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"kelly curtis" Discussed on No Agenda

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07:58 min | 2 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on No Agenda

"Climate justice and we want it now so that's the Dutch following along perfectly is good. now just to show you how will this type of stuff works and ultimately how a country filled of smart people like the United States a fall for some bull crap but ultimately overturned the bull-crap so I have hope One of our producers sent me a clip from the Ken Burns documentary on Oh bishen which currently is running on net flicks and listen to this clip it'll sound very familiar when you just think of what is being done to the American public and I think the public at large throughout the world of Gitmo nation regarding climate change and says Willard placed married hunt in charge of the the hunt lobbied state legislatures and the congress to require anti alcohol indoctrination in the schools forced text book publishers to conform to the WCTC US message and sometimes demanded kickbacks in exchange for her stamp of approval she also directed women from chapters all over the country to pressure local school boards before long school children in every state twenty two million of them were sitting through temperance classes three times a week kindergarteners were taught to chant tremble king alcohol we shall grow up older children studied techs filled with lurid this information calculated to terrify just one drink some books alleged could burn away the lining of the throat and stomach and begin the eating away at the liver and kidneys you know little johnny has one drink and the next picture he's lying in the gutter on conscious one of their most Dettori as things says they had diagrams of body parts you would have a diagram of a stomach and then they had a diagram of an inebriated stomach and what happens to you while the inebriated it was full-color alcohol caused deafness drops lunacy they claimed not only in those who swallowed it put in their children and their children's children and always some textbooks warned there was the fearful possibility that drinking could spark spontaneous combustion bursting suddenly into fatal blue flame millions of children came to believe at all it would not be too long prayed before they all were old enough to vote well I think they should bring the spontaneous human combustion forward to this to the Glamour J.J. This'll be great we're all going to spontaneously combust I will I will mention that during the push to Get the Americans involved in World War One the exact same propaganda mechanism was used against the kids and it's just a it's a common technique in it is unconscionable but they you for some reason we keep doing it over and over again and it's a lot of corruption like she's they've is woman that WCTC you woman women's Christian Temperance Union she was getting money for giving a stamp of approval for some of the do gooding that was going on and it was unbelievable well last night I was talking with the keeper about this and she doesn't know much about agenda twenty one I said you have no idea meetings and the meetings rose exotic locales we'll take Ria word kicked off there's thousands of people who go to the and these are civil servants from countries all around the globe and they all meet and they all have you know they'll talk about stuff like how are we going to get people to stop eating meat you I hope we'll put some put some nuts together and in grass and call it I can't believe not Burger I mean all of this stuff is discussed and there's positioning papers and there's government grants and it's a huge banana is and has been going on for a long time and this brings us to the culmination of climate week in New York on the big lawn in central park it happens every year once again time for the Global Citizen Festival and this is a musical event that is intended to bring children from moorlands together and make them feel part of a global family and listened to their global representatives who they hope one day will be part of global governance I'm going let me just tell you about this outfit Global Citizen Dot Org Peter Murphy is the founding founder he's from Australia and I have a little piece of a promo from him just some other people who are on the on the board then and so you know the sponsors or as they call the partners of the event in central park which you can't buy ticket to you have to earn points by doing things good for the environment so all these little slave wits running around who wanted to be for this they were organized into getting credits climate credits get them ready get him thinking about how that works but of course we need to make some money on this and it needs to be paid for so it was presented by Citibank by CISCO MSNBC WAS A presenting media partner with comcast NBC universal and Iheartradio Hello Elvis Durham production partnered live nation entertainment and then the major partners Johnson and Johnson procter and gamble verizon and of course the New Year City Parks Board of directors lots of bankers CVC capital. I'm just give you their names unless you'd recognize it iconic capital Chris Anderson the CEO of Ted Michelle Anthony I think she's polly Anthony's daughter from universal music group She's the executive vice president then we got a guy from rock nation that's g Aziz social justice outfit chief operating officer reviewers concerts live nation Mark Campana we've got the vice president corporate equity Partnership for Johnson and Johnson then just throw a good name in there Kelly Curtis Manager Pearl Jam Right on put him on the Board Leonard Green and Partners we've got the women's World Banking and chief people officer at Cisco the editor of Forbes I could go on and I'm not going to but it's a very long list and everybody's on it and there were some promos with one of their presenting partners and I was MSNBC in the morning Joe's here she evans to Promo the event ten anniversaries and organization and this year it's all about branding the global citizens themselves the year round activists who work day in and day out they make the phone calls to members of Congress they send the tweets to weld leaders they take time to come to the festival but they do it even when the festival's not on and that's because they learning about issues that matter in this on this planet and they say you know what we want to be the generation to end extreme poverty tackle climate change and to see the United Nations global goals realized you hear it to see the United Nations it's global goals realized he's talking about Agenda Twenty One an agenda twenty thirty and it's there's no hiding it this is they mean this stuff which is fine so they don't have to hide it they don't have to hide why would they have to hide it when people who listened to this show condemned you for playing a Greta Clip exactly it's it's working perfectly for them yeah no reason to hide any of this now correct so to make it a fun show they we see what the the full lineup had there's some good acts I like her and that's good just whatever just a musical acts but the the big headliner for some reason they brought out carol king and this is the kind of stuff you get just a short clip of some ad live on stage.

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"kelly curtis" Discussed on No Agenda

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07:58 min | 2 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on No Agenda

