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"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

Decoding Obesity

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

"Right but you do it a few times you realize that people actually do well so good feeling while it's been a fun. Discussion dot linguistic avenue putting pots. You're not really except they think if you're if people are interested in cd there's a lot of literature out there they can be safe. There's a handful of things you want to check some basic labs and by all means emphasize hydration hydration ration- because the key us alone can blunt some of the thirst mechanism as well too. So you know. I think that it has a lot to offer. And it's worth pursuing and if as a for providers it's worth knowing how to use it because it can be a really great intervention and ultimately the end of the day. We wanna do what's best for our patients and help them get where they wanna go absolutely get to help your weight. Well that's great listeners. I want to hear from you. I would appreciate if you could just spend a few minutes right a common lever or just say hi. Let me know how i'm doing and if there are any specific topics that you want to hear about and please remember to review this podcast. So that other people can also get exposed to this. And if you're finding this podcast valuable please do share it with others and this has been a very very fun episode. Thank you so much. Dr linguis- for joining me and i'll see you all next time. All right thank you so much just a lot of fun doing a great service for us. All thank you thank you you've been listening to the decoding obesity podcast. Please remember the information in this. Podcast should not be used in any legal capacity whatsoever. the thoughts and opinions expressed on this podcast are solely of the host and his guests and do not constitute medical advice. Views and opinions on this show do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of any organization. I'm not brings us to the end of the show..

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"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

Decoding Obesity

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

"It depends on the individual road weight loss in the range of ten to twenty pounds a month or i've had depending a large mansion guy came back in after a month. He lost thirty pounds. Like oh yeah and yet he would follow it perfectly. He was finances. I feel great all his labs. Were fine so really varies from person to person. Yeah fascinating and you know if they're going to be on a vnc. Any calendar section will cause a loss of the fat mass of course waterways and then there's also loss of the fat free mass. That's the muscle mass that gets lost. No matter what kind of a died you follow it. That's going to happen. Are you concerned about that at all on a cd because i mean we ought essentially maintaining the protein intake. So are you concerned about that. Not really in a way. You have to accept whatever you get right. But if we're replacing adequate protein so that those protein stores are being replaced as they turn over you. Getting plenty of essential amino acids. You're not causing any malnutrition there that's good. And then fatty acids you're replacing them adequately as well so if one point you just have to kind of accept what you're getting it's tempting to say. Oh you should start an aggressive way building program while you're doing. Voc that's just a terrible idea riot. Make one change adapt to that very dramatic intervention. Make no mistake about veal cds. A dramatic change but by getting adequate protein overtime. I always look for a ratio. If i could get people to lose two to three pounds of fat for every one pound of muscle or lean. Lean mass fat free mass. That's a pretty good ratio. Every so often somebody would come in. And they wouldn't lose fat free mass at all go great. Your physiology is perfect. Someone else might come in. They might lose you know might be more like a one to one one pound of lean mass per pound of fat. That's kind of unusual but it's definitely definitely expectable then going to lose two three four pounds of fat for everyone pounded the yet. I think that's very important. Because of via cd is not just a very low calorie diet has to be a structured program wherein you maintain the protein intake fat intake. Because those are your of the protein. At least you is your muscle building block. You need that to be there so you cannot be on a diet. That's low calorie and it's written carbohydrates..

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"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

Decoding Obesity

04:45 min | 10 months ago

"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

"I wanna be able to be active with my family. So it's nice to have a powerful tool that actually works. That's pretty cool. Yeah and i had this question. Because we know that calendar restriction does bring the resting metabolic rate down as well. So what about the city. Does that do that patients. Well you know. I i venture to say i'm sure it does. I can't think of a particular study in my mind. But every study that's looked at weight. Loss short a decrease in resting metabolic rate so it does and curiously that decrease in metabolic rate seems to be at least semi permanent if not permanent ice. I'm in the camp that thinks that there may be a little bit of a set point reset over a long period of time..

"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

Decoding Obesity

05:44 min | 10 months ago

"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

"Typically i think a multivitamin is a pretty good strategy. You're gonna be vitamin so. You can go on via cd for tremendously long period of time with good muscle preservation. A good cognition good function and not get into trouble. The big thing that people get into trouble with his just get bored to tears and they see everybody else eating social aspects. There's the memory that hey that you know. Those godiva chocolates really tastes good. You know and i would kill for fruit and it's funny because there are also studies showing that when your hungry. The food actually looks better. It tastes better inhibition. Goes down so more likely to actually go in and does in those foods so yeah i mean it might be difficult to sustain long-term unless you're like persistent kito says where your hunger suppress. Because of that he does an estate. But how would you put a patient on a cd died. Would it be just meter replacements. Because a lot of them do that because it really simplifies the whole process. He just put them on a miller placement. The patient doesn't think about it especially when it's used as reset analogy wherein you're just putting them on something fresh and then you're to start re introducing real food gradually so needed placement walk but have you use with whole foods that somebody doesn't want to go on replacements. Well yeah so. If i can back up just a little bit and talk briefly about labs if we don't get it and basically when i'm gonna start anybody on a vcd. I'm gonna make sure that. They have their cardiovascular. Status is intact. I'm going to check an ekg. Because i want to look and see if there's any potential for rhythm disturbances because if you diaries and p off a bunch of your potassium you can lead to heart irregularity. So it's important to have some supervision with this right so check the heart blood panel chemistry panel cbc. I like to check lipids because they change so much with a nutritional intervention if they haven't had an a one c in some time..

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"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

Decoding Obesity

04:09 min | 10 months ago

"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

"That's lost track there for a second so basically all cds are going to be qatada. Okay and so. That's what kind of the that as well. Well it does. And typically what you'll find people by the time they've been on for three or four days. Most of the side effects are passed. They start to have really a lot of a big decrease in hunger and into the sea. The same affects the kito flu. That sort of side effects local crimes and everything. Yeah it can be pretty much. The big thing is that you have to work on staying hydrated and you have to work on having some sodium in your diet because you can attend to diary salah salt out and maybe taking a little bit of over the counter. Low dose potassium maybe eight mill equivalent. Today for eight million quivalent is reasonable but most common side effects. You might get kind of fuzzy header. Fatigue feel kind of lightheaded. Maybe posture real getting lightheaded with changes in posture because of the fluid shifts typically by the time three or four days go by. That's gone people have pretty good under control because the ketosis effect both hunger and it's curious a lot of people then have a period of time to say. I feel great. I've got all this energy. So it's a little unpredictable on how people are going to respond but you need to coach him into hey replace. Them saul replaceable. A little potassium drink a lot of fluid. Yeah snake sure that you do get your meals on time. You need to be very careful about you. Know not going gung-ho and not eating at all getting very excited and going into legacy television more because it's funny there was I don't know if you if you're aware of the starvation. Studies done in minnesota where they basically tried to see how long and people goal with very limited amount of calories and it did have a long-term detrimental effects. I think this study lasted for about six months. So and then this all long-term effects in terms of how the human mind works and it was constantly food seeking and that it had some detrimental effects. Also that's right. Yeah that's right. they were truly starvation. Yeah and you know. Distinguish the video cd is not a starvation. Diet but was that work from the forties. The ad was around the on the time of the world war or something uglier because they wanted to see how would people be able to survive if there's not enough russian available. Yeah the reason why. I bring this point. Up is not because of the via cd but sometimes people can be overenthusiastic and try to go into that starvation phase which we do not want them to go into because that itself can have some detrimental effects. That's the reason why it should be monitored and should be undertaken under the keto a physician whose expedience a so what are the potential side effects although via cd forbiddens in your experience are the ones you mentioned it to go back just a second..

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"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

Decoding Obesity

04:13 min | 10 months ago

"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

"Want to avoid to avoid situations where people have really unstable diabetes or they've got other types of unstable z's may be severe renal disease probably wouldn't do it cancer diagnoses things like that but basically if someone's pretty healthy you can initiate of the lcd with supervision. But an along do you. Typically keep the wheels eighty on for so. It's important to realize that a veal cds an intervention. So it's something that you do for a certain period of time to get the results to not a sustainable long-term strategy but it's an intervention so some people some practices that i'm aware of their major tool is they start everybody on vcd and they graduate them to a low calorie diet or to a whole and then later to some type of a whole food diet may be plant based if they want to or a mediterranean diet as a follow up. His is a nice long term. Sort of metabolic -ly satisfying type of nutritional plan for people. But i think most practitioners use it in people who want who select to use it in and my own practice. I talk to people about kito. I talked about whole food plant. Based i talked to them about feel cd low calorie and once they understand they kind of select and that's been my experience. There are people who when. I show them the obstacle. I want that one and the cd. Because is the most rapid weight loss. It is the most aggressive strategy. And there's literature out there that suggests that people who lose weight. The fastest are the ones who have the best long term success right. I don't think that it has to do with anything. Miraculously about veal cd and rapid weight loss causing them to hold it off for longer. I think it has to do with the fact that they're committed. And they're gonna be adherent to this basic strategy so there is a strong selection process that people tend to self select and if they're motivated it's very effective most commonly people will use it to get answer your question as long as they want to..

