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"jordan rubin" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

15:39 min | 3 months ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"And some people say well. I kito diets. Help you lose weight. I can't afford to do it. Well look you can have some carbs. Tim tebow eat six avocados day right and he himself on a ketogenic diet. And maybe he's not on one. According to the strictness of it he also happens to be the mexican avocados spokesperson avocados. That's great but that's a perfect example of something. Just eat healthy. Make that ratio work for you. And i do believe that. The high protein era of bodybuilding and recommendations. It's going to be obsolete soon. I think the plant protein paradigm. It's going to be less popular sue right now. I love chia seeds not because of protein source because of the fat man the routine i love him. I love sesame i love. Pumpkin seed. sunflower is amazing. I like some nuts as well seizure the best because of how high fat they are in relation to everything else. But it's a plant diet. It's an animal diet. But the kito diet is so powerful especially when combined with collagen proteins. That i am confident in five to ten years. It'll still be here and going strong. Why because it was developed fifty one hundred years ago and developed by accident five thousand years ago right so it's really truly amazing what we can see in teenagers in the elderly in athletes. Honestly a woman who wants to lose weight and have beautiful skin inch no better plan. You could be on. Yeah i mean it's so true in going back to your idea about you know with sports performance. I got a master's degree in exercise science. And as i was going through that program i had read the makers diet and i started doing intermittent fasting just because i felt better with it and i was taught. Hey if you want to exercise you need to make sure you have something like forty to fifty carbs before you exercise. And i would fast literally. I would drink a gallon of water. And i would fast up until about two o'clock three o'clock in the afternoon night workout and then right after that. I'd have a meal and eat for like a four hour eating window and i had such incredible gains had lost so much weight when i had irritable bowel digesting better and i put on so much muscle. Mass and i just felt amazing. My strength moves through the roof. And i was trying to explain this to the phd. Who's teaching my class. And she just could not. This is two thousand seven. Two thousand eight just could not comprehend. I was like i don't know why. But i just feel great. When i do this. And now the scientists starting to come out ten years later realizing hey literally things being published every single day you know. More and more athletes are jumping on this and saying wow. I felt significant results by following a high fat ketogenic style. Basically and now adding in this element of doing the broth i know The tristesse for the alley lakers started implementing that in with. Yeah and so. It's starting to now get into the athletic world or professional athletic world. And i think we're going to see a lot more of that down the road and you don't really helped pioneer that. Yes and kito absolutely. And i've been following the principles of a high fat real food diet. Intermittent fasting for coming up on twenty years and the jury theoretically is still out because the preponderance of randomized clinical trials on a ketogenic. They're relatively small. they're strong. The animal studies are strong. Yeah it's really just a powerful way to live. As i said i'm not dogmatic about it. Yeah thanksgiving i had a delicious spread of high fat high carb. I'm corn muffins. And we had this pie. We ate the stuffing was absolutely amazing with a sour dough stuffing using einhorn again. So it was and you know what though three days leftovers because the turkey honestly is like the worst part even like the. The broth is amazing. But you just eat all that stuff. I didn't want to let any of it. Go to waste. Yeah of course. And what i did to get right back in there. I started with intermittent fasting. A decent decently so next day after whatever it was three days of gorging eighteen hour fast in you. Just right back in the swing. It's acts if you're gonna do it. Meaning consorted go off the wagon. Then it's so easy to get back. Yeah and even if you want to cheat. There's even ways to do it. We talk about in kito three sixty a feast or fire phase and we have these phases where you actually now. Psychologically and physically fill up with junk food. Part of the problem is when people start diet their big excuses. I have all this food. I have to eat i order cetera. Don't eat it all with reasonable or getting the high fats in you know. Put some governors place. Then go on this fire phase but if you need to feast gonna a feast meal but after one hour at a time. Yeah because i remember reading a book years ago By the hellers thing was called the sugar addict's diet the sugar blues. If you will eat a bunch of food in a short window in an hour's period of time eat as much as you want the freedom to think you can yep it will maximize the amount of insulin. you can create rather than. I don't know if you experienced this. But when i ask you stinks elving. What had those that were three meals in a day. I literally woke up thinking. This is what it would feel like to be hung over now. I've not been intoxicated right. But i'm confident. That's what if he has like just like you. Don't wanna get up you're heavy. You're yucky because we can actually convert carbs and sugars to haul in our body so again you can be free to sort of spread your wings a little bit if you go to an event and you go off the diet. Just do it within certain parameters. And you're not done you're all i blew it. I used to be starting monday starting starting next month. I'm starting january first and everyone gets so guilt. Ridden and condemned. You can get right back on the that key. Turn the ignition and get in the zone. I mean i think that's really what it's all about. We don't necessarily want to be dogmatic or have these kind of really tight restrictive rules because that's just not a fun life to live. We want to have the freedom. And i think ultimately that's i think the idea of of the kito genyk life saw is really about creating more freedom in your life your less driven by cravings. You've got more energy better brain function throughout the day. So if you're at a holiday or your adds something make the best choices possible of course but enjoy yourself right to enjoy yourself and then you know basically hey jump right back into this genetic lifestyle high fat or intermittent fast. Hydrate your body. Well you've got the metabolic machinery built up. Once you've gone through the process and can jump right back into that and reduce the inflammation or any negative ramifications may have come from the feast meal right. And you know for really. There are some health benefits to from doing an occasional piecemeal and this is really what our ancestors in. It wasn't like you know if they killed an animal or if they had food it wasn't like oh let's let's be careful not have refrigeration so it was like eat it now or you know spoiling or something else or they pick land or something like that so they get the minerals and they get the fermented foods but you know typically it was like hey feast or famine easter famine and i. I learned about intermittent fasting from a doctor who wrote about this feast or famine. He knows more about for two weeks. Have seven thousand calories never two weeks off twelve hundred but learning about the intermittent fasting within a day. Yes time to me. That's revolutionary because you're never more than one day away from the zone zone but to me it's a fat-burning zone right. It's the being sharp being focused. Strong being energetic. I think so. Many of us struggle with these sugar issues. When i was a kid every class i had after lunch i fell asleep. I know my class before lunch. Best grades most attentive to the school bell ringing. But what i eat for lunch. Juice boxes bagels and they were whole or whatever but it was all carbohydrates all shoulders. I even though. I had a great upbringing. I used to drink like eight glasses of one. Hundred percent. Juice day ridiculous. I just screamed my life but now we don't do that. My kids don't do that and it's pretty awesome. Yes absolutely and again you know. It's really the lifestyle we restrict those things put. It actually gives you that freedom because you don't have the cravings and so ultimately a lot of the foods that i grew up on. I don't crave anymore. And the good thing. Is you know with with technology today with natural sweetening agents and things like that you can enjoy sweet foods without the blood sugar spike right and i know some of the products you guys have made taste amazing with the bone broth protein and now the kito bom broth protein great flavor to it. You know anything with coconut milk and putting these powders wrought chocolate. Somebody's really good thing. Stevia monk fruit you can create incredible favors and get that sweet flavor but not the blood sugar. Drop a few hours later. That leaves you. Just you know low on energy. You're irritable and then you're creating more sugar. You don't have that negative cycle instead. You just feel really really good absolutely. I think that's what it comes down to is you want to not be driven by your cravings but instead manage your cravings like you choose wisely and so you know what i think for this particular meal on indulge myself and maybe have something normally wouldn't because i just want to have more enjoyment in my life but it's not like you're you're craving at your salivating over it and you're like i have to eat this now. You know you're able to choose wisely on it if you fast. You're gonna cucumbers. And all i knew after a costs you ask tasted only water. It is it is amazing. The benefits you get from akito type diet my son as i mentioned it's thirteen. Yeah most thirteen year olds. Fourteen year olds puberty age. Young men and even young girls have pimples. Maybe not act yes. I've noticed kito type diet is absolutely amazing. Oh yeah so good for skin. I've noticed that as well and so jordan. What are your top five. You're if you're going to be on that desert island right. You had mentioned you get five foods desert foods to supplements to bring okay. What they five foods. I am going to go with. I'm gonna go with a poultry soup. You know because you got. Yeah i'm gonna call that one food and that's type to college login but also talked about the meat broth not being as good but really good. Yes it's got carnoustie's to write losses plus the pearling glycemic et cetera. So i would say a broth or a soup leisure. I'm going to go avocado. I mean amazing. Gentle good fats. Potassium vitamin e etc. Yeah i'm gonna say the coconut because it's so hydrating and you can young all kinds of great things with it. I'm gonna throw in there. The soluble fiber combined with the fat is absolutely fabulous. And it's not a food and it's not going to sustain but turn in their. You gotta spices or so. Amazing you might say well jordan. You didn't really have a vegetable. I love vegetables. Don't get me wrong. I really prioritize fast. And so if you look at what. I've got there. People don't realize how much fats in abroad or traditionally so. I prioritize fats. I could go in there with some tart berries. That are good for antioxidants. Maybe a berry or sea buckthorn. Because it's very that's high in talking. I'll stick with my five. Yeah supplements right now. The two most valuable supplements. I take on a regular basis in twos really hard but one of our kito proteins. Which has that bone broth oil. It's bone broth. Got a meat protein. It's gone it's amazing product. And that's my go-to one of my two protein sources and then turmeric. Oil is so potent and concentrated. It's hard to go for two. Because i do a lot of supplements but out of all of them in a deserted island scenario that is concentrated power that can do pretty. You can live on the kito protein practically the terminal oil. Just really set your body up for ultimate success. Make golden mill craig coconut. How hungry now. Yeah absolutely well. How do people find out more about you about kito three sixty program about broth protein when you can visit bone broth protein dot com our new kito. Three sixty program is available now at dr acts dot com billable at practitioners offices and health food stores near. You were really excited about that. And we have an online engagement platform where you can join hundreds if not thousands of others going through the thirty day program. That's what i love about sixty. It's not nine months. It's not even twelve weeks. It's thirty days and we believe you'll experience amazing results. We have three clinics that are exclusively using the kito three sixty program and of course. I'm partnered with dr josh. Dr axs dot com. Dr acts youtube channel facebook page instagram. We do all kinds of great things together articles teaching etc. Dr dockers dot com has a lot of our stuff so excited to be part of this. Yeah i really believe that this information could change more lives than really anything. That's out there. This is not a fad. This is the past but more importantly it's the future which were this has been an amazing interview and i just want to acknowledge you. For being a pioneer in the natural health movement at having such a huge imprint on my own health journey and helping me overcome bell and chronic issues and really just pure again just being a beacon of hope and a beacon of truth for so many people out there that are looking improve their health and so definitely check out dr acts dot com boom brought protein. Keno three sixty program really excited about that. No that's that's a new one that you guys just put out and if you the listener have enjoyed this interview and gotten a lot of value out of it. 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"jordan rubin" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