"Climate justice and we want it now so that's the Dutch following along perfectly is good now just to show you how will this type of stuff works and ultimately how a country filled of smart people like the United States a fall for some bull crap but ultimately overturned the bull-crap so I have hope one of our producers sent me a clip from the Ken Burns documentary on Oh bishen which currently is running on net flicks and listen to this clip it'll sound very familiar when you just think of what is being done to the American public and I think the public at large throughout the world of Gitmo nation regarding climate change and says Willard placed married hunt in charge of the the hunt lobbied state legislatures and the Congress to require anti alcohol indoctrination in the schools forced text book publishers to conform to the WCTC US message and sometimes demanded kickbacks in exchange for her stamp of approval she also directed women from chapters all over the country to pressure local school boards before long school children in every state twenty two million of them were sitting through temperance classes three times a week kindergarteners were taught to chant tremble king alcohol we shall grow up older children studied techs filled with lurid this information calculated to terrify just one drink some books alleged could burn away the lining of the throat and stomach and begin the eating away at the liver and kidneys you know little johnny has one drink and the next picture he's lying in the gutter on conscious one of their most dettori as things says they had diagrams of body parts you would have a diagram of a stomach and then they had a diagram of an inebriated stomach and what happens to you while the inebriated it was full-color alcohol caused deafness drops lunacy they claimed not only in those who swallowed it put in their children and their children's children and always some textbooks warned there was the fearful possibility that drinking could spark spontaneous combustion bursting suddenly into fatal blue flame millions of children came to believe at all it would not be too long prayed before they all were old enough to vote well I think they should bring the spontaneous human combustion forward to this to the Glamour J.J. This'll be great we're all going to spontaneously combust I will I will mention that during the push to get the Americans involved in world war one the exact same propaganda mechanism was used against the kids and it's just a it's a common technique in it is unconscionable but they you for some reason we keep doing it over and over again and it's a lot of corruption like she's they've is woman that WCTC you woman women's Christian Temperance Union she was Getting money for giving a stamp of approval for some of the do gooding that was going on and it was unbelievable well last night I was talking with the keeper about this and she doesn't know much about agenda twenty one I said you have no idea meetings and the meetings rose exotic locales we'll take Ria word kicked off there's thousands of people who go to the and these are civil servants from countries all around the globe and they all meet and they all have you know they'll talk about stuff like how are we going to get people to stop eating meat you I hope we'll put some put some nuts together and in grass and call it I can't believe not burger I mean all of this stuff is discussed and there's positioning papers and there's government grants and it's a huge banana is and has been going on for a long time and this brings us to the culmination of climate week in New York on the big lawn in central park. It happens every year once again time for the Global Citizen Festival and this is a musical event that is intended to bring children from moorlands together and make them feel part of a global family and listened to their global representatives who they hope one day will be part of global governance I'm going let me just tell you about this outfit Global Citizen Dot Org Peter Murphy is the founding founder he's from Australia and I have a little piece of a promo from him just some other people who are on the on the board then and so you know the sponsors or as they call the partners of the event in central park which you can't buy ticket to you have to earn points by doing things good for the environment so all these little slave wits running around who wanted to be for this they were organized into getting credits climate credits get them ready get him thinking about how that works but of course we need to make some money on this and it needs to be paid for so it was presented by Citibank by CISCO MSNBC was a presenting media partner with comcast NBC universal and Iheartradio. Hello Elvis Durham production partnered live nation entertainment and then the major partners Johnson and Johnson Procter and gamble verizon and of course the New Year City Parks Board of directors lots of bankers CVC capital. I'm just give you their names unless you'd recognize it iconic capital Chris Anderson the Joe Ted Michelle Anthony I think she's polly Anthony's daughter from universal music group She's the executive vice president then we got a guy from rock nation that's g Aziz social justice outfit Chief Operating Officer Reviewers Concerts live nation Mark Campana we've got the Vice President Corporate Equity Partnership for Johnson and Johnson then just throw a good name in there Kelly Curtis Manager Pearl Jam Right on put him on the Board Leonard Green and Partners we've got the women's world banking and chief people officer at Cisco the editor of Forbes I could go on and I'm not going to but it's a very long list and everybody's on it and there were some promos with one of their presenting partners and I was MSNBC in the morning Joe's here she evans to Promo the event ten anniversaries and organization and this year it's all about branding the global citizens themselves the year round activists who work day in and day out they make the phone calls to members of Congress they send the tweets to weld leaders they take time to come to the festival but they do it even when the festival's not on and that's because they learning about issues that matter in this on this planet and they say you know what we want to be the generation to end extreme poverty tackle climate change and to see the United Nations global goals realized you hear it to see the United Nations it's global goals realized he's talking about Agenda Twenty One an agenda twenty thirty and it's there's no hiding it this is they mean this stuff which is fine so they don't have to hide it they don't have to hide why would they have to hide it when people who listened to this show condemned you for playing a Greta clip exactly it's it's working perfectly for them yeah no reason to hide any of this now correct so to make it a fun show they we see what the the full lineup had there's some good acts I like her and that's good Just whatever just a musical acts but the the big headliner for some reason they brought out carol king and this is the kind of stuff you get just a short clip of some ad live on stage.

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"kelly curtis" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on No Agenda

"Climate justice and we want it now so that's the Dutch following along perfectly is good now just to show you how will this type of stuff works and ultimately how a country filled of smart people like the United States a fall for some bull crap but ultimately overturned the bull-crap so I have hope One of our producers sent me a clip from the Ken Burns documentary on Oh bishen which currently is running on net flicks and listen to this clip it'll sound very familiar when you just think of what is being done to the American public and I think the public at large throughout the world of Gitmo Nation regarding climate change and says Willard placed married hunt in charge of the the hunt lobbied state legislatures and the Congress to require anti alcohol indoctrination in the schools forced text book publishers to conform to the WCTC US message and sometimes demanded kickbacks in exchange for her stamp of approval she also directed women from chapters all over the country to pressure local school boards before long school children in every state twenty two million of them were sitting through temperance classes three times a week kindergarteners were taught to chant tremble king alcohol we shall grow up older children studied techs filled with Lurid this information calculated to terrify just one drink some books alleged could burn away the lining of the throat and stomach and begin the eating away at the liver and kidneys you know little johnny has one drink and the next picture he's lying in the gutter on conscious one of their most notorious thing says they had diagrams of body parts you would have a diagram of a stomach and then they had a diagram of an inebriated stomach and what happens to you while the inebriated it was full-color alcohol caused deafness drops lunacy they claimed not only in those who swallowed it put in their children and their children's children and always some textbooks warned there was the fearful possibility that drinking could spark spontaneous combustion bursting suddenly into fatal blue flame millions of children came to believe at all it would not be too long prayed before they all were old enough to vote well I think they should bring the spontaneous human combustion forward to this to the glamour j.j this'll be great we're all going to spontaneously combust I will I will mention that during the push to get the Americans involved in world war one the exact same propaganda mechanism was used against the kids and it's just a it's a common technique in it is unconscionable but they you for some reason we keep doing it over and over again and it's a lot of corruption like she's they've is woman that WCTC you woman women's Christian Temperance Union she was getting money for giving a stamp of approval for some of the do gooding that was going on and it was unbelievable well last night I was talking with the keeper about this and she doesn't know much about agenda twenty one I said you have no idea meetings and the meetings rose exotic locales we'll take Ria word kicked off there's thousands of people who go to the and these are civil servants from countries all around the globe and they all meet and they all have you know they'll talk about stuff like how are we going to get people to stop eating meat to you I hope we'll put some put some nuts together and in grass and call it I can't believe not burger I mean all of this stuff is discussed and there's positioning papers and there's government grants and it's a huge banana is and has been going on for a long time and this brings us to the culmination of climate week in New York on the big lawn in central park it happens every year once again time for the Global Citizen Festival and this is a musical event that is intended to bring children from moorlands together and make them feel part of a global family and listened to their global representatives who they hope one day will be part of global governance I'm going let me just tell you about this outfit Global Citizen Dot Org Peter Murphy is the founding founder he's from Australia and I have a little piece of a promo from him just some other people who are on the on the board then and so you know the sponsors or as they call the partners of the event in central park which you can't buy ticket to you have to earn points by doing things good for the environment so all these little slave wits running around who wanted to be for this they were organized into getting credits climate credits get them ready get him thinking about how that works but of course we need to make some money on this and it needs to be paid for so it was presented by Citibank by CISCO MSNBC was a presenting media partner with comcast NBC universal and Iheartradio hello Elvis Durham production partnered live nation entertainment and then the major partners Johnson and Johnson procter and gamble verizon and of course the New Year city Parks Board of directors lots of bankers CVC capital. I'm just give you their names unless you'd recognize it iconic capital Chris Anderson the CEO of Ted Michelle Anthony I think she's polly Anthony's daughter from universal music group She's the executive vice president then we got a guy from rock nation that's g Aziz social justice outfit chief operating officer reviewers concerts live nation Mark Campana we've got the vice president corporate equity partnership for Johnson and Johnson then just throw a good name in there Kelly Curtis Manager Pearl Jam Right on put him on the Board Leonard Green and Partners we've got the women's world banking and chief people officer at Cisco the editor of Forbes I could go on and I'm not going to but it's a very long list and everybody's on it and there were some promos take time to come to the festival but they do it even when the festival's not on and that's because they learning about issues that matter in this on this planet and they say you know what we want to be the generation to end extreme poverty tackle climate change and to see the United Nations global goals realized you hear it to see the United Nations it's global goals realized he's talking about Agenda Twenty one an agenda twenty thirty and it's there's no hiding it this is they mean this stuff which is fine we see what the the full lineup had there's some good acts I like her and that's good just whatever just a musical acts.

