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"kate welcome" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:33 min | 2 months ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Source New England's largest utility, serving more than three million customers. Kate Welcome to real estate today. Thanks for having me again. We are so glad you're here. So, Kate once again here we are approaching the winter, but this is a different winter. Because so many millions of Americans are still staying at home where they're working where their Children are attending school. It's a different environment, so What's your best advice for helping people cut their utility bills? As we approach the winter of 2020 and 2021 R houses. They're just getting used so much more than they ever have been in the past all day long, and I think there are three key recommendations as we go into winter. The first is energy audits, getting a professional to come in and look at the house and do an analysis for you is probably the number one option that you have. If you're not looking to do something quite so big. Maybe you're not feeling ready to do that. I think focusing on kind of simple things. You can do it home yourself, reducing airflow in the house, so reducing those leaks and we can talk about a few of those as we go. And then the last thing I just wanted to mention is a priority is thinking about the health of the air in your home as well as kind of energy use and using air purifiers. And making sure that you've got good ventilation in your house this winter because we're all worried about health and safety. Now as much as we're worried about energy use, and so we need to think about how those two things can can interact with each other. That's a really important point. And Kate, As you know, this is a national show, so people all over the United States are going to be hearing your advice. But I know that here in New England, you have something called mass save in which you will actually send a crew to someone's house to see how their energy usage is and whether that house is wasting any energy. What happens when the crew gets to my house? What are they looking for? And how will that help me? So they're looking for two important things. They're looking for the level of insulation that you have already in your house. And then they're also looking for the airflow that's happening in your house. How much air is moving through your house? Because that air as it goes through all the different little leaks and cracks that Aaron, you're building it, essentially in the winter time for those of us in cold climates. It's bringing in the cold there and taking out the warm air continuously all day and all night long. And so the more you can do to reduce that airflow, the better off you are in terms of keeping the temperature of your house inside where you want it to be. That is wonderful. And another thing that you and I have talked about before smart. Thermostats. I understand that a person can save Ah lot of money on their electric bill. If they have a smart thermostat. Why is that Kate? So you can use your smart thermostat to program you know, turning the temperature down a bit of night. Turning it up. You know time for when you get up in the morning. If you leave the house during the day, you could turn it down again. If you're there all day, you know, maybe it helps prevent it from fluctuating too much and just keeps it at a steady temperature, So it really helps to give you control so that you can set the temperatures in a way that you know.

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"kate welcome" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:59 min | 3 months ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on KTOK

"Cabinet nominees on Tuesday. He's already picked his choice to head up the Treasury. And significantly, that name has not been leaked. Chris Jackie Heinrich. Reporting from Wilmington, Jackie. Thank you and joining us now senior adviser to the Biden transition Team. Kate Bedingfield, Kate Welcome back to Fox News Sunday. X for having me, Chris. Does the president elect have any concerns whether or not the president Trump's effort to overturn the election will succeed? And is he reconsidering it all his decision not to go to court, either one to protect his victory in the election and two to try to force The transition to began. No, he does not have any concern. I think what we've seen over the course of the last few weeks are these lawsuits. These lawsuits from the Trump campaign and their allies have been laughed out of court after court all across the country. They're getting absolutely no traction we've seen the Republican governor and Republican secretary of state in Georgia this week reaffirmed the recount results there reaffirmed the outcome. The Joe Biden won the state of Georgia. Look, Joe Biden won this election by 80 million votes. He won 306 Electoral college votes, which is the same. The same outcome from 2016 that Donald Trump called a landslide when he won 306 electoral college votes, So no, we have absolutely no concern that this is going to have any outcome on the election itself on Your question about the transition and suing the G s. A. I would say Look, Litigation is not a panacea. It is not going Tol suddenly move things forward. What will move things forward is the G s a administrator signing the piece of paper. The statute says that it is her obligation to ascertain the apparent winner of the election. I don't think there's anybody in the world who would suggest, except maybe the folks around Donald Trump. Joe Biden was not the apparent winner of this election again. He won 306 electoral college votes and 80 million votes for Americans all across the country, so she should ascertain the results of the election so that we can move forward with a seamless transition. Now in his defense President, Trump argues, the Democrats sought to de legitimize his election from the very start in pushing Thea idea that there was a Russia collusion, pushing the Mueller investigation even impeaching him. The president says that your side has no right to complain now when he is contesting. This election. That is, frankly, Chris, I think that is absurd. And that is an apples and oranges comparison at best. What we're talking about right now. Is Donald Trump actively trying to overturn the will of the American people State by state, and what we're seeing across the board is that courts across the country governors and secretaries of state across the country are rejecting that they're saying the election was fair. It was legitimate. Joe Biden won by a handy margin again, a margin that Donald Trump himself called the landslide in 2016 on beer, continuing to see Republicans come out and acknowledge this as well, You know, Senator Toomey made a statement yesterday acknowledging Joe Biden is the president elect and encouraging the transition to move forward We've seen even Donald Trump's national security adviser, Robert O'Brien, has said. That the transition should move forward. So I think all across the country Americans about the argument, But if I may what about the argument that Democrats were trying to overturn the legitimate election of Donald Trump? Maybe not so much and contest in the election but the way they acted in a number of fronts with investigations over the four years of his presidency. I don't think that one of president gets elected that he is no longer held accountable as he moves through his administration. I think that's incredibly different thing. I think of investigations into whether President has behaved appropriately or not, or not our entire an entirely different matter. Then what Donald Trump is trying to do here, which is to is to actively overturn the will of the American people to subvert the Democratic system to sow doubt. About about the foundations of our democracy. That is a completely different thing, And it's look, it's a PR stunt. It's a sideshow. I think you would only have to look at Rudy Giuliani's press conference a couple of days ago to appreciate that this is not a serious, sophisticated effort, and most importantly, it will fail. It has failed. It's continuing to fail because again Joe Biden overwhelmingly won this election. 360 electoral College votes. The American people voted for Joe Biden to be sworn in on January 2020 21 He will be How many we understand that it's been announced they president elect is going toe name some Cabinet appointments on Tuesday how many and which funds Well, I have been in this business long enough to know that I am not going to get ahead of President elect fighting and his announcement. But you are right. We will be making our first Cabinet announcements on Tuesday of this week. And, you know, I would say the president elect is very excited about this team, and it looks forward to introducing them to the country. And he even tell us a number. How many? I can't. Everyone will have to just tune in on Tuesday and well, it will be made known then. Okay. The President also President elect and we showed it in Jackie's piece met with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer on Friday, and he talked afterwards about he wants to see a covert relief bill passed by the lame duck Congress in the next couple of weeks. Can't wait till January 20th question. When is he gonna meet with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Well, he's looking forward to doing that, when the time is right, obviously, you know, he and Senator McConnell have had productive working relationship in the past, and he looks forward to meeting with Senator McConnell. When that moment when that moment arrives, But you're absolutely right. He believes that we need to get a relief bill done in the lame duck. People are hurting all over the country. People need money in their pockets to make rent. They need money in their pockets to afford groceries. Small businesses need that money. Teachers need that money. Tough decisions about layoffs of firefighters and essential workers are being made all over this country because Congress won't move forward on on a package, so that is a priority for him. That is something that he's going to continue to push in the lame duck. But Kate you can't pass covert relieve without the Senate Majority Leader, hey, is the majority leader in the Senate? Mitch McConnell is the president elect ready to meet with him now another trying to get a sense. Is a president elect Biden, who's holding up the meeting. Or is it Mitch McConnell? We strongly hope that Senator McConnell will come to the table. I think if you look at where the Democrats have been across the entire course of this year, you know Democrats passed Bill back in May on dweeb scene. We've seen obstruction from Republicans. So obviously we're very hopeful that Mitch McConnell will come to the table. It is important people are expecting it..

