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"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

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03:04 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Lot of questions about motivation. I think this is a great place to start looking at your blood. You know there could be that that could be something that could be a factor because like with andrew they they saw The your red blood cell count was high which is showing some issues potentially with sleep If your sleep is thrown off well of course you're not motivated in time you know so It could lead to like. Hey let's let's look at. Let's consider you having a sleep. Study done or it could be that your strom levels are starting to get lower than they used to be or or whatever it might be. But i think a great place to start is to to look into that because it's going to give you an idea of all the different things that are going on in your life. They're all gonna show up on this test. Nah your stress that you have in your life whether you're able to sleep whether you're out partying into the middle of night and it's gonna it's going to reveal a lot And i think it's I think this is the way to go. I think it's the way to go. I think you're see more and more people Jumping on board with this. Or if you feel like you can't get out of your own and you're kinda fucking stuck on the couch Us merrick health. They go get some blood work done and then on top of the blood work. You're going to have somebody walking you through each and every panel that they went over are that they They drew from you. They're going to go over each thing and they're going to tell you how you can work on Having a better outcome the next time that you get your blood done. Yeah and you know. We just had lane norton on and he was talking to bryan callen. You know if if if anybody has ever heard callan he's always talking about like i gotta get on t. T i had to do something like you know. I mean just looking at that guy. He's always springing he's always full of energy like testosterone personify. So lane was like dude. Just go get your labs done and sure enough. He had high test so area. Yeah yeah so you know exactly what mark saying like go. Get your labs done and that'll never really it to be like motivating but you're absolutely right. Like yeah i do gotta get my check and all that good stuff because you know. That's that's that's dangerous. you know. Listen she could happen down the road to having merrick take care of my blood work and tell me what i'm doing what it's doing Puts me in a better position to just get better. Learn about your heart. You can learn about your digestive system. I mean you can find all kinds of stuff. This cancer screenings too. I mean it's kind of heavy but that something that you to know especially as you get older like you want to make sure that you're not at risk you don't wanna like big mark lobe liner. Recently he had something removed he just found out and he had it removed early. But you don't want to have a situation where something was lingering and you could have found out about three or four years ago but you didn't So just keep that in mind. Take us out of here andrew egypt. So we're again. We're talking about labs in merrick is our lab company and we highly recommend that you guys start getting stuff done and make it a little bit easier for you because you can use promo.

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"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Amazing. That's great yeah. It's definitely exciting. Time for doctors who treat obesity medicine and also just people who want to cheer their obesity as well. Because it's one of the most true forms of preventative medicine that you can have. Are there any Blood markers that maybe were not considering when it comes to obese. People like you know we've been talking about like trends amongst young people but how about amongst obese people. If i don't know maybe you guys catch something early on. Maybe i don't know that's even preventable. But you know what i mean like. Is there something that possibly were not thinking of when it comes to obese people that their blood markers are usually through the roof or something like that yeah I mentioned the fascinates one more even the non fasting insulin to see their insulin response or even kind of like a glucose tolerance test so those are some things that we can look at an obese people and these people that have anemia or hemolytic disorders and testino. Fructose emmy and also be reasonable so those are some things that you can look at. I wish that we could test neurotransmitters as well so if we could test their therre tone in levels easily or dopamine levels easily then it would really tell us a lot more about the pathophysiology of obesity because each case is unique and in some cases has to do with mostly engine and the treatment for that is different so Each case is a little bit different and we can't test for everything but we can test for Whenever we are able to and then infer from the result if there's an issue with you know their neurotransmitters serotonin level their romy level if it were because you mentioned.

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"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"They can take this but there are things that they can do as far as their lifestyle to increase their testosterone. Right now. what if a young guy does want to go that route and they do want to do those things What should they be thinking about before. They make that jump like for example marks talk and marksman opened about his his use right and he started. He was twenty five right but he's already been lifting for a long period of time before that so for younger individuals who are thinking about going into that realm. What should they think about before they do that. That's a difficult question from a doctor's perspective Obviously ideally then they don't do that but What a lot of my colleagues had advocate for is just learning as much as possible before starting so there are talked about this in his videos. Steve talks about the videos and different people who are fluid influencers if you will A lot of times just by helping both the good and the bad because there is some good as you mentioned but by also including that an honest assessment of the bad things that often happen. It convinces people not to so. That's almost more of a cultural change. Though the same thing when it comes to any other substance that can be used whether it's alcohol or opiates or nicotine is having an honest assessment of some of the negatives so seventy years ago pretty much. everybody used nicotine partly because we didn't know about the long term detriment and it took a long time for that cultural change to start kicking in and heavy to benefit so hopefully as people are talking about it. More openly people will not be so aggressive to jump on in and Recklessly start however that being said if you're going to start and you know that one hundred percent and you definitely want get good baseline labs and that's not just your baseline testosterone level and baseline lipids. And whatever else good baseline all inclusive comprehensive labs you mentioned.

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"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

