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"janik" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"janik" Discussed on WTOP

"It's election day at Americans are lining up at the polls to vote for ballot issues, local races, and of course, on the federal level, 435 House seats are up for grabs. And there are 35 Senate races. Our team coverage begins with CBS Wendy Gillette in Pennsylvania. In the toss up Pennsylvania Senate race between Democrat John fetterman and Republican mehmet Oz, it may come down to undecided voters like Pam janik. I purposely wait until the day before election because everybody said all of the foolish things are going to say and debates and everybody's had their ads out there and then I feel like I can look at everybody's track record. She's still on the fence, unlike Julie brewer, who votes the straight Democratic Party line. I mean, I have faith in the people of Pennsylvania to make the right decision. Atlanta. There's already talk of this battleground state of possible December runoff elections in the closely watched U.S. Senate at gubernatorial races. Republican governor Brian Kemp is facing a challenge from Democrat Stacey Abrams in a repeat of their 2018 showdown. Democratic senator Ralphie Warnock is being challenged by former football player Herschel Walker. I'm Steve futterman in Las Vegas. The race here in Nevada could determine which party controls the U.S. Senate. I think we know that the eyes of the country are going to be honest. The polls show the battle between Democrat incumbent Catherine Cortez masto and Republican challenger Adam laxalt to be virtually a dead heat. This woman supports masto. What's your perception? How close a race is this? Really close. I have no idea who's gonna win. And this man has no idea who he will vote for. Haven't made my choice yet. It's up in there. Now we've got comprehensive election coverage all day on CBS and the CBS News streaming network. North Korea says no, it's not shipping weapons to Russia for use in Ukraine. Here's CBS kami McCormack. John Yang insists it has never had arms dealings with Russia and has no plans to do so. The U.S. insists it has been channeling the weapons through countries in the Middle East and North Africa, North Korea was one of the only countries to recognize the independence of breakaway regions of Ukraine. Teslas were calling 40,000 vehicles, WWE's Jeff Gilbert. This particular Model S and model X vehicles can lose power steering assist after they hit a pothole or on rough roads. It's Tesla 17th recall of the year. If you were hoping to fly off to a far away island because you won Powerball, you'll have to wait. Last night's drawing didn't happen because of some security issues. A lotto says it's

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"janik" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:28 min | 2 months ago

"janik" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Oh yeah, yeah. And let me tell you, I was so unimpressed. I played one match and I was like, I don't really need to play the rest of this. We'll see how this pans out. I'm like, I got announced late last week. And we didn't recover it. I was just like, I don't know if people are going to care about this as much. I'm so I'm so excited to hear that there's people out there that are into omega strikers. I am way too into that game. I've been grinding. I've been laid off, as you know. And I've been playing that game and I got to the top 200 out of a 100,000. So I'm on the hockey grind. I get it. People who play, it's like soccer and hockey combined with like a moba, top down visuals. It's just like my exact kind of shit. So I really mess with it. But of all time, I got to say it's Mir's edge. That game, the park. Okay, I appreciate you. Yeah. One of my favorite games because the gunplay in that game is so weak. It's like the worst guns I've ever played in any game. So it really encourages you to run off a wall. Yeah, to not use the guns like do like a full just like pacifist playthrough where you're just like knocking people out and running and just dodging things. And I think that's so cool from a game design standpoint. That's the shit I really love. Yesterday on PS I guess today for people that are listening, right? Janik Garcia, one of the hosts. She had an amazing quote where she was describing Heineken and she was like, this game is an 8 out of ten game that 8 out of ten game that I love like it's a ten out of ten. Mirza did my example of that is an 8 out of ten game that I love like a fucking ten out of ten. Yes. That'll be tomorrow's PS I love you. Oh, is that tomorrow? What's the wait, what's today? Wait, however you record that so early? Because of schedule stuff. Oh. All right, well I guess you guys will get that episode tomorrow. But yeah, mirror's edge I'm right there with you. Dude, yeah. Right here. It's so good. The aesthetic of it is so good. The soundtrack of it's so good. The colors. Dude, the colors, yeah, the colors pop so much. It's such a white and gray aesthetic, but then the red, it guides your eye so much, and what to jump on, where to go, where the secrets are. That's a good shit. Amazing. Well, funky. Enough about mirror's edge. Let's talk about today's stories, which includes cyberpunk's resurgence, not slowing down. New publishers and developers have been announced and more because this is kind of funny games daily. Each and a week at 10 a.m. live, right here on YouTube dot com slash kind of funny games. We run you through the

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"janik" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

04:50 min | 4 months ago

"janik" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"It has this like kind of weird empty feel to it that I kind of like the fact that it was only a few of us and then I did that I did the same thing actually with Star Wars battlefront two as well and it was just something where Star Wars battlefront more popular game and there were quite a few games up and servers opened that I could hop into and hang out in. But it was this, oh, we're so far past when this is popular and the people that are here are the people that really love this thing. They're just doing the Jedi battles and all that shit. And there's like a cool atmosphere around it. Rhett did online. I'm sure there's a similar thing where, of course, way more people are probably playing Red Dead online than those games that I mentioned. But when you when you understand that compared to the other online communities that exist, Red Dead online is such a non GTA online, right? If you're playing red to online, you are part of a community. You are not part of the mass audience for the thing. And you're going through this shit together. Going in there, role playing, hanging out at the bar. All that shit sounds fun as hell. And it makes me want to salute the Red Dead online players. And also, it makes me feel bad that rockstar didn't support this game the way that it should have been supported. This should have been another hit. It is Red Dead, right? It is this vast, really cool world that they created. And it's for an audience that really, really digs this thing. I'm sure with a lot more support and thinking about it the right way, this is probably something they could have figured out. But the reality of it is probably just that GTA online makes them so much more money and it's so at this point wait usually to monetize and figure out as opposed to Red Dead. And now that it is all hands on deck for a GTA 6, that taking away the support for Red Dead. It's a bummer. But I salute to you. The Red Dead audience because that's cool, so. Story number 5, Twitter says that Genshin Impact in rural are the most discussed games of 2022 so far. This is Chris Golan at video games chronicle. Twitter has shared the most discussed games on his platform throughout the first half of 2022. According to the platform, Genshin Impact continues to be the game that most people tweet about worldwide, having been the number one most tweeted about game throughout 2021 as well. The newest entry is web puzzle game wurtele, which didn't make the top ten in 2021, but is now the second most tweeted game tweeted about game globally. Other new entries didn't appear in 2021. That didn't appear until the 2021 list include elden ring and The Legend of Zelda. The full list is as follows, right? So again, these are the most tweeted about games in the first half of 2022. It goes like this. And number ten, The Legend of Zelda, number 9, Valerie. Number 8, fake slash grand order, and number 7 elden ring number 6, apex legends, number 5 project Sakai, a number four Final Fantasy. Number three, ensemble stars. Number two, whirl than a number one Genshin Impact. Number one for the second year in a row. Janet, do these results blow you away? The world one kind of surprises me. I mean, a lot of people are playing wurtele and I think wordle has, it's funny because I guess wordle is one of the, I guess, probably the only, I guess, and in a lot of ways, games where it's a game that non gamers play. I'm very confident that people a lot of people playing world would not consider themselves gamers. I'm more confident, a lot of gamers wouldn't consider world players to be gamers. If they only play world. But I mean, you know, it is a game. So yeah, why not? So I guess that one is surprising for that reason. It's the most outlier one on this list. I think the reason why that one is up there is the fact that part of rural is the tweet your results. And so if you remember when we started to pop off amongst everybody, right? Twitter was filled with all of the blocks that would show your results. And I think that is the thing that propelled it to being number two on this list. Yeah, I'm still playing wardle. I actually forgot to play last night because I was so focused on just going to sleep after watching miss marvel. But and then talking about miss marvel. But yeah, I'm still playing wardle. Are you still playing Genshin Impact? We're leading this. We're like, we are the community, you know what I mean? You are the top of this list. I'm not talking about this publicly, Janet. Oh my God. I think I've retired. From getting. I think oh my God, the king instead. It's just such a grindy game. And I put in about 40 hours janik Garcia into Genshin Impact. And I'm still not at the place where people are like, oh, this is where the story gets good. They're like, no, you're going to get there. You're going to get there. You just got to go get these resources and get your XP up to this level and go do these quests for these guys. You'll get there. I'm like, dude, I'm 40 hours in. If I'm not at the good shit, I don't know what to tell you, man. And I think it's part of that, and then also the fact that there are game zen less zone zero looks way more up my alley and I'm actually really excited for that.