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Understanding Whats Really Underneath Your Childs Behavior with Dr. Pejman Katiraei

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

06:42 min | 7 months ago

Understanding Whats Really Underneath Your Childs Behavior with Dr. Pejman Katiraei

"Welcome to the brain podcast. I'm your host Droop wrote and each week my team and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel. Feel better and love more. This week's guest is Dr. Pettman Qatar Ryan Dr k as he's known to many of his patients is a board certified pediatrician who's also board certified and fellowship trained in integrative and holistic medicine. He completed his undergraduate at Ucla and then he obtained his osteopathic medical degree at Western. University of Health Sciences. He completed his pediatric residency at Loma Linda University, the famous Loma Linda. where, he stayed on as pediatric chief resident and then as teaching faculty for over four years while he founded the Loma Linda University holistic medicine clinic. Dr K also completed two fellowships integrative medicine one with the University of Arizona Dr Case. Second Fellowship wasn't Endo Bio Jeanie and thereby ginny as a European systems biology medical model, which emphasizes the use of. In the management of Neuro Endocrine, system Dr K. is one of a few physicians in the country with mastery of osteopathy functional medicine, functional endocrinology, herbal herbalism, medical herbalism, and more Dr K. is now in private practice here in lovely Santa Monica where he focuses on helping children with severe behavioral challenges incredible bio. Dr Kate Welcome to the broken being pot. Adding more LADES, you're young man, you're only forty-three. There's a lot more accolades you can add to your resume over the. Perfect job. A Mike my goal at the end of the day to help kids feel better. That's beautiful. Goal a beautiful purpose and I can't wait to dig into that in today's podcast and I wanna get into a little bit of origin story. How did you get clear and where did all the puzzle pieces aligned himself that that is your goal. You know. I think the universe was calling me. To do this. The first reason why I got into, it was for my own health up as a kid, I had pretty severe anxiety. SPENT, most of my adolescent teenage years in mix of anxiety and depression yo and. My nervous system was upside down and I couldn't really understand why I knew that I was different. I knew I experienced the world differently, but I really had no clue why you know like who would have thought that eating fast food everyday. All Day will be an issue for for your nervous system going bonkers is that what was going on? Were you eating fast food and kind of go? How is the standard American new way of life I mean college like that's what you do. Right Even I remember actually Loma Linda is a vegetarian institution. Why it's famous for being one of the hospital in the Blue Zone. The seventh day adventists. Yeah. But when I got accepted there, one of the thoughts that I had is like Oh my God. What am I gonNA do without my burgers. And that was the mindset I had going into training because I didn't know any better and what actually got me to start looking outside was during my training. I kept kept coming across these cases and I remember one very, very vividly. Twelve year. Old Guy. Severe Severe Colitis. Came in with toxic, Mega Colin were his colon had dilated to about ten centimeters, which is huge, and we did around the steroids. We did some medications for him. He got better when home. Two weeks later, I was still on service. Worse off than before and Beato, our team started the discussion and we brought in all the specialists and basically the end of the discussion was well, he's failing medications. We just need to cut out his colon literally was like he failed medications. So the next option is we just cut out this twelve year olds a lot inflammation. Something's going on. Let's just cut the thing out. because. That is the next standard of care, right. I had a lot of these kinds of scenarios where kids would show up like I remember another guy who plays soccer. He scraped his knee niece bowl up and then thirty six hours later, he was dead. You know and they were just like well, sometimes staff does unlike I've scraped my knee, I haven't died like, what was it about his system that caused him to fall apart and it was this recurring question of like these things don't add up two plus two equal in this scenario and the institution, and they're really smart people alone Linda, don't get me wrong. But the pediatric conventional training was like no two plus two equals farm like it doesn't look this way. So as it is in most hospitals and worst Western approach. Places. Because that's what people are trained in. But you were asking a different question. You're like, okay. This doesn't make sense what's really going on. Exactly. Yeah, and that is what ultimately led me to start taking courses. So I, I went to one holistic kind of course, and it was a dinky little course, but I was like, oh. My God I, you know I have found my people, the light bulbs went off and you started connecting dots. And then from there I went and did a bunch of training with Institute of Functional Medicine and the trading with the University of Arizona, and in the midst of that, I started realizing the pieces that were affecting me so like. I did the elimination diet and started feeling better and then I found myself to have MTA. And I think my initial homocysteine was sixteen when I first tested it, I'm like Jesus. So I started injecting myself with B twelve and you know I was my own best Guinea pig. And in the midst of getting interested, what also happened is Loma Linda's in didn't have anyone that was getting interested in this stuff. They're like, Hey, you wanNA, start a holistic medicine clinic and. Like. Two years of my training and there I was like all of the sudden getting handed these patients you know and I was the expert even though I basically didn't know that much. But through the process of learning and I was really really privileged to be put in a place where you know fifty year olds, I was a pediatrician fifth year olds with Severe Lupus. Land in my doorstep helped me I'm like. I don't know anything about Lupus. So let me learn so I. I spent all this time. Just researching in learning. You know any person that I could find with any material they had on the Web I was reading books listening to the videos. And I was just consuming all of this information in the midst of that. Also learning from my patients,

