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"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:45 min | 5 months ago

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You know the morning after and will prevent pregnancy. So this was approved by the FDA for prescription only in 1999. And various groups were petitioning the FDA to make it over the counter, because, obviously we're trying to do away with unwanted pregnancies, and it's very safe. You can't There's no evil does the worst thing that could happen if you take a Over those of it is that you're having severe nausea and you may miss a couple of menstrual periods. That's the worst thing that could happen. So anyway, Uh, advisory panel to the FDA in 2003 overwhelmingly recommended That committed over the counter, which, but this was during the George W. Bush administration and the Bush administration chose. Not there there. FDA over overruled the advisory panel and shows not to make it over the counter. Finally, after basically a court case in 2004 the drug, the FDA did make the plan B over the counter, but only from human 17 and up Then over the next several years, groups were, uh Arguing that it should be available for all ages number one. It's not lethal and number two. You wanted to prevent unwanted pregnancies in all ages. If you have to get a prescription and you let's say 15 years old. Then that may mean that you gotta go to the doctor, which means you have to usually tell your parents and maybe going near insurance. And maybe you didn't want to take your parents. So it was not gonna be able, just like with the At home tests. Riko vid, you would not Taking full advantage of the of the benefits of this thing. So, um The advisory panel in 2011. Overwhelmingly recommended To the FDA that it be available for all ages and the FDA. Was about to do so. But Secretary of HHS superiors this is the Obama administration overruled it, and we actually have video of this and in our white paper. President Obama famously during a press conference when asked Why why the HHS won't allow the FDA to do this because you have to. You wanted to I said I don't want you know girls buying the morning after pill, along with bubble gum and batteries very famously, is being you know, kind of clever. You thought so finally went to court and a federal judge and 2013. Order to be available over the counter for all ages, and one of the arguments made by the proponents of it was, you know, a 12 year old could buy a lethal dose of Tylenol over the Capitol with no questions asked. Yet they can't buy a nonlethal box of Plan B. So it took 14 14 year journey for this drug that was really designed to prevent unwanted teen pregnancies to finally be able to do its job because of politics because All of the medical groups and all of the the advisory boards, the FDA and the FDA itself. Eventually we're all saying it should be over the counter for all ages, but it was overruled openly by for political reasons. That's just, uh, you know. One example. Same thing could be seven broken so close, you know paper, which, by the way, if you if your listeners want to access it, all you have to do is go toe Kato about awards slash drug reformation. However, papers, Drug reformation so cato dot org's last drug reformation will take you to it. Um Most countries have emulated our FDA system yet and there. We have a table of this showing examples in several countries. There. It's rubs that are prescription only in our country but are over the counter and other countries that are just as developed just as advanced and have similar FDA is that you know the names for them. So, for example, in United States, insulin is only two types of insulin that you could still get over the counter. Uh, that's, uh, humility and noble noble and that's Also called regular and nph insulin. And, like I said, that's because they were available already before the Food Drug Cosmetic Act. So the grandfather's so you could. Actually most people don't know this, but you couldn't go Into a pharmacy and go up to the pharmacy counter and request to purchase it. Ah, lot of times the pharmacy techniques that you need a prescription and then just have to speak to the pharmacy. The pharmacist will. No, you don't. And, for example, the Walgreens markets, I think onto the branding rely on different You know, CVS probably has a different brand name for, but you can get it over the counter, but only that every other type of insulin prescription only and you over the calories so much cheaper. Up until the late seventies that the M P H in regular was the only insulin that was really around. So it's not like even though it's more inconvenient than a lot of the modern versions because You have to check the blood sugar more frequently, and some things take take the Islam a couple of times a day. It's still is available and sheep. Now in Canada, all insulin is over the counter. As the same and the same is true for Singapore and from Tanzania. United States. There's one state that doesn't allow even that grandfather is one over count. That's Indiana, Indiana past Law, saying You need a prescription therefore, and it's kind of I think this I think this will irony to that because the major manufacturer of that instrument as you like Lily, which is in Indianapolis, so I think it's kind of interesting that that's the state. We need a prescription. You take a new locks on the over those antidotes for opioid overdose, which is now the FDA is encouraging everybody to get it available. So in this country, you still require prescription for it..

