21 Burst results for "Health Magazine"

"health magazine" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:34 min | 4 months ago

"health magazine" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey, hey, just promo code Kirk, my pillow dot com. For all of you, keep it score at home. 25% off. So Greg, this is, I can't remember what the heck we were talking about. But yeah, writing. So but this is, we hire a lot of people. And the skill that is hardest for us to find are people that have done the work to refine their writing. Yeah. And now there are people that are naturally good writers. Like, for example, Tucker's a phenomenal writer. Yes, he is. You can tell that with his monologues. Yes. You know, his monologues are, okay, the key to the key to good writing is you got to look you got to look at when you're done when you write the article. It's just starting. The real fun is in the editing. It's so much fun to chip away and see how many it's like, that's like name that tune. Oh God, that's an old reference. But you want to get it down to the fewest words possible while expressing the sharpest point. So the worst kind of writer, like this is the one problems with sub stack now. Some people can't stop writing and they forgot how to edit. But you got to like it just no, I'm not reading this. I don't have the time to read this. There's a guy that wrote a huge piece trashing me, which I tend to enjoy, but I got bored. I got bored with hearing my own name, which is so rare. But so you look at it like a block, you know, so you got this block of stone, and you just start chipping away at it, and it's so much what I even, I'm so weird that this is very weird. When I'm editing my monologue so I'll write a monologue, let's say I send it to the production staff in the morning at about 9 a.m.. And I sent it to my buddy Nick, who writes some of the jokes. And it will be about, let's say it'll be like 8 minutes long. I want it under four. So when it comes to then jokes are jokes are added, and it's like ten minutes. I get in. And then I just sit there. And I must go, I must do a hundred edits, like, I mean, a hundred reads, just like this. I'm like a weirdo. I'm like, I've goldfish just staring at it. And then I get so weird that even multi syllabic words, I want it down, I want to change that word to a single word. Like apologize, apologize. No, sorry. That's how weird I get, because I think a really you wanted to get it as small and as tight as possible because then you're going to get more eyeballs. And it just feels good. It's actually super therapeutic to edit, editing is more fun than writing, writing is hard, and one thing, the one thing you should remember at your age, it is hard. So don't feel that because it's hard, you can't do it. It's hard for everybody, even the best writers find it difficult. And then once you're done writing, then you take a break and you sit down and you look at it and you start editing and editing is fun. You're reading it, how can I make this sentence better? Shouldn't there be a joke in there? Did I forget to put a joke at the end of that? Oh, what if I did this thing? One of my mentors, Mark Brooklyn. He was the editor in chief of prevention magazine and created men's health magazine where I was editor in late 90s. He had this thing called the hotspot. He's now passed away from COVID. And I think all the hotspot, which meant that in every paragraph, in your article, when you're reading it, there has to be something that goes the reader goes, wow, I didn't know that. Could be a weird statistic, just an unusual fact, something funny. But if you read the point being, it's an editing technique. If you're reading a paragraph and there's no hotspot in it, it's not so much that you have to add one. Just get rid of the paragraph. Just go. It's gone. No one's gonna miss it. No one misses things they don't read. So I have to do this with jokes. I'll go like, I like this joke, or this joke's too risque. But it's like, I realize, no one's going to know if it's gone, but you have to make everything interesting. So I wanted to, you know, so that's this is valuable advice. I should be charging you. Wait, I am. I am. Oh, forgot. So Greg,.

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"health magazine" Discussed on Leadership Powered by Common Sense

Leadership Powered by Common Sense

05:01 min | 6 months ago

"health magazine" Discussed on Leadership Powered by Common Sense

"Everyone. You're back on leadership powered by common sense. You're a host, Doug Thorpe, and today I have a very special guest. Her name is Lindy Nowak. She's out of the great state of Florida and specifically Miami. You can see from her background. That is not a green screen, folks. That's her real deal. So you can start the envy clock right now. But Lindy, welcome. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah, it's a pleasure. And as I said in the lead in, we're going to be talking. You are an entrepreneur who is doing some amazing things for entrepreneurs. But before we get into the details of that, tell everyone a little bit about your backstory. And it's always interesting to know where people have come from. Thank you. Well, I spent most of my career as an art director and creative director in New York City. I worked mostly big corporate brands started at L'oreal, and then I moved to a company called Carol's daughter, and that actually took me to Brazil where I worked for a small agency in Rio de Janeiro called half and there I worked on the L'oreal account as an art director. And then when I came back to New York, I found myself in publishing and I worked as a creative director at Entertainment Weekly, Bon Appetit magazine, and then my last position was that women's health magazine. And what was interesting about being in publishing is that I was on the marketing and sales side. So there was a real opportunity to work and partner with different types of companies and really focus on a 360 approach to helping other brands market themselves, not just through print magazine, but also online as well, and offense. Then about four and a half years ago, I got a great opportunity to move to Miami. And when I got here, I said, looking around, I'm like, I'm not sure corporate is for me anymore. And I come from a family of entrepreneurs. I have a huge family from, and they're all in restaurants, or crafts, my father was a really well-known graphic artist in the town I grew up in Michigan. And then my sister, she's also an artist and she owns a bunch of retail shops as well. So I said, well, it's time for me to give it a shot. And I opened up a company, a small boutique agency, a marketing and branding. Here in Miami, it was called Leno creative at the time. And what was happening, we were doing really well. And basically just got most of our business referrals through New York. So we had a lot of large clients, but we also had a lot of smaller independent clients located here in Miami. And while we were doing well, we kept on getting small businesses, entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, people who were starting their own gig and they come to us and say, I need a website and I need it yesterday. And I only have a fixed budget. Can you help me? And at that time,.

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"health magazine" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"health magazine" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"Okay, what's been the unanimous thing over the last year? Stress. So I have an amazing adrenal fatigue expert with me today to talk about what that's doing to us. I think we probably have a pretty good sense and more importantly how to recognize the symptoms and then what is critical to do. What are the four things you must do? You probably doing three of them, but I'm betting you're not doing the fourth, which means you may be stuck a little bit in some of the symptoms. We've got you covered. Let me tell you a little bit about doctor Trisha pingle. She's a naturopathic medical doctor. And an expert on adrenal fatigue, and the physical impact of stress on the body. How did she get here? Well, she was struggling with multiple symptoms throughout her life that were routinely dismissed as normal. And she started digging around. She discovered naturopathic medicine and was able to eliminate her symptoms by focusing on the root cause of disease, which was stress and turning it around with proper diet, supplements, and stress management. And then she started digging around and looking with her patients and realizing all the stuff she was seeing over and over again had one common route to it and you guessed it stress. So that's what will be digging into today. She's the author of total health turnaround, which has sold over 60,000 copies, and she has been in on my body green, our buddies over there, eat this, not that. Health magazine and more. And by the way, we also have her cookbook you'll want to grab this. It's going to help you eat more veggies, deliciously, and you'll be able to get that at cha cha virgin dot com forward slash DR cookbook, and that is doctor cookbook. I'll be right back.

