17 Burst results for "Hey Doc"

"hey doc" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:21 min | 6 months ago

"hey doc" Discussed on WTOP

"About four hours as part of the investigation Maryland's governor comptroller and treasurer have approved a $1.5 million contract to upgrade the exterior of the statehouse in Annapolis It's the first of what will likely be $34 million in contracts to restore the National Historic Landmark Contractors will restore the building's exterior with an initial focus on its wooden dome stone and brick masonry will be upgraded as will the building's roof doors and windows construction of the Maryland state house began in 1772 It served as the nation's capital when the Continental Congress met there from November 1783 to August 1784 general George Washington resigned his commission as commander in chief of the Continental Army in the building in December 1783 Christopher Cruise open news In one part of our area people who call for an ambulance could get a virtual doctor's visit instead of a trip to the ER It's part of a bid to minimize the unnecessary transport to emergency rooms and free up ambulances and their crews for other emergencies Hey Doc got a patient here I think is going to be appropriate for a telehealth console That's Arlington county fire department captain Nate heiner showing how EMS workers in the field are connecting via iPad with doctors physicians assistants or nurse practitioners On the other end of this call is doctor E Reed Smith the operational medical director for Arlington county's fire and police departments There's not a lot of benefit from COVID but one of the things that we've shown is that we can deliver medicine remotely in an effective way The ads that when it comes to patients if they have signs or symptoms or anything that is concerning at all we will always default to take into the hospital Montgomery county and the district also have a telehealth capability on EMS calls John Aaron wtop news In 1971 the Attica prison riot and ensuing massacre left 43 people dead The tragic incident is chronicled in the new showtime documentary Attica I felt that the story had never been told You know we never knew why the prisoners rebelled Why law enforcement came in with guns blazing Director Stanley Nelson spoke to wth alongside survivor bob Harrison When you hear about hell on earth that's what adequate was for me I don't think any human being They have to endure something like that Brothers got tired of being treated like animal Fellow survivor James asbury describes how 500 white police officers raided the prison mowing down inmates and hostages alike English would have apparently been not wanting to just come in and try to find a peaceful solution in a humane solution Here are our full chat on my podcast beyond the fame Jason freeley WTA news I'll look at money news on the way for 54 A while back we at American Eagle dot com or ask to build the ecommerce side of a major candy distributor With the need for a website that could take into account everything from shipping times to local weather because you know candy melts the task was not like taking candy from a baby Fortunately we live for a good digital challenge And free Bon pons So we got to work on a slew of complex integrations including a shipping algorithm that factored in variables like distance speed and location The website even let the.

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"hey doc" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"hey doc" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"Too. So how would you cast providers see or access this EPA? Well, this is this is a funny thing about private data of any form Doug. It bleeds is the expression that we have the tendency to run and bleed. In theory, right? You know, your typical U cast provider, your typical voice provider would say, I have no way that I'm going to touch this EPA. That's doctor is dealing with patients. Let's say, for example, I leave a voicemail. I've got an appointment this afternoon. I'm not gonna make it. Hey Doc, this is Paul Redding. Here's my birthday. I'm not making this appointment today. Everything I just said is the PHI for my name to my birthday to the fact that I had an appointment in the right circumstances in the right records call logs. The IP address connecting. There's 18 possible identifiers that fall into this EPA bucket way beyond just the actual medical record. And I know that we probably have a lot of the managed service providers and the MSSPs in the world that are out there. I'll give you an example from my own personal experience. I understand MSV for about 14 years. And I had a technician come in and go, Paul, what do I do with this? Because a Doctor Who had an issue with outlook, you know, he keeps getting a pop up and drives him crazy. He gets to pop up. He's being smart. He thinks, you know what, I'm gonna make sure my health does fixes it this time. Screenshot attached to ticket and start to take it. Well that's great, except for the fact that he was looking at somebody's medical record on the PDF when he took that screenshot. That is now in my RM, if I took it through this RM tool, it's in my PSA, my tech has seen it. It's in my office. We are now as I said, that PHI just bled over to me as a service provider. And that's why they passed and found all the techie for a second bear with me, folks. It's why they pass what's called the omnibus rule. The omnibus rule sounds like a weird word. You'll never forget this again, Doug. It's how all these vendors fall into the box. I call it the on the bus rule. The omnibus rule basically says, if you have a single client and there is any possible way you can touch EPA, you get on the bus with them too. They're in the healthcare bus, get on the bus with them..

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"hey doc" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"hey doc" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I'll meet you there. I'm going back to the store gets bandages and things. Well hell along with you you conway you better. You might get your clothes muddy all the same. I think i'll go at that. Swell will stick right together because as soon as through. I've got something to say to you. gone up daca. Hey doc doc. Yes julian conway but jim morgan here. What's the matter with jim. It's my hand doc. He was trying to get our.

"hey doc" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"hey doc" Discussed on 710 WOR

