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The Charlie Kirk Show
Dr. Daniel Amen Shares an Amazing Story About an Overweight Friend
"Tell us about one of the friends you talk about in this book where you met with a friend who was overweight and you loved them enough to say, hey, you probably need to lose some weight if you want to get your life right. And he did, and he lived a better life. Oh, it's just such an emotional story for me. Mark and I had been friends. He's a psychologist, and we go to the same conference every other year. And we're having dinner at the restaurant, and I see him injecting himself with insulin. At the table. And I'm like, Mark, how much, how tall are you? He said, I'm 6 feet. I said, how much do you weigh? He said, 244 pounds. And I calculated on my phone as BMI, which was 31. And I'm like, dude, you're obese. And I also saw him order chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, and a brownie for dessert. And after I saw that, I couldn't just stay quiet. And I said, I'm like, Mark, you're obese. And he's like, Daniel, you're so cold. I'm not as cold as you're going to be when you're 6 feet under. What's the matter with you? Why aren't you paying attention to your health? And any of the dessert. And I help. As I love him, but when we were at that conference, two years later, he'd lost 52 pounds. And I was having lunch with his wife. And with Mark, and he was telling me how much better his sex life was. And I'm like turning red, but it's absolutely true when you get physically healthy. Blood flow, you have better blood flow to your brain and it's just so simple. You have to wonder how many people that go in and they get these very aggressive pharmaceuticals how supplementation will tell us supplements in a second after the break and just losing some weight could at least improve some of their symptoms.
"first insulin" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"To lower costs of drugs in California first insulin, a deal with a nonprofit generic drug maker to cap insulin costs at 30 bucks a vial announced by governor Gavin Newsom. He says it's not socialism, but to address the underlying costs. By lowering the cost and providing it at cost, governors saying California aims to lower costs of other drugs the same way. Perhaps continue for Chinese president Xi's visit to Moscow and talks with Russian president Putin. It's not an act of support for Russia, but trying to stop the war with Ukraine's as ABC's Brit clinic in Hong Kong. For the Chinese side, this is fresh from brokering the Saudi Iran deal. China is hoping it can kind of continue this role of peacemaker. Summon in Moscow with Xi starts Monday. Federal officials saying FDIC insured bank deposits are safe, but first republic banks credit rating has been downgraded at stock dropped yesterday even after an infusion of cash. Chuck sievertson, ABC News. News radio 1000 FM 97 7 stay connected, stay informed. Good afternoon, it's three 32 and I'm Kathy O'Shea and here's what's happening. There's a new lawsuit that's been filed against the Catholic archdiocese of Seattle and St. Louis parish a Catholic school in Bellevue. Attorney Daryl Cochran says his client was abused by a priest at the school in the 1960s. There were a series of St. Louis parish cases that we have been doing over the last couple of years that came to the attention of mister yazoo and he had reached a point of repose in his life where he and his wife both made the joint decision that they should hold the arch taxes accountable. The lawsuit accuses father Howard laval, of abusing students after he was put in charge of setting up and running the school. An archdiocese representative tells us they can't comment on an active lawsuit, but they take allegations of sexual abuse very seriously, and they are committed to providing a safe environment for everyone. They've established a safe environment page on the archdiocese website with information and support for victims. Police need your help to catch a group of burglars targeting homes across western Washington. Come up for us, Ryan Sims reports, the bandits used trail heads and green heads, green belts, two excess and then break into homes. From Tacoma to Bellevue, police tell como these crooks ammo has been the same all along. They've taken separate cars to these trails, met
"first insulin" Discussed on WTOP
"The first part of March at 50 in roslyn 43 in Laurel 50 downtown of farragut square, brought to you by long fan, saved 20% on long fence, Dex papers, and fences go to long fence, dot com today, feed your free in home estimate. It's 1110. Money news attended 40 past the hour here's Mark Hamrick. Consumer confidence slips. I'm Mark Hamrick with a bank rate dot com personal finance minute. A new report on the mindset of consumers who power the economy forward as they spend the conference board's index of consumer confidence fell from one O 6 to one O 2.9 in February. While this is lower than last month's one year high, it's still above the levels we saw last summer. One big thing that's changed, gasoline prices dropping significantly, but food prices remain elevated. Digging deeper into the report, expectations for the future dropped to the lowest in 7 months, assessments of the present rose to the highest in ten months. Fewer consumers are planning to purchase big ticket items like homes, cars, appliances, or vacations. The report did have some positive news, more consumers are feeling positive about the job market. Over 50% reported that jobs were plentiful up from last month only ten and a half percent felt the jobs were hard to get. I'm Mark Hamrick. Asian markets are flying out of the gate for Monday morning, the only losses right now are in Shanghai, the nikkei is a head almost one and a quarter percent. Coming up on WTO huge news for people with diabetes. More on one insulin makers coming price cap with CBS, medical contributor
AP News Radio
Lilly plans to slash some insulin prices, expand cost cap
"Eli Lilly says it plans to cut prices for some insolence, starting in January, the federal government started capping the cost of insulin through Medicare at $35 a month. President Biden mentioned it during the State of the Union address. Let's finish the job this time. Let's cap the cost of insulin for everybody at $35. Lily says it will cut the list price for its most commonly prescribed insulin humalog and for another insulin humulin by 70% in the fourth quarter starting in October. This could mean relief for people with diabetes who face annual cost of more than a $1000 for insulin they need in order to live. Lily says it will immediately cap monthly out of pocket costs at $35 for people who are not covered by Medicare. President Biden says Eli Lilly is heeding his call and others should follow. Ed Donahue, Washington
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh Reflects on Biden's SOTU Lies
"I've been reflecting on Biden's State of the Union. Reflecting on the polarized environment that we're in, reflecting on how partisan the address is very different from states of the union in the past, where, of course, there was a partisan element to them, but there was also a lot of appeal to common ground. Now, in Biden's case, the there was a kind of effort to force the Republicans to clap or to try to make statements that would make Republicans feel uncomfortable about not clapping. Insulin prices are down, pause. But these are political scoring points. In which you're supposed to clap, not really because you want to, because you don't necessarily approve of the tradeoffs that have made this decision possible. But because it seems like you're churlish or you're somehow a mean person if you don't clap when Biden is reciting so called good news, inflation is down. Well, normally I would definitely applaud because it's down only a little bit, but then I have to remember that Biden is chronically lying about it. He said that the inflation was there when he got here, it was inflation was 1.4%. It went up to what? 8 or 9%. It's now in the 6s. So it is down from Biden's own previous high. So all of that is going through my mind. I'm thinking to myself, I'm not going to clap for this kind of demagoguery and to the Republicans credit most of them did not.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh Unpacks the State of the Union and the State of Biden's Mind
"Don't know about you, but it's a very painful experience for me to watch and listen to these states of the union these days. Now this wasn't my experience in the past, I could listen to Clinton, for example, give a State of the Union, and usually in those days when I would listen to Clinton, I would to some degree marvel at his political artfulness. I would also catch him out on a bunch of things. I would knew that Linton was being slippery over here. He was doing the kind of a clever and new math over there. And I was thinking about objections to what Clinton was saying, refutations of his arguments, but it was a sort of a civic and intellectual exercise. With Biden, I feel like I am listening to a known con man. And that's a whole different experience. There's no reason to refute his arguments. They aren't really arguments. They're just blatant falsehoods crass emotional manipulation. All that kind of thing. And so no wonder Republicans now are far more openly contemptuous of what they're getting, they don't follow the old decorum. By the way, I think this is a very good sign that the Republican Party doesn't play by the old rules, sitting cow, tepidly applauding at every idiotic statement. Because it's not that the idiotic statement is false because I'll see leftists. Well, you mean the notions are you saying that you don't want the price of insulin to calm down? Are you saying that you don't want people to get better healthcare? No, that's not the point. The price of insulin doesn't quote calm down. You take money from somewhere or you make a mandate that imposes a cost somewhere else. Remember, double entry bookkeeping. So the question is not, is it better for the price of insulin to come down? But was this particular decision a good one?