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"health magazine" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"health magazine" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Good gratitude and meditation practice having caused relationships riley guy. I'm one of those guys who kind of wishes like men's health. Women's health magazine would talk more about light and grounding and heat and cold and water and minerals and relationships as much as they talk about bicep curls and high intensity interval training but ultimately. You'll let's say that you're eating. Well you're getting sunlight or some form of red light therapy on the regular your grounding or earth thing on the regular you're getting some kind of heat practice like sauna cold practice like cold showers good water with minerals positive relationships and a good spiritual life. Like if you've got all that going for you and then you throw in strength. Power speed mata conjugal lactate tolerance view to max endurance and mobility than. I mean like long at your question. You ask you watch people do if they want to feel good and look good naked. Live for a long time. That would basically be. You know everything kinda like all at once. And that's that's what. I tried to do with the boundless program in the latter app. Which is we've all that stuff in. I wanna talk nutrition but before we get there you mentioned you mentioned that sometimes people overdo it with the endurance trained. Just curious other misdeeds people make whether it's recovery related or Just curious any other like obvious. Mistakes that you see people make mistakes. Oh jeez so. I would say biggest mistakes would be. There's a lot of pressure to and and this kind of fly in the face of all the different cool programs in in the latter app and beyond of course i i keep making the celica commercial for the latter appalachians. I feel people in on on. You know what that is. And i'm excited about it. But but you know whether you're reading a fitness magazine or whatever like there's pressure to constantly change the new programs i mean. That's the way fitness magazine. Stay in business is besides the supplement advertisements like they gotta have new program like what's the focus today. What's the but workout that the latest celebrity is doing that. People need to drop everything and switch to from the arm workout that the movie star was doing in the last issue or you know or personal trainer knows that the best way to keep a client signing up for month after month is to tell them you know what we change up the workout next month if you do what. We're what you're doing this month. It's not gonna work so there's this pressure to constantly change but people do it too much. They don't stick with the same program long enough and so like in the in the in the balanced program in in the latter app. Like i'm changing the workouts. Every six weeks or so and that's about as frequently as i would want to change stuff up. I mean i personally have about twenty workouts or so. The i cycle through nearly throughout the entire year and in and that's important because you eliminate a lot of decision-making fatigue you allow the body to become better and stronger and more proficient at the exercises that is doing and so i think people beat themselves up too much that they're doing the same workout that they were doing two years ago When in fact you can give yourself permission to do that right. Like i don't plan on not walking until dead like a walk every day. All swing kettlebells a few times. Every week i'll do push ups day. There are certain things that you don't have to change up but you have to strike a balance between that in what in what in sports training or athletic training we call period ization reich having certain periods of the year where you're focused on strength or certain periods of the year where you're focused on the fat loss or certain periods of the year where you're focused on recovery. There's also when it comes to changing up workouts. The entertainment factor. Like you being excited to go to the gym. Because you're trying something new or you know you have a new workout in your app. From your trainer there's something to metabolic gas work rather can exercise physiology. There's a principle called said specific adaptation to imposed demands. And what that dictate is that. The bodies eventually going to become so efficient at the exercises that you do have it doing that. You don't burn as many calories so you are you. Are you know your muscles. Don't stay quite as active if they're used to doing push ups for example or super easy for me started doing cranking out literally hundreds of pushups a day back when i was training for this. This event called seal fit and not a day. Goes by tom or i don't do like three hundred push ups right. I'll just drop at different points during the day and do thirty push ups. I'll go to the bathroom at a restaurant and drop and do thirty push ups and then wash my hands really really really really really well and then go back to dinner like i. I do so many push. Ups everyday is nuts. But and so my body's really gonna push ups but compared to someone who doesn't do that pushups don't do as much for me as they would for someone who's not doing that many push ups but it also allows me to we've strengthened throughout my entire day and physical activity in throughout my entire day. Like we were talking about earlier. So what i'm getting at here. Is that one big mistake. That beat themselves up for just by sticking to an exercise program for a long period of time. And it's okay to the same exercises in the same workouts for like you know four five six weeks sometimes like eight weeks in a row and just not change anything up and sometimes you find that you can. You can dig yourself into a pretty well probably bad analogy you. You can put a lot of money in the fitness bank and remove a lot of decision-making fatigue from your workouts by doing that. As long as you recognize that you do have to change up things. Like the weight that you're lifting the speed with which you're doing exercises maybe a variation of a certain exercise like a dive bomber. Push up instead of a regular push up things like that but but understand the balance between constantly changing and having like a shiny penny. Oh hey look squirrel. Approach your fitness programming and also properly kinda making mild fluctuations throughout the entire year so so the way that i'm doing that my boundless program in the latter app is on making little tweaks every six weeks. But it's not as though you're doing like this full-blown complete overhaul every every six weeks. Still the same flavor of exercise and it still allows for the to continue to progressing it better so that'd be one Another mistake would be a lot of people. I think sacrifice sleep which is in my opinion as important as nutrition and exercise in relationships and everything else to work out the either. Get up too early like at four. Am and short themselves on sleeps. They can squeeze their workout in usually because they're not working out smart and they're going to the gym and do like bicep. Curls and tricep push downs and long slow jobs on the treadmill when you should be able to get in and get out of the gym in like thirty to forty five minutes easily but a lot of people are not working out properly or they are trying to squeeze in their workouts too early or too late because they're not being physically active during a work day and often they're working out too close to bedtime which disrupts sleep. So if i if i had to choose between like getting in my workout or getting extra sleep i will always figure out okay. How can i make this workout berry. Fish minimum effective dose of exercise. So i can sleep.