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"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

Decoding Obesity

05:25 min | 10 months ago

"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

"Free and you get to hang out with others in the same boat. Okay i'm very excited to welcome back. Dr richard linguists to our show. He's one of the directors of the american board of obesity medicine. A trustee of the washington state of american society of metabolic and bariatric surgery. He s practice as a fulltime obesity. Specialist for fifteen years. And now has transitioned do consulting. Welcome back dock. Linquist how are you. I'm well good sir. How are you. I'm very well so let's talk very low calorie diet you know i've done these various episodes and each time. I mentioned that there's so much more to obesity than calories and here. We are talking about calories all over again. So what exactly is a very low calorie diet right. There is a point at which calories actually do matter you know so as well as composition but a very low calorie diet actually has a definition. It's defined as of about eight hundred calories and it doesn't vary that much for men and women say seven hundred eight hundred calories and that's in its most simple form nets it. It's very low salary. Which is in the seven eight hundred. Calorie range now distinguishes from a starvation. Diet which down around four hundred calories right. It's distinguished from a low calorie diet. Which for women is going to be around. Twelve hundred calories and ferment about sixteen or maybe eighteen hundred calorie. so it's in that particular niche eight hundred calories per day niche about. How did this come into being this very low calorie diet. How did this all come about. Well funny you should ask. Because i actually had to go. Look that up what we're gonna talk about my first acquaintance with was with work degeorge blackburn and his group did in the northeast united states but the first description of it goes back to nineteen twenty nine to a couple of folks in evanston strang that they publish their results. The diet but then it was really look at in more detail in the seventies by blackburn and and others in that group is really part of a way to make sure. Actually it came out of a protein sparing modified fast type of concept that it had to do with the nutrition of people in the hospital. And how could you feed them to make sure that they got at least the minimum of nutrition. So there's a lot of pieces of the puzzle that link-up currently most common usage is in a sort of typically tying limited way as a very aggressive intervention to lose weight. Yeah i was gonna ask you..

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"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

Decoding Obesity

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"low calorie" Discussed on Decoding Obesity

"I talking about calories. Well hold your horses. We are soon going to find out. But i i wanna talk about reviews my friend. Listen now i know. I keep requesting you guys to please write reviews on apple podcasts. And know this sounds repetitive. And i'm probably sounding just too annoying right now. It doesn't seem like a big deal at the outset. But you know as with anything on the internet reviews are very very important. This is one thing with podcast reviews. The motive used this podcast has the more easily other people can find it. It really does help with this podcast to get noticed by the people who can help for those of you who've already left me review. I'm very very grateful. And i'm very tank slow. Thank you so much. And thank you for being patient while i ask for more of us. This and there are so many of you. I know who are listening and for sure have not left me review. If you could just please be so kind as to do that. I would really really appreciate it. It really helps the podcast and it's easier than you might have taught. All our view is to fill out that apple podcasts review on your podcast app. If you would be so kind to do that it helps the podcast to be more easily. Found with an apple podcasts for the listeners. We all need this help right now. If you have an android device you're not going to be able to do this directly but fortunately there's a walker on if you even apple podcasts on your computer you can just search for decoding obesity and do your view right there. It's very very easy. I have set a goal for myself of getting at least a thousand reviews apple podcasts. In two thousand twenty one and requests. You my friend to help me reach their the more the better of course another exciting thing is the decoding obesity hang.

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"low calorie" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"low calorie" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Lose the weight, exactly low calorie. So you want a high percentage of that low calories to come from fat? And you want a very low percentage to come from carbohydrates, something like 10 to 20% from carbohydrate. Something like 60 to 70% from fat and then the rest from protein. Imagine 70% year die from fat, but it's only 1200 calories. Most of us are eating double that, in fact, just with the standard American diet, and here's the thing about that in the ketogenic diet, And this is nobody ever talks about this, George when you eat the wrong kinds of fats. That messes up your intestine, and that causes inflammatory effect at the level of the intestine. And we had this in Flint these of the inflammation at the level of the intestine, all kinds of work called Endo. Toxins, poisons from the intestine. As well as from foods enter into the circulatory system. And this phenomena off inflammatory, fast causing was called leaky Gut syndrome and Endo talks and getting into the blood is behind every single health. Chronic health challenge you could name All of them. So when you start to it, if you're gonna do the key to Jack die, Make sure your fats are coming from eggs from avocados from fatty fish. Not from more where we get most of our fast and certainly not margarine. Also, butter is a great fat for the intestine, the ketogenic diet, but just oh, some up here. Is a low calorie, high fat all very low carbohydrate and moderate protein diet is the perfect way to eat. I don't care what anybody says. It's the way human beings should eat. It puts the least amount of load on the body and by the way, the key tones that are generated Are especially important for the brain and for the heart. So this is an ideal way not just for people who want to lose weight and for take care of their blood sugar. But also this is an ideal way to eat for people who are car having a cardiovascular health issues, or God forbid a heart attack or or or some kind of bypass surgery and for Alzheimer stations or anybody's concerned about brain health. All right. We have another text and tweet. Tom. What do you have forbidden Jeannie from Texas Thyroid has been removed. Energy is so low. How can I get energy back through supplementation without damage food supplements. Make sure if you're on the healthy star pack. I mean the thyroid regulates the digestive system. So you're gonna have a problem Absorbing nutrients from food supplements are incredibly important. You're also gonna have a problem processing food so Making sure that you're eating on Lee Pristinely. The thyroid is so darn important. They take the thyroid out. If you have cancer of the thyroid, you need your thyroid take now. It's one thing, but they take the high road out now for something called grave's disease. If you heard of this, Yes, yes, your cyber just freaks out when your sirens freaked out. That's a sign of your chemistry is wrong. It's not a sign that a reason to take your thyroid out without a thyroid. You're like Joe Frazier in the in the ring fighting Mohammed Ali with one arm tied behind your back. And that's not gonna work. So you've got a really, really, really pay attention to supplementation. You gotta pay attention, The food you're eating, Make sure you're on the nightly essence, by the way, probiotics are especially important for hyper thyroid patients. Relax. Station strategies are always important, but they're extra important for somebody who's gonna have had their thyroid removed because without a thyroid, you're running on stress hormone energy. You have two kinds of energy in the body. You've got fire oId hormone energy, and you've got stress hormone energy and the trick If you're dealing with any kind of thyroid issue, or especially fragile Siro, taken out is Try to run as little as possible on quarters, all energy or at least to be very gentle. With the court assault. That means meditation. That means breathing. That means exercise. That means anything you could do to reduce stress, including psychological stress. Is going to be very important, especially while you're eating. You know, one of the true for everybody, but especially if you don't have a thyroid when we eat under stress, or we eat when we're driving. We don't know in a lunch meeting or even when we eat and don't pay attention to what we're eating toe how we're eating. This puts a major burden on the digestive system. Focusing on how we eat when or the environment that's around us. While we're eating is extremely important from nutrient absorption for digestive health, particularly for dealing with a thyroid issue or if if your deal with a digestive or intestinal issue when you were going to a pharmacy, a school did you ever think you'd be on a national radio show talking about this and health issues? I was a kid. I had a crystal radio and I used to play radio DJ and I've always been Asked. That's why I have a degree in broadcast journalism is I've always been radius, just such an amazing medium to me. These people listen, you know they're not distracted with seeing things and it's so interactive and it's interactive. I love the talk show. I always listen to talk shows. You know, I've been listening to you and And Art Alford Since since the beginning of time for both of us since the beginning of time. Seems like the thing ties I was I mean, in January, 3rd, I will be going into my 19th year. I remember when you used to get those for you know what I was thinking of that today. It's just remarkable. Susan and Rose Real California. Hi, Suze. Go ahead. All right. Are you guys okay? I'm calling for my mom are supposed to be here today. But she got another kidney stone attack. Jeez, maybe to almost 83. He has the ones that not as common. Not that calcium. Everyone. Here's the uric acid stones, and she gets all the symptoms of backache stomachache throwing up the little spike. Son of if you look at him on my microscope, they have spikes like those bulls on those Viking things. When she went to the doctor, she told her My dad's doctor there, um, urology doctor, he put her Did your cat scan and she already had passed since he didn't have any, so they didn't see it. I don't know if they didn't believe her, but her She's on Medicare. And they wouldn't give her any pain pills saying that she doesn't have enough pain. And she's been extremely my. My. That's terrible. How was your mom? Do you say 72? Almost? No, almost 83. Wait. 82 her mother had stones to. We don't know what kind of your dad had gout. It was about to say it all comes together to syndrome. You know, it's funny because I drink a lot of water dark. Ah, lot of water. That sound Yeah. Sturdy blood. You know, I have talked about dirty blood before it's sludgy blood when the blood becomes concentrated when it becomes a mom, uh, dehydrated, fluid eyes when there's toxicity in the blood. When there's sugar in the blood sugar is one of one of the all time great sources of sticky blood. When there's these particles that are entering into the bloodstream through the digestive system we just talked about the blood becomes concentrated and dense and things start to build up. It's kind of like if you've ever taken if you take a teaspoon of salt, and you put it in water, it goes in right we take another teaspoon It goes and take a 30 student chosen by the time he gets the fourth teaspoon, What's gonna happen is you're gonna start to see crystals coming out and it gets cloudy It gets cloudy. That's what happened. Black over the course of time, Its toxicity begins to enter into the blood, and that includes sugar, the blood becomes sticky. There's also fibers that start to form in the blood. There's puss, literally the same kind of thing that's in bus. Comes into.

