the fight is one hundred twenty eight hundred and twenty-five and we saw we reached that the last one and they had to make when I first I bought wheels and then I had to design the entire roble around the wheels and they're always slightly too big too small so I started three D. Printing Myron and then moldings so you have a very bad winter loss ratio but let's get not really why I'm doing it I didn't know how to design anything when I started autobahn to podcasts dot org now it's time for command line the and will host them really it's all done by volunteers so soon as someone's willing to host one and find a venue I think the maximum robots they will take in in an weights or not the smallest you can do I think as they call the smaller ones fleets in Nano weights maybe seventy five grams and twenty five at once foot so of dumb behind the scenes occasionally there's a post that says let's vote on the rule so clearly some people are doing things behind the background but I don't know what the thing is our did what is your love I do have some love this week while I was away probably gallivanting Utah talked about the release of eighteen o four point three on the podcast And I was thinking to myself I'm not sure people know that you have to enable the hardware enablement stack when when it becomes available I certainly didn't say my come on blind love which will be in the show notes is how you enable Komo on show at Apple podcasts dot org was just held with sort of just a few people in a university or something so they thought it'd be an amusing I don't this is fantastic I'd never heard of this sure they all of the organization is either done on a forum called robot wars one he's been around for very the F. Tools ocular works phil informs created with Adobe Acrobat but just misses the mark three the benching music play of Miss that no no way no I have so Martin you've got some love for this week Ed seems to have fallen off the face of the planet in terms of continuing support but it brought the best of I tunes without the worst and four secure you bet thanks very much for coming on the show Sarah if people wanna find out more about the creative computing club incites Oxford where can they go to find out more and now it's time for all your wonderful feedback and I up George emailed us to show at Apple podcasts dot org some applications I'd like to see improved yep this is it for the rest of the evening now it's so much fun you should get involved say that form but it does take over your life hard to figure out what's going on often these competitions 'cause it's very fast paced everyone's trying to get there in the arena and that China quite quick turnover so I might be revived on the Lennox desktop won a user friendly database front-end or Lebron Office based in K D's Kelsey may be databases they install a couple of Meta packages and those Meta packages no what constitutes the current state of their hardware neighbouring. It brings in a new colonel. I've recently been monkeying around with a sequel light database and I've been using gooey for it Cudicini Browser for sequel so if you love as much as we do send us a command that will blow our minds and we might even mentioned on the show send your command line love to on-time or I think a lot of facebook so which I don't use so I don't know how active people are on there the forum seems to be the place to go and it's all sense of spyware Dave Evans Tennyson email. I won't help more in the open source community by filing mobiles however I feel that when I find possible bugs L. The use of friend detest there's obviously much database power in the next most seem server based on very complex to take a tight robots out so bit sad so it's getting bigger and bigger which is I find quite surprising that rewards has been canceled against than leave a more people are getting they new hardware ableman stack on eighteen o four desktop and eighteen hundred four server I went rectal off the whole come on now but you basically asking other people who use the same piece of software hey when you press these buttons does this thing happen and you might find someone else says no it doesn't happen for me only happens remote desktop without the security issues reflected the likes of team Viola all the sense there spyware Okay Lights I can't remember where I got it from May will be in the archive but I downloaded that and you point at your database and then you can do stuff like throw CSV else who goes to the competitions regularly who's made one with a raspberry Pi in a crisis and he's I want to say he's been moderately successful but also will an x and Mae Surin various drivers and things we love your feedback if you've got the comments about something you here on the show why don't you I tend to feel that I must have done something wrong rather than there being a software problem how do you tell the difference or should I file something anyway let the developer let me know if it's expected other people who might experience the same and that's either in bed the applications channel all the district using may have support channel you could modify the database on Robak stuff you've done and it's just it's a really nice if you if if you're into something like access it's a bit like that the best thing to do is to communicate with other uses all the developers themselves so that might mean jumping IFC channel jumping in telegram store and they stop for the summer but I think the next couple of just been pop online at the next one's in a couple of weeks I think pretty okay well thanks very much come in back in the days or Fox pro on windows than you would have been used to something that was vaguely is a friendly that you could create a base and then create programs that use that database secure remote desktop site if things take a look at exit ago that's Great Terminal Server Remote workstation solution that doesn't have any locations in your spare time because interested you if you're making quality software and you have that in your get liable get the hub project profile Gregory John emailed us in season twelve episode eighteen you ask the following question sourced from Allen Pope's telecast what can we do to promote the Moore's true of Lennox desktops which unfortunately I don't think Germany is at the moment that would encourage people to to do APPS for Lennox Yes twentieth year they've been running now I think it has maybe two or three times been hosted in in the UK so they say that it's it's real but it was the first first of all you all they might say yes supposed to do that or no that sounds like a bug let's go and file a bug I think I think that's the best thing to do is to speak to discussion with regards to mobile APP speakers one of the things the mobile APPs do is get you out there version four point ten the sizes and weights and I think that was jokingly named named the competition is it's the reline tricks you discussed in the last episode maybe think about the person who maintains those amazing tools today Chet Ramey for anyone who enjoys the fruits of his heart where he yeah but that's fine marcus willow came out us this wiki page seems to have most of the Bash Commands Nitsa page on wikipedia about a quick search when you're talking about and I did stumble upon the rebels wanted to oak site and it has a page for the aunt wait world series rules is someone who can develop mobile apps and then if a company wants a mobile APP developed there's a chance that you'll then be able to get work through do people who've done that route so if the same happy website science Oxford Dot com on this will be an events page on less and less because the clubs out running out the my elder and that's all for episode twenty two thank you for listening we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did next week we'll be discussing the falls on a twin jet falls into the database and you can use standard sequel commands in order to interrogate database nice pointing Click gooey interface and it can Italia and Charles for that offer to meet up for lunch I'm very sorry that we couldn't make it David people create apps for Lennox brother than destroys well maybe awarded vacation destroys our most celebrated and and you can die rack recruiters and prospective employers that as an example of

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509 - Is Protein Combining Necessary After All?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

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509 - Is Protein Combining Necessary After All?

"Hello. This is Monica Reina. And you're listening to the nutrition diva podcast and today, we're taking a closer look at whether vegetarians need to mix and match their plant based proteins to create complete proteins one of the biggest nutrition trends right now is a move toward more plant based were plant forward diets, you know, the number of strict vegetarians or vegans has not actually changed all that much. But a lot more people are trying to consume fewer animal products. I'm sure you've seen the explosion of plant based milk and meat substitutes in your local grocery stores and restaurants, and we've talked about lots of those on the podcast at the same time though. There's also been a lot of interest in how dietary protein affects things like Sitadi weight loss muscle, building, aging and recovery. And we talked a lot about that research on the podcast as well. In particular proteins role in building and preserving lean muscle, which might be particularly relevant for those who are older or recovering from an illness or injury or losing weight because all of these circumstances carry an increased risk of muscle loss. So the collision between these two nutrition transplants protein has resurrected an old question, namely is it necessary to combine complementary plant proteins at the same meal in order to create a quote, unquote, complete crow team is the traditional combination of rice and beans, for example, actually grounded in nutritional necessity will join me to unpack what we do. And don't know about this issue is protein researcher Douglas Padden Jones who runs the nutrition metabolism laboratory at the university of Texas medical branch in Galveston, Texas. Welcome to the podcast. Banks onto it's great to finally be here on your show longtime listeners at the nutrition diva podcast are already going to be quite familiar with Doug's research because it's been the subject of least half dozen previous episodes. It was Doug's research. For example, that I was discussing an episode number three hundred ninety eight on how to slow age related muscle loss. And then again in episode number four hundred forty eight on how to build more muscle with less pro team if you've been eating more protein at breakfast, and maybe a little bit less at dinner or you've been shooting for twenty five to thirty grams of protein at every meal while it's probably because of Doug's research. Thanks, Monica have to admit it is gratifying to hear that messages from the early research, still resonate. Absolutely takes us a while to catch up with you researchers, you know, but a lot of the research that you've done Doug was using animal proteins such as beef, or eggs or way. Because animal protein tends to be a higher quality source of protein, and that's not a value judgment against vegetarians. It's just a biochemical reality. Yeah. Very true. And it is important to distinguish nutrition quality from protein quality so to ten on muscle protein, synthesis. Which which essentially means the muscle growth in repay machinery, you really need all the essential amino acids to be available in sufficient quantities in the muscle cell. You know at the same time now, you can absolutely get all the essential essential amino acids, you need from plants, but it is hard to get them all in one plant at least in the right proportions to be mice defective. Just as an example, leggings chickpeas, lentils, they tend to be low in methionine, essentially, one of the essential amino, acids, grains, like rice so weak. They they're decent source of Mathiason, but they tend to be lower in lysine. So what that really means is this you. If you eat either of these foods by themselves, you still baby lacking on more of the key ingredients me no acids that a needed to kick. Start the muscle building machinery. Yeah. It's a little bit like baking where you have to use ingredients and somewhat strict proportions in order to get good results me, let's say that you have enough flour to make four loaves of bread. But only enough east for two loaves. Well, you're going to end up with two of bread plus a bunch of leftover flour, and that's sort of where this idea of protein combining came in by making sure to eat both legs and grains, or maybe some other complimentary pair of plant proteins at every meal, then you'd be able to use more of the amino acids to synthesize proteins and not have as many left over unused. Yeah. Exactly. Now this practice of combining complimentary proteins its existence a thousands of years in many cultures rice and being dishes of the classic example bought and then in the nineteen ninety s the nutrition establishment stepped into side this was focal. And as recently as. Twenty sixteen the academy of nutrition and dietetic position paper come out on vegetarian plan pice diets, and they let out stated that protein combining with unnecessary and their premise was that the body will store unused amino acids in the live or elsewhere the future us. Okay. So let's go back to our baking analogy, the idea is that if our Baker ends up with a bunch of unused flower while he'll simply put it in the Larder. And then assuming that the next grocery delivery contain some yeast, you'll get that flower back out and make the other two loaves of bread, and then any leftover yeast will be stored until more flour comes in. And so on. But is there actually hard evidence to support the this is the way things work? Not not really, unfortunately, if you if you do an internet search for complementary proteins protein, combining most of the top couple of pages the results dismiss the idea that it's necessary. Consume complimentary proteins and each meal, and that's what we want to challenge with a research. Now, a lot of these sources internet sites. They cite a classic nineteen Ninety-four viewed paper by then in young and Pete appellate by highly accomplished scientists, however that conclusion that combining proteins was unnecessary wasn't based on a specific study. But was essentially in an opinion based on their interpretation of some previous research since they review was published though. We've had a lot of new information that really wasn't available to them. Just as an example studies done at UT be have have shown that it's not simply the presence of amino acids in the body that triggers muscle protein, synthesis building repair, it's the rapid increase in the amounts of the essential amino acids in the blood and the muscle cell that kicks the body into the. The protein building mode. Okay. Let me interrupt and go back to our baking out analogy for a minute. So the baker's not just hanging around in the kitchen all day long. He's got better things to do. But when new supplies delivered. That's when he's going to go to the kitchen, unpack the groceries and start baking. Yeah. Here's another piece of interesting evidence that seems to undermine the idea that protein combining a necessary. So we know that a sudden increase in the amino acid concentration in the blood will trigger a burst of muscle building repair activity, you know, as long as all the necessary amino acids, their fishing quantities. But after a few hours this activity protein, synthesis will subside shutdown return to normal even if there are still plenty of acids available lying around. Oh. Well, so in other words, regardless of how big the grocery delivery is or even if groceries are being delivered constantly after an hour or two. To our Baker is going to turn off the oven and go read the paper until the next shift starts if I got that sort of right? Yeah. All of this suggests that when it comes to muscle protein, synthesis. The body Kat effectively use essential amino acids that might be left over from previous meal to fill in any gaps from the Kara meal. Okay. We'll just to complete beating this dead horse. I'm going to return to my analogy. One more time. It sounds like if any given grocery delivery contains enough flour for four lives of grad. But only enough used for two loaves that leftover flower is not actually going to go into the Larder for the next load of groceries. It's kinda gonna go into the compost. It's not exactly in the trash. It's still in the system providing benefit, but it's just not available for future bread baking. Bit like following a recipe. Yeah. L L hypothesis, which we are going to be testing in a randomized study whereabouts conduct is that it's not enough just to get all the essential amino acids over the course of the day so in order to maximize muscle protein, synthesis. You really do want to get the right proportion of all the essential amino acids at each meal. Okay. Before you tell us more about how this study is designed we need to take a quick break to thank our sponsors. I I have to tell you about this new set of cleaning products that I've been using from branch basics. I am really very impressed. It's very cool. 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That's the real real promo code R E A L for twenty percent off selected items. Okay. Now, Doug, tell us a little bit more about how your study is designed how are you going to test this hypothesis took tested, we're going to recruit healthy men and women between the ages of forty five and sixty and we're going to look at the effects of four different meal plans now all the the meals are going to be the same number of calories. Same energy content. The same amount of protein, which will be about fifty grams famille one of the meals will provide about fifty grams of a high quality animal protein, and that'll be in this case at each meal. The second meal will provide that grams of complimentary plant based proteins beans, plus grains, and the fed meal again will provide the same total amount of plant based protein, but with the beans at one meal breakfast, for example, and the grains at another and the control meal. Final meal will be very low protein diet with less than about five grams of protein. Meal and for each meal plan, we're going to do a standard metabolic study muscle biopsies blood testing and look at the proteins ability to stimulate muscle protein, synthesis. Well, as a research, I know you're prepared for whatever results you do get. But based on some of the previous research that you've been talking about here. I imagine you're probably expecting to see certain things. What what do you think you're gonna see from this research? Yeah. Well, we expect that in in terms of muscle protein, synthesis. The meal plan where the complementary proteins separated into different meals rice beans at dinner, for example, will be any better and the very low protein diet, we think that the complementary plant protein meals the combination will do quite a bit better. But not quite as well as the meal containing animal protein. Okay, hang on. So why would the complimented plant based protein the one that's providing all the essential amino acids, still not do as well as the animal protein meal and they're both providing equivalent amount of protein and the right balance of the central amino acids. Yeah. That's a good question. There's quite a few. Now, protein quality is affected not just by the presence and balance of you know, acids, you know, the Lucienne content is a good example. But also it's influenced by the just ability of the protein source now plant based proteins, especially when delivered whole foods simply less digestible than animal based proteins. Well, finally, we're gonna have a definitive answer to this question of weather protein. Combining offers any benefits, but aside for just scientific curiosity. What would the real world applications fee for this research? How would answering this question? Help us make healthier food choices. Yeah. Right. So abroad hypothesis is that meals containing a high quality Sosa protein, like fish, eggs, dairy, etc. Are ineffective inefficient way to Wolfman a largely plant based diet and stimulate muscle protein, synthesis. Now, if it's clear, we would all benefit. From consuming, more, fresh, and minimally processed plant based foods. So we definitely not trying to demonstrate that plant based foods diets are unhealthy or impractical. Rather what we do want to challenge is the prevalent common notion that getting all the essential amino acids over the course of a day is a quivalent to getting them each meal, and especially when maintaining Lee masses has so many important options and benefits. Right. So those who choose to avoid animal proteins altogether. They may pay a price in terms of muscle protein, synthesis. That may be a price that they're willing to pay for other values, but Doug, if your hypothesis is correct then country to some of the conventional wisdom out they're taking some care to combine complimentary protein sources in the same meal could actually offer a real advantage. And for those of you who want to know a little bit more about how you would go about that. I have a link in the show notes to a quick guide to complementary protein sources that you can refer to. I want to thank you for taking some time to talk about this research with us that you have to promise that you're gonna come back on the podcast next year to report your results. Will you pleasure Monica? I'd love to, but we we are really waiting to hear the outcome of this important research, and thank you so much for for listening, everyone, you'll find a transcript of today's conversation along with links to a lot of the research that we were talking about at nutrition, diva dot quick and dirty tips dot com. And if you have questions for me or Doug or comments about this episode today, I hope you'll leave us a comment either on the shows web page eh quick and dirty. Tips dot com or meet on the nutrition DiBa Facebook page. Thanks listening and have a great week.

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Artificial Sweeteners, 2019 Hot Wellness Trends #1036

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Artificial Sweeteners, 2019 Hot Wellness Trends #1036

"The content of the following program is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice diagnosis treatment or here always consult your physician or a health professional with any questions you may have regarding medical condition to mamie higher cbd you wanna go higher baby you're in the right place your listening to one live radio this is burning dad wit anthony i've got the whole team here today i've got murray avi lexi and i have jill lane a if you're maybe joining us for the first time gillian is a pro athlete health and nutrition coach and founder of fueling champion so great have earned studio we were just talking before we went live that she and tina and i were really the um you know like they were on right from the early years right from the getgo when i started this show joel was was right there from the beginning and then ron gina survey i know about tina in shortly after an here we are so great to have her in studio with us today you're not gonna wanna miss this were talking about the hottest wellness trends of twenty nineteen i'm gonna give you a little bit of a tease here i just printed this i gotta go through it so one of the ones i wanna talk about the ivy i can't wait to talk about the ivy therapy and then it's got all kinds of stuff like the kito genyk diet and combo just the activated charcoal that's in so many things now and we're just gonna go through this list with joel lane of who is incredible these nutrition in knowledge and athletic knowledge that she knows 'em is just off the charts oh i appreciate that i mean this this article that we got from time magazine gonna talk about today just goes to show that there's just so much to keep up with and i think the harder anything even for those of in the industry the hardest thing is to keep up with what what is really good and one is garbage and what might be something okay the try from time to time vs the do everyday and so we're gonna try to sort through all of that yeah yeah well you know a lot of these things are just you what's trending just like fashion what's trending fashion at motive in its sales motivated i mean i feel like all of the all of this is like stuff you would see on instagram right yeah are promoting yup yeah them and so it goes back to all people whether you believe should we be believing the instagram influencers out there did they all gave us good information or do we need be doing better due diligence west you know the things were putting in her body her on her body or that we have in her house you know it's it's hard to know who to believe you know am i gonna look like the person with six pack apps in her instagram picture he you know born that way or you know it's just it's hard to know what's real well and there's so many treatments out there so i you know i i love to bring up sexual stuff with jill to embarrass we need a good comments about this is the wellness place that's here in dallas and they they sell a lot of different things but one of his sexual rejuvenation a felon that bottle claim but is there are many factors that affect a person's sexual health are medical testing and analysis will determine whether it be h r t bo tiba f wave and the peace shot or the oh shot additional treatment therapies are required to restore you're drive and function are missing their driving function to be quite honest has to go back to again how are we taking care of ourselves but you know funny thing having johnny boden on today and he john boat in our house but you know listen the reptile this function men is actually early warning sign of cardiovascular disease oftentimes will so listen you gotta make sure you're you gotta make sure everything's good the go everything together right when i really don't wanna go i wanna know okay so here's here's the game the gains wave a breakthrough solution for men seeking better erections an optimal sexual performance and so let me see what it says in here these injections i'm gonna find out about ryan and i were talking about this yesterday he would like have seen the new commercials or you know whatever it is that'll make you laugh when looking at the picture and there's no matter well here's what i got a diagram man is this how does it work as you get older the blood vessels that supply budget here pierre blood apply little but that's okay bloodier penis begin to collapse breakdown good blood function are good blood flow is essential for a reptile dysfunction 'em it says it's opening existing blood vessels stimulating the growth of new blood vessels they only holistic procedure that treats the root cause of a reptile dysfunction in men wow it's a strong claim but it doesn't say and it's a let's see let's see urology times nbc news men's health is the advertising there the scandinavian journal of urology published a randomized double blind placebo controlled study for e d which is a reptile dysfunction which stated this treatment shows he possible cure in some patients while you know rectal dysfunction or or low libido in men or women is really an interesting thing sometimes it's anatomical like there is a blood flow issue sometimes it's i don't really like my partner anymore it's psychological emotional somehow i'm sure hormone related low testosterone production extra extradition imbalances too much stress and so too much porn to absolutely yeah absolutely people think that problem but it absolutely anthony what do you laughing about and there were you no you're rational goes up listen what you used to be able to do the get you excited when people get into porn the bar keeps getting higher and higher no pun intended and it's it's it's a problem you're i mean he has a big problem i'll read some of these testimonials i love rating finds it says it last year i had a bit of a down period i without having any fun anymore and i noticed i was literally losing it i had the gains wave and the results are staggering what about the placebo effect if you believe that you're taking something to produce better function 'em you know i think that could have ineffectively affect is a real thing and i said oh it is some of these hot wellness trends i think some of them work by placebo effect mhm so yeah no i i will you know i went for on ivy a couple of weeks ago and i could talk about that a really interesting so you know i've done some of this stuff and here's osha this is for women have you heard of this yup you have this at work i didn't say i've done it no part of it well you've heard of it no i did meet did i say that i didn't mean to say that i don't know what i said so excited is as you wish there was a nonsurgical way oh this is about treating oh gosh i don't wanna go there yeah we don't wanna go there but if you suffer from from female stuff you might wanna check it out i guess doesn't work i mean i know you not pressure but i work which doesn't work yeah i have a physician though i know that does all of those things in her office and here's wave shot everything i mean hormone identical hormone therapy what did we do or guys it's i it says oh shot okay so you're gonna make me rita if you suffer from accidents when you jump africa off when you when when you wait too long love sexual desire what is after do his thing i don't understand the connection here in buffalo down there that controls all of that oh that's right so if you're not doing your key goals yes ma'am so you just do k goals you know it doesn't know you don't listen and imagine a woman again we think of the male anatomy functionally see it but in a woman you need optimal testosterone for all of your muscles including those muscles down there that control urinary incontinence an orgasm and all that stuff and so you know for some reason for some women you know having a balanced hormones affects that look at this one this is e e m sculpt bring your booty back or do i like the way you bring your moody back yeah wow they bring needles no down here's how you bring you booty back you do some squats in london and you know all those things that engage you're senior lydia's maximum us yes ma'am i yeah i mean it's it's there's no easy way out there's no easy way out i don't think her but look that much different before and after i mean we don't even know what it's like something you could do in the gym warner was yeah her but i'm sorry none of these spots look enough that look i'm not a different that it's worth it no a hair grows and all this stuff guy getting older micro nutrients testing and this is all in one place yeah yeah this is all in one place wild crazy right crazy you know what it goes to show you though it's but it's 'em it is i think what you were saying earlier us reaching for sometimes the quick fix when we don't wanna have to do the hard jammer west are fork or sometimes we've done the hard work and we just want a little extra help bring back maybe what we feel like mother and taking away well and you know what i have to say you know get my own testimony here i you know i've been shoved up for a while i have i went through a lot of personal stress and when i got sick last month's i got terribly sequoias shingles but and then that was like a wakeup call for me and within a matter of weeks you guys of me just intermittent fasting watching when i'm eating going to bed early getting up early not snacking at night yeah i looked in the mirror this morning naked and i feel confident i just started lifting a little bit of weights within a couple of weeks now granted i was in really good shape so i'm gonna have an easier comeback but i've been shoved up for a couple of years now i have an and i'm coming back and i like what i saw in the mirror this morning so it's a little bit of effort right yeah and that's what we do on the show we tried encourage you to do the things that really will change and you don't have to spend a lot of money to do i'm living yeah i know a lot of it does start between between the years just believing that you can do it that it's not that takes some dedication but it's not all that hard usually the changes are simple doesn't mean they're easy but it's just just day in and day out day it'll down they do add up well when you look in the mirror and you're like yes you know i'm gonna keep going i wanna i wanna get that body that i had in that picture that they took you know a with guy metzker i want that body back yeah yeah you know what i think the biggest take away so is only do it yourself don't do it because you think you're partners gonna like it and our kids right ex wires we do it for you and when you look in the mirror it is empowering to know i took control of my health and and and look at me now so and it didn't take that much so you know really didn't just but slowly people don't have enough patients right just like anything it's like growing a business it's slow natural growth rome wasn't built in a day so a good messages i love having you in studio love to talk about the hottest wellness trends of twenty nineteen with jill lane doctor johnny boden he is known as the as the nutrition myth buster we're gonna be talking about the link between artificial sweeteners in diabetes don't miss it you're listening to one life radio one life radio is brought to you by are sponsors great companies like son warrior plant based protein use the code oh l r for twenty percent off crazy water they only mineral water bottles in texas kito matt kita genyk metabolic nutrition use the code oh l r for forty dollars off an free shipping kito matt dot com honest temp happy healthy honest cbd use the code oh l r for twenty percent off nature's plate plant based meals to go paleo magazine wellbeing journal any international society of sports nutrition be sure to go to are thorn research dispensary on our website for twenty percent off and free shipping thank you for listening to one life radio oh my gosh were having too much fun over the road it have you with us today i've got doctor johnny boden on the line welcome back to one life radio and he is no good you if you were in here and listening to what we were talking about you would be rolling on the floor right now or whatever where one of i you know joe is here with us today oh my god i feel so is the one that introduced me to you johnny johnny in jill sitting like seriously so it's so great to have you both on air with me today upper those if you just now listening joelene is a pro athlete a health and nutrition coaching the founder of feeling champions and doctor johnny boden is is aimed known nutrition she is known as they nutrition myth buster end as a nationally known as an expert on weight loss and how he is the best selling author of fifteen books including the great cholesterol meds which is one of my favorite books all time a health books andy most effective way to leave longer doctor bowden earn six certifications and personal training and fitness he has a master's degree in psychology and a phd in holistic nutrition and is board certified by the american college of nutrition you could find him at his website johnny boden dot com that's j o n n y b o w d e we end there's no age and his name j o n y johnny boden dot com today were talking about the link between artificial sweeteners in diabetes so you know doctor bowden diabetes is everywhere everyone's blood sugar is out of whack and all over the place why is this end what's going on but why is it that everybody's blood sugars going crazy ores wife if there might be a relationship bouncing in non caloric sweet remembered as no calories that defies everything we've been taught right no no should produce snow waking but yet they are associated study after study after study we're waking which is really just a proxy for diabetes i mean we could be talking about the same thing basically the same track and if they cause weight gain it's likely they will move in gainesville musicians and all the rest of the stuff the courses and and creates metabolic syndrome pre diabetes all that stuff so i think but we really asking here is why do artificial sweeteners affect are wait an hour risk for the disease diseases that come with excess weight such as diabetes that's the real question is a puzzle anyone bernadette we have been debating this stuff but i don't know fifteen years how long have we known that artificial sweeteners are linked you know the the very thing that people drink diet sodas course you know because they're not getting the sugar and therefore they're not getting the cows and they think they're a free pass but yet these puzzling studies have come up year in and year out showing the people who drink the most artificial sweeteners a diet sodas folders and in other kinds of beverages have greater leaking now granted in association but it does puzzle you so i've always thought to myself there must be something about the sweet taste that somehow triggers your body to produce insulin just as a conditioned respond but and i thought that was a pretty good theory yeah i mean think about it right on weaken condition dog's to to to salivating at the bell like pavlov's conditionally why couldn't we a produce insulin of sweet taste which is normally what would cog informed to be you know i thought that was a good theory and then dangling man i don't know if you know him and he's one of the great green doctors and psychiatrists he's the non pbs special anyway gang all night were talking about this one day in an interview and he said johnny you watch it's going to be the micro bio that's gonna be the answer these things we would just at the beginning of the micro byron researcher people being aware of but mike will 'em and he said these things disrupt the microbiomes and you watch that's going to be the mechanism yeah and i think he's like well you sucralose is a good example of that right now sucralose does not have zero calories so does it not but i do know for a fact based on research that i've done that it does disrupt be a the got microbiomes i believe we're all gonna be shown this and i i want us to tell you it's interesting because when they asked me what you're talking about i i'm very hot on this topic because i'm in vegas right now doing some tv appearances and that's the subject of who's gonna be talking about an it's so interesting because the subject you wanna talk about the subject i wanna talk about turnout could be pretty much the same thing there is now a massive research bernadette enjoy you'll love this a that's been to preview the mayo clinic and was originally done in a place called whitesman institute in israel which is they got the biggest data a database of microbiomes data on different individuals in the world wow and the studies if they had done have shown that while the glycemic index is that if you don't anything better you know it's the best way we have the kind of judge what impact you food is on a blood sugar what wiseman institute's had discovered in published journal published peer review journal a research is that people give her quite noticeably in their response to a food even with the same glycemic index so if you took fifty people and you've got them all fifty grams of charities let's say or fifty grams of anything you know that the glycemic index at that that's what they they do to determinant mhm enlisted the semiconductors thirtysix while they were gonna be people on that list to gonna have very responsive to you say let's say somebody's gonna punish someone gonna have forty six eighty six there's quite a variation from person to person depending upon the microbe on when you have the microbiomes data you can predict blood sugar results i think about fifty to sixty percent more accurate so i believe that connection mhm well you know there's so many sweeteners down there and some of them that were not even aware of and i'm you know i'm speaking of of trailers now i don't know if you're familiar with it but we covered this story a with a with the motives of ls was men off he wrote in the new york times about this is it this is a sweetener that's only for commercial use right now it's not sold on shelves and yet they have determined through scientific research urge that there may be a a very a big connection between that and see jeff an are bacteria and are got microbiomes to so clearly all of these artificial sweeteners have a direct relationship on the health of of our got michael buying and i would add that that although there may not be conclusive reacher these artificial sweeteners a bad for us this is one of those first do no harm kind of a situation there's nothing good comes out of artificial sweeteners no yes in ten years they may be able to prove something safe and all that but i think there's enough smoke around this micro bio shoe but these chemicals and he's artificial sweeteners all of these things that we take into a body on a daily basis if things are buddhist sprayed with the preservatives at the crossing where all of them have disrupting affect on i've got microbiomes those living creatures go do it you know tiny little micro they when they go to the bathroom and he made you'll end you're feeding them a lot of stuff that has never been in the human diet in in the in the in the history of what if it makes sense if there will be disrupted the micro bond and the bible research as i do and i know you guys do if you buy the research microbiomes affects everything mhm the logical do the math that's running it microbiomes good way so michael bottom affects every disease you could have figured out that that's absolutely will you know i wanna bring joe into this and i wanna know both of your opinions what artificial sweetener do you think what's the worst culprit out there johnny johnny you know what i i think it's just kind of pick your poison poison i mean i feel like that they all have a different potential downside whether it's 'em aspartame in brain health or sucralose in the gut microbiome whether it's akron in cancer you know i think it's all a dose dependent but i think they all have very different effects in potentially negative ways but back to what johnny was saying you know i think what we know is that regular consumption of them doesn't bode well for you're acute how schools and you're long term health goals so let's just get back to eating the stuff stuff that was or on the planet as it was because are gut microbiome knows what to do with those foods yeah i i agree i agree in and also let me point out you know joe made a great point about you know the poisoning in the jokes so yeah the people who make aspartame have all kinds of studies saying oh this is probably say it doesn't harm people when you have a diet soda no problem and that's probably true but let me tell you something nobody that green start soldiers regularly has one day i did eight in advance i'm mentioned the christian thing he is world famous doctor in its worst the doctor oz and it's been on i mean he just a very very famous guy an in a tremendous you know ethics of the health community were running back and he says you know ninety something about the guys soda habit well what do you drink a day fifteen sixteen oh gosh wow so let's remember the poisons in the dose i don't think they're particularly good i'm in any dosage nothing you know do sort of it's a necessary you must drink soda but i may with shoulder it's the which is better marble like the virginia slims like yeah yes they may be facing small amounts a lot of things are but a general would would would recommend staying i'm not mocking him mhm i think johnny what agrees me i'd rather people just eat less real sugar then switched from sugar to artificial sweetener office that was working with student athletes in sky went on a tangent about we are kids should be drinking gade right they should be drinking crystal light and i'm like don't ever tell you that ever again wow do not parent gator has its place in athletics you know the research we follow that research yeah everyday people should just be down in gator eight it's too much sugar and carbohydrate yes right but we should have been switching your kids the crystal lake either like right now that's just one poison for another little that's not okay well let me ask you guys this i'll ask you this because some people wanna know this including myself what you suggest is the best of you said sugar regular sugar but if you're gonna have some good alternatives like you know a lot of people use coconut sugar maple syrup or you know what about those tall and all the you know the calls out there what malate tall aretha ta a is that how you pronounce it i think yeah look withdrawal around town killed you wanna take that i don't like you know johnny i i actually do we do use you control in our house occasionally michelle like c suite and coffee i don't so that's the that's the sweet new choice certainly some of these things have been others i think organic cbs that's perfectly fine we don't see anything wrong with that to me is a combination of stevia and you written which all which is maybe probably the best in in in the least damaged in reputation of being artificial sweeteners sweeteners so i like trivia 'em but but i i do think with the sugar alcohols is always the problem but they just in distress all these oils matt small mouth all be oceans in in in a in a oh cougs you know they have fuel i would be like you mentioned you know we talked to all sugar goals and they can't even potential because diarrhea not all the time not in small amounts but yeah if you're eating fourteen a a powerball or you know a protein bars or or energy bars a day and they're sweet sugar alcohols you're probably gonna have some digestive distress i don't think i've told the bet sweetener yeah i i think it can be used in moderation there's nothing wrong with that you had some antibacterial quality the stay away from mhm and you said something i said what's in trivia i can't remember is that a is that a richard call if you recall plus stevia interesting respectful is in fact a sugar alcohol but i remember going to a lecture on back in the early two thousands and the profile of it was so see an end it has no almost no impact whatsoever and i was really impressed that's when i first heard of you recall and then who came out with this combination recent tones steve yeah i think let's see that again are you gonna have six pack of beer do it once in a while and that's that's a big beer yeah well it's always great to have both of you on ear and it's so great the iran today with jill doctor johnny ball thank you love you yeah love you i'm gonna i'm gonna i'm gonna tell you the story again real quick you could go to the music but i'll tell it real quick i remember the first time jill told me about you johnny and she's she told me a story about you coming off a plane and you had a black cape tape on or something like that and it was like batman getting a man that silverman now number no such i will confirm it looked like the matrix remember those days where the bottom of the wilton we can't wait to get the dallas will have you in studio thank you so much for jumping on air with us today all right thanks all right everyone stay tuned we've got more coming up with jill lately you're listen to one life radio one life radio is brought to by are sponsors great companies like son warrior plant based protein use the code oh l r for twenty percent off crazy water they only mineral water bottles in texas kito mad kita genyk metabolic nutrition use the code oh l r for forty dollars off an free shipping kito matt dot com honest temp happy healthy on a cd use the code oh l r for twenty percent off nature's plate plant based meals to go paleo magazine wellbeing journal any international society of sports nutrition be sure to go to art thorn research dispensary on our website for twenty percent off and free shipping thank you for listening to one life radio mcdonald's first and ten the welcome back to one life radio everyone this is bernadette whip anthony o'neill yeah i got alexi brinkley murray early on about in chose end jill laying all in studio with me today were talking about the hottest wellness trends of twenty nineteen agenda lane has been on the show for very long time she is a pro athlete health and nutrition coach and founder of fueling champions eight three step sports performance at athletic nutrition program delta maximize the potential of student athletes and the parents support them you could find her on instagram at team doing champions on her website a feeling champions dot org today were talking as i said about the hottest wellness trends of twenty nineteen this is from time magazine wellness finding a healthier you a heart body mind in so i have to say i'm a skeptic of anything that a big publishing house puts out because they have advertisers that i would never accept their money so i'm having said that i had a time where do we talking about the hottest wellness trend so hauser hauser hype first one is the himalayan salt lamps is that new i i i've seen these around for years but i guess you are seeing more and more of them come from an industry where you were using solve this therapy we have some idea of using salt as therapy goes back to ancient times yeah times and so i think as with anything else in the wellness industry like we were talking about the beginning world which trying to reinvent ancient things that are changing people's used to do and how could i you know simplify but by this my new modern time so i think that's where the salt lab originated from and the interesting thing is i think there's a lot of knockoffs will talk about how to spot a knock on salt lake look it up myself because you hang around and i'm wondering how you know if this is real and how how do you know okay well number one they if it's truly real salt how they work as they're supposed to absorb because salt is hygroscopic meaning it attracts water and so it's supposed to help absorb the water paul molecules in the air that are caring toxins 'em pollutants and allergens and then maybe sposa help disrupt electromagnetic frequencies yeah you guys had a guest on recently right talking yes i m f hasn't gotten entrusted about these but so if you have your salt lamps in a room let's say in your bathroom and it doesn't get like moisture wet because there's you know when you take a shower and the humidity goes up that's the first clear because it should be absorbing that lamp the second it should look like a pinkish orange hugh because where they mind these himalayan salt and i'll talk about that in a second it has that hugh so it shouldn't be clear or why there should be pinkish or yellow we mourn sometimes there to orange though and i wondered is that a fake orange you know you just did they spray coloring on it i don't know they just like they looked to uniform to me when you see him you know like i don't feel like they all at the say i know my decision in crook yeah yeah and whatever the whoever the manufacturers you buy it from should have warnings on there saying that it's very fragile out because it's salt and so i drop it will break it shouldn't claimed to be very durable and like it's not fragile also say that and then according to the research that i've done there's really only one place where this comes from it this mine actually in pakistan which is near the bottom of the himalayan is in so they all should say they have in origin from that part of the world oh wow now in that it's a certain color should you know potentially collect dampness or moisture especially if it's near a damp or or or moist place like in your shower bathroom or maybe even in their kitchen i'm thinking 'em it should it shouldn't be very bright that's another thing it's not meant to be a lamp plant they call it a himalayan salt lake but it's not meant to eliminate you're no no no it like admits the glow little i remember that big huge beautiful when i used to have in are relaxation room oh yes it was beautiful i bought it i think about it in las vegas actually and then had at it back stunningly beautiful so look around look on the 'em look on the packaging or wherever you order form look for origin where's it from look for like a return policy or 'em or like a a warning that this is very fragile like glass and so you need to be sure it's the shirt and claim it will last forever early 'cause it's it's a fragile item yeah those are the ways the spot a knock off well i i wanna get my back out i think it's in my barnum after look for it yeah but i think it's really interesting i think you know the data show i mean there's a lot of data online about salt therapy but that doesn't really mean that it's the salt lamps therapy right that's like intense salt case there are voting in seaside or different things like that so the idea of having i've looked into this to i've been wanting to put some around my house more for the map my mostly interested in can this help disrupt the m after being made by everything going why fi and potentially does it maybe a little bit helps take some allergens out of the air hey you know it's like johnny said first do no harm it looks beautiful you know i'm not expecting the cure any disease is by no it's not gonna do anybody any harm so fine if you want that potential if it makes you happy when you go out there and that is real that's real it's not hurting anybody buddy fine by herself i love it a thumbs up for me on that one okay vitamin drips a the the drip lounges you know hip hop up all around the country in dallas there are they're all over the place right now what do you say about the hottest trend of these ivy therapies well i say like i would say about even supplements that you can't out drip poured i liked that you can't get you're about to the gym to do some exercise so a lot of places or have the fat loss drip or the weight loss shot or something and why i think all of that go along with working hard and in eating better diet nothing can replace that well i mean that's what i'm always very yeah but you know someone there's no such thing as a silver bowl a gold medal of the super bowl whatever you wanna call there is no you have to put the work in fear health and some people needle augmentation like be twelve shots you know some people are buried efficient and b twelve and b twelve shot can be helpful for that and i v drip is great for dehydration you're traveling maybe you got just got done having a really bad stomach flu junior hydration levels bulls are low you're hung over that cater to a lot of young over there putting them near seriously i heard about this first like i think it was three and a half years ago and it was a it was a a a doctor they had a they were ministering these ivy's and selling them a as they 'em like a hangover hangover dear yeah yeah ground get hammered you go get an ivy that is so good at the hospital wasn't one of these loans was so crazy okay you know on this list activated charcoal call the social media sensation has been taken many forms be on it's odorless toxic a supposedly toxin absorbing power a powder base what do you say about this you find it and everything now yeah i mean it's it's literally everything shampoo todd bowles i mean everything everything to space you know it started off i mean here's what i say about it you know there is maybe some data the show that's like a sponge i can't absorb toxins my question with anything like that is what else is it absorbing absorbing minerals is absorbing storming other important things that are body needs and then where did the charcoal come from what kind of chuckle is it like yeah pro folks you know dave aspirin they have a high quality one that's made from coconut haas and you know they tested to make sure there's nothing else in it like you need to know so what else if you're taking something early you need to know where it came from and what else could potentially be contamination standpoint it's charcoal people need to know what's in it i don't think you could just take that like the ivy drips and go get blasted the day before and not have long term effects on you're healthy don't negatively cancel each other out well it says it's it's made from pete coal would or charcoal coconut shells not entreated in a way that makes it porous or activated activated charcoal is credited with absorbing toxins and the bunching up i know dave ask free i had a product had it in it around yeah and suggesting by from a reputable brand but then what are you taking it for just yeah nothing nothing permanently undo the fact you may have a few bad habits like over drinking or eating too much fast food you know maybe some of these things are okay to do with again exercising making better choices but none of them cancel out you're bad habit oh i can't wait some of the ones coming up on that we're gonna talk about is bone broth a digital digital detox talks is combo shot and the kito genyk diet meditation studios in connecticut i'll stay tuned everyone were going to break we'll be right back with jill lane your listening to one life radio one life radio is brought to you by are sponsors great companies like son warrior plant based protein use the code oh l r for twenty percent off crazy water they only mineral water bottled in texas kito matt kita genyk metabolic nutrition use the code oh l r for forty dollars off an free shipping kito matt dot com on his camp happy healthy honest cbd use the code oh l are for twenty percent off nature's plate plant based meals to go paleo magazine wellbeing journal any international society of sports nutrition be sure to go to are thorn research dispensary on our website for twenty percent off and free shipping thank you for listening to one life radio or a 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in college and then gelatin kyle good i prefer that people just drank a high quality bone broth and it needs to be high quality or forget about it because you are what you eat eight and so you know the boss was made from soaking bones that were animals that were pastured right given growth hormones not given gm ofi not rendered means either i've heard this some of it is from rendered the college and comes from like rendered animals and if anyone doesn't know what that means look it up because it's pretty scary were talking about animals from slaughterhouses all the leftovers and even euthanized animals like really grown now he's the b you do your homework you know kettle and fire osso brand you know there's a few few bona fide there's a few and most grocery stores around that have good you know up at good practices even sometimes on their own farmlands and pastor their own animals so i love bone broth over cauldron of joe dunford that benefit but it needs to be firm high quality in absolutely okay kito diet this is huge died as advisory where okay so what do you say jill lane about the kito genyk diet i know i wouldn't call it a trend i would call it a purposely therapeutic eating plan that certain people 'em will do really well well i don't think it's for everybody i don't think everybody does good on the kito genyk diet but i think certain people end or certain ailments that we'll we'll continue to learn about through research can be well served through keno i think the only thing people need make sure they're doing is not eating junk food kito diet we've talked about before what you're doing every diet oh yeah there's veto joe has begun junk food food is out there so what it means is you're eating real food you're not eating kito bars longer kito shakes all day long you're eating lots of plans you're eating you know a mega three not just eating the potential saturated fat you need to have a variety of different foods because that's what you're basic fuel sources and then you need high quality protein do not be akito junkie right matters and that that's my biggest bone i have with kito right now is i people come to see kito and it's like just a freaking junk food diet is this trash kito yeah not what this is supposed to like yeah i i couldn't agree more and so yeah so and that's why i'm so particular about the sponsors i pick i am because it's important what you put in these products you know that these people are ingesting to try to find health and so what are some of the things that you say with the kito genyk diet where are i guess we can't we can't say that can we what their what their therapeutic for we've talked about it on the show before there's some great data on brain health related brain health and al up see potentially further yeah you know i think there's i think we're gonna learn and we already have some testing i think it's in the early stages that there's just certain people genetically who do better and i think that's just gonna do ethnicity and where where all were ancestors came from yeah they had more fatty things you just based on the continent that you're ancestry came from and so i think that's what we're gonna end up finding overtime but i mean the biggest thing is make sure you eat a lot of plants on kito because most people don't and again electrolyte deficiency and seeing the get a whole host of sometimes very serious problem heart arrhythmias low hypertension cramps all this kind of stuff so you need to know what you're doing yeah need the know what you're doing when you do something like that i need to do it well anything you do it affects her how okay on this list of hottest wellness trend of twenty nineteen i would say twenty eighteen to or even twenty seventeen is the canal dial or cbd oil what's your take on it it's definitely not a trend i know you covered this topic a lot i think the biggest thing i'll say because they want covering it and media by yeah i mean i think this is a whole show unto itself but i think the biggest thing to know is the same thing i said about charcoal the same thing about drips is you need to know where it's coming from if someone promises you that it cures you and they will do everything under the sun for you run run away from earth where that company because it tells me hey they don't know the industry they don't know how they f d n ftc works and there there's something they're trying to cover up for their little braggadocious no one should be claiming anything they seller do will cure or do anything for you unless it's a position even then you know we shouldn't be saying that the people but there's big issues in this industry in the hampton canal dial issue 'em 'em industry right now with purity solvent contamination in pesticides in so you don't know the company that you're buying from tests for all of those things they don't have a genetic identification of the strain of canal dial they don't know their teeth to everybody does now 'cause i know that's the only thing people are asking about but if they don't know how is what's the sold and that was used wasn't solvent used while on their pesticide sprayed on these plants you test for them is there any other things from the soil that it was grown in like heavy metals left around around people need to ask those questions 'cause it's becoming is now sold on every corner rossi u s c i wanna be themselves in it but it could just be one other poison because of the junk product mass you know everyone i know there's a lot of people making a bad name proceed even though they are i wanna hand flopper mall all right well i love it jill lane as a pro athlete health and nutrition coach and founder of feeling champions everyone will continue this one were back a couple of weeks not a couple of weeks next week as in stay tuned for it so everyone you know what have a safe holiday you get one body you get one mind as you get one life get out there today and make the most of 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Part 1: How To Identify The Lies That Popular Media Spews About Wellness (& My Reply To "The Most Overhyped Wellness Promises, Debunked")