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"janik" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

They Call Us Bruce

02:59 min | 5 months ago

"janik" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"But there's a sense in which his inclusion is just about casting somebody to be themselves and so there isn't. It's not fraught in quite the way that, especially like you mentioned, representing somebody in a very simplified caricature form is. And it was a so smart to bring in people who are incredibly talented, graphic novelists and character creators. But the other thing is that having you guys there, having you kind of just ensuring that there are guardrails around the tiny, I mean, I actually think that Jiang's Jiang's representation is about as perfect as you can get in terms of reading as Asian, but also not feeling like there are shorthand cues in terms of the way the eyes are represented or the skin tone that push you into a place of potentially being insensitive or offensive. And she kind of looks a lot like you, frankly. Just kind of cool. Wow. Thank you. She's very cute. I'll take that. But janik Kim, who was a producer, she had a heavy hand in driving the design of qian, even though she doesn't usually work in the design or puppet department at all. But it was important to us that there is a little bit of colorism in eastern Asia. We didn't want her to be porcelain skin. We wanted her to read Asian. She has the black hair, and this was like Derek's doing, he's just like, we don't need to put human eyes on a Muppet. And I'm like, gosh, that's a good point. Google tried Googling human eyes on a mup 'cause people have photoshopped like Bloodshot, like human eyes on like Bert and Ernie and it is a nightmare. But for a puppet, you know, like none of these eyes are realistic, they're all gigantic and round, you think of like, you know, aster boy and how they like, you know, enlarge those eyes to show expression. Her eyes are not like all belong in vertical shape. Birds is, you know, they're not like super tiny and slanty, but like, why would hers be so human in comparison to the other Muppets? But between that and between her hair and her coloring, me as her performer, and then there's all these little details that you would notice. We had a an episode where we had a bunch of Korean kids come on. Because it was like a young centric episode. I don't think I could say what it is about. But they noticed, first of all, again, I don't assume that anybody has heard of her because like we did this special, we've done a couple of YouTube videos like, who am I? But then these 12 year old girls way older than sesame's demo age. They all freaked out when they saw qiang. They're all Korean. And they noticed right away, wait a second, does she have a monolid? And I said, yes. Yes, she does that with some purpose. That was on purpose and no one would notice except for you guys.

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"janik" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

07:42 min | 6 months ago

"janik" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"I mean, there could be a women's match. It doesn't go straight through the night matches, right? But if it gets a night match, the whole thing can be over in 42 minutes. I got an issue with that. I think for that reason, that actually might not put fiance on a night session. It's too big of a risk. A fundamental problem with the way they're setting it up. Right. But to be 7 o'clock, two matches, if it's three set, three setters and one match of its 5 7. And again, as much as obviously, the U.S. open is the one I started on, but they're opening night. I've had to work on that opening night many times. And there was one year there was so much pump. And so, I mean, it was getting out of control. And they, you know, they give you the shot sheet of what's happening. And there was all this crazy a lot of speeches and the flag thing and the videos and the shout outs and the singer and I finally said to one of the USA marketing, I mean, this is crazy. The match is the match isn't going to start until so late. And I said, how can you keep doing this? And he said, well, we have to wait until it's dark enough for the fireworks to look good. And that's when I lost, that's what I really lost my enthusiasm. But yeah, I mean, really, I mean, if I works have been around for like, I don't know, 5000 years. I mean, they're nice, but I have an issue with you. I'm new to this place. So to me, this is how the French Open is. I'm not used to not having a night. Because there have been here before. So does it just fundamentally change the way you, I don't know, operating your day even if you're here as media or if you're here as a fan, you would have a certain rhythm to your day that isn't there now. Well, I would say part of the problem is that it doesn't. That actually the rhythm of the day is the same, the main event generally feels like it happens during the day. And then the night session feels like an appendage. Well, and again, it's night Sessions. There's a session. It's a nightmare. Well, that's the thing. I mean, I have been there. This is the hill that Matt is going to die on. That is fuming about this. Good. In New York and in Melbourne, it's a session. There's gray from all the outside courts going on in the evening. There's a different buzz. There's a different energy. It's all part of those tournaments. Here, as you said, the main event still happening during the day. And then they just adding on this extra match and it's cold and it's just annoyed about the cold. I'm with you on the cold. But also so often night matches drag into farland gardens. They drag in to 9 o'clock at night, 9 30. We've called matches in the dark. And beautiful, isn't it? Because it means that they're still going. I mean, that's exciting. I can stay here till 9 30 if there's a 5 setter that I'm proud to be a calm. Where one player is complaining about being too dark and the other one's saying, no, we'll play to win. What's better than that? Well, exactly. What's better than nighttime agro? But to, I don't know. And by the way, you don't get to have dinner in Paris. Which is another. Situation. I was wondering, really. We've had a lot of takeaway galettes. You partial to a galette? I'm not sure what that is. All I know is I'm not different. It's a crap. It's a savory crepe. It's a pancake with a meal inside. Yeah. Quite often. With an egg on top, which I think enhances. How does that smell? As you go back to your Airbnb. Pretty, a man brings it to us on a bike. We've worked this out. Okay, well, all right. Yeah, we've had some we've had some good galettes. That's cool. That's fine. But 20 5 years I've worked in tennis never been here. 35 years I can have been watching this tournament for. You will remember back those and others. Memory stick out for you from here. Sort of matches and occasions. And what is it about this place that the other slams are not, for instance? Well, clay. Clay is, I love clay. And I did an interview years ago when janik knows it was still playing. And you guys, you've had janik on your podcast. You know how he speaks, right? I mean it's the best. He's the best, right? And I was doing it. I was doing an essay, a feature on clay, and what makes it so special. And I interviewed janik and in that whispery voice of you. Clay is like a conversation. I hit the ball to him. He hits it back. We got like, it was like, it was like the best. I interviewed a bunch of people, the only person I use in the feature was Yannick explaining his conversation. I've gotten, again, I've been here a lot. I love it here. Does janik keep you waiting the way he keeps David waiting. Did he? Did he patience is a virtue? It's always worth it in the end. Most people with tennis and Yannick Noah in particular and my favorite is when we've set a time for the following day and he said, no, no, no problem, no problem. And then I'm there and I'm calling and it's ringing out. And I know this is going to happen. So I've already put two more hours into my schedule for when he wakes up and is absolutely appalled at himself for oversleeping through it and then he leaves me a voice message saying how terribly he feels about it all and could we do it a bit in 5 minutes at which point I then get about another 15 minutes interview extra because you feel so bad. Because it is a conversation. That's right. No, but I mean, I've been lucky I've seen sellers who I still maintain it's the greatest match player I've ever seen. Really? Absolutely. Why is that? Because she. Went after every single ball, serve or return or off the ground, and she made so few errors and it's like she was ignoring the score. If you watch your play, you thought does she understand that she's playing Steffi Graf and graphs up a set in the third and she just calling her matches. I just so well remember Monica seles matches where and again, Serena was amazing and she hit an incredible amount of winners in a set. But Monica would hit the same amount of winners and have two or three hours. It was a totally, it was remarkable. And Groff was a great. I mean, I just love it. My time was with Chrissy and Martinez, so I got to see those. I've been very, very lucky. I love this place. How does eager film tech compare? She's right up there. I think she reminds me more of Groff than Serena or anyone else, right? Does she remind you more of graft? She reminds me of. The scores are graphed like. Yes, it really are. And you mentioned Monica seles and tragically, she's such a what if player. But I feel like there's a big what if over this whole season and maybe he goes on Texas career, right? How does Ashbaugh retirement lead to what we're seeing now for me actually on tech do you think? Because it doesn't feel like a coincidence to me that she's gone up a level. She's stepped into that void since Barty left. And I think she filmed sex more dominant.