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"low calorie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"low calorie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And in the normal range. And this is a healing plan that heals. The body heals the brain. And when we support that body on that healing journey, that's when that weight loss just tends to naturally start happening. On the other hand, when we go low calorie when we slash those calories drastically or we're eating a low fat plan in reality that is stressful to our bodies because it creates a low blood sugar state. And when your blood sugar is low, your energy is low and then your body and your brain is going to seek out anything that it possibly can to get that blood sugar up, which often leads to Overeating and that tends to be later on in the day or at night tend to be the biggest trouble times for my clients and that when that low blood sugar hits, your body will even output. More corgis are soaking your stress. Yeah, we're back to that vicious cycle were talking about earlier. So I want to jump into the second reason why it's so hard to lose weight. Because of Kovar 19. We are getting calls daily from listeners who are asking what vitamin should I take to support my immune system? We know there's so much more into building your immune system than just taking vitamin D three Vitamin C's think melatonin. It really all goes back to eating balanced males of real food to support getting many different vitamins and minerals for your immune system. Yes, we have to start always with that foundation of really food. Really. Food is going to give us that best source of vitamins, minerals, enzymes kind of in the right combinations that nature naturally, packages up for us. In addition, really, food is necessary to digest and metabolize your food. The God health. This is one of my favorite favorite topics in the whole world is to talk about got healthy..

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The Amazon Haul

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

06:40 min | 1 year ago

The Amazon Haul

"Okay, don't shoot the Messenger on this one. Has just come out with Turkey dinner candy corn. So it's slipped candy corn, the normal candy corn that we know. It's a mixed bag with six different flavors. So the flavors are Turkey Green Bean, stuffing cranberry, sauce, ginger, glazed carrots, and sweet potato pie. They've been spotted at walgreens and as weird as they sound try them. All right. Well, Brock's is like the candy my grandmother used to eat. So I'm used to that company they I think they're kind of like biting into a Jones Soda did with their remember they made those specialty they probably still do they make their thanksgiving. Soda. This sounds weird. I do WANNA try every single one of these flavors I know they're all going to be disgusting. Well, I would totally try them me too I. Think the cranberry sauce, the ginger glazed carrots, and the sweet potato pie could be Yummy Greens and stuffing green beans candy corn the wonder if they're going to be sweet, we'll have to we have to get our hands on a bag of maybe say something nice about them. They'll send them to. We Love Brock's and did that in the breaking rocks. If we If we have like a bunch of the green beans does that count as a vegetable? Absolutely, and carrots. Kinda like Jelly belly does this to with like they have like buttered popcorn they have some savory on flavors. So weird but a good novelty thing to bring to someone's house and try. E for effort. Okay. So it looks like Uber is getting into the grocery delivery service business. It's already started in a few cities and should be rolling out throughout the rest of the country in a few months and it's available through your Uber App sued us open up the APP and the groceries available. You can order groceries through Uber I. Love that because Insta- card has become my life and I, love grocery delivery more than anything and I will try Uber Uber User. So I've tried Uber eats and that's great. The more people that want to bring me groceries without having me leave the house. The better told her wonderful lift is gonNA. Follow. Suit. Probably. Probably I cannot wait honestly do you guys use the grocery delivery services exclusively? Yeah. Amazon fresh and INSTA- cart like three or four times a week. Amazing and I've been ordering for my mom too which is a whole other story that I will probably get into later. Okay. We should get I think I actually had this idea. I want to start sending certain things to my mom with her INSTA- card orders and having her review them on the podcast I. Think it would be funny. The best thing I've ever heard. MAZING. All right. We might do that flew choose. All right. We're about to jump in to these products that have been delivered. Some of them seem weird. There's only one product I think out of all of these products that actually or maybe two that I've heard of that look familiar and I've only tried one so I cannot wait this first product is something that is totally new to me. I've heard of p being me but this is pbs me powder chocolate hazelnut spread. So I was envisioning it to be a little bit like powdered new tele kind of right like a powdered peanut butter and you tell, yeah, it's. Exactly. It's like powder peanut butter, but it's powdered hazelnut instead and then it's yeah. Two tablespoons, fifty calories to grams of fat. So the stats are amazing. Four grams of protein. I. Don't know Jimmy, you probably know this mark. It's one smart point. Amazing. Okay. So I have mixed it up with some waterman about to try it. It looks like new Tele Ish. Okay. I'm not a hazelnut fan and I really like that It's nutty. It's I've tried like almond powdered almond butter and I did not like it at all. The Hazelnut is better I have to say, I made a second version and I added cocoa. Like amp up the chocolate flavor I was gonNA, say. Yours. Looks so dark. It's really good. I added like, did you add Dr Cocoa I added my. Gear Deli Coco, which I think is dark, but it's like majestic and then I added a little more sweetener to it because I really wanted to amp it up and it's great. I'm just going to sit here and eat the whole bowl. This looks like Mustang. The consistency of years now it's Yummy wally is sitting here like dying to I. Not Allowed. I like a lot. I'm GonNa put it on Yogurt. It's really good. It's like if you like hazelnut, this would be a great dip like you could even add chocolate little mini chocolate chips to it, and and like dip little cookies in it. I'm impressed with it. You could make a dip like we sometimes do with Like light whipped topping stirred into a tub. I think if you're a hazelnut fan, you will love this. Do you think it tastes like New Tyler? I don't have like a strong. Taste memory of new tele. I think because I'm not really a huge fan. I think you tell is really way more wretched. A A. Watered down version of new tele when you add the cocoa to it, yeah. No Pun intended with water down when you add the cocoa to it, it definitely helps and you only need a tiny bit of water. So just to remind people with this is it's like a powder and then you add a little water and you mix it up and it becomes the texture of. Peanut butter spread Gu I. Bet it would be good and smoothies to great. It would be great. Cool. The next item we have is also it's yet another nut butter powder but this is a more traditional peanut butter powder by La Canto and Jamie you know more than I do but Canto they make a lot of the they're like a monk fruit sweetener company that makes A ton of different sweetener options that are really good I think. Yeah and monk fruit. If anybody doesn't know it's like the new Stevia. It's like a natural zero calorie or low calorie sweetener and made by Tony, Shalhoub, character monk. Mike he had a safe. He just no, but it's okay. You can make all the peanut butter jokes you want my. You have a free pass you're allowed. So this is just do they usually make products. Are they mostly sweetener based the things that I'm familiar with are mostly sweetener based they might have some other. We'll have to look. Okay. So we'll look we'll look at that Lepanto. They're a trusted company I. Love the fact that this is like a pouch of powdered peanut butter. The stats are very good. It's like some powder peanut butter. The stats are a little higher I don't know why or how that would be because basically, they're just the same thing but fifty calories, two tablespoons and it has monk fruit. So it's not gonNA be unsweetened like some of the powder peanut butters right but no sugar added

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"low calorie" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"low calorie" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A lot of times on DSO. 1 65 to 1 15 2 rounds of the program, so that's a lot of weight there. It's 50 £50. So when she came in, and we looked at, we took a look at the at the blood work. We we gave herself that she needed a liver support. Sort of She need a mineral and vitamins, support and inflammation gone psoriasis gone new clothes check £50 check and the that's got some charity A plus all around the I think that the six degrees of separation and like removal from what our program is able to achieve for so many different people is really incredible, right? I mean, you're able to Set an example for I mean, listen, how many patients do we have that are all over the country. Write that see their relatives for the holidays and then call in and say how? Well how can I do this now? We had a guy who called in from the West Coast and hey, was like I'm gonna be in New York. You know, I need Teo come in because In the past, Like 3 to 4 months. All of my relatives on the East Coast apparently have done your program way. We had a guy that just came in, and he was here and his brother did the program. I went to Israel. He saw the brother in Israel came. He had a trip planned here came in here. We saw him and now he went back to Israel, and he's going to be doing it just sending his numbers. Take a look at his numbers, so that's gonna be that's gonna be a fantastic thing Also, And so that's what we normally see. When we see 25 to £35 Typically with women, we see 35 to 45 plus pounds with men and that's without any shots. Hormone surgery. You're not hungry because your body's burning toxic fat for fuel. We reroute what your body's using for fuel even though you're on a on a low calorie diet, your body still burning all that fat. No prepackaged foods. Everything you can eat, Get any store on DH, so it's really easy. Just goto NJ dot com. Right now It's usually $99..