AP News Radio
New pill treats diabetic cats without daily insulin shots
"A new bill aims to make it easier to treat diabetic cats without twice daily insulin shots. Beck's a cat is the first oral treatment for feline diabetes approved by the FDA and is expected to be available in the U.S. within the next several weeks, similar drugs have been approved for people for about a decade. The new one's daily pill can't be used in diabetic cats that have already received insulin, while many cat owners successfully treat their pets with insulin shops, others struggle, research shows the difficulties lead to one in ten pet owners euthanizing their animals because of the difficulties of treatment. I'm Julie Walker
AP News Radio
Biden is 'not buying' that Democrats may lose in midterms
"President Biden is pushing U.S. voters to support Democrats in the midterm elections warning that legacy programs like social security could be at stake President Biden listed his administration's accomplishments including penalizing drug companies for sharp spikes in prices A $2000 cap on out of pocket medical expenses and a $35 a month cap on insulin at a rally in Joliet Illinois with some protesters outside I love those signs when I came in Socialism Skip me a break What idiots Biden warned that many GOP candidates have plans to undo all of that And cut into Medicare and social security We didn't have social security The poverty rate for those over 65 would be four times what it is now But the president's comments Friday on energy are still reverberating when he said the administration plans to shut down coal and oil plants and focus instead on wind and solar energy I'm Jackie Quinn
The Officer Tatum Show
Keisha Lance Bottoms Blames Trump For Rising Crime
"And the clip. From bottoms. Keisha bottoms is a, you know, these people are like, I like to say that they're evil. I don't know if they really believe the stuff that they say. Because you just got to be an out of touch with reality adult for you to think that what these people are saying makes any sense. Let's roll a clip for. The president has been out on the road and if anyone is paying attention, they've heard him speak to the issues that are facing the American people. Also want to remind the American people that this uptick in crime was experienced in 2020. This is when the beginning and the American people know who the president was at that time, that being said, President Biden is very much aware of the issues and challenges facing our country for he's been out on the road, speaking about these issues, reminding people what this administration has done to make their lives better, including through the inflation reduction act, making sure that prescription drug costs are kept making sure that the cost of insulin is capped, student loan debt relief, and the list goes on. So are you saying that the uptick in crime is due to president Trump? I'm saying that I served as mayor in 2020, and we experience this uptick in crime to incline. And we experienced an uptick in crime. You know why you experienced an uptick in crime in your city? Because you are trashy Democrat and y'all was pushing that Black Lives Matter stuff and people are riding all around the country because of a police officer killing a black man. That's why the crime was up, had nothing to do with policy had nothing to do with anything. Y'all was pushing that stuff. Y'all were pushing defund the police. Y'all are out here acting like cops out here just killing black people just for sport.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Joe Biden Claims He Talked to the Doctor Who Invented Insulin
"Hey, media. Why don't you cover Biden claiming he talked to the guy who invented insulin? Here's cut 13 listened to Joe Biden talking about insulin and the guy who invented it who just for the record died a year before Biden was born. How many of you know somebody with diabetes? These insulin. Well, guess what? And when Debbie and I pass this law, it included everybody, not just seniors. And so what happened was we said, okay, and how much you cost to make that insulin drug for diabetes? Of course. It was invented by a man who did not patent it because he wanted it available for everyone. I spoke to him, okay? I spoke to him, okay? He says that. I spoke to the guy. I spoke to him. He died in 1942. You think you're speaking at? Do you speak to him recently? This week? This morning when? When did you talk to, when did you have your conversation with the Doctor Who invented insulin? Doctor Frederick banting died in 1941.
"first insulin" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty
"Once weekly injectable medication that was initially created for diabetes to treat help free diabetes and has subsequently been approved in certain scenarios for obesity and to treat weight loss. And why we're talking about it here is that it's basically become allegedly the device, so to speak, by which everyone famous, who has suddenly gotten skinnier, has achieved such a feat. So think about your gals that start with the letter K, think about your singers, think about your comedic actresses. Like think about anyone who has gone through a dramatic weight loss. It's sort of become also, in addition to obesity, it's also just treating people who want to lose weight. So, you know, I had to get it. And I say that flippantly, but I don't really mean to because the issue with the medication is if you don't have diabetes or you're not clinically obese, I think it's really hard to get your insurance to cover it. So it is around a $1000 a month out of pocket if you want to, if you just wanted to treat weight loss. But I guess the issue is that because so many people are now gravitating to the medication or asking their doctors for it. Doctors are prescribing it that it's created a bit of a shortage for those who actually need the medication. I was about to ask. It is. First insulin and now this. To back up for a second, the way that it works is that it is like I believe an enzyme or a hormone peptide that you inject and it basically tricks your body into being full. Like a chemical gastric sleeve. Yes. I'm not a scientist, as everyone knows, but it's basically like injecting a chemical that makes your body feel like it's full. And so then to fast forward again, I'm on it. And the reason I'm on it is this is completely honest. I, during COVID, gained probably 30 5 pounds. I think, like from beginning to end, it just all my behaviors, my sort of nutritional behaviors went out the window. I think probably a lot of people can relate to the fact that at least in the first year it was like, is the world over? Will we ever leave our houses? Who cares? Let's drink. Let's eat. So when you started anxiety baker was at like a cry for help. I mean, it was certainly a symptom of a larger problem. The Instagram account, the anxiety. Yeah, I had a very short lived and a short lived Instagram account where I was making. I was eating probably a half a sheet of cookies a day. For like, to call it 6 months. Anyway, I ended up at the end of COVID 35 pounds heavier. None of my clothes fit and I've been wearing a lot of oversized clothes as a result, not just because it's kind of fashionable now, but also really teach a masterclass because I had no idea that you had gained 30 pounds. I just hide it. My husband likes to say I tuck it away in cute places. My face is the last thing to show it. Anyway, I went to the doctor recently. And my labs were not great. They were not pre diabetic, but they were like basically pre pre diabetic. So all the bad the markers of bad health had gone up significantly, including the markers of diabetes and cholesterol, et cetera. Again, not