19 Burst results for "Five Thousand Calorie"

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

05:46 min | 4 months ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"I don't care but the end of tokyo draft. Han die but movies. Four or five and six honda's in it so that all took place before tokyo on and and you find out took you drift that Or you find out at the end of six. That hod was killed by jason tatum. And he's the villain in seven and we are on a normal line from here on out and that just blew my mind all that effort for that for that franchise it has. It has become ridiculously anime. Probably has a lot to do with vin diesel. Probably being into adam essentially the whole story. Behind the reason why the reboot all happened was because he bought it had with studio because they want to take it to the light. Go to dvd route straight to dvd. You know sort of thing. But he had his whole idea for so he went and got his producers guild card and came back is the producer on the movies for through nine major went the way he wanted to because vin diesel is an ego maniac. Yeah he's a big baby really depends on what side you fall on with him in the rock in the series. I hate them both. Gotta they gotta hate each other. There's the i've said this before and Many stars probably do this but literally. No one can be taller than vin diesel on the poster so anytime they have to shoot the rap on the poster they have to skew it or bike do far ground for background and and whenever they fight neither of them could win. That's like steven seagal right. He can never lose. So i i just. I'm tired of the rock. Like whenever i see him. He's constantly working out and he's got all this awesome equipment and he but he gives you that motivation like nothing can stop you in late. Just keep working. Hardly i want to work as hard as iraq is just. I don't have what you have right. So i can't work as hard as you wake up at four thirty in the morning is much different for you than it is for the radical. All he does is worked out. That's a nap at noon off his cheek day. Like yeah look at my cheat day. And it's just a fucking like smorgasbord of food. and like. Yeah you know. This is what i do. I have to eat five thousand calories. I can't afford that dwayne okay. I'm sorry then. Playing the for the time allotted for him to eat that food. No that would that a cheap day on the rocks caliber in real time would take me three days re days. Maybe maybe more yeah. We've all seen new. It's bad so. I'm assuming markets all you watch this week and i have to go before saturday so you got plenty of time. As for me. I watched a few things. I watch luca the new pixar movie. It's just fine for me. Most of the pixar movies are really enjoyable..

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

04:27 min | 4 months ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"So when he came to when it came to a job figuring stuff out i ultimately went to people who are doing better than me who were ahead of me taught me what they knew and then i show also i six months actually man. I put on nearly fifty pounds of muscle. When i went to college. My body just responded to to a weight training and responded to better nutrition than i was eating and i was just i just blew up so i i six months i. I gained fifty pounds. And then that was my body. Transformations are oh. Wow this is this is amazing. I'm in love with this. And then at one point i actually i just remember. This was a turning point for me in nutrition. When i was playing outswing bicycle my freshman year so An remember before the night before before our game our coach said to get good fluids into our bodies. And i i remember drinking ginger ale and eating pringles and feeling like garbage the next day and then i kind of made that link off. Maybe there's something something there. Because i i was one of those guys withdrawing protein shakes and then Fast because i i read that eight fascinating increase growth hormone so too fast for twenty four hours russia. Have you worked out and the drink protein shakes and reviewed like crazy that was thousand my approach and also what allowed me to blow up like that and yet so way so you actually so in those first six months. You put fifty pounds of muscle on following a fasting approach to dieting and training correct. Yes so i'll do. I'll do ultimately t twenty four hour fast on on a weekly basis and then after when on the twenty fourth hour by fast i would crush just a killer workout and then refitted. Eat like four or five thousand calories within the next couple of hours and that was that was my approach and then throughout the week i would eat a lot of pre k. Seen shakes and stuff like that like stuff that we didn't touch right now it was it was. It was funny at that point. Because that's what the bodybuilding industry. What's pushing on us. And then so made that link that link bat nutritional performance that go hand in hand and i realized that..

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'Big Brother' Alum Paulie Calafiore Gunning for U.S. Olympic Bobsled Team

Rob Has a Podcast

01:06 min | 1 year ago

'Big Brother' Alum Paulie Calafiore Gunning for U.S. Olympic Bobsled Team

"Five thousand calorie a day Diet Fred for this. Yeah. It's a lot of meat. This is a damn good steak. This thing is cooked to perfection and I'm all about it because these biceps anchor feed themselves, your boy nieces me. Could you imagine Taryn at the twenty, twenty, two Winter Olympics in Beijing f. The men's bobsled. Now for the men's bobsled team, we have the very interesting story of polly California are a his brother. Competed in the US reality, TV series Big Brother Sixteen Paulie was recruited to play in the season big brother eighteen since then he's gone on to appear on the challenge many seasons, he has a very active following on some various adult websites. His brother, his brother recently want me all stars. Seasonally was also a big brother champion. And now here he is competing

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How to Eat 45,000 Extra Calories Without Gaining Weight

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

05:34 min | 1 year ago

How to Eat 45,000 Extra Calories Without Gaining Weight

"And today's show was suggested by Fabio. Who writes? I came across a study on bodybuilders, which suggests that a caloric surfeit doesn't contribute to weight gain as you would expect when the extra calories come solely from protein. Can you comment on it? The study Fabio asked me about was published in two thousand and fourteen in the Journal of the International. Society of Sports Nutrition and it is definitely worth a closer look. The subjects in this study were all in their early twenties, and they were all engaged in heavy resistance, training or weightlifting. They were quite lean and very muscular, going into the study in fact, if you looked only at their body, mass index their BMI numbers. It looked as if the subjects were on the verge of. City, but when you look at their body composition, it's clear that the higher body weights related to their heights word due to their very high muscle mass. One group in the study then added a lot of extra protein to their diet in the form of way, protein powder, and when I say a lot I mean a lot. These athletes had previously been consuming about one gram of protein per pound her day, or about twenty to twenty five percent of their calories. Now this is about twice the recommended minimum intake, but it's still comfortably within the acceptable range for protein that's laid out by the National Academy of Medicine, which is formerly known as the Institute of Medicine. For the study, the researchers essentially doubled the appleans protein intake to an average of three hundred grams per day now that is quite a bit higher than the National Academy of Medicine Maximum recommended intake, and it's also as the researchers point out, and I'm quoting here. The highest recorded intake of dietary protein in the scientific literature that we are aware of and quote. The researchers didn't evaluate whether this extremely high protein intake had any negative impacts on liver or kidney function, but many of the subjects did complain of intestinal distress during the study. However, nobody is recommending that eating this much protein would be a good idea on a long-term basis. The point of this short term study was simply to find out how eating protein in excess of caloric requirements would affect body composition in highly trained people, and when they say highly trained, they mean resistance training not trained in the scientific method or whatever. So? The subject's didn't eat less of other foods. They just added the way protein and of what they were already eating, or at least that's what they were supposed to do. In reality, some of the subjects ended up eating fewer carbohydrates. Others actually ate a bit more carbohydrate, but on average they managed to increase the caloric intake by eight hundred calories per day mostly from protein, and they also continue. Continue to do their usual strenuous workouts. So what were the results of this grand experiment? Well, according to the researchers and I'm going to quote again here. The current investigation found no changes in body, weight, fat, mass, or fat, free mass in the high protein Diet Group and this occurred in spite of the fact that they consumed over eight hundred calories more per day for eight weeks and quote. Now how is this even possible? Where did all of those extra calories go? After all eight hundred extra calories a day for eight weeks equals about forty five thousand calories, which according to the Conventional Calorie, math should have translated into a gain of almost thirteen pounds, and in fact when you look at the actual data, you will see that the subjects did gain some weight just not nearly as much as the old school. Calorie math would have predicted. In the group consuming the extra protein, the average change in weight was a gain of almost four pounds, meanwhile in the control group, who purportedly changed nothing about their diets or workouts. The average change in weight over the eight week period was a gain of almost two pounds. Similarly both groups gained some muscle. The high protein group gained an average of four pounds of lean muscle. The control group gained just three, and both groups also lost a bit of body fat. The high protein group lost a bit less than the control group. So how can the researchers conclude that eating the extra protein didn't lead to any way change or changes in body composition. Well because the differences between the test group and the control group weren't large enough to be statistically significant. Now, I want you to keep in mind as well that this was a relatively small study, only about thirty subjects completed the study, and there was quite a bit of variation in the results of the individual subjects, and sometimes that gets a little obscured. When we're just talking about averages for example in the group consuming the extra protein, the average change in weight was A. A gain of almost four pounds, but some of the subjects in this group actually lost weight while others gained twice as much as the average, and when the variants and results that wide. You'd need a lot more subjects in your study before those averages would be very meaningful. Okay, despite all of these statistics, nerd caveats, it is still somewhat surprising that the group that eight. Extra calories didn't gain more weight than they did. And that the differences between them and the control group weren't bigger.