Ben Greenfield Fitness

1:22:59 hr | 1 year ago

Part 1: How To Identify The Lies That Popular Media Spews About Wellness (& My Reply To "The Most Overhyped Wellness Promises, Debunked")

"They're basically screwing one in five people who would reid that and then go out and consume well somebody puts two grams dark chocolate in front of me into grams of gummy bears based done the research obscene i'm reaching for the dark chocolate and i will also argue that it is better for me than the gummy bears so congratulations vice over the course of forty four different minutes you've convinced me to dust far switch to taste i have a master's degree in physiology bio mechanics and human nutrition spent the past two decades competing in some of the most masochistic events on the planet from seal fit corals spartan go g in the world's toughest moderate at thirteen ironman man triathlons brutal bo hunts adventure races spearfishing plant forging free diving bodybuilding and beyond i combined this intense time in the trenches with a blend of ancestoral wisdom in modern science searched the globe for the world's top experts in performance that loss recovering hormones brain beauty in braun to deliver you this podcast everything you need to know to living adventurous joyful and fulfilling life my name is ben greenfield enjoy the ride while folks tom still out here in the swiss alps a but i want it to bring you a podcast episode because i'm a streak in podcasting temper twelve years two times a week they wanna give that up so a this podcast i actually i should mention is brought to you by kion and in honor of the fourth of july sorry everyone who's not american american in the glorious country that is america a were gonna give away a bunch of free coffee tumblers these really cool stainless steel tumblers there these sexy black tumblers with the key on logo the really cool a so we're gonna give free copy tumblers out with every single purchase until we run out tumblers then will just send you a pancakes so what you do is you go to get kim dot com and if you treat yourself to a bag a or five bags if you so please of delicious organic tea on coffee a i will 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special for a couple of reasons first of all i'm recording in the swiss alps no seriously i'm i'm looking out over the snow capped mountains wall i sit here they a something called a swiss mountain clinic i'm here for two weeks doing all manner of strange european biological medicine remedies i think in the past week had like six coffee enema is doing like bio proton therapy and stuff called indeed the therapy and hyperthermia on my liver and getting vitamin ivy's everyday in oxygen infusions the twenty twenty four hour fast a couple of days ago along with a bit of kalani hydrotherapy which is absolutely pleasant absolutely wonderful the watch green do come out you bought whole passed by doing it in a little viewing chamber as a man named bruno not not kidding gently massages my colin from left to right for a good forty five minutes god bless bruno you had some stuff happened a few if you wanna learn more about that clinic by the way i i did a podcast on a while ago which all linked to in the show notes for this episode and i also a habit your i go to ben greenfield fitness dot com slash swiss clinic is a a web page rican rita up on this place just tucked away up hills and you're tally quarter in the swiss alps so if you hear goats bleeding or a swiss cheese being made that's that's the reason because i'm outside on the patio right now recordings so that's the first reason is a special podcast the second reason is that this is a solo sold out any gas except me yours truly an i decided that i wanted a sit down and record this podcast for you because i got a little bit past earlier this we just pisses you can get when you're in the swiss alps in a in a m s and why five free zone living a clean lifestyle and die i i don't know maybe i do get ornery when i'm not allowed that alcohol or coffee or red meat i don't have my pellegrino online stevia and only other vices but speaking of vices a vice vice the website released this article that created a little bit of a splash on the internet it's called the most over hyped wellness promises debunked healthy skepticism about kito kalani knicks charcoal and more kind of struck a nerve because if he goes rating it as i was lying on my floor the two but my but put in coffee in my rectum so i mean it was highly relevant to me it's time but this this article winning two attempts to debunk forty four different myths in wellness and most of it was total bullshit i'm serious and i decided that i wanna do a two part podcast episode of the first part this one you're listening to right now on the first twenty two minutes that vice magazine attempted to debunk and the second podcast on the other twenty two minutes see i'm good at math a that that ice attempted debunk while i'm gonna do is i'm gonna go through these one by one sister matic kelly in a i'm going to put all these pubmed research all the science everything i reference it's on some pretty robust show notes and i'm creating for this episode you will be able to find those over at ben greenfield fitness dot com slash vice podcast one as in vice podcast the number one and then when i released part to a in a few days it'll just be at ben greenfield fitness dot com slash vice podcast to all right i think that's long enough i think we should just jump right in so do they introduction from vice said raise you're hand if you have a friend who's tried one of the following in the name of wellness apple cider vinegar gluten free food kalani fixer detoxing avoiding microwaves and anti per sprint to protect themselves from quote radiation and quote toxins or one who swears the crystals in their bedroom are responsible overall the positive changes they've made recently behold are ever growing list of today's most pervasive wellness lies a it goes on to say that there there may be a time when say there's a probiotic on the market that is proven to improve your mood but until that time arrives it's worth saving you time and money in keeping an eye on the research a somebody's name one more yano i think wrote this article a no they took the photos and he article the the person who wrote just as tonic editor so doesn't say hootie actual author was a and if you if you guys wanna help me debunk some of these must but they attempted debunk of course be sure to share this episode with friends or neighbors or a people have yet to to shove according to their backside 'cause they're missing a lot telling you i mean i see that kind of tongue in cheek but at the same time 'em pluses delvin you tell me what you think leave a comment after i go through these over in the show notes ben greenfield fitness dot com slash slice podcast one a myth number one pink himalayan salt is not more nutritious then table salts wallet may contain higher trace amounts of some minerals de amounts are insignificant in afford no additional health benefits so is pink himalayan salt more nutritious than regular table salt well first of all before diving into the question of himalayan salt i should mention be new research they came out last last year showing that ninety percent of table salt is chock full of microplastics now don't get me wrong microplastics have also been found in some see salts and so you do need to be cautious of the source of any of yourselves but i'm pretty careful not to just grab table salt because it is purportedly equal to himalayan salt now when we look at himalayan salt there is some interesting research about himalayan salt and there are some reasons but i don't really use himalayan salt very often at all in when when we step back and look at himalayan salt it is pretty high in sodium in it does have a relatively good mineral content compared the table salt meaning it's a little bit higher linked to three different a research articles that have shown himalayan salt does have some amount of trace mineral content that's a little bit higher table salt a however there are some downsides to himalayan salt that i think this article is it doesn't address but it is true that himalayan salt may not be doing you any favors over regular table salt a lot of himalayan salt comes from pakistan and a lot of them are sold pretty cheaply and they contain impurities for i contamination is one that's very common while ford is great fear teeth a it cannot be that great furrier peniel gland and further areas where it can accumulate within the body so himalayan salt not only has microplastics in it but only about four percent more trace minerals then table salt intends to be contaminated with a other elements of one of the more concerning ones that have recently spoke with my friend doctor mccoll about on a podcast is iron and especially for any man who's concerned about haemochromatosis or somebody interior you're resting and oxidation iron clause that should also give you reason for pause to cannot choose himalayan salt as a replacement for these say micro plastic infused table salt so as far as the type of salt but i tend to choose intend to go with a one of my favorites is helping solve a in and this is kind of grayish salt media has been bleached or washed so it's hiring mineral content but you could find it just about anywhere safeway rose ars albertson's tons you could buy it on amazon of course as i spoke about in a my podcast episode doctor robert slovak in which we discuss the mass spec analysis of a variety of different salt kilter read the highest and the trace mineral content of keltec salt a is about depending on the on the source about seven and a half the twenty three percent higher than himalayan salt so that's one reason that i choose it but in addition to that a celtics were shown to have almost non detectable levels of impurity contamination or iron end it does have as i mentioned in much higher mineral content so not only is it more pure but it is higher in minerals so my they might take away on thee on on on the vice comments about table salt is that a yes pin kenley insult isn't necessarily that much more nutritious then regular table salt but i still would meet regular table salt and i would instead you something like kill tick salt and probably a close second to that would be something called kaleen assault which is another salt they consume regularly that his harvested from the mexican coast a at the base of a mountain or water kinda trickles down over these rocks collects at this base and a in so it's not getting microplastics from the sea is actually coming from the mountains and that's a pretty good salt as well although they do wash it and they don't really washer bleach the catholic salt quite as much one of the things that i should note about salt is that a when when we look at some research that is done unnatural sea salt consumption a it has been shown to confer some protection paradoxically a fruit for many people who are in up to date on the latest research on salt against hypertension and also against kidney damage a this research did not have control group that was consuming table salt to see if table salt has any anti i hypertensive or kidney protected properties but that chocks yet another advantage up to perhaps traveling west or having in your pantry a some kind of a good mineral rich salt because of the kidney andy the deep bloodpressure a protection that could also give you so a i will link of course as i speak about anything to eighty two the salts values as well as to some of this research in the show notes let's move onto the next myth leptons are not bad for you invite says this family protein compounds found beans and other plants do not make those plants bad for you well this this upset me quite a bit because when we look at be research on the prevalence of auto immune diseases which by the way are highly reactive a when it comes to or or or or are highly affected by the consumption of leptons there is they host of datta you confined on pubmed med showing that leptons and also something called a gluten in which are basically forms of gluten based protein produce he significant amount of immunoglobulins antibodies against those leptons that aggravates de auto immune issues which is concerning considering about thirty percent of food contains electons i spoke with a doctor stephen gunnery about this in the podcast that i did with him now in addition to that with the growing prevalence of auto immune in by growing prevalence of what i mean by that america alone about fifty million as of the latest two thousand seventeen datta americans that's twenty percent of the population one in five people suffer from some form of an auto immune condition a and that auto immune condition is aggravated by thirty percent of the foods and are diet primarily electons anna gluten based proteins found in those foods a there have even been a studies in which they've shown it complete remission or cure of auto immune diseases in folks who follow eight left in free diet and a that that study also a supplement that looked in free diet with probiotics prebiotics paulie females a i suspect that they would seen very good results even without supplementation other probiotics prebiotics and the polly females but nonetheless for vice come out and say the elections are not bad for you they're basically screwing one in five people who would reid that and then go out and consume high electing containing foods beans legumes soy products at cetera none of which i'm against i mean hell i'm i'm eating like sprouted legumes and lentils and in all sorts of foods that contain trace amounts of leptons while i'm here at the swiss clinic but at the same time if i hadn't auto immune condition there's no way that i would be doing that you hear those those battles in the background behind me that's the that's the the swiss alps for you whether a herd of goats walking by the church bells something so sorry for the distraction but anyways a that second miss a i think is going to harm a lot of people and i definitely think that there is an issue with elect in an auto immune reactivity now these third myth pro biotics probably we can't boost your mood your immune system or you're overall wellness probiotics probably can boost your mood your immune system or overall wellness this was a real head scratcher for me because win when you go to the research which again i i will link to in the show notes a d the latest research as of two thousand eighteen has demonstrated that probiotic administration has positive effects on depressive feelings even unhealthy populations and this is of course likely due to the gut brain access andy effect of the bacterial profile on mood and emotion a another two thousand eighteen very recent study showed that in both human in rodent models a proactive formulations but include things like lactobacillus go back to us and befuddled bacterium a headache direction neuro chemicals effect on the central nervous system that affected anxiety like behaviors so we know that probiotic administration affects both anxiety and depression and then finally the nail in the coffin for me on this is a two thousand seventeen systematic review of the literature titled effects of probiotics on depressive symptoms in humans in this review analyze all the current body of research to date assessing these acts of probiotics robotic on symptoms of depression in humans and they reported a several studies that showed alleviation of depressive symptoms there were some studies that did not show this alleviation of depressive symptoms yet for vice the paint with a broad brush and say probiotics probably can boost your mood your immune system over overall wellness i think is an error and especially in people with despite ios us or a with with any type of bacterial imbalanced that could directly affect their mood i feel that probiotics are worthy canada's to consider for people who struggle with depression art the next myth kinda kinda up the probiotic alley come booja isn't making you any healthier yes it has some bazi sounding probiotics in it but they're not doing anything for you well let's see what the literature actually says about combo shot which is essentially you know it it's usually a black or green tea that's fermented seven plus days with specific strains of bacteria little bit of east well but of sugar sort of bacteria grows and i've done several podcast with folks who who who you know written books about combo china and the benefits of come boucher so first of all remember when you're consuming booja you're getting all the benefits of tea right so when you're consuming come boucher that uses green tea starter you're getting all of these bioactive compound the polish needles in the green tea your getting a the research that they've shown on green tea reduction visceral fat improvement in cholesterol balance assistance with blood sugar control even reduced risk of prostate breast and colon cancer there's there's a host of research on all of this you are getting v antioxidants that have been studied income booja end in rodent models in in in several times during this podcast i will mention models and yes rodents or not tiny humans but these studies do give us clues and there were four separate studies showing that come buscher producers liber toxicity caused by toxic chemicals in rodent models in some cases by at least seventy percent a they've also shown that you see the casket income booja can kill off potentially harmful microorganisms in the got an has very strong antibacterial properties specifically against candy dicky's an infection causing bacteria yes yes there are some people with yeast or fungal overgrowth who actually have a deleterious reaction combo job but i suspect that's more due to the consumption of come booja that contains a high amount of residual sugars added post fermentation then it is be agile bacteria or v a the compounds in come boucher itself a few studies have been done on these effects of combo john to markers that could affect a heart disease potentially ldl cholesterol showing eight protection of a ldl cholesterol particles from oxidation a an also a amongst green tea drinkers at thirty one percent lower risk of developing heart disease and remember combo shit is a form of green tea a combo has also been looked at in terms of its blood sugar controlling properties and this was a rodent model that showed improvement liver and kidney function and also in insulin sensitivity although the human studies on blood sugar control are not robots there one more review study of over three hundred thousand people that found that green tea drinkers had eighteen percent lower risk of developing diabetes a in the by by vice saying that come boucher isn't making any healthier that is again a huge head scratcher for me based on the research not only in the black in the green tea that come boucher actually is but also on the microorganisms that come booja it self contained also confer for many of the protected properties that i just described so a nail in the coffin to that one the next myth is that natural sugars like a guy they syrup in coconut sugar art any better for you than the reef find white stuff no i'm certainly gotten on my soapbox before instead that when you navigate through let's say you know hugs and nude sanity airport and you grab you're healthy to sugar snap peas and you turn over the label and it's got like whatever peas but then the top two ingredients are sunflower oil and let's say you know organic a guy they syrup with unicorn tiers that that is probably producing just as much a fluctuation in blood glucose in glycaemic variability and also inflammation due to the oils in that product as just say eating vegetable oil and shorter at the same time we'll let let's take the example of coconut sugar right coconut sugar is a product of the south of the coconut palm where farmers cut into the tree free they allow the nectar flow out the mix that sap with water they boil it down to a syrup and then they dry it and they crystallize it and when you compare a coconut sugar to regular schober well forever granulated sugar there's a new amount of minerals trace amounts of sodium trace amounts of calcium when you look at the same amount of coconut sugar a carbohydrate content is of course pretty much equal so it's gonna raise your blood sugar just as much as regular table schober but it's got six hundred and twentyfive milligrams of potassium a hundred and twenty five milligrams of sodium it has higher levels based on research and you could read about this from the food and nutrition research institute higher levels of iron higher levels of zinc higher levels of calcium l c m a trace amounts of fighter nutrients it scott pelley females it's got flab annoyed it's got a anthro so i ended in all a trace polyphenyls and i'm not saying you should eat coconut sugar for you're anti oxidants a however comparative table sugar i mean even consider this a it's glycemic index when when you look at the index of coconut sugar it hasn't glycemic index score of anywhere from thirty five to forty depending on what study you look at table sugar has been shown have a guy scenic index of sixty five right so table sugar is going to raise your blood glucose higher and faster than coconut sugar in so for for the vice magazine article to say that coconut sugar is no no better than tables or well if i had the choice and i was gonna choose a sweetener for for a cake or i was gonna you know sweeten a you know whatever ice cream that i'm making or anything like that i would certainly choose coconut sugar over tables or hands down based on the research so shove that that aside a the next myth anti per sprint does not cause breast cancer anti per sprint does not cause breast cancer this is based on the idea that aluminum base compounds and one of active ingredients in many underarm diaper sprints a the it's purported that it may be absorbed by the skin and we do know that the skin is of course just a giant mouth and it may have some effect on endocrine system specifically in estrogen like affecting because estrogen can promote the growth of breast cancer cells some folks have suggested that aluminum base compounds in anti per sprint may contribute to the development of breast cancer now i'm not aware of many studies that have that have looked into this but i was able to dig up a few and there's one study in two thousand seventeen that a look that this whole aluminum breast cancer puzzle and and specifically a some some epidemiological research on carcinogens a what they found was that there actually was eight higher amounts of aluminum concentration situation found in the tissue of folks with breast cancer versus those who did not have breast cancer an they also found higher amounts of aluminum and folks were using aluminum based in diaper sprints end deodorant now from me to to see those two pieces of datta end for me to also c h case control study in which they took a bunch of under arm a cosmetic products and in this case they they analyze two hundred nine female breast cancer patients once in two hundred nine healthy controls a they also found me accumulation of aluminum in breast tissue in the folks who had breast cancer so does that mean that because be aluminum is there that it causes cancer not necessarily but stepping back and looking at this people used aluminum based underarm diaper sprints okay and then we analyze those people were using those and those who have breast cancer end or using those heavy higher amounts of aluminum in their breast tissue wealth from me i'm gonna play it safe i'm gonna tell any female in my life that an anti per sprint that contains aluminum when you consider that there are eight host of natural anti per sprints that do not contain aluminum insurance not a smart idea so i'm not gonna say there's a smoking gun that shows that diaper sprints that contain aluminum caused breast cancer but they're certainly enough anecdotal evidence in also a indirect evidence ends of it potentially being an issue that i would play it safe and i i would ignore this myth as well from a from vice okay next smith alkali zinger body with alkaline water is not thing you can't change you're bodies ph through what you eat well in my recent interview with robert slovak on water we did both agree that based on d p h change of water as soon as hits your stomach that alkaline water is not staying alkaline when you consume it andy is probably not going to give you any additional benefits that being said there was a systematic review of this association between dietary acid of load alkaline water in cancer and a this was this is actually looking at this because alkaline water is in many cases in some alternative cancer treatments something that is recommended a they found no evidence for any any effect on diet acid load upon consumption of alkaline water yes there are some foods that have been shown to effect be a renal acid production reno acids score of some foods a dude does that showed some foods are alkaline producing foods lemon water is a perfect example one that actually vice mentions in this article is another myth that can have a net alkali ising effect upon the body a green vegetables dark green vegetables are another but but alkaline water does not seem to have that effect now there was one rodent model okay three years survival study on a hundred and fifty mice they did find an increase in lifespan an aide decrease he's in many of these accelerated aging factors that occurred during the lifespan of mice in the mice who drank alkaline water versus those who did not so there is perhaps some kind of physiological mechanism that's occurring occurring despite alkaline water not affecting renal acid load that may be causing it to have some kind of a beneficial effect but i think you need to be careful many of these alkaline water machines past the water over a metal plate in could potentially occur per or cause a metal accumulation within to issue a in addition more alkalinity is not better in that was recently telling someone this a just other day i had a friend who purchasing alkaline water machine shoved it up to the top value which i think is is nine to ten and her children started drinking water every day as their primary source of water and within i think it was two months a one of her children had a seizure out of the blue and i'm not saying it will be oakland water but i think that shoving the body in the two alkaline of the state can cause some potential metabolic a damage or or some kind of downstream issue so more is not better i i'm i'm a bigger fan of hydrogen bridgewater i'm a bigger fan of you cerium depleted water i'm a bigger fan of reverse osmosis filtration animal bigger fan of structured water then i am of alkaline water and you can go and listen to my podcast with robert slovak which i will link to in a resource for this podcast over at ben greenfield fitness dot com slash vice podcast one if you want to to kind of dig into some of the research on the structure water or on the new term depleted or in the hydrogen rich water okay next myth is that apple cider vinegar is good for salads it says apple cider vinegar will not cure acne or treat your acid reflux while what see what the research says about a apple cider vinegar no apple cider vinegar is made by crushing apples or apple cider to you east and then fermenting the sugars and turning the minute alcohol then bacteria is added to that alcoholics solution fermented and a you get high concentrations of of a see the gas it as a byproduct and that's the main active component in vinegar now organic unfiltered apple cider vinegar which is the type i drink i drink the brags brand apple cider vinegar that also contains what's called the mother the same thing you'll find in some versions of come booja specially homemade conclusion that strands of protein and enzymes and bacteria that kind of gives apple cider vinegar that cloudy appearance now when when we look at apple cider vinegar first of all there is research that shows that acidic acid in vinegar can kill pathogens and connect as almost like a natural antibacterial can also treat nail fungus it's been shown to be old tree life street warts a tree you're infection and this is all based on research is not like old old wives tales a it is also something that upon consumption and i've talked about this before about a shot of apple cider vinegar prior to a carbohydrate rich meal a it has been shown to be able to improve insulin sensitivity a during high carb meal by nineteen to thirty four percent depending on the research that you look at significantly lowering blood sugar and insulin response a reduced his budget by thirty four percent after eating fifty grams of white bread two tablespoons apple cider vinegar before you go to bed can reduce you're fasting blood sugar in the morning by four percent and numerous other studies in humans should at dinner can improve insulin function anna lower blood sugar levels after meals a apple cider vinegar has also been shown to reduce belly fat okay one tablespoon a day has been shown a in a study of a hundred and seventy five people with obesity who didn't change anything else a reduction in fat mass a over time a of two point six pounds two tablespoons tablespoons reduction fat mass by three point seven pounds over three month period of time that's not huge number three month period of time but it is significant highlighting that apple cider vinegar likely based on insulin sensitivity that it could induce is also so useful as a weight loss aid animal studies on apple cider vinegar show river deduction in triglycerides levels along with several other heart disease risk factors of vinegar has been shown to reduce blood pressure in rodent models it's been shown to regulate kidney function a there was one study from harvard that 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you're first pair of birdies and see why they've been in american icon since nineteen sixty fricken one myth number nine you don't need to detox with the juice cleanse well speak of the devil i'm here at eight detox retreat a i've written entire article at ben greenfield fitness dot com about whether or not detoxification is a myth now delivering the kidneys are your body's primary to detoxification oregon's as well the skin veal which you release quite a few toxins which i'll get into when i discussed the the myth on infrared saunas that device article discusses so a d the liver a drink phase one phase two detoxification is going to neutralize and breaking the smaller fragments toxins a it in phase two is going to buying those other molecules creating a new nontoxic molecule that's the knicks greeted in bile or and urine orange stool and several nutrients have been studied nutrients that are usually part of a detox vacation profile to support both phase one phase two detoxification pathways i'm talking about things like gluten by own fish oil a end all three carbon which you finding cruciferous vegetables as well as in supplementation form of vitamin b complex is magnesium there are multiple studies that have demonstrated the advocacy of these type of nutrients for supporting proper her liver detoxification pathways a now in addition to that there are also studies that have shown specific a so called and you know superfoods or you know fringe compounds to people who supports detox vacation like a sign of bacteria that's a specific type of bacteria found inspire alina it's been shown v i on exchange binding to be able to significantly reduce heavy metal toxicity in tissue to remove over eighty five percent of arsenic in tissue to prevent metal toxicity from occurring in road and models i will say a win rodents were given floride it's been shown to reduce lead accumulation in rural tissue to protect against heavy metal cadmium build up to attenuate mercury accumulation in human testes a there they're so speier lena you know that's one of the few molecules that has a very large body of evidence to support us detoxifying activity other compounds like dandy lion extract like ginseng like zinc also have been clinically proven to reduce heavy metal build up a milk thistle so extract in studies have been shown to protect and promote the growth of liver cells to defy oxidation to block toxins from entering the cell membrane a silver in a group of antioxidants extracted from the seeds of milk thistle have been shown to be especially effective in promoting liver health and to enhance detoxification by preventing the depletion of glued asylum that's also something that you can get in a in dandy lion leaf or dandy lion route in addition to that we also know that the production of bile and the paris salsas induced by things like colin therapy can increase by all production by the liver increased parasol says an after phase one phase two detoxification allow for an accelerated release of those toxins v a d a stool now yes vices correct when they say you're body has a built in detoxification system in the form of your liver your kidneys but just because you were liver and kidneys are there that doesn't mean you assume that you could just beat them up all day long not consume any nutrients that support their function not engage in any practices that support the release of the toxins v a bio video you earn envious sweater that delivering kidneys are producing such as everything from limb food flow dry skin brushing a collage knicks animal was rebounding infrared sauna all of these things can enhance detoxification using myself as a case study i went from extremely high levels mercury of lead of aluminum almost undetectable levels and i just recently published all my latest blood results on twitter if you gotta do a twitter dot com slash ben greenfield and scroll through you could see my latest comprehensive blood results my heavy metal a levels have dropped rock bottom once i started to support my liver and kidneys so i disagree with this this myth is well i do think that some type of a regular detoxification protocol whether it's a weekly coffee enema or a daily infrared sauna or frequent consumption of things like spiraling dandy lion included by on i think that there's definitely something to be said for that now on a related note to detoxification the next is that activated charcoal is only helpful if you're in the e r and you need stomach pumped driven e r and you need your stomach bumped so activated charcoal messes their spine odorless black powder in it is often used in emergency rooms to treat overdoses because it does have toxin absorbing properties a super heating carbon like what produces activated charcoal and then the black powder binds to toxins irvine's let's say something that's poisoning you in food that you just consume which is why it's also relatively effective for food poisoning a it is true there not much conclusive large scale research on activated charcoal okay a activated charcoal may be able to assist kidney function and k because it can remove toxins derived from urea the main byproduct of protein digestion some animal studies do show the activated charcoal can help improve kidney function introduced gee i damaging information in animals with chronic kidney disease a in another rats study rats width damage kidneys were given four four grams a day of activated charcoal and had significant reductions in intestinal inflammation in damage another study rats with chronic renal failure experienced improved kidney function and reduced rate of kidney inflammation damage upon activated charcoal consumption and but in humans there also a they're also benefits a liquid gases trapped in the intestine bloating many people deal with this i take activated charcoal every time i fly on an airplane because of this or not crop dusting entire flight a sample of people with a history of excessive gassing their intestines they took about five hundred milligrams of activated charcoal three times a day before a follow up intestinal ultrasound examination and they were able to see significant reduction in intestinal smell gas and thirty four percent of the participants were given it reduced their gas an improved goi symptoms a there is also a two thousand seventeen study in which a folks who were given activated charcoal had a significant reduction bloating related abdominal domino pain of the european food safety authority has reported there's enough human evidence to support the use of activated charcoal to reduce gas to reduce bloating considering a lot of people deal with that there are definite uses for activated charcoal a two thousand seventeen reviewed studies on activated charcoal diarrhea show that activated charcoal can prevent bacteria and drugs that cause diarrhea from being absorbed into the body by trapping these drugs and the bacteria on the porous textured surface of the charcoal end the i i took activated charcoal yesterday i took it yesterday because i i felt ill a i i had bloating had gas something i was doing during this detoxification the cations obviously affecting me i don't know what it was i took about five hundred milligrams of activated charcoal within two hours hours writers rain i felt great again admittedly that's purely anecdotal but i certainly used activated charcoal quite bit a in my own die especially when i'm traveling especially when i fly especially when i'm eating suspect food a i i do not think it's only helpful as by says if you're in the e r and you need your stomach pumped okay the next myth myth number eleven charcoal toothpaste doesn't strengthen your teeth and might wear away you're enamel well considering the charcoal based toothpaste is probably one of these trendy is dental products around i i think this is worthy of discussion there was a pretty new review two thousand nineteen published in the british dental journal in which they examined fifty different charcoal toothpastes and what they discovered was that although so ninety six percent of those toothpaste claimed have teeth whitening properties they found that it could were duck reduce any floride in the toothpaste completely inaccurate the floor and yes i'm not a fan of oral floride consumption a systemic the stomach like swallowing for rider consuming forwarded water before it is good for the teeth an activated charcoal can inactivate any floride that might happen to be in the toothpaste that you're using in addition to that it was found that activated charcoal may actually indeed where down enamel in the teeth and may cause some amount of dental damage this is the first myth we're finally the myth number eleven where i based on the research i did upon reading this article have to agree with vice and i was a little surprised when i found that hey not only is there very little research on the benefits of charcoal toothpaste but be because it is reducing the amount of florida in your mouth and because it is potentially damaging enamel when you're t i will likely not not be using charcoal toothpaste any longer so congratulations vice a over the course of forty four different missed you've convinced me to dust far a switch toothpaste all right all my kito friends remember this next one the kito genyk diet is not a magical weight loss trick it works like every other diet by putting you in a calorie deficit bucket also leads to nutritional deficiencies kito genyk diet and nutritional deficiencies sees is it true well potentially contemporary kito genyk diet standard kito genyk diet usually women in carbohydrates to about twenty five and fifty grams per day so when you when you limit carbohydrates to that extent there are some potential deficit's that can accumulate aside from the glaring factor that if you're active that that net reduction in glucose may result in some amount of thyroid deficit due to to unavailable glucose for proper thyroid conversion of t fortythree may result in some amount of like a protein degradation in joints and for an active person i think twenty five and fifty grams is way too low i mean i'm stated nutritional cryptos us almost twenty four hours a day i'd a hundred two hundred grams of carbohydrates per day but that's because i am an athlete in training and i prioritize getting enough glycogen my body to be able to support word things like things like my under current system and i have multiple articles on my website which i highlighted some of these under current issues particularly thyroid and testosterone issues that i experienced by limiting carbohydrates to that twentyfive fifty grams a day drawing about a year and a half of training with they very low a carbohydrate diet akita genyk diet studies have shown that akita genyk diet can cause a deficiency of potassium okay so vices onto something dietary potassium deficiencies are one issue this is why hyman role intake high potassium intake can be useful for folks on kito genyk diet because he dumped glycogen you also dump water in you dumped minerals this is also why low amounts of sodium can and also be eight nutritional deficiency that is quite common in folks a following akita genyk diet a dietary potential renal acid lowdown akita genyk diet that is rich in meats and also includes a lot of things like let's say coffee which i know a lot of kita genyk proponents consume not have anything against coffee but when you at the same time or not eating a lot of alkali ising fruits or vegetables you can create a net renal acid load in this has been shown and literature and that could further a strip minerals from your body that net metabolic acidosis deck and build up of course we've already established the just drinking alkaline water is not going to fix that while consuming alkaline rich minerals in in some amount of alkaline rich fruits or vegetables ten which is why i'm a big fan of plant rich kito genyk diet or if you're gonna go more like a carnivore kito genyk approach or you have issues from a dietary or gut health standpoint with consumption of plants including plenty of minerals in akita genyk or or carnivores type of approach foley deficiencies have been shown to be an issue on akita genyk diet those could be fixed by say consuming liver or a or consuming some type of full lights up a supplement a vitamin c r another that's another deficiency on akita genyk diet that a big that again could be fixed without supplementation or with the inclusion of vitamin see rich plants and small amounts of say a berries for example a there there are a not a lot of other nutritional deficiencies aside from minerals so late in vitamin c that have been shown in research to be an issue on akita genyk diet so yes the device article is correct but at the same time most of this stuff can be overcome by eating adequate carbohydrates what you can do and still stay in a state of ketosis and then including minerals including vitamin see in including folate so a heads i i think they're they're kind of sort of right with that myth a but at the same time it's not that big of a deal if your eating kito genyk diet and being smart about it the next lemon water will not boost your metabolism a i agree on that it says it won't talk to her body iser buddy acid content can eat away at your tooth enamel well lemon water like i mentioned and it is alkyl winnick it it can contribute to a reduction in net metabolic acidosis or an increase in a alkalinity it's also very high in vitamin c it does contain trace amounts of full weight and potassium speaking of nutritional deficiencies on kito genyk diet a lemon water also has antioxidant properties a slab noise from citrus fruits like women are linked in multiple research studies to blood circulation benefits to insulin sensitivity benefits and also to reduction in oxidative stress in oxidative damage although they oxidative stress oxidative damage piece was in wrote in models a lemon water also contain time on a separate in has been shown in six different human studies studies to be successful in helping to treat kidney stones probably because it prevents calcium combining with other compounds informing stones in restoring the europeans ability to prevent kidney stone formation a in addition to that there is some evidence that it may help to relieve constipation a in may help to improve feelings of fullness a it is not going to necessarily help you lose weight it's not going to fight cancer it's or it's not that great of a detox vacation compound andy yes if you're not careful drinking a lot of lemon water can cause acidity in the teeth although if you're smart it's not that hard to drink bring something in not splash it all over your teeth so starting your day with a squeeze a an entire limon even with some see solved in a glass of water as many wellness a folks in wellness sector advocated or or a in courage i don't think isn't issue at all i think the pros outweigh the cons just don't like smeared over you're t a you can also when it comes to preserving your teeth enamel because that acid can erode your teeth enamel a you can make sure you're not drinking a ton of lemon water canoes this really cool high tech new invention called ace draw you can rent your mouth with plain water and then spit that water outs to get rid of a little bit of that to the mammal you could eat foods that neutralize acids such as dairy as a matter of fact xylitol like xylitol gum can also alkali is you're mouse incan neutralize the acid you can maybe not brush your teeth right after you drink lemon water and you could and even helped to support you cheat the mammal by eating a diet that has been shown to be very helpful for the teeth namely using and approach like the west and eight price approach and he he was a dennis new traveled around the world and he used a lot of nutritional strategy such she's a reduction processed sugar increasing organ meat and dairy ghee all sorts of helpful compounds to support teeth and support bones so the lemon water kind of like the kito genyk diet is something that could pretty easily be avoided if you're not an idiot okay it's already sunday you there sorry i'm a nice guy really so a number fourteen dark chocolate is probably not better for you than other sweets they say that studies have shown a connection between chocolate consumption and better health but that doesn't prove that chocolate is the reason well i certainly agree that dark chocolate is good i don't think vices saying that that the cow in dark chocolate is not beneficial we know cal cal contains a variety of antioxidants particularly flat annoyed a we know cal has high levels of mineral high levels of antioxidants we know chocolate itself is rich in magnesium is rich in zinc and we know that studies on the five words from chocolate have shown that it can stimulate nitric oxide production and the body a causing it reduction in blood pressure a one two thousand fifteen study investigating these acts of chocolate conception sixty people chocolate now is not how flab annoyed they found a sixty people with type two diabetes and high blood pressure who eight twenty five grams of dark chocolate daily for eight weeks had a significantly lower blood pressure compared to a control group that eight white chocolate another two thousand seventeen review on a host of studies on dark chocolate showed that it would have improvement in blood pressure end reduced risk of cardiovascular disease the polly females and the theobromine in cholesterol could have coalesce or in a in chocolate but rather and have cholesterol regulating properties one two thousand seventeen study showed that eating dark chocolate for fifteen days in a row resulted in any significant increase in hdl cholesterol levels another study in two thousand eighteen shut consuming large amounts of seventy percent dark chocolate increased immune activity and supported the immune system a another human study a over the course of eight weeks with thirty grams of eighty five percent dark chocolate each day reduced inflammatory markers and people people with type two diabetes another six month study from two thousand eighteen found that eating two grams of seventy percent dark chocolate each day could lower fasting glucose levels and reduce insulin resistance i've talked before about defective effective east flab unwinds specifically in cow on increasing cognitive performance and even helping to prevent neuro degenerative conditions like old timers disease and parkinson's disease so the majority of the benefits are likely not as you could imagine from the milk and the sugar in some of these compounds that are added to the couch attorney into that nice addictive chocolate bar that you might have after dinner each night but small amounts of the cow extractors small amounts of dark chocolate per day have a pretty hefty amount of both human an rodent research behind them on antioxidant on heart disease risk on anti inflammatory effects on insulin resistance and on brain function that suggests to me that win vice magazine says dark chocolate is probably not better feud and other sweets well somebody puts two grams dark chocolate in front of me into grams of gummy bears based on the research i've seen i'm reaching for the dark chocolate and i would also argue that it is better for me than the gummy bears so i i think a vice is wrong on this one all right herself with this gluten is perfectly fine for the vast majority of people well this is very similar to what i was talking about with fifty million americans with auto immune disease earlier in this podcast any issues with select and remember that i mentioned that same study also looked at a gluten and found the it also was significant aggregated or or aggravate or of auto immune issues in addition to that non celia gluten sensitivity like folks who don't have sealy act disease is something that is included in the spectrum diagnose civil gluten related disorders a in this is something that there have been many books written about showing defects of the glee adam proteins in gluten a clause in direct intestinal damage a gluten in glee out in can also to reduce the synthesis of nucleic acids like dna an rn hey they can alter cellular morphology and mody vacant ultra oxidative balance they can alter injury so or contact me the tight junction proteins in your stomach they have been shown and specifically wheat germ a gluten to trigger nonfatal yet gluten sensitivity like symptoms such as a lot of these irritable bowel issues a lot of the bloating lot of the gas even a lot of being neural inflammation those discussed in the book grain brain in addition to that many gluten containing frames grains are are chock full of fruit tens in fermentable off automats meaning all ago sack rides die sack rides motto sacher rides and paulie all all of which have been shown to contribute in folks who are five map sensitive to neurological disorders fibromyalgia psychological disturbances dermatitis a i i'm not saying gluten in of itself is bad heck i'm in europe i i've been eating bread and pasta before i arrived at this this a swiss clinic in while i'm on a strict gluten free diet here i think that any absence of life assayed in herbicides and pesticides that can render the got barrier permeable and cause a lot of these large gluten based proteins to to to cause a lot of issues that i'm discussing i think the by eating in non gmo's organic source of grain that you can limit a lot of issues that i think herbicides and pesticides have when they go hand in hand with gluten but at the same time if you reach the book grain brain if you read the book we belly you concede there's a lot of doubt that gluten is not fine for everybody i think it's someone with a perfectly healthy gut who's eating organic non gmo's source the grain that gluten is not that big of an issue a but for them and say gluten is perfectly fine for the vast majority of people entreated consider that fifty million americans and that was that it from two thousand seventeen so it's probably higher than that now a i i think that very similar electron devices not doing people have very good service by saying this so non so yeah gluten sensitivity is eight thing look it up all include the research in the show notes a you cannot simply paint with a broad brush and say gluten is just fine for the vast majority of people because it's not okay the next study you can't sweat out toxins sweating izzy bodily function that regulates temperature when you're hot not a means of screening waste or moving toxins are you effing kidding me there have been studies since the early two thousands monitoring elimination of bio accumulated toxic elements in blood and urine in sweat they have found that sweat is eight significant way to get rid of over a hundred and twenty different toxic elements one systematic review done in two thousand and twelve showed enormous amounts of arsenic cadmium lead lead and mercury being eliminated viet the sweat viet the skin your body's largest detoxification oregon there is they host of datta i was just looking at eight physicians textbook the other day on the use of hyper thermic treatments minutes per metal detoxification end for cancer i personally am doing full body for our hypersonic treatments while i'm here at this retreat i do infrared sauna treatments every day i told you about my reduction in heavy metal accumulation earlier i cannot even freaking wrap my head around why vice would say the only reason you sweat is to keep you cool that is simply not true science has shown again for now almost two decades sweating is incredibly important to mercury and other metal detoxification as well as reduction and things like a flame retardant toxicants accumulation miss you know eight or bph accumulation all linked all the research share a in the show notes but this one is just only needed to say that much about it just shocked me as did be the next myth myth number seventeen the infrared saunas do not detox you well i don't need to even addressed this very very long period of time because i just told you about all the research on sweat now in addition to that as far as the actual research on infrared saunas saunas in general may i point you to be fabulous a hypersonic research and sauna research that my friend doctor rhonda patrick tax collected has accumulated on her website at down my fitness dot com i will link to her sauna report in the show notes to this podcast but regular sauna practice whether or not it's infrared has been shown to improve heart function in one of the studies on that was far infrared dry sauna treatment for fifteen minutes at a time that showed increase in heart rate variability higher levels of plasma brain nature at a peptide concentrations higher levels of beating enough in that was not a regular sauna it was an infrared sauna son has also been shown to help to lower chronic pain pain in human clinical studies decree symptoms of pain and stiffness caused better insulin sensitivity in folks who had type two diabetes it's been shown to improve a cognitive behavioral profiles and people lifting mood probably do the doping increase a lower self ratings were pain depression in anger there are eight host of studies on not just saunas but also infrared saunas on detoxification elements cardiovascular elements heat shock protein production longevity in a host of other benefits yes many of those studies were done on folks who were using irregular dry sauna like the finish men study but there are other studies that show that infrared it's on his specifically probably due to the fact of the bio photons and also be wavelength the infrared penetrating more deeply into the tissue causing eight greater amount of sweat produced there's something unique about an infrared sauna that results in benefits especially if it's hot enough they go over and above a regular dry sauna indefinitely above a steam sauna and i'm careful steam songs anyways just because a lot of gyms lot of health clubs they don't they don't filtered water that you're sucking in a steam room or in a in a wet sauna so i'm pretty careful with those i personally just owning using something called the clear light low nf infrared sauna so a myth number eighteen coconut oil will not help you lose weight will not lower your cholesterol or kill germs and viruses so there are evidence based health benefits of coconut oil that go on and on and on so not only are is coconut oil currently being studied as a treatment for epilepsy see all timers enter other conditions as you can read about in the book such as dale bredesen's in the vault signers a there's also i believe her name is mary newport has some very good books on coconut oil in on amazon but you could look up oh we know anecdotally that there are many populations that eat over sixty percent of their calories coconuts a like a some south pacific islanders who win studied despite having hide genetic risk for heart disease these were found to be an excellent health very low rates of heart disease tomlin's or another very good example of that a one study found that consuming fifteen to thirty grams a medium chain tiger woods rides a driving coconut oil could increase twentyfour our energy expenditure by about five percent so that's a hundred twenty calories per day that long term could actually result in some weight loss benefits we know that b twelve carbon work asset that makes up about fifty percent w acids and coconut oil it forms of substance called model lauren in both laurent gasset in mount of warren have been shown to kill harmful pathogens like bacteria viruses like fun guy not only in the mouth which is a reason that oil polling can be beneficial a but also in the got the coconut oils been shown to help kill kill us staphylococcus or is like mersa very dangerous pathogen it's been shown to kill you stuck indeed elba cans a common source of yeast infections in people a coconut oil has also been shown to have significant appetite stabilizing in satiated shading affects making you likely to consume less calories when you include small amounts of coconut oil or medium chain triglycerides and you're diet a they have been studying coconut oil specifically in conjunction with kito genyk diet an epileptic patience as a way to increase be rated which one can enter into ketosis although admittedly if you're just trying to save on calories key tones salts tito investors are still probably better but coconut oil has benefits in the case of reducing seizures in epileptic children coconut oil raises h d l a in one study of forty women coconut oil reduced total in ldl cholesterol an increased hdl compared to soybean oil i'm not saying that a reduction ldl cholesterol is associated with a reduced risk of heart disease because it's not but at the same time if there is a reduction in a particle count or an increase in particle size reduction in small ldl particles or a simultaneous increasing hdl that does suggest an improvement in the cardiovascular profile folks were including coconut oil in their diet and then we also know the coconut oil has many studies many studies showing a reduction in symptoms of eczema which to their credit it vice does say eczema relief is legit so they do admit that it's also been shown to be able to block about twenty percent of you'd be raised from the sun meaning it's affective as a week sunscreen if you can't get your hands on sunscreen coconut oil can work pretty well let's protect it begins hair damage and it has like i mentioned a little earlier a v a process called oil polling been shown to be able to kill many of the harmful bacteria in the mouth improved dental health and even reduce bad breath or hallett hostess consumption of medium chain triglycerides has been shown to improve brain function in patients with milder forms of all timers a an also to reduce symptoms of alzheimer's finally coconut oil consumption has been shown to be able to reduce deuce visceral fat one of the worst forms of belly fat lodging and then domino cavity around other organs a in one study on forty women with abdominal obesity supplementing two tablespoons of coconut oil per day led to a significant reduction in that abdominal obesity city over a period of twelve weeks okay so when they say coconut oil will not help you lose weight lower your cholesterol kill germs and viruses again there is a host the data that shows that that is a lie and vices just publishing this to probably has a lot of people like me off and get extra traffic to their website that's all i can figure out because obviously all of you listening is a brilliant ridi article right so i guess what they're saying what they're doing here is working a little bit but hopefully this replies hoping you guys out a little bit to be able to navigate some of the lies the media spreads and why just cause some things written on a popular website doesn't necessarily mean you should believe it all right i'm gonna cover off four more minutes in today's podcast myth number nineteen oil polling is not dental care they say if oil polling with coconut oil is doing anything for your oral health is likely from the mechanical motion of swishing not because it's disinfecting or decrease or or or a detoxing you're mouth well i already mentioned the effect of laurent acid and model lauren on a on the the got on ten data on staphylococcus and also human studies on oil polling in reducing dental bacteria in addition to that a systematic review done in two thousand seventeen on oil polling firm maintaining oral hygiene in oil pulling by the way i guess i should say this i do it every single day for about ten minutes you swish a bunch of oil and you're mouth usually something like coconut oil sesame oil is another popular ones sometimes sunflower oil there are many companies on amazon and sell a blend of different essential oils that have different antibacterial properties you swish you swish swish then you spit out preferably not into the sink or the toilet because because that oil can clog the pipe spun into a trash can and then you rinse with water and you swish the water around and you do that a couple of times you spit everything out and a you know my my local dennis prescribes oil polling and gives a special oil point oil to all of their patients olive oil and coconut oil are probably the two easiest and most common oils to poland well this systematic review on oil pulling for oral hygiene found that oil polling is incredibly effective on improving oral hygiene a an sites eight ton of different research studies on sesame oil on olive oil on coconut oil on black scores ginger all scores wars bacterial colonies in the mouth and shows that oil point isn't effective preventative oral hygiene method when practice daily period okay an end i mean were talking about over thirty five different studies on this practice which has been part of oral hygiene as a traditional folk remedy practice in ancient india for a long time i'm never one to say just because people have been doing it per thousand years that it's good i don't like it when folks say you know traditionally done for thousands thousands of years and some remote region of china i don't think that necessarily means that it's right i mean people were like eating other people a in some regions of the world for a long time and i don't think that means that we should eat her neighbors but at the same time oil polling following is not cannibalism and it is something that has been shown to be effective the next myth the claims about college and supplements are way over hyped taking them won't give you nicer skin or better hair let's see what the latest two thousand nineteen systematic review of dermatological applications on oral college and supplementation actually says eleven studies with a total of eight hundred and five patients were included in this review view eight studies used college in hyde brawler saint upper eight to twenty four weeks for the treatment of pressure alters rosso skin aging and so you like to studies used college and try peptide a one study used college in die peptide almost every study showed notable improvements in skin elasticity and hydration were were talking about anywhere from two to three grams a day considering i typically used anywhere from twenty to forty grams of college and or qian he knows each day a based on some of the research that mark system has presented on his website on college and he's big on college and granted he sells college and granted i sell amino acids but oral college and supplements have been shown tune to increase skin elasticity increase skin hydration increased dermal halogen density in college and supplementation based on this most recent review in the journal of drugs were dermatology found that it is reported as generally save with no reported adverse effects an eight host of benefits for skin quality enfor hair quality end for cellulite so i am a huge fan of bone broth i'm a huge fan of amino acids i'm a huge fan of college jim preferably in eight hydrolysed eight or a try peptide or die peptide form based on the research that i've seen so when they say the claims about college and supplements are way over hyped i mean i i would say there are some folks to say it has this massive antiaging affected i don't think it has but when vice says taking them won't give you a nicer skinner better hair that's simply not true and it's it's been shown in many studies that it can okay weighted blankets blankets art eight treatment for mental health issues weighted blankets are are heavy blankets a lot of people swear by for increasing sleep on set for a decreasing anxiety for decreasing symptoms of insomnia and when we look at the evidence a the best evidence the date comes from a study done in two thousand fifteen in the journal of sleep medicine and disorders in which they studied thirty one adults with chronic insomnia and they gave them weighted blankets a this was a self reports study and it was not asleep labs study mean they won't using plus me all graffiti or brain wave measurements the measure sleep but a significant number of the study participants meaning eighty percent of them reported getting better sleep in feeling more refreshed the next morning probably because the weighted blankets as was hypothesized by the researchers who led the study may stimulate the release of neuro transmitters and activate para sympathetic nervous system another study looked at children were eighty hd forty two children children agent eight through thirteen with eighty hd saw significant reduction in the time that took these kids to fall asleep in the number of middle of the night awakenings a another research study on kids with autism spectrum disorder found that the weighted blanket did not necessarily have an effect on sleep but the children all preferred to sleep with de weighted blanket it's doing something i have recently began to used eight weighted blankets on top of my comfort or a just just a trial it and see what it's like i think it's a very comforting i think it's a very soothing there's something about it that is doing something many of these studies suggest that is indeed the case and again the journal of sleep medicine and disorders the title of that study was positive effects of a weighted blanket on insomnia if you have insomnia i definitely think it's worth trying a and they say it's not a treatment for mental health issues but yet in children with eighty hd and to a lesser extent in children children autism it is at least improving sleep quality which i think is is hugely beneficial so i i would not throw out you're weighted blanket i would not just county idea of buying one so a weighted blankets i give but thumbs up to next organic cotton tampons and menstrual cops are safer and don't protect you from toxic shock syndrome this is based on a variety of different articles floating around the internet that say that organic tampons or better because a tampons could act as as aubrey marcus said when i had him on the show pushy cigarettes a hand i certainly agree i haven't seen any evidence that the body is going to be overloaded when you're using non organic tom pond to the extent that the kidneys in the liver cannot keep up with amount of toxins absorbed by those and the body's gonna shut down and going the toxic shock syndrome i think that's fear mongering however the vagina ladies is the most absorbing part of your body anything you put inside can easily be absorbed through the mucous membranes and then into your bloodstream and the vagina is highly absorbent so whatever's in the tampon could eventually end up in your body you're mucous membranes in your eyes you have the money you're mouth young man you got but the vagina is definitely very similar to those other issues in that it can absorb compounds from anything that is put into it that is why some pharmaceuticals are prescribed bribed as badgen all suppository or similarly as they rectal depository there are not that many studies that show pesticide or dioxin absorption through the vagina to things that have been cited as chemicals of concern in conventional tampons but they're a there certainly are some studies that show that there is a small amount of pesticide absorption there's a small amount of dioxin absorption there is a small amount of asbestos absorption option all three are actually found in conventional tampons a as far as pesticides one independent non peer reviewed study found pesticides as something that was in regular non organic tampons okay so this is one of those issues where toxic shock syndrome a rare and potentially fatal condition caused by a toxin producing overgrowth of bacteria that has not been shown to be caused by non organic tampons however higher levels of toxins and cotton tampons versus regular tampons in higher levels of toxins overall in conventional tampons especially those that are scented have been shown to be eight thing and this is one of those deals where kind of similar to say 'em worthy of anti per sprint one that i did there's not a smoking gun but at the same time if i were you ladies i would play it safe a considering that just as there are organic non aluminum or not organic but non aluminum sources of perseverance their organic tampons and i think it is worth using your ganic versions based on the fact that your vagina is basically it giant mouth and i think that's what i'm going to title this podcast your vagina is a giant mouth a that's a good note to end on isn't it so that that's part one those were the first twenty two mets from vice and i'm going to link to that article on vice in these show notes as well as all the research studies that i have cited in today's podcast over at ben greenfield fitness dot com slash vice podcast one i'll be coming soon with the second part of this podcast which goes into everything from eating plus enters the microwaves to crystals to meditation but until then leave me your questions your comments your feedback any argument you have for or against me or this article over in the show notes at ben greenfield fitness dot com slash advice podcast one and thank you for listening thanks for listening to today's show you can grab all the show notes resources pretty much everything that i mentioned or and ben greenfield fitness dot com along with plenty of other goodies from me including these highly helpful ben recommends page which is a list of pretty much everything that i've ever recommended for hormone sleep digestion fat loss performance and plenty more please also know that all the links all 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532 - Can You Eat Too Much Fiber?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

