37 Burst results for "Inflammation"

Fresh update on "inflammation" discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:43 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "inflammation" discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Thanks. Some of us wish we could rewind the clock when it comes to our health, you know, exercising, climbing stairs, all the stuff young people take for granted. These aren't things that have to stop just because you age. Neither do you have to just endure and suffer the normal aging aches and pains. Now, there's a solution. It's a 100% drug free. It's called relief factor. Really factor supports your body's fight against inflammation, that's the source of aches and pains. The vast majority of people who try relief factor order more because it works for them. That is excited. She finally gets to do her bar exercise class now that she's alleviated her frozen shoulder thanks to a relief factor. She also knows if she stops taking it well, the pain could come right back so she's like, I don't want to be without this again..

Fresh update on "inflammation" discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

00:40 sec | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "inflammation" discussed on Dose of Leadership

"So the first objective is to try to heal the pain and prove function and septum relief. That was always good symptom relief. And that doesn't really matter. That's sort of a freebie. Okay. All right. What's not for me is the functional improvements and the physiologic changes that go with the healing process. And so PMS basically by virtue of circulation by virtue of decreasing inflammation by stimulating RNA and DNA by stimulating ATP by increasing nitric oxide in the body by affecting the immune cells of the body, the adenosine receptors. So that was PMFs have a large amount of number of actions in the tissues. Okay..

Heat Alert: Miami beats Boston 109-103 for 2-1 series lead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Heat Alert: Miami beats Boston 109-103 for 2-1 series lead

"Bam adebayo had a double double in the heat took a two games to one lead in the NBA's Eastern Conference Finals with a one O 9 one O three win over the Celtics At a bio broke out of a scoring slump with 31 points and grabbed ten rebounds in a game the heat never trailed I feel like everybody walked into this arena you know locked in from the jump Like I said earlier they beat us like we stole something earlier Miami led by 25 in the first half but the Celtics got within 93 92 with two 40 remaining The heat played the second half without Jimmy Butler because of inflammation in this right knee PJ Tucker picked up the scoring slack with 17 points in max drus had 16 Jalen Brown pumped in 40 points for the Celtics who host came four on Monday I'm Dave

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

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

05:58 min | Last month

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

"Decreasing anxiety. And I found that very helpful as well. So I think there's room for that as a therapeutic tool. And there are questions about what's the long-term consequences of CBD THC on the brain. But in the meantime, I think it's a very simple, easy intervention that you can do. But they can help with mitigating a lot of sleep issues. And I recommend it to never my patients are going to be very effective. It doesn't work for everybody, but it can be very, very good. What role do grains play when it comes to inflammation, chronic inflammation in the body? Can grains help or hurt chronic inflammations in the body? Great question. Depends on the grain. White flour, Shirley is one of the most inflammatory foods on the planet, whereas ancient grains, like Himalayan tarry buckwheat, maybe one of the most anti inflammatory foods on the planet. So it's not grains as a whole. Which grains in what form, how are they grown? Where were they grown? Or were they grown with? Are they full of pesticides? Are they full of wipes? I mean, there's so many layers of things that will actually determine the answer to that question. In general, though, the way we eat grains in this country is, as white flour. 90% of the grains we eat in this country is white flour. Very few people eat whole grain foods. Maybe there's a whole wheat bread, but if you look at the label, it's mostly white flour and high fructose corn syrup with a few flakes of whole wheat thrown in there. It's not like the dense breads you get in Europe or Germany. So I'm not against grains but I do think that there are challenges for people who are eating a lot of flour. It's probably one of the most inflammatory foods. And if you have a leaky gut, if you have an imbalance in your microbiome, if you're not having intact system in your gut, grains can be a problem. So I tend to eliminate grains if I'm really aggressively trying to reduce inflammation, not forever, but for a short period of time to try to reset the system to heal a leaky gut and gay people functional again. And if you do that, you also do a number of other things because grains are starch and depend on how much you eat, right? Having a half a cup of black rice, or a half a cup of buckwheat, may not be a problem, but typically we eat huge amounts of grains, and that drives another pathway for inflammation, which is insulin resistance or pre diabetes or blood sugar problems. And so we have to understand that we have to reduce the starch and sugar in our diet. And one way of that is actually reducing grains. But whole grains can be part of a healthy diet. It's just when you get to eat them, who gets to eat them in what contacts with what other foods, and where those grains come from and are they modern hybridized grains that are full of sergeant sugar or the ancient grains that have all these phytochemicals and other beneficial properties. Next question, how does hormonal balance or imbalance related to inflammation? So the biggest driver of chronic inflammation is stress, which drives all kinds of hormonal dysregulation regulation. It screws up your hormones, sex hormones, your insulin, blood sugar, cortisol, adrenaline, and that really drives huge amounts of inflammation. So if your arc actually are highly stressed, that will drive a lot of the pathology. I mean, insulin is another hormone. That is a big one that drives inflammation. That's one of the biggest ones we talked a lot about that. You'll see people who are taking hormones, for example, estrogen, or the birth control pill. And it depends on what you're taking. If you're taking, for example, premarin, it raises inflammation in the body. It causes a high CRP. So does the birth control pill. So a lot of people are taking the birth control pill. I'm not saying people should stop birth control pill, but you want to make sure you mitigate the effects of that. And recently did an Instagram Live with the founder of ibn Sarah Morgan talking about the ways in which, for example, medications deplete nutrients. An effect the body adversely. So, for example, if you're on the pill, the birth control pill, you may need to take certain nutrients to mitigate the effects of that and help reduce inflammation. So certain things I would never take like premarin, which is a hormone that drives inflammation, but I certainly wouldn't tell everybody to stop the birth control pill, but I think you have to know what you're doing and actually offset the harm by taking the right nutrients to actually mitigate the damage and the inflammation that comes from that. Last question here before we go into final thoughts and conclusions can inflammation be tied to our genetics are some people more prone to developing markers of inflammation, especially chronic inflammation. Absolutely. I mean, we're all heterogeneous. We have 20,000 genes. We have about 5 million variations in those genes, and some of those variations predisposing inflammation, and we test those. I do that in my actual practice looking at saliva swabs that measure DNA, and we can look for variations in certain genes that affect the cytokines like interleukins and TfL funds, other genes. And we can see, oh, you're someone who, if you get some trigger, it's way more likely to be inflamed. So there are people who are predisposed inflammation, but that doesn't mean they're predestined to inflammation. So they need to identify one the sources of inflammation in their life and get rid of them. We talked about those. And they need to include anti inflammatory strategies in their life, and anti inflammatory diet, more polyphenols, probiotics, antioxidants, and obviously other anti inflammatory strategies like adequate sleep and exercise and stress reduction, so forth. So hot and cold therapies. We just need to up regulate the anti inflammatory system and calm down the inflammatory system. So yes, there are people who are genetically predisposed, but it doesn't mean they're predestined. So not everybody will have access to a functional medicine doctor, obviously if they do, that's fantastic and amazing. You can go to IFM dot org and find somebody in your area. It is often expensive, insurance doesn't cover it, but it's not available.

