19 Burst results for "Judy Cho"

"judy cho" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Maybe in about twenty days. I what had happened was it was an odd thing because you know sometimes there's an actor you'll be riding around in their car something and you'll you'll think of like i. It's still just thinking of yourself as an actor. You think like you know the good to do a scene like i do like like this type of same okay. And then like a month later you'll driving along and say it'd be good if i had this well. What happened was over the years of doing that. I wound up with twenty five to thirty scenes in my brain that were not connected but what occurred to me why to my wife was. I knew that i was a through line that i had the manufacturer but it was easy to do because i had the scenes already in it was just a matter of transforming it into a structure. And that's what happened. So i i wrote one day for about twenty days and i had myself a first play fortunately A woman named judy cho bajaj. I i went to college without the ucla with her and she was a literary agent. So when i finished that. I didn't really know what to do with it. Except that i knew she was a literary agent than i'd known her since i was like eighteen years old so i called her so she got it so anyway be sent it out. This is like a really an amazing thing in my brain. That had happened this way. But it just shows you. How things can happen. The first meeting. That i have is with somebody who's leaving company. A big company. He was leaving a big company but had read my script and said come on over and talk before i leave and what happened was the option that the next day so that was the beginning of it. All it was it was it was like one meeting. I had in order to get everything rolling which is like on artem really windy. Think about it because it just it just showed me that i can do this. Okay and i was. I wrote it for me to play the lead. And i. I was looking at direct at that time but His name was david breaker and it was just like one of amazing things that happened. And that was the beginning and for me so so i wrote And then i wrote when i once i That was option. We were moving around quite a bit There was a huge amount of interest because what caught people's attention was the in in in those days. Now It's not that way because Because of quentin tarantino started writing movies. That were very violent. And funny. I was i did this in nineteen eighty six okay and it was very violent and very funny. Why did quentin. And i both feel the things when we started writing is because we were both really really interested and we were enamored of sergio leoni and that was the the the frame of reference i think in both of our brain that you could get away with having a very funny movie. That's very violent. No-one really done that before. So we sergio leoni too. You know so. I knew that i could do it with my sense of humor which is different than sergio. Yonis interview over different than gwen tarantino sense of humor. But i knew that i could do it and it works. That's what caught everybody's attention. So then i wrote a thing called trigger-happy which eventually became then khan and that was nineteen eighty seven so i started writing. That and i took a little bit longer to do that. One not because. I just felt like well wait a second. I'm i made good on my bombers of my life here as i could I could do this. And so i took a little bit more time for each of the sequences and then david reeker again. He optioned the right away and what happened so that was eighty seven. We don't make a lot of people wanted the script so you know. That's that's what happened between eighty seven and Ninety five what happened in ninety five though was i. I gave the script to richard dreyfuss went to college. I mean we went to We went to in beverly hills high school together and we drove graduated high school. We we drove across the country together to new york and we agree. We're we're gonna make movies together. That was it. You know when i started writing these scripts. I said remember that when we were driving across country you know and in nineteen sixty five is. We're going to make movies. Here's here's wonder we can make that read it. And he gave it to his his producing corner who is due to the james and she did something that the others didn't do the ones that had either option to or or I just had a huge honor people coming at me to do all these scripts you know that i was writing so but she said it. You let me have this grim. We will be in pre-production in ninety days so that was something that no one else had said. Because because by the time it's ninety four ninety five I just wanted to get the movies made now okay. So that's what she said. I said okay you gotta deal. That's that's how that came about. We were in reproduction in ninety days. So that and then we We made the movie very inexpensively for about five million dollars. Okay if if a studio it put together the movie with the cast. That i had done it would have cost them about thirty five to forty million dollars but what happened was richard dreyfuss said to me. He said look. I'll do it for points. Forget about my salary salaries we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna wind up making you know fifty million dollar movie here. I'll do it for points and we'll keep the since he's producing with with judah. Jane's we'll we'll be able to keep the cost of this down but what happened was when. He said that he would do it for points. Then everybody that i went to gabriel byrne's of goldblum mellon bargain down. They also they do it for points so i. So that's how that movie got done for like you know a little bit. More than five million dollars is everybody decided to do it for points. Instead of getting their usual salary drive. Those was gonna getting like seventy. I saw him turned down movies when we were in. The production offices was starting that movies where they offering him seven million dollars just to make the movie for him you know and then jeff goldblum was hot. They were they were all making millions of dollars all of them every single one of them. So that's why. I was able to keep them the budget down. On unmanned time e touchback christopher jones is great to see him. It's great to see. Richard pryor again. It was just. It was great to have that but then so it's like a who's who of everybody. How did you manage it. Billy idol of all people. Some of the people. I knew and they immediately signed on to do something. I knew. richard pryor. I knew rob reiner. My father's signed up to do. Although he was tough this they got my father. Was the office phone to get it is. There was a thing that i wanted him to do. Along with richard pryor. I wanted the symbols of death. Meaning richard pryor plays jimmy the grave digger re my father plays mr godly. Who owns the mortuary. I wanted them to have the the two that are known as comedians. Who aren't going to say anything funny in the movie. It's just but it it comes off you know here's a let me say something that i don't think i've ever i've said this yet but anybody but when i met richard dreyfuss beverly hills high school we were both fifteen years old and when he sat down to me he sat down next to me in an auditorium.