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"I grew I was happy thanksgiving to you and just a reminder just a reminder you are going to gobble gobble gobble down three thousand three thousand three thousand calories in one sitting tomorrow and that's just an average trust me that that that seems like a low bar for me that's a low mark I celebrate this I'm going all and do some light some stomach stretching tonight you know what I mean probably drink right drink a lot of water stress that stomach out yeah yeah I got a whole plan together making this happen god my fat pants already it takes about the wait it takes a into a hundred sixty pound person they'd have to run for four hours or swim for five hours or walk thirty miles to burn that off I live in the West Valley nothing walking home from here but are burnt I burn off the calories yeah but Friday's a big thing I I make Black Friday in a vent for me too and that's usually where I just sit at home and make fun of people that are chopping Black Friday or I go hunting because it is dove season so it that that is a good thing there but there are the hit some bad news right at the gates about Black Friday there are still millions and I mean millions of Americans forty eight million to be exact better still paying off their debt from last Black Friday a year ago from what they bought on Black Friday a year ago they're still paying that off let me help you out people real quickly here if you're paying off a credit card because you bought something that is such a good deal on Black Friday that deal is no longer a deal that deal you're paying more than retail full retail price on that item because of the interest that you're paying all the way through and yes this is this is totally warning just just even you don't need to go nuts tomorrow I mean I on Friday you don't have to have a one tooth marquee don't you want to do but I'm telling you forty eight million people are still working off that from last Black Friday that is a lot of spending and a lot of interest the of be all of the credit card companies definitely thank you but here's the deal that you cancer teacher right one of the reasons it is not to go is not to go absolutely nuts pace yourself here's a couple reasons in products free to pace yourself I'm there are things to buy that is probably the best thing if you're gonna buy a certain type of good bite on Black Friday in those are televisions gaming consoles and the big toy you know like the big toy of the year I would seriously say don't buy the big toy the year until after Christmas yes tell the kid or whatever Hey I got done getting you one of these like put a gift card or whatever it is because it's there such a frenzy for in is by design so the way these products sellout work is there's a giant warehouse full of the product they're just on the store shelves and it causes demand for that product and it causes buzz for that product and then on December twenty sixth the stores are restocked with that product so I would I would definitely wait for that but televisions gaming consoles definitely get on Black Friday by Freiberg Friday or cyber Monday is going to be a lot of smart home devices on sale and I'm not a fan a smart home stuff all right there's a discussion my father a last night not a fan by any stretch then wait till cyber Monday to you don't have to buy everything on on on Black Friday and do not forget about small business Saturday I'm a big fan of small business Saturday unless it's a place that that's running up the rate if I'm gonna if if if it's small business I want to support it and if it's about you know five percentage more than I could get it on Amazon that's cool I get right there you know get to the old people I'm all about it but we try to like fifteen percent more nope gonna get on Amazon I read I dig small businesses and stuff and I like the brick and mortar and I like the local small town feel but I'm not a I'm not going to subsidize that when I don't have to so yeah I did the things I was gonna wait for after Christmas or the holiday decorations my gosh load up when it all is like half price it is I didn't know there was a travel deal Tuesday that's the thing I like that who knows we're just gonna words good good words alliteration as best we can travel Tuesday will I I don't know we'll call it how do you know with the W. for for Wednesday but we're just gonna keep moving this out so Black Friday small business Saturday Slappy Dappy Sunday and then there's is are are you well yes cyber Monday in then travel deal Tuesday there you go I'm saving you money I'm saving you money and you know what you should do on by Friday's walk thirty miles apparently to get rid of the the cow the caloric intake of the food and that's just the food by the way that has nothing to do with the booze like I said I'm I'm I think I'm gonna eclipse the five thousand calorie mark and I'm totally okay in his we're part I don't even eat sweets so not like the pies aren't in there I'm making this up in rib roast or are we have New York strip roast I make this up and mashed potatoes I'm gonna eat my weight in gravy every kind of casserole you could throw in front of me stuffing all day long and I don't know why my family has done this but we do every single holiday in every gathering is the weirdest thing and if ever fritos and bean dip where did that come from I have no idea but we always have free as in being that I know we're weird individuals Papa John you're the founder of Papa John CEO Papa John I'll state because they said he is our race **** and then they said no no AA Papa John's so good thing who got Shaquille o'neal is on our board now everyone let's go Neil who doesn't love Shaquille o'neal well John speaking and he's not happy he's talking about a day of reckoning we'll have that for you coming up after we get kind of.

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Exactly as bad as you think it is I'm going to say the end time of met bill mall in person he's been nothing but pleasant I'm calling a noise which is why I found it so surprising that he or anybody thinks the fat shaming needs to make a comeback because fat shaming never went anywhere I mean almost virtually any file system we are reminded of it all the time on airplanes on Instagram when someone needs a pie on the window sill to cool and they give us now there's a colon and insulting misconception that fat people are stupid and lazy I'm when all right we we get it we know we know that being overweight isn't good for us and our struggles minds higher life trying to manage my weight and I suck on right I've had good days and bad months basically been also known diets since is long as I can remember and well this is how it's got I was lucky as bill Maher you know we don't all have a sense of superiority the bonds thirty five thousand calories a day I sincerely believe that what you think you'll offering here is tough love and you're just trying to help by not sugar coating reality for fat people even though you know how much people love sugar coating the truth is you're walking against your own because it's proven that fat shaming only does one thing it makes people feel ashamed ashamed leads to depression anxiety and self destructive behavior self destructive behavior tonight over retail fashion I mean it's just.

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Dinner time during the day they wanna carry with them. A bottle of the plane on flavored ones. I personally like then we. The cherry MS, which is really, really good. And then, of course, the strawberry, Kiwi ones that you're another tasteful flavored one. And then every time they crave a cigarette do two things. Take an ounce of those minerals. Announce the minerals, and then cut the cigarette and a half and smoke a cigarette. Okay. And then you know in a in about a week or two, every ten they crave a cigarette again, take announcing minerals and cut that half a cigarette and having so they're only smoking quarter of cigarette. Just keep cutting it down to six weeks, four to six weeks, usually author as cigarettes, but they got to carry the minerals with him. So every time they smell some smoke and they, they want and crave a cigarette they still have to take their to their minerals and won't be long. They won't be addicted to tobacco. What are the minerals do for them? Okay. Well, the people who get onto whether cigarettes are drugs, and I mean I dealt a lot with this. Okay. With the drugs, because using drugs are extremely powerful like these opioids that are fifty thousand times that opium, some dealing with fifteen thousand pound elephants found rhino, and to keep the darts down to the size tranquilizer darts down to the size of Tripoli Barry, use these high concentration drugs, so I, I have a lot of experience with these things. And when people get hooked on them is because they're deficient in minerals. And this causes a behavior called pica, the craves things people say, just eating a five thousand calorie meals. I don't know why. But I'm looking for something and sim. Some people trip on to an extra servings of things will have to desserts, and some people try drugs. Some people try tobacco to try and says this craving is caused by a nutritional deficiency of minerals. And so we give them minerals, and you're satisfying, this craving cold pike. He I see. And then it's very easy to get them off smoking. And then they actually get their hit in the, you know, the first couple of puffs, and so they really don't need smoke. The whole cigarette so cut them in half and then cut them into quarters, then cut it down to ten percent. And. They're very quickly. They'll be able to get author cigarettes. Jason's other question doc a LS the Lou Gehrig. That's a muscular issue isn't it? It's Lou Gehrig's disease brain issues. Very is very closely related to Parkinson's disease. MS alzheimer's. Not necessarily Alzheimer's disease, but there could be a little dementia, socio with Lou. Gehrig's disease is actually a physical thing, and it depends on what part of the brain is more severely affected by this deficiency. I'm gonna talk about what you get because it's all the same disease, actually have a CD out, Georgia, everybody needs to listen to this EDS, including those person who has the is called a stick of butter day keeps the doctor way stick of butter day case it accurate..

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on KGO 810

"When you're on to try to shut down the server, but you guys are tough dock. You've got those servers. I really cook these days. Yeah. We got a great team or so very proud of them. And, you know, you have a lot of followers. And so when you allow us to share information with people, they are busy. They, they sure are how significant is fish oil of the omega 's well, you'll make is very, very important. They're essential nutrients essential fatty acids are important for cell wall health, but also far as very interesting stuff. Let's see here, how going to put this, there's one of the one of the most terrible, baby. Diseases caused omega three essential fatty as deficient is called asthma. That's right. It's horrible. And also, there's a positive sweat test, people get when they have city roses. And they, they call that genetic marker. But it's really not a genetic marker, you know, I am the guy found the first non human cases, physical, Rosa's back in nineteen seventy seven in a monkey at your primate center and did biopsies and the other monkeys in episode of who are not related to, but the same age twenty four of them. They all had the same city roses. Biopsy pancreases livers and found that it was an environmental thing they were deficient in nutrients, which is causing the roses and the genetic marker is caused by deficiency. It will make it threes. And so it's not really a genetic marker, I can give a sitting vibe roses patient these omega threes. Intravenously in twenty four hours. They won't have a sweat test anywhere genetic Margaret goes away. They take it early in two weeks. Genetic marker will go away. And asthma so easy to get rid of, and one of the markers of it is people get rose Asia. They get eggs dermatitis. And this is also essential fatty as deficiencies. That's why our basic tax contains the omega threes from both plants and fish oils. And so we, we of cover all the bases. There's or getting three sixes and nine and prevents enormous amount of unnecessary. Misery saves lives. I've had so many people who were told they were terminal with these respiratory problems, and so forth. And we get them on the ninety cents an creams like held her heart pack and so forth. And it's got the omega trees both from fficials and the plants and within weeks, they're, they're respiratory problems. Go away. They've had all their life and it's just a life saving. So I believe I'm gonna see you maybe, I think, in October in Chicago, by the way, I love it was great place, making Chicago. Let's go to Jason in Chicago right now. Hey Jay, go ahead. Can you hear me? Okay. Yep. Sure, can thanks for having me on. I had two questions regarding my sister and my friend. Okay. But I wanted to make a real fast. I know the backs only on once a month, but maybe he could come on, on shorter intervals and talk about his animal the animals because he helps them to I thought that big great idea. But my question is my sister, smokes really bad. And my cousin has had a LS since he was about nineteen or twenty and he's about forty five now, LS Lou Gehrig's disease in California. I just wondered if there was anything that could be done for him, then in terms of your sister with smoking, with what symptom says she showing. The smoking. Yeah. Well, she, you know, she coughs you know, hacks all the time, and I'm she's smoking forever. You know where she's my twin sister where about fifty and she's been smoking since teenage and, and she just I quit smoking, and I mean, she just smokes few packs a day, just like you know, it's going to catch up with her address that first, the smoking episode smoking shirt, that's actually quite easy to get people to quit smoking. But they have to want to quit and what they have to do is carry with him, one of her bottles of minerals. Okay. This is in addition to the healthy brain and heart pack. They get the ninety cents basic nutrition, and all our tissues that they need to in addition to that. But, you know you divide up your dose, based on your body would happen the morning breakfast and having dinner time during the day they wanna carry with them a bottle of the plane, unplayed wonders. I personally like then we have. The cherry men's which is really, really good. And then, of course, disturbance key ones, which are another that tasteful flavored one. And then every time they create a cigarette do two things. Take an ounce of those minerals ounce of the minerals, and then cut the cigarette and a half and just Macapa cigarette. Okay. And then you know in a in about a week or two every time they crave a cigarette again, taken out some minerals and cut that half a cigarette and happens. So they're only smoking quarter of a cigarette. Just keep cutting it down to six weeks, four to six weeks, usually alter as cigarettes, but they got to carry the minerals with them. So every time they smell some smoke and they, they want and crave a cigarette they still have to take their onto their minerals, and it won't be long. They won't be addicted to tobacco are the minerals do for them. Okay. Well, the people who get onto whether cigarettes are drugs, and I mean, I dealt a lot with this okay with the drugs of because using drugs, or extremely powerful like these opioids that are fifty thousand times, we're an opium, dealing with fifteen thousand pound, elephants, and six thousand pound rhino, and to keep the darts down to the size. You know, tranquilizer darts down to the size of AAA batteries had to use these hike concentration drugs. So I, I have a lot of experience with things. And when people get hooked on them is because they're deficient in minerals. And this causes a behavior called pica, they crave things people say, I've just eating a five thousand calorie meal. I don't know why. But I'm looking for something and sim. Some people trip on to an extra servings of things have to desserts, and some people try drugs and some people try tobacco to try and satisfy this craving, it is caused by a nutritional deficiency of minerals. And so we give them minerals, and you're satisfying, this craving called taika. He I see and then is very easy to get them off smoking, and they actually get their hit in the, you know, the first couple of clubs and so they really don't need to smoke the whole cigarette so cut them in half. And then cut them into quarters, then cut it down to ten percent. And. They're very quickly. They'll be able to get author cigarettes. Jason's other question doc a LS the Lou Gehrig. Muscular issue isn't it? It's Lou Gehrig's disease you brain issues. Very is very closely related to Parkinson's disease. MS alzheimer's. These not necessarily Alzheimer's disease, but there could be a little dementia, socio with Lou. Gehrig's disease is actually a physical thing, and it depends on what part of the brain is more severely affected by this deficiency. I'm gonna talk about what did he get because it's all the same disease actually have a CD out. Judge everybody needs to listen to this, including this person who has the ales. Is called a stick of butter day keeps the doctor way stick of butter day case it accurate. So this guy got the A-List needs to take three to.