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04:22 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Over the counter. It was like alpha lipoic acid and vitamin c. And a couple of other. Just small suggestions. From ben i believe And then the next time. I got my blood work My c. reactive protein was was good and these things that if they go on diagnosed or you're not paying attention to This inflammation that you might have going on the body like who the hell knows what it's going to result in so i i'm happy that like i can look at these things or we can look at these things together and say. Hey this is probably not a great idea for this to be You know out of wack. Let's figure out how to get it back. On course what c. Reactive protein c reactive protein is a general or nonspecific marker of inflammation in the body so there are several workers than we usually refer to them as acute phase reacted. And whether you're inflamed from something that your body's allergic to or an autoimmune disease like krones Or lupus or an infection or chronic infection. Oftentimes these are elevated. Drp we like specifically because it is one of them workers that we use to stratified your risk of heart disease. So you're considered low risk if you're below one especially low risk if you're below point five Moderate risk one two three and then higher risk three and above so the reason why some people have different reference reference ranges for example if you're testing for an auto immune disease rheumatological disease. Oftentimes the normal range will the five or ten. But that's because you're not really looking to stratified your risk of heart disease or inflammation. You're looking to see how likely it is As a general screening for that for You know autumn uterus Disease in general. What are some measures that you might take if somebody comes in and they Just just Maybe having a lot of digestive issues like are there things you can look at it in the blood that would identify You know how they can course correct with their diet to you. Know have better digestion. People having like gluten intolerances and just be wide variety of things that are kind of wreaking havoc on their body. How do you guys assists or walk. Somebody through that. Yeah absolutely so There's lots of gi pathophysiology. We already mentioned Some gi pathology know the Extinction of the gut. Microbial things like that but In general when you have got issues even if you're relatively young and healthy it's important to rule out inflammatory bowel deceased so If you've heard of ibs or Irritable bowel syndrome Inflammatory bowel diseases. Ibd which is different Examples of that would be ulcerative colitis and crowed which are actually quite common pathologies And another theology that we see quite often feely activity usually in krones and ulcerative colitis. If you're having a flare then you're inflammatory markers or high. But the gold. Standard for diagnosis is in dos kathy or a colonoscopy with biopsy so oftentimes ruling out important if people have severe gi issue People in their twenties and thirties or Relatively prone to it. And there's also a correlation with family history with iliac there's a genetic correlation so A lot of people have a different antigens or jean de to eight or two of them but you can several different antibodies which can be an a negative mildly positive or positive and the higher the higher chance that it is but again in bio see dos copy. Is the gold standard diagnosis for. That's a you know. A true allergy Or iga antibody that is formed against. There's also gluten intolerance which is somewhat harder to test for and then a whole host of other pathologies of which markers in stool tests and help us in the diagnostic workup You know a lot of.

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"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

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05:46 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"And so on it can have tremendous benefits but i think people are kind of misrepresenting thinking like if i really jack my stash thrown up This is going to be great and this is going to do all these amazing things for me. I'm going to be a monster in the gym. Getting monster in the bedroom. And you're going to be able to do all these miraculous things but it doesn't really work that way. Yeah absolutely so. There's actually not super strong correlation between testosterone level If you're natural endogenous producer and how that will translate to body composition or even athletic performance so It varies a lot individual now. Obviously if you're on history and there's a pretty strong correlation within the individuals you mind repeating that so you're mentioning amongst natural athletes. It was that right. Yeah so people will come in often and They'll come to america for hair loss prevention or hair and skin optimization and They may feel totally fine. And they might have a very low testosterone level like truly clinically hypo battle and no symptoms at all. It actually happens quite often. It's just We usually don't test those people Unless we're testing them for hair. Loss prevention you know. Try to try to prevent and ask some like dried syndrome. One of the biggest risks is a low free testosterone which is extremely easy tests pest for and most doctors would likely test for that four starting up an asteroid however some people come in and they think they have symptoms of low testosterone and Those patients who had the highest disaster and overseeing one guy had naturally as you said over fifty free casaus stroz judas. Total was almost fifteen hundred. Yeah and he came in with symptoms of low testosterone. So there's You know some correlation. But it's not a super strong correlation. What does a boost into stash ron. Do for somebody that You know is maybe getting older. Maybe there's just ostro and starting to go down. What are some of the positive benefits that you've seen happen. People a lot of positive benefits of testosterone especially if an aging male is truly. Hypo battle is ins them. Back the tools to take their life and improve their lifestyle to the they feel like they did when they were younger. That's a lot of guys say so They have the ability to have a healthy lifestyle to exercise. Like they did before sometimes when You know it's always a risk benefit discussion right. So if there's an aging mail that might have low testosterone perhaps their lifestyle and diet and genetic factors have not been optimal and they reach a point in their life where this australian replacement where exogenous ostra would be too dangerous and that's unfortunate because perhaps if they had addressed those pathologies earlier in their life then they would have been able to change their lifestyle perhaps take some meditations change their diet. And then that wouldn't the pathology wouldn't have happened. Can you explain that. A little bit further i. I don't know if i totally not getting this. But you said there would be a point. Where like actually taking exotic testosterone for an individual would be dangerous thing to do. What would cause that would be a dangerous thing to do for that type of person so known coronary artery. Disease is one of the kind of strict contra indications to Just ostro replacement so If someone has something like You know several stints in the past Known significant coronary artery disease. It's more dangerous and you might not want to start that patient on rt. Especially if they're not at a place if they're so conditioned perhaps they're not even a cardiac rehab candidate Which is the rehab that you do after you know. You're in the cardiovascular. Icu for a stint or bypass That person's not very good candidates to start on rt horrible one actually so That's an example of one thing but there's a lot of other risk factors as well so one cloth is risk factor if someone Is very adamant about hair. Loss prevention and likely prone to it if they're prone to prostate cancer or prostate issues at another one if they're prone or already have gynaecomastia worse than you the gun masta. That's another one liver disease Kidney disease and congestive heart failure so There's a lot of contra indications that the rt interestingly the american academy of family practice which is Organization one of the largest organization of family doctors mentioned They have a recommendation as well. Then i guess not too many not all family doctors know about the recommendation. But they want you to share decision-making especially if there's an ag male with low testosterone that also has low ito because the afc recognizes that are of quality of life is important enough to You know admit there's some risks but the benefits maybe more now also Curious about this.