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"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

Healthcare Business Secrets

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

"So i have a beginner's guide to carnivore. I have like a kid density. So i've been giving up all these things and i've collected emails in that process. And now i can share with my community that have seen value in the content of shared. And so now. I can say hey guys like here. I have above. That can even help you deeper. If you're willing to pay a little bit from it. And so. I mean it's just a ton of marketing and there's other things that i'm doing but i mean those are some men it's really. It's really about planning ahead of time of how you are going to do the tactics to make your products successful. The doesn't matter what it is doing. A thing is the smallest part of the job. The rest of it is marketing. Like it's funny. How recycles right you can make it fancy book and be the expert and no one buys it because you're not an authority in knowing knows you exists. You know marketing you're probably and you can have the best service in the world and no one's gonna know if you don't mock it probably yukon rely on referrals. You can't rely on word of mouth and hopefully somebody will find you because maybe your book might help some people in twenty years eventually unanimity. But you have to go out there and actually promote it like if you go to service. People need to be experiencing that service if you go to product people to be purchasing and using that product. You're to book. People need to be reading it and the only way to get that to happen is to get people to see it and to get people to see it as you marketing. Strategies about i'm a big proponent of of joint ventures. I think that's an amazing of doing it. And then and we run a lot of ads to book and so we We focused more on getting it out and using it as a lead generation tool so people get in my book the lend some things they pick just many programs and they because they join our program a you're looking at trying to push ups seller lists and things like that you know we've already made the best. I think it's new arrivals on amazon so it's made it already in two categories. I'm really grateful for that. And yeah in a perfect world. I don't think as a self publisher you can get on new york times. I mean that's not really my goal. It's to get this book out there to as many people as possible and so we get on amazon bestseller list. That'd be awesome. I believe it has the potential right. Like i've just worked so hard on it and you know i've shared little snippets and like you said i have done so much marketing. You know one thing. I'd recommend it for your viewers is that there was this like podcast. I listen to a while ago. That said you know a lot of people will share information and they don't talk about their own practice in their own business and so people don't even know that you offer services right so you need to be clear about your.

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"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

Healthcare Business Secrets

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

"The supermarket and buy some drugs if they really want pain relief right so it's not just about the pain relief because if it was that's what they do and i've often said that to clients. Now say well. I don't wanna do that because drugs are bad. Or i don't wanna do that because you know that's not going to fix it and you go okay so you wanting to fix the issue not just give yourself in relief for five minutes and they go. We'll of course and go okay. Great and the reason that i do that is because people sometimes are not even aware of what they actually want. They just kind of telling you some stuff but in the back of the hit. It's something else and so unless you know that about your client. You can't create an irresistible offer. That just as a no brainer for them to want to work with you because you're not speaking the language and so you're saying come and see me. I'm going to help your pain. And the person goes okay like intellectually kind of want that thing but emotionally. It's not what i want. Were someone else comes along and said. I'm going to help you to be able to play with your kids. Some big opportunity and the thing on. It's amazing i wanna go there and look you competitors and you go. Why is that drink. So well. And and i'm the same as am. And i'm i've got more qualifications and it comes back to the thing right we'll qualifications the name. I'm more trained to them. I have all these techniques. Why am i not busy. It's usually because you not speaking the right language because you not connecting with the person and understanding how to position it as an assistant office so hundred minutes like number one thing that that i think a lot of people miss is we start with. I had this knowledge would just wanna helps help some people but we're not looking at who we working with. So let's get a bit more tactical with your book. Are you selling it online as well. You doing free plus shipping. And you're going to be putting.

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"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

Healthcare Business Secrets

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

"Message comes from what we're doing without actual clients and no matter what no matter which channel you're end with you doing something like what you're doing with people questioning this thing or you're doing something that's super mainstream or it doesn't matter there's always going to be someone who is upset by what you're saying if you if you're focusing on that. It's the wrong way to do it. I have clients. And i said and look spending now someone. Why don't you do for forty five minutes. You get better outcome. And you're going to increase your capacity by twenty five percent and they say now james account do that because people they value the time and i want to give this amazing service and i'm like yeah well i spent fifteen minutes people. My clients get better results. Track everything then. What you're doing and my clients. Love me you saying that. I'm deserving my clients by not spending an hour or maybe it's not the time that is maybe it's the value you give but we were so worried about what others think not about at the core of who we are and what we're doing and you will see we have around it and that's why i'm kind of hopping on this point. I love it because you're just doing it anyway. You know to me. I i mean. Recently i shared some confrontational conversations. And you know. I thought it's a dialogue. That should be brought up. And so i brought it up in. I knew full. Well that there would be some people that wouldn't be happy against the whole cognitive dissonance thing but i knew that some people it's like planning a seed right. It's from there. They can learn and they look back eventually. Maybe say hey nutrition with judy was the person that brought this to my attention and now i appreciate that. I realized that can trust her. And maybe in the future. If i have some health I can work with her right so i just don't think that we should always be safe. There's just so much information out there now..

