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A Conversation About Intermittent Fasting

20 Minute Fitness

05:33 min | 3 months ago

A Conversation About Intermittent Fasting

"I welcome to the show. It's great to have you on here today Amazon, pleasure to be here. Thanks for having me yeah. I'm really excited to chat about fasting today because it is something that I have personal interest in, and it's not something that we actually covered on the podcast for a long time before we dive deeper into fasting what it's all about maybe can tell our listeners what fasting is all about? Yes show. So I everyone filming them of festive and maybe I'll just start off about myself how we got into this. So growing up I was always passionate about sports unhealthy lifestyle in. My teenage years I was getting into Ganic Foods, and will my friends actually would make fun of me because it wasn't at the time like ten years ago during my late teens though I had a car accident and I just located shoulder, I had rations to fix it login that time I was bedridden. So the whole process lasted about a year and a half unnaturally I was experimenting with different diets to maintain my my way because I couldn't exercise on a what I came to the conclusion that time that by it's really harmful. So I noticed that most diets that was restrictive and I couldn't see myself. Not being able to eat certain foods on a long-term basis like that just was not for me, and so eventually stumbled onto fasten myself without even knowing it actually what I was really doing I was easing in the afternoon visits. First thing in the mornings what I usually did an a notice that has a lot more energy and a felt mentally stronger, which really helped me get through the healing process with my shoulder and the funny thing action during that time Martin I'm it's the bastion who was my co phone comes from a background where his parents have been fascinated posts for over twenty five years so. They run the fussing hotel in Germany and they've helped orders a fasting hotel fessing leg for a long-term Fassulo. That's where people they come to the hotel and they get guidance from the best parents through the week of detoxing there buddy. That's where the body just goes without foods and just has lot of water tea and broth in the evening, just the chance to not focus on the gestion but on heating its body in repairing itself. So this is like getting a big thing he in. Germany we see that with the parents I don't know how it is over there and the US actually. I've I've seen a documentary on Netflix of lace, and so I'm sure you guys will have something that as well. But it's it's very interesting thing we can go into gamma I wouldn't be surprised if we have something like a while fasting retreat I guess it would call. It's a bit like well, a reset ride like you WanNa make a change and this could be like your starting point of doing so you have a show so. Passing special long-term fast brings a lot of benefits because it's important that you you actually give yourself time to relax. So we don't recommend to actually work. do any of a kind of things that stress you out but just that you take the time for yourself, I mean we live in a really fast fast life nowadays. Just for actually we setting your body, but also forgetting back to like what the connection between body mind soul, right Before we go actually point into that. You still have already told us what fasting is. Carried Away with that. So fast is that guides people twelve a healthy lifestyle through intimate infesting. So we offer a holistic approach to health combined with fasting so that people can reach the individual health goals sustainably inflexibly. So basically fantastic, we are working with nutritionists medical professionals so that we provide the solutions that people can trust and reach personal goals and adapted to the needs. is all about also sorts of what? Types of goals do people typically have when they come to you is weight loss is it health? What are those? It's actually very different several goals like obviously everyone is is is different and has different needs, and that's why we we have. So strongly, therefore we are trying to pursue to hustle is everything to us because some people want to lose weight. Yes. True. Some people want to focus more on. On a healthy healthy lifestyle and get more education going there some people actually just wants to have a better focus on my energy will fessing can can lead to as well. So they're just very very different goals while while will you come to? So it's like a very wide range of of goals in these. It's so important to US allies it to to them right and what would be like a good example. Maybe something that that he may be more often than not live. Let's say somebody in in weight loss, but maybe they have something some different routine like what what type of recommendations do you get them then? So there it's actually that we we tried to figure out where the US is at the at the current stage in where he wants to go to what is goals, and if he's a beginning then obviously which. Lead him into fasting with not like him abrupt end and. Has Way but tried to guide him into that because at the end of the day, it's about mindfulness. So it. Is, obviously, recommended, and guided different than a more experienced faster. So for example, if we would say someone wants to lose weight I'm we would send him if he's beginning to do fourteen ten, that means he's got to fasting window fourteen hours in eating window of ten hours. But if he would be more experienced than we would go for hours of fasting ten hours of eating but also recommend certain healthy habits what he can. Actually track and where we will guiding with with fastest

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My cousin got hacked

Talking Tech

03:31 min | 1 year ago

My cousin got hacked

"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. So my cousin got half the other day and a good relation. I was there to help with what I hope we're some handy tips that I wanted once again to pass on to talking tech listeners. I'm Jefferson Graham, welcome back to the podcast. So what happened to Susan has probably happened all of you hacker got a hold of her Email password. And then sent out a stupid pitched, everyone in her dress book, a simple link to some company called go meet that you deathly did not want to click, right? My seat gestion to her with simple now you have to change. Everyone your passwords while she started and came back at me later in the day and said, she did Google Facebook. No, no, no, I emphasized every single password. But I have hundreds of them. She said tough. That's what you have to do with the digital age because of the hacker could get into that one based on her password. Then he or she could do it again and recap Vic with her personal information. The solution for Susan and everyone of you who might end up in the situation. Let's say allow talking tech listeners get a password manager, you use one master password in the manager automatically signs you in everywhere. Eliminating the hassle of remembering all those various passwords that rule our lives. I like dash lane, which is free. If he use it on one device or five dollars monthly on multiple devices last. Passes also popular and has a free offering or three dollars monthly the managers help you create tough to crack passwords if you do it yourself. I like a mix of capital and lower case letters numbers and symbols. And I usually try to think of a phrase I like, and then mix it up by for instance, adding zeros and symbols to a simple word like orange will. Hey it. Sure beats one two three four five six zero zero zero zero zero right? Hey listeners, what's your favorite password? Camp. What your favorite password manager? Let's talk about. Why matchup? Pristine granny that listening to talking tech piece. Subscribe to show wherever you listen online audio I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world attack. Thanks for listening. Hiring used to be hard. It was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them. And hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech. World. Hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech, talk with their powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job. And actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that eighty percent of employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E C H T A L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.