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Has The Electoral College Outlived Its Usefulness?

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates

06:24 min | 9 months ago

Has The Electoral College Outlived Its Usefulness?

"Everybody I'm John Dan host and moderator of intelligence squared. Us debates for this episode. I got online with four debaters. Who argued over this resolution? The Electoral College has outlived. Its usefulness. This was a debate that we had originally planned to host with our partners at northwestern law school in Chicago. We were GONNA do it at the law school. Obviously that did not happen. What did happen was that we had instead of a great debate. Digitally has turned out to be incredibly timely topic. So let's get to it the Electoral College. It's this unique construct of indirect democracy that well. It's it's not a college as the term is commonly used but it sure is electoral in that its members who are currently maxed out at five hundred thirty eight have been the actual electors of every president we've ever had since we've had a constitution even those five times in our history when the popular vote went to someone else in recent memory that happened in the two thousand election happened in the two thousand sixteen election. So what were the founders thinking? That's a question that right now. The Supreme Court is considering in an electoral college case but why did the founders think? The Electoral College was needed. And what good has come of it and also what harm has come of it. Well in these questions we've been thinking. They're the makings of a debate. So we had it for really really good debaters said yes or no to this statement. The Electoral College has outlived. Its usefulness as always Our debate goes three rounds and our audience tuning it online voted to decide our winner. But you can still weigh in on this when yourself if you're just listening for the first time to this debate we are taking votes right now at Iq to us dot org that's q the number two US dot org. If you go there you can cast your first vote before you hear the arguments you can vote for or against or undecided on the resolution. You know what? I'll give you a test to do that right now. I'll wait for you. Remember you cast votes one now in one after you've heard the argument and it's the team that changes the most mind. Who will be our winner? So go do that. I'll wait for you. So let's meet our debaters. I up to speak for the resolution. The Electoral College has outlived. Its usefulness. Jim Bowie Jim. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me Djamil. You are in New York Times columnist and political analyst for CBS News. You are also an alumnus of our series. So it's great to have you back also arguing on your team for the resolution. I want to say hello to kate. Shaw Kate. Welcome to intelligence squared. He John Thanks so much for having me. And you're a professor at the Cardozo School of law and Co Director of the floor Shurmur Center for Constitutional Democracy. You're also a host of the very popular law. Podcast strict scrutiny. So that's the team arguing for the resolution. The Electoral College has outlived. Its usefulness. Now let's meet the team arguing against that very low resolution. I let's say hello to Tara Tara. Welcome to intelligence squared. It's great to have you with us on one folks to know that you are the author of a lot of books about the electoral college including why we need the Electoral College. You're also a former lawyer and editor of the Texas Review of law and politics and your partner. I WANNA welcome also to intelligence squared Bradley Smith. Bradley Hi Welcome to intelligence squared tie. Thanks John Pleasure to be here and you are a professor at Capital University Law School and you have served as Commissioner Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Federal Election Commission welcome. I want everybody to know that was always our debate will go in three rounds and then you those folks out in the world are online audience. Get to vote to decide who the winner is all right. I think we are ready to move. Onto round one opening statements from each debater and turn those statements will be formed. It's each our resolution is the electoral college has outlived its usefulness. And here I up to speak for that Resolution Jamal Buoy columnist for the New York Times. Djamil your time starts right now. I'm going to begin with a discussion of how we got to the Electoral College in the first place and the think he thing I want everyone to understand. Is that the electoral college that we have the one we will use. November's election is that not actually the one that was ratified in seventeen. Eighty eight gone. Electoral College fell out of use quickly. What we have is essentially an extra constitutional mechanism to deal with the exegesis of politics as they've developed from the beginning of the constitutional convention and specifically when they began thinking about the national executive the delegates for trying to balance four simply four competing things from came to Hal. Choose and national executive They wanted a voice for the People. They wanted a fair representation for slave states They wanted independence from the legislature in. May had to deal the very simple question of. How do you actually choose national executive? In a big large diverse country they cycled through a few things Several delegates including teams Madison Propose Popular Election Others propose choosing from Congress But by the time They came to a conclusion which was at the very last minute the convention. They decided they would do this. Elector based system that each state would choose. Electors would gather together as a kind of congress of it's filtered through candidates They would the majority whoever won the majority of electors would become president Sprout Vice President and if there was no winner at to the house would choose on the basis of the delegations. No one was really entirely satisfied with this when they came to the conclusion but everyone expected more or less at the president of the Convention George Washington would become the first chief executive and this was a a straightforward way to get George Washington took become President United States. No one was really too worried about it. There is debate over During the revocation debates. But it wasn't a big sticking point. No one was too worried about mob rule in these discussions. They weren't worried about excessive democracy. Usually when the founders talked about democracy they were talking but a Fenian style. 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"kate welcome" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