13:25 min | 1 year ago

532 - Can You Eat Too Much Fiber?

"Hello this is monica my neighbor and you're listening to the nutrition diva podcast welcome this episode is supported by snap kitchen snap kitchen makes healthy eating easy their team of chefs and dietitians develops meals with well sourced high quality ingredients there's no gluten hormones or artificial preservatives and their fresh delicious balanced meals come right to your door and requires zero cooking just heat enjoy it's fun food which serious standards get started at snap kitchen dot com and use the promo code december to save twenty dollars a week on your first four weeks today's episode topic was proposed by lisa so who called in on the nutrition diva listener line hey monica i have a question about whether to watch fiber causes nutrient deficiency i read that in excessive amount of fiber find which minerals including calcium magnesium zinc end iron preventing them from being absorbed by the body is their ability to these claims hunting show how much fiber when he could be consumed on a daily basis or this problem to take effect in other words what do we consider to be excessive fiber i thank you lisa this is a really interesting question so thanks for calling in lisa the recommended daily allowance for fiber is about thirty grams per day now they average intake in the u s is somewhere in the neighborhood of fifteen grams per day so the typical american would need to double their fiber intake just to meet the recommended amount but is the recommended amount of fiber to slow already fiber was that decades ago and it was based on research showing that fiber was beneficial for digestive health weight management and may also play a role in moderating cholesterol levels and here's how all of that works fiber from foods absorbs water in takes up a lot of space and this helps with weight management by filling up the stomach and making us feel more full on fewer calories fiber also binds to certain food elements such as cholesterol and that means that as the food and moves through the small intestine less of the cholesterol is absorbed into the bloodstream and then it continues through the digestive tract fiber also helped move waste matters through the large intestine and that prevents constipation andrew reduces your risk of colon cancer however in more recent years we've become aware of another important and way that fiber supports our health and that is by supporting the health of our gut bacteria the greater amount and variety of plant fiber that we including are diet the more varied in row bust that population of beneficial bacteria becomes studies have shown that increasing fiber to fifty grams a day positively changes the composition of the got microbiomes in a surprisingly short period of time but lisa raises interesting question is there any danger of consuming too much fiber well the institute of medicine hasn't set and upper limit on fiber meaning that there is no amounted which is considered toxic now that doesn't mean that an excess the fiber couldn't make you pretty uncomfortable though people who quickly under drastically increase their fiber intake sometimes experienced gas cramping and bloating and taking very large amounts of fiber supplements can also causes intestinal blockages specially if you don't take them with enough water now here's an interesting little sidebar if you suffer from constipation you may have tried increasing your fiber intake and if it doesn't help it may be that you're constipation is not due to inadequate fiber and in that case too much fiber may actually be making the problem worse one study of patients with chronic constipation found that many of them were taken quite high amounts of fiber to no avail end and in this situation they found that reducing the amount of fiber in the diet often lead to improvement in symptoms but getting back to our main topic could excessive fiber also negatively affect nutrient absorption or we're gonna get into that after these messages from our 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in the usa spaces hunger and that number goes up during the summer months when children lose access to school meal programs undeniably dairy and america's dairy farmers farmers have been passionate about providing food to families for a long time and this summer they're building on dairies commitment to nourishing communities by partnering with feeding america to fight the child hunger dairy isn't accessible affordable sources many essential nutrients in a time when eating healthy only seems to get more complicated plus ninety five percent of dairy farms are family owned and most milk is made less than a two hour drive from where it's old so when you buy cheese yogurt or milk you're supporting dairy farm families near you helped get food to the families who need it go to give a gallon dot com to donate to a food bank in your community and then stay tuned at the end of today's episode hear more about this important initiative firm a very special guest boxer leyla ali and now back to leases question could a high fiber diet negatively impact nutrient absorption idea is that fiber could bind to minerals in a way that prevents fence there absorption in the small intestine and some studies have confirmed that increasing dietary fiber resulted in more calcium being excluded in the stool but this may not be the best way to assess impact another study found that while subject eating more fiber lost more calcium in their stool they still showed net gains in calcium magnesium iron zinc levels and this is probably because the higher fiber diet is also a lot higher in these nutrients so even though fiber may trap some of the minerals and foods because these foods are more nutritious to begin with you were likely to come out ahead nutritionally and that's before we take into account all other positive effects of a higher fiber diet but keep in mind that this does assume that you're getting you're fiber from whole foods and not just supplements which would offer those same nutritional advantages so taking all of this into consideration it would appear to be safe end beneficial for most people to eat as much as fifty the sixty grams of fiber per day now if you're currently only taking in the typical fifteen grams a day that may seem like a pretty big left but you could still get a lot of benefits from working your way up to the recommended thirty grams a day you're best sources would be whole nutrient dense foods such as legumes whole grains nuts seeds fruits and vegetables and the greater the variety the better remembered it increase year fiber gradually to give you got end its inhabitants time to adjust and also be sure to drink plenty of fluids and if gas and bloating are still an issue you might wanna do a little sleuthing to discover which particular types of fiber your belly can most comfortably handle and from that there's no better guide the book the bloated belly whisper by tomorrow framing you might remember i had tomorrow on my podcast not too long ago the talk about this topic if you have a question from that you'd like me the answer on the podcast you to call the nutrition diva listener line it's at four four three nine six one six two zero six and i would love to hear from you know let me introduce you to my guest leyla ali lately has a very interesting story andy very important message leyla ali has overcome many challenges in her life and the one to tackling right now is finding healthy foods her kids will love what they eat what prepare but at the same time of course they fight back sometimes i like i don't want that so i'm like okay it make my life a lot easier if i figure out some goto recipes rocking give them the foods they like but make them healthier in a lot of times you have to sneak them i do a lot of sneaking festivals into into my meals i'm still gonna use that amazing cheese because you know that's what makes mac and cheese but i'm gonna use some keen wa pasta you know instead of the white flour pasta or things things like that and i also you know take some zucchini in puree it you know of course i take the skin off 'cause you know my kids anything green they're like they detect that so you take the skin off in you know you you make a puree and it goes in with the the milk i'm leyla ali i m f former world boxing champion i'm also a cookbook author end i am an advocate for healthy living while she may have had a more famous teacher the most lay lose was like a lot of american american families they worked hard to build the importance of a healthy lifestyle her parents didn't just teacher the value of taking care of herself they also showed her how important it was to take care of us growing up i wash my father give back to people in so many different ways it literally was like something you did on a daily basis i remember just simply jumping in the car with him and driving down the boulevard and we just be going to a diner and he would last time it just pull over on the side of the road in hand out money homeless people he loved to just put smiles on people's faces everywhere we went my dad would stop end you know sign autographs and do magic tricks and we'd be stuck for like two hours and i couldn't stand it as a kid i got older i was like wow he really dedicated a lot of his time and energy to giving back to people in one of the causes that matters most to her the fight to end childhood hunger as a mom i can't imagine my kids being hungry one in six kids in the usa faces hunger and that number rises during the summer months when many of the kids lose access the school lunch programs so unfortunately they aren't getting the same quality of meals at home as they are a school some of those kids don't even get a nice balance meal until they get to school so when they're out for the summer they lose access so to that end you know america's dairy farmers have always been committed to nourishing communities 'em so for national dairy month they're building on that commitment help fight childhood hunger i'm encouraging people to go to give a gallon dot com and donate so kids in your community have access the high quality nutrition and milk by donating to this cause you're gonna make sure that you are supporting feeding america and the dairy farmers so they can tackle the issue of childhood hunger when you think of simply donating a dollar fifty million people donate a dollar that's a million dollars you know we are more powerful the numbers we've seen that over and over again in different situations an at the end of the day when food banks have the money in the resources they need their better able to provide local families with nutrition that they need and you can support this initiative by going to give a gallon dot com and donating today the nutrition diva show is researched and written by me monica ryan able and edited by karen hertzberg are producer is nathan sense are advertising manager is michelle margolis morgan ratner is in charge of 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GSMC Health & Wellness Podcast Episode 377: Anabolic Window, Does It Exist?

GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast

55:57 min | 2 months ago

GSMC Health & Wellness Podcast Episode 377: Anabolic Window, Does It Exist?

"You want to be healthier yet. You just don't know what to do all these shows telling you this and that but nothing seems to work will listen close. Golden state media. Cossacks has got something great for you. The health and wellness podcast dedicated to workout trends. The eating habits die and everything about healthy living. Join us in our banters as we help you not just live life to the fullest. Live it to the healthiest doc. Hello and welcome to. Gmc health and wellness podcast brought to you by the gmc podcast network. I'm your host. Cynthia and happy monday. Everyone i hope he all are having a very strong and healthy. Start your week. I hope we all had a release safe and happy and healthy weekend as well. I had a really small get together over the weekend. And when i mean small. I mean literally five people including myself and it was a friendsgiving with my best friend and we had like matching pajamas and it was really cute. We hadn't done a friendsgiving in a couple years because we all live at home. Oh my god. I don't know if it's a good thing or bad but yeah we all live at home and the last time we did the french giving one of her friends had her own apartment and she ended with back columnist. Save money so finally one of us in the friend group got their own apartment again so she hosted us and it was really nice which basically just listen to music. Hongbao talked It was a really chill friendsgiving with really good food. Of course so that's what i did this weekend. And of course work train clients coach classes the usual by now. I don't know if i'll be doing that any longer. Sense here. in california we are now back into the purple tier. So we're back. In the most restrictive. I guess like Restrictive restrictions not like to verbatim for me to say back to back. I don't know but yeah. Like the most restrictive layer. I guess will say so. Gems have to operate outdoors. And one of the gyms that i worked at already. Has it an order. They built an outdoor turf areas. Not too worried with this gym but the other gym that i work particularly it's in a different county. So they had take. They basically didn't plan ahead and we don't know if we'll be able to operate outdoors especially in like the very cold cold mornings. You know have to be that four something in the morning to get ready for the five. am class. and honestly. I don't know if the members are going to want that so i don't know we shall see everything so up in the air Thug it out. I guess but anyway. I'm here to talk about the anabolic window. If it exists what is it An in a nutshell. It's like a protein window theory and to be honest. I believe in it. Okay so basically. The anabolic window is about nutrition. Timing okay so if you're trying to build muscle strength training is the best way to do it right. And not even just build. The muscle also lose fat strength training damages the muscles which causes them to repair and grow and the result is bigger stronger muscles and the most simplistic terms of course as a lot of other factors that contribute to the results right such as sleep water intake Nutrition all of that however optimal muscle growth goes beyond your actual workout. It also relies on post workout nutrition. Which i have talked about in a previous episode but more specifically. We're going to talk about the anabolic window. Okay which has to do with post workout nutrition. Your muscles need enough protein and carbohydrates to effectively recover. Okay so protein. They literally help repair And grow the muscle tissue that was damaged during the workout and carbohydrates there your main source of fuel for your body. So they're equally as important. Many people claim you should eat a post workout meal during the anabolic window. And this term refers to the short time after training when your muscles are repairing and recovering. It's also called I've heard the metabolic window or protein window So i'm gonna be using those three terms interchangeably throughout today's episode. So don't get confused of. I switch up anabolic window for protein wendover etc. Okay it's i'm talking about the same thing. So it's basically the the short time after training when you should eat or shouldn't eat that. Were trying to dissect here if it's a mess if it's fact An allegedly the anabolic window last thirty minutes thirty minutes to an hour. But really if you want maximum results you should consume protein and carbs within this timeframe eating a meal after these thirty minutes is supposedly us helpful after an hour is even worse When i coach members clients of mine i always liked to say to eat with an hour window like a year. Workout is over at ten. Am china get a protein shake or oatmeal or something okay. That's high and good carbs and protein within the hour window so before eleven. Am and many people. Use his concept to practice precise nutrient timing myself included as it turns out. There's little scientific proof to back the strategy supposedly so We're going to be learning right now about the anabolic window theory and why some say it doesn't exist okay. So let's unpack it real quick. The anabolic window theory is based on your body's anabolic response. Right anibal ism is. When small molecules grow into bigger complex molecules and these molecules form into new cells and tissues including muscle it's the opposite of cannibalism when larger molecules breakdown which we'll also talk about kabul throughout today's episode a little bit later though after strength training. Your body is an anabolic state. Okay and this involves a range of cellular processes that facilitate muscle repair and growth and these processes are field by protein and carbs. According to the anabolic state theory. This anabolic responses is a limited time frame of only thirty. It also claims that immediately eating protein and carbs is critical for increasing protein. Synthesis reducing muscle protein breakdown and replenishing muscle glycogen. So there's some merit to these claims. I will say. According to a two thousand eighteen study muscle protein breakdown. And p p increases in response to strength training muscle protein synthesis also increases but to a greater extent the balance between muscle protein breakdown and muscle protein synthesis determines muscle growth and this balance is called net muscle protein balance. I hope y'all are still stick with me. Okay i'm going to get a little bit nerdy here so just don't tune out all right. Post workout nutrition can affect these processes protein intake limits muscle protein breakdown and supports muscle. Protein synthesis carb intake also inhibits muscle protein breakdown in aids glycogen synthesis. And for those of you who are not aware. Don't know a black jim. Nez glycogen provides energy for your muscles and after exercising might seem logical to immediately eat protein and carbs to suppress muscle protein breakdown. It's also assumed this will increase muscle mass by increasing The net muscle protein balance also known as the nba and that's where the theory oversimplifies science. Okay so we're talk more about this over-simplification right after this commercial break. Are you looking to learn more about the latest trends from the fitness world. Are you confused by all the different trends. That are out there. The gmc fitness podcast is the place for you the g. c. fitness podcast is the place to come for people of all skill and interest levels. Join us as we explore the latest trends in the fitness world. Does that new exercise really work. Should i try yoga. Whatever your question. Chances are good. You'll find an answer on the gs. Mc fitness podcast. What's up you guys. Welcome back to gs mc and wellness. Podcasts so right before the break. I was explaining to you. All about the anabolic state theory or anabolic window. Theory which is based on your body's anabolic response Basically dealing with how your body responds to muscle protein breakdown and muscle protein synthesis Within thirty minute period and if protein and carb intake inhibits or aids in that process. And i mentioned to you guys that this is kind of where the theory oversimplifies the signs portion right so changes in muscle size depend on mile frig lar- proteins okay and to increase muscle mass. The suppression of muscle protein breakdown would need to solely target these proteins. Your following me. However muscle protein breakdown affects many types of proteins this includes muscle proteins thou rapidly. Turn over have been damaged Degrading these proteins may be essential to remodel muscle. This suggests that trying to limit muscle protein breakdown through post workout. Nutrition might actually hinder proper recovery plus aside from restriction there are many factors that affect recovery and growth including age hormones and training routine. They're also isn't hard evidence. That says anabolic window is only thirty minutes long. It's not clear where the suggested timeframe may have came from so with all of that being said okay. I know it was a pretty dent information. We're gonna now dissect what the science says about this concept about the anabolic window. The concept of a narrow anabolic window is a widespread belief. Research shows that it's not a shore or as simple as it seems a small two thousand seventeen study found that pre and post workout protein intake both produce similar muscle adaptations. This suggests that pre workup protein would suffice an immediate postwar and take. Is it much better. It also proposes a window of opportunity for protein is quite wide okay. So it's not a short as thirty minutes. An older a two thousand seven study compared results participants consumed way just before exercise or one hour after both groups experienced similar changes in muscle protein synthesis additionally a two thousand thirteen meta analysis of forty. Three studies. didn't find a strong link between immediate protein intake and muscle growth or strength the role of immediate protein and take on muscle. Protein breakdown may also be exaggerated while it's true that most breakdown increases after training. A two thousand nine article says this effect is brief. A two thousand ten study examined the post workout anabolic response. The happened after protein intake researchers found the response is mainly due to protein synthesis rather than protein breakdown. This proposes that immediately eating to reduce muscle breakdown may not be necessary. The exception is if you worked while fasting. According to an older two dozen three study facet exercise significantly increases post training muscle breakdown. So i don't eat before training. It's important to eat right after. Finally a nineteen ninety-seven study found the delaying post workout. Carbon take by two hours. Didn't affect muscle glycogen resent. This is the levels of glycogen remained the same eight and twenty four hours. Later suggesting later carb intake may still be beneficial so with that being said. let's enter. The next frequently asked questions surrounding the anabolic window is an anabolic workout. Good for your health or dangerous. The concept of an anabolic window doesn't have much scientific proof. Therefore training to take advantage of this window may not be essential. It's neither good nor bad for your health. There's also no harm in consuming protein and carbs immediately after training. If this suits your lifestyle such as myself then feel free to stick with it. What is good for. Your health is incorporating exercise and a balanced diet as we all know already right. So here's for those is. Skiing are themselves how to try anabolic exercise. So if you'd like to try anabolic exercise here's what you should do. Strang train first of all strength training or resistance training promote embolism and muscle growth. You can achieve this by lifting weights or doing body weight exercises consumer enough carbs and protein. Generally it's recommended to eat carbs and protein at three to one or four to one ratio it within thirty minutes after a workout. The perpetrated anabolic window last thirty minutes after your workout and you can save time by preparing your meal before exercising with all exercise routines. Be sure to stay hydrated. Drinking water before during and after exercise is important whether you're trying anabolic exercise or not. So you guys. Here's a main points. Take away from this discussion so far. According to research the thirty minute anabolic window doesn't exist. Meaning that a later. Post workout meal won't significantly hinder muscle growth. This adjusts that. Eating protein and carbs immediately after exercise isn't critical for maximum gains so each post workout meal. When it works for you this could be before training right after or later on. The exception is if you train in a fasted state which means you should have a post workout soon. After does that make sense to everyone. I feel like i definitely and someone who eats or tries to not really so much. It's more like a really high-calorie post workouts shake. I love to have high-calorie. Like i'm talking five hundred calorie High carb high fat high protein. Shake after my work out In my head. I still feel like i'm getting the maximum gains Again this is just for me. Personally but i feel my best when i have this shake directly after when i have like two hours after i feel like it's a waste. You feel me like like okay. I just worked out. I should replenish muscles replenish glycogen stores in my body for maximum results. Although the science says otherwise in my mind i disagree. Honestly i disagree. And i'm going with my gut with what feels right for me of what i've been doing the last couple years and i'm just going to continue doing that like i said whether you eat pre workup directly after or a little later on. It doesn't matter as long as you get that protein intake n you shall reach your goals. Unless it's in a fasted state right so speaking about protein shakes not only. Does it got me. You know feeling a little hungry right now but it's also going to lead into our next question. Slight change of direction here answering shoot. You have a protein shake before or after your workout. So we're gonna unpack this question right after this commercial. Break tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. Now listen close and here this out. 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Many people consume protein supplements in the form former shakes along with their workouts myself included. I love plus protein. It's vegan nontoxic dairy free nut free gluten free Soy free sugar free. I know it may sound disgusting. As i'm seeing all of this but trust me. It is so bomb one of the best proteins. No not one. It is the best protein out in the market. Right now And for this reason many people consume protein supplements in the form of shakes the workouts however the optimal time of a protein shake is a hotly debated topic. Some believe it's best to drink a protein shake before workout whereas others argue that a work that after a workout is ideal. So right now. We're gonna explain whether it's best if a protein shake pre or post workout so let me just start off by saying that people who exercise often need more protein. The recommended daily allowance. Rda for protein is zero point. Three six grams per pound of body weight so the recommended. Daily allowance is the estimated amount of nutrient. A person needs to avoid a deficiency a dozen specify the amount needed to optimize body composition or health. Okay for protein. It's clear that the rda is much too low to support muscle recovery and growth right zero point three six. That's that's nothing came. In fact research suggests that people who routinely strain tain may need double the recommended daily allowance or around point seven two grams per pound to support muscle recovery and growth for a person saw just like give us an example for a person weighing a hundred and fifty pounds. This equals to around one hundred and nine grams of protein per day. Now this is more if you are jess Trying to maintain that point seven two grams is going to be. You know what to do just to maintain if you strength train if you are someone like me who is actively pursuing the gains trying to grow a certain specific body part then that zero point seven two grams per pound is actually going to be higher. It's going to jump to a bow. A gram per pound. So let's use that same example of one hundred and fifty pounds if a person ways one hundred and fifty pounds and their goal is the gains right muscle hypertrophy muscle growth. There are actively trying to grow their muscles Specific specific body part. They're protein for the day is going to be around a hundred and fifty grams so again. It's a gram per pound. As opposed to point seven two grams per pound point seven two is to maintain a grand per pound is to grow and then the point. Three six grams is for the average sedentary person who doesn't really work out who doesn't string train on the regular. Does that make sense. I know i kind of went on a whole big circle. There and i could have easily explained i in a more efficient way but i don't know there's a million things running through my mind right now so i need to focus with that. Being said to optimize results spread the amount over three to four meals that are consumed every three to four hours right. So you're not gonna consume one hundred and nine grams in your breakfast like that doesn't make sense and that's not really going to do anything for you okay. A protein shake is a option between meals. Either as a snack or around your workout and this typically contain protein shakes contain anywhere from twenty five to thirty grams of protein per scoop. Now why is it important. A why my emphasizing that you should spread your protein intake throughout three to four meals throughout the day and not just in one meal right and this is because our bodies physically and literally can't process. I believe. correct me if i've wrong on the number but i believe it's like no more than like forty something gramps and like fifty something grams for guy so viewer like consuming sixty grams in your meal. Really about twenty to ten of those are really doing anything for you. So this is why. It's important to spread that amount throughout the day Ideally every three to four hours so again people who exercise regularly need more protein to support muscle recovery and growth so consumer protein equally spaced times throughout the day. Moving onto the next question. Does the anabolic window madder. Many people believe drinking a protein shake within thirty minutes of exercise will maximize the result in the gym. And this thirty minute window commonly known as the anabolic window as a short period of time. And what your muscles are like a sponge for protein okay. That's the best way i can explain. It took a sponge. The thought is that if you consume protein outside of the anabolic window your body won't effectively utilize it or build. Muscle research now suggests that this anabolic window of opportunity is longer than thirty minutes and may not be limited to after exercise in fact it may not matter if you drink a protein shake before or after your workout in terms of optimizing muscle repair and gross. Okay so again. It was previously believed that protein to be consumed within thirty minutes of a workout for your body to use it and recent research. Just that this may not be the case today. Only one study has compared the effects of consuming protein either before or after a workout on muscle strength and size. The researchers split twenty one man into two groups both of which received a protein shake containing grams of protein. One group received immediately before their workout while the other group received it immediately after everyone completed a whole body workout three times per week for ten weeks. Interestingly the study found no significant differences in muscle strength or size between the groups and these results suggest that as long as you consume protein around your workout. It doesn't matter if it's before or after training therefore you can choose which time you prefer or is most convenient for you so again whether you drink a protein shake before or after your workout may not have an effect on muscle strength or size but what is important. Is your daily protein intake. That's the most important part. Not when you take it but how much the research on whether protein intake around your workout is important for maximizing. Gains is mixed. Some research has questioned whether consuming protein around. Your workout is even necessary. A few study suggests it's beneficial. While others research shows no affect the opposing results led researchers to analyze the findings of twenty three studies on the effects of consuming protein around exercise. They found that total protein. Intake was the strongest predictor of muscle. Strength and size regardless of whether people consumed it close to their exercise or not therefore how much protein you consume per day is likely more important than when you consume it for gaining muscle size and strength so again the total amount of protein you consume each day is more important for muscle growth and strained than the timing of when you eat it all right so we're gonna come to a very brief break right now. Come back. I'm going to share with the guys had meet your protein target the gmc than happiness. Podcast takes you on a journey of exploration. We'll discuss tried and true methods alongside the latest trends of how to best live your life to its fullest from psychology to meditation science. To self help books. Joss mc live in happiness podcast. We'll help you to discover what makes you happy and how you can live live being the best possible download the gmc life unhappiness podcast on itunes. Stitcher soundcloud who play or anywhere. You find podcasts. Just tie jesse in the search bar took hey guys welcome back to gmc health and wellness part cast so we are now going to be explaining how to meet your protein target. Both animal and plant based foods contain protein. And can help you meet your daily protein goal. Mi poultry. Dairy and fish are high quality animal sources of protein. Meanwhile nuts beans legumes and soy are good sources of plant based protein research suggests that animal based protein is superior to plant based protein for building muscle. But it's beneficial to consume a combination of both protein. Shakes can also be a convenient way to increase your protein intake especially when you cannot get enough food alone. The most common types of protein powders on the market include way protein Casing protein egg protein soy protein and rice and protein which are vegan. So i'm gonna get into greater detail about each protein right now so let's begin with way way. Protein is a milk protein that is quickly absorbed by the body. Make a useful before or after your workout. It also contains bioactive proteins that may offer other health benefits Way protein is definitely one of the more popular options out in the market protein. Powders and supplements and bars contained way. I myself am dairy free. So i do not touch anything with way protein in it. That's just me personally next. We have casing protein case casing. Is the other milk protein that die just much slower than way. Make an ideal during periods of fasting like sleep. What's more some brands of casein. Protein offer up to sixty percent of your recommended daily allowance for calcium per scoop. Then we have a protein okay so aac protein powders or made with pure egg white protein they digest at a medium rate and are one of the most expensive protein supplements on the market. Then we got soy protein. Honestly i'm just going to be up front about soy not my favorite amata fan of any type of soy products It makes him break out like really really bad like cystic. Acne type bad I was on a two week. A role of eating tofu. This is like when i was trying to be one hundred percent plant based and in this two weeks i had like the worst breakout. All of my life and i was because i was eating so much. Tofu and like so much. Soy product and protein saw was ignored. This is not for me. Doesn't work out for my body. So i have like a thing towards soy like when i read soy on mike i e i immediately squint. My eyes and i'm like i don't like you but anyway soy protein in other type of Popular protein powder Is one of the few plant proteins that contains all of the essential amino acids make an a complete protein source for vegetarians or vegans and lastly rice and pea protein rice and pea proteins. Do not contain all of the essential amino acids but combining them makes them a complete protein. The are low allergenic making them appealing to those with eg dairy or soy allergies so again both animal and plant products are good sources of dietary protein protein. Shakes can also help you reach your daily protein target. So let's now get into begging the question of high protein diets. Are they safe for. Most people. Healthy people can safely drink. protein shakes. That said shakes are not designed to replace meals a k. It's best to use them between meals and if you prefer around your workouts. Many people fear that taking protein supplements in combination with the high protein diet can harm their health. You know that it's a too much protein. And that's because high protein diets have been iran ously associated with kidney disease and osteoporosis. A disease characterized by weak and brittle bones however there is no evidence to suggest that a high protein diet causes harm and people healthy kidneys even those who consistently consume high protein diets such as weightlifters have heavy kidneys on the contrary a high protein diet is associated with improved bone health and this may be because protein increases bone density aah reduces the risk of bone fractures especially when combined with strength training. Therefore unless your doctor or registered dietitian instructs you to limit your protein intake due to a medical condition. There is no need to fear a high protein diet. Okay so again. You can use protein shakes m between meals to boost your protein intake. The majority of healthy people can safely follow a high protein diet. Okay unless you already have some type of kidney malfunction anything like that then again just double check with your doctor. So here's the bottom line you guys protein plays an important role and repairing and rebuilding your muscles after exercise and many people use protein shakes after their work. Gods to aid this process however research suggests it doesn't matter whether you drink a protein shake before or after your workout. Interestingly your total daily protein intake is what matters most while protein shakes around workouts and between meals are helpful. Make sure you're getting enough throughout the day. Both foods and supplements can help you. Meet your goals for healthy people. There are little or no health risks associated with using protein shakes while following a high protein diet in fact consuming more protein than the current recommended. Daily allowance has many health benefits. So that's gonna gonna kinda. I cannot talk. I was trying to say kinda gonna so the talk of the timing of protein intake is going to lead into our next subject of does nutrient timing matter. Nutrient timing involves eating foods. At strategic times in order to achieve certain outcomes it supposedly very important for muscle growth sport performance and fat loss if you've ever rushed for a meal or protein shake after a work though this is nutrient timing however despite its popularity the research on nutrient timing is far from convincing. Here is everything you need to know about nutrient timing. So here's a brief story. All our history brief story nutrient timing has been used by professional bodybuilders and athletes for over fifty years and many aspects of a have been studied one of the world leading researchers in carbohydrate timing. Dr john ivy has published many studies showing its potential benefits and two thousand four. He published a book called nutrient timing. The future of sports nutrition since then many nutritional programs and books have promoted nutrient timing as the key method for losing fat gaining muscle and improving performance. However a closer look at the research shows that these findings are far from conclusive and have to significant limitations so here the short-term bloodmarkers many of the studies only measure short-term bloodmarkers which often fail to correlate with long term benefits then there's ultra endurance auto rates many of the studies follow extreme endurance auto rates which do not necessarily represent the average person right so for these reasons the findings of much of the research the support nutrient timing may not apply to everyone. So here's the bottom line. What i just shared with you. All nutrient timing has been around for several decades and many people believe. It's vitally important but the research has limitations so you guys were gonna come into a very brief break right now and when we come back more here at the gs mc health and wellness. Podcast are you tired of the same old news are you sick of the seemingly endless political spin negatively the diaz nc. America's still beautiful. Podcast is a weekly news. Podcast covering all the top positive and uplifting news stories we cover stories that will inspire uplift and remind you love the good in the world tune into the golden state media. Concept's america's still beautiful podcast to get all the great and positive news stories of today download. The gs mc america's still beautiful podcast on itunes stitcher soundcloud google. Play or anywhere. Your fun podcasts. Just tight gs nc in the search bar. What's up guys will all. Whoa what happened to me. Hey guys welcome back to the. Gmc health and wellness podcasts. I don't know what happened to me. I got all tongue twister there. I already told jaw that there's like a trillion things running through my mind right now so i feel like my mind is like turning on wheels but my tongue is so anyway. We are now entering the final segment of today's episode. And we are gonna still touch on the anabolic window. And i wanna get more into you. Know the theory of the anabolic window which is based on two key. Principles carp replenishment and protein intake so one main aspect of the anabolic window is carbon punishment since carbs are stored in the muscles and liver as glycogen research has shown that glycogen is replenished faster within thirty to sixty minutes after working out which supports the anabolic window. Theory however timing may only be relevant if you're training several times a day or have multiple athletic events within a day so for the person who works out. Once a day there is plenty of time to replenish glycogen each meal. Additionally some research actually shows training with lower muscle glycogen to be beneficial. Especially if your goal is fitness fat loss. New research has shown. Immediate replenishment may reduce the fitness benefit. You receive from that session. So although immediate glycogen synthesis makes sense in theory it is not applied to most people in most situations. Right now is get into protein intake. Because i obviously can't stop talking about it right. but it's just. It's just so important when it comes to us dissecting anabolic window so the second aspect of the anabolic window is the use of protein to stimulate muscle protein synthesis and ps. We're going to breed it okay. Which plays a key role recovery and growth however while muscle protein synthesis. nps and nutrient replenishment are important. Parts of the recovery process. Research shows that you don't need to do this right after a workout instead. Focus on your total daily protein intake. And make sure you eat high quality protein at each meal. a recent meta analysis by leading researcher. Dr brandt schoenfeld also arrived at this conclusion. Summarizing that daily protein and nutrient intake is the priority in short. If you meet your total daily needs for protein calories and other nutrients. The anabolic window is less important than most people believe. Two exceptions are elite athletes or people who trained several times per day who may need to maximize fuel replenishment between sessions. So the bottom line. The anabolic window is a period of time after workouts that is said to be crucial for nutrient intake however studies show that. Most people don't need to replenish carb or protein stories right away. let's talk about nutrient timing before you train. The pre-workout workout window may actually be more important than the anabolic window. Depending on your goals the correct timing for taking certain supplements may actually aid performance. For example performance enhancing supplements like caffeine. Must be taken at the right time. In order to have the proper effect this also applies to food a well-balanced easily digestible meal in sixty to one hundred and fifty minutes before a workout may improve performance especially if not in for several hours in contrast if your goal is fat loss. Training with less food may help you burn fat improve insulin sensitivity and provide other important long term benefits. Hydration is also closely linked to health and performance. Many people tend to be dehydrated before working out so it may be important drink around twelve to sixteen ounces of water and electrolytes before the workout. Additionally vitamins may affect work performance and may even reduce training benefits. So all the vitamins are important. Nutrients a may be best not to take them close to your workout now. Let's discuss nutrient chiming at breakfast. Recent research has shown that it doesn't really matter if the breakfast or not instead. What you eat for breakfast has become the hot topic. Many professionals now recommend a low carb high fat breakfast which is claimed to improve energy levels. Mental function fat burning. And keep you fool however while this sounds great in theory most of these observations or anecdotal and unsupported by research and while some studies do show greater fat burning. This is caused by the increase dietary fat intake from the meal. Not because you're burning more body fat. Additionally some studies show that protein breakfast have health benefits however this is likely due to the many benefits of protein and timing probably does not play a role as with the anabolic window. The breakfast myth is not supported by research. Nevertheless evie do prefer low carb high fat breakfast. There's no harm in that. Your breakfast choice should simply reflect your daily dietary preferences and goals. Let's now discuss nutrient timing at night. So this is a really haman diet myth. I hear cut carbs at night to lose weight. This is a statement that's promoted by celebrities and magazines and all these companies around the world and this is a lie. People do not fall for it. This reduction of carbs simply helps reduce a total daily calorie intake. Creating a calorie. Which is the key factor in weight-loss the timing is not important to you are able to eat carbs before bed or like during your nighttime routine and you can still lose weight. In contrast to a limit carbs at night some research actually shows. Carbs can help with sleep and relaxation. Although more research is needed on this this may hold some truth. as carbs. release the neurotransmitter serotonin which helps regulate your sleep cycle. So you now. We often hear the term icomfort food. So hello gobble gobble. Thanksgiving is coming up. Yes carbs during thanksgiving. There's a reason why after eating an indulging in all of that deliciousness in your thanksgiving meal you feel sleepy. Tired because carbs literally release serotonin. Which helps you relax and promote react station. So based on the health benefit of a good night's sleep evening carp and take may actually be beneficial. Especially if you have problems sleeping so let's finally us the question or answer the question right does nutrient timing matter all in awe for elite athletes. Nutrient timing may provide an important competitive advantage however the research or the current research distance support the importance of nutrient timing for most people. Were simply trying to lose weight gain muscle or improve health instead focus efforts on consistency daily calorie intake food quality and sustainability. When you've got all the basics down then you may wish to move your attention to more advanced methods like nutrient timing. So you guys. That's basically it for today's. 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Can You Reverse Diabetes

