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Fresh update on "hyman" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

01:24 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hyman" discussed on All Things Considered

"If 5 39 on this Friday afternoon this is it It's all things considered on 90.1 W ABE I'm Jim beris alongside ayesha Hyman And we are in the final moments of the fall membership campaign and that means it is essential that we hear from you because we do have hourly goals and every hour this afternoon we met that goal So thank you to everyone who has pledged and made a contribution for the programming that they depend on Like all things considered But we only have a few more moments really when you think about it Have we heard from you we need to 6 7 8 5 5 three 90 90 Dot org slash donate Maybe it says a sustainer at $10 a month Maybe it's a one time gift of a 150 Whatever it is you choose that we just ask that you choose to make that contribution right now This is it We are getting down to the wire in our very last day of the fall member drive and it really does take all of us doing our part if we can afford to give please do give right now we have 32 to go Jim 32 calls and contributions to go You can get in on this drawing for the V two Edison electric bike is valued at about $2400 Wouldn't that be a great prize 6 7 8 5 5 three 99 is a number to call to make your contribution consider a gift at the most popular level $10 a month is a.

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Fresh "Hyman" from All Things Considered

All Things Considered

01:35 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh "Hyman" from All Things Considered

"And at 5 24 it's all things considered on members supported 90.1 W a B E good afternoon I'm Jim burris and you've caught us on our final day of the membership campaign this fall And what does that mean Well we know that you've been meaning to make a donation during this drive You just maybe haven't gotten around to it Well now is the perfect time the last minute to get that in It just takes a few moments when you go to W ABE dot org slash donate to make that contribution or dial 6 7 8 5 5 three 90 90 and your donation powers well beyond this final day of the drive Again I'm Jim beris and I'm joined by Aisha Hyman She's our vice president of business development Hi ayesha Hey Jim and I'm speaking to you listening who you've been hearing the member drive this week and you've been thinking you know what I'll get around to it I promise I'll do it You've been saying that to yourself well now is your time because this member drive is wrapping up really soon We only have we're down to less than an hour minutes left really in the fall member drive and so your contribution right now is so very critical We're looking for we started with a goal for this hour of 52 Now we've made some progress Now we need 34 contributions to help us hit this benchmark for this hour 6 7 8 5 5 three 90 is the number to call You've got your mobile phone in your hand open it up swipe to the right 6 7 8 5 5 three 90 90 dial it in make your contribution or you can go to our.

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Fresh update on "hyman" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

01:23 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "hyman" discussed on All Things Considered

"I'm joined this afternoon by Aisha Hyman She's our vice president of business development And Aisha I'm glad it's the end of the drive we all are right But kind of sad that Monday you won't be here Well you can always have me back Jim you just have to tell management that you want me back Management I want Alicia back Okay okay I'll come back But for right now I have a really important update for us We made our goal for the three o'clock hour Yay We made our goal And that means we have a new goal for this hour and we are going to keep this positive momentum going with this new goal We need to bring in 37 contributions 37 calls or visits to our website and complete the process and when you do you have a really special opportunity to win a cool treat an Edison electric bike is valued at about $2400 So a really great prize if you're the lucky winner but it does take your contribution right now help us get to our goal of reaching this benchmark we are looking for you to make that contribution in 36 more at 6 7 8 5 5 three 9 90 and you can make your contribution on our website at W ABE dot org slash donate your participant participation really matters especially now because we are in the final the very last day of our fall member drive We've got to meet these critical benchmarks These hourly benchmarks.

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"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

03:55 min | Last month

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Mark. Good again So we'll just go ahead and jump right in. And it's all about varicose veins. I think there are so many of us that experienced us in so the big question is what causes them but even bigger what we do what. We do about varicose veins. Well that's a tough one. somewhat bear virgos band essentially. It's when too much pressure builds up in your veins and they walls kinda separate now in your vein if say the bane is going this way upright down isabel. It's like this so with one way. Valves when the blood comes from the bottom from your legs let's say goes up. The valves open the blood goes up and then the valves close little bells prevent the backflow of blood to the blend doesn't go back down. What happens is because of a very insults which discuss the valves becoming competent. I mean they don't work so vows are open the blood just kinda pools down and you get an increase large inning of the main. So it's it's a vicious cycle. What happens is a lot of reasons. Why the veins can become incompetent. And the pooling of blood can happen but they can be nutritional factors in just a quad. Your diet the lack of fighter nutrients and call bioflavonoids. Things like spirit in rooting. Course attend these are important. Plant compounds that keep the veins really healthy in elastic and vibrant. The also is mechanical reasons. Or if you're pregnant now often have the compression of your beans in your abdomen which prevent marshals going. Yeah i got that new kids and compresses you get pooling of the blood and that can be a problem. If you're very overweight if you have a lot of obesity a lot of that fat will press on the veins in prevent the blood from coming back up and push back pressure on their it can also be. Hemorrhoids are actually varicose veins of your. But so if you're constipated and sitting on your butt all the time that can be a factor there are there other reasons things like heart. Failure that can lead to vericose fans with his back pressure from the liber live. The rights had heart failure to get liver. Failure get varicose veins liver failure. There's there's Lung lung issues. That have to do with smoking and end stage emphysema corporate manelli. And i can tell you as a doctor in the operating room many times when you're operating and people who have poor diets who are unhealthy or overweight. Their tissues are just not healthy. And you try to sell them up and they rip. They're not strong and solid and you can see this and that happens not just on the outside of your skin in poor-quality skin it's happening on the inside. And so i think there's a level of of our poor inflammatory diet that drives these Weakening of beans and the way the quality of veins the being the last issue in tissue. There's a lot of things you can do to help. You can take bioflavonoids. You can make sure omega three fats. That are important for vascular into theam. You can make make sure you take lots of spices and everything like her human. They can be really helpful for for helping inflammation and and being elasticity. Those are all really helpful. It's really important if you do have them to get the treaty because they can get worse and unfortunately you know naturally often Work to to actually reverse them. You might need to do do radiofrequency ablation where they'll go in with a little catheter to the van they'll budget and it will close the vein and you have thousands of Did all there's like basically side roads. That goes i can say you're closing the main highway. But there's like all these tributaries that will allow you to return the blood so that can be really effective Vein stripping is an old technique days to do but sometimes you need to see see a vascular surgeon to get a dour but it's better to prevent them than to get him well. I hope you enjoy that..

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"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

07:52 min | Last month

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"By d'arcy grows high darcy one of the producers of the longevity. I'm jacky series and we are here with of course dr mark hyman. Hello dr hyman. How are you good and so. We're so excited. We've collected all of your questions this month. We're here to ask mark anything so let's get started. Most almost she'll be asked. Almost any caveat is He don't ask for medical advice but general information about topics that you guys are all interested in. We've collected those questions and we're here to ask so let's get started with the first question So this one is actually about parkinson's and we had a community member that wants to know. What's the functional medicine. Approach to parkinson's. How would you talk to your practitioner. Phthalic what's what would function as dr do with that you so much for asking that question This this literally could take the entire hour so it's going to be a little bit longer. Answer questions will be as long but parkinson's is one of the few conditions that conventional medicine recognizes as linked to toxins. So if you look at the scientific literature surpassing about is it. It's it's often linked to environmental chemicals to pesticides heavy metals to plastics to all sorts of compounds. Smelting leatherwork tanneries. And so you see. People who are industrial workers have higher levels fact. The the number one group at risk for parkinson's is farmers. Because why because they're all exposed the pesticides herbicides and chemicals from the farming. Add add. a patient wants who is fifty years old. That early onset parkinson's and she grew up in the bronx. She lived very poor in one minute apart with family. And she cockroaches and rats crawling all over all the time of the kid. She's not snack and and she was so afraid of pass and when she moved to the suburbs long island she decided she was going to get a chemicals and spray her house and she sprayed indoor and outdoor every month every week or some ridiculously large amount and in her in her garage was giant like barrel oil barrels full of chlordane which had been banned. Because it's so toxic. Which insecticide and she got early onset. Parkinson's i've seen patients with metals mercury in their mouth have heavy metal feelings. As a 'cause i've seen people the high levels of mercury in their body for meeting fish as a 'cause i've seen so many stories of who were exposed to chemicals and and in occupational way through their hobbies through just being in a polluted world that have really come out with parkinson's in the literature here is unequivocal thing. That's interesting is that you know it's really it's it's really not so much. Genetic i mean there are genetic components but when they look identical twin pairs they found no correlation between identical twins in parkinson's so it had to do with more environment. He also the other thing about it is really fascinating disease from function as perspective because it Demise is all the things that can go wrong. That are at the root cause of disease. So what happens is is at the end of the day. Parkinson's is in energy deficit in the brain and the motors entered the brain. So the brain is responsible for your motor functions. And so it parkinson's you're gonna slowing of motor functions of trouble getting in trouble walking couple tremors and controlling your motor function and that often is because of the damage is caused to the basil gangway. Airing your brain and this is in it can be caused by toxic. But then what happens is there's oxidative stress. There is inflammation there is damage to the mighty contract So at the end of the day it's a medic hydro physiques basements really fascinating research looking at. How might a hydrotherapy therapies. Like your ten in parkinson's and they've been quite effective so the good news about parkinson's from functional medicine perspective is that there's so much that can be done diagnostically figure out the cause and therapeutically to deal with the effects of these toxins and inflammation in the brain. We know how to deal with inflammation. We know how to boost energy. We know how to deal oxidative stress. What's also interesting is. There's a lot of gut components is a lot of components related to im- bounces in the gut. Flora if you're constipated for example your four hundred times more likely sorry. I forty percent more likely to get parkinson's disease. That's a fourfold increase in because these toxins from your gut and the poop are getting absorbed so you end up having pretty significant exposures to compounds at dr inflammation that harmonica andrea and so on so. I'm always very excited. When i see these patients because i begin to dig into a work i look for pesticides. Look for falaise Look for every chemical in their environment. In what what. Obey exposed to from their diet from household cleaning products. Skin care products under water from their air from their mattresses pretty much everywhere so the job of functional medicine doctrine parkinson's to be a medical detective and then to optimize the systems. That are malfunctioning. In so i look at load. So i look for heavy metals. I look for pesticide ella. Catholics i look for. Pcb's i looked for parabens. I look for you know herbicides and gliders look for all of it and i often surprised by what i found in often clued into people's habits environment ways that they might not have for example. One woman she loved you know drained from her crystal glasses in head crystal like vases and every day with every day where a special occasion and crystal is full of lead and so she was bled poisoned and that was causing problems. So everybody's a little different. And so i look at toxic levels. Also look at the stool. Really important look guy was going. Inflammation is bouncing flora. What's happening. I look at my to conjure. Function look at oxidative stress elegant summation but it also may be other factors that are driving inflammation for example. I've had patients who've had infectious causes. Like lyme disease are that can contribute to a neurologic effects so it really need to take a broad look at allergens toxins microbes in how they work with us. Plus our diet and come up with a A map of where these Problems are for everybody. They're different not everybody with parkinson's has the same disease right. this is. This is a fundamental ten punch medicine. Because you know the name of the disease does not mean what's wrong with you. It just means you know the label for the symptoms so someone who is slow to get up has. A tremor has cog cog-wheel motion in their arm. When you when you move into the medical exam they call that parkinson's they will. I know you're while you're having this symptom show parkinson's no that's just the name of the disease. That's not the cause of the symptoms right so punctual medicines about getting to the root cause. And it's a really good at that. And then you have to really dig in clean up all that mess if you give her the talks in their life. You've got detoxify them. Metals you got up regulate other pathways again. Get their system going constipated in pooping. But then but then you really have a chance to improve the function of the mitochondria which is using mitochondrial support and this is a huge area. Functioned medicines one of the key pillars in the seven systems in the body that about the energy system. So you take food and you take air you breathe in food that you eat and you burn it and these little energy factories powerhouses called mitochondria. And they are they're producing..