"On the Voice of New York. 7 10 w O R. This is the Mark Simone Show 7 10 W. O. R. We'll take some calls. 803 2107 10 is in a major Bartlett could explain this to me. Governor Cuomo shuts down indoor dining, But Saturday night live Jimmy Fallon, They're allowed to have a live studio audience every night. How does that work? Yeah, Yeah, it's Cuomo rational. There's no explaining this guy. I mean, there's no reason restaurants have to be shut down. No, but you can explain. Likes to take care of Saturday Night Live town, Jimmy Fallon. That way they take care of Saturday Night Live has a live studio audience Every week. Jimmy Fallon now has a live studio audience. Every night. Now, you might say, Well, I'm sure they space them out, and it's a TV studio with no ventilation. It's I'm the Fallon's on the sixth floor of the G building. Now the Comcast building. How do you think you get all these people to the sixth floor? Mm hmm. There, all right. And elevate. You think it's like, who only one of the time in the elevator? No. That would be like 100 elevator rights. No, it's uh so I don't understand this. Cuomo just wiped out 10,000 businesses. Mom and pop businesses bankrupted them. Look at 21. The 21 Club just closed. 21 can survive this. Yeah. How's Luigi's restaurant on the corner Supposed to survive? 21? That's where Ernest Hemingway aged 21 John Steinbeck aided 21 every you know that every president Except George W. Bush. Aged 21, Every president Donald Trump. That's the last restaurant you went to before He went to the White House here, and he would call himself. He called the maitre d the hotel. You a teddy, It's Donald Trump. Could I get a table tonight? Yes, sir. Okay. Thank you, Frank Sinatra. I eat it. I eat it. The 21 with Franks and after a few times And, uh, you know, when you know it was different. Ever say sorry, Mr Sinatra. We're full tonight. No, it was Secretary would take care of everything. Dorothy Coleman. She would call you, Mr Sinatra dinner tonight. I'm gonna I'm gonna Then it's see somebody. And he'd be so excited. Frank invited me to dinner. Really? He invited me to dinner. I'm thinking of like things to talk about that I'm making a list of questions. I don't want to break it to this poor guy when you get invited to dinner. Dinner is 42 people you'd be lucky with. If you're within 16 seats of him. You'll be lucky, And when you go to dinner, nobody talks except him. He would talk the whole dinner and it would be riveting. You tell you stories, and it's a speaking voice was more amazing than his singing voice. He would talk the whole night. You nobody says. So the poor guy who would leave and he never got near Frank. He never talked to the waiter got more conversation with frank that he did so they would do that to in this house. When you'd see a movie. Sometimes he'd screen movies at his house. As the movie is running 2.5 hour, he talked the whole movie. It wouldn't stop talking. You see, Now, watch now here. You know why they're doing it. They're going to do that. Now. Here's what they're gonna do. Watch this. And if, uh That's just part of being a star. It's no one would say Frank. I wanna watch is now just be quiet. Only Don Rickles Don Rickles would walk in ago, Frank snap out of it. Snap out of it in the so many way. Let's take some calls. 803 2107 10 is the number. Let's go to Michael in Florida. Michael, how you doing? Hey, Doc, look. Yes, we will talk. What's going on down there in Florida is everything opened 80 degrees that has been to come to Florida. I don't know you people. I think he's secretly miserable because you keep saying we should all come there. If you saw me. What do you need? What you published last week, wasn't it? You know, and that's it. That's how you doing Florida? You go to Starbucks in the morning. Public's in the afternoon dinner at four o'clock, and you're done so part of Florida question. Quick question When Trump leaves office. What is it put back time for For the media. What's he going to do? That's a good question. Thanks for calling. It's an excellent question. Now. Here's the job, brother. What do you think? As a private citizen lashing out exposing stuff? Do you think he could be even more effective as a private citizen? Or you think it'll just seem silly? Well, he's not gonna get any coverage. I mean, you know, obviously, the mainstream media is not gonna do anything for him. I don't think Fox leaving do much. Yeah, That's the problem. You know, when he lashes out now, at least they all covered and say he lied, And he says this without evidence, and it's not verified your right now. It's also a show business phenomenon. You see this through, especially television. The history of television was something is the biggest hottest thing in the world. Jack Paar, For instance, he was much bigger than Johnny Carson. He had the highest ratings of anything on TV. Even prime time He was the front page of every newspaper. Every day was you couldn't be hotter than when he finally left after five years, And when everybody forgot about him instantly, they kind of wanted to. It was just they loved them. But the too muchness just got to him. Remember who wants to be a millionaire? It was on seven nights a week. There was nothing hotter. And then when it went, everybody wanted to forget it. But it was too much to even think of looking American Idol at its peak. It was like three nights a week was all people were talking about. Now it's time nobody even looks at. So there is that shooting star kind of thing. You know, Elvis Presley was the biggest thing ever in music. For about three or four years, And then he couldn't couldn't get arrested. After that. He just vanished by the early 60 gone memory did the 68 comeback special. It didn't hold it held for, like, two days and then forgotten about again. So that could you could see that phenomenon? I hope not with Donald Trump. Should we take one more? Call you? We got time for one more. Let's go to Donna and long Branch. Hey, Donna. Good morning, Mark. How are you? Good. So Mark Cuomo. Guys who's so self absorbed, he could be his own tampons. Did you know that this is a sure what way's that offended Joe Bartlett? Jesus. She gone so big you're doing for himself. He has just, um you know, Janice Dean had been writing about it. And Ben Stiller actually apologized to Janice. Dean. Yeah. All right. Well, thanks for calling. I mean, let's be honest. Cuomo does have a bit of an ego, they say when he has sex, he calls out his own name. So anyway, when we come back, the greatest pollster in the World, John McLachlan, he's the president's pollster. Let's just talk to him about what the numbers really are. I mean, nobody knows these numbers better than him. What does he think is gonna happen now? And what does he think those election results really look like? We'll get to that In a moment on 7 10 w. O R Let's get the latest news. Here's Joe Bartlett. Okay, Mark, a critical care nurse and Queens has become the first person in New York to get the vaccine. The dose administered to Sandra Lindsay Earlier this morning at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, she told Governor Cuomo did not feel any different than any other vaccine. Connecticut's first vaccines going to be administered to frontline workers at the Hartford Hospital this morning. New Jersey's vaccinations begin tomorrow in Newark Indoor dining now off limits in the city's been shut down again beginning today because of the rising rate of hospitalization and Joe Biden officially becomes president elect. Today, the Electoral college has begun to cast its votes. Next updated, known breaking news that one start today with Len Burman and Michael Riedel in the morning, 6 to 10 Tomorrow. I'm Joe Bartlett on 7 10. W. O.