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"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

Healthcare Business Secrets

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

"And be the biggest building by knocking down all the other buildings or you can just focus on your own growth in your own and be the tallest by doing what you need to do. And so that's what i recommend for myself. I recommend that to my clients. But i also listen to other podcasters that are you motivated in the right ways. They have the good heart in there about service and they're about doing the right things and not focusing on putting down other people. I think regardless of of what you're doing what you messages. I think that what's important is focusing on the clients that you're helping and who you're working with right. We will have different theories on things and then we're always going to get high from different angles because everyone wants to believe the things right and so they want to take down others and so respective of what you're doing it's looking back to. Why am i doing this. Am i in integrity with who. I'm trying to help. Am i getting people results. Yes and what's important having the entire after my name to try and prove something to people who who had designed to do the same thing and there are a lot of broke. Experts professors are an example of that a lot of people study lawson's and want to teach a lot and a not helping lots of people not making lots of money and have no freedom south. Now that's not to crap on professes but that's just to say that inherently by going after qualifications to prove something to give you enough permission to then go off and actually make a difference is not the way to do it more power to you if you wanna learn the staff and be the expert. That's amazing we need people like that but it's not the way have financial success. It's not the way to influence the most number of people because there are too many people who know lots of stuff who no one knows they exist. You know what i mean. And i think it's obvious. With people like oprah and turning romans and dr oz and all the fancy doctors on tv right like the authority that someone listens to are the best of what they do know. Are they good at what they do. Yes they get results. Yes and that's all that matters and imposter syndrome comes up because we re it to appoint with so. Many people are focusing on us that we start to question whether or not it's valid because they're so worried about it not being right whereas we need to go back to basics and be like well. Who's this four. It's not for vegans. In your case it's for the people who are struggling and they want a different way of looking at things and if my influence infants i'm trying to get out. There is to help someone to have a different way of looking at things and to get healthy choices and got method that of got results for their adults. They can choose to do that or not. Exactly that's exactly it just trying to inform and shedding light in areas that they may not have considered right so for example like everyone thinks fibers so essential for health while i can give some of the science of the studies that show otherwise. And you know maybe some people do with fiber but there are ways to get short chain fatty acids from lake butter. Which bureau. But you know it's really to educate now if you want to kind of adhere to it it's up to you but it's the whole cognitive dissonance like if you're saying are different from what i believe. My core value believes then. I will automatically argue that because that's how i can inherently keep my value system right so if i'm vegan and i just listened to the nutritional. Judy says that it makes sense than mike. Core of my value system will get disrupted and so my reaction is..

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"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

Healthcare Business Secrets

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

"We wanna see what you're up to procast being great for having that conversation but a book kind brings it together. It's interesting because as the book is about to release in about a month and you know the pre sales have been doing while. I'm really grateful for the support of community. But i feel a little vulnerable even though i've been in the social media space youtube and all that but it's like you know there's this one body of work that kind of chose your ideology your brand who you are which can be such a benefa- but it's also can bring in criticism right so it's like this nervousness going into it but i know that the book can help a lot and i put so much effort to really help people and i think that really truly can speak to my brand from a business perspective. I think that unless you're doing things that are polarizing doing nothing like this. There's no advantage in being vanilla. It's like pricing said to me. I want to use my prices. Got a competitive edge. You the cheapest in your area and people know about you as being the cheapest and therefore they're gonna wanna see you and they say well no i say so therefore you just losing money like his. Yeah you know what's funny is when i was first starting We're trying to figure out pricing. And you know we thought about the group on model where it's like. Maybe i give like a free discount and the thing like exactly you said Dependent on where you want a brand yourself like that's how people perceive you right. There is a kind of brand perspective based on the way you price if you give too many deal than people start thinking oh you're like a discounted you know service and then will then people ever wanna come to you and you at your full price right or if you increase prices over the years and so for me like. I didn't want to be that at a certain hour. I'm going to be very competitive or one of the cheapest because that just makes me have to work that much harder. Work for that many more clients when i can have less clients charged at a higher rate but give that much more targeted service exactly. I think that when we're on the topic of pricing when you.