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"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

14:17 min | 1 year ago

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Of pleasure com one civil rights have been breached regency has begun stand by in a row and X. countermeasures I've always told you that you know that I go after the tax credits the Democrats but I've also said the same thing that there are many Republicans like call Republicans because their picks they are just as dirty they are just as manipulative and as corrupt as the technocrats and a perfect example came to us right before the end of the year end of two thousand nineteen before Congress went on their Christmas recess they needed to pass a spending bill and whenever you hear about the spending bills that never clean bills it's never just okay we're going to pass a budget resolution everything's going to go on the same now there's all sorts of little goodies that are buried in there and Mitch McConnell the Republican from Kentucky who is in the back pocket of all trio of big tobacco slipped a little surprise for all of those of us who enjoy cigars the cigar manufacturers and really for people that believe in American freedom a right to make your decisions when you become an adult at one time eighteen was the age to become an adult at one time you had to be I think go twenty one to vote and they lowered it to eighteen they said wait a minute eighteen is the age in which people become adults so you could voted eighteen at one time you could enjoy libations at eighteen they raised it to twenty one a one time you could enjoy over I think good you have to be what charges TV every twenty one to get it done now still waiting they take what's coming don't worry it's coming next what we've seen over the last year many municipalities and counties and states lowering the tobacco purchase age from twenty one to nineteen for correction raising it from night eighteen to nineteen or eighteen to twenty one or nineteen to twenty one well now it is federal law thanks to scumbag Mitch McConnell in the very very late hours Mitch McConnell and senator Tim Kaine from Virginia both in the back pockets of all trio of big tobacco slipped him a little bit of legislation amending the federal food drug and cosmetic act that would raise the federal minimum age of sale of tobacco products from eighteen years of age to twenty one years of age president trump sign the bill now remember this wasn't just one bill this isn't just one bill that went to president trump saying okay this just says we're going to amend the FDA's food drug cosmetic act that we're gonna raise the tobacco purchase age that's not what happened he got a got a bill probably two thousand pages and buried in there on December twentieth Mitch McConnell and Tim Kaine put it in put legislation in there that it would now become illegal for a retailer to sell any tobacco product including cigarettes E. cigarettes or our beloved cigars to anyone under the age of twenty one now the very next day okay there was no debate on this there was no debate on the house floor on the Senate floor there was no debate in any way shape or form this was just buried in there with thousands of other pages and the president is priority is to sign a spending bill before we go two thousand twenty we have a spending bill now the but the government can stay open in an election year nobody Republicans technocrats nobody wanted to close down the government show when you have a bill that's thousands of pages that weighs probably thirty pounds in early June slam it right on the president's desk and say okay Mister president here it is you think the president whether you think members of the house or Senate ready hello absolutely not they buried it in never mind that the cigar industry has been trying to get language into a spending bill the last ten years that would exclude premium cigars from FDA regulation could never get it in but isn't it amazing it is more Regulus ray is the lord it's that miraculous that Kentucky Mitch mix the mule for all three was able to get the paragraph the section in to raise the tobacco which now why would all trio why would alter you want to raise the tobacco purchasing age may sell cigarettes our cigarette company right not so fast my friends all trio is also one of the largest companies that has a stake in vaping in the E. cigarette industry big now vaping electronic cigarettes have been under attack they've been under attack because kids have been under age youth under the age of eighteen have been purchasing these I mean I've never what would you look at these vaping products where there's water melon and bubble gum and peach and all this other nonsense what do you think they're going after now you just have a vaping Pronto people that use the vaping products to quit cigarettes and this was all a great transition for them I don't have a problem with that thank you somebody wants to vape that's up to them but clearly these vaping companies E. cigarettes were targeting under age you the premium cigar even a hand made circle or the the mass market cigar companies have never targeted under age youth they don't want high school kids smoking cigars when was the last time you saw a twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen year old firing up a patrol nineteen twenty six anniversary or Monte Cristo or diamond crown or premium cigar of any type doesn't happen you think they're gonna spend six eight ten twelve dollars twenty dollars no chance no chance now why did all trivia why do they want to raise the age well first of all all trivia is not only the owner of the Marlboro brand they are the top investor in vaping giant jul laps