United Nations Johnson chief people officer vice president corporate equit executive vice president Kelly Curtis chief operating officer Ted Michelle Anthony polly Anthony Chris Anderson Cisco Mark Campana g Aziz CEO Leonard Green editor one day
"kelly curtis" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:50 min | 3 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Today all since power is here fund Pomeroy here and then from Aaron's gravely Joe pope and give us a bus. Let's talk about it for one four seven nine nine one six twenty echina- mortgage, talk anteks. Normally what happens toward the end of the show we jammed up, and we get too many calls. So now would be the time like Fred import Washington. Hey, Fred, good morning. Welcome to the show. Hi, fred. Go ahead. Okay. I have Brinson Stratton engine seven horsepower on a snow blower and the spark plug lawyer is too short. It looks like someone says. Replace the tab on the end of the spark plug, and I was wondering if it's possible to spice that layer because it comes on the armature, and it's molded in there, and you can't remove the wire from the armature replace the entire wire. So do I have to buy a whole new armature to get a longer wire or splice that way? Now, you can't splice them. People have tried. They've come in with that procedure done, and it doesn't work that way. So unfortunately, yeah, you do have to buy new coil for somebody might have. I'm guessing maybe a mouse or something may have chewed it. They kind of cut it down and put it back on again. But yeah, we have to go go get a coil and to do that you want to make sure you have your model number of your machine. Or the model spec and type off the engine. So we can get you the coil. You can't guess that. Just because of the birds engines there's a lot of quills that can be used. Cheap undertaking. Either quills are run you anywhere from about sixty to one hundred dollars for. Yeah. It's ready for the junk yard. All right. You ready for the junkyard? Now would be a great time to buy snowball. I don't have one snow blower left, which is what you want. Right. You wanna sell through? Right. And we've could've sold, you know, probably another fifty to one hundred more, you know, people were trying to hobble through the snow season. And then when we got this new in January. It broke a lot of machines. Your salesman. Ourselves men's awesome. Mr. Mikey, Mr. Mikey. All right. Olson's powers here. Vaughn is here. Joe pope from errands gravely echina- mortgage, talk and text line at four one four seven nine nine one six twenty got a text question, and we get this all the time because right now people are putting away their snow blowers. Let's see. Okay. That's a this. We're talking about storing stuff is it, okay? To use regular great ten percent. Ethanol gas with Optimus for Deere tractor and seven horsepower lawnmower. You can't. Yes. I mean, you've got the max, which is awesome. I would just tell you in a lot of their manuals. Now that are coming out are suggesting to go to medium grade gas say we from at eighty seven goats, the eighty nine a lot of people will actually step better in which about twenty cents more. But go to premium if got a better flash point it burns cleaner. We're seeing a lot of your fuel-filter are mechanics will take them off. We actually. Cut them apart dissect them, and you we're finding a lot of like crystallized sugar. It looks like because corn is sugar in crystallize it, and it's gone up the the fuel filter. So the better gas, you get the better performance, you're going to get on your machine will you? But was or you don't like corn either. I'm kidding. All about that. Millerton? Here's another one alpha from walkie Texan is it okay? To turn gas valve lawf- and leave the machine running until it sputters out and shuts off and then store it like that. You can that's all school way more finding that. If you put it away with gas in it you've less chance of the ethanol pulling water out of the air. Even though you've turned it off you still have gas into your carburetor in lines that still has ethanol which he'll still pull water. So I've never shut off of all the years. I've we've had our Aaron snow blowers. I've never shut him off. And I don't have a problem, but you put a gas you put your app MAC, and everything we put gas into everything she hasn't shot of it at night just before. That's how good this stuff is fun Pomeroy here outdoor power. Joe pope from errands gravely, retired more about that awesome line of gravely stuff. I'm looking at it. I mean, this is this is like amazing stuff. I mean, it's pretty sweet. So we'll talk more about that. But it's news time at seven thirty. Let's go to the WTMJ breaking news center. Alex crow. Thank you. Danny three men are in custody after a search of a home in Kenosha county on Thursday, led the finding of illegal drugs and weapons that can drug operations group found cocaine marijuana heroin with Fenton, all and several handguns law enforcement, arrested forty one year old nNcholas Sanford, senior twenty one year old nNcholas and for junior and nineteen year old Kelly Curtis. Charges are expected in the near future all the D or central. Wisconsin farm had been killed at their chronic wasting Z's was found their last year that department of agriculture trade and consumer protection says six of the thirty year at grandview white tails breeding farm in Portage county, tested positive. The farmers owner cannot have deer on the property for five years. The Milwaukee county sheriff's office will be taking part in several events this month, they head out child ide- kits to observe.

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"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

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"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"You could actually they'll reach out and talk to Jason because he's traveling promoting some things this week, but you can call eight four four three eight seven four four four three and that's their addiction hotline, and you can ask questions can give you referrals. They'll just talk to you. It's. Refuses to go. He's going to programs with leaves. We're done. I would say within twenty four hours. She's out the door really nice programs with big mansions, and I could five star hotel, and he's still leave. So it's hard. It's very hard on you have bipolar disorder. But like I said, I can't give out the names. But I can't say I would try a hospital based treatment center. Some nothing that's residential. Well, you know, one of the things you could do is when we go off the air if if you call the eight five five number. It's eight five five five eight five twenty five hundred shoes me you can get to. Kelly offier, and she glad to give you some information. How's that? That's really great. Thank you very much. And we thank you for your call. You know, folks. That's what this show is all about we want to answer your questions, we want to give you hopefully suggestions to make the situation better here on the health calls radio show. We're going to be going to break right now. Eight hundred two two two five two two two is the number to call to get on the year. If you've got a healthcare question eight hundred two two two five two two two eight hundred two two two five two two two. We'll be back on the health calls radio show right after the break. If you'd like to contact our panelists during their office hours, you can call their place of practice for Dr messy, call nine four nine zero nine nine zero six one doctor Belling nine four nine six three one zero two zero zero for Kelly Curtis. Eight five five five eight five twenty five hundred. Decision. It should not be solely on advertising. This case illegal media attention..