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"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

Healthcare Business Secrets

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

"Can w revenue w impact and w time off and this episode. We're talking with judy. Show judy's an author speaker and nutritional therapists she's nutritional there with a psychology and communications degree from the university of california berkeley and she also has a function utrition and hellenistic house private practice and house of patients with health issues with non finding the true root cause of the problem. Welcome to the show. Thank you thanks for having me. I really wanna get you on the show because you're doing some really interesting things nutritional space as well as the business space so give audience some context onto who you are what you do and what you're about sure. So hi everyone. I'm judy chohan for those of you. That don't know me. I go by nutrition judy. I am on multiple social media platforms so youtube instagram facebook and i just share nutritional content. I kind of follow a meat based diet and so you know. I find a lot of healing in the space and for a lot of people. There's not a lot of information out there. And so i'm just providing nutritional therapy bits of information in these bite size portions and you know just making nutrition easy for people to consume. And i know there's puns in there. I guess they're all intended. And you know the thing is. I came from a business background. So i was a business management consultant for like twelve years and i worked with these big corporations and we were trying to find the ways to have more efficient processes. So i manage these multimillion dollar projects and my health started declining. And so as i got ruling into the whole science at a nutrition and understanding. How food can either be a slow poison or it can actually be medicine for the body. I realized that you know. I think my calling is actually in nutrition and not in business consulting but you know learning from what. I learned in management consultant. I can now like streamline the process to provide education that's understandable for the general audience. And so you know. I married that and my psychology degree. And that's how i've been able to be successful as a speaker to grow my social media relatively quickly and to you know..

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Make Your Business Stand Out With Nutritionist Judy Cho

Healthcare Business Secrets

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Make Your Business Stand Out With Nutritionist Judy Cho

"This episode. We're talking with judy. Show judy's an author speaker and nutritional therapists she's nutritional there with a psychology and communications degree from the university of california berkeley and she also has a function utrition and hellenistic house private practice and house of patients with health issues with non finding the true root cause of the problem. Welcome to the show. Thank you thanks for having me. I really wanna get you on the show because you're doing some really interesting things nutritional space as well as the business space so give audience some context onto who you are what you do and what you're about sure. So hi everyone. I'm judy chohan for those of you. That don't know me. I go by nutrition judy. I am on multiple social media platforms so youtube instagram facebook and i just share nutritional content. I kind of follow a meat based diet and so you know. I find a lot of healing in the space and for a lot of people. There's not a lot of information out there. And so i'm just providing nutritional therapy bits of information in these bite size portions and you know just making nutrition easy for people to consume. And i know there's puns in there. I guess they're all intended. And you know the thing is. I came from a business background. So i was a business management consultant for like twelve years and i worked with these big corporations and we were trying to find the ways to have more efficient processes. So i manage these multimillion dollar projects and my health started declining. And so as i got ruling into the whole science at a nutrition and understanding. How food can either be a slow poison or it can actually be medicine for the body. I realized that you know. I think my calling is actually in nutrition and not in business consulting but you know learning from what. I learned in management consultant. I can now like streamline the process to provide education that's understandable for the general audience. And so you know. I married that and my psychology degree. And that's how i've been able to be successful as a speaker to grow my social media relatively quickly and to you know. Build my own nutrition judy community. A now i'm about to release a first ever carnival cure published book.

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"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

Healthcare Business Secrets

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

"This episode. We're talking with judy. Show judy's an author speaker and nutritional therapists she's nutritional there with a psychology and communications degree from the university of california berkeley and she also has a function utrition and hellenistic house private practice and house of patients with health issues with non finding the true root cause of the problem. Welcome to the show. Thank you thanks for having me. I really wanna get you on the show because you're doing some really interesting things nutritional space as well as the business space so give audience some context onto who you are what you do and what you're about sure. So hi everyone. I'm judy chohan for those of you. That don't know me. I go by nutrition judy. I am on multiple social media platforms so youtube instagram facebook and i just share nutritional content. I kind of follow a meat based diet and so you know. I find a lot of healing in the space and for a lot of people. There's not a lot of information out there. And so i'm just providing nutritional therapy bits of information in these bite size portions and you know just making nutrition easy for people to consume. And i know there's puns in there. I guess they're all intended. And you know the thing is. I came from a business background. So i was a business management consultant for like twelve years and i worked with these big corporations and we were trying to find the ways to have more efficient processes. So i manage these multimillion dollar projects and my health started declining. And so as i got ruling into the whole science at a nutrition and understanding. How food can either be a slow poison or it can actually be medicine for the body. I realized that you know. I think my calling is actually in nutrition and not in business consulting but you know learning from what. I learned in management consultant. I can now like streamline the process to provide education that's understandable for the general audience. And so you know. I married that and my psychology degree. And that's how i've been able to be successful as a speaker to grow my social media relatively quickly and to you know. Build my own nutrition judy community. A now i'm about to release a first ever carnival cure published book.