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Dr. Cindy Geyer Explains Seasonal Allergies

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:40 min | Last month

Dr. Cindy Geyer Explains Seasonal Allergies

"Welcome cindy get to be here is always so tell tell us. What is this problem with allergies. We're having this country. How prevalent is it. What are the symptoms of most people get a white causes it and and how does traditional medicine typically deal with this problem will allergies have been around for a long time so it's not a new problem it's when your immune system makes antibodies usually called aegean antibodies to something that you're breathing enter exposed to the environment like a dust allergy or a pollen allergy grass allergy and. When that happens these mast cells. That contain histamine dumped. Histamine calls all symptoms that we recognize as allergy symptoms congestion. Sneezing itchy nose. Itchy eyes watery eyes sometimes using tightness in the chest stick it can contribute to asthma and one of the things that sort of gets overlooked is just how exhausted people who have acted allergies concealing relate Just loma Fatigue so those are the classic symptoms. Even though it's not new the prevalence is unfortunately increasing There were people nowadays with allergies actual allergies than there were fifty years ago hundred years ago and we can talk about some of the reasons why that happens in typically. We're going to treat it or in traditional medicine retreat with identifying the allergen trying to remove it treating the symptoms with antihistamines may nasal. Steroids may be an inhaler for your lungs or trying. Desensitization shots were draws to try to down regulate that response and and what we see often is is for this resignation. That oh i've got allergies is just i got anything i can do about it so like e or i had to take these nasal sprays and the truth is most of the allergy medicine. They're pretty benign but the steroids. The steroids are not and they're often used pretty aggressively. Flo nase and name names the next. His hailed steroids. That may reduce symptoms. But then 'cause osteoporosis. In 'cause you know other immune suppressing issues and now people really suffer from these problems and and the question why are we so overreactive to things. That are just part of our normal environment. I mean that's a question asking allergies something. Humans get well. Guess what not necessarily when you look at populations indigenous cultures and you look at even kids who grew up in american

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"hyman" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

02:00 min | 2 months ago

"hyman" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Bell and lynn decreed this was off of norman. Connors album hit album. You are my starship. And you know norman connors like i said he is a philly boy you know. He's jazz drummer from philadelphia. And on this album. Norman connors phyllis hyman and michael henderson. Who is bass player who has played with Many groups especially dramatics and this album reach number five on the us rb chart and number one on the jazz chart. You will always hear this song by. Phyllis hyman on the quiet storm. That's how i heard it especially. I did a show in two thousand and sixteen on the quiet storm. And how scott it's got its beginnings with vaughn harper and. This is one of the songs that was always played this version of betcha by golly. Wow this single itself was number twenty nine on the us. Rb chart and nineteen seventy six. And like i said. Phyllis hyman just put hope what like they said. Put her foot in that song. We celebrate miss. Phyllis hyman right here on a bowl of sola coming up. Next this song i heard done by the group odyssey. The group that did native new yorker. They did this song. Don't tell me tell her. While i didn't know that phyllis hyman did her version of it as well of of it as well and is beautiful right here on. A bullet soul. Don't tell me tell her it's over and you're listening to a bowl of so this is your man jay most in your listening to soul music at its best of bowl of soul mixed of soul music.

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"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:12 min | 2 months ago

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"What is metabolic health. And what is poor metabolic health because recently studied was published that showed that eighty eight percent of americans are in poor metabolic health. So how is it defined. What is that. Why should we care right. Yeah that study was fascinating. Unc two years ago. Eighty eight percent of american adults have at least one biomarker of metabolic dysfunction. Five percent of us were wait which means a lot of the skinny. People also rain metabolic health. -actly exactly and really my belief is that by optimizing our metabolic health and really stabilize stabilizing our blood sugar levels and keeping them stable and healthy throughout our lifetime. It is really the quickest way and the lowest hanging fruit way to achieve really almost any health goal. That you have whether it's to look good. Feel good have longevity to avoid chronic disease tab athletic performance have your brain functioning properly. It's it's really the the trunk of the tree of so many of these Pain points we're dealing with today. So so what is metabolism. Fundamentally metabolism is the way that we produce energy in the body so we have thirty trillion cells in the body and only for income back olympic. And i think it's really important to find this poor metabolic. It's it's it's there's really three biomarkers that are looked at right. It was blood sugar blood pressure and cholesterol right exactly. So eighty percent of americans have a problem one or more those and the cause of all of those poor metabolic. Health markers is blood. Sugar does regulation and insulin resistance. And so what happens is you know we. We have these thirty trillion cells and every single one trillions needs energy to function and we need to convert food to energy and energy form that we can use in ourselves namely atp for our cells to function and when that process isn't going properly the metabolism when that conversion is not working properly we don't produce energy properly and cells. And what happens. We you have energy you get solar function.

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What is Poor Metabolic Health With Dr. Casey Means

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:13 min | 2 months ago

What is Poor Metabolic Health With Dr. Casey Means

"What is metabolic health. And what is poor metabolic health because recently studied was published that showed that eighty eight percent of americans are in poor metabolic health. So how is it defined. What is that. Why should we care right. Yeah that study was fascinating. Unc two years ago. Eighty eight percent of american adults have at least one biomarker of metabolic dysfunction. Five percent of us were wait which means a lot of the skinny. People also rain metabolic health. -actly exactly and really my belief is that by optimizing our metabolic health and really stabilize stabilizing our blood sugar levels and keeping them stable and healthy throughout our lifetime. It is really the quickest way and the lowest hanging fruit way to achieve really almost any health goal. That you have whether it's to look good. Feel good have longevity to avoid chronic disease tab athletic performance have your brain functioning properly. It's it's really the the trunk of the tree of so many of these Pain points we're dealing with today. So so what is metabolism. Fundamentally metabolism is the way that we produce energy in the body so we have thirty trillion cells in the body and only for income back olympic. And i think it's really important to find this poor metabolic. It's it's it's there's really three biomarkers that are looked at right. It was blood sugar blood pressure and cholesterol right exactly. So eighty percent of americans have a problem one or more those and the cause of all of those poor metabolic. Health markers is blood. Sugar does regulation and insulin resistance. And so what happens is you know we. We have these thirty trillion cells and every single one trillions needs energy to function and we need to convert food to energy and energy form that we can use in ourselves namely atp for our cells to function and when that process isn't going properly the metabolism when that conversion is not working properly we don't produce energy properly and cells. And what happens. We you have energy you get solar function.

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"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

03:10 min | 3 months ago

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Hyman podcast forty and villain checkout. And i know you're gonna love these sheets as much as i do now. Let's get back to this episode of the doctors pharmacy. That is a very powerful concept in your work. That i think is is worth unpacking because most of us are so attached to our thinking in our thoughts and our belief so we don't have space between those Leafs our interpretation of those and we ended question is true important. Is it true. That's the first question right. It is really. Is it really true that she hates you or doesn't care about you. The say bad stuff about you. Mount harmful it's infinite son in brings us back to on sanity. Just just the question. Is it true the other four. The other three questions and turnarounds aren't even already been necessary. The person just sent in through. Is it true all of would meet. That question of a person got really still is true. You'd be shown how you react when you believe the thought what you said what you did how it felt and the answer would reveal itself. Yes or no when person when i ask myself. Is it true. She doesn't care about me. For example. i. I still in that and to find. There's only one syllable to answer the question. Is it true. it's either yes or no. And they're both equal because this put here with me. I'm only looking for my authentic answer. And so that may take a while. But i can't answer what other other people how the world would answer it like the whole world could say she doesn't care about you but i'm dealing with me. I've got to know she doesn't care about me. Is it true. And then you know it's it's a beautiful being marked because when these things are work through i can just. It's nothing to pick up the phone and say you know as we were standing on the corner and and you know. I had the thought that that you didn't care about me do you. And was i missing something. And that's not exactly great situation but anybody free. We can do our work and call and test. And if she says. I don't i didn't care about you and tells me why then there is something i can do about me that i was blind to. She opens me up too. So people grow me in the world. But we're too fearful even call and ask we just assume and then we we feel bad guilty and then we maybe eat the ice cream or take the drug or the pill or snap at at someone that we love completely..

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The Difference Between Taming and Treating your Mental Health

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:54 min | 3 months ago

The Difference Between Taming and Treating your Mental Health

"Is a mental health epidemic but one in six adults use psychiatric medications. One in four americans will go on to develop a mental illness at some point in their lifetime. And why is all this happening. What's the problem what's actually going on. We'll we're treating mental health from name. It blame it team at approach. So what is this name. Somebody comes in and they're diagnosed with anxiety the name it. Then you say okay. We're gonna blame this. On your biochemistry in imbalance serotonin or dopamine. Then we're going to tame it with medication anti-anxiety medication let's say benzodiazepine. And that's really what it's doing it's taming it. It's re reducing the signal that your body is giving because anxiety and depression are signals signals. That something is going wrong and these medications or quieting those signals. Sometimes we do need to tame these things and sometimes it's really important to team that you can actually get to the root of it Efficaciously if somebody's in a place where they can't handle the treatment than teaming at makes a lot of ads. What is the solution. Now how do we move out of this epidemic so our solution is to really switch our focus and have its paradigm shift around mental health. Mental health is established when a person is able to feel whole we have certain human requirements certain needs and these need to be met in order to feel whole when these needs of a human are not met when chronic illness rises. We'll talk about what i mean by these needs as we go on. We need to start to focus on wellness promotion versus joe symptom management so for just treating anxiety with an anti anxiety medication. And that's really symptom management. Were not getting to the root of why was this person anxious in the first

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Jackie Mason, Rabbi Turned Comedian, Dies Aged 93

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Jackie Mason, Rabbi Turned Comedian, Dies Aged 93

"How much some other bison Jackie Mason followed a path from rabbi to Bush Belt comedian. He died yesterday at the age of 93 taking a risk. He left his family's rabbinical tradition, writing jokes, performing in the Catskills and eventually Broadway. Jackie Mason's Jewish identity was a big part of his indignant comedic routine. His sharp observe Nations were usually at his own expense, And he was also known as the Voice of Krusty. The Clown's father, Rabbi Hyman crossed off ski on the Simpsons. No clowns, not a respected member of the communities to make people laugh. Mason's career was not without controversy. He had to apologize for using a racial Yiddish slur against black politician And was kicked off The Ed Sullivan show. After insulting the host Jackie Mason died yesterday in a hospital in Manhattan. You're listening to weekend edition from NPR

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Legendary Comedian Jackie Mason Dies at Age 93

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Legendary Comedian Jackie Mason Dies at Age 93

"Comedian Jackie Mason has died in New York City Hospital at the age of 93. He won two Emmy Awards, also a special Tony Award during his career. Here's one of those Emmy winning performances. Courtesy of Fox in The Simpsons. He was Rabbi Hyman Christoph Ski on The Simpsons. As the Taurus says, judgment belongs to God, It's our Astor says You can't eat ham and I'm the spokesman for him. Call him. This is why I only called you on Christmas and needs them. Wait, wait, wait, Please, Dan, Do you even think I'm funny? I'm not gonna lady so funnier before by Rudenstine. He puts the housing and credit and the liberty in the villages. Mason also had critically acclaimed roles in movies like The Jerk starring Steve

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Meat and Climate Change: What's the Beef With Beef?

