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"five amino acids" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

08:00 min | 9 months ago

"five amino acids" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Part of the problem is it's not a you do these amazing unicef commercials right but It's not a thirty second. Unicef commercial is a lot of complexities. There takes time and often. Don't get that level of complexity and communication from our federal officials. So that's why. I try to fill in the gaps and do things like this or from social media. There's no nuance and social. Media take started this podcast hard to sail that in two hundred eighty characters right so right exactly. Christopher in rob both asked what can we expect from new variants emerging if the world is not vaccinated. Well stay in the delta delta's a pretty bad one right in terms of level of transmissibility and there may be some partial resistance to vaccination as well. So it's about as bad as you get the worry of course. Is that with continued mutations you get one that's completely resistant to vaccines and and i don't think that's going to happen because you know when you when you do see the mutations in the spike protein which is how all the vaccines work you see the same motifs repeating itself. It's always the same three or four or five amino acid substitutions in the five one position for four position. The for seventeen position. I don't think that's going to happen. But clearly i think the other point that's really important to make one of the fake talking points from anti vaccine. Groups is that vaccine select for vaccine resistance and and it it ignores the fact that alpha arose which is the uk varying arose in the uk before any vaccines were available. Delta rose out of unvaccinated populations in india. So it's clearly the unvaccinated populations where the new variants arise. That's why it's important to get vaccinated. Well there are many people in the chad Who are asking if you can provide some messaging that has been effective in convincing. Vaccine hesitant people to get the vaccine. Well i think so. This is another important point because people focus a lot on the on the talking points. But now i think with these groups you know especially from the conservative right. It's not even a matter of the talking points. They use that as an excuse but again. It's this political defiance political allegiance. That's the problem. So for instance. Everyone was focusing. Hey we've got to get these vaccine approved. Because they're saying their release for emergency. Use their their rushed. They're not tested for safety. I'm holding out until the vaccines are approved I don't think that's going to be that much of a game changer. Think it's going to be more. The employers will feel comfortable doing mandate. So i have a piece up from the british medical journal out today put up online. Twitter site That basically says. I don't think it's going to do that. Much for vaccine hesitancy so so. A lot of people want to do a deep dive in the weeds around the specific fake talking points. And i think that's useful for a lot of people are for others. There's about a list of a dozen fake talking points and it's like playing whack-a-mole you know you knock went down. They'll just over to another one but among them is now that it's approved. These are not through emergency use. I think that's useful the big one that i tried to defuse as you know the message coming from Conservative groups is that. Hey if you're young and healthy and fit and you go to the gym every day. You know you're you're fine. You just going to be like the flu or you'll feel sick for a day. You don't need that vaccine at us. Not true and the proof is all of these young healthy fit people. Now in hospitals across the southern part of the united states is not a substitute for virus. Neutralizing antibody this delta variant is so aggressive You need to get vaccinated We have a lot of questions about what to expect from the variants Also can we ever achieve herd immunity with all these variants. I think i don't even like using that term anymore. Because that's another term. That's been so misused. By the remember. Ran senator paul rand paul saying twenty two percent herd immunity. They throw it all these fake low numbers to convince people that now they can opening up and and and and so i don't even use the term her immunity. What i say is when you've got a virus is transmissible. And there's a simple formula. Sometimes people use it's one minus one over the reproductive number of the virus and on that basis. You know we're probably going to have to look at eighty. Five to ninety percent of the population vaccinated. So it's like measles right. That's what we do for. Measles ninety five percent of the population. That's global right. That's the you. Let's talk about the us for now okay. So for the us to to eliminate measles we got a well over ninety percent of the population vaccinated. So it's doable. This is almost not quite as transmissible is measles but more than anything else. We've seen on terms of cova nineteen so we're getting those kinds of numbers so it's a really high bar. Eighty to eighty five percent of the population vaccinate not eighty five percent of the adults. Eighty five percent of the whole population vaccinated means essentially all of the adults in that all of the adolescents. While it's happening now in vermont and massachusetts stock going to happen down here so you know that it's a it's a pretty high bar so tony Couple of days ago said he doesn't know we're going to be end this until twenty twenty two. I would say it a little differently. I'd say it'll end when we can get everybody fully vaccinated and that's that's what we've got. Aspire to do is convince her brothers and sisters from the conservative groups especially to get vaccinated so we can end this epidemic in the united states. And of course we'll do our best to pursue that global Wrong matchup bummer. Let's let's leave everyone on a positive note. What gives you hope in this situation. What where do you find your hope. Well i find hope first of all through people like you who are so committed to this and and you know my colleagues in the scientific community of been so generous sharing data. I mean we've scientists. We've been sharing data putting up information on print servers. Like i've seen in. So that's been an. And i do in our regular zoom call with some great colleagues like by koster home and steven hahn former. Fda commissioner peggy hamburg. These are just you know. Absolute reno Heaton formerly the gates foundation these brilliant people and and that's been really gratifying i've been really very happy with the quality of the science journalism the science journalists who working so hard to get this right And i spent a lot of time with them and a lot of them. Don't have a science background so they've had a steep learning curve but they've really come through i think in in in a big way And the and the fact that the spike protein is a soft target of the virus in. It's not that complicated to make a vaccine. It's it's all a matter of getting people to accept it and in hopefully we can move forward on our vaccine and start vaccinating the world but so it's that last.