Food for Thought

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Can You Reverse Diabetes

"We all live in fast. Paced lives and non moreso can be said for parents with young children to putting a baby through that edi stages and helping with their development is at the forefront of every parent's mind at times parents all need a helping hand and that can be in the form of a brown love. Trust just like yo valley and sharing child gets older nutrients they need so important and this includes calcium the valleys little year. Yoga pat tip which is suitable from six months. That puff at for winning and developing the pallets of your little ones available in too delicious flavors the red berries and apple and pear the little yellow pouches. Sure to keep children's satisfied and to find out more head on valley dot co two uk and find your local supermarket. Hello and thank you so much cheating into this week. Sweep for thought. A pause on a mission to equip you all the evidence based advice that you need to live and breathe a healthy lifestyle. I'm rianne lambert registered. Nutritionist bestselling author of renard a simple way to eat well and founder of re trish london's leading private nutrition clinic in egypt site. I'll be joined by special guests. All of him can be considered authoritative voices in health. So that together. We commend fact from fiction and empower the healthiest happiest versions of ourselves with trusted expert advice. The number of diabetes cases is on the rise and not just in the uk but globally while this is a startling fact it is reassuring to know that we can prevent cases of type two diabetes and tom round education as always can help dramatically with your prognosis as well as realizing the importance. That your diet. A movement can have in relation to this disease. This week's food for thought sees ratched. Dietitian chris a deny delve into why we should. We learned about diabetes. And what we can do to prevent it. Hello chris hi there. Thank you for having me alone today. Absolute pleasure i mean. You're the perfect s for this topic. And i think something that so many people impacted by. Because i've read the it's nearly one million people in the uk that have been under diagnosed with diabetes. Up sleep that's not differentiate him to taiwan type t. but just. How likely are we to have the well. Yeah i mean. It's a huge problem. And i think one of the the big issues is a lot of people. Don't have any symptoms. So they may have diabetes but not know about it and as you say we think there's around a million people in the uk that got type two diabetes but actually denied the habit and the big problem with this. Is that the longer this goes on. The more likely it is that people may get complications. A diagnosis is even made so. We actually know that one in three people have complications by the time that diagnosed with diabetes. And this is type two diabetes. Yeah that's it's it's more common than people realize into the ton diabetes that we said is for around so freely seles differentiate between those types type. One type t do you want to delve in there. Yes she'll say type two. Is there one. i think. When people maybe hear about diabetes or the head a friend might have diabetes. That's the one that they're they think that they're probably talking about and is the most common type. So accounts for around about ninety percent of diabetes or other types The other two. I guess the ones that people may be aware of a type one diabetes and this accounts for around ten percent of people with diabetes. And then there's also just stationl diabetes. Which is a type of diabetes occurs in pregnancy. And that something again. That is so so important that women are aware of because the risk is literally. I mean when when you're pregnant is something you aren't told about. But i think people know the signs to look out for because is there any ki- kind of symptoms. Well i mean so just diabetes as you say it can't be common actually affects about one in six pregnancies. I'm one of the things that she's the people again. Generally don't have any symptoms. Usually it will be picked up on a blood test is usually diagnosed in the second or third trimester and it's usually picked because midwife may have asked the lady to go for a task because i may have risk factors that they associate with being more common with just eight diabetes. Say that's usually how it's picked up other than any particular symptoms until the end. Yeah and what about prediabetes. Because that's something again. I think is hardly mentioned. It's something that again you hear about in the news quite a lot. Actually being pre diabetic and it being a risk factor. Perhaps for other things as well as that cracked that. Go on diagnosed. Yeah that's why. I say i mean. Prediabetes is a term that describes people that are risk of going on onto get type two diabetes amazon safe sometimes known as borderline diabetes or people may have heard the term things like impact glucose. Tolerance or impaired fasting. As and. we're all of these terms. Really mean is it's having higher than normal blood glucose levels but not high enough to tips whenever into having type two diabetes. And i think like you say maybe not talk about that merge although there is nowadays actually a lot more to help people are at risk so if you live in england and says now the nhl diabetes prevention program. Which is both digital. And let's face to face options well to help people to maybe address some of the risk factors and to actually reduce their risk of going on to get diabetes. There is a lot of help out there but it sometimes knowing one whether you may be at risk and what those risk factors may be and then how you can maybe do something about that. And that's i guess my roles nutritionist. And something we're educated heavily on. These days is controlling looking after blood sugar levels so when we say the word glucose fraud listeners also referring to the same thing as blood. Sugar blood glucose glucose is effectively. Shut up and it's one of the preferred sources of fuel. It feels your brain just as much as your day to day activity basically so many functions. It comes pre diabetic states. Chris can they be reversed or is it often too late when they're found out. Yes so we need definitely that they can be reversed modified very at risk of diabetes. Simple to understand what those risk factors might be some things maybe not modifiable but for example. If you're overweight than if you're at risk of diabetes as well and maybe you're in their pre diabetic range than certainly by losing weight. We know that if you lose about seven percent than that can actually reduce your risk of going to get diabetes by about sixty percent so generally a smallish amount of weight can have a huge impact on your future risk so weight. Loss is one of the key factors. Yeah it's it's very sensitive. I think the topic of weight because we know that it's a factory. It's the same when i'm discussing. For instance some pre nato nutrition how it affects things but we've diabetes is one of those big kind of elephants in the room. I think sometimes because people find it very hard to discuss. Of course it's sensitive and do you sign the work that you do. Wait is something. That's quite difficult people top. It's i think it's in the way that i do. Maybe not so much because think people expecting it at for maybe a dietitian specializes in diabetes. i think healthcare professionals may be sometimes. Compensations may be more difficult But it is so important that people are made aware of these modifiable risk factors that if there are ways to to make some changes to maybe people's food choices or or they may physical activity that doing what that can mean for the long term. And if that's a conversation about someone's body weight than i think it's really important that we do have them one hundred percent you're right working in your field diabetics it. Some the sensitive conversations have to happen. It's going to be life changing so many people and let's go a little bit more to the difference. Because i think this is why diet really does differ again between type one and type two so if you want to just the two differences there and what's really happening essentially in the body and let's stop type one. Maybe sure say you type. One diabetes is what we call an autoimmune condition so so with autoimmune conditions. What's happening here. Is the cells in the pancreas cities the b. two sells these are the cells that produce insulin and insulin is produced in response to when we feared separately carbohydrate feeds then they will break down and get into sugar we'll bleak as that goes into the bloodstream and causes an increase in blood glucose levels now with type one diabetes. The bodies seen cells that make insulin attack them thinking they're like a foreign body and say that person is not able to make any insolent. All say someone with tight one needs to take insulin. Every day for the rest of their lives in order to leave her lead a healthy lifestyle and for long jetty. So it's really important that they have insulin. Both in the background but also every time they eat or have a snack if it's containing carbohydrates then they also need dose insulin for that say some with type one diabetes and people often get very frustrated because they get sometimes labeled as type two or people just ashim. They have type two and people think. Oh it's because they're you know overweight or the lifestyle that leading and actually their bodies just not able to produce the insulin say they need to basically take account of that. They need to count the carbohydrates the and also just insulin for other lifestyle factors such as exercise of all. Yeah and that's that's the key thing that remember that you mentioned at the beginning it's auto immune and does this mean for somebody perhaps. If one of the parents were diabetic then them will likely to be diabetic as well as their genetic element now of type one. So there's a small genetic element. Yeah i mean certainly but it is quite smaller and actually type two diabetes. Got a much stronger. Genetic link than type one say certainly if both parents have type one diabetes and there is quite high percentage actually with one parent is is a very low percentage risk of going on to get tight. Ones generally doesn't run in families. There were some rarer types of diabetes. There's something called me. Which is a maturity onset diabetes of the young which again only accounts probably for about one or two percents of diabetes. And this can run in families. And it's usually diagnosed under the age of twenty five. But as i say as quite rare type of diabetes for. It's really really interesting. What management options auber out that then for somebody with type one well for type one. It's really about trying for for those people to a have good knowledge about how to manage day in day out. So as i mentioned that would be things like knowing how to just their insulin around eating. That's one of the cornerstones. If you like of managing their diabetes and so people with type one offered a what we call a structured education course. One of the most well known ones is called. Daphne which stands for normal eating is one of the courses. I teach at the hospital. I work at and well. This cost does really equips people with the with the tools to be able to manage day in day out. So it's not relying on healthcare professionals to to monies that diabetes for them. They may only see a healthcare team. Two or three times a year so it's actually teaching them skills to adjust that insulin to be aware of these different lifestyle factors that they may need to adjust for as well teaching people about the the benefit of eating a healthy diet as well and other factors such as their cholesterol level and their blood pressure and just teach them how to hopefully live a normal life. and yes. They've got lots of extra things they need to do. Each daylight measuring their blood glucose levels and calculating the carbs that they're having but actually people can do all sorts of amazing things and there's nothing to stop people as long as they can adjust their insulin around what they're doing and it's about kind of not letting the diabetes control them it's about of working with the diabetes which is much more empowering because assuming up to that banana. I've got one of my best friends has. I'm not sure the exact time fred. The new Thing you put in your own. Let's say Basically what we call flash glucose monitoring so so this one's called usually play. The freestyle libre is what she's using and well. This does basically measures. The blood glucose levels every few minutes and then people can use their mobile fe. And there's an apple narrow and they can just pass over the top of the sensor serve. I pricking their finger to get some blood out. Putting onto a strip this actually just measures. They're the blood glucose continually and the names that information on their phone. Say it's been a huge step forward incentive technology over the last few years. I mean on their phone. That's that's incredible. I think it was a member of the royal family comedy. Which one that had. One of these and it became the k. moments fashionable at the time for people with diabetes. It was photographed. But there's a big mistake misconception. Isn't that between type. One and type two all the time constantly hearing people referred to diabetes is a bright brought back bracket robber and they are very different aren't they and type two isn't just about having a diet. High in sugar is no definitely not. I mean this is a massive myth and i think you know something that we hear. All the time has healthcare professionals and people with diabetes frustrated about as well so yeah. I mean type. Two diabetes is kind of what we call the metabolic disease as well sake tends to come in a package. Often people will say have risk factors for heart disease said people might have high blood pressure and mail say Have high cholesterol levels as well. Say there's within the body there's not just a convert this regulation if you light with blood glucose levels as say other factors going on and let you say it's not just about Someone's eating there's there's a big genetic link there so as i mentioned it is in families. We'll say no women that actually have just ational diabetes and their babies are more likely to go on and get type two diabetes as well put later on in life so you can pass three. From generation to generation we united body weight has a big factor to play there as. Well say you know. People issue diabetes and shook out. It's not just sugar that causes someone to be overweight. Said this huge amounts of other factors in terms of you know what someone's physical activity levels might be like that day to day. Food choices are save. Someone's eating lots of processed foods for example lots of takeaway foods or and lots of foods that might be high in calories on a regular basis. Then that will be contributing as well and ethnicity. It's important to mention that depending on retinas ity That will also play a part as well so we know people if you're over the age of twenty five and you're black south asian and you will go hi body weight and you've got diabetes in your family than you were very high risk as well and that's no even mentioning mental health because i suppose the impacts on your mental health from perhaps being diagnosed or maybe even before you get diagnosed could play a role. Yeah definitely aiming certain medications that sometimes in mental health a you say. People tend to schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. The medications that people might be on that can actually increase the risk of diabetes. Even though it's a small increase in risk they they can actually do that but equally if we just think about things like depression than ones depressed then few choices may well be affected and also the level of activity that doing as well and that might contribute towards their their body weight which then also my increase their risk of diabetes. But there's also this kind of causal link between you know when people have diabetes. We know there is a higher instant depression as well. And we don't know whether it's the diabetes necessarily that causes that depression or whether depression causes more diabetes difficult sometimes to unpick that. But it's definitely a relationship there. Yeah no it's it's. It's one of those things as well. But i think. There's a lot of stigma perhaps with type two diabetes. People make assumptions like we said before as well and they also make assumptions with the diet. Which i'm sure chris. You hit all the time diabetes and type t let's discuss with dietary management. It's not just about quitting carbs as it negatively. Not this there's really no one size fits all approach to house of a manages their diabetes. So if you think about type to the we do not the mentioned before that body weight is important so if someone is overweight actually we know the key key thing that people can do is to try and find ways to lose weight. But we know that in terms of how you do that. We're not all the same. So what might work for. One person is not going to work for someone else. And it's kind of trying to find work out working maybe with your healthcare team as well defined what what's going to work and fear and so yes you might want to be trying to achieve weight loss. How'd you d that so just a few examples of different options that people might look at that is kind of low fat healthy. Eating approach might be looking at your evil fee choices and kind of identifying where there might be certain things that you're eating that you can swap out for for something else. There's a mediterr- mediterranean diet. Which i think you probably spoken about on on some of your other shows so this is a predominantly sophomore plant based of fruits and vegetables with with fish oil fishing. You did not too much red meat in there and more healthy fats as well say things like olive oil and rapeseed oil because these mediterranean the mediterranean diet is also got a lot of fiber. Doesn't it which is again something that it's not a blanket approach of quitting one food group because obviously that food great book contain a lot of other good stuff t exactly. Yeah fat diet saw i kinda classified diet is a diet that cuts out a whole fleet grief and any anything that does that one. It's not usually sustainable for people and to really gonna be cutting out maybe fiber of your diet and then you can be missing out there in the long term. We don't know what the long term health concerns if that might be say it's important to control include all the different food groups but look at something that's going to be workable and sustainable for you. Could i ask a question on your thoughts on products on the shop shelves that you see particularly in places. I deny exam pharmacy type shops and say no diabetic friendly chocolate bar. Or those sorts of products midday things that you would recommend note basically and actually enjoy feeds the haven't been recommended by by dietitians and diabetes g k. They've got a statement as well on their website. And they recommend the and we haven't been recommending them for over thirty years. The reason being is one that expensive. And there's actually a need for anyone with diabetes to to buy these feeds. One did want some chocolate than i would. just say. go and buy some chocolate. Just it too often. If you're trying to manage away too tight one. There's no reason you can't go and buy chocolate and just managed that with the insulin. You take these types of Diabetic foods as well. They tend to use a sweet now which is an alcohol based sweetness. Say they're the things like marital all saw battle and if you have too much of them they also have a laxative effect in many people. Yeah and not something. People definite ito talk about a law. Not a lifestyle things. We've discussed what not to kind of go forward. It's not just a simpler cutting our affiliate group. We know that perhaps losing a bit of weight may be helpful but again. That's such a blanket term. Isn't it because you can't be healthy and not be a perfect perfect range. Be mind because everybody's so you need but what would you say. The crucial things chris that individuals should be adopting in their lifestyle when it comes to type two diabetes and perhaps one teen yes i mean think exercise is a is a crucial part and both for type one and type two diabetes. It's important for all of that whether we have diabetes or not importance in say say many ways in terms of risk of the diseases like heart disease also for our mental health as well and we've already spoken a little bit about depression and diabetes. So that's definitely a key thing. The other thing is just to consider potentially about the carbohydrate intake i think there's a lot of controversy around Homage carbohydrate someone with diabetes should have says there's many people that are very particularly type two diabetes. People should be following carb approach to build to lose weight and and they'll say so that have too big bigger. Spike in their blood glucose levels after eating as well and many people with type one diabetes or Also prefer this approach and and actually low carb can work extremely well for some people. It's important when we think about lake called. T say what we what we mean by les cobb as well and i'm talking probably here in the region of between one hundred and thirty grams of carbohydrate. A day and now many people would find fifty grams very unsustainable for the long term and say higher intake might be a workable but carbohydrate intake and quality of carbs. That people are having as well. So i think the key thing for anyone as well as about the quality of the food that we think so. It's about the amount of fiber that are having homage processed and refined foods that having as well within that their food choices and making sure that joins us to not have those too often. Those t. that's what we're always saying this. 'cause chris is the quality and the quantity and of the diet. Everybody should be looking out for. So i suppose for most people it would be just reducing these refined perhaps the pastries and over delicious some delicious cakes and things that perhaps opting for more whole grains in the diet a little bit more a blanket generic kind of way of looking at it. I suppose we know it's much more complex than that. That's the problem with the nutritional. Things is that everybody reacts to food so differently and everyone has a different diet in the first place for some people. They may not need to go. Cops it's important. We reiterate that you speak to your healthcare professional before you make any sudden dietary and changes and like chris said exercise is so crucial but what about drinking that we touched on alcohol earlier and think increasing alcohol can increase the risk of diabetes. Well i mean. Alcohol has law calories in say depends on your consumption of alcohol and other factors is going on within your lifestyle choices as well but certainly if someone's drinking quite heavily then that might be having influence on body weight it probably is doing And they may also be conversely making unhealthy food choices and just because sometimes the not might go hand in hand and it might also be affecting the quality of their sleep say mudra. alcohol is generally So fine for many people. But it's about where you draw the line with that and yet i think that's something people have to look at in that way kind of consumption. Be honest with themselves as well So i think if you're you know the the guidelines of the moment to fourteen units a week if you also consuming more than that. Maybe if you're drinking so every every day of the week or no join lockdown people of generally been sometimes increasing now alcohol consumption than it might be worth just having a look at that. Yeah and what does that. Look like if you could summarize fourteen. Units to thrive ruined listening. Yeah she will say if you're thinking about a point of bear if is quite high strength better than that might be a one high transbay of about five percent might be around so two and a half to two even three units with libya large glass of wine as well so a bottle of wine would be about ten units of alcohol. Say if you think about how many bottles of wine. If i had in the last week that's a good way of looking at that and a shot of spirits would be so as a twenty five mil shot would be one unit of alcohol. Thank i think. It's very easy to over consume on that the alcohol pa and what about smoking. Then that's the other key thing. I think everybody knows. It's not good fi. But does that have an impact on diabetes. It does yeah so we know there's an association and so people who smoke. We know it can affect your blood. Pressure also increases the associated conditions. Like please and say if you've also got diabetes on your smoking as well. We know the risk of complications is increased quite significantly particularly things like nerve damage. And because it can affect your blood pressure as well in terms of your kidney function so it's really important Both risk of diabetes. And also if you have diabetes to maybe look options i making cessation. No it's important. And i just think that a healthy lifestyle in general of course is going to help with any sort of element in today's crazy modern world because we know a lot of people turn to alcohol. Smoking fade when things are getting a bit task but we do need to try and think of other ways because well in terms of lifelong health. Health is definitely the new wealth and we haven't touched on sleep. Patchy chris did think there is a link between sleep. Yeah so again. There is an association between the amount of sleep that people have an type two diabetes. So as don't so. Ideally we should be getting. We think around seven to nine hours per night. And if you're getting poor quality sleep not sleeping enough than what that can do is can actually increase your stress hormone response and what we know this links with. Is your body's insulin resistance. Say you're basically not able to clear the sugar out of your blood away as quickly as you would normally do. And that's one of the things that can lead onto type. Two diabetes say sleep hygiene is really important. That could be things like meditation or the amount of screen time. You're having particular screen time before bed as well and your stress levels and if you're going to bed so very stressed and not sleeping well then there's again there's a lot of help out that you could maybe seek to try and look it so sleep hygiene and train in previous your sweep sleep quality tauch. It's fascinating honestly. I just think the human body is incredible is the core. Basics isn't a eat well move and sleep and but it's so hard to do in today's world. It's it's really hard and i recently. A number of research papers have been published. They do suggest that it's possible to reverse type two diabetes. So what exactly is diabetes remission than if we've got three such now and how can that be achieved. Yes i think the first thing just to say it's important to distinguish between reversal and remission of diabetes. Medical terms are used. But ideally we should be using this term remission just because the term reversal. I think makes people think that you can call it. Get rid of of diabetes. You've got type two diabetes. You can put into mission. We deny that now but there is still at risk that it can come back so this all has come about movie simply because really big landmark trial which was called the direct study and what they did is actually used a liquid based formula diet which was eight hundred and fifty calories a day and the people that were taking paul in this trial. They had this Liquid diet for a period of three months and what they found. Is that those people that were able to lose weight over that time. Were able to basically put their diabetes into remission and the amount of weight that they lost so we know that if they lost between ten and fifteen kilograms six out of ten of them achieve permission and those that actually achieved more than fifteen kilograms of weight loss. Ninety percent of them achieved remission. Wow ninety percent so good starts there then. Yeah it is important just to say that the people part of that study one. They all had diabetes for less than six years. So what we don't really know at the moment is if you've had diabetes for longer than six years whether this kind of diet would be as effective whether as many people would achieve mission and the other important thing to say is that In this work is still ongoing is about. It's about weight maintenance about how people than clinic type after this as well say these people went just on this and then after three months which just kind of left to get on with it. Until say a program of education that went alongside this which will say helped with food reintroduction and also kind of lapses as. Well say there's kind of like in a game maybe back onto a liquid diet a few months later if people needed to an official period of time so we don't really know what the longer term effects of this are at the moment but it's still fantastic work and it's still ongoing and it's It's really exciting. To see just how much that amount of weight loss can actually influence. Someone's risk of diabetes and being able to for that diabetes into emission unspoken by tree health professional. They're taking taking into account that there's so many factors as many things you don't know from a study and things going on behind the scenes and follow ups and more research needed though all too often we see headlines in the media regressive perhaps that particular study could have made some miracle headline claim. But you just have to be so careful When looking at any kind of Research and let's go on then to justify diabetes. Which again touched on earlier. So what can people do to reduce the risk of getting that and then throughout pregnancy mentioned this canosa across to the baby then afterwards or during pregnancy. Yes sir. I think if you think about the risk factors for just ational diabetes. So like a type. Two diabetes body weight plays a big influence. Say if you're planning. Pregnancy and particularly diabetes in your family is well then and think about your body weight. Before conceiving that can help to reduce your risk if you had just diabetes in a previous pregnancy we do now. You're more likely to in your next one as well so again if you're getting if you're planning for pregnancy maybe thinking about things like body weight is important and also obviously your food choices join pregnancy as well Wilson if you've had a large baby previous pregnancies of four and a half kilos than that also puts you at higher risk of station diabetes and the other non-modifiable Ter- if you like is about ethnicity if you're south. Asian or black or african caribbean or from a middle eastern background wilson. That it does put you at high risk of going to get just ational diabetes and stability instantly in terms of long term risks. What about to the to the mom. Did you say after. They've had this today then. Need to be cpa catholic afterwards. Yes say i think. Come in if you think about. What's the risk actually for for the baby and for months afterwards than we do know that the risk of of mom going on to get type two diabetes in the next few years the actual risk is about fifty to sixty percents. So it's actually quite high with that peaking about five years after the baby's born say again this doesn't mean say that they'll definitely go on to get diabetes but it does kinda give a bit of a warning shot if you like to think actually what maybe can i modify into my feet choices in my behaviors that might help to reduce that risk. Which is the things that we've we've spoken about in the actual pregnancy. It's important to say like with. The actual blood glucose levels if things are managed very well and say when ladies diagnosed just diabetes. There will be an under specialist care usually especially she units a hospital and they will help with managing the blood glucose levels and the cornerstone of that management is around diet and exercise and food choices if the diabetes is left untreated in. The blood glucose levels are running high. It can lead to complications. Say the client things that can happen is we can get large baby and particularly around the the the waist and this can lead to higher instance of c sections and induce labor and baby can also actually it's delivered have a low blood glucose level as well. I mean this usually rectified very quickly. But it can be quite distressing for both mother and baby as well and that baby then have a higher risk of type two diabetes in later life. Gosh it's so important. This is why education. I think needs to be because we said at the beginning. It's very confusing them. I you've got the different types of diabetes. You've got the individual differences but you also have the long-term term and implications to consider and we've got a question. Chris if you don't mind it's very hard podcast to to offer any kind of advice. Obviously ethically but we do have some questions from listeners. I'm hoping you could shed light on. And the first is from jamila she said i have polycystic ovarian syndrome. Could that mean. I'm going to be insulin resistant. Yes quite likely so. We do know that. women with p. s. or generally more likely to have insulin resistance and often it is treated with a tablet which is called met four men. So this is a common tablet is actually station diabetes in type two diabetes as well and it can help to reduce the level of insulin resistance. Say yes with kind of having that conversation with your healthcare team yet because scholley everybody has a complete unique case on this. Because votes people have police grant syndrome. It could be extremely healthy And eating a very good diet but again. 'cause it doesn't necessarily mean that going to definitely be insulin resistant. Does it know exactly know so like you say it's going to be individual Unless this tests that can be done to look at that. We didn't mention one of the tests. That's used in in diabetes which is called hba one. C tests say that basically measures. The amount of blood glucose levels over about three month periods. That's a way of kind of looking at insulin. Resistance as well as looking at whether someone might have diabetes as well but yeah many people with with polycystic ovarian enjoyment won't have insulin resistance as well and say it will link also with things like body weights if you've got pcs new. You've got a high body weight and again you more likely to have insulin. Resistance young and then that needs to be nice to christine's question and she's mentioned dumps weight. She's mentioned cholesterol levels. She said why are healthy cholesterol levels. Should i be worried. I won't mind getting to high. Yes so with cholestrol. We tend to look at things. The h- hdl stroke and the ldl cholesterol so is high density leiper eighteen and then as elbow which is laid dense delight propriety in and then this is all kind of back together as your total cholesterol level. So if you've got diabetes what we're looking ideally for his total cholesterol level below four but then we also generally break that down. Look at these. Hdl's which are more the positive the beneficial fats and cholesterol levels. And then the ldl which are the more harmful ones say generally wonder hdl cholesterol above one and ldl cholesterol. To be below what it gets below to check my facts on that because it's very very no. That's really really important to note that. I think a lot of people i. I've had instances in our clinic. Chris people come in and they've done one of these gym tests that says they've got high cholesterol. But then you actually look at the breakdown. And it's not actually worrying when you look at the ratio of hdl ldl and so. I think it's important. People know account for that. And then we've got the last question. And ben has said as a pre diabetic should be avoiding cops which we've kind of discussed earlier and an add on to that and does it make me more susceptible to cave it. Say the. I mean in terms of avoiding calls i would say no Just because that's basically what we talked about before you're going to be carrying out a whole feet group and if you wanna if you out clubs completely you need to replace they with something else and generally that's gonna be very high fat diet now that can be done in a in a healthier way but often people when they Supplement all of that cubs with fat. Instead it can mean higher saturated fat intake which can increase your cholesterol levels. So i would say you could maybe think about possibly modifying carbohydrate. If that's an approach that works for you to help you. If you're overweight to be able to lose weight for. But i would say somewhere more in the region of fifty to one hundred and thirty grams as a low carb diet is what you should be an looking at the kind of carb free diet in terms of covid question. Then i'm no avenue risk. In terms of prediabetes there is some association in diabetes. Wave people have got poorly controlled diabetes under the age an influencing factor as well about that outcomes with covert but not in terms of getting covid. Yeah i think there's a lot of concern at the moment with covid regardless of the time that you're listening to this podcast and i guess it's important just to be aware that you just want to be as houthi. Can i suppose within reason. But there is no evidence that diabetes means. You're more likely to get covid. I think maybe that came from the fact that you're in a high risk repent you considered high risk. Is that crash high risk. Yeah yeah so. I mean it's more by if if someone with diabetes is to get covert. It's not that they're more likely to get is just if they get covid. Then the outcomes maybe particularly they've a poorly controlled diabetes. Or if that someone that's oldest after about seventy and living with diabetes and it kinda increases the risk even further. Say that that's why. Yeah so let's move onto the fun part the podcast and we'll see if you find it fun. Chris ed facto fiction round. Are you ready as i'll ever be okay. So if you could fact or fiction to the following questions people with diabetes. Can't eat sugar. If you have type one diabetes you'll have it for life fucked. Your eyesight is poor. If you have diabetes fiction developing generational diabetes menu get type two diabetes fiction. But it is. You're at high risk guy. Prediabetes is a warning sign that you have a high risk of developing type two diabetes fact. Yeah for sure. And there's actually. I didn't mention before but we think there's around seven million people in the uk that have prediabetes and now actually fifteen times more likely to go on to get diabetes. Say wow big stat again. They're only people who are overweight. Tap diabetes fiction in the uk. Three point nine million people have been diagnosed with diabetes thing. That's a factor. But i haven't checked. The latest may even be more that i was gonna say possibly more than that now so the projections for it to be more than five millions as going all the time. So i'm gonna say possibly spay might be and you will definitely develop type two diabetes. If one of your parents have it. Fiction diet is the best way to manage type. Two diabetes fatigue can be common with diabetes. Fiction say some people can get fatigued. It tends to be more related to poor control of the levels. That was a very very concise. Chris thank you for answering fiction round so speedily mad with the perfect information and so that does really wrap up. Today's episode and. I'm so glad. Chris that we managed to get the things. I know that we've been trying to do this particular episode for a while and i'm so grateful that we've managed to get you on so we always finish our upsides with a feed thought. Today i'll start by saying that. I think that. I think it's really daunting if you're diagnosed with anything. But when people say is so many scary headlines around and i think one thing you said earlier that you could live with it and it's totally manageable out which is a nice positive thing if you have just been diagnosed with something that you can manage it but you need to talk to someone in need to surround yourself with positive people how professionals that can guide. You said lucky. I think 'cause we're recording this in the uk to have access to a service the nhs where there's lots of information out there now. It's something i think will also stand people in good stead for leading a healthy lifestyle which is obviously the diet physical activity but also sleep which we mentioned earlier and i could definitely tell you currently as new mom that i missed that a lot and it makes perfect sense by sleep has such an important role on your body's so basically the decisions that we make day to day can have an impact in our life in many years to come as well so chris as the half professional and the expert in this podcast which he liked to leave our listeners. Please with a take home message. Yes i i'd just like to say. Just be aware that. Not all diabetes is the same. If you come across someone telling you they have diabetes. Please make assumptions take time. If they're happy to share with you and find out what type it is. Don't judge them and please don't tell them they can't eat. You know chocolate or sugar. It's the one thing that i hear time and time again and it really drives people crazy. Say just take time to find out if you think your risk of type. Two diabetes than just be aware is preventable. I would recommend going onto the diabetes g k website. They've got a narrow risk school. Nasa you can actually kinda go in and fill that out and actually it will tell you what your risk is and if you are high risk you can actually then self refer to the nhs's diabetes prevention program. If you're living in england so that's a great thing you can do to empower yourself to find out more. Go and do something about it. That that's incredibly informative. What can find out more about you. Crystal. where can they get more information than yes they. I wrote a series of bestselling books which are called carbs. And kells say we have a website called cops and cows dot com also on social media at cobb's and cals and we have an app as well say please come and find out more. About as we've got lots on generational diabetes and lots of help people with type one and type. Two diabetes mellitus free resources on our website. And i remember reading that at university. And i have a copy at the moment as well. I believe in. Yeah my bookshelf. I can see to my left. Chris thank you so much for. I'm still so so happy that you managed to come on the cars. It's always so very humbling me to speak to her incredible health professionals. And thank you for sharing your knowledge today. Thank you having me if you enjoyed this episode. You'll absolutely love what's coming next week. So make sure that you click subscribe to be the first to hear it if you have time to. We'd really appreciate it if you want to. 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Podcast: New Year, New You....Here Is Your Plan! | Tim and Julie Harris

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Podcast: New Year, New You....Here Is Your Plan! | Tim and Julie Harris