07:26 min | 3 months ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Always been told. They need the carbs loading. Yes our carb bloating. Or it's i'm really excited to. I'll say prove this out of small samples size with my son. But when i say he's on kito for example and i have a whole program. We're actually documenting it. I'm a little biased. But i think his results are pretty spectacular. We'll do a can of organic full-fat coconut milk two or three rags your scoop of our keno protein. And what we've got. We've got a combination of bone broth protein bone broth oil. That old my grandmother off the top. It's not really schmaltz saying that. He's getting a thousand calories. Eighty five ninety them high fat and it is an efficient fuel source. We should call that your fourth quarter diet right. I mean honestly. I am so convinced that the athletic community and sports nutrition is dead wrong about this and i believe in five ten years. We'll be seeing that as standard practice. But then when you add the anti inflammatory effects the brain boosting affects the metabolic effects is just absolutely tremendous and some people say well. I kito diets. Help you lose weight. I can't afford to do it. Well look you can have some carbs. Tim tebow eat six avocados day right and he himself on a ketogenic diet. And maybe he's not on one. According to the strictness of it he also happens to be the mexican avocados spokesperson avocados. That's great but that's a perfect example of something. Just eat healthy. Make that ratio work for you. And i do believe that. The high protein era of bodybuilding and recommendations. It's going to be obsolete soon. I think the plant protein paradigm. It's going to be less popular sue right now. I love chia seeds not because of protein source because of the fat man the routine i love him. I love sesame i love. Pumpkin seed. sunflower is amazing. I like some nuts as well seizure the best because of how high fat they are in relation to everything else. But it's a plant diet. It's an animal diet. But the kito diet is so powerful especially when combined with collagen proteins. That i am confident in five to ten years. It'll still be here and going strong. Why because it was developed fifty one hundred years ago and developed by accident five thousand years ago right so it's really truly amazing what we can see in teenagers in the elderly in athletes. Honestly a woman who wants to lose weight and have beautiful skin inch no better plan. You could be on. Yeah i mean it's so true in going back to your idea about you know with sports performance. I got a master's degree in exercise science. And as i was going through that program i had read the makers diet and i started doing intermittent fasting just because i felt better with it and i was taught. Hey if you want to exercise you need to make sure you have something like forty to fifty carbs before you exercise. And i would fast literally. I would drink a gallon of water. And i would fast up until about two o'clock three o'clock in the afternoon night workout and then right after that. I'd have a meal and eat for like a four hour eating window and i had such incredible gains had lost so much weight when i had irritable bowel digesting better and i put on so much muscle. Mass and i just felt amazing. My strength moves through the roof. And i was trying to explain this to the phd. Who's teaching my class. And she just could not. This is two thousand seven. Two thousand eight just could not comprehend. I was like i don't know why. But i just feel great. When i do this. And now the scientists starting to come out ten years later realizing hey literally things being published every single day you know. More and more athletes are jumping on this and saying wow. I felt significant results by following a high fat ketogenic style. Basically and now adding in this element of doing the broth i know The tristesse for the alley lakers started implementing that in with. Yeah and so. It's starting to now get into the athletic world or professional athletic world. And i think we're going to see a lot more of that down the road and you don't really helped pioneer that. Yes and kito absolutely. And i've been following the principles of a high fat real food diet. Intermittent fasting for coming up on twenty years and the jury theoretically is still out because the preponderance of randomized clinical trials on a ketogenic. They're relatively small. they're strong. The animal studies are strong. Yeah it's really just a powerful way to live. As i said i'm not dogmatic about it. Yeah thanksgiving i had a delicious spread of high fat high carb. I'm corn muffins. And we had this pie. We ate the stuffing was absolutely amazing with a sour dough stuffing using einhorn again. So it was and you know what though three days leftovers because the turkey honestly is like the worst part even like the. The broth is amazing. But you just eat all that stuff. I didn't want to let any of it. Go to waste. Yeah of course. And what i did to get right back in there. I started with intermittent fasting. A decent decently so next day after whatever it was three days of gorging eighteen hour fast in you. Just right back in the swing. It's acts if you're gonna do it. Meaning consorted go off the wagon. Then it's so easy to get back. Yeah and even if you want to cheat. There's even ways to do it. We talk about in kito three sixty a feast or fire phase and we have these phases where you actually now. Psychologically and physically fill up with junk food. Part of the problem is when people start diet their big excuses. I have all this food. I have to eat i order cetera. Don't eat it all with reasonable or getting the high fats in you know. Put some governors place. Then go on this fire phase but if you need to feast gonna a feast meal but after one hour at a time. Yeah because i remember reading a book years ago By the hellers thing was called the sugar addict's diet the sugar blues. If you will eat a bunch of food in a short window in an hour's period of time eat as much as you want the freedom to think you can yep it will maximize the amount of insulin. you can create rather than. I don't know if you experienced this. But when i ask you stinks elving. What had those that were three meals in a day. I literally woke up thinking. This is what it would feel like to be hung over now. I've not been intoxicated right. But i'm confident. That's what if he has like just like you. Don't wanna get up you're heavy. You're yucky because we can actually convert carbs and sugars to haul in our body so again you can be free to sort of spread your wings a little bit if you go to an event and you go off the diet. Just do it within certain parameters. And you're not done you're all i blew it. I used to be starting monday starting starting next month. I'm starting january first and everyone gets so guilt. Ridden and condemned. You can get right back on the that key. Turn the ignition.