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"five amino acids" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:19 min | 11 months ago

"five amino acids" Discussed on WGN Radio

"On W G. N And I am honored to have this guy on the telephone with us again. This guy Dr Peter Hotez, dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, co director of the Center for Vaccine Development at Texas Children's Hospital. Dr Hotez. Thank you. So much for joining us on W g. N Thanks so much for having me this afternoon. Well, it's my pleasure and 312981 72 100. You can call you can text your questions as well. I think this is what where I'm going to start with the questions that I'm getting from folks. The delta variant We've heard so much about. There have been reports in the news that the vaccines we currently have may do a good job, but not a great job. And we should be concerned about this variant, even if you are vaccinated. What's true, what's not true? Well, we'll know better as we see what happens, uh, as adults, A virus accelerates because now it's about 20% of the virus Ice list in the U. S. And in Missouri. It's around 29% almost 30%. So it's getting up there. It looks as though the two doses of Isis fighter buying tech back but there is a vaccine. Hold up quite well. Um so that even if you happen to get breakthrough, Covid, you're not getting sick, So I think people should feel pretty comfortable if you've been fully vaccinated with those two doses of the vaccine. If you've only gotten a single dose of the modern advisor vaccine, you're still somewhat more susceptible. So you need to get that second immunization. And if you run back, made it at this point, there's a good likelihood you may get covid from that delta vary. Um, What about the Johnson vaccine? Did you leave that out on purpose or Yeah. I was afraid you're going to ask me that. So, uh but the the answer is we don't have the data. Um And so we're we've been pushing on CBC and FDA to come up with guidance and what to do. If you've gotten a single dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine it's likely that there's some protection But it may be similar to the single disk Mrna vaccines and some and on that basis, some would say, get a booster shot with either a second dose of the J and J vaccine or one of the mRNA vaccines. The problem is, we just haven't received that guidance coming down from CDC and FDA yet hopefully it'll before coming, I believe what you just said, is somewhat newsworthy and somewhat worrisome. Uh, I'm sorry. What? Somewhat worrisome. What you just said. I think, because so many people have gotten, of course, the Janssen vaccine and you're saying Well, now they need something else. Maybe in addition to that I've not heard that before. Yeah, We just don't have the data one way or the other. And so I know the J and J with the FDA and CBC are working hard to come up with some definitive answers. And so a lot of the questions I'm getting now by email or calls is Hey, what should I do? Should I get the second dose and and you know, Unfortunately, we just don't have that that evidence yet, So hopefully this will be coming very soon. All right. What about the need for an update A booster? Even if you've had Either the Moderna vaccine or the Pfizer vaccine. Is it going to be? Do we know yet, like the flu shot that you get every year? Is this going to be every six months? Is it going to be every year? And are they going to be changing What's in the vaccine based on what variants are out there? Yeah, You're asking all the good questions. Here's what I think. I It's sort of an intermediate answer, and that is that. I think it's likely that later on the somewhere we may get some recommendations. If you've got the two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine together third immunization and what that will do is give you more resilience, more robust protection against any variants that come along. It looks as though right now the two doses are good for the delta variant. But I wouldn't be surprised if the recommendation of the third dose comes along later this summer. That's 0.1 point two then what's always followed the next question. Okay, Doctor? Who does that mean? We're going to need a vaccine booster every year Like flu like you just asked. And in that one. I think the scientific community is more divided. I personally don't think that's going to be necessary. I think with that third immunization will have pretty long lasting protection for quite a while, but we'll see what kind of guidance comes down. All right, so I'll be the fly in the arguments sort of speak here. Uh, two. Alright, let's say what you say. I mean, you can say that. I'm I'm not trying to be cute. I'm not