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"hey doc" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"hey doc" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You know, Hey, Doc, That's great. I lost weight. But you know what? I don't need my don't need my sugar pills anymore because my sugar is not normal, which we see all the time within the first week Really? Of the program. We see people stopped having to stop or change or lower blood pressure blood sugar medications because their weight is coming down so dramatically drastically. That they need to lower the check their sugar every day, and they need to tell the doctor and have their doctor readjust your medications for sugar readjusted medications for for blood pressure. It's just it's just great, and it's almost like an immediate response and They come in. And yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm down £15, but I'm no longer taking my sugar pants. Oh, yeah. I was taking three and now I'm taking two or and the doctor says, you know he's gonna check me next week and I should be down the water. Wow, my blood pressure pills. I had to take one full one. Now He's got me taking a half and that's what they're talking about. And that's really to me. That's the most impressive thing because you just you know, literally watching somebody within a couple of weeks. Adding years and years to their life, and that's really you know that that's really awesome. That's really awesome to may and I'll tell you about Cheryl on. It's gonna be awesome for you because I know you always want to talk you. Your favorite thing is the shopping. People going up people going on shop. This is very important. It's very important. You know what is really important to get rid of your clothes when you lose the weight by the way, because you know this, Jake that I was talking about the lost £120. He said that he's just now starting to throw out his clothing. No £120 You kidding? That's what I'm saying. Well, no, he was like holding onto them because your conversation people about every person that comes in about their clothing. No, no, not everybody. Just some people, you know, And he said that he's just now starting to throw the man. I think this is really important People listen up. You lose £10 You get rid of the old stuff because you you know it's a mental thing. You will not go back. If you throw it out. You will not go back there. But they don't realize they're going to keep it off because they haven't hit the back end of the program where we give you that you would take a look at the didna and tell you what's your ideal body type diet type is How to eat, how to exercise What nutritional supplements you might need. We look at metabolic health factors were literally look it over 40 different metabolic health factors that's going to help you keep the weight off. If you wait even goes up by a couple of pounds. You have 10 different ways to eat that day to drop the weight back down. And by the way, your set point is reset anyway, So it's gonna be a hard time for you to gain the weight back anyway. And so people don't you know people don't realize that yet. So I guess they want to keep on to their closed for just a little while longer. Oh, it out. Donate it. Don't throw it out. Donate. Donate, Donate, donate, donate, donate to the vets or something right Donate? So anyway, Cheryl's going in a big shopping spree. She's lost £22. She says, and, you know, she's she lost £22. But she says she looks and feels like she lost 30 at least £30 because she but she doesn't realize it, but she lost mostly fat. So when you lose like a pound of fact If you lose £10 of fat, it looks and feels like you probably lost £15 minimally. And so that's what's really that's what's really great is that you know when you burn fat, you just shrink when you lose a lot of water like it like I see a lot of people walk, you know, I hear a lot of people they do this program in that program. They lose a ton of water. They look tired. They look, they look like they're dragging drained. They look like they're surviving something God forbid. People do this program. They burn fat When you burn fat, you just shrink and you look great because you're making sure you stay hydrated and increasing your water and how your body's absorbing water. So she says she lost 20 just 22 questions. I swear, I look I'm wearing. I can get into clothing now that I couldn't get in when I was 30 £35 lighter on, so she's just, she says. You know, she came in. She super thrilled. Um, going on a monstrous shopping spree, she says. This is our husband is going to kill her because you're going on a shopping spree on put what's great. You know she came in. She had a bunch of shit a history of major digestive issues. When she was coming in, and you know every time she h, he says, within like 20 minutes to a half an hour. She's gassy. She's bloated. She feels that way for hours. This was this was before head and we you know, she came in. Did a concert whether obviously we looked at a bunch of different things. We did the parents saliva with the energetic Byron genetic testing. We took a look at some blood work that she brought in. We were able to do a gallery would never toxicity, support, digestive support, mineral and vitamin support. And so boom 22 £22 in 40 days, which is fantastic, a little bit below what we typically see. But still, you know, like, she said, she looks like she's £30. She looks like she's £30 lighter. She looks and feels like she's £30 lighter. And, you know she's gonna go spend some money on some get, you know, get healthy economy a little bit. Get the shopping shot in the arm to the economy a little bit, get herself shopping, buying some clothing. And it's always good, right? It's all good. I you know, I think that there is nothing that feels or that feels better than buying yourself. A pair of jeans that are size or two sizes smaller than you were only like Hello, 2030. 40 days ago s So in my opinion, it's like, you know, for a man who is tightening his belt buckle right and you get to see that mark. Um, that he's had there for, like, whatever, eight years. And now that, Marcus, you know, now that belt is on a different hole, and I think that that's I think it's really special. And I think, um Um, e think What really matters is the fact that you know, every single day. You're accountable to yourself now, and you know what you're doing And, you know, um You kind of feel comfortable in your own skin. Now you're no longer afraid of the snack attack. You're no longer you know, having these cravings. We had Stella call the office this week, so she's been off the program for three years, by the way. Um And I think she lost about £37.3 years ago. She is 64 now, so she was 61 3 years ago. Obviously. She called because she wanted to know about the D n a testing because I was really interesting to her and also because she gets the complimentary hair and saliva evaluation every three months she comes in, and she does that, and she gets the appropriate supplement bringing and she's I told her about that, too. But so one of the things that she said to me that Really changed her after the program was that she's no longer afraid to walk into a supermarket. She's no longer afraid to go sit down in a restaurant because she knows exactly where she's at. She knows exactly. She's completely in control on. She said that this wasn't the situation Three years ago, she had completely lost control. And that's a scary place to be at, and I'm really proud of her that three years later, and she said to me, she goes, You know, it's a daily thing for me now, she says. I wake up in the morning and I think about what my day's going to look like. And then my second thought is what my day is going to look look like food wise and It's an interesting thing right? We wake up in the morning. We think about what we have to do during the day. Well, why not think about what it is that we're going to eat during the day? Right? That's you know, that's what fuels our body. That's what determines how much energy we have. That's what really determines how we're going to feel the next morning, right. But a lot of people don't think of it that way. But, she says You know, it completely shifted her paradigm of thinking like she's completely on a different wavelength in terms of what happens to her every single morning. She has a routine, You know, She knows what she's going to eat. She knows what she's gonna do that day. And that really helps her and three years later, all the way to still off and she's doing great. Yeah, no, it's great. It's great. And then that's what you do You empower people. When you have control you're empowered and you you can handle it and you know what to do. And so each person is given 10 different ways to get the weight off each person as the weights that point reset. Each person is given a Edna test that tells him.

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"hey doc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"hey doc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Za punishment here after they're on we do. Yes. Thank you Hear some sound from our good friend Adam Schefter. Yeah. From the moment the Patriots admitted last December that their video productions department had violated the law and the rules of the NFL. The Patriots had a sense that something like this would be coming. This is a video designed to show a scout's life, just doing his job and the NFL. Just it. It's job by the evidence. It had no choice in this particular situation, but the hand down the penalties it did against the Patriots on Sunday night, third round draft pick $1.1 million in fines and the Patriots TV production crew. Can't videotape games in the upcoming season. The Patriots scouting department TV production crew tried to do its job last December, and it resulted in the NFL doing its job Sunday night. How about the last day of Ah Belichick about appalling music? Yeah, no, no, no. All right, I'll take it from a number three sports story here about the MBA. Drop some game schedules over the weekend. I know. Yeah. So you're gonna get Bronn, Kawai and Zion in a double header to open the restart in Orlando, Florida. Wow, it's going to resume on July 30th you're going tohave Zion Williams in the New Orleans pelicans tipping off against the Utah Jazz and Rudy Gobert who started this whole darn thing. Yeah, that's right. Corona virus back on March 11th And then after that you get LeBron James Anthony Davis and the Lakers resuming their title chase by facing Kawai, George, Paul Kwai, Leonard, Paul George and the L. A Clippers. Hey, murder, And that will be, Of course, the opening doubleheader on July 30th. That is, of course, if they if they play I know July 30th. Seems like a long way away from now we'll see. It's a month away. I hope they get the games. Did you guys read that? Ah, Rudy, go. Bear gave some interviews over the weekend. He was saying like he lost. It Don't mean a left. It's just crazy. He's lost. His sense of smell is right that Polly. Yeah, and he went to a specialist and he goes. Hey, Doc. I can't smell anything. And then the doctor said you're not he goes, It'll probably take you about a year. To read, and that's how I tell you. What a scented your sense of smell. That's underrated. A sense right there. We talked about for you and you and your your line in your field. Paul, you coming? You know what's a show without a couple of aroma wafting through the building. I mean, it's all part of the ritual torture. Rudy go bare by anytime he walked into his house and say, Oh, hey, we're I'm glad you came over were just baking chocolate chip cookies right now. You know, I say to this might be the new list. Greatest scented smells of foods cooking ate away can be. Are you guys have heard it through the boot? The ambient my candle losses. Bacon? Yeah, Faking the waffle. Breakfast is a damn good smelling meal isn't a number you sports story. We're going to go to baseball and the Giants. They're getting ready to report on Wednesday start their workers on Friday. But we did not get there 60 player pool list even though they were required to submit it to Major League Baseball at 9 a.m. Every morning. What's going on? Maybe some odd procedural stuff involving the release of Pablo Sandoval, Trevor Cahill, you Omer Sanchez and Billy Hamilton, which is simply a language involving opt out clauses. They are expected to be right back in the 60 player pool. Also expected are Joey Barton, Elliot Ramos, Marco Luciano and Joey Bishop. Although against not officials of stay tuned to can be our today for that official list.