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Incontinence Problems at Any Age

Dishing Up Nutrition

07:08 min | 1 year ago

Incontinence Problems at Any Age

"Welcomed addition of nutrition today's show is brought to you by a nutritional weight and wellness. My Name Is Kara Harper and I'm a licensed nutritious I also have a masters degree in holistic health, and I'm very excited to be here this morning with my co-host Melanie Beasley Melanie registered and licensed Dietitian. She's been practicing nutrition for three decades. I think in a variety of settings bono. Okay sorry. You would never know by looking at you mail, but. Both Mellon I. We've personally had our share of health challenges over the years. Some of you maybe have even heard some of our personal stories. If you've tuned in for many years, and if you also have health challenges, we understand we know what you're going through. We also understand the importance of eating real food to conquer those health challenges, so we want to welcome you and welcome all of our listeners to today's show and the topic of our show today is incontinence problems at any age, and isn't that interesting because he always thinking continents is just you know someone's getting older, but it really kinda fact. Yeah from bed-wetting that wedding from the time you're little you know up until end of life it can affect. People ran. It affects quality of life so I'm really excited that we're talking about this and putting things out on the table for people to think about good morning. Everyone, I bet some of you are thinking. What is my diet and nutrition have to do with incontinence or lack of bladder control? Control well, many of our clients have said to us I thought my problem was structural problem and only doctor could help me certainly not a Dietitian nutritionist I know by UCAR, but they fill out a lengthy wellness form to come in for us. Look at in. That's of the questions on there, so some of you may also be thinking the exact same thing, so it may be surprising to know that. A number of our clients ask us for help with incontinence, which is defined as involuntary loss of urine. But car you and I were talking about. It's more than just you know. Expand a little bit on what you were saying that you had listened to that matter. I was just listening to a doctor. She was a urologist and she was just discussing kind of the criteria for diagnosing incontinence. And you know it's the involuntary loss, but it's also the frequency that urgency you know I have to get to the. The bathroom right away. I can't wait also night. You know nighttime frequency is one of the diagnosis as well you know if people are getting up two or more times per eight, that would fall under incontinence as well. Yes, and it affects it affects sleep which we've talked about before. Definitely yeah, and because continents is such a very personal topic, it can also be rather embarrassing to a significant number of people. Many, people feel uncomfortable talking about it even to their doctor. And when we bring it up I, think they they're almost relieved to have someone to discuss that issue with For that reason, we wanna get into the topic. Get it up and out in the open as a dietician WHO's helped numerous people overcoming continents I, believe your food choices can work magic on the symptoms of incontinence, coronary artery and talk about the foods that are certainly considered bladder irritants. We will also talk about foods that helped strengthen and maintain certain key muscles that are necessary for bladder control. And incontinence it's a really common problem like we already mentioned for both men and for women, and in fact, twenty five million adults in our country suffer from incontinence, seventy five to eighty percent are women. That's probably not a surprise in reality in a one in four women over the age of eighteen will experience episodes of leaking urine, and and this is the statistic that Kinda got me. Is that half of women over sixty struggle with this, but again it can happen to under sixty as well absolutely. And Stress Urinary incontinence that that's just kind of a data separate diagnosis, but kind of a subcategory that usually shows up. You know after childbirth, and after menopause for women, and then some prostate cancer treatment can also trigger incontinence for men, yes, and getting men to talk about it in clinic. I find too, that they're. They're happy to bring it up, but you have to bring it up I because people just assume well, this is just who I am. I'm getting older. This is my portion. That I have to deal with now. Not knowing that could, there can be some help well. Have you noticed the number of TV ads for disposable incontinent products? Now? Yes, I have some people. Call them adult diapers. I don't like that I. Think it's In two thousand eighteen five billion dollars were spent on the purchase of incontinence products. The cost of these incontinence supplies can easily beat two hundred to three hundred per month. The National Association for Continents Reports that. The psychological cost of urinary incontinence can be depression. Isolation decreased self esteem and work related difficulties. Yeah I mean even the sleep piece to think about how lack of sleep. If you're getting up several times at night, you don't get that quality or length of sleep. That can affect mood that can affect work performance immune system, so it's you know it's a big issue. And why isn't continent so prevalent? Well one reason it could be from following a low fat, low calorie style of eating in addition to not eating enough protein, and often those will go together. And a lot of. We say women because I think a lot of women are. Wanting to lose weight and. They're working. They're trying to do this by going fat, free low calorie, and that automatically sort of cuts out a lot of protein in the Diet because if they're trying to avoid fat, you're. You're not getting a lot of protein so. Following a low fat, low protein diet has left some people with weak pelvic floor, muscles and thin fragile tissues in the urethra, so it's a lack of beneficial healthy fats, and then short changing the amount of protein that you're getting that could really have a direct influence on incontinence, and I always tell clients how important it is to eat. Sufficient amounts of beneficial healing fats I mean feel like we're always kind of trying to promote the healthy fats right now we are. We're trying to overcome decades of it is. It's fear fat forty to fifty

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Virginia man tested positive for coronavirus causing state government to prepare for scare

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Virginia man tested positive for coronavirus causing state government to prepare for scare

"Now Virginia is ordering more corona virus testing kits and is tracing the footsteps of two patients who became the first cases of the virus in Virginia an eighty year old man who lives in Fairfax city has tested positive for the corona virus after returning from a Nile river cruise Fairfax county health director Dr Gloria adult audience you we are taking public health actions and are working to monitor the patient and identify any close contacts who may have been exposed to Fairfax city man started to develop symptoms of a respiratory illness on February twenty eighth officials say after flu tests returned negative he was tested for the corona virus fortunately the individual had limited contact with others while ill and therefore the risk to the general Fairfax community remains low calorie bonk WTOP

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Ashley Shaw: Marketing Wizard and Founder of the Fitness Leader Institute