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"health magazine" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"health magazine" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

"Best of both worlds. This is laura. This is episode two hundred fourteen. Which is first airing in early. September of twenty twenty one. I will be interviewing. Liz baker plosser. Who is the editor in chief of women's health magazine on the topic of how to own your morning. Liz has a new book out called. In fact own your morning and she shares with us some of her wisdom of how to make our mornings better so as longtime listeners know. Sarah is the ultimate own your morning kind of person. Sarah you can tell remind people a little bit about your morning routine but also how. It's changed now that your kids are in school. Yeah so the personal parts. That i do for me haven't changed much but i. I will briefly go through a typical morning. With the caveat that i would say one out of four mornings i just it all and sleep into the last possible second because i'm tired and i think that is just reality. Alright so normally. I'm up at four forty five. Which means i kinda get downstairs just before five of the coffee up the night before. So that's there and brewed. And then i basically start with reading. I usually that is when i read nonfiction right. Now i am reading smart but scattered which is about executive functioning kids. You might imagine why am reading that anyway. So and then. I'll read for like ten fifteen minutes and then i will do head space for ten minutes. I usually do their meditation of the day. So i just don't have to think or anything. And then i will sit down and plan my day. I look at my planner to figure out. Like what's going on in a basically right out my daily out and figure out what my priorities are and then i usually read a quick blog post and then usually by that point is right around six. Am and i start my workout. And i try to be done my workout like six forty five because that is when the kids need to get up and neither josh gets them up while i shower it kind of depends on what's happening from there but six forty five kid time begins so i guess i have about two full hours for my own stuff which includes my workout and then the kid part of the morning starts and it depends who takes the kids to school but we do only have one drop off currently. It's either myself josh or nanny and we usually put that on the calendar the week before. So you kind of know what day it is and we get the kids up there up for a total of. It's about forty five minutes from them waking up to them leaving the house. Their uniforms are kind of out to make that easy. We give them breakfast. And that next forty five minutes is a whirlwind of poking and prodding children to out the door by about seven thirty five to drop off and then i'm either dropping off on the way to work or josh is dropping off or anani some mornings. I do have to leave early for work. So that changes things a little bit. But yeah it's pretty solid and i by the way i do almost none of these on weekends. The only exception is that if my husband is on call. And i feel like i'm gonna have very little time. I do try to get up and work out if i'm not overly tired. Yeah it's an impressive morning routine two hours before the kids are up. I cannot even fathom waking up two hours before my children are up. But i would put out that. You have sort of not done as much like adult meantime at night then like you. Don't stay up later after the kids go to bed because that wouldn't work with waking up at four forty five am correct. I'm usually like asleep by like nine. Fifteen nine thirty yet. So that's the seven hundred seven and a half hours that you would need seven to seven and a half year that that comes out exactly in fact which is smart as many people get the idea like i'm gonna wakeup brayton early. And then they don't go to bed at a time that enables them to get up brighton. Early is just asking for trouble yet. My morning routine looks nothing like that. My current and has been basically for the past twenty months on not coincidentally. Is i wake up with henry and feed him and then deal with him for the first little bit so he is gone a lot better. Also as i discuss in our love of the week later there are a great many nights where i am sleeping in the guestrooms that i do not hear him. My husband is capable of sleeping through small baby noises. In a way that i am not henry still sleeps in our closet until we moved to the new house. So i am in the guest room and i can sleep all night when that happens in. Michael just doesn't wake up but anyway more on that. I love the week but he usually brings him to me when he does wake up in the morning. That tends to be six to six thirty. I feed henry play with him for a bit hand and back to michael seven seven. Fifteen whatever point. I get tired of them. We trade off showers michael's taking henry outside with the dog to go do the dogs morning routine than we have breakfast with the cans usually as they get up in various orders depending on who has campan who does not but this is all going to change. This is airing. The kids are still not back in school. We don't start till september nine. Everything's gonna change with that. We have three different start times. We'll have three different bus pickups. I have no idea what times those will be. We get that information later in this week when we're recording this in late august so really. My mornings will be determined by that. I assume that. I will generally try to get up. I mean i'll still wake up with. I assume that the wake-up will still be six. Six thirty will get kids going a little earlier in the morning routine rather than later in the morning i don't ask there. Is there any hope for doing anything other than baby. Feeding kid getting ready during the mornings. I think it depends on what the bus schedule looks like. But i'm not sure. I mean i was just thinking about it like i think my need for a morning routine and your need for morning routine are different because you are. You have a more flexible. Work day. In can incorporate some of those tasks into your regular day whereas i most of the time really can't sundays i can but most of the time i can't so that's i don't know if you need to pressure yourself. Although i know this episode was all about the value of a great morning routine. So i certainly don't want to ruin any inspiration that you've gotten from that Well it's just that yeah. I mean. I've written books about how morning routines are great to have people want to check out what the most successful people do before breakfast. Which is a click bait title. If i've ever written one. But i yeah. It's not really happening in my wife..

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"health magazine" Discussed on The Strategists

The Strategists

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"health magazine" Discussed on The Strategists

"Because i feel like there's some people that might wanna pay a bit more than we originally purchased this This property for. I don't mind them so much. And it's not actually really. That o'toole island is looking that much nicer. It's that trudeau. Island off in. The distance appears to be sinking into the water three inches at a time and people are beginning to take notice and at the end of the day. If you want the highest property might end up being o'toole island. How's it how's it in meats. Things skype pal stephen carter. You're doing okay. They're rising my my position as you often do. I think that Corey is also using something called hyperbole to describe what's going on with the with the trudeau liberals but you know what whatever makes you feel. Better about yourself corey. Whatever makes you feel better about yourself. Here's what we're doing. We're skipping the headlines because now why don't you didn't do but that up again did you. Maybe i did not do prep again. Our first segment the right to bear arms guys. Daddy o'toole is here on the cover. He's ready to introduce policy to the country old. My goodness yes you it. Bear arms corey hogan very. Let's talk let's talk about of course let's do our shits and giggles with With the o'toole cover unless unless unless you guys genuinely think there was like a strategic thought behind it and if you do. Let's discuss it. Because i also want to take some time here discussing what the i four and a half five days look like for aaronow tool specifically around doing the unconventional thing laid out for folks of releasing his policy. Early large policy book. Stephen carter hundred and sixty plus pages A lot of different things being discussed in that policy book What do you make. I carter of the design. The visual the brand was there a strategic reason behind it. Because i want to get this out of the way by what they tried to do. Their with o'toole in almost a men's health magazine style cover or was this chest bad design bad strategy in your mind Laid on me and all outlets hit hit that question first before we move onto the substantive things. There's an awful lot of election science on the psychology of voting for someone who Looks like yours is representative of you. And i think that oh tool in a in a black t-shirt With his arms crossed. You know kinda looking like the every man was designed to appeal so that he did. He looked like in fact. I'm not gonna lie to you. I looked at the cover of the magazine. I immediately assumed it was me. I was a little bit surprised that i think that that is probably a fairly strong possibility that they were looking at it as casting. O'toole as the every man That makes sense to me. I didn't think it was the abomination that there's some of the immediate punditry. Did i thought that people would see themselves in that cover. Mind them the men's health kind of feel or the the mcclain's version i mean. Jeez remember when justin trudeau got his twelve page. Spread in the middle of maclean's magazine. No one was complaining about that so well..