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"janik" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:39 min | 6 months ago

"janik" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Yo, what's up? Welcome to kind of funny games daily for Wednesday, may 18th, 2022. I'm one of your hosts blessing at ALA junior joining me is game on assists AKA Janet Garcia. Yo, what's good? I'm a machine. How's it going with you? It's going good, you know? I woke up. I didn't do much before coming here, and that's why I was here a few months early because I'm like, there's not enough time to really do anything, so I'm just going to sit here and be ready. I'm surprised. When I joined the Discord, I think I looked at about 9 55. And I know janik Garcia, janik Garcia doesn't show up until when she's needed. And so I was like, oh, Jana will be there by 9 59. And when I saw that you were in the call, I was like, oh shit, I'm the late one. I appreciate the trouble here. That we all do the Discord lurk. And that's what I like about Discord and just like as a platform in general. It's easy to know, okay, where are people? You can jump in a calls easily versus I think it was like Greg that I was talking to about my zoom panics of to me it's so stressful when you're waiting to be let in because you have to be physically look weird or be doing anything like because at any second I'm just going to be thrown in here. We can lurk. You can just jump in. You know if the camera's off or on and it's just like a horse. I'm just paranoid about it. That's what I've learned over the last couple of years is as long as the camera's off you're good, right? Like I keep my camera off, I keep my mic muted that way I can sing along to whatever song I'm listening to on Spotify and have a good time and then like when somebody comes in, I can act normal. No, I was just sitting here staring at a wall. I wasn't doing it. I was doing anything. I was just sitting here, right? And that's what that's what you convey. I'm not snow Mike Mike, where if you join a call and it's not like Mike's in the call, there's a very good chance that he has his camera on. He has his mic on and he's doing like a dance to some random song that I've never heard of before. Sometimes dancing to nothing. Absolutely not. Sometimes dancing enough. I remember, you know, we have to, you know, the clip that went around on social where it's him wearing the Master Chief helmet with the halo infinite theme playing under it. And that clip was made because it was halo infinite multiplayer launch day. I went into the Discord room, game Seeley is going on. There's nobody else in this room. And he's dancing to nothing wearing this helmet. And I was like, well, I have to record this. I can't just let this man do this and not be called out called out on it. And that's great. Mike is enigmatic. That's why you love him, but that's also why I have so many questions about him because it's like, why are you just sitting in your room, dancing with a halo helmet on? Like, do you need to have a talk, Michael? Snow Mike Michael and angel. If I had like that, I might put that on and obviously. We have the, I don't know if we still have it actually, but at a time, Isaiah had the climbs edition for fallout 76 that had that helmet. I definitely put that on. Like you have to. A lot of people in chat are calling out the ice cream situation where I was on a call. And I was just, I was going in on some ice cream. So yeah, to be clear, I knew I was being seen by Greg and Kevin. I didn't realize we were alive. And I didn't realize that I was going to be full screened live on the Twitch channel. I think that's the difference. I didn't mind them seeing me going on this ice cream because I was like, dude, I wanted them to adjust my camera. I figured this shit out, right? I was doing them occurred. I was doing Kevin courtesy. Let me join the call early. Turn on my camera so you can adjust it while I finish up this ice cream that I am thoroughly enjoying. And I didn't consider that the entire audience would see me thoroughly enjoying that ice cream, but I digress. Janet, there's a lot of things in this episode for us to thoroughly enjoy. Things like a saints row preview roundup, Final Fantasy 7 news inbound, and more because this is kind of funny games daily. Each to reach that 10 a.m. live right here on twitch.tv slash kind of funny games. We run you through the nerdy news need to know about. If you're watching.

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"janik" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:47 min | 8 months ago

"janik" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Second And I hope there will be a third and a fourth And so one of the things that I think will be so inspiring as we stop saying the first right And that we are seeing this more often because we recognize that other individuals can do this in little girls can dream about doing things differently than perhaps I have the opportunity to dream about At some point there will be a first woman head coach as well in the NBA What are what do you think the players how do you think they would contend with that Or is that something that they want Has this come up at all in any of your discussions with the players You know it has not come up directly in my discussions however You can see that they are very open to it right And you can certainly see Based on what Well because they have hired Michelle in this role they hired me in this role So I think they are seeing that obviously women can be in leadership roles They're seeing that women can be great coaches We have seen it already At the collegiate level obviously women taking on head coach positions last night I was actually at the game and they were honoring HBCUs and they showed tuskegee and the first female coach of their football team Those are things that you're going to seeing and certainly are men are incredibly supportive of that They're supportive of seeing women in leadership roles for certain but they also are supportive even of our WNBA their colleagues They do a lot to make sure that they're engaged with them and that they're lifting them up So I think this is just going to be one of those things that will happen as a result of that Does the WNBA need the NBA to be more proactive in order to thrive You are absolutely right When we recognize that Mike that that is something that we really need to do and to be focused on And our men are already doing it right They are attending the games They're participating in joint marketing events I know you've probably seen commercials as of late that have not only been with our men but they've been with the women as well And so that is a significant part of it But even here in our office we share our services We think about things together We go to market together We look for opportunities that we can do things jointly So there is no question that not only I wouldn't say that they absolutely have to have us but I think with us being a part of them that is significant And I think has made a huge difference in their success as well Tamika thank you so much That's tamika The NBA players union executive of next on the show we speak with janik here at the sports technology aficionado and also the vice president and head of Comcast NBCUniversal sports tech Straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports on Michael Barr you can follow me on Twitter at big fire sports I'm on Twitter at Scarlett foo And.

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"janik" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:58 min | 11 months ago

"janik" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"And it's gonna be really exciting episode because not only do we have the games cast cast on it. We have an expanded cast because we're bringing in the xcast host and we're bringing in the PS to love you host. And I know what you're thinking, aren't you on the shows already? When I say PS love your host, I'm talking about janik Garcia. I'm talking about Paris is coming through. I'm talking about still back Mike, it's going to be a good time. You all got in our votes in for game of the year. And so tune into the episode to see what we crowned as the best game of 2021. I'm really blessed. I'm super stoked. When I had gotten back, I think I may have been the last one to submit my stuff to bear, because I was in the process of flying back over here to San Francisco. And I submitted my top ten to bear it. And then I had something happening to me that made me change the top ten. And then Barrett looked at me and was like, first, he looked his lips first off. Like his lips, and he was like, that changes things. I got really excited. I got really excited for you. You return a higher didn't you? I think maybe who knows. I hope so. I hope so. I had the thought earlier a couple days ago, actually. I was like, man, I wonder how late is too late to get a change into Barrett? Because I finished and do it right now. I just finished editing be a near replicant. I mean, I could text Barrett. I finished and this isn't gonna change anything about our list, 'cause nobody else played near up again here. But I finished ending B and I was like, shit, man. This changes things on my face. This is a fucking great. This is hilarious 'cause Mike was talking about putting in his vote, and he was like, yeah, and then Barrett said something about like, huh, this changes things. I would love it if there is just to everyone when they do it. So it feels like oh shit. I think really great, honestly, that'd be a great bit from bear. Absolutely love that. Thank you to our Patreon producers. James Davis at James Davis makes blackjack in pranky. Today I brought to you by me on D's DoorDash in time, but we'll tell you about that later. For now, let's begin with what is and forever will be. The rover report. This is the new.