13:26 min | 10 months ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"It sounds awesome to me cade trained in biochemistry genetics at Cornell before attending the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and served as the director of the L. A. Lakers nutrition program for six years as a basketball fan. I am very excited about the Lakers. So Kate Welcome. Thanks so much for having me on your show Jason. So there's so many interesting concepts in your book and the the first one that stuck out to me is your view on fat and you talk about toxic body fats and healthy body fat and so many people say oh body. That's bad but there's a difference so let's talk about toxic body fat versus healthy body fat. Yes the most important at aspect of health is whether or not you can burn your body fat for fuel and healthy body fat. Is there for you to use as a fuel and in fact your cells do better when you are burning your body fat? Then they do. When you're burning the the calories from whatever it was that you just ate and the reason for that is if you think about nature is pretty smart and what we build body fat from is the extra whatever in our food and it's not just fat from our food that ends up in our body fat. It's extra any big so if we eat too much car too much protein if we too much of anything it's going to end up in our body fat and the body fat that we build is designed so intelligently to be the best fuel like we don't just build random fat there's very specific recipe for building healthy human body fat and has to do with the type of fatty acid if you heard the term saturated versus monounsaturated versus polyunsaturated so there is a specific ratio that our body does well with of Saturated monounsaturated and polyunsaturated. And that's what our body. What's in our body fat? It's building our body fat from the extra calories in our food. So how do we know if the body fat you know? The body fat I have on me is healthy or toxic. The best way to now is through an assessment of how you feel when you're hungry so this is actually really an important metabolic click Whether or not you can burn out for fuel like I said is the number one most important determinate of Health Longevity Performance of inflammation status. It is the number one most important thing and your body is actually. If you just know how to listen to it your body may have been telling you that your metabolism is holding you back specifically inflammation and it talks to you by way of how you feel and one of the key things to pay attention to is. How do you feel when you've gone longer than you? Normally do without eating anything in other words like. Let's say you normally have a some kind of breakfast at seven. Am and normally have lunch at noon. And you didn't get your lunch. You're too busy now. It's too. Are you starting to feel hanger? E R us. You know that feeling of of irritable hungry angry when they call angry hungry angry and are used to kill brain fog. There's actually eleven very common symptoms of not ways that your body's trying to warn you that you're not able to burn your body fat for fuel and when you feel any of these eleven symptoms. It means you're not burning your body fat for fuel very efficiently. You don't have a healthy efficient metabolism that can easily flip from whatever the calories were in your breakfast burning those up for fuel to burning your body fat. That's why you have body fat. It's it's not just supposed to be like this challenge of you know. Let's keep that body fat down. Let's make sure it's on all the right places it's there for energy. It produces all kinds of chemicals that help naturally regulate your body weight your energy level your mood your hormones your immune system and when it's healthy all those things are working properly and when it's not the first sign is that when you've gone longer than your normal without eating your you'll feel good that's one of the most important science how you feel so ever couple couple follow up questions one you talk about extending time between meals and knock getting angry or brain. Fog is intermittent fasting the test so to speak and playing without extending fast periods. To See if I feel okay I can do this. That is one way to test it absolutely actually book the fat fix what. I was at a have like a little worksheet that you can use for week to test and see how often raise snacking and howdy. How often do you feel just in the course of a normal week? Because I don't WanNA necessarily have. People Dabble with intermittent fasting if their metabolism is not healthy enough to do that and and that is a thing that happens that you can actually try to go on. an internist intermittent fasting routine and But not be ready for it and you won't get the benefits If you're not ready for it you can. Actually you can actually feel worse or you can actually do some damage wrote so you mentioned Healthy Metabolism. And something else you said. The book which I thought was very interesting is we tend to say fast metabolism a lot but you say no healthy metabolism is flexible enough fast. So can you elaborate on that by a flexible? I'm referring to the ability to flip back and forth between burning calories from whatever you just ate. And then burning your body fat. So that it's a seamless transition so that if you eat something and whether or not your next meal comes along in three hours or three days your body fat as fuel you we do get to a point after a certain number of hours or days without eating anything where we're not doing ourselves any good but most people don't have to worry about that because most people at most will skip a meal right. That's kind of the most common way of doing what we're calling now. Intermittent fasting. When I grew up it was called. Didn't eat lunch. It wasn't a big thing and and I mean I'm I'm making light of it like as if this new thing now. Intermittent fasting is a thing. But it's it is because so few people are actually able to seamlessly. Move from burning the calories in their last meal to burning their body fat anymore. Because we do have this problem of widespread of toxic body fat. It's a metabolic problem and it goes by a bunch of other names. Include so toxic body found at the highest level to understand if we have it. It's it's largely about the feeling it is there. I'm curious like I'm the guy who gets you know. Blood Testing quarterly. Have Twenty eight miles of blood. I I've talked about the PODCAST. I had like ridiculously high homeless. Osteen at one time. It was interesting that none of other markers were pretty. Much more elevated. My homocysteine was sixty. Three I see that when people burn their protein for fuel more so than they should be doing so I got to twelve freight that's important and so so wait up jury so protein for fueled talk about that. 'cause 'cause you also talk about having too much protein so I'm curious what do you what's the most part in this idea. That too much protein can be a problem because a lot of people. Don't think that right so yeah too. Much of anything is going to turn into body fat. Okay so we can't. There's no carte blanche with any kind of a any of the three macro so it's not like you need a car. Be Wants me. He can eat all the fat. And it's certainly not like you can eat all the protein one So anything in consumed in excess has to be stored body fat and And when you are eating too much protein you're consuming a lot of a molecule called nitrogen In Adam and nitrogenous very reacted with oxygen and so it promotes when you have so much of it. Your your liver has to deal with too much nitrogen. Your kidney has to deal with too much nitrogen and can promote something called oxidative stress and inflammation and so Glutathione gets consumed when that happened. Glutathione is one of the bodies most important antioxidant fighting cofactors and The body makes it. And when your need for inflammation fighting enzymes exceeds your ability to keep up with glutathione demand in the many many other many components necessary to control inflammation than your home assisting level goes up it's a reflection of uncontrollable inflammation and that can be caused by excessive protein especially protein powders and it almost always happens in the setting of eating the wrong kinds of fats in having unhealthy body fat. That is making you More often and making you You kind of live on the edge of eating too much and not eating enough. Because you're not able to use your body fat smooth all out interesting. I actually the way I got it down a frank by doctor and he got me in a cocktail vitamins immediately and I actually started to eat. Something happened for me. I'm forty five in my forties. Where the more meat I ate. My Lipid profile started to go the wrong way and so I also cut down the amount of animal protein. I was eating so those two things and went down in the teens pretty quickly and I have. Mta Jeff are all about so yeah. A lot of people doing the lean and clean. Get into the same exact problem because lean lean meats very high protein. So you're you can end up eating thirty percent of your calories from protein which is difficult especially in the setting of not getting enough of the right kinds of fats. So yes so pulling back on that doubly can make some things Function better I mentioned. Ice Got started on. Homocysteine rang. 'cause I mentioned I get all those labs and so with regards of what we can. Come back to me after the show genetic Weirdo that way. Most people don't have sky high esteem so with regards to labs and having the wrong body. Fat like ardor labs like is it just about feeling. Are there specific markers if someone wants to do? Bloodwork that call outs that? Maybe something wrong. Definitely there's a whole host of them and I do go over all of that in the book but just kind of give you some examples. One of them is the ratio of your checklists right number two your HDL number If you're traveling all right is more than two. And a half times your. Hdl and shield just to refresh. People's memories is the so called good cholesterol It's very often an indicator that your body fat is not accepting shipments of new fat kristoff. So the triglycerides stay in your bloodstream. Too Long and that's what elevates your rights and that you have so much inflammatory processes going on there. Hdl drops your body can't control of some of the things that keep hd levels high which are like location reactions. Those little few can't control location which is a form of oxidation and than your hdl level drops if you can't Control Lipid Oxidation. Which is another form of oxidation than your HDL. Drops so that ratio is is very important indicator so ideal ratio if you said over two and a half is no good where do you want it to be for triglycerides? Hdl while ideally be one or more HDL triglycerides splinter. Many people get when they follow the The Diet that is totally free of these these bad oils. That are the source of your toxic body fat and I WanNa make sure that we cover that.