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"health magazine" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

Pop Culture Junkie

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"health magazine" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

"Yes at those some some nice some nice moves on them and they were mentioning like we got money like nine hundred million dollars already rich already like dr cool cars and in fancy homes This is just like help us. Make more content is at any ultra. Jimmy got some money. A abuse coined. I can call them as my in was just going to get right into mind is no way to segue into the august. Twelfth was the mlb field of dreams. Game which. I have been looking forward to since last year when it was supposed to happen. But it had to be postponed to co bid it. It is based off of the movie. Field of dreams with kevin costner was actually there at the game very cool to see him on the field giving a speech about his experience in the movie and this was played between the chicago white sox and the new york yankees and as we all know i am a huge chicago. Bite sox fan so super cool to see my team actually involved in such a historic event. Is this the first time they've done that. Yes very first time. And they're going to continue to do it. So next year it's going to unfortunately be the chicago cubs versus reds. Do they play in a field so they actually had to build it from scratch cornfield just like the movie iowa it is. It's in dire is literally on these set where they filmed the movie. The field is the house that was set in the movie so super cool very cool atmosphere that they had it in Believe they were eight. Thousand fans exit was super small stadium and they built. So are they going to be using this now four. Aren't they making a show. They're making a field of dreams are are so. I haven't ever peacock thanks so glorious freon but it was very exciting event. It was the most viewed. Mlb regular season game on fox since two thousand and five with five point nine million us. It was like i said supposed to be played last year. Had to be postponed due to kobe. Who won the chicago. White sox was very nail biting game at the end. The white sox were winning the whole game up until the top of the nine. They were on the defensive side when the yankees giancarlo stanton hit a home. Run to make it eight seven or the yankees were winning. The socks were able to bat. In the bottom of the nine and our voids tim anderson miraculously hit a two run home. Run to win the game. Ninety eight yeah. And then you'll only down kevin costner's cheek for real. It was so cool to watch. It would have been so amazing to be there when the white sox had to win because isn't shoeless. Joe jackson like from the field of dreams movie. He plays for the white sox right. That's why the team either chosen actually ended up. Being had eight was manifest yet. They paid the yankees to throw the game. I mean i would. I love when yankees. Lose me to god loves when the yankees. It is the other socks but we maintain there you go. I believe the white sox were up seven to four. And then aaron judge hit a home run to make it seventy six and stanton hit a home run to make it eight two seven and yankees winning and then anderson hit the home run to make it nine eight in order for them to win and it was just super cool to watch having costner. I know i've mentioned him before because of the bodyguard but he can still get. I love you. Yes i love him. I don't think you gotta type shout out to my husband. Also an old. Why do doraville guys my age. But except for sure chris maloney then you have an exception to that much makes its money eight your dad but no. I think he could be your grandpa. Christopher maloney does he said sixty seven year old. Grandpa or success grammars younger than that grandpa's older. You're twenty two. You could have a dad. And how old are you twenty. Three twenty four in two months. Oh congratulations thanks. I can't get into a casino. She still that you can have a data your forties and then christopher maloney could be his dad in his sixties cs easier. Grandpa girl is grandpa. That's fine. i'm men's health magazine through like bus joke.

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"health magazine" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"health magazine" Discussed on /Film Daily

"And the furious. And the feud between dwayne the rock johnson and vin diesel which I guess it enters a new chapter bent house it. Yeah so Chris and i think in a previous episode talked about some recent comments that vin diesel made around the time that if nine came out where menzies profiled in men's health magazine and he talked a little bit about how the beef behind the scenes between him and dwayne johnson was actually like a manipulation on the part of master-strategist vin diesel. Where he was talking about how he would do anything that he'd have to do in order to get performances From people that he worked with on projects that he was producing. So he's sort of like insinuated that all of the the tough love that he was giving was was in order to like coax out the performance that he wanted from johnson. Which at the time. Chris and i were just talking about how i mean. Just absurd on its face. That claim is an interest. How really ridiculous. And like you don't believe the vin diesel is a master chessmen. Were playing three moves ahead. Look i actually appreciate the way that vin diesel has leaned into an and been like very publicly publican open about the way that he loves fantasy storytelling in dungeons dungeons and dragons. And how he looks at the fast and furious franchise as like an extended the campaign basically. I actually think all of that kind of the the ridiculous thought that he puts into all of that stuff. I think is actually is paying off in has paid off very well in those movies but to claim basically to claim ownership over somebody else's performance in the way that he did especially when there's so much simmering tension. There is just a step too far and apparently doing johnson thought so as well. So in a a new profile of dwayne johnson. And emily blunt. That just went up in the hollywood reporter today. They asked dwayne johnson what he thought about those comments from he said. I laughed and i laughed hard. I think everyone had a laugh at that. And i'll leave it at that. And that i've wished them

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The Rock Weighs in on Vin Diesel's 'Fast & Furious' Feud Comments

/Film Daily

02:08 min | 1 year ago

The Rock Weighs in on Vin Diesel's 'Fast & Furious' Feud Comments

"And the furious. And the feud between dwayne the rock johnson and vin diesel which I guess it enters a new chapter bent house it. Yeah so Chris and i think in a previous episode talked about some recent comments that vin diesel made around the time that if nine came out where menzies profiled in men's health magazine and he talked a little bit about how the beef behind the scenes between him and dwayne johnson was actually like a manipulation on the part of master-strategist vin diesel. Where he was talking about how he would do anything that he'd have to do in order to get performances From people that he worked with on projects that he was producing. So he's sort of like insinuated that all of the the tough love that he was giving was was in order to like coax out the performance that he wanted from johnson. Which at the time. Chris and i were just talking about how i mean. Just absurd on its face. That claim is an interest. How really ridiculous. And like you don't believe the vin diesel is a master chessmen. Were playing three moves ahead. Look i actually appreciate the way that vin diesel has leaned into an and been like very publicly publican open about the way that he loves fantasy storytelling in dungeons dungeons and dragons. And how he looks at the fast and furious franchise as like an extended the campaign basically. I actually think all of that kind of the the ridiculous thought that he puts into all of that stuff. I think is actually is paying off in has paid off very well in those movies but to claim basically to claim ownership over somebody else's performance in the way that he did especially when there's so much simmering tension. There is just a step too far and apparently doing johnson thought so as well. So in a a new profile of dwayne johnson. And emily blunt. That just went up in the hollywood reporter today. They asked dwayne johnson what he thought about those comments from he said. I laughed and i laughed hard. I think everyone had a laugh at that. And i'll leave it at that. And that i've wished them