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on 710 WOR

"When you're on to try to shut down the server, but you guys are tough dock. You've got those servers. I really cook these days. Yeah. We got a great team or so very proud of them. And, you know, you have a lot of followers. And so when you allow us to share information with people, they are busy. They, they sure are how significant is fish oil of the omega 's well, you'll make is very, very important. Their central nutrients essential fatty acids are important for cell wall health, but also for some very interesting stuff. Let's see here, how going to put this, there's one of the one of the most terrible baby diseases caused bigotry essential fatty as deficient called asthma. Oh, that's right. It's horrible. And also there's a positive sweat test, people get when they have physical roses. And they, they call that the genetic marker, but it's really not a genetic marker, you know, I am the guy that found the first non human cases. Rose back in nineteen seventy seven in a monkey at your primary center and did biopsies and the other monkeys in episode of who are not related to it. But the same age twenty four of them. They all had the same since you've roses biopsy pancreases livers and found that it was an environmental thing. They were deficient in nutrients, which is causing the singer, Bruce the genetic marker is caused by deficiency. It will make it threes. And so it's not really a genetic marker, I can give a cynic vibrations patient. These omega threes. Intravenously in twenty four hours won't have a positive sweat test, anywhere genetic Margaret goes away. They take it early in two weeks or genetic marker will go away. And asthma so easy to get rid of, and one of the markers of it is people get rose Asia. They get eggs, dermatitis rises. And this is also to make three essential fatty as deficiencies. That's why our basic tax contains the omega threes from both plants and fish oils. And so we, we kind of cover all the bases there or getting the omega three sixes and nine and it prevents enormous amount of unnecessary. Misery saves lives. I've had so many people who were told they were terminal with these respiratory problems, and so forth. And we get him on the ninety cents an insurance, you know, like they held her heart pack, and so forth and has got the omega threes. Both from the fficials and the plants and within weeks, they're, they're respiratory problems. Go away. They've had all their lives and it's just a life saving. So I believe I'm gonna see you maybe, I think in October in Chicago. Oh, by the way, she was great place, Chicago. Let's go to Jason and Chicago right now. Hey Jay, go ahead. Hi, can you hear me? Okay. Sure. Can thanks for having me on. I had two questions regarding a my sister and my friend. Okay. But I wanted to make a real fast. I know the backs only on once a month, but maybe he could come on, on shorter intervals and talk about his animal the animals because he helps them to I, I thought that big right idea. But my question is my sister, smokes really bad. And my cousin has had a LS since he was about nineteen or twenty and he's about forty five now. They LS Lou Gehrig's disease in California. I just wondered if there was anything that could be done for him. And in terms of your sister was smoking with what symptom says she showing. The smoking. Yeah. Well, she, you know, she costs, you know, hacks all the time, and I'm she's smoking forever. You know where she's my twin sister, we're about fifty and she's been smoking since teenage and she just I quit smoking, and I mean, she just smokes few packs a day. It's just like you know, geez, it's going to catch up with her. We'll Docklands address that first the smoking episode smoking shirt, that's actually quite easy to get people to quit smoking. But they have to want to quit and what they have to do is carry with him, one of her bottles of minerals. Okay. This is in addition to the healthy brain and heart pack, they get the ninety cents, get the basic nutrition and all our tissues. They need to in addition to that. But, you know you divide up your dose, based on your body would happen the morning for breakfast and have dinner time during the day they wanna carry with them. A bottle of minerals. Be the plane on flavored ones. I personally like then we have. The cherry MS, which is really, really good. And then, of course as strawberry, Kiwi ones. But you're another that say school flavored one. And then every time they crave a cigarette do two things. Take an ounce of those minerals out with the minerals, and then cut the cigarette and a half and just make half a cigarette. Okay. And then you know in a in about a week or two every time they crave a cigarette again, taken out minerals and cut that half a cigarette and having so they're only smoking quarter of a cigarette. Just cutting it down to six weeks, four to six weeks, usually author as cigarettes, but they got to carry the minerals with them. So every time they smell some smoke and they, they want and crave a cigarette they still have to take their to their minerals, and it won't be long. They won't be addicted to tobacco. What are the minerals do for them? Okay. Well, the people who get onto whether cigarettes are drugs, and I mean, I dealt a lot with this, okay? With the drugs of because I was using drugs are extremely powerful like these opioids that are fifty thousand times that opium, some dealing with fifteen thousand pound, elephants, and six thousand pound rhino, and to keep the darts down to the size. You know, tranquilizer darts down to the size of AAA batteries had use these high concentration drugs. So I, I have a lot of experience with things. And when people get hooked on them is because they're deficient in minerals. And this causes a behavior called pica craves things people just say, just eating the five thousand calorie meals. I don't know why. But I'm looking for something, and sim some people trip on to an extra servings of things, we'll have to desserts, and some people try drugs and some people try tobacco to try and satisfy this craving is caused by a nutritional deficiency of minerals. And so we give them minerals, and you're satisfying, this craving called pica. He I see and then is very easy to get them off smoking. And then they actually get their hit in the, you know, the first couple of puffs, and so they really don't need smoke. The whole cigarette so cut them in half and then cut them into quarters, then cut it down to ten percent. And. Very quickly. They'll be able to get the author cigarettes. Jason's other question doc a LS the Lou Gehrig. A muscular issue isn't it? It's Lou Gehrig's disease brain issues. Very is very closely related to Parkinson's disease, MS Alzheimer's disease, not necessarily Alzheimer's disease, but there could be a little dementia socio with it. Lou. Gehrig's disease is actually a physical thing, and it depends on what part of the brain is more severely affected by this deficiency. I'm gonna talk about what these you get because it's all the same disease, actually have a CD out, Georgia, everybody needs to listen to this, including those person who has the us is called a stick of butter day keeps the doctor way stick of butter day case it Acharya..

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"When you're on to try to shut down the server, but you guys are tough dock. You've got those servers. I really cook these days. Yeah. We got a great team or so very proud of them. And, you know, you have a lot of followers. And so when you allow us to share information with people, they are busy. They sure are how significant is fish oil of the omega 's well, you'll make is very, very important. There's nutrients essential fatty acids important for cell wall health, but also for some very interesting stuff. Let's see here, how going to put this, there's one of the one of the most terrible baby diseases caused bigotry essential fatty as deficient called asthma. That's right. It's horrible. And also there's a positive sweat test people get when they have cirrhosis and they, they call that genetic marker. But it's really not a genetic marker, you know, I am the guy that found the first non human cases cigarillos back in nineteen seventy seven in a monkey, your he's probably center and did biopsies and the other monkeys facility of who are not related to it at the same age. Twenty four of them. They all had the same city roses biopsy pancreases livers and found that it was an environmental thing. They were deficient in nutrients, which is causing the roses genetic marker is caused by deficiency. It will make it threes. And so it's not really a genetic marker, I can give a city vibe roses patient these omega threes. Intravenously in twenty four hours of have a positive sweating rather genetic Margaret goes away. They take it early in two weeks. Genetic marker will go away and asthma so. Easy to get rid of, and one of the markers of it is people get rose Asia. They get eggs ima dermatitis. And this is also essential fatty has deficiencies. That's why our basic pets contains the omega threes from both plants and fish oils. And so we, we kind of cover all the bases there. So we're getting you'll make it three sixes and nine and it prevents enormous amount of unnecessary. Misery saves lives. I've had so many people who were told they were terminal with these respiratory problems, and so forth. And we get him on the ninety cents insurance. You know, like the hell dependent heart pack, and so forth, and it's got the omega trees both from fish and the plants and within weeks. They're, they're respiratory problems, the way they had all their lives and it's just life saving. So I believe I'm gonna see you maybe, I think, in October in Chicago, by the way. Chicago. Let's go to Jason and Chicago right now. Hey Jay, go ahead. Hi, can you hear me? Okay. Yep. Sure, can thanks for having me on. I had two questions regarding my sister and my friend. Okay. But I wanna make a real kind of fast. I know the backs only on once a month, but maybe he could come on, on shorter intervals and talk about his animal the animals because he helps them to I thought that'd be great idea. But my question is my sister. Smokes really bad. And my cousin has had a LS since he was about nineteen or twenty and he's about forty five. Now they LS Lou Gehrig's disease. He's in California. I just wondered if there was anything that could be done for him in terms of your sister was smoking with what the symptoms says she showing. The smoking. Yeah. Well, she, you know, she costs, you know, Hex all the time. And I'm she's been smoking forever. You know where she's my twin sister, we're about fifty and she's been smoking since teenage and she just I quit smoking, and I mean, she just smokes a few packs a day. It's just like you know, geez, it's going to catch up with doc. Let's address that first, the smoking episode smoking shirt, that's actually quite easy to get people to quit smoking. But they have to want to quit and what they have to do is carry with him, one of her bottles of minerals. Okay. This is in addition to the healthy brain and heart pack. They get the ninety Cincinnati get the basic nutrition and all our tissues. They need to in addition to that, which, you know, you divide up your dose, based on your body, we'd have in the morning for breakfast and have dinner time during the day they want to carry with them. The plain flavored ones. I personally like, then we have the cherry men's, which is really, really good. And then, of course as strawberry, Kiwi ones that you're another that say school flavored one, and then every time they create a cigarette do two things. Take an ounce of those minerals. Out the minerals, and then cut the cigarette and a half and just mock half a cigarette. Okay. And then you know in a in about a week or two. Every time they crave a cigarette again, taken out, minerals and cut that half a cigarette and having so they're only smoking a quarter of a cigarette. Just cutting it down to six weeks, four to six weeks, usually author as cigarettes, but they gotta carry the minerals with them. So every time they smell some smoke and they, they want to crave a cigarette they still have to take their to their minerals, and it won't be long. They won't be addicted to tobacco. Okay. Well, the people who get onto cigarettes are drugs, and I mean I dealt a lot with this. Okay. With the drugs, because those using drugs are extremely powerful like these opioids that are fifty thousand times putting that opium dealing with fifteen thousand pound elephants, and six thousand pound rhino, and to keep the darts down to the size. You know, tranquilizer darts down to the size of AAA batteries ahead, use these high concentration drugs, so I, I have a lot of experience with these things. And when people get hooked on them is because they're deficient in minerals. And this causes a behavior called pica, they craved, things, people just say, just eating the five thousand calorie meals. I don't know why. But. Looking for something, and sim some people trip on to an extra servings of things have to desserts, and some people try drugs and some people try tobacco to try and says this craving is caused by a nutritional deficiency of minerals, and so we give them minerals, and you're satisfying, this craving called pica p I see. And then it's very easy to get them all to smoking. And then they actually get their hit in the, you know, the first couple of puffs is they really don't need to smoke the whole cigarette, so cut them in half and then cut them into quarters, then cut it down to ten percent. And. Very quickly. They'll be able to get author cigarettes. Jason's other question, doc a LS Garrett. Muscular issue isn't it? It's Lou Gehrig's disease brain issues. Very is very closely related to Parkinson's disease, MS Alzheimer's disease, not necessarily Alzheimer's disease, but there could be a little dementia socio with Lou. Gehrig's disease is actually a physical thing, and it depends on what part of the brain is more severely affected by this deficiency. I'm gonna talk about what as you get because it's all the same disease actually have a CD out George, everybody needs to listen to see he'd, including this person who has the us is called a stick of butter day keeps the doctor way the stick of butter day case it accurate. So this guy, he's got the A-List needs to take three to.

