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Why Intermittent Fasting Isn't A Healthy Method for Weight Loss

Mind Pump

02:12 min | 4 months ago

Why Intermittent Fasting Isn't A Healthy Method for Weight Loss

"Did you guys see the response of the intermittent fasting Episode that we did already. Oh yeah i knew i knew. Of course that's a comments. It's like talking about nutrition is like talking about politics religion in our space. Yeah i you know. it's i guess. I thought because so many times that we've brought airmont fascination the show we've wrote a guide about it I we've done specific topics Andrew brought it up. Well we should do. It's been a long time so we talked about. I did not expect the response that we got from it. Not like that at least but you're right. It's so much like religion and people get so caught up in it. The i wanted to comment on some of the comments. So we got. We had a handful of comments. That were recommending. You know vault vaulter longo and What's his name. Dr fong or whatever and they're trying to say that they would debate us argue our point about. It's terrible for weight loss. And i want to address this because we're not arguing that the science that supports that it that it can cause weight loss and we're not arguing physiological. That's right like i'm not going to have a medical doctor. Come on here and argue with me about behavioral science completely different like the mechanisms that make it make you lose weight or lose body fat. That science has proven. I don't we're none of us are denying that sorry. It's really has everything to do with. Do we think it's a good idea. Because of what happens behaviorally from correct and in fact Ask an expert on eating disorder. That's right or a nutritionist. A therapist like that's the person that you'd want to talk to you because we're not talking about physiologic here's a deal. Kito has physiological potential benefit. Lots of diets have some good physiological benefits potentially and of course the medical doctor who wrote books about fasting come on and try and defend literally literally restricting yourself from food in a way to where you're cutting out meals to lose weight for. Some people can cause behavioral issues around food or bad food relationships. That's the entire argument. It's not fasting have benefit or not potentially on a physiological

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"longo" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST

Cuban Family Roots PODCAST

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"longo" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST

"Their relationship between the longo in the santa cruz family comes through through two sisters franci farrell. And the more who. Mary the two men who bear fruit on the santa cruz and so two longo branches respectively the st. Your sato longo will be providing information about his link to the santa cruz family and explain the history behind the noble titles as well as why and how the nine volumes of estonia familiar corner where publish. We have to keep in mind. That story other familiar. One is one of the greatest cuban genealogy resources available to cubans were searching their family roots before we begin with the interview. It is important to note that leopoldo cancio known cancer family researcher was also in contact with the santa cruz family. A scene in a published letter in the dalal them and dosa the letter mentions the offering of help from their status santa cruz equal share in mexico to leopoldo cancio and relatives. This cooperates distinctively the spread of family.

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"longo" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

Chatter that Matters

04:31 min | 11 months ago

"longo" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

"Traditionally been dominated by these food giants. Oh absolutely i think Entrepreneurs are really the lifeblood of innovation and they. They're the ones that actually come up with new categories or or really force Some of the big giants to To change their ways When they start losing market share to some of them and and you can see that have some some of them have very different ways to approach market Very unique safe flavors and some will will just create more nutritious products and some will focus on local And i think you know. Just talk a little bit local. I think made in. Canada is such a great brand. And i'm still shocked that Not enough the big manufacturers are using that as as as a to to To build market share here Here in canada know we had the highest controversy a number of years ago. And of course i just come back now to make their catch up in in candidate again but but made in. Canada is a great brand. Has it really It really Evokes quality and nutrition for in the world. I couldn't agree more of that would signals to not only the local consumer here but around the world when people imagine canada they see a lot of fresh air fresh water and fresh land grow. And i think that's going to become increasingly important. Let's talk a little bit more of a canada. What are we need to do to make agriculture one of the priorities of our economy growth. Going forward growing forward plan once. Yeah no i think. We need a long-term Plan on how we're going to take on various categories e again. You can't be all things to all people so Investing in are indeed is going to be critical and a good example of that is the vineland research and innovation center that we have radio niagara on the lake Where they're working on various types of floral and and food particularly vegetable products and a lot fruit as well i mean they worked on pears and apples etc but we need to have a coordinated strategy. That's not going to be based on election cycle based on twenty years. And how do we. Which are the categories that we're gonna go after so in the west we're going after pulses for example lentils chick peas beans excetera a those are nutrient dense foods great protein. So i think we just need to have a more thought out plan for the long term that we can actually build on our On the great agricultural sector that we already have so my final question at the. I remember as a kid i used to roll my eyes at my parents trying to give me lessons in life but i smell now as i get older realizing those a lot of those lessons did stick and hopefully passed on to my children. What lessons did you learn as a young child that you carry today that we can share with the listeners. Yeah i think for me. It comes back to the values. We talk about our values at work. The same it's honesty. Trustworthiness respecting others. Being humble is a big one For our family something that my dad always taught me and and being clear on. What's important to you and Family family and friends was critical. I mean that's that was key lesson and then the last thing i'd say is you know life is not a sprint right. Life's a marathon and you learn lessons every day so you know nothing. My dad says you have one one belt in two your so Listen listen twice as much as you talk so you can always pick up Great great tidbits of wisdom from every anyone.

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"longo" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

Chatter that Matters

07:58 min | 11 months ago

"longo" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

"With a freshness how do you how do the juxtaposition between the merchandise of the sensory afresh with the sense of selling everything over screener mobile phone yet it comes to trust in and how people of uso it we we build trusting relationships with our with our guests and and they really trust the The shoppers at grocery given it takes it takes a while. Takes a number of orders for people to To actually see what what it is they gather and then other thing i'd say is The the face of our company is our driver is our customer service rep. And they're all you know. Hard-working terrific is in girls that that take care of customers and they bring the product to the customers door and sometimes inside during covert of course but but normally inside the door etc. So it's about trust in our brand has built built on trust or the or or many years so you mentioned cova spend a little bit of time when cova because really grocery became an essential service. And when i read about anthony. Longo i read about you and your brothers. Instead of being in the trappings ahead office in the stores You know bagging groceries. Stocking shelves was this real or just a pr. Move to get a good article. No that's real that's That's what we did pre kover. That's what we did during covid and that's what we're going to do after covid It it who we are. I mean i love being in the stores. Eleven are acting With our team and we think it's important to To show up and just be able to talk to our team about what we're doing right. What are the things we could do. Better and and just an during cove. It was about thanking them for for coming in every day and So that was that was. That was not a pr stunt. That's just who we are so a culture built on trust obviously was put to the test with cova because also adding entrusting my life. My safety coming to work. What did you learn about your culture in your people and we really learned that they're so resilient and committed these are either great caring people We also learned that you know we do have lots of volume first of all so lots of desire But also they're able to be agile in and change on the fly so we had people working in maybe were in our cooking school and they because cooking schools are closed. They ended up working in grocery or working bakery or whatever so they so lots of cross training was going on and no one said. Oh i only work in cooking in cooking school. So i'm not coming to work. No they. they came to work and they said hey. How do i help so it was just so proud of them. How do you feel once. Covert is passed and we all are hoping for that. What will change in terms of the way we lead lead cultures going forward. Why you know cultures are really built on the actions that you take in the the decisions that you make i. I don't think it changes too much other than i think. More transparency and openness With your teams is going to be really critical And being able to be agile and faster at things so you know in the past. We have taken more time to study something. And we've learned through kobe that you actually don't need to take time but not as much time as we did in the past so let let people go. Let them try things and if they fail find what are we learned from it and move onto the next thing and i want to shift in terms of food which is something i know. You're very passionate about why it means the world to the consumer. Why the sector is a vital or canada. First of all. I just wanna get. What are the changing case of consumer in canada and one of the reasons behind. Yeah we've seen a few. You know a few trends that have really come to life in the last few years Health and wellness has been a big one local For a number of years has really come to the top as well and Environmental i think for for a small but growing number of consumers is become Really important in terms of where food comes from. How it's produced. has been critical. And then the last thing. I'd say is convenience Which again is very critical for consumers and our pre interview. One of the things that you brought up was whether the health of canadians compared to some other places in the world can be directly correlated to what we eat Sure out you know. A number of years ago i did a talk for For the food manufacturers association and what is what is zeroed in on was the amount of money people spent of their income on food and in canada. The uk in the us between seven and nine percent did kind of fluctuates And in other countries like spain. Italy france Portugal it was. I was up in the fifteen to eighteen percent range. And then i correlated that to some of the health impacts so in canada the us in the uk we have the highest degrees of of obesity diabetes and heart issues. And you don't have those same issues in italy france spain portugal greece etc and. I don't think that it's a coincidence. I really believe that People need people who put more into Into the quality of the foods. And yes it costs a little bit more because you're eating more fruits and vegetables and lean meats etc But it's healthier for you and that was something that was really clear when you see the correlation and i also wanna come back to this concept of convenience because i'm seeing. This is such a driver that everybody wants everything within arm's reach a desire regardless of waste packaging and everything else that goes with at an food. Were seeing it with delivery. Meal kits meals prepared in the store or meals on the go delivery apps how does grocery retailers with all the still get their fair share of the people realize magistrate who food as opposed to just the the magic of summited and i can eat it say for grocery retailers. It's figuring out who your who your target consumer is you know. As long as our target consumer we call them everyday food explores and those are those are families that are have busy. Lives like a lot of people do have have kids. They like to cook. But maybe don't have time to cook you know twenty one meals a week. So maybe they'll they'll cook three or four dinners and maybe two or three launches But quality and convenience is key for those For those consumers. So i i think that's how grocery retailers have to continue to gain the gain share to consolidate the spend of those consumers by meeting those needs for sure and you mentioned talking to manufacturers in terms of putting more quality in the food is what else will they need to do to evolve. Because as i look at grocery i see their their territory. Shrinking and more being opened up to sort of entrepreneurs. Fresh food manufacturer have to pay attention to to the consumer. Where they're on the move. Yeah i think they need to focus on on their core and And stop trying to be all things to all people and continuing to just expand Expand the number of skews that they they offer just to gain shelf. Space are thinking. They're going to get a little bit more than anything again. Covert has taught that taught. All of us thought that you don't need all that assortment it confuses the consumer doesn't add value to the consumer and they need to rethink My view anyways What is what is their core and and focus on that focus on in stock better quality. I also think they need to focus on creating sustainable packaging create more nutritious products for consumers. So how'd you take the current product you have and make more nutritious and Wore natural in a more sustainable package. And it's you know. I did a series on small business matters. They've got massive heart for entrepreneurs and a canada covered a couple. That were you know. Christie knowles of mother sheena. Russell was made with local Paul karnak reuven with the Saint francis herbs. Is there a role for entrepreneurs in a sector that.