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"janik" Discussed on Money-How

Money-How

04:40 min | 11 months ago

"janik" Discussed on Money-How

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"janik" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"janik" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Now improve your brain health your energy and really get the most out of life and so this interview with one of my good friends. Who is an expert in many different areas. And you'll see as as we dive into this topic just Just how deep we go and quality of the content that you get in so just reminders. Roughly i think i did these interviews like two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen years old but the content is just as relevant and I know that will make a difference in your life. So you will enjoy this content and He wouldn't mind just leaving us a rating review. Your reviews really really counts. They mean the world to us and help us get seen by more people. So if you just go to your apple itunes player and rate us leave a review. That will really help us Just be able to help more people and get this information out to the masses. Thank you for doing that. And enjoy the podcast. Welcome everybody to the kito edge summit where we are dispelling the myths helping you overcome the hurdles and empowering you to improve your brain and your body through the ketogenic lifestyle i'm your host dr david shockers and i'm with one of the pioneers in the ketogenic journey. Somebody that i've read his books and he's been a huge influence on so many people in getting this message of the ketogenic lifestyle out to people. This is my good friend. Jimmy more and we're actually hanging out at his the caveman call right here. And so those the is that are have some knowledge of jimmy. This is right upstairs. Podcasts and podcasts. I personally listened to kito talks. Do dr wilco who's also a guest in this Disarm summit also do live in la vida. Low car s. My flagship longest running health podcasts at the internet. When did you start that twenty. Oh six long ago. It was like paul's story. Thirteen hundred fifty plus episodes and counting. That one's not ever going anywhere of all. Go away that will send exactly thirteen hundred fifty episodes so now over eleven years over. You've been doing that so amazing. I mean two thousand six. I hadn't even heard of what they will. Nobody was really doing it in the health route. Yes there was no rob move. There was no sean crocs. None of the people that you associate with having done a long time. So yeah truly the grandpa. But i got good at it when nobody was listening so that now people. Oh wow. he's so polished. Yeah 'cause i did it for a long time and nobody was listening. Yeah absolutely and so. Jimmy's also written some phenomenal books. We've got the cholesterol clarity and our topic. Today is really kito cholesterol clarity. We're going to dive into that topic because that's a common question. People have the ketogenic diet. He's written a great book here Also the ketogenic cookbook some awesome recipes in there. We've got the complete guide to fasting. I'm a huge fan of intermittent fasting. We're going to discuss that a little bit today and kino clarity so this is an outstanding book to really help you understand. More about cato. Janik diet how to make it work and you wrote this with dr west men. So you're not a doctor or healthcare practitioners play one on tv. Either you're really layperson. Blake most of society. Who can you gotta be as layperson as not exactly share all the good the bad the ugly of. That's that's right and your story. Is you struggled with weight loss resistance and had tried a whole.

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"janik" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"janik" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"That's just the bread and butter. Of what i'm gonna do in. It's gonna fuel everything down the road. So i know there's a lot of all the real high end stuff I think is cool. And i think everybody should be exposed to it and take. Follow the thing that you love to do. But if you're even if you're thinking well you know. I want to practice and then i wanna buy practice have associates and i'll kind of work a few days a week and i'll run the practice. Mostly what i'm gonna do when you hire those associates. They're going to be green at a school to most likely and you're going to have to train them and if you can't do it then who's going to train them. You know you can pay to send him off to get them trained. That's an option. But it'd be a lot better if you could train them and talk to them day to day and kind of help mentor them and bring them up and make and make their career path. That much smoother odd. It's it's it's one of the reasons. Why i'd this is gonna sound so self serving but it's one of the reasons why i started doing courses because i remember what was like coming out of school. And how many courses. I had to take just kinda feel like i was compensated basics that i could really handle coming through my door. I'm very sure that. With thousand dollars therapy i could get cleared up in a ptsd. Stephen go away and all that good stuff. But but i still. I still really vividly remember the internal stomach. Lining factor that was associated with you. Know is my fill of my endo. Gonna look the way i wanted to. Am i going to be able to get this tooth out. You know and then this patient going to be doing okay and then taking phone calls for post op problems that nearly were cannock fifty percent. I- atra janik. Because of the way that i did the procedure or the amount of time it took are the things. I didn't know there are a lot of little tweaks i could have done. That would have made life better. But you don't know what you don't know you know you. Do you do the best job can you know. It's it's we live in this miraculous. Time right now I guess you could call it like the platinum age of dentistry. I don't know what they call it. But for general dennis. There's never been a better time right. We have so much..

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"janik" Discussed on Sigma Nutrition Radio

Sigma Nutrition Radio

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"janik" Discussed on Sigma Nutrition Radio

"Think are most important to point out or that jumped out You with these couple of trials run. I think the small trial nature these are you know. Small small studies male. Only i think in ducks always something to consider when ever were talking about some of these interventions but as far as some of the kind of positive yet. We with coffee or kathy you know. It's it's really trying to isolate some of these policy in all effects on so waas you know was a certainly a strength of the design of the study because i think we did discuss in relation to the some of the brain health interventions that. Sometimes you get factors like out. The sugar. Content between an intervention control aren't matched or other kind of potential variables. That could have an impact on cognition particularly acutely and these were acute studies but they were matched for caffeine so differing in their contents of courage. Janik acid and one that goes kind of a low Osce of her in eighty nine milligrams and the other was around three hundred milligrams of courage janika on looking at flow mediated dilation again as this outcome that we see quite commonly used in these polyphenol interventions. And so i. I think another concept. We've talked about before. Is this idea of a by basic dose response and this is also known as hormetic responsible. Hermes square you get this effect. At low physiological concentrations mice be Towards kind of and then you get this kind of sweet spot. In the middle and high physiological concentrations of underhanded there's qualitatively different outcomes based on where on so to speak j shaped curve. Your your dose of your exposure on your outcome lies and so with this acute study. There was this guy. Response in relation to flow mediated dilation which waugh's greater with the high tory janik acid intervention. And that was observed both One hour and five hours post coffee consumption and so actually what was interesting was when we considered us by phase dose-response At five hours. The magnitudes was greater again in relation to the high chloride janik acid intervention than it was one hour post intervention. So this kind of effect going way beyond the initial kind.

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"janik" Discussed on Sigma Nutrition Radio

Sigma Nutrition Radio

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"janik" Discussed on Sigma Nutrition Radio

"And of course these linking back to some of the metabolisms bioavailability factors that we discussed earlier. You know this is something similar. Where there's this metabolism of flora janik acid into kind of catholic metabolites that are also absorbed. And kind of have this effect and i think there's this two interventions and particular that we were that we were looking at the are both at of japan And seeing a benefit to chloride janik acid administered in a in a in an intervention context. So it kind of married up. Some of what might be one of the most stem other than the caffeine content of coffee importance and associations And biological posibility aspects to that j shape curve. We see what coffee and neurological health outcomes. Excellent yes so given our Maybe time restriction here. Let's start pulling this into some things to to leave people with. I suppose when we're looking at conclusions in this area already any area. We probably have a few different buckets. We could put stuff in one would be what we actually know or or have a sufficient amount of evidence to make a conclusion about them. Have these other areas. That seem promising. But we still need to More things to validate if they actually play out and then we just have. Things are generally unknown. There's probably a lot of that in relation to polyphenyls so if we were to Maybe pulling those conclusions off stuff that is known or kind of well established this point that relates to some of our conversations today. What would be those main conclusions when it comes to polyphenyls neurological health cognitive cognition etc. Yeah i think one we could kind of broadly. Say that there is You know a relatively consistent base of support from interventions although the magnitude of effect may be small a relatively consistent base of support from intervention studies that would provide a Plausible a kind of explanation biological plausibility to some of the long term associations In terms of you.