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"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"Probably when you need more support in. You should probably work with professional. So it's not that this diet isn't working because that is one thing that i really really try to get out. There is a carnival. Diet is the most cleanest elimination diet. You can eat so if it's not that despite doesn't work you but you may just need more support so you may mean that you need to work a little bit more on the gut or it may mean that you need to shift your macro or eat the different kinds of meats right. So you're almost at the point of root cause healing. 'cause there's no cleaner diet than a meat based diet and once you heal you can add back the other foods or the other carbohydrates you want but at least get through 'cause healing and sometimes when you remove everything in you still feel unwell. That's an indication that you probably need some more deeper support. Your question with the one. Last thing is in terms of kids I it's such a big deal to have them eat such a clean diet at such a young age because when they're really young they're really really growing and we need to feed their brains with fats because fat Your heart in your brain. The main fuel source. They prefer fats. And when we are feeding them processed foods with these hydrogenated oils and inflammatory seed oils. We are doing a disservice to the brain that is growing. And if you think about anything that whether it's building a house. When i tell my kids like building their lego creations if the foundation is broken. That's all that our body has to kinda work with right so if we're not eating good fats in good proteins like what does our body have to really work with to like create a great brain or create the the bones in the body and whatever else so it's really imperative when the kids are young to feed such nutrient dense very meat heavy and fat heavy diet with good fats. Because that is what will fuel the brain and will help. The brain grow to be the best. It can be absolutely powerful information. Judy thank you. So much You are taking internet. Client still correct. Or you're not booked up completely or i am booked up right now So there i do have a waiting list so then we are when i have availability. I am taking people off the waiting list. But in general i am completely booked up. Okay so if you wanna get on. That waiting lists folks. You could do that on. Nutrition with judy dot com. It is very important. And i'm sure you know she'll be happy to work with you. But you know time is of the essence in this world than we do want time to be with our families and everything else so. I'm sure she feels bad. But i know that you know shoe. She's doing the best for our clients out there. So as we're wrapping up the show here again. If you wanna reduces book it is called carnivore cure again. You can find out more information. All the time from her at nutrition. Judy on twitter and instagram nutrition with judy dot..

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"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"Ldl definitely goes up on a carnival diet The hdl which what you're referring to is a good cholesterol it the ways to increase. Hdl in general is eating fatty fish or even having olive oil so those are the two there are some. There are some people that are genetically just designed to have lower eight. Joe i have some clients that are like that. So on a carnival diet. Ldl goes up but their hdl stays the same and so for them. I recommended that they had some more fish. And then as they didn't improve that maybe you wanna try a little bit of olive oil. But in general they were fine. But it is common. If you if your. Hdl doesn't go up. It might be genetics and then you may just want to play around with other kinds of animal based foods. Okay yeah i will definitely. I will definitely look into that. I do supplement with. I don't really care for the taste of fish or anything like that. It's a lot of my i. i don't like salmon. I could deal with some cod from time to time. But it's not. When i put that i put that meal on my plate. I just. i'm not looking forward to it and do i need to get over that a little bit. Yeah i do but at the same time you know with the restrictions that are needed and everything sometimes you just want to sit down and look forward to your meal which is know steak or whatever like that is great The the mixture that i use with. You know the hamburger with the with the organs. Didn't everything is something to look forward to now was a little rough in the beginning. So working. Everybody find your book. Edgy sheriff so. The paperback is on amazon. dot com. am. I also sell it on our website. It's actually hidden so that people will just buy through amazon and then but if you're international you could buy through our website also and then you could buy the book kind of everywhere. So it's on barnes and noble apple. I i don't know where else but it's pretty much everywhere. The paperback is just. You know i'm basically a one stop shop so In order to sell the paperback everywhere. You just need bigger publisher and so i haven't. I don't have that right now. So that's why the book is kind of available internationally. But the paperback is only pretty much in the us But you can buy it if you want to pay the shipping and then you can find me on you know instagram facebook. All of those social media platforms under nutrition with judy is before we before we end the show. Today's or anything that you'd like to add to get out there. You know for the people if they're having any gut issues now well before it closes. Show me let me preface this. I had a. I have an ep problems. So i know people with leaky gut. I know people with crohn's disease and people with all kinds of problems that talked to me about these things does the carnivore cure help. That i already know the answer. But what can you say about. Let's say fatty.