trying to thread the needle here. What I'm trying to do is is, you know I have personal opinions on What I would recommend. But I'm also reluctant to get too far over my skis and see the fear in a in a bind that says something that, uh, that that that ultimately they won't agree with And so it gets to be a sort of a difficult position Well, and this is your expertise, So let's say country of choice. It doesn't matter. Has a lot of covid because they're not vaccinating their citizens yet, and there is a bigger change than what the Delta variant is that affects the spike protein. Is that not likely to happen? Am I being too cynical? Um, well, you know where we are seeing new variants of all the only interesting news is when you see the variance evolved. It's not like they're mutations, Will he? Millie? It looks as though we're seeing that convergence. Around the same four or five amino acids in in in the spike protein, so that potentially says to me that we won't necessarily need to make new vaccines in perpetuity that the existing vaccines that we have provided we get really high levels. Virus, neutralizing antibody to those vaccines. Will be give us broad enough protections that we may not need, Uh, different vaccines down the line again. New pathogen. We're always learning new things, but I think that's that's likely to shape up. I think the more common question I'm getting asked is, we have a lot of expats. Um, because they're working for global companies and working overseas. They don't have access to the Madonna or fighter vaccines. They're getting Chinese vaccines, the Russian vaccines Now they're in the U. S. What should they do? Should they now get the mrna vaccines? And that's that's now being looked at very carefully as well in order to give some some guidance, so there's going to be a lot, you know. What happened was we got so many vaccines out there including our vaccine. And you know that that now we're kind of playing catch up in terms of making recommendations about mixing and matching. Alright, I know folks want to talk to you 312981 72 103 12. 981 72 100. You can call you could text Dr Hotez and you will have an opportunity to talk with this great.

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"five amino acids" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"five amino acids" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Isn't that interesting in a review entitled life was saved pathways to modern disease. Five amino acid analog of lycene diverse proteins conducted by anthony samuel phd an independent scientists. And st stephanie. Stiffy fien excuse me up. I read that wrong. Sin if phd a scientist at massachusetts institute of technology. As yet another litany of reasons. Why glyphosate is dangerous to human health. But they're still using it today right. Oh that's what happened. that's weird. I thought i had that highlighted any case. This is the study itself which i highly recommend you read in its entirety. But let's look at this. The a couple of these parts. Life say a synthetic amino acid analog of lysine is the most widely used bios a bios sidin of the planet. Which is it's weird. I've looked at earlier. I forgot to look it up. But i'm imagining it. Means they baio sort of pesticide. Kind of scenario. In any case. I didn't it just looked it up and didn't have any definition its presence in food for human consumption and animal feed is ubiquitous like realize how alarming that is. These are two. phd's that are making. It's very clear the presence of glyphosate in your food that you eat an animal food that they eat is ubiquitous meaning. It is literally everywhere. How did we allowed this to happen. Epidemiological studies have revealed a strong correlation between the increasing Incidents in Oh wait a minute bio side on the planet. That's what it was so it's it's just missing a space for some reason. I think the way i'd bunched up. The screen does not strange so bio side which makes sense okay so going back to it. Epidemiologic studies have revealed a strong correlation between the increasing incidents in the united states of a large number of chronic diseases and the increased use of of glyphosate herbicide on corn soy and wheat crops. Glyphosate acting as a glycemic analog maybe mistakenly incorporated into peptides during protein synthesis. This is crazy stuff. And i talked about this years ago. They're telling you right there. There's a strong correlation between increasing chronic illness. Disease right now that it's being called other things. As we spray columbia life was a substitution. For conserved glycemic can easily easily explain a link with diabetes obesity asthma chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Pulmonary.