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"janik" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"janik" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"They brought to you by draftkings away and amazon music. But i'll tell you all about that later because we got some fun stuff to talk about gary. Let's see it's time for forever will be the roper report. The posted this show stories today doesn't exactly story number one. The qena bridge spirits reviews are in and it might not be what you expected everybody. Currently sitting at an eighty four on metacritic are full. Review is upright now on. I love you so you can get an on podcast services or youtube dot com slash kind of funny games. It was the cassius. I love you. So of course greg miller of course blessing at a junior aunt janik are they were joined by me and eddie cortes. So you've got a whole bunch of different thoughts about all of that stuff but if you want some more thoughts i've got him for you right here. I against mitchell saltzman gave it an eight out of ten saying it makes sense that in bad the developer of cantabria spirits started out as an animation studio just looking at this gorgeous world and picturesque character. Designs tells you that this is a team that is a ton of experience in making incredible digital works including their fantastic editorializing. A little bit here but yours mask. Fan film terrible fate. That if you haven't seen go on youtube right now check it out. It is stunning gorgeous. Beautiful add definitely sets the stage for what qena is about to bring deal bridge. Spirits gameplay doesn't quite match the extraordinarily high bar set by its visuals for a number of reasons including some bland. Storytelling in shallow progression. This three d. open world action adventure is still nonetheless an impressive achievement thanks to it's exciting deceptively simple combat and an excellent balance of action puzzle solving and platforming moving over to gamespot phil horne. Shot gave it a nine. In canaan bridge spirits everyday items are viewed with new unseen. Emotional significance wouldn't mask is linked to the spirit of the person for whom it was made objects like a construction hammer or box filled with food or tied to memories of the people who have been lost locations that were once the sites vibrant and happy. Times are scared scarred with the pain and trauma suffered within them. The interactions with the characters you find in each section the game help imbue the areas in and around the village with the character of their own and despite the fact that the place has been all but destroyed you can feel the life that once thrived there. It's about exploring the world seeing what it once was and helping to restore it again. Joaquin of bridges spirits is full of familiar feeling combat and exploration its ability to find different ways to look at those ideas makes for a beautiful emotional exciting journey and finally game. Informer's andrew reiner. The homie also gave it a nine.

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"janik" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"janik" Discussed on Cardionerds

"In in our preconception visit we have to highlight not only the risks for the better but also the potential fetal risks and take precautions to minimize these risks. We can change medications that could be threat janik and we also have to ensure that the mother is council regarding heritage ability to risk generally speaking the risk of having congenital heart. Disease is one percent in the general population in win. The mother is affected. This risk can raise two four or up to ten percent indicates of left side of obstructive leashes or intervention defects in cases of genetic syndromes. This number i will of course vary and referral to a genetic counselor can be considered during preconception counseling specific cases in the case of our patient. Joyce her risk is approximately four to six point five percent and we have to recommend a fetal echocardiogram when she's twenty weeks station to rollout congenital. Defect may put the baby at risk last. But not least obstetric and the nhl risks should be highlighted to including risk for hypertensive disorders of pregnancy premature birth. And having a baby small for station age throughout the series. I really grew to appreciate how we're talking about taking care of not one but two lives simultaneously and the need to balance the risks and benefits to both individuals. And i especially appreciate that because my wife is you fellow. And so you've gotta take the baby the fetus as well. My has bringing niki fellow to. That's insane so in order to wrap up the session on preconception counseling dr warrens which you discuss key points guarding timing of pregnancy and potentially circumstances in which you discuss pregnancy termination. Yes i think one of the other issues important for this pre pregnancy. Counseling is whether the risk to the mother will change with time will treatment said now for example. This patient seems to be doing well. Her right ventricle is happy. Sounds like she has good capacity exercise. Test hopefully will be positive but supposing she wants to delay the pregnancy supposing she wants to pregnancy in five years ten years time so we have to think about whether the risks of the.

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"janik" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"janik" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"I noticed my hair's getting into thin. Is this a sign that something else is off my health. This is jj virgin. Four time new york times bestselling author celebrity nutrition expert and fitness hall of famer. I've been on a lifelong quest for answers to the toughest health questions. And now i'm sharing what i found with you. Welcome to ask the health expert. She from facebook asked. I knew my hair's is. Is this a sign. Something else is off with my home. This is a first year on the asa. Health expert podcast. I've got the father of one of our guests who's been on a couple times. You all know and love. Doctor will cole will now. I've got dr phil cold. His dad's on today to be answering questions for you so bill. Cole is a functional medicine expert and a health coach. He is the founder and creator of the key cellular nutrition and so your health accelerator programs and he there. By the end of the team of more than thirty dedicated health experts educated individuals on steps needed start improving their wellbeing specialty. Release the forty to sixty five year old women market. So i'm like come on over to the show dr bill also. He has been a competitive daughter. Skilled hunter avid golfer. But the thirty six years his biggest passion is natural health. And that's been his main. This so i am super excited to have with us today. Stay with us. We'll be right back internet question. You know you're supposed to get a good night's sleep but it's just not happening. Maybe you struggled to fall asleep or you just can't seem to stay asleep. I get it. I struggled to which is why i created sleep candy. My delicious chewable sleep supplement. That's a powerful combination of l. Nin melatonin five. Hdp p. inositol and b. six and good news. Because you're a listener. You get ten percent off your order at jj virgin dot com slash sleep candy while supplies last. Just enter the code sleep. All in caps at checkout. It could be a sign that something could be off with your health. The first thing. That comes to my mind when i hear about thinning. Hair especially with women is that That could have a potential thyroid problem and generally. It's going to be hypothyroid where they don't have enough thyroid. Hormone the way that you would test for. That would be a thyroid blood panel. That's one of the symptoms that you'll find with somebody who doesn't have enough thyroid. Hormones is hair loss so that would be definitely something that i would want to get checked out right away. Usually there's going to be other symptoms associated with that things like fatigue weight gain and such but certainly place to start in addition to that though there are other factors that are actually probably more common that we see in my My health health clinic when my in my coaching program and that is going to be things like stress we have. We live in a stressful society. Right now and no doubt. It can be accumulated stress that can create that it can be sudden stress. Even i've a story about a young lady who works for me who began working out and she really went from zero to sixty overnight with her workouts and she noticed one of her symptoms from that was hair loss. So any kind of stress. It doesn't have to be emotional. Stresses the way that we think of but also a bigger issue is going to be what. We call hormone resistance. You can have adequate levels of thyroid hormone about fifty percent of the people who have thyroid. Problems will actually test normal if they went actually in and got that blood test. But what's happening is the hormone itself while it's in the blood it's there to be tested and it's you know they can read it as normal but if it's not able to get into the cells of the body then it can't do its job and that hormone resistance. People have heard of insulin resistance as it relates to diabetes. A lot of people have heard of that. it's not just insulin. it can be thyroid. it can be. Estrogen can be testosterone any type of hormone that is being resisted at the cell. And a can't get in and do its job. You're gonna get symptoms like you don't have enough of those hormones The the reason that we have that is because the cells become damaged and when they become damaged because we eat too much sugar. We have too many bad fats. What i would call denatured fats Too many toxins in our life too much stress not enough quality sleep nutrient deficiencies these type of things that i would associate with western lifestyle if you will. They can damage ourselves. When our cell membrane becomes damage now it becomes inflamed when it becomes inflamed. It can it can actually create a barrier where the hormones cannot be. They're not able to get into the cell and then you're going to get the symptoms associated that what you can do about. That is certainly might number. One suggestion is going to be getting away from that standard american diet if you will getting away from processed foods too much added sugar too many bad fats about. That's i mean that's the oil corn oil can all oil transfats hydrogenated oils. We want to shift that over to a whole food diet or we want it be eating whole grain. We wanna have Foods that are not laden with chemicals that are not don't have added sugar. Don't have the the added bad fats. We want to switch to healthy fats. Biggest single missing ingredient in the standard american diet is healthy fat. Because we've been told fat makes us fat that kills us gives us heart attacks. Will bad fats do that. Good fats through the office. That will reduce inflammation that cell membrane. That's damaged is made of two layers of fat in. It's largely cholesterol. So we want to have these healthy fats Wild salmon grass-fed beef free range. Eggs extra-virgin olive oil virgin coconut oil. That's going to create a shift in a body. That's anti inflammatory. And that will begin the whole process of allowing your body to reverse the seldom didn't allow these hormones in now. One other thing that i will tell you from a supplement standpoint. There are two things have been crewing really effective in in my clinic in terms of hair loss number one is an herb called photai. It is a chinese or The adopted janik her. That has been shown in twenty fifteen actually in a study to activate a gene that is related to hair growth and we seen moderate to the good success with that and then another thing is bone broth because frankly most of the women that i see they don't consume approaching and Back can be a real problem as it relates to hair loss so bone broth is reloaded with protein collagen in particular and collagen is especially helpful for our hair and our skin in our nails so that would be my suggestion. This is with ask the health expert. I do this five times a week. So make sure you never miss a show by going to subscribe to. Jj dot com..