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"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

Filipina on the Rise

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

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"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

Filipina on the Rise

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

"I think that another thing that i would tell filipina women is that you are in control of your what i call like a media diet right so you're in control of who you aspire to or who you consider to be your. Inspirations like for me. I follow so many filipino people and like filipino women in particular and like every time i see them on my you know on my while i'm scrolling. I'm just like damn like we're so beautiful. Like like like i feel like when you create that again the community it goes back to being building that community and like looking at the people who admire and having them be filipina women like that just like builds up your own confidence to like all like my best girlfriends filipina. Stunning and beautiful and all their filipina nez. So that tells you knew he. Yeah yeah and i feel that. We're you're just like yes you look good. I like your brown is looks good. You're here good however you're wearing it. I mean it's it's been so long that we've been We've been erasing rate. Does this process of like erasing names language. who's in power our culture and stuff and so. I think it's actually very beautiful. And empowering that the way that you can start reclaiming that is through your own personal decisions and you're the revolution within and it can start with little things such as like the makeup and what you're doing with it or the filter and to you know what you're putting up and who are choosing to follow and others. These little moves that one can make Within their their beauty tool kit and space in their culture that really starts to give a lot of love back to the south and power back to our our own like community. Yes and so. I wanna close with your in this space and you want to shift the narrative Dream a little vague. Just like close your eyes. What does the for christina. What does the most empowered state of the beauty industry and what it's doing for young women and and filipinos. What does that look like..

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"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

Filipina on the Rise

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

"It all comes together. So i think that being able to show up on zoom for like a big beauty meeting or like meet. A beauty founders. Something and just like not have the full like glam. Look that i used to think. I needed has been very liberating for me. And i think that it's it's made all of us a lot more in a good way. A lot of us more minimalist in that nuts. Like i think that it has helped us focus on. What really is important. And that's like. I am yes beauty director. I am working at a magazine. I am a beauty expert. But that doesn't mean that. I have to look like a model like what. I'm what i'm what i'm coming to. The table with is my experience and expertise and my knowledge and my my writing skills and all of these things. It's not a requirement for me to look like a model. I wanted to know if you can share that Piece that you talked about when you interviewed the therapist about the looks being blended together. Oh yes so So this wasn't actually a piece. That i that i had written but it was just. Oh actually no it was. It was no. I've i talked to dermatologists all the time. So it's like. I'm like which story was that. So yes this is really like mind blowing to me. Honestly when you told me that i was like. Oh my god. That's so yeah so Dermatologist that i really admire insuring idris. And she had in the story that i wrote about filters and how they're affecting us. Psychologically and our sense of self and beauty she told me and this is quote like it's a scary phenomenon In instagram face. That is instagram faces. A quote scary phenomenon. Because it's been a subconscious requests that comes daily through my practice. Patients nitpick their futures apart and ask for a face that belongs to no one but looks like everyone on social media so in a way you know people are really removing their the pieces that make them unique. Yeah if we're all supposed to look like this quote unquote like instagram snatched. Face with like you know like like you said pulled back and like very angular and berry contoured and like a very like like high cheekbones. Bella had basically like. Yeah if we all we're all supposed to look like bella hadid then we're like removing those pieces of like our heritage that that are passed down to us from our ancestors if you think about it and like i constantly think about.

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"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

Filipina on the Rise

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

"Of your body that are always constantly being critiqued by you and they're not Up to the beauty standards that you actually like literally start celebrating it for looking like that of like. I love my. I love my cheeks. And like i love my like dark brown skin or something or start like actually like flipping the script in your head in your like tricking yourself. Because you're like wow. I never thought like i could actually celebrate the way it looks versus covering it up or just ignoring it or something and So this is something else that i in that piece that i reported another another psychologist actually told me It's almost like exposure therapy for yourself. Where if you're so used to posting a picture that's heavily filtered or heavily edited. Or you know you go on face tuna lot or you feel like you can't show up without augmenting yourself than one thing to do is to stop men and just like just like posted like posted pickles as is open as you see what happens. Yeah i know because you get so used to that. Look and then there's going to be you know bodies this morpheus but then phased as morpheus. Oh my gosh. The other week. When i finally tried a baby face for the first time. I've got that filter and i was like. Oh my god. Oh there's there's a lot of them like that though and it makes you question like do look better but no that's white supremacy impression. I know and there's a time i was using it. And then i saw the little like warp and it was like making my nose whoop and then my legs deal like this. And i was like yup. There's a there's a european woman coming and it's crazy that that that that because these filters are user-generated don't think that there's a lot of you know oversight for for it and the in terms of like letting people publish these things that are honestly damaging and if you one thing that i started to do personally was i used to never post on..

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"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

Filipina on the Rise

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

"When did it become very specific for you to say. I want to bring in more specifically filipino. Women in these spaces and in these pages yet come. It comes very comes from a strong desire to have community. You know. I am all about community. I feel like when i was in high school. I was in the filipino club. I was doing like to nick lang for you know for cultural night and in college. I was part of the filipino club. I became the president. And i was in charge of cultural programming. And you know everything. So i love our culture so much and yeah i also. Did you know after college during hajj a lot of community organizing around filipino american. So i think that. I've just always had that but i felt like i had to strip that away for myself in order to be successful in the media industry where i didn't want to be quote unquote like to filipino to to so to really get ahead so like i let go of the community organizing work. I let go of yet even a lot of people that i met through being in filipino clubs. And on some of that is just you know growing apart like the the way that you do with people have in college right but i but i think that after years of just not really identifying myself really as like a proud of you know i think i came to a point where i was yearning for that and realizing okay. This is who i am. I'm very proud of it. And it's it's not like i felt shame around my culture but he's just i didn't know or didn't see the need to be loud about it and so remember explicitly changing like my bio teva filipino flag. You know every time. I see another filipino. Person or another filipina beauty editor immediately. Wanted to be their friend. And i was just like okay so i clearly want to..