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How Do We Capture Stem Cells? Dr. Vincent Giampapa Explains

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:58 min | 2 months ago

How Do We Capture Stem Cells? Dr. Vincent Giampapa Explains

"Let's take this and break it down a little bit. I mean, in looking at the, you know, all the aspects of what you just talked about, you know, starting at 20, 50, some, you know, we have people at different places. Let's explain that process. What does that mean if I was sitting here today and I came to you and said, you know, doctor J pop, I want to talk about my stem cell and capture those. What does capturing mean? What does it entail? That kind of stuff. So, first of all, let me explain what the situation is here in the U.S. and frankly in most countries globally. So in most countries, you can collect store stem cells as in the U.S.. We can collect them, store them for future use. We can't give them to back to you. Okay, so under very limited circumstances. For instance, if you have cancer, if you are part of a research study in a major university, then you could use your cells. Frankly, most people even store the cord blood of their children can't really use those unless there's a very limited potential application for those cells. So excuse me. So the secret here is if we can collect and store them, why can't we use them? And so we'll get into that and maybe in a few minutes. But the secret here is today, we can collect your cells and store them. And there's a certain medications we give for three days prior to a collection, which releases billions and billions of stem cells of all three types into your body. That actually really is the first treatment people get when they go to collect because that release a billions of cells is a regenerative treatment. Those cells will start to repair damage and your blood vessels boost your immune function. And decrease the inflammation we're all fraught with as we get

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For kids with COVID-19, everyday life can be a struggle

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 months ago

For kids with COVID-19, everyday life can be a struggle

"The national institutes of health has launched a study into some of the puzzling symptoms that children suffer when they're infected with code nineteen and possible long term effects it's estimated more than twelve point seven million children in the U. S. alone have contracted cove it nineteen and some are still experiencing unusual symptoms long after the virus is gone a trend called long term coded and doctors say some children appear to make full recoveries and then come down with a mysterious condition that causes severe organ inflammation the lead researcher at children's national hospital in Washington DC describes a three year old girl who is head coach V. twice who speaks suddenly turned bright red and staying with pain or she complains of pain in her chest and the studies also looking into the emotional effects of coal bed one participant has had NO symptoms herself but her father caught the virus and he died I'm Jackie Quinn

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Dr. McCullough: Body May Be Concealing Spike Proteins as an Antigen

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Dr. McCullough: Body May Be Concealing Spike Proteins as an Antigen

"Is where I'm having a hard time reconciling this is again a non medical professional like yourself If the research turns out to be accurate in vivo when we start getting say liver samples from people and starts to show the yes spike proteins are being pumped out for a longer term than anticipated Then how is it that the vaccines effectiveness is waning so poorly In other words if it's pumping out the spike proteins that are supposed to be recognized by our bodies as foreign invaders then we're producing antibodies and why is the vaccine You get what I'm saying like it's producing the spike proteins but it's not doing what it's supposed to do It doesn't seem to make sense It would seem to be zero sum here One would take away from the other That's a brilliant observation So your question is if we're being presented with this antigen all the time why don't we have these rock and rolling in them antibodies right Why do they trail off in a paper by Israel Israel is the first author They showed a 40% drop off per month of these antibodies after the vaccine It must be and I think Bruce Patterson is right on this It must be that the body is concealing the spike protein as an antigen because your white blood cells your monocytes and macrophages are trying to gobble up the spike protein So in a sense your sequestering away from antigenic presentation but yet you're stuck with this over time So let's hope that it's not a chronic stimulus for blood clots It's not a chronic stimulus for myocarditis or a heart inflammation that evolves over time or bleeding disorders like vaccine induced thrombocytopenic and let's hope that it's not a stimulus for cancer in the first cancer data was presented out of the Department of Defense epidemiological database demet And that was at the January 24th Senate hearings where it's just epidemiological but there has been a market increase in cancer among our service

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Dr. Sam Pappas: We've Learned Natural Immunity & New Treatments Work

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Sam Pappas: We've Learned Natural Immunity & New Treatments Work

"So now we have multiple vaccines. Now we have France's Collins and others saying, yes, there are issues of heart inflammation, myocarditis. We have gone much further than what you helped me with originally, which is hydroxychloroquine, the Z pack, then Ivermectin came along now. We have the new nova, the new vaccine that's still under testing. Novavax. So tell us about what we have learned in just the last few months about COVID and the way to treat it. Well, we've learned that natural immunity is fantastic. We kind of knew that already, but it's been proven now multiple multiple times, but still not acknowledged, so we know natural immunity is a great place to be in a safety net. We know that many, many more treatments are out there and as the variants have gotten weaker and the new variant omicron and I want to listeners to know that's how you pronounce it. It's omicron. Yeah, not Omni cron. So you know, I had a trachea. I actually found that the British, I went and I checked with the 83 year old Professor of anatomy at Stanford from the UK and it is tricky and not in America. But in the original, real English, it's tricky. That's an intro from the last excellent. You do your homework. So we've learned that with the new variants that the treatments are much more effective that less people are getting hospitalized and having serious complications. It's a milder version. And attacking mostly the upper, which is less dangerous. Once it goes into the lower into the alveoli, that's really dangerous, especially for the elderly. Exactly. But I'm a little different than a lot of my peers who are for early treatment. Many of them say, well, only if you're 50 or above, and my take is, this can have a chronic component to it,

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Dr. Peter McCullough on Injecting Politics Into Prescriptions

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | 5 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough on Injecting Politics Into Prescriptions

"About why people died. I am infuriated. When I hear colleagues of mine, especially in California, who have doctors who have prescribed for them, Ivermectin or hydroxide, I took hydroxy, my doctor prescribed for me when I caught the COVID and they have to go to multiple one colleague had to go to 7 pharmacists before they were prepared to actually give him the legal prescription he had from his doctor. What is the potential argument against Therapeutics? Because it is my contention and please, please tell me if I'm wrong that perhaps tens of thousands of people died because COVID was not treated early enough with Therapeutics. It developed into a secondary inflammation, especially in the lower lung, and then once they were put on respirators, that was it. It was a matter of time before they died. So can you talk to us about injecting politics into prescriptions and why this war against Therapeutics? You know, we've gone through two presidential administrations to surgeon generals two tasks for us. Do you know not a single official has given a full throated endorsement of doctors doing everything they can with Therapeutics as an outpatient to help patients prevent hospitalization and death doctors have not received any support whatsoever from the governmental agencies in fact they've received headwinds. There's been statements the FDA has said, do not use hydroxychloroquine in that was last year. Now in 2021, the American medical association launched a campaign to abolish the use of Ivermectin. Now, why would the American medical association which doesn't make treatment recommendations with physicians political action committee, why would the AMA actually wage war against Ivermectin? We have over 300 supportive studies of hydroxychloroquine over 60 with Ivermectin. Ivermectin now looks like it's actually quite useful because Ivermectin is stare at a care in Mexico across the South America across India and in Japan and it's these are benign and safe medications. I think our agencies have done a great disservice by putting a chill on using drugs and combination early use of drugs appropriately clinically indicated off label use of drugs, which the FDA tells doctors, we use drugs off label when there's an unmet need and is clear COVID-19 is an unmet need.

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Dr. Steven Quay: We Don't Know Why Omicron Doesn't Do Well in the Lungs

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | 6 months ago

Dr. Steven Quay: We Don't Know Why Omicron Doesn't Do Well in the Lungs

"So doctor from your medical perspective I mean it seems fairly obvious that if you were given a preference I mean you don't want either But to have an infection that's upper respiratory in the nasal passageways And in the sinuses or the lungs you clearly want something in the nose kind of like a cold You get the runny nose you rub your nose you get sinus infections but it was what you're saying when it penetrates into the deep lung tissue This is where we start developing the severe complications The respiratory stuff the inflammation and potentially sadly death is that accurate Yeah that's exactly accurate But we now know that armagon doesn't do very well in that space So why is that if you don't mind me asking Sorry to interrupt but why is that Why is it that aron in contrast to delta in the original alpha variant doesn't do as well Thankfully in the lungs Is it ace receptors I mean what exactly is that Well we don't know That is that is a cutting edge question to ask There's a gradient with more ace twos in the upper airways and fewer down in the lower airways So it may be related to that group that natural gradient but the data you have doesn't jump out and say that's the reason We have the observation that's four times faster than delta in the nose about one tenth as fast in the deep loans not quite ready for a mechanism yet But that's where science interests right on that

Study Links mRNA COVID Vaccines to Increased ACS Risk

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | 7 months ago

Study Links mRNA COVID Vaccines to Increased ACS Risk

"Let me start with the American Heart Association study, which is being censored and it's being suppressed. Do you see there's a difference between things being fact checked and things being censored? This is being censored by the tech giants, of course. That's why all of you guys should check out rumble dot com. Dot com. mRNA vaccine COVID vaccine dramatically increases endothelial inflammatory markers and ACS risk. As measured by the PU LS cardiac test, a warning. Issued by the American Heart Association. Says at the end we conclude that the M on RA mRNA vaccine dramatically increases inflammation on the endothelium and T cell infiltration of cardiac muscle and may account for the observations of increased thrombosis, cardio, myopathy, and other vascular events following vaccination. That's the American Heart Association, everybody. The American Heart Association again says we conclude that the mRNA vaccine dramatically increases inflammation on the endothelium and T cell T cell infiltration of cardiac muscle and may account for the observations of increased thrombosis, cardiomyopathy, and other vascular events following the