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"longo" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

Chatter that Matters

07:06 min | 11 months ago

"longo" Discussed on Chatter that Matters

"Heights tony. Chapman hosted chatter that matters presented by rb see. This is a platform that we tell the stories of heroes everyday canadians. Who do extraordinary things. Small business owners and find a way to survive. These are true stories real journeys as you watch and listen. You'll see characters. Develop experiences experienced the celebrate their triumphs and fielder tragedies together. We'll uncover some important lessons in life. Rb see they're only ashes to make the show but the people and not that i've worked with brands my entire career. I can tell you know said nothing to do with dollars. Everything to do with. People never been more impressed with the brand i am with. Rv see they have an incredible culture depth and dedication the give back the user size and profitability to promote diversity community lennox new environment the spending over five hundred million dollars to support youth of the next ten years. Politics is needed at times. Life can feel like a pinball where we bouncing one day feeling security insecure and certain uncertain possibilities to impossibilities sharing the stories insights and ideas. People like anthony longo. We're helped inspire motivate to help you get where you and deserve to go and any story begins with his grandfather. Who lived one day after. Anthony was born but left a legacy rich and emotional. Well anthony welcome. Thank you great to be here. So i want to spend some time on the hero's journey your grandfather antonio longo made in the early fifties and what. He did for his sons as a gift. Give them a better life. I want to talk about what you're doing today to build upon his legacy and then i'd love to talk about food in terms of what it means to us individually and a candidate economically the call order short podcasts but will begin by saying let's go back to the early nineteen fifties. Your grandfather antonio longo rise in toronto from italy finds a job in a metal factory and the book i read your family described it as working long hours lung scarred from the heat arms from the flames and his three sons pleading with them to find another line of work and he said the only time. I will quit when you boys have a business of your own anthony. What happens next so the way it happened is there was siblings of or boys and two girls and a dad was working for one of the grocery chains at the time and after a negative counter with his i'll say and there's a great story around that He decided that it was time to start his own business. He's the oldest of six and And he started He started his own store at the ripe old age of twenty two and then his brother joe joined him shortly thereafter and then their youngest brother gusts join them as well if years later. So what did the grandfather think of his wish. Coming true. that dad started business. I'll quit yet. he He was true to his word. He quit the foundry and he did join his son's in the business and we have some great pictures. Actually have my grandfather working in the store in in many of our stores That are up there kind of dirty talking about the history of our of our business so he was. I wasn't wasn't around. That i was born in sixty one and unfortunately my grandfather passed away in sixty one the day after i was born but Yeah he he was very proud of course of his kids to start their own business. The entrepreneurial ship that they had so what values have passed him grandfather. The you never met that had been still in the you in your business. Yeah i think you know we talk about values a lot in our business in it really kind of centered on three for a long time and that was honesty trustworthiness and mutual respect and then about two years ago he added another one That really represented our family. And that's volya and volume is the italian word for For desire for passion for getting things done that's really the values that we were raised with. And of course Hard work and putting in an honest day's work sometimes. You know more than just the hours that were that were put in that. My dad and my uncles Showed every day and then the other thing i'd say is when it comes to our culture and And you know this is our family to not just not just the company culture. It's we call it treating you like family. That's how we describe our culture and that means whether it's your customers or your team members are your vendors it's about treating you like alley so your your grandfather working at a foundry. You're you know. Starting a grocery business nibbling in their twenties wasn't a lot of money then but as torch passed between generations and the riches of a successful business about how do you maintain those values those values our values of immigrants. That do it every league and to survive out is that how does that stay alive or the business where. I'm sure you could write a check for almost ended up. I'd say it's a great question. I think you have to live your values every day. I mean that's really how you pass them on. Its in the actions that you take the things that are important to you in how you represent those so you know with material. Things are important to you. Then that's going to be the values that are going to be passed on from generation to generation But in our case you know for us the most important value is family Family in france. And that's what gets passed on. That's what we celebrate and cherish every day and i know it sounds trite. But it's but it's true is if you don't live those values everyday then how kids grandkids ever ever picked them up for sure. I've seen you walk many conferences with your brothers in the way you look at each other you. You certainly are incredibly knitted family. What in the things that you really set as your signature for longos and i would say before manny Think back in the days where groceries about you know. Meat protein was fresh. Why did you choose fresh. And how are you maintaining that that so many other competitors trying to copy that primitive store making a living guard. Yes so for us We started in the fruit and vegetable business my father and his his father they were farmers in sicily and so produce was in their blood and then when he when dad came to to canada i i guess it was nineteen forty seven. Nine hundred fifty. He worked for his uncle who had fruit market Actually on the beaches the beaches beaches our beach but it's a in eastern toronto and And he ended up being in that business and then he went to work for a chain in the produce department. So fresh has been the mainstay of our business for you. Know since nineteen fifty six. So you're building up this incredible franchise but then years ago again ahead of your time. You jump into the e commerce business with grocery gateway when china's with sometimes as family that merchandises produce the color of the smell. The majesty i walk into a long goes. I might walk in looking for one thing and i come out with a hundred dollars.

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The Future of Healthcare with Teladoc Health Chief Medical Officers

The Voice of Healthcare

04:53 min | 1 year ago

The Future of Healthcare with Teladoc Health Chief Medical Officers

"Well the country in the world's talking about it. I want to start with one year colleagues Shop and i want you to listen to so much. Answer this question to Jennifer schneider She's quoted as saying the following things. Virtual healthcare is growing. It's getting to the point now. You're not going to hate it. What does it mean to you when you hear. A clinician say to a group of patients were consumer class. That you're not gonna hate this anymore. What comes to mind. And how does this relationship solve that problem of disliking the care you were getting going to the big parking lot paying the seven dollars and a park having to walk through the labyrinth dodging david bowie on the way to your clinic and finally getting there to see who you needed to see what comes to mind there when you hear jennifer say that it. It's a great summation of. What would i have felt that has been broken. Healthcare for past fifteen years. As i think we also s consumers in this marketplace obscene seen how content has been reorganized by the internet how communities have been reorganize how entertainment commerce more recently even banking. When was the last time that you actually stepped foot in a bank. And so this this notion of you're gonna drive twenty to thirty minutes to this obstacle or building and then ended up waiting an hour at least I think comes an hours like a a gift to see physician. Pretend to fifteen minutes us. We'll give you a whole bunch of information that you're not gonna process And send you on your way driving back down twenty or thirty minutes in some cases i haven't come back again. You know in two or three days or a week is you've got to get lab tests. Imaging tasks don seem so You know sort of disconnected from how we live our lives today in terms of the immediacy of the things that were able to get it all at our fingertips and so I think this is what jennifer was talking about it. I think you alluded to just so nicely is the experience of inter connectivity through now wearable sensors software that personalizes methodist to you And always on connectivity Through the cloud Starting to make its way into healthcare and covid nineteen is only accelerated people's view in notion of what's possible in healthcare that today was just a method or a vision it is absolutely accelerating ed From everyone we've been speaking to And of course you are walking this walk on the acceleration happening before we're ready So it's really an exciting time. It also can be a harrowing right if you're not prepared for loot when you hear jennifer say consumers and patients aren't gonna hate healthcare anymore because they're they're access the can get what what comes to mind view especially in terms of telecom. Bunga sure so. I think that people often talk about. How virtual care makes access so much easier and they often frame this in terms of a conversation around what you might consider medical convenience And i'd like to just draw out the issue that it's not just a question of convenience. It's really around the quality of care so on telemedicine side we see many individuals who seek care and they end up having pretty serious medical problems like a recent case where the individual Actually had some big chest discomfort in our little shortness of breath and ended up having multiple blood clots in his lungs and he would have just probably waited it out at home with really a life threatening medical condition and on the longo side. You're really talking about individuals who for the first time in their lives are taking care of these problems around blood. Sugar control blood pressure control. So they're really getting the care that they need because we've made it easier for them and have lowered a number of these barriers which are traditionally put the place and may care most difficult and as you might imagine during the time of covid. All of these issues have been highlighted. So if you are at home trying to do your telecommuting also trying to teach your kids at the same time who might be doing their own remote learning. It may not be the easiest thing for you to decide that you need to take you know a bus to a train to train to bus in order to get to a medical appointment to have somebody review your blood sugars with you so to make that care possible particularly in this time just makes all the sense in the world.

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Another Halo Infinite Director Leaves The Project

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Another Halo Infinite Director Leaves The Project

"Turbulence continues on Microsoft Corp.'s Halo Infinite video game with the departure of the. Projects Director Christly who oversaw production of Halo infinite at three or four three industries, which is developing the game for Microsoft is no longer working on it. He confirmed a Bloomberg News on Wednesday lease the second top director on the project to leave in the past two years. Quote I've stepped back from infant and I am looking at future opportunities. Lee, said I believe in the team and I'm confident they will deliver a great game in which is a good time to step away for me to step away. The highly anticipated. Next installment was originally slated to come out alongside Microsoft's launch of its next generation xbox cities council in November. The game was delayed in early August however following poor fan reception to an early public version lease role was sidelined a few weeks later as Microsoft. Veteran Joe Staton to lead the single player campaign and another senior executive Pierre Heintz to run multiplayer Lee has been three or four three industries since two, thousand, eight a year after its founding overseeing the halo series since two thousand sixteen, his title Has Been Partner Studio head quote Christly remains a Microsoft employee and while you step back from Halo. Infinite right now we appreciate all he has done for the project to date Microsoft said in the email statement. The development of Halo Infant has been rocky in August, twenty, nineteen, three or four three industries lost its creative director Tim Longo, an executive producer Mary Olson at the time. The company said that quote, the overall creative vision and production of the game remains led by Chris Lee and quote. Pushing the Games. Release beyond November was blow for Microsoft which was relying on the game to help sell new xbox consoles in the holiday season retail boxes for the xbox series. Still feature artwork of master chief. The main character of Halo Halo doesn't currently have a release date, but three four three has said it will be out next year.