pre diabetic, pre pre, but enough so that my doctor said we need to figure out how to kind of get you back on track. And I had tried for several months to just modify my behavior, but after two and a half or three years of in a routine, it's really, really, really tough to force yourself to modify the behavior. And so I started ozempic about four weeks ago and here's what it actually does. It makes you feel nauseous all the time. So the second day I was on it, I was like, okay, maybe the nausea is subsiding a little bit. Maybe I can sort of start to introduce at least like liquids back into my diet. It was like for the first day I couldn't really eat anything. It also slows your digestion in general. So you actually are fuller longer because it's just slowing how fast your body processes the food. So I make myself a blueberry protein smoothie. And I drink it. 5 seconds later, I have to project, I have to vomit so badly. I run into my bedroom, which we had just carpeted with a white carpet. And it was almost like a cartoon. I was trying to hold in the vomit, but it was like, it was like leaking through my hands. And I couldn't control myself. Blueberry smoothie all over the white carpet. As I'm like running to the bathroom that I have to access through my bedroom, all of which is to say, I dialed it, but I didn't try to poke the beast for a few days. The nausea has subsided, but the baseline is that you're just not that hungry. And I think, I mean, I'm not trying to stop eating. I'm trying to at least get a little bit of distance from those bad behaviors to kind of create new behaviors. Okay. And I was talking to my mom. Or is it portion size? Great question. So the first week, what I did learn, what was your problem? Oh, well, what I learned is I would be going to the kitchen and I wasn't hungry, but I was so the behavior was like, oh, I'd go to the kitchen. Okay. And it's like clearly I was just snacking and eating shitty food when I wasn't even hungry. Because I'm like, wait, I'm not even hungry. Why am I sitting in the kitchen? And it was like, that was just the behavior. I think two just like eating higher fat foods, like ice creams and things like that that I wouldn't have had so much before, but when you think the world is ending, you're like, why does it matter anyway? And it feels good. So I've kind of noticed those behaviors and I talked to a nutritionist before I did this and she thought it was a good idea for like a three to 6 month period just to kind of reset. But you've already lost so I've lost like 15 pounds. You're gonna be on it for three to 6 months? Yeah, but like I'm not trying to lose weight that quick. The goal is not to strip down weight really quickly, because that also can be really, really bad for you. So I'm now just trying to get back into healthier habits, which this just makes it it's like a tool to that makes it easier. I know I've been down the TikTok ozempic rabbit hole. There's a TikTok. Oh my God. It's like, well, there's three different drugs. We go V and it was epic and now probably just like the algorithm hearing me say this is going to now serve you this content too. But a lot of people can't even eat anything, which obviously is a really bad idea. You can lose a ton of muscle and obviously wait really quickly, which is not good for your skin laxity and all that stuff. So I just wanted to share my experience because I was waiting to talk to someone. But the fact that you didn't even know what ozempic is blows my mind. It's like what all the, it's what all the girls are on it. You mentioned some famous girls that are on it. And a lot of people that I know personally who
Dishing Up Nutrition
"first insulin" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition
"You had whole milk, plain yogurt with berries and some nuts. Your body can recover from eating cereal and milk and juice a couple of times. So it's those day in and day out high carbohydrate habits that over time, over weeks, months and years lead to first insulin resistance and pre diabetes and sometimes type two. Right, so over time if those cells are just being bombarded with high sugar at every meal, day in and day out, high carb meals, snacks, we're drinking those liquid sugars. Not only is the body storing more and more fat, but this is where insulin starts to work less and less well. So we still might be making that insulin, but now it's just not able to function the way that it should. Picture all that XX sugar, just circulating in your blood and what happens is it eventually kind of forms this hard crust or a coating over ourselves. That's what we mean when we talk about insulin resistance. So now insulin can not get that proper signaling to the cells. And this is now those blood sugars start to become consistently high. This is where we think of insulin resistance pre diabetes. And that's why that fasting blood sugar nugget number often starts to go up just from all that excess sugar floating around in the blood. We gave the example of a salad and an apple and how that amount of carbohydrates, 25 to 30 grams with a meal. That's normal and healthy, insulin is able to do its job. Versus the daily serial milk and juice habit that over time prevents insulin for me being able to do its job. So let's talk about how other types of foods affect blood sugars and insulin. Because I bet people would like to know that. Yeah, great point. So out of our three macronutrients, we've got proteins, carbohydrates, fats.
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
We Need More Alpha Liberals to Tell the True Story
"We keep talking about our term on the show is alpha liberals. We need more alpha liberals that know how to fight, know how to punch and counter punch and tell our story, the Republican Party. The mainstream media will tell you, oh, look what happened with this veterans Bill. It's just, oh, politics doesn't work. No, Republicans blocked funding for veterans with cancer, Republicans delicate. So I think it's just in terms of telling the story. I mean, Democrats want to cap your insulin at $35. Republicans don't. Democrats want to stop price gouging at the pump. Republicans voted against it. I mean, you know what I'm saying? To me, there's never been a clearer contrast. I don't think you did that specifically in your poll, but Democrats are still ahead generically. As to who people want to vote for
Stansberry Investor Hour
"first insulin" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"So I just walked past the line of like 500,000 prescriptions. And I'm like, what company is that? Right? And it's novo Nordisk. They were in line to see what novo Nordisk was going to present and novo Nordisk at the time was like an $80 billion company. Guess what? It's a $160 billion company. It didn't have much risk because it's the number one insulin seller in the world. And there's some debate about how much insulin prices are, but they keep making a better insulin so that you don't have to take it after every meal, but it can stay in your system for a week or whatever, right? So it's a better product than actual normal human insulin for people who have wiped out insulin in their bodies with type one diabetes. So they have a stable business. There's some political politicalization about that, but we knew that, man, having walked past 500,000 prescriptions per year worth of product with that much demand that this company was going to make money and it has. So although we're only up about a 100% in novo Nordisk, we had no risk going in. So novo Nordisk is a global company. It's based in Denmark. And it's big..
AP News Radio
Live updates | Ukraine leader says medical services in occupied areas 'catastrophic'.