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"gestion" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"That was the last like sort of innovation where I was like so fucking good, man. Okay. Here's the recipe pitch because you can you can marinate shit and butter like chicken and buttermilk or whatnot. I'm saying some enterprising soak you're says yes sour patch. Kid milk brine fried chicken. Okay. I promise you some. We'll have some Asian dude who loves hip. Hop is going to open a restaurant, no shade to the nineteen of those guys. Had it up. Yeah. Well, look sour patch kids cereal. I wish you good luck. I think it's dropping Boxing Day. Yes. Number twenty six. I would stick to slushy and shit like that that where you actually make sense popsicles their sour patch kid popsicles recently released and that that's that's when you begin bringing dairy into it or just put a squeeze of lemon juice over your frosted flakes. The more. Exactly. Let the big corporations do it. Yeah. Do it yourself. Wow. Now. So gross. All right. So we did want to get to this news. That is both breaking news and breaking Australia. Yeah. Again, we do try and cover world events and apparently not stralia. There's really big news around. This hardware store known as buntings warehouse. Which is like are like a Home Depot. Do it yourself kind of store and the food that this. I'll just I'll just let this news clip from Australia just sort of paint the picture of the situation right now for their findings is being forced to change the classic sausage sizzle. I just white. I'll come on Joe some safety concerns. Now look at that. You can see how perilous that little hope that gestion from buntings is that by placing the onion on top of the slippery sausage. Oh, there's a risk that at your full out, and you could slip. What needs to be done is the onion needs to see Tom data, the slippery saw what she in the well, if it sits onto the sausage, and you rep the bread up around us that's on a stroke risk, but I'll let to get the Societa the taste of the societas on the top of the tongue. And then the onions on top of that that this will this will ruin a stray area this fish rarely will not make it through today. If this happens buntings, you get a lot of things, but I'm sorry. You got this one wrong. Yeah. So essentially, this is that was a bit of a tongue in cheek response. But apparently, this has people kind of upset because they feel like why are y'all even trying to tell us how to rock the onions on a hotdog now at buntings, apparently like charity organization set up like a little quick hotdog stand where the money goes to their charitable organizations, and you get your little hotdog me personally as an American looking at that. It's a piece of white bread. Like, but then just oriented diagonally. And then the flow link is put on with just like barbecue sauce and grilled onions does not look that great to me. And it looks like a giant sausage like gigantea? It is too big. It's not a Frankfurter like we're used to out here. But yeah, I guess some people were sort of joking. They feel like it's it's like some nanny state governmental overreach kind of thing where you're like. Oh, now buntings is telling us where to put the onion. Now, I get actually, you know, if you don't want people, slipping shit and hardware store, probably potentially carrying a bunch of shit or whatever. But at the same time like. I'm totally fine with them making this change jar. You man, you I I mean. mean, I with that take. Australia. I'm in the nails. I'll with my Speakeasy where I will. I don't serve any food. But what I'll do is. I will change the order of your sauce..

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"gestion" Discussed on Answer Me This!

Answer Me This!

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on Answer Me This!

"I have one of the gestion financy one way to ease communications from somebody is just not to respond that much don't respond to each one. Don't even respond daily. Maybe a couple of times a week, and then they will send less. Yes. Because she might have a mail list in my not just be you getting the dog. Oh, very unlikely just to be. So she's probably thinking you're in the hardcore dog appreciation society. Whereas if you don't reply that often like so we have to avoid the issue of putting pictures of our son, I've Facebook and Instagram and stuff we have a special walks out group for our family for people. You might be interested in him. But the on teaser in. There as well as the grandparents. Yeah. And it was like definitely military should be. But I'm sure if I was the auntie I'd be happy with, you know, once nightly content, whereas the grandparents obviously, happy with maybe daily definitely by daily content. So he's trying to find that happy medium. And sometimes we do like a hard core. Grandparents group as well for the daily updates right of my growing realize that as the amount that the respond, obviously less than the grandparents. So I think that's true. What you said, you get sense of it one thing that Nazis Email makes me think of is the having analogy can be convenient about three years ago. I developed to booze algae every one, but it means that all the people who are trying to force feed me booze before knows just indifferent to it and didn't want to drink. It will now leave me alone rather than being oh, go on go on because so many people will know exact the don't want to drink alcohol, and you just won t whereas allergies respect. Yes. So I think Nancy do. A decent lie. You've actually just made me think for the first time ever about whether a good friend of mine Shalini who has a cat allergy is telling the truth. Never could before. Like, I just trust people when they tell me about their own is's. It would feel like a terrible thing. Not to believe someone Nancy. But Nancy you've just proven evidence. Maybe Leany hates my cat. And this is the way that she's manage keep yourself in a separate room for all these years. And actually, I would I would be personally slighted if that were the case if she came out to me with that lie, you must not say that this is a lie. Nancy all of the dog and cat allergists will be a musk. Well, you'll costing down on your people with legitimate allergies. That's the tough for them. Yeah. It does make people's lives rarely shit, and you just walked it for your own needs. Exactly. We I should update you actually 'cause I said on the show three or four months ago. I think that we were thinking of getting a new cat to live with CoCo. About it. Yeah..