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"hey doc" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"hey doc" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Talk Hey folks have Joe here is a lady with a straight talk about food drug interactions this is important because even if you don't take medication fact house in a grocery store today and so we stop me and he said Hey doc Joe we don't take a picture with yes yes you're a city doing food drug interactions side I said yeah I said I don't take medication I said yeah but you want to make sure that you know this for other people I'm sure everyone knows somebody who's on some type of medication even something as simple as blood pressure medication or birth control pills or antacid medications so again read the label make sure you you you understand what it is if you have any questions always asked so these consider taking new medication can be hard especially if there's a risk for the interactions so create a routine when you take your medications so here's some things I'm gonna recommend you do what I want you to do this too with your supplements doctor Joe super green Dr essential source the other supplements we talk about the adrenal support which I take every day nitric oxide increases circulation digestive enzymes are of cooked meal I take digestive enzymes I keep a calendar I mean we have phones now we don't even have to keep a calendar calendar hard copy you can if you want to but set an alarm to remind you and in fact there's some ideas that would work Garrett was kicking around me the other day where we can actually you can scan we're gonna try to put labels on us up when you scan it and it'll set a timer on your phone immediately okay went by and the time is gonna go off at these times of the day to remind you to take your supplements there is no reason not to take my patients come in sometimes they'll get supplements and I you know I plan okay thirty days sixty days reevaluate how you doing doc I still a few supplements left I didn't take them like I was supposed to all right let's figure out how to do that get a pill box I use the pill box and I thought my pillbox all my supplements and then a you know I take him for a few days I just refillable box that's pretty simple you have questions about the drug interactions if you have side effects with the medications if you don't feel better start especially worse after taking medications and supplements let us know because we want to know every now and then we may have to increase up a supplemental dosage decrease supplement dosage everybody's different we can give you a general recommendation but I don't know how you're gonna respond no dogs that's not something we have to care you know psychic abilities to do is there certain time of day you should ask you to ask your pharmacist about that I take my medicine empty stomach do I need to stay away from certain foods what happens if I eat certain foods a substance is I need to avoid you know not just food but maybe doing something that might be listed you got a telephone is this Hey listen man I smoke pot okay I don't care if you smoke pot or not I care that the pot may have an interaction with the medication you're taking and any other if any other concerns you might have just ask that's what we do it's our job and so like some people come in as a doctor Joe I started taking super greens essential source and I'm a little worried as to what's wrong I feel so good I have always energy is that normal yes chances are your body's been so depleted in nutrition that we start giving you nutrition the body as well and get all excited with it and that's okay and some people don't know how to handle that they have so much energy the like is this normal as well maybe come back for a day or two and maybe you know go go half a dose and kind of build up to that so everybody's a little different and healthy eating of course is so critical let's get our goal is to get you to the point we don't need the medications sometimes if you take him I get that but if we can get your healthy enough you can go back to your primary doctors and say Hey listen what's my blood pressure looking like great it's been like that I've measured for several days or several weeks you think we can cut back on the Mets any it's almost always yes I mean no doctor wants to give you meds you know good don't make me kick back any not and I'm more in the old days the the BET drug companies used to do is due out like kick backs if I don board certified pain management really chiropractor to state board certified pain management and there was a time when the drug companies would take all the pain management doctor is out to dinner about once a month and I remember talking to one of the this the the gals would organize the thing this one sales reps and I said how do you pick the restaurants always the best restaurants and she said we usually shoot for about a hundred twenty dollars a person that's how we pick our restaurants I said wow that's a lot of money you're spending their then rules change you can't do that stuff anymore but it was great I take my whole staff I take five six staff members and we go out to the finest restaurants open bar you know I don't drink open bar and appetizers and desserts and main courses and take homes and they couldn't give you enough stuff hoping that you would use their medications and so we he doesn't quite work that way anymore so a lot of doctors don't have the incentive to use certain medications but all the doctors I work with I work with a ton of medical doctors chiropractors orthopedic neurologist our goal is get you off the medication not stay on and that's what chiropractic is the number one treatment for back pain it's the most effective least expensive treatment for back pain and it makes no sense whatsoever.

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"hey doc" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"hey doc" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"To our don't listen and all the tensions listen it's available where we listen to podcasts as a learned yesterday you have to type in like tangent Fred Angie or Fred Angie tangent similar to that so you get to it most easily but we have eighty six seven I think those eighty six something like them and I revealed yesterday I'm in security I have been a part of my body and I mean it I mean it yeah I mean it was just on the side but people know this isn't caught this is inside you talk here there is not that I don't think so he went home and looks like I'm going to make an appointment with a doctor to see if it's uglier than others I mean I've been asking you to go to the but talk to for it well we now have a reason be like Hey doc is is uglier than most what is your name if I wanted to go to the but doctor to see if my but is in fact uglier than others you know a lot lot of the nurses at those places are are women and and very steamed and you guys do a wonderful job but I don't know how comfortable I am spreading that like spreading my but with a bunch of other people watching like can you say do you have an audience well no because usually to doctor and a nurse in the room usually yeah like well if this is going to do something so I mean it is okay to say to the like the nurse like Hey I I know you're like a pro when you're not you don't really care but I care so I'm gonna spread my but for this guy I need I just I just like that yeah please I read my but this guy yeah I just played I just I just want you I don't want the other but I've only had one in the room when they look yeah every single time I thought they usually have like come first and yeah I saw your vitals meal yeah yeah and and although the last you can't put your hands and go on your knees and then they all of your needs so degrading as a primatologist on your knees because there's like a little like money bench thingy and then you bend over a table and you don't take your pants all the way off there just you're bending over the table raise the.