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"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"So there's no better place to find someone with the skills. You're looking for I needed someone with a masters in computer science and database experience. Plus indeed screener questions help you find your shortlist fast. Now, I'm back to having just one job a fifty dollars credit to give your first job. Posting premium placement at indeed dot com slash credit. Terms, conditions, quality standards and usage limits apply. Additional terms online. Dr hollow is a functional medicine chiropractor who has ten years experience reversing type two diabetes. Hopping autoimmune patients helps helping void hypothyroid conditions helps reverse pre cognitive decline and just basically loss some blood bloodwork hormone testing and testing the immune system. She builds a customized nutritional program to get you to your optimal house. Her approach is all natural and customized patient. She treats the body of a hole, and because of that she gets the best results if you'd like to contact our panelists during their office hours, you can call for Dr messy, call my four nine zero nine nine zero six one doctor belly nine four nine six three one zero two zero zero and for Kelly Curtis eight five five eight five twenty five hundred. And we're back. You're listening to the health calls radio show right here on KABC now folks to reach any our panelists any one of our experts that you're getting to know today, you can reach any one of them at eight five five five eight five twenty five hundred that's eight five five five eight five twenty five hundred and you'll find out about each one of them you can after the show because we're live folks, you can you can find out you can set an appointment and get to know them eight five five five eight five twenty five hundred. Now, we've got a call, and and Doris is here. So let's take the call from Doris. Doors. Our you. Okay. How are you? Thank you. Good. How can we help you today? I have two conditions dot com..

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"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"As a doctor at an attrition isn't things. You're looking for markers at don't know naturally show up in normal blood tests. Yes, exactly, very interesting. Thank you. Let's go to. Kelly curtis. Kelly fitness expert to the stars, folks. Great shape. Nice person. Let's talk about why you got an thank you very much. Oh, jeez. I growing up I was dancer, I dance for about fifteen years and. Also growing up I grew up in a happy home. But it also grew up in a home, which is just full of perfection. Which in turn naturally rubbed off on me. So from the young age of God, I remember being four years old. I just had perfectionism instilled in me, and it did a lot of good things for me. It made me a really great dancer me. A really great athlete. But it also led me down a couple of dark roads. A lot of eating disorders a long road with addiction. But I just remember when I first got started in fitness. I just wanted to help people that kind of have the same stuff that I did. So an I remember being in dance my dance. Teachers, my, you know, my mentors really helped me through a lot of stuff. I was going through as a child, and I wanna do that for somebody else. So I originally wanted to be a dance against instructor. But. There's no money in it. That's not why I do what I do. But you know, we have to make money. Red you'd have a car. Hopefully, exactly so. Yeah, I started. I went to college started with my degree in theology. But then it got a gym or a job right away in a gen, and I started a personal training loved it. And you know, often times a personal training session turns into a therapy session and just like a hairstylist. Have you been going to my? So yeah, I just was able to help people and that that job turned into a lot of other things I started working for a physical therapist. And then I started to started a Pilates program. There started rehabbing people through Pilates. So I start started helping started to help injuries. And now, I do everything under the sun. I teach Plotti strength boxing bar. I teach at gr- cycle, which is basically dancing on a bike in that kind of just instead of dancing on the floor a dance on the bike now. So. Yeah. Gotta have great balance. Very, wow. You know, folks, what this show is all about is helping you get answers to your healthcare questions without really having to take traditional types of medicine. There are alternatives to help your body to help your mind help every facet of your being..

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"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Let me introduce the panel to you, Dr Holly. How are you today? I am amazing. Thank you Kelly Curtis. How are you today? I'm great. Thank you Lee messy. How are you doing? Well. Thank you. And Rick Belling coming back from the death bed with with very serious flu. How are you? Mr. magic alive and kickin, very great to have you all on the show. You know, folks, we're gonna when I talked about going back to the basics. Let's talk to each one of our panelists, and you can get to know them a little bit better. Doctor hala. Let's let's talk about why you got involved. What you do how you help people, etc. Etc. Etc. So for chiropractic, actually, my dad's dad was the natural healer back in the day in Iran, and he would actually adjust people, and you know, give them natural remedies. He was actually a dentist as well. Back in the day. So yeah. So it started with him and growing up my dad, you know, he used to actually adjust us. He wasn't a chiropractor by he learned from his dad, and he would use a lot of like natural remedies on us and. We're sick. He would he would give us natural remedies. And to this day, he takes like, no medications. He's seventy four years old. So I learned the natural route for my dad and. And you know, when we're when I was five we moved to Canada and. You know, I got introduced into chiropractic through my sister. So my sister, I got into it. And then I got into it. And you know, I love healing the body with chiropractic. How I got into functional medicine was a few years ago. I actually had a cancer scare I had found a lump in my breast, and you know, it's when you find a lamp it's it's a waiting game. Right. You for school for your Alterra sound when I went for my ultrasound. They're like there's three lumps in your breast. You know? And then you have to wait you have to wait in Canada to see a specialist, and the specialist is like eighty percent is nothing. But you know, that twenty percent it may be something. So I chose to do a biopsy. And again, you're waiting waiting waiting, and thankfully, it was nothing for me. It was a condition called fiber cystic breasts disease that a lot of women suffer from and you know, that just got me into researching into natural remedies prevention, a lot of cancer is prevent. And. Yeah, that that started my journey and to help people with with prevention of all these diseases cancer diabetes. You know, all all those things. Now when people come to you..

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"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Report's at three o'clock. I'm Mike Morris. AM seven ninety. KABC? Show Ernest by scifi media management and EHS marketing. Don't forget your pills. Take a pill for your headache dig uphill. The digest your food. Take a pill to go to sleep tika. Pillock you're depressed appeal if you can't focus take a pill for that thinning hair? And whatever you do don't forget that little blue pill. Are you tired of having to take up hill for everything? Then this is the show for you. House calls is a live call in radio show. You can ask the pros anything about your health everything from weight loss back pain addiction to Alzheimer's, nothing is off the table. Join radio veteran buried Sokoto and his panel of health specialists. And Dr Rick Belling DC. Dr Ali mesquite, PHD and health and fitness expert Kelly Curtis as they help you solve your health issues without having to take a pill and without having to get invasive surgery. It's time to fix the cause of your health problems not aid the symptoms. So get ready to get your health questions answered right now live on the radio by calling into the show eight. Eight hundred ABC KABC that's eight hundred two two two five two two two eight hundred two two to five and now the host of the health calls radio show. Very. Dr hollow Ranji fruity is a functional medicine chiropractor who has ten years experience breaking type two diabetes. Helping autoimmune patients helps hyper thyroid hypothyroid conditions helps verse pre cognitive decline and just basically loss based on bloodwork hormone testing and testing the immune system. She builds a customized nutritional program to get you to your optimal house per approaches. All natural and customized each patient. She treats the body as a whole and because of that she gets the best results. Welcome to the health calls radio show. My name is buried Dakota in today's show is back to the basics. Why folks we divine this show? So you could call us with all of your health care and health care needs and get answers in an alternative fashion. Not take this pill. Not get this shot. Go get surgery. We're here to help. You get answers to your questions in a healthy sort of way..