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"gestion" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Radio. Now are highly Ganz and car Goodman, co-founders of animal bio, hey, how's it going? Thanks. Absolutely. Thanks. Thanks so much. Joining me today. It's good to have you guys us. Yeah. So I got to meet to you. And it's been a lot of fun going through this process with the pet care. Innovation prize Tulsa a little bit. So everybody's got some context. I what is animal biomass. How long have you been around? And how did the two of us get involved in the picture innovation prize in company that restoring got out to cats dogs through operating of the microbiome, which is at area mostly and also find right now. Spoke bacteria that are essential for gestion and other functions in healthy dachshund cats, and we have got restoration supplement to help. Restore microbes that might have been lost through exposure, Tampa, attics food additives and other things so the next quarter beat it started Zara Guston's multiple. Yes. Sorry, sorry to give you a multiple questions. So how'd you launch animal biomass than I am? Was launched out of UC Davis based on research that I was doing at the genome center on the microbiome of cats. I started a citizen science project called kitty bio, my Kickstarter almost three years ago. And I did that in part at find my research on wild dogs and cats, including a cheetahs, and how activity was affecting their microbiome. Actress cheetahs cheetahs, Nicole. People's cat food, and it was a research project. We weren't trying to say that it was the guy nonstick tool, but we actually had a tremendous response their Kickstarter did really well and raise eight times what we had initially asked for and in that process, we started interact with people about their cats found a twenty percent of them had a cat with a chronic digestive problem, and they were looking for new solutions than they were finding steroids. Antibiotics prescription diets that were being offered to them weren't working. Academics started interact with people around their pets was actually really exciting. Translate. Our academic work into something useful. It is just really integrating. And I was talking to carry about asking about applying to incubator program to get funding for this. And she was similarly interested in making them leave out of academia. Yeah. So I was working like you said in evolutionary biology using DNA sequencing and looking out species form and thinking about shifting into the private sector nursing dot going on within a sequencing in the private sector, so sixteen to talk the holiday and think about starting this company with her. So we actually started at the Indy bio accelerator program in San Francisco, they gave us seed funding four months of business veteran we did that about fifteen months ago. And then we subsequently moved into incubator space run by QB three. And in Berkeley. That's pretty cool. A ton of progress is a. New startup company the on that because it made a lot of a lot of growth in a very short window time and hats off to you. So coming out of the world, Eric Damian to now being entrepreneurs and started a world. What's it? Like, I'd say I like it because we're learning a ton every day, which was very much like academic research life, but we're actually getting to interface with the people around their pets. I think that's right research is different. It's satisfying in a different way. It's it's got a very long-term timelines and so getting interact with customers whose pets you've helped is immensely rewarding emails about numb my cats doing so much better. Thank you. You know, I I didn't think there is a solution for this. And that says it means everything to us and keeps us going into. That is one big difference between answer to academic life. That's detached from providing solutions like we're doing. Now, we are learning a ton every day in that, you know, that was something or doing research, and that was one of the really fun things about it like marketing. Actually, actively involved in science communication out of Davis. Well, and that has actually been very valuable here were basically continuing to educate people about what microbiome is and how it can be maintained and stored. That's a good opportunity to pause and educated a little bit. What is the microbiome? Yeah. So microbiome is it's all the microbes that live on NS and the ones that live in our guts do a lot of work for us in terms of digesting, our food and helping with our immune system. And so if you're missing certain tax risking some of the microbes that are good press than you can get sick, not superhumans, and it's true for cats and dogs mammals like Cincinnati, similar physiology. And so I worked for dealing with the gut microbiome specifically claim that the microbiome is made up of microbes microbes are bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms. So when you typically find animals that are having severe. Shoes is that typically the cause that they are missing a percentage of the microbiomes that they should have to be healthy difficult question to answer is out. So we had a casket. So we can look at competition. Bacteria and often we do find that they have poor representation of groups that are healthy. But I think that usually our customers have tried everything else. I often they've even had and ask a PD or ultrasounds done for things like inflammatory bowel disease, though, you know, it's China understand the round look digestive disorders, and the main causes are complex than we would. Also, find the tender sand the hosts DNA also genetic predispositions for some of these conditions. But by the time our customers come to us. They usually try everything else. And so we are finding that often. It may be in costs contra. Yeah. And I'm sure you go see is really tough cases. I'm sure so I probably have over simplified this. But maybe to explain what you. Do on the diagnostic side as well as the therapeutic side. So can you explain a little bit of what a micro-biology testing kit looks like and what the process might look like for more customer? That's coming to you guys. Sure. So our assessment kit product again from our website now if you order that the near CD of a box and in the box is sampling equipment. So that's a classic Nile with a stabilizing buffer in. What you do is you collect a little piece of your poop from your cat or dog? But it didn't a vial. And then we send you a glove. So you don't have to types it. And then you send it back to us in one of the envelopes that we provide. And then what happens in the lab is that we take that vile and take the poop, and then extract all the DNA from the Pook and use next generation sequencing to figure out what's in there. We take all those strings of as jeez teason season match them to know databases of bacteria. And so then we say, you know, these are all the bacteria in that sample, and this is how much of each is in there. And so then we have a report that compares what's in your animal to our database of healthy animals. So the world of deep science big data improve merged together. Pretty girl. So I should have mentioned let me do this before we take a quick break. If anyone wants to take a look, and you should the website is animal. Biomass dot com. That's the word animal B M E dot com. And.