"Welcome to real estate. Coaching radio starring award-winning real estate coaches and number one international bestselling authors. Tim and julie harris real estate coaching radio is the nation's number one daily radio show for realtors who demand authentic real time. Coaching get ready for flood. Free unfiltered full-strength honesty about what's working to get you into action helping others and making money now in today's real estate market or hosts tim and julie hairs three to one and we're back welcome to the podcast and i want to first off by start off by saying i've really received a lot of really nice texts emails from all of you guys in particular. There's been some that have been very appreciative of the nature of the content. It's funny you guys are so used to jalil being so drilled down in so practical and tactical that you're seemingly surprised that we have a brighter repertoire. that may gave us credit for but the truth. Is this when you've done something as for as long as we have inside from selling real estate but also coached agents for learning. We sold real estate for at this point. You have to basically learn how to help people with their thinking and their mindset stuff. You have to know how to move. People passed some of the things that cause people to stall out especially when they're in times of stress. I'm gonna tell you guys a say. His name. this coaching call. I had this morning. And he hadn't been listening to the podcast because he's been in the hospital and i didn't know it so Long story short. He has had amazing year. His been definitely knowingly burning the candle at both ends he sells real estate in a particular market in a particular price point. Where it's you know. He's been incredibly without even leaving any hints as to who it is because longtime podcast listers. No no i'm talking about. So i don't to drop anymore hints than where i already have. But he ended up in the hospital for four days with an infection. His body should have been able to fight off the guys healthy. He's a little bit younger than me. So there's no reason that should have happened to him and so he's now realizing that there has been a physical cost to the fact that he's been burning at both ends and hasn't taken any breaks and you know he was joking with me that this is the first time they spoke as these hospital but he's actually had what would what he's now calling his vacation where you know. He didn't have to do anything. He got to watch netflix all day and had his meals brought to him so he was making the most of it and yes he's fine now but the point being is that he and i had this conversation with you guys. I'm going to get back to the next point on the series that we're doing so there was a a psychologist. Sure he's still around. But i don't have any connection with anymore. I met him when he was working. Well he did a lot of speaking in such back in the nineties and just not just the real estate sector but whole bunch of other sectors. His name is dr fred gross. And he's the one that originally came up with this concept and some of you guys have stumbled across this to which i absolutely love because it really does make the point and this is the story. I told him this morning on the coaching call. I almost said his name to catch that. I stopped myself. So i want you to picture a jar and i want you to picture three piles of rocks now. Dr grow says it's slightly different. But i'm gonna give you the condensed version because that's just the way. We're on a podcast. It's thirty minutes so we're going to do it. We gotta do to make points quick. 'cause we can't right so you have a jar clear jarred so you know a big old school. You know claire jar that your mom had put in you know jam or whatever so it's decent size and then you have three piles of rocks and you have and there are three different sizes and so let's call the smallest pile of rocks. Let's just call them pebbles. And then there's medium size rocks and then there's this big rocks each pile of rocks represents an essence where you spend your time where you spend your best efforts where you spend your energies where you spend your thinking where you put all of your best efforts towards every single day now the big rocks of the things that matter most to you so those big rocks of the things that You know those are the things that you really benchmark your life by. And so i asked him what his big rocks were after explaining the story to. Because here's what we're gonna do. We're going to decide in which order to put the rocks in the jar. That's where this goes and so. He told me his big his big rocks where he wants to spend more time with his kids and he wanted to spend more time traveling so everyone needs and this is an aside. This isn't part of the big rocks a story. But i'll just share this with you guys as well. If you're wanting to know really ultimately what drives people it comes down to three things. It comes down to having something to do. That's a purposeful. You're feeling like you're making a contribution to the world and obviously making money so you have to have something that gives you a sense of meaning number two. You have to have someone to love and number three. You have to have something to look forward to generally speaking when you have those three things obviously health figures in there as well but generally speaking when you have those three things for the most part your life is going to be directed. You're going to know essentially what you're supposed to be doing. And you're not ever if you stay attached to this three overriding concepts. It's going to be difficult for you to get too far off the off track so again. It's essentially something that gives you a sense of meaning purpose. Number two is somebody love and number three. Is something look forward to now if you happen to have multiple multiples in each of those categories or that's good to you know if you have multiple people love that's great if you have multiple things look forward to that's great And the things to give you a sense of purpose in life. That's good to in. Just make sure you're not overwhelming yourself and then you're back to real started again creating too much stress because you're trying to get too much done which by the way it's one of the points about to share you but back to the big rock story so i asked him well. Here's big rocks. Were and he described to those two things. So so the things that came to mind the quickest. He wanted to have more things to look forward to. He started to tell me about the trip that he's looking forward to. He's going to mexico. I think it was. I think three told me over the holidays. And that's fantastic. I'm sure he's going to do it right. i'm sure he's going to fly first class state. A beautiful hotel is going to spend a lot of time with this really beautiful family. It's gonna be something he really looking forward to and when he was telling me about this trip us looking forward to the analogy and his voice changed so for years are coaching calls. Were just over the phone. You know this is back before you zoom and all the respite so in order to be a good coach especially if you're just primarily doing it over the phone you learn to pick up a lot. A little hiccups in people's voices. That really tell you what they're thinking because generally speaking people are not skilled enough to try to essentially Alter the the pattern in which they're speaking the rate in which they're speaking the analogy in which they're speaking and the just the amount of pausing they do or the thinking they do so as a coach to get better at doing what you're supposed to be doing as a coach to help somebody with their solve their problems you then have to basically learn to listen to all those tiny little inflections in their voices so when i was listening to him describe how he's looking forward to his into the year trip in to mexico he was. I could hear it in his voice he was sincere. His voice became a little bit calmer. He sounded like you know. Just somebody was a little bit less stress just in ever so slight degree less so but that really was telling me as his coach that he was being sincere. That's something he was really looking forward to. And so i i asked him. So how would it feel for you to have multitudes of things to look forward to for the rest of the year. Or i'm sorry for all twenty twenty one not you know. They don't know t- trips around the world but they could just be little things they could be occasional ventures in your own hometown the involve work and just little things like that because the reality of it is is that when you're at this as a level of success that he's experiencing. You're not going to be able to completely check out. You're not going to be able to delegate everything you can delegate some things but you can't delegate everything which i'll finish up with the big rock store here in a second so he told me those big rocks right. Those are the things that are important him. And then i said well what are the so give me some examples of like medium rocks and he came up with some other things and then then i asked describe what what's left. What are the other things that you're spending time on that you're giving priority to those of your pebbles. Those are the smallest rocks. You've got in your pile. And then he stirred rattling off a few things that he recognizes being small rocks things that he thought were his priority in his life and his business and so then i said to him knowing that the in order to fit all these first of all. You can't fit all the rocks in realistically. You can't and if you wanna put the big rocks in. I in other words the big rocks of the things that are going to give you the most satisfaction the most meaningful to your life. You have to put those in. I but i said robin which order have you putting putting out. Sorry who which order. If you've been putting the rocks in your jar. And he told me he's been putting the small rocks and i he's been putting an not just not completely across. The board reap bad priorities but for the most part he's now realizing after his his Forced four day vacation that the order in which he was prioritizing things in life change that instantly. Well i shouldn't oversell it. That will definitely make him feel more. Sass biden less stress. And so then we started making so so again. The jar analogy. You've got to put the big rocks. And i because if you don't then there's not gonna be any room for them and what's going to happen is the lesser important things or maybe even the non consequential things they will fill the jar of the quickest and as a result of that. You won't have any space left to put those big rocks said jar guys. Get it conceptually. It makes sense right. So when you're thinking about what matters most to you. The things that you say are matter most to you. Are they really truly where you put your emphasis in your energy and your focus. And if they're not here's an for them. It's not look guys. I get it. It's hard especially after this crazy ass year we've had but the reality of it is is if you don't if you don't knowingly put those big rocks in the jar i that in itself causes you stress that in itself causes you to feel a lot of overwhelming disconnect. Because you're you're being incongruent with what matters most you and those are obviously the things that would be representative in our analogy aspects. Guys get conceptually here. Where i'm going with this. So that's the conversation we had and then we identified what some of the pebbles were and then we talked about relatively quickly how to go about making those things so that they could be delegated to somebody else or frankly just completely stopped being done and he's gonna make a list of his other the pebbles and whatnot and then we're going to go back and re prioritize and this is not the answer to this question by the way of the answer to this is not one answer and then it's all forever you have to go back and reassess the big rock small rock puffing on a regular basis because as your business in any business in life changes especially again in these create this crazy time. We're living through the priority. Sometimes we'll be forced to change. And so you have to adapt but that again when you feel like. You're spending too much time on inconsequential. Really not that important things that will eat at your soul. Almost because you're feeling like i mean here. There's a practical answer to i mean. Look at this. He was feeling bad by the fact that he wasn't spending enough time with his kids. Right that's a. He was carrying around forever which inevitably caused him to feel a sense of overwhelm and stress and then physiologically his body reacted. You guys get it. Now is the conclusion he and his doctors came to the caused him to end up in a hospital for four days over an infection. That could have very well. Salt resolved with simple antibiotics from the pharmacy. So these are important things. This conversation is really a something you need to be having in your life on a regular basis all these statements just made. They're easy to say but hard to apply. Well let me give you now. We're going to drill down. I'm gonna give you some practical tactical ways you can go about making these things so that you don't have to worry about which rocks you're putting in your jar. I all right. So here's the point number. Let me see what point at on here. Okay well the next point was pinpoint the primary sources of your overwhelm. What two things. If taken off your plate would alleviate eighty percent of your stress. I feel right now. I think i just described that pretty sufficiently with the whole big rocks thing right. I think giving you guys. That story kind. Compasses that point. So i won't go over that again. Point number five set boundaries. On your time in workload now. This is something again now. When you're starting to edit about us about to read you the point. I'm going to do a little preface here when you are starting anything new especially a business especially like your real estate business. You've got no boundaries. Don't be worrying too much about your boundaries when you're starting your your real estate practice if you're listening and you're just getting started you've got no boundaries you say yes to everything. Don't worry about being burned out. Burn yourself out okay. Because you've got to get into massive action and there's an old saying that's easier to go faster than it is to go slow and when you're trying to do something new and that's absolutely true so if you enter into your business relate now guide outstanding health or other issues and you know that there's only a certain amount of stress you can handle and you know just what you're hearing but for the most part many of you don't use of burn out especially when you're starting something new as your excuse not to basically leave it all on the field every single day. You know we get asked to this day. I'm fifty when julian iron are early. Twenty s we sold over one hundred houses first year. One hundred and three houses with are pending their first year. And people ask how we did it and to this day. I think the mazing that i get that question. And i don't mean that in a snotty way. I just think that in a sort of like almost bewilderment because the answer obviously is we democrat. Lot crapped out of work for a long period of time right. I mean the the answers. We truly did what we didn't wanna do. And we didn't want to do it. At the highest level. And you know we had more wins than we had losses but we had plenty of losses. I mean had. We had the skill set. We were new agents. We had no skill set. But we didn't stop. We had there was no. We weren't talking about balance or burn out. We were just talking about it done. We're talking about paying off our student loans back. Then we're talking about making it so we could both go full time in real estate back then so we are focused on essentially making it so we can move our own ball down the field and we weren't certainly worried about ballots. So i caution you against boring or putting balance when you're trying to start something amazing as a priority worry about the balance when you increase the balance in your checking account hopefully that resonates with at least some of you. I know for all of you. But at least we'll some of you. So point number five back to what i was saying set boundaries on your time and workload have a real schedule at least in the morning. I'm not going to try to even pretend that real estate agents will keep to a schedule the entire day. They will not one of the reasons. I know you guys got into real estate. Was what you wanted to not have a boss. You wanted to control your own schedule and you wanted to make a lot of money. While the first two things are easily accomplished in the last thing it turns out. It's not so easy if you don't know what you're doing right so in real estate right now in your business right now you should at least have a morning schedule the morning schedule what how axelrod and a lot of other people have written about it. There's a lot of really great books about how to the most out of the morning. But again i'll just drill down for you and give you the bottom line every single one of you especially as you get older. I i dare. I say are physiologically wired to get to be essentially more awake more energetic more efficient in the morning you're going to feel better in the morning you've had a full night's sleep. Hopefully you've done some exercise if not incorporate that into your morning schedule and that's the foundation for your day and here's the amazing thing when you start falling a morning schedule your morning schedule and i'll give you guys some helping hand a helping hand guide here in a second budge conceptually conceptually want you to get this if your morning schedule is made up of accomplishing. Well it's actually my next point. Make your schedule focus on three things that will get you the most bang for the buck about that. If all you do the rest of the day if all you ever got done the rest of the is those three things in the morning. You'll have a great day. And i'll talk. Let's keep practical tactical so the three things that you should all have in your schedule. It might be five things but you have to start the day relatively early seven thirty eight o'clock in the morning now. Some of you are going to start a lot earlier in that. Get this jillian. I used to start our days every single day at four thirty and we did this for four or five years. We'd start at four thirty. Am and we'd our first coaching calls at five. Am and every single day jillian. I would have usually average between twelve and fourteen individual coaching calls per day. We did that. Like i said for four or five years. You wanna talk about doing what you don't what to and you don't want to do is level absolutely but here's the thing and also forced us to become very good at what we chose to be very good at and because we put in the time we put in the effort we put in you know. We paid our dues and paying dues in life. It's something that if you try to avoid you'll never essentially get anywhere. Unfortunately that's true. There are no shortcuts there. Are you guys. Know this intuitively. But yet everyone continues to look for shortcuts. Best shortcut you can ever have. And i'll i'll put this into a warren buffett quote. Warren buffett ask was asked Once essentially here's what he said he said americans love to celebrate the comeback story. He was asked a question about somebody who you know. Some billionaire that build a business and failed as business and then build it back and so he said americans love to celebrate the comeback story. He said. I like to celebrate the guy who built it never lost it and kept on building at guy or gal obviously right so he says he likes to celebrate the person that didn't build it and then lose it and then does it again so the lesson that you should be taking away from that is you don't have to have long periods or even short periods of feast and famine. You can have consistent level levels of success i remember. I don't know why. I'm feeling so Thinking about our first year. But i remember our first year in business. And we're like Howard brenton was interviewing us. And you guys who are been in the real estate business for a long time. You might remember howard and this is before. He made his stars. But i remember. He asked us this question he said and i know what the hell i wasn't a you. The question was how are you going to prevent the sophomore slides. And i didn't even know that net now someone told me it was a sporting thing right so you have a great first year second year. You kind of don't do as good and your third year. You fail out and again. I didn't know what the hell he met. So i don't remember what i said. I'm sure i was cocky newest when i was in my twenties and all the rest of it so i'm sure the answer wasn't ready for print but moral of the story was that's the expectation even howard had for people that were successful quickly. Is that you're not going to maintain that level of success and it's fascinating. I wonder if people think that. And that's what leads. So many people not having consistent levels of success an auto and other words. I wonder if people in this. I'm trying to ask a question in such a way that you guys will be introspective. Ask yourself this question. I wonder if we as human set ourselves up because we assume that we're not supposed to have consistent levels of success consistent levels of love consistent levels of health consistent levels of financial wealth building consistent levels of improving. Your you know all the things that matter most you. I wonder if many of us assume that there's no way to maintain a level of consistency with self-improvement and financial improvement. And all the other things that you want to have improve the versus degrade right. I wonder if we think. And that's the reason we create the reality of the sort of up and down feast and famine lifestyles that so many people you know the whole like wait for example how many people lose it gain it back lose it beginning back is it. Because they don't think that they can or they don't believe that it's normal to maintain a state of ever increasing levels of improvement or is it simply for some other reason that maybe they just like to eat. I mean maybe a little bit of both right so getting back to what's really relevant here with regards to keeping your morning schedule when you're creating your morning schedule. Here are the things that matter most for the sake of earning money proactively generation. That is something you have to master. If you you can ignore what. I just said. And all the way to the point where you're gonna fail out of real estate or in this is unfortunately the new reality for many of you. You might buy your leads by your business but you will end up with virtually no prophet because the real profitable businesses. The real the best way to make the most amount of money has obviously helped. The most people accomplish their goals the way to earn the right to be of service to those people to help them accomplish. Their goals is to be a proactively generator. You have to learn to proactively lead generate and again. I know longtime listeners. You guys are knowing what i'm about to say. Because they say it all the time it shocks me. It saddens me. I mean all sorts of conflicting emotions. The number of agents that they get their licenses in the first thing they were told to do by leads. And i know that they're being told to buy leads. Because generally speaking the people that are running the the brokers and the office managers in the coaches and the gurus. I know why they're saying they're saying it because they haven't been in the business long enough a. b. there were never successful in the business in the first place sad but true and there's others that are basically purporting themselves to be coaches and gruber's that never actually sold real estate so they don't know any better either but the biggest reason that most people won't tell you what julian i tell you is because they don't know how to do it themselves because they never learned how to be proactively generators so when you learn how to be proactively. Jen lead generator. You no longer have to be beholden to buying business. You can actually take your first major step being financially free and this is what we strive for. All of our coaching clients are bill is all hopefully. It becomes your goals as well when you come. One of our. Coaching clients is for you to learn how to proactively generate to the point where you can set a prequalified listing appointment day and then in the afternoon go and take that listing or take the one you set the previous day. That is our aim when we take you on a coaching client and we have hundreds of clients every month that join and how many of them actually get to that point realistically probably less than ten percent because again it gets to my previous point that so many of you guys don't believe you can ever increasing levels of success the way you have ever increasing levels of success as you put in consistent effort that effort is put in and here. It is again ready doing when you what you don't want to do when you don't want to do it. At the highest level you cannot count on feeling ever like you want to proactively generate. If you're lucky you're going to feel like picking up the phone and doing the real work of real estate. Maybe one day of one hundred days. You're going to have to talk yourself into it. You're going to have to convince yourself to do it. And what happens after you've done it for enough times in a row. The torah essentially the negotiating with yourself to do the work that you don't really want to do when you don't wanna do it. At the highest level it becomes easier and then it just becomes systematic and then it just becomes a part of your day. That's where you have to get but the only way you can get there if you consistently put in the effort a guys listen. I know what i'm telling. You is not the easiest thing to hear. I know what i'm telling you. It's not as easy as hearing. Hey bob went. You know here you go. You want some more leads well go. Why don't you go buy some leads from facebook. Why don't you become zillow thing or blah blah blah blah. and then. you're going to do it because it requires no skill other than giving someone your credit card number k so you got to learn how to be a proactively practically generator and you also a sub point that one. You've got absolutely positively embraced the idea that the frankly being listing agent is the only way forward on previous podcast. We've talked endlessly about all of the headwinds that are gonna be faced on the buyer side of the business. And i'll just it with this one statement the entitlement as a buyer as a buyer's agent to receive commission as part of a transaction. I think those days are coming to an end in other words. You're you're buyer's agent. You're going to have to start convincing the buyer to want to pay or finance your buyer's agent commission which means that many of you will not make the curve As the market starts to shift this is the direction that the tech companies will take the industry now universally effect all corners of the industry. No we'll universally affect all price points. No but it will affect their the consumer's expectation. We'll start to change which means that the buyers who would have previously used a buyer agent are going to go directly to the salaries and this is the way it works. Virtually all the rest of the world in real estate transactions. There are no buyers agents were they are the buyers paying the buyer's agents commissions and if you want to buy a house you go directly to the listing agent. We're julian. I live in puerto rico. That's actually how it works. There are people that say that they're buyer's agents but the fact is if you wanna buy a house where we live you either go to the listing agents or you get lost because the the listing agents are not going to be dealing directly with the buyer's agents. This is the by the two commissions or the traditional six percent three and three those that is a sort of a. It's an element. it's a it's a carry over from the past era and you've got to accept the fact that if you wanna be relevant in real estate you're going to have to learn how to be a listing agent if you wanna be a profitable listing agent. You're gonna have to embrace the fact that you have to proactively generator if you wanna proactively generator. That means you're going to have to learn to be disciplined with at least your morning schedule k so it goes in this order proactively generation. Then you're gonna have to learn how to do your own. Pre-qualifying pre-qualifying is an art and science. But at the end of the day you're just reading your script sir pre-qualifying that is incredibly important now again. I see a lot of agents who are bragging about the fact that they delegate their pre-qualifying that makes absolutely no sense to me. Pre-qualifying is one of the last things you ever delegate in frankly even in our best coaching clients i definitely tell them to never delegator pre-qualifying. You've requalify every single one of your leads. Even if they appear as a buyer in our script and our pre-qualifying script one of the things we teach you to say is when you get a call from someone who's presenting as a buyer you assume that there are seller because most of them are especially depending on what the price point is the house. They're calling about but what do most agents do. They proceed as if it were a buyer. They don't actually try to close for motivation. They have no idea of the person has a house to sell. They have no idea of timeframe they just say they're going to put them in their drip system than the agents wonder why they go broke. Well i have news for you dripping on somebody's rude. That's a joke to gross joke. But it's true so think in terms of when you get your the real work of real estate is being a proactively generator and learning how to pro- prequalify once you prequalify then you're gonna learn how to obviously pre-act you proactively generated the lead. You've got a great seller lead on the phone. You're going to find out their motivation. There timeframe your then a senate appointment which is the next thing so you got pre proactively generation pre-qualifying then you have to essentially know how to present. Then you have to negotiate and then you have to close. This is the five points but in the morning. The only thing. I want you to know how to do. Well the only thing i want you to master and this isn't the business aspect of your life and we're going to talk a little bit about on the personal aspect but in the business aspect of things that i want you to embrace are they essentially the proactively generation in the pre-qualifying. Just do those things now. We can also sprinkle in lead. Follow up as being part of your morning schedule. That's what we tell you to do in the coaching program. That's we tell you. Also do in harris roles but the and i got no problem that but i don't think enjoying these are several of the things that julius nyerere mostly in agreement about but not completely in agreement about. Because what i've seen over the years is if you tell agents that they can use their morning the sort of a sacred time of proactively generation in the morning that they can use that time for lead up then what happens is those agents will then not do any newly generation and they'll just do lead follow up. Consider that time well spent no. That is not the way it's supposed to work every single day. You have to generate new business. Following up on business is not the same as generating new business. And once you learn how to qualify. You won't have a lot of follow up because your brooded out whether they are an alien leader a laid and you'll know what their motivation is and you'll hopefully will set an appointment. Those are the things that you have to be doing in the morning. Now you do just that if you set an appointment listing appointment a day from a lead that you didn't have to buy you proactively generated. We doing our coaching program. And then that lead up you know you set an appointment with that lead and you did the same thing yesterday and you're going to do the same thing tomorrow can you see how the compounding effect of that with that's going to have on your life. Oh get too busy. Let's worry about that problem when we get to it okay. Let's worry about whether you're going to be able to handle it when we actually have a problem that we have to figure out how to handle. Because i got news for you have way more capacity than you think you do and you can handle a hell of a lot more than what you think you can. But let's cross that bridge when we get to stop thinking about it remember. We talked yesterday. The thing that makes you feel overwhelmed is not being present and the sense of essentially worry too much about the future worrying too much about the past that is going to cause you your brain to have essentially disorderly thinking and the disorderly thinking causes you to have stress causes. You'd have a sense of foreboding and that never goes away unless you learn how to reprioritize your time so with regards to the morning schedule the other things that we definitely suggest you do. Is you start every morning with exercise you start every morning with some form of exercise if you are completely out of shape and you are the calm exercise new. Dr not buddies a little technique. Start with a fifteen minute walk every day. Now you know. And i know that you're going to try to sleep in especially if you're trying to set new set new expectations for yourself physically so set your clock for a little bit early. If you normally get up at say seven set for six forty five and then if you wanna lay around in bed for ten minutes and thinking and try and talk yourself into or out of exercising go for it but when that secondary alarm goes off get your butt out of bed leave your workout tennis shoes and your workout clothes right by your bed. And then if at the very do is go on at least fifteen or twenty minute walk and then start working yourself up to to working out. More now jillian. I also huge proponents if you have one locally using orange theory orange series of fantastic jim. It's a great place to meet real estate clients a great place to meet all kinds of different people that will enhance your life but again work up to it but orange theories a great thing to do. If you're lucky if you have one near you join. I don't and puerto rico or we live you also want to seriously consider having low carb lifestyle. I've had we've talked about this in the podcast so many times and you know it's funny. I i have all these stories all these emails. I just literally saw emails flashed in my head as i started to talk to. You guys about people who have just heard this okay. So here's what here's the big. Reveal right if you cut your carbs every day to fifty grams or less just your carbs. Cut your carbs. If fifty grams or less your body will lose weight despite you because when you give your body's sugar i the body then will essentially use the sugars that you're putting into your body as your energy and all the excessive of sugars that your body didn't use for energy that creates fat so when you start basically cutting back the external input of sugar through carbs the force your body through a process called ketosis to burn its own fat storage. That is one of the quickest and easiest ways to get your body or get back on the path of getting your body in shape. You could lose weight just by doing what i just said without working out. Now i don't want you to. Obviously because i want you have a good strong healthy heart and your. Musk mosquito muscular already. And all the rest of it not to mention the fact that there's a lot of benefit to your psychology when you're actually out there physically doing something right but at the very least considered going low carbs in book about this and i know there's all kinds of kito and all this other stuff that it's all great but adkins for life read that book. Listen to that book it really does. It's the original. It's the classic. It's the book that all the other studies that came out afterwards. Were based on. Do seriously considered going low carb. I challenge all of you. Guys did at least have an open mind to that now. The next thing is you've got to really be careful. You gotta give yourself a twelve hour window when you're not you haven't eaten anything k. You're gonna put your body into a natural fast and that's not that hard to do so if you go to bed do the math you guys can figure it out right. Go to bed and o'clock get up at eight o'clock that kind of thing you're going to be good but do consider making it so you stop eating late if you eat late and you get up early. Your body is actually going to Be fatter that's just the bottom line and not just external fat. You could see but also oregon fat as well so do consider vasan every single day for twelve hours. Stop every day at seven knowing that you're going to get up the next day at seven that kind of thing only have water okay. There's another little health tip that all of you can easily do. You can read all the books. You can go the seminars. You can read all you know youtube videos and all the whatever but i just summarize to great ways for all of you to lose weight now and the next thing and this is something that i know. i'll take story so jillian. I have done a absolute crap ton of zooms over the past this year because of covid right. we've been doing zooms. it's just now starting to back off. We're doing zooms for offices for teens. We're doing zooms when you're talking to people who are wanted to join our e. x. p. group by the way if you wanna talk to julian out about joining our team just text me directly at five one two seven five eight zero two zero six texts me directly if you wanna join. Espn and is your sponsors. Five one two seven five eight. Oh two oh six. But we're on two separate zooms in this. What i'm telling you the stories actually happened twice. I think it's funny. Some of you might think it sad. But i think it's funny so we're always and you know there's a button you can hit where you see everyone who's on zoom. Who has the camera on their face. So in this one particular zoom there were maybe fifty or seventy five people on it. I mean everyone's space was like the size of a postage stamp rate. But so jillian i actually were doing assume together presenting but then she was talking and i was looking at the different faces because obviously then you could tell people paying attention or not and i came across this guy who right in front of his camera had a glass. It was a notebook right so you could see at the desk level. He had a glass and this was what lebanon. maybe of. Chardonnay may have been rosa but it was wine for sure and i just thought that was hilarious. I mean it's sad. I get it but it was also hilarious. So he was listening to giuliani at this real estate meeting on zoom. Well we're here having morning glass of booze. And so i actually sort of stopped podcast and i don't remember name. We'll call him bob. i'll say. Hey bob is that rosaiah ordinary. I said something like that. 'cause everyone else could see that he was drinking while he was you know supposedly at work. And so what the hell right. And so what. Bob did is. Bob actually took the glass put in his hand in clinked did against the camera as if we we're having a nice glass of wine. I thought that was actually hilarious. Now we had that same exact situation happened more than once but anyway just funny. I was glad that bob the fact that i was just trying to have some fun with him. His name was involved by the way. But you get the point so my point about talking to you about this. Was that a lot of people have developed a habit of drinking too much wine or alcohol or having other things that have essentially been helping them emotionally. Get through this really crazy year. We've had right. It's an unusually stressful year. It's been an unusually challenging your. It's been an unusually rewarding year and twenty twenty one going to be just like it and further. We're in a state in the economy and society where there's a generational shift that's going on. It's going from the baby boomers and gen xers to the younger folks but at the same time there's also an economic ship that's happening so i think historians fifty years from now look back to realize. This was the era of the great shift where essentially many different forces seismic shift. If you will were happening simultaneously. And i think in my opinion and julia is opinion. And frankly when i talked to this era that we're entering into is going to be one of the greatest times to be in the real estate industry ever and again we've talked about this. A lot in previous podcasts. So any there's anything that makes you think that we're not optimistic. You're you're absolutely wrong. Incredibly optimistic about what the future holds. But if you have developed and alcohol issue so we say or some other Something that's going to diminish your mental acuity or your motivation. You need to own that. So if you picked up an excessive drinking issue or eating issue or whatever issue as a result of basically dealing with your stress you might want to think about this being a great time to stop that or cut back with that. So maybe the first thing to do. If you're a wine drinker julian i are is. You just cut it back to one glass a day. That's it and remember to keep towards your Your upper limits as spurs your. Keep yourself in a fast mode so don't have a too late in the day but have one glass now. So what happens is alcohol like virtually everything else. It makes it so that you don't get the same feeling Unless you have more and more and more so a lot of you build up high tolerances and you're going to realize that as you start try to start coming off that but there is something really cool. I know joe rogan and a whole bunch of other people do this to called sober october. Where you just completely don't do. Anything has anything to do with drugs or alcohol or just even the socially acceptable forms of drug and alcohol marijuana all that stuff just completely purge yourself and it's a natch your body then essentially cleanses itself of all that stuff that was floating around and causing you to not think clearly. Now see the reason. I'm telling you about this reason. It does relate to the topic that we're working on this week about feeling overwhelmed and excessive stress is. Because if you know you're not thinking correctly and clearly in you know you're not able to feel motivated if you're not if you're just essentially in this emotional malays basically it probably is due to excessive carbs and excessive consumption of things that are like alcohol in those two things in combination very well could be causing you and just those things alone by purging your life of just those two things alone. You might start to feel amazing so when you're putting your morning scheduled together by the way you guys can get a copy of rotate treasure map. Which doesn't include our suggested morning schedule. It's actually a full day schedule but the morning schedule. I'm realistic is the only one i know you guys will stick to and if you want that schedule if you want to join the free coaching program which by the way ends on january. I'm sorry december first. The free coaching program ends. We started at the advent of covert. I know covert is still going on. But we're just not gonna do the free coaching program anymore. After the end of this month so if you want to join it text the word survival. Two three one nine nine six text the word survival two three one nine nine six. And when you do we'll text you back a link in that will include the real estate. It actually gets you into the free coaching program. And then when you log in then you can download the real estate treasure map. The real estate treasure map gives you a what we have prescribed to agents for a billion years as far as being they're having the ideal schedule but again your morning you wake up the only thing. I didn't mention that is also important and this is something else suggests you do while you're working out. You're exercising is show overt gratitude and you can show overt gratitude just in your thoughts but the best way to do it and i know this might you know you're kind of doing two things at once but this definitely does work is like when you're walking around or you're exercising or you're doing something like that set doing audio recording where you're saying thanks where you're showing gratitude toward somebody. Just send it while you're working out. You don't always have to taxed when texting like on the new iphones you can. The audio recording teacher works as ing so show gratitude every single day it could just be gratitude for anything it does not have to be some long soliloquy. It'd be something very simple appreciate you having appreciate having you in my life i appreciate whatever and if your immediate family your kids and your spouses and your whoever else assuming you have a family like that if not your dog and your cat and your bird show avert gratitude towards them just the state of showing burke gratitude. We'll have an immediately a positive impact on your psychology. And how you feel. And i don't know why it works that way but it does it. Elevate your mind out of that. Worry egos state another little tip and these are kind of hacked but again these definitely work is do consider going completely media free. Oh my gosh. it's so important. You guys take that seriously and by media free. I mean how. Many of you every single morning. I want you to think about this and i enjoy doing this the other day which was kind of funny. She said i was just on facebook. Putting pictures of zoe up. Which was okay. I suppose but still. So here's the thing. Don't do not do anything with any sort of media other than like podcasts. Things that you know uplift you like was feeling that up loading pictures for her family zoe. That uplift sir. So that's kind of a gray area right but for the most part absolutely positively have immediate free morning because these second you check your new speed they second you check your fill in the blank news. Source your mind is all the sudden going to be taken over by whatever it is that you're reading fear. It's not good things right anything. Good you're not gonna read something for the most part and feel motivated. You're going to be fearful. You're going to be anxious. You're going to be mad. The news is designed to give you bad news because it knows that you have a unending desire for bad news. Because that's all of us are wired. I talked about that. Dare to go on this podcast. It's normal to have negative thoughts. They've they're essentially innate and all of us necessary for a long term survival right that is part of how all of us think. I'm sorry how all this are. Hardwired having a negative thoughts but within what happens is is that without consciously knowing it. You're actually doing doom scrolling looking for more negative thoughts and then you're going to start attracting people that reinforce that way of thinking and then basically you've lost a day so if you lose your morning if you don't have control of your morning schedule and your morning schedule is full of chaos and you know exercising and eating a big karbi breakfast and then filling out with a bunch of cnn or fox or whatever your you know your your self prescribed drug is your drug of doom is rate. And then you know you have an argument and then you you guys get. Your day is screw. Just forget about go back to bed. You're done your house. Anything positive him to come that day. When you start your day out like that you've got to control your morning you've got to take it back from whatever you given it over to take it back. Be greedy be selfish. Be demanding on yourself but stop allowing other things to control your day and everything in your life once you. I mean this is this we did a podcast wrote about this before and i'm not going to grind on this point too long but it is true. Nobody on the face of the planet earth wants you to be rich Everybody wants you to be dependent. And that's a really a profound thought. I think for me. Frankly but it's true. Everybody and everything wants you to be dependent. 'cause if you are independent that causes anxiety in the system the system and i'm not making trying to sound like this matrix here but kind is right but the system is dependent on dependency and if all the sudden people become independent and they're no longer dependent then they start having control their own thinking. For example there is a lot of people that will argue that what humans are motivated by is not wanting to feel freedom or not wanting to feel independent for that matter many argue and i think these are people that are politically motivated. That what really motivates people are being taken care of in other words. The strongest desire is not to have a sense of freedom not to have a sense of independence but to be dependent. That's a lot of these sort of. I think frankly. Politically minded. Psychologists are saying to rationalize an omnipresent form of government and again not being political. I'm just a being observant in showing you and sharing with with what i'm seeing but here's the thing that happens and i think this is ultimately the reason that you know these politics are going on like they are is if you have to be dependent on you know if you're financially independent for example if you're not dependent on when you're financially independent you don't have to worry about the fact that you where's my money going to come from by food. Where's my money going to come from make by car payment house. Sills you basically elevate yourself beyond that in other words you're rich or your money works for you have to work for your money soon as you transcend the having to be in the hamster wheel everyday then all of a sudden. You're not so easily manipulated. 'cause the way you are manipulated now is fear of losing which you already have so if all the sudden there's some external thing that's going to cause you to lose your livelihood. Whoever it is that says they're going to stop that you zombie hoard from taking away your farm. That's who you're going to basically allowed to empower to take care of you but soon as you transcend beyond financial dependence on really financial dependence. Then once you don't have that as an issue anymore than now you can move onto being independent. An independent thinker. You can then decide like would you vote for the same people vote for now just making a somewhat political if you were financially independent would you. I want you to think about how interesting that is a question. Would you vote for the same people you vote for now. If you had enough money coming in passively every single month the longer had to worry about money you're because basically your money was working for you. You know your had to work for your money would you do. Would you have the same friends. Maybe i mean hopefully some of them at least right would make the cut. Would you live in the same area. Would you think the same thoughts. Would you wear the same clothes. I'm not talking about. You know being some big flashy dresser. And i'm just asking you. How much of your life right now is because you're in a state of dependence because you're being forced through social reasons and other reasons into conformity conformity of your thoughts. Conformity of your emotions. Would you vacation assume you go on vacation. Would you vacation in the same places that you do now. If you're independent. It's it's fascinating. I think because what happens. And i've seen this happen coaching clients. That happened to julia. Ni- once you get to the point where you have to you are financially independent and essence. Then what happens. Is you actually become your you allow different thoughts and there may maybe competing with the way you thought before and then you have the little epiphany the way you thought before you. Why did you think that way in the first place. Why do i believe the way i believe. Why do i think the way i think with regards to this issue or that issue and then it starts to be the answers you get back are kinda fascinating. It's because you believed the way you believed because maybe you are part of a larger group that believes that way and that larger group would somehow rejected you. You wouldn't end part of the tribe if you didn't share those beliefs but all the into all of this is essentially the awakening within you of realizing that ultimately what you want is going to come on the other side of doing what you don't want to do when you don't wanna do it at the highest level for the most part most of you can completely change the trajectory of your life and a truly meaningful way in less than eighteen months. I'm not gonna lie to you and tell you it's going to happen fast. It's good it's a lot of damn work and by that. I mean how long it's gonna take for you to be come really efficient in your real estate business or how long we'll take you become really efficient with working out or if you're knee. Xp with your revenue share group. Or your you know investing how it'll take eighteen. Maybe a little bit longer. Maybe a little bit less but you get the point. It does not happen overnight again. Take consistent work and all starts with that morning schedule it all starts with basically how you start your day and if you guys again. Do you want to get our free real estate treasure map. Just text the word survival. Two three one nine nine six text the word survival to three one nine nine six. And when you do we're gonna text you back a link. You can join the free coaching program. Holy crap. I just looked at the clock almost an hour. Talk to you about this stuff. I do i really do. Because i know it's i'm very impactful receptive to it if you're listening to a hopefully i'm saying it in such a way. You guys are over filtering. Hopefully you're not you know. Maybe over analysing why motivations or you're not letting your brain bounce all over the place trying to psychoanalyze what you're thinking and feeling. Just listen to the words. Because and i will always keep things as practical as simple as possible because generally speaking what you'll discover allen with this and just to kind of make my point hopefully as languages evolve. Do they get simpler or more complicated right so if you guys have you ever studied or you've read maybe when you're back in school you maybe we're reading shakespeare for example or maybe not even that if you go back to the eighties and you watch the news. Newscast from the eighties or the seventies especially i. You really noticed in the seventies when you see people the way they express themselves they use long sentences they use long complicated words they they take awhile through. Most of it is essentially how they how they speak but incredibly beautiful vocabulary and butter dot. So here's a simple fact as languages evolve this big long elegant words go away those big long words sentences go away things become simpler so when you look at the history of english for example and you just go back like i said forty years and it does not matter if it was english as an england or english in the united states. Wherever you bring it back to forty years ago you look to see how people would express themselves versus now now. The you shorter phrase shorter words because technology. I'm sure it's been speedily looking on struggling over words as i'm talking about words isn't that funny i'm sure. The essentially the brevity in language has been amplified. The fact that technology has made it so that we have to communicate quicker right. I'm sure that's true but this happens anyway in every language. So when you come across when you're trying to self discover an answer to a question. Chances are the best answer. The most practical answer. The truest answer is the first answer that comes to your mind with the least amount of trailing thoughts that almost always going to be the correct answer and when you see people trying to explain themselves in big complicated you know multi page pdf whatever you know presentations and talking about complicated ways lead generate all the stuff. Those systems almost never worked because they're too complicated. There's too many threat. Vectors must says the causes too many places where you're essentially going to be stuck with this long winded effort to try to generate leads whereas the reality of it is you could just picked up the phone and generated lead and you didn't have to create a complicated funnel those predicated on buying leads for example. So when you're trying to cut through your own mark in your own mickey mouse. Think to yourself. Don't overanalyze okay. I'm hearing with saying he is saying following morning schedule duh. I know that everyone's always said that. Well why the hell aren't you doing it right. It's almost a new year. Maybe it's time to start. Don't start in the new year. Start now start working on it. Now as business winds down around the holidays. It's a great time to actually don't gain weight. Don't start drinking more. Actually go the opposite direction. Gabe your future self reason to celebrate your modern current self right january first version of you. I want you to be looking back towards december first version of you and saying you know what december first version of you are rockstar. Because you didn't you started this path this journey for us to basically get our act together a month early. He gave me a month the damage on the new year right. That's the way to think about it naked. So your your current version of yourself. It's your future version of yourself thanking the current version of yourself and if either way you don't like your overall predicament. Now okay if you're not liking your situation now you have nothing to blame but the past version of yourself. That's the person that made the decisions that resulted in what you're experiencing now. It's kind of funny to think about that way jillian. I always used to say we still do. Thanks past him enjoy. We experienced something. It's nice 'cause it was passed him enjoy that created that modern reality as past him enjoy. That had that reality manifest. It wasn't present imagery present to just getting the benefit from it. And you have to stay continuingly in the continue mode of creating and working in sticking your morning schedule and doing these things in. This is the discipline. This is the life. This is how you do it. This is how you make it so that you become the person that you can be and don't be believing you're too old. You're too young. you're not smart enough. You're too smart. You're not good looking enough to good-looking. Stop saying all that crap to yourself. Seating in life in general is complicated. When you choose to be complicated. Remember the analogy. I was just giving you with languages rate so its choose. The simplest clearest path forward and stop allowing your egotistical analytical brain to make your path board so complicated and then you're gonna start realizing it virtually everything in life can we ran through that same set of filters the simple answer is almost always the right answer. I can think of very few examples. Were that's not true. So listen guys if you need me for anything text me directly at five one two seven five eight hundred zero six five seven five eight zero six in the meantime. I'd love to speak with you guys about having julian. Ib your sponsors free xp we are available to have that conversation with you. Text me directly at five one. Two seven five eight. 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S3E21- Bullshittin' with Sweet T