they paid several billion dollars several billion dollars for their stake their minority stake in jul labs big money so now the vaping industry is under attack so what do they do how do they get around the FDA trying to really crackdown on things by saying look we don't want under age kids smoking cigars we don't want under eight or Christian under age youth vaping and buying our E. cigarettes no mineral we're in favor of raising the age to twenty one so what they do is they appear as if they're the good guys all three it comes up and says one of the good guys we don't want to sell to under age you we won't raise the age so they go to McConnell they go to Tim came again most states where they have big presence tobacco presence and they get McConnell and came can technocrat join forces together I get not even through committee bom bom bom they just insert the language and they raise the age to purchase any tobacco or E. cigarettes or vaping products from eighteen to twenty one on a national basis so now all I can say look and drool we're in favor of raising the age we don't want kids we don't want you even though they damn well did market do you think kids with all these cockamamie flavors you know what I know what everyone knows it Mitch McConnell knows it Tim que nos but that didn't stop those guys from being in the back pocket of Austria and raising the age to twenty one now mind you it is not you legal this is a very interesting discrepancy in most states it is illegal not only for people under the age of twenty one to purchase alcoholic products it is also illegal for them to consume a radical thanks also illegal for them to consume alcoholic brought a products so again you go to a state they say it's twenty one to purchase alcohol but also you've got to be twenty one to drink and consume alcohol not the case so I buy a cigar I am of legal age I buy a cigar and I'm having a party at my house it is not illegal for anyone under the age of twenty one to consume that cigar big difference between alcohol and raising the age to purchase tobacco from eighteen to twenty one it is still one hundred percent legal for any person under the age of twenty one to consume those products so all three and now knows damn well that they'll be twenty one year olds that will go out and buy those watermelon and bubble gum and pineapple and and Eminem N. N. snickers flavored vape products I don't fab stickers but who knows some a cockamamie flavors they have you never know and now under age you can still get them no I don't want anybody telling me that eighteen where I can legally vote where I can serve this country give up life and limb for this country but I'm not old enough to enjoy a cigar I'm not old enough to purchase a cigar this is nonsense well let's look a little bit deeper at good old Kentucky Mitch the Republican good old Mitch is big tobacco's special friend Mitch McConnell they said one of his highest priorities is to take on the leading cause of preventable death in the U. S. smoking now we know that cigars are consumed differently than cigarettes we know that we're talking about cigarettes vaping products all these other these other products that are totally different and cigars but Mitch McConnell has said that we need to end this hour did this this just the G. the epidemic of under age smoking now again all three of his good buddy just remember one thing follow the money member follow the bouncing ball when they have like music on a car to follow the money when you follow the money and look at who made major donations for the McConnell center based at the university of Louisville that offers scholarships for college students posts lectures holds McConnell's private archives who are the big givers all two hundred thousand dollars from brown and Williamson brown Williamson tobacco company Philip Morris sergeant Steve I think they gave a few Bucks to Mitch McConnell is Mitch McConnell center probably you know twenty thirty Bucks forty Bucks for looks yeah four hundred fifty thousand Bucks and let's not forget the RJR Nabisco founded RJ Reynolds right five hundred thousand dollars fourteen thousand from the tobacco institute and a hundred and twenty five thousand from U. S. tobacco do you think collectively these cigarette big tobacco groups would have donated almost a million dollars if they didn't want some sort of special access we all know the answer to that when you look at all the soft dollars to his campaign and even the hard money all over the place Mitch McConnell is totally in the back pocket of big cigarette tobacco cigar companies primarily dominated by family run companies boutique manufactures yes there are some larger companies but never once never once has any cigar manufactures premium cigar manufacture gone in and said Hey let's market art twenty dollar ten dollar a dollar cigars the kids doesn't happen never did happen big tobacco big cigarette tobacco beat and big vaping they did all the time the bottom line Mitch McConnell is on the take he is corrupt is every other politician in Washington he is a scum bag I'll never forget a story that I want to relate to you this is gonna be ten eight ten years ago the meeting was of the sick all rights of America and there were numerous manufacturers that came in from across the country across the state there's probably thirty five forty manufacturers in attendance at the J. C. Newman cigar company Mitch McConnell was the special guest and Mitch McConnell agreed to come down to hear the plight of cigar manufacturers that the S. chip legislation would have a big impact that pending FDA regulation that would deem cigars in the same category as cigarettes would have a huge impact came down spot a two hour.