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm she's smoking forever. You know where she's my twin sister were about fifty. She's been smoking since teenage and I mean, and she just I quit smoking, and I mean, she just smokes few packs a day, just like you know, geez, it's going to catch up with doc. Let's address that, first the smoking episode shirt, that's actually quite easy to get people to quit smoking, but they have to want to quit and what they have to do is carry with them. One of her bottles of minerals. Okay, this is in addition to the healthy brain and heart pack. They get the ninety cents to get the basic nutrition and all our tissues. They need to in addition to that. But, you know you divide up your does based on your body, we'd have in the morning for breakfast and having dinner time during the day, they wanna carry with them, a bottle of plain unfavored wonders. I personally like then we have. The cherry men's which is really, really good. And then, of course as strawberry Kiwi ones, which are another that say school flavored one. And then every time they crave a cigarette do two things. Take an ounce of those minerals announced the minerals, and then cut the cigarette and a half and just half a cigarette. Okay. And then you know in a in about a week or two every time they crave a cigarette again, take announcing minerals and cut that half a cigarette and having so they're only smoking a quarter of a cigarette. Just keep cutting it down to six weeks. Four to six weeks or usually author as cigarettes. They gotta carry the minerals with them. So every time they smell some smoke and they, they want and crave a cigarette they still have to take their onto their minerals, and it won't be long. They won't be addicted to tobacco. What are the minerals do for them? Okay. Well, the people who get onto whether cigarettes are drugs, and I mean, I a lot with this okay with the drugs of because using drugs are extremely powerful like these opioids that are fifty thousand times, where opium some dealing with fifteen thousand pound, elephants, and six thousand pound rhino, and to keep the darts down to the size. You know, tranquilizer darts out of the size of AAA batteries had use these high concentration drugs. So I, I have a lot of experience with these things. And when people get hooked on them is to 'cause they're deficient in minerals. And this caused a behavior called pica craves things people just say, just eating the five thousand calorie meals. I don't know why. But I'm looking for something, and sim some people trip on to an extra servings of things will have to desserts, and some people try drugs and some people try tobacco to try and satisfy this craving is caused by a nutritional deficiency of minerals. And so we give them minerals, and you're satisfying, this craving called pike. He I see and then is very easy to get them off smoking, and they actually get their hit in the, you know, the first couple of clubs and so they really don't need smoke. The whole cigarette so cut them in half and then cut them into quarters, then cut it down to ten percent. And. They're very quickly. They'll be able to get author cigarettes. Jason's other question doc a LS the Lou Gehrig. Muscular issue isn't it? It's Lou Gehrig's disease brain issues. Very is very closely related to Parkinson's disease. MS alzheimer's. Not necessarily Alzheimer's disease, but there could be a little dementia, socio with Lou. Gehrig's disease is actually a physical thing, and it depends on what part of the brain is more severely affected by this deficiency. I'm gonna talk about what you get because it's all the same disease actually have a CD, Georgia. Everybody needs to listen to this, the including those person who has the ales is called a stick of butter day keeps the doctor way stick of butter day cases accurate. So this guy got the A-List needs to take.

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"When you're on to try to shut down the server, but you guys are tough dock. You've got those servers. I really cook these days. Yeah. We got a great team or so very proud of them. And, you know, you have a lot of followers. And so when you allow us to share information with people, they are busy. They, they sure are how significant is fish oil of the omega 's well, you'll make is very, very important. They're essential nutrients essential fatty acids are important for cell wall health, but also for some very interesting stuff. Let's see here going to put this. There's one of the one of the most terrible baby diseases caused bigotry essential fatty as deficient called asthma. Oh, that's right. It's horrible. And also, there's a positive sweat test, people get when they have city roses. And they, they call that the genetic marker, but it's really not a genetic marker, you know, I am the guy that found the first non human cases is back in nineteen seventy seven in a monkey at your primate center and did biopsies, and the other monkeys in episode of who are not related to the same age twenty four of them. They all had the same city roses. Biopsy pancreases livers and found that it was an environmental thing. They were deficient in nutrients, which is causing the singer, the genetic marker is caused by deficiency. It will make it threes. And so is that really genetic marker, I can give a civic vibe roses patient these omega threes. Intravenously in twenty four hours won't have a positive anymore, genetic Margaret goes away. They take it early in two weeks or genetic marker will go away. And asthma so easy to get rid of, and one of the markers of it is people get rose Asia. They get extra dermatitis. And this is also to make it three essential fatty as deficiencies. That's why our basic packs contains the omega threes from both plants and fish oils. And so we, we kind of cover all the bases. There's or getting the omega three sixes and nine and. Prevents enormous amount of unnecessary. Misery saves lives. I've had so many people who were told they were terminal with these respiratory problems, and so forth, and we get him on the ninety cents neutrons like the Hildebrand and heart pack, and so forth and has got the omega threes both from the fish oils and the plants and within weeks. They're, they're respiratory problems. Go away. They had all their lives, and it's just a lifesaving believe I'm gonna see you maybe, I think, in October in Chicago, by the way. Okay, we love. It was great place, Chicago. Let's go to Jason and Chicago right now. Hey Jay, go ahead. Hi, can you hear me? Okay. Yep. Sure, can thanks for having me on. I had two questions regarding a my sister and my friend. Okay. I wanted to make a real fast. I know the bucks only on once a month, but maybe he could come on, on shorter intervals and talk about his animal the animals because he helps them to I, I thought that'd be great idea. But my question is my sister, smokes really bad. And my cousin has had a LS since he was about nineteen or twenty and he's about forty five now they OS Lou Gehrig's disease. In california. I just wondered if there was anything that could be done for him in terms of your sister was smoking with what the symptoms says she showing. The smoking. Yeah. Well, she, you know, she costs, you know, Hex all the time, and she's been smoking forever. You know where she's my twin sister where about fifty and she's been smoking since teenage and I mean, and she just I quit smoking, and I mean, she just smokes few packs a day. It's just like you know, geez, it's going to catch up with doc. Let's address that first, the smoking episode smoking shirt, that's actually quite easy to get people to quit smoking, but they have to want to quit and what they have to do is carry with them. One of her bottles of minerals. Okay, this is in addition to the healthy brain and heart pack. They get the ninety cents to get the basic nutrition and all our tissues. They need to in addition to that. But, you know you divide up your dose based on your body with half in the morning for breakfast and have dinner time during the day they wanna carry with them a bottle of minerals. It'd be the plane unfavored ones that I personally like then we have. The cherry MS, which is really, really good. And then, of course as strawberry, Kiwi ones. What you're another tasteful flavored one. And then every time they crave a cigarette do two things. Take an ounce of those minerals thinking onto the minerals and then cut the cigarette and a half and just half the cigarette. Okay. And then you know in a in about a week or two every time they crave a cigarette, again, taking out minerals and cut that half a cigarette and having so they're only smoking a quarter of a cigarette. Just cutting it down to six weeks. Four to six weeks or usually author as cigarettes, but they got to carry the minerals with them. So every time they smell some smoke and they, they want crave a cigarette they still have to take their out of their minerals, and it won't be long. They won't be addicted to tobacco. What are the minerals do for them? Okay. Well, the people who get onto whether cigarettes or drugs and I mean I dealt a lot with this. Okay. With the drugs because I was using drugs, or extremely powerful like these opioids that are fifty thousand times we're both an opium, some dealing with fifteen thousand pound, elephants, and six thousand pound rhino, and to keep the darts down to the size. You know, tranquilizer darts down to the size of Tripoli berries had to use these high concentration drugs. So I have a lot of experience with these things. And when people get hooked on them is because they're deficient in minerals. And this causes a behavior called pica, the craves things people just say, just eating the five thousand calorie meals. I don't know why. But I'm looking for something and sim. Some people trip on to an extra servings of things will have to desserts, and some people try drugs. Some people try tobacco to try and satisfy this craving is caused by a nutritional deficiency of minerals. And so we give them minerals, and you're satisfying, this craving called pike. He I see and then is very easy to get them off smoking. And then they actually get their hit in the, you know, the first couple of clubs and so they really don't need to smoke the whole cigarette so cut them in half and then cut them into quarters and cut it down to ten percent. And the really quickly. They'll be able to get author cigarettes. Jason's other question doc a LS the Lou Gehrig. Grow cents, muscular issue, isn't it? It's Lou Gehrig's disease brain issues. Very is very closely related to Parkinson's disease. MS alzheimer's. Not necessarily Alzheimer's disease, but there could be a little dementia, socio with Lou. Gehrig's disease is actually a physical thing, and it depends on what part of the brain is more severely affected by this deficiency. I'm gonna talk about what you get because it's all the same disease actually have a CD, Georgia. Everybody needs to listen to this EDS, including this person who has the Ehlo's is called a stick of butter day keeps the doctor way the stick of butter day Dockery. So this guy got the A-List needs to take three to.