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"janik" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"janik" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Tim on a thursday on. Rarely see you know. I've been missing you on mondays. I'm gonna say. I've been having a real good time with janet. It's been a lot of all right. Here's the thing i appreciate. I appreciate janik is being janet yesterday and haven't gotten as much of a change. The whole one on one with janet. I know i'm very much looking forward to this wall where it's just me and her on. Ps i love you. But it's that thing where every time everytime being her what on went on shows. I feel like there's a magic there. I don't know if if if that's the magic. I don't know if that's the jane bless magic. I know you and janet janet mondays but yes magic man i love it and then of course gotta love the tim and bless shit too so so. Let's let's bring that magic on a thursday thursday's a band. Tim tam for a while but yeah. Let's bring up thursday energy now. Tim i want to start this in a magical way because as people know we got the blessings super fun games colander that i've been updating over the months. All right let's get it gets longer and longer. It gets more and more incredible to. I have a late entry into the you might appreciate. Kevin have a link in the dog. If you wanna open that link. It's a link to a youtube taylor. I don't even wanna tease what it is until kevin you. I'm sorry two seconds. Of course. I don't have the floor open yet here. We go here. We go here we go. I got i got before we before we even get into. Do you have any guesses on what this game might be so. You're a game to your list. That was previously not announced. Yes who. I don't know i haven't seen i haven't seen twitter today so i don't know i don't even know what this could be. I'll tell you this. It's along the lines of a hot wheels. Unleashed shouldn't twenty might end up being a game of the year. Two thousand twenty one contender. Kevin go ahead and play that trailer. I've always dreamed up this. Show me what. Just wait for it for cushion. Schinder talk we get to. I believe it's it's like it's a competitive claire but then also it has a single payer campaign raised. Hope this blows up. I know it probably will. But i really hope it does. It's the it's the exact same thing about hot wheels on the trailer around like this selling chapter. There's no way this can be good right looking at this trailer. This what's like everything. I wanted to kinda game now..

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Determining the Age of Earths Continental Crust

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Determining the Age of Earths Continental Crust

"And you study claims its continental crust. First emerged some three point. Seven billion years ago. The findings presented at the european geological. Union's general assembly showed that the planet's light continental crust formed within the first nine hundred million years of the earth's existence. The continental crust is the layer of grew natick sedimentary amid them offic rocks which forms the continents in the areas of shallow seabed close to their shores is the continental shelves. It's list dance. The janik crust material and therefore floats on top of it unlike previous research which is based on strontium isotopes and marine cabinets which are usually either scarce or altered in rock more than three billion years old new study by scientists from the university of bergen looked at the mineral barrett which forms from sulfates emotion water mixing with barium from hydrothermal vents and thus holds an unchanging record aversion chemistry. Going back through time. The authors calculated the ratio of strontium isotopes in six different deposits of barrack from three different continents range in age from three pointed three point. Five billion years this allowed them to determine win with continental rock populated into the ocean and was incorporated into barrett the authors determined that the weathering started about three point seven billion years ago. That's around five hundred million years earlier than previously thought. The findings provide a new understanding of early ocean chemistry. As well as the onset of plate tectonics and even hope understanding the evolution of the biosphere because once process is like plate tectonics hope established the continents processes like erosion can begin to where the crucial minerals and nutrients into the ocean.

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Do Low-Carb Diets Really Boost Your Metabolism?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:06 min | 2 years ago

Do Low-Carb Diets Really Boost Your Metabolism?

"And welcome to the nutrition diva podcast. I'm your host. Monica reindel and today. I'm taking a look at a new study suggesting that you you can burn more calories simply by reducing the amount of carbohydrate in your diet now according to the latest google search data interest in the kito janik diet appears to have waned significantly lately but the popular and scientific fascination with low carb diets persists the ketogenic that we've been hearing so much about lately is of course just the latest reincarnation of other diets that severely restrict carbohydrates including the atkins south beach and do candidates and the goal of these very low carb diets or the very low carb phases of these diets is to induce ketosis. Where the body's cells are forced to burn fat for energy instead of sugar now although sugar or carbohydrate is the body's preferred source of cellular energy we do have very flexible metabolisms and so if sugar isn't available and fat is the body can switch over to burn fat instead sort of like a car that can run on both gas and electric power if the electric battery runs out of juice. The car can then earn gasoline until you have a chance to recharge your batteries. Now just because the body is using fat as its fuel source. That doesn't necessarily mean it's burning body fat i. It's going to be burning the fact that you eat and ketogenic diets tend to be very high in fat. You'll only start burning body fat for energy when your body runs out of dietary fuel. So if you are taking in fewer calories than you're using your body will turn to its fat stores to make up the difference but this is true of any dietary approach not just low carb diets. So why the continuing fascination with very low carb diets well one advantage of being in ketosis for a prolonged period of time. Is that it suppresses. Your appetite and that can make it easier to eat less but in order to reap this advantage. You have to be pretty strict in your avoidance of carbohydrates but we also need to talk about something called the carbohydrate insulin hypothesis very low carb diets also tend to reduce blood sugar levels and insulin production. One of the normal and necessary biological functions of insulin is to promote fat storage and the carbohydrate. Insulin thesis supposes that a diet high in carbohydrates would result in higher insulin levels and that would in turn cause you to store fat and become obese restricting carbohydrates therefore should suppress insulin trigger fat-burning and reverse obesity and the carbohydrate insulin theory also argues that low carb diets lead to weight loss because they increase your metabolism or the number of calories. You burn theoretically you would lose more weight on a low carb diet than you would on a high carb diet that provided the exact same number of calories. This is a very attractive hypothesis. The problem is that study after study including some that were designed and funded by proponents of the carbohydrate. Insulin theory have failed to prove it. True one very strictly controlled study which evaluated a very low carb diet against a high carb diet that provided the exact same number of calories found no significant difference in the number of calories burned and a slightly lower rate of fat loss in the low carb group and that brings us to this latest study which was a meta analysis in which the results of twenty nine different studies were assessed to see whether cardiac it's increased resting energy expenditure. That's a measure of your basic metabolic rate. The lead author of this latest analysis. David ludwig and he's one of the primary champions of the carbohydrate insulin hypothesis. Clearly he has not given up on his theory and the finding did support ludwig's hypothesis lower carb diets did in fact speed up the metabolism. But before we get too excited about this. There are a few details that bear mentioning most of these twenty-nine studies were just a few days long. Some weren't even an entire day long. They just compared the effects of a single meal many of the diets that were in the low carb arms of these comparisons were not actually very low in carbs and in many of the studies. The difference in carbohydrates between the two arms that they were comparing was actually quite small despite headlines. This analysis doesn't add much to our understanding of the effects of low carb diets metabolism because most of the studies included weren't really low carb diets. Or we're just too short to actually be meaningful.