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"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"So given that. What i have found is that with my clients. A lot of them will take the magnesium and potassium drops whatever it is but if go a day without it they just feel unwell right so they're kind of going through that kito flu again or they're feeling like fatigue or unwillingness the leg cramps in that type of stuff and i have seen that My client said take the solar water. So what they'll do is what i recommend is getting the large mason jar glass mason jar and then just i have my clients. Use a mixture of celtic salt on the himalayan salt. The redmond sea whatever it is that is basically natural mineral salts and leaving it overnight that basically allows this salt to saturate. The water in the minerals will be more unbound from the salt. And it'll be more bioavailable for the body to absorb and there are eighty minerals in the salt and so if you leave it overnight they're more available and then in the morning as soon as they wake up. I recommend my clients to get like one tablespoon of this solar water that's fully saturated and added to like eight ounce glass of water and then they drink it and then i've noticed that most of my clients no longer get the leg cramps. They're no longer taking the magnesium and potassium and their electrolytes are way more balanced in. I've seen this in hundreds of clients. I mean i. I did the saltwater idea for a little bit for a little bit but is quite brutal to drink now one tablespoon. that's that soleil water. Is that as bad. As just putting you know a tablespoon of pink himalayan salt into a sixteen ounce glass in drinking down. because it's it's kinda rough i mean. It does taste like saltwater. I mean i'm not gonna lie but you know that the the funny thing is some of my clients said after a while they actually enjoy it and then they don't wanna drink plain water because the water tastes not as nutritious nutritious. Some clients actually crave the salt. And that's a sign that they are salt deficient or their adrenal taxed as well so you just gotta try it and see if you need it now. Some people may not need that much salt. It really is very bio individual but if you are supplementing with electrolyte powders and magnesium and potassium in. You're not feeling balanced. It's something that is that's always worth trying okay. I crave so i have to have so I know that's something that i have to get back into your now..

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"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"So diet sodas and coffee and all this other types of stuff. Does that have any impact on your health. It does so one thing i recommend for all of my clients is. You shouldn't drink anything. Maybe some soup and obviously that's just in a more liquid form of nutrients but in general you shouldn't be drinking or anything other than water or bone broth or soups with your meal. Because it can impact your levels of your stomach so your stomach in order to break down. The foods needs to be the most acidic as possible. Which i think is like around two point zero two maybe two and a half three Three point o. p. h. Which is very very acidic. And so let's say you're drinking coffee with it. Which is naturally you know it's What is the word. I'm forgetting but basically it's it's it's not hydrating but it's actually more dehydrating and so you don't want to be doing that. It's a higher than is your stomach and then it just impairs your digestive process Same thing with sodas. You don't wanna be drinking that with your meals in general you probably do drink those you wanna drink at away from your meals but soda is just not ideal because it's very high in phosphorus in it could just pull the calcium because again there's lovers in the body and so when there's a lot of phosphorus in your bloodstream. Your body balances that phosphorus by adding more calcium. And so the way that it's going to get the calcium is by pulling it from your bones and so that's one reason you don't wanna be drinking soda any sorts If you're drinking sweeteners. Sweeteners have been shown in studies to also 'cause gut permeability. So you don't wanna be you know all of these things in essence caused more damage to the got caused more. When you're eating it with foods it just changes the ph. And you don't want ideally do that so you just wanna stick to water to just be like a lubricant.

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"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"You know eating like you said the organs in making bone broth and because it has so many minerals in gut healing nutrient so getting the bones and making bone broth with it. Getting pulling up minerals Using some of the bone marrow and eating that and that has a lot of lot of nutrients in terms of the oregon so all of them are little. Different like heart has different nutrients than deliver but in general. They're all really good now. I do think that beef liver has a little bit high of copper and vitamin e. so for certain people they may have to limit the amount of on a weekly basis. But in general. For every ounce you eat a of these different meats. They have much more nutrition than a muscle meat so like any ground beef. Any by new york state can provide for you. So i'm actually proponent of just variety on base side so you know eating some fish eating some pork eating chicken and then eating the organs and the bones and like all of that is really good. I'm just but not just limiting it assuming that your body can tolerate variety of meats but eating riding meets is probably the most ideal in. It's the best way to hedge that you're getting the most amount of nutrients that you need right. So let's get into your book here. A little bit Let's talk about Carnivore cure now. Obviously it's all about the ultimate elimination diet right and you know. What do you think is about diet and especially a carnivore diet. That has the link with mental health. Sure so a lot of your neurotransmitters are in the gut. Now it the neural transmitters that are used in the brain are not the same that are in your got but they all communicate with one another. So ninety percent of your serotonin is produced in your gut. And so you wanna make sure that your gut is in. Its best shape possible also. Not only does it help with mood. State stability and mental health. It also is Your small intestine specifically is where like seventy to eighty percent of your immune system resides..