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"inflammation" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

08:41 min | 8 months ago

"inflammation" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"Of your intestines. And consider how many things we eat on a daily basis that our body probably doesn't recognize or might not necessarily agree with us. Sometimes these are even healthy things, like kale, cheese or dairy or things that one person they might be perfectly healthy and they might even consider that clean eating, but for you, your body doesn't respond to it. Your body has a reaction to the food. Like there's a you have a food sensitivity that means that your body doesn't like this particular food. It sees it as an invader or a foreign object. The body doesn't like it. The body begins to fight it, and you might not feel this or recognize this, but that reaction is going to create inflammation in your gut. Now because we're doing this all the time, right? I mean, think about it, half the food that we eat are our ancestors wouldn't even recognize it today. But half of those things like, we just eat them and don't think anything about it. Because we recognize the packaging, we recognize the food, but that doesn't necessarily mean that our bodies recognize it. And that creates inflammation in our gut lining. So how does inflammation relate to weight gain? Okay, so if you are thinking about the analogy of the sliver in your finger and understand how it is, our bodies sense fluid water to damaged tissues or tissues that are under attack. And it does so for a couple of reasons. Number one to push foreign objects out. And number two to protect tissues. So think about the last time you rolled your ankle or sprained your finger, what happened? Well, the body sent fluid to that area to protect it, right? It swelled up and almost creates like a cast around it. And that fluid, that water retention is water that your body will not get rid of. It's going to hold on to that water because that water serves as a protectant as a cast if you will. Now get this the same thing happens when you exercise. So if you're doing a new routine or a new workout or even if you're just doing something you haven't done in a while, you probably know your body becomes very sore. If you've ever stepped on a scale on a day when you were really sore, you probably noticed that the scale's gonna go up, two, three, four, 5, even 6, 7 pounds. And that is because your tissues are under attack. So you've broken down the tissue, your muscle tissue, the fibers, et cetera, you've done something new. The body says, oh, we're under attack. There's damage that's been done even though it's microscopic damage and it sends fluids or water to that area to protect the tissue while the tissues repair themselves. Now this is a good thing it's how our bodies become stronger. It's what happens when we're building muscle, but it's not uncommon, it's one of the crazy things that happens when people start exercising. They're like, wait a second. Why am I gaining weight and it can be very discouraging, that's why we say, do not get on the scale when you're feeling really sore because your body's gonna hold onto water. And water weighs a lot. Okay, now imagine that you have systemic inflammation. Inflammation in those 23 plus 5 feet of digestive tissue, all of that tissue is inflamed, and even though it's a low grade inflammation that maybe isn't something that happened yesterday or even the month before but it's been going on for years. You have this inflammation. Throughout your body. Now think about the body sending water, fluids to those areas. You're going to be bloated, and you're going to way more. This is one of the reasons why when people do a fast, for example, and they remove those foods that are inflammatory from their diet, even if it's not a fast, even just figuring out which foods are causing you inflammation and eliminating those from your diet just for a short period of time. We'll often result in dramatic weight loss. Now I'm not saying this is loss of body fat, and that's not what's going on. What's going on is your body will start flushing fluids because it's no longer inflamed. It's no longer under attack. That is why when you are doing a properly supported fast, a fast where you have led up to it by getting yourself into ketogenic state by understanding the people who are at risk to do a fast because not everyone should be fasting. Not every population should go without food and of course there are fast mimicking diets, meaning diets where you're eliminating inflammatory foods, you're still eating some nutrients, but you are tricking the body and also eliminating inflammatory foods. And so the process creates autophagy. Autophagy is a process by which not only are you eliminating inflammation, but you're creating a process where the body kills off dead and broken cells, and regenerates new, healthy cells. All right, so now I think you're beginning to understand why inflammation is often at the root of unexplained weight gain. Have you ever had one of those weekends or even one of those days where the next morning you're on the scale and you're like, what the heck? How is it possible that I gained 6 pounds overnight like I didn't eat that differently? I don't think or I exercised yesterday like, why would I have gained like 6, 7 pounds overnight? I'm sure you've had that happen. Everybody has. That is often the result of inflammation. It could have been from the workout, it could have been from something you ate. Even something healthy. That your body doesn't agree with. So how in the heck do we figure out what it is that's causing us inflammation? Well, the first and most obvious almost universal thing that you can do is eliminate foods that are fake and foreign. In other words, the more processed the foods you eat are, the less likely your body is going to recognize them. That's number one. Number two is to notice the signs of even the healthy things you might be eating, which are causing inflammation, which you may have a food sensitivity to. And this means being acutely aware of how your body responds, like, noticing, when you wake up, how do your fingers feel? Like, do wear rings? You know, some days you wake up and you can pull your rings off and then other days, you would have to take a saw to get them off. I've had those days where you're like, what the heck? I start to get like finger claustrophobia where I have to get soap and get the rings off. And that's just on a morning where I notice I have a lot of swelling. And for me, I could almost a 100% of the time attribute it to what I ate the day before. That's one of the number one reasons why I'm gonna have inflammation. So I pay attention to swelling in my joints and fingers. Pay attention to it like when you're elbows and your knees and your joints just feel achy and painful. Very often that is a result of inflammation systemic inflammation that is your body's way of saying like we're swollen right now, and that's why you're feeling pain. Now, the only way you're gonna be able to figure out what food it was for you is if you notice it and you can remember, what did I have in the last like 24 to 48 hours? That's why I use my push journal to write things down. And I don't write down like super detailed notes. I just write down enough so that I for one can kind of remember what it was I had. This is how I discovered that quinoa was one of the foods that created great inflammation for me. Also, almost all dairy products holy cow. Anytime I had like frozen yogurt, wow, wow, wow. The next day could get on the scale and I would go up by like four or 5 pounds. I'm not even joking. Same was true with quinoa. I mean, for me, the list goes on and on and on. But eventually I was able to figure out if in fact I could have some of these foods, but in smaller dosages. Smaller quantities, if you will, because some foods are more sensitive to them because it's a cumulative. Dairy is one of those things for me. For a long period of time, I could not have dairy, I could not have popcorn. Popcorn is one of those foods that I shouldn't have it night after night. Like I can have it once a week, maybe, and I'm gonna find myself getting a little bit inflamed the next day..

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Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for children?

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for children?

"The food and drug administration has determined child sized doses of Pfizer's Kopet nineteen vaccine are safe and effective for younger children hi Ben Thomas with a look at the potential side effects that were examined the FDA assess the vaccine safety in thirty one hundred youngsters and found they had similar or fewer reactions than older people largely sore arms are aching us but one very rare side effect that has shown up in teens and young adults through intense scrutiny myocarditis or heart inflammation those affected have been mostly young men and teenage boys usually after the second dose and they have tended to recover quickly experts note covert nineteen itself also causes heart information often more severe U. S. health officials concluded for five to eleven year olds the vaccine's benefits outweighed that small risk I'm Ben Thomas

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Cheap antidepressant shows promise treating early COVID-19

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 8 months ago

Cheap antidepressant shows promise treating early COVID-19

"There may be another tool in the fight against severe cobit nineteen infection and it comes in the form of a pill already on the market a new study finds an antidepressant fluvoxamine was able to reduce the need for hospitalization among high risk adults with Kobe nineteen fluvoxamine was tested because it's known to reduce inflammation in addition to treating depression and obsessive compulsive behavior a study in Brazil found sixteen percent of those with underlying conditions needed hospitalization after getting cold bit but only eleven percent of those taking fluvoxamine needed the enhanced medical support it only costs about four dollars for a course of treatment while antibody IV medications cost about two thousand dollars this was part of a larger study of eight existing drugs to see if they might be used against Kobe eight nineteen hydroxide chloroquine ivermectin and met foreman have not panned out hi Jackie Quinn