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"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

Filipina on the Rise

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

"They were really keeping all the memories of like the the little write ups that i do that. Maybe like a hundred words in in magazine you know an and they were so proud of the always an and really trusted me and i know that's not really needed right especially because i definitely had friends who pursued entire majors that they were not interested in college because they felt like their parents were pressuring them to go into nursing or to you know pursue law or something like that and i think you know. I'm i'm lucky that my parents were supportive but people on the outside were not as supportive. I recall very very strongly like when i was eighteen and about to go to college and it was the summer before college. I remember telling you know A dido of mine that. I wanted to study journalism and of course the response was that. Oh you're not gonna make any money was just like oh okay And i remember being so upset by that feeling so not discouraged but just like it was. It was condescending. You know and i. And i feel like that was a. That wasn't the only time that i felt like i had to explain myself. And it was only when i started really finding success and like literally people seeing me in the magazine for them to be like. Oh she did it. Oh it's a real job. And i feel like i. I constantly had to prove myself not not only to others but for myself Prove that can do it. And that i can. I can make an nfl like the number. One thing that everyone kept warning me about was money. Because like the impression that i got was i i will never be rich and i will never be able to support myself if i if i try to be a journalist. But you know i. I'm doing right now. So i think that i i definitely dispelled that. I love that when you enter the beauty industry. When did you start looking around and observing little things and picking up..

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"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

Filipina on the Rise

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"health magazine" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise

"People are really removing the pieces. That make them unique. If we're all supposed to look like this instagram snatched face then we're like removing the pieces of like our heritage that are passed down to us from our ancestors. It's not that. I'm not beautiful. It signed by an assistant that is working against my have to believe in your own beauty you have to affirm your own beauty. Welcome to the filipino. On the rise. Podcast where i spotlight filipino. Women do big things and making them. That i'm your host. Christopher bella and i aim to promote excellence empower our community in the world through our stories and celebrate what it means to be a philippine a- today we're talking to christina rodolfo. Fifteen is a multimedia journalists who specialize in reporting.

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"health magazine" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"health magazine" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Watkins is a medical doctor and infectious diseases position in Akron, Ohio and a professor of internal medicine northeast Ohio Medical University, told Health magazine today. But even if there is a moderate sized flu epidemic, which all by itself constructs out hospital facilities Never happen The same times the pandemic we may be in for quite a rough winter. In this scenario of dark winter to lighting storm. We see this. It looks like the experts are not wanting to lift any of the restrictions anytime soon. Lockdowns 6 ft separation masks, And they stressed the importance of keeping up those methods to prevent covert 19 and the flu, social distancing wearing masks, etcetera. None of this is coincidence. None of this is accidental, but it is sinister. If things continue as they have been, and this lockdown remains in place, whether fully or partially, the anticipation of this dark winter will be on the minds of most Americans, especially it was continually Luke if it's being continually used as a threat. Of things to come. Now, with that mind and that on the minds of people, they'll be expecting the worst. It will probably get exactly what they expected extension of lockdown, urging authorities to get tested and vaccinated. And the people not prepared for a harsh winter. Dark winter in Atlantic Storm or both aligned in predicting a major pandemic during a massive winter storm. The endgame talking points after the operations during the pandemic exercise were this quote. Preparation will matter. Increased knowledge and awareness are essential. Homeland Security must look abroad, The World Health Organization's authority must be aligned with expectations. Effective communication between nations with the public is critical. Adequate medical countermeasures must be developed. Bio security is one of the great global security challenges of the 21st century. These were all listed in the dark winter Atlantic storm preparations. Remember those? Remember that list of words I've told you Preparation will matter. Increased knowledge and awareness or essential homeland security must look abroad, The World Health Organization's authority must be aligned with expectations. Effective communication between nations is with public is critical. Adequate medical countermeasures must be developed. Bio security is one of the great global security challenges of the 21st century. So with this in mind You should already assumed the governors and mayors of the Progressive States will certainly exploit these major upheavals in order to retain control and keep in mind that after the election, the current president will still be in office. Until January of 2021. Even if Joe Biden wins the election, his plan is to mandate vaccines and mass and camel A Harris or Kamila Harris has already said that she will make sure that food sources will be limited, including meats and other foods that will be rationed or otherwise. Penalize you for consuming certain items like meats and everything else so I said restaurants are worried because the harsh winter will force their clientele indoors. Some of them are buying huge tenting and awnings and heaters, so maybe they can keep people outside. And I would tell you this stock up the medicine chest was supplements. You gotta help your body's immune system have on hand an electric generators some kind, because of course, electricity for heat. Health reasons are important. You should always have.

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Skilled Creative: Helping Brands Build Best-in-Class Voice Programs With Brandon Kaplan

Voice in Canada

02:41 min | 1 year ago

Skilled Creative: Helping Brands Build Best-in-Class Voice Programs With Brandon Kaplan

"Brandon. So tell us. I'd love to hear about some of the things that you've done with your company. Some of the really creative stuff that you have have built and maybe even talk about some of these cases if he can some of the some of the really cool things were going on sure. I mean so When the company started doing a bunch of different technologies so we were doing voice. computer vision. Augmented reality you know. We were doing a computer vision in vending machines for pepsico where we could see. Like what different demographics were vending different flavors on these machines. We have seen that. Like men over fifty were vending vanilla beverages and everyone over a yet under twenty was was bending lemon with their pepsi. Really interesting and rejection mapping in hotels in new york city and you're doing chat bots voice and in about two and a half years ago. I completely shifted the agency. One hundred percent voice because i felt that Voice was really the only tech. That wasn't that wasn't an activation is really shifting consumer behavior. Since then we've been purely doing vote and we've been working with really cool clients. We've actually done quite a few quite a few projects with pepsico We've done some voice activated kiosks on college campuses. That engaged with college students During during finals month that was really fun. Motivational talks through vending machines. We we've done like really cool lifestyle experiences for pepsico We worked with meredith corporation's. Been one of our best partners and we've helped to launch a series of experiences for them so we launched all recipes into market. we launched entertainment weekly We just launched a really exciting project with health magazine. that's called my daily mindset and it's a fourteen day a affirmation so i think right now needs positivie so it's fourteen day Day and we put so much creative care love into that. It's a great experience and we we've also launched with a real simple real simple relax. Which was another meditation experience. We've done things with fan wall like interactive betting with fan duel. We've done simon and schuster rarity. Now we're working with The nba one Group in a couple of other media companies. So we've we've always been largely focused on media and entertainment and then cpg. Those are two areas of the industry. That are going to gain a lot of traction in the next six twelve eighteen months and where we have more of creative of flexibility to play