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A Discussion About Mashup - Fasting

FoundMyFitness

05:51 min | 1 year ago

A Discussion About Mashup - Fasting

"Are other ways of changing the microbiome for one Actually, a pilot clinical trial found that intermittent fasting for fifteen days intermittent fasting. But on the days of their fasting in this pilot study, people could eat with up to five hundred calories sort of like a fasting mimicking diet almost in a way. They basically did this for fifteen days. So they were fasting for a total of seven days and then not fasting for total seven days, and there was an increase in bacterial richness in in the gut microbiome in certain types of bacteria that have been shown to promote the production of t regulatory cells. and basically there's This was including lactobacillus bacteria, which are which are commonly used in probiotics as well. Those those have been shown to play a role in promoting T regulatory cell numbers through the production short chain fatty acids. it also enriched other bacterial species like protozoa, which is another one that's also been shown to play a role in. T Regulatory Cell Production In the Gut. Interestingly, it was also shown that fasting induced is sort of its own. You know like kitone body metabolism was happening. That was regulating the micro basically was facilitating microbiome growth as well. So I thought that was a really interesting study was because fasting itself has been shown to also affect autumn unity through other mechanisms aside from the Gut microbiome. which that study I just cited really focused on but there have been other studies. A lot of lot of studies have been done. by Dr Vaulter Longo and colleagues that are found either fasting. Fasting mimicking diet or even a Ketogenic Diet. Has. Has Been Shown in animal studies and a very, very small pilot clinical study in patients with multiple sclerosis. An autoimmune disorder where individuals basically just just one week of the fasting mimicking diet or. or six months on the Keita. Genetic Diet so much longer period beyond the ketogenic diet versus the week of the fasting mimicking diet. They had an improvement in in clinical measures for a variety of clinical measures for for Multiple Sclerosis the animal studies sort of confirmed that. That the you know there was a lot a lot of effects on on t regulatory cells and a variety of different effects on autoimmune regulation from the fasting mimicking diet or also fasting. So other studies have found that fasting itself. Can Basically Lead to to preferential preferentially lead to the death of dysfunctional cells, and the seems to happen quite a bit in the immune system So as as a fast becomes more prolonged A tofte g starts to happen and a tough ogies basically clearing out damaged off with NFL. But as the as the stressor becomes stronger, if the entire cell is actually damaged enough the cell will die via pop toasties and this has been shown to occur in definitely occurred animal studies where basically if you if you take a mouse and fast for forty eight hours. About. Twenty. Eight percent of the immune cells in the mouse will die off and this activates stem cells in the blood system and. Then, he met a poetic system where they stem cells increased by six fold, and this causes stem cells then to make brand new. Immune cells, young brand, new healthy immune cells, and. Only it's. VAULTER has shown that they bake. Non they make they make functional immune cell. So you can clear out a number functional immune cell that perhaps would be was playing a role in auto immunity and replace it with a healthy functional immune cell that you know that basically is not having that autoimmune sort of defect But it's really you know the those animal studies were shown to be dependent on it jeff one levels just plummeting going going way down and it's important to to to realize translation of animals that he's like that to humans There's a lot of factors to consider. So for example, and mouse or rodent will lose twenty percent of their of their body weight after a forty eight hour fast whereas a human will only lose one to two percent. This a big difference and it's also been shown that within that two day period. Rodents can blower there one by fifty percent. whereas. It takes a human five days on a water on on. You know of basically not eating anything to to lower their levels by fifty percent. So big differences there and with respect to translating animal to to mouse studies but again. there has been some pilot studies looking at. Fasting and the effects on auto immune disease like multiple sclerosis when I just mentioned there's also been some pilot studies looking at a forty eight hour water fast in humans and there was a trend towards the adipose stem cell activation like I just mentioned with the Animal Studies.

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A Guide For Mashup - Fasting

FoundMyFitness

04:29 min | 1 year ago

A Guide For Mashup - Fasting

"There are other ways of changing the microbiome for one Actually, a pilot clinical trial found that intermittent fasting for fifteen days intermittent fasting. But on the days of their fasting in this pilot study, people could eat with up to five hundred calories sort of like a fasting mimicking diet almost in a way. They basically did this for fifteen days. So they were fasting for a total of seven days and then not fasting for total seven days, and there was an increase in bacterial richness in in the gut microbiome in certain types of bacteria that have been shown to promote the production of t regulatory cells. and basically there's This was including lactobacillus bacteria, which are which are commonly used in probiotics as well. Those those have been shown to play a role in promoting T regulatory cell numbers through the production short chain fatty acids. it also enriched other bacterial species like protozoa, which is another one that's also been shown to play a role in. T Regulatory Cell Production In the Gut. Interestingly, it was also shown that fasting induced is sort of its own. You know like kitone body metabolism was happening. That was regulating the micro basically was facilitating microbiome growth as well. So I thought that was a really interesting study was because fasting itself has been shown to also affect autumn unity through other mechanisms aside from the Gut microbiome. which that study I just cited really focused on but there have been other studies. A lot of lot of studies have been done. by Dr Vaulter Longo and colleagues that are found either fasting. Fasting mimicking diet or even a Ketogenic Diet. Has. Has Been Shown in animal studies and a very, very small pilot clinical study in patients with multiple sclerosis. An autoimmune disorder where individuals basically just just one week of the fasting mimicking diet or. or six months on the Keita. Genetic Diet so much longer period beyond the ketogenic diet versus the week of the fasting mimicking diet. They had an improvement in in clinical measures for a variety of clinical measures for for Multiple Sclerosis the animal studies sort of confirmed that. That the you know there was a lot a lot of effects on on t regulatory cells and a variety of different effects on autoimmune regulation from the fasting mimicking diet or also fasting. So other studies have found that fasting itself. Can Basically Lead to to preferential preferentially lead to the death of dysfunctional cells, and the seems to happen quite a bit in the immune system So as as a fast becomes more prolonged A tofte g starts to happen and a tough ogies basically clearing out damaged off with NFL. But as the as the stressor becomes stronger, if the entire cell is actually damaged enough the cell will die via pop toasties and this has been shown to occur in definitely occurred animal studies where basically if you if you take a mouse and fast for forty eight hours. About. Twenty. Eight percent of the immune cells in the mouse will die off and this activates stem cells in the blood system and. Then, he met a poetic system where they stem cells increased by six fold, and this causes stem cells then to make brand new. Immune cells, young brand, new healthy immune cells, and. Only it's. VAULTER has shown that they bake. Non they make they make functional immune cell. So you can clear out a number functional immune cell that perhaps would be was playing a role in auto immunity and replace it with a healthy functional immune cell that you know that basically is not having that autoimmune sort of defect

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Halo Infinite Devs Deny Claim That Halo TV Show Impacted Development

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Halo Infinite Devs Deny Claim That Halo TV Show Impacted Development

"Halo infants development has reportedly been hindered by outsourcing. This is during the Allman at. Who writes report has service suggesting halo infamous development in recent delay have been affected by outsourcing with the upcoming Halo TV show. Also apparently a significant distraction and investigative report to the turbulent development cycle of Halo infinite from theory alleges that a number of factors have contributed to the games trouble development and eventual delay from xbox series x console into twenty twenty. One one major factor in infamous delay supposedly stems from the fact that a significant portion of the game is being outsourced to third party contractors. This is standard practice in the games industry especially in triple A, but in infants case report suggests that the level of outsourcing has been. Unusually high and the coordination between the many different companies contributing to infinite has been rough at best through source claims that the outsourcing was a higher ratio typical studio undertakes during development, which has led to communication and collaboration headaches for three four, three industries. Apparently, the three twenty, nineteen trailer for Halo. Incident was outsourced while the game was not in a playable state which oversold expectations were hit for infamous leader Demos the report suggests that the marketing and Engineering Teams Behind Louisville had been on two different planets which has also led to issues in messaging the game. The throughout report also dwells on the departure of high profile creatives such Tim Longo. As a reason for the turmoil both were creative directors who left three-for-three industries and twenty nineteen. The recent rumor that the game was going to ship with multiplayer and campaign as separate entities is also corroborated with the report suggesting that that this came under consideration as a means to meet the holiday twenty, twenty deadline as well as the issues with outsourcing. One source told theorized that long just dating Halo TV series has been a significant distraction for three four, three management according to the unnamed source the show has been. Taking their priority instead of focusing on making sure devolving progress is on the right path to reaching its targeted deadline and quote

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Improving Your Relationships, Buddhist Style

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:32 min | 1 year ago

Improving Your Relationships, Buddhist Style

"Hello, this episode is a mix a nice mix of the technical, the practical and the delightful. We're GONNA talk here about an aspect of mindfulness that can impact your relationships with other people, your biases and how you handle everything from lying to sex to alcohol to. Social Media. Specifically, we're talking about Veda that is an ancient term often translated as feeling tone. Here's how it works. Basically, everything that comes up in your mind has one of at least three feeling tones pleasant unpleasant or neutral. When you're mindless pleasant feeling tone can lead to over indulgence or clinging unpleasant can lead to aversion and neutral can lead to numbing out. Unchecked this unfolding process can have disastrous results as it pertains to your reactions to food other people you name it. My guest today is going to tell us about how to bring mindfulness to this aspect of our experience and her name is Martine batchelor. She was a Buddhist nun in Korea for ten years. She's written a number of books including the path to compassion and let go a Buddhist guide to breaking free of habits she lives in France you'll hear her lovely French accent along with her husband Stephen Bachelor who was a guest on this show now. Longo. So here we go. Martine Bachelor? All right Martin thanks for doing this. Same for asking me. We were talking before we start enrolling. We had lunch. Me and you and your husband in the winter. Before the pandemic and the world has changed quite a bit since then so. Conversation is happening in a radically different contexts than our last one. Indeed indeed and So side I mean it's such a shock to the system and it's so sad what is happening everywhere? Yes it is I think. One of the things we're going to focus on today is a way to work with our minds so that we can really become. Like individual vectors of positivity and helpfulness. So we're doing our little part to make a dent in the universe in this conversation. Indeed end to me when the pandemic started the Kobe Disney stock she'd actually full things came to mind. The first one was actually to see that the practice at really in a way prepared me for this prepared me from this pandemic kind of bringing some stability some ground. Clarity end. That's what practices about to help post when we have difficulty. The same time I decided. This is pandemic and I am not going to stress about anything. My mortar will be wise threats take your time take the time. You can do whatever s needed because if you stress and you go into be harmful to your south harmful to others. The sad thing was to think that. Appreciation. Moody. Rejoicing in all the people who helped us to survive and to see what was still working, what where people still doing and also so grateful that all these people in ended injure themselves for our survival. And, the thing I took the practice was, how can I change my relationship? How can we use this opportunity to really see the? And tried to see the other differently and our relationship to the other differently because we saw us to go on automatic. I have that relationship with this person I had this history with this person needs and as. Could we have a renewal in our relationship in this strange time. So I would say the pandemic in a way it Sarah Board and at the same time, he can be local community to really bring the practice to the situation or schools to help our sounds of coast to others.