L2 Fitness & Business Podcast

09:12 min | 2 years ago

Ashley Shaw: Marketing Wizard and Founder of the Fitness Leader Institute

"For everybody who doesn't know who you are. Let's chat about that I. I know you're a marketing pro and you would like to help. People really overcome their overwhelm. When it comes to marketing is when I. I know you'll speak to this a lot better than I will. I don't you introduce yourself to everybody for sure. Well I think that this introduction can't go without saying a little bit about where I started so I was born into a gold's gym like my mom went into contractions in the parking lot so it was like a legit like you know. Health and fitness has been part of my life since the very day that I was born. And so that's really where my start with? Health and fitness came in. And you know. Skip ahead to university thought. You know I'm GonNa get a career and writing and I'm going to write books and all this sort of stuff and you know at the end of my university degree. I was like okay. Where do I even start? And I started working at a gym because I was like there's no other fleece that I can really wrap my hands around that I wanna be at right away so I just started you know as a personal trainer and you know as life sort of evolved into what I do. Now it's really like a marriage of those two things. I really loved to help. People in the fitness industry. Find Their truth. What is there like authentic core of who they are and to make the marketing side of it? Really easy and simplify it so it can be like the heartbeat of their business. I love how you described audits. I think like at the core of it. That's something that we all start out into fitness seeking but like speaking truth finding your truth binding. What's authentic to you? That's so hard to do at a tangible level riot. Which is why. I'm so excited to dig into this with you so like what does speaking your truth really she. When you say those words to your clients what you really mean. Well I always liken it to. Let's picture like each one of us. We look into a mere every single day and we see the cracks of you know the different failures are different things that we feel like really challenged us and we see all of that stuff and sometimes it's hard to get past that and you know see beyond that and I think what speaking your truth is is really being able to look at all the pieces of Your Life Story. Your sweet spot what you love to do what you're meant to be doing serving people on this earth and how you communicate that so. I think that's sometimes where people get stuck as they're like. I'm not really sure what I'm good at well. First of all like I really truly believe that everybody is a magical Unicorn like yeah. Wrinkling glitter dust everywhere. And sometimes they just don't know where that is and what it is and I think that's what speaking your truth is about figuring out what that is and then putting it out there for everyone that desperately needs you. I love that because honestly like sometimes what your truth is are the parts of you that you've been keeping hidden for so long because you're afraid of you know it not being perceived in the way that you want it to be or people judging you for it so do you come up against obstacles out a lot with the clients that you work with. Yeah. I think that there's this factor out there that people are sometimes afraid to show up when it comes to putting themselves out there like I hear it all the time from health and fitness coaches. That they don't WanNa do. Facebook lives or they. They don't know what to put out there for Instagram's stories and definitely that can be a wall. If you're so in your head about what do I need to? You know portrayed other people when really it's just a a dialogue of like what makes you authentically you and I always think of it sort of as analogy of snapchat. There are certain things that I have this group of my snapchat called sisters which is like S. E. S. T. E. R. S. Which is like just my sister so anything I said to them. I'm not sending. It necessarily like my brother and everyone like it's like catered audience shred like things that I would share with them like. They know me best now. I'm not saying go and like you know your private snapchat. It's like you're gonNA send anyone but as sort of like kind of look at it from that filter like when Pete like People WanNa see the human side of you that you know like the funny stuff the stuff you screw up with the things that have like helped you become who you are so it's sort of like thinking about it that way like what's the stuff that you find like super funny or like ridiculous during the day and how are you putting that they're right. I think as you're talking I'm thinking about all of my favorite accounts that I follow and it is. It's all of this stupid shit that makes me laugh and makes me go. Oh my God me too like been there. I totally resonate with that like that. Is What people crave. But we're so afraid to show those parts of ourselves. I think in the me get angry because there's so many people out there doing what we're doing especially as a health coach fitness coach. There's millions of US right. So yeah that's it and I think yeah and I think that that's where I see. Fitness coaches get really caught up in their head is that they're like you know like here's me doing a workout. Here's a picture of what I eat for lunch. Totally stop trying to be perfect like the person that is struggling with finding fun and working out and trying to lose weight like you know what they'd rather see they would rather see you doing some sort of and maybe it's a workout. Maybe it's not like you know how is it? You like trying to get in those like maybe it's like extra steps or like what are some hacks to make sure. You're like hitting your fickle and then I wanna see like skinny drinks like show me like what sort of drink combinations can I have that are low calorie like it just relates on this much more? I think It's just such a more personal touch to like knowing your ideal customer and what they're thinking about really where the dialogue has to start one hundred percent. I remember like some of my most popular posts. Were like me in bed on Sunday. Night Mallon down on five guys. Burger and fries. You know. That's the real human shit that people WANNA see from you. And then they know that it's safe to talk to you about what they struggle with tone absolutely right so like tying speaking your truth back into marketing. Marketing is one of those things that I think a lot of people cringe about when they think about shifting online are starting an online brand or or even an in person brand really like you need market right. But it's like this big word. That sounds really scary. How do you explain what marketing really is or how you teach it your clients in a way that takes overwhelm away? Yeah I think marketing is actually just putting yourself in more of the right people like your ideal customers. That's all it is because I think people get caught up in like what's Algorithm doing and this and that and to be honest I think that's all a little bit of bullshit like I had this experience where I spent like three thousand dollars. I hired this The issue is actually in Serbia and she was like. Oh Yeah. I'll help you grow your instagram. And all that so I was like cool like that's what I need to do to like. Make more sales make honestly nothing came from that investment and Yeah sure. I gained three thousand followers but I think the mistake that a lot of people in social selling make is there like oh if I get more followers it's gonNA equal more sales and that's just simply not the case you can have over ten thousand followers and it still not be driving sales and I think that when people think about trying to gain followers and this like hey girl hustle of like you know following people in in following people in all this crazy stuff. That's a rat race like stop doing that. And focus on. It's about who you are who you serve and what your messages. And now is your marketing dot as your heartbeat. Once you get that down pat then you can figure out okay people on facebook yes or no and you either decide to be there or you don't like you don't have to be everywhere because if you're everywhere like your message is going to be super scattered and it's not going to be impactful so it's really not only getting solid on your message but then choosing where my ideal customers actually at because not all of them might be on. Instagram. Maybe they're unlinked and maybe their facebook so there's just you know I think people get caught up in like what are the gestures doing and look at all her instagram followers. You know so. I think it's like trying to put blinders on and just focus on what you're there to

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Has Canada reached Peak Craft Beer?

The Big Story

10:25 min | 2 years ago

Has Canada reached Peak Craft Beer?