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:09 min | 3 months ago

Meat and Climate Change: What's the Beef With Beef?

"So much conflicting information about me whether it's good or bad for us and whether it's good for health down planet in so tell us how how to get to be public enemy number one and be perceived as the most environmentally destructive and least healthy food that we're eating and how we got this wrong when it comes to this topic yeah. I really think that's true. I think it's kind of been you know it's been called the king of meats especially in the united states and i think part of that is because it was the most consumed meat in the us. For a long time you know for decades. It was the number one most consumed me. That's actually chicken now. But he has been placed but it was for a very long time meet. You know it was the number one me to there that aspect of it and then there's the fact that beef has always been the most expensive meat. And so you know. I mean maybe frog meat or something obscure would be above it. But as far as meats that are commonly available the beef would be kind of the the thing. You might just have on saturday night. You know the nice state. When i grow in my household had a stake on saturday night for example and that was because it was it was a more expensive piece of meat and so it was something that had just once a week and so it was kind of regarded as you know something that was a little bit special and In around one thousand thousand nine hundred seventy. I think partly because of the fact that it was the the most popular meat and it was also considered kind of almost a little bit of a luxury it but the same time these are large animals and so the individual animals are really visible on the landscape. And when you look at the individual animal like how much water at drinks or how much land purportedly takes to raise an individual animal. It just looks like a lot and so right around. Nineteen seventy you know. I think that i could kinda date. That as the key kickoff point when people really started focusing on you know cattle being a problem ecologically and beef. It shouldn't be something we're eating so much

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"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:34 min | 3 months ago

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"To hear a little bit about today. It's a revolutionary. New platform called. Dr hyman plus which is a premium. Membership exclusive for my community with dr arnn plus you get a ton of private content and special access that no one else gets this. Yearly membership gives you exclusive access to add free doctors pharmacy podcast episodes access to all of my docu series including the longevity roadmap and broken brain one and two plus all the bonus content. You get monthly functional medicine deep dives or one of. Our doctors goes deep into a topic to tell you everything you need to not. He'll you'll also get access to a monthly. Ask mark anything a right answer. The doctor hyman plus communities biggest health and wellness questions this. Qna is only accessible with a membership now. Because i'm so excited to share this premium membership content with you. I'm releasing a teaser of the brand new functional medicine deep dive episode diving into one of the most important topics in health. I hope you enjoy and head over to dr hyman dot com for which lasts plush. Dr hyman dot com slash p. l. us for more information. Okay here we go i. Everyone welcome to the newest episode of ask mark anything. My name is hershal perth. And i'm the doctor bus community manager. And i'm joined by d'arcy grows from the producers of the longevity roadmap docu series. Hi darcy and we've collected your top questions this month to ask our expert dr mark hyman..

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

09:00 min | 3 months ago

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"So the second area one talk about are the acids pressing medications which unfortunately a lot of people are on. They do often need them but they can really deplete us. A lot of nutrients for some reason. We've forgotten that stomach. Acid is really critical for proper digestion. Absorption of nutrients so short-term use really sometimes is needed but it becomes more of an issue when it's long term. Use portuguese medications are being used for quite long periods of time. They really meant to be used So i listed categories there h two antagonists arauz names their pets zantac. You might recognize the proton pump. Inhibitors like isla sack and antacids Yet over the counter lem. Tom's rolaids So all of these because they deplete your stomach. Acid stomach acid is needed to break down. Protein absorb it properly minerals like calcium related acidic environment for proper absorption and again a lot of the b. vitamins like bullying utah or to the ones that no acidity as well as other variables so say in the digestive track are needed for proper absorption. So again there's a place for these medications. But you definitely want to think about supporting people with sometime. Supplemental support override. Some of the deficiencies. And then try not to be on them very long term and i put a picture of their pilots. Otc which is over the counter. You can now buy pull this process over the counter. Which makes me a little nervous. You know without dr oversight on worry that some people will take this indefinitely which definitely can cause issues and then we have other prescription categories so antidepressants. I put up there. Sr is big category. Were we try the slatted serotonin reuptake inhibitors. There is some research showing in association with lower calcium and vitamin d levels as well as being low income where you don't always know the mechanism of a wide. These might be low. But there's when you do studies without a lot it has been associated with lower levels. Oral contraceptives often see low levels if he's tall volaille as calcium and vitamin c and then the ns as which allows us have to be on here and there for pain in general You want wanna be careful. The long-term you long term. You said aspirin because it can actually cause irritation and a guy and possible bleeding. Iron can become edition for that reason and also see so anything that can be an irritant. The guy you know would would often impact absorption especially with long term use. So let's move on to how to choose. a supplement. Think is where a lot of people have some questions. And i'm gonna give you some useful tips. That i abused that i find really helpful social when i come in contact with a new product or company that are not aware oath so the quality of the nutrients that they're using is really important so some there are more active forms of nutrients than there's more synthetic forms in one of the best examples of that is fully. So there's methylated ole eight which is fully active form that our body uses and others that late And then also metabolic minutes the biochemical term for be tall so the fully activated form medical ball. And then there's some there's forms of it by sciatica bombing more synthetic so i put up a label here so first of all supplement companies should be telling you what form of nutrient they're using. If you don't see that that's not a good sign and i would move on But then they most companies will tell you the form so look down at the b. vitamins. So there this ole and you'll see right there. It says folic acid folic acid is synthetic and not always going to be an issue. But they're here's for some genetics. Come into play. There are people that have difficulty converting that synthetic farm over into more map elated form began. Our food is is definitely more active. And that's not a concern but it's a synthetic version that they fortify foods with and also add to supplements narrate. There's b twelve we see the cyanogen alvin. Also synthetic so those are two things that you'll see that in upstate b. Complex many times people take these bs on her own. A multi-vitamins would have them so. It of covers a few areas of different types of supplement products. You might be looking for so that you'll see on a lot of labels so versus what you want to see is some word of methyl in this is a very. This is a specific type of methylated. Only the thing that you really just want to see the word metal in there so metal is in there in some way with word fully. You know it's it's a more active form and say narrow same thing they're the bomb. It's math oklahoman. So the other thing. I look for is what are the other ingredients rate at a food label at the bottom. And they're going to say what are the other ingredients that are in there and just like a food label. Less is better once you start seeing a whole paragraph or two of ingredients usually. Just just move on. I highlighted a few here. This is a very popular multivitamin that's on the market. I'm in zone of you. Who unsure of senior taking it and part of the reason is a long list of ingredients is they are clarifying here. What forms of nutrients are using calcium carbonate by the way calcium carbonate is not a very well absorb warm the citrate armagh. Calcium is more what you want. Look for if you're taking some calcium but if you go below there i highlighted some things that really stood out to me be. Hd is a preservative. It is allowing products here in the us in most of europe. It's it's outlawed because it has been connected as a carcinogen so i don't like to see any Preservative in there. That's that's artificial. You too late at aussies artificial coloring. You see those foods you want. Avoid on also vitamin supplements cornstarch. And there's modified cornstarch in air horn on its own. It's bad but i always want to make sure the source of corn is organic is a non gene. All horn is also very common food sensitivities. So there are a lot of folks who are sensitive to it so you wanna avoid those things that some people might be reacting to polyethylene. Glycol is in there which can have some issues for people who are sensitive a red forty lake again another coloring no at tau which is powder now. There's concerns of using talk topically. Don't know if it's been researched as much with ingesting it but it's not something i want. Supplements to team dioxide hopes to change color. Not really a good quality ingredient And then again another coloring. There is yellow six lake on the very end to. It's telling you that it does contain soy. That's coming on the less offend. That's in there. Which is a molecule again. Not that way as bad with a policy of it i would wanna now get organic non. Gmo and soysa a very food sensitivities so for people who are sensitive. You wanna know at and unstable yet. So yeah if you see all of this. That's definitely sides. Not very good bali product so compared to this this is a multi-vitamin from karen calculations which is companies that we like us here at the center. The other ingredients is a vegetarian. Capsule of cellulose in water. Cellulose plant fiber and then a horrible comitatus to sobat cyber form of vitamin c so it is a preservative but natural form vitamin c. And that's the only two ingredients so that's a serious shoring partisans a astle. The other one was a tablets win. Win supplement companies may tablets often. They are adding whereby yours and things to hold it together. There are some towelettes that are well well-made but in general i look for capsules they tended to sit better with people digest better Getaways fit as much in a capsule. i think that's a big reason. Companies do use tablets but again you run the risk of getting a lot of other ingredients that you don't really want in when you're having a tablet your they to look for is the company should be saying it doesn't contain artificial colorants or flavor are already these common allergens Again appearing populations have served by free label rate on their the products in check for luton as many of you know in a lot of people are sensitive pollutants. If something like ceac you really can't be ingesting any of it so you wanna know. You're getting a product. That's checked and certified Bray so those are some of the symbols that you wanna see on a product or on their website..