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Netflix is Hollywood

Land of the Giants

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Netflix is Hollywood

"Where are we? We are in Los Angeles. We're about to turn onto sunset. Boulevard Hollywood maybe in Hollywood. Okay, so we're. We're approaching. Hollywood hills. Really Tall Palm Trees. So should we explain why we're? We're driving through sunset radio. There's a bunch of billboards here, right? That's what we're. Getting at. Less Ronnie our producers, etc piled, a newborn, took a drive down Hollywood's main drag. It's a traffic jam packed with billboards promoting new TV shows and movies. I've been covering the business of media for a long time, so I served as tour guide for this trip, but Ronnie is a data reporter who mainly writes about tech companies. She doesn't typically pay a lot of attention to what's going on in Hollywood. Here, we have a a the crown net flicks up on the right. Have you watched any of the crown yet? I have not. On the left we have marriage story billboard. This is a Scarlett Johansson. I don't think I want to watch that. You may not be the right person for streaming roddy in a row. We got the Irishman. That's Scorsese's film and then DOLEMITE is my name. Reading that right. Alfie, these are both movies. They're both movies. You can see on Netflix Sega. Any of these this is this is a worthwhile trip for learning. What's on Netflix? You could just actually go to your browser. Are these like already outer. These are like I don't know. Someone like hermetically sealed raising. A drive down, sunset isn't just a chance for Ronnie to see what's coming on. TV, it's a way to watch Hollywood talking to itself, these billboards are messages which are very much directed at Hollywood except now. netflix's doing most of the talking. Stranger things net flix. The politician. Net flicks, one billboard tuna flexible work three Netflix. Netflix well years ago when Netflix was first getting into its own programming. Executive there told me that because they were tech company. They didn't have to do things that traditional media companies do like renting billboards, so it could show big-name talented netflix serious about Hollywood. That guy turns out was wrong. Netflix has decided loves billboards so much that it went out and bought some for itself, and now the company owns many of the signs on the Strip. This, you still look like before streaming. That's one of the main ideas we keep running across as we're working on the series, it's almost impossible to imagine what the world like before Netflix. Even though that time was just a few years ago. If you didn't know any better, you'd think. Netflix's has always been a huge part of Hollywood. Syphilis can be fatal to your baby free. Check that out not flick show. UNCLEAR UNCLEAR? Welcome the land of the giants. The NETFLIX's effect. I'm Peter Coffee. Today. We're talking about how NETFLIX's. Would outsider that no one took seriously took over the town and change the lives of the people in it. Are the CO founder and CEO of Net flicks. I'm going to conduct this interview netflix style. I'M GONNA. Have like five questions you're GonNa love and five thousand. You've never heard. Today. It's given it. NETFLIX's remade. The media. World to companies becomes so omnipresent in our lives that CEO Reed. Hastings even counts as a sort of celebrity. He's a big enough deal for a guest spot Stephen Colbert. You're like one of the big one of those big new media disruptors. Why did the entertainment industry need to be disrupted? Just for the fun of it. On this happened really quickly. We talked to Kim Masters veteran show business journalist at the Hollywood reporter who said that a decade ago Netflix's was an afterthought for big media companies newcomers from Silicon Valley or anywhere else did not strike fear in the hearts of moguls. There's a thing that happens in Hollywood. Which is the outsiders come in, and they think boy. There's a lot of stupid rules in Hollywood and people sure do dumb stuff, but we're going to be much smarter than these idiots, and then they get kilt. It turns out that Netflix was the exception to the rule. It didn't get killed at one. And NETFLIX's did it with Hollywood's help. You can trace all this back to two thousand eight, which is when Netflix's really broken into streaming by getting his hands on a bunch of blockbuster movies for a bargain, Ben, price, it had made a deal with stars premium cable channel. Let netflix's stream always rate movies from Sony and Disney so stars had created the service called Vong which nobody listening to this podcast is GonNa Remember, but there was a service before Netflix's. That was streaming. Streaming movies called. Longo Van Gogh was losing seventy million dollars a year. Rich Greenfield is an analyst with light shed partners. He's been following digital media closely for years, and in walks, Reed Hastings in Ted Sandoz and says hey will take that streaming content. You could sub-licensed to us and we'll pay you. Tens of millions of dollars Netflix's use it as the base to build their streaming service, versus what was historically just a DVD service. And the rest is they say is history.

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"longo" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"longo" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Only thing there is two x person is that aspect of them. This is that the world has focused so much on that that it's come that it's a manifested itself in the way people think themselves. Okay for example. I was a very chubby kid and people would make fat jokes and stuff like that. And Latino I didn't get as much in the way of Latino comments so that so this this is kind of where I sometimes find myself having a hard time dealing with other Latinos who had a much more deeper experience and have developed that consciousness more because it was a more of a factor in the places they grew up with for me it was it was my weight. Okay so basically. My weight became part of my identity and other aspects lawmaking and whatnot because these are the things that people notice and he's one the things that people brought up. Initially I liked things but I think of myself as I was a little overweight but I think of myself as overweight. It's 'cause other people kept pointing it out. It became more and more the things that I saw. Okay so this is what we were talking about like sort of consciousness. This is why you don't necessarily have like a white parade street parade because it's not something that people point out. Longo all man you're straight or oh man your way it's kind of like that's generally what's assumed in the sense that sort of the norm so you don't develop a white consciousness. No one's thinking about your whiteness. Okay and so then back. They're going to think about something else. So your your identity me in the coming from you may wear particular sports teams jerseys all day so people think of you as the Rangers Guy and that becomes your consciousness. Okay certain aspects and I think over in recent times with the grand discussion of race gender and sexuality and let stuff sort of a white insist. Consciousness has third to people are starting to notice that about themselves more than thinking about their whiteness. Their heterosexuality more than they did. Four which you know. That's that's the mixed that's bad or good or whatnot it's it's just the inevitability of having this conversation if you're going to look inwards and be like. Yeah you know I never thought of myself as before but now that you mention it but that's that's where it's coming from idea that there's this idea that these Peop- The people sometimes get defined by what the world sees is awed. Okay because the things that are not about your into things people notice okay when you when you drive down the street and see a bunch of houses the House you notice that looks different than the other houses. That's the house you remember. But it has an effect on how you imagine that neighborhood the neighborhoods. Not just that house but you think.

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Myrla: The Safe House

Long Distance

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Myrla: The Safe House

"Can ask you so. Just WanNa be clear so this story that you told you're able to say the real place where you lived in Longo because you know that those people had already left even that woman that you said was pregnant she real real okay and then I checked on her after because I was thinking what she heard or something no they didn't even come close to her so this storyline off ready to cooperate. A little bit was a good opening and later on I was brought to regular debenture to the camp. Yes so we were held in a jail debts within a Philippine constabulary. Come they call come mucky Niagara but the jail is being run by the Philippine National. Police and the jail is intended for common crime. Thor's it's not the political complex Kramer I mean. Usually they keep political detainees together but the facilities are not good point supposedly should also would. Men political detainees but that was the only one he recalled. Pov Oblique order violators. I remember that as a public order by later I could not even get bail doer not given the right to even defend ourselves in court

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"longo" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"longo" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

"Basically unprocessed foods. Most of America eats a bunch of highly processed spiced Sometimes frozen foods is any of that Problem or do you net recommend that either well first of all I would not put frozen with process For example if you have organic vegetables that have been frozen the source as perfect food. I mean it's about as good as it gets Now if you look at process Meets that's over and over and over comes up on top as the bus about it. Most unhealthy food. That you can you you can possibly think of and Also because the We always hear that social economic status and makes it difficult to afford The fresh and I always a little bit concerned that we don't say doesn't need to be fresh. I mean it could be frozen and and New now can get a very high quality even organic food that has been frozen for a fairly low amount They can feed a A family For a few dollars so I think that that's the kind of thing we also need to start telling patients having solutions there Because and a standout difficult and maybe a lot of people to go to the grocery store every day and buying all the All the vegetables are needed to to make fresh food. And so yeah I think it's good to think of alternative up. Well before we let you go I have to ask you somewhat more political question if I may So you've seen how different healthcare systems work. Tell us about your perspective on the American healthcare system. Is there someone who's doing it right compared into the US What have you learned from your vantage point but for sure The US is the system is unsustainable. Ask S. Two expensive and But it doesn't mean that it it's a bad system I think is just too expensive You know what if you run out of your insurance and And is this sustainable to have treatments for for cancer or many of these that are in the fifty one hundred thousand dollars a year per patient and I and I think we already know. The answer is not sustainable. So so this is why I think the nutrition I think most people will agree INARA green already. That's the way to go into Future Together. Complementing the standard of care but trying who reduce the burden and preventions always cheaper than cure. So yes so. It's definitely doable But is now going to be done this way so he's going to be done with medical schools having a very different agenda for example. I say medical school I unless course should be about healthy longevity. I it's it's not about you know. Can you get somebody out of your office and and be treated for a week or two is like what do I get you one hundred or a hundred and ten healthy and I. I don't think you know almost any medical school. Has these view of of their mission. It may be starting but certainly in my day there was there were no courses on prevention death with the exception of vaccines and preventative health. That way but in terms of true prevention of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention of cancer I mean because what can you do other than we'll don't smoke And then certainly you know exercises is an important thing but well getting down to what you do. In in terms of the detail work in terms of the importance of nutrition and the specifics of nutrition. I think it's it's starting a really a New Era Decker Longo Ongo. I want to thank you for joining us. This was really a spectacular learning experience for me. And of course Stephen Janice thank so much and I look forward to doing this again. We come back can visit us. I think we've only touched on some.

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"longo" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