Pressure Points

1:01:46 hr | 2 months ago

S3E21- Bullshittin' with Sweet T

"You guessed it pressure points with your two favorite hosts on this is aj and got a little special guest in studio today. Mr sweep t. We're hitting a season three episode. Twenty one oh shit. Find us on instagram and twitter at points pressure. Get ready by this. What the fuck is bullshitting bow. Ship bo shitting me about how she et. Shit out a bo- you know it baby. Have you ever realized the resemblance of our intro music to robo. Recall the music in that. Vr game no as a really similar. It sounds really similar. But i don't well they're not paying us so let's not talking to you okay interesting. I'm not surprised though. That's all i have just free. I don't have a good segue. Good how you thanksgiving you know not too bad. Yeah had an excuse to not go to anybody's house shitty parents house. I went to out. He was there thanks eighty nine. I made fat washed room. Make hot buttered rum saw tales. Really good those on wednesday. Yeah made on wednesday nights and then ready for thursday. Hell tastes good. Have a little bit. Leftover remind mail at you now explains to explain. The butter washed fat wash. I don't fucking know year your brown butter so you melt butter until it goes clear and then the fat solid start to drop to the bottom and those get cooked and turn brown. Thou- point is poured into a container poorer. Asthma jerome as you want in there and then talking mixed the shit out of it because if you don't build separate and you haven't done anything said wasted two hundred and fifty grams of butter. You're gonna say two hundred and fifty dollars butters fucking butter. Sixty pounds three sticks or something. I don't know Yeah spin makes the shit out of that. And you just let it sit all the solids congealed the top hip oklahoma linnet poor the filter it and for the rest of it in into a bottle and taste like butterscotch. Nice how's the hollick butterscotch harry. That'll be the next. P p cider i mean it takes like two hours so like is a lot quicker than the pity cider dope bad what about ut. Who's your house sweet. Tea holiday proper name holiday was good. Had this some jerk off kid over here came to my house. You can't talk about my research shit. My sister's baby daddy that way no. It was quite just to be low key for sure not extended families. You know stress stuff like that. It was just nice relaxing. We did a lot of getting to know. Yeah your sister's baby daddy daddy and just hung out and left more in that few hours than i had in a little while so that was nice. So little wholesome experience not too bad not too shabby at all. Good stuff. yeah. I was gonna say you do anything fun. You go to your family. No i did not go for thanksgiving. Faulk that what you're anti. I'm willing to murder. My family with kelvin potentially also. I didn't want to get it No i went to my girlfriend's parents place and we just had like a really small together. It was a nice nice little thing and then after that side of the family. Wasn't there Yesterday i went up to my parents house. Hung out with my brothers and fucked around had some pets and good laughs plus my brothers. Yeah fuck my brothers. Skip out on taking the one home today. They were like oh you want to write up to. Byu idaho with your like one brother and dropped the other often. I go nope because my parents don't know about the podcasts. I couldn't be like oh. Yeah like i actually after record with. Aj this weekend and they're like what not shall i was just like I'm meeting up with the friend. We're like okay. That's kind of like turn your brothers away for that. And i was like. It's a good reason by so. Yeah i love it. I love the the underlying story of you not telling your family that we think that i'm gonna tell well so. All of my siblings no But my parents don't I think i have a couple cousins. That listen But my parents don't know just because they they just don't grasp it like if i were to say. Oh yeah this picture. That's on the back of my phone is my podcast which my brother pointed out Yesterday we're eating breakfast. Oh hey my mom goes. She's all phones like your cases looking a little bit cracked. Turn it up and go. Oh yeah and these like yet. Probably for really crappy podcast to and i looked and i put it down like a yes pretty terrible and she was none the wiser dodge that it's just one of those. They would not grasp it and i would get so many lectures. You're an adult forty five year. Old toll thirty five fuck. He's closer to my age than what. My girlfriend guessed. It was on my birthday. Like d won't get in bed. I'm like twenty nine and she's like really what the four we've been the other two years. Yeah she's just like when. I was seventeen and she was fourteen. She's like yeah. I'm gonna be twenty nine. She's all oh shoot. I thought you were younger. Like what the fuck you gotta start out. Damn find some way to keep her around now. No she'll keep you around as long as you keep working and not and getting paid for it not working really the second. The money stops once money. Stops you either have to get hot. She's gonna serpine prostitutes from my sexual satisfaction. who knows. We'll find that you already do that. Now we know we haven't made enough pressure points. Yeah oh yeah. Oh yeah ain't new stuff up on the store though. If you're a patron you get a discount. Because that's what i've done since the last time we recorded. Oh yeah. I saw the for that and back down. Didn't wear oh good. That would be really just embarrassing would be. I didn't realize that i could shamelessly like get fifty percent off of our stuff. I just wanted a sample. Yeti know that. So i'm probably going to get One of those new designs kiss your designs her number. Yeah that's fair sweet. Little store that. I but these new ones are really good and then picture you put on. The show is fantastic. Worked so hard on that. So i was going on and screenshot the the shirts and i would 'cause i made them all in pate so that's why aj's off. I go in and select them out with the stupid little tool. And i'm just like copying and pasting into one thing and i'm just layering and i was like yeah. This looks cool. it's white in the background. I go exactly what to do. So i just started so armee. Just don't bug now. It were through it up and it worked all right now. I think it's beautiful and we should do a relaunch. We just did think your mom just bought a Like a hoodie or something. I'm talking to my mother. Stay away from his mother sweet tea. Oh you're grabbing going to have to tell them that i'm his father. No oh goodness so. Not bad sorry. I totally derailed good. I mean that was basically the extent of it sell. If you haven't noticed we do have sweet tea studio today. Oh hello if we actually give him a chance to talk this episode. It'll tell some story this this podcasts for us. Yeah this is. This is for us to just talk above him the entire time that works so we shut. Yeah yeah right exactly. Yeah we just did one of our sloppy seconds episodes. You can find him on patriotic Under four dollars and twenty cents here and talks about some some crap that he made some some little homebrew in the back office by accident. Which i i held onto this one for this episode So in middle school. I had this this friend. I can't say his name because it's so unique but it rhymes with well. It's trekker was his name. I know it's utah. I know that's his name. If there was anybody in north carolina named schreker. It'd be the only one. But i can guarantee there's two hundred of them to cato. Yeah yeah of course. So i had like halfway through the year i had to like shift over and share lockers with him. I don't know why so go over. He must've sweet kit. Really nice kid but for some fucking reason like usually people get out of that stage in their lives by the time. They're like five that they're like i'm going to make potions with weird stuff. I'm your mom's expensive shampoos and totally. Everybody gets over past the five yet. He did not and he had transitioned from like just the regular like toiletries and shit to lunch food known so we. It was just before our easter break. He had put together this thing that was like grape juice and they had breadsticks so he through much of bread sticks in their. Oh perfect these he just put like fucking granola bars and shit in there. Whatever the fuck he just tossed everything. It's like one welch's bottle okay. I was going to say what was the container again. Yeah it's a little welches bottle we're going to get sponsored now welches who bring it home that. Try yours today. So star puts it in the locker not a big deal. Where like oh yeah like. that's hilarious. I don't fucking know what we were thinking. Whatever so it's easter break. So i'm not taking my schoolbooks home. I don't have shit about him. So i leave him in the locker lima backpack in their whatever. Go home for easter break. Come back and the hallway smells fucking terrible. Flies everywhere like i remember. Show up to school in all. Yeah don't even have to wear my backpack. I get it from my locker. I'm walking up and it's getting worse. Now's like what the fuck happened. Like what is that smell. That sewage pipes break like it doesn't quite smell like sewage. It's smells like somebody really screwed up on baking bread so to my locker and pop it open and fuck. If it wasn't the worst smell in the world just hits me like a truck. The bottle. Because i don't know if you guys know waiting for welches bottles don't really have the capacity vow air pressure to build up so it just exploded in their ruined one of his One of his hoodies. It like do. It smelled like my mom and dad and entire family. Were like beer. Addicted alcoholics and just puked in my backpack but holes. We all over that dude. It was terrible. So i'm like oh this is gross it. I'm thinking it'd probably exploded like friday afternoon because it was dry. None of this. It wasn't so king or anything. The best part was it had gotten all over all of my books that were just stacked in the locker. So i grabbed my likes stank backpack bomb my stanky buck and books in there and i am clearing out the hallway walking through here for the first time ever. It was not dis like fucking horrible armpits. That were stinking hallway. My god awful backpack and books. So i'm going through the day and all of my teachers like what is that smell. And i'm just i was so embarrassed i was just like oh god trick or what the fuck of you to me so i get to. My math class in my math book was the one that had been sitting on the top and that one like it was warped i she like. The cardboard cover of that book was warped on both ends of smith. Daddy ages in between most more like this thick and glued together thirty pages at a time just soaked. So i get to class. And my future's like everybody assigned amazon page like three thirty seven and i opened my book. Just tone poem go can turn five hundred pages and i realize that i can't get to page three thirty seven this long and i'm like no so i bend the pages and crackle the beer out of them fucking coach and i tried to like flip through them to get the and it's like don't don't don't son of a bitch having to peel pages and the smell is getting worse with every page talking. Turn finally get to it and everyone in the room. It's like oh my god. What's that smell at this point. It's been on me all day. I'm used to it and i was like what. What's oh shit. That's right that's me at the end of class. My teacher goes sits back in the corner and she starts working on papers. All of my like. I'm the last one leave on purpose and just walk over and i said it on top of the other math books because she just had them stacked. I said it and just grab another one and walked out of the class. I swear to god that book on the job for the rest of the school year and her room smelled like shit the rest of the year and my mom was so pissed when i got home. She's like what is that smell. You smell like your uncle. And it's like i don't know my locker me me this thing and it sinks in. She was so mad at me. she's like i have to repair. Replace those books. I was like no. I'm just switching amount. It's like about gotcha. Your boys covered. Did you do you guys. Starting in elementary. It happened to me. Did you guys ever have teachers. Threatened to make you pay like four hundred dollars for place textbooks at. That's why i was nervous. I was like. I don't wanna turn in this like crusty textbook. That now only has six pages guessing. I i'm going to switch it and just turn this. Even though he had to register your numbers they'd right the number on the bottom. Don't give it but they didn't fucking care. yeah. I found out the easy way. Yeah kid has a book. Book turned in everything. You do the shit out of every kid. Oh they're just like you'll pay seventeen thousand like these are college level textbooks. You will lose your home. Clone bake after you motherfucker. Twenty year old. Yeah you probably had a different experience with that. Because like they they made you guys paying pennies because that was a lot of money back they were heavy. Yeah a penny farthing two gallons back then. That's yes please let it yes. It smelled way better. Made me really want to see the insides of people for some reason taste pennies. This is weird too good. So now you're the you're the star now that we're getting now that my one stories out of the way. Now that's a good story all right so i've got a story i'll call. I don't know if i should tell the title. That would make it better. The don't do the title. we'll it. okay so okay. So one of my best friends growing up he had some of that. It's snapple will talk about. You'll hear about later in the week. Everybody on patriot. Pay pay for it please. It's it's not us doing. The shameless dozing from mike. Terminate all right. Put the cue cards down. he's done. he's done last okay so off knife away from him okay. So they buddy mind grew up in different parts of the city. Used to be a slum than it was now. it's a real rich part of the city the avenues. Oh you know back in the seventies maybe that was like a crap place to live. And then i don't know when it's a little bit of gentrifying just painting those houses. Now they're worth a ridiculous amount of money but it's g i lived on the west side so that was poor side. Apparently even though i grew up definitely middle-class but then you miss in the seventies was like yeah groped there in the seventies eighties but but The eighteen eighty again when a penny meant something celebrity town. Yeah okay so the way that. The school districts were split up is that they ended up taking part of the avenues part of the west side and then they go to one high school and then the other half go to another so that it's not just the rich school in the poor school. I guess the. I guess the best way to name them would be the avenues in the west side would go to. I don't know just spitballing. Maybe let's name it west high school exactly and then the everybody else can go to Let's see up to the school. Yeah sold it's a great question. I mean it's a great come. i don't know what i'm saying. Fuck okay good okay. That works so we'll cut all this hour right. now i fuck schmidt. Only things when d- drops the name people who've been potentially molested this is true. Yeah yeah that's right with him going beep. Did you hear that okay good. I'm glad you really hard on. Catch more slop the good stuff you see daisy sees so that was so before i met my buddy there. We met in high school because he was on a rowdy table. I was at another rowdy table in the science lab. Nice and so. They're like no. We gotta break this up so they move him to my table. The rest is history right. That was a bad move on her part justification. I gotta i gotta mix this up. You know what rowdy table one. You're going rowdy table to it. Was perfect the rowdiest of their outgoing. They'll just rowdy one another. It's not how it works zero. Yep misuse them more. So so before we met in high school he was in junior high on the east side there and they were all mormons. They did a service project they cleaned up. Okay an old lady in the neighborhood had just died in the house was in shambles. She's bit of a hoarder It was their project. Their church service project. I guess was to go clean up her house. Get as much out of it as they could it was it would end up being demolished Or just gutted and started over you know And one of those kids was cleaning up in a room. That people haven't been to and there was a box like a hole in a wall. How shaked holds. This box out opens it up. The sun shines right into it so much money. Oh god i was. I was nervous. There's going to be full of like toenail going vintage so he pulls this out and says nothing nothing to anybody if he pulls this money out and he's like oh fuck okay. It's like this like an old like ten right. Lots of dough so he holds it. Takes home puts it under his bed and then he's like what do i do. Okay i got to tell my buddies so the word spreads between this tight. Knit group bright. You're back. I just fell through the floor money long. Holy shit so yeah he hold and then he finally tells one of his another buddy look at this and then they tells another buddy and they keep it to maybe about twenty guys total so they live close to downtown and this be this whole summer became what was called kilo days where the name came from. But i have an idea. You're pulling out of a wall and then you're making lots of money. So what they did with his money is they would spend they spend an entire summer just at the mall and the mall used to be something great. You know an arcade movies clothing. You hang out so they spent probably roughly ten thousand dollars holy shit and a summer. Say how much fucking money was in the was around. Ten thousand homeless was a huge huge amount. They were all like big. Would he literally murder you right now. For ten thousand absolutely. I'm sure the church. Chris real tithing percent. Yeah exactly kids. We're not gonna pat goddamn. I think it kept them all going for another couple of years it was. It was several thousand dollars anyway. So so they he just set this visual ups for me as he's telling me this and i'm likes semi skeptical but trust this man so i'm like okay. This is an amazing store. So he said you know one of the guys who was the holder of the money would be sitting at a one of those driving video game machines and one of his buddies would come up to him he was like i need a little cash and to roll fifty. Yeah pull out. A role told a back like this hand to like. He's the kingpin dawn. Yep he's got liquorice rope hanging out of his he's got like fun. Dips all over shirt like scarface cocaine. That kind of thing and it was just called kilo days. And i was like this story. And so after that you know every once in a while he'd see an old friend of his at the high school or somewhere else and he'd be like hey kilo days they'd be like yes kilo days. That was the best summer of my life. So i would get all this confirmation of and different stories that these fellows would tell about the clothing. They had parents not asking questions because it was the eighties. Give a shit but they. They went through these multiple thousands of dollars over a summer along using. Yeah it was. It was an amazing. I'd be chasing that high rest of my life. absolutely yeah. They're chasing the dragon for the rest of their life. what their menial paying little kilos. Yeah absolutely oh my god. If i had done anything like that. I think one time i found like five bucks little caesars and i just remember thinking i just found a lincoln and i was so thrilled early. Oh yeah and my mom turns. She's like d- aren't you going to turn that in like and so i walk up to the front and i go. I found a five dollars to the cashier and he goes. I keep it turned her. And she's like okay. Okay but fifty seventy that goes to the church. I think one time. I found like eighty bucks and i was just thrilled anytime. I bought something she was like. Where did you get that. We're too porter afford something. You can't afford new hot wheels steal those like no. Yeah the difference in parenting between the eighties. Now i mean the stuff we did as kids. Okay there was the subaru brat. Have you ever heard of that. It's it's weird asked looking car but in the back seat are two chairs kind of like this. Never facing facing back and the all no seatbelts. There's just two handles hold on when you're flipping those above it. It just says good fucking luck. I mean we wrote in the back of trucks. All the time like we had a camper. You know that that would sit on the back of a big truck and we'd go camping in the summers when i was growing up and there was a window in the front the beds on the top. And there's a window out the front we would just sit there lay there and just look out window like if he hit the brakes hard enough. Just go right through that window. Nobody gave a shit. We miss it. When i was a kid we had a way different. One of those like it was like early. Early eighties Station wagons is a chevy in the back seat face the opposite way we would take turns to sit back had cock seed. Yeah we were like oh listen the cooksey. Let's take turns so one day my cousin it's slept over and we were driving to take him to our uncle's place sexy. Yeah yeah so we could all give so we get touched. This uncle actually ended up in prison for just that. But yeah sorry dude. These tragic backstory parts seven so were riding in the back of a station wagon and my sisters thought. It was hilarious. Like like drop in on our hands or feet and we would show to people when they drove past soc turned my cousin i know do we were weird. Still are so she turns to my cousin. They draw little mustache. And so he's looking down we to a stop light and he looks up at the people behind him and makes eye contact and then just like slowly lowers his hands and just smiles. He's got this little blue mustache just looking. I'm like what the fuck is like. Why are these kids facing us. My sister goes. I've got this really funny thing. I'm gonna ride on your foot. Show it to the trucker. So i turned out. I was like all right so i turned my foot. Achy writes on it and big semi truck drives fast. Put my foot up to the window. And he goes mom and i was like what does it say and i turn my foot and i can barely see it. And it says the letters you are a q. T i didn't think anything of it. I was like all truckers. Probably gay twelve year old. Dis like funny prank. Meanwhile this guys like against twelve year old boone. Baby book that yes god. He's probably like golf feet. I'm just like what a funny prank to a station. Wagon was bad fucking news. We tell me had wood paneling on the side. I don't think that's like the worst tan shit ever. It was amazing there either wood-paneled or tan share buddy mine. His first car was the family station wagon and it was an automatic. So you know the little bar you'd pull. Its on the way talk that that would just come out and he would use it like like bob barker on the price. I'll pass it back and say something. And then he talked back in hundred tank o pass. Pass it around and just people in the car. I like watch the road. Smith's things big enough. It'll expecting now. That's bullshit fucked up. We called the kilo days. Yeah give it away. No you're good good good but that was no. I need a drink. Oh my god oh okay. That reminds me of okay. What did it remind me of. Got another story about something back. Then what was it. Oh jeez okay. Well you think about it. I'll tell stupid road trip stories so we Went to disneyland. When i was in like fourteen was for my sister's graduation. It was her graduation present so we had one of those big lake. Nineteen nineties suburbans. That is just got like four rows of seats. Like love them yeah. It was like a short bus essentially so pile. Elise fucking kids in there and we found out like three hours drive. Didn't have a c. And we're driving to southern california of god from northern utah in june so passing through nevada. And we're getting like nev nevada. We're getting past. No las vegas everything which while we were driving past las vegas i remember. My parents insisted that we put Like shorts and cardboard up in the window that we couldn't see the billboards. And i remember just like i had two pieces of cardboard and like you better hold at their d. inside his pieces they just think. That's just got a peek. Just a little peek at all these like lingerie signs and i was like. Oh my gosh my goodness little little. Fourteen year old d. Just having the best direction of his life sea bake a big deal out of something. This shouldn't be a big deal than the if you're a truck driver and some kids shows you is foot. Ut a little cutie sell. I cracked it just a little bit. So i could see the the most sinful place on the planet pointed the depths of hell area so for writing and we get to where it's just that stretch where it's all desert and it's hot as fuck so my mom. I don't know where the fuck she got the idea from but she goes. I have just the thing and hands us like these weird. It looks like this tube of fabric that it's soaked in like it had been soaked in the cooler and like ice water. She's like put these on your neck. The pioneers more like what so we put them on. And we're like it's really cold. Like feels ice cold like oh this is really nice. What is this. and she's like. It's just shows you fucking weird. My child is she goes. It's the same thing that's in diapers that absorbs and we're like way we have diapers on our fucking next right now. And she's like yeah aren't don't feel cool and we're like no no right the opposite mom but it felt good because it was like you'd roll down the windows and the air that blows in your like cool off blows in one hundred forty degree area like baugh so you quickly roll it back of a dude. It was hell on earth absorbing diepen. God no shit that she would tell us. Oh yeah dude. It was a it was a mass. That sounds absolutely miserable. So glad. I don't have a lot of these stories. Maybe i can't remember them. Maybe a semi childhood. We just need to get you a maybe. My family cared about me. When i was growing up but i just felt bad for me because i was born like a deaf and dumb bean a religious little kid though. I remember you mentioning. That was not any fault of mine. God hey at least i came to. Yeah you did. You would. If i slapped you enough. I mean my son brother's keeper. I remembered oh yeah okay. It's just cars. Were weird when i was growing up right so we had this snooty bitch in our high school. Who had a volkswagen bug but the front of it was a rolls royce. Front you ever seen them what. Yeah okay yeah so some nerd out. There made rolls royce confronts like hoods for volkswagen fox. Volkswagen bugs the. The engine is in the back. The front is the trunk. So you just take that trunk off and just replace it. What a place. Whatever the bottom on and someone somewhere had made rolls royce look fronts. God she was just really proud of this absolute third of car so we went. They always are. It's always the dumbest fucking car and look at this. You know it looked so fun. Because it's like i'm three with a body kit on it. Yeah with wide-body tiny tires chevy trucks that are just like three inches from the graving. What's what's the point and you can't put anything in the back dry body. No not just barely so okay so this is really light in the front this thing so i love having rich friends because they had the most amazing houses up on the hill. We not the avenues but up above right is gorgeous places there was like i don't know the house that you'd see on ferris buehler's day off with the car and your kind of stuff. I love going to those parties. Good kids go to their parties. Love your kids could blow good kids good bloke kilo days yet. Good kilo days silo days every day of their life and i can. I can feel that so okay so that car was parked out front in. So i don't know i can't remember how this started but at this party. Someone was more of a party planner than i wanted them to be. And they decided to do some kind of like a personality. Wide scavenger hunt thing. Yeah but it was like you gotta go to the store and buy a certain item and bring it back thing. We're like we're gonna. We're gonna leave this party. I items like three hundred dollars. Yes we're lost. I gotta get a cartier watch just a little just a cheap one so so decided everyone splits from this beautiful house right. I've got my car there. I bought my first car. When i was so that it could be mine. Known could ever tell me. Your father wouldn't buy you a car you would let me use the buick skylark but didn't wanna use that at one of my own so i worked my ass off and got myself a car anyway. So everyone's splits from this party and her car is there and so we decide okay. There's enough of us. Let's pick this shit up and put it on someone's lawn. Oh hell yeah so. We picked up this car. Put it up on a lawn that it was sloped. So it's it's like this is barely hanging and it's just sitting there and then we take off. You know we go down to the convenience store seven eleven or whatever and you know fuck around and then when we decide but everyone's back from their dumb little scavenger hunt will be fine so we get back to this house and they're this girl is livid as hell she was like you and she pointed to mike chess like it was me and you almost like. It was my idea something exactly so she was a cute did that and i was like. I don't know what you're talking about. You move my car up here. You could ruin it blah blah blah. And she was yelling in front of everyone else. And i was like lady. You are so wrong and one of my friend's girlfriend who just wanted to back us up. I guess she was like no. No no no. There's no way they could have. They were the first ones down at that. Seven eleven is issam which is total bull of. You're an absolute queen of. That's amazing and she felt like a total asshole. She's a fuck and writer. Die right there. Yeah absolutely so she so this girl with the car was very apologetic. I could complete in the entire time. That was us you do so. Yeah i decided later on to date her and another girl with the same name just so i could try. It worked because i never called out the wrong name that yet. Funky another in the kilo days that has delightful saga. I love that. So what's this have heard about a cock ring. No cock brain no. Let's talk green but my my wife was reminded me some old stories but that it wasn't conquering it was prince albert. Okay so yeah. I helped my brother-in-law builds his dream. Home right we didn't really know what we were doing but we decided we're going to do it. Which by the way it's a beautiful we've seen it. Yeah i've been i. I went over there. We drank vr. We drink got at aj for being a bitch kind of again like every episode. Yes so that beautiful house. We've built that just a bunch of novices. But we did it and okay so during that time The guy who owns it. I don't know if you met him. You know your your cousin's dad. My uncle your uncle math is hard means. Yeah look win. someone's giving you a twenty titty twister towel stop. Oh i was like any middle aged balding man touching my child cool. Okay i got ya. Yeah so your uncle's house. That's so we were at the home. My cousin spotters house trying to make it more difficult to your father's house. That i helped built the house that uncles built so we we were at a home depot and we were tired. I mean we've been working hard. I still was in school. I was still had a full job and it was. Just you know weekend days we were doing this thing. And we're at the home depot. He's a tall guy. So this the person checking us out with scanning items beep beep beep and then there's this one item nothing scans again. Nothing and just for some reason this ladder my mouth. He's like crotch level of this super tall. Yeah my my brother-in-law's crotch level the scanner. Because he's a tall boy. And i just look over. Look down and say maybe it's your prince albert setting it off and he instinctively brings his pelvis back just as the lady scanning in and i'm pretty sure you said the word honey. I don't know if i did last couple at that at that. Home depot. yeah. I made it sound like. Hey maybe if that's your prince albert this building that dream home and she beeps looks up. He looks up. They make eye contact the awkward eye contact and he gets beat red and i start laughing and she just slowly puts the item in the bag and not to know. This guy is makes it better. It makes all the better because he would never he wouldn't say shit mouthful of it. He's in front of people right so it just made all the better as he pelvic tilts back ended. It beeps through. I was like scanned for anyone who doesn't know to prince. Albert is dick piercing. So there you go. That that reminds me of another story about him about the time he Jumped steamroller and lateral. So he really had to pee. I think i remember this one for it. So we really had to pee construction at the airport for a summer like because he was He's an architect. Oh yeah so. When he was in school they had to do some like hands on work contractor and construction your structure and stuff so he really had to be but knowing this guy. He's not going to be on the side of the road. Somebody could like might seize your. I've i'll buy especially because the head contractor. Was there watching him work. Yeah his prince. Albert have gotten caught. Somebody store now stretches dick across salt lake valley so they i love it He yeah he's on a steamroller. And i don't know the details of the jump but somehow he got it off the ground was a greater greater sar aid in the middle. And they're trying to to level this area and it's just over and over drop it down over and over and so it's just built up this little bump. You must have hit a rock the size of that. Vw rolls royce. Not hot air came down and his bladder burst poof and so like pissing straight blood draw so no treatment for it he just had the er just gave him a bunch of these like clear cups and every day he had the pee into it and put it up. There was a little late normal color. Yeah there was a ledge on their kitchen window so bathroom to bathroom window so they had to win the window. Just right clear as it went. Yeah every time you went to. He would have to go shake it up because it was separate shaken up all these. Oh that guy. Yeah that's the best He's yeah he was the best. I love that building. A house was tough but it was worth it. That's when i very first went over there with. Aj we were driving. And we're in the area. And i just go man what. The fuck is at house like sticks out like a sore thumb. It doesn't look like any other houses and he stopped. He says you want to see it was like oh keep calling. Now we're here. He opened the doors like pro. Like they look like the richest bucknell like walk up to their house. And so i can out. And he's like craft beer. It's like what what the he's on. Non kin this is their house. Like oh shit. He threw me. I was like what are you doing. But messing with the yeah. It's a gorgeous house. The deck out over the water is just the best thing Up until this year in the summers we would watch movies on the back deck. He had a place to hang a projector screen and then had a digital has a digital projector and we would just sit out there in that decks as big as my house Yeah so you could just spread out and just watch a movie out with the trees and the water stream gone through. I'm going to add love. That always. So i miss that. We haven't been there the whole year but it's a great place to hang out. It was meant it was built for having people there. you know. that's a great place for charlottesville spot. Yeah stuff while. He got anything else because so many stories. Yeah so many I've always got stories If you want something gross if you want something stupid if you want something. I don't know him with us. okay. I'll go out with the gross one. Okay go out. we're not done no i. i will go out with a good one. Gross wise okay. So i think it's gross but to be a little cringe so if you don't know i'm a nurse i've been a nurse for longtime i work on a floor. That has a lot of crazy happen. So this was the long ago Fairly new nurse but for some reason this okay. We had a patient elderly. Maybe a little mentally ill but we didn't realize that it's time but maybe six. Am of course just before. Shift change cease. She's sitting on the toilet. Someone had just helped her to the toilet sitting on the toilet by herself. Thinking about things decided she just wanted to die all of a sudden on no so she gets up on the toilet and decides. I'm gonna kill myself by jumping off this toilet. what's so she jumps up on the ground on her face. Oh fuck kept her hands to the side and jumps face head first song it. Yeah i don't know. I mean your instinct would be to put your hands out just didn't and i was outside of the room with another nurse buddy of mine clattered. I heard the worst thud. I've ever heard in my life and we looked at each other. Knew exactly what it was. We went in there and there. She is laying on the ground like what happened. I'm trying to kill myself. Like how jumping off the goddamn toilet. So there she is the face just still on the ground like she's laying there like not moving. Pull her up. She's fine except all of her. Teeth are keith and blood for days. But she wasn't dead. She was dead just fine except she says yourself and and decided to leave an entire mouthful of teeth on the grounds are expensive. Oh i mean those were her native teeth. Those we're not denture skies teeth so sh- we got her back into bed just a cup of milk tax nursing. I just went back in the bathroom and just like decided to pick up all the teeth. They were shattered. There's nothing we can do. Holy cow can you believe this grossness other into my just to see how india to hold like these are great. I should put these in a box with all the other teeth. I have never mind. Is there any gold that gross me up mostly because of the thaad it was so it is all that we're like got lady you are smash hit. I don't know what happened to her but she went to the psych floor after. I wonder why you don't say yeah. Go figure well tell you what happened to her. She had a drink with straws. The rest of her life soft drink a beating do through. A blender dietary immediately went on a liquid diet. Exactly that time when i had teeth. Sorry lady i don't know what happened to her but fuck. Yeah oh speaking teeth. I did now. That's not much of a story. It is a straight okay. I got my wisdom teeth. Taken out was eighteen right. I still have that job at the at the office building that i loved but had my wisdom teeth taken out. I think it's the closest to a- surgery i've ever had in my life. So i know totally. I haven't had to do anything too crazy like that but so i don't remember much of i remember waking up. I remember being home and my mom saying go go lay down for awhile sleep it off and then later on i wake up with these weird memories and what i thought were dreams right but what i had done actually was woke up told my mom. Hey i'm feeling better. I'm going to go to work and pick up. My paycheck drove valley. Did to my work picked up my paycheck. I don't know what i said or did other than grabbing my paycheck and then drove all the way back home and went to bed while i like mom. Why did you let me leave. She goes she seemed fine. Host like remember you should never be under anaesthetic go. I know it'd be one of those people who sleep walks and then kills their family. Exactly yeah i j included. Yep i'm gonna come over here yeah slash your throat. I mean i'll never do that. Never know but i have one memory. One of the things. I thought was a dream was being at work and looking as if i was looking through a fish islands and seeing like the entire world around me and just going talking to people picking up my paycheck and nothing else so yeah that was as close to a a dui ever attaches. I remember thing was like. Thanks for letting me go. So last story yeah. What was your experience with us. L. c. punk. What what was your leg surgery to. Yeah that's right yes or two more. Yeah i had a buddy who had figure or he had gotten a second job at local hospital and he was like pilfering things from their scalpels and things like that and just he made his own first aid kit which was stellar right so So one day he heads us rock climber we were. All rock climbers. He had gone doing some solo stuff and had fallen. Maybe ten feet landed at the base of a tree and part of the tree had gone up into his ankle ou- into his ankle and all the he didn't know that all he saw was bulging side of his ankle and it was bleeding so he comes into work and so we're like a mash unit. You know we're in the commissary with all these big boxes. Where like moving stuff over setting up. These boxes lay down lay down and we extracted. It's this is this. Is the building okay exactly at our job in the commissary where they store all the of food and cans and stuff and we. We extracted a three inch piece of bark out of ankole and then like washed it out with the saline he had and sewed it up and everything else like that and there was walking he gets we should be nursing. I need to do this. I was like this stuff is amazing. Everyone else's gross outlook green. I was that was pretty sweet. You guys get romney. And then i went and studied accounting instead and then realized that was a bad. I came a nurse so yeah. Slc punk he studied accounting and realize. You didn't want to blow your brains out by thirty five own a suit and you didn't wanna still no did not want to do anything like that so okay sell punk so okay this. I don't know why we do this but this was prom. Time right my buddy kilo days buddy was dating a girl from another high school and so we got this bright idea to just like dress up like punks. I don't know why we did it. But we had made like these nose rings out of out of like safety pins and just stuck them through our nose and mitt a budget year rings and stuff through our nose and died our hair black and did all the stupid shit. We were gonna meet hurt them all and then surprise. I don't know why so it ended up. The thing was sh-. I'll go ahead and story a little bit. We saw her coming down the escalator. By buddy who was dating her she recognized at all walks up to her and plants scrooge kiss honor and she was like scared to tears and was about to punch him in the face and she's like say yeah she goes. What the hell are you guys doing. Nothing but what we were waiting for her a couple of like like bad looking dudes like well no way. They're punks and salt lake. It's like this is great. We've been here for a few days and and everyone was just these squares straits and we're like yeah all these kids who have never smoked done drugs drink anything. And they're like separate apple later on but Yeah we had and so we had to play it cool with these guys because we thought they were gonna stab us. If they found out we were just fucking with them. We're trying to chill. You'll you like molly and you're like she's nice. Yes it's pretty sweet. I guess what about mary jane she lets down the street from me. I think of lots of drugs. yeah. I've injected a lot on the mary. Janet of i've yeah. I've had hallucinations on mary. Jane touched i've been with a pussies before this kid fucks where we can get some stuff and we're like yeah. There's this place called paisley park. You can go there. Get lots of drugs we do so we had to keep that because keep that going because we thought we are in big trouble with these guys because they were older. They're like in their you know mid twenties so they were way old to us. We thought we were going to get beat to okay so the same group one more surrogacy the same group. We the dumbest shit so so glad. I was raised with the internet. Oh yes. I didn't have to do any of this dumps. You know this. How entertained yeah. And then you listen to podcasts about stories like this so we had every thursday when the simpsons was brand new every thursday night. This this mexican restaurant would open at nine pm and it was all. You can drink margaritas and all you can eat tacos. And we're like this. Sounds like this is the thing for us. And there's a bartender there and everything but he was making virgin stuff for us but we love this place so one night we go there and it's shut down and for some reason we up someone. They heard that someone had shit in the taco meat. So they had to close it down urban legend bolshoi gone right and we are so sad so we decided to walk across this huge street to go get some food somewhere. It was a mcdonald's right so we started at this point. And i know it where they actually were shitting into the food. Yeah we knew it was shit patties on bond right. At least we knew what we were getting so we are crossing the street and a couple older kids on bullet bikes running. A red came around the corner and almost hit us. But and so we were like flipping them off. Fuck you you don't kind of stuff and then we walk into mcdonald's and they were pissed so they came into the mcdonald's behind us but they're trying to act cool like soon as these guys get out of here. We are going to destroy their faces with our boots. And and so. I look back and i noticed. These guys like us more cycle like what. That's the motorcycle guys. We look around and all the guys pretty cool guys right and then there's one like dumpy nerd with loved but there's always dump one you throw under the bus and this room there to watch out you guys so i was like we gotta do something so the blue said mana karate class. We just took was amazing. I was like. I'm gonna have my black belt before long and i like to imagine going back karate. That we just were in was good I'm a black belt good at kicking. It was absolutely that head over the shoulder of thing and then everyone else picks up on it. There's four of us in there. Like yeah like yeah. We're really kicking ass. We could take on anybody. Nasa the origin of a ninja turtles. So i kind of get a glance back and these guys who had pissed off looks on their faces. All of a sudden aren't so sure like should it's working you guys. You placed the seat of doubt and so kind of turning back towards them and and are talking shit a little bit and then a little bit more in a little bit more and they decide to go ahead and they're like a we're just gonna go so they start turning around like they're going to leave and i'm like oh my god and then the dumpy friend turns around he's like yeah we can kick their ass and god you fucking in one. Looks back at him and said what did you look at smiley. And he's like nothing and they left like guys we just. We just did like the most eighty shit ever see. I love work and kicked nervous. That you're like dumb ass friend was gonna turn what karate class skews me. Bitch john lewis. He held it together for a second. What are you looking at smiling. Nothing no. I have done some pretty stupid shit. I think he's the one that really stands out because we were old enough to know better We pilfered the garage for a combination of. I think there was a tennis racket. A piece of wood like a shovel handle or something. I don't know miss a miscellany of weapons. You could say and we went down down. The road was a school and we went down to an intersection next to the school. And there are some dumpsters right on the on that corner of that intersection. And we're like okay. This is going to be great. We're gonna pretend to beat the shit out of you. She wrote when a car comes. Car came and we would and pretend to push him into the road and then pretend to be lacking them. These fucking fits a rebar shovels and shit and most of the time like i think two or three cars just kept driving. Didn't even look didn't matter the the other time they went like this kid was an over actor. Because i don't think it was the same kitty sean that we're pretend to beat up but this kid is the biggest ham that i know and he just are perfect so one of them was to pretend to push him he goes down the road and then we start beating the shit out of him tennis racket and shit and her doing it and then this cargo and stops right next to us an do gets out of the car and this lady screams love. Doing this guy comes out. As i've want to focus on and we book it and with the lawyer the other two. I think just booked in another direction but we hid behind the dumpster. My favorite part is lawyers very tall standing and then yeah one of the kids stayed and it's just a joke. It's just a joke but that kid on the grant was like. Oh my god who your case. That was the day. We almost got the cops call. I love it. I've so many more stories but it's bullshit our about an hour for for another time for apple fund. That's not bad. Well thanks for tuning in big shout to casey mcvay city Dark runner nordic thunder todd. Haley them huge. Shout out to appreciate it. If you want more local bullshitting moments like this or just workout. Yeah yet by all means. Check out our patriot fan We have our little sloppy seconds was mentioned like thirty times this episode. Why not get a little bit more shameless advertising in their search finest on instagram and twitter at points out pressure and we will catch you fools next monday. Oh yeah and if you wanna tag us in in memes or whatever you tag a hashtag diaper donny. And we'll find it by diapers sean. Yeah diaper over. You'd like i'll do it. Have you heard about that. I've seen okay so far. Yeah it's all right go right well. We'll catch you guys next week. I love you.

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The Entrepreneurs - Huel

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

04:34 min | 1 year ago

The Entrepreneurs - Huel

"I sold a business back in two thousand eleven built up over three years so very fast growth business pretty small in terms of staff. And so. That's an American companies had very good exit or technically. I didn't need to work for the rest of my life. Really if I was savvy with the money got going to a reasonable size it was about doing about two the prophet and a bootstrap that sold that so all the profits came directly to me and my wife and took a timeout took about a year. Eighteen months out realized I I needed something to do and realize I wanted to start another business and realized I really was interested in health and fitness steady. By all the advice you get online the you know each week you get told a different food stuff is bad for your good for you or vice versa. Different exercises this is bad for good things or stuff so we decided to make an evidence based website so I put fish programs in different meal plans and the output. That was after three months. I dropped from twenty one percent body fat down. Eleven percent body fat outside of forty years old is the least ever been in my life and simply they also was waiting for my food known. Exactly why was consuming and I was extremely accurate with my calorie intake. He's pretty much calories in calories out so it worked extremely well but friends. What did they said? I can't do that. It's not practical. Go for a working person to stop. Eleven o'clock and hundred grams of Brooklyn in stock beginning. One o'clock and Cook Two hundred grams of Turkey and fifty grams of Chemo. Four hundred grams of baby stint spin. Is that sort of thing. It was just too complicated for people to do practically made me think right. Well then East be people want to get the results. They want to be lean lean but they wanted an easier way to do it so I realized that what people need is healthy. Convenience food the protein shake hide in the afternoon was extremely fast. You literally just add some water sir. Where up some powder and off you go so I thought well he can't live protein alone? You need all these other nutrients we not put those into the same format and that was the birth of fuel. That's really interesting. You know we live in an age now where we all are so busy or think. We are so busy in any case at one. Thanks thanks to be instant and fast and this is really quite interesting because it's not just a protein shake per se. It's a complete meal really broken down the science of what what we would need to keep us running so so break that down for me. How did you come up with that formula? Well I'm not nutritious myself so I thought well I know about nutrition. But I didn't know enough enough. So my first house was really divided nutritionist or a Dietitian knew exactly what was taught talking about. So let's turn to Google. Looked around. People spoke to few people they met. James Collier is okay. I found out. He had the perfect balance between academic knowledge it on a degree in nutrition it worked for the NHS IN UK for seven years as a clinical dietitian dealing with everything from food intolerance through to nutrition itself. Basil says got the practical knowledge of working with sort of everything from strong men to bodybuilders to UFC fighters that type of thing things we could implement that that knowledge and he was the guy who devised the first formula which is very similar to what we have today and it's Vegan dairy free so it sort of checks all the boxes with what people are looking for today. I think exactly I think food today. We realized that we were GONNA from seven billion to nine billion people and foodstuff tweet. Today is very meat. Heavy meat is pretty ineffective or inefficient food stuff. You have to grow a crop to feed to an animal week. excretes most of Eh. She's very wasteful. Way To to produce food if we all across the world at the same volume of meat we eat in the West would be big trouble already and that's not really sustainable in the long term And the way you know at the time was very recently had seen some videos online about Hannah's animals are being treated in factory farms. It's pretty disgraceful. Can Be Pretty Horrific vegan myself. I thought I'd like to cut my meat consumption down. When I did the the previous company a lot of it was handling raw meat and I just didn't like himself to do it so I thought if we can if we can produce a product which is Vegan and alagem free as well as another big problem now days when I was a kid? Nobody had any allergies. Didn't seem like today this. Lots and lots of allergens everything. From gluten free to the other news fourteen classifications in cave agents for if we can make allergen free as well that would be beneficial make Vegan low gi they sorts of benefits for people. It will be the right thing to do because I was looking to make something I personally was going to be proud of. I wanted to put my name to. It wasn't a money making scheme at already. Made my money so I wanted to

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Food Neighbourhoods 214: Recipe edition, Joo Cura

Monocle 24: The Menu

03:47 min | Last month

Food Neighbourhoods 214: Recipe edition, Joo Cura

"Halo welcome to food on monocle. Twenty four am articles of faith during the pandemic. We continue this show in a slightly different form. As many of you find yourselves. Spending more time at home we do follow suit. Stay albeit more domestic and delve into the world of great recipes. This week we hear from one of portugal's often coming culinary talents who offers a wintry recipe perfectly suited for the holiday. Season time joan. Quarter the head chef at our major restaurant in downtown. I'm going to give you a recipe from the restaurant. It's one of my favorite recipes too and it comes with its rice and with every bit of inner parts and i think you guys gonna cabrillo is very traditional info especially in this time of year. It's like a baby goat. We roasted in the oven very slowly. Like my used to make. So i get the cabrillo from russell's region. I cut it in half. I separate the parts. And then i start deboning the laxed the hands in the waves. I separate the bones to make stock in a little bit of meter onion celery carrots a little bit of red wine. Light reducing evaporate the alcohol content some water and let it simmer for too few hours for the rice. I use a catalino variety from the center of portugal. In figure the first we start chopping onions delivered the heart the lungs every inner part and then we took it with a little bit of olive oil with fry them then had a little smoked and spicy prefer. Then fry the rice just a little bit and start heading the stocking cooking like a result of style. So you start heading the stop little by little like a result of the it over juices by the rice and heading like twenty to twenty five minutes booking time and then the last five minutes. You're going to roasted right on the track and put it in the oven to make it crispy and drive at fifty degrees for the american eighth of the cabrillo. You put the meat on a tray. You cover it with one kilo of sea. Salt advocate of sugar in two fifty grams of sweet paprika. A little bit of garlic smashed. They leave in levitt seat for two hours after two hours. You've passed the meat through water. You try them on. Its ray again with a little bit of forbes fat and let it cook hundred forty four two hours and on the last twenty minutes you rise the temperature to two hundred two hundred twenty and let it crisp and cameras to finish the recipe. You take the rice from the oven. The gulping the cabrillo on top and this is a really good recipe great recipe to do it on the winter and waste time especially in portugal. My grandma used to make these kind of rice every so the rise me family of friendship being around the table. Best moments in life head coach. Mike thanks to joe torre for this week's recipe for more from the hospital sector stay tuned to monocle twenty four. You can also subscribe to our magazine and sign up to our email newsletter the monocle minutes at monaco dot com for more info your markle's hip thankfully singing and by four now.