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Who is Jamal Khashoggi?

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Who is Jamal Khashoggi?

"Arabia for a global audience, there. Gestion that, yes, he is a fist critic, yes. At the same time, there's a tremendous love his home country. And nights. Say that really translates to many of the activists and individuals who really for years before Mohammed bin Salman effectively took sort of the rain's even though his father's officially still the king. I would say that many of the people that unfortunately, the kingdom is turned against recently are the very the very few who were frankly proponents of reform. This is what is so frustrating asking for things like a relaxation of the guardianship laws more open and liberal Saudi society increased direct foreign investment, increased engagement with the outside world. I mean, all of this was part and parcel of much of what these young a lot of them are young, but you know, John is not surly. One of the young ones was certainly many of the reformers wanted to see these kinds of changes, and they would have been the greatest allies in advocates of bin. So men's reform efforts. But you know, certainly, I think the crackdown on these individuals just points out how little. Room there is even for supporters of haven't been some men's reforms to to sort of share the limelight. He relayed. I would say how the sun man wants to sort of be the only one to sort of give these rights not to have other say that they earned it, but in fact that the the monarchy

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"gestion" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Business radio with us now or hell against Cory Goodman. The co founders of animal bio, how's it going? Great. Thanks. Absolutely. Thanks. Thanks so much. Joining me today. It's good to have you guys for having us. Yeah. So I got to meet the to you. And it's been a lot of fun going through this process with the pet care. Innovation prize, Tulsa a little bit soon. Everybody gets in context. I what is animal biomass. How long have you been around? And how did the two of us specifically get involved in the your innovation prize? In company that restoring got health two cats dogs through offering at scene of the microbiome, which is mostly and also find tiger right now. She's focused on bacteria that are essential for gestion and other functions and healthy doctrine cats, and we have got restoration supplement to help. Restore microbes that might have been lost through exposure to. Maddix evidence and other things the next started their Agustin's are multi. Yes. Sorry. Sorry to give you a multiple question. So how'd you launch animal biomass? The first place was launched at UC Davis based on research that I was doing at the genome center on the microbiome of cats. I started a citizen science project called kitty bio, my Kickstarter almost three years ago. And did that in part to find my research on wild dogs and cats, including cheetahs, and how activity was affecting their microbiome cheetahs Keita's, Nicole. People's cat food, and it was a research project. We weren't trying to say that it was the guy tool, but we actually had a tremendous response Kickstarter did really well and raise eight times what we had initially asked for and in that process, we started interact with people about their cats found a twenty percent of them had a cat with a chronic problem. And they were looking for new solutions than they were finding that the steroids antibiotics and prescription diets that were being offered to them weren't working. Interact with people around their pets was actually really exciting. Translate. Our academic work into something useful at sun is just really invigorating. And I was talking to Cari about power. Speaking about applying to humidity program to get funding for this. And she was similarly interested in making a leap out of academia. Yeah, I was working like you said it in evolutionary biology. Using DNA sequencing and looking species farm and thinking about shifting into the private sector. There's a lot going on with the sequencing in the private sector. So six to talk the Holly and think about starting this company with her. So we actually started at the Indy bio accelerator program in San Francisco where they gave us seed funding, four months of business mentoring. We did that about fifteen months ago. And then we subsequently moved into Nikki later space run by QB three. And in Berkeley, that's pretty cool and a ton of progress is a new startup company guys on that. Because it made a lot of a lot of growth in a very short window time and hats off to you. So coming out of the world academia into now being entrepreneurs and started a world. What's it like I like it because we're learning a ton every day, which was very much like academic research, but we're actually getting to interface with the people around their pets. I think that's right research. Which is different. It's satisfying in a different way. It's a very long-term time runs. And so getting interrupted fess Moore's whose patting is and that's the rewarding emails about my cats doing so much better. Thank you. You know, I I didn't think there is a solution for this. And that says it means everything to us and keeps us going into that is one big difference between and sorta academic life. That's detached from providing solutions like we're doing. Now, we are learning every day. And that you know, that was something or you're doing research, and that was one of the really fun things about it like marketing. Actively involved in science communication out of Davis as well. And and that has actually been very valuable here. We're basically continuing educate people about with my Ryan is and how it can be maintained and stored. That's a good opportunity to pause and educated a little bit. What is the biker volume? Yeah. So macro bynum is it's all the microbes that live on an NS and the ones that live in our guts do a lot of work for us in terms of digesting our feed and helping with our immune system. And so if you're missing certain tax. Racing. Some of the microbes that are good press than you can get sick for humans, and it's true for cats and dogs because they're mammals like Cincinnati similar physiology. And so I worked for dealing with the gut microbiome specifically playing the microbiome of microbes and microbes are bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms. So when you typically find animals that are having severe issues is that typically the cause that they are missing a percentage of the microbiomes that they should have to be healthy questions to answer is we have a test kits to weaken much at competition. Bacteria and often we do find that they have poor representations of groups that are healthy. But I think they usually our customers have tried everything else. I often they've even had an Ascii or ultrasounds done for things like inflammatory bowel disease, though, it's China understand the round looked I just sort. The main causes are complex and we'd also find your tender sand the host. A genetic predispositions for some of these conditions. But by the time our customers come to us. They usually try everything else. And so we are finding that often. It may be costs. Gotcha. Yeah. And I'm sure you guys see this is really tough cases. I'm sure so I probably have over simplified this. But maybe good to explain what you guys do on the diagnostic side as well as the therapeutic side. So can you explain a little bit of what a micro bio testing kit looks like and what the process might look like for customer. That's coming to you guys. Sure. So our assessment kit product again from our website now if you order that then you receive a box and in the box is sampling equipment. So that's a plastic Nile with a stabilizing buffer in. What you do is you collect a little piece of your poop from your catalog, but it in the vile, and then we send you gloves. So you don't have to touch it. You send it back to us in one that we provide. And then what happens in the lab is that we take that vile and take the poop, and then extract all the DNA from the us next generation sequencing to figure out what's in there. We take all those strings of as jeez teason season match them to known databases of bacteria. And so then we say, you know, these are all the bacteria in that sample, and this is how much of each is in there. And so then we have a report that compares what's in your animal to our database of healthy animals. So the world of deep science big data improve merged together, pretty cool. So I should have mentioned let me do this before we take a quick break. If anyone wants to take a look, and you should the website is animal Baion dot com. That's the word animal B M E dot com, and we're gonna take a quick break. And we'll be right back a little more with calling card..