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on Dogma Debate

Dogma Debate

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on Dogma Debate

"We don't want to destroy the integrity of what it is because other be destroyed as well however we use the oil that is already so far below the the The legal requirement that once blended with other ingredients is in most cases detectable so hopefully that helps answer the question of the one that says I smoked marijuana. They don't need it. I would have to say you know possible. It's possible that if that's in fact what you're doing and you feel comfortable and you feel that balances what you've achieved in your life than great. The difference of what we're offering is that with him fusion. We have other ingredients that we've added to bring bring about relaxation without intoxication. Because in some cases some don't really want it to have to have the intoxicating effects of marijuana And so they seek something to where they can achieve the balance without that. And that's just an alternative but you know by no means We're we just. We're not a marijuana company for sure we only use e you registered. DNA verified heirloom hemp That is registered with the U Commission and showing that is in fact gone through the five five to ten year process to validate that in fact is an agricultural hempseed As opposed to what has often done here in the US unfortunately is they hybridize form of marijuana that they call him and that maybe a state institution is validated as him but that in fact was hybrid marijuana at some point We're using true. DNA verified agricultural. Chill him so we do things Truly proper in always in compliance with the law in in most most importantly we do everything we can step step by step to make sure it's safe for human consumption. That's perfect no. That's not spot on and I always wonder too. I mean smoking smoking we taking in in your lungs. Probably isn't as good for you as as as if if if what you're wanting is the benefit of cbd and the hemp and especially with the Turpin and everything else. I mean it seems to me that it'd be better for some wanted to to take it orally through an oil or twist or something like that then it would be to smoke it and take it into their lungs That she spree no. I have this I have this philosophy and man. I hope I don't offend anybody. Because by no means someone is smoking marijuana to judge and that's their choice and I'm so glad that certain states have taken on the ideology of passing acting law that allows them to have that choice. 'cause I think you know this plant is not a criminal. This plan should not be criminalized plant Whether it be marijuana or him I mean I'll I'll be honest I was In Two thousand eleven I was a rabbit Anti cannabis person and now I may radical advocate in the reason being is that I got sick myself often had challenges that led me to a better understanding and a greater understanding broader understanding of the endocrine system. So that ultimately I let myself to developing the company infusion and almost apologetically for all ignorance past years so there's really how it all started for me But smoking and I gotTa tell you smoking anything. Anything isn't healthy because when you smoke something you're combusting and when you're combusting you're introducing chemical constituents like tar and other things into into the lungs that the lungs are just not equipped to handle In so maybe a great delivery system because it affects you quickly it is very challenging because of what it he's behind a mean one reasonably sized joint can be the same tar- with found in a pack of cigarettes and so some people might not like here say that And then they go. What about vaping? Because is that doesn't combust it. Only vaporizing commonly they'll add something like peg four hundred which is polyethylene glycol. Well according to Osha if you actually work in a facility were they use glycol cooling systems they make you wear respirators so that you don't inhale it but yet now we're promoting a vaporizer. So here's the deal. I'm just against inhaling ailing things in the lungs other than oxygen on the way in and Co two. On the way out. Because I really think that's your lungs were meant to do is to deliver oxygen and allow toxins to the body by virtue of exhaling and so forth deep breathing exercises a really important part of detoxifying the body in my humble opinion so when we bring things into the lungs like that. I'm like man I just find really challenging But by all means I'm not judging. I'm just I'm not criticizing it any way shape or form. I'm just giving you my humble opinion now Orleans gestion takes longer for it to pass through different bodily systems so that it absorbs into the body and the net effect can take place right that takes longer but you wanna know something then if we're talking about stress wouldn't patience be a good thing too because you know you know just a little bit of patience right can elite some really interesting results so that can be an interesting thing to think about as well Ke- but ingestion is really powerful and maybe takes longer to absorb unrealized but can be truly effective for sure. This next thing isn't really him fusion related but you'd mentioned the trace results are meat. Sorry the the trace amounts this could be there and I love the way you were to that. It was perfect. I'm sure the attorneys will be very happy But it reminded me of a story. I heard That someone said that they. They heard that eating poppy. Seeds or sesame seeds like like like a McDonalds hamburger like sesame seeds on. Or if you go by hamburger buns. They've got sesame seeds on the bonds that that contains trace amounts of like morphine and codeine like little bitty amounts that could be found in opioids heroin and so people could trace amounts could show up on a drug test from eating poppy seeds. Poppy seeds the poppy seeds of the primary things. I'm not aware of the sesame seed part but I'm aware of the poppy receipts that you could pop hot on a test for opiates You know and that's just because there's natural constituents that exist in a poppy a PC. Because poppy is where that. That's what grown certain species of popular. What's grown to actually manufacturer OPIOID compounds that are used make some Melissa Drugs and unfortunately some prescribed medically prescribed Pharmaceutical drugs you know and one of the most challenging things that I have is that that I talk about it. And I'm an advocate for this against this by the way on. I have no problem. Admitting publicly is that I think the number is and I'm not certain of this but I think the number is roughly eighty percent of the world's opioid pain medications are consumed right here in the lower forty-eight in so scary to me that people are looking to these things for the results they nate because they're highly addictive talks again are leading to unfortunate cross issues with other medications and potentially leading to death for individuals. And so you know. I'm an advocate against that. But the idea of poppy seeds. It's the same story. I mean you could absolutely test positive for something that you don't even intentionally us for that just simply because of the trace the the I wanted to do so it doesn't mean you're using anything I just wanted to throw it out there for people thinking yeah. I don't WanNa take the chance. You might be taking the chance just eating regular food not realizing what ingredients may show up as a trace amount. So it's it's important to think about that The last thing you know what I always. He's also says I tell people just be transparent I go to your go to your. Hr Department talk to your your team leads and things of that nature. Do you can talk people at your organizations and begin to create a culture culture where we're actually communicating about this. Is You know it's funny like the government's all tied up about marijuana and things of that nature. You know what I tell people you know the worst thing. Someone's GonNa do when they're high and I'm not an advocate for marijuana one and playing with it as a toy but you know what the worst thing they're gonNa do is absolutely not you know that's the worst thing And might stimulate the economy right like it might do. They might do other things it but I don't see it as such a problematic thing that we should be so wrapped up about But the fact of the matter is that the more transparent more open communication and the more honesty we have Products like that contain. CD become become more used in society where there become more uniformly accepted because we're opening up dialogue and creating a culture of understanding and I think that's really what needs to happen and that's the purpose of why things like this. No that's perfect and that leads me really into my last question. You said that really important. You said we are not marijuana company. You're you're using a specific EU EU certified hemp. So this is something. That's that's that's You're not marijuana company but I'm wondering how how it is working with the federal government. Are you having struggles with the federal government to to use your products or to promote your products in a certain way I is it is it. Has it been difficult for you running him fusion or or or trying to tiptoe around regulations. I guess well sure one of the things that we did from the very beginning is that if we can't do it right we're not doing it at all and that means that if we can't follow the law there's no point in even starting this in so we always followed whatever rules and regulations. Were in place. What a lot of people think of the dietary supplements are not regulated? That is simply not true. There's something called the code of Federal Regulations That have been put out there. Also rules like DJ dietary. Hi Terry Supplement. Health and Education Act Food Drug Cosmetic. Act All these. Things have a relationship to food beverages dietary supplements and cosmetics that. Say what you can and cannot say what you can and cannot I do how you can and cannot manufacturer you know. There's all sorts of regulation so we're highly regulated but in that vein. The tricky part is is because the word cannabis Balkan this discussion Shen The government is so wrapped up in feeling like if they let CBD become thing without their comments and without their advocacy against that somehow they would be given in on something that they've held onto far too long as a substance that was considered illicit drug of harm. And so I would say that our government is slowly but surely starting to realize that you know. There's just no challenges here in fact the World Health Organization said CD's non intoxicating and not only that. It's not addictive..