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#HURDLEMOMENT: Is The Keto Diet for You? An Expert Explains All

Hurdle

32:07 min | 2 months ago

#HURDLEMOMENT: Is The Keto Diet for You? An Expert Explains All

"The larry's emily about year bringing you another installment of hurdle moment from hurdle. This week on the show. I am getting to chat with mark. Sisson the founder of pinal kitchen. He's also a new york times bestselling author. He's a former endurance athlete. Which we joke a little bit about in today's episode. We're chatting kito. You know something. I've been trying to do with the pertile moment. Installments episodes is to dive into a lot of the topics. I get questions about on the regular whether that be in my direct messages on instagram. Or over in my email. Of course you have a question. i'm all ears. Feel free to message me over at hurdle. Podcast or personally at emily abbadi so like i said a lot of people all of us. We all have different ways of eating and different diets or whatnot that we have tried. And maybe we wanna just know more about a certain style. Were interested in Dabbling in ourselves. And so today. I wanted to get into the keto diet with mark We chat about exactly. What is the hito diet. what it involves what. Some of the side effects are things that might happen to those that designed to go on. It might be including the kito flu. And i thank god. We might touch on kito breath as well and really. I'm just trying to make sure that we're diversifying the content here than connecting with industry experts to give you the info you need so that you are more well informed just so you guys know where i stand in this whole equation. I have never personally done the kito diet. Although i have certainly written about it many times for different outlets i for sure have friends that have gone on kito. And how like gone into ketosis. Which i didn't truly fully understand until this conversation with mark today and so again. I think this conversation is helpful. I think it shed some light on a lot of the questions that i had about this super popular way at eating and i also think it is interesting because we had about how there are a lot of things in our regular diet in the foods that were buying groceries or that we might not realise right and it's important not only that we know what we're putting into our body but also how we can optimally fuel our body for all the things that we need especially right now on that be notes on fueling our bodies smart. I do want to give a shoutout to my sponsor athletic greens athletic greens. I'm talking might only supplement. I use every single day it is degrees powder. It's got the antioxidant blend of twelve servings of fruits and vegetables as well as prebiotics probiotics adapt. Jin's literally it is like my nutritional insurance especially during a time when so many of us are so dialed in on amplifying immunity and just being on top of every single way we can feel and perform our best. 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Oh let's get hurdling today. I am sitting down with mark assistant. He's a new york times bestselling author a former endurance athlete and founder of prime kitchen. How doing mark doing excellently. Thank you and yourself. i'm good. I always always cracks me up. I mean granted. You're probably not competing anymore. But i feel like once. An endurance athlete always an endurance athlete. Now no and letty qualified that. No no it's it's a really interesting point you made right there and i don't wanna get too far down the rabbit hole from the get go here but Once i gave up endurance athletics. I shifted to more of a strength and speed Kind of guy. And so for example. I ran a hundred miles a week. For seven years in the seventies in the nineteen seventies. I haven't run a mile in twenty years. And yet i can go out and play ultimate frisbee and sprint my butt off for two hours so when you say once durance athlete always endurance athlete. That is for a lot of people so we go if you want. But not the purpose of our chat today however very interesting interesting. Have it run a mile in more than twenty years. you know. there's there's all different sides of the coin when it comes to fitness. No for sure. And i don't wanna i don't wanna say that don't do anything in endurance. Wise i mean. I'll do an hour and a quarter hour and a half stand up paddle session on the ocean I've got a fat bike that ride for an hour of the beach on the sand. So i do that sort of activity. It just doesn't sort of dictate my calendar. If you will be stays definitely definitely. I love fat bike. I love a good fat by on the beach. That's my kind of vibe. So we're trying to today. Because i wanna talk to you a little bit about the kito diet and now i mentioned in your intro. You're the founder of primal kitchen before we get into the swing of things. Before i ask you all the questions. I would love it if you just give me a little bit of intel on what primal kitchen is and then chap me through why you are an expert in this arena well. Parental kitchen is a company that makes Sauces dressings toppings in things that you put on food to make that food tastes better and the premise behind primal kitchen originally was To take if you get rid of all of the crap all of the junk in your diet you get rid of. The sugars added sugars. the added. Sweeteners should get rid of the industrial seed oils the corn oil soybean oil. The canola will you get rid of the processed grains and all of the all of the You know things that we know. Look on a label. You and we know he should not be eating. You come down to a fairly short list of real food right before. I am turkey. Chicken some fish. Maybe seventeen vegetables a couple of root tubers potato sweet potato and some and some fruits. That's kind of a short list. And how can you make a foods and meals that you prepare with those kinds of healthy foods. How can you make them palatable and exciting and that kind of a way of eating sustainable. It's the methods of preparation. Is the sauces dressings the toppings the herbs spices. And how you cook them. That makes all the difference in what i realized about. Five years ago it was. No company was making healthier versions of mayonnaise. Ketchup salad dressings many of these companies purported to be better for you but but upon further analysis or not until primal kitchen sort of born out of necessity that we wanna have a great tasting meal. I want everybody to food. I put in my mouth taste. Awesome in in order to do that. I have to have access to healthy sauces dressings and topics. So there you go so there you go. I mean it's an interesting point literally. Last night i was standing in the supermarket and i am a fan of making. What would be considered healthy by many avocado toast and i was standing in the aisle with the bread and it wasn't until yesterday that i realized the bread that i had been buying for so long had three grams of added sugar in it. And we don't we don't look at the labels often enough to to find these hidden additives that really. Can you know. Do some stuff to our bodies here. I think most people now recognize it added. Sweeteners added sugars. Those are those have been considered insidious offenders for a long time but more recently in the last five years. We've really come to realize that. Probably the most horrific of the of the offensive list are the canola sway. Bean oil the corn oil these industrial seed oils that companies use to put added fats into or whether they're baked products or whether they're even salad dressings and mayonnaise and these are the sorts of fats and oils that we really should be Aggressively avoiding and in in their stead in their place. We should be consuming extra virgin olive oil avocado oil coconut oil. Butter ghee lard Natural forms of fats and oils. That aren't heavily processed the way these industrial seed oils are so you know. I think we've come to the point now. A tipping point in the buying public in the discerning eater who shops in that most people do look labels now and whether or not they identify. What's in there. There are at least starting to educate themselves on how on how different foods are based on what the ingredients are that manufacturers choose to use now for someone who doesn't know the dangers associated with some of those oils that you had mentioned before. Is there any way you give a light grays over of why it can be detrimental to the body. While for the most part they are The oils that have been extracted from plants. That really don't have a lot of oil so they they're they're processed in a way using harsh chemicals and solvents to extract these oils. I mean who who you know. You eat a corn. Do you think that it's full of oil and fat. Not really and yet corner. One of the sources of oil so these be these these Razzies for instance rapeseed. Which is where canola comes from Has to be highly processed in order for the oil to be extracted and an in that extraction process There's it's it's higher. What we call a six fatty acids. You're pro pro inflammatory. They're highly inflammatory. Fatty acids versus the omega three fats. Now the body doesn't like to even combust or burn these sorts of of fats in rather it tends to incorporate them into cell membranes and these are kind of dysfunctional fat molecules that are now incorporated into otherwise healthy cell membranes and can cause all manner of disruption over over years in decades in a lifetime of of misuse Including things like Insulin resistance for instance which is now kind of a a a major complaint health complaint that that tens of millions of people have their their pre diabetic in the prediabetes is in effect of this insulin. Resistance the body's inability to to take the message of insulin and use it to appropriately store store sugars things like that. So i'm sorry. I'm digressing but i'm just but that's the nutshell you do not want to be Not only do you not want to be overly consuming these these industrial seed oils. You want to avoid them. I think pretty much like the plague. Great right okay. While thanks for that appreciate that. We're gonna shift just a little bit although it's all correlated and talk a little bit about eating in kito way and now i say it like that because sure you know so many ball they choose to follow different diets. Choose to be very very selective and only eat in one way. I myself have never a truly been a believer that we need to completely with the exception of these things. That are truly very bad for us. Cut out things altogether. So firstly what would be the benefit of eating a kito diet. Well to your point. I want be very clear. I'm while i wrote a book in new york times. Bestselling book called the key to reset diet. it is not my attention to have everybody eat tito all the time. Right right you know in my world is is a tool. It's a strategy that we can use to reset our metabolism. So what i like to talk about is is metabolic flexibility the the ability of your body to extract energy from whatever energy substrate is available whether it's fat stored on your body the out on your plate of food the glycogen in your muscles glucose in your bloodstream. The hydrates on your plate. Or the keystones made in your liver we have a number of these different energy sources that we can call upon and yet most people because of the way they choose to eat over. Lifetime of of habit are dependent on carbohydrates every couple of hours and so we sort of grown up at least in the united states and much of the world sort of depending on grains as a source of cards for instance. So you know. It's brad pasta cereal pies cakes candies cookies things like that but also just potatoes and starches and and over time. We've lost the ability to develop a metabolism that can take energy from are stored body fat and burns and and that's really how we maintain it ideal body composition how we're able to maintain steady steady energy levels so the benefits of of this metabolic flexibility. That you can develop through eating. Kito would be things like steady energy throughout the day mental clarity throughout the day. Better sleep Better mood and then as you become metabolic flexible in your body. You teach your body how to burn fat more efficiently. You start to trend toward ideal body composition. You actually burn off your stored body fat which is an issue for people who can't can't do that Imagine your workouts becoming more efficient. Because you don't do as much work in sweat as much in. Count the calories as much. Because you're you're constantly burning off stored body fat as a result of achieving this this condition of what. I call metabolic flexibility. So how do we get there. Well how we get. There is by restricting carbohydrates for short periods of time. And when i say short time. I'm talking weeks at a time. So a few one of the methods of using kito as a way of arriving metabolic flexibility. Say cut out all the starchy carbs in your otherwise normal diet. So you get rid of the pies. The cakes candies cookies desserts. Obviously you get rid of the sweetened beverages. Obviously but then you'd also get rid of bread and pasta cereal and again you come down to like real food eggs and meat and chicken and fish and vegetables and salads or a big A big part of most people's kito diet As long as you're not eating fruits and inch carbohydrate laden foods you if you can cut your carbohydrate intake down to save fifty grams of net carbs day you will start to Become kito you'll start to develop the ability you sing. you'll you'll actually signal your body to start making enzyme to take that out of storage and start to burn it in the mitochondria You'll you'll start to increase the number of might congress that you have where the fat actually burns. Your body will actually shift into this State where you are now becoming more and more about the lexical and when you cut the carbohydrates out the brain which initially says wait a minute you've been giving me carbs my whole life like every couple of hours. What's going on here. The brain starts to recognize what's going on and the liver starts to make key tones and key tones or this amazing natural fuel that everybody can produce And not everybody has trained their bodies how to burn it. But once you've trained yourself how how to utilize key tones. The brain actually prefers key tones over glucose over carbohydrates and so you can go long periods of time without needing to eat one of one of the major benefits of this metabolic flexibility. One of the major benefits of of using a ketogenic way of eating for just a couple of weeks is that hunger appetite and cravings dissipate in some cases. They like literally disappear. And you and you no longer have these massive cravings eat every couple of hours so it's a very Beneficial strategy that people can use to reset their metabolism teach their body how to become more efficient and effective at burning fats and at producing and burning key tones dependent less reliant on having to eat some form of carbohydrate every couple of hours and at the end of the day as i say you wind up Burning off your body fat having more energy throughout the day because you don't have these massive swings in blood sugar anymore. That were that used to be dictated by your mealtime and now are completely non-dependent on mealtime. Now it's it is a it a life changing I opening empowering thing for most people trikes taking a break from today's episode to give some love to my friends at beam beam as you may know is a boston based wellness. Cbd company and they make the best of the best products. 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T. tlc dot com use the code hurdle at checkout to get fifteen percent off so you mentioned like doing it for a few weeks. At a time i know having in about the kito diet and interviewing experts on us before that one of the Infamous if you will say side. Effects of the beginning of going on this way of eating would be the kito flu so talk to me about what that is and how long something like that with last right so when we talk about the bodies prior dependence on glucose And the body sort of adapts to whatever habit you you form over over lifetime so as if you're habitually eating say a breakfast at has even healthy pancakes. Waffles are healthy cereal. And then you have a coffee break at ten thirty in the morning and then you maybe have Some form of of a protein at launch. But certainly you might have some pasta or some bread with that over time. Your brain gets so dependent on this regular resupply of carbohydrate in carbohydrate glucose in the bloodstream so your body becomes more and more dependent on lukasz as you go down this carb depending rabbit hole when your brain just depend on glucose and then all of a sudden one day you go well. I read mark's book on tito. And i'm gonna just cut out all the cars The brain basically says whoa. Where's where's my cards. I'm used to running on glucose time and now you've cut off my glucose supply so the brain starts to get a little panicky and it got a now. We've got to send a signal to the adrenal glands and produce a little bit of adrenaline cortisol all With your stress. Hormones people tend. They claim they might get a little headache or a little foggy because the brain is like not used to burning tones yet. So that's what we sort of talk about when we talk about the kito fluid just kind of feels a little yucky field low energy. You feel like your brain is not firing on all cylinders but it doesn't have to be that way that's that typically happens when people get gung ho about going kito and say yup starting tomorrow. I'm all in one of the one of the ways we do this by or reset book as we say we're going to spend before you've kito you're gonna earn the right to go. You're gonna go six weeks just slowly eliminating some of the higher carbohydrate type foods and getting rid of the processed foods and the crap so you ease your way into this new way of eating. That's dependent more on healthy fats hall proteins and maybe even some high high fiber type of And with that you're if you've ever did by the way was eat that way for the rest of your life you'd be fantastic. You'd be you'd be one hundred percent trending again toward your ideal body composition. You have better energy. you'd have better sleep if all you did was just cut out the quote crap foods that we we know. We're all eating so you know this is what i did myself for fifteen years. I wrote a book called the primal boop and it was all based on just eating real food so there were potatoes in there and they were legumes and there were some other more more high carbohydrate foods but there was a point which i said you know. Maybe there's another level of power that i could achieve another level of mental clarity another level of sleep. And that's where the kito came in so kino became a tool for me and for me to coach other people to do to achieve this metabolic flexibility. So once you done the sort of what we would call the washout process at six weeks of gradually getting ready to go kito then when you decide to kito. It's it's with these embraced. It's effortless if there's no Flu there's no ill-effects Not that the any other ill effects. Anyway it's just it's just very simple to do and it's and it's like literally the next the next phase of a process caccia n you mentioned when you were describing the types of foods that are available to individuals that are interested in partaking in the kito diet A lot of animal products. So we're talking different meats in you mentioned chicken and such for someone that is a vegetarian. Is the kito diet even feasible while so. It's feasible if you're vegetarian. But you know we have to make the distinction between vegetarian and vegan and so some people who claim to be vegetarian would say yes but i eat eggs and cheese and you know Other forms of animal products. I just don't eat animal. Flesh for instance and that would be a lot easier there electoral over a vegetarian. People you know would consume no products. I mean some people say they're vegetarian but ate fish so But if you're if you're like a vegan it's gonna be a little bit more difficult to go kill. You're going to be very diligent about where he did. You protein in your healthy fats and a lot of a lot of people who are and have issues. I think with with all fats even the ones that we would now label as healthy fats. So it's gonna be you know. I think a lot more difficult for vegans to attempt to kito genyk way of eating. Now they can still you know arrive at some form of Improved metabolic flexibility. But that's going to probably involve Cutting calories and and more meal timing where there may be eating two meals a day instead of three meals. a day So they're training your body to to go sixteen or eighteen hours without any external source of calories and as a result train their body to start the dividends fasteners. Right right and i mean something else worthy of chatting about Here would be alcohol consumption and the kito diet a lot of people Think kito diet. They think absolutely zero alcohol but that doesn't necessarily have to be the case for all. Is that right. That's when you original. Proponents of of kito style of eating was rob wolf. And he's got this Nor cal margarita. Tequila and lime in a little bit of a sparkling water for instance One of my good friends Who for fifteen years now and is a is a wine connoisseur. And wine fan was quite upset because he couldn't find any wine the us that didn't kick him out. Its on. it's key houses because most many of the winds in us most have added sugars and some have like more sugar than say the inequality Call it. I mean it's ridiculous. How much sugar you can find in white and red wines in the us so he started a company called dry farm winds and all they do is a curate in source wines from around the world That are that they test to be completely free of sugar. Lower alcohol devoid of any of the additives. Just basically pure wines and again like so many companies might my own company quoted. He started this company because he saw a problem. That was that was disrupting his own life. Right he wanted he wanted to be kito anyone drink wine and he found that that given the current offerings he couldn't do both in so he started a company to fix that. So yes i entrance yes. There are certain types of of alcohol that you can get so when you are akito that will not disrupt that process right okay. So as we know. Obviously the goal with going kito is to be able to go into kito says for someone that sees some of the benefits of eating at this way but kind of has that that mindset similar to what i was addressing before is that like all good things in moderation is there any benefit to adopting. Maybe some of these practices and trying to integrate it into a part of a bigger diet or a bigger lifestyle talking someone who does that. I mean i use kito. i would say sparingly. I refined metabolic flexibility using kito for a couple of weeks at a time for the most part. I like food too much to restrict it and i and i'm because i because i am metabolically. Flexible the only reason for me to be kita would be to impress my friends with you. Know might my blood ketone levels for a high level of attention there. I mean people have contest chasing what we call chasing the numbers and not chasing the results. I'm chasing the results. I wanna look better feel better. I wanna perform them. And those are all things that i'm able to do on a modified tito genyk diet so most of the time. I am not kito now. That doesn't mean. I not wash should say not kidding. I'm not into texas. He isn't state where your body's losing so many key towns that you're spilling out in your urine and your breath it's literally the definition of tito's osas means like an excess of something right and so key tells us major producing too many details. But you know as we start this conversation. I'm talking about metabolic flexibility and metabolic efficiency. I don't want my body to be producing so much of this fuel than it wastes in spells. It out i want my liberty frizzy just enough towns to make my brain. Happy's i want my body to be burning fat most of the time so when i'm working out even at high level of output in the gym i'm getting most of my energy from my stored body fat. I wanna have access to a little bit of carbohydrate that stored in the muscles as glycogen. If i'm going to be sprinting. For any length of time. So that's that metabolic flexibility here. I am just talked about drawing on three different types of of fuel sources None of which requires that. I'm tito all the time i knew. I built the machinery to burn all these different types of fuels to burn them all now have access to them and the best part of it is i get to enjoy everybody food out so if somebody says cheese mark i mean this amazing piece of bread here. I'm like i'm not going to not eat it. Because i love one or two bites of bread slathered in butter where somebody said. I had this awesome desert. You should try a bite. I'm not going to not have that By the desert. Now if i'm in my one week or two week you not to reset phase. I might say you know what for two weeks i won't. I will go there but for the most most of the time. I wanna enjoy food. I i'm i'm a unionist i love to eat and it's i get you know a little bit frustrated because people say well you've written all these books on diet and exercise and training and your body fat so low you look so fit you you know. I'm like yeah. And i love to eat so you can have it all. Thank you so so much for your time today. Marc i'd love to let the hurdlers. Now how do they keep up with you. How do they keep up with primal kitchen. Give me all the details. Akeso marks daily apple is my site where i talked about all things. Health diet exercise medical related and have done so for the last fourteen years marks daily apple. That's law Prime kitchen google prime kitchen. You'll find you'll get access to our site or to amazon or to any of the fifty five thousand points that were selling rough country throughout the us If you wanna get a book The kito reset diet. That's one of the books that i wrote that we've been talking about today. And that's on amazon. The kito reset diet. I'm marxist and primal on on instagram and that should be sufficient for now efficient for now i am at hurdle podcast at emily body another hurdle concord. Catching is next time around.

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FiTech SH50 Smart Bike Helmet Review

Hands-On Tech

08:12 min | 1 year ago

FiTech SH50 Smart Bike Helmet Review

"Coming up next the most expensive helmet that I've ever tested. Is it worth the price tag. Find out when I review the Fintech S.. Eight fifty spot helmet her hands on tech. Yeah he's tweet this episode of hands on tech his brought to you by I fix it visit I fix dot com slash ought to get ten ten dollars off your next fifty dollars fix. I'm Father Robert Bella. The digital Jesuit. I've got an interesting piece of tech. Anyone who bike scoots or blades around their city with the improvements made to e bikes electric took scooters and motorized contraptions of every wheel count. More and more of us are taking to the streets and back roads in personal transport devices and fortunately though our transport has become become more sophisticated too. Many of us don't put enough thought and resources into the safety that we need I may enjoy writing electric scooters around Rome or San Francisco. But I'm not doing it unless I've got crushed protection and if that protection could also pack in some fun tech well all the better. That's why I'm reviewing the fit. Tech's sports technology analogy three one eight Helmet Model S. H. Fifty. It's a smart helmet that gives you high order. Crafts protection. which safety lights noise canceling wireless headset functions? GPS AN SOS features ride tracking team trekking and handlebar remote. All for about two hundred and thirty dollars now I know I know that's a lot of money. So let's find out exactly you get for all that cash. The S H fifty is actually a system that is comprised of four pieces. I is the mobile athletic retention system. Or what they like it to call Mars. It looks like it's just the housing for the headband. Ratchet but it also holds the rear. Led lights to bone conducting transducers a noise Reduction System System FDR and Bluetooth Four. Point two radio as well as a four hundred mil amp hour lithium battery that charges in ninety minutes a with that power you can get six to ten hours of music. talktime six months of standby or days of regular writing operation all of that is ip x five rated meeting that sweat water mud and dust won't break your electron ix. The second piece is the helmet itself comprised of a stiff polycarbonate shell over an expanded polystyrene. Foam liner the helmet has both a headband. Ratchet Shit and fully adjustable three point Chinstrap that makes the S. H. Fifty in ten seventy eight compliant. That means it needs the European standards for field of vision shock absorption option and helmet retention during crashes for users of Bicycles Scooters skateboards and roller blades. Inside the helmet is removable. Important Washable. Very very important sweat absorbing pad that is attached by Hook and loop fasteners together the helmet and Mars way between three hundred and thirty and three hundred and fifty grams. Depending on on your choice of medium or large the third part of the S H fifty is the thirty. That's a handlebar attached remote control that allows you to answer an end calls raise and lower the volume on calls or music skip tracks and otherwise activate the features of the three one eight APP that APP by the way is the fourth part of the system running on android or the APP is where the S H fifty becomes really interesting inside the pretty standard right tracking software that will record ride ride duration distance speed your elevation and your climb all the things that you might want to track if you're a cyclist but that's not all the apple. Lets you create a team team of writers who pair with each other using a six digit number or a Qr Code. Those in the team can then use the in-helmet Mar System as a walkie talkie complete with push. Talk Button on the remote you can also share routes and route updates with your team all while being able to communicate without shouting at the push of a button my favorite you're not feature is the SOS function that allows you to add. Phone contacts will automatically be texted with your location should the S H fifty detect a crash. Now that's that's a lot of tech to include in a helmet but unless all that tech works together seamlessly. I'm not sure if it's worth the price. So how does that worked together now. Let's start with comfort. There aren't a lot of helmets. I've used that didn't immediately. Make me want to pull them off. Sometimes it's a little too small on the sides to lose up front or the chinstrap feels like it was made for someone of less ample mass. Now I didn't get that with the H fifty. It took a few minutes to dial in the right. I Chin straps settings but once I had them and in conjunction with the headband ratchet the S H fifty didn't fit. It felt good as in a few times. I forgot I was wearing it. Could also as the helmet isn't fully enclosed. It means you get plenty of ventilation on your right and yes we tested the crash worthiness of the helmet it pass. Jesus as for the smart tech that was equally well done the led. Lights are really bright and worked as advertised. Being light activated did although I wish they had added the option of triggering. Turn signals with the handlebar remote. Pairing both the S H fifty helmet and the thirty remote is simple and took about five seconds. Each the handlebar remote stayed properly attached and it never lost its link to my phone off. Particular note are the bone conducting transducers. They swivel up and out of the way when not in use to protect them and they have telescoping booms that allow you to position them comfortably on your temples that's important because it means that you don't have speakers covering your ears blocking out the outside world if you've ever used a good bone conducting earpiece then you know both the pros and cons of the tech. They are excellent at noise reduction and voice reproduction. Production call sounded clear. And the callers were able to hear my voice with almost none of the extremely loud background noise of San Francisco transmitted through the call however because it is using the bone structure of your skull to deliver vibrations directly to your eardrums. It does mean that base will probably be lower than your liking which is not actually a bad thing if you think about it because you don't want head pounding bass to cover up the noise of on coming traffic even if you're not using Mars to listen to music or phone calls you you can use the push to talk button on the remote and the APP will speak your speed through the transducers in all I really like the S H fifty. It's the first helmet comet that I've ever had. That doesn't feel like I'm sacrificing comfort for safety and the integrated all works seamlessly. This is a full featured top of the line smart helmet and that may actually be catch me. You see if you're an avid cyclist or really involved in an active outdoor lifestyle than two hundred and thirty dollars for the S H fifty is a great price for everything you get. The team functions alone are worth that kind of cash however for someone like me who will probably never need the team functions and spends most of his his time writing on city streets with electronic scooters. That kind of outlay is hard to justify. Still that's just me and let's be honest. I'm at the lower the end of the athletic range. If you're looking for a full featured helmet there really isn't something better than this. The fifty is absolutely worth the price for the right user. So you just I got to ask yourself. Are you that kind of user. I'm father Robert Ballard Sir Digital Jesuit and. I'll see you next time for some hands on tech our show today is brought to you by. I fix it. If you've got a cracked screen or a bad battery in your phone. I fix it makes it easy for you to fix your IOS or android device all by yourself with their all in one fix kits in the kit. 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What is Carb Cycling for quick weight loss

Get Healthy Lose Weight Podcast

16:42 min | 2 years ago

What is Carb Cycling for quick weight loss

"On today's episode. You'll learn about carb cycling. Carb cycling is a new trend event may help you burn fat real quickly. We'll talk about what it is. How it works? And is it right for you? Hello there. Anna welcome to get healthy lose weight. And by the way, happy new year. This is your host, Deanna Lynne. I'm a licensed, esta Titian and certified health coach, I'm here to help you get so healthy that you can start losing weight naturally without crazy diets and without counting calories. And how do I do that? Well, it's pure magic. It's a process, but it works like magic. It's a new year and time for a new you. Hopefully, you had a great and Mary holiday, but like me you've probably indulged in some delightful but unhealthy foods. I know I did. But you know, throughout the holidays we have to indulge ourselves a little bit. It's just that. I have the tools to keep it under control. These are the same tools. I teach my clients to use. So that they can. Keep it under control and still enjoy some of the delightful delicious decadent foods throughout the holidays today on this episode. You'll learn all about carb cycling, the good and the bad side, and his carbs cycling. Right for you. Carb cycling is a new trend that is said to burn fat that can help you burn fat real quickly. And it may turn out to be another powerful tool to help you fight the battle of the bulge. Now. I know you're anxious for me to jump right into the topic for today, carb cycling, but first real briefly. I promise this will be real quick. I have something I wanna tell you. This is something that I offer every year at a special discount to all my listeners of this podcast. It's might guided seven day body cleanse program. It's on sale. And if you are seriously trying to lose weight have more energy and better sleep. Or if you have trouble losing weight, even though you're on a healthy diet or you lost some weight, but you seem to be at a weight loss plateau, this might be just right for you. This program was designed scientifically to cleanse your body and jump start your metabolism. Now. This isn't a starvation diet. This is a program that users food combinations. You'll be eating healthy, delicious foods these foods worked together scientifically to help cleanse the body and jump start the metabolism by combining certain foods in her justifiably you can actually put your body into a fat burning mode. I'll be right there with you guiding you through this seven day program, if this is something you think you might be interested in, but you wanna know. Little bit more about it. You wanna talk to me about it. You're welcome. To Email me. Deanna at beauty radio network dot com. Now when we think of the word carbs. Well, we practically think of as a dirty word the truth is carbohydrate Laden foods like your process Bresnan sugary treats have given micronutrients a bad name and popular diets like Akins and the Kito aimed to practically rid carbs altogether. And I might say with effective results. Carbs do have a bit of a reputation when consumed in excess vacant potentially cause weight gain, inflammation, gut issues and more. However, the truth is some carbs actually do play an important role in the body's functions, and there are some healthy. Nutritionally packed carbs sources that deliver important vitamins and minerals. It's really nice black and white as carb haters would have you to believe and one twenty yet extreme eating. Dan tries to strike a balance in this carbs are good versus carbs are bad debate. And it's called carb cycling. The idea is that by playing to your carbs strength. You can hack your body by maintaining just a carbohydrates to keep your body in high function, well, losing weight and just so, you know, it's not for everyone. It's a powerful but short term tool for quick that loss, according to author William Cole, the author of the book, carb cycling when done properly. It can be a good approach, particularly for women, endurance athletes. I have an Amazon link in the show notes that can lead you to William Coles book, if you wanna check it out while you're listening to today's episode. Anyway, it's also a good option. If you find yourself at a weight loss plateau for more than a month. Here's what you need to know about carb cycling first off what are carbohydrates. It's important to understand what carbohydrates actually are along with protein and fats carbohydrates are one of the three primary macronutrients the role of carbs is to provide energy for your body and brain. So here's what happened when you eat carbohydrates. First carbs are broken down into sugars during digestion and those sugars are absorbed into your bloodstream, then in response to the increase in blood sugar, insulin is released to subtle this sugar, which we call glucose to yourselves for quick energy to fuel your day carbs are also stored in your muscles and your liver and the form of glycogen or stored forms of glucose excess glucose however is also stored as fat which is. Where these carbs tend to get their bad name. Not all carbs are created equal though within the carbohydrate category. There are three main types sugar starch and fibre sugar is the simplest form while starch and fibre are known as complex carbohydrates. So they take longer to break down keeping you fuller for longer now refined or processed carbohydrates, which are more more added sugar than starch and fibre are where the trouble comes in these foods, Gary little to no nutritional value. Well, all process carbs are worth ditching whole foods that are rich in carbohydrates are in leagues of their own think about potatoes, both regular and sweet and other starchy vegetables like butternut squash. And carrots, whole grains, like keen one and Brown rice beans. And lentils and even foods that contain natural sugars like fruit and milk. These whole foods have nutritional merit by containing important, vitamins and minerals. So well, the word carbs often conjure up images of bread and sugary baked goods complex carbohydrates do play an import row and a healthy diet for most people generally during a period of carb cycling. These selfie carbs are included some of the time in order to promote short-term fat loss. Here's how it works. Carb cycling aims to avoid excess. Glucose it being stored fat the process itself. Sounds simple enough in its basic form. Carb cycling simply refers to the process of taking cards out of your diet for short period of time. And then adding them back in and cycles. The idea is to fill up the glucose storage space in your muscles and liver without tipping over into storing excess glucose fat it involves several days of on days where healthy carbs are allowed. So you can build up your stores. This is then followed by several low or no carb days during in which or glycogen stores in your muscles and liver are purposely depleted when we take the carbs away, your body burns up all the glycogen. So it's forced to burn fat after a few notes. Karp days carbs are reintroduced to replenish, your glycogen stores and the process repeats itself. Unlike some of these deprivation diets, including calorie restrictive, eating plans, carb cycling is meant to keep your body from going into starvation mode, which is a Kalou that tells your body it's under threat. So it's time to battened down the hatches by storing that with carb cycling, you're always manipulating the physiology pattern to wear you. Never go into starvation mode. All right. So let's talk about a big jenner's, carb cycling plan. It would go something like this. Well, exact carb cycling plans vary on the basis of individuals. A beginner carb cycling plan involves three car days. Followed by four off days. Ideally, a beginner's carb cycling plan should have three days followed by three days off not for. But this is tricky to maintain in a seven day week in order to burn through a glycogen stores, and then build them up again, these days need to be in consecutive blocks. So that means not one day on one day off. So in a seven day, carb cycling plan, you might wanna put your car days over the weekend and your off days during the week in the. Appropriate amount of carbs person should eat on their on days depends on the person everybody's liver holds about seventy grams of glycogen that's pretty consistent. However, that's just the liver. How much muscle mass? A person has will determine how much glycogen vacant store. The more muscle mass. The more storage space. A good rule of thumb though is to keep it to about one hundred to one hundred fifty grams of net carbs per day. Now, I'm just going to scan briefly and highlight some of the portent parts of this article. If you want the full article, and you want to get every detail here, then you can click on the link in the show notes, and it'll take you right to the whole full article also on your car days. It's important not to dive into all those cards at once beating large amounts of carbs in one sitting. Spikes, your blood sugar quickly, and the carbs that can't be stored in the cells muscles or liver end up being stored as fat not to mention you're in for an intense blood sugar crash later on. So in other words is extremely important to spread out your carbs throughout the day. Then taper off your carbs at night, the energy cards provide will do more good for you at breakfast and lunch to Jeep you fueled throughout the day. But they're not as important at dinner now after three days of filling up your glycogen stores with carbs, the next phase is to deplete those stores by cutting them out altogether. This means four days of eating as close to zero grams of carbs as you possibly can now back to on card days, the focus should be on complex carbohydrates nuts. Apple carbs, Adele, help keep you filled up longer, and they contain more, vitamins and nutrients. And on no carb days. There's more to it than just cutting out sugar and starches. It's important to replace the calories. You normally get from carbs with fat healthy fat. Well, at least a certain kind of fat, carb cycling differs from the Kito diet, and that not all outsor- encouraged saturated fat sources like bacon and cheese aren't limitless league green lit and carb cycling plan. Instead, the focus is on three fatty acids now these are found in healthy fat sources like avocado all of fish and Chia seeds. Non starchy vegetables, like, broccoli and leafy greens. Are also a staple on the note car days. These do have some sugars not enough to make a dent in your daily carb intake, but enough to stimulate brain function since the brain does need some glucose to function. So let's talk about who should not try, carb cycling. Carb cycling isn't for everybody. It's not a diet designed to enhance performance, endurance or high intensity athletes. Like serious runners bikers are swimmers they need carbohydrates to fuel their training for people who are training a lot and doing six days a week of hardcore exercise. There's no reason for you to remove the carbs at all carbs cycling is not for anyone who suffers adrenal dysfunction, if these people tend to do better with small meal spread out through the day containing low to moderate carbs, in addition, if you tried intermittent fasting, and it hasn't worked well for you in the past carb cycling may also not be for you. Some of the pros and cons of carb cycling or the downside of carb cycling is that it requires strict adherence for it to work and a low carb diets often come along with unpleasant side effects, including headaches, bad breath weakness in fatigue. It's also not meant to be a long term eating plant. It's a very structured program. It's not something you would do for a lifelong time. It's recommended that you try it for about six weeks event. Take a break for at least three months before trying it again to avoid a messing up your metabolism. Plus while the mechanism behind carb cycling does make sense. There has been a no scientific studies done on carb cycling Pacific -ly. However on the upside of carb cycling, many of it to be an affective and fast tool for fat loss. It's also doesn't require you to cut out carbs completely. So while it's not a lifestyle change. It can provide quick results I would advise you to seek out eight professional plan before trying carb cycling or lease read. William Coles book. On the topic. Like, I said my Amazon link for the book is right there in the show notes. You can click on it and check it out. All right, then that's all I have free today. But I wanna wish you the very best new year. Let's make two thousand nineteen your very best year your year to shine. Cheers to a happy healthier new year by now.