"Do you know how far away from you your nearest brewery is. I have no idea where you live of course but I'm willing to bet. The answer is a lot closer than it used to be. No matter where you live in Canada and this goes I. Small towns of like three hundred people in cities of more than three million there is a craft brewery around the corner over the past decade. The rise of craft beer has actually been one of Canada's biggest entrepreneurial success stories but how long can that really last as an example? There are four cool little India Breweries within walking distance from my house. And I love it but I would have to be stupid to expect them all still be thriving and five here. Wouldn't I I mean there has to be a limit to how much Canadians love their beer. Right Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the Big Story Stephanie. Marotta rights for Global Males Report on business. Hey Stephanie thanks for having me no problem. We're talking about one of my favorite topics. We had to do something. That's when I picked up the phone and said I'm calling you to talk about beer. Nolan's hung up on me amazing So start by putting into perspective. I guess because we're GonNa talk about this whole industry just how fast and big the rise of craft beer in Canada has been. It's been incredible. I think one of the reasons the story is resonating. So much with people is because no matter where you are in the country. It seems like there's a new craft brewery opening every month. Almost it's just skyrocketed so the number of breweries over the last five years has more than doubled so in two thousand fifteen. We had three hundred and eighty breweries across the country. That is now almost a thousand. It's crazy it's been astronomical and really that growth looks very different depending on where you are in the country so in Ontario British Columbia and Quebec. Those have the most mature. Craft Brew Industries at the moment and the between those three provinces they make up more than seventy five percent of all the craft breweries in the country but that growth has really caught up in other regions as well so last year. New Brunswick and Nova Scotia saw some of the fastest rates of newbury openings in the country but really Alberta led the charge on they saw sixty percent increase from seventy breweries. Two hundred and twelve breweries. Year-over-year year over here. So it's been an incredible amount of growth and when you have so many players coming into the market over just half a decade. The growth is just astounding. So how does that happen? A part of that a small part of it may be is the cool factor. No no that episode of high met your mother when Ted and Barney say that they want to open up a bar. It seems like a really fun place to be. But what's really interesting? Is that when you actually get to speak with these brewers? They have the most incredible stories. These are lawyers and engineers nurses and former Labor workers who are leaving their careers to come into this burgeoning industry and they're starting off by brewing in their garages before they scale to larger brick and mortar institutions. And they're starting off in these communities. That are really hungry for some economic development. So they're creating jobs and they're bringing money into the area. That's an attracted a ton of investment so from government investment arms like the BBC to private equity investors. A ton of money has been flowing into this because everyone wants a piece of this pie of on one end the success story of of creating jobs in an economy. That looks like what we're in right now and then on the other side have being able to say that Own a piece of a brewery. That's something really fun to say right. Answer the government gets into it then because these are popping up in neighborhoods that could use sources of jobs and economic development and so they will give them start up money essentially. Yeah through a couple of different methods. So we've seen a lot of investment from from governments into the sector so last year we saw the federal government and the government of Ontario Invest One Million Dollars Into Twenty craft breweries in Ontario. And that's in addition to a one point six million dollar investment from two thousand sixteen now while that sounds like small amounts in isolation. We're seeing a number of provincial governments across the country. Do exactly the same thing and further that we're seeing economic development arms like the BBC and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency investing in in Craft Breweries and providing them with start up loans. When you put all of that together with a national scope that's a ton of money going into opening new breweries and then on the flip side. We've seen a lot of private equity go into this as well so often times when breweries can no longer access government funding for whatever reason it seems like a pretty easy thing to go out and find an angel investor venture capitalist. Who who wants to throw a million dollars into into a berry so this growth is still happening this year as we're talking. Yeah so the growth is expected to continue to climb. I was chatting with the Canadian. Craft brewers association and they expect another two hundred craft breweries to open up this year alone. That's a twenty percent increase year over year compared to the thousand that we currently have so. It's it's just going to continue to rise but there's gotta be a tipping point right like how much beer can Canadians reasonably consume. And I mean that seems like a funny question but it's not like at some point we're going to saturate the market right. I don't doubt the Canadians can drink their fair share of beer. Sure at all But I've seen a number of industry watchers trying predict this tipping point. And this moment where we're going to hit peak craft beer and I've had a lot of conversations with Roy Moore is the people who fund And Brewery Associations and from what? I'm hearing across. The board is that we are at this tipping point so we're seeing a number of craft breweries closed. Get put up for sale or diversify away from craft beer altogether and a large part of that is because Canadians are drinking less beer really. We're seeing it in the numbers so fifteen years ago. Canadians drank so much beer. That beer sales made up for fifty percent of all alcohol sales in the country. Now it's at a point that's only nine percent and that gradual decline is quickening now. It's not all doom and gloom. Canadians are still drinking beer. Just in different ways so one bright spot is that comedians do seem to be drinking more craft beer even though beer sales are declining overall. So if we look at the L. C. B. O. Just to is late that as an example last year craft beer sales increased twenty seven percent year-over-year now that is slower than the forty percent increase in. They saw the year before in twenty teen while. They're still seeing a spike. It's beginning to slow down and despite that big surge in people buying craft beer. It's still only accounts for ten percent of total beer sales at the L. CBO. It certainly accounts for more than ten percent of the shelf space. It does luckily for grab brewers. It does a lot of liquor. Boards have been increasing. Their shelf. Space Craft Breweries little bits every year. Like Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation. They've increase their craft beer shelf space from twenty-seven percent last year to thirty two percent this year so we are seeing marginal increases and even at the L. C. B. O. I think is about eight years ago. They they listed thirty three different craft breweries and now that's increased to one hundred and eighty. The issue is that that falls far short from the three hundred breweries. That are in Ontario alone. There are one hundred twenty breweries that can't get listed and even if you are listed that doesn't mean that you're in every store across Ontario depending on how much beer you produce. You might only be able to get listed in two or three Elsie. B O's within a certain distance from your store so that speaks to something that I wanted to get out because you talk about. How startups for Craft Breweries are exploding? And everybody wants to get into it. And it's not that hard to get funding and get going. How difficult is it to sustain a craft brewery as as a business you know how many of these Newbury's actually break even Make money statistics. Canada says that only fifty percent of the small to medium size breweries in the country are profitable and from speaking. With brewers. It takes about five to seven years to start turning a profit now. We're at an point in candidates beer industry because craft beer really started to grow about five years ago. So we're just now hitting that point where craft brewers are starting to figure out whether they're able to make ends meet and what. I'm seeing a lot of something that I'm hearing. That crafters trying to do is they're trying to get in on different segments. That are growing faster than craft beer so at a point where consumers are moving away from beer and drinking more wine. They're drinking more spirits more ready to drink products. So I'm hearing. The brewers are getting into distilling. They're getting into some of. Those funds Seltzer products. That are more low calorie and speak to a healthier lifestyle. So you're starting to see little tweaks and you're also seeing some brewers start to realize that maybe they can't make this work after all this podcast will be right back after a really quick message. Can you guess the average dollar amount Canadian households have in savings according to the most recent data? It is just eight hundred and fifty two dollars now. The recommended rate of savings in Canada is ten percent and traditionally Canada's historical rate has been around seven point five percent last year though. It was one point seven. That doesn't sound like a lot because it isn't it can be hard to save today for people who are often carrying debt. It can be even harder in fact thirty nine percent of Canadians right now of all ages. Don't think they will ever save enough for retirement. So how do you save when there's not much there to start with? Well you need a plan and we'll be back after this episode to you how. Rbc's my advisor can help you get started even if you only have a little you can visit our BBC Dot Com slash advisor to find out more right now or enjoy the rest of this podcast and we'll be there at the end to tell you more.

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Make Valentine's Day Savory or Sweet With Sexy Edibles

Hungry In Nashville

04:04 min | 2 years ago

Make Valentine's Day Savory or Sweet With Sexy Edibles

"New things so take your seat with the rest of the class and let's get right to today's topic. I mean what says Valentine's Day more than a gift of edible panties. We'll lots of things but today we're going you talk about sexy edibles. Don't expect to hear about chocolate. Covered strawberries or drizzle of chocolate. We've all been there done. That bought the t shirt so today. We're were going under the sheets for a taste of love. David Sanderson Lee. Brady came up with the idea. In nineteen seventy five and named the product. Candy Andy Pants. I don't even want to know what their inspiration was. But if it was to make money it worked the product was manufactured in Chicago and in nineteen eighteen. Eighty nine people magazine named them as being one of the four hundred thirty four names and events that define pop culture clearly. It's one of the things that helped make America America. Great the invention inspired copycats and a host of other products such as edible handcuffs Broz. Anything else that helps you get your King Khan and speaking the of Kink you can go to Walmart website and order a twelve pack of heart-shaped edible pacify fires. Just like the one used to quiet a noisy infant. You can even get free delivery to the store while they're you could pick up a box of Pampers act whatever fantasy you want. I'm not here to judge. So what are these things. Things made of Gelatin. Mostly if you've ever had a fruit roll up then you have a good idea of the texture. These don't taste nearly as good with flavors like Cherry and passion improve. That should tell you a lot. They are sticky and can leave some serious Danes on those silk sheets you bought for the occasion. Plus there's no way to use the leftovers. Edibles aren't particularly difficult to make factors youtube video on how to do it and I'll put a link to it in the show notes if savory is how you roll than there there's lingerie made of meat jerky mostly but they can shoot have been invited to the party. They're sold under the names. Perky Jerky or climax Jerky if you try hi. This is probably a good idea to lock rover in another room. If you wish to make your own meat. Delegates there are instructions on Youtube on how to do that. I'll also put a link to that on the show notes. They could be great in the beat. Three Buffet Switching back to the candy. They're also edible bras the magazine. Gene G Q called these quote quite possibly the lease flattering boob accessory on earth. Unlike a normal bra this blue edible one has no chance supporting the weight of human breasts in quote nutritionally. These things are a little sugar bombs. There are no fats proteins or fiber in one pair of female panties. But you'll need to get through twenty five grams of carbohydrates twenty grams of sugar to satisfy your appetites if you're wondering how this might fit into your low calorie diet under FDA rules with exercise you can eat about one para day. Kinda give new meaning to a happy meal. Doesn't it if you feel a banquet is in order and you WanNa please everyone. There's an orgy of other edibles. That may interest you numerous items are infused with CBD. I worry worried that they'll make you to mellow to do the deed with honey vanilla powder in corn starch. You can make honey dust that can double as lipstick. Lastly we we come to edible condoms. Perhaps the ultimate condom sales pitch comes from royal which promotes a product described as chocolate flavored. Ultra thin Premium lubricated all natural high-quality nontoxic gluten-free. nitro swimming free Vegan. Organic Latex in response to a customer question company said that lubricants are made of Food Grade. injectable safe silicone. And they're paragons and glycerine free. They say the condoms can be used for any kind of sex and they are tested three times before they're

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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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Stop Dieting to Lose Weight