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CMS' Dr. Kate Goodrich Discusses Measuring and Rewarding for Value Under Medicare's Forthcoming MVPs Program

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

02:23 min | 1 year ago

CMS' Dr. Kate Goodrich Discusses Measuring and Rewarding for Value Under Medicare's Forthcoming MVPs Program

"This podcast will discuss measuring and rewarding for value. You with Dr Kate. Goodridge Director of CMS is center for Clinical Standards and quality and cms as chief medical officer. Kate welcome to the program. Hey David thanks for having me appreciate it. Dr Goodridge's bile is of course posted on the podcast website on background. As I've noted previously Americans Americans are forced to spend over one trillion dollars annually on healthcare that is of low or no value that is healthcare that does not improve ones health status well Medicare officials have implemented numerous value based payment programs and demonstrations this year these arrangements financial reward either quality the or reduce spending growth. They do not reward value or spending efficiency defined as quality or outcomes achieved relative to spending on on November first. CMS publish the agency's final twenty twenty Medicare quality payment program rule that announced beginning in two thousand twenty one cms institute to MVP or America's incentive payments system value pathways these value pathways will be created to financially incent and reward quote unquote high value clinicians this means cms will begin to measuring reward Medicare physician performance based on value or spending being efficient Oregon. Outcomes achieve relative to spending listeners may recall I discussed measuring for healthcare value or spending efficiency with University of Michigan. Professor Besser Ryan Andrew O.. Rien excuse me. This past may eleventh and in later May I posted on the website. A related I say I wrote for Bloomberg Law again with me to discuss measuring rewarding value under Medicare specifically part B. Physician compensation cms. This is Dr Kate. Goodrich so kate With that as background. Let's get into this MVP initiative live as. You're well aware. In Twenty Twenty fifteen macro legislation replaced the Medicare sustainable growth rate formula used to update Adderley Medicare physician reimbursement with MIPS again. Nips the merit based incentive payment system MIPS measures every words physician performance using four categories quality.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October

Brian Lehrer

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October

"October is breast cancer awareness month and here's just a partial list of companies that will offer pink products in order to raise awareness about breast cancer Skechers swelled water bottles an era bread diet coke mega bus Estee Lauder and tons of other beauty brands delta airlines it has a pink planes dubbed breast cancer one there is not a consumer product category in America that is not pink ribbon free so hasn't breast cancer he reached peak awareness my next guest says even though everyone knows that breast cancer exists most women know very little about the disease itself Kate picker is a former staff writer for time magazine and a journalism professor at Loyola Marymount university and her latest book sets out to change that the book is called radical the science culture and history of breast cancer in America Kate welcome back to W. NYC thanks a lot for having me so you started writing this book because of your own diagnosis what was it from that experience that made you think I have to read the entire book about this now well I was diagnosed but it was thirty five years old so I was very young much younger than a typical American women diagnosed with breast cancer so it was a very scary experience but because I was a health care reporter I got to work immediately trying to research and learn as much as I could about my diagnosis and the treatments that I would undergo and I learned so many fascinating things I would say just in the first week or two after my diagnosis that I thought if I am a health care reporter and I didn't know these things surely other women I don't know either and as I did the reporting for the book I definitely found that to be the case of so the the purpose of the book is really to sort of empower women give them more information so they can make really informed choices so you describe a