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"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"At all so Apparently there's something that has to do with theology. It's kind of interesting because we do know that it's a week. Mu opioid receptor agonists and a lot of the weight-loss medications we use especially for benji or similar. So there's an excellent medication called trae. Which is brokering on wellbutrin. And then naltrexone which is Partial agonists partial intact list so perhaps great has a similar mechanism of action to that. And that's some of the beneficial effects that people get Obviously that's a relatively safe medication and we prescribe fairly often So a case could be made. If you're not overly sensitive to it perhaps you could take it for a long period of time and have no negative side effects. That being said i've seen lots of cases and people it said create him you know Been horrible for them and It had withdrawn from it. And they already do it again. what are some supplements that you personally take. And what are some that maybe you do seem to prescribe almost all the time to just about everybody or is there anything like that. That people that you think is just like healthy. Good practice that someone should take every day whether it be. You know vitamin d. or something that's heart healthy. Your brain healthy got suggestions for anything like that. Yeah the vitamin d. I digestion You know as humans change in culture changes we spend a lot more time sitting and inside like we are right now so A lot of people have insufficient or even deficient vitamin d. And through this pandemic. i've seen more patients with lower vitamin d than ever so vitamin d. Three supplement Is one of the most bioavailable one a question depal to pop in with on this Is there any is there. Is there any dangerous levels of vitamin d. You know years ago. I started popping tons of it when i started here about the benefits of it. Like i've heard from some people that it might not be a good idea to hurt from others at that. Say it might even cause calcification and things like that. What's your take on that with the research show at that. Yeah absolutely It is a fat soluble vitamin so d- aka and e take with the d. Those are your fat sally vitamins. And if you're taking almost all vitamin d and you're helping absorb that in the gut. Perhaps you're absorbing less of your other fat soluble. Why'd they generally want your level between about thirty and one hundred so i have seen a couple of patients with levels greater than two hundred eight kim. Build up in your liver. So that's where your body stores a lotta your fat volleyball vitamins. That's why you don't wanna eat an entire bare liver so next time you're team prepares Only part of that liver gotta remember that scary high levels save essentially toxic levels of fat fiber vitamin. But no no danger otherwise to take like a kennel. If you don't go over one hundred. There's no danger. There's actually good studies combination of vitamin d. Three vitamin k to Helps prevent atherosclerosis or ordering other any other supplements. They usually suggest to most people. I suggest soluble fiber and biotic fiber pretty much everybody so the amount of dietary fiber has decreased significantly dietary fiber or soluble fiber for example liam and fortunately dietary fibers listed in nutritionally too. So it's pretty easy to tell you even if you don't want to supplement you can get pretty much everything from you know whole foods that you can get from a supplement as well but it helps raise your good. Hbo cholesterol and probably your aibo life. Oh protein a one which is kind of a good political hdl it also helps with into insensitivity and then it also helps decrease colon cancer risk which is becoming more and more common. There's a reason why they changed the screen from fifty to forty five so Soluble dietary dietary fiber will help with that And then the prebiotic fiber component think of your body rudimentary as a fish. Take your probiotics. Which is the microbiome in your gut as the fish and then the prebiotic fiber. That's the fish booed taking probiotics time. But you never eat any prebiotics fiber like garlic chicory root Anything with anyone in it. Which is derived usually reroute leeks onions. Things like that or a prebiotic fiber supplement bene- fibers one of the most common ones. That's gonna help actually feed the good bacteria in your gut because you have millions of species so even if you have the best probiotic that you know No the There's only gonna be forty or fifty strength in it at most and even if you're eating kiefer and cambodia and kimchi and all the other good probiotic foods. There's still only so many. They're likely used to be on. Average a million species of unique bacteria. people that are sixty five cluster. Older lot of them have one hundred thousand or more unique species and now a lot of kids these days possibly partly due to diet and partly due to the antibiotic apocalypse often. They have less than ten thousand species. So the concern. Is that all these kids. When they're older are going to start getting see. Do you think someone like a carnivore. Diet may not be a good idea with your Fiber recommendation And also do you think that Maybe the average person could utilize a lot of fiber.

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"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

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06:56 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Yeah just so often when you're proactive really high. You have a decrease in your follicle stimulating hormone and luke nineteen hormone known as going to atropine and when those decrease it can both decrease spermatogenesis and the semi efforts to vehicles. And the in the testes and then it because of f f h and then with lower. La chicken decreased testosterone production in the late excels so It can affect your fertility and then it can also affect something known as refractory period so If you have very high reluctant oftentimes your refractory period is longer. Oh man. I thought you're gonna say short. Yeah how can we increase our appeared by the way. Let's let's jordan don short in that time zone. Yeah how could you get your reluctant and a better range that too young. So there's a few ways to act proacting High levels of estrogen increase the p. Elgin or the collected gene which increases reluctant production so controlling your estrogen levels appropriately and in a healthy way also anything that is a dopamine agonists specifically d two receptor agonists at the to itary that will also help so people know of medications like romo christine or Caper golden that. You'd use in significant pathologic hypercholesterolemia usually adenomas on the to terry. But there's lots of other things that agonized that dopamine receptor were example p. five p. or appeared oxygen. Five pyro phosphate the form of vitamin d. Six that often give people to decrease nausea is at a supplement pharmaceutical. Yeah it's a. It's a vitamin supplements vitamin e. to will do similarly and will help lower the prophylactic and how you get it on quicker after you already got it on or got it in theoretic theoretically okay. What is this called again. I'm sorry i just really. Six sixty five. Is that type of vitamin b. Six yeah most. People take picking grams once or twice a day. Fifty take taking notes. Dock your great great information for us is. I think i heard this. But even if like during pregnancy ammann's lacked will skyrocket for some reason because hers is i. I might have that loss. But if that's the case why the heck does that happen and maybe that would explain why. My ship was through the roof as well. Yeah so the hassle physiology of The drop in testosterone postpartum drop into that many men have is not super well-known. But we know that when Two partners are together or physically touching often that changes their levels of oxytocin and follicle stimulating hormone. Whether that's through proactive. Or not It's not well known that. I know of but You know obviously in the postpartum period and even during pregnancy The hormones at the women have will change how much and how she wants to interact with partner. What's the connection between sex addiction. You mentioned the pro lacked levels. Being higher does pro lacked in like some like does it make you horny or something like that or it's more of the opposite so After orgasm proactively something really all right so you were mentioning hype reluctant but you're also mentioning again more trend. I don't know if you more that you're you're going to mention before i stopped you on prophylactic yeah As far as young men A lot of times. they have significantly high insulin. Sometimes they have low testosterone but very seldom. Do they have pathologically low testosterone. True hypo judaism. You know occasionally we'll find the case and usually we can find a cause for it It seems like proacting micro. Adenomas are fairly common as a cause of secondary hypo. Does them but again. Those are still relatively rare in younger males Have annoyed marijuana is pretty causes and causes elevated. Reluctant crimes are pretty common cause Opiates are pretty common cause as well but we love crater. Yeah and i don't mean to put all of those Different substances are on the same level so in general the you know. Opiates or abusing. Opiates is going to be a significant lee. More severe 'cause of going on but We are in the middle of an opioid crisis. Stratum is actually a new opioid receptor agonists. So it stimulates opioid receptors. Just to touch Obviously not near as strong as a birlik logic. Opiates that brings me to question for you. So if you do if you are someone that uses to create them. Because i don't like the cool thing that i liked about it is that i don't feel a need for it if i did. That would be problematic for me but if someone does like like the way makes them feel as far as like maybe when they're getting worked on or whatever how can someone use it in a in a way that it doesn't cause negative effects because as you as you were going over my labs and i was like ok. Does this elevated proactive is gonna cause me in negative things. Do i need to really watch out for it. I wanna make sure that there isn't going to be any potential long term problems or problems in the short term like. I don't feel any problems as far as performance in the gym performance sexually performance. In general i feel okay but i just wanna make sure what is what would be the best safest way to use it knowing what it can do with crate him. A lot of that seems to depend on people physiology so unfortunately a lot of her evidence is anecdotal. I had one patient that had Blood and urine and it would happen. And i tried to look into that was caused by them and Ended up that it was not caused by him. So that was that was relatively reassuring. Some people seem to have severe withdrawing when they stopped crater and some people seem to be able to stop and have no.