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"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"Cost savings so i owe people ask me. They're like you know what about grass-fed or you should only is like if it was just me and i'm only eating the grasberg. Yeah no problem. I would always eat it and getting into your point too about the marketing aspect of grasp grass. Fed every calendar planets grass-fed. Initially that. right. It's how they're finished is what's important is what the we're the big difference is right so for most of a cow's life it's grass-fed it's out on the pasture. It's eating and then when it's time for for for the butchering of the animal. Probably what two. Three six months before it's ready for harvest it's green died the fan and get ready to go out and to produce more meat right. So that's the difference but i particularly now for me. Let's get into this point. I for me. I tell people how when people ask me. How do i know. I'm getting a grass-fed grass finished beef. I said two ways number one a very reputable box a company that you could find over the internet and number to go to the farmer asking yourself. Make sure that he other than that. You're probably not going to be guaranteed that you're gonna get grass-fed so that's my point. I said look if you go to the farm by yourself more than likely. You're going to get grass-fed grasp finished especially from a place where you're gonna find on google. Wherever else that says we are grass-fed grass fish. Farm here comes by our stuff. You're probably going to get that. And if you go to like you know. Brian knows detail. I know for certain grass-fed greg finished butcher box. They do a grass-fed finish service but that's from overseas. That's from new zealand and australia. Believe so that being said so. I'm glad you made that you brought up. You know that yes. It's better to the grass fed grass finished. But it's not that much better right. It's you know it's going from if you can afford it great if you can't still eat the meat based diet right. Yes so from a nutritional perspective. There's minimal difference i mean it's even like There are eggs that you combine that are richer and omega threes than the regular kind. It's such a marketing ploy. It's it's such a small nominal difference that you're paying for whereas if you eat fish like if you eat a little bit of salmon it's exponentially more and so that's where marketing comes in. I mean you can feed animals the stock of grass. I'm sorry the stalk of corn and some people say that that is grass-fed because technically that part of the corn is considered a grass. So this is where a lot of marketing comes into play. I really think that you know we should just eat what we can. And when it's available. I mean some people just don't like the taste of grass fed by the. That's another i get from my clients in my practice. I just have not seen it. So i have an array of different types of clients so some people eat just grain fed. Some people eat mix. some people eat just grass-fed and there is not a difference in the two hundred plus clients that have you know. I've seen markedly okay. They eat grass fed in grasp. It is the way to go. There's nothing like that my practice and i get a lot of these people. Show me their blood work. They showed me omega three levels. And it's just it's not there. I mean some of the clients eat grass. Fed knows detail and they are not in any shape or form healthier than the other clients that eat..

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"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"So that's why. I'm saying there is a difference now. Are you doing harm to the climate just eating grain fed. I don't think so you're doing more harm. Every time you get on a plane you are doing more harm every time you buy industrial xyz or you get in your car. Those are bigger harms to the environment than it is eating green fed cows You know there are arguments where a grain fed cow can feed more humans than grass-fed calcat rights. So if you do all of these arguments. There's not a huge benefit in terms of climate. But if you're doing again the genitive different because it's actually a benefit to the climate word actually reduces some of the greenhouse gas but in terms of health. Here's what i ultimately say. Is it better safer less risk. If you eat grass fed probably but at the end of the day you know what i find. Kind of funny about nutrition is that we all ate crap for such a long time. We processed foods. We ate foods out of the stores restaurants and then all of a sudden. We're trying to eat healthy but now we're trying to eat the healthiest the healthiest the healthiest. It's different at a certain point. It's like we have to give our bodies credit and so my family. especially because of a nutritionist. Yes we try to get the organic pasteurize eggs. I get the raw milk from the farm. I try to eat as much organic grass-fed but our stakes are green fed. And the reason is yes. It's a cost right. So i try to eat the other things like maybe the ground beef will be grass-fed but even that some of its marketing until you may be still eating grain fed and you have no idea and i talk about this in the book. How little nuances can make a grain. Fed cow be considered a grass fed cow. So right you know with all of this. I just say eat what you can afford if you were to eat. Like even Yeah if you were to eat grain fed it still healthier than any organic plant any organic processed food that you can eat out there and so for that reason alone if you can only afford grain fed in everything is just market. Conventional still eat that over any organic plant based organic food out there. Ya see that makes the reason. I only ask that is because when you get into the grass-fed as you know. The grass fed grass finished beef. You're talking to three even up to five dollars a pound difference in when you're trying to a family of four on that much it's it's a.

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"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"He'll have or breakfast he'll have some raw goat's milk and for lunch hall have Maybe like five eggs. Five eggs scrambled with a three tablespoons of butter and then a few biggest strips or he'll have sausage or he'll have a beef quarter pound beef patties and that'll be as meal and then he'll probably have some fruit at the end of the meal and then for dinner. You'll do something similar so he'll have some stake hobson chicken or maybe he'll have like a low carb marinara sauce with his ground beef and again copious amounts of fat but although he didn't eat a higher fat meat based diet for maybe two three years of his life like i see a significant improvement. He never gets eggs and in general. He's healing right so his skin is in really good condition. I don't see him having dry skin anymore and his energy is consistent. So it's not like he. You see these really high highs of hyper activity. And then he all of a sudden is crashing or he's having these mood imbalances. I don't see that in my children. They're just very energetic consistently and then they disliked the night. Have no issues with that. I mean there are healthy. Kids now i think at any period if you start eating that way you will feel the benefits absolutely now. I know just from my own experiences. That when aida you know when i really stick to consistently the high not as high fat Because i'm still in my weight. Loss routine born When i do have more fat my cognitive abilities go up greatly in my mental. There are a lot better But back to the kids What would you suggest to apparent that Would be able to get their kids away from that addictive sugar diet the day that most kids are on. And how would you say to To you know move them from one day to another because it's difficult process and especially when there's two parents in the home which you know there are with me How would you try to get the rest of the family to focus on a. That is what they're supposed to be eating anyway. That's the hardest part for me to explain. This is what you're supposed to be eating anyway. You're not supposed to be the bad stuff that you're eating is is not what you're supposed to be eating. This is and i always get in trouble. You're preaching you're you don't know for sure what what dr. Where did you get your doctor's degree from here. So what would you. What would you say would be a good approach to try to transform over to a healthy eating household sheriff so i would always tell parents that about one hundred years ago. There wasn't as much of the package food and processed foods that we feed our kids today. The pouches that we feed our kids when they're young and All of this like apple sauce and All these greens in the a you know. We say that word feeding these little grain puff cereals because we're helping them learn the pincher grass. Well it didn't exist even one hundred years ago and so if we were to just get back to what our great great grandparents eight leading didn't eat the way that we eight now and they didn't eat a lot of the processed foods a lot of the sugars. i mean in my book in carnival cure. I talk about how we are as a society eating way. More sugar than we did in the early nineteen hundreds and much much more than we did in the eighteen hundreds and so if we were just eat. The kind of periphery of the market. Where we're eating fresh produce fresh meats in you know clean dairies on that are not as processed. That's really where we can get to healing and so it's not natural or normal to be eating all these.