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

07:34 min | 3 months ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"See fifteen percent off. Today that's right so we call it a well-formulated ketogenic diet rather than just akito genyk diet as we want to make sure we're getting that nutrient you know. Ultimately we always want maximal nutrients minimal talks getting that ganic high quality foods really nutrient dense sources is the key to doing that. And ultimately it's always a personalized approach right like you were saying that. Twenty grams net. Carb for some people that are you know in a sense that they just. They have significant insulin resistance. They need to get down rolo. But somebody that's healthier. That hasn't better. Metabolic flexibility better at utilising glucose as an energy when it does elevate up and they don't need to screw as much insulin. They can handle more cards than a healthier lifestyle is a healthier. The more that you're applying this the more you can turn on that fat burning switch and crete that metabolic machinery and. That's really one of the big things that you guys emphasize in the key. Three sixty program that you developed right absolutely. It's it's really do made simple ganic plus proteins from yeah broth collagen in it allows you. I think to go in and out sometimes. Ps select out of kito. Because they're afraid they'll never be able to do it and often the freedom to veer off occasionally is important and i could kito as an automobile. Yeah can turn it on anytime you want to understand the blueprint or have the key. That unlocks the ignition. And i think that that's really been our goal for me. I'm never going to be far away from kito. Cicis rights and people argue with me. You're telling me the kito diet as an ancestral. There's no way that people only eight high fat and butter etc. And they're right even say you wrote the makers. I jesus a bread. He was called the bread of life and he fed the five thousand men plus others with loaves of bread. But here's the bottom line kito so this is not simply twenty grams of net carbs. Kito sus can involve fasting. And that was the primary way that are biblical ancestors. Kato's i always tell the story the sermon on the mount. Jesus was talking to the crowd and then the message was over. The disciple said let's get out of here and get some food and jesus said no. We can't let these people begin their journey home or they will faint on the way they haven't eaten in three days now. He didn't say they're going to faint. Now can had to walk maybe a day or two. Yeah so point. Being it was not rare to go eighteen hours two days or three days without eating right that automatically ensure that they were in. Tito's this quite often. Fasting is part of it. Because i know the macro ratio and i really believe it has more to do with the high fat than it does the low carb because you can be on a low carb high protein diet. And you're not going to be in kato katose. It's all about the fat. The fat is your governor for using the car. In algeria it helps prevent you from having your glucose too high. Your insulin you high. So that's a way to get into ketosis to certainly a seventy percent fat calories twenty to twenty five percent protein five to ten percent carbs. There are other ways to such as certain. Fats like mcat's from coconut or from home oil. And then you've got the very fact that you consume a naturally caffeinated beverage any caffeine but green tea. Black tea coffee that will help you. Produce key tones right. And lastly you can consume supplements that have what we call eggs urgent keystone so cater three sixty five ways to get into your fat burning zone right. Don't get hung up. There are people that freak out on facebook online. You're consuming thirty-seven net carb grams. That's not really kito keeps. Hostess is the freedom to be able to burn fat as fuel without measuring anything. If you can go twelve hours without eating and instead of feeling bad you feel better right. And frankly i feel better in a fasted state oftentimes than i do when i'm just eating. Yeah and i can tell you. Lions are more an energetic when they are hungry than when they are full so it's also goes into sort of the intermittent fasting which is a key component key. Three sixty doesn't just following macro it's trying to minimize your eating window. Which helps fuel your body without without a doubt. our ancestors were fascinating chitose. Really or ketogenic. Lifestyles really fasting. Mimicking diet is obviously our ancestors. Were producing these key tones and utilizing them but they weren't intentionally trying to do it. They just either had cultural practices or religious practices built around fast enough food right right and so often. The body developed this mechanism to be able to produce these key tones and they have this epigenetics influence to down regulate inflammatory genetic pathways in our body to help improve certain neurotrophic growth factors and our brain. And i just give us this incredible performance benefit. That's why we call it the kito the you know in a sense that kito edge lifestyle right in the summit because it gives us that ultimate edge and life and like you said we don't need to be dogmatic about it. Ultimately the goal is. And i know this is your goal akito with the the keno three sixty lifestyles. Help people become in a sense. Be able to trust their intuition. How their bodies responding and be able to go longer periods without food because we need develop that metabolic flexibility where you can turn on the switch and let's say you did have carbs. Let's say you know all of a sudden fruit or whatever it was your body was good at getting those those glucose out of the bloodstream quickly into the cells because of its elevated in the bloodstream. It's toxic and damage nerves all kinds of stuff like that At advanced lit again products. All this this whole shenanigans that goes on our body destroying ourselves so we get it out utilize for energy and then bryant. We don't continue with these hypercard meals. We might extend our period of time without food or do a high fat meal. Shortly after suey can get our body back to burning fat as its primary fuel source and like you said we should be able to go easily twelve hours. I mean really sixteen eighteen hours as long as we're hydrated we got the minerals and feel good. I always feel my best at like the peak of my fast. Yeah just feels great and as you get going you may be able to extend it where you're able to do like a full day like twenty four hours and it's not that big a deal and that's when you have the freedom that metabolic flexibility and that's where you're sharing with people with the kito three sixty program and you're adding in these college absolutely proteins right getting those getting good healthy nutrient dense food sources and adding those key amino acids to support the -joyed sport the immune system. So sounds like a great all round program or you said your son's doing it and he's now yes yup and so a lotta times. Athletes are concerned about ketogenic livestock because athletes especially basketball players and athletes that are doing longer amounts of exercise rights or whether they're playing a sport for multiple hours players basketball players tennis players. They're concerned.