14:18 min | 2 years ago

"longo" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

"Dr Longo. I'M GONNA send US toward a very fast break. We'll be right back. Hi I'm Robert Ross. Host of cars that matter you might be wondering what makes a car matter and I have a feeling you already know the answer. Some cars have changed history. Some you can hear a mile away some have lines that make your heart skip a beat if a car ever made you look twice then I think you know the ones that matter. Join me as I speak with designers collectors. The market experts about the passions that drives and passions. We drive cars that matter. Wherever you get your podcasts? So so we're back with my co host Dr Steven K Back and Janice O'Leary and Dr Vaulter Longo Dr Longo. Can we jump into do your diet that you're exploring in so many different studies. How would a change in your caloric intake or a change in what you're eating actually affect the growth of a cancer not just to grow also the survival the fasting infesting making? The lawn is about as good as chemotherapy. But I hardly or rarely occurs even a mouse right along right. If you just do a cycle of chemo or a cycle of fasting you almost never even cure mouse now. You combine the Chemo in the fasting. And now you're starting to seek antifreeze rival so mice cured So yes suggesting rest in there. That difficulties generated by starvation environment for cancer. Cell are there but not sufficient to wipe them out when you ed the target intervention Chemo immunotherapy etc.. That's when you're starting to see a much bigger fact so now you know soon soon enough we're going to be published in the clinical trials on lots of these that I just mentioned so surprised because it's very complex. It's a moving target. So there's not one set of recommedations medications. You can make in general for the population or for a particular type of disease because it seems to be changing all the time. Yes this is why I think the mistake is is being. I'm going to have the magic bullet but I only use them edgy bulletin. A wait and then I try not to magic bullet in another one and And that's very difficult. Even immunotherapy usually works only on a percentage of the patients. I think the trick I am I be may not be a complete solution but the trick is going to be hit the cancer with a targeted intervention but also with a wide acting intervention. Make life of a cans of all cancer cells. It's very difficult by creating a stream environment and then used a the the magic bullet To Do to put him in a situation where they cannot escape. It's very interesting creative because when you think about it. Chemotherapy kills off all sells. It doesn't discriminate between healthy or unhealthy. Whereas if you use a diet targeted form of therapy where the healthy cells are stimulated benefited by it but the cancer cells in some way are being injured by it? You're doing exactly what the ideal process would be in. That is preserved the healthy and getting rid of the unhealthy We talk about diet all the time. No no I know who I was saved the the trouble is and and myself included. Because I know what I'm supposed to be doing dietary wise but to actually implement it day to day Some patients in particular. Now there may be a certain segment of the population of physicians as well who may just reach for medication that some of that is conditioned because of the fact that we've spoken countless times to our patients about the correct diet but people will have a hard time hearing to. There are a lot of smart people out there who have a Bagel every single eh for breakfast. And it's not. Because they're they want to defy their doctors or they want to bring on type two diabetes to just like a Bagel every morning. And they don't want to really change changed habit so changing your habits on a daily basis. That's hard patients. Themselves would prefer medication. Give me a pill so I can then go back and have you know my chocolate cream pie. You know. Every night the complaint is not so much that the doctor a dozen no the Diet could change The status of the patient shouldn't it the complaint is more that there is not really a coordinated effort for example. Most doctors in medical school they receive minimal training and undernutrition right. So it's also difficult for somebody that has never been trained nutrition to intervene in a very forceful way and a patient because because you never been trained in setting so I think they're the medical schools. I'm going to visit the Loma Linda in a few weeks and you know there are so many schools an awfully soon enough many medical schools that are going to move in that direction of having Dr Staff understand not just a diet is is the way to go but also how do you get a patient to change your diet. But part of the problem I think clinically and I'm not sure you know what the solution is at this juncture is that it doesn't seem to be a consensus census amongst the medical community as to what is the actual appropriate diet. Sure I mean in I mean I think there is much more of a consensus among the people people that have been doing this for a long time. You know and look like like we do a longevity at you. Know what people eat in areas of the world there are There were these Jerry. What about the logical studies? What about the clinical studies? But even those those who advocate a plant based Diet. They're actually very very pro fruits nachos vegetables whereas if you're talking about it's sort of a fasting mimicking diet. You're saying that really you shouldn't be using much which of your carbs from fruits. It should be really almost entirely vegetables. No no I mean. Son Confused Fast in Michigan with every day. There's two completely different exam facetiming. Assuming that you're GONNA do it two or three times a year everything else going to do every day of your life In the fruit. There's nothing wrong with fruit The only complaint. I have in my book about fruit. This is the idea that you need as much as you want. And it's okay because fruit is going to have lots of sugar in it and and and if you don't understand that you need to limit Dan that's not going to be so helpful for you I will say that is a journal consensus that eating a certain way I'm on the x among the people that spend a lot of time just doing this Eating a certain way is probably beneficial right so eating say a little bit of meet lots of vegetables. A little bit of fruit Mediterranean Diet version of the Mediterranean slash. Okay now when when Diet yeah so I think most people say yeah if you eat the abundant levels of these You're probably going to have a good way. Then you're going to be healthy Yet I will say that it's not really implemented out there in the compliance I think is a real is a real problem so you you know see you have someone who does eat their Bagel every morning cream cheese the whole thing And he did it. Dr Steve has told them over and over again. Look this isn't going to be good for you. You're on your way to being diabetic If you don't change your ways the patient is like. I'm sorry. This is what I like. I'm going to keep doing it if they did. It's something like The fast mimicking diet a couple times a year can still change things for them. Can that prevent them from getting to you. Know the crossing that line nine into type two being the trial Certainly suggest that the mostly pre diabetic move back to to the normal state of the three cycles Now we have three trials diabetes ongoing We're GONNA start one with four hundred fifty patients multi-centre so so we'll see I mean the The question is Can they do it. How many cycles going to do it? Can they do it for years and years using years versus do three times and then never do it again. so we'll have to see But I think that First of all you need to have the doctors tres And did that Titians all on the same page and all sort of singing the same tune then the patients yes a lot of them will not do with no matter. What but I think the hear the same story from everybody Then that could be a different Different result you. You had mentioned that we. We may have been used to fasting all winter long essentially starving ourselves because there wasn't much food around. How do we actually decide that? They five day concept could mimic that. Well first of all this is for for people that are are normal. They don't have any Diagnosed signals disease It's a compromise on safety and also Africa's see also compliance so the idea was because if you go on a fast you're going to suffer for the first two days or so that's especially the first time but also the subsequent times so so if you say the two days or two and a half days in stop then it's all it's all very hard Then the Ford awarded to say third the four day really days where. It's pretty easy because the body now tells you don't need to eat I mean most people there's a great majority of people So now you take advantage of these three days You could go longer. For example we ought to immunities. We're going longer but we field that is not worth the risk Of Pushing people in that direction we read the stop it at five and also five. Its initial compliance appliance. You know people can start on a Sunday in finishing on a Friday And it's much more hit the weekend and exactly It's a little counterintuitive. The notion that you're going to be on a healthy diet day in and day out in every once in a while you're going to go off your diet and splurge I think intuitively you say okay. That sounds like a reasonable healthy way to be the notion that all you have to do is really fast and go through this ketogenic process for five days three or four times a year and that that would give you a similar benefit to eating a UH in fact book is split fifty fifty between eat well every day and then do the fast and making that. That's also say I also say the worst. You eat the more the moral gain weight you gain the unhealthy you become the more you're going to have to do the fast in meeting and part of the difference. I think that I was reading. Your book is that with the human. You Starve your body a little bit. That's where you really get the longevity into play the other interesting thing about these vegan despite Vegan days is most people no matter bad diet in fact the worst the Diet is the more they The use it as a little bit of a lesson or else or a mind opening moment right so so they'll come back and say you know I. I didn't think I could eat vegan low calorie diet or fast and now I did and I felt very well and so now I went back in. I don't feel like any to have all the steaks and all the the effect is the opposite of what people will expect so people people are saying. Oh now I do the fast making die so let me just go out and eat gelato. Seven Times a week. They tend to do the opposite. They tend to say a you know what I don't feel like I mean I I eat all kinds of things But I am more drawn towards this healthier lifestyle but the psychological concept of being so restrictive sounds like a turnoff but when they actually do it and they realized that they feel better that they see a new way of perhaps living in and it wouldn't be different from say running attain Kate Right so people that never ran you ran a kilometer her You're gonNA feel terrible and you're going to struggle in the first time he's hell and then most people will say by. You know what I felt pretty good. You know when I was running full good even though I struggle then a after that I felt even better I was wondering earlier. Is there any association with exercise. That's part of the longevity research you've been doing or is it just diet. Not Army exercises is very important. The book in the first book I wrote I dedicated one chapter to exercise. You know two hundred fifty minutes a week of exercise. This seems to be a very positive and very effective in reducing mortality risk. How do you feel about the artificial probiotics? The ones you buy in the store refrigerator refrigerator and Any of them do they work well. I mean I they came work. They can help But I think that They're a quick fix. When we combine the FA- The fasting making died Containing -taining lots of prebiotic ingredients the fibers. In the vegetables they feed the Bacillus Clear old is positive Bacteria species. There was it's really key In protecting the mice against these inflammatory bowel disease that has a lot of clinical data. Now suggesting that if you give probiotics or somebody buddy that Has Inflammatory Bowel disease can reduce the symptoms. So I think we need more data But but I think for normal people. The the best way to go is with the vegetable containing the food for the good bacteria.

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Valter Longo, PhD - Nutrition, Fasting Mimicking Diets, Regeneration and Longevity

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

02:49 min | 2 years ago

Valter Longo, PhD - Nutrition, Fasting Mimicking Diets, Regeneration and Longevity

"What's the difference between fasting fasting and fast mimicking the first thing most people would view as just water? Okay the water. Only fasting could be US effective. Do but at the same time. It puts the patient at risk for all kinds of problems hypoglycemia hypertension Law Salts in the in the system etc etc.. And so the festival diet. Give us an opportunity to basically standardized diet to make sure. The patient does not have these problems now. How many calories is they're being consumed during a fasting mimicking diet? Well festive Megan Diet. Is there are many versions. Because you know we have a version for out immunities Version for Alzheimer Birth for cancer vary in the clinical trials but Simpler four days is very low. Calorie starts about six seven hundred calories and goes down to three hundred. We want to get him four days And the reason for it is to really be adjustable to all the conditions that they chemotherapy. No the therapies are carried out and The the one for regular people is. He's eleven hundred calories and they won going to seven hundred and fifty three hundred calories and two three four five The one for our immunity seven days long and and it's similar to the one for regular people are very different content Alzheimer is about fourteen hundred calories. They won And then it goes down to Nine hundred nine hundred and fifty calories and so we're adjusting based on the age conditioned frailty and many the different needs for healthy people. Are you putting yourself through a fasting mimicking diet in some sort of cycle. Yeah I do it twice a year twice a year In in the reason for that is I normally have a very good diet. Especially -Tarian Remember fish couple times a week and then just Vegan. The rest of the time So Oh I think it's That's about all I need to do that. You're Italian do you still drink wine. Drink wine. Yes how does that happen coffee. The and there's no animal in in wine true true but it's it's definitely not Low sugar no wine wine I mean people if you look at the Meta analysis and I'll goal consumption up to five servings a week is actually either neutral or a little bit. Ah slightly positive and lifespan. So unless you have all the risk factors for for Diseases for which. Alcohol is also respect than than you than alcohol is fine in within this this consumption limits.