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"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

06:23 min | 3 months ago

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Lenox massachusetts. If you're not familiar with us. I did put our website up there and you can follow me on facebook. If you on a word arche while go into bester university for my masters degree in nutrition and and went on the arrest or dietitian by being my internship advice medical center in new york. So i take supplements i think allow. You probably have answers to that. And i'm very much food. First person in nutritionist. But there are many many cases where neutral supplemental support can be very all and on top of the list. There is decreasing quality of food. Our soil's are quite depleted just in the last hundred years of how do agriculture the come polls and whatnot that we spray on. Her food has done a lot to deplete the soil. How we grow our crops will a few crops in a lotta areas has depleted our soil's. There's a lot of talk about the benefits over organic versus conventional. One of them is when you're when you're eating organically raised produce. They have a lot more nutrients and phytochemicals in that because when plants are conventionally raise in sprayed with chemicals. They don't have to deal with the same pass in threats to their to themselves and therefore they don't make the same amount of these chemicals that are protected for them as well as well as frost. And there's really research now documenting the difference in nutrients and carrying organic versus conventional. So that's number one of my list. number two. I said it's it can be difficult to get everything that you need food. I tend to. I feel like the very well and think about my vegetables and plants but sometimes i do fall short. They have what i need in supplements can be away to ensure that you're getting what you he then there's certain diets that candied leader or low in certain nutrients. I be air for example. You know someone who strict vegan and doesn't he any animal products there are new chains like b twelve sometimes the oils fats from fish can become depleted when. You're not meeting seafood. So that's where a bit instance where people usually benefit on some supplemental support. And then we all go through different cycles in our life that will often dictate but we need on. We're gonna get into that a little bit more but usually needs to change over time from one. Where young person up into adulthood in when we get older and then a lot of what we see here is. There's a lot health conditions diseases that have had increased needs for for certain nutrients and that this is where at least in the short term supplementals. Fourteen mary hall. We get into a little bit around genetics there. The area nutritional genomics is growing quickly and and we're learning a lot about certain genetic variations that can increase need for certain nutrients that also make it more difficult for some of us to get us what we what we get from. Our food and definitely areas for supplements have been shown to be really helpful for some of these Genetic creations don't forget about chronic stress especially up to the year that we've all been through nor the bodies under a lot of stress greasy out more nutrients on the vitamins circuiting sample that so in the short term. When you're under a lot of stress is supplemental support can be helpful. And then i also wanted. I cut through in their the leaky guide as made. You probably are familiar with that term. You know one of the health conditions that we see so often here. That's related to many other. Conditions is a compromised kutlying. We're one it becomes more difficult to absorb nutrients you're getting your food so even if you are eating a really good balance diet it supplements can be hopeful to to get in what you need because you're having absorption issues and some supplements really can help in healing process of the guy. We're gonna touch a little bit more on that Further down and the last thing. I put some indications panoply or interact with absorption for nutrients a quick example. They are statins which she many people take to lower their plus the same mechanism by which those were cannot actually declared us of our coenzyme q ten which i'll talk a little bit more in a moment so regarding the medications cardiovascular disease prescriptions and possible nutrient deficiencies nihilistic. Quite a few different areas there in these medications. And we don't we're not gonna go into detail. They just wanted to give you an example. How these different categories medications just within the cardiovascular area have been shown or been associated with deficiencies in these nutrients so betablockers a lot of people. Take her blood pressure and things like that can be co q. Ten in all different types of diuretics are helping people bring the fluid down in health and as like dima often will lose minerals that were as electrolyte so calcium calcium magnesium so the b. vitamins and other minerals can be compromised inhibitors have been shown to lower sodium and zinc and the ancient g. Coy reduc as inhibitors again. Which are at the statin medications again. They're gonna lower co q. Ten often for individuals. But there's quite a few other nutrients that have been associated with low levels of carnitine copper. The as essential fatty acids as also fat soluble liedemans elicited. Their there dean k. Answering an associated with the status of anything that's blocking the production of plus raw. Which is a lipid can impact the absorption of bad simul by the and the last one there men is an indication for blood. Sugars issues diabetes. it ties into the cardiovascular worlds. I put it here with these other ones and again coq. Ten comes up as a possible efficiency as well as holy neutral so something to think about if you or someone you know are on these medications offsite in speed to the prior who is prescribing them And maybe conversation and look into it further. The desserts on here is that you would want to think about.

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"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

06:32 min | 4 months ago

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Not a big and other fish. Are these things called pro resolve immediately know people. For example we fish have heart attacks right longer life but it. They're getting the whole Fish oil without any obvious. Weird extraction methods may alter characteristics official forget caused oxidized. Or maybe it heats up it destroys these compounds. Called pro resolve appro. Resolving mediators are or serves are selected resolve mediators. And these are. These are the effective eighty-five tori compounds in fish. They're like the break on your immune system. So they're designed to resolve inflammation. That's very pro resolve but they're very diminished in most ishak. So many the fish are they're giving the study. Didn't have any of these programs. All you need the right fish oil so given the wrong drug and of course. They're not going to see an outcome because the benefits companies resolve in official. You get from eating fish naturally but you wouldn't necessarily have averaged official so it's important to to be more disturbing in stimulating about where you're getting shawl what the company's processes for manufacturing harvesting it. So i think my favorite new fish oil Make from cod liver oil. Which also vitamin a by the end. It doesn't have that smell that bacteria gets liquid. You can get the capsules and the funny thing. Is you know the when you have a official partly. Extracted doesn't smell smell back view. The ones that are smelling bad right once again these are just some of the nuances and thinking behind. Why though it's one study showed this Visual doesn't work but what fish oil in. What patient under what circumstances like this is more so i hope that answers your question. I know it's a lot. There's no easy answer but bottom line is yes. I still use michelle. Yes i recommend yes. It's been for many many other functions in by besides the hard even affected work so like your brain and your skin younger your nail and regularly information. I think it's really important us. No that's definitely very helpful and obviously what we're hearing is quality matters on so you had mentioned just one fish that you like and of course we'll put the link to that in the notes so that anyone who's interested will be able to get that And find that product. So thank you so much for that. The next question is about alkaline and acidic foods on. What's your theory about you know foods having acidity or alkalinity does that impact bone hill overall health. In general yes. I think there's a lot of infusion of acid base balance in the body Whole approaches of eating in oakland and so forth. I would like to break down a little people because it can get kind of complicate. Your body is a tight control. Ph which the acid base balance right. And if you eat a highly processed industrial i-it you'll beating very acidic sugar. Starch processed foods refined oils. These are our industrial animal products. Which are highly acidic will slightly change your age torn acid. Stink the keys every chemical reaction. Your body requires a certain. Ph function and to optimize their their metabolic processes. So if you're off even a little bit it does have negative impact on your so. We all want to be more a little out. Our human ph is seven point. Four seven zero point zero is the middle point between acid and base right so simply for a little more towards the al cone sites. So how do you. How do you achieve that well. Not that are could eat a whole foods. Plant rich guy can get rid of junk and processed soon and you'll want a lot of about futures make a big pot of balls and greens and boil the down and drink the broth shoe browser People out water. I think it is really important. Now in terms of acid base downs. Both help for sure for sure that if you're on the acidic cited does increase alternative or involve loss. So it's important to make sure your diet is overall balance. You're eating a more wholesome spidery. The peak. indicts is lot of common sense. Obviously a bunch of crap. It's not gonna be good for you and it's not good for your bones Certain things are particularly bad for your bones. Caffeine alcohol shooter stress phosphoric acid which is all the choas process ingredients x. Amounts of animal protein may be a problem for some people can really depends on on on your health but i i think people should focus on on eating a diet but not agree with a lot of virginity around. I think it's just a cheap by eating whole process plant style. That's great. That's information on something that we're gonna talk about next is a question that we often yet And that question is what is leaky gut. We hear a lot about that from different people. Obviously we've heard it from you but you know some of our community members are like what exactly is leaky gut with it. How do you know that you even have it like what did do it could take your tire. Our sister prominent. I try to summarize but so basically you're intestinal. Lining is a giant surface area tested in large beijing the size of a tennis court tennis courts kind of folding anonymous self and it's going to go lie lots of surface area and and that is where you interact with the outside world is where you absorb nutrients and swear you get out bad stuff like bacteria. Food allergens toxins and the barriers is very delegates. One shell between us essentially an a sewer right or your mouth uranus to it's essentially outside your body external and it has the filter on you put in their early palace foreign stuff everyday and so when that barrier rates.

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"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

06:29 min | 4 months ago

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Am the community manager. Dr hammond plus. We've collected some of your top questions for the dr hammond this month. We're going to ask mark anything so we're excited to hear what he has to say about your top questions. Let's go to the expert himself. Hello dr mark. Hyman is daughter buddy. We're so glad that you're here and we're so glad to be able to ask you these questions. So let's get started on the first question that we have is from your community member who wants to know about omega three supplementation and the question is that there's so many articles that have conflicting information on whether or not omega three supplementation is helpful or is it necessary. How do we sort through all the articles in studies to find out what's important and what are your opinions on an shawl. The truth is that the nutrition science is very using. It's very complicated in. It's hard to parse out specifics. it's also very reductions right so the current study that was polished which is called the strength is a randomized clinical trial By steepness friend of mine and top notch researcher randomize groups of people to either taking of fish oil or corn oil alternative and they really found no difference in the outcome in the patients tour at high risk for heart disease. But if you look at the sub characteristics of the patients These people were all pretty sick. And so the question is if you were to take appropriate people who are generally healthy and not iris. Can you follow them over. Many decades who at adequate levels omega threes. In what would be you just. Don't know and again. It was relatively short study but there was really no difference in outcomes. The challenge is also what are the characters of the patients are they. Smokers diet For you know we don't really know what's the overall context is if you're using a natural settles like fish. Oil is different than using a drug. They work in different ways concert introduction sway and so they may have more subtle effects in may have abbasi call Clean morphing affects others. There's many many different effect from a substance when you take a drug like a staten. It has extra facts but primarily lowers the allen it recently mission on a specific enzyme specific catholic with fish over. It works on hundred different sites in the body and it's essential for health. I cannot survive long term without omega. Three fatty acid. That's why they call them. Essential fatty acids hearts the central for life. You cannot get them other than from your diet and primarily from wild fish or while plant's owner. You get you get your supplements now. Not all fish. Oil is insane. What kind of fish oil were the using was contaminated with toxins wasn't oxidized and so forth. What were the what was the underlying health of the patient. So it's challenging. Just look at the studies and draw conclusion say this definitively shows official is useless. And forget about it. You know when you're looking at one disease one condition one substance. It's not how these natural work. For example. magnesium were trump. Three hundred enzymes omega. Three fatty involved in formation of your cell membranes are critical for cell communication regulated formation critical for your hair skin nails. They're critical for mood cognitive function so they have so many other benefits in the body and even if maybe they're not hugely effective for someone's had a heart attack or down arctic tack to prevent a second one or at one of their bonds again. It doesn't mean that they're not useful as part of your overall health Dangerous there was some evidence that maybe increased arrhythmias although doesn't quite make sense because other studies have shown the italy where they where they actually was dish automatic lower levels of rid me as or rigor heartbeats death after getting wishing simple straightforward Isn't i have to look at the overall context of all research or the biological mechanisms. How does it work in your body. What other functions does it having. Your body can produce your cardiovascular so it's important to be more critical thinking about it not just stay on As one study shorter doesn't work for this particular condition. This population generalizable to i can tell you clinically from seeing thousands of patients that may many many americans are very efficiently fats in in so critical brain development. If you're giving a baby formula high point our average seven points lower. Because there's no mega fats down her. Realize this and they're putting omega three. Dha into the put me into the formula. In fact the study found. I'm not wrong. i'm going to double check. But i think what they did was they gave them. Gpa which is just one component of omega elderly. Both epa oscillated both In game four grants. I think that you know again. I wouldn't dismiss it. I think Do i take it absolutely you. I think that it's necessary for our health and vitality absolutely. I think it's important which one you get. Excellent all the same. Now you can get From two companies Test purity potency. They may have tamminen sticking have a lot of chemicals and metals because the fish themselves are contaminate says important to get the right fish and right process for shrek walled off. For example charbroil omega hs is a fish from cod liver. Oil that comes from alaska developed by my friend and colleague mentor. Jeffrey bland which is for sale. 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How To Get Your Health Back On Track with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:36 min | 4 months ago