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Optimizing Your Brain with Food with Max Lugavere

Teach Me Something New

46:11 min | 2 months ago

Optimizing Your Brain with Food with Max Lugavere

"It's black friday. Now at target black friday used to mean waking up early long lines and deals gone in a flash. That was black friday. Then this is black friday now because this year at target black friday is not just a day or even a week. It's weekly deals all november. Long you decide how to shop whether it's in store or at target dot com. Get all the black friday savings without all the black friday stress. No matter how you shop. It's black friday now. Only at target exclusions apply. This is semi jay. And i have some exciting news to share. We are back for season two podcast. Let's be real sanjay this season. We'll have more revealing and unfiltered conversations with celebrities. Influencers activists and athletes guests include the amazing singer and actor. Anthony rama's tiktok sensation. Dixie emilio nba star. Aaron gordon and many more listen to. Let's be really sammy. J on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. We have agency. We have power over our our cognitive destiny. Which i think is not something that in the past was considered a possibility. Welcome to teach me something new. I'm your host britain morton and this is a production of iheartradio and britten co all my life. Everyone's told me. I should focus on being good at one thing but the truth is hind curious about a lot of things. How do you learn about everything. The answer make the world's best experts teach you in less than an hour so come along with me as we all learned something new in today's episode. We're joined by brain health researcher. Max liga there. He's a documentarian a new york times bestselling author of the genius life and genius foods and host of the podcast. The genius life. He's here to teach us how to optimize our brains so we can be smarter less moody and more productive and he says it all starts with food. And do you ever think about what the phrase brain health really means. So honestly no i feel like i think about mental health. I think about physical health. But i and i think about heart health. Actually but i don't think i've ever thought about brain health. What about you you know. As we started britain coastal many years ago. I was so excited about figuring out how the brain does create a functions. And i started talking to a bunch of neuroscientists at one point because i was so excited about figuring out the data behind creativity in the brain and it turns out. We hardly know anything about the brain. So i don't even know if there are checkups we could even get. I don't know well. Do you think there are things that you do to help. Optimize your brain health. I mean i know you're pretty into optimization. I do love optimization. I mean my grandpa who is ninety. Two years old has done a crossword puzzle like the last fifty years of his life. So something about that signals to me that keeps my brain sharp. My mom also randomly plays like freecell like old school freecell. Modern computers still could. She claims that keeps her brain. So that's one part of it puzzles like that. But then i mean meditation. Okay that that definitely counts so my family was aboard game family so i feel like games. Were always a thing. And i would say now in parenting. I'm like putting things together a lot more than i was for a while. You know and even doing these little puzzles and and trying to explain how something works. That's not just innate. I actually feel like that's a good brain exercise. I'm fascinated to learn more about all of this and we have max loubier here. The expert of all experts who is here to teach us all how we can optimize our brain health. Welcome max thank you so much for having me what a privilege and a pleasure it is to be here. Do you think we're totally crazy. Like i don't even know what we just said was on the right track at all. Or if you're like oh no. It's not no no it's not created in fact it's become my sort of life purpose to help educate people about the ways that they can keep tabs on their brain health and ultimately improve it and even dare i say optimize it. I Became interested in this topic. When my mother got sick at a very young age she developed a rare form of dementia and i went around the country with her to try to figure out what was going on with her brain. I had no prior family history of any type of cognitive neuro cognitive disorder So for me. I was at a loss and i was a i. Don't come from you know medical. I don't have a medical background. I'm not an academic scientist. I was a journalist. But i had a vested interest. You know the person who i love most in the world was succumbing to very rapid Brain degeneration and what. I was met with in every clinic that i was that i had the privilege to be in. You know sitting next to my mom. I've come to call diagnose and audio's so you're totally right that you know. Most people have no idea in fact in. Aarp study performed a few years ago. Found that ninety percent of americans believe that brain health is important which is great but are largely in the dark in terms of how to maintain or improve it but the reality is our brains are incredibly vulnerable to our diets in our lifestyles and that really became where i focused my efforts to how we might live and how we might eat in a way. That preserves our brain health as we age as opposed to just sort of letting it diminish over time which seems to be the norm today in your learning so far. Have you found that it is possible to minimize dementia risk. And how can it help. All of us have healthier brains. I mean you know the beginning. I think it's important to say that. We're just a tip of the iceberg in terms of understanding all the different ways and causes for dementia for each person. I mean there are multiple types of dementia. But knowing that today we're seeing epidemic rates of certain kinds of conditions chronic noncommunicable conditions that are highly associated with our diet in our lifestyle so type two diabetes prediabetes obesity. These are sort of the most common of them But when you are a type two diabetic your risk. For developing alzheimer's disease increases anywhere between two and four fold so as a dramatically increased risk that one experiences for dementia for this for a brain condition when they have you know a disease of the body and so now we're starting to see. Is that the brain and the body are intricately connected and the the same steps that we take to achieve a healthier body are all going to pay dividends in terms of your brain health down the road you know we can look to parts of the world where diets have been less industrialized than ours where they eat foods that are more sort of whole minimally processed foods and we see that they have dramatic reductions for conditions like alzheimer's disease. What i sort of made it my mission to do because i have a background in investigation in storytelling and because i have a vested interest in you know the fact that i now have my own risk factor for the ds. I've made my my mission to sort of connect the dots you know all these sort of siloed off findings and disciplines I've sort of become guess like a walking meta analysis so that i can communicate to people how how they can take the signs and integrated into their own lives like a brain researcher. That can talk to people like real data. Not just unlike scientific speak. I'm actually curious. Is there an age where the brain health of a person peaks and then starts to deteriorate on average. And how does the fact that we're living longer than ever now coincide with that potential fact. Yeah I mean so for the longest time it was thought that your brain kinda peaked at around twenty five. You know that was sort of like when a person would mature cognitively. Speaking in your brain was at its peak of efficacy at that point and then it would basically begin as long and gradual decline to the end of your life But we now know that you can actually keep your brain youthful as you h the most vulnerable and vital parts of your memory your hippo campus. Actually we have proof that you can create new neurons new brain cells in that part of the brain and so i think what that what that means and especially in the context of are increasing longevity. Is that we have agency. We have power over our our cognitive destiny. Which i think is not something that in the past was considered a possibility. You know dementia. Alzheimer's disease i think for a long time. People thought that these were inevitable aspects of aging the now we know that for the vast majority of people dementia is something that we do have a say over. We have what are called modifiable risk factors whether it's Hypertension high blood pressure or chronically elevated blood sugar or education or smoking or things like that. There are things that we can do. That can modify those risk factors so as to bring our overall risk level down. And we're definitely gonna talk about some of those things and specifically food but as a quick follow up to that. If let's say i'm in my seventies. I started to lose memory a little bit if i start doing some of these things. Is it possible to improve my brain as a seven year. Old is at something that has to be done earlier in life and over and over again habitually so that i never get to that point in the first place he had such a good question And the you know the the empowering answer is that you see you're never too old to start making changes in your life. That are going to improve the way that your brain works. I think it's great to know that you aren't too late to start to start making brain changes. So i know that food is a huge focus for you. I what led you to food and before we get into the good stuff. What are the biggest things you've learned about. What's harming our brain in terms of what we put in our bodies yes so. I've always been a nutrition nerd. So that's probably why. I started looking into food first and foremost when i began my college. Career actually was a pre med major. Because i had been so passionate about nutrition beforehand. But then. I realized that when you go to medical school you're only given one day If that of nutrition training. So that's why i didn't end up going on there but i've always had a huge passion for nutrition and And so that's where. I looked first when my mom got sick and what i realized is that i mean there's a lot that's wrong about the standard american diet and i think now for the first time we're starting to see the consequences of eating a diet that is low by and large made up of ultra processed foods on our brains but for a long time for for many years. We've known about what. The standard american diet does to our cardiovascular system into our waistlines so the foods that i've seen in the literature as being definitely worth avoiding A are primarily primarily ultra processed. Foods are foods that have like extensive ingredient lists I tend to have a bias. Also four low carb low carb diets. you know. i think that You know we live in very sedentary times especially today where people are spending more and more time around their homes In our cars like you know we are basically inactive especially in comparison to our ancestors. I think that the healthiest foods that you can that you can bring into your diet or foods that are basically whole foods minimally processed and you know lower on the carbohydrate spectrum so foods like fibrous veggies dark leafy greens christopher's vegetables Low sugar fruits like avocados olives. Bell peppers Things like that are all incredibly incredibly helpful. And i also happen to be a big fan of animal products which i know you know are not for everybody. But i think you know when looking at the literature in terms of brain health and these these dietary interventions. I mean they all include some some quantity of fatty fish. You know so whether it's wild salmon or sardines things like that I'm a big fan there and also eggs and granted fed beef now. I'm you know the past couple of decades. It was probably really hard to be. you know. The eggs publicist story. You know the publicist for the for the Because it's both of those food. Categories have taken such a beating. Because of misconceptions i think surrounding those foods so for me that but that was a major source of course action to look into what we've long believed to be true about nutrition and to question everything you know and and that really is what led to me developing what i call the genius foods and my the dietary recommendations that i make we wanna talk about the genius foods but are you aware that you just said that. The egg industry has taken a beating. Because that's an amazing. But i think you should use your marketing materials. I mean that's a good point. Yeah you're right. i'm normally think of myself as being good at puns. 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I talk about blueberries all day and people tell me it's okay that they're the only thing my children to eat. So tell me. Are these one of the genius foods. Buber's mazing in fact. I have a recipe. I just snapped on these before. I got on so i basically melt dark. Chocolate and blueberries are to genus great for brain health. Yeah and i can. I can get into why but before that so one of my favorite brain food recipes. You basically i buy a really dark chocolate bar like an eighty five percent dark chocolate bar and over a very very low gentle heat. I melt it down. Said becomes liquid and utah some blueberries in it and you take a spoon And you just spoon out like these like dark chocolate covered blueberry clusters on on some parchment paper and then you sprinkle with a little tiny bit of sea salt and you put them in the fridge and you get these dark chocolate covered Blueberries was like a little bit of sea salt on it so good way. These like blueberry cleansers like turtle. This is amazing. This right now yeah. They're so good they're so good. I'm making them like every day pretty much. And if you wanna go like pro level you can in a little bit of lion's mane powder in which also do so through. The lion's mane is a mushroom anchor. I wanted to explain what lion's mane is because everyone knows what lion's mane is so lion's mane is a. It's a mushroom it doesn't taste like mushrooms is actually very very pleasant flavored mushroom. Like at all if you have an aversion to mushrooms but it's been shown to boost neuro by boosting nerve growth factor in the brain So it's being studied now for its potential to boost cognitive function and to enhance neuro plasticity. But you can easily find it now at some of these major health food stores as like these little elixir packets so i opened up a packet and put it into the melted dark chocolate. I stood up And then yeah. So you make these little blueberry clusters federer takeaways house tonight. Everything you said is great. Let's look to a cooking show like brain cooking off. Bring the genius are so okay. So here's the question. Though why blueberries so blueberries are rijn. Compounds called anthocyanins Which are another type of plant pigment that's why when people say eat the rainbow. There's some wisdom to that advice we're already talking about keratin which type of plant pigments anthocyanins or another and you'll find them in Fresh that have those like blues and dark purples. Blueberries are sort of the classic Source for them you want. The same grapes fit. Grapes would not be. I don't think the grapes are anathema. Source now grapes or not Anthocyanins they're they're usually found in purple potatoes there in red onions They're also in blue corn. There more blue like you get them and sometimes it doesn't necessarily look blue because you've got other pigments in there that are disguising them blueberries and blackberries and bilberries sort of like the classics source of of anthocyanins. So our purple potatoes. Actually better for you than non purple orange potatoes. Yeah i would probably go for purple potatoes or sweet potatoes over white potatoes just because of that. Extra boost you get white. Potatoes are not bad. they're great source of potassium. If you cook and cool a white potato you get. What's called retrograde resistant starch. So it actually Is really good for gut health and And becomes less. You know it sort of doing that. Blunts the glycemic impact of the white potato Say you know. You're you have a serving of white potatoes that have fifty grams of carbohydrates net. Carbohydrates in it. A proportion of that will become resistant so that you don't actually absorb it the starch becomes resistant starch which is essentially. It acts like a fiber. So you know when you look on the back of of food and it has like total carbohydrates and fiber and you subtract the fiber to to get your net carbohydrate content of that food same thing with i got with like a white potato. We don't really have a good way of measuring it But yeah so it it. You're basically absorbing fewer net carbohydrates from net. What about oils. I've heard so many good and bad things about oils where your take on all the oils. So i'm pretty. Adamantly against the industrially produced grain seed oils like canola oil corn oil soybean oil grapeseed. Oil is one that a lot of people are confused about because it sounds vaguely healthy But all of these oils go through you know just as long production chain of processes to arrive at and those processes damaged the oil. Like if you look at extra virgin olive oil on the other hand. Humans have been consuming extra virgin olive oil for thousands of years because to make extra virgin olive oil. You simply crush olives. That's not the case with any of these industrial produce oils. They all undergo a process called Relation which makes them tasteless and senseless and manufacturers love this. Because i mean it's sort of like you know the culinary equivalent of the witness protection program. It takes these oils. That would otherwise be really bitter and rancid tasting right like oil from soybeans oil from corn oil from you know grape seeds which have tons of tens in them which are very bitter right so they take all these oils and they put them through this through this process that makes them tastes like nothing. It's the same that that's why you can use these oils in salad dressings granola bars. They can they coat nuts before. They got roasted commercially But the problem is that process creates a small significant amount of trans fats which we know is very damaging to the cardiovascular system. So it's not good for your heart health but heart. Health is of particular relevance to brain health because your brain is fed blood and oxygen and nutrients by his network of micro vessels that are very small and delegate that if you were to take out of your head and you know stack these little blood vessels up end to end. It would stretch out four hundred miles long. So it's a very precious network that we need to preserve the integrity of you know and there's a. There is a direct association between higher trans fat. Consumption increased risk for alzheimer's disease We know that people consume higher levels of trans. Fats also have worst memory function. So it's just not a you want to avoid them to the best of your ability and that's you know all that damage that occurs to those oils before those oils are even bottled and end up making it to your local store. You have no idea how those oils are stored When they're shipped they're also sold typically clear plastic so light and heat You know are two of the primary catalyst that that can degrade and oil and all of these oils are vulnerable to degradation because of the the chemical constitution of them and the fact that they're sold in plastic to me. It's like you know manufacturers know that garbage in equals garbage out these oils were crap like going into the bottle and we know that that certain plastics can be dissolved in oil because plastic is made using using crude oil. So the fact that you're like buying this oil in plastic to me. It's just like a recipe for disaster. We should have olive oil. Probably like a glass bottle and put it in the dark. Is that right. Yeah yeah most of the time. You're gonna see extra virgin olive oil sold in dark glass bottles. I mean sometimes cheat with cheaper brand seed in plastic ombu generally. They're always going to be sold in dark bottles and you should only buy them when they're sold in dark bottles and ideally glass. And that's because i mean an olive oil manufacturer. They prize their oil. I mean extra virgin olive. Oil is a fresh fruit juice and it goes bad. You know because it's a fresh juice you want to buy it in a small bottle as you will be able to consume within a month Oh now you wanna know how old my all oil is. I don't even know how i am. I damage my brain right now. You're not no you're not. You're not damaging your brain but you know if you can if you can buy smaller bottles. I mean that's the way that experts would say to do it. Because you know oil is extra virgin olive. Oil is not like wine. It doesn't appreciate. It doesn't get better over time like wine. Does it only gets worse. And it gets wars very slowly because it's a very chemically stable kind of fat and it's got tons of antioxidants in it so it's relatively guarded against rent city and decay but generally if you like the best extra virgin olive oil experience that i think you ought to have you wanna buy it in smaller bottles and again glass darkly colored And and even what what. The purists will look for on the extra virgin olive oil bottle if you wanna make sure that you really buying the best oil on that you can afford look for harvest date and the more recent the more recently. The oil is pressed. That's going to be a fresher oil. Obviously so that's what you wanna reach for just changed my life again. Thanks max i am feeling very good about the olive oil game my house. She's a metal container. And then i put it in a little ceramic thing. Fancy okay what about snacks. What snacks are good for you. Almonds what else yes. I love to snack. I already gave you guys like one of my favorite new recipes. So that'll be fun to play to play around with. But yeah we can. We add almonds into the dark chocolate blueberry cluster. You're done. Yeah you can totally upgraded. I can throw in whatever you want. I mean once you realize that you just melt down like a chocolate bar you know and like throw whatever you wanted to it. It becomes a lot of fun So yeah almonds will be a great choice. I on genius food as well I'm a rich in magnesium rich in vitamin e. These are both really important and not commonly consumed nutrients micronutrients that that protect your brain as it ages magnesium in particular something that half of the population doesn't consume adequate amounts of it's used you know very in in a in hundreds of applications in your body from the creation of atp to dna repair. Dna damage is at the root cause of aging so foods that are high in magnesium typically are going to be great for you and almonds. I believe when you consider a handful of almonds you get about twenty five percent of your daily need for it. So great Other snack foods. There's like wild salmon jerk either as grass-fed beef jerky is now available to people. That are highly satiated. I'm a fan of Greek yogurt. I don't do a ton of dairy personally but i think re is a great. You know high protein snack. One of the things that i think is really important about Protein is that it's the most satiated of the macronutrients. So if you're ever feeling hungry on especially for people that are looking to either maintain their weight or even to lose. Some fat protein is a very powerful tool. Because it's it keeps you full and the best diet for us going to be the one that satiate your hunger and keeps you satiated over the longest timeframe carry switch to diets. Actually because i know that diet culture is and has been rampant for decades now. I've recently started doing intermittent fasting which claims that. You have more clarity. And i've actually found that to be true. I'm curious if that's like a placebo effect But but also can you explain the differences between the good diets in the bad diets out there. So it's a good question died. Culture definitely sucks in many ways. I think the pressure that puts women that had that had basically exalts one body type you know as being the ideal feminine body. I mean the fact that it's you know that it preys on women's insecurities and men's insecurities too. I mean that's not to. I don't want to discount the fact that you know. There are a lot of men out there that have disordered eating now because of how culture affects them but diets like work. If you find the diet the one that works for you you know. That's what it's really all about and to not have a sort of black or white mindset about it to not feel You know to to not feel tied in terms of your identity to your diet. I think that's very important And to realize that like nobody's perfect. This isn't about perfection. It's about you know doing the best that you can buy your body and so the best diet for us going to be the diet that you adhere to and there are a bunch of different options out there you know. I have a bias for low carbohydrate diets i think that they are the most satiate ing You know they just because protein is very satiated. And when you're not you know on a blood sugar roller coaster all day long I think that can actually have a positive effect on your hunger. And then there's people who like to really extreme and try ketogenic diets. There is a hunger. Suppressing of key tones but those are not the only way to to have a healthier body. You know if your diet of choice happens to be a low fat diet. I can work to what i like to tell. People is that you've got the way to get there is going to be different for each person. And we have some data now to to suggest that people who consume ultra processed foods Tend to over consume so basically by the time you feel sated from eating ultra processed foods. You've already eaten too much. Whereas whole minimally processed foods they're very filling. You know they fill you up so you get that nice satisfying stretch of the stomach. You know that. I think we've evolved to seek when we sit down at a meal So i think it's okay to feel full But when you when you basically base your died around minimally processed foods that you actually eat effort almost effortlessly to your maintenance level of calories or even below it which equates to effortless weight loss but at the end of the day ultra processed foods are at the root cause of the obesity epidemic in this country and And so it would be best to avoid those foods and the brain health epidemic. It sounds like of course and the brain health epidemic. Yeah like about intermittent fasting. Am i correct in assuming that's useful for my brain health. Are i think it's useful. Yeah the research. On intermittent fasting really began with this guy. Mark mattson over at nih who was showing us an animal studies in mice that intermittent fasting basically boosts levels of a protein called bdo neff in the brain sort of a great characteristic that you want if you want your brain to age to age. Well you know. It's a lot more difficult to to look at what's going on in the brain of a human as compared to a mouse When we when we put mice through various interventions sacrifice the mouse and see all kinds of things that are happening but in humans at that is not really quite as easy or as ethical but intermittent fasting for people seems to have a number of positive effects on blood pressure blood sugar regulation and these are all very important as i mentioned when it comes to having you know optimal brain health. It's not like a magical thing like you know but it does seem to make sense from the standpoint of circadian biology meaning as a human being. You're meant to eat during the day and to not eat too close to bedtime If you love eating just before you go to sleep. And that's like the thing that you look forward to most every day. I mean you can continue to do that. And you're probably not gonna suffer consequence from that. But i do think that's been more time in that fast. Estate is official friends bobby bones. This is bets. You should know a brand new podcast from iheartradio throughout this four part series. I'm going to introduce you to four military veterans with inspiring stories who continue to use their experiences and the lessons learned service through their journey s civilians. It was those members of the military. Really helped me regain my voice so that i can be a waste for others and as soon as a barrage ended a marine that was on our base training afghan national army. 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I think drinking in moderation is fine. Which is you know one to two servings of alcohol a day for men one for women doesn't count if you concentrate them all to one or two nights at the end of the week you know like having seven drinks on a friday night doesn't you can't. You can't work the math that way. Unfortunately i wish we could but But yeah i mean seems to be beneficial from the standpoint of stress mitigation social lubrication. These are all non trivial benefits to moderate consumption. If you're stressed out and if alcohol helps you you know. Be more engaged with your social circle than i think that those earn benefits that we need to respect but alcohol is Ethanol is a neuro toxin. So if you can Not drink like if you can. If you can find more meaningful ways of or i should say More productive ways of dealing with stress and Being able to be social without the alcohol. I would say that those those are probably worthwhile endeavors and if you drink their ways to drink more mindful eating more healthily so just making sure that you're staying hydrated and that you sober up before going to sleep think that those are both two ways of making sure that you're you know that the alcohol is not gonna affect you negatively that much. Okay next while. We're talking about sobering up or the opposite cannabis thoughts cannabis I think that there are some interesting potential therapeutic uses for cbd. But i do think. Cbd has been used for certain seizure disorders for quite some time and There is a there seems to be a sort of the olympic effect of it. You know it's it as a way of reducing anxiety and There are you know yeah. So in terms of its medicinal use. I'm in favor of it Which is not an area that i've really done too much. Deep too deep but But so yeah so. I'm like holding out hope for the new research on it as it comes out but just in general not a fan of the cd sparkling waters and you know what have you that that seems to be popping up everywhere. I mentioned puzzles at the beginning of this crossword puzzles. Said doku free sow. Are these good things for our brains generally would say learning new things. is very beneficial because by learning new things. You have more to lose before you lose it. And that is what is called cognitive reserve and so by learning new things whether it's a new language whether it's a new Skill based Physical activity You know musical instrument or what have you. These are all great ways of boosting your cognitive reserve just over the past couple of months. I've learned a few new things. I took up boxing which has been really fun. I'm not Sparring so for anybody. Wondering i'm not my head is not hit. Which is you know very not good if you're trying to avoid cognitive decline you don't want to keep your head protected And i also learned to play with. My brother's i've enjoyed you know some of the time in quarantine spent With my brothers. I learned to play poker texas holdem. Because that's my jam. There you go texas holdem. It has been really fun. I'm not. I have not really been into cards. My whole life up until you know just the past couple of years and then over the past couple months learn poker. It's really fun okay. Next sex is sex. Good for your brain. Sex is very good for the brain touches. I think touches crucial touching away like a nutrient you know and i think today we live in times of increasing social isolation. I think that's just one more aspect of the modern diet and lifestyle that has really been counterproductive to our health but But yes xs great communion with another person Just a beautiful beautiful thing and it's like oh. We're just were hardwired to feel sense of reward in doing that. So yeah have added. Just be safe. You know love coffee. I coffee It works for many people. it doesn't work for some. You know you've got a kind of figure out your own relationship with it. The research on coffee seems to be mostly positive. That people who drink more coffee seemed to have some degree of protection against alzheimer's disease parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis or ms But everybody reacts to differently so if you have a lot of stress in your life coffee could be sort of fueling that fire whereas if you don't then coffey i think it'd be a very positive addition I personally think that. I have a pretty positive relationship with coffee but every couple of months i like to take a week or two or three off just to not have a dependence on it. I have a very positive relationship with coffee as well. Yeah it's a committed relationship both committed. It is very dependent to i. I don't take breaks. Finally what about sleep. Oh man we'll sleep is sleep is super important. I mean we know that when we sleep. Our brains actually are cleaning themselves There's a system in the brain called the glimp- fatty system which has been named due to its resemblance to the lymph attic system which is sort of the system of immune channels in the body Where lymph fluid is pumped sort of the the bodies back roads the the bodies garbage disposal system. We have something very similar to that in our brains where Amyloid and tau the to these two proteins that are associated with alzheimer's disease get flushed out while we're sleeping particularly doing during slow wave sleep these channels sort of swell By about sixty percent and cerebrospinal fluid swishes throughout the brain clearing out these proteins and on in fact on one night of shorten sleep we see in cerebrospinal fluid an increase by about Fifty percent for tau protein and thirty percent amyloid protein And so you know the assumption. There is that you know more. Having more of this protein in the brain is going to increase the susceptibility of those proteins to cross link and come together and form the plaques. We associated with alzheimer's disease. And you know. All things considered having less of that around Is probably a good thing. So sleep is is super important from that standpoint. it's also very important from well for some so many things. I mean for hormone regulation on one night a short shortened sleep. You're basically pre diabetic. The next day temporarily but But you know your insulin regulation your blood. Sugar regulation is is a little bit screwy the following day and that also can affect your hunger levels so i mean on on short and sleep. We all know that we tend to reach four You know more junk foods the next day it just becomes a lot more difficult to moderate consumption of of really rewarding palatable foods so Sleep is the one thing that i think it's like if you nail that it's going to be the rising tide. That lifts all the boats in your harbour. So i'm a. I'm a huge fan of sleep. I like to say that sleep is sacred. Okay so if i'm summarizing everything we just learned. Here's what like the perfect day would be like. Get good sleep wake up. Maybe have copy. While i'm doing a crossword puzzle throughout the day. I am eating eggs. Olive oil almonds wild salmon dark leafy greens all kinds of produce non processed foods. Then i have sex then. I might have loss of wine and chocolate covered blueberries. Hello and. I ran the day with chocolate covered. Blueberries is that the perfect day max. That's pretty close. I mean yeah. I haven't had a day like that and in some time. But that's that's as close as you get to a perfect day. You just the caveat. I guess it'd be on the dark chocolate. You don't wanna consume dark chocolate too close to time because dark. Chocolate has caffeine and theobromine in it which are stimulants. they've actually shown that dark chocolate To some degree affects the brain. Like bright light. Does i try to eat my dark chocolate during the day. Actually and i've found that if consumed are chocolate too close to bedtime. It negatively affects my sleep Significantly actually so. I would say. Eat those blueberries like mid day snack. That's my one other than that. Sound like an amazing day and what homework do have for all of our listeners. Today as they're getting started on their brain health journey ho man. What homework just you know to learn as much as you can to be. Your own advocate. an end to teach others in your life. You know whether it's to take this episode. 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#68 What does a spleen do? Celebrity Journalist Dr Robbie & Why Vets Keep Spare Pants at Work

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#68 What does a spleen do? Celebrity Journalist Dr Robbie & Why Vets Keep Spare Pants at Work

"Welcome to the metro pets podcast hosted by veterinarians dumped louis cook going to antigen will give you the inside scoop on the secret life of pets and have a lifetime look at the lakers animal used health tips and other random facts old names of people and pets have been changed for confidentiality seven stories on the don't fly dsl every underage justice animal crazy as you a just sit down place just very federal sky lee best friend on lap and his robert louis in worldly hello and welcome in our wonderful listeners that episode sixty two let's talk that's what counts which you much talking pitches bailing off one i don't know i'm joined this week as i am every week by mytalk louis louis how you going on very good on very good romeo without notice that gloss guinea gaffer now i'm good night we were were nick i chime in anchorage china yes you ever in the in the in the fridge is going to be we should start this episode again yes we are we are certainly not in the tober november recording in a in the kitchen of at half that's still currently not not being renovated and so we're a yeah there's a there's a lot of she wolves very close by so there's a lot of santa reverberation mercer trauma in you outlet belmont as well on a louis oh no no no you don't even know lama llama lama hits a high fifty cops well it's actually affects the moxie up against these right lucky some going at it a heavy tracheal stool right now in gene is already out loud isn't it or not or might say what do you got any like sorry i'm running articles for the like when used by cy young you are celebrity my local journalists the good part is even though it's just in the national league but apparently i mean like you know six local pipe as well give it just might actually i think you're better than that i think you other local celebrities at saint john what you think oh you and then she got the photographer at the day taking some five dollars yeah because i'd rather than using overstock images only from six years ago when i had a full head of hair yeah where did not like that and he when he got in the kitchen literally i the glenn beck show last week it was it was just on the back of the show the lawyer in blue steel i did i did a little bit of touch at work yeah when they a little bit a pint brushing better be better complected knows the law enforcement lewis was terrible right yeah yeah it's an ongoing idea yeah little johnny spray tan dan random adri jerry's dan around the bottom of ended up these became a handle on it and realize i'm sprite if it's not terrible thing that we love when you pass right but that's exactly right here because it's it's funny you mentioned that because of if already right so so instead of young people who were on instagram will will will know that that that is that is i coasttocoast wrought broad broad from the crotch run up to the other than the belts on the back of the belt now yum so leaning bending down the drawing pickup adulthood taken x right it wasn't a huge don't end up with melanie i run mls one two and adjusters are gonna cut claims to have been tried and tried and i'm going oh jeez i think just ripped my pants a little of look down on oh my goodness there's no pants listen he's been saying now now you know the oil got some some underpants disrepute said why not why not have been you know it'd be well well worn the end and not corn they've friday in areas where underpants shouldn't be friday but today i happened to be at nyu underpants dog night so in in in the pylon so the the board injury in wasn't a through and through it wasn't a page right no no no no no not only went through one line now now now has that sort of stuff internally which is good site so then all of a sudden gonna stay pair of pants works and that's great that's why is that the the normal mrs perhaps on the pants or is that for the one guy it's it's actually the normal mrs because these it's actually have a little here in the crotch as well but this one's a much smaller ones your pants a smaller smaller much smaller champion begin paying off their pants moments right so nice thing today the sticking point is if lapel walks or it'll be taught almighty when they when they got into a repair the expense report you just saw some just put a few extra stitches in teaching there yeah yeah we might go any further in our state physical now i know he just wants to listen to all going to work tonight in dumb guy right so of the bedrooms really dynamic is christine is doing some fun fun when the pants pants on going they're gonna go down at the counter gonna get my bag out of the burden of pocketing the compact in a sort of felt something sort of szekely only in sonam a lake and so we've got these little rainy things in the cop and it's sort of parking apple needs to grab a panic on the map you really don't go walking through the cap off these clients all i really i got it looks are gonna buy or a veteran of the company comes out whiting so overall she's got she's got a spade pants baseball jay pants up in the cupboard deed which is why can't i changed in regional come running in the waiting room so run in ten minutes later i got a guy and there's no one in the wire just someone in the hundred bucks are like oh she says it's gonna cost him a i'm quite literally think in the long run in light and i had it only my hair out sorry i had wardrobe malfunction i did wanna come and even the pan so rich looking at is there is no one in the way i wonder if they went through the front this i said when i saw now it's not it's a bit of a spotter reasoning back along the wall all running into their anything is torn you can't even do that you know that the game and they target store when she wrapped around a fantastic and speaking being a little bit a little bit you know sort of a toy or white sort of going back to the story about the ruining your own idiotic so with the wonderful pasted we did a couple of weeks ago about the fading you catch the happiness the the the journal of a fe lawn medicine and surgery article of feeding catch detroit helping out with things audience so one of the articles all right was you're feeding you had the total of feeding your cat the happiness like i answered in when they took every choose dynamic sort of june when the when the delete it comes out also getting a little being in the in the mailbox and got let's see what page today yeah i don't usually around page page three minutes page for a couple of we chose pike you know and so i'm gonna take his wife big big news dispute over a fence or something oh and fences peak being walked around adding a little you know there's all sorts of all sorts of local local issues lewis is a tray wherever limit falling down yeah get pushed to the back pages someone had a piece of toast it looked like it had jason scott morrison says some people think they wanna sign so that's all scott emerging say one of the sign on a notice on a some white boy feeding a cat the happiness once the submitted a got a hold of they a good all of the title they changed it to fat cats nate hunt oh set catch nate dogg not not feeding you catch the happiness is great but maybe because it was a very narrow article maybe happiness didn't feeding they so they've gone just what do we could we could just call it set catch nighttime miami miami they the raiders shipping i can't handle the long the woods happiness that it's a callback squad alone would and they beat these guys play well cutlery they're they're they're gonna show attention should come up with a bit moji for like a like a cat and the cat emerged comes up some smiling at of all about his little mac as a french fries just there and then the cat and then it's all about sorority i just ate the absolutely yeah so so that was a little bit brutal gonna written this article and then it just hit me with e you you know you don't roby angie fat cat mary fit yeah now you're gonna fat cat they stole melvin a little unwind oh insides otherwise spacey by one hundred one hundred saint louis he's hearing listening yeah absolutely anything she sitting there looking like a yoga a little a little fish deal you see me again how about you might what's been happening oh you know much we've been pretty steady this week you just sort of cases and counting of anything that's being particularly a two weeks or dingle podcast with hotels where he wants why not look okay yeah i speak support the podcast i we all love using a full for cats and dogs mauled anxiety lowering a well i love mode anxiety problems lowering on beings are these especially with that and not be kind travel maybe i you know with big posit napping in america fourth of july holiday drawn to to to think that will pass the ball is coming up in in the uk november remember remember remember the fifth and november don't you remember that i we all know the story yeah yeah yeah daughterinlaw at the guard something the principal 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like a cat casey all we do i go owned by lisa keys in that and my kids in private marquette you know what you're doing is kind of like is it really does my dog's more appealing to us in two thousand seventeen julian kaminsky at the university of portsmouth smith and colleagues either type doping tracking the strangest at a shelter just say what might the more likely to be adopted ron i think this article you checked it and if you wait until until you only thing that seemed to have an effect is it is this operation movement she is dopes at my this movement more often were adopted certain indulge they are brand motion he's made by muscle above they are as the only in aside near they know who's yes coal the a healthier biki lars oris it's 'em a team at seattle love love love love vita a divider occupy quite well vida hang you are all q law made the food enough that would be brave i thank you very very well done kudos to you for the six dog had this muscle the one exception was a saudi 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off the naked shave one person that i'm now louis all wanna talk about spleens because i've had many ventures explains over the last two weeks removed three splaine's in the last two why why is being insein why i am so you know splaine is i a it's a it's a oregon seats in your stomach 'em ended say i guess when you stomach ulcers and you're at dominion argue it's attached to stomach but at the end you're in you're abdomens so i just wanna make show mike 'cause you've done through surgery if i were the one and one going into the stomach and out of the stomach defined the dams like i don't know what they'll make you rich you know i sort of have a lawyer who is that's way too a romantic right surgeon really hasn't been at a whole food down sees you get some splaine yeah you know i just wanna make other ones fantastic rantings connected to my wrist watch was a report gassner rides on friday ages so you're you're spleen is like is what you would call i secondary immune oregon so it is very important what it does is it am i sort of describe a debate with like a like a big postal you know like it'd be bus stations start up a stop yeah absolutely yeah a man and then you could do the bushes won't be long speaking of faro's right he's coming off day after the toilet it i'm sitting there staring at christina rising brown is they oculus mueller on an annual salary our level of ice time where we ask a crusade on the way back in eighteen i think i know the muscles it's you'll be activating middle finger to put up let let us know how did she doesn't actually remember a dozen once in the morning i guess yeah so i'm better at least is not an absolutely yeah show by saying you are okay long video this fantastic deal yeah yeah get on the love the way the delight and just rolls off tonight just right pennywise like we just i'm sure you do need a very appropriate wide odeal already finally seeing is is very very feeding into the forties right when you have you language which or all lanes you know good i'm glad you bring back slang so explain explain a big organization they haven't been so what it is basically just full of immune cells and so one each joel be each one of the massive produces off immune responses within the body so it gets a lot of blood supply and so if there's any antigens all things in the blood that shouldn't be eating it marinate through the sanju soy denied the the sort of your blood visually pops within the splaine so the immune system can see it and they produce anybody's a if it's something and they get cleaned out or there's also sales in house trying showed up and try and clear after trying to clear out things when they have been infections come through some zones can be involved in production of red blood cells as well but that's usually the mind mine of the of the barn married but you can sometimes have you explain do that so even though it is a pretty big mess even major rogan with what it does you could actually without it or you don't need because you go nuts nuts and do the same thing so i am so if you were gonna get i mess in something in your abdomen explains actually a pretty good one because you can go in there and finish it out and depending on what the lumpy is you've got a reasonable chance you could be q would all of that of that disease but the problem is is held what a nasty stuff they can go on in the splaine is well so i am the hearts of lumps you getting splaine obviously the big one is cancer and that's when we always get really worried about sorry 'em it could be a cancer that's come up in this plane or cancer that spread splaine so depending on how it looks on detroit might be getting also heavy other rogan's look so if you've got changing lymph nodes are changing you leave her on ultrasound around or you know you've got lumped senior in you leave us or any among the knicks schreier c t scan you might stop and think oh hang on these marta actually been a cancer that's actually spread to the splaine but it looks like it's just local laws within the splaine then it might be aided that it's a a nine month or more it actually hasn't actually spread and so again you'd be in there and get rid of it you got a chance of drawing a clear it out the housing is though as adults can actually hard lumps in explains frequent sometimes so they can get big you know i like it'd be small and cosby problems like and be big and be fairly sort of innocuous i sort of pull the stomach over the lump is that had the heart of is that have it just like under a little round or a little something funny you mentioned that you do what they have done this way they know after you wake well fitting yeah yeah so i'm sorry what what's the classic signs of a dog with the way i we feel it when we're doing a physical examinations and that's the reason why they most important thing you could do with your dog is get the ceo of it for i fools it's clinically examination where you're gonna have a field of tommy ended i have a field the tummy they might feel it there is i lumping then i feel in the morning not even be able to tell the is definitely a lump guard jesus something outlawed here and really wanna check this out yeah we should do an extra doing percent of chicken say is there something funky going on inside of his abdomen 'em in one of the dogs we saw this week was actually arianna the picked up on it sirens are debating it is only a six year old dog and so on the coming in a twelve month health chick so it's been wall since we've seen his dog annuity earner they could actually see these funny things sort of parking at through the saudis have been ruined the dealt with slowing down on it so i came in and it's like who you are guy rod there's no doubt of this things like the feel like there's another six don't any aside a massive sorry i'm sorry from there you rather classics on some of the don't just feel miserable be tired sometimes it could be pile particularly if the if the lumpy is bleeding and often lose wind you there's something in the spleen that's fucking at more energy than what it should be the body can only get so much energy and so if somebody's going to explain the double often lose wide or and cat lose condition so runs and blood tests chicken see what's going on through some imaging x rise ultrasound and usually then you could light and say yes these lumpy is is on the splaine hopefully it's not anywhere else because you'll see that on your ultrasounds ganja you see whether or not it's in the in the liver all usually recommend you check the lungs out as well because because if it is something that you worry could be a cancer if it looks like it's already spread to the lungs and that's possibly a poor prognosis eugene's do go in there and type displaying at mike the don't feel a little bit better for a period of time that cancer is is already sprayed then days in the morning and actually extend that that dog's life without going insane wonderful doppler broccoli yeah or another wonderful oncologist but some some canine sorry around the park guy friend of the podcast so these three dog sit we saw i also represented differently one was a dog who they are and assaulted it's tommy was becoming blowed when it was on anti inflammatories the dog scott got a bad alibis bad night that's had to cruciate surgeries are just i'm so it's only anti inflammatory and they thought that it was at adam and was looking at it bloated whenever it was on eighty five minutes which is like i wrote that's not normal i respond to what you would say on antiinflammatories but we better check out to get took next right at tri that's fine didn't ultrasound and saw i five centimeter mass in the spring and this dog was a very big rottweiler sorry yeah you you know why you would feel these from the from the outside but there was these forms and made a mass shooting bang in the middle of spring does like a ge turkey rodeo and that's where we could this be the thing that's that's causing a budding in the tummy up more no they but this is a mess and it's not normal and it's only gonna get be sorry we'd better go there and take it out so we went into that one out patient number two with a dog that was losing why an was 'em not aiding really well beyond just losing just losing condition and seemed really really unhappy in a yard came in found felder temperament and we could feel and a dominant mass did a did a the ultrasound and get lumped on this plane big lump on the on the plane and it was 'em with a foolish dog was just a solitary one this one looked in a few different sort of bunches but it was is getting pretty do it was about sort of a bit six centimeters that one patient number three was the one where they are in saw the lump coming through the dog zemun a ultrasound that one an eat wall is huge shows and eleven keeler dog and the lump who's going basically from brought up behind leave it to the point where it was hard to tell is this thing in splinters little going all the way up to the end of the abdomen sorry all three of those folks we talked about do you want just going through surgery because if it is cancer yes we're probably going to improve your quality of life because we're gonna take why something that he's begun that is probably making you don't feel miserable but if it is if it's a malignant cancer than this might not be curative yeah there is i chance it will duty surgery and then you know might might not work so i went into the first one went into get sick more mistaken one was that was one that had the north little stomach blanket so the stomach was basically stuck on the splaine there was a main which is the sort of the could uncovering the senior abdomens on the front end the back of the plane and it was it hasty donut hole so why aren't trying to finish it off of all of that 'em the third one the third one the spleen was so it'd be that 'em unaided us bay pair hands on help to get it out of the abdomen it was still just at hayes to be a main tim but still in a lot of spot so there's a lot of blood vessels to try out a cut off now the interesting thing is all three of those loans civil comeback as known cans wow own cancer surfer all three of those dog's yeah it is and so the the last one of those i'm only ultrasound like the the last one to the w living keila dog the the spleen white eight hundred and fifty grams festive explain that i'd be explained that it had hematoma forming they but no cancer and those just always sort of reactive spots around there from it so yeah just enormous absolutely huge so so that was seven percent of his body white that we removed in that surgery i think tyler lockett instead of bad example you laid out which is which is a big risk with dogs when they got sprinting massive just because it is so full of line the one of the more common jim is is a what's called him mangy armor major soccer and that's what the first one was ahead mangy arm and so it was a benign once i get in there and get rid of it and you're done 'em but the main gr soccer is in the majors because they just full of blood and i get so we've seen walls that runs around in the pocket foles has something run into what something like that that double then stop the bleed into its everyone and that's often how they don't do presented and it would i resent in in shock they've lost a lot of blood and those dogs when when they're in she'll give us a lot of blood you can still do the surgery but it's a bit more yeah it'd be more risky especially if it got really lucky circulating red blood cells time exactly the risk and they they potentially italian b flew in laid out of the way exactly as well so i am show here exactly yeah hey westside oh wow yes so so explains you could leave without on you know but they do say the good purpose but then i think in humans again when we have not given notice but i remember hearing someone wants saying about the jumping in humans i don't like taking this plan so they're trying to the size patil the splaine but adults we don't have that much of an issue is fires immune suppression or anything like that so we just go in there and get it out it's a it's a good good surgery done it is a good surgery hey you're anatomy isn't telling blood vessels off well yeah there's there's there's these new set of four tires splitting jimmy way you know if you're going there you tie for specific blood vessels that then you don't have to worry about time off you only problem is with these all these sorts the first one would going over whites or confounded by this is where anyway the second one had stomach stuck to explain had together until i'm off individually 'cause you're gonna run the risk of pulling any any deal and the third one had that many damn blood vessels on there so i just go just go weekend thing only allowed for they left for about three inches of suture material your boy at high pressure situation life and that's why you sort of it oh they got very much i'm but spleens episode of the very interesting singled and do some really really good stuff i'm a one of the owners a interestingly said to me i'm can we find out what it is before we actually go in and take the splaine out and said look it's an excellent question an ideal yes you would but the problem is if you're using ultrasound in toronto possum needle into this plane detroit and get a sample if it is a cancer then you'll potentially gonna track that cancer out through the through the through the nato tracks are you wanting going there and take the the cancer type type display them if you cancer cells in the area where the where the needles going in you still even cancel and that's and that's no good am also if these things are full blood and you get on parking at the nato summit is full of blood not great not it's not cry when people have hustled doesn't go well no no no no no no no no these things have been holding onto attainable anyway down a peg in a big nagel in there you know that's why if you're using you ryan hot right anyway same tender hawk chinooks or tend to catch up on santa ten sorry i had a boot camp allergy endo will tend to explain up on the on the pendulum swing swing may someday yeah yeah so anything is not all anything in any year lane swings installation is it oh you particularly rabbits this quarter quarter large volume of splaine sitting at eleven am i right if you've been marinating informal nice little little tiny at the moment i know hardware vegan listen we appreciate you support absolutely excellent so i'm saying we just wanna do a little quick one to tonight just a white gives you got a bit of a drunk yoga do i am a good one on a separation anxiety maybe companies where wherever we are on hold on hold on the show this week and then we have a rival shifts mobile units took it smooth and when we want to market three one next week i'm not really show it just depends on holidays but if i was thinking 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