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"kelly curtis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:47 min | 3 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Now, you get no Fritz down here. Well, I mean. Okay. I'll honesty. It's I don't know. I mean, you were shot you are almost killed by this murder. That's the thing. He was just murdered two. And those who murdered him are apparently still out there. Concern. I saw Shane you. We're going to send Brian mongoloid Christian. He's so scared. Even around I feel like he's under the dossier. Send you to top tomato and shattered island. A lot of fruits and vegetables. But again being allowed. Not owned by the great perfect place for me to go. After today wasn't owned by Frankie boy Kelly, but you could ask questions, and you can shave the Kurdish were referred you. While you're shopping, the while you being a Greengross if there's anybody listening from Tom Tom tomato. No top. Four or five locations mostly staff. Let me know that if I'm welcome if I'm welcome. You got money. Right. Yeah. But if I'm if I ask questions about you like, I I wonder if I would be safe. Upset them. Yeah. That's upset w you could deal with that your professional reporter. You've you've usually. I'm just asking objectively in here. There's you know, there's a personal tie here. Editorial. Anyway, let's go to the phones. It's pete. In Babylon welcomed the Kurdish and Juliet Huddy here on WABC Pete. Was doing. Okay. All right. All right. I'm glad that you're ok after the the clip you about Dan, John Gotti junior and senior by on orders from prison or whatnot. But I mean, I was watching the whole thing on him about a month ago. How do you feel numb? Quite still around. I thought MS thirteen. Went away the dodo. But how do you feel? And know living findings from an old Westbury still let me explain to you. What happened in the aftermath of the goddess collapsed because that was the cult of guy you had this guy, Frankie boy Kelly and others move in and they knew to exploit the opioid drug addiction problem. So you name it, whatever drug you wanted. Like, I said, gene Gotti who just got out who thinks he should be the head did twenty nine years for bringing in weight. I mean, lots of heroin in the belly of ships and was found guilty of that along with his partner with zero. So it's all drug money. That's the big thing. And that's a huge crisis and all the opioid and remember gambling. It's still not legal in New York state show, the wire rooms are operating, and they make it extortion racketeering prostitution, but not like they used to. But this I think is just a hit that was done because Frankie boy, Kelly trusted. She Sealions coming over from Sicily to be his personal mentor not mentors but personal within the mob mob. If I can understand that question where were you last night? At about nine twenty. What do you want to know? DT? I'm just curious you like an undercover know. There's just no other reason than. The FBI forever. Bussing italians. I just wanna make sure that you know, we're on equal ground here. I will tell you that prominently nine twenty on this guy got whacked Frankie boy Kelly. You and Nancy Merton merging with Nancy. But I do have an alibi. Where were you toasting the fortieth anniversary of the guardian angels? And at that very moment. Toasting my sixty fifth birthday, which is two weeks away. You're like me you start celebrating for a month. Luger? We celebrate. Because we were talking about some action. Oh god. And you know, I'm one person that you know, 'cause he other people. I gotta keep it hush. Hush late last night. You're talking about. Yeah. Yeah. Who we were Nicole is which is on eighty four th street in Lexington avenue. Okay. Johny legit, which the host a lot a lot of whales. A lot of heavy hitters who eight who are these who's Johnny legitimate, not stage. Johnny legit. That's his hand. I can't tell you and I do go. Johnny legitimate will find out. Go ahead. Used to be a colleague of his Fox News. Fox News business. Charlie gas Marino. Charlie Gus Berina. I think I've interviewed him a couple of times where he came on some of the shows I like him, I think he's a cool guy. So he can vouch that I was not in that blue pickup truck as much as I would have liked you know, that people can call for action, and they don't have to actually be the ones to pull the trigger. Not suggesting that this is anything that you would do toasting at that time. Oh, so you were toasting toasting anything, you you wanna know anything? More talk to my lawyer, showcase talked to Mike konczal. Okay. Okay. Understand here that if in fact, if I'm correct, and there is a lot about this. There is a potentialities hopelessly long. Remember thinking, gee, the gene Gotti upon his release. The guys will left on the outside looking in the former Godley boys they want to get back in charge. Why kill the guy? Well, how else are you gonna take over to say me? I think you know, let's take a vote. How did John Gotti senior take over the Gambino crime family? He had poli- cash Alana what am Chevy the ball and the crew outside sparks steak house. It's very medieval when you think about it. I mean, this is a democracy. It's america. Let's just vote if they if they don't like this guy just put him out. Yeah. But somebody new filled the ranks with all the legals from Sicily. Right. He went to stack the vote, MS favor. They're over here in a nice. It's a nice country. They're probably happy. I mean, this would have underestimating a goodness in people you could do this. Because you look like such such a shlo- can even see him. He's under the desk. You walk in Tom tomato. And you're going to go with Brian mongoloid. She is going to be shaking. I'll go with you. I'll go with you. And you go with with the Juliette. And you say, hey, are there any zips in the house here any don't say that not a good idea and ask them is anybody he can give us a eulogy for Frankie Boyer? Kelly Curtis has nothing. But beds aims to say about the guy, by the way. Johnny legit. There is a Facebook page for him. But it's totally blank. It just says that you got married on June. Twentieth. Two thousand seven Johnny biz talk. You just told us about taxes handle. Okay. Is he what does he do mind? You jockey? He. He is. Bookie. No. He loves the track. That's all I'm gonna say, but mind you own business, and let's see how people's names. Tried to find out who they are. They going to have enough cops to investigate this since all probably getting drunk in advance of Saint Patrick j. I mean think about that. It's the perfect time the wet today because all the Irish cons just think they're all drunk. It's. What? Saint Patrick's Day celebration. So they say, hey, we'll deal with this. What this going over? Let them bury him first. And then we'll get back to it. Because let's face it. The police department is controlled by Irish you really think you're gonna prioritizes. Or are. They going to prioritize so well, it's getting so much attention. So they've got to prioritize it everybody wants to know what's happening. Say, hey, we can get to a next week at the same situation as the guy that was shot at the McDonald's drive-thru, no totally different a black guy. Why was he what was that story? Was he brought in a long-term beef with Genevieve shop in the Bronx. Wasn't that a an Albanian thing? No, no Albani. Sorry albanians. I didn't mean to she. I gotta get. You gotta straighten you out. You know, the thing is I kind of like being naive and dense when it comes to many things, actually. But. You go on the road trip to top tomato. No worry about you'll see. Yeah. A call the parsley actually liked to these places that you bring up. Filled with a bunch of Mazda mobsters and go up to people at the place where we went to eat. Curtis Curtis Sliwa. Kurdish recommend the display stop tomato. It's again beano operation. Right. That's it. Go home you Christian that goes smack around there. Bryan Ryan is going to have an XBox attack. Don't worry about it. But right now, let's get news headlines and updates diet. Dot.