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11:02 min | 3 years ago

"hey doc" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Doc wallet back on coast to coast. Hey, doc. Welcome back. We'll think you so much. George is always good to be with you and appreciated the birthday party. You know, you have that was fun. I know. And I had a great time up there. It was a great. The years clicking by doc. We got a slow down. Can we do it with supplementation? Oh, absolutely. The, the guy. By in England. Of who is kind of the expert on longevity says people living today, many will live via thousand years of age. Okay. Who had debris is guy's name. And he, you know, spent many, many years and is seven things we are in charge of, and we deal with these things appropriately. There will be many, many people who are alive today will be alive thousand years from now, and so social security will love to hear that, right. I love that. Yeah. Doc, I've got emails flowing in, like crazy. Tom's getting texts tweets. We'll take calls pretty soon a next hour as well. Okay. But I did get a heart warming Email in from someone who wanted to just. Thank you for the advice. You've been giving us over the years. And then she wrote that her sister is suffering from glaucoma. What can she do about that? Okay. We'll go on Cuomo, of course where you have pressure in the eye, and which one do is think of this is almost like a vascular thing. And they gotta get rid of the bad stuff that causes inflammation, which causes plugging into little blood vessels in the eye. So the circulation is improper, and so also, you want to make sure the skull is. Okay. So there's no pressure on the optic nerve. When you have posted to the skull puts pressure on the optic nerves optic, nerve interview. Oh, N A, and you can get glaucoma and gradual. Loss of vision that pressure, shutting off the blood flow into the eye. And so you gotta look in those things. And so I like to get people off all the bad foods. You get really inflammation. No fried foods no process means no oils. Gluten those figures, then I like this really one healthy brain and heart pack for hundred pounds of body weight to support it's our biggest hammer in the toolbox. Sports. The Mainzer pair of all tissues body has the equipment to do just need some raw materials to make it happen. So see healthy brain and heart pack. Then specifically for the I we have the acute tube comes in bowels of thirty capsules need, again, one bottle per one hundred pounds of body weight. There's one capsule per one hundred hundred ninety eight and then you wanna make sure that the skull is in bad shape. There's no osteoperosis SCO. So I like to throw in the vitamin d three three of those capsules twice, and they were a hundred pounds of body weight. You throw in the MSM three of those twice a day. One hundred pounds of body weight is one bottle, big bowls, and your body's able to do some great things for the I in the brain and skull. And so what is it when, when one turns their neck, you hear a crack? What's what's going on there? Well, you can have your Jenner is easing have bones. Berge about you process, the vertebrae a lot of stuff going on. Because all your bones are susceptible to osteoporosis arthritis bone Spurs. And of course, those were chiropractors come in. They do a great job in making those kinds of diagnoses and, and adjusting things and taking the pressure off. And, and course we have we called the healthy bone and joint pack, it gives the body, what it needs to support maintenance repair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective, tissue, discontinued, vertebrae bone makes opponent cell and also has a topical pain relief, call Sam cream and your ply that to your neck. And it will for a couple of hours of relief. The comfort in the swelling and the inflammation popping and cracking and you can apply it several times a day. And after a month or so your body has been able to repair itself using these raw materials, and so you don't need to even add the topical pain relief anymore. People age doc are their bones. Do they get more brutal? Only if your nutritionally deficient, osteoporosis, and arthritis and things that are social aging have nothing to do with aging. It has to do with nutritional deficiencies in babies can be born with brittle bones and was prosise now proceed to the skull, and bones, Burs, certainly, we see a lot of this in preteens and teenagers who are athletes, and they sweat a lot and they don't supplement properly. And they sweat out. Whatever nutrients, maybe in their food, and they really wind up with terrible joint tendon ligament, connective tissue muscle problems. Even at a very young age because it's not an age thing. And so we do have to do preventive maintenance. It's just like a car. You put oil in the car before the engine burns up. He didn't have a bad habit of. Well, I'm just eating. Well, I'm not gonna take any of those vitamins minerals, and then they break down. Then I better do something is better to take the ninety cents a nutrients, and that's why we have these packs is sort of like the oil in the car kind of thing, the healthy joint pack for people who do a lot of physical work or they work out in the gym or they play on the company softball team. That kind of thing are there on a team in the school, they need to take these pets, as a preemptive, preventive maintenance, and they'll be very, very happy, the doctor story we had before you came on, as I was talking with Dr Peter. Obregon. He's a psychiatrist who joins us quite often bump, the generation Z, folks. The young kids fifteen to twenty four are committing suicide in record numbers. Is there in your in your mind is there a deficiency of anything in addition to their emotional distress? Absolutely. In fact, that was my monologue say my radio programs during the day as sort of other save program is interesting that, that came up in my book. A rare earth's been curious campus four or five and six cap, six sixes specifics, the title and champion six is, let's see here, the bad seeds. That's remember that movie the bad seasonal and the little girl. Okay. Any rate, we have right now we have under the age of six we have over one million kids who are on psychotropic drugs as due to an attrition efficiency. There was a great study that was done in the nineteen seventies. The nineteen eighties on twenty seven counties in Texas, and they found that these kids, I mean, we're talking kids under the age of ten okay? Her committing suicide is it can can violence. Many of these guys who commit school shootings when they're nineteen years old were violent and, and talking about committing suicide and violence and school shootings when they were like ten twelve years old nine years earlier and nobody nobody listened to them crying out, well, they just wanted to put them in jail or kick him out of school. Okay. They just didn't know what to do. Basically, you need to hair analysis. The only way you can confirm this deficiency is here knows who's an in the study of the twenty seven counties. They did a hair analysis unlike tens of thousands of people, and they found that the they had the highest suicide rates drug addictions murders. School shootings domestic violence all kind of stuff in the counties that had little. Or none of this nutrient naturally in the water. The counties naturally had the nutrient in the water has zero of those types of issues zero zero. Wow. Are we talking about lithium selenium and all that? What? Yes, we are. Of course, and, of course as one of the beautiful things about the helter and heart. Pack has the lithium in it are playing minerals. We have the plane members one of our original products liquid. We have capsules we have the strawberry, Kiwi minerals, which flavored one for kids. We have the cherry men's and this has lithium and is one of the seventy eight minerals. That's in this product. Nice guy if you lined up, like ten people all various ages. What percent of them do you think would have some kind of ailment of some type? Okay. Well, it depends on where they're from because nutritional minerals, you're not a current uniform blank around the coast of yours George and so you get a place for instance like Allred around the Canadian border, Montana has a lot of minerals in the soil there. Okay. So they don't have many the types of these is that they have down in the mid south, and the Gulf states and eastern seaboard has none of these minerals. They have ten times that you get disposition or try to heart attacks diabetes. Behavioral problems early death joint injuries. All this kind of stuff, and we have these maps that show by the density of colors in the various states in counties, where these issues are in the always are associated with no minerals in fried foods. That's amazing. You truly. Yes. Yes. And so we eliminate these things we can eliminate sudden dishes, like this young gal twenty two years old. She just dropped dead a week ago. You know there's a Rite Aid forty second annual marathon. She's a long distance runner. She dropped dead from the sudden heart attack. I've done one thousand seven hundred autopsies on kids died of that one, and it seemed to be perfectly healthy. Oh, yeah. No, they are perfectly healthy. And then he just dropped dead. And one of those things it's totally preventable. What you gotta do those here. Now says you cannot tell by any other physical teeth in other words, and he. Cagy won't tell you your heart will be perfectly normal until three seconds after you're dead because it's about chemical thing. It's not a mechanical thing in the heart. So the, the EKG can't detect it, and so on. So the only way you can detect these things is the hair nails, and we will be able to eliminate all the school shootings is not the weapons. It's deficiency. These nutrients in the study in these twenty seven Texas counties, is the most beautiful thing. Okay. And so we, we know what to do, and every legislature of every state should insist that anybody is going to a psychiatrist psychologist needs to have a here. No says, anybody who makes a lot of sense. Yes. Should be. These saying are doing a here knows it's everybody who goes into the military, you know, so I don't get PTSD should have here knows everybody who does hard physical work should have a hair Nilis's every year. And we will.

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"hey doc" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:00 min | 3 years ago