"You you you you kinds kinds kinds kinds president president president president has has has has lamented lamented lamented lamented the the the the lack lack lack lack of of of of medical medical medical medical services services services services in in in in occupied occupied occupied occupied areas areas areas areas of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine in in in in just just just just a a a a small small small small town town town town the the the the situation situation situation situation with with with with access access access access to to to to medical medical medical medical services services services services and and and and medicines medicines medicines medicines is is is is just just just just catastrophic catastrophic catastrophic catastrophic even even even even the the the the simplest simplest simplest simplest medications medications medications medications are are are are missing missing missing missing president president president president Clinton Clinton Clinton Clinton is is is is in in in in that that that that scheme scheme scheme scheme made made made made the the the the comments comments comments comments in in in in a a a a speech speech speech speech delivered delivered delivered delivered at at at at the the the the parade parade parade parade of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine charity charity charity charity events events events events in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. K. K. K. K. so so so so does does does does he he he he went went went went on on on on to to to to say say say say almost almost almost almost no no no no treatments treatments treatments treatments was was was was available available available available for for for for those those those those suffering suffering suffering suffering from from from from cancer cancer cancer cancer and and and and insulin insulin insulin insulin for for for for diabetics diabetics diabetics diabetics was was was was difficult difficult difficult difficult to to to to find find find find one one one one non non non non existence existence existence existence he he he he also also also also said said said said there there there there were were were were no no no no antibiotics antibiotics antibiotics antibiotics available available available available the the the the cranium cranium cranium cranium president president president president said said said said during during during during the the the the course course course course of of of of the the the the war war war war the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian ministry ministry ministry ministry had had had had five five five five more more more more than than than than two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand missiles missiles missiles missiles into into into into Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine he he he he said said said said the the the the destroyed destroyed destroyed destroyed or or or or damaged damaged damaged damaged infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure includes includes includes includes ninety ninety ninety ninety four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred hospitals hospitals hospitals hospitals and and and and other other other other medical medical medical medical facilities facilities facilities facilities I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas
AP News Radio
House passes $35-a-month insulin cap as Dems seek wider bill
"The the house house has has passed passed a a bill bill that that would would cap cap the the monthly monthly cost cost of of insulin insulin at at thirty thirty five five dollars dollars for for patients patients with with insurance insurance health health experts experts say say the the legislation legislation to to contain contain insulin insulin costs costs would would offer offer significant significant relief relief to to those those with with private private insurance insurance and and Medicare Medicare recipients recipients potentially potentially hundreds hundreds of of dollars dollars a a month month if if the the price price of of insulin insulin was was only only thirty thirty five five dollars dollars but but the the bill bill does does nothing nothing to to help help the the uninsured uninsured even even though though the the measures measures passed passed in in the the democratic democratic controlled controlled house house its its future future in in the the Senate Senate is is uncertain uncertain critics critics say say the the bill bill would would raise raise premiums premiums and and it it feels feels to to target target pharmaceutical pharmaceutical middlemen middlemen considered considered a a factor factor in in high high pricing pricing Iowa Iowa Republican Republican senator senator Chuck Chuck Grassley Grassley says says Democrats Democrats are are just just reaching reaching for for a a campaign campaign issue issue saying saying the the GOP GOP would would agree agree to to changes changes in in prescription prescription costs costs if if the the other other side side dropped dropped its its bid bid to to allow allow Medicare Medicare to to negotiate negotiate drug drug prices prices hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
The Larry Elder Show
AOC Takes to Instagram for Whispering Rant About Capitalism
"Well, listen to what she says. Most people don't really know what capitalism is. Most people don't even know what socialism is, but most people are not capitalists. Because they don't have capitalist money. They're not billionaires. Times the label doesn't matter as much as just talking about policies. That's easier to understand. Do you think people should die because they can't afford insulin? Do you think their fossil fuel CEO should decide whether the planet gets set on fire? Maybe. Stupidity on stilts. So capitalism only exists if you are a billionaire, most people don't have capitalist money because they're not billionaires. Honestly, anybody that
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Dr. Sam Pappas Explains His Integrative Holistic Approach With People
"Different kind of medicine. And the first time I met you, we sat down, we spoke for hours, about all kinds of things, but it was a holistic approach that didn't say, okay, what's the one thing you're suffering from now oh here's a pill go off and see if it works. Can you explain what form of mets in that is? And why you think it's what we all should be practicing? Well, I like to say I kind of take the best of traditional academic allopathic medicine with health and wellness and an interest in the why. Allopathic means what? It means a traditional medicine where you're looking at diseases and asylum. You have a heart problem. You're attacking a problem one by one. Yeah, exactly. Kind of like a disease. But then also looking at this terminology called integrative, wellness, holistic, we're kind of asks, you know, what's the why of the problem? And I try to bring in my unique interest in biographies and people and I believe that each person is worthy of a personalized unique relationship. I think the doctor patient relationship is therapeutic in and of itself. Which is why I want to know how many books you've read on Odysseus as you told me. And of course in history and your goals and your interests. And also, your lifestyle, because you could have a proclivity to diabetes, or you could have issues with insulin and maybe it's a function of how much sleep you get. Which aren't usually questions. I think this medicine and your suppress that phenomena, but what if it's a lifestyle issue? So you actually, in a nice way, you interrogate your patients to see, okay, what are the many factors that could impinge upon this one thing we're seeing in, for example, you do extensive
The Larry Elder Show
Biden Forgets Who Was President When He Was Vice President
"Joe Biden apparently forgot that he worked in the Obama administration, he couldn't think of Obama's name. Look, we can cap the cost of insulin to $35 a month. Drug companies will still make money. Let me digress for a moment. I started to cancer moonshot, which I worked very hard on the administration, the administration I served at last. How quickly they forget? Answer moonshot, which I worked very hard on the administration, the administration I served at last. And I held conferences all over the country with literally thousands of people.
AP News Radio
Biden touts savings on insulin and other drugs for Americans
"President president Biden Biden still still pushing pushing Congress Congress to to pass pass his his social social spending spending legislation legislation says says it it offers offers tangible tangible savings savings on on the the cost cost of of prescription prescription drugs drugs president president Biden Biden says says his his bill bill would would cap cap out out of of pocket pocket prescription prescription costs costs for for those those on on Medicare Medicare at at two two thousand thousand dollars dollars a a year year and and allow allow Medicare Medicare to to negotiate negotiate prices prices lower lower which which is is currently currently disallowed disallowed we we pay pay the the highest highest highest highest projection projection drug drug prices prices of of any any developed developed nation nation in in the the world world and and he he made made it it personal personal having having a a young young woman woman who who had had to to ration ration insulin insulin speak speak about about high high drug drug prices prices and and winding winding up up in in a a coma coma sure sure it it is is not not from from the the same same vile vile in in America America shame shame on on us us as as a a nation nation but but Democrats Democrats still still haven't haven't been been able able to to pass pass is is two two trillion trillion dollar dollar spending spending bill bill and and even even if if they they do do the the effects effects of of the the price price lowering lowering steps steps would would not not be be felt felt right right away away subtracting subtracting from from the the political political value value heading heading into into the the mid mid terms terms hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Philosophical Fallacy in Bodily Autonomy