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"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:34 min | 3 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And your cardiologists would know the difference between the number. They usually my practice. I get nine numbers, plus the chew qat cliff numbers that it's very important. I had a young mad about thirty or something. And God he was plus pleasure. Seven foot tall. He came to me based on the recommendation of his sister, and his mom who are coming in to me. When I bet his blood pressure. I was alarmed at the next thing. I sent him to my cardiologists that I guess that I work with a steel refer. It does she told a young, man. Get on the table were having a heart surgery because your heart was bleeding bleeding. He came to me and started crying that chemistry. I'm only I don't know. If it was it was late thirty. I would say. I said ball, Astro cardiologists. If you're going to give you the three months of blessing. So I can command an address some of this highs and lows and strengthen your heart. He got the blessing from the cardiologists, and I started working and three months I sometime back to her again. And in the report that was never mention of severe bleeding or anything. So. But that a band with a high blood pressure was that a man with the symptoms of high blood pressure. No. So I want you to ask practitioners to focus more on the lows. Do they all for sound? A twist once a year. Regatta service high or low so keep an eye on that for me. Thank you. Dr michigan. Oh, we're going to change tax and we're going to go to rod Allen Baker. Now, rod a stress and anxiety, especially in the morning when people are looking at if they have a big presentation or whatever they have to do during the day they want to dress for success. Let's talk about that. Because how it affects the heart. Well, when I was approached to do the show, obviously clothing is a completely different angle than the medical sign. What all Dr Ali is talking about. But one of the things that I found in dressing people is one of the most stressful times in their day is at six o'clock in the morning all seven billion people have to dress every day, and when they go into their closet. They ask themselves. What the world am I going to wear? That's the name of my second book, which is. That for a reason because. I have watched people in their closet. Go into stress go into anxiety because you know, they have closet full of clothes. We all have closets full of clothes, but we find ourselves only wearing just a small amount every day the same thing every day, whether it's formal dress or whether it's casual dress or whatever and when business casual came into play a number of years ago about fifteen to twenty years ago, all of a sudden that really threw a wrench into how people presented themselves because now they didn't have to dress up every day all of a sudden, well, they can dress more casual okay? Well, what does that mean? Does anyone really know what dressing business casual is? Well, you know, I I know there's such a difference between the west coast and the east coast when it comes to business. I mean, west coast, you can get away without a suit and tie. But on the east coast. Right. Exactly. And I have I have clients. And people ask me every day. We'll I'm going to New York. And it's it's ten degrees. What do I wear? You know, you you don't wanna look like us. You know, a Hawaiian shirt Californian typical surfer, dude. You know, going into Wall Street or to meet with a client. That's right there in midtown Manhattan. Right. So as when in Rome dress as the Romans say, but you know, that's where people need a lot of help. And then when you throw the casual wrench into it. That's what it makes it even more confusing for men, you know, when they when they were said to wear a suit and tie. Well, they were okay. But now all of a sudden when there's casual it makes it a lot more complicated as well with women because there's no real there's never been a real dress code for professional women. It's either a skirt and skirt suit or a pantsuit or something like that. But again, it gets a little more complicated. When when you throw casual into the mix, well, it's a stressor, you know, and as we're talking about the heart things that affect the heart stress. Anxiety. How do we get rid of this stuff? We're going to go to Kelly Curtis who's a fitness expert to the stars Kelly. When when it comes to stress and anxiety. How does Pilates work? How how how does exercise work when it comes to leaving these things? Well, I mean exercises excuse me. So good for so many things that makes you look good makes you feel good at this yourself esteem, but along with lowering your blood pressure and your blood sugar it also acts as a natural like mood stabiliser natural anti anxiety pill. So it increases in or. Increases endorphins in your brain which again after natural painkillers. It helps relieve stress helps to leaving Zaidi depression, in some cases. And there's so many things you can do. I mean, a lot of cardiovascular exercise biking walking swimming, running and spinning indoor cycling. There's just so many things and everybody comes to me stressed out. All my clients or stressed out. It's just how life is. I mean things are stressful in it's done wonders for a lot of my clients. And for myself, I can't take appel being in recovery myself. I can't take a pill. So exercise has been a key component in my recovery. It's less. My moods. It helps me to get out of my head. It helps me sleep at night. It's just exercise. It's just an overall great thing for everybody. You know, I agree and I need to start exercising. Just like everybody else. Does this country? Dr Hala stress anxiety. How does it affect someone in your type of practice? So I see a lot of type two diabetics. And basically what happens is when you're stressed. Your adrenal glands release the cortisol hormone, which actually increases blood sugars that increases your heart rate, and it increases blood pressure as well. So I really, you know, I tell my patients to write down their blood sugars, and you know, the days at their high asks him where you stressed and ninety percent of the time they they've been stressed. So I'd guide them through nutrition. A lot of herbs help to bring down their stress level. I'm a strong believer in meditation. Deep breathing breathing in with your nose breathing out with your mouth fried least minimum five minutes a day. Staying away from sodas, you know, fast foods caffeine. Caffeine is a strong stimulant. Really helps and you know, just just figuring out what is causing you stress..

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"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"But I want to say Hello to the panel. I Kelly Curtis fitness expert to the stars. How are you Kelly? Thank you. We have Dr L E machine nutrition specialists PHD. How are you Dr messy? I am doing good. Good good. Thank you. We have functional mix. I can't even talk to functional. We're live folks functional medicine chiropractor, Dr Holly. How are you? I'm great. Thank you. We have Jason Waller addiction and rehab specialist. Are you Jason wonderful? Thank you. We have Dr of fashion. We have rod Allen Baker. How are you? Ron. I am doing awesome. This is a fantastic panel. Folks. We're here. Have you got a question about your health? We're going to be taking calls. Section two three and four but session one is about education, how stress and anxiety affect your heart. Let's go to doctor Dr messy. Let's talk about this. Well, as far as what I see in my clinical practice for the past twenty years. I should there is a lot of emphasis on high blood pressure and a lot of attempt to lower at different type of drugs. What it is a Dima water retention, whatever is irregular heartbeat or whether it's lowering the blood pressure with a combination of two or sometimes even three different family of high blood pressures. But I don't shave as an emphasis on day. Low blood pressure. I do not see even day. Does you come into my office? Do have a regular alter sound their doctor don't do it regular basis. We don't know day routine and one of the most important part of the heart, which is a pump. What I call. How strongly that blot out put as it is something called ejection fraction. That's just front of your palm. That's your heart. How strongly pushes it out? Should not be preventively speaking, I do not like to Seattle sixty five. But that's interesting question between you on your practitioner, but basically when it drops to less than fifty. We're talking about the risk of congestive heart failure put him on the heart is either too weak. Steph, whether you can't pump out or whether it cannot a late enough to get the blood ENA before they systolic basically pressure can push to blot out. So I won't. Brings us up to our listeners a change fan that they need to be having an open dialogue with cardiologists. General practitioners, nurses, doctors natural pats to focus on the low because as we talked about last week in Portugal or woman and the young woman. Less than fifty year old are becoming the Tom Pitta silent fatal disease because they don't know how much of. Stressed that they put in their heart. This pump can only take show much before. It says, you know. Thanks for having me..