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

04:15 min | 3 months ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Broth is better. And what's interesting is bone. Broth provides us with the building blocks of our internal infrastructure. And it's missing. Today you know if you think about natural health we've come to certain truths. There's a balance of fats omega. Three mega six. Essential fatty acids. We get too much six. And that's bad and too little three but we want to balance it. Almost everybody watching probably knows that you know that. Good germs need number bad germs right balance and most people are bad instead of good and they want to be.

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

07:32 min | 3 months ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Forward slash fasting. Transformation can learn more about it and of course he can pick the book up on amazon. You're gonna love it. Thanks so much guys. So this podcast is actually a conversation. I had with my good friend jordan rubin developer of ancient nutrition and also the author of the bestselling book makers diet. We actually had this discussion in two thousand eighteen. Several years old but h- information is extremely relevant. Today guys are gonna love the things we talk about. How we talk about health. And collagen and intermittent fasting. He toasts us and on top of all these really exciting Nutritional approaches that can dramatically improve your health and your life. Jordan has a very powerful health story himself. That you guys will while here about two and so guys guys are gonna love this. And if you haven't taken the time to leave us a five star review please do that when you leave a review. That actually helps us reach more people and impact more lives and also subscribe to our channel. That way. You get notified whenever i put up a new podcast. You never miss these important discussions. Thank you so much for doing that. And being a part of our community and let's go into the show. Welcome to the cato. Aj summit where we are dispelling the myths and helping empower you to improve your brain and your body and getting edge in life through the keno genyk lifestyle. I'm your host. Dr david shockers and i'm really excited about our guests. Today's a good friend of mine jordan. Rubin he is written. How many books now. Twenty seven twenty seven books of course. The makers diet was probably the most popular new york times bestselling book. And he's done just so much. He's really a pioneer in the natural health. World i'm excited to have him on because he's actually developing a ketogenic program. Our topic today is really the the kito collagen lifestyle. We're going to talk a lot. About collagen collagen protein and how to incorporate this into your keno genyk lifestyle to get just overall better improvements improvements with your skin your hair your nails your muscles your ligaments and so we're going to go into detail on that really breakdown the science and show you how to apply it and so jordan always a privileged with really an honor to have you on our summit here. It's good to be here excited. Talk about what i would say are very ancient principles missing nutrients and simple straightforward ways to improve your health. What life is all about. That's that is what it's all about. And especially i mean with your story and there's going to be some people that have heard jordan story. It's miraculous story. Really inspiring for me and i want you to share your story how you got into natural health and Begin with well. First and foremost grew up. The son of a natural path in practice i was. Let's say indoctrinated into this message early. On but i didn't internalize it. I didn't own it. I would eat healthy in the house and eat junk wherever i could get it back. Then in the seventies and eighties say the natural food movement was not something that was cool or hip in today. Things have changed quite a bit. Absolutely what we have believed for so long is now becoming pop culture and i love it so for me. I was somebody who wasn't concerned about the health. Because i was very healthy. I was a teenager loving life on top of the world until i was on the bottom of the world. I was deathly ill. diagnosed with. crohn's disease eighteen other illnesses from diabetes to liver prostate heart issues. I had parasites candy to you name. It wasted away to one hundred four pounds at six feet tall in a wheelchair. Desperate for hope. Sixty-nine medical experts came in failed. I met a man who taught me how to eat from the bible. Yeah a diet that was proven through history and confirmed by science and it not only changed my way of eating. It changed my life. And i began to incorporate healthy fats. Real foods traditional foods and principles that we're gonna share today. Were beginning to permeate. And i committed to sharing this message with the rest of the world because these very principles transformed my life in just forty days. I went from death to life from sickness to health and by the magic of modern technology. Someone could right. Click my name and go to google images warriors. Another jordan rubin. He's a horror film author or writer and my kids call him the badge one reuven that his kids called me the weird jordan vince. Oh but you'll see a before. And after where i was emaciated. Deathly ill and that moment of faith i think was the catalyst for meeting get well. I knew got a plan for my life. But it's hard to take that first step when you were emaciated. Sick ugly entrapped in a prison. That was your own body. So i have been well now for nearly twenty two years time. Flies been free of the disease that has claimed lives has cost people their health and i've dedicated my life to help people get well and body soul and spirit and it's been a privilege to do that and i'm really excited to talk about the kito collagen lifestyle because these are not new principals. They have come of age right. Exactly we hadn't heard them before but it's really something our ancestors were doing absolutely and i really big hit book makers diet and i want to just you know. Thank you for writing that book because it was a life changing book for myself. I suffered with bowel syndrome. I dropped thirty pounds. I'd ortho sadeq hype. Attention had no idea. I could get better and that book really opened my eyes to a lifestyle that i can take to get well and in that book you talked a lot about chicken soup right and we're gonna get into that because most people are listening have had chicken soup and i know you also talked about cohen. The seventy s and eighty s. There wasn't a whole lot when it came to natural health and my mom's a natural path and so in the early nineties shed on a kind of a macrobiotic kind of hybrid diet and so we would have tofu in lima beans and stuff like that. Yeah all the unappetizing things but one thing she did really well was. We had chicken soup. We always had it and it was always one of my favorite things and it was like when i would have that i would just come alive and so tell us why chicken soup is just so good for our body. There's so many reasons. Why broth is amazing. If you think about herbs ir veda traditional chinese medicine the extraction of plant parts. We all believe is good for us. Whether it's green tea or rodeo or oshawa gondar turmeric. Hot water can do amazing things when it is a delivery vehicle for something that's powerful and so broth is the extraction of whatever's put in it in this case if it's chicken bones ligaments joints tendons and then you have meet now. I actually believe that the less meat in your broth better chicken soup is great night. Like dad vegetables and all kinds of things but bone.

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Hello and welcome to the doctor. Dockers functional nutrition. Podcast the show designed to give you science based solutions to improve your health and life. I'm dr david shockers. Doctor of natural medicine. Chiropractor and functional nutrition practitioner and on the host of this podcast. I'm here to tell you that your body was created the heal itself and on this show we focus on strategies. You can apply to gay to heal and functioning. I'm excited about today's podcast. But before we jump in. I wanted to remind you to download this month's special gift at dr jockettes gift dot com from kito meal. Plans smoothie recipes fasting quickstart guides have a new complimentary gift every single month to get your gift simply visit dr dockers. Gift dot com. That's d r shea e. r. s. g. i. f. t. dot com. Thanks for spending time with me. And let's go into the show. I'm excited to announce that we just launched my new book the fasting transformation a functional guide to burn fat. Heal your body and transform your life with intermittent and extended fasting. If you've been listening to this podcast for any period of time you know that. I'm a huge advocate.