"Because if you're only pro choice up until the point when the baby can survive outside the womb, then medical advancements every few decades enable us to make the child viable at earlier and earlier stages. So are you saying that one's in trident intrinsic dignity and natural right to life is dependent on the external advancements of scientists and the ideas that they come up with to make children viable at earlier and earlier stages. That's a very strange political vision of natural rights. But of course, that doesn't make any sense because our babies fully viable. No, if you leave an infant in a crib they die. You know, and what if mom tells the judge in a court of law, Charlie? Well, you know, judge my lesbian dance theory professor at UC Berkeley. She told me I have bodily autonomy. She told me I have bodily autonomy my body, my choice. My breasts are part of my body. So I didn't nurse my infant because I have bodily autonomy. What judge would accept that form of argumentative? Baby yes, the fen for itself. Very few. 6 week old. Once boring is the fend for itself. That's right. Yeah. So obviously the viability one doesn't work. And if you really want to go that route, that you only have rights if you're not dependent on someone or something else. Everyone dependent on insulin heart pacemakers kidney machines life support caretakers would all be non personing and can be killed in people. And you know, it's funny Charlie with the left says that right. Mother earth. Mother, what did they say? We're all dependent on this mother earth goddess without which we can not continue to live. Oh, you mean like the baby can't continue to live apart from their dependency on their mother? So I guess all of us are not persons because we're dependent on the earth ridiculous. So viability doesn't work. Well, they're not developed enough so they don't have desires. Then this is a more fine tuning philosophical argument with Charlie. But you don't have to find will then you're not exactly or that you don't have a claim to act unless you have a desire for X and can understand that you've been denied X and so unless you're aware of your right to something and can articulate it or have a desire for it. I guess you don't meet that list. This is enlightenment thinking gone wrong. Oh, totally. Yeah, this goes right back to the enlightenment period. Yeah. And right back to misses Machiavelli, the beginnings of what became post modernism relatives. It all started with Machiavelli. That's exactly
AP News Radio
Biden's political standing fuels Democratic worry about 2024
"The Senate Majority Leader wants to get president Biden social agenda spending bill done by Christmas and sees the go she Asians within the party ahead senator Chuck Schumer says he knows his own Democratic Party is diverse runs from Bernie Sanders to Joe mansion but I tell our party as leader of the party back in unity is our strength if any one person insists that unless they get a certain provision that someone else can't be with the bill fails he says so far on all major bills Democrats have stayed unified even without Republican votes I think that we're in we're in very good shape to get fifty votes Schumer also wants to make sure provision to cap insulin at thirty five dollars a month remains in the bill his comments come days after the house passed the one point nine trillion dollar plan I'm Julie Walker
The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"first insulin" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"Helen i don't know what person or studies told you that. Eating fatty fish would decrease breast cancer. Risk maybe relative to choose zing beefsteak instead of the fish or something like relatives eating. Beef you might. But here's the thing. Saturated fat is never good fish. As a protein source. Animal protein source automatically without doesn't matter it had like the whole ocean to itself was like happy swimming official. It was caught. It literally will create the response of elevating estrogen of elevating. Igf one insulin. Like growth factor. Which is the big growth promoter for all cancers in our bodies it will increase inflammation. It'll increase angiogenesis the blood flow that cancers require it will impair the immune system. I mean literally. There is no no reason to be consuming. The fish it thinking that it's protected. It's not going to be protect not to mention that it didn't have the ocean to itself and instead it is filled with with oxen's and micro-plastics and pcb's and all of that getting into you as well and those are all carcinogens Yet healthy omega three yet you can get them from plant sources for sure. The highest concentration of healthy omega three fatty acids on planet earth is in flax seeds. So when did you tablespoons of ground flax seeds the day and that should be all the mega three. Let's see if we can get some help from somebody who unfortunately is currently battling breast cancer and going through treatment. Let's take a question here. From rebecca she wants to know will a healthier diet improve the effectiveness of the treatment. I'm currently receiving. Rebecca absolutely absolutely will if you eat predominantly plant based if not entirely plant based during your treatments. You will find that you The side effects are dramatically minimized. Another really powerful suggestion is if part of your treatment right now is involving. Chemotherapy is to undergo your chemotherapy in a fasted. State studies vary In terms of what day you could be as short as two days like In your second forty eight hours of fasting you can drink teas black coffee water broth on vegetable broth in. That could be a fast. There's also Data that has been published from the same company that makes pro lawn. They have a a kit food that you eat. That puts you into a vegan kito so from a cellular perspective. You're fasting when you're fasting. There's no insulin running around. In fact the opposite hormone glucose gone is like. Hey sh-she there's no food here. Everybody calm down. Get get ready to hunt down that rabbit when it runs via like hearkening back to our hunter gatherer days Your body is supposed to conserve energy when there's fuel onboard but guess he's not listening cancer because it's by definition escaped the natural checking control systems of the body. So it's doing its own things. Like running around and chemo is always looking for things. That are moving fast so important. In fact. when. You do your chemo. In a fasted state you will have a higher tumor. Kill volume because of chemo. There you're moving. Let's zap you and you will have less collateral damage because your normal cells are quieter in the chemo sales past them. More readily so the company l. Neutra did a study on exactly that many studies actually with this particular one that was published isn't breast. Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy during a four day fast. They're they call it. Zendeh-jan is the name of the thing is not commercially available but what is commercially. Available is pro lawn which is basically the exact same thing so you on a five day bucks. But you could just do. Four days into your chemo on day. Four or you do the to broth in warranty fast. I was mentioning and you will find that you have fewer side effects and a better result in terms of cancer kill volume. Let's talk about we. Rebecca's going through treatment. Let's talk a little bit more about prevention. Here take a question from dorothy. She's wondering are mammograms safe. And what are the other options out there Doors e mammograms. Are they safe. Well no i mean if you want a one word answer but you have to look at risk versus benefit so it turns out if you take ten thousand women and give them a mammogram. Every single year from ages forty to seventy four. You will cause radiation induced breast cancer in h. Point six of them but you will find eight hundred sixty breast cancers so in other words mammograms find one hundred times cancer number that they cause so. You're not wrong. Mammograms do have detrimental effects in addition to like the squashing discomfort But in the risk benefit ratio of it all you might find that. It's worth the risk to get the screening. There are not alternatives that have that produced the exact same detection rates as mammography without any side effects so in other words. Mri is a little superior mammograms. But it's forty five minutes into cleaning machine with an iv put in new that has gadolinium die. Shot into you. So that's not necessarily a good trade out. people loved. Ask me but ultrasound as a trade out because that is zero side effects. It's a sound wave that has no effect whatsoever but ultrasound is completely beholden upon the person doing the ultrasound. The tax so is very tech dependent But it it it will. It will almost always miss. Dis stucco carcinoma. Inside too which is a stage zero totally curable. No chemo needed breast cancer. That is really almost exclusively except for palpable. Dc which is infrequent Found by mammogram. So by not getting mammogram. You'll miss the opportunity to be diagnosed with our earliest stage. Most curable breast cancer It the discussion. Go on and on. But then you might be avoiding the called over diagnosis and over treatment whereby we find cancers that really were never gonna cause a life threatening move in your entire lifetime so knowing that you're not gonna live til two hundred fifty years old when this cancer would take you down. It'd be better not to have known about it at all right so ultimately i do think that the most lives are saved with current technology. Being what it is by getting annual mammography beginning age forty there is no question about it doctor funk that we are living in a stressful time i mean life could be stressful even before the pandemic it and then you throw everything that we've been going through for the past year and a half. It seems like even longer than that he throw all of that on top of it and sometimes it's just like unbearable so melissa is wondering can stress caused breast cancer. melissa stress stress has been reported by the american psychological does asian to keep forty percent of.
Ask The Health Expert
What Strategies Can Help Boost or Potentiate Fasting Results?