"hey doc" Discussed on KTOK

"Hey doc, welcome back. Thank you so much yard. It's always good to be with you and appreciated the birthday party. You know, that was fun. I, I had a great time up. There was great the years, you're clicking by doc. We got a slow down. Can we do it with supplementation? Oh, absolutely. The, the guy. By in England, who is kind of the expert on longevity says people living today, many will live to be thousand years of age. Okay. Debris is guy's name and he you know, sent many, many years in seven things we are in charge of, and we deal with these things appropriately. There will be many, many people who are alive today will be alive thousand years from now, and so social security will love to hear that, right. I love that. Yeah. Emails flowing in, like crazy. Tom's getting texting tweets we'll take calls pretty soon a next hour as well. Okay. But I did get a heart warming Email in from someone who wanted to just thank you for the advice. You've been giving us over the years. And then she wrote that her sister is suffering from glaucoma. What can she do about that? Okay, we'll go home. Of course, where you have pressure in the eye and what you want to do is think of this is almost like vascular thing. And they got to get rid of the bad stuff that causes inflammation, which causes plugging into little blood vessels in the eye so that the circulation is improper. And so also, you want to make sure the skull is. Okay. So there's no pressure on the optic nerve. When you have osteoperosis of the skull pressure on the optic nerve and optic nerve answer. V O, N A, and you can get glaucoma and gradual loss of vision that pressure, shutting off the blood flow into the eye. And so you gotta look in those things. And so, I like to get people off all the bad foods, you get really inflammation. No fried foods no process meats, no oils. Gluten those sugars then I like to throw in one healthy brain and heart PAKs per hundred pounds of body weight to support. It's our biggest hammer in the toolbox. Sports, the Mainzer pair of all tissues. Body has equipment to do it just needs some raw materials to make it happen. So she healthy brain and heart pack. And then specifically for the I, we have the occupied tube comes in bottles of thirty capsules need, again, one bottle per hundred pounds of body weight is one capsule per one hundred hundred ninety eight and then you want to make sure that the skull is in good shape. There's no pro Cisco. So I like to throw in the I'm tree three of those capsules twice a hundred pounds of body weight. You throw in the MSM three of those twice at eight hundred pounds of body weight is one big balls and your body's able to do some great things for the I in the brain and skull. So what is when, when one turns their neck, you hear a crack what's, what's going on there? Well, you can have your Jenner disc is eating bones burning process of the vertebrae lot of stuff going on. Because all your bones are susceptible to. To osteoporosis arthritis bone Spurs. And of course, those were chiropractors come in. They do a great job in making those kinds of diagnoses and, and adjusting things and taking the pressure off. And, and course we have we called the healthy bone and joint pack. It gives the body when it needs to support maintenance repair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue disc, between vertebrae bone makes phone cell and also has a topical pain relief, call Sam cream, and you ply that to your neck, and it will for a couple of hours of relieves, the comfort in the swelling in the inflammation, that popping and cracking and you can apply it several times a day and after a month or so your body has been able to repair itself using these raw materials and say, don't need even add, the topical pain relief anymore, as people age doc, are their bones. Do they get more brittle only if your nutritionally deficient? Osteoporosis and arthritis and things that are socially with aging have nothing to do with aging. It has to do with nutritional deficiencies and babies can be born with brittle bones. Pros now proceed to the skull, and bone. Spurs certainly, we see a lot of this in preteens and teenagers who are athletes, and they sweat a lot, and they don't supplement properly, and they went out whatever nutrients, maybe in their food, and they really wind up with terrible joint tendon ligament, connective tissue muscle problems. Even in a very, very young age because it's not an age thing. And so we do have to do preventive maintenance, just like a car. You put oil in the car before the engine burns up. He didn't have a bad habit of. Well, I'm just eating. Well, I'm not gonna take any of those vitamins minerals, and then they break down, then I better do something. It's better to take the ninety cents a nutrients, and that's why we have these is sort of like the oil in the car kind of thing, the healthy bone, and joint pack for people who do a lot of physical work or they workout in the gym, or they play on the company softball team that kind of thing are there on a team in school. They need to take these tax as a preemptive, preventive maintenance, and they'll be very, very happy. They did Dr story we had before you came on, as I was talking with Dr Peter Bragan, he's a psychiatrist who joins us quite often. But the generation Z folks, the young kids, fifteen to twenty four are committing suicide in record numbers. Is there in your in your mind is there a deficiency of anything in addition to their emotional distress? Absolutely. In fact, that was my monologue say my radio programs in the day, as or other say, program is kind of interesting that, that came up in my book, rare incursion campus four or five and six capture sixes to civics, the title, and champion six is, let's see here. The bad seeds. That's you remember that movie, the bad seeds? The little girl, okay? Any rate, we have right now we have under the age of six we have over one million kids who are on psychotropic drugs as due to an efficiency. There was a great study, that was done in the nineteen seventy s to the nineteen eighties on twenty seven counties in Texas, and they found that these kids, I mean, we're talking kids under the age of ten okay for committing suicide that can can violence. Many of these guys who commit school shootings when they're nineteen years old were violent and, and talking about committing suicide and school shootings. When they were like ten twelve years old, nine years earlier and nobody nobody listened to them crying out. Well, they just wanted to put him in jail or kick him out of school. Okay. They just didn't know what to do. Basically, you need to hear analysis. The only way you can confirm this deficiency. Is here now. In the study of twenty seven counties. They did a hair nail asus. Unlike tens of thousands of people, and they found that the they had the highest suicide rates drug addictions murders. School shootings domestic violence. All this kind of stuff in the counties that had little or none of this nutrient naturally in the water, the county's at naturally had the nutrient in the water has zero of those types of issues, zero hero. Wow. Are we talking about lithium selenium and all that? Yes, we are. Of course. And of course, that's one of the beautiful things about the health debate and heart pack has the lithium in it are playing minerals. We have the plane members one of our original products liquid. We have capsules we have the strawberry Kiwi middle, which ones for kids, we have the cherry men's, and this has lithium, and it's one of the seventy eight minerals that's in this product. Nice guy if you lined up, like ten people all various ages. What percent of them do you think would have some kind of ailment of some type? Okay. Well, it depends on where they're from because nutritional minerals, you're not a current uniform blank around the coastal years, George, and so you get a place for instance like random around the Canadian border, Montana has a lot of minerals in the soil there. Okay. So they don't have many times eases that they have down in the mid south, and the Gulf states in the eastern seaboard, none of these minerals. They have Ken times, the general disc disease or try to send heart attacks diabetes. Behavioral problems early death joint injuries. All this kind of stuff, and we have these maps that show by the density of colors in the various states in counties, where these issues are in the always are associated with no minerals in fried foods. That's amazing. You truly is yes. And so we these things we can eliminate these sudden dishes, like this young gal twenty two years old. She just dropped dead a week ago. You know, a Rite Aid forty second annual marathon, she's a long distance runner. She dropped dead from this sudden heart attack. I've done one thousand seven hundred autopsies on kids that died of that one and they seem to be perfectly healthy. Oh, yeah. No. They are perfectly healthy. Just drop dead. And one of those things it's totally preventable, but you gotta do those here. Now says you cannot tell by any other physical. He's in other words, an EKG won't tell you, your heart will be perfectly normal until three seconds after you're dead because it's about chemical saying it's not a mechanical thing in the heart. So the, the KGB's can't detect it, and so on. So the only way you can detect these things is the hair nails, and we will be able to eliminate all the school shootings is not the weapons. It's a deficiency. These nutrients in study in these twenty-seven, Texas counties is the most beautiful thing. Okay. And so we know what to do, and every legislature of every state should insist that anybody that's going to a psychiatrist psychologist needs to have a here knows anybody who makes a lot of sense. Yes, should be these saying they're doing a here knows everybody who goes into the military. You know, so don't get PTSD should have a here knows it's everybody who does hard physical work should have a hair analysis every year. And.