"jordan rubin" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

05:26 min | 4 months ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"All right folks a few months ago. i was tennessee. Now is having dinner with some friends and Between bites of some kind of wonderful ice cream. We're having Jordan remember that stuff it was like. Mc in college in probiotics are our buddy andy's ice cream Was was fantastic. So so my podcast guests. Yesterday jordan rubin and i were chatting over both ice cream and then also some crazy trope odell some colombian recipe in which you take a like a giant beef loin and rapid in a towel and Prior to that coated in a thick thick layer of salt. And i believe in this case. paul i think his name was the chef down also drenched it in wine and olive oil. And then you just kind of like toss on fire and underground fired in andy's backyard. It was hazardous. I'm sure and yeah. It was good. Great your mouth tried to replicate that that exact recipe. When i got home. I got a loin from bell campo and i put a bunch of coarse salt on it and Some other seasonings and drench it in wine and olive oil and wrapped in a towel and this was about two months ago started a big fire in our fireplace in the living room. That i was gonna say the same thing forest fire if it was a toss it in there and it kinda sorta worked like it turned into this this massive explosion of flame and i was worried that i just burnt the entire piece of meat to crisp but once i took it out and carved it out of that giant layer of salt. It actually wasn't half bad. My kids were kind of impressed that i managed to not burn the house down feed them simultaneously with a kind of cool meal. Chaumet yeah is it as an andre flom bay but we weren't eating yak which which actually wanna talk with you about on on today's show but but real quick before we get into yaks and water buffalo and beyond basically will jordan are eating dinner. He was just fascinated me with all these stories of crazy animals and superfoods that he's now growing on his farm which you'll feel you on. His farm is just fantastic all in this. Very sustainable and regenerative way can feed a lot of people with really low acres requirements. And so i knew. I wanted to get on the podcast to talk about his farm and And and if you aren't familiar with jordan. I mean he's jordan not to make you sound old but you are one of the health and diet and supplements industry. As a matter of fact. I remember when my My great uncle. Vito down in down in florida. He had cancer in the. This must have been when i was thirteen or fourteen years old and he had a library books he was reading at the time. And you your book was one of them I forget the name of it. But i think it was one of your early like food to heal the body. Well what was the name on your. Maybe i think it was patient healed. Yeah and now i. Yeah yeah. And i remember thumbing through that like i had a keen interest in fitness and nutrition and had no clue who you were at the time but i thought was interesting. Book didn't steal it from my uncle but made a mental note. And then you and. I have crossed paths multiple times know. We have a mutual friend. Josh axe and i've had him on the podcast to talk about your guys. Company ancient nutrition. i've read most your books although i haven't yet read the makers diet which looks just fascinating. You know for me being a christian who also cares about nutrition. That book is on my radar and then you also have another book call about housing. not yes. My latest book is called essential fasting. So it's a really a guide to finding a fasting protocol that works for you. So yeah it's it's great. Fb that sometimes the best diet is no diet at all. I know it's such a fascinating better titled and don't eat so anyways jordan is he's not he's an author. He's a lecturer. He's been doing this for decades. He's the founder of garden of life. Which you've probably seen it just about any grocery store with a health food section on the face of the planet and he is formulated. Terry supplements and functional foods and beverages. He really thinks outside the box. Which is what. I appreciate about him and He also has like. I mentioned a keen interest in farming and Especially organic regenerative permaculture. All things that go into taking care of god's good planet while also harvesting really good stuff from it so anyways jordan there are so many places that we could jump in but in the interest of time. I want to tackle what really intrigue knees. We were having dinner when you told me that you thought cows were more or less kind of a stupid idea and that you stumbled across better ways to kind of raise. Animals particularly in the form of things like yaks water buffalo. And you're wearing a team. He active right now a good. I didn't see it. I i can see. It can see your shirt. Like i mentioned before we started. I don't know if you're wearing pants. But i can at least appreciate your team. Yak t shirt. You know what i should do. Ben is where a team yet t shirt and wear pants made out of yak hair. You know like that would be i. Would jack it up. I will not make any wuli yak underwear jokes right now. That's where they get it from all right so good go ahead. Why why why yaks water. Buffalo. what's going on there. You know. I think most of what i do has a very complicated chain of events but at the end of the day my passions.

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Power through eh white-knuckle through it just by down these not so much because you posted a story right and they closed. I thought it was gonna be he likes some real scandalous picture and then you post all that's it looks like a home birth juice of no. It was not a flatter vote. Take it was a weed is now legal in california which is had some <hes> devastating side effects because i've randomly we'll just like get in the bathtub and start doing like a stupid but story and i did want and my boobs showing at a very unflattering fucking angle and then i posted it and then somebody took it down one and then a couple of months later. These people started saying like you have to pay me fifty grand or else. I'm gonna sell it happening or like the whatever so i favor yeah i know well. I wasn't isis good news in my phone like this was the most unflattering photo like it was such a bummer because it's like there's so many this has happened and women have been extorted but it's over a photo. They posed for stand behind. I just looked like the ability. If you're gonna do it here here. Use this yeah mine look. It's hold well. It mine looks so like medical. See my dick. It's it can't be on a cold day right extorting. That's bad angle. I'm like holding aloof fought like no one but i was reading porn hub. Everyone told me that was a big big deal. People reaching out to me that were like congratulations. You're turning on porn. Yeah how i found out what time all my guy friends off at like eight thirty a._m. Ending on porno i'm like why ah jordan rubin texted me like nine a._m. Like y'all this is awesome. Provoke yeah..

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"In personifying them a lot more. There's a couple of moments like barely of subtitles in the original film. And so we did we heavily leaned in my writing partners. John Allen, I on writing a bunch of dialogue, which is a lot of fun to do critters, and they look awesome. The the the kind of kept it practical as part. CG cleanup. But. Oh, yeah. Old school kind of eighties, practical, what can people expect like Tele give us a log line critters, you can expect the crates from the originally you can expect a a creature feature, but you can expect a lot more comedy than you know, because that's my background and feel like it's like an unspoiled or. The crap I'd say it's sort of. It's one of those rare movies that straddles both. No, yeah. See that's really good. We should definitely covers. I think it's to be on both. And it's a little like it has a little stranger things element to to because it's more of a young kids with critters. Yeah. And it's a series. It's like an ongoing digital streaming series, like eight ten minute episodes. Yeah. That's interesting. They dropped it all at once. Okay. So it is like a tiny is the length of a movie, but it's cut up a piece. Yes. Oh, that's great. Oh, I like that. Yeah. I love it. Critters new binge on shudder. Check it out. Which I think your visual style. So get an your comedy style is always great. And when they meet together, it's like heart to heart. I love our reference. It's like, Sean Penn and Madonna. Hey, wait a minute. Jason wouldn't want to build. What's where are we writing weeks later? Okay. So I will John wick three which comes out middle of may. So if you want to come out love that tick tock Mesozoic. Yes. Tectonics two week. Yeah. So all right. And that's going to be in the theaters the Jomaa the whole thing is coming straight to Apple's pushing it straight to ever got own just like cutting into digital series. Yes. It's cut into three minutes segments. You're gonna get a text message out. That's really cool. Very cool. Very cool way to do that. I play just people know the enemy up it. I played the animated parrot. I'm the voice of John wicks new animated parrot. Oh, I love that. I so So nervous. nervous. And yet. No, I feel like by the way for John with to have a pair it we've all been hoping. Well, that's the thing is he spent so much of the movie alone. Not being able to talk to someone else. They were like, let's give them someone to talk. I just fear though, anytime he's had an animal. It doesn't go. I know it's true. Well, spoilers. I a couple of weeks long show will be coming out on may third may third and you are in launch out with who. Yes, I'm in long shot with Shirley serotonin, Seth Rogan, very exciting. And it's super funny killed that south by south west, and I will just plug that I have an ongoing comic book series called ghost rider destroys marvel history and comes up monthly for six issues. The first issue fantastic four this one was about Spiderman and the next one is going to be about the X men. And so yes, you did you.