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"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"That are trying and i off top of my head. I can't remember who like who you know is going to need treatment. I but you know I had mentioned. I'm like hey like bro. Science it's like h c jean-claude and you know a traditional doctor. He's just like in no. Don't do that. But i'm curious what are what is some treatment that you can recommend or that maybe somebody should Kind of research and kind of peek. At when maybe they're swimmers aren't as strong as they should be with men situational so As you mentioned in some cases h. e. g. indoor or climate could be helpful It's important to get a good diagnosis of why the infertility is happening. So in about one third of cases it's what we call female factor in about one third of cases male factor in about one third cases it combined or third factor so Basically workup to see. Is it mostly female infertility male infertility or just the combination of the two so that includes lab work occasionally that includes imaging whether it's ultrasounds or Hfc's things like that but often Male infertility you can find a cause and treat it so there's several other things that you can do and there's lots of studies doesn't mentioned with females the Myo inositol tolerate boss atoll. It's a supplement that lots of amused with males l. Carnitine is because it helps with sperm. Utility is what many menus well so Yeah that's that's your question directly. There's lots of different things that you can do. But it depends on the ideology of the infertility. I know i know you listeners. Right now are probably waiting for us to talk about test. And we'll get there at some point. But i'm really curious lack because this is important for men and women so up if we can. What kind of trends have you seen amongst young woman as far as like. Oh this is something that we're we're continuing to see more of like you mentioned infertility right so like all the labs you seen. You're like wow. I'm seeing a lot of young women with these issues. While going over a lot of these labs what what is what is a common trend and then also on the other side to what does a common trend. Your seeing amongst the labs of young men also. Because i think the reason why. I'm asking for young people and we can. We can get older individuals to is because when you're young you tend to think you're somewhat invincible But you know there's probably a lot of things that are going on that you don't realize like i was like i was mentioning earlier before you came on. I'm super happy. I got these labs done because it kind of gave me some confidence in what was going on. Like i know that. I'm kinda solid now whereas before i was like i could have some ship. I really don't know so. Could you help us figure that out a little bit. Yeah absolutely so in the labs of both young men and young women often. We see elevated proactive and often debts due to a lifestyle whether that certain herbs or stop laments that are increasing your pocket or even a seizure disorder or you're gonna sex addiction or the gluten in haiti and intake is crazy where they can tell you. Can you tell us what herbs like is it like. we'd like what. What are these things. Because when you look over my labs and you're like yeah the elevated proactive. I'm like what does that mean. Is this dangerous. Yeah crate him often. 'cause elevated reluctant any cap annoyed. I smoke a bit. obviously you can have what. What's the what does proactive do. And what's the dangers of having it may be elevated Out of the normal range. It does many ancillary functions and both men and women. It's main one of his main functions is helping with melk. Let doubt so. It raises precipitously during pregnancy from normal around ten to twenty and it raises up the two hundred or even four hundred or six hundred towards the end of pregnancy and health feeding along with Oxytocin so that's its main function It is actually possible for biological males to breastfeed as long as they have enough hypertrophy of the rest issue. We're gonna come out your lockton awesome. There had been. Yeah there's actually been studies on content the protein and nutrients and the You know lactation. L- fluid of male. Is there anything of detriment to having high lacked and other than maybe like sensitive nipples or something like that like is that like is there. Is there any harm. And also i wanna let it be known. Although my proactiv was elevated labs. I do not secrete milk from my peck. Your next you're not tony guy. And my nipples are sensitive to a normal degree. So there's nothing weird going on he put your mind to it. You could potentially produce milk. chris. I don't know about that. I've ever try but tony down there anyway..