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"inflammation" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

05:49 min | 8 months ago

"inflammation" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Phytochemicals that reduce inflammation and fight all different types of diseases. But you know what trying to avoid. Eating fried foods foods that at sugar. Now i'm not gonna say steer clear the red meat but limited everything in moderation. You don't need red meat every day. You don't eat red meat six days a week. You have to keep in mind transfat promote inflammation you talking about like margarine. Stay away from that. That's like that's like. Oh my gosh. i don't even know how bad to say it's bad for you but marge is like a no-go think about this. You inflammation markers could be within range right healthy range then you can go right out and eat a double cheeseburger with small fries and your inflammation markers which shoot up within a few minutes after eating a and stay well above range for at least seven hours. Go back to your doctor to another blood test have have more blood work up with inflammation panels in it. And you'll see exactly what i'm talking about you. Will you know what if you operating a vehicle right. Now do me a favor. Pull it over to the side wrote if you cross the street. I want you to save. Hurry up and safely get across the street and if you carrying something heavy take a moment rested down. Why because i need everyone in a relaxed state right now. Because i need to to close your eyes and i need you to say to you so acupunctures in my life in now open you and now brand new and brand new york and in being brand new. You're gonna add twenty minute walks to your daily schedule of activities. I try you want to start lowering inflammation immediately. That's what you. I speak a lot of regular activity. How it helps. Reduce inflammatory body fat known as visceral fat activity also increased production of certain anti inflammatory proteins in your body. That helps yourselves us to sugar. The tenure blood is energy. Lowering your insulin levels okay. So we're going to add that twenty minute walk so if that means twenty minutes less sleep time then so be. That's what it'll be okay. And it will also going to spice up what we ingest with certain herbs such as tomb raking in ginger which has anti-inflammatory compound in it. Okay the also want to add maybe even a little mustard seat now. I know many individuals will not like mustard cheat. I it grew on me to newquay taste. You can also try holy basil. An you wanna look at balancing out your gut microbial because imbalanced gut microbiome that being good bacteria bad bacteria tends to lead to inflammatory disease. Now think about that. When i talk about the imbalance of any on. It's about balance. Try some bone broth every now. And then because it's loaded with micronutrient in the healing types of amino acids like glued mean lysine imp- rolling. Spice it up with a little kimchi. Which is affirmative food and then go in to see an acupuncturist and discuss losing weight super super important discuss boozing way because with with easter nutrition counseling at domino acupuncture. Who can't go wrong you since you can't go wrong just by simply making acupuncture part of your life because acupunctures my life what's yours..

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Former Secretary of State Colin Powell Dies From COVID Complications

The Dan Bongino Show

01:20 min | 9 months ago

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell Dies From COVID Complications

"You probably heard Colin Powell died this morning from complications from COVID I was about to go on many of you watch them Monday morning I do a regularly scheduled appearance on Fox and Friends It wasn't canceled It was just obviously was breaking news and given that prioritize obviously for a good reason during breaking news like that people who are familiar with Colin Powell and her Newman worked with him that didn't happen which was the right decision to make But yeah it's been an interesting day also the man you know we just got notification of his death and of course the politics have to come out right away and it's just I'm not going to involve that I'm not doing that Not now You know I refuse to do what these lefties do I'm not going to do it Remember when any prominent conservative dies of COVID it's a celebratory moment for the left who thinks it's hilarious There's nothing hilarious about someone dying from a disease like this You know essentially suffocating to death from inflammation in their lungs Yeah if you think that's hilarious you should probably seek some serious I'm not kidding Mental health professional and consult with him or her to decide what's wrong with you and your rotting carcass of a

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Iceland Halts Moderna Jabs Over Heart-Inflammation Fears

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Iceland Halts Moderna Jabs Over Heart-Inflammation Fears

"Stops the use of the modern of vaccine not just for teenagers or people under thirty for everyone. The risk of heart problems is too high according to icelandic health authorities. Back in may right before. I got married the last episode. We did actually remember this connor. We asked our audience. Hey has anyone had any adverse events to the vaccine. See and a couple of weeks. I came back to thousands and thousands and thousands of emails of adverse events of people dropping of people that parents drop dead losing regular mobile. You know motor function and of course. The media continued their propagandist. Push against anyone that dared. Ask the

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"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

03:03 min | 9 months ago

"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"One and five serum farrington. This is your on iron. Storage marker what happens is when we have inflammation we oftentimes will have elevations here and the reason for that is. It's what we call. An acute phase reacted where keeping iron and storage not putting it into utilized utilization. Excuse me because a lot of pathogens parasites and bacteria will use iron out. Help their body grow or help them grow and so and cancer cells will as well and so the bought one of the ways. The body deals with that is it keeps its iron in storage for him so fairton levels go up but oftentimes will start to see like serum iron and stuff like that. Go down now also if we do have too much iron k. Like a condition called hyper chroma. Toast this in that condition. We have too much iron. And so of course we'll see farrington high end too much iron crates. Oxidation creates more inflammation. So that can be an issue. Red blood cell with so the red blood cells should have a certain size when they grow larger than they should. That's a sign of inflammation homocysteine. Which is a breakdown product methionine metabolism and can turn into glutathione as a master antioxidant. But also at a. You know if we don't have the bright b. vitamins. For example b six b twelve b to and full eight or nine then we end up with elevated homocysteine which creates more oxidative stress. Increased risk of things like strokes heart heart disease alzheimer's disease so really damages the vascular tissue arith- recite sedimentation reiter. Es are along with platelets when these are elevated son of really sticky blood. So it's a sign of Inflammation in the system drives up. Yes aren platelets lactate dehydrogenation l. d. h. Which is a breakdown product Or an enzyme. I should say that helps with lack with with glucose metabolism so when we see this really high. It's a sign. We have poor metabolic flexibility. And it's also a sign that we our bodies are inflamed and so there More h. is coming out of the cells came. It's really low. it's also a sign of reactive hypoglycemia. Or you know. Basically a poor ability to burn glucose for fuel so that's also an issue so we ideals zone is some around like one forty to one eighty neutra neutrophils lymphocytes ratio. These are white blood cells and we should really have the optimal ratio of these. And i talk about that in the inflammatory lab markers You know Video but you know it's roughly Know just just under one point five so we don't want a lot more neutral fills to lymphocytes. And i see this often on people and so when we have chronic inflammation neutral fills go up. Lymphocytes are depressed and that is an issue to sign..

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"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

03:52 min | 9 months ago

"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Learn more about it. And of course you can pick the book up on amazon. You're gonna love it. Thanks so much guys. This podcast is an audio recording of one of my most popular youtube videos on inflammation aging. So inflammation is really. How inflammation accelerates the agent process in our body you know inflammation is literally behind every single chronic degenerative condition and inflammation will age your skin your joints and your brain faster than anything and so i go through the root causes of inflammation and the natural strategies. You can take to help. Slow down the aging process help keep inflammation or control so you can really thrive in life. You guys are gonna love this podcast. And if you haven't left us a five star review please do that. We would be so honored. Just go to apple. Itunes scroll to the bottom of our podcast. You can leave a review when you do that..

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Sweden Halts Use of Moderna's COVID Vaccine in Under 30s

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 9 months ago

Sweden Halts Use of Moderna's COVID Vaccine in Under 30s

"There's kind of this platforming of the scandinavian countries that so many people on the left participate and i think there's some things that sweden and denmark get right at least up until recently sweden denmark had some of the most sane immigration policies on the planet that you must speak the language love the country. We're not going to open up our borders. Everyone that has changed recently since the syrian refugee crisis. Denmark doesn't have a minimum wage. Sweden has full school choice. Sweden also i think handled the chief virus and the chinese corona virus. Better than any other country that i can think of. Refusing the lockdown trusting their citizens to make good choices. And let's say rejecting the lockdowns in more ways than what but still. The american left wants to talk about sweden and denmark. Did you know breaking today. Sweden and denmark have halted maderna's chinese corona virus shocked or vaccine for younger people. The swedish walked watchdog sites increased risk of heart inflammation. This is from bloomberg dot com. So if the modern shot is unacceptable for people under thirty because of a heart risk in the pfizer shot should be too. They are effectively. The same product far more alike than they are different. In the primary difference is dosage and pfizer shows very significant myocarditis increase. Risk to remember. This problem was first seen in israel where pfizer was only used in israel.