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"The algorithm. So at the end, you just thought they were she they're waving goodbye to him. I knew that Sean Penn has him saying you have to wave you have. Why was he saying that because he was like and like why what's he doing? What's he added him? She said, no, I'm not waving. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I was like, oh, I thought that Sean Penn I it makes total sense that he got the opium. I thought oh, they must have figured out. Getting the diamonds like real diamonds. Like here must have been some because that was what the scene previous had been. But I wanna see what Jason's doing the moment that Sean Penn uncovers the opium. I was honest to God like driving here. Right. Like literally like federal. Yeah. Yeah. You would have missed guys drive and watch Shanghai surprise, you would've. I mean, what does that add what does this add way to go? And for any any other innocent victims. Oh. Does all because. Makes me like. Isn't done enough on people on the answer Jordan's questioned the two movies that are recommended after watch Shanghai surprise from YouTube for free are caveman starring Ringo Starr. And the drama the last days of Frankie the fly comedy drama with Dennis hopper. Wow. I wonder if the first one was just because of the Beatles tie. That's what I think be Jordan you. You're a great director you directed zombie vers. Here's your became a great direct your movie play it, slam dance. And you've tackled this critters world you've reopened the critters franchise with a brand new series critters new binge which you can stream right now on shudder, which is a great kind of MCI shudder to a bunch of great stuff on there. Yeah. Really, really cool. And I'm not just saying that indie stuff. Stephen things like Mandy is on there. And you have a great new Nicotera has some stuff that so talk to a little bit about this movie. Are you not movie TV show? Oh, well, we actually felt like we shot it like a movie it was shot up in Vancouver. It was pretty quick shoot. But pretty fun budget for me. It was Warner Brothers. And they approached me, I guess because I'd done zombie vers. And you know, I didn't realize how deep the fan base of critters was, but it's pretty exciting. So I dealt back into that. And we got really heavily involved in personifying them a lot more. There's a couple of moments like barely of subtitles in the original film. And so we did we heavily leaned in my writing partners..

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"At this time romancing the stone exists, right? Right. Right. That is by far a better version is movie like raiders king. Solomon's minds came out after raiders all of these. On that. And you're absolutely right. This is another one of those. Oh, let's keep mining the thirties and forties. Those kind of like pulpy don't realize. We got to get this out. We're gonna stall jigs for the peop- for the boomer generation these type of movies hit them. Right. Right. You know, these kinds because they're not that it grew up on this on this was because this one doors that were younger. Yes. But the problem was also like there is nothing inherently like charming about Sean Penn. No key. And he also refuses to look a fool, right? So even her double. Vulnerable time willing only fast times, only, that's the only just doesn't he won't do that. And you and you look that cool when you have a rickshaw race red at the top of the movie, I mean, like he when you're peeking through a wicker basket, right again, wicker basket and raiders claims. Yeah. But no. But it's like they custody putting them in these situations where and this is the way we're we're confused about the slapstick because I think the movie is supposed to be there's even a moment. April caught this. I missed it where the campaign April watch this for you know. Yeah. We're we're the camera is moving towards Chinese lanterns and in your, oh, they're not gonna hit that Chinese lantern. Oh, they do but camera just onto lantern. And Mel Brooks joke, and it's sort of like is that or is what are we doing here people because it's like the porcelain hands can be a joke. But no one's blaming. So when he does his handwriting I guess at series and the race. Yeah. I took a still which I don't know if you ever wanted. I don't know what you guys if you post. Guy on the left. He is staring right into the camera. The what? Actually think Madonna was more capable of doing some of the physical comedy. There was one beat where she he walks in after his like alright fuck session. And she hops out of the bet was was cool. It really did make me laugh. Do you think that she was like kind of conned into it like a fun comedy movie? This'll be fun. And then she couldn't she couldn't be funny because that scene was legitimately funny when she jumps out of the bed. I laughed heart of that. I just don't think he was it. He's not doing any comedy in the movie at all. He's doing some mugging. He's doing some like these big show mugging..

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"There's there's there's forty people in that room twenty. Away wouldn't everybody know, oh, one of those Shanghai's belts? Is that one's a bum boss? I've seen that that's a Shanghai. So it open that one. We're in Shanghai just make one pocket because then you couldn't hold anything. They would just have the ball. We need to have that surprise. And also your stuff like it's a utility kids have curse plus a bomb on your body. It's like JAMES BOND situations. Gotta Shanghai surprise for one reason. And one reason, you know, you know, you gotta carry. You only purchase a Shanghai surprise for the surprise element. I wouldn't do I wouldn't want to carry carry your stuff stays my phone. And then also. The Shanghai surprise might make you get out alive. It's like it's like having an extra battery for your iphone like you gotta have the iphone to you just can't have the extra battery. You know? It's like, it's it's sort of like you need you are like having one of those gun lighters. But it's also. Yeah. I don't know if that makes sense. And also, you're not helping me case the premeditated nature of it. Because Sean Penn's Jiang. I surprise was done like, Sean Penn basically packed his with jokes. So he didn't need it for stores like Sean Penn put mothballs in. Anyway, I don't even maybe watch to to quit. Yeah. How did his blow up? That's question. I love to get to on a timer. But how was it? There was no way. Him set it up. We didn't see anything happen. There was no there was no like brick that I agree flows. And why would my gain even touch another belt? Like right that. All right. Give it to me. I'll look at it. Like also, why did they dive in the water? No one else needed to. And everyone was fine. Got right out. They didn't swim anywhere swimmingly. I think this movie thought if we put them in the water, we're upping our production values because these phone. Well, at the very beginning when they get out cold open starts with Faraday and uncle Vernon d'ors Lee from the Harry Potter love that getting double crossed and having the jump in the water and uncle Vernon drizzly is mental X whim like across a great like valid piece of water. And I was like this guy's dead. Yeah. All right. Vernon all by the way. He was struggling running down that ramp, by the way, I liked watching him struggle. For what he did herbs. Every time. He called Harry, boy, how dare don't think. Don't you think? Maybe this is a prequel to Harry Potter is. This is why he treated Harry, like he had a very tough line. All his using ching Hai feel doesn't know anything about Shanghai the Shanghai years. I also feel like it's you have to be so cocky to do in a movie right after the cold open to go one year later this dramatic when you have to see the coolest action initially. Yes to earn that especially if none of characters from that cold. I've been going to be featured in the neck writing, it'd be like, wow..