How To Get Your Health Back On Track with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

"Today we're gonna talk about malnutrition which you might think is a problem for the developing world but it turns out that almost every american is malnourished. One way or the other. And we're gonna talk about why we're talking about how to diagnose it and what to do about it. And why is such a big factor in so many underlying health conditions and often missed by traditional medicine. We're gonna take a functional medicine perspective on this today. In our special episode of doctors pharmacy called housecall and again. I welcome back dr liz with boheme my colleague and friend on the medical director kilter wellness center starting physician in ardiden md. I physiology cheese. Incredible a team member in our team and faculty of the institute Medicine and does so much to banfield of nutrition science and functional medicine around the world. So welcome back. Liz thank you mark. It's great to be with you okay. So we think of malnutrition. We went to medical school. We learned all about it right. We learn about kwashiorkor and marasmus and zero valmy and ricketts barre barre pellagra and all these frigging diseases. That we don't really see in the west that are really increasingly rare because of improved access to food nutrition. And so we kinda have pretty much. Got that as our understanding of malnutrition and we were told. Basically food provides all the nutrients you need. You don't need vitamins and supplements makes expensive urine and we should just not follow on that track and study after study comes out showing how this interventional trial with omega three or four later this that doesn't work And and so the consumers wondering what's going on because it's clear that are is depleted and that people are eating a lot of crap and that thought a poor nutrition going on but but is there really a pandemic of malnutrition which can show up in someone who's thin or someone who was extremely overweight so Talk about what the state of our nutrition. Malnutrition is in america today and why we should all be concerned about being malnourished and what that means for our rural health you know so win were malnourished means. Were not getting the proper nutrients that we need for our body to function properly. And there's so many that's like our vitamins minerals fighter nutrients even our protein are healthy fats. And you're absolutely right. We see of under nutrition. Malnutrition in people who are underweight but also in people who are overweight and that's called obesity malnutrition and unfortunately it's more and more prevalent not just in the united states but worldwide

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How To Start A Meditation Practice And Create Healthy Habits

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:29 min | 4 months ago

How To Start A Meditation Practice And Create Healthy Habits

"Of us have at least a few items on our list of things we quote unquote should be doing whether you want to start meditating or incorporate any other new habit there's amazing science that can help guide us to the results that we want. So what do we know about setting ourselves up for success. When it comes to creating healthy habits. Dr hyman spoke to journalists and the host of the ten percent happier podcast. Dan harris about his own johnny into meditation. And how just one minute. A day may be enough to get. You started with a regular practice. I had been assigned to cover faith spirituality for abc news. And i didn't want that assignment nine percent this stuff at all. It actually turned out to be great for me. And i met a lot of interesting people and that ultimately led me to reading a book by eckhart totally. He was the first person i ever heard. Describe the fact that we have a voice in our heads this inner narrator. That's diam wearing all the time at us. Mostly thinking about the pastor the future crazy and your head. Yeah or the buddha calls at the monkey mind but i had never heard that theory before. That was a major a moment for me. Because i realized okay. This is just intuitively true. A and b this theory about the human situation that we have this nonstop voice in our heads really explains why how. I had a panic attack. Because the voice in my head my ego my inner narrator Is what sent me off to war zones without thinking about the psychological conferences. And i came home and i got to press. Didn't even really know it. And that did this dumb thing self medicating so that was. That was really interesting to me. And then i started looking at the science. And then i started thinking okay. Maybe i'll try this. And as soon as i tried it. I realize this is not you know like hacky sack or you know. Lighting incense is not some hippy. Pastime this is a this is exercise for your brain. It's it's happens without effort in other words. You just have to do. The practices like exercise. You do the exercising our body shape whether you like it or not and yes it happens in that way and in a you can read about all you want but unless you begin to know your mind which is what meditation helps you do. It's like slowdown what's going on. It's not like blank slate. You closure is in your in bliss and that's not how goes right. It's a very. It's a very interesting way to sort of reset your relationship to yourself to your world experience to the meaning you give things and everything sort of shifts whether you want to make it shift not as is the act of doing

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Is Lactose Intolerance Causing Your Gut Issues? With Dr. Elizabeth Boham

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:26 min | 4 months ago

Is Lactose Intolerance Causing Your Gut Issues? With Dr. Elizabeth Boham

"Welcome dr boeheim. Dr bomb is joining me today. She's our medical records. Ultra wanna center. Incredible physician friend and colleague for decades who's also an rv and an an exercise physiologist and teaches nutritional or the world is on the faculty of the institute for cultural medicine and some of the most important fishing curriculum. We have in the world. i think anyway. I am so sad to have you. Liz again on another episode of housecall on doctors pharmacy and to talk about this nasty problem called lactose intolerant. So get us up to speed about what this is. How common is it. And what causes it and other were born with their we. Can we can develop. And how does it all work. Lactose intolerance is so common. It's it's at least sixty five percent of the world population you know at increases as we get older it's not a with lactose. Intolerance means is the inability to digest the lactose in dairy products that carbohydrate in dairy products and it really does vary a a amongst different of racial groups in ethnic groups owes more common in. We seen in africa in south america and asia. It's less common in europe but it is it is throughout the whole world. We see lactose intolerance and as people get older. We see more and more lactose intolerance. In fact you know some people. Think that By wince we reach age ninety nine. Everybody has some degree of lactose intolerance as i mentioned. It's it's uncommon in in our in younger kids so but there are young kids who have lactose intolerance and anything that damages the intestines if you damage the vilnai in the intestines so if you get a a gastroenteritis if you get an infection in the inflammation in the intestines Sometimes the people take antibiotics or chemotherapy or have inflammation in their tests. That can result in lactose intolerance. So people always say to be well. I used to have no problem with dairy. But now i'm having trouble with with dairy and it's because that can happen after a round of antibiotics or after an infection or we just as we get older

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"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

07:31 min | 5 months ago

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Plus community manager. And i'm here with darcy gross. Who was one of the producers of the longevity road bat docu series and we're here with our expert dr mark hyman willow dr mark i or you and so we've collected questions from our community and we're gonna be asking mark anything so let's get started with the first question. Do you wanna start a saw. Yeah for sure. Welcome everyone thank you so much for tuning in to start off. We're just gonna talk about something that affects a large percentage of the population in a lot of people. Actually don't know that they have this. Which is a specific mutation or otherwise known as polymorphism in the mt h. r. gene. So can you talk a little bit about this gene in wet. Methylation dozen why she can't. Yeah my favorite topic. Actually i wrote all article about meth years ago. as my blog and it goes into great detail about this whole phenomenon in the body. We call meth elation. And what is this phenomenon while it sounds like a big word. But why's it important. Well you have thirty. Seven billion billion chemical reactions. That happen in your body. Every second is a lot. I think has thirty seven. Twenty seven zero or something and of those reactions requires a helper. An enzyme. any to those enzymes requires a helper and usually those are in the form of nutrients in in fact one. Thirty of your entire dna codes for enzymes decimating. Then that means it. When third of your entire china can only be properly read in the function of those genes can only be properly expressed if you have adequate levels of the right nutrients now the or the right form of the nutrients now. There's a common variation your gene called 'em caja fire which about thirty five or so of the population this. You can have one or two copies from your mom or your dad would call snap single nucleotides pun warsaw more films. There's one slight change in the basically the function of the gene that has to do with the four letter code. That that you know is just turned into gene. So your computers one zero rights Binary code can do all these complex things like. Look at this soon. Podcast mazing right. That's all one zero. Your body is four. it's a coronary. Act g and an any three letter. Combo is gene so act or a gt their g. g. t. a. g. or whatever these are these are these enright for various proteins or they express for proteins as part of the gene expression. Then i said one third of all those proteins that are made are enzymes knows enzyme. You help our so. One of the enzymes it's made is is an enzyme. Called varney can be slightly different for some people. If you have the variation he means you need a certain kind of fola gasset in a certain kind may even need a lot more full of gas in order for the for the enzyme to function properly the danger. If you don't have this is it can cause all sorts of problems. It can cause birth defects. Which is how i discovered. It can cause depression cause cancer heart disease dementia. Lot of problems and in most you'll have no idea and undertake quick story of a patient direction. Patients was a woman who i worked with on the movie fed up who is the director and she was struggling because she was having miscarriage. After miscarriage of babies she was having babies. Warm spina bifida with with with Kind of abandoned stephanie. Which means no brain was horrible And she was struggling and she read my article. She checked her gene. She had this polymorphism shit. Two copies of it was quite to find this out. Told her doctorate. So i need to take the right cut foliage while you just recommend full of gas as You take a special form called methyl fully or five. Metal tetra hydrophobic and and so she took this right kind of fully and she literally had this perfect baby and was actually breastfeeding the baby during the the release of the film which is kind of fun so is super important to have the right type of methylation and the way i think is is like the currency of the body. We use money and coins to exchange. You know transactions all the time in our economy in the economy of your biology changing methyl groups is a key function in. It's basically carbonated for hygienists method. Abc's chr for full And the methyl groups have to transfer constantly between different molecules in order for the body to work properly in for your genes to be expressed or genes get turned on or off like i mentioned all these other factors whether it's mood or cancer. Heart disease or dementia and so forth are birth defects does so many things affected by this. And and if you don't have the right function of these pathways to meth late. You end up with all sorts of problems. And that's why taking the right nutrients in the right forms be really important and dr soldiers. Take folic acid. Well no because you might be the person who can't convert the full of acid from your pill into the right form which is method fully. So you may need to take special former method. Full later methyl. B. six are are methylated. B twelve other forms of these nutrients in how regulations pathways so the key long term is to identify. You had this issue and also takes a methylation support you can. You can take too much but for most people are not getting enough and it can make a huge difference so the gina plays a huge role in human health in all kinds of issues and it's center of our biology so making sure you have good. Adequate methylation is key to read that article. I think you guys can probably posted in the in the notes. It goes away more detail about this but will share with you. Yeah we can definitely included in the links on for resources below. The next question is about finding. I'm someone that can help you be accountable for your health. So how would one go about finding someone that could help them be accountable to help us. Establish a healthy routine You know could it be someone that does like one on one coaching You know someone that can help you with maybe strength training. What's the best way to go about finding someone that could you. First of all a question really is is. How do we change. What is the science of behavior change. What is the science of doing due to get healthy israeli relevant. We need better. We all know we need exercise. We all know we should do distressing well. No we shouldn't do these bad habits and yet we continue to do them so even me school. So the question is is how do you. How do you actually best structure life to support the positive choices you make as it turns out that if you are overweight or you have bad habits. You're more likely to hang around with bad habits and we're in fact if going to the data from christoph has harbored if you're overweight in the other thing why if your friends are overweight you're four-times or seventy percent more likely to be overweight than if your parents are overweight. So the fact is that our genetics are less important than our social networks. And so pick your friends wisely because if all your friends her in cheeseburger fries and soda and watching. Tv all day and.