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"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In this grocery store in the middle of Kansas City. There are these four kinds of almond milk. Soy milk. Coconut milk says plant these milk has captured thirteen percent the liquid milk market in the United States where she sees opportunity other see peril. My name is annual beckon. I'm senior director of government affairs for the national beef association. Beck argues that lax regulation has helped plant based milk get a foothold in the dairy section milk and almond milk under the food drug cosmetic act are legally branded look does have a legal standard of identity in the US. The depot is it comes from a cow and Beck argues that the very word milk carries nutritional expectations that plant based products. Don't. At the end of the day words, have meaning and product labels need to provide consumers with enough information to make informed purchasing decision. The FDA is revisiting its requirements for plant based milk labels. Meanwhile, the livestock industry is lobbying hard to stop plant based meets from gaining the same foothold it promoted, a new lawn, Missouri forbids misrepresenting a product not derived from a dead animal as meat, so we've sued the state of Missouri over this law because we think it's vague stuff. All me again. She says the Missouri lot fails to spell out just how a food expressly designed to taste like beef, chicken or sausage can be labeled. She says nobody's confused about the origin of something like almond milk says other states will probably try to replicate miseries label forcing court fights across the country. But this plant based meat substitutes is only a warm up to a much bigger fight looming. That's coming in likely decade or so in actual meat produce. Without slaughtering animals that is meet grown entirely in laboratories could reach grocery shelves more than that tomorrow on weekend edition for NPR news. I'm Frank Morris in Kansas City. Pelser tomorrow on weekend edition, Sunday Lulu. We'll talk with Irving Picard is the lawyer whose recovered thirteen billion dollars so far more than many had hoped for those who lost money and birdie made off failed investments game you can hear that story and so much more tomorrow by asking your smart speaker to play NPR or your station by name..