Dishing Up Nutrition

09:22 min | 2 years ago

Stop Dieting to Lose Weight

"Dieting to lose weight since the early nineteen fifties. We have just been inundated with this information information to eat. Low Fat Foods. Count calories eat low calorie and dieters are always told to kind of follow this approach and it's really lacking its first of all it's lacking in key nutrients and for a lot of people it can be like a starvation plan. So how did that workout not great because again more people are overweight and obese than ever before. So I'll introduce myself in. They my co-host. My name is Kara. Harper I'm a licensed nutritionist. I have a master's degree and holistic health and I'm also a certified nutrition specialist and really excited to be here today with my co host and weight loss. Expert Nell calls. Oh expert Bird now you who are the year the testimony to nutritional weight and wellness who lost ninety pounds eight years ago. You've been able to maintain that ninety pound weight loss us by eating real food. Yes and now as you know less than ten percent of people who lose weight keep the weight off. So you're the you're the Unicorn. Yeah we were just talking right UNICORNS. That's really what you've accomplished is amazing. And and you should be very very proud of yourself and maybe even you should be written up in a weight loss book I know you're a testimonial to our company. Absolutely maybe that's good enough now. I put my energy there so yeah I don't yeah. Thank you so much for that. That phenomenal intro Boost to my my ego this morning but I don't think being featured in a weight loss book is is necessary. I just want to you know for are you within the sound of my voice inspire you to give up dieting and eat real food several times a day to lose weight. That's a different message. Then you've probably heard this time of year no more starving yourself. It is a known fact that as we get older and I am getting older older our metabolism slows down more and more every year. I also know that eating protein several times a day boosts my metabolism for a few hours so I practice eating grass fed protein several times a day to keep that fire stoked to keep my metabolism fired up. Now I think our listeners would love to know what is and one of your biggest struggles maintaining the ninety pound weight loss. So I guess it's it's one thing and we'll get into a little bit later about the weight loss. Yeah but what is what is it like with the weight maintenance phase. Yeah we were just talking about this before or the show that the biggest struggle is not to get back into that. Dieting thought pattern which you would think after eight years of losing the weight and then keeping it off that I would have broken through that and I have but really that those. Those messages are very sticky for people because low calorie and and low fat eating slowdown. My metabolism and it's really challenging. I think this time of year to not see some of the ads coming out and you you know they're they're everywhere they're on facebook. They're on TV. That say you know we have the answer. Low Fat low calorie eating. But I want to tell you before I came to nutritional weight and wellness. I had many years of dieting and with each of those diets that are being advertised. Soul readily right. Now I did lose weight but I quickly gained that weight back and even more so I would get this quick hitting saying it was always twelve pounds for me so I would immediately start to feel better. Feel like my pants are getting better And it was within a few weeks or months that I would be heavier than before so I would get that quick hitting. Hey you know this is working and what was so cruel about what it is that it would come right back on as soon as I because what what they don't tell you is that you're losing water and you're losing muscle. Aw and be so frustrating when you have that you know first little bit of success and then it starts to stop and then and you start gaining and you start gaining more than before. So how did I gain that hundred ninety to one hundred pounds is because I would go on those diets and then I would gain you know twenty pounds More than before. So you do that. You know I say fifteen times and twenty seven my twenty five years of dieting. You know that extra twenty pounds ten twenty pounds at the end of each of those Yoyo. Diets is GONNA add up. Sure sure and and also we know just bio uh-huh chemically With all the training nutrition training that we've had that that really impairs metabolism kind of that the ups and downs the spikes and the losses awesome. Yeah right yes very very frustrating. Now how old were you when you first started dieting and then I mean you might have already answered this in your her in the last segment but did you lose any way like the very first time that you started dieting. Yeah and it was because I was twelve I could have done just about anything anything and and lost weight but that was the first year I went to weight watchers. I had to be I had to be Sponsored by somebody because I I was so young so my mom took me. I was desperate. I was coming into my eighth grade year and I was the Chubby kid so depressed and I did ED lose weight But I had a miserable summer and I actually just just recalled the story of being there used to be a kmart in Burnsville and we were my mom and I were walking into the Kmart and I had been you know really existing on Tuna with no Mayo just just plain tuna And Lettuce and really starving myself. I took it too far and I hated K.. Mart parking lot so talk about biochemical damage. I was really young long and I was. I was really taking that low calorie low fat message so dry tuna basically with dry lettuce And I was depriving myself. And then I that's where it began really so then you do that long enough and then you start to rebel. Your body starts to rebel and I gained all the way back. I started eating eating eating eating and really couldn't stop so for those reasons. I WANNA share with you. What I didn't know? Aw then which was the important biochemical fact that we teach in our nutrition for weight loss series which I am one of the teachers when you go on a low calorie salary low fat diet. It creates a stress response in your body. I mean think about that. I'm walking along and I drop over twelve thirteen the sad sad story and probably quite common still to this day. I would hope it wouldn't be but it's it's probably very common instill but really my body was telling me I don't have enough here to go on. Because of that stress response. The adrenal glands were releasing the hormone cortisol and that excess cortisol creates more insulin resistant. So that's what started all that insulin resistance in my body which which then you know initially lead to weight loss but then started showing up as belly. Fat so personally I don't want to create create that Cortisol response so now. I eat every two to three hours. And I'm not eating dry tuna on driverless. I know what I skip a meal or snack I gain weight because that court is all that when my blood sugars getting too low that cortisol response is going to help me to gain weight. Wait which is especially around the mid section eight that belly fat. Yeah and you would I think a lot of our longtime listeners have heard the term insulin salon resistance. Yeah we won't go into deep of a dive with that but insulin resistance just means that it's harder for your body to get the glucose into the cells out of the bloodstream and into the cells. So you're just more likely to gain weight to store fat. It's more difficult to lose weight. Yeah we have this great visual in one of the classes of your cells and there's locks padlocks all over the cells rights rate so if you think about it you're you're locking yourself cells. Those in nothing really gets in or out. That's you know making that happen. So essentially what was a lightbulb moment for me as when I was on these diets. It's my cells. Were locked up in that glucose that I was getting from my diet could not be used for energy. So he'll low energy. I felt you know fainting. Okay so he hit me of low energy right right

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Battle of The Brews Live from The Landmark In Glassboro

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

08:51 min | 2 years ago

Battle of The Brews Live from The Landmark In Glassboro

"The reason why we're here today is that we have a battle the bruise news and we've invited her kyle's invited us to be here and we also have the people from three threes eighty sand. Taco brewing company and ax narrow now and we're going to have a beer off. I guess what we're having more than one. I assume the battle of the beer's battle the beer so we're going to anybody. WHO's trying to beers out there. We're going to see which ones are favor one at two o'clock. I think we're GONNA it will cub cut the two o'clock. You know there's no hard times here not in fact. We're currently forty five minutes later than we thought we were wrong. Jersey time. It's a Sunday. What do you expect. It's a I think it's probably one of the last Sunday's before football so a before Labor Day yeah well. That's true. That's when you know Ostlund. Where most of us live we get our city back. We get our city back but that's okay doc kyle. This is a pretty interesting idea that you had here so tell me a little bit about marketing Americana and their affiliation with craft craft glass bro landmark been here forever. It's really went through a lot of changes since its inception but you know the crab craft beer scene really flew up probably ten years ago and I think that the concept here's all along with that we went from having hope nope twelve fear of domestic threats twenty total realize that there's a huge demand here and we expanded that to be forty draft beers and to have a strong focus towards the area what South Jersey Breweries Tristate Breweries Philadelphia's obviously twenty five minutes away feels local to me. US Asfaw lived there as well so very local but that's really been our been a big part of that. We are going to be a beer. I lace harmonies float around beard. You know we want you to have some beers control the food you know spirits. They have a place here as well but you know I think that the heart of what our concept is is it is about the beer. It's nice to see because one of the things that's happened in the craft beer landscape is that you guys were early adopters this obviously this is. How many years is this for the festival. This is the seventh year so there was kind of a whole here for a long time with people that would have craft beer and I guess with the Robo Abo- innovation that's happened here. There's been influx but you guys one of the early adopters and do a great job with it. I noticed that you have a good representation from all over the state in Philly here which is nice and you know they do have they do have some big name beards that you know that need to have which were not averse to. We are Bir see not script but it's nice to see somebody as big as you guys. It has such a force here in Gloucester County and surrounding area really adopt the craft and kyle. You have a great list of local beers share. A great tap list of WHO actually decides on which Beers on tap is that you have a committee. I'm not that involved in the beer selection here to give a lot of the credits Nikki Nado who is here today he was the one running around getting all this stuff organized for us he does most the selections dealing with the Reps and the local guys play into his taste buds so a lot of credit on that Mitzi great job nick so when you guys are when you start to craft beer one of the things that is a not an issue but is your servers and I know that I've been here a bunch of times your servers actually know how to describe era so as the director of operations that something you guys put in the plan for your for your locations Yep. It's executed properly. All of our staff has to go through a relatively relatively rigorous training all what we offer terms of not just food spirits opinion beer and being able to actually describe the different styles is pretty very important and being able to lead people in the right direction a lot of a lot of novice beer drinkers are looking for certain flavor and you have to be able to know the list we talk yeah. We talk about this all the time so key tell me what tastes like coors light and then direct them to the Water Fountain then but there is. There's something here for everybody. Craft Beers expanded to such a point nine Clark. Even we have an article coming up or would have been out already on non alcohol beer is that are really making a big splash thing. It's against my religion the not Alcohol Beers but what's Nice is I think the breweries all making something that can get the entry level here drinking and looking your tap. Lets you do have those as well for sure. I as I've gotten older. I've appreciated that Craft Beers evolved with my tastes now. I feel like he used to be. How crazy can we make the sphere top going to beat a drink Takao happy. Can we make it. I think a lot of that now is more. What can we make that people are going to drink a lot of lottery. You know six seven beers used. BP had six arrogant bastard. You wouldn't taste for weeks now now. There's there's enough craft beer out there that they're they're making products. That are fun to try. You can have a much of different things and enjoy your enjoy summer day Zoya Winter Day whatever it is and I appreciate that they're they're bringing it down a little bit but keeping the flavor there that's true I mean I like to see a lot of five five and a half's to have a lot of flavor that you can have five or six out and still mo the lawn in a straight line. It's not going to ruin your day. Hey No long sessional. Beers is the big the big new thing we're seeing a lot of cultures a lot of fully flavored. Ip as that are coming coming up forty five percent founders kind of broke the mold on that with all day. I Ta Nea Ri Billick Seven Breweries just off of that brand we see dogfish coming out with the same thing and all all the major brewers following in suit so just natural evolution. I guess to see ready was trying to make some stuff in fact one of our friends at Tom. Foley just has a low calorie one hundred Ed coury. Ida says that he just came out with and so as the market has evolved. There's not just ten breweries. You have to be able to to bring some frog consumers so I'll glassware beer festival. That's one of the reasons that we here as well so tell us a little bit about what's going on with this year. I know that you have a big qasis on Jersey beer yet this year. I think we're we're getting close to half of the total participants being from Jersey. I think a great weekend when you can do it is to go to a town. Check out the breweries that are there. They'll give you a backbone for your trip. Yes really give you can capture that into the the festival where you're like. Why a never gets a you know all these different places from your down to the tip of Cape May up to the up to the North Jersey side the validation kind of give a good representation while those monthly's emphasis sample what they have to offer. I think that's that's good. That's experienced driving towards is trying to grade their like that impossible. We'll road trip in a day yet and done a good job this year. You have a forty five plus breweries. I believe this year. They're coming last minute adults less well. That's that's the nature of the business and the Nice thing guys do too is it's a great area but tickets really reasonable so you had the VIP package that runs from twelve to five that gives you early initiative. That's one of fifty bucks. I mean that is that is a great price. Fifty dollars for a pours two was too. We're doing according to the ABC and that report is exactly two ounce. You have no more and you're you're able to come in an hour earlier to beat the crowds a little bit. I mean that's a great great. Price for forty bucks even income from one to five last four forty five and still be able to sample a bunch of beers. VIP ticket though that's the one absolutely that's a great deal and a lot of people not take my advice but I always say that he should probably start with the food exactly and they may not with a couple beers. You get the food because 'cause you whenever knows wants to eat. There's GonNa be lines there and get the food. Go the way of good base you know cruise the rest of the day. It's all about the base rallied the beating up Tom Claver Day of an article about eight things to do when you're preparing for a beer festival and that was one of them in that was definitely one of them and there's a bunch more. You can get that on the site. Sap or seen dot com but I feel like the people that come in here that power drink for the first twenty minutes to thirty minutes running around. I think they're day gets shorter. Oh yes I think they're ruining the ruined. All the other beers ability. My mind wasted what he just says a Patriot beer festivals right down the ones you want to try after about ten of Milstar taste better yeah especially with all these people are bringing these gigantic cop toward Beers speaking of yours. WE WANNA try coming up to the stage roses Caraba Callahan of Taco brewing company. Everybody here knows him fund bobby and he brought a some beers here today.