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Shitty twist doesn't that feel like a studio note, or it's like, no we need a little macguffin that he can come back with later. Yeah. And and and when he goes to throw it like you wouldn't need to be good at a knuckleball. Right. Like, he just he just throws a baseball at one of the it's not like he's got to pursue. No. It's not like the knuckle by for like, I understood at the end something that I had never understood before which is that he was a failed. Baseball player was that. He wanted to be baseball player would've loved that introduced earlier on the same also would have made things like the guys obsession with him as a baseball guy, or whatever his nickname forum is big stick or whatever big bad or I don't remember. But like it would have made that guys like all the baseball specifics makes sense to him like all of it would have wanted to give and Sean Penn character depth Shanghai was what I think he was there. I don't know why he was there. I think he was just who him. I'm just hanging out being. Yeah. Looking I think he was like, oh, no. He was getting the ties. I assumed he was kind of like. Channing ties to sell had crates of times these will sell them back picking up tied. Getting a tattoo of nudey. This guy loves the our introduction to him as he loves nudie girls. Getting a tattoo. I don't that. I don't mind that as a character trait. Yes. Love Lovin, those nudie girls. I'm like a nudie girl kinda guy myself. No, yeah. No. I feel like that's another Sean Penn. Like, my guys like obsessed with his first lines are basically, he didn't even finish the nipple. No, by the way, heaven, Tom Hanks, and Kevin Costner also up for this role at a certain point. Yeah. Also, the police chief Meighan yet so hands get blown up yet. We can talk about the whole Shanghai surprise of it all but in a second. But the fact that he gets his hands blown off. And then we next see him smoking with the he has his porcelain hands of the cigarettes, wouldn't he have sort of PTSD type like trauma of like fire near his hands. Well, I mean, this guy is in an ear. Yeah. And his experience he never once. He has porcelain hands and the poor son handed FedEx he never puts them down by aside. Always in frames. He's going into surgery. He's just what scrubbed in and is walking with them almost at his Vegas. Being directed. Oh, absolutely. Creek. Can't see the left-hand patient when it was a bad props guy. And if you put them down, they just fall off. That's what I think it was I feel glass me revenue MB. They look too heavy to me. Also, let's just say two things about this guy. Just the opening scene in the movie, we meet the police chief he gets his he gets a Shanghai surprise of Shanghai surprise, the old Shanghai, which is like a little a homemade bomb, and which is like a utility belt. Yes. Batman style. So I. You have to go through five to get to the five different compartments that are in full of stuff. Right. Yes. Everybody though is wearing them under their clothes seamlessly. Yes. And this thing is well yet Bacchus like thing. But I didn't understand buck another movie on the top. And is the goal. Ultimately is the goal of that Shanghai surprise blow fans? Yeah. Yeah..

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"I so bought it that I wished that that character. Maybe they didn't because it would have given it away. I've been more a part of the movie, right? The old man version of Faraday, right? Yes. Thank you, by the way, but he was raining. Van. He just take the strange though, that there was a father burns who comes in at the end of the move. Yeah. So. News that I was like, wait. So he's impersonating a real per ramming. This movie has around literally nine twist endings that you don't care and one of the one that I disobeyed the most never happens, which is I might natural. Presumption. Maybe because it's Madonna is that she is because she is like the other set up that this is like a film Noir setup and making Madonna the fem fatigue. So I kept being because material that so I was waiting for her turn for her to be like, oh, we're going for somebody else for her to double cross for her to not only never happens. She appears to genuinely be a missionary. She is a missionary. I thought she was acting the part of a missionary the whole I thought she was going to double cross and be like, oh, no, I'm working for myself. And then make sense as to why Madonna's sex bomb, Madonna who like fucks, Sean Penn day after he. Folks. The woman who has the jewels. That was gross Madonna here. I in my mind, I justified it by being like, oh, well, she's not really a missionary sex though that was like she did. Yes. Religion. Actually wasn't. She just needed him to go get that opium. Willing to do whatever she had to do as a missionary within you looting, reverse cowgirl. But. There was something about that scene. And they feel like this is where the movie has a trouble kind of casting Madonna because she made me made her rape him. What she also was like, Lexi, and he's like, nah, I'm I'm good. And then she's gonna like whatever she she really like, I'm gonna make you own me. But it was very Madonna like sex. You're going to be obligated to a very nervous like missionaries never taking. Listen, she can still be a sexual being NBA missionary. Right. Okay. I guess I just felt like that part of her character with silt in congress would have made sense. I guess I guess I'm feeling the same thing. There was a tension. As to how vivacious Madonna was as somebody who truly would not be as a missionary would not have her hair done like that would not be so wouldn't present. So like vivacious in that that was where I was like this must belie a reveal later that. She is. In fact, not a machinery is in. I was like this is all pent up missionary energy that she's finally has an outlet for. And I believe you're right because all these does four no problem with the sex scene, which I was like actually kind of into until they cut it. And it's like, we we have Sean Penn and Madonna, and this is all they had visited we all want to tune in this the basket scene between them was more. Engaging when they're both in baskets not on camera. You're saying that was more engaging that fell. Re-shoot that was like in the corner. And it was the worst leaker basket. Hotter than that. Then that sex scene is when they're both in baskets..

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Pirates of the Caribbean to wait. Nice. I know what I'm saying. Thought I was out. Right back in. Ted three. We needed like the full title. Do you know the whole title thing? That's where we get gets tricky. The carribean. Curse. The now is that one. Chryssa the mixing up some Indiana Jones films and don't get Jones involve cursive the. David Jones Jones like. Wait. So you're saying the first one is called cursive, the Davy Jones Walker. Named the whole series advertently. Yeah. All right. Well, great job. But that's that's not your class. Chris part to the Caribbean to curse of the black Pearl. No, so pirates of the Caribbean. The legend of Jack Sparrow. Parts of the Caribbean. The Bronx tale. Just stop at the first port Newell through this rap of hundreds of the Caribbean know, this more words, even in the first one Disney's parts of the Caribbean. Right. It's just more. It doesn't just end the Caribbean com. Pirates of the Caribbean to. I don't know, man. I mean, I'm trying. Do they do the numbers in even they do have the numbers? I thought it's just parts of care being. And then whatever that that one is like, you know, you know, at world's end or whatever. That's not that's not helpful to them repeat that one be wrong. So Shane take. This thing home. Pain enga-? Mark get your prizes. He graduations. You did it dude. Yeah. You could take name name tag back to. Thing on it mansions. Congrats. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I like your boots. All right. We did it. We got one minute left saying give us a whatever you wanna plug. I'll bet he'll helium comedy club twenty eight through March. Second in Portland, Oregon somebody to come to that. I'm establish nineteen Eighty-one on comedy central records. And thanks for just come Shane tourists. Everybody. Jordan rubin. Noon project the drone if you're in slammed and next week. Please come screening, otherwise it'll be out in a couple of months and critters will be out in March right on. Thanks, george. Thank you. Everybody. Chris one hour comedy central special this Friday, January eighteenth eleven PM size thirty eight waist, and I have a podcast called the history. Hyenas it's about history and nature. Fucking wild. Check it out. Sara swire. Hello, enter the puck lips is still playing at the throughout the world. Yeah. Go see if you just don't if you want to like, go, see the film. Yeah. If you want to. Should it? Do. I think it is all my God. I'm I'm bad at this. It should be. It's a it's all over the place. Lots of Alamo draft houses are doing special screenings sing along screenings. Because people love the songs. They're really catchy and dancing. CD's as well. I mean, if people want you can it's on Spotify. I tunes as well. So it's not like it's a unattainable treat by ROY takes those out of the. Yeah. All right. So thank you to everybody. Yeah. Thank you. Sarah. Let's hear everybody. Sara Swire Christie step. No. Jordan, Ruben Torres. Thank you phone group. Douglas Reeves back here at UC Franklin on Tuesday, January twenty ninth two weeks from tonight. And as always Amanda forgetting read sick on his birthday is shit. Head. Let's go says I am shit head for making duck say movie passes shit, head back with movie pass was a good value. That being said movie pass stinks now. And L A S D is a shit head. That's a good one. Healing.