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Valter Longo, PhD - Nutrition, Fasting Mimicking Diets, Regeneration and Longevity

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

07:38 min | 2 years ago

Valter Longo, PhD - Nutrition, Fasting Mimicking Diets, Regeneration and Longevity

"Dr Vaulter Longo originally planned to be a rock musician. But luckily for us he became an international rockstar doctor. In the field of longevity evident nutrition Volker is a professor and director of Gerontology Biological Sciences at the longevity institute at the University of Southern California and he's also the director of longevity and cancer programs at the Institute of Molecular Oncology in Milan. Italy a little over a year ago Time magazine. Gene named DR Congo one of the fifty most influential people in healthcare for his work on forty two international clinical studies and groundbreaking research on the fasting mimicking diets. Away to read your body of well. A mutated cells while rejuvenating are healthy ones. He's the creator creator of the five day fasting mimicking Diet and the author of the international bestselling book the longevity. I I was nineteen. I think when I started working on aging and At the time it was a music student in Texas University of North Texas. FAMOUS JESSICA CESCO. Obviously it was in my head all along because I did not think about what I had to do. I say I have to study aging and I always thought what an incredible challenge bald scientifically but also taught. Why is every doctor working? and He seems to me and like that's where the problem is So yeah so I. I have to say beside the years very early years. I I've always worked on this that's that's all I've ever then. Because I had read about you that you had initially wanted to be a rockstar. I started the same way my my initial thought was to be a Rockstar Rockstar. And then I realized that I was lacking one key ingredient and that was talent So I quickly switched to something that I felt I could do better and you still involved in music. It's a little bit more now I think in the You know fundraising levels over thinking of doing some some cancer onset or something like that to raise money for research. Yeah so I always Worth an aging. Since the early nineties was like enough to be a student of Roy while for Ucla was a pathologist there and it was my first mentor new at the time. The the world Most well known person working on calorie restriction and the longevity and saw I followed up on his on his he's working and So for the best Twenty seven years. We've been focusing on other. Take this old idea of station fiction and make it make it a newer idea that can be brought to the clinics all over the world so so Dr Longo. You've been looking into various diseases that are related to aging That I guess are anti longevity Diseases such as cancer and and auto immunity and cardiovascular disease obesity and how these diseases might be affected and possibly even untreated with a modification of Diet and With intermittent fasting. Yes so what we really focusing. Because he now is What I call the longevity program and and and saw a mouse Has It on. DVD program that is it's about two and a half years long Into I ran. The lifespan is two two and a half years but this the health span is maybe one and a half years of mice started developing cancer maybe after one and a half years out of the two and a half years lifespan so then the idea. Da is why is it that people don't get cancer in most cases until they're forty or fifty or older So there is clearly Did the possibility of getting cancer is under the control of this program. So what we're really talking about here are cells that have kind of an aging problem. Yeah that's what we're going after we're going to have to the fundamental changes in cells And in the collection of south that eventually will lead to dysfunction. What does the Diet that you are proposing that has been shown to have these immune modulating effects and the longevity? Well let me just interrupt for a second here You know I think we're talking about two different kinds of diets there's one there's the Intermittent Diet that you would do three times a year optimally on. But then there's your daily diet so can you comment on each of those we did Epidemiological study using the CDC database. A few years ago. Oh where we showed that Americans eight the highest level since they had About seventy five percents increase risk of overall mortality about three to four fold increased risk for developing cancer Compared to those that had the lowest protein intake so this is about you know out you eat every day and Now this was true only up to sixty five so if you When when the CDC asked the question two eight year-olds There was no longer true. In fact people eight year old were reporting. Having a law protein intake did not do very well So Oh you know this is really important that To understand that this is not we liked to have simple answers like low protein high-protein. This is good this this is bad. It doesn't work like that. It's a complex environment. You just have to learn how to navigate it and and it's not you know once you learn and you have the right physician or or or or Dietitian helping you. I think is fairly straightforward but there are a lot of data that says that high fat diet has an increased risk of colon cancer and breast cancer Animal fats and high protein seems to be Bought associated with increased mortality increased risk for Cancer increased risk for cardiovascular disease the ideal everyday diet seems to be a fish plus plus Vegan Diet That is you. We know high nourishment and low protein Then the fast moving the festival making that is really something very different. And it's not even intermittent in nature. Can you describe the intricacies of the fasting mimicking diet. What does it entail? Yeah so the fast making diet is is a law sugar. A high fat good fats are low. Protein colorist diet and fats. By that you mean Omega three versus Omega Six. Then what are you referring to good fats. I refer to Type of fats. That are associated. 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Disassociated: Christian Longo

True Crime Brewery

10:54 min | 2 years ago

Disassociated: Christian Longo

"Christian did Michael Longo was married at age nineteen and he was the father of three by the time he was twenty six originally from Michigan and raised as Jehovah's Witness nece Longo did not adapt well to his life as a husband and father his wife Mary Jane Stayed Home with their children while Longo was expected to provide for their family but he quickly turned to a life of crime after getting into trouble for check fraud. Longo took his family on the run in a stolen minivan Dan but after promising to turn over a new leaf he continued to steal and to scam for money the Longo family moved from Michigan to Ohio Ohio to Oregon then their four year old son Zachary and three year old daughter Sadie were found dead in the waters of lint slow the bodies of Mary Jane their infant daughter Madison were recovered. Just days later join us at the quiet end today for the story of a young family destroyed by the evil acts of compulsive liar and manipulator Christian Longo the lives of this young families started out with hopes and aspirations and but ended in tragedy and despair. The only one left to explain what happened was the one who could never be trusted or believed but we can debate causations nations and examined missed opportunities in our efforts to understand these murders of Mary. Jane Zachary Sadie and Madison Long Ago did an Oregon beer for this. I did one of the brewers you really liked. 'cause they make a bunch of wild sales this cascade escape. Bruin and we're going to have some cascade Blueberry Kale. I Spear Deep Reddish Purple Colour Pinkish head. Don't don't see too many for me pink heads now but I'm GonNa have to be honest here and say that I have had this fear and I did enjoy it. I know you have on telling our listeners okay and it's got a nice earthy blueberry aroma a tart. Lou Berry taste a little bit of that earthy funk in there and it's a dry beer with to settle tartness is spear cascade makes it a lot of Nice while Dale's the the problem is rather expensive. They Act Pricey but they're great. Wait for a special occasion for someone you love. That's why we got. It could be more special than have a beer with you. I can't think of anything more special than having. NBA With you here we are see right so we'll open his beers up who had on down to our friends. At the quiet sounds good all right. Follow me down to the quiet end will enjoy the spear and share it of course I we will. We'll share it with ourselves and we'll share with the rest of the folks down here. That's right so on Easter at our story today. I mean I'm going going to say it's a difficult one but there's also a lot to learn from it. It's kind of an amazing remarkable tale through some things to learn very tragic of course firsts so but I think to understand the lives of the family we might need to have some basic background to the beliefs and practices of Jehovah's Witnesses Yeah. I think that helps because that is a the disappointed story. It's a large part so Jehovah's Witnesses was founded in eighteen seventy nine by Pennsylvania businessman named Charles Russell Russell believed the second coming of Christ would occur in nineteen fourteen so Jehovah's Jehovah's Witnesses emphasize the coming into the world they reject blood transfusions because of the New Testament Command to abstain from blood and they don't vote they don't serve in the military they also don't celebrate any traditional Christian holidays and they don't celebrate birthdays. I remember before I started ready learning anything about Jehovah's way back in the beginning of my career. Hilo boy any office and I noticed from his chart that his birthday was the next day so I said to him happy birthday. He looked at me as mothers says we're Jehovah's Witnesses. We don't celebrate birthdays say you can't even say happy birthday. She was research pretty conservative witness. I guess she was very staunch. I don't know it's just hard for kids like that to not be able to celebrate what other kids are celebrating braiding and then they ran into some of those difficulties with interactions with other people and families. That weren't Jehovah's Witnesses. Oh absolutely I mean I think it's difficult perfect for the kids and it was definitely an influence on Christian longos childhood that followed him into adulthood or through so Christian Michael Longo born in nineteen seventy four in Iowa he was adopted as a child by Joseph Longo who married Chris's mother mother joy in the late Seventies. The biologic father divorced his wife Right. They didn't stay together so this year nineteen seventy four was an important one for for Jehovah's Witnesses because many of them expected Armageddon to happen in nineteen seventy five right so nineteen fourteen didn't happen obviously and and they came up with a reason for that not sure what the reason was then when the world didn't end in nineteen seventy five they also said well. We can't predict it exactly okay but the world is going to end so it's hard when you're calling for the end of the world and then that time passes you better come up with some reason right so I think it makes the people very skeptical and rightly so so in the nineteen seventy five terminus which is what some witnesses called the potential event was based on the analysis of Watch Tower Society Biblical experts who said that the year nineteen seventy five would mark the end of guides day of rest so they reason because God could be expected to go back to work once a day of rest was over what was going to happen to end the world could be expected to happen before the end of nineteen seventy five yes. It's a very complicated way that they were figuring that out which I don't think is that relevant to go into just as long as you know that I think you're on board with what would have been going on in the minds of people who were Jehovah's at this time to an extent so Chris was Joyce first trial and joy was a teenager. She was actually a teenage and h bride of an abusive husband according to joy when she was pregnant with her second child Chris's younger brother Justin. Her husband beat her in her abdomen with a chain gene trying to induce an abortion according to a psychologist Dr Steven share who would later evaluate Chris. The violence in his childhood destroyed enjoyed his sense of self worth this meant that after he became an adult Chris sought out the approval of other people in order to maintain his self esteem so Chris lied a and he stole in order to get approval yeah. It just seems like a simplistic explanation for how this guy acted behaved well. I certainly don't think that's the whole story but it's something can't be the whole story now of course not it's never one thing that affects the person or make someone who they are were. Berkshire fingered as well. I don't know if it was that simplistic but that was one of his things that he brought up so join divorced Chris's father when priests was just about four years old then she met Joe Longo in a store where she was working. Joe Was Athletic. He'd been a star wide receiver on the Morningside College football team in Sioux City until he was about ten years old. Chris's family was Roman Catholic in the nineteen eighties. Joe Longo became a district manager for a chain of retail detail stores and then he began to earn a good middle class salary. The family was financially comfortable and Chris got what he needed from his parents and seemed seem to be having a happy childhood at that point yet but then one day some Jehovah's Witnesses knocked on the rondos door joy let them in and she became quickly the interested in the faith so she began attending meetings and one when she went to the meeting she would take Chris in his younger brother along with her so so Chris and his brother became involved field service activity with joy by this I mean that they would spend hours going door to door to try to convert people into to Jehovah's witness religion now. I don't know how big of a thing that is now but it was certainly a big thing where and when I grew up we had Jehovah's Witnesses coming coming to our door at least a couple times a week where you're in a hot spot I we we had them at times but it it wasn't that frequent I did grow up in Michigan not that far actually from where the longos lived that might be it might have been hotspot yeah but you know it was funny is that when my older sister became a teenager she would purposely let the Jehovah's in and give them T- and talk to them just to irritate my mother because when they came by and it was my mother home she would have US hide and draw the curtains because she didn't want to have to talk to them so just kind of become a game when I come home homeschool. If these people were there my sister would be entertaining them until my mom came home from work and then after they finally went home because everyone was polite in front of them. My sister and my mother would have it out. Our would love to hear that discussion. It was kind of fun yeah so Chris it. His brother became involved in this activity and this meant that they would spend hours going door to door Christmas smart and really socially comfortable so it didn't take long before he was a speaker at the meetings and he began talking to people about his faith he really became something of a religious prodigy with his excellent public speaking ability and from the young age of eleven he'd be called up to do a Bible reading into explain Bible verses at their Kingdom Hall which is their Church Right now so Chris had definitely really the gift of Gab yes he could really charm people and convince people of almost anything you could and we'll we'll see as we talk later about uh-huh his crimes how facile he was with his language in how he could talk people out of things into thanks really quite remarkable. Yes yes yes for someone who really didn't even have a high school education right. He did have a gift so eventually stepfather. Joe Longo also joined the witnesses assists and as the Manga family became more involved with the witnesses. Christmas brother began to have very limited contact with children who were not witnesses so that's the problem. It can become very isolating ensure. Can

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"longo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"longo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"But he just went ahead and and took what they gave in. the lead off the inning with one single. and maybe that's a different story than say you had one out of two ounce. when you really would like to see him go ahead take a shot at the long ball. is long gone. and it takes a cold front man that was several inches off the outside corner to call this right. and I do think rebelled slugging sold poorly against lefties this year. maybe that's a better play than it used to be. now the page foul backing out of place on a ninety four model hour fastball only two what's a good point. that would be used to be a guy who. did pretty well against left handed pitchers but that has not been the case this year. built the issue coming into this game having only two eleven against lefties this is one of the dirt on the inside that. was heading right into a defeat of love Gloria who skipped out of the way that men stumble across the plate before regaining his balance. one ball two strikes. it was valid that really. done all of that well against right handed pitching either he's having only two forty two against the writings. Longo today is gone one for two takes one of the dreaded sports. through the glove and into the legs. the faro. probably. which would under the glove and through the legs.