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"kate welcome" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thinking about computers as companions is kid Devlin's day job. She studies human computer interactions. Artificial intelligence at King's College London Kate welcome to hidden brain. Thank you very much for having me on. I want to start with how someone becomes a Roble sexologist. I understand for you. It began with hanging out in a pub with a bunch of philosophers rarely did. Yes cone, France than we were discussing lots of different attributes that we build into robots and systems than I should we for example, get a make a robot that could feel paying, what a robot that could feel empathy as we discuss more more, and as the drink flowed we begun talking about sex, and it's something so fundamentally human. But what happens if we have machines called new systems that could feel desire, that could feel the things we feel. As you point out on the book, the human fascination with artificial lovers is not a new idea where do you think this fantasy of taking a lover, that isn't human? Where do you think it comes from? Well, it goes way back into myth. We have stories from the ancient Greeks talk about building the perfect unofficial lover and probably the most popular one that people have heard of is the story of Pygmalion, which is a tale told by the Roman poet, Ovid, who described the man, who was, he was a sculptor, and he built the perfect woman, and then wished she could be alive that she could be his wife and he prayed to the Goltz on, then he kissed her and she came to life. So the, the stories rolling dislike the of.

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"kate welcome" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

15:31 min | 2 years ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

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"kate welcome" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

This Unmillennial Life

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

"If you haven't listened to those episodes at encourage you to go back, there was so much good information that Kate shared. And that's one of the reasons that I'm having her back on today by popular request. It has been asked of me to do an episode specifically devoted to probiotics and prebiotics in there was no one that I wanted to talk to more than Kate dietitians throughout the nutrition community know and understand that Kate is one of the foremost experts when it comes to understanding GI health. We have been to many conferences and meetings together, and every time I have the opportunity to pick her brain and ask her about the latest in science in gut health in the microbiome by take that opportunity. So I wanted to take another opportunity to talk to her today and discuss with her. Specifically this topic of probiotics and prebiotics. I hope you enjoy our interview and went fat. I would say Kate, welcome to the show. So nice to be hearing again. Well, and it's so nice to have you back. I have had so much positive feedback from not only the Ertl bowel episode but also favored episodes the episode that I couldn't wait to have you back on an the topic that we're talking about today. Robotics prebiotics was actually requested from a couple of different sources, a couple of different listeners. So I would love to have you to tell us that probiotics prebiotics are going to cure all that ails us. However, I know that that's not exactly what you can promise. So why don't you start us off by telling us truly, what is the reality of this topic that we're talking about today or but reality is that it's very interesting and extraordinarily complex. So I think we are seeing some benefits to. Prebiotics and probiotics which will talk about in a moment, but it's not hard and fast. Absolutely across the board because our own gut bacteria in the microbes that reside in our got are very unique to us like our own fingerprint..

Kate
"kate welcome" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Capital credit union memorial day weekend just ahead nafta typically kicks off the summer boating season so idaho power is asking you to take a few minutes and think safety spokesman jordan rodriguez says it all starts with checking the weather before you leave but also keeping an eye open for unexpected changes just always being aware of your surroundings being aware of the weather getting a forecast for you go helps but sometimes there's not much in the forecast and those afternoon storms roll in definitely safer to be off the water when those things happen and wait the storm out rodriguez says life jackets are of course a no brainer and there are kiosks where you can borrow life jackets if you've accidentally forgot them at home also he says read and heed the warning signs and booties which ask you to stay well away from dams spillway near gatien canals water levels can rise quickly if those gates are opened and that could cause serious trouble for people even fishing too close to a spillway o weather we'll have some sun but also the increasing chances some thunderstorm activity safter noon and this evening high today eighty post to eighty four tomorrow ron o'brien six seventy k b o y we are the home for the best in local talk call j chris and eight on news talk six seventy abo i why there's one man on this earth who really truly gets it not only did the russian government interfere with our election our government interfered with the obama administration of fear election in ways never seen before in this country we know now that a couple of fbi agents rogue agents assigned to themselves the responsibility to investigate the trump campaign these are things that never happened under j at your hoover mark levin weeknights at seven hundred six seventy kate welcome to total wine and more i challenge.

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"kate welcome" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Biz talk radio welcome back it's frankie boyer and i i wanted kate genevieve to come back because this story is just it it's it's a it's an important story for every single mother father aunt uncle grandmother anyone that is involved with children you must listen to this story her book is called hat tricks from heaven and you know those of us in in boston especially in new england and we are very into our sports and part of it is that a lot of the borough especially hockey and and a lot of the bruins live in my neighborhood is matter of fact and i'm not dropping names is just that i was walking layaway early this morning in charro charro intersected with us and said good morning i started to pick up his kids birthday cake is twins birthday cake the other day for their birthday their second birthday it's just you know it's not a big deal for us because we see them all the time so sports is a big deal in in our area with that being said kate welcome back tell us a little and so we we are we are we are really are us us new englanders are obsessed with our sports absolutely absolutely my boys played all through high full college christopher are i'll because that's what most people call him he got a scholarship at high school anyone onto planes college traveling all over the place with him and and it was really a lot of fun i gotta say he was the son who was a great kid he's respectful he just came down with this disease this epidemic just took over him because of all the injuries he had from hockey and football so so he started to because of the injuries he became addicted to the medication that the doctors prescribed correct boxy kodo tell us a little bit about the road that that you all went down as a family and how it blindsided you yeah well when he was in ninth grade he went from public schools or private school caveney academy and he's got his first injury an ice race you know that was okay he moved on he went played hockey he had another injury in his junior year that made us concern because it was a shoulder injury now he was.