"If you've been doing intermittent fasting for awhile. I think at the bare bones. Basics you wanna make sure that you've got asleep. The stress management that nutrition piece style then and then on top of that. I always encourage women to switch up their fasting regimen. So if you've been doing a sixteenth eight sixteen hours facet with an eight hour feeding window for years and years and years. Guess what your body gets acclimated. That's why it's important for us to not eat the same foods everyday to not exercise the same way every day. That's why it's critically important to change your fasting patterns Day to day week to week monkey month and so the first thing that you can do is integrate doing twenty four massive already in gotten through adaptation. You know your your body is fueled on fats as a fuel source As opposed to carbohydrates. You feel good I would incorporate at one twenty four hour fast a week and it's not nearly as hard as people anticipate it will be or if you've been doing six zero fast go to twenty hours faster doing an eighteen hour faust go to a twenty two hour vast That's number one. See one of vary fasting windows and feeding windows number two. I always think about the fact that there are ways to integrate herbs and supplements into your diet that can help boost the benefits of a tafkaji. Which is one of those key benefits where were scavenged disease disordered cells and I i think it can be hugely beneficial to consider supplements like bergreen and it doesn't have to be on a daily basis. Maybe you cut a big dinner. You've you've overindulged Burbank can help with insulin sensitivity. We know that it can when taken on during fasting episode again help boost some key nutrients in our body that require some support whilst ousting in other surgeons and mt k. and things like that I also think about just the ability to consume polyphenol rich of foods so green tea. Black tea coffee. We know they boost fat. Oxidation and oxidation means boosting using fat as a fuel source as well as the polyphenyls are really helpful helpful. Megan also potentially the benefits of being a tafkaji. When you're
"first insulin" Discussed on Diabetes Deconstructed
"Welcome to diabetes deconstructive, a podcast for people interested in learning more about diabetes. I'm your host, doctor Rita Kayani at Johns Hopkins University school of medicine. We developed this podcast as a companion to our patient guide to diabetes website. If you want a trusted and easy to understand resource for diabetes, or to listen to previous podcasts, please visit Hopkins diabetes info dot org. That's all one word. On today's podcast, we are excited to look at the basics of diabetes with doctor sadi sarkar, an assistant Professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins, and the director of the inpatient diabetes management surface at Hopkins as well. Doctor sarkar received her MD from the Yale school of medicine and completed her internship at residency in internal medicine at the Yale New Haven hospital and fellowship in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism at Vanderbilt university medical center. She received her masters of science in clinical investigation, also from Vanderbilt. Doctor sarker has led outpatient and inpatient diabetes services at both the Johns Hopkins hospital and Johns Hopkins baby medical center, and now serves us the director of the inpatient diabetes management service at both locations. Welcome, doctor sarkar. Thanks doctor Kelly for having me on this podcast. Doctor sarkar, just wanted to ask you a few basic questions about diabetes. Here are some of the types of questions we often get. Could you tell us what exactly is diabetes? To put it very concisely or simply diabetes is really when person's body can not either make insulin or not make enough insulin. And there's more to that, that's kind of the main issue that I think of when I think of what diabetes is. And there are different types of diabetes, type one and type two. Can you tell us a little bit about what makes those types of diabetes different? People with type one diabetes generally can not make insulin. So in type one diabetes is considered what we call an autoimmune disease where the immune system actually targets the pancreas and that's why a person with type one diabetes may not be able to make insulin type two diabetes patients with type two diabetes tend to have a difficult time making enough insulin for their body and in addition, those patients may not be as sensitive or respond as well to insulin. We hear a lot about insulin when we talk about diabetes. Can you talk a little bit more about why insulin is such an important hormone in the body? Without insulin glucose, which is a type of fuel that our body needs can't enter cells, so cells can't get the fuel that they need to make energy. So insulin is really important to get glucose into cells. Are there any other hormones in the body that lower blood glucose or is insulin the only one? There are other hormones that work to increase insulin made by the body. And those can be made by the body in response to food. Yeah, it's so interesting, isn't it that there's multiple hormones that can raise blood glucose or sugar in the body, but really only one insulin that can lower our blood sugar levels and the reason why it's so important to me imaging people with diabetes. Why is it that some people get diabetes and other people don't? They're probably a lot of factors that contribute to why someone might have diabetes and in another person might not. So those can include things like family history, having family members with diabetes, other things can be the environment and that can include just level of activity, food, and then other things can be age. So there are factors that can be outside of the control of a person who has diabetes. So what are the factors that people can control? When we talk about preventing diabetes, what are the factors that someone could work on to produce their risk? There are things that people can do to help reduce their risk of type two diabetes. That includes diet and exercise, so those are kind of the pillars of diabetes prevention. Healthy diet and also regular exercise. You know, it's often one of the questions we get from patients with diabetes is, is there a diabetes diet or what really can I eat in one of the biggest struggles that often patients share that they deal with in their day to today lives? What do you tell your patients in terms of what a healthy lifestyle means? Something that depends on the individual person. I mean, for some people, exercise could be limited because of other factors like joint pain or just pain that prevents them from maybe walking or running. But as tolerated, I tell patients to try to walk or do another type of exercise if they don't do any exercise maybe just starting off at one or two times a week and then kind of building up this air able to exercise. For diet, the American diabetes association doesn't recommend a specific diabetes diet. I generally tell patients kind of a balanced diet. So keeping an eye special on carbohydrates because carbohydrates can raise blood glucose. And so in our clinic, we generally say carbohydrates are not the enemy, but just being mindful of how carbohydrates can affect blood glucose is important for people with diabetes. Weight loss is often something that people talk about as well, having to lose weight. Why is that so important? What is the link between diabetes and obesity? Yeah, it's an excellent question. So obesity is associated with diabetes and generally weight loss helps the body respond better to insulin. Definitely seeing people with diabetes losing weight can help them respond better to medications in just correspond to insulin better. Now, we talked a lot about type two diabetes. I wonder if we could briefly talk about type one diabetes. First of all, can you tell us how common diabetes is in the United States and perhaps around the world with some more common type and how many people are we seeing in the United States with diabetes? So the prevalence most recently is about 11%. So in the United States, a little over 30 million Americans with diabetes including type one type two take two is more common and it's been increasing in prevalence. Not only in the United States for worldwide for many years. And that includes people with diagnosed diabetes in the United States so that around 30 million or a little bit more than 30 million people with diagnosed diabetes, but also includes people who don't know that they have diabetes. In type two.