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Kershaw 1st Win Since June, Streaking Dodgers Top Shaky Reds

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Kershaw 1st Win Since June, Streaking Dodgers Top Shaky Reds

"Clayton Kershaw picked up his first win since June twenty seventh as the Dodgers knocked off the Reds eight to five Kershaw allowed one run and three hits over five innings striking out eight in the Dodgers eighth win in nine games it was a second start since returning from elbow inflammation Gavin locks and Corey Seager each hit two run homers for Los Angeles which is trying to chase down the giants for the NL west title will Smith also homered for LA the Reds dropped their eighth straight series is Wade Miley was tagged for six runs and nine hits in a season low three innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:57 min | 10 months ago

"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"And biotoxins happens when these biotoxins affect the body adversely so we're looking at things like mold and yeast so mold exposure from are from the air for example lime disease different viral infections like epstein barr bacterial endotoxins like something called l. p. s. lipopolysaccharide rides. Which is a bacterial waste product. That's released from the gut that get into the bloodstream and schrager inflammation. So these are all things that drive-up inflammation in the body. Now we look at chronic infections lime disease epstein barr can increase chronic inflammation and triggered join inflammation joint pain and other musculoskeletal problems and one thousand nine hundred ninety. Five review published in the american journal of medicine found that joint tendon and muscle pain or common characteristics of lyme disease. We have a serious issue of chronic lyme disease now normally we should be able to deal with the lime. Spiro keats And however unfortunately many people in our society do to a compromised. Immune system have a massive overgrowth of these parakeets that they typically encounter from a tick bite or possibly mosquito bite at some stage in their life that becomes reactivated oftentimes and drives up more inflammation the body or two thousand eleven study published in the journal of american academy of orthopedic surgery found that joint inflammation is a common orthopedic complication of chronic lyme disease. Two thousand sixteen case report published in rheumatology clinical found that epstein barr virus can lead to inflammatory patterns and joint inflammation so these are definitely important considerations. That we've gotta look at. We also have to deal with mike o. Toxins micro-toxins our taxes that are produced by molds and these compounds are known as biotoxins as well and they're poisonous substances produced by living organisms and so mycotoxin kind of the way that mold has plant warfare right so it's competing with bacteria it's competing with other living organisms and it releases micro-toxins as part of its chemical warfare process. Unfortunately these micro-toxins burke post they're gonna drive up inflammation in our body as well. A two thousand three study published in clinical rheumatology found that mold for moisture damage can trigger an autoimmune response and result in related joint symptoms and joint inflammation so mold and mycotoxin exposure are definitely big issues that we've got to make sure that reducing our overall exposure to and i'm going to go through some solutions to as we go on now before we that i'm i'm covering all you know. Some of the major causes. I should say i'm not necessarily all of them. There are things like for example oral infections cava -tations and different issues going on in our mouth right so many people are dealing with Cabinet in their mouth which are areas that have banned like we've had teeth pulled that are harboring bacteria they have root canals that are harboring bacteria just basically depleting the immune system driving up inflammation..

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"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:57 min | 10 months ago

"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"And biotoxins happens when these biotoxins affect the body adversely so we're looking at things like mold and yeast so mold exposure from are from the air for example lime disease different viral infections like epstein barr bacterial endotoxins like something called l. p. s. lipopolysaccharide rides. Which is a bacterial waste product. That's released from the gut that get into the bloodstream and schrager inflammation. So these are all things that drive-up inflammation in the body. Now we look at chronic infections lime disease epstein barr can increase chronic inflammation and triggered join inflammation joint pain and other musculoskeletal problems and one thousand nine hundred ninety. Five review published in the american journal of medicine found that joint tendon and muscle pain or common characteristics of lyme disease. We have a serious issue of chronic lyme disease now normally we should be able to deal with the lime. Spiro keats And however unfortunately many people in our society do to a compromised. Immune system have a massive overgrowth of these parakeets that they typically encounter from a tick bite or possibly mosquito bite at some stage in their life that becomes reactivated oftentimes and drives up more inflammation the body or two thousand eleven study published in the journal of american academy of orthopedic surgery found that joint inflammation is a common orthopedic complication of chronic lyme disease. Two thousand sixteen case report published in rheumatology clinical found that epstein barr virus can lead to inflammatory patterns and joint inflammation so these are definitely important considerations. That we've gotta look at. We also have to deal with mike o. Toxins micro-toxins our taxes that are produced by molds and these compounds are known as biotoxins as well and they're poisonous substances produced by living organisms and so mycotoxin kind of the way that mold has plant warfare right so it's competing with bacteria it's competing with other living organisms and it releases micro-toxins as part of its chemical warfare process. Unfortunately these micro-toxins burke post they're gonna drive up inflammation in our body as well. A two thousand three study published in clinical rheumatology found that mold for moisture damage can trigger an autoimmune response and result in related joint symptoms and joint inflammation so mold and mycotoxin exposure are definitely big issues that we've got to make sure that reducing our overall exposure to and i'm going to go through some solutions to as we go on now before we that i'm i'm covering all you know. Some of the major causes. I should say i'm not necessarily all of them. There are things like for example oral infections cava -tations and different issues going on in our mouth right so many people are dealing with Cabinet in their mouth which are areas that have banned like we've had teeth pulled that are harboring bacteria they have root canals that are harboring bacteria just basically depleting the immune system driving up inflammation..

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"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

04:05 min | 10 months ago

"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Two thousand twenty study published in clinical rheumatology showed that participants with autoimmune joint inflammation found that increased gleich hated hemoglobin. Her hemoglobin a. one c. Which is one of the key. Labs that we look at when we're looking at inflammation it's a long term marker of blood sugar imbalances and other heart disease risk factors so a high hemoglobin antsy. Means your blood. Sugar has been elevated for a long period of time and that elevation creates like haitian where the sugar molecule binds to proteins and creates a change in the way that the protein reacts and the protein becomes highly reactive and damaging it creates a lot of oxidative stress in the system which can increase your risk of heart disease join inflammation all those types of things so basically people with higher levels of hemoglobin a one c meaning higher blood. Sugar levels had more inflammation in their system and more symptomatic autoimmune joint inflammation so very important that we get rid of you know or minimize our exposure to bad food ingredients. That so important. So insulin resistance is developed. Because you know in a sense we eat. We tend to eat a high carbohydrate diet in our society. So if you're eating cereal oatmeal things like that for breakfast. That is going to drive up your blood sugar. now though. Sugar molecules will glide kate proteins and they'll create these advanced like haitian end-products he's ag is the damage tissues..

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"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

04:05 min | 10 months ago

"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Two thousand twenty study published in clinical rheumatology showed that participants with autoimmune joint inflammation found that increased gleich hated hemoglobin. Her hemoglobin a. one c. Which is one of the key. Labs that we look at when we're looking at inflammation it's a long term marker of blood sugar imbalances and other heart disease risk factors so a high hemoglobin antsy. Means your blood. Sugar has been elevated for a long period of time and that elevation creates like haitian where the sugar molecule binds to proteins and creates a change in the way that the protein reacts and the protein becomes highly reactive and damaging it creates a lot of oxidative stress in the system which can increase your risk of heart disease join inflammation all those types of things so basically people with higher levels of hemoglobin a one c meaning higher blood. Sugar levels had more inflammation in their system and more symptomatic autoimmune joint inflammation so very important that we get rid of you know or minimize our exposure to bad food ingredients. That so important. So insulin resistance is developed. Because you know in a sense we eat. We tend to eat a high carbohydrate diet in our society. So if you're eating cereal oatmeal things like that for breakfast. That is going to drive up your blood sugar. now though. Sugar molecules will glide kate proteins and they'll create these advanced like haitian end-products he's ag is the damage tissues..