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Halo Infinite Creative Director Leaves Company

Latest In Tech News

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Halo Infinite Creative Director Leaves Company

"For short nine how long i._b._m.'s better for howarth died died on november seventeenth nineteen twenty nine and with that out of the way let's head on over to today's feature story all right the big the big news today that everybody's all talking about for some reason or another we'll be getting into some of that is <hes> the halo infinite creative director leaves the company tim longo creative director for the upcoming halo infinite left developer three four three industries this week cocoon has learned it's part of a leadership shakeup that arrives late in development of the next the game hopefully not throwing off whatever's going on with the game currently which is scheduled for release in fall of twenty twenty longo an industry veteran who also served as a creative director actor for halo five had moved to a different role a few weeks ago according to people familiar with goings on at three four three this week he left the company entirely when reached by kotok who microsoft confirmed longos departure and sent over the following statement roles and responsibilities of various team members regularly evolved to meet the needs of the game throughout development. We have have recently

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What are the potential health benefits of dandelion?

Connecting the Bits - inner healing through nature

04:19 min | 2 years ago

What are the potential health benefits of dandelion?

"But in the end one man's we'd maybe another man salad if you Google their health benefits. All Dandan along lowest will come up. Of course they save possible benefits. I think we should be doing a lot more research into plants as medicine. So we don't have to rely on the are made kind as ease do tend to have undesirable side effects. If we listen to nature more, she would help us more than we ever imagine. So to the possible benefits, this plant firstly it contains anti-oxidants, these convent's will slow down damage to the sales of the boating, that was also some evidence to suggest that quote dandy, lion. Offers a compelling profile of bioactive components with poten-. Sial anti diabetic properties, unquote. Now, this is a quote from the physiological effects of dandy lion in type two diabetes by Longo Lambert and jettison it was a study. So if you go to my site nature to heart dot com, you can get to that study by the link in the article, like many plants. I've looked the dandy line may help image using blood pressure and information. They has also been studied on showing that it has antiviral properties, again, this study is accessible, BMI site. It is good anti influenza virus effect of Equis extracts from Dundee line. Now, this could be very useful in future. If manmade medicines cease to happen fact, you will also get between AC and k when you eat dandelions is what is full eight and small amounts of Bieb Commons, as far as minerals go, there is I on calcium potassium, and Mike. Agnese him. It is also said that it helps to prevent cancer, which I believe is quite possible as vegetables in general have this property. You can gain many health benefits from this humble plant, of course, may be side effects with everything dandelions considered likely safe in the quantities, you would normally expect tweet mice people wouldn't eat in enormous bowl of Danny nine leaves. Obviously, there's no guarantee that you will not suffer Saudi vex. We will different. We still need more research to be done in his area. So remember this podcast is just for information purposes only, please consult an expert before experimenting with plants or take, total responsibility. If something goes wrong as I do. So what about symbolism? Well, of course it is a beautiful yellow the color of third. Shocker, the third shocker is way your willpower centered. It is also about pleasure and enjoyment. And it will help you transform your plans into action. The dandy lion. Is a color of the sun. The sump provides light and gives us energy. Most people feel better when it's sunny, personally, I loved the cub a yellow for me. It is a happy positive column. I love it. Especially in combination with orange and red. However, not everyone likes yellow. So if you don't like the color, they may be reason behind it worth investigating. So what does it and aligns the new for me is does feedings of spring of being a child and picking up dandelions puffed up with the seats and then blowing those seats into the air and making a wish I'm sure many people have these memory, this plant is very persistent, which is good. Which means it is easy to grow Atlanta. So me my garden in a place where my dot com, we on them. Yes, I have to be quite inventive with my gardening with dog around. So maybe we can learn persistency from the dandy lion. It does tend to pop up everywhere. Even in the gap between two slaps of concrete a lovely yellow flower growing. In a place you wouldn't expect a flower to grow dandy lines are also good for the soil. Which is probably why nature made them soap assistant, so wherever they are they'll working hard towards improving the quality of the soil. Judging by my research, you can eat all parts of this plant uneven make coffee from the root. I haven't tried the flower, yet or the roots, as mentioned earlier I'm waiting for some Grima garden away from my dog's reach. So now to the music of the dandy line, as I've said before the plant sound differently over the time,

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"longo" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"longo" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Call. Wakeup move it through the top ten. So little extra started making music about a year ago. But after the massive success of is first single, he wants everyone to know he has no plans to slow down. He's been working in the studio on his debut EP called seven says it's due later this month, but keep you posted. Here's old town road number six. Longo. In the kid. No more. I got Versace. Body. The valley of the course now. Know. Ryan's. Number six from little nauseous. We slide one more extra before we get to the top five chain smokers and coal play here, something just like this. The legends and achilles gold goal. Lisa gifts spun.

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"longo" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"longo" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"A Stratus gotten the weekend in the breakout spot. It's call wake up moving through the top ten. So little extra started making music about a year ago. But after the massive success of his first single, he wants everyone to know he has no plans to slow down. He's been working in the studio on his debut EP called seven says it's due later this month. We'll keep you posted. Here's old town road number six. Longo. Kid. No more. Don't. Now. Owner. Right..

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"longo" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"longo" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"longo" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"longo" Discussed on Z104

"In today's E ON Z Dicky's new single earth that we're gonna play a little bit of in the video. But there's some that we have to tell you about the video. So don't look it up. Here you go get a warning. Longo? Tower. No more got. Is is black. Black. About there. Now. Check them out. Cedo my. Move. Eight thirty here on the money..

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"longo" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"longo" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Garden, and I'll hear from Panthers starting goaltender in this one Roberto Longo he talked first about what it meant to get that victory last time out of bounce back for the Panthers. A good one for us. Feel good about our game. The last three games so to get on the winning side here. But. Keep that momentum around last game. And keep on the same way. Harden? Try to limit them. You're on the rink when when you're winning games professional, and it's important to become every day and part, and you still we're still living the dream playing in the NHL. So we got to take advantage of that. And then. Serious every day. And then blasting what's it been like for you this this last little bit kind of having multiple under your wing a little bit. And then being able to just kind of help Malang here as he gets his feet wet in the NHL. It's it's exciting for him. And for me, it brings me back days when I started. So we're just trying to help them out as much as I can talk to them and keep them. As even keel as possible, you know. Always had a couple of puffs starts recently. So I wanna make sure that has had as rice bought when he gets his start that he's ready to go and enjoy. Panthers. Goaltender Roberto Longo right there Panthers. Get this one talking there at the end about what it's been like for him takes him entrepot under his wing a bit. Here is the season has gone along and Montalvo ten games played this season. And he'll back it up Bertel along for this one today in Boston Geico, goalie matchup Geico, Saint Pete money on more than just car shirts. Wealth of the Panthers Luongo is going to play his first game of the.

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Harry Potter Wizards Unite Game Launches Later This Year

WBZ Afternoon News

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Harry Potter Wizards Unite Game Launches Later This Year

"Course, fans of Harry Potter affectionately known as Potter heads are getting excited about a game that brings Harry Potter to live scene. That's insurer tells us about wizards unites. This whole idea is to bring Harry Potter into a game, very similar to pokey Longo. It's going to have the same sort of ideas where you walk around a map of the game world as you're walking around in the real world. But what's going to be really? Interesting is that there's a lot of Harry Potter Esq things in. There's a lot of magic involved. There's even dueling between wizards say you become a wizard, and then you can do with other people, and it kind of brings to life. This idea that Harry Potter's fantasy world is somehow kind of in the shadows of our real world. Right. And we get to uncover it through this game. So it'll be really interesting to see whether or not they can make this work, and whether it'll be successful, obviously, Pokemon. Go was a cultural phenomenon. The question is can they repeat that again that'll be really interesting Harry Potter wizard's unite launches

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What is a Fasting Mimicking Diet and How to Do It

The Joe Rogan Experience

01:24 min | 3 years ago

What is a Fasting Mimicking Diet and How to Do It

"Basis. Four times a year, you restrict the normal amount of calories that you would eat to forty percent of what you normally eat. So maybe you're doing maybe you're just dropping one meal or for every meal that y- you're eating a little bit less. And you do this for five days on a quarterly basis. I started doing that last year. And I I just have like this Stu that I make with split mung beans and BAAs Matia rice. And it's called it's called Kittery. It's an Indian ayurvedic cleansing, Stu. Dr Longos company. L Neutra sends out these kits called prolonged kits that are all done for you. But I just wanted to make make my own stew. That's easy for me. Put a little coconut yogurt on it. And that's just breakfast lunch and dinner for me for five days in a row. It's almost like a like a seasonal cleaning. So you do that four times a year? And the only other thing that I do is one or two times a month. I try to go from Saturday dinner to Sunday dinner without eating so it's almost a twenty four hour fast. And with those three things twelve six hundred and fast the quarterly five day like modified fast in the twenty four hour fast wanted you times a month.