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A Promo Burst From The Nutrition Diva

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

01:06 min | 2 years ago

A Promo Burst From The Nutrition Diva

"Now according to the latest google search data interest in the kito janik diet appears to have waned significantly lately but the popular and scientific fascination with low carb diets persists the ketogenic that we've been hearing so much about lately is of course just the latest reincarnation of other diets that severely restrict carbohydrates including the atkins south beach and do candidates and the goal of these very low carb diets or the very low carb phases of these diets is to induce ketosis. Where the body's cells are forced to burn fat for energy instead of sugar now although sugar or carbohydrate is the body's preferred source of cellular energy we do have very flexible metabolisms and so if sugar isn't available and fat is the body can switch over to burn fat instead sort of like a car that can run on both gas and electric power if the electric battery runs out of juice. The car can then earn gasoline until you have a chance to recharge your batteries.

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The Best and Worst Diets of 2020 with Jill Weisenberger

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

09:28 min | 3 years ago

The Best and Worst Diets of 2020 with Jill Weisenberger

"The reason. I've asked you to join us today. Is that she was also a member of that panel of experts that raided the diets this year for US News and world reports. So I thought it would be interesting. Not just to talk with her about the results but also maybe get a little peek behind the scenes at the process. Welcome to the nutrition diva podcast Joel. Oh Hi so. Is this the first time that you have been on this panel or have you been doing this for a while now. This is my third year my third set of rankings workings might first year was twenty eighteen and said the first seven years where without me while they're making progress then will tell us a little bit about the process. Does the panel. Do you all have any input into which diets are going to be rated R.. Those always selected by the Journal Journal. Those are selected by the people who work for US news and do you know what criteria they used to select. It's them yes. They look at the things that are very popular. It's not what they think is good or bad or best or worst they look at what is very very popular so for example sample this year we ranked thirty five diets but last year I think we ranked forty on. I think the year before there were thirty eight so they asked some they subtract some depending on just the popularity of what people are talking about in in doing so the list includes diets had been around for decades as well as as you say some of the newer more trendy diets. Do you know if any of the diets that got ranked this year. We're brand new. First Time to the list I know there is actually nothing that was brand new this year. There are actually five less so five diets from last. Ask Your disappeared. But I can't remember off the top of my head. which ones they were they were just to at least popular? Okay so you get your list of diets that you're going to review and then what sort the things do you. The panelists take into consideration as you are ranking the diets or scoring the diets okay. So we don't meet as group. I know a lot of people. Ask that question we meet as a group and Hash things out. That's not the way it's done. We work on our own with a very long questionnaires where we're ask. Ask questions about how we think it holds up against healthy eating in general like the Guy Terry guidelines what we think it will do based based on rapid weight loss or long term weight loss. Heart health diabetes. That type of thing like you mentioned earlier and they give us a profile so the folks at US news give us a profile for each diet and we use that we use. What what else we know in our own experience? So I've been Dietitian in diabetes educator for many many years tons of experience working with people will with lots of various types of diets in various success of so we answered the questions based on our own experienced what we look in terms of research to the profile includes research summaries links so we can go and find out more so it sounds very comprehensive. I can see why by that would've taken you so long to to go through that but it's also very thorough and very comprehensive. I feel so I feel like I. I know I spent a lot of time. I would have to assume that others others did as well. Well let's talk a little bit about the results of this year's ranking so topping the rankings for overall best diet this year was the Mediterranean Diet which has been at or near the top of the list for years yes and other diets but in that top ten for overall best diet included the dash diet flex -tarian diet the mind diet many of these diets that my listeners will recognize because podcasts passed on them in the past but in your view what do these top rated diets seemed to have in common. Is there a common thread. Yes so the the top guys particularly the top three are very very similar. So That's Mediterranean dash inflexible -tarian so the top diets tend to to be more whole food based in they tend to have a plant slant so they may not be vegetarian Vegan but Mediterranean training dash lexa carrion new Nordic mind these diets Definitely a plant slant. That's doesn't surprise me which ones rank at the top lit also seem to me that another thing that these top diets had in common is that they were not so much a set of diet of rigid dietary. ooh or specific meal. Plan that you had to follow but more a a guideline set of eating habits almost a lifestyle approach I would agree with that for shore. You're the one that's probably. The most prescriptive would be dashed. Because is I know you're aware that was a giant that was designed by the NIH is a research tool originally to look at how we can lower blood pressure so that one is probably the most scripted that even and that one has a lot of flexibility in it so at the other end of the list for overall best diets were the Atkins Diet the do candidate the Kito Janik Diet which are all very low carb approaches right but I noticed that some of the other things at the bottom of the list were things like the raw foods Diet Paleo and whole thirty now those are not low carb diets per se. was there a common denominator. There were did these all end up at the bottom of the list for different reasons. Do you think I think they ended up at the bottom of the list. Because they're restrictive. They're taking away a lot of foods and then that of course lowers the score on. Ah Ease of following a diet. Not as one of the things that are that is scored is up following it and as you said. The flexibility of those others Diet Diet make make it easier to follow that gave them a higher score over all the other thing about it is dropping out a bunch of foods. You have less nutrition even if you think about all those fighter nutrients that we have in our plant foods like four thousand plus fighter nutrients or phytochemicals help fight disease. Protect us from cancer. Type two diabetes heart disease so forth. Those are largely in the foods that are taken away in these various groups and then when it comes to hold thirty something else in there. That's really kind of a problem for me. And that is that you have to follow a very rigid prescription for thirty days. And if you mess up by one bite or one lick you had on day twenty nine or thirty you have to start back day one and I just think that is a horrible message to tell people that either. You're a hundred percent right right or you're a total loser. Well and you know one of the things. A lot of people don't understand about the whole thirty is that it was designed not buy health or nutrition professionals but for what it's worth it was designed as a method of identifying food sensitivities and so it's essentially an elimination diet where its effectiveness. Activeness might be dependent on strict compliance. So that you can get that but you know it's not the best elimination diet out there and I think most people don't think of it as As a as an elimination diet they think of it as weight loss diet or a detox cleanse or some other kind of healthy diet reset so there's a lot of misunderstanding understanding about the whole thirty diet hoop a great so joe some of the diets that ranked at the bottom of the list were overall Diet. Actually ranked highest I in subcategories such as the one for fast weight loss. Now frankly I have always had a problem with that category to me it. It seems like a bit of an oxymoron because I think that fast weight loss' much more likely to be temporary weight loss so that's generally not what I'm looking for in a diet plan but it's still this this disparity between the ones that were best for fast weight loss were at the bottom of the list for overall helpfulness. So do we need a different diet to lose weight. Eight than we knew. Do just need to stay healthy while I don't think so. I think that the vast weight loss diets really set us up to have two sets. That's an unhelpful. Eating patterns one is when we're losing weight in one is when we're not gaining weight and so I think it's not a good idea at all but the to answer the question in the survey. Is this diet likely to lead to fast weight loss. Now I had to say yes kito and things like that. So that's how it gets up there because I think it is. It is true we see more rapid weight loss with very low carbohydrate diets than we do with other guy and commanded by the time you get out to your one year two there's really no difference anymore Of course I prefer the dies were rated overall for weight loss. Because because I don't care how long it takes you to lose weight and I don't mean you personally of course monitor but I don't care how long it takes somebody to lose weight. I just want them to lose it and keep it off

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We Could Resurrect the Woolly Mammoth. Here's How.

Lars Larson

07:27 min | 4 years ago

We Could Resurrect the Woolly Mammoth. Here's How.