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:48 min | 2 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on WTVN

"When you're on to try to shut down the server, but you guys tough dock. You've got those servers. I really cook these days. Yeah. We got a great team or so very proud of them. And, you know, you have a lot of followers. And so when you allow us to share information with people, they are busy. They sure are how significant is fish oil of the omega 's, well, Megan's are very, very important. They're essential nutrients essential fatty as important for cell wall health, but also for some very interesting stuff. Let's see here. How can put this? There's one of the one of the most terrible baby diseases caused bigotry essential fatty, as deficient asthma. That's right. It's horrible. And also, there's this as positive sweat test, people get when they have roses. And they, they call that the genetic marker. But it's really not a genetic marker, you know, I am the guy that found the first non human cases says he says back in nineteen seventy seven in a monkey at your primate center and did biopsies and the other monkeys emphasis is who are not related to it. But the same age twenty four of them. They all had the same cincy Grosso's biopsy pancreases livers and found that it was an environmental thing. They were deficient in nutrients bushes, causing the singer BRUCE'S genetic marker is caused by deficiency. It will make it threes. And so is that really a genetic marker, I can give sitting vibrio says patient these omega threes. Intravenously in twenty four hours. They won't have a positive sweat test, genetic Margaret goes away. They take it early in two weeks. Surgeon marker will go away. And asthma so easy to get rid of, and one of the markers of it is people get rose Asia. They get eggs dermatitis. And this is also essential fatty as deficiencies says why our basic packs contains the omega threes from both plants and fish oils. And so we, we kind of cover all the bases. There's we're getting your mega three sixes and nine and. Prevents enormous amount of unnecessary. Misery, saves lives has so many people who were told they were terminal with these respiratory problems, and so forth. And we get them on the ninety cents an creams. They held their heart pack and so forth and has got the omega trees both from the fish oils and the plants and within weeks they're, they're respiratory problems way had all their life, and it's just life saving. So I believe I'm gonna see you may be I think, in October in Chicago, by the way. Okay, great place, Chicago. Let's go to Jason and Chicago right now. Hey Jay, go ahead. Hi, can you hear me? Okay. Yep. Sure, can thanks for having me on. I had two questions regarding a my sister and my friend. Okay. I wanted to make a real fast. I know the backs only on once a month, but maybe he come on, on shorter intervals and talk about his animal the animals because he helps them to I, I just thought that'd be great idea. But my question is my sister, smokes really bad. And my cousin has had a LS since he was about nineteen or twenty and he's about forty five now. Now a OS Lou Gehrig's disease. He's in California. I just wondered if there was anything that could be done for him in terms of your sister with smoking, with what symptom says she showing. The smoking. Yeah. Well, she, you know, she coughs you know, Hex all the time, and I'm she's smoking forever. You know where she's my twin sister where about fifty and she's been smoking since teenage and I mean, and she just I quit smoking, and I mean, she just smokes few packs a day, it's just like you know, geez, it's going to catch up with. We'll address that first, the smoking episode smoking shirt, that's actually quite easy to get people to quit smoking. But they have to want to quit and what they have to do is carry with him, one of her bottles of minerals. Okay. This is in addition to the healthy brain and heart pack, they get the ninety cents nutrients, get the basic nutrition and all our tissues. They need to in addition to that, you know, you divide up your does based on your body, half in the morning for breakfast and having dinner time during the day they want to carry with them. Plane on flavored ones. I personally like, then we have the cherry men's, which is really, really good. And then, of course as strawberry, Kiwi ones that you're another. That's flavored one. And then every time they create a cigarette do two things. Take an ounce of those minerals taking onto the minerals and then cut the cigarette and a half and just half a cigarette. Okay. And then you know in a in about a week or two every ten crave a cigarette again, take out minerals and cut that half a cigarette and having so they're only smoking a quarter of a cigarette. Just cutting it down to six weeks, four to six weeks, usually author as cigarettes. They gotta carry the minerals with them. So every time they smell some smoke and they, they want and crave a cigarette they still have to take their to their minerals, and it won't be long. They won't be addicted to tobacco minerals, do for them. Okay. Well, the people who get onto cigarettes are drugs, and I mean, I dealt a lot with this, okay? With the drugs of because those using drugs, or extremely powerful like these opioids that are fifty thousand times, where opium some dealing with fifteen thousand pound, elephants, and six thousand pound rhino, and to keep the dodge down to the size. You know, tranquilizer darts down to the size of Tripoli berries use these high concentration drugs. So I have a lot of experience with these things. And when people get hooked on them is because they're deficient in minerals. And this causes a behavior called pica, the craves things people say, just eating a five thousand calorie meals. I don't know why. But I'm looking for something and sim. Some people trip on to an extra servings of things will have to desserts, and some people try drugs and some people try tobacco to try and show. This craving is caused by a nutritional deficiency of minerals. And so we give them minerals, and you're satisfying, this craving called pike. He I see and then is very easy to get them off smoking. And then they actually get their hit in the, you know, the first couple of puffs is they really don't need smoke. The whole cigarette so cut them in half and then cut them into quarters, then cut it down to ten percent. And. Very quickly. They'll be able to get author cigarettes. Jason's other question doc a LS the Lou Gehrig. Muscular issue isn't it? It's Lou Gehrig's disease you brain issues. Very is very closely related to Parkinson's disease. MS alzheimer's. Not necessarily Alzheimer's disease, but there could be a little dementia, socio with Lou. Gehrig's disease is actually a physical thing, and it depends on what part of the brain is more severely affected by this deficiency. I'm gonna talk about what you get because it's all the same disease, actually have a CD out, Georgia. Everybody needs listen to this, including this person who has the ales. Is called a stick of butter day keeps the doctor way stick of butter day case it accurately. So this guy got the A-List needs to take.

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"When you're on to try to shut down the server, but you guys are tough dock. You've got those servers. I really cook these days. Yeah. We got a great team or so very proud of them. And, you know, you have a lot of followers. And so when you allow us to share information with your people, they are busy. They, they sure are how significant is fish oil of the omega 's is very, very important. Their central nutrients essential fatty acids important for cell wall health, but also far as very interesting stuff. Let's see here, how going to put this, there's one of the one of the most terrible baby diseases caused bigotry essential fatty acid deficiencies called asthma. That's right. It's horrible. And also there's a positive sweat test people get when they have Rose's, and they, they call that genetic marker. But it's really not a genetic marker, you know, I am the guy found the first non human cases cirrhosis back in nineteen seventy seven in a monkey. You're probably center, and biopsies and the other monkeys emphasis of who are not related to the same age twenty four of them. They all had the same city roses biopsy pancreases livers and found that it was an environmental thing deficient in nutrients, which is causing the genetic marker is caused by deficiency. It will make it threes. And so it's not really a genetic marker, I can give a sitting vibe roses patient these omega threes. Intravenously in twenty four hours. They won't have a pot of testing their genetic Margaret goes away. They take it early in two weeks. Genetic marker will go away and asthma so easy to get rid of, and one of the markers of people get rose Asia. They get eggs dermatitis. And this is also essential fatty as deficiencies. That's why our basic packs contains the omega threes from both plants and fish oils. And so we, we kind of cover all the bases there. So we're getting make it three six nine and prevents enormous amount of unnecessary misery saves lives. I've had so many people who were told they were terminal with these respiratory problems, and so forth, and we get him on the ninety cents an occurrence. You know, like they held her heart pack and so forth, and it's got the omega trees both from fficials and the plants and within weeks, they're, they're respiratory problems way. They had all their lives, and it's just a life saving. So I believe I'm gonna see you maybe, I think, in October in Chicago, by the way. Chicago. Let's go to Jason and Chicago right now. Hey Jay, go ahead. Hi, can you hear me? Okay. Yep. Sure, can thanks for having me on. I had two questions regarding my sister and my friend. Okay. I wanna to make a real kind of fast. I know the backs only on once a month, but maybe he come on, on shorter intervals and talk about his anima the animals because he helps them to I thought that big idea. But my question is my sister. Smokes really bad. And my cousin has had a S since he was about nineteen or twenty and he's about forty five now. L S Lou Gehrig's disease. In california. I just wondered if there was anything that could be done for him, then in terms of your sister was smoking with what symptom says she showing. The smoke game. Yeah. Well, you know, she costs, you know, hacks all the time, and I'm she's smoking forever. You know where she's my twin sister where about fifty and she's been smoking since teenage and she just I quit smoking, and I mean, she just smokes a few packs a day. It's just like you know, it's going to catch up with will address that first smoking episode smoking shirt. That's actually quite easy to get people to quit smoking. But they have to want to quit and what they have to do is carry with him, one of our minerals. Okay. This is in addition to the healthy brain and heart pack, they get the ninety cents, get the basic nutrition and all our tissues. They need to in addition to that. But, you know you divide up your dose based on your body, half in the morning for breakfast and have dinner time during the day they wanna carry with them. The plane on flavored ones. I personally like, then we have the cherry men's, which is really, really good. And then, of course, the strawberry, Kiwi ones that say school flavored one, and then every time they create a cigarette do two things. Take an ounce of those minerals. Ounce. The minerals and cut the cigarette and a half and smoke. A cigarette. Okay. And then you know in a in about a week or two. Every time they crave a cigarette, again, taking out minerals and cut that half a cigarette and having so they're only smoking a quarter of a cigarette. Just cutting it down to six weeks, four to six weeks, usually author as cigarettes. They gotta carry the minerals with them. So every time they smell some smoke and they, they want crave a cigarette they still have to take their to their minerals, and it won't be long. They won't be addicted to tobacco minerals, do for them. Okay. Well, the people who get onto whether cigarettes are drugs, and I mean I dealt a lot with this. Okay. With the drugs, because using drugs are extremely powerful like these opioids that are fifty thousand times where opium dealing with fifteen thousand pound elephants in six thousand pound rhino. And to keep the darts down to the size. You know, tranquilizer darts out of the size of Tripoli Barry had to use these high concentration drugs. So I, I have a lot of experience with things. And when people get hooked on them is because they're deficient in minerals. And this causes a behavior called pica, they craved things people say, I've eaten the five thousand calorie meals, I don't know why. But I'm looking for something and sim. Some people trip on to an extra servings of things have to desserts, and some people try drugs and some people try tobacco to try and satisfy this craving is caused by a nutritional deficiency of minerals, and so we give them minerals and. And you're satisfying, this craving called pica p I c and then it's very easy to get them the smoking, and then they actually get their hit in the first couple of puffs, and they really don't need to smoke the whole cigarette, so cut them in half. And then cut them into quarters, then cut it down to ten percent and they're very quickly. They'll be able to get author cigarettes. Jason's other question, doc a LS Garrett. Muscular issue isn't it? It's Lou Gehrig's disease brain issues. Very is very closely related to Parkinson's disease. MS alzheimer's. Not necessarily Alzheimer's disease, but there could be a little dementia, socio with Lou. Gehrig's disease is actually a physical thing, and it depends on what part of the brain is more severely affected by this deficiency. I'm gonna talk about what did as you get because it's all the same disease and actually have a CD out. Judge everybody needs to listen to this, the, including this person who has the ale is called a stick of butter day keeps the doctor way, a stick of butter day case it accurate. So this guy got the A-List needs to take three to four eight three times a day..