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"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:35 min | 10 months ago

"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Age we really don't die from infections. That's very rare in in a first world country but the body is hardwired itself to protect itself against some sort of infectious bacteria from damaging major regions of the body. And so the way that it's it's hardwired. This adaptation is through inflammation inflammation is an immune response where the body starts up regulating all these different immune cells that damage things and they take they certainly will target damage bacteria and protect us from dying from the infection. The unfortunate thing is when they're up when when we have inflammation up for a period of time. It damages are vital organs as well. You know we've all experienced like a sprained ankle and we've had swelling and pain in that area that's part of the inflammation processes damaging tissue. It's actually breaking down tissue so that the to the tissue can be rebuilt. it's also protecting against the infection. The problem is when that inflammation never stops and when it's a low grade Kind of smoldering level of inflammation over time that damages different regions right in affects every system of the body. And of course today we're talking about joints and the main things that will experience when we have chronic joint inflammation is joint degeneration osteoarthritis. And of course we will have pain rights. We'll have pain in the joint. While limited range of motion and mobility in the joint and we will obviously experience painted discomfort and a loss of interest star ranger motion and our ability to really live the way that we wanna live. So here's an example of a normal joint here's an example of osteoarthritic joint right a inflamed damaged joint now typically takes a minimum of twenty to thirty years of chronic joint inflammation. It's not like this happens overnight. Usually a long process. Twenty thirty years of chronic inflammation in the joint to get to do to degenerate. Like this case. So it's not even like a year or two. Although you know in certain cases you can have like a car accident whiplash or you know major trauma possibly to your knee. This is a knee joint for example. That accelerates the inflammation of time however usually these are processes that take quite quite a few years decades to

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What is Joint Inflammation?

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:35 min | 10 months ago

What is Joint Inflammation?

"Age we really don't die from infections. That's very rare in in a first world country but the body is hardwired itself to protect itself against some sort of infectious bacteria from damaging major regions of the body. And so the way that it's it's hardwired. This adaptation is through inflammation inflammation is an immune response where the body starts up regulating all these different immune cells that damage things and they take they certainly will target damage bacteria and protect us from dying from the infection. The unfortunate thing is when they're up when when we have inflammation up for a period of time. It damages are vital organs as well. You know we've all experienced like a sprained ankle and we've had swelling and pain in that area that's part of the inflammation processes damaging tissue. It's actually breaking down tissue so that the to the tissue can be rebuilt. it's also protecting against the infection. The problem is when that inflammation never stops and when it's a low grade Kind of smoldering level of inflammation over time that damages different regions right in affects every system of the body. And of course today we're talking about joints and the main things that will experience when we have chronic joint inflammation is joint degeneration osteoarthritis. And of course we will have pain rights. We'll have pain in the joint. While limited range of motion and mobility in the joint and we will obviously experience painted discomfort and a loss of interest star ranger motion and our ability to really live the way that we wanna live. So here's an example of a normal joint here's an example of osteoarthritic joint right a inflamed damaged joint now typically takes a minimum of twenty to thirty years of chronic joint inflammation. It's not like this happens overnight. Usually a long process. Twenty thirty years of chronic inflammation in the joint to get to do to degenerate. Like this case. So it's not even like a year or two. Although you know in certain cases you can have like a car accident whiplash or you know major trauma possibly to your knee. This is a knee joint for example. That accelerates the inflammation of time however usually these are processes that take quite quite a few years decades to

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The Risks of Using Bleach for Cleaning

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

02:04 min | 10 months ago

The Risks of Using Bleach for Cleaning

"Cleaning. Products can be hazardous landing hundreds of thousands of children in us. Emergency rooms and the product. Most commonly associated with injury was bleach. Which can be toxic even if used as directed. We've known that those with asthma. Who work with cleaning products day in and day out can suffer adverse respiratory effects of worsening of symptoms declining lung function inflamed airways but even cleaning workers without asthma can be affected even below so-called acceptable exposure levels cleaners with or without reactive airways can suffer a substantial increase in lung function. Okay but that's people who clean for a living. Although we've known that occupational use of leech may have adverse respiratory health effects but it was unknown whether just common domestic use of bleach in the household may book lungs at risk until now bleach use was significantly associated with nearly five times yards of non allergic adult onset asthma as well as ongoing lower respiratory symptoms such as chronic cough. The way bleach works is as such a strong pro oxidant that the thought is that can lead to like leaky longs and allow allergens to penetrate this phenomenon of cleaning product induced. Asthma has been known for decades. Three quarters of the dozens of population is looking into it. Found increased risk of asthma or nasal inflammation. Ideally safer clean products should be available. Unfortunately this body of evidence has been largely ignored by the manufacturers and commercial cleaning companies and most of workers put at risk. Are women in fact. That may help. Explain some of the gender differences and asthma. The relatively high frequency of bleach us for home cleaning by women around the world together with a strong association between bleach using non allergic asthma emphasizes the need for reconsidering the use of bleach for cleaning.

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Cold Laser Therapy: A Health Revelation With Dr. Kirk Gair

Break The Rules

01:58 min | 10 months ago

Cold Laser Therapy: A Health Revelation With Dr. Kirk Gair

"You define cold laser therapy or so. We look at at at cold laser therapy. That means it's non-thermal because there are some lays out there that are thermal. There's some high powered ones that work by heating up the tissue low level lasers. They've been used since the nineteen sixties. And they're really pioneered in the former soviet union where there was so much research by nineteen seventy four that the russians were using them in their state-sponsored Medical care so they're using them for every branch of medicine basically even if it was. Obgyn if it was a oncology neurology orthopedics because they were able to see that it can help people to heal much faster. By the way the laser actually stimulate. Some changes will be called photo biochemical changes so the easiest way to think about lasers. Let's start with plants. Let's look at photosynthesis so you've gotta plants leaf and when sunlight hits the plant's leaf. They will absorb the photons of energy. Sounds like star trek but it absorbs photons and then the plant will convert that into food through photosynthesis so that's one simple way that living organisms can use light in humans when sunlight hits us. We can't make food but we can absorb that energy and make vitamin d that goes throughout the body in order to cause you to me stronger bones or affect the immune system and inflammation or the sunlight can cause you make me Melon for a suntan melatonin for your sleep wake cycles and for some people. They can't even get seasonal affective disorder. Where if they don't get enough light they can get depressed so we know that our bodies are already light reactive now. What happens when we get laser on the skin. You're not gonna make food or vitamin d or a melanin. But you're gonna make some other molecules that have a really powerful impact. One of the primary ones is you're going to make atp which is made in the mitochondria and so you have listeners. Who have autoimmune conditions fibromyalgia. Very common especially in females Where they have issues with their mighty country. The laser supports that by helping it to make extra energy extra. Atp and that can affect every single on your body brain cells as

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 Moderna: Heart Inflammation Risk Boosted Slightly by Vaccine

The Russ Martin Show

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Moderna: Heart Inflammation Risk Boosted Slightly by Vaccine

"Suggests the Moderna Covid vaccine might be linked to a higher risk of heart inflammation in young adults. Sarah Bartlett would details the FDA and CDC are taking a close look at new data from Canada. It indicates the risk of an extremely rare heart condition called myocarditis might be higher than previously thought. For young adults who received the Moderna vaccine. The potentially greater risk appears most notably for men younger than 30. I'm Sarah

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"inflammation" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"inflammation" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"So it's very injury everybody's clear we're talking about traumatic brain injury of physical injury. That could be a car accident or hitting your head on the counter. Really hard or in the bathroom or sports injuries. Something like that. Yes the interesting is about brain. Is we've understood head injuries wrong. To begin with we've always thought his head injuries like you can head injury and go. Hey are you okay. I'm dizzy will give it a couple of days. Okay busy your That's not what happens happens. Is you get a brain injury. These cells get turned on a forest fire over the next years. They recruit other ones. Another one other That inflation gets more inflammatory. perpetuate the vicious cycle and that same injury is totally different. Ten years from the date of injury. This is why some people don't make the connection But thought it was fine of wants to my doctor. Look at people's they sit fine you know and it's like no. We're learning by this. This is the field of chronic traumatic. Encephalopathy is that these things really linger on and be able to get prime khalil sales the than the disproportional brain symptoms anytime have systemic inflammation. So that's that's the key. That's the key distinguishing factor. Once these closer are there. They're there unless you get rid of through toffee. Which is were intermittent fasting and those things can. It will start talk about the very minute. How could intermittent fasting and some form of fasting be process. That could get rid of these prime clear cells. Internship were making references from animal studies to humans. But we we can't do humid steady. Put him on diet. Cut the brain up and look at slices and so you know but the close enough were week makes good influences. So we know happens. Is that People get into an intermittent fasting state. They turn on different. Gene expression sells 'em torn other pathways. That allow these cells to have healthy ones dissolved. Chew up the dead ones. The prime wanna get it up. There also happens with debris in the brain so that's really the main the main thing. There's no nutraceutical that gets rid of prime sales. There's nutro-ceuticals that can dampen inflammation in the brain like visuals in tumor virtual green tea cadet information bring but to actually change the actual deal sales at the actually get rid of debris in the brain the trenin the.