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"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Store in the middle of Kansas City. There are these four kinds of almond milk. Soy milk. Coconut milk milk? Plant based milk has captured thirteen percent the liquid MLK market in the United States. But where she sees opportunity other seat peril. My name is Daniel Beck, and I'm senior director of government affairs for the national beef association. Beck argues that lax regulation has helped plant based milk get a foothold in the dairy section milk and almond milk. Under the food drug. Cosmetic act are legally miss branded does have a legal standard of identity in the US, the default is it comes from a cow and Beck argues that the very word milk carries nutritional. Expectations that plant based products. Don't at the end of the day words, have meaning and product labels need to provide consumers with enough information to make informed purchasing decision. The FDA is revisiting its requirements for plant based milk labels. Meanwhile, the livestock industry is lobbying hard to stop plant based meets from gaining the same foothold. It promoted a new in Missouri that forbids misrepresenting a product not derived from dead animal as meat. So we've sued the state of Missouri over this law because we think it's vague. Jessica all me again. She says the Missouri lot fails to spell out. Just how a food expressly designed to taste like beef, chicken or sausage can be labeled. She says nobody's confused about the origin of something like almond milk says other states will probably try to replicate Missouri's label forcing court vice across the country, but this fuss over plant based meat substitutes is only a warm up to a much bigger fight looming. That's coming in. Decade or so an actual meat produced without slaughtering animals that is me grown entirely in laboratories could reach grocery shelves. More of that tomorrow on weekend edition for NPR news. I'm Frank Morris in Kansas City. Helzer tomorrow on weekend edition, Sunday Lulu. We'll talk with Irving who's the lawyer who's recovered thirteen billion dollars so far more than many had hoped. Those who lost money in Bernie Madoff failed investments game you can hear that story and so much more tomorrow by asking your smart speaker to play in PR or your station by name. Three.

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"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Only about twenty percent have deliver but the fructose molecules have to be handled in the liver because there's a specific transporter called the glued five transporter it is only in the liver so when you consume of soda you are flooding your liver and your liver basically can handle the flood and the liver has no choice but to turn that fructose into liver fat and it's that liver fat that causes the chronic metabolic disease and we have the data now that demonstrates that it's the liver fat made from dietary sugar that is at the nitis at the beginning of type 2 diabetes heart disease fatty liver disease and we're starting to ferret out the links between dietary sugar and cancer and dementia as well but i know these other research that says that the tux the city argument may be overstated that it's not an acute toxin may be but a a chronic one sure you are absolutely right that sugar is not an acute toxin so chronic toxins are still toxins even though they don't make a kilo opened i is benzine a toxin we regulated a such benzine doesn't kill you acutely what about alcohol to alcohols both it's an acute toxins so i mean you can basically die on a bender or it's a con a toxin you confront your liver it's both the point is that the fda regulates acute toxins because it's in their charter the food drugging cosmetics act of nineteen thirty eight very specifically it does not say anything about chronic toxins and so the fda does not regulate chronic toxins criteria number three four regulation the potential for abuse the turns out that there is no biochemical reaction in any vertebrate on the planet that requires dietary fructose now it happens to be sweet it happens to signal our brain reward centers that we like this stuff we happen to crave it we happen to really enjoy it and a little too much and in fact now we have data that shows that it just happens to be addictive as well so the question about whether sugar can meet the criteria for and against center nydia substances something that i haven't setting for many years now it's something it i think it's become of interest to a lot of people that's dr nicole avina she is a research neuroscientist at the.