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"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"People that don't know could lead to being pre diabetic and can lead to being the type two diabetic I believe maybe you can clarify that. A little bit more but what would be some recommendations. Be for somebody That has some insulin resistance. Both a maybe a pharmaceutical. And as well as maybe something over the counter that someone could utilize so thinking about insulin. Resistance in general the overarching term that i like to use for it. As a metabolic syndrome so encompasses dyslipidemia. It also encompasses high levels of insulin. High levels of glucose in the bloodstream interactivity and occasionally low levels of glucose in the cellular level so it's also correlated with High body mass in the abdominal area high disrobe body fat and thus fatty liver disease which is fat accumulation. Deliver so Just by looking at those different parameters you can usually tell or if they of insulin resistance however he general screening labs do not you know. They don't measure fasting end when they don't measure the insulin resistant. Score based on your lipids and many don't even include an a one which is basically a marker of your average blood glucose in the past three months assuming that you have a normal amount of red blood cell commercials all the time. It's going to lower your ses. Yeah but a lot of insurance companies don't recommend screening for diabetes or prediabetes or insulin resistance with onc- so it can be hard to know if you have insulin resistance however some of the best things that you can do for. It is have a lot of healthy fiber in your diet. Both prebiotics fibers and dietary fibers. Which is soluble fiber. Also doing a combination of anaerobic and aerobic exercise and insurance sensitize as well. There's also of supplement so in austin tall to popular one. Many people know it for its ability benefit. Cause infertility is becoming more and more prevalent as well so It's a b. vitamin derivative. But it's also an insulin her so that's another good influence. Peiser that you can take over the counter my own asta one form of it and that has more to do with the insulin sensitivity. There's also di tiro enough the which is we We i imagine. Does some people get a combination of both especially women than you should go with the mile and it's all now you asked about pharmaceuticals as well so There's lots of different pharmaceuticals that can help insulin. Sensitized you it. Kind of depends on what your personal situation is so some medications that we used to use for diabetes. A long time ago are great when it comes to preserving beta cell function the patriots beta cells secrete insulin so when someone becomes diabetic think of their beta cells dying so if you do autopsies on diabetics often times they have less than fifteen percent of their beta cells left. So you want to preserve those One so you don't get diabetes and two so that you don't end up on influence if you get diabetes so certain medications Td's or activists are actually very good at that but they have other detriments especially when using in a long term basis so Not usually not a good longterm medicine. Some are good long-term but they also have You know metformin is an example of very controversial one which is one of the most commonly prescribed medication in diabetics. It extends her life so there's a mortality benefit. However it's not as strong as somebody at synthesizing to insulin but it has different mechanisms of action so depending on the individual case a short course of metformin could be indicated and then also For life extension purposes metformin potentially had some benefit as well so the side effects of metformin. Which is with long term use twelve deficiency That's something that people bring up often Also with long term. Use lowering of potential lowering of one is another side effect. Of course those can be attenuated and taken into account. You're starting level so those markers are having seen so many i. I'm i'm guessing loud. You mentioned infertility being on the rise. And i'm just kind of curious about that like with everything you've seen. What are some of the big reasons. Why that's on the rise. I i'd assume maybe it's something within lifestyle or or. Are there deeper reasons why that's a problem. They wanted all the above. So people have lots and lots of different theories of why infertility. It's becoming more prevalent one of the easiest things to target is metabolic syndrome. So when you have Different things that are inhibiting your to terry function then Spermatogenesis can be problematic and ovulation. Relation can be problematic as well so Insulin resistance of course correlated with a condition as pto s. which is a continuum of Andrew genyk activity and insulin resistance and polycystic ovaries however the same processes that are causing that can also cause infertility risking men. So if you look at infertility risk in the race of obesity in the united states you can see that they are closely correlated. Not necessarily directly caused tori in some circumstances but definitely correllated and then of course. You had the debate which there's weaker evidence for but theoretically could be playing. A part is toxins in the environment. What is polycystic ovarian syndrome. I've i hear a lot I've heard a lot of women in my life. Talk about it. And how can someone Potentially i guess Rid themselves of this. I don't really know exactly what it is. I could be wrong to. I hear about it a lot amongst like really fit women. Yeah am i. Yes.

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"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"At people with health insurance and people without health insurance. What type of difficulty they fall into when they're trying to get lapsed done because i've heard people say my doctor says i shouldn't even get this done or he thinks it's useless et cetera so what are some pitfalls for people who are trying to do this just with their doctor. So if you're trying to use your regular doctor to get good lab workup. There's different levels of evidence for we'll be called screening labs and Each society in general has its own recommendations so family doctors will have a recommendation. The urologists will ever recommendation which may or may not be congruent. They all come together. And there's something called the us. The united states preventive task course which is a conglomeration of many different specialties and also brilliant statisticians. So they're making screening recommendations from a population based standpoint so it's not really an individual base standpoint so they taken to account the Number needed to treat so if you screen someone for Let's say thyroid dysfunction. How many people benefit from that and then how many people are harmed because you screen for things. Like i roy dysfunction or prostate cancer. Then you get false positives as well So the difficulty and that is when those societies release the recommendations insurance company will choose usually based on those whether they covered the test or not. Cover the test. For example this summer the screening recommendations for most people for colon cancer which is The highest level of it in either a fit test or colonoscopy changed from fifty to forty five and most insurance companies are changing their coverage and they will pay for people aged forty five to fifty in general or colon cancer screening in the case of something like insulin resistance Let's say that you see that Somebody does have some insulin. Resistance on their labs Insulin resistance Maybe for.

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"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"At the percentage of the population. That's getting that kind of stuff is going up all the time. There's people with all kinds of different issues that they might not be aware of clothing. Insulin resistance here we go. Can you hear us yet. Dr gillette i can hear you loud and clear. Thanks for having me on today. We really appreciate your time today. Can you give us a little background of on your Kind of medical history and kind of how you got into Working with american. Absolutely so. I noticed that you were talking about insulin. Resistance as i joined and That has a lot to do with it. So i've always kind of known that i wanted to be a family doctor. My dad's a family as well and What family doctors are supposed to specialize in as preventative medicine and then also connecting with the individual. So i've always had a passion for that through med school. I was a member of organizations. Like food is medicine and exercise is medicine which have fortunately started catch on As of recently and I noticed that a lot of my colleagues had hashing for similar things especially eerie medical training during med school and even during residency. Doing things like walk with the dock. Where he you'd walk with your doctor. You know saturday mornings. You go exercise together for health reasons. And we'd even write prescriptions for as well on a prescription pad just like we would medication but somehow transitioning to clinical practice that is lost to some degree. And that's how. I ended up with america because merrick seems to emphasize the lifestyle intervention. That are more powerful than any medication that we can prescribe someone. Yeah that's that's amazing. You got you would walk with the patients. That sounds amazing. Yes definitely an interesting dynamic that You can't walk individually with all of have group of several dozen And we'd all do walks. I know that you guys like to do walks inbetween podcast after meals and Nutrient partitioning and all this. And i think that's great. That's catching on as it's an extremely good thing to do for your health. Lovely said about a lot of i was going to say i love what you said about preventative and i think that maybe sometimes these things are kind of lost We're trying to prevent You know as we get older You know things accumulate in the body and overtime you might end up with plaque in your arteries. You might end up with some insulin resistance. You might end up. People sometimes end up with like fatty liver disease. Or there's all these different things that people could possibly end up getting even something like sleep apnea which could be You know correlated to a lot of the a lot of your lifestyle choices There could be other reasons. I guess for it but I think a lot of times we lose sight of the fact that like we wanna try to do. Some of these things as preventative measures. But that's not very sexy or attractive to like do stuff In anticipation of something. That hasn't happened yet though sometimes. Hard to get somebody to get on board with doing proper exercise and having a dietary intervention absolutely logistically. It can be very very very difficult as well. So i understand the light of many physicians. These days especially Primary care physicians or anybody. Primary care we have all these wonderful programs that help incentivize people to do primary care especially in underserved but a lot of that is a stopgap for treating the untreated pathology because of an unhealthy ovulation. There isn't really many programs to have true preventive care before the pathology happens because we're so busy tree all and unfortunately a lot of people that have health insurance. Their health insurance doesn't want to cover What they might deem necessary and then for people that don't it can be even harder so those are two areas where america excels at a lot of people. Maybe they have a job or maybe they have Lower-tier high deductible insurance plan which becoming more and more common And they were really hard. They don't have very much time to get healthcare and might live close to a doctor but they might have good rapport with their primary care. Physician and it's becoming more and more important as the population gets more and more unhealthy as far as labs are concerned. Let me ask you this because most people you know first off they don't even know what type of like laps to get. But what are the types of difficulties.