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"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Turned out inflammation and actually helps rebuild new immune cells. You guys are gonna love podcast and if you know anybody at dealing with inflammation auto immunity. Send them this podcast. This is life saving information. And if you haven't subscribe to our channel. Please do that now. You never miss one of these valuable. Podcasts and i would be so honored if you took a moment and left us a five star review on apple. I tunes just simply scroll down to the bottom of your apple. Itunes podcast player under my show in. You'll see where it says. You know lieber review go ahead and leave on there and how would be just really honored if you did that. Thanks so much for being a part of our community and let's go into the show. Well hello there. Everybody this is dr. Today i'm talking about the fasting transformation. And how you can use fasting to help reduce inflammation and auto immunity and so fasting. I consider the most ancient inexpensive and powerful healing strategy known to mankind. Because if it's incredible ability to down regulate inflammation in the body to turn on genetic switches for the body to heal and repair itself. You know the body doesn't need any help. Healing just needs no interference. The body knows how to heal. We just have to remove. The interference and fasting is really the way to do that. It's incredible what can happen. And there's so much research coming out on this topic. Some really excited about this presentation. So most of us have heard about inflammation and inflammation is an immune response in our body. See more people. Throughout the history of mankind have died from some sort of chronic systemic infection than anything else throughout the history of mankind so that means an infection that got into the bloodstream spread throughout the body and went into you major organ system like the heart or the lungs and gave them pneumonia or got into the nervous system and caused meningitis and they died quickly and so to prevent a bacterial infection from killing us quickly. Our bodies have adapted over the years and they've credit this process called inflammation. And so when you get a cut when you sprain your ankle you you know you're joint gets inflamed your body associates any sort of tissue injury like any sort of trauma tissue injury with Almost like an abrasion where the bloodstream is affected and now bacteria can pile into the bloodstream and so it creates a whole bunch of inflammation which is an immune response all these immune cells that aggregate to that region to help prevent against the bacteria from getting in and taking over our body and literally eating our body so inflammation per protects against. It's also part of the healing process helps break down damaged tissue so then our body. Can you know that's moved out of the way. So now the body can go in and rebuild new healthier tissue saw part of the process. The problem is in our society. Today we have chronic systemic infection. Or i'm sorry. Chronic systemic inflammation and. That's the issue. So now we're we what we've gotta do as dampen the inflammatory response and we know that inflammation is at the root of practically every chronic health condition in our society effects. All the major organ systems and depending on your genetics.

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"inflammation" Discussed on The Model Health Show

The Model Health Show

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"inflammation" Discussed on The Model Health Show

"Welcome to the marajo show. This has been a nutrition expert shawn stevenson. And i'm so grateful tuning me today on this episode. We're diving into an inflammation masterclass breaking down. What inflammation actually is in how. It's a contributing factor to a myriad of different health issues and most importantly we're going to address what we can actually do to reduce our rates of chronic and acute inflammation. First and foremost we need to demystify. What inflammation actually is an inflammation is the biological processes that your body uses to defend itself from harm's such as infections injuries and even toxicants these processes of inflammation include the following factors one. It can increase the activity of immune cells such as b. cells and t cells so it's going to increase immune cell activity to address this inflammatory component. This inflammation is really sending out a distress signal to your immune system to your immune cells to take action to address either an infection or an injury or even some kind of exposure also the processes of inflammation can include increased production of antibodies and sidled kinds coming from our immune cells also inflammation can lead to increase blood flow to the damaged area and inflammation can even increase the production of stress related hormones. The word inflammation itself is derived from latin root word meaning to set on fire and oftentimes some of the symptoms that we might experience a burning sensation and pain. Swelling aching congestion. If we're talking about in relationship to a viral exposure or a bacterial infection where we start to have inflammation showing up in the form of congestion. But in many cases you may not even be aware that the inflammation is taking place until a significant part of our health gets incinerated i had a lot of inflammatory activities happening behind the scenes especially when we get into the state of chronic low grade inflammation that so epidemic today in our society. Inflammation can also contribute to abnormal blood pressure and blood sugar. It can contribute to abnormal. Hormone function can contribute to reduce cognitive function. And so much more. This is why addressing inflammation is such an important topic today. Oftentimes it seems very mysterious. Kind of this ghost in the machine. Inflammations coming to get me but in reality. Inflammation is a natural biological process that our body uses in many ways to heal us. However when inflammation starts to become chronic. When it's taking place in places that it shouldn't be you shouldn't be having inflammation that's where we can run into a lot of problems so let's dive in a little bit. Deeper and talk about acute inflammation versus chronic inflammation. Acute inflammation is the increased inflammatory activity from again natural short-term response to an infection or injury or toxic and that usually subsides within a matter of hours or even within a matter of days but win the inflammatory process lingers keeping your body in a constant state of alert essentially this is the foundation for chronic inflammation that right and as discover today. Chronic information plays a major role again in a myriad of diseases including alzheimer's disease diabetes autoimmune diseases obesity..

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"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"inflammation" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Great thing about fasting. As fasting stimulates autophagy genes were body recycles damage components. So fasting itself is is very anti inflammatory. Whenever we eat food we need food. We are bringing. In bacteria in different potential pathogens and so our body creates more inflammation so the act of eating is more of an inflammatory act whereas fasting by nature. Because we're not eating. we're not increasing insulin. And insulin will activate inflammation because of that. it's inherently very anti inflammatory. One of the best ways to reduce inflammation is to do a fast and fasting will stimulate self-healing through this process of autophagy where our body will break down tissue cells and organ cells within the tissue like meadow conju that have been damaged by oxidative stress. Miscavige great impact on pain levels as well as chronic disease and things like that and so on a regular basis really good idea. Do intermittent fasting and so there are many different ways of intermittent fasting. If you're in chronic pain. I would really recommend doing something like you know a sixteen to eighteen hour fast daily and then once or twice a week doing like a full one day fast or even like a thirty six or forty eight hour fast possibly once a week doing a little bit of a longer fast can really help down regulate pain and stimulate morale tafa g and help you get

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"inflammation" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"inflammation" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"You can split into components. Spectrum colors not reveals this Barcode of inflammation which is imprinted by the elements in the atmosphere, the star, but by making very accurate measurements of the issue. Can you can? You can work out the motion of the Star itself as he's pulled around by the planet and so A. Are Some has. Some moves backwards and forwards slightly as as the different planets in the solar system. Move Around Principally Jupiter that does that, but the other planning to. So that is now being observed with the The mount can't telescopes and basically. It means that you you actually extract much more inflammation because he can, he can determine the mass of the off the transiting planet. You can also determine. By looking how far it dips the light of its parent star, you can also determine its size a Nike Zeus density which tells you something about its nature. This one is is a neptune. Star Neptune sized planet, unlikely to be a home for life, but nevertheless part of the giant picture of exoplanets that we are building up now it's well over four thousand been discovered, so we live in a golden age of the planet discovery, and this is just another way in which these things can be. You know that they can be characterized. Yes, indeed, so they ended up confirming with both methods, transit and noble..