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"gestion" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"To, use ridesharing coming into downtown Royal, Oak the second reason was it really does help out with gestion provides a reliable, and efficient way to get, into Royal Oak can safely on at the end of the night Sean camera is the manager is the manager of the Royal Oak. Downtown development to thirty he says they've decided to continue. The promotion after high interest in its first weekend. Riders can use the code r. o. summer eighteen from five PM to midnight Thursday Days Fridays and Saturdays until September first the Michigan state housing development authority hoping to spur development with tax cuts here's www as Jackie paid tax credits are a critical resource for developers to use when planning to rehab or build new homes so, the Michigan state, housing development, authority is delivering thirteen point five million dollars in tax cuts for low income housing development fourteen developments will be receiving the tax credits including. Ann Arbor Detroit and Flint among others low income housing tax credits are federal. Tax credits that are administered by the state these projects will, build eight hundred sixty eight units have rental housing for low to moderate income families Jackie page w w j. NewsRadio nine fifty the Tigers on the right side of the scoreboard when it comes to. Which side, has the higher score they get a win over the tribe tonight we'll. Have highlights coming up in sports that's next w w j news time ten, fort A tasty cake it's all about making happy happen. No matter what the situation helping your, friend move Yeah third, time this year what. Do you say we put a. Smile on that face with a. Tasty cake peanut butter candy cake sure why not So what, do you think I..

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"gestion" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"I don't know that that gestion is the problem i i'm willing to bet that your dogs just eating too fast because i've seen dogs i'm caring for a dog my neighbor's dog this week and that dog inhale that oh yeah i mean you pour it in for you've actually completed pouring it's gone it's amazing how our dog does it in fact our dog comes to her bowl when we're sit down for dinner and when we do at a regular pace but still it might be you know every individual's different and might be fast for your dog or too fast for your dog listen it's a free toy give it a try and if it doesn't work then what i'd do is i'd ask your veterinarian have you done that i think we have actually and what is your vet said and what they told me is to raise the the bowl up yeah you know what that's a good idea as well yeah but our neighbor tried that and without still to no avail so but your neighbor's dog isn't your dog so yeah so i would that's another possibility as well but you know give this a try okay all right wait a week or two for us to get it to you okay find me on facebook look for my facebook fan page if you're on facebook if you're not on facebook you can find me on instagram just type in my name steve taylor steve dale's pet world you will find me or not on any of those at twitter there's always a platform for me steve dale pets is my handle as they say on twitter thunderstorm season it's here what do you do about it if your pet is.