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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11:05 min | 2 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Inherent rank and hierarchy of body worthiness. Fat phobia. The irrational fear of hoagies, fat phobia. The irrational fear of big plate of meatballs. She makes a very basic argument. The argument is children are too young to consent. And so if you restrict their diet, you cook them broccoli instead of fried chicken or. Something they are too young to consent to having to eat the broccoli instead of the fried chicken. Therefore, what you're doing to your child by putting him on a diet is is the same thing as if you were sexually abusing your child. That's what this woman says. Okay. Let's try to take that idea to its logical conclusion if the child is too young to consent. Okay. We can't we can't put them on a diet is your child. Also too young to decide that he's transgender is your child also too young. If he's too young to go on a diet is he too young to be injected with a bunch of hormones, and is he too young to be injected with a bunch of puberty blockers. And is he too young to be treated as though he were of the other biological sex and castrated, according to this woman's argument. The child is too young to consent to eating broccoli. But he's perfectly fine consenting to being castrated. Is that right? How about let's take an even more to the extreme. What's apply? The logic of the fat sex therapist to abortion. Child too young to consent to eat broccoli, not too young to be killed the little baby in the womb is certainly too young to consent and in so much that little baby can consent, by the way. There's plenty of evidence that the baby is fighting back against his abortion. The baby is fighting back. It went when the abortion is happening. The baby is trying not to be killed. So in so much as a baby can have consent. Certainly the baby is not consenting to being killed. But but just to use her point any child any baby is too young to consent to anything. So it's wrong to put the kid on a diet. But it's not wrong to inject him full form months, and it's not wrong to kill him. Is that right? Okay. It actually this argument is even crazier because it ignores what a child is. So a child let's say it's a fat child. The parents want to put the child on a diet. It's not as though the child is making its own food children. Typically, don't go out to the grocery store and buy their own groceries and come home and prepare their own meals. Do they know because it's a child. So usually the parents for the child make him his dinner and some parents have the kid by lunch at school. So either the parents or the government is already making the meals for the child. Now, if the child is too young to consent to having a diet to eating broccoli. Isn't the child also too young to consent to eating fried chicken all day long? If the child is too young to consent to having a restricted calorie diet, then how come he's old enough to have a giant calorie diet d- having a four or five thousand calorie diet. The child says he wants to eat chocolate all day long. And apparently, if the parents say, no, you can't eat chocolate all day long that is a quivalent to sexual abuse. That's what this woman is saying because diets are fat phobic. The woman says when she goes on a diet, she feels that it's an assault on her body. Yeah. Welcome to the club. Nobody likes going on a diet diets don't feel good. We just got out of lent lent as the penitential season before Easter a lot of people a lot of Christians restrict their diets during lent as a spiritual discipline. They don't do it. Because it feels great. They're doing it because it's a spiritual discipline. Forget about religion. Let's say you just feel like you're a little too heavy. Now your belt is feeling a little too tight. So you decide to skip a few meals every now and again, you don't do that. Because it feels great you do that. Because it's good. It's better for your health. But this woman says that's fat. Phobia, L phobia is an irrational fear. There's nothing irrational about wanting to protect your health. I don't wanna make fun of this woman's appearance. She's the one who calls herself fat, and she is she's morbidly obese. And when she's giving this lecture, by the way, she's not standing up at a podium. She is sitting down, and she's not even sitting down on a little stool. She's sitting down on a big comfy armchair, which is to make her point that you shouldn't have to exercise you shouldn't have to restrict your diet. You shouldn't have to try to be healthy. If you try to do any of those things that's oppressive. That's wrong. That's an irrational fear. Fat phobia. The irrational fear of good health. I guess the irrational fear of bad health. The rational thing is to want. Good health where this comes from. This is the logical conclusion of the left which is that objective. Truth cannot exist. Nobody is objectively unhealthy. Nobody is objectively healthy. There's just subjective feeling there isn't just this feeling of I'm fat. And I don't want to change something about my life, therefore, objectively. Therefore, objectively all that matters is my feeling health fat phobic. I was at Cal State Los Angeles last night. The students told me that their new diversity training manual is is about two inches thick. And it includes all of these various conditions orientations. And all these made up words, like fat phobia. They told me that in one of their diversity and inclusion manuals being DSM is now considered a sexual orientation. Sado masochism is a sexual orientation. Every desire every impulse is now to be indulged. This is just hedonism. This is the moral conclusion that if it feels good you should do it. You can't actually have an argument. You can't actually go anywhere with that. I think people look at that clip. And they say, Nope. That's a step too far. Okay. If that's a step too, far, if a big fat woman saying that diets are the same thing as rape if that's a step too far. Then how about we go all the way back to that premise, which prioritises feelings over facts, I think people are starting to wake up to this. And I point to none other no other than the lunatic leftist share as an example of this even share as far left as they come is becoming woke share tweeted out the other day after Bernie Sanders endorsed letting terrorists and rapists vote in prison. She tweeted out this Bernie Sanders really believe people in prison who are murderers, rapists, child. Molesters Boston bombers still deserve the right to vote. Yes. He does. He does believe that why. Because of the left's ideology of oppression. Mark my words the left believes that the Boston bomber was oppressed. The left believes that the Boston bomber was forced to do what he did because society oppressed him don't take my word for it at the time that that awful bombing happened. There was a major cover in Rolling Stone that made him look like he was Jim Morrison, and in that article it said we're going to examine the society that failed him the society failed him not his own free will not as own agency. Not as choices. Not as completely messed up morality. No, no, it was society. Society oppressed him, therefore, he had no choice, but to blow up a marathon and kill a lot of innocent people. That's only had to do. And so the logic. Bernie Sanders makes perfect sense under those premises under those premises. If society has failed these people impress press them, of course, they should vote. They should vote twice. According to the logic of Bernie Sanders, according to the logic of the phobias and the oppression. That Boston marathon bomber should have more votes than you. Or I do we're not oppressed. We've got privilege we've got not being in jail privilege. He's got in jail privilege. He should have multiple votes. Share had previously tweeted this out on the question of sanctuary cities. She said I understand helping struggling immigrants, but my city Los Angeles isn't taking care of its own. What about the fifty thousand plus citizens who live on the streets? People who live below the poverty line in her hungry. If my state can't take care of its own many veterans, how can it take care of more? Right. Of course. But think about the logic that got the left to this point where the left is now endorsing open borders where the left is now declaring sanctuary cities. The logic is that these people even people outside the United States have been oppressed by the United States, and therefore they are entitled to cross into our country illegally. We have all this privilege. You see and they have been oppressed. So we owe it to them to come into this country illegally. Now, this never acknowledges that the United States has the most generous immigration regime in the history of the world. We take in four times as many immigrants annually as the second most generous country with regard to immigration one out of every five global immigrants in the world lives in the United States. We take in basically anybody, but it's not enough because according to the logic of the left, the United States has done something wrong society has done something wrong. We don't exactly know what they'll tell us that later, and therefore we need to give away everything that we have to everybody else. Therefore, we need to give away the right to vote. Therefore, we can't ever tell anybody. What to do? Therefore, we can't even acknowledge objective reality. Therefore, we can't even raise our own children because it's child abuse if children can't consent. And therefore, we can't put them on the diet. What can we put them on? What can we tell them to do? How do you raise children in that kind of society? They don't have answers to that. They don't have answers to the contradictions here. What this kind of victim ideology is is nothing more than a cudgel. It's not logical. It's not coherent. It is nothing more than a cudgel. That tells you you awful privileged conservative to shut up, and let us do whatever we want. And if what we're saying doesn't make sense. You can't tell us. It doesn't make sense. You don't understand our oppression? You don't understand our victimhood? So shut up and let us impose our subjective. Feelings on reality. A lot more craziness from the twenty twenty Democrats. Lot of bad news from the campaign trail can't wait to get to it. We'll get to it after just a very quick break. I am Michael Knowles filling in for the Ben Shapiro show. Stick around we.