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"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"judy cho" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"Diet so i just took the plunge and i went and i You know again because my priority became about my family and just being there and being present for my family and so i tried An animal based diet and i felt healing right away. So all of that Depression that i struggled with for i guess twelve years. Plus of my life The depression part of it really went away. And i've never been on medication since that one stint and i don't struggle with depression. Sure getting zayed's Get stressed but it's so different. Now that i'm fuelling my body with the right foods and so you know my oldest son. When i i had him he was eating plant based while so he was eating oatmeal than having the applesauce than the finger foods. Of all these greens and i was feeding him. Little like muffins made of little bits of carrots and broccoli and keen juan. I never knew that. I was feeding him so horribly. For what is beneficial for child. When they're growing their brain right. So i no longer feed them a lot of the vegetables. And they're they eat very very high fat I think in on average they eat about maybe a little less than a pound a day of mean and they are very high fat so i give them copious amounts of butter in fats in a make sure that their bone broth has extra fat in it. When i made them eggs. I will give them a lot. More of the egg yolks Like put tons of fat in it. Because i mean the truth is that ninety percent of your brain is developed by age. Five and the thing is that your brain is I believe it's sixty percent fat. And so if you're not fuelling your brain with the right fuel sources. You're you're already at a very young age causing a The risk of the brain functioning properly or to the capacity that it can. Yeah that is something. I wish i knew eight years ago that i found out about six years ago but i didn't know that eight years ago so that being said For those of us parents in the audience right now who just took a big gasp and said okay. I have been kind of feeding my child the same way. Is there any coming back from that. Is there anything that you do to make that situation better while i do believe it now. I don't know how differently the brain will develop in. How much of an adverse effect that can have by eating like lower fat when you're younger. But i mean as adults as we shift to a carnivore diet or a meet more meat friendly diet. We noticed the benefits right. When we're eating higher fats. In were eating copious amounts of meets. We notice a difference in our health. So i have to believe that when children are younger and i can give you an example of my oldest son so he was eating majority grains. I don't even think i was feeding in any meat. 'cause i was plant based than so You know maybe he would have some eggs but he would struggle with a lot of eczema. And as i worked on healing is gut so he took probiotics then. He went meat-based right so he eats grains. I mean not green sorry. He eats carbohydrates and he. Has you know vegetables and fruits and stuff. But in general his so like for lunch..

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Kim Jong Un has agreed to shut down nuclear test site, South Korea says

America's Truckin' Network

01:32 min | 4 years ago

Kim Jong Un has agreed to shut down nuclear test site, South Korea says

"Series of home fire safety and smoke alarm installation events called sound the alarm says josh lockwood of the american red cross red cross volunteers actually typically install the alarm in your home and while they're doing that another volunteer will sit down with you and go through some basic fire safety tips to learn where you can get your free fire alarm go to the red cross website the event will take place until may thirteenth during friday's historic meaning with south korean president south korea's president north korean leader kim jong hoon said that he's not the type of person to fire missiles towards a us north korea says it is shutting down its nuclear test site sometime in may and inviting specialists in journalists from seoul in washington to witness it north korean leader kim jong also told south korea's president when j in that some say the north is shutting down in already wasted place but they'll see that the north has two more tunnels that are bigger than the old experimental facilities and they are in good condition judy cho abc news source south korea here's a reds update the reds fell to minnesota saturday with their loss to the twins three to one they ramp up their series today in our coverage starts at one ten here's a bengals update in the final round of the nfl draft the bengals selected toledo quarterback logan woodside mississippi guard rod taylor and florida state wide receiver austin tate i'm troy adams our next update at three o'clock breaking news anytime on news radio seven hundred w lw the attention truckers dean michael the.

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