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"gillett" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on The Ray & Dregs Hockey Podcast

"The dog and we're down to walls with about seven minutes to go and i'm only out of one year deal so we took apparently so they have a power play and we always going box. If you're matting so that could be my last game ever. I play and slammed the door. It breaks. I kept my head down like nothing happened. Sticking myself though like boy. I'm going to be here for a while. It's like there's no way. I'm not strong enough to do something like that and it did have that it was it was pretty funny kennedy urine bank with the year our owner had divide george gillett. He wheeled out the whole barrel of glass as going away price for me and so i actually took some pieces of it and signed on pushes jackie though sitting there so when put a put on his jacket is about ten pounds heavier. He looked inside he goes. Hey this is a great idea. I'm going to sell these. I don't know what he did with it. But that was the i. Guess when by great experience in montreal. That's help people remember. I never mind the rest of the stuff. It's the glass. Yeah but before. Drake's gets the one thing i want to ask it so we were drafted same draft nineteen eighty two. And you know we're both little and small like you one hundred and thirty fourth in the draft. I believe in the end up in the hall of fame. Like where did your style developed like. Where did where did you become you. Tenacious relentless but skill. You know what i played with. The we won the world cup in nineteen eighty the l. Howard chuck scott her deal. Fred arthur mark crawford. Frank struck the dan frawley. The list goes on and you know. Just watch dale play steal my whole life and just see what he was doing a junior and then the next year he was gone. Scott neal was gone half the year. I became first line. Guy ended up with one hundred sixteen points than the my last year I was kind of little chip. My shoulder get drafted seventh round and i went and got netflix. Sector game with mike eagles he broke my nose and cheekbone. I didn't know he was lefty. So bad yeah so. My brother was there. My brothers eighteen years old. I am and that he played in the minors through but seven years and he said just go. Play your game. And i did I end one hundred. Seventy seven going sin been the st louis didn't have an ownership Sort of august in august. I was duesseldorf training over there. And i was about disarming my agent lyric kelly call that said get out of there. Do not signing thing. Not home left whitman. Just north and dave mail it back. After i signed a week later and You know going in that first year Jock immersed. Can you check. And i got my contract downstairs frame in. It's twenty three miners and sixty five pro and it was one way contract after forty games and i said sure i could jeff so i'm going into a team. Be a briefer will eastward lake dunlop. Larry eighty mike zoo an a. libya. So i'm sure jack and he gave me the opportunity and i got to play against the best players in the world. You learn while you're sitting on the bench watching you know not power play play time..

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"gillett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"It is possible this team this franchise is not afraid to make big, surprising moves like to Argel on being fired after a three game losing streak. That the Knights were up 31 in this syriza. This is the team that a lot of people believe a lot of fans believe is the team that can win the Stanley Cup finals. If the Knights lose this seriously, the Minnesota wild has it crossed your mind at all that there is a possibility that Pete the Borg, it's let go. I don't think so. I don't think so. You know when you've already made a coaching change, um, you know, in the organization's young history to make another one is a reaction to losing one Syriza. I'm not sure that that Z the way the organization thinks again. They did have the most wins and hockey this year and sometimes you run into a good opponent and things don't go your way. Not that the Golden Knights would use it as an excuse, but they're leading goal scorer has not been available for this series. Max Patch ready, So I think that pizza boy I think is actually done a very, very good job with this group. Has pushed a lot of the right buttons, so I would say No. When George Gillett was let go, it was not in. You know, it was not in response to losing a particular syriza. It was a variety of other Disagreements or approached from how the management of the Golden Knights coaching staff of the time We're looking at it corrected, and I agree with that assessment. All right. So last question to you, Dan, I'm not asking you for prediction. I'm not putting you in that spot. But I will ask you this, though. Who do you think is the key to the game? And who do you think is the guy that can make the difference for the Vegas Golden Knights? Tonight. Now, obviously, I say, Marc Andre Fleury. I'm speaking a Viasa. He's there. I do believe that the Knights are resilient group and they'll get it done tonight, but Nemea guy, or maybe a few players that you think could be the difference site and we could be talking about them tomorrow as the star of the game that got the night's over the top. Well, the first one that comes to mind would be Alec Martinez. Sometimes my gut instinct as to who I think could have an important game leads me to that player to choose for pre game interview. So that goes Alec. For that the interview today might lead you towards something with me. He's the guy who scored the most recent goal for the power play goal in Game five. I mean, he's been very good on the power play in the Syriza, and he has the most blocked shots of anybody in the regular season or the postseason. Gary Lawless said it on our broadcast that he might not have an A or a C honest weather, but he should have a W for warrior and the fight with Matt Dumba the other day, just a second. That was awesome here and all that. So he's one player who comes to mind. Of course, he's 12 cops, amenities played 90. Stanley Cup playoff games on Don't forget about Alex. The Trans Hello? Who's tonight? Bling is 99 on and then you know, it's you can't help but wonder you can't help but wonder as Max Patch ready is miss now 10 games. You know, I said it going into the series. Could there be a Willis Reed moment That's ready in the Golden Knight. I don't know He was not on the ice with the team for the optional morning skate today, so that could be a pipe dream. But it's hard not to think about what Max has been trying to deal with and trying to go through a boy. It would just be so hard to watch your team go through all of this and not be able to contribute in some way so Again. It was when Willis Reed joined the next 1970. You know, it was he hit the first basket and really didn't play afterwards was the emotional boost. I love it that you're I love it that you're a New York guy. You brought that up because I remember I used to watch the footage that what Willis Reed came out and msg and the crowd just went crazy. Uh, you know, Yeah. I love it, Marv. Yes. Why does it always sound like Marv is on the toilet when he spoke, But anyway, that's another story. Yeah, Anyway, anyway, that That was more Sean Connery than Marv Albert. Just mix of the hybrid was interested it would be. It would be a pretty interesting point while taking Danielle, if that's already somehow and you're right, it could be a piper in but you never know. I mean, if he's out there tonight, I think that would be that would just give that team. I think that extra boost even if he's only 80% just to see him out there in the uniforms skating again. I think that would be a huge boost. Dan, You're always so gracious with your time. We always appreciate it when you join us on the show. It's gonna be a fun one tonight, my man, so hopefully next week. Hopefully we can Get you on the show will be talking about this series against the Colorado Avalanche. At least let's hope that But Dan do with the voice of the Vegas Golden Knights. Thank you so much as always, for your time and appreciate you. My pleasure guys enjoyed tonight. Thank you. Thanks a lot, Dad. All right. There you go. Dan do for the voice of the Vegas Golden Knights. You heard it on this show. Daniel Grant movie Geek, a Super fan. Don't wanna put Dan do in that situation because he worked for the Vegas called the Nights I don't want to ask him for a prediction. Danny Negreanu, who usually always has a prediction. He basically said. This is a coin flip game, and he doesn't know what's going to happen. Very smart guy saying that it sounded to me that yes, if he had to, he would lean Vegas Golden Knights. That's where I'm at. I wouldn't put.