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"longo" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"longo" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Longo who's probably gonna be chasing still forty five behind mighty Deutsche the need about eight more thirty win seasons to catch him. But body, bro. Math. Good math there. Yeah. A little little stealing y'all lessons. But I mean, hang glenk was we talk about him on the show all the time. Absolute man, rocket has a wrench one of the top goals of his generation, boys. He just missed that one crown jewel the Stanley Cup. I think if you get that he's already you'll hall of fame and no doubt about it. But is you played against them a bunch of times, which I take on big, Hank. Yeah. I mean that one chance you had was when they ended up meeting Los Angeles in the finals and just so happens that they were just at the at the top of their game. They were both cups. They won. Yeah. I don't know boys. They're gonna rebuild the only way I see him winning that crown jewel as if he gets traded at the deadline somewhere. But you don't really see that with starting goalies anymore. Like, when's the last time a starting goalie got traded at the deadline and Mike hopped into be that team started to take him on to the cop. I couldn't even think of one right now. I know that's a that's a good point. I think that he he also decided if he doesn't want to go anywhere. He may not ever wanna leave New York's, you know, maybe a lifelong ranger. So that's completely up to Charlotte to James Dolan, the owner of the Nixon the Rangers who when he when he wasn't busy kicking Charles Oakley out of the arena that time at the Knicks game saying recently that the Rangers are playoff team. Because of who their goalies Lundquist is unbelievable the guy sick. He hasn't slowed down. They are not playoff team. Just because you have lung croissant. What he's talking about. You have to have an entire team deep team to make the playoffs because you have a stud goalie that does not mean, you're playoff team. So foolishness right there. Yeah. Ranges, man. I'll take a look at the stands did nine points out of a playoff spot right now. They're gonna couple teams Adam, you know, you do wonder if they're gonna start selling off parts they did mention gonna kinda have kind of a controlled rebuild. But I don't know, man. I don't know if they'll have a trade hang I think. The highest the best time they could trade them probably a few years ago when his stock was the highest, but I don't see him going to another team at this point. You gotta think man, if they're going to be a lottery team two-three as I would want out, man. I mean playing for a team if you're in your mid to late thirties, and I do think a guy like him could get rejuvenated getting traded to another team having a whole new defense team. He could recapture some of that magic from six seven years ago. So I don't know what we'll keep an eye on it. But I would be surprised if he did if you did wanna get traded though, speaking of the metropolitan division. Barry trots returned to Washington DC for the first time after winning Stanley Cup there with the islanders. You got a win. They had a nice emotional video farm. He said he had high time keeping his emotions in check. You know, he's four years day comedy in a nice Stanley Cup win and do the the islands. I mean first place. I I don't know where foreign a roll they've won. I know a lot of their fans have been clamoring for us to talk about him. Well, here we go. Do it. How about was fucking island. This your. You're not allowed to mention the islanders on this podcast. Frankie Borelli told me that he would burn my house down. Actually, if I bring up the bring up the honors make to curse them like you did the Buffalo Sabres. Yeah. Just because of my past experiences from this year with savers do people from buffalo Hake. Grenell? E-e-e-e-no? Oh, yeah. He can't go to buffalo. No, no. By a loves me. Really? They shouldn't self-proclaimed RA, and they'd be just gas piping you for ruining their entire season with their wagon t shirts, obviously, they've done a good job of collectively getting done..

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"longo" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"longo" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Paula. And also, thank you, tonight's amazing house band Scottish fiddler Longo to now I understand you just found out that your doctor has retired. My doctors retired. I wanted to get straight to it. Because I know there's been bugging. It has got a letter in the mail last year after I broke a rib. I decided that maybe I needed a baseline like I didn't have a regular doctor usually just go to my vet which your vet. Yeah. Like when I take an animal to the vet. Okay. Skins and questions about you. Well, I don't tell them. It's about me. I pretend that it's an animal at home. I'm asking about giving an example what you might ask that. Okay. Like, for example, when I had broken my ribbon. I didn't realize I had a broken rib. It felt like my muscles were pulling away from my ribcage. Right. And so I said to the guy I said, you know, when my dog Ramon, it does pushups, she makes a moaning noise. Do you think it could be that her muscles are pulling away from her ribcage doesn't of full event because pushups pushups would be the giveaway there? He's he. No. He didn't think that was the problem. Okay. So you've got human doctors are point. Yeah. I did. I went to the trouble of, you know, the horse bills were just becoming too much. I was sick. And my dog's pain pills. That's true. This is the first time in my adult life that have had a regular doctor. I went out of my way to decide 'cause I thought there should be a baseline. So that if I get hit by a bus. They don't go. Oh, my God her hair, and they go like, no, it was always like that. Okay. Yeah. I think the hair would be the last thing that would be noted in your medical records. Even though you're here is kind of remarkable. Yeah. No. I think if I were to be hit by a bus. I think it would look at my hair, and you know, she was dying anyway. Yeah. Okay. So you needed a baseline health to enter yourself yourself, private dot. Yeah. And then and then she retired. How long took a couple of samples and she retired. Yeah. Maybe it was just too much of a challenge. Yeah. Yeah. I guess there was a lot to go over. I didn't have all that long. And I paid money to you know, they forget what that's called. But now, you you when I called up, and I said, I want to make an appointment somebody recommended they said, oh, she's not taking new patients unless you pay five hundred dollars. And then oh that gives you entree to the retiring. Doctor right. But the problem, of course, they didn't say she was going to retire. They must have known. How old was she? But this is less Angeles. If your doctor gets a part in a movie, you're yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So I think she, you know, I think she got like a walk on. Yeah..

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"longo" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"longo" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"Paula. And also, thank you, tonight's amazing house band Scottish fiddler Longo to now I understand you just found out that your doctor has retired. My doctors retired. I wanted to get straight to it. Because I know there's been bugging. It has got a letter in the mail last year after I broke a rib. I decided that maybe I needed a baseline like I didn't have a regular doctor usually just go to my vet which your vet. Yeah. Like when I take an animal to the vet. Okay. Skins and questions about you. Well, I don't tell them. It's about me. I pretend that it's an animal at home. I'm asking about giving an example what you might ask that. Okay. Like, for example, when I had broken my ribbon. I didn't realize I had a broken rib. It felt like my muscles were pulling away from my ribcage. Right. And so I said to the guy I said, you know, when my dog Ramon, it does pushups, she makes a moaning noise. Do you think it could be that her muscles are pulling away from her ribcage doesn't of full event because pushups pushups would be the giveaway there? He's he. No. He didn't think that was the problem. Okay. So you've got human doctors are point. Yeah. I did. I went to the trouble of, you know, the horse bills were just becoming too much. I was sick. And my dog's pain pills. That's true. This is the first time in my adult life that have had a regular doctor. I went out of my way to decide 'cause I thought there should be a baseline. So that if I get hit by a bus. They don't go. Oh, my God her hair, and they go like, no, it was always like that. Okay. Yeah. I think the hair would be the last thing that would be noted in your medical records. Even though you're here is kind of remarkable. Yeah. No. I think if I were to be hit by a bus. I think it would look at my hair, and you know, she was dying anyway. Yeah. Okay. So you needed a baseline health to enter yourself yourself, private dot. Yeah. And then and then she retired. How long took a couple of samples and she retired. Yeah. Maybe it was just too much of a challenge. Yeah. Yeah. I guess there was a lot to go over. I didn't have all that long. And I paid money to you know, they forget what that's called. But now, you you when I called up, and I said, I want to make an appointment somebody recommended they said, oh, she's not taking new patients unless you pay five hundred dollars. And then oh that gives you entree to the retiring. Doctor right. But the problem, of course, they didn't say she was going to retire. They must have known. How old was she? But this is less Angeles. If your doctor gets a part in a movie, you're yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So I think she, you know, I think she got like a walk on. Yeah..

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"longo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"longo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"He said, it's okay. That's funny. Steve. All right. Well, thanks for bringing that interesting piece of information, by the way, not solve. I almost started hate following someone on Instagram, and I really would encourage you not to do this. But I watched an episode of undercover boss over the holiday break. Oh, yeah. Used to watch that I watch it every week every Friday, and you know, the disguises on undercover boss are so. They are horrible. Give preschoolers Abaga say make this not look like your mom. It's just so so terrible. Anyways, Armando Montelongo if you remember that name it's because he was in one of the first of flipping shows about a decade ago on HGTV he and his wife were on the show at the time there since divorced, but he was on undercover boss in guys, do whatever you have to do to watch the episode of our Mondo monta Longo on undercover boss, it he will make your skin crawl. I promise. I mean every word that comes out of his mouth, he just cheesy. Now, he is the fifth assists of everything that I believe in. If you're a big into high character, people, not your guy, you want someone who values the appearance of being rich, and or being rich and flaunting it. Just such a d- we allow that some people have money and kind of play it cool. This dude is a Mondo. Do we? I mean, just a toll Shad Mondo Mondo monta Longo. I could see why his wife divorced him just to get out of that name. Well, then he described he has a girlfriend of which she described in the my girlfriend and she lives with me. I'm a month ago. Referring to himself Monday. Like at one point. He described suffragette doesn't like that. He said, I'm a multi multi multi millionaire. Congratulations are Mondo. Yeah. After the. Anyway, Armando month Lago don't follow him on Instagram. And but you should watch the show because it's really a good hate watch. Okay. All right. We'll do Steve when we come back on. Okay. We're gonna put some people in time out who are doing something based off of the movie that both of you watched on net flicks. They need to stop. We'll get to that. And more coming up next on mytalk one zero seven one. Celebrating.

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A Tale of a Tiger, a Jackal and a Farmer

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

10:02 min | 3 years ago

A Tale of a Tiger, a Jackal and a Farmer

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What does the UFC do with Conor McGregor?

MMA Junkie Radio

01:23 min | 3 years ago

What does the UFC do with Conor McGregor?

"When it gives that answer so i think that's an intriguing points seen that question in that that that answer taking a little bit out of context to try to paint a picture where the ufc stands at this point but no to be honest with you most of what i've talked to people just incredibly disappointed in conor mcgregor you know i mean just there's no other way to put him in it's an indefensible act what he did is ridiculous and it's sad i mean here's a guy that that we defended and we loved and his is amazing story you know coming from being a plumber's apprentice to to to a hundred million dollar payday with with floyd mayweather in the course of five years and it's amazing and then to to resort to this it's just shy i mean it was just shocking difficult to process and even still not sure i understand it all just suck what's your gut feeling john do you think he fights in two thousand eighteen hole that's the tough part does he fight twenty eighteen and who 'cause he's not going to jail no question about guy doesn't have a history of criminal acts he's not going to jail on top of that got a lot of money some fine attorneys it'll be working with them to help him get him to do i think he'll get some type of probation i mean i think he'll face some legal repercussion i think for beijing is part of it you know i think he's definitely got some lawsuits coming on the horizon that he's gonna have to deal with so i do think he's going to have some problems i do believe that one hundred percent he will fight in the ufc again.

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