All In with Chris Hayes
"first insulin" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"A mobile. Do talk with twenty men. I'm going to speak to the school board. And i'm going to give them an option that can leave or they can be removed with. Ben get is a professor of history new york university author of strong men from mousseline to the president and she joins me now. I thought i thought of you. Ruth when i saw that clip because i thought a fairly distinct articulation of if not fascism in authoritarian violent world. You is you. Don't go in there with data you go in there with twenty strongmen and you essentially threaten them to leave like that's kind of a nutshell right in liberal democracies we argue about stuff you try to persuade people and in other places you go in with quote twenty strong that's right and these people see themselves as warriors and there. It's the trump in bannon planned to take back the country and they're doing it. No board by board town by town and schools are going to be are always of interest to authoritarians because they're forming the minds of the next generation but asked for their methods yet. Democracy is about compromise and and consensus politics but these people have learned also from trump. That if somebody doesn't agree with you knew threaten them into silence where you lock them up where you beat them up and it just shows how much democracy has in civil society has rotated in this country after four years of trump. Really both unnerved disgusted by how comfortable people seem making explicit threats in public. Just this is. I want to show that i refer to this before i want to show what these public health workers in. Tennessee got out of a meeting and gotten their cars. This is what they face take less. We know who you are you do you. Hey i mean again. That's that is that is achieving political objectives through other means essentially means other than speech and debate honestly but to try to intimidate people's that they essentially submit well and the key is that they feel empowered and business. What's doubly frightening that they they don't care because they feel protected by their peers and by the law and this is why accountability is so important and not only we have so many examples of trump's saying things like you know. Oh in the old days you could be able to get away with it because authoritarianism is all about getting away with it and actually altering the loss. So violence is protected authoritarianism when thugs and criminals become the lawmakers. This is this is a terrifying trend. But it's the result of a lack of accountability and we talk about january six and and the lack of prosecutions. And this is what you get you can see these images right. You can see the kind of like red-faced almost bloodlust. That is in the in the sort of instrument of these folks. And i've seen tons of footage like this and that that individual mr lynch and then you've got you've got this sort of the crowd like kind of asking for it and then leaders essentially encouraging or sort of wink. Wink nudge on flirting with it. Here's madison cawthorn. Who's a republican member of congress facing crowd saying some really really disturbing stuff and you know kind of going along and take a listen vague proud means. You don't actually know all prisoners and sylvan vaccine deal and in trying bus and let me tell you the reason why they're taking we're trying to make an example to say because they don't wanna see the mass protests going on wants immoral sisters continue to be raised to you stole. Its leads one. Insulin and i will tell you what designed willing to our liberty loss dumping arms. Okay.
"first insulin" Discussed on Switch4Good
"Co host. And i'm here with alexandra. Hey just waving woman. If you words this moment so alexandra we get written all the time. People asking for kind of quick facts. Quick quick tips that they could share with people about what's wrong with animal foods. you know. it's super easy. I find it very easy to get in the weeds right in and just kind of you know. Somebody says what's wrong with this. let's call. let's say dairy right. What's what's wrong with syria. I mean we've been doing it forever. And it's it's you know it's a wonderful growth fluid and how a little kids grow big and strong and has lots of protein carbohydrates. Fats everything you need. And then you look at the person glassy eyed and you know sometimes you just start crying and that sounded really that effective. But it's very easy to just kind of stumble on your words and get confused Especially those of us many of our listeners. Who still so passionate about this subject. I get the more passionate about something. The morbid clint. I can get sometimes in front of an audience or even just in front of one person his like give it to me straight i run. I want the facts. So i thought we would do as series which i think will turn into a four part series over the next month's At the beginning of each one of our podcast that really gives people the quick facts on what's wrong with dairy from a health perspective from a performance perspective because that's definitely a new arena that that people don't know too much of the science behind From an environmental perspective and from food justice perspective. Because that's another one that's us well. It's not new word but it's newer in the public consciousness and discussing it and thinking about what that really needs and how how dairy hurts People of color and how communities are affected by dareen so. I think i'm going to start with helps that's one that's certainly is. It can be impactful because you're talking to humans and humans care about their health right. They care about you know living a long time and healing great and having energy to For further for their family and for their life. So i'm gonna go down kind of like a fact list and i've been keep it short and sweet right just like you like it right. Stack like him out right. I don't want to hear you go on and on about it. So if in fact people were wanted to take some some quick notes you're just gonna have What the what. The problem is a sentence or two explanation. And i'm gonna. I'm gonna move on. So i had the i can really probably do this in like one or two minutes so rx so somebody comes up to you and says what's wrong. With dairy aright from a health perspective you can say the milk proteins dairy or casing and way most people have heard of way ranches. There's a lot of protein powders made from way. They are allergens in many many many people. And i don't know if you saw the recent news that came out so gosh probably about a month ago That milk has now topped nuts. As the most prominent and common allergy so there are a lot of allergens in milk proteins that are connected to appear breathing. Asthma respiratory symptoms runny nose. Gi distress stomach cramps bloating. Gas we've had multiple gi. Docs on the podcast. Talking about that Second lactose lactose is a problem. If you can't digest it which sixty five percent of the world's population cannot known as lactose intolerance and that also wreck havoc on your on your gi tract Distress discomfort bloating diarrhea constipation lists goes on next. Dig lactose one of the sugars dairy in studies. It's been implicated in alzheimer's and also in bone loss what we thought that no really bread strong bones and made strong roads. Well the british medical journal a study. That was done Not too long ago. Showed that those who drank three or more glasses of milk per day and could certainly be also in the form of of of yogurt cheese or whatever the the milk is in right that makes those products Three plus classes note per day had a sixty percent higher rate of fracture and double the risk of death next one insulin. Like growth factor and it still be stimulation is implicated in many many types of cancers bovine estrogens are founded milk yummy. They are also implicated in cancer but specifically in the hormone dependent cancers like prostate breast and ovarian. And then you just have all sorts of yummy things in bulk like pesticides. Herbicides boat leukemia virus in pus cells. Which i don't know that's just obviously not good doubt the okay so let me. Let me see if i can did you. Did you finish november. For now right we can talk about lax antioxidants ads saturated fats. Y'all less drawn all sorts other decky things but those those are the ones that are better strongest in in my opinion very specific dairy. It sounds okay. So let me just recap so way encasing. We don't digest those well. They're bad for us humans are lactose intolerant which causes a lot of Physical problems and distress thirdly What was the third one your your favorites but not in this form. A sugar founded jerry known. Oh yes allah galactosyl billy. Bad diga lactose galactosyl. Galasso that for you folks. Really bad because It cannot it's bad for bones and bovine hormones tons of hormuz in in in In cows because when they give you that milk they're pregnant or the eighty plus sex hormones in in cows and then all the pesticides that are in chemicals that are given to cows because they are what wiser pesticides they're eating stuff that's absolutely what they're eating. Yes the Which is mostly away in corn and then suggested to to increase the crop yield. There's pesticide dinner besides on those. So it's you know the get rid of the weeds in all the things that take those crops out in the bugs that take those crops outright so you want beggar bitter yield more crop you're gonna use those And bovine leukemia. Virus is in so much milk. And i don't know about you. But i'm feeling like we don't need any more viruses in our systems floating around. Yeah they've actually done studies to z. There's a link between bovine leukemia. Virus your Breast cancer in women and they have found leaks. So i'm surprised. More women aren't horrified by that but anyway thanks darcy and yes that's round one out of four maybe more of Quick tips on how to help people understand why it's good to stay off dairy We our guest today actually is really perfect guest. follow you. Because he's talked a lot about the emotional reasons why people stick to eating these animal foods and so stay tuned folks. Yeah let's dive in love it. Today's guest actually came to us and we are so glad he did. David blatt is the author of the new book. Vegan imperative why we must give up meat and.
Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"first insulin" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
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Another Mother Runner
"first insulin" Discussed on Another Mother Runner
"We're pleased to partner again with corrects the number one insulin. The run specialty retail market which means running stores. It's the top selling brand souls. It's no wonder curious. Insoles are highly customizable and provide dynamic arch support for fifteen percent off visit curious dot. Us and use code am are fifteen. Welcome to amer trains. The podcast about training and racing endurance. Sports i'm deputy mcdowell co-founder of another mother. Runner are joke around these parts. That hill is a four letter word and it is but the reality is hitting the hill not only boost your strength and speed it also adds variety to the terrain and keeps things mentally interesting joining us today today. Sex climbing hills into chat about a variety of other topics is holly brooks who basically eats hills for breakfast not only as holly a two time olympian and nordic skiing. She's also a two time winner of the mount marathon race in seaward alaska that has a vertical gain of about twenty six hundred feet in less than a mile so the average speed on that race is about two miles per hour uphill holly of triplet herself. A mother of three year old twins. She lives in anchorage where she's also a licensed professional counselor who specializes in perinatal mood anxiety disorders. Oh my gosh holly welcome thank you. I'm just reading..