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"gillett" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"gillett" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"gillett" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Welcome tom fours talk. Or we're not really horse. We just like word play. Hello and welcome to horse talk hor. I'm sharon and i'm linda. Welcome to another tidbits of terror episode. All right thank you carry wieder for that tidbits of terror theme song. We are forever indebted to you on this tidbits episode. We have more updates on the new screen movie. We are also going to talk about the most exciting news. At least i've heard all year mindy. Maybe it's the most exciting news you've heard all year as well. We are also going to have a no spoiler discussion on the new. Hbo documentary series. That we've been watching called a murder on middle beach. We've got some clive barker news Some upcoming horror movie news also holiday gifts for horror lovers and much much more mindy. Why don't you start us off with some news on the news screen movie. Alrighty the latest upcoming installment of the scream franchise has recently wrapped filming okay. I say. I'm excited as everyone knows. I'm not down with remakes. A reboots normally but my expectations are on the rise for this thing especially since gale weathers. Herself is reporting that. This movie would have made wes craven proud. That's that threw me. I didn't see that. Common courtney cox posted to her instagram account. A really adorable image of herself with wes. Craven on the set of the original screen film which get ready to feel old. That was twenty five years ago. Jesus anyway she captioned the photo with the following quote. Scream disrupt this all start at twenty five years ago directed by the beloved west craven walking back on the set twenty five years later. I wasn't sure what to expect. What i found was an incredible new cast to uber talented directors. I'm sure west will be so proud. Thank you at kevin williamson for creating this legacy unquote. And i'm not gonna lie. I got a little choked up reading that the first time west. We love you Recently directors and. I apologize in advance. Matt battling how jesus but maddening matt bout. Anneli open there. You go and tyler gillet. Who sharon what did he direct day directed ready or not one of our favorite films of last year. Damn straight They confirmed what we already guessed. But that this scream. Installation is a direct sequel to the original. Film's director tyler. Gillett said quote. There's just so much weight in what those four movies are the fact that there are so many characters that so many people want to know more about want to have more stories told with these characters. There's just a level of love and respect for the world that wes craven and kevin williamson created. He continues so for us. It felt like the only way to do this. Right was to create connectivity and a lot of it is also just what the screen movies are right..