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07:18 min | 3 years ago

"hey doc" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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10:43 min | 3 years ago

"hey doc" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And we're glad you're with us in this installment. We're going to further a discussion that you may have heard previous to this. And it has to do with a young man who was sailing around the world kept in east of on co par of of a sailing endeavor called the Golden Globe race who is right now as we speak still making his way around planet earth. Dr Douglas Howard, of course, is back with us. He. Is always with us balanceofnature radio and Dr Howard. We this is this is one of the most exciting things that you get to see every day in terms of people contacting you and saying, hey, I've been on balance of nature, but I do this for a living, and it has really helped me because I got this going right now where I didn't have it before cetera et cetera. But you don't every day have somebody that says, hey, doc. I'm going nine months around the world. Yeah. And I need twenty cases to make sure that I survived the not months at sea. Well, what impressed when I started this divorce? What impressed us though was that? I really like what is this? Then we didn't we didn't respond quickly. And so then he ordered on his own wing. Hey, then we called him up. And this man is this man's amazing. He is fabulous. And we said, you know, what we can get behind you on this. And and like, I said he loves us. He calls it when he got it. He said we delivered to him here in New York because he had to go from he had to go from here to England. So he's he's crossed the ready to to start this above everybody else. But anyways, he said this is my secret weapon. Yes. Okay. On the line with us is in grumpy who is the head of sailing for the east of on Khobar sailing team. Ian, welcome to balance of nature radio. Kevin McCullough's my name. And that was Dr Douglas, our that you just heard from all thank you. Kevin and good good to be with you again. Dr howard. Thank you all for the opportunity. It's great to be with you. Great. What difference does balance of nature make for your sailing candidate right now? Well, so, you know, each one of the little little quick background. The Golden Globe race was first run in nineteen sixty eight and an Australian had the idea of running this race again on the fiftieth anniversary of the original race. There were several books written about the first race nineteen sixty eight technology was pretty primitive and these guys were really building their own boats and going to do something that they weren't sure they would survive, and they weren't sure whether it could even be done even today. More people have been to the international space station, then have failed by themselves around the world. So the great thing about this fiftieth anniversary running of this race that this gentleman. Don McIntyre ad was to keep the rules of the race such that no technology would be allowed on board that was not available in nineteen sixty eight. So they're out there. Navigating Celeste, Julie. By the stars. I'm getting around. They have no GPS, no chart plotter. No radar. The first question everyone asks is of course, that they think that's crazy which it is. But in an emergency situation, they do have all the modern technology in a sealed emergency bag so that we could be as safe as possible out there. But you know, each Ron and all the other competitors in the first race. I think there were nine boats that started and only one that finished in this race. There were eighteen boats that started on July first from lozad Boulogne, France. And now there are five remaining still in the race. And so each of these competitors has had to stock their boat with all the food and supplies. They need for the entire race because it is nonstop around the world by themselves with no outside assistance permitted. So they can't just pull into a place when their stores are getting low while they are fishing for fresh fish and bringing as much food as they can bring so there, so. You know in preparation for the race. There were several ways to tackle that issue. Some you know, the teams with limitless budget or able to handle the problem a little differently, but one common denominator is that. You know with the freeze dried food, you need a lot of all fresh water to make that food and water makers are are not permitted in the race. So they're catching rainwater when it lanes, and obviously that's not a very reliable thing. And so meeting whatever it is about a leader two liters of water per day to prepare for this food is really not practical. So balance of nature was a key element of our whole ability to do the race east fun is able to get all the nutrients and vitamins that he needs thanks to the balance of nature and the east fun in prior to the race. When when we were able to secure balancing nature as our key sponsor. We all knew this was as -sponse set our secret weapons. It's not something that the other competitor seem to really caught onto east. Ron's been internally very healthy in this race. And so that's no doubt. I want to pause you there for a second because I want Dr Howard to explain that for people that are listening for the first time, Dr Howard, a balance of nature radio east fun is getting concentrated maximized nutrient and chemistry activity in his body. Because why because okay when you take three fruit capsules and three vegetable capsules a day, it's a variety of thirty one different fruits and vegetables. And it's all there all the chemistry is like eating. It's like eating fruit. It's ninety nine point nine percent of the whole of the fresh fruit and vegetable value, and so you get there's hundreds of thousands of chemicals in in real food, not sixteen chemicals, you know, made in a test tube for vitamin and so he's getting all of that. And so these calories that he takes in don't have that generally because he he's eating calorie concentrated foods. And then this gives him the chemistry to make that work proper. I have a question really quick and. I don't know if anybody has any information rather are what's the health of the other sailors that are coming up? They had infections colds flus. I don't know. What's happened this with them? Well, that's fine. Vowed I'll jump in on that one. So the competitor as one of the safety requirements of the race. They have a satellite phone, and they have to once a week radio into race control using the satellite phone, and that is to make sure the batteries are working make sure that if there's an emergency the phone is readily available and working properly, but it also allows us a window into their world. And we get some updates as to how they're doing. Most of the race is really survival sailing. They're out there in sometimes fifty foot plus waves seventy five not wins for a period of days at a time that's burning tons of calories. And basically what they're doing is sleeping for about twenty minutes every hour because they have to constantly adjust the sales or look for other traffic tankers and whatnot. And so there have been some health issues. People have been depleted seemingly not able to come back. There was one competitor. Who? Who was forced to stop due to health issues, and he had to fight back to his country that was the Russian insurance funnily enough he's not actually out of the race. They have what's called the chief Chester class. So he's out of contention for any metals, and but they would allow him to sort of ceremoniously finish the race. If he were able to regain his health and get back out there. That's good. But, you know, the health issues are very real being that far away from shore for such an extended period, really everything that can possibly be done to stay healthy is just paramount importance. That's so incredible. And Dr Howard is you're describing the the working of the of the balance of nature with the calories that he's taking an otherwise this this will allow his body to continue to function and operate and help fight disease and do all that stuff. Even though he's in this really, isolated minimalized environment where he's not he doesn't have accessing thing not long ago was speaking with you and MRs Howard, and she was reminding me that when you when you guys do seminars, and you break out the all the vegetables that are in the thirty one fruits and veggies capsules the they'd covers an entire table full of food. And that's what it will be required of him to get that nutrition into his body every day if he was to do it with with regular food. This is really a lifesaver for literally. Well, what people don't think about is is when we get under stress. This is physical stress mental stress. It doesn't matter what kind of stress when we get under stress are. Body burns more nutrition. We burns uses more nutrition it uses it up as it burns other fuel because that's still an energy use. And so I can't imagine the stress they're under when I I hear about boats. Going bowed a stern and rolling. And I'm just like I can't imagine the stress they're under every single day sleeping, twenty minutes out of an hour, and the beauty of it is is he can take more. He can take extra because because he's under this stress, and we you know, we supplied them with enough to really really take extra. So that he could boost that up so he's immune system, which also requires energy is then not knocked down. So he's not sick. Yeah. Listen, Ian, win Estevan completes his journey. And we're going to be praying that he does very well. In fact, I hope that he metals he's closing in on the third place competitor we heard about behind. So we're all pulling foreign people wanna follow it. They can go to balance of nature dot com. Backslash the race. I think also there will be a little flag on the homepage at balance of nature dot com that you can click through and get the whole story and to all social media and just see everything all the film clips and everything that they have. But when when he does finish in please get him back with us on the radio. So that we can have him tell his story firsthand because that will be an amazing thing. He would love to do that real quickly friend. We're almost out of time. I just need to tell you if you would like to get the same nutrition, that's powering literally captain east of on Koper through his Golden Globe race performance. You can have those same thirty-one fruits and veggies in your system all that chemistry fighting for your health every single day. And I bet you don't have nearly a stressful job today is Easter.