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"inflammation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"inflammation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Healthy inflammation and more can you share some of the incredible headlines on curcumin and tell us why you use this and we talk about the software a few minutes ago this patented B. C. M. ninety five formula of curcumin with seven times greater absorption okay well first of all I think while people might not know the term curcumin they may well know turmeric root which is a yellow spice and it shows up in curries and it's part of the five thousand year old Indian hired that X. system of medicine I've been studying tumor Rick and its derivative curcumin since the nineteen seventies and I'll say this right off the bat that there are almost no plant materials in the world has extensively studied is there's a couple of thousand studies can be found in the scientific and medical literature we know that curcumin is powerfully antioxidant we know that it has a remarkable capacity to protect the liver and the liver is our primary detoxifying organ it grew greatly enhances joint health so if people are experiencing joint discomfort due to over use this really helps to relieve that and it's also what we call cardio protective it helps to protect the heart it helps to maintain normal healthy cholesterol and one last thing that is really kind of astounding is that curcumin actually causes your body to produce what are called neuro protective factors in the brain so it causes your body to produce these agents in the brain that protect the actual tissue of the nerves in the brain itself there's almost nothing else that we know of that does this specifically the PCM ninety five that you mentioned offers about seven times the absorption of any other curcumin extract so when you take two hundred fifty milligrams of the stuff you get about seven times the activity that you would if you took say a comparable amount of another curcumin extracts of this in my opinion is one of the most life enhancing protective totally beneficial substances on earth and it has just decades of scientific and medical studies to back it up yeah Chris I know that we talked already about the green tea in the curcumin in your new green tea C. R. liquid soft gel formula which purity is given away for free today but first tell me about the third nutrient on the list the rest Vera trawl which is super hot right now share with us some of the headlines and the science behind resveratrol I know it's from red wine and French love it but why is it on your shortlist well Rivera trawl is one of those remarkable compounds that I just had to shake my head at how many different things it does it is found in grapes in wine grapes it also shows up in cranberries what we know about raise their trolleys that like green tea and also like curcumin extract it's profoundly anti Occident but more than that it shows significant properties when you look at some of the things in the body that happened during aging as a result of fat accumulation in tissue and insulin sensitivity respiratory all helps to protect against those things it's a powerful immune regulator and you know our immune system is responsible for keeping us healthy it is remarkably beneficial for the heart and this is why it's considered one of the keys to the so called French paradox in of the French drink a lot of red wine they eat a lot of cheese they smoke cigarettes and they stay slim and they have good cardiovascular health which just seems completely unfair but Rivera troll appears to be key in that and additionally there is a brain benefit like there is with the curcumin with blood flow to the brain so when you take rest Vera trawl you get brain blood flow this means you get more oxygen to the tissues of the brain your brain cells stay healthier longer your mind is clear sharp and focused so this is on my short list for all those reasons and for about a dozen more that would just plain take too long to explain right again we're talking with Chris Kilham also known as the Indiana Jones of natural medicine sometimes called the medicine hunter as well Chris let's laser in on how this wonderful formula that you created in conjunction with purity products I know the purities been in business now for what is over twenty years they've got a top rating from the better business bureau and people can get a complimentary bottle of this green tea C. R. today will give that number out in a few minutes but first what does the C. R. stay informed second you designed this formula in a liquid soft gel why do you like the liquid soft gel technologies so much okay first question first it's called green tea C. R. which is short for green tea curcumin and resveratrol all the big three ingredients that are in this product and meaningful protective amount the reason that it's in a liquid soft gel is that that allows for rapid and very complete absorption I'm not suggesting that there's anything wrong with tablets or capsules that contain powders because there isn't but when you have a fluid soft shell you just happened to get more quick break down of the capsule more rapid absorption and to some extent more complete absorption into the intestines that means that your body utilizes more of the ingredients in the supplements so green tea C. R. as green tea curcumin and resveratrol and the reason for a liquid soft gel is it's just a superior dosage form especially for these three particular ingredients yeah Chris before tell our listeners how they get their very own complimentary bottle of green tea C. R. tell me this if you wanted to buy this green tea plus the patented B. C. M. ninety five curcumin plus the rest Vera trawl I mean you spend close to probably at least seventy five dollars for.

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"inflammation" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"inflammation" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Inflammation and more can you share so with the incredible headlines on curcumin and tell us why you use this patented B. C. M. ninety five formula of curcumin with seven times greater absorption okay well first of all I think well people might not know the term curcumin they may well no tumor wreck route which is a yellow spice and it shows up in curry's and it's part of the five thousand year old Indian hired that X. system of medicine I've been studying Umarex and its derivative curcumin since the nineteen seventies and I'll say this right off the bat that there are almost no plant materials in the world as extensively studied is there's a couple of thousand studies can be found in the scientific and medical literature we know that creek human is powerfully antioxidant we know that it has a remarkable capacity to protect the liver and the liver is our primary detoxifying organ it greatly enhances joint health so if people are experiencing joint discomfort due to over use this really helps to relieve that and it's also what we call cardio protective it helps to protect the heart it helps to maintain normal healthy cholesterol and one last thing that is really kind of astounding is that cook human actually causes your body to produce what are called neuro protective factors in the brain so it causes your body to produce these agents in the brain that protect the actual tissue of the nerves in the brain itself there's almost nothing else that we know of that does that and specifically the B. C. M. ninety five that you mentioned offers about seven times the absorption of any other curcumin extract so when you take two hundred fifty milligrams of this stuff yet about seven times the activity that you would but if you took say a comparable amount of another curcumin extracts of this in my opinion is one of the most life enhancing protective totally beneficial substances on earth and it has just decades of scientific and medical studies to back it up I know that we talked already about the green tea in the Kerr Cuman in your new green tea see our liquid soft gel formula which purities given away for free today but tell me about the third nutrient on the list the wrists Vera troll which is super hot right now share with us some of the headlines and the science behind resveratrol I notes from red wine in French love it but why is it on your short list well Rivera trol is one of those remarkable compounds that I just had to shake my head at how many different things it does it is found in wine grapes it also shows up in cranberries what we know about resume our trolleys that like green tea and also like curcumin extract it's profoundly anti Occident but more than that it shows significant properties when you look at some of the things in the body that happened during aging as a result of that accumulation in tissue and insulin sensitivity rose very tall helps to protect against those things it's a powerful immune regulator and you know our means system is responsible for keeping us healthy it is remarkably beneficial for the heart and this is why it's considered one of the keys to the so called French paradox in of the French drink a lot of red wine they eat a lot of cheese they smoke cigarettes and they stay slim and they have good cardiovascular health but Rivera trawl appears to be key in that and additionally there is a brain benefit like there is with the Kerr Cuman with blood flow to the brain so when you take resume our trawl you get brain blood flow this means you get more oxygen to the tissues of the brain your brain cells stay healthier longer your mind is clear sharp and focused so this is on my short list for all those reasons and for about a dozen more that we just plain take too long to explain right again we're talking with Chris killing also known as the Indiana Jones of natural medicine sometimes called the medicine hunter as well Chris let's laser in on this wonderful formulas you created in conjunction with purity products I know that purities been in business now for what is over twenty years they've got a top rating from the better business bureau and people can get a complimentary bottle of this green tea C. R. today we'll give that number out in a few minutes but first what does the C. R. stand for and second you designed this formula in a liquid soft gel why do you like the liquid soft gel technology so much okay first questions first it's called green P. C. R. which is short for green tea curcumin and resume our trol the big three ingredients that are in this product in meaningful protective amount the reason that it's in a liquid soft gel is that that allows for rapid and very complete absorption when you have a fluid soft shell you just get more quick break down of the capsule more rapid absorption and to some extent more complete absorption into the intestines that means that your body utilizes more of the ingredients in the supplement yeah Chris before tell our listeners how they can get their very own complimentary bottle of green tea C. R. tell me this if you wanted to buy this green tea plus the patented B. C. M. ninety five curcumin plus the wrist Vera troll I mean you spent close to probably.

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