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"gillett" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"gillett" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"Rigging Eighteen hours a day to build this thing in ten days we will getting ready to launch it, and just as we launch Leeson, you pretty much got to cease desists the thank you can't launch shows rigging launch as well. With the government you know will needs to strike and we're GONNA launch enter. That's a whole nother story. Anyway, we ended up elaborating with them, but they didn't at the end of the day they did what they did and so he said, look we business amazing technology what else who else needs the infancy and we found in giving to Bangladesh it's rolling out right now two, hundred, sixteen, million people for Children's of South Africa, which holds to. Thailand and Vietnam where literally giving them this knowledge to help them with their Kobe. Situation. So. Through technology, we can now reach many more people. No one just one country influencing tech orig- hundred sixteen million cable so therefore. In my lifestyle like that one billion number is. By the my life, right? At least twenty is. At the rate of. Our acceleration I'm pretty sure we will reach that. It's not. It's not to I don't want people to know that I was the one who did it, but I just wanted to know that because I lived. Is Ling That's. Right, and I've got visual here on on your face. So I'd say twenty years you being very modest I'd say you've probably got another fifty. On the planet so you know maybe maybe the billions a little bit lulling. Maybe, up that to seven billion, I think cover everybody. Unfortunately, I think Mr. Bill Gates has the same vision but All right Yeah flush my trek now with. Little smart comment. I was going some way with the you mentioned you know giving away the APP to Bangladesh and to South Africa and then you mentioned supporting. People impacted by a harsh winter in Ukraine and not have the. Resources to take care of themselves and shelter and whatnot How how do you get in touch people their head he contact authorities they said that you can actually get those resources into the right places that with I make a difference so that that's all done by be one. If you just gotTA BE ONE ON DOT COM, they've got they've got all that taken care of and so they've all the tracking mechanism sale ads, all connections, white people than one hundred percent of the funds go to them. Is Transparent let's we love Paul done he comes to Melbourne. Said Hey look I'm having an event you come down he jumps on the plane from Singapore and flies down here his wife Masami who had this vision Howard started off for she said Hey look this people who are buying TV's what if every time somebody bought a TV somebody in Africa India some of country got the gift of vision so they can say and that's how it all started. Then Paul ISM is an amazing person he actually we could probably make this come true and they've been going for twelve years now. So twelve years they've been doing this and I think they've just hit over two hundred, ten, million people have impacted around the wolves and I love supporter. Yeah. Well, let's say it's a really right approach to you doing good with business i. think that's kind of fits in philosophy of the human connection business because we will do business with people we know lock entrust, but we also locked feel as I we helping others not, and this is not just helping those people that were giving or selling a product or a service to, but it's actually helping the wider community at the same time. Or show. Beautiful at it is he don't use it as a I don't say you come to my event and when you come to the event, the proceeds of donated to your training family, it's actually after you've made the decision to come. You've paid an everything day or two. Later you get an email going Hagan because you cited to come. We've actually donated that you've now clothed then fed family in Ukraine for the next month. Thank you. And so it's not a use it as a selling point, it's not a carrot Ten percent of our profits go to blah. And then you go in your brain, your brain automatically says valued just added ten percent on your charging me for. This is completely different different way going that. Yeah, I really liked that. So you'll basically selling the value of the event the and people buy. Buy The ticket because I. BELIEVE THERE's value in coming along to the event and it's with the money that they're paying for and then off, which is actually we've done I did that money to a course says, thanks thanks for helping. Much benefit love. All right now, tell us a little bit about the business authorities formula which I'm guessing is based on your experience growing always businesses and and I know you've got a ten step framework. They're great lover of crimewave because it gives this kind of something to work within gives us creativity to actually Stall or a depth things to. Around. Particular way of doing it. And so. This. Again comes from those ten years. Public Folklore fifteen years of experience building businesses and. Now, I told You my first business. It took blood sweat and tears to get in cross the line. Imagine having a hundred people bears the amount of grandmothers than die everyday. leslie naive at three other. Ones Diana. It's crazy when we deal with Gillett of APSOS people, we have a lot of excuses noticed so. I was thinking okay. Why does business takes so long to get off the ground you know get profitable and get working in have been running by itself whereas other businesses that way built A. so he's now the one that I told you about the software. The that was intending point in my life where I met these amazing eight Lewis that, hey, we want to build businesses visting felony that you have Johan is amazing that you don't actually see them value for creating more. Interesting ago your here unless tech the you should be building this way to get to the valuation of a hundred now. This'll two, thousand, two, thousand, twelve when this was. First conceived two, thousand fifteen when they use the word one, hundred, million now I have no pictured but one hundred, million looks like I couldn't even I couldn't even imagine it because my brain was okay. We've got these many staff. This is how much money we're making and it was literally a hundred times. You know let's say we're doing a million going to turn it into a one, hundred, million, my brain went. That's one hundred times. No problems we've. We've got. They said, we don't build businesses like you do and I was like a while they showed me that track record one of the. Partners. Less company they built was one point, two, billion dollars again, all these numbers sound so amazing and they generally will they were to me when I was. Like I cannot even comprehend what you're talking about. But then at the end of the day, we start realizing that they're just numbers and just a few extra zero's etc. so how do we build a business from zero to twenty million in four years and then had we tend Ed Lincoln hints from zero to a seven million dollar company in foams like it's it's it's using this right? So, I'll give you the example of building and trackers. So building attractive is a software company. So when we started doing market research in going into the into the different..

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Young conservative speaks up about the climate

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Young conservative speaks up about the climate

"Twenty four year old tyler. Gillett. Of Ohio has cared about environmental issues since he was young and growing up, he says that sometimes made him feel like an outcast among his conservative peers everyone would call me a liberal or tree hugger or a Hippie I. Thought I was the only one out there that hey, conservative values cared about the environment. But Gillette was not deterred in college. He studied environmental science and he began advocating for free market solutions to climate change for example, by writing an op-ed for a student publication. That op. Ed. Caught the attention of national climate organizers. Soon, the leaders of Republicans in a group that advocates for market-driven climate solutions invited Gillette to join their group. And the citizens climate lobby asked him to come to a lobbying event in DC Gillette says meeting with legislators for the first time was empowering. I felt like I was participating in democracy united playing an actual roll. Through these experiences Gillette says, he's found other like-minded conservatives. Now I know that I'm not the only one that sees things the way that I do. So he encourages others to speak up to.

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"gillett" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"gillett" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Wisconsin's radio station newsradio WTMJ Milwaukee from ABC news I'm Richard Cantu coronavirus fears for a second straight day of massive stock market losses the Dow lost almost nine hundred points the nasdaq was down two hundred fifty five even the broader S. and P. five hundred was a ninety seven point loser on Tuesday market strategist art Hogan at national securities some of that economic damage will be temporary needing we'll we'll have a pick up of some of that activity in the second quarter in the second half and some of that will be permanent the airline flights won't fly again in the month of January February restaurants will be college and recovery gap if he knows hotels so there's some demand and economic damage that's permanent some temporary Asian shares slid in Wednesday trading Bernie Sanders is praising the literacy program launched by Cuba's Castro got attention during Tuesday night's debate in Charleston South Carolina he tried explaining with ABC news political analyst Matthew Dowd says the escalation did not do enough to address the damage put a target on his back and that's why some Democrats have come out and criticize them he's made himself vulnerable in a general election when the Republicans if he wins the nomination when the Republicans and Donald Trump coming attack him I think it's an unforced error for him not to clean it up he didn't clean up is still saying the same thing south Carolina's primary is on Saturday in south Carolina's Sumpter county sheriff's deputies serving an eviction notice at a residence was shot and killed corporal Andrew Gillett dying despite wearing body armor the man inside the home was also killed authorities not saying exactly how thirty nine states will investigate joule labs as marketing and sales of vaping products to determine if despite protests to the contrary the company targeted under age smokers Connecticut Attorney General William Tong I think the best thing to do is respond fully forthrightly transparently and cooperate with the states also to be investigated Jules claims about the risks safety and effectiveness of its products as smoking cessation devices you're listening to ABC news seven seven CD into your teams and offer the annex wealth management studio this is was ready WTMJ response we offer both comfort service and expert service our comfort service comes with movie theater popcorn gourmet coffee upfront pricing on time scheduling posts anything else we can do to keep you.

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