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Allyship Fundamentals - Mike Moskowitz

Judaism Unbound

02:29 min | 5 months ago

Allyship Fundamentals - Mike Moskowitz

"Moskowitz welcome to judaism unbounded so great to have you. He's still for so. I'd love to start with a question that i'm sure you've been asked a million times. But basically how did an ultra orthodox rabbi come to be the scholar and residence for trans and queer studies at a progressive judaism synagogue that is actually the largest lgbt synagogue in the world. And i think what are the first so how did that happen. Rabbi hyman and i met in the back of a police wagon where we both got arrested for civil disobedience over daca. It was in dc about three and a half years ago and in the back of this police wagon. We are all in handcuffs. And there's five melded a vying folks on one side makita a metal partition in the middle of this police. Dan and then five defying rabat's on the other side and rabbi climate says you know bunch of to share toronto share and it's a captive audience role in hand and i just read an article in gender and clothing and so i share these thoughts with her and through the course of the afternoon where we were massive warehouse in also separated by gender. She a little bit of my story. How is a rabbi in harlem at columbia and was now working at a deli lakewood new jersey. I've taken off the day to get arrested. And she got together and created this position for me. Because i wasn't able to find a job in the radio world anymore because of the positions taken very publicly Those positions for me came about As it does most people as a function of proximity someone in my family transitions at a student. Congregation who had transitioned really wasn't kind of authority and also works representation within the rabbinate to create a sacred space for people to be who they are without having to choose between a gender identity and religious identity. In so i kind of started the occupying that space void and cdc showed up as as my ally to give me the platform in the agency to able to do that. It's been a fantastic relationship. That's i think has been surprisingly simple. It actually lacks the complexity of what i think. Most people would assume would be awkwardness of being in both of those spaces. Because i think. Cbs team particular frames. Judaism as being in relationship with tradition. And god it really allows for the commonality of individuality where we're all struggling were journeying. Were also exploring And that way were all equal

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Canadiens Beat Maple Leafs 4-3 in OT to Force Game 6

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Canadiens Beat Maple Leafs 4-3 in OT to Force Game 6

"The Canadians to force game six in their Stanley Cup first round playoff series by beating the maple Leafs four three in overtime Nixon key scored fifty nine seconds into O. T. after the habs blew a three one lead in the third period Jake muzzin extended the game by scoring twice in a five oh two span Joel Armia had two goals for the Canadians who will host game six on Saturday yes very cut could hear me also tallied for the habs Montreal's Carey price finished with thirty two saves Zach Hyman also scored in William Neil lander added two assists for the Leafs I'm the ferry

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How To Treat And Prevent Colon Polyps with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:57 min | 5 months ago

How To Treat And Prevent Colon Polyps with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

"What's the big deal with pulse because we're told to get colonoscopy every two years five years ten years bidding on who you are. We're told that you know. These are big deals but really never talked talked to about how to really think about them from a functional medicine perspective in terms of prevention or treatment. It's just about going to the kospi. Cutting it out or if you have colon cancer. Cutting that out and taking chemo and radiation. But there's a whole nother world of thinking around this that allows us to to be much more targeted in our approach to preventing and treating these things so talking about whether polyps why did we get him. How how common are they in. Like the general thinking about them. Yeah absolutely so you know polyps are these growth. That occur in the inside of your intestine. So in your colon you can get these growths that are polyps and there's all sorts of different shapes types of polyps you know from at a no most hypoplastic pileups and you know all of that really influences. How risky the polyp is in terms of it. Turning into colon cancer so a percentage of these polyps can become cancerous and caused colorectal cancer. And as you mentioned unfortunately there's there's an increased rate of ecole rectal cancer. It's the second leading cause of cancer death in the united states and unfortunately we're seeing real precipitous increase in young people getting colon cancer and it's hit home for unfortunately a few times on with some of some really close friends of mine and And so it's something that you know we wanna think about you know. How do we prevent these abnormal growths from occurring especially the ones that can become dysplasia or cause

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What You Can Do About Excess Belly Fat? With Dr. Elizabeth Boham

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:13 min | 6 months ago

What You Can Do About Excess Belly Fat? With Dr. Elizabeth Boham

"Welcome liz we're gonna talk about belly fat. Thank you mark. It's great to be with you. Enter talk about belly fat. My favorite topic. I've written all these right. Well the thing about it. It's a huge problem and it's so easy to fix and it's not true the admiral are or the time master. Whatever infomercial tool you can get your apps right. I mean you can't get good apps to exercise. I mean eventually have to exercise but if you just folks enter size you will won't get straight so. Let's talk about ms problem. Because for those who listening you know we earn a staggering health crisis. Not just cova. But the whole pandemic of chronic disease it's driven by poor metabolic health and this phenomenon of being over fat. You can be overweight or fat. Or you're gonna be both i. We're gonna talk about that today. And why it's important to think about for health from gemini for preventing disease and just feeling good and actually even just get our own lives together and managing our appetite and are the tablets lysm and our energy and all the things that affect us so excited about. Listen my favorite topic. Oh yeah mine too mine too and we know we know that where you're fat is in your body makes a huge impact you always worry about pinching an inch right when we were growing up you know. Can you pinch an inch. But now we're realized that that fat that's deep with inside the belly. The visceral depositi that belly fat deep inside the abdomen is really concerning in terms of overall health. And like you mentioned it is. It's a huge issue. You know it is a huge pandemic. it's you know in the in. Just the united states we know that seventy percent of americans are overweight or obese but eighty six percent are over fat meaning. They have too much fat especially that concerning visceral fat is a real concern and over half of our kids also are over fat and so which rating much it's staggering. It's sad it's

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Why Circadian Rhythm Is Key to Health

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:09 min | 6 months ago

Why Circadian Rhythm Is Key to Health

"Today we're having a special episode of the doctors pharmacy with dr toddler. Pena's our house call episode. We dive deep into issues in the function medicine. Space and help you understand your body. A new way understand to access health using the framework of functional medicine. Welcome tun thank you. Mark is great great topic so years ago. Our mentor. sid baker who is one of the genius mines medicine. I believe on the twentieth twenty-first century basin he wrote this book called the circadian prescription. And who was the first one who really talked about the role of rhythm in health. So can you tell us why rhythm and circadian rhythms and chronology is actually so important in. What is it all about anyway all right. Well you know you're absolutely right. I i read the book That's that said. Baker wrote says chicane prescription. That's sort of where the sir lightbulb went off my head said you know this is really important stuff. And it's sort of the fourth dimension of health which is time and understanding that you know we have rhythms in nature. We have the rising of the sun in the setting of the sun and then the lunar cycles and we have the the months in the seasons in the year so it only makes sense that our body has its own cycles and own seasons and understanding that We have these internal clocks and we have jeans. They're called clock genes and they have to synchronize Just like an orchestra got a lot of different pieces You're talking earlier in a podcast. About how many different chemical reactions are going on the body. You have chemicals being made you have chemicals being broken down. You have chemicals being detoxified in you have all these rhythms going on in the body in their happening In in harmony if you will and just like when you have a an orchestra in order for an orchestra to make really good music what do you need. You need a conductor and this is understanding that the bodies conductor Is synchronizing the whole body in terms of the liver and the heart and the muscles and they gestion all of those factors so our body's ability to have a good rhythm is key towards health

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Is Alzheimers Reversible? With Dr. Dale Bredesen

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Is Alzheimers Reversible? With Dr. Dale Bredesen

"Our guest is extraordinary. Dr a friend of mine. A pioneer in the field of neurodegeneration. Who's broken ground. That few have treaded on. And it's none other than dr dale bredesen's who you may remember from our previous podcast where we discussed his book. The ending alzheimer's. His latest book is called the end of alzheimer's program which is much more robust programmatic insight into how to actually use the protocol that he uses with patients that i use and how can kill her to anybody at any age in any part of the journey along protecting your brain or fixing your brain. He's been on the faculty of ucsf ucla university of california san diego. He's directed the program on aging at the burnham institute before we coming to the buck institute in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight as its founding president and ceo and he's currently a professor at ucla chief science officer at apollo health which is a great online platform for addressing nerd. Degeneracy so welcome dale. Thanks so much for having me on mark. I really appreciate it okay. So so. let's get into this. Because in almost people worry about heart disease diabetes But it doesn't take away who you are. Alzheimer's takes away who you are. Not gender disease takes away your soul in a sense Your memory which is really what we're made of is memories and and i think that it's a terrifying disease for so many it's it's growing and scope it's affecting millions and millions of american thinking about five million now projected to be about fourteen million and a few years the caregiver burden is enormous. That goes along with this The costs are even more than taking care of a patient with cancer. Heart disease And this is an epidemic really Globally it's you know literally hundred of millions of people are going to be affected by this.

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Is Your Acne Caused By What You're Eating?

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:41 min | 7 months ago

Is Your Acne Caused By What You're Eating?