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Only about twenty percent had deliver but the front us molecules have to be handled in the liver because there's a specific transporter called the glued five transporter it is only in the liver so when you consume a soda you are flooding your liver and your liver basically can handle the flood and the liver has no choice but to turn that fructose and deliver fat and it's that liver fat the causes the chronic metabolic disease and we have the data now that demonstrates that it's the liver fat made from dietary sugar that is at the nitis at the beginning of type 2 diabetes heart disease fatty liver disease and we're starting to ferret out the links between dietary sugar and cancer and dementia as well but i know these other research that says that the toxicity argument may be overstated that it's not an acute toxin may be but a a chronic one you are absolutely right that sugar is not an acute toxin so chronic toxins are still toxins even though they don't make a kilo renbai is benzine a toxin we regulated as such benzine doesn't kill you acutely what about alcohol to alcohols both it's an acute toxins so i mean you can basically diana vendor or it's a chronic toxin you can fry your liver is both the point is that the fda regulates acute toxins because it's in their charter the food drugging cosmetics acted lincoln thirty eight very specifically it does not say anything about chronic toxins and so the fda does not regulate crack toxins criteria number three four regulation the potential for abuse the turns out that there is no vile chemical reaction in any vertebrate on the planet that requires dietary fructose now it happens to be sweet it happens to signal our brain reward centers that we like this stuff we happen to crave it we happened to really enjoy it and a little too much and in fact now we have data that shows that it just happens to be addictive as well so the question about whether sugar can meet the criteria for an addiction or nydia substance is something that i i've in setting for many years now it's something it i think it's become of interest to a lot of people that's dr nicole avina she is the research neuroscientist at mount sinai school.

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But the fructose molecules have to be handled in the liver because there's a specific transporter called the glued five transporter it is only in the liver so when you consume of soda you are flooding your liver and your liver basically can handle the flood and the liver has no choice but to turn that fructose into liver fat and it's that liver fat that causes the chronic metabolic disease and we have the data now that demonstrates that it's the liver fat made from dietary sugar that is at the night us at the beginning of type 2 diabetes heart disease fatty liver disease and we're starting to ferret out the links between dietary sugar and cancer and dementia as well but i know these other research that says that the tux the city argument may be overstated that it's not an acute toxin may be but a a chronic one sure you are absolutely right that sugar is not an acute toxin to chronic toxins are still toxins even though they don't make a kilo van dyke is benzine a toxin we regulated as such benzene doesn't kill you acutely what about alcohol to alcohols both it's an acute toxins so i mean you can basically die on a vendor or it's a chronic talks and you can fry your liver it's both the point is that the fda regulates acute toxins because it's in their charter the food drugging cosmetics act of nineteen thirty eight very specifically it does not say anything about chronic toxins and so the fda does not regulate chronic toxins criteria number three four regulation the potential for abuse the turns out that there is no biochemical reaction in any vertebrate on the planet that requires dietary fructose now it happens to be sweet it happens to signal our brain reward centers that we like this stuff we happen to crave it we happened to really enjoy it and a little too much and in fact now we have data the jobs that it just happens to be addictive as well so the question about whether sugar can meet the criteria for an addiction her nydia substance is something that i haven't setting for many years now it's something it i think has become of interest to a lot of people that's dr nicole avina she is the research neuroscientist at the mount sinai school of medicine in new york the.

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Choice but to turn that fructose into liver fat and it's that liver fat that causes the chronic metabolic disease and we have the data now that demonstrates that it's the liver fat made from dietary sugar that is at the nitis at the beginning of type 2 diabetes heart disease fatty liver disease and we're starting to ferret out the links between dieters sugar and cancer and dementia as well but i know there's other research that says that the top the city argument may be overstated that it's a not an acute toxin may be but a a chronic one sure you are absolutely right that sugar is not an acute toxin so chronic toxins are still toxins even though they don't mceal overnight is benzine a toxin we regulated as such benzine doesn't kill oh you're what about alcohol to alcohols both it's an acute toxins so i mean you can basically die on a vendor or it's a chronic talks and you can fry your liver is both the point is that the fda regulates acute toxins because it's in their charter the food drugging cosmetics act of 1930 eight very specifically it does not say anything about chronic toxins and so the fda does not regulate chronic toxins criteria number three for regulation the potential for abuse the turns out that there is no biochemical reaction in any vertebrate on the planet that requires dietary fructose now it happens to be sweet it happens to signal our brain reward centers that we like this stuff we happen to crave it we happen to really enjoy it then a little too much and in fact now we have data the jobs that it just happens to the addictive as well so the question about whether sugar can meet the criteria for and against center nydia substances something that i haven't setting for many years now it's something it i think has become of interest to a lot of people that's dr nicole avina she is a research neuroscientist at mount sinai school of medicine in new york the way in which we think studying this and with the way in which others have studied this is to use these d s and criteria for action and basically to ask the question can sugar when it's consumed at excess produce some of these behavioral indications and neurochemical indications that you would typically see where the substance of abuse the dsm is the die.