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"five amino acids" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"five amino acids" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Lot of sleep. Orders come with. And we crave particularly in the afternoon and evening, and it gets dark at this time of year in the dark time here. Interesting. Okay. That's the type one is at a depressed crave. Ver that's the depressed graver, then there's a crash crave. Then there's a crash crater. Meaning somebody who doesn't eat meals regularly. Who let's a lot of time. Go by just drinking coffee without food and experiences a significant blood sugar crash, which is often quickly followed by the ingestion of sugars foods, which gives us a big boost. But then end up with a crash within a few minutes or or an hour. And at that point we want another big boost of sugar. Right. You have you have to continue on that train the comfort crave. Those are. That's all about endorphins. Right. It's all about our natural painkillers. So when our endorphins, you're low, you know, we we want those comfort foods, and how do we know for a comfort crave. Well, we we have a foods that we regarded are best friends. But we also tend to be oversensitive emotionally what we may be the ones who cried commercials. So having enough endorphin is is critical to our emotional wellbeing as well as our dietary health, maybe I could chalk it up. Julia to the fact that I live and breathe the food world, but I'm sounding a little bit. Like all of these just so, you know. Well, it's not unusual now in time in in in our dietary history to have all five creating types, you know, to have depletion in all five of the areas of the brain that are supposed to be generating normal appetite. If you're a stretch crave you crave for the relief of that pressure. Right. That's right. You know? So we're we're grazing while we're working on the computer late at night. Trying to reach the deadline. No doubt. And then lastly type five is a fatigued crave. That's the basically the caffeine and dark chocolate crave. Sometimes your sugar can do it. You know, jelly beans. Give some people that that lift of energy and focus temporarily, of course. So then the the most important question is how do you turn off the fatal attraction? Well, it turns out it's very easy, intimidating brain chemicals. I know with names like endorphin serotonin Dama. I mean, you teric acid, and so forth are actually very simple chemicals that are made out of a single protein or amino acid in complete proteins there twenty amino acids, and we make all of our body structures out of protein, some combination of these twenty well, we only need five amino acids to correct every single one of these. So each one of these parts of the brain that is malfunctioning and generating craving will quiet and start directing us toward healthy food. If it said just its own special amino acid. And I think you it really is an incredible read, and I commend you on your research and your clinics and all the good that you're sharing. Thank you so much really appreciate it. Julia Ross is a pioneer in the use of nutritional therapy for the treatment of eating disorders, addictions, and mood problems. And her new book release is a must read for anyone who wants to make two thousand eighteen their best year to curb those cravings to live the best life because you know, it's my goal on this show to feed your soul. And so we're doing just that the book is called the craving, cure, and it grants. Everyone access to Julia Ross is very revolutionary approach. It starts with a five part questionnaire. And then it specifies the amino acid supplements that are needed to curb your specific type of craving so read this book is called the craving cure. And it really is quite fantastic. Julia I wish you all the best. Yes. Thank you. You're welcome back anytime as my cravings change, my call on you. Looking forward to talking again again soon, and so that brings us to the end of another hour of ever evolving culinary landscape..

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