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"health magazine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"health magazine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"So think about what that means and then prepare for it as you're as you're getting to that that bedtime and really one thing that helps us, you know, we know if people who have kids know that a bedtime ritual is really important. Whether it's the bath and reading the stories and things that help kids get wound down for the night. We have the equivalent as adults. It's you know, it's turning off the TV so that You don't have that light. It's not drinking or eating too much right before bed and you might find it helpful to really develop a bedtime ritual such as journaling at night or having a cup of tea. I'm just something that clues your mind and your body into the fact that it is that it's time to really start winding down. But the real key is then sticking to that. And so that is a great resolution for the new year. You mentioned earlier that it's probably bad for us to make a resolution. I'm going to lose, you know, such and such number of pounds. So if we don't think of this large goal, how do we approach these things in the resolution? Yes. Starting small is actually a really great way to do things so you might sort of say I'm going to take a walk. You know if you've been super sedentary Saying, I will make a healthy, healthier lunch for myself during the week or I'm going to take a walk every day start small and then when you start winning at those small steps, you can be confidence and you will and it will help you stick to it, and it will help you kind of growing and build on it as well. So starting small is teeny and also check in with yourself along the way. So let's say you make a resolution whether or not it's realistic check in with yourself every weekend, saying, however, I've been doing on that. Well, if you haven't been doing so well. Maybe it was too ambitious. Maybe it was too much of a leap from what your dick regular day today is and you need to dial it back a little bit. So again, Those small actions really built two big ones, and that's a great way to think about things well along those lives for people that want to cut back drinking. You talk about making a resolution just for a dry January. Now tell me how that works dry January, something that has been catching on and you know, it's It's interesting. I mentioned that I don't think people will be doing these super strict kinds of Resolutions is here, but at the same time, I think, Do you think that challenges like a dry January is something that people will really be trying a lot because you know everybody's been talking and joking and maybe not joke about having been drinking a lot during quarantine, so really taking a break from alcohol can help reset your relationship with it. It will also help you lose some weight. If that's what you're looking to. To do and it also help you sleep better. So that's something where it's again. It's a lot of it is about routine. So if you've gotten in the habit of a glass of wine each night, don't you try to replace it with something else that you'll enjoy? Make yourself a nonalcoholic cocktail? Something that feels like a little bit of a treat for that same time of day so again that you don't feel so deprived so that you so you're still enjoying the ritual of it and also getting those health benefits and there are so many studies that show that people who quit drinking For a month that the positive effects carry on that again. You sort of reset that relationship with alcohol so that you're more mindful about how you drink Come February, Even if you go back to drinking in February, Speaking of February, maybe it's better Do a drive February. I mean, it's a shorter month. Yeah, I've actually heard people say that. Why not exactly Final thing? People talk a lot about carbs. And I noticed among that, you know, I'm going to quit carbs, and then some people say no, don't carbs are good for you. And one of your things and dealing with that resolution is maybe just change out the cards you're having for healthier carbs. Yeah, that's it. That's a great point for Health magazine. Actually, for a January issue, we talked to nutritionists about people's diet resolutions, and one of the things that people often say is, I want to give up carbs and nutritionist always say no, don't do that, because what people don't understand about carbs is that so many different types of foods, including many that are really, really good for you, our corpse and our body needs them for energy. So when if you're going to say you want to give up carbs? Certainly you can scale back on. He's like sugar and white flour in the process foods that contain too much of them. But in terms of carbs that's going to be black beans and sweet potatoes and whole grain foods. So as with everything in life think, in terms of moderation, don't think so black and white and don't just say I'm going to cut out this entire food group think instead of adding, we talked before about added about making it about Having more of the good things in your life. And that same same philosophy. Advice to carbs. Amy Conway is editor in chief of Health magazine gave me a very happy 2021 to you. Thank you. You too. You're listening to a holiday special from the.

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Why are smart women falling for pseudoscience health gimmicks?

Food for Thought

09:15 min | 3 years ago

Why are smart women falling for pseudoscience health gimmicks?