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"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KCHH

KCHH

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KCHH

"In the by the medical committed to statement but well were embarrassed we didn't succeed here so we're going to take it out on you've by deliberating your your memory in your sense of self and then you own cry anymore then you won't be have to be constantly drought look this isn't planned to get everybody well you know million p irse estimated in the united states are given this treatments and they're if if you if you go to any group of people just about and you start asking them a good number people tell you relative so experience this and that out i'll go out and some people take their lives who have this treatment because you know you can imagine if you suddenly have the same tidy that you don't know who you are in you don't know who anyone else's in your family are your route has our injury living with these people on oh recognize your has been your recognizes children that would make you depressed it sure what it might make you become suicidal enough in fact what happens sometimes how did you get involved with us well there were series a patients that we're brought to my attention who were anxious have something done to stop this request occasion because they themselves had suffered so enormous week and a different groups we're lobbying need to act on behalf of various people likewise who had suffered it so we took up there cause we looked at it and we're we were stunned that's the and to brutality here and they and what really overwhelmed the was that despite the fd eight asking in three separate and includes over the last thirty years for the evident that this is safe and after cases which is required under the food drugging cosmetic act no such evidence had ever been supplied and yet the thing was still on the market and then le'veon founded available through amazon amazon get out of people going actually did beater medical devices frozen we only available through position but they have been on the market for so long but you can go and get the things online you can buy one you can buy one and and and when we saw these thing here for and still to this at home jim he's i mean this is this you know in order to deliver this to a person what they do est in check down with muscle relax and it's and and then they they they tie them to a good ernie and then they attached these things.

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"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KELO

"So we're going to take it out on you buy deliberating your your memory in your sense of self and then you own cry any more then you won't be have to be constantly drought i hope this isn't planned to get everybody well you know about million p yourself them aided in the united states are given the st men and there it if you if you go to any group of people just about and you start asking them a good number people tell you relative so experience that and how are won't was and some people take their lives who have this treatment because you know you can imagine if you suddenly have the thing that i d that you don't know you are in you don't know who anyone else's in your family are your route is our injury living with these people on don't recognize your has been your recognizing children that would make a depressed it sure would it might make you become suicidal and that's intact what happened sometimes did you get involved with sets well there were series the patients that we're brought to my attention who were anxious to have something done to stop this require the case in because they themselves to separate so enormous wait and a different groups we're lobbying me to act on behalf of various people likewise to it suffered a so we took up their cards we look that it where we were stunned that the at the brutality here and the and what really overwhelmed the was that despite the yep be asking him three separate instances over the last thirty years for the evidence that this is saipan applications which is required under the food drugging cosmetic act no such evidence had ever been supplied and yet the thing was still on the market and then we even founded available through amazon yeah me amazon get out of people going actually it leader medical devices frozen we only available through position but they have been on the market it's so wrong that you can go and get these things online you can buy one goodbye watt and and and we saw the spent your friends don't do this at home i mean this this this you know in order to deliver this to a person what they do est being checked out with much for all actions and and then they they've made tie them to a good ernie and then they attached these things.

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"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"food drug cosmetic act" Discussed on KTRH

"In the by the medical committed to statement but well were embarrassed we didn't succeed here so we're going to take it out on you've by a little rating your your memory in your sense of self and then you own cry anymore then you won't be have to be constantly drought look this isn't planned to get everybody well you know going into what year system aided in the united states are given the st memphis and they're if if you if you go to any group of people just about and you start asking them a good number people tell you relative so experience this and go out and some people take their lives who have this treatment because you know you can imagine if you suddenly have the same tidy that you don't know you are in you don't know who anyone else's in your family are your route has our injury living with these people on don't recognize your has been you know recognize you children that would make you depressed it sure what it might make you become suicidal and that's in fact what happened sometimes how did you get involved with sets well there were series a patients that we're brought to my attention who were anxious have something done to stop this request the case him because they themselves to separate so enormous week and a different group we're lobbying need to act on behalf of various people likewise who had suffered it's so we took up there cause we look that it where we were stunned that's the at the brutality here and they and what really overwhelmed me was that despite the fd yates asking in three separate instances over the last thirty years for the evidence that this is safe and applications which is required under the food drugging cosmetic act no such evidence had ever been supplied and yet the thing was still on the market and then le'veon founded available through amazon a give me an yeah the people can actually did beater medical devices frozen we only available through position but they have been on the market for so long that you can go one get these things online you can fly one goodbye one and and and when we saw these think you're friends don't do this at home i mean this is this you know in order to deliver this to a person what they do est in check down with muscle row accidents and and then they they they tie them to a good ernie and then a attached these things.

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