Blogging the Boys
"first insulin" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"For me. It's kinda hard to pick five. Because i think there's two that really stick out but when i mention if you watched the way his command as as a route runner right and the whole dynamic when i He's they traded for for. Mari need to solve. It's just really uncanny ability to run routes and. I think that that's people don't understand what. How would it get that. It's and what a luxury that is to build a have a receiver of his magnitude of his nature and he's not the biggest food but man i tell you what when he gets out on. Space is uncomfortable. I mean you cannot. You cannot put one guy on him Sir guys camp. But that's what. I noticed right away when when it came to to dallas. Is this factors. Such a terrific and amazing route. Robber totally agree. And he's got this unbelievable body control which is how he catches like this. He's he's an elite wide receiver in a very different way than dez was as was this. Like monstrous you know. Physical and so like short runner. And that's why. I like these types of catches like william set a couple of toe tappers. Obviously in his day with the cowboys. But this was like this because this is still early. This was still you know. Twenty nineteen you now. At this point we've had now over two seasons of amari as a cowboy. I mean so we were still kind of like you know figuring out that this guy was for real. Which kind of leads me to my next play so this was just you know accenting. The skill set that he really had It's a small player realized that but it's my list and nobody can take it away from me. You mentioned you have to kind of stuck out to you. What's the first one. Well the first one insulin. They brought him was of the monday night. Football game tennessee. Man i think i think whenever they traded form like man. This is a great. You know this is going to be a great opportunity. Everything was just curious about what this trade would would intel may. Yeah i think in in they gave up. I gave up a number one pick.
Another Mother Runner
"first insulin" Discussed on Another Mother Runner
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WCBM 680 AM
"first insulin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The finalists, the dairy operations they it comes packaged with the antibiotics that Monsanto also manufactures to treat the mast ideas that will it have the curves. So it's basically an animal's sick. It's producing more milk, but we don't need more milk and it Z. There's a great deal of implicate of Inference that milk contains high levels of idea of one insulin growth factor. One which is correlated Tolo, early puberty and girls. And correlated the cancer growth in adults. It's we're seeing some very painful situations where young girls start to menstruate. Earlier and earlier ages due to these hormone disrupting chemicals in our environment and rickon disruptors. And idea of one and bovine growth hormone is highly implicated in this well and when people sit and listen to this, they might think. Well, I don't eat beef, but they they do. Eat ice cream. No, I don't drink milk, but they do eat butter on it. And so all of these byproducts that come from the animal industry of the industry of using animals. Has everything that's gone into the animal's own body. And people forget that just because they may not be immediate, and some people listening awhile, gave meet up so I don't have to worry about it. But we do have to worry about this for everybody. We do and and, um, you know, For example. Factory farms and feed lots routinely use antibiotics. I don't mean as medicines to cure or heal a sick animal. There uses growth promoting their mixed into every meal. The animal eats right. It's life. And this enables these animals to survive for a few months under these grotesque conditions. In which diseases from proliferating spread rapidly if they occur. So they give them antibiotics. 80% of the antibiotics used in the United States are used his growth promoters in factory farms. They're not used his medicines for people. Or even for animals. And the result of that is if you work Intending to develop a system or produce a system that would it give us antibiotic resistant bacteria. You couldn't design something more effective than what we've done. And we're losing the efficacy of our antibiotics because we're over using them in in livestock production. For no good purpose accepted Enable factory farms to do what they do, which is so cruel to the creature's need to ban that use of antibiotics. We need to do it immediately. Western medicine relies greatly on antibiotics. And we may be. There's a lot of indications we're approaching the post antibiotic era where in our antibiotics are no longer effective. And that's a tragedy of epic proportions. And for no good reason whatsoever, other than for profit, um, endeavors and and that that's the focus is how much money can be made. And how quickly I mean, you pointed out that not only is only 20% of antibiotics given to people in the United States, but diseases like Tuberculosis, meningitis, Typhoid fever and dysentery are cropping up in hospitals, and this is is a result of antibiotic resistant diseases as a result of the animals having been given so many antibiotics, it's it goes into you know, people think. Well, it just seems a little meat or then they don't think about that. It's gone into the rivers through the waste material that it's gone into the water supply through So describe for us this cycle and the kinds of options that already exists to break it, so that when people are listening, they think about these things. There's ways that every person could make a difference by what they buy. Well, yes. And how they vote, you know? Yes. You could be a total vegan. You could eat no meat or dairy products or anything. And yet the antibiotics that you made rely on if you get ill. Are being destroyed. Their efficacy is being destroyed by our factory farm system today, and they're used an antibiotic use there. So if you're not, you're not immune from the damage. Yes, we want to make personal choices that are healthy for us as individuals that express our concern and are caring for animals that are Congruent with our compassion for the world and our desire that our food system be one that's in harmony with the earth and its and its powers and and its resource is And its future. But at the same time we need to vote with our food choices. We need also vote with our our votes. And and we really need to get policies in place, for example, that would prohibit the use of antibiotics in factory farms for as growth promote. We also need to get legislation that would require the labeling of GMO genetically engineered food. And just this year already. Both Connecticut and Vermont, two states. Came very, very close to passing legislation that would mandate Such labeling and in both cases, right at the very end, Just a zit was about to become law, Monsanto stepped in bullied And threatened to sue the states and the state's backed down. And this when, when a state And be intimidated by a corporation. It shows how the power dynamic has shifted and how corporations are really ruling the world right now. No question about it. I mean in and there's no reason anymore to speak about is those something that is, you know, just a little. Handicap. What it really is, is a distortion of the purpose of community overall. Now you also talk about other things such as free trade and fair trade. I mean, there's there's other products we consume other than animals, and I've spent Almost 25 almost 30 years now on the air, talking about the harm that's done to the chickens and the pigs and the cows. And so we've covered this a lot in the fish and the dolphins. And But one of the things I sometimes feel is missing that individuals feel that They can't do anything about it. So I want to talk about something that people can do something about. Let's just talk about chocolate people love chocolate. Well, I love chocolate, too. I do, too. It is actually a healthy food if you if you get the dark chocolate You don't need milk chocolate, and you certainly don't need the highly sweetened chocolate. But the darker chocolates have more of the polity knows another and the antioxidants and the good things that are in chocolate. But there's this other piece to it, which is the social and economic reality of our times. Most of the world's chocolate constant chocolate comes from the Ivory Coast. And other nations adjacent to it. On in that part of Africa. There's a tremendous amount of child slavery taking place and particularly in the chocolate industry. Is a terrible thing is it's really terrible, but you can be sure that the chocolate you're buying. Was not harvested by child slaves. If You buy organic chocolate,.