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"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Radio show. My name is buried to Goten on the panel. With me, our panel of healthcare experts. We have fitness expert to the stars Kelly Curtis. We have world renown nutritionist, Dr Ali messy, we have Mr. magic Kansas self doctor of chiropractic who helps people with by healing with his hands. Dr Rick Belling, and we also have a special guest. Jason wahler is here to talk about addiction and recovery. But first we're going to go to the phones and folks to get on the air live with us. If you've got a question about your health eight hundred two two two five two two two that's eight hundred two two two five two two two eight hundred two two two five to two. Let's go to Bruce, Bruce. Thank you for being patient. How can we help you? Thanks for taking my call. I have a general question. My wife's always telling me that. I'm not supposed to be flying food. But in the same bus. She says that. Good. And I don't quite understand the distinction. Put oil on my food and stagnant given it's okay. If I put on my salad, it's okay. But if I find my oil is bad. So why is fine? Who wants to start? I'll take it briefly. The reason directed your friend. Why is frying in Hollywood? Oil is bad oil does not have a whole lot of hate tolerance. And that it would it can quickly get oxidized and go back and become the bath fat club, the Audrey, blah, blah, blah on the hand, coconut oil has the highest heat tolerance. And that if you wanna fry something if you want to cook something with higher hit a little bit longer. Go with coconut oil second-highest hit would be good old butter. So not only while basically. Yes, listen to your wife or you're going to end up sleeping on the couch. My hand. Put it on your salad. Heating is the problem Quebec. Quebec cannot if you're going to cook an egg, let's say less than one minute. With the heat always the half, you could get away with that. But if you're gonna fry. I'm not smoking. My whole willing to walk just cooking. It all depends on the level of. Hey, if you're going full, heat like I said olive oil can get oxidized at the high temperatures. So whenever you read that high temperature. It's the end of us. But and if it is too much that's one indication that it is not pure, and what we call it. Adulthood oil. And there are quite a bit of them on the market. These are bad. Literally, let's say and your case olive oil mixed with other cheap vegetable oils. So high hate Gobert coconut oil and all and the butter. Let's have a hit or no hit go with good olive oil. And Bruce, let me let me give you a phone number to call because we're going to be talking with Jason Waller about addiction and recovery. But to get more information about the question that you have why is frying an olive oil bad..

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"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

10:04 min | 3 years ago

"kelly curtis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"But we're going to change our format a little bit today. We're going to ask you to hold your calls during the first segment because we've got some great education for you to listen to. And then the second segment we want to hear from you about what we are talking about joining me on the show today. We have fitness expert to the stars Kelly Curtis. How are you Kelly? Thanks. We have a world route renowned nutritionist, Dr L E messy. How are you? Good. Good. Good. Good. Good. And we've got Mr. magic hands. Folks, we have Dr Rick Belling with us. He's a chiropractor. That is second to none. How are you? Rick, boom. Awesome. Also joining us on the show today, we have Jason wahler. And he's a well known celebrity. I think I know I know you guys know him, and he's going to be talking about addiction rehab things to get you on track to get you away from addiction. How are you? Jason any better. I'd be in heaven brother, and you're in heaven, you're on this show. Folks today, we're going to open the topic with talk about blood pressure. Now kelly. As a fitness expert, and as an expert on this panel. Let's talk about blood pressure. And then I want the three of you just to have a conversation about the good the bad, the ugly when it comes to blood pressure. So give me your thoughts. My thoughts will a lot of my. I mean, a lot of my clients have high blood pressure. I work with people of all ages. But I have a lot of the older population. Including me, maybe one day. That come to mean ask you know, what they can do to lower their blood pressure. A lot of them are on medication. Some aren't some don't want to take medication. So really, I just kinda prescribe any sort of cardiovascular activity will do. And. Usually thirty to forty minutes. Five days a week with a little bit of strength training strength training can temporarily spike your blood pressure, but it has a lot more long term benefits. Then short term. But yeah, anything I mean, any cardiovascular activity for till will help to lower your blood pressure, walking jogging, swimming cycling. I also recommend yoga to try and eliminate or trying come down any stress rings -iety meditation. A lot of stuff like that. Rick. What's your what are your take? What's your take on it? What's your experience? Yeah. What you just said, exactly. As far as exercise goes great way to help, lower blood pressure blood pressure. Norm naturally. I did a little studying last night. I went on the internet just to because I knew we were going to be talking about this this morning and went on the internet and found out that one in three adults in the United States is diagnosed with blood or has high blood pressure and only about half have any kind of control over it. And I thought that was a real startling statistics that there's that many people out there. So for our listening audience, literally one in three adults at seventy five million Americans having high blood pressure defined as anything one with this enormous, one twenty over eighty and high blood pressure is one forty over ninety and so anything in between that is kind of like borderline. But that's a lot of Americans. And that's a lot of medications. There's also a statistic on the CDC. See website that said forty eight billion dollars annually is is lost to high blood pressure problems. A lot of money. Yeah. It's forty eight billion with a B annually. So my take on this is why why do people get high blood pressure? Where does it come from in the first place, and then what can we do to to prevent it or make it better? And from a chiropractic standpoint, I'm always talking about the power that made the body heals. The body we were designed beautifully wonderfully made and our bodies naturally respond to our environment and it's for survival. So when blood pressure goes up in blood pressure, actually blood pressure. Going up is good in certain situations. You need that. If you're going to run from tiger. You want your blood pressure to go up, but it should come back down to a normal level again run fast. Yeah. So any kind of stressor our bodies are are designed to respond to our environment into stressors and to keep us in survival. But we shouldn't stay in that stress mode. That's the problem is people stay stressed out and the blood pressure rises. And it stays that way. Then they go into the medical doctor, and the medical doctor looks at the numbers, and they go, oh, you have high blood pressure. Let's give you these medications and the whole point of our show is to try and get getting people off of medications that are I shouldn't say off medication. I don't wanna tell you stop taking their meds. What we wanna do is give people ways to to fix their health problems without covering it up with meds. And what we see is too. Many people be putting getting put on medications, and it's giving them an artificial number. So you taking like I said last night, I was looking on the on the website and all these different medications, and there are so many that I started getting high blood pressure reading it. But there are so many different medications. There are dying. Heretical that are trying to make you lose some of the water some of the volume in your system, basically. So you're you're you're peeing out more water and salt, and sodium, so so there's diuretics there's ace inhibitors that prevent NGOs from doing its job in the body. There's calcium blockers is also all these different medications and what they're doing is. They're pills that will lower your blood pressure number, but it's an artificial number. So that's that's the way I see the danger is that people are taking medications to to lower their blood pressure without doing it naturally. And what Kelly said with exercise is a great way. Not smoking. Obviously is important. Diet is huge. I'm Dr messy take that one. But just really quickly chiropractic care practic affects the nervous system. So there was a study done in two thousand seven showing the effects of chiropractic adjustment of the atlas the very top born in the neck, and how it lowered blood pressure more than two medications combined. Wow. So that's a huge thing, and it should have gotten more publicity. But it didn't so beginning adjusted an exercise within diet like I said, Dr Massie, what do you? What's your take on that? Well, as far as I'm concerned, and is she in my private practice and by studies ninety nine percent of people with high block or generally speaking ninety nine percent of cardio vascular diseases, including lot preferred or self-inflicted Vange root cause bad diet. Three habits bath life styles. Kelly talked about the life is taller distressed reduc, chronic. Yes, take that pathetic dominance pressure of your endocrine system. Dietary habits. Well, let's see what causes the high blood pressure. Besides just trust in the first place that fat. That's a shopper. Couple can talk about. What are the fats that clogged artery? What are the fact that gave us the the NFL network? The body can burn passed at once again, I self inflicted wound. People usually take a lot of things that contribute, the two main factors too high blood pressure when it comes to clog, Andy art way monitor about fat and wanted that they took a tremendous amount of. Synthetic vitamins calcium minerals, they alter technician. Excessive amount of calcium built up and a green vegetable form that they can't break down. So we have to get rid of this calcification form and in combination with the fat deposit. And I should ninety nine percent will leave that one percent for the genetic factor. So if you come to me and say my dad, my mom, my dad, my grant stat have a high blood pressure. My doctor put me on his tapping drug or a low blood pressure. I say nonsense. What you eat. How you think is the one that is going to affect you shake nephew can't medication than as Rickman trend is kind of play with the number but the root cause clogged artery with the two. Major factors walled remain wolves remained. You know, you bring out very valid points. Now, one of the things I wanna do is. We're going to be going to break very shortly. And I want to let our listening audience know that they can talk you direct. We're live folks by calling eight hundred two two two five two two two. That's eight hundred two two two five two two two. When we come back from the break, we're going to be taking your calls. If you've got a question about your blood pressure. Do I need to take the pill? Do I not need to take the pill? What I'll turn kids are available to me. It's eight hundred two two two five two two two. We're going to be talking to Jane Waller to later on in the show. So we want you to stay tuned to talk to him about if you've ever had an addiction problem, if you've been in recovery, it's accessible,.