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"hey doc" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:44 min | 3 years ago

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"And we're glad you're with us in this installment. We're gonna further discussion that you may have heard previous to this. And it has to do with a young man who is sailing around the world, captain east of on Khobar of of a sailing endeavor called the Golden Globe race who is right now as we speak still making his way around planet earth. Dr Douglas Howard, of course, is back with us. He is always with us balance of nature radio. And Dr Howard. We this is this is one of the most exciting. Things that you get to see every day in terms of people contacting you and saying, hey, I've been on balance of nature, but I do this for a living, and it has really helped me because I got this going right now where I didn't have it before cetera et cetera. But you don't every day have somebody that says, hey, doc. I'm going nine months around the world. Yeah. And I need twenty cases to make sure that I survived the nine months. It see what impressed when I started. This before is what impressed us though, is that I really like what is this? And we didn't we didn't respond quickly. And so then he ordered on his own wing went. Hey, but then we called him up. And this man is this man's amazing. He is fabulous. And we said, you know, what we can get behind you on this. And and like I said he loves his he calls it when he got it. He said we delivered to him here in New York because he had to go from he had to go from here to England. So he's he's crossed the ready to to start this above everybody else. But anyways, he said this is my secret weapon. Yes. Okay. On the line. With us is Ingram packed who is the the head of sailing for the east of on Khobar sailing team. Ian, welcome to balanceofnature radio. Kevin McCullough's my name. And that was Dr Douglas, our that you just heard from all thank you Kevin and could good to be with you again. Dr howard. Thank you. Offer the opportunity it's great to be with you. Greg. What difference does balance of nature make for your sailing candidate right now? Well, so east fun of the little little quick background. The Golden Globe race was first run in nineteen sixty eight and an Australian had the idea of running this race again on the fiftieth anniversary of the original race. There were several books written about the first race nineteen sixty eight technology was pretty primitive tying these guys were really building their own boats and going to do something that they weren't sure they would survive, and they weren't sure whether it could even be done even today. More people have been to the international space station, then have failed by themselves around the world. So the great thing about this fiftieth anniversary running of this race that this gentleman. Don McIntyre ad was to keep the rules of the race such that no technology would be allowed on board. That was not available in nineteen sixty eight. So they're out there navigating celestial early by the stars. I'm getting around they have no GPS, no chart plotter. No radar. The first question everyone asks is of course, they think that's crazy which it is. But in an emergency situation, they do have all the modern technology in a sealed emergency bag so that we could be as safe as possible out there, but you know, each one and all the other competitors in first race. I think there were nine boats that started and only one that finished in this race. There were eighteen boats that started on July first from lozad Boulogne, France. And now there are five remaining still in the race. And so each of these competitors has had to stock their boats with all the food and supplies. They need for the entire race because it is nonstop around the world by themselves with no outside assistance permitted. So they can't just pull into a place when their stores are getting low they're fishing for fresh fish and bringing as much food as they can bring. So there's so you know in prepa. For the race. There were several ways to tackle that issue. Some you know, the teams with limitless budget or able to handle the problem little differently. But one common denominator is that. You know with the freeze dried food, you need a lot of fresh water to make that food and water makers are are not permitted in the race. So they're catching rainwater you when it rains, and obviously that's not a very reliable thing. And so meeting whatever it is about a leader two liters of water per day to prepare for this food is really not practical. So balance of nature was a key element of our whole ability to do the race. You know, east fun is able to get all the nutrients and vitamins that he needs thanks to the balance of nature and the east fun meeting prior to the race when when we were able to secure balancing nature as our key sponsor, we all. Knew this was as east set our secret weapons. It's not something that the other competitor seem to have really caught onto -sponse been internally very healthy in this race. And so that's no doubt. I want to pause you there for a second because I want Dr Howard to explain that for people that are listening for the first time, Dr Howard, a balance of nature radio east fine is getting concentrated maximized nutrient and chemistry activity in his body. Because why because he okay when you take three fruit capsules in three vegetable capsules a day, it's a variety of thirty one different fruits and vegetables. And it's all there all the chemistry is like eating is like eating fruit. It's ninety nine point nine percent of the whole of the fresh fruit and vegetable value, and so you get there's hundreds of thousands of chemicals in in real food, not sixteen chemicals, you know, made in a test tube for a vitamin and so he's getting all of that. And so the calories that he takes in don't have that generally because he's he's eating calorie concentrated foods. And then this gives him the chemistry to make that work proper. I have a question really quick is. And I don't know if anybody has any information or other are what's the health of the other sailors that are coming of they had infections colds flus. I don't know. What's happened this with them? Well, that's fine. Vowed I'll jump in on that one. So the competitor as one of the safety requirements of the race. They have a satellite phone, and they have to once a week radio into rates control using the satellite phone, and that is to make sure the batteries are working make sure that if there was an emergency the phone is readily available and working properly, but it also allows us a window into their world. And we get some up dates as to how they're doing. Most of the race is really survival sailing. They're out there in sometimes fifty foot plus waves seventy five not wins for a period of days at a time that's burning tons of calories. And basically what they're doing is sleeping for about twenty minutes every hour because they have to constantly adjust the sales or look for other traffic tankers and whatnot. And so there have been some health issues. People have been depleted seemingly not able to come back. There was one competitor. Who? I was forced to stop due to health issues, and he had to fight back to his country that was the Russian entrant funnily enough he's not actually out of the race. They have what's called the Chester class. So he's out of contention for any medals, and but they would allow him to sort of ceremoniously finish the race. If you were able to regain his health and get back out there. That's good. But, you know, the health issues are very real being that far away from shore for such an extended period, really everything that can possibly be done to stay healthy is just a paramount importance. That's so incredible. And Dr Howard is you're describing the the working of the of the balance of nature with the calories that he's taking in otherwise this this will allow his body to continue to function and operate and help fight disease and do all that stuff. Even though he's in this really isolated minimalized environment where he's not he doesn't have access anything else. I not long ago. I was speaking with you and MRs Howard, and she was reminding me that when you when you guys do seminars, and you break out all the vegetables that are in the thirty one fruits veggie capsules it covers an entire table full of food. And that's what it would be required of him to get that nutrition into his body every day if he was to do it with with regular food. This is really a lifesaver for him literally. Well, people don't think about is is when we get under stress, physical stress, mental stress. It doesn't matter what kind of stress and we get under stress. Our body burns more nutrition. We burns uses more nutrition. It uses it up as burns other fuel because that's Dylan energy use. And so I can't imagine the stress they're under. I hear about boats going bow to stern and rolling. And I'm just like I can't imagine the stress they're under every single day sleeping, twenty minutes out of an hour, and the beauty of it is is he can take more. He can take extra because because he's under this stress, and we you know, we supplied them with enough to really really take extra. So that he could boost that up so his immune system, which also requires energy is then not knocked down. So he's not sick. Yeah. Listen in win is divine completes his journey. And we're going to be praying that he does very well. In fact, I hope that he meddles he's closing in on third place competitor. But we heard about behind, so we're we're all pulling foreign people wanna follow it. They can go to balance of nature dot com. Backslash the race. I think also there will be a little flag on the homepage at balance of nature dot com that you can click through and get the whole story connect to all the social media and just see everything all the film clips and everything that they have. But when when he does finish in please get him back with us on the radio. So that we can have him tell his story firsthand because that will be an amazing thing. He would love to do that real quickly friend. We're almost out of time. I just need to tell you if you would like to get the same nutrition, that's powering literally captain east of Cooper through his Golden Globe race performance. You can have those same thirty-one fruits and veggies in your system all that chemistry fighting for your health every single day. And I bet you don't have nearly. A stressful job today is Easter fun does..

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