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

10:54 min | 2 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"There was an inherent rank and hierarchy of body worthiness. Fat phobia. The irrational fear of hoagies, fat phobia. The irrational fear of big plate of meatballs. She makes a very basic argument. The argument is children are too young to consent. And so if you restrict their diet, you cook them broccoli instead of fried chicken or something they are too young to consent to having to eat the broccoli instead of the fried chicken. Therefore, what you're doing to your child by putting him on a diet is is the same thing as if he were sexually abusing your child. That's what this woman says. Okay. Let's try to take that idea to its logical conclusion if the child is too young to consent. Okay. We can't we can't put them on a diet is your child. Also too young to decide that he's transgender is your child also too young. If he's too young to go on a diet is he too young to be injected with a bunch of hormones, and is he too young to be injected with a bunch of puberty blockers. And is he too young to be treated as though he were of the other biological sex and castrated, according to this woman's argument. The child is too young to consent to eating broccoli. But he's perfectly fine consenting to being castrated. Is that right? How about let's take an even more to the extreme. What's apply? The logic of the fat sex therapist to abortion. Child too young to consent to eat broccoli, not too young to be killed the little baby in the womb is certainly too young to consent and insomuch that little baby can consent, by the way. There's plenty of evidence that the baby is fighting back against his abortion. The baby is fighting back. It went when the abortion is happening. The baby is trying not to be killed. So in so much as a baby can have consent. Certainly the baby is not consenting to being killed. But but just to use her point any child any baby is too young to consent to anything. So it's wrong to put the kid on a diet. But it's not wrong to inject him full of four months, and it's not wrong to kill him. Is that right? Okay. It actually this argument is even crazier because it ignores what a child is so child let's say it's a fetch old the parents want to put the child on a diet. It's not as though the child is making its own food children. Typically, don't go out to the grocery store and buy their own groceries and come home and prepare their own meals. Do they know because it's a child. So usually the parents for the child make him his dinner and some parents have the kid by lunch at school. So I knew the parents or the government is already making the meals for the child. Now, if the child is too young to consent to having a diet to eating broccoli. Isn't the child also too young to consent to eating fried chicken all day long? If the child is too young to consent to having a restricted calorie diet, then how come he's old enough to have a giant calorie diet, damning four or five thousand calorie diet. The child says he wants to eat chocolate all day long. And apparently, if the parents say, no, you can't eat chocolate all day long that is a quivalent to sexual abuse. That's what this woman is saying because diets are fat phobic. The woman says when she goes on a diet, she feels that it's an assault on her body. Yeah. Welcome to the club. Nobody likes going on a diet diets don't feel good. We just got out of lent lent as the penitential season before Easter a lot of people a lot of Christians restrict their diets during lent as a spiritual discipline. They don't do it. Because it feels great. They're doing it because it's a spiritual discipline. Forget about religion. Let's say you just feel like you're a little too heavy. Now, your belt is feeling a little too tight see decide to skip a few meals every now and again, you don't do that. Because it feels great you do that. Because it's good. It's better for your health. But this woman says that's fat. Phobia, L phobia is an irrational fear. There's nothing irrational about wanting to protect your health. I don't wanna make fun of this woman's appearance. She's the one who calls herself fat, and she is she's morbidly obese. And when she's giving this lecture, by the way, she's not standing up at a podium. She is sitting down, and she's not even sitting down on a little stool. She's sitting down on a big comfy armchair, which is to make her point that you shouldn't have to exercise you shouldn't have to restrict your diet. You shouldn't have to try to be healthy. If you try to do any of those things that's oppressive. That's wrong. That's an irrational fear. Fat phobia. The irrational fear of good health. I guess the irrational fear of bad health. The rational thing is to want. Good health where this comes from. This is the logical conclusion of the left which is that objective. Truth cannot exist. Nobody is objectively unhealthy. Nobody is objectively healthy. There's just subjective feeling there isn't just this feeling of I'm fat. And I don't want to change something about my life, therefore, objectively. Therefore, objectively all that matters is my feeling health is fat phobic. I was at Cal State Los Angeles last night. The students told me that their new diversity training manuals is about two inches thick. And it includes all of these various conditions orientational. And all these made up words, like fat phobia. They told me that in one of their diversity and inclusion manuals be DSM is now considered a sexual orientation. Sado masochism is a sexual orientation. Every desire every impulse is now to be indulged. This is just hedonism. This is the moral conclusion that if it feels good you should do it. You can't actually have an argument. You can't actually go anywhere with that. I think people look at that clip. And they say no that's a step too far. Okay. If that's a step too, far, if a big fat woman saying that diets are the same thing as rape if that's a step too far. Then how about we go all the way back to that premise, which prioritises feelings over facts, I think people are starting to wake up to this. And I point to none other no other than the lunatic leftist share as an example of this even share as far left as they come is becoming woke share tweeted out the other day after Bernie Sanders endorsed letting terrorists and rapists vote in prison. She tweeted out this Bernie Sanders really believe people in prison who are murderers, rapists, child. Molesters Boston bombers still deserve the right to vote. Yes. He does. He does believe that why. Because of the left's ideology of oppression. Mark my words the left believes that the Boston bomber was oppressed. The left believes that the Boston bomber was forced to do what he did because society oppressed him don't take my word for it at the time that that awful bombing happened. There was a major cover in Rolling Stone that made him look like he was Jim Morrison, and in that article it said we're going to examine the society that failed him the society failed him not his own free will not as an agency not as choices. Not as completely messed up morality. No. It was society. Society oppressed him, therefore, he had no choice, but to blow up marathon and kill a lot of innocent people. That's only had to do. And so the logic of Bernie Sanders makes perfect sense under those premises under those premises if society's failed these people impress them, of course, they should vote. They should vote twice. According to the logic. Bernie Sanders, according to the logic of the phobias and the oppression. That Boston marathon bomber should have more votes than you. Or I do we're not oppressed. We've got privilege we've got not being in jail privilege. He's got in jail privilege. He should have multiple votes. Share had previously tweeted this out on the question of sanctuary cities. She said I understand helping struggling immigrants, but my city Los Angeles isn't taking care of its own. What about the fifty thousand plus citizens who live on the streets? People who live below the poverty line in her hungry. If my state can't take care of its own many veterans, how can take care of more. Right. Of course. But think about the logic that got the left to this point where the left is now endorsing open borders where the left is now declaring sanctuary cities. The logic is that these people even people outside the United States have been oppressed by the United States, and therefore they are entitled to cross into our country illegally. We have all this privilege. You see and they have been oppressed. So we owe it to them to come into this country illegally. Now, this never acknowledged that the United States has the most generous immigration regime in the history of the world. We take in four times as many immigrants annually as the second most generous country with regard to immigration one out of every five global immigrants in the world lives in the United States. We take in basically anybody, but it's not enough you say because according to the logic of the left. The United States has done something wrong society has done something wrong. We don't exactly know what they'll tell us that later, and therefore we need to give away everything that we have to everybody else. Therefore, we need to give away the right to vote. Therefore, we can't ever tell anybody. What to do? Therefore, we can't even acknowledge objective reality. Therefore, we can't even raise our own children because it's child abuse if children can't consent. And therefore, we can't put them on the diet. What can we put them on? What can we tell them to do? How do you raise children in that kind of society? They don't have answers to that. They don't have answers to the contradictions here. What this kind of victim ideology is is nothing more than a cudgel. It's not logical. It's not coherent in his nothing more than a cudgel. That tells you you awful privileged conservative to shut up, and let us do whatever we want. And if what we're saying doesn't make sense. You can't tell us. It doesn't make sense. You don't understand our oppression? You don't understand our victimhood? So shut up and let us impose our subjective. Feelings on reality. A lot more craziness from the twenty twenty Democrats. Lot of bad news from the campaign trail can't wait to get to it. We'll get to it after just a very quick break. I am Michael Knowles filling in for the Ben Shapiro show. Stick around.

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Phobias tied into capitalism into this understanding that a system is telling us that there is an inherent rank and hierarchy of body worthiness. Fat phobia. The irrational fear of hoagies, fat phobia. The irrational fear of big plate of meatballs. She makes a very basic argument. The argument is children are too young to consent. And so if you restrict their diet, you cook them broccoli instead of fried chicken or. Something they are too young to consent to having to eat the broccoli instead of the fried chicken. Therefore, what you're doing to your child by putting him on a diet is is the same thing as if he were sexually abusing your child. That's what this woman says. Okay. Let's try to take that idea to its logical conclusion if the child is too young to consent. Okay. We can't we can't put them on a diet is your child. Also too young to decide that he's transgender is your child also too young. If he's too young to go on a diet is he too young to be injected with a bunch of hormones, and is he too young to be injected with a bunch of puberty blockers. And is he too young to be treated as though he were of the other biological sex and castrated, according to this woman's argument. The child is too young to consent to eating broccoli. But he's perfectly fine consenting to being castrated. Is that right? How about let's take an even more to the extreme. Let's apply. The logic of the fat sex therapist to abortion. Child too young to consent to eat broccoli, not too young to be killed the little baby in the womb is certainly too young to consent and insomuch as that little baby Ken consent, by the way, there's plenty of evidence that the baby is fighting back against his abortion. The baby is fighting back at went when the abortion is happening. The baby is trying not to be killed. So in so much as a baby can have consent. Certainly the baby is not consenting to being killed. But but just to use her point any child any babies too young to consent to anything. So if wrong to put the kid on a diet, but it's not wrong to inject him full of four months, and it's not wrong to kill him. Is that right? Okay. It actually this argument is even crazier because ignores what a child is so child let's say it's a fat child. The parents want to put the child on a diet. It's not as though the child is making its own food children. Typically, don't go out to the gross. Shree store and buy their own groceries and come home and prepare their own meals. Do they know because it's a child. So usually the parents for the child make him his dinner and some parents have the kid by lunch at school. So either the parents or the government is already making the meals for the child. Now, if the child is too young to consent to having a diet to eating broccoli. Isn't the child also too young to consent to eating fried chicken all day long? If the child is too young to consent to having a restricted calorie diet, then how come he's old enough to have a giant calorie diet to having four or five thousand calorie diet. The child says he wants to eat chocolate all day long. And apparently, if the parents say, no, you can't eat chocolate all day long that is a quivalent to sexual abuse. That's what this woman is saying because diets are fat phobic. The woman says when she goes on a diet, she feels that it's an assault on her body. Yeah. Welcome to the club. Nobody likes going on a diet diets don't feel good. We just got out of lent lent as the penitential season before Easter a lot of people a lot of Christians restrict their diets during lent as a spiritual discipline. They don't do it. Because it feels great. They're doing it because it's a spiritual discipline. Forget about religion. Let's say you just feel like your little too heavy. Now your belt is feeling a little too tight. So you decide to skip a few meals every now and again, you don't do that. Because it feels great you do that. Because it's good. It's better for your health. But this woman says that's fat phobia now phobia is an irrational fear. There's nothing irrational about wanting to protect your health. I don't wanna make fun of this woman's appearance. She's the one who calls herself fat, and she is she's morbidly obese. And when she's giving this lecture, by the way, she's not standing up at a podium. She is sitting down, and she's not even sitting down on a little stool. She's sitting down on a big comfy armchair, which is to make her point that you shouldn't have to exercise you shouldn't have to restrict your diet. You shouldn't have to try to be healthy. If you try to do any of those things that's oppressive. That's wrong. That's an irrational fear. Fat phobia. The irrational fear of good health. I guess or the irrational fear of bad health. The rational thing is to want. Good health where this comes from. This is the logical conclusion of the left which is that objective. Truth cannot exist. Nobody is objectively unhealthy. Nobody is objectively healthy. There's just subjective feeling there isn't just this feeling of I'm fat. And I don't want to change something about my life, therefore, objectively. Therefore, objectively all that matters is my feeling health is fat phobic. I was at Cal State Los Angeles last night. The students told me that their new diversity training manuals is about two inches thick. And it includes all of these various conditions orientations. And all these made up words, like fat phobia. They told me that in one of their diversity and inclusion manuals be DSM is now considered a sexual orientation. Sado-masochism is a sexual orientation. Every desire every impulse is now to be indulged. This is just hedonism. This is the moral conclusion that if it feels good you should do it. You can't actually have an argument. You can't actually go anywhere with that. I think people look at that clip. And they say, Nope. That's a step too far. Okay. If that's a step too, far, if a big fat woman saying that diets are the same thing as rape if that's a step too far. Then how about we go all the way back to that premise, which prioritises feelings over facts, I think people are starting to wake up to this. And I point to none other no other than the lunatic leftist share as an example of this even share as far left as they come is becoming woke share tweeted out the other day after Bernie Sanders endorsed letting terrorists and rapists vote in prison. She tweeted out this Bernie Sanders really believe people in prison who are murderers, rapists, child. Molesters Boston bombers still deserve the right to vote. Yes. He does. He does believe that why. Because of the left's ideology of oppression. Mark my words the left believes that the Boston bomber was oppressed. The left believes that the Boston bomber was forced to do what he did because society oppressed him don't take my word for it at the time that that awful bombing happened. There was a major cover in Rolling Stone that made him look like he was Jim Morrison, and in that article it said we're going to examine the society that failed him the society failed him not his own free will not his own agency. Not as choices not as completely messed up morality. No. It was society. Society oppressed him, therefore, he had no choice, but to blow up a marathon and kill a lot of innocent people. That's only had to do. And so the logic of Bernie Sanders makes perfect sense under those premises under those premises. If society is failed these people impress them. Of course, they should vote. They should vote twice. According to the logic of Bernie Sanders, according to the logic of the phobias and the oppression. That Boston marathon bomber should have more votes than you. Or I do we're not oppressed. We've got privilege we've got not being in jail privilege. He's got in jail privilege. He should have multiple votes. Share had previously tweeted this out on the question of sanctuary cities. She said I understand helping struggling immigrants, but my city Los Angeles isn't taking care of its own. What about the fifty thousand plus citizens who live on the streets? People who live below the poverty line in her hungry. If my state can't take care of its own many veterans, how can it take care of more? Right. Of course. But think about the logic that got the left to this point where the left is now endorsing open borders where the left is now declaring sanctuary cities. The logic is that these people even people outside the United States have been oppressed by the United States, and therefore they are entitled to cross into our country illegally. We have all this privilege. You see and they have been oppressed. So we owe it to them to come into this country illegally. Now, this never acknowledges that the United States has the most generous immigration regime in the history of the world. We take in four times as many immigrants annually as the second most generous country with regard to immigration one out of every five global immigrants in the world lives in the United States. We take in basically anybody, but it's not enough. You see because according to the logic of the left. The United States has done something wrong society has done something wrong. We don't exactly know what they'll tell us that later, and therefore we need to give away everything that we have to everybody else. Therefore, we need to give away the right to vote. Therefore, we can't ever tell anybody. What to do? Therefore, we can't even acknowledge objective reality. Therefore, we can't even raise our own children because it's child abuse if children can't consent. And therefore, we can't put them on the diet. What can we put them on? What can we tell them to do? How do you raise children in that kind of society? They don't have answers to that. They don't have answers to the contradictions here. What this kind of victim ideology is is nothing more than a cudgel. It's not logical. It's not coherent. Eat is nothing more than a cudgel. That tells you you awful privileged conservative to shut up, and let us do whatever we want. And if what we're saying doesn't make sense. You can't tell us. It doesn't make sense. You don't understand our oppression? You don't understand our victimhood? So shut up and let us impose our subjective. Feelings on reality. A lot more craziness from the twenty twenty Democrats. Lot of bad news from the campaign trail can't wait to get to it. We'll get to it after just a very quick break. I m Michael Knowles filling in for the Ben Shapiro show. Stick around we will be right back. Seventy-seven w ADC crunchy transit. There's.