"Is there a possibility that we could actually recreate a woolly mammoth the last time woolly mammoths were around was almost thirty thousand years ago could DNA our GNA knowledge at this point recreate that woolly mammoth in modern times. It's a very real possibility. And recently, it was found that there were a muscle cells in a Willie, man. Are found in permafrost with surprising frequency sometimes pretty badly. Deteriorated sometimes in better, shape, and muscle cells. From one of these not long ago was processed for their nuclei nuclei were inserted into the old. Of of mice believe it or not and there was biological activity. Detect it down to the DNA wasn't sufficiently good to create a pliable embryo, but we're we're getting close to that. And if there were better preserved specimen, we might be able to do that. But as you know, we're cloning dogs and cats and also polo ponies interestingly with great success, and and pretty routinely these days, it's not cheap. But it's eminently doable. And the other clones seem to be completely normal normal longevity and do fine. Now one thing that we should bring up just for discussion say that you, and I have discussed in in emails is the possibility of resurrecting clones of. Humans from times past and so that in theory, we could sign viable cells from some of the founding fathers of the United States or eminent scientists or people like General, Omar, Bradley and create clones identical twins of them. So tell me this is there any I'll frame it a different way. Ordinarily, people would say we shouldn't do that. I'm going to ask you this way. Is there any good reason why we shouldn't bring back and recreate a willy mammoth? I mean, even even if it's just for science, although I have a feeling on pay per view and into large zoo. It would probably be a commercial success. I don't see any any ethical reason or safety reason whatsoever. I think it would be an interesting experiment. We learn a lot more about the ancient history of this interesting animal whose habitat used to include most of North America, but between the end of the ice age and a humans hunting the beast for for their bones and tusks became extinct. Is there any way to know when we would you expect this to be done? I in an academic setting like a university or a laboratory somewhere or do you think private industry will take it on? I would expect that it would be done in an academic setting first. And then maybe the process or the. Where some of the early clones would be licensed to a a commercial enterprise that wanted to do it. And and to to us who do you expect to object to this idea? I I'm sure there's going to be somebody these days almost every ideas objected to no matter how good it is. Well, you can always depend on Peter to to a Jack to anything that's innovative that involves animals. I don't know that bio emphasis would get involved in this bio emphasis are often a problem in advancing human experimentation. But I don't think they would be involved in animal work like this there as you say, there are always a few a few cranks a few for ethical or pseudo ethical reasons to work, but I I can't identify groups right now, see I think the PD people could be dependent on. Object to this. But I I love the idea. I mean, the idea that you could take an animal that that didn't exist after about twenty eight thousand years ago and created today. I mean, it would be a real curiosity. But I'm sure the objection of some people would be well, but then somebody would own it. Well, an awful lot of animals are owned by people right now down again, the only group to really object to that would be Peter. But can you imagine what you might learn from that animal if you could and how let me get jumped to this while we got time. How accurate would the recreation be because what they're talking about doing is taking some the cell nuclei and putting it into the egg cells of mice. So there would be some of the woolly mammoth DNA, but would you have to combine it with some other animal DNA today to recreate the animal, and would you end up with something that truly could be said to be a, you know, like an original Willie, ma'am. You wouldn't have to use DNA from another animal, the the mice sales would be nucleated. So the patina would be calling from them. But of course in reality. You wouldn't do it in my cell? If you were trying to really direct the animal, you're probably to it in elephant cells elephant Ota, and then you'd have to find a a surrogate mother that were an elephant correlative, the woolly mammoth and that with coach through its station, and and and they're the the infant so that that's the way that it would be done, and it would be in under those circumstances. I an identical clone. Boy, that's a mazing because because and can you imagine the, you know, the the kind of public interest you'd have in that. Now, let me go for just a moment to my crazy idea the one where I want to see somebody genetically engineer a let's say a giraffe that doesn't get any bigger in its body than a great, Dane. So it always stays that size or say a rhino that doesn't get any bigger than say, a Basset hound doc is that is that possible today because I have a feeling if you did that there would be it'd probably be rich people who'd be able to afford them at least initially. But you've you, and I I think of already talked about mice that glow in the dark and things like that is a possible to to to engineer those kinds of animals. Well, you can certainly get miniatures of a lot of things. They tend to be multi Janik traits though to tendon on a lot of jeans, and so that's very difficult to do. But you know, I'd seen Australian shepherd mini Mini's that are about eighteen or twenty towns. It's quite amazing. So it's doable by conventional techniques, just by selection. You select you take the smallest of the litter and mate that with a small list of another litter and you keep getting smaller and

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Congo health workers face violence as Ebola virus spreads

All Things Considered

04:20 min | 4 years ago

Congo health workers face violence as Ebola virus spreads

"That's been going on for years meets a deadly out. Outbreak of the Ebola virus, this is all happening in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Which is where we reached Dr Janik Diaz she's with the World Health organizations health emergencies program, and she's been working at the center of the Ebola outbreak in the city of Beni where eight UN peacekeepers were killed yesterday. There are reports of another attack on peacekeepers today. I asked Dr Diaz how dangerous conditions affect her daily work. So our day starts where we have security reports in the morning about seven o'clock or six thirty in the morning telling us, but the security situation is whether or not we can move or not move. What time we can move. If it safe. He usually if things are, okay. Hi, go straight to the treatment unit where I work with national doctors doctors from Benny during the day, there may be security problems that we hear them. It stinks change. We have to move her leave the treatment unit. Then we just do what we're told. To make sure that everyone. Stay safe, treating Ebola is complicated and involves risks even without the threat of violence. I understand you're taking some new approaches in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Tell us what you're doing differently and whether it's having an impact. So the major things that we've done as an international community is to try to bring optimal supportive care to an outbreak. And so what are the most novel things that has happened is with the new type of isolation unit, which is called a cute. Where you can actually provide very close monitoring and very intensive care to the patients that are being cared for there. And that has really improved the quality of care that we are able to provide the disease transmits through body fluids. And so typically doctors would be wearing a big body suit. So they don't get infected and you're saying now doctors don't always have to put on a bodysuit the person can be kind of like a plastic almost like a box and the doctor uses gloves through that isolation chamber. Yes. So there is doctors inside that are wearing that full protective gear, and then there's other doctors or nurses outside that can be talking to the doctor insight into the patient and supporting them without having to be inside and all the protective gear and also physically being able to put their hands inside and adjust. And fusion monitors drip, start taking blood pressure without having to be inside. So that it makes us able to give better supportive care. I understand you're using new drugs and vaccines as well. Tell us about that. The new medicines that we're using they're not approved three bullet because there's not enough clinical trials to show their affective. So when you have drugs that have not been shown yet. Then approved for a disease, then you use them under compassionate use protocol. And these drugs have promising studies based on animal, data and laboratory data. So what we got was permission for the committee ethical committee of the Congo to use these potentially life-saving therapeutics in patients in the DRC. So so far we've used us in about one hundred and fifty one patients and the vaccines in regards to the vaccine the vaccine is also an investigational intervention, and they're using the same protocol that they used in west Africa, which is vaccinated context and context context ever that people living in areas affected by Bala don't trust government officials or health workers tell us about that. And what impact it has on your efforts to fight this disease? That is one of the most difficult challenges. I think the outbreak has faced the distrust. I think the worst part is that patients don't come. They are scared or they don't believe and then they don't come see care. And if they finally do see care they see care when it's too late and Ebola is a devastating disease. So if you arrive too late like, then the surviving are very very low and in the interim while they're scared and not coming to the center, and they're sick that risks exposing other people in the community or their families to the disease and then spreading the infection. So the distrust or their resistance is a major player and keeping a epidemic going Dr Janet Diaz of the WHO's health emergencies program. Thank you so much for speaking with us today. My pleasure. Thank you.

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NY health officials investigating illnesses linked to McDonald's outlet

Steve Dahl

00:39 sec | 4 years ago

NY health officials investigating illnesses linked to McDonald's outlet

"Officials over priest, abuse more on the story from Kathy Volker Lisa Madigan says the Catholic church has a moral obligation to, tell the, public about all sexual misconduct involving Priests she'll be meeting with Chicago archdiocese officials to talk. About seven priests, with links to Illinois who were included. In a scathing Pennsylvania. Grand jury report the report found, about three, hundred Catholic priests abused at least a thousand children over. The, past seventy, years, among the, Chicago area, priest, named, in, it are the, Reverend Raymond Lukac Gregory for Janik Jerry. Kook-han and Robert Spangenberg all four of them have passed away Chicago archdiocese. Officials say they look forward to the discussion with

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