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Friday. January teen comedy central special comes out eleven PM size thirty eight waist, and it's it's just that's what I named it. And there were like are you sure you're just throwing irrelevant information? I wanted to name it. I want to Chrissy bitch AP's. But then they made they said we can't bitch and the title. So I said, well what I've my weight size right now thirty eight so let's just call it that they work. Are you? Sure. And I was like let's wrote that. And now there's billboards in New York and LA that you'd say it. People are like why don't get we supposed to shop with this guy. This comedy thing Jenny Craig thing what it is. But watcher January eighteenth, and you can stream it online on the app. Whatever it is. You know, you'll watch it. We're all gonna die soon. Doug knows how I am. And I'm fucking nervous. Count on that. Is that nervous energy? Makes you so much fun to be. Because you don't know what the hell's you're going to say, I don't know anything, bro. Another great example. Yeah, let's say Hello to. Now. We got a couple of veterans coming up. These guys outta show before starting with comedian. And filmmaker Jordan Rubin is here. Hi. New project for you to promote right now. Hey, hey, yeah. I directed a movie called the drone which is basically like child's play with the drone. It's like Chucky. But in a drone Kenan thing. Does it? What does it Joan talk? Spoiler alert. Eventually does. Oh becomes santee? Is we like to say yes about robots does. And when did where can we see it? When's it come out? Still it's gonna premiered slam dance next week need, and then we're figured out, and I just did a reboot of critters. Really? Yeah. So that's going to be a series of digital series on while. I can't say just realize, but were which one of these projects had the publicist reach out and say, can you have Jordan Rubin? Drawl having own Jordan Rubin movies working there. You know, the delay like one, but then the other they end up coming out this promote both of them will the drone be mad that you're promoting the other thing, I think I'll take care of it. Okay. I'm a little worried that my head is so much smaller than Chris's. I know he does have a bigger than you. That's for sure. But also, I know people can't hear that on the cast. But I dunno. If you have a total you client. Client, these guys look like natives. Here you gotta show can head like there. Yeah. Got a big noggin too. So you really got a small head. And him to. Yes, it's nice to me. That guy at least your waist to Chris. It is going to get my pants thirty two ways. You're thirty two wait special. Oh, got thirty thirty two and even my shoe size. Unlike the guy and in Beetlejuice in the waiting room got a little bit. Yes. True. I was trying to say. Jogo crews traders say having special two of his for one of yours. Maybe if I sat closer the perspective. Yeah. Four looks really take a picture backstage where you stand right for the camera, and they stand very far back. Okay. It'll totally even the score. Thank you. But in the meantime, we have to say Hello to Shane. Taurus, everybody. I wanna say you are like three times in his many months and third time. Love to have you this my first time here on the show in LA. Yeah. Yeah. It's good to why you because you're living in New York. Right. Yes. So why are you out here? Right. Oh meetings. That are you know, some executive head to have somebody sit across from after lunch. So that's why I'm here. It's going it's going well. I was in Denver. And I thought I'd come see my friends is really what? I'm very busy. I have no projects. I mean, those meetings are great though, because they'll give you a water or coffee or San all of mine are getting scheduled right at four o'clock too. So it's a nice time driving around. Oh, yeah. That's true town that time doing shows. And I was yeah. I'm just on the road. And I have a web series coming out on comedy central. Chris has a Christmas.

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"jordan rubin" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"jordan rubin" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Listen, not only did you guys show up and stand out there in the rain to get in. Here. You have done everything else perfectly. So you'll always have that got a Douglas movies teacher one size fits, maybe. That's in the prize bag. We've got of course, I was just in San Francisco at the wonderful SF sketch fest. And so I brought you guys a copy of San Francisco magazine, it's very thick and judging by the cover it seems like it's political so joy that along with. A weed maps t shirt. Yeah. Got to shirts now. You can do laundry lists. Douglas movies sticker. And this was fun. I got a nice little grinder from a dispensary up in San Francisco. Very nice called spark all that. Plus, it came I double wrapped it in two plastic base because fuck the environment. But also, it's raining out there. I want everything to get all wet. Let's bring my as you can see there's four guests chairs tonight and. They have a lot of fun, please give it up. I hope they're ready back there. You guys ready back there? Yeah. That's what I thought. Quite an active green room tonight is a lot of socialized. He going on back there. So we'll see what happens if by produce everybody, please give it up for Sarah, Swire, Jordan Rubin. Krista Steffano and Shane toward the F. Leads to the stage. Please. I beg of you. Maybe of you just come out here against my show. There. They are. Some of them. Good all get here visually. Gonna be awesome. But let's talk to the two that are with us. So far. It's yeah. It's tricky. It's one of the first things you have to learn show businesses where the stages. And then microphone uses comes up next because this is audio podcasts. No, it's all good. And let's meet these guests individually starting with directly to my left. And I think we discussed it backstage briefly. I think I pronounce his rise. It's Sarah Swire everybody. Hello. Not only one of the stars of the terrific. If you haven't seen it, what are you doing with your life and apocalypse also the choreographer of the because that's right. It's Chris looking at me. It's a musical with zombies in love. No. But I'm into it. He's in people like it's really true. How many people here tonight of seen it? Come on. It was more than you were expecting. That's good a very positive outlook because that was shit. Thank you. But that one that did see it was super like he really dragged out his. Yeah. Very into. It's great. Right. Yeah. But it'll it'll probably hit more I ball's here when when it's on on demand and stuff. Yeah. The yeah. And it's become a Christmas. Classic. Like you'd watch it every year at Christmas when you yeah. It's way better than you know. You need to say a title because Christmas movie suck. Not enough of them have zombies in them. And the scary Christmas movies are too scary. I like a little of everything, and you guys did a great job of making the movie like sweet and touching fun. But also fucking people die everyone everyone. It's awful. It's so sad. It does get really sad at the end at sadder every time. I see it. Oh, that's good to know. Because of first part is I'm happy they're all alive, and then they all Di spoiler zombie movie. We haven't been clear, but how did you get the job of being like not only in the movie, but also choreography which which came first? I mean, I don't have a very exciting story. I dish in like most people do and try to do and it worked out, which is awesome. And then I got the part. And then you're like, hey, I wanna do that part. Please help me do that for you know, I. Yeah. That was basically it Judy. Well, everybody just cast move say, hey, also the great with props. I have that job on the show as well. Yeah. I I was working in Scotland for a while doing choreography for like music videos, and for some sage things, and we should mention that the film is takes place there. Not only on Christmas musical. But it's also based in Scotland. And yeah, everyone dies, and it's really sad. And it's the best part of every Christmas for here on now until forever. If you can watch it. You guys take you for being here tonight. Let's say Hello to our next..

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