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"It was because these guys are on foot. I mean, there's not a whole lot. They could do. And so then when I heard about bulletproof I was like they kind of had this. But it was a little different. And you only need it when you were shivering so bad that you needed five thousand calorie at seven thousand calories a day. It's kind of funny. The idea for bulletproof coffee came to me because I had exhausted the western medicine stuff. And I knew I wasn't happy. And I believe that everybody wants to be happy. I was just willing to literally go the ends of the earth for this. So when I try to list off that was supposed to work and didn't I said, I'm going to go learn meditation from the masters, so I took offered Tibet, and it's been about three months in Nepal into bed and went to monasteries meditated things like that. And then went to mount Kailash, which is remote western Tibet middle of nowhere five days. Four wheel drive to get there and five days in a four wheel drive. You get their hours a day. Yeah. Oh my gosh. That does not there's no way to get there on a plane or anything. No. This is one of the most remote parts of the world now and. It's where visiting Mount Olympus of Buddhism and Hinduism. So this is where the gods live on. This mountain knows ever climbed the mountain, and you go and you walk twenty six miles circuit at eighteen thousand feet elevation around. It sorta like tonner the mountain said I'm going to go do this just because it's one of the things that Jones ever died like it lists. No one from the west. It turns out a lot of people go there in the middle of summer from India and Tibet it's one of those going back sort of things. So I'm going to try this. But I got there two months late, and it was ten degrees below zero. And there's thirty mile an hour winds, and there's only eight people in these little guest house, the call the mud huts on the and I'm feeling racks because the allegation is cold all the way recovered now and this little bit and woman, I saw a picture of her. She gives me yak butter tea, and I drink and it was like game on feel so much better. And it just stuck in my head. I made a habit of noting when I felt amazing. I felt crappy. So I could just find the variables that caused it. And I drink a lot more of that. And when I came home, I decided. All right. I'm gonna start experimenting. I ended up doing the mold free coffee grass fed butter because I tested regular butter. It doesn't work, and I added the brain octane from the knowledge I had from the anti-ageing group, but something else happened in Tibet. I haven't talked about very much I descended seventy five hundred vertical feet in one day. And I completely jacked up, my knees. So I already out arthritis a little like walking down the downstairs for you know, a mile and a half vertical or something. You know? It was I five days could not walk him, a two polls. I could barely massive swelling agent pain. So we're driving to bet, and I really wanted to go in this walk, but I wasn't gonna be able to do it. So we stopped this little mud building on the side of the road and asked to Chinese guy the bus, and you could read the menu. Hey, what does it say? And he read everything I'm looking for collagen. I know I need collagen in my joints. That's what they're made out of just to repair them. There's only one menu item that will fit the Bill. It was pigs ears. Oh, delicious. By the way. I got a bowl of cold boiled pig. Xeres? It was horrible. Really? They're kind of good if they're done, right. I know what you're talking to like the one guy had bulls of pigs ears and just haven't had Xeres, buddy. You know? I imagine that could be good roadside without refrigeration nowhere. It was brutal. They've been dictum in hot soups, and they really chewy. But the next day, my knees were fifty percents header I just needed the materials, and I'm not putting pigs ears at my coffee..

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"five thousand calorie" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"five thousand calorie" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"On this. I look at it a fifty fifty obesity runs into my family, very heavily. So what I get from? It is what I see my family doing is overeating or eating a lot of bad stuff. Which in reality? Anything is bad for you. If it's not handled in moderation. So but what they're doing is. They're eating like MAC and cheese or they're going out to eat all the time and try these new science diet, but they don't have the physical activity behind it to actually cut the way down me. As who? I am coming from a family of heavy people. I'm at the gym every day. I'm six one hundred ninety five pounds by doing. All right. Maybe fifteen percent body fat. Yeah. And it also comes down to your body type two so it's partially genetic. So you've got echo Moore's Massimo morphine Endo more for echo morphs are really skinny usually hard to put on muscle mass or even body fat in general because of their metabolism. And then he got my body type, which is mess or more which is in the middle really easy to put on muscle kinda difficult to put on body fat. And then you got Endo more for it's easy to put on body fat. But also easy to put on muscle. So Endo morphine echo more really have to have a really focused diet specific to their body type. So what what these people are doing is they're eating too much sugar and fats and everything like that. And it's hacking that body fat onto them and in order for that as far as it's a behavioral thing is your eating out of what you should be eating or too much of what you should not be eating and not having the physical activity where you're caloric intake. Is that too much of a positive? So they need to get into the gym. If they've got a three four or five thousand calorie day, they need to get into the gym and cut their calories down to about fifteen hundred two thousand and then that weight will just fall off of their body because because of the physical activity you make it sound so simple. Keep going. What I see what I see on a regular basis, though, is that these people go to the gym, and they're really into it for a couple of weeks. And then they quit because they're not seeing results fast enough, which yeah, it's faster to get heavy in obese than it is to lose it. So what they need to do is they need to stick with it. And have that discipline to be like, I'm not going to eat just hit the magic word right there. I've been waiting for somebody to come up with a D word. You're the first one to do it discipline. It's all disciplined, and and I mean like for me, I stopped working out for all five years or something like that. And I got up to two hundred one thousand I'll super soft. I had like a little bit of muscle that I used on a regular basis and then when I got back into the gym February this year. It all just fell off of me and everything like that. And then I got real lean again. But here's the problem too. Is aside from disciplined making sure that you're going every day a lot of people go in and they spot train. So they're like I wanna get rid of my belly. So they do a lot of AB workouts and stuff like that. When in reality, you have to train your whole body in order to make that improvement that you want to see spot training does not do anything. If you catch my drift. How long did it take? Okay lakes. How long did it take you to learn what you just told us this whole formula about you got to do this to do that and out how long did it take you to learn that where did you learn that because that's not average everyday stuff? So I've been in. I got I got a minute. I need the quick version. I got sixty seconds been into it since two thousand six wanted to know more and how to lose body fat and get games and just studied and read articles and everything like that. So that's where it all comes from his. He's gotta be into it and be obsessed with it to learn it. Okay. So this was all done. By yourself for yourself because there was a need. And that sure is not the situation for everybody. So something was there was some motivating force for you to do that. What was it very quickly? Body just more. If you go really, and you're familiar with what that was or is. I wasn't familiar with what it was or is until about two thousand thirteen when I became a bodybuilder out in Georgia. Okay. Because we're getting some heavy psychological stuff. Then we're talking about, you know, body just morpheus. Yes. Okay. I got I got to let you go could become a very interesting conversation. But we don't have the time to make an interesting conversation right now, but we will continue this for a little.

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