"We have a tendency to think that glowing can be achieved as the result of what we put on our skin as opposed to what we put in our bodies in fact we spent over a billion dollars collectively on prescriptions and over the counter products to cure acne but eliminating acne as best approach as an inside job. Dr hemming recently spoke about this with his colleagues at the ultra wellness center. Todd lopin and dr elizabeth bow him. The skin is contiguous with the guts of. I draw a line on the skin. And i keep drawing a line and go down my tongue. Go into my gets done on my stomach and intestine. I'm still on the same surface. So oftentimes you know mark. Is that thought of that. Yeah it's a cool. That's how i explained to patients. So the skin is contiguous with a gun incident echo dermal tissue and when their skin issues think got. It's really a tube tunes outside your body is your gut yes it's true. I mean when patient with psoriasis eczema. Acne rose atia treat their gut. Yeah and i don't put stuff all over their face or on their body exactly as the inflammation. I get rid of that and it's like a. It's a really an american miracle i mean it is a dermatology is not something that i'm an expert in although i was trained as a family doctrine dermatology but i feel like it's we get the most amazing results just for something as simple as fixing the gut and changing the diet. I remember i was having a conversation with my daughter. You know about skincare products you know and okay what what's the best thing to use for my skin and and all of a sudden i realized even though we had been she live with me your whole life you know. I don't think i ever said this. I said what's what you're eating is so much more important than what you're putting on your

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Mercury Toxicity with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:56 min | 7 months ago

Mercury Toxicity with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

"I'm so happy to be sharing the story of mercury with you and a personal story for me with my colleague and medical director on this very special episode of the doctors pharmacy called house call. And i'm gonna sit down with so many of my colleagues the ultra wellness center in lenox massachusetts and liz is just my number one dock. She's a medical director of the ultra wellness center. She teaches all over the world. She's in the faculty and super functional medicine. She's one of the best doctors. I know and we are going to talk about mercury. So welcome liz. Inst- mark it's great to be with you today so let's start with talking about. Why do you think this is just so ignored. Because every is such a prevalent problem and when we cast people at the ultra center we find so many people have not only high blood levels of mercury but high total body levels in fact we did a survey of the ten thousand tests and we done at some point in time and we looked at the number of people who had toxicity and it was forty percent of the people who came to wanna center had high levels of mercury that interfere with their biology. So why did he just ignored. And and what we have to do to properly discover whether mercury is an issue for somebody or not. I mean it's it's a great question. Mark you know Even the world health organization recognizes that mercury is one of the top ten chemicals a major public health concern. But i think that toxins in general interventional medicine are often overlooked and ignored because we we always are thinking about acute tax city in conventional medicine and so often were not thinking about the chronic lower levels of toxicity can have huge health effects as

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The Functional Medicine Approach To Oral Health with Dr. Todd LePine

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:18 min | 7 months ago

The Functional Medicine Approach To Oral Health with Dr. Todd LePine

"People who go to medical school. We don't really learn much about the mouth gum disease or you can have sores in your mouth and we a few things here and there. But it's just amazing. How much of a vacuum and our education or health is but in the turns out it's been linked to everything from alzheimer's to heart disease to cancer and to autoimmune diseases and on and on and on and the question is you know what is going on with abs the connection between our oral health and overall so take us down that pathway. Then we'll talk about you know. Basically how to address dental health a functional medicine perspective. Yeah so mark Just a just a little bit of background. Probably have mentioned this before. But i come from family of dentists so my grandfather was a dentist. He went to the university of maryland in the late eighteen. Hundreds my father went to university of maryland. Nineteen four days. My brother went to u. penn dental school and then his two sons are dentists and my two sisters are dental hygiene. So this is a topic. That's near and dear to me. And i'm sure the black sheep of the family and we know that in functional medicine the gut is sort of where everything starts and it can either lead you down the path of health or can lead you down the path of disease and the beginning of the gut the mouth so as you mentioned you know in in medical school. We didn't learn anything about them out. That was like for the dentist. We'll just ignore that and the dentist just basically stay them out and they don't really realize that there's a whole body connected mild or some of the dentist don't and this is where i think. A lot of even functional medicine physicians and dentists really miss a connection. So unless you're working with a a holistic Smart dentist or a functional medicine doctor. Who's aware of the connection between on the mouth in the gut ends systemic the yoon system You're going to be missing a lot of things and and as you mentioned before You know there are a host of conditions including premature birth obesity diabetes cardiovascular disease rheumatoid arthritis inflammatory bowel disease and even dementia that are directly connected to poor or health.

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"hyman" Discussed on Shades of Strong ? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

Shades of Strong ? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"hyman" Discussed on Shades of Strong ? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

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"hyman" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"hyman" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

"Welcome to the Black Gardeners podcast. I'm your host riot and I'm so excited because I have a special guest today, and all the way I know how to introduce her is that she's out here tracking like her nickname star. Also. I just need to put it out here that I know you can't spit like her and if you heard that laugh in the background I'm talking about actress. Lyricist Mirim Hyman and I'm so excited. She's here also. You might know her by the Moniker Robinhood we're going to get into that. But Mirim how you doing? How you feeling? Man You know just just pushing it day by day. Are you doing with all the stay at home? And all this other craziness? We got going on Oh man I'm just trying to stay productive in proactive to be honest <hes>, so I've been trying to just make the most of my time you know. Yeah which are very versatile I. Just I think that is huge especially in the time period that we're in <hes> in the first thing I want to talk about. Is the lyricist artist in you, so tell me where Robin Hood came from like. How did you get into music? Wow, you know is so crazy! I actually started writing. In two thousand thirteen once I had killed. Yeah. I came graduate school I went to Yale to get my masters acting <hes>, and so basically when I came of Graduate School <hes> I had a lot of time on my hands. <hes> however I was working on a show called Richard the second excuse me Richard to third at the Public And? Basically you know if you're not familiar with the public as off Broadway theatre in New York and I was cast in the show, and I just had a lot of time on my hands, and so I started to download like a lot of. Really popular industry instrumentals, and so there's a lot of artists out there that I just really appreciate and respect, so you know I was downloading like beats that Swiss beats had done for like jd kiss and whole and be here because I had this time on my hands, and I was working on a Shakespeare show. It was like I don't know. The bar turned into bars like I just. Started writing one line were turned into two lines, and then that would turn into verse and then basically. I just started writing like my first mix tape, which was <hes> journey of an MC, and that's really how Robin Hood was birth, you know I would back and forth trying to figure out like the right name, and what would make the most sense you know to my community, but really for myself. I just wanted something that represented who I am <hes> and who? I'm really focused on trying to be. How I'm trying to uplift my community, so that's really kind of came from and I had to change the I two a y. you know funded up a little bit. Yep. That's right and I. I grew up in Philadelphia so I. I grew up in the hood. You know so. My thing has always been like taking the poverty going from poverty to prestige. Growing up in Philadelphia in some of the roughest areas, just being an impoverished community, and then being able to go all the way to an Ivy League institution, so. I learned a lot. In that timeframe you know, and so I just wanted to bring that to the music in India better. To uplift inspire, so you know that's where we are. Well, you know. You definitely did not to draw any comparisons to you guys, but one of my one of my favorite artists is eve. And say. Right and I liked the way and see what I liked about your music to of because go you know filling ham villa some of these days I, like I'm pumping yours now on apple music by the way you guys can get on Apple Music and soundcloud and we'll talk about different projects in a minute. But the RAW news that you having your lyrics just to be exposed to me I find your unique about hip hop in artists like yourself that are not afraid to go there listen. Trying to keep my heart, yeah! I was just very very daring at. You're willing to do that. Yeah I mean like in my my most recent. EP which is called Truth Teller I have a song called hip hop is honest, and if you listen to the hood, that will yeah, yeah, so the hook is hip. Hop is honest. Speak, the truth detects never need invalidate the bar. Say Next so basically. You know just a little bit. But that that it's really about being honest, and I had this thing that I say which is, keep it hot and is that means honest, open truthful. And so those are just little principles that you can take into your relationship, you know if you have a significant other or just your relationships with family friends you with yourself is just being honest and open and truthful about how we go about our day and for me, because music is such a huge part of it, it's like how can I not keep it real with my bars? You know I had to keep it real with everything else. You know like what the acting. If you see a scene that I'm in or film that I'm in, and it's not honest. You know off the bed. You know so. Yeah, that's true.

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"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"That's handle H. A. N. D. E. L. Group dotcom, force Ice Mark Hyman Mayor, K. H. Y. A. N. to get into you life. Life for only three hundred and twenty five dollars I. Hope you'll share this half off discount with lots of your friends and family, because it's always nice to have a buddy, and you want around you to have their. You know what together so lauren change in my life. I know you can change yours, too. I really encourage you to checkout. Enter you life now. Let's get back to this episode. Welcomed the Doctors Pharmacy I'm Dr Mark Hyman, and this is a special episode called Housecall, or we dive deep into different issues that people suffer from that are very difficult to treat using traditional medicine. We use approach called functional medicine. Here at the center in Lenox. Massachusetts and we have so many people with so many different kinds of problems and today I have my colleague, my friend. Friend and my partner at the center, the medical director Dr Elizabeth Boheme who you probably know well by now. Who shared so much about so many cases that are tough to deal with with traditional approaches and today we're GonNa dive deep into infertility, which affects one in seven couples and is getting worse. So what does infertility have to do with anything? We do in functional medicine. Like what is the typical approach that we do in traditional medicine? And how's that different from how we think about this with with functional medicine? You know I think that one of the most important things we do in functional medicine is we asked that question? And it's it's it. That's very important with infertility. As it is with everything we're dealing with because because for each if we had multiple different people with infertility issues, there'd be multiple different reasons for why they're having a problem, so you know it's really critical to get that very detailed history that we always get with functional medicine. Get a really. Careful physical exam do some evaluation to try to determine for that individual person, and that individual couple why they're what's going on with their fertility. Infertility their infertility he's does infertility, so yes, and everybody's different, and you have to dig in and their common patterns for sure, but but we do a method of evaluation and really figure it out, so so tell us what is the definition of infertility? How many people have it and what's the deal? Aso infertility occur for for a woman. You're considered having problems with fertility. If you've been trying actively trying to get pregnant for over a year, have been unable to get pregnant, so that's that's considered infertility about like you mentioned a lot. It's very common about ten percent of women in the. Reproductive Ages are having are struggling with infertility, and there's multiple multiple reasons, but you're right. We are seeing an increase receiving increase, maybe because of some of the toxins in the environment. Poor Diet you know we're going to get into way. Did you say that what you eat plays a role in fertility huge raw? We're going to get into that. Yeah, a huge role. You know. There's so there's lots of different reasons for why that back and be going on for that individual person, hormonal imbalances that we need to evaluate toxin exposure you know thyroid is not working optimally things like. That, we're going to be talking about. There's so many reasons that people can have issues with fragility that we need to delve into traditional deficiencies. I, mean I think that so often? You know we're thinking everybody in the United States if just the people in developing countries. They're just doing fine nutritionally, but when we actually start to look, we start to see nutritional deficiencies can have a huge impact on somebody's fertility. It's really true you know. I think I. Look Back Thirty Years of practicing and twenty five years of practicing functional medicine. And I can't tell you. The number of patients that have struggled with infertility that once we work with them and functional medicine. They get pregnant. You know and it's like. It's not an obstetrician gynecologist I'm a family doctor. I'm not a fertility expert, but just following the principles of functional medicine and optimizing People's health allows them to kind of reset their hormones and their immune system, and actually get pregnant, and we always start with those lifestyle factors, because for so many people that makes a huge difference, right? We make sure that the person is sleeping enough getting enough rest, because if the body is under stress, it's less likely to get pregnant. We make sure that you're managing stress. We make sure that you're doing some exercise daily because that helps, that helps in so many different ways. We make sure that somebody's eating the right diet because as I mentioned. If somebody is having some nutritional deficiencies or not eating enough calories, we often see that people are under eating or not eating enough calories, or maybe they're over exercising. We know that can impact to a body fat. Yeah but and even if and even if that's okay, but they're just. You're putting too much stress on your body with. Training or not eating enough calories that can talk about it I mean. If you had no no access to calories and you're. You're under stress. Your body's like I'm not getting pregnant right now. Bad News for me to get pregnant. It's a dangerous environment, but everybody hasn't realized that we're living in the twentieth century and a different. I just want to come back to traditional approach because I think it's. It's really instructive most of the time when you go to fertility doctor, they don't find anything. True the sometimes you have you know Tubal problems sometimes low sperm count sometimes you know there's some obvious structural issue or some hormonal thing going on. It's fixable, but most of the time it's unexplained infertility. Yes, and so, what do they do? They pompey full of hormones. They extract your ovaries I. Mean Your your eggs from your race. They printed test to baby. They put it back in hopefully it sticks. It's enormously stressful, enormously expensive like fifteen twenty thousand dollars. Each time you want to do it yet. And it off doesn't work right and. So we're we're. We're batting far better average here with functional medicine. In terms we're getting families started and helping women and couples get pregnant than with traditional artillery treatments, and why is that? I think that it's because we're asking that question. Why and when we asked that question why and get some clues as to why there's an imbalance in somebody's body were so much more likely to be successful in our treatment approach. right because if we just treat everybody the same, it might work for some, but it's going to miss all these other reasons that people are having issues, so you have to ask that question. Why and like you said a lot of times? Many of these other approaches are less expensive, less toxic. And easier to do than than than that hard hitting approach that of course works for for for some people, but but we've got a really ask that question. Why and I think you know that's? That's one of the things with this first woman who who came to see me. Yeah you know she? She was.