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"kate welcome" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Oh i was glued to the television and my computer i'm sure everybody around me but i don't care a royal baby born once again graduations there's a new royal baby that's exciting you press william and kate middleton had their third new oil baby has arrived congratulations to prince william and his wife kate welcome baby boy with five hours of labor or the but the royal baby brexit in his mother healthy baby weight in eight pounds seven ounces and this is nice he already has more hair than his dad oh what a burn so good so adorable and again props to kate middleton because i don't know how she does it after after i gave birth i was so swollen i could not even feel my legs is she having a natural childbirth i was just reading an article that apparently princess diana brought back the natural childbirth because when prince charles's mother you're the queen was giving birth it was in a time of going to sleep and forgetting because you under anesthesia easy to think about but that's the way that it was done and then princess diana's era brought back the natural childbirth and unassisted birth and that you're not giving birth in a bed and apparently this lindo wing or lean knowing however they pronounce it is known for natural childbirth man no thank you so that means kate middleton has done that thrice we are how she walking a couple of hours later down now leaving because it was probably most likely a natural childbirth no because i was thinking naturally you're like how in the world how did that happen with my you compare it to your own birth.

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"kate welcome" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Five biz talk radio welcome back it's frankie boyer and i i wanted kate genevieve to come back because this story is just it it's it's a it's an important story for every single mother father aunt uncle grandmother anyone that is involved with children you must listen to this story her book is called hat tricks from heaven and you know those of us in in boston especially in new england and we are very into our sports and part of it is that a lot of the brewer especially hockey and and a lot of the bruins live in my neighborhood is matter of fact and i'm not dropping names it's just that i was walking layaway early this morning and charo charro intersected with us and said good morning i saw him pick up his kids birthday cake his twins birthday cake the other day for their birthday their second birthday it's just you know it's not a big deal for us because we see them all the time so sports is a big deal in in our area with that being said kate welcome back tell us a little and so we we are we are we are really are us us new englanders are obsessed with our sports absolutely absolutely my boys played all through high school and college christopher are gene because that's what most people call him he got a fellowship in high school and then he went on to claim college i travel all over the place with him and and it was really a lotta fun i gotta say he was a great son he was a great kid he's respectful he just came down with this disease this epidemic just took over him because of all the injuries he had from hockey and football so so he started to because of the injuries he became addicted to the medication that the doctors prescribed correct kodo.

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"kate welcome" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We got to chris down at the cake christa the kate welcome you're next on nights i go ahead thank you dan i'm i'm sorry i missed your our guest uh to comment on that split uh there's a very popular program on pbs uh that that william uh uh dietz jr is sponsoring in terms of doing genealogy and of course it's henry henry henry left rates y'all i'm sorry i henry louis gates juniors uh doing this great a routes fame is doing our genealogy of the all major celebrity's and that's very entertaining and it seems to be thoroughly done the i don't know i don't know that he was involved in roots but maybe he was but he's a in the name of show was routes yacht gutter gotcha okay yeah and i would challenge sure other senior senator from massachusetts to submit her genealogy ah examination uh through her colleague at harvard uh uh to establish or not uh w what her heritage is well um i again assuming that everything would be on the level there because there is a political issue i have not seen the the show the to which i'm referring but i do know that henry louis gates is am is a very progressive and i assume therefore democrat who probably hopes that elizabeth warren does well although i don't know there could be other democrats in the race for 2020 again assuming she gets reelected in 2018 here in massachusetts that henry louis gates might favor iso a degree of political intrigue here i think that she could easily submit herself to any of these dna ancestry organizations assume will be done being done legitimately look it took her five and a half years are six years to admit finally as she did yesterday in front of this congress of native americans that you won't find any of my family members on any tribal roles and i am not enrolled in a tribe well neither mri but kiddo but i would challenge her to at least uh submit herself to that program and does check its authenticity um well if she's listening uh we'll we'll see what happens okay takes ira caroline jerry i would challenge her to that feeling let me ask you this christie deal got big deal like it was a senator.

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"kate welcome" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on WDRC

"And every weekend talking about subjects financial let's get out to chicago land kate welcome to money talk hello kate i have a question in regards to selfdirected iras whereas what are the pros and cons 'cause them considering of venturing in that area can you give your and put investments how investment of your uk um i would say them fairly savvy that's group i like that for a selfdirected ira in what i would do as i go to one of the low cost custodian outfits that have a lot of funds that you can choose from and a lotta no load funds to choose from and i'm talking about a vanguard or a fidelity or someone that has a large stable of low cost and no load funds to choose from they can be your custodian and you can invest according to yourself direction okay and what you're talking about diversifying unclear railfreight are other venture third goal clutch i'm not a i'm not a fan of gold and i really think that uh for now at least the blum is off the rose on gold i think the reason you seen gold uh lagging just about everything is probably as because of this cryptocurrency a crazed that's going on out there and even though golds a much larger market still then cryptocurrency i think that the the speculators some of them have gone over to the cryptocurrency 'cause they like the action that like the volatility so i'm not a fan of gold but i certainly would uh would would consider owning your principal residents if you can do so dear earned on your principal resident idea but i don't think there are eleven rid ribbon around are you well you can learn your principal resident you can look of no no i'm not talking about an ira no i'm not recommending that you put your uh your real estate in your ira no i'm not making that recommendation now there are some that have use real estate investment trusts in ira ray accounts and you can do that and i know for example vanguard they have a uh a no load fund which is an indexed real estate investment trust which has many many different companies are eit companies in the index and certainly that something that.