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"Once once again, eight hundred two two two five to two to introduce the panel we have Kelly Curtis who's a fitness expert to the stars. Are you Kelly? Good. Thank you. We have Dr Ali messy who's a world renowned nutritionists. Our you Ali ahead. Good. Good. And we have Dr Rick Belling, who's magic hands and he's one of the best chiropractors in the country. How are you? Rick doing awesome. Very so let's get into the topic right now. Genetics versus environment who wants to start rookie wanna start? Oh boy. Yeah. I'll take it. Genetics versus environment. I have the point I like to get across on this whole topic is is we want patients, especially you know, everybody that's out there listening. We want our patients to think differently. A lot of times they think that their health condition is due to some other factor. And they become a victim in a lot of times. We say, it's they think it's bad genes. Bad luck or bad bugs. So they worry they say, you know, a lot of times that they have a family history of things. Say my grandfather had heart disease or my father had diabetes or something. So let at times patients will come in. And and think that their family history and their in their genetics are going to determine ultimately their total health. And that's not true. There's only probably about three to five percent of true genetic conditions manifest themselves as a health problem, but it's usually environmental stuff. And that's really what the panel is gonna talk about. I think a lot today is is looking at environment in what we do that influences our health, and ultimately gives us, you know, whether it's sickness or disease conditions, so diet, and exercise, and all these different factors that we talk about it. I always helped people that there's three different areas. You gotta look at that create imbalances in the body. There's mental and emotional imbalances. There's chemical and physical. So these are all these different different types of stressors, right and those causing balances and those 'cause conditions in the body. That again, our choices that we make. Well, you know, there's so many different causes in effect. You know, my parents, and I grew up in the fifties on like this. How old I am. But I, you know, I'm older than most of the folks here, and yet my mom used to smoke two to three packs of cigarettes a day, and you know, she used they all used to have cocktails in the evening and things. So there are so many different. Effects and causes because back then we didn't have all the same environmental causes and problems. And it's just mind boggling to me how things change over year after year after year. But I want to go ahead and take some of our phone calls, folks. If you've got a question about your health. How to get help eight hundred two two two five two two two. That's eight hundred two two two five two two two eight hundred two two two five two two two. Let's go to Carey in Burbank and find out what's going on with her. How are you Kerry? Good. How can we help you today? I had approximately suggests that in years had something of an outrage around live headline around the ears. What appears to be a Shabelle. But they're not. The five or six doctors. They think they've tried all kinds of medicine and nothing helps except now check when I actually broke out with shingle a couple months ago, and then when the kinda way the last game back sporadic random snack airline. They hurt. Now me like sometimes they hurt to touch. Popped up whenever they want. And no one to figure it out. First of all, we're sorry to hear about this problem because I know it's probably very painful, and it's hard to go out when you're feeling that way. So who has an opinion on how what we can do to give Kerry some help here. Hey, Kerry, this is Dr Belling. Hi, hi. So it sounds like you've done you've gone to what did you say five or six different doctors? And nobody's really figured it out. They think maybe it's shingles. Well, I did actually break out. She'll none of them ever touched on that out of feed brought on by hormones brought on by stress, anxiety, etc. But none of them can pinpoint exactly what it is some of them as mentioned that it's unnerved halfway I did actually break out. She loves and I didn't think it was because it resembled may reach from. So. So that's what we believe six or seven years is something that is related to the Herbie. Disaster virus or something of that? Ali you have an opinion on this. This sounds like somebody have to dig in there to find this root cause of what makes you breakout. Basically, viruses funguses are take looking for an opportunity to resurface, and they may not necessarily infect the host NF form of the virus or fungus. It could be bacterial form it could be something out. So the bottom line. I would carry you could your peer practitioner will have to get to the root cause root-cause hidden places where the fungus says will be they love to hide they have to look at your blood tests to see what they will be suspecting den toll. Cavities are one source that would like to hide. And basically looking for opportunity.

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