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"hyman" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"hyman" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

"Are you looking to reach their full? Potential and achieve success in business and in life want only tried and tested guidance from people who have truly made an impact. You have come to the right place. Welcome to five questions with Dan. Chevelle New York Times bestselling author Bell distills the most actionable and tangible advice. From a variety of world-class humans including entrepreneurs authors Olympians Politicians Titians Billionaires Nobel Prize winners Ted speakers celebrities astronauts and more inspirational guidance practical advice and concrete solutions. Our our chat start. Welcome to the seventy third episode of the five questions. Podcast I'm your host. Dan Shaw Bell Goes Curate. The best advice from the world's smartest and most interesting people by asking them just five questions. My guest today is bestselling author and founder of the Ultra Wellness Center. Dr Mark Hyman born in New York. Mark moved to Idaho after graduating from medical school. Then he worked as an emergency room doctor nostitz before becoming the CO medical director at Canyon ranch after leaving the ranch. She opened the ultra wellness center over the past seven years mark has written countless bestselling books including his latest entitled food. Fix had a save our health our economy our communities in our planet one bite at a time. He is the medical director at the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine in as a medical advisor to bill and Hillary Clinton as who went from eating fast food and hot dogs on George Foreman grills to being Pasqua -Tarian. I have an appreciation for food as it relates to our health. That's why I wanted mark to share his insights with all of you because eating healthy transform my life and it can do the same for you. How did you originally get into the medical field? Well I was studying. Buddhism believe it or not in college and took a class called the medicine Buddha and begin to understand the nature of spirituality and healing connected and I WANNA be among rabbi and figured out so I I decided to go into medicine it was a way of serving and I believe that the the ideal they still do that. You know we're here contribution. There's so much information about what to eat. What not heat online. How do you know what to trust? It's really important to learn how to be a critical reader of the media and the science and doctors are taught. That's for the most part. Certainly most patricians are most government bodies. Give recommendations are it and here's the real simple answer. There's two kinds of stats that are worth looking at. One is population. Studies will Biaggi that takes people over long periods of time follows a behavior habits. And see if there's a correlation so eggs cause heart disease but it's not really that causes it. It's a correlation and most of the nutritional centres we have our correlation studies which do not prove cause and effect so study of women. Over fifty five six I would conclude with sex never leads to pregnancy the study. The purpose accurate. But it's completely invalid so what we do those kinds of analyses we we see these headlines. Extra kill people you know. Coconut oil is going to kill you and people get so confused. We have to begin to look at whether it's a randomized controlled trial or an experiment. Which means you take two people. You can have them. You know one treatment and half of them another treatment and see how they compare. That's the way determine what's true or not and most of us when we look at a paper headliner. Study aren't thinking about that. We're seeing owners are the correlation and that's the problem so it's time to think through that and it's important but I would not take every headline as Gospel Click big and you should be smarter to them. How do you structure guys? You're getting enough sleep in how you're taking everything into account because it seems like especially pursuing just starting to try and break negative habits. Bad Habits like this would relate son. Is it one time it's prescription to the by is really important and then connected to the house and it's a skill like anything else. I mean I can cook three meals a day from scratch whole foods in thirty minutes toll for offerings. But it's a skill. I learned out exercise into my life and structure my days that I can do the things I want in and this morning meditated today mock exercise tomorrow morning to visit. I know I play the meditation session afternoon and and control what eating in where I'm going so it's really about skilled at all. Men Learning how to practice the skills it help sustain you and actually invigorating overtime. The World Health Organization came out and said that as an occupational phenomenon. Recently what's the best way to prevent burnt out any food part of that you know? It's interesting mental. Health issues are rampant in fact In terms of overall effect quality of life it's the number one health bird around the world and also cost burden becomes particularly Lack of being gauged in a society as an active member. The solution solution in part is figuring out how to connect mental health with those behaviors generate mental health or social behaviors. Of 'cause L in the food again is probably one of the biggest drivers of cognitive function of mood of energy and people don't understand that I was. Exercises is very powerful in terms of rejuvenation regeneration. Sleep were asleep deprived nation. All those things are just super simple. Building blocks his focus on E. sleep an exercise in pure hearted dials in necessarily perfectly every day. But for the most part of the huge difference my nephew for example was having you know depression and lethargy and function and was not doing well and it really blame wasn't exercising. You couldn't function. I want to get bigger every day this week. And he's like completely turned around stuff. I think people don't understand the connection between their mind and their body in the reverse order in other words we know about the my body effect. But we don't know about the body mind effect and so in the DOCU series that I've created a broken brain. We really delve into how to fix rain. Fixing your body I. What's Your Best Pizza Criminals? My best piece of advice is what you love to do and do it and ten thousand connected what you want in life. What matters to you. We'll get you up and excited every day in positive experimentation has the process of of self reflection and self knowledge and awareness. So who are you what matter to when you love we care about excited? Just go for thank you so much for sharing your wisdom mark to follow. His journey can read his book food fix and find them on facebook. Twitter instagram where he shares his appearances travels food recommendations health insights and advice to watch the full extended video version of this episode. Where I asked mark even more questions you can go to Youtube. Dot Com slash. Dan Shah Al. We hope you enjoyed today's show. And the amazing advice. Our guest provided. Remember that you can only benefit from advice. If you packed on it before you do. We would appreciate your feedback in the form of a review. You can leave a on Itunes stitcher for of Pot catcher of your choice. Your feedback would be very much appreciated head over to Dan. Shot Bell Dot com slash review now..

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"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"I literally was like I was like, oh, I just sit on the floor and the jazz and just with my cat and do nothing and not to look for my phone to fill the gaps in my day, where I'm looking for something to learn or something to do or someone to communicate whether some momentary dopamine fix, right? And I was it was really powerful. And I and made me again feel like I'm almost sixty. And it made me feel again like when I was in college. We have these vast spaces and it's fast openness because computers started in nineteen eighty four. I was my first computer, which is quite a while. And you probably wouldn't born then, and maybe we're you just point to and, you know, just to to actually have that quality of spacious nece in your life is something that I think we all miss, and you know, it was it was it was just a real reminder of what matters in life, and you're not trying to take away people's pleasure and experience you're suggesting that our lives will be improved. I actually thinking about this thoughtfully and actually making some choices in our personal life that actually can can improve that quality good way of thinking about it. I mean, digital minimalist have nice lives. It's not either or or. Yeah. I mean as I like to say, I'm technologist I make my. I'm not a Luddite. I mean, I make my living as a computer scientists study, I tried to advance technology, and I think we can the same way you can say I love food, but I'm not you know, bee's and unhealthy type two diabetes from eating habits. You can say those two things a lot of sense. And I think you can say I love technology. But I hate this idea that I'm gonna spend all day sort of renting my brain out to say spoke advertiser clients, get rid of the junk food technology, the junk food technology get back to the cool stuff. Great. But I mean, your life was going to be a lot better. I don't you can't be someone. I think he was really serious about your physical health and not start to think about this aspect is. I think a harder job than I do which is Tommy la- stop sugar and starch. You're like this is a much harder. It's not because people people don't like stuff as much as they think nickel. You you take a week? You take a week away from bread you still wanna eat brand. But you take a week away from Facebook, and you see it differently. I find it's really important for me and my life take at least two or three weeks year where I'm gone somewhere. Whether is no certain service or singles, I wanna rafting trip this summer for week. And I brought my family and teenagers and everybody was like everybody was present with each other. When he was on their phone time. You're wired for that. That's we're supposed to encounter the world. If you get rid of that. I mean, of course, the brain's going to go haywire. Yeah. Can't you can't drastically change the cognitive environment. That we spent two million years evolving to me used to do something completely different and expect it we're just going to be fine. We'll thank you for your work and spy. Us to think about what we do automatically and how that's affecting us and how being attentive to it might actually improve the potty release the thanks for joining us on the doctors pharmacy. If you you've been listening pharmacy would Dr Mark Hyman a place for conversations that matter, and if you like this podcast, please leave review share with your friends and family, and you can subscribe anywhere. You subscribe to podcasts and they'll see next time on the doctors pharmacy..

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"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"hyman" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"A very hard time not using a lot because that's what a moderate heavy addictions going to drive you to do a lot of this absolutely is engine neared. What these attention engineers do is they try to hijack psychological vulnerabilities. There's actually a famous Stanford where they studied this. This is something they're pretty good at. So I mean, I can give you a couple of apples Facebook, for example, when they first added notifications right on the mobile app that. Zainur said clearly this should be within the Facebook palette, which is gray and blue right? So it's sort of a very nice aesthetically pleasing thing. But the attention engineers came back and said, no it needs to be alarm red because we get a much higher click rate if it's that color. It catches your attention very hard to avoid the notion of this sort of inlets scrolling, right? This was this was emphasized in part because it exploits psychological abilities sort of like a slot machine that there might be something. One more one more scroll away. There might be something really interesting. These companies have invested millions of dollars to solve a really really hard computer science problems problems. I know about as a computer scientist, like programming programming issues that they really didn't need the solve like, for example, auto tagging people in pictures. This was a very hard problem in image recognition. But now if you post Instagram, it can figure out, okay this person, you know, that's Dr Hyman, listen them. You know, a notice that you wanna tag this person, right? This this very complicated technology. Why did they do it? Because if you say, yes, I wanna tag them that since to you what they call social indicators and the richer the stream of intermittently arriving social approval indicators that's a riding in your sort of virtual app in box. The more irresistibly comes the tap on. So so one of the things they opt the mice for is. This is why the like button took off. Yeah. Right. It was originally there for much more mundane reason, but every time so clicks like social approval indicator every time someone tags a photo, social approval indicator. So now you have inside this app. Every time you click on it indicators that other human beings are thinking about you. Sometimes they're not they're sometimes they are person hitting like effects the prison getting getting the like, they want the richest possible stream of social approval indicators coming at you from.

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