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"gestion" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"That the president is frustrated with attorney general jeff sessions recused himself from the russia investigation tonight we're learning that the scandal plague epa administrator scott pruitt urs the president this spring to fire sessions he had a bright idea about who could replace him scott pruitt kaitlan collins joins us now with what she has learned caitlyn you broke this story what's going on here with this somewhat ajit gestion by scott pruitt hey studying turn of events john and now we're learning more about why it was the president over the last few months i've been floating the idea to his aides and advisors about replacing sessions with scott pruitt it's because scott pruitt went directly to president trump during this meeting in the oval office and he suggested firing jeff sessions putting him in at the department of justice where he would stay for about two hundred and ten days under the vacancies reform act which allows someone who has been senate confirmed as an and is an agency head to take over a position like that and then he told the president that after those days were up he would go back to oklahoma he hoped to run for office and the president can nominate a new person to be the attorney general this goes to show why does the president has been floating this idea this suggestion from scott pruitt came stunning in and of itself but it came at a time when the president's frustration with jeff sessions over his refusal from the russia investigation had resurfaced and it just shows what links scott pruitt was willing to go to now it also shows how the president has been over been willing to overlook these numbers of ethics scandals that are facing scott he's facing fourteen federal investigations right now as we speak and it just goes to show what the relationship between trump improve as like as questions are being raised of why scott pruitt still has a job that he does given the number of scandals against him to what was the reaction to this offer earth suggestion from scott pruitt so it certainly wasn't warmly received certainly not by sessions allies but aides in the white house quickly shot down this idea to the president explained to him why i didn't believe it would work and what the reaction to this would be we don't wanna push back on the story from the today not at first and i they gave us a statement saying they weren't going to comment on a story with anonymous sources that was a statement that was initially not attributed to a name but a title epa spokesman but then we'll get a statement from the epa administrator himself scott pruitt calling the report false saying that he and jeff sessions are good friends and that he hopes to see his success at the department of justice that is certainly not the way john that my sources inside the white house have characterized their relationship or killing collins thanks so much appreciate the reporting joining me now with more on scott pruitt as well as the president thinking when it comes to the supreme court fixing and political analyst new york times white house correspondent maggie haberman you have some of your own reporting on scott pruitt and who is who has doesn't exactly exactly with fourteen investigations falling from trees right now but there may be a timer maybe at his time at epa i mean there may be or there may not be what we have been hearing last week was that pruitt was pretty close to done and it was certainly an agenda item that john kelly who also is said to be close to done himself had wanted.

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"gestion" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Away that provides that powerhouse for our immune system are gestion and isn't that one of the core foundations you think that that is missing link yeah i mean certainly diet is number one by far but since we've already talked about most people don't have that then probiotics and an enzyme probably be number two enzymes we get from raw fruits and vegetables and plants and our bodies make some but he destroys them so a lot of the foods that we eat we cook and so we kinda destroy the enzyme so enzymes become something that you can take and there's two different kinds of ends i'm supposed to come from animals and those that come from plants rain chose you know fourteen fifteen years ago now to stick was only plant based enzyme we decided not to go into the big pancreas and things of that sort for our sources of enzymes yeah which is smart move by the way i think it's very smart move now now jeff what makes the difference really in in a lot of the different supplements especially when you're talking about enzymes and probiotics there's a major difference between what master supplements dies in my opinion and with what you've educated me with two and other companies are not to not to put down another company but but talk about the difference because there is a major difference quality is a big deal the delivery systems a big deal and also the way you source them and create them live versus dead enzymes live organisms versus dead organisms there's a major difference isn't there yeah there is let's you know let's set the table here just a little bit the my partner has been in the probiotic and the cheese culturing cheese culturing is very much the same as probiotic bacteria growing it's held etiquettes makes swiss cheese like the salsa that gets make swiss cheese and lactobacillus are are probiotic bacteria they grow the same way so he's been in.

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"gestion" Discussed on The Thrive Global Podcast

The Thrive Global Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on The Thrive Global Podcast

"Okay perfect i how everybody heard that and any ideas and he said gestion please let us know about on social media you can tell her directly tell me and intercede i mean i had no expectations that this was going to happen today thank you are you on i i appreciate appreciate it it we go with i know we do we do we love it you know one of the through lines in your career has been the way you're able to use pop culture to reach people and you want said that one of the reasons you turn to pop culture as a child was because it was a way to communicate with your white classmates so tell us about that and the role that pop culture plate in your life before you even started using that word there's a story that i don't actually think i've i've told anyone so i moved to colorado springs colorado with my family when i was twelve and tell the world where from from ghana from not everybody knows that directly on in ghana yes and i'd warning in connecticut yes on iran roll up in ghana and then at the age of twelve yes you move to colorado springs colorado which is not a diverse place you know my classmates and my teachers had a lot of questions about where i was from so i spent a lotta time educating in which a twelve who wants to do that nobody wants to do that but i really didn't need a way to connect to my classmates and it was at the height of john elway as popularity and the denver broncos right there on a high i mean it was just you know nineteen eighty nine it was fabulous time for denver and football and the football i knew was what is called soccer here right the black stars of across that was our team you know football team so i got here and i was like football football but it was the wrong football and i would go to school and everyone would be in their orange and blue and wearing all the denver broncos gear and so i went home after you know probably the first week or so and told my mom that i needed.