"Strange beliefs around. Women's bodies have a long history and every every day we have bombarded by new wellness claims from restoring the balance of our hormones to the self healing properties of salary juice and unsurprisingly thinly. The wellness industry is now worth a two point eight trillion worldwide. It has never been so difficult to distinguish fact from Fahd leaving many of us feeling extremely confused including myself joining me today to help uncover only the truth is personal trainer. bestselling selling author and women's Health magazine columnist. Alice Living Heller Alice. Hi Hello I think when they're all so many small women out left falling for harmful and pseudoscientific claims. Let's just our Ryan. Why do you think this is happening? I think it's a pretty interesting. It definitely been in the position where I've fallen for some stuff myself to I think it comes from a genuine place of us all wanting to live healthier live longer. I think we've suddenly the nego access to all of this information which he didn't necessarily have before where we're able to read about all of these things like on our health or wellbeing wellness wellness. Become a thing that was never a thing ten. You know ten years ago And he's become very difficult to decide for from fiction because I think many any many people enter. And I'M GONNA use even though I I use in brackets but the wellness industry with the best intentions of wanting to help people to achieve that elusive thing. That as ultimate health and happiness if it so exists And I think it's difficult because I think the people that we are listening to ball all people like yourself who oversee qualified experts You know anyone can enter and this is the dangerous thing is anyone in Canada onto social media call themselves whatever they one give themselves whatever kind of title they deem to be appropriate and then saw spouting of information in a very authoritative way which for the average person seems seems legit so it's really difficult for the average consumer of social media to know what is fact and what is fiction completely. I think you hit the nail on the head when you said said it comes from potentially a very warm loving place they can end up with a little trouble in some recent trends. I think have been. They've been a bit city but interesting thing. So one study suggested one in five women have have washed inside their vagina in the past year. And apparently it's called douching douching if it was a French word douche shower cooled yet latouche I mean. Do you know anything about this. Have you seen as we know that the vaginal tissues the my son's tissue the body. So I think it's a really interesting and I actually think it's a wide issue. That doesn't just stem from that particular piece of research. I think if we look brands we've seen how consumerism has driven us to create that we don't actually necessarily need and then make us believe that we ultimately do really need them and I think that's the really difficult Area where it's not just feminine hygiene products. It's loads the things within the industry that we don't need we've lived without for years and years and years and suddenly we're being told that the we we absolutely need this to live like I said live healthier and live longer And there's a price tag attached to it. Am I just think it's a very elitist worrying kind of trend that seems to be in Increasing yeah I think the thing with these kind of Feminine Hygiene Products is the research has shown time and time again this gynecologist. Who say this is not necessary? The Ph of your China will maintain itself and you do not need to wash yourself with any luxury products you will. You will naturally do that yourselves and and I think like unfortunately it goes back to what you're talking about in the first conversation. Which is the the the marketing pitching around? This stuff has been so good but people believe that the unfortunately they're gonNA trust something that they see in the shelving boots over gynecologist. He's saying you don't need this completely. I mean some of even said it's a contraceptive to which is worrying. And I read as well that it cannot be throw off the balance of the good bacteria in the Vaginas like Alice said. I think it's a bit of a money making to Ooh head but you have to be careful because the Internet can sail a lot of things in different societal norms. Tell us one thing different cultures but at the end of the day if you are looking for contraceptive I'm just begging anyone. Listening go to see who jeep but also it kind of taps into a deeper issue of the fact that we we should be in some in some way ashamed of of a joiner and ashamed of you know. There's lots of stigma attached to our The area things like Oh you know if it smells or well you know all of these things and we made to feel ashamed. Thought which can handle things like your sexual relationships your self confidence. It goes much much deeper than just it being about it. Not being necessary and interesting when I was reading up about it About you know these Feminine Hygiene Dogs. The gynecologist on their website says you know if if a woman should choose to wash her for China with something. It should be this and it's like no like you can't very gray tom in a very gray statement to make in that he's not necessarily saying you have to have it. But if you should choose to and I just think we really need to be a lot clearer in what we need and what we don't need for our bodies and making it a lot simpler for people because as you know in the nutrition walled things have just so overcomplicated and we. We're being made to feel as though we have to spend and lot of money on achieving elusive thing called like optimal health. And just not knowing the nutritional is just not the case. Narin you correctly said that I praise on the vulnerable and also what I call the worried. Well as well as something. That happens a lot that I see that it preys on one of our insecurities as females as well. It's you're right. It's much deeper rooted. This is definitely not my fail but deep-rooted psychology that perhaps would definitely not good enough or inferior striving for perfection which which is which is worrying but else. Have you seen that dangerous recently that we should be aware of. I think something that I've seen online. which actually a couple of people I've seen call out which is great and people in authority in position? You have to do so which is even better but One of them is whom I in balancing now. I think this is a really really interesting area because I think it particularly played preys on women and vulnerable women who feel as though in George George case like seeing who feels like they've almost done everything to try and lose weight and nothing's he's walking and then this person comes along and says but I can dance your hormones and suddenly. It's like the the cured and they are so much better and they're able to lose weight and I think this this idea of home and balancing from people that are not under control adjusts on not doctor is unwell. People with any qualification bought. Maybe being a personal trainer is quite concerning completely. I think especially with the whole my balancing. It's also linked to Ah for instance you yourself a very open about having polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and I think for women out there the large majority of them indefinitely listeners. Go about the episode we recorded with Anita the Gyna- Geek so many people software endometriosis and different female related problems. And this is all my saying I can help help you fix that balance this out by taking these supplements and I mean I was. Why do you think that it's it's the products? Now targeting women and especially those under the age of eighteen seen as well as seems to be everywhere I think because there's money there I think it's because we have become Like I said earlier. We've we've we've come to to believe that we need to spend money on our health and the more money we spend on the battery it must be and I think big big brands have caught onto the fact that people. Aw Aw all willing to spend money on their wellbeing and their health and so every. Brian going is trying to make themselves a wellness brand in some way. If you look at campaigns from from you know all all sorts of onto the sun they'll always try and have like a wellness line goal because they realize that it's a great marketing style US Brandon. You'll be healthier theon happy. I just think everyone yeah. And particularly when you mentioned the under eighteen like it's really concerning A lot of this stuff is targeted at girls. That are not You know they're not even out of puberty. That bodies are still changing the cylinder that are still deciding who they are and who they want to be and to come in and already make thank them conscious and aware of things that they don't need to be made aware of that age structure Such tricky like time anyway It's no wonder that we have the issues that we do and I think there is completely multifactoral and when it comes down to. I think social media doesn't help the media doesn't help but I also think marketing foxing products particularly that focused on things like weight loss or health to a certain degree. Goals are goes on boys that are under eighteen is this is really

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News in Brief 26 July 2019

UN News

03:04 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 26 July 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations as the Ebola crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo continues the U._N.'s World Food Program or W._F._p.. Announced on Friday that it plans to double food assistance to people affected took the disease one year off of the start of the complex outbreak in the volatile eastern part of D._R._C. and ten days since the first reported case in Goma the region's biggest city a W._f._p.. Spokesperson said. The U._N.. Agency is stepping up preparations for a potential further escalation of the epidemic over the next six months W._F._p.. Will significantly ramp-up food assistance and nutritional support to four hundred forty thousand Adler affected people in D._R._C.. The spokesperson announced adding that this would include primarily contacts of victims and their families as well as confirmed and suspected cases the head of the U._N.'s mission in Mali reputedly Lee the most dangerous in the world has been speaking to you and news about the many challenges he and his troops face the force under the command of Swedish General Dennis Yudin spoarer has sustained severe and regular casualties from the activities. He's of armed groups in the north of the country and many civilians of born the brunt of instability which includes deadly interesting clashes in an interview with you a news General Union spoarer said that despite the considerable risks his resolve off to help stabilize molly remains strong it is a difficult mission and sadly we have had too many fatalities in the mission the way forward is to stay firm and to adjust to the threat environment and eh be unpredictable with regards to to these <hes> groups on groups that challenge security we will continue to do so we are determined and we are focused on our mandate and you can. Hey the rest of that interview on the U._N.. News websites. Lights audio hub and via the news APP and finally calling for bold political leadership ahead of World Hepatitis Day the U._n.. World Health Organization or W._H._o.. On Friday urged countries to take advantage of reasons reductions in the costs of diagnosing and treating viral hepatitis and scale up investments to eradicate the disease a new study by W._H._O.. Published on a I in the Lancet global health magazine found that investing six a billion U._S. dollars per year to eliminate hepatitis in sixty seven low and middle income countries would avert four and a half million premature deaths by twenty thirty and more than twenty six million deaths beyond that target date.

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