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"kate welcome" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He switched to english addressing europe democratically deciding the future of a nation is not the crying the catalan leader said he would ask his regional parliament to debate these liquidation of catalonia's self rule he has about a week before the spanish senate is likely to approve measures that leave preached amonte out of a job for npr news online fire in madrid now it's time for the barber shop that's where we gather interesting folks to talk about what's in the news and on our minds we have sarah westwood she's a white house reporter for the washington examiner and she joins us in in our studios in washington dc sarah welcome back to the program thanks for having me also with us is mary kay carry she's a political analyst and former speech writer for president george w bush she joins us from college station texas where she is attending the five presidents event concert to benefit victims of the recent hurricanes and flooding mary kate welcome thanks for having me and finally in our new york studios is danielle belton she's editor in chief for the writ danielle thank you thanks for having me so let's are the conversations j with president george w bush he weighed in on the state of american politics this week at a speech at his bush institute bush did not mention president trump by name but criticised a number of stances that have been closely linked to the trump administration we see nationalism distorted in nato vision forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought to america we see a fading confidence in the value of free mark kitson international trade forgetting that conflict instability in poverty follow in the wake of protectionism mary cake carry as a presidential speechwriter what did you make of bush's speech you know i read the entire thing that speechwriters idea of a good time and i thought it was a very well done defence of free markets of.

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"kate welcome" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of leading speaking in catalan he accused were wholly of app acting undemocratically like the late dictator franco then he switched to english addressing europe democratically deciding the future of a nation is not a crying the catalan leader said he would ask his regional parliament to debate this liquidation of catalunia self rule he has about a week before the spanish senate is likely to approve measures that leave pooch demont out of a job for npr news online frier in madrid now it's time for the barber shop that's where we gather interesting folks to talk about what's in the news and on our minds we have sarah westwood she's a white house reporter for the washington examiner and she joins us in our studios in washington dc sarah welcome back to the program thanks for having me also with us is mary kay carry she's a political analyst and former speech writer for president george w bush she joins us from college station texas where she is attending the five presidents event concert to benefit victims of the recent hurricane in flooding mary kate welcome thanks for having me and finally in our new york studios is danielle belton she's editor in chief for the writ danielle thank you thanks for having me so let's sort of the conversations day with president george w bush he weighed in on the state of american politics this week at a speech at his bush institute bush did not mention president trump by name but criticised the number of stances that have been closely linked to the trump administration we've seen nationalism distorted in the native is forgotten the dynamism that immigration is always brought to america we see a fading confidence in the value of freemarket turkish in international trade forgetting that conflict instability in poverty follow in the wake of protectionism mary kay carry as the presidential speechwriter what did you make of bush's speech you know i read the entire thing that speechwriters idea of a good time and i thought it was a theory well well done defence of free markets of.

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"kate welcome" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Bloomington indiana kate welcome to the show thanks for having me so i understand that that you're you're you're getting ready to go to a jason olding concert is that correct yeah it's pretty ironic i've ever been to a concert or girlfriend and her parents ordered canada early kirk there at a couple of weeks are supposed to be going to take another in doubt in louisville kentucky well you know when i heard uh you know i saw jason's comments after the um you know after the at the attack and the fortunately jason and and his team are okay they were able to make it to safety they were actually caved they said they there were hiding behind a car i mean nobody was safe at that event there were literally hiding behind a car tried to you'll be safe from the bullets yeah i mean for me on the earth the people who have been ordered today and there is a yellow that i saw on facebook paid occurred laying in our own old or and it has made now you ought to be able did we lose kayed arcade r k we're going to try to get your phone back there um the but uh kate as he's i mean when you look at the ecu pink by a my callscreener said k does that twenty years old most of the kids most of those folks are bad concert were kids you know their twenties mid20s k do we have your back now yeah you there i am sorry about that but so to cater you nervous about a g go into the concert area definitely i like predators i don't even know we should go now to speak out a.

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"kate welcome" Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat

WSJ MoneyBeat

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat

"Kate welcome to the show how are you i'm delighted to be here thanks very much for having me pa we're happy to have you always quite i've you when you come through when he blew through the big apple um so look i just want to ask you you know get your take on things so it is august first stock markets horizon uh we're in the middle earning season what is your what's your sort of broad take on the markets and where things are going in then we can kind of drill down a little bit into into your opinion to your opinions sir i think overall uh obviously was stocks it died at record highs that's great news for investors it's really been supported by earnings growth and that's being key and i think that's really what has driven stocks all of this year is better than expected earnings and that's been supported not just by the cost cutting it that we've seen from companies over the last few years but also by stronger revenue growth the finally seeing sales must companies are also saying that the future looks pretty good so i think overall the big take is earnings are strong the economy keeps trundling along it's not a lot better it's not a lot worse and were finally seeing an international rebound so economic growth in the rest of the world a stronger that's good news for the us as well i want to go back to sort of the beginning of your because corporate earnings everyone is hoping for but a lot of the other things booth that everyone is hoping for the us economy really picking up in moving into another gear hasn't happened of the infrastructure spending tax cuts that everyone is helping out of washington haven't appeared yet uh how much can corporate earnings continue to drive i guess.

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"kate welcome" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"kate welcome" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Look at some of these scorching temperatures talking about 100 and thirteen degrees in vegas won eighteen in phoenix and there some airs across in california in the southwestern arizona that are seeing temperature's over a hundred in twenty degrees as some dangerous heat and this he isn't going anywhere as we head into thursday and really into the weekend it's one thing to watch the report on television it's another to live and work in this year's osmond sharifi loads bags in the airplanes at the phoenix airport forty plus of flights canceled there this week who was talking with cbs news about the heat for the last few days it's been very out i was on the congress under the one hundred eighteen from one hundred sixty eight yes i do a hundreds and eighteen from below one hundred sixty eight from above that's just about too much to take a journey now from atlanta georges kate parker meteorologist in science reporter at the weather channel she's been covering the southwest heatwave kate welcomed one point thanks very much for being here and tom what is going on what is a heat dome okay so we talk about how it can be cut that the dry heat right that's going on at a desert southwest but i'd like to think of it as more of a pressure cooker it so like how cooker work higher pressure and our temperatures skyrocket and that's exactly what's happening with a high pressure it thinking air it finning those temperatures that from california to tack that so you've got a high pressure zone that's just sitting over what from texas all the way to the pacific and what kind of temperatures have we seen their kate.

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