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"gestion" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Interesting so he has both falling the carnivore dot now just yeah for right now i've been doing it for two months my you know my body fats improved my bloodworks improved i would love to go over with you and show you the stuff and see what you think can improve even further because there's always more work and my first thing that comes to mind and i've never done it so i won't talk to it but i thought it was just micronutrients like your body needs micronutrients you everything resp is your mitochondria responsible for everything right sure and without the proper micronutrients to support gestion to support cellular processes i just i don't know but i speculate that at some point there's got to be some deterioration but again look at your blood right yeah i speculate that to like it seems at some point there's going to be something that's missing failure right look at the blood and see it seemed like if you look at the the idea of eating for the seasons like you know if you lived in the north you've probably in the wintertime all you probably it was meet because he didn't have access to plants whereas there is a season ality three or four months yeah and even three or four months and then maybe in the spring on go these plants and maybe there's a season ality seems to make more sense to my brain like where did you what is your your ancestors evolve if it is really interesting that now all we're thinking about is like what people used to eat a long time ago hiring and we're trying to figure it out like reverse engineer i feel it after doing this for you know twenty plus years on and off and after going into this carnivore diet it seems to me the keita genyk diet seems to be fairly effective for a lot of different things but it also seems to me that bribing that fine line of really not getting any kito sus it it feels like to me that's the that's kind of the best spot to live in is that evolved flex have the metabolic flexibility to have some carbohydrates here and there so for me i'll have a sweet potato here and there i'll have some rice here and there will have an orange here and they're kind of like the only word i'll probably.

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"gestion" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"When we started it was a my first comment to bradshaw the guy does with me was is i if eight people listen to this i'll be thrilled because i just wanna take someone who's done amazing things and talk about and just have them have notion that someone's gonna spend ours short twenty five minutes twenty five minutes talking about the great thing that and then brad did such a good job of it now we're saying okay we want people to listen to it but it's it's it goes back to the concept of celebrating whatever it is you want celebrate highland highlight and tell stories about it and we connect from hearing these stories and sometimes you go while this person's just so much better person than i'm ever going to be that forget it that's how the ballpark but it's still it's racial and then some of them you go yeah okay i i can do that maybe i'll correct course one yeah so for all of you complain that my interviews for too long i mean certainly many of you listen to the entire interview but if you'd like a short form fix he's checkout crazy turns and i'm gonna make i don't do this much but i'm gonna make an ask of the audience and then i'm going to ask you if you have any parting words gestion 's advice or asks of the audience to beyond checking out crazy good turns i would challenge everyone listening for a day maybe a week to not criticize it's to to try to put into practice what we've been talking about and that is highlighting and applauding what it is you want to see more of in the world few if you see someone online who's doing something great who's making sacrifices for the for the greater good.

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"gestion" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"When we started it was a my first comment to bradshaw the guy does with me was is i if eight people listen to this obvious thrilled because i just wanna take someone who's done amazing things and talk about and just have them have notion that someone's gonna spend ours short twenty five minutes twenty five minutes talking about the great thing that and then brad did such a good job of it now we're saying okay we want people to listen to it but it's it's it goes back to the concept of celebrating whatever it is you want celebrate highland highlight and tell stories about it and we connect from hearing these stories and sometimes you go while this person's just so much better person i'm ever going to be that forget it that's how the ballpark but it's still it's racial and then some of them you go yeah okay i i can do that maybe i'll correct course one dry yeah so for all of you complain that my interviews for too long i mean certainly many of you listen to the entire interview but if you'd like a short form fix he's checkout crazy turns and i'm gonna make i don't do this very much but i'm gonna make an ask of the audience and then i'm going to ask you if you have any parting words gestion 's advice or asks of the audience to beyond checking out crazy good turns i would challenge everyone listening for a day maybe a week to not criticize it's to to try to put into practice what we've been talking about and that is highlighting and applauding what it is you want to see more of in the world few if you see someone online who's doing something great who's making sacrifices for the for the greater good.

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"gestion" Discussed on Crash On My Couch

Crash On My Couch

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on Crash On My Couch

"Gestion as well which rarely impressive was that the pay like the notes document withold among yes yes there is someone who sent us yes and notes document which was very helpful so let me go on my train of okay so first of all this is such an amazing twitter handle her twitter handle is at real mccoy tweets but her name right now is the holiday armadillo knife which i now know what that is i never watched friends before i started hitting well but now i'm like how inside joke and not so much i am in on it ha ha holiday armadillo a hard holiday armadillo okay but anyways she give us a lot of different ones i'm gonna save the one that i think we should use our wife ceo of them so why don't you tell me which ones your favorite okay okay well okay i'm just gonna but they need to hear what they are as well so she had so many good ones she had directors cut living in technicolour after the trailers which is kind of a colon setting the scene also masing via the final cut love i quite like the funnel i found cut cut to black fade to black my favorite one is real talk reults hogg are e e l talk real talk time for real talk that's like that's pretty voted don't you think before this will was like no tell me what is before he's are doing this podcast 'cause i wanna know what it is because europe pick some dumb one and i was like on not like a real desire to do like before i do like the uh the final final.

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"gestion" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Discuss the gestion around the holidays and how probiotics may be able to help us get through the holidays because everybody knows that you're gonna eating stuff more stuff an of frequently stuff that it doesn't quite agree with you and welcome back to the program marty oh thoroughly my carter v with your regular kind introduction or you're welcome in you know what thanksgiving is fast approaching uh there and that was pretty good did you hear there and he's a killer of simulating a a sick turkey but nonetheless arose oh yeah yeah so thanksgiving is kelly marty what does that mean for our digestive health well the problem really start probably like right now because we'll have over handy good halloween in my favour from now on earth anybody who there were studied combining euro note at all bets are off between now and and probably the root beer bacardi's early now all kinds of things that people printer creditor in we because a great burden um our it gartner for ferry really happy about it woo hoo yeah i i think you're right about that the it all begins with the sugar orgy i call it at halloween and then original group the sacks of candy that are that the children or grandchildren a drag home or the sacks of candies and junk food that the parents grandparents purchase and they don't fully we give it out then there into that for at least another month which gets us into uh the thanksgiving holiday so let's talk about this it was talk about holiday weight gain and you know is that just i was reading the other day that the human beings have of about thirty some genes for the potential to become overweight or obese but yet uc whole populations and other countries especially those countries that have food 's that have prebiotics in there the base of their diet let's say in asia the you can't it's hard to find somebody i we go to japan having going to japan or once a year for the last eight years it's very difficult mardyan certain parts of japan lesser in downtown tokyo and then it's rare two it's hard to find people who are overweight in asian countries and we gotta be shutting that figuring out why that is and then mimicking.

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"gestion" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"In there it is taste awardwinning it comes in four flavors there's lenin there's basil there's garlic and then there's a plane flavor but for salad dressing thoroughbred debt for a pasta drafing or for recipes that don't call for heating the oil this is one rockstar olive oil that gives you also fourteen hundred and eighty milligrams of omega3 with the emphasis on brain lobbying dha in one tablespoon that would be that would be if gestion i would make now again back to the founder and paying turmeric turmeric his photo protective and in this case it needed can be applied topically well that's gonna turn you yellow or gold if you've ever had a turmeric capsule that leak and now it wasn't a coffin product that i bought a turmeric mraz veritas paul combination one time in the capital's got leaky before the bottle was empty and the whole inside of the bottle was yellow and when you pop them out onto your hand you you're the palm of your hand with a little bit yellow to the topic we applied turmeric may not be found thing that is practical but these foods tomatoes red wine berries green tea those are things that we can do on a regular basis and they're gonna have multiple health benefits not just the benefit of protecting again sunday image fit think he can go there what a great idea and and then i mentioned this but i wanna i wanna talk about it again there was just and nineteen world congress on gastrointestinal cancers that was held in an israeli team from tel aviv medical center found that voting up on more servings of fish and fru and cutting out soft drink are three of the most important things that we can do for colorectal health and what we found was.

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"gestion" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on KOMO

"A deadline of june twelve which comes about two weeks before its term is scheduled to end was you left state legislature to run for seattle mayor but gestion ferrell's absence in olympia may cause a problem for democrats trying to pass the budget couples jeff pohjola has more jefferson farrell had served a little more than two terms in the state house but gave it all up in an effort to leave the city the problem is that her departure from olympia leaves the democrats one vote short of a majority in one vote short of passing a budget when they are just weeks away from a possible government shutdown gop floorleader jt wilcox it seemed like a stream cake on priority uh to be coming up to the moon before the end of the fiscal year and then to decry your party and putting were so under shoes of their functional majority but democratic leader pat sullivan says her absence is irrelevant at this point anything that fast food the legislature will have strong bipartisan support in farrell says the democrats are already looking at replacements would cut down of air what's going to be any interruption of the budget at that arab there said the camera and pray i in the very short term she says her successor could be seated in as little as ten days jeff pohjola komatsu following up on a story would i told you about earlier in the week the head of the spokane county democratic party says his organization is scrambling to clean up its accounting system after being sued by this state attorney general andrew busy arnaud at the spokane county democratic party says his organisation failed to report contributions and expenditures for almost two years tuition piled on time and and there are sometimes filed inaccurately but important to note that there isn't any allegation of malfeasance and our money was spent and it wasn't properly reported told the attorney general's lawsuit is shuttered on more than one hundred thousand dollars in contributions at expenditures up until now viviana says spokane county democrat chevvies volunteers to handle the accounting but he says the system of reporting to the public disclosure commission is so complicated that candidates and parties need a.

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"gestion" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"gestion" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"The city baldwin attitude towards guns legally number about the illegal guns wherever they're all over the streets everybody's gotten illegal guns it seems like in the city of baltimore or the country citizens who are living sometimes as prisoners in their own community who simply want to get out the military casanova crimes we talk about our happening of broad daylight broad daylight carjackings everything else so when citizens want a armor protect themselves you might as well say that you want to uh a you know oh great bring brain at the worst world worst parts of the world in the city of baltimore no this is not a problem for those who say you've all guns a probe it is a solution what are the is that these solution it is a solution to the problem in the cities to have people arming themselves to protect themselves let's get john in case though good afternoon john go ahead before good afternoon i'm taking my call thank you a quick question i i believe i heard a president yang make mentioned earlier problem and cutting the budget i think it was actually the mayor well uh doing away with one of the city helicopters yes rounding a helicopter yes and who to gestion was well we have a agreement with surrounding jurisdictions we ingest use bear helicopter right to assess if he realized how much that's gonna cost the constituents of the surrounding jurisdictions and fuel and bait now i dunno hilas says experience john okay because i was part of the team of your member we had one of our helicopters tragically plans to be a little railroad report and our all right so they were grounded for well i was part of the team in the state senate working within transportation secretary jump a car and then the police commissioner in baltimore city ed norris i was part of the team to help bring.

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