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"low calorie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"low calorie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Blind for the public's help with identifying the suspect they tried to steal a total full of liquid detergent police say the suspect in the photos shown in this article that I can't show you enter the home depot on August thirteenth and loaded up a blue pass plastic tote with liquid detergent while riding a store scooter. did you see the Peyton manning commercial last night with Heidi. about Sunday night. it's not. three night because something that belongs to the NFL but it was funny Massachusetts man caught texting and driving and five pounds of wheat hallucinogenic mushrooms in his car. choose van facing charges in Connecticut after thirty say he was caught with five pounds of marijuana and other drugs in his vehicle. I'm not gonna tell these criminals how to do their job but if you've got five pounds of weed and others worldwide Jackson. going the speed limit. tax thing I would think you know it's ten in China I'm with you I've always wondered why the ones with the most to be caught for in their vehicle or the most reckless when their cat that is crazy isn't for you why call shortages have millennials in a panic I heard about this yeah. still long last night stores can't keep the ended you have a a fruity beverages well gap stores can't keep the bubbly low calorie booze on the shelf to the sky high demand. according to business insider and millennials and Gen X. drinkers are in a panic by the way it was my last white clock to there's a score a shortage in the Silverman house all to go.

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First Soy, Then Almond: Now Bananas are Upending the Milk Market

Business Wars Daily

04:20 min | 2 years ago

First Soy, Then Almond: Now Bananas are Upending the Milk Market

"<music> ah from wondering i'm david brown and this is business words daily on this thursday august twenty second great to have you with this first companies were milking soybeans then almonds cashews oats and even peas will now they've gone bananas. That's right eight a startup. His introduced what it's calling banana milk lactose intolerant banker named jeff richards started experimenting with more palatable versions of alternative milk back in twenty twenty twelve. Everyone likes bananas he figured and so that was the fruit he chose. He worked with food scientists to make the beverage taste better than just watered down banana puree array adding organic sunflower seed butter cinnamon and sea salt finally happy with the flavor he launched the company called moala. <hes> in two thousand sixteen richards began with placements in fifteen stores in central texas. The beverage comes inappropriately friendly. Looking containers bananas are friendly food after all squeezed onto shelves next to carton after carton of alternative and regular. Milk's wouldn't be easy to grow this company as yahoo finance. Wrote richards is bringing being bananas to a dairy. I'll knife fight not to mention a legislative as we've reported here. Previously several states are trying to outlaw the use of the word milk for any beverage that doesn't come from a cow or maybe a goat while most haven't succeeded yet as the dairy industry continues to decline desperation desparation among dairy suppliers grows so you can count on that fight to continue as these kinds of entrepreneurial origin stories tend to go ho foods notice that organic gluten free low calorie banana milkin tried it out that of course led to other mainstream grocers paying attention today. It's in about out two thousand whole foods safeway wegmans kroger and costco stores across the country richard says the company will add another one thousand stores by the end of the year not to be outdone by competitors offering other kinds of alternative milks moala also sells almond and oat milk but banana milk richard claims is the company's company's best seller sales grew nine hundred percent year over year. Fast company tells us as the fastest of any alternative milk but wait a minute. You need to keep keep in mind. That kind of growth is easier to achieve when you're starting from a tiny base right that's true even with banana milks relatively high price. It's five dollars to six dollars for for forty eight ounces or about a third of a gallon so what's mola's story mean well. Two things one is that an entrepreneur recognized that for many consumers alternative milks have a taste problem and he said to find out well an alternative to the alternatives. The other is far for more serious for the dairy business. Banana milk is just one more jab to hurting dairy suppliers dean foods owner of land-o-lakes and white milk brand dairy. A pure among others appears to be in freefall. It stock dropped more than thirty five percent last week. After it reported a quarterly loss that company a leader in the dairy business business blamed its loss on retailers discounting private label milk in order to boost sales dairy sales as a whole of declined three percent year over year her while plant based milks have gone in the other direction. They're growing at a robust six percent. A year and shoppers are willing to pay almost twice as much for alternative milks. It's easy to smile at bananas america's favorite fruit but the rise of alternative milks. Whatever we wind up calling them could also caused some far more gloomy consequences for america's dairy farmers. We'll keep you posted from wondering this business wars daily you like our show shared on twitter those one hundred forty characters sure would would make us happy. I'm david brown we'll see.

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Why We Order Junk Food When Our Friends Do

Curiosity Daily

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Why We Order Junk Food When Our Friends Do

"To research, you're more likely to order on healthy food. If your friend does I and the reason might surprise you. It's not because gluttonous or lazy or even that you're looking for your friends approval. Instead, researchers found that empathy was the primary motivator. And that's why today we're starting with the story on the term. They came up with for this ultra wis tick indulgence, are you altruistic indulgent? Ashley, oh boy. I try not to be. But yeah. For the study last year published at sold National University. Researchers looked at patterns in drink orders from a large coffee shop at a university in Korea. They did this by looking at six hundred forty nine receipts, and they found that when a customer ordered a high-calorie item. There a companion followed suit. A whopping eighty percent of the time. So you're an eighty percent Ashley research called this the indulgence companion complex when customers ordered low calorie items their companions only ordering kind sixty percent of the time. So not statistically significant the next step in. This study was for researchers to figure out why was this happening? So they gave a hundred seventy four American women in online quiz about what they would do in handful of eating situations. They found the same result as their first study where participants were more likely to order something indulgence or unhealthy after their friend did it, but this time they also asked why they ordered the unhealthy food. When researchers crunched the number. They found that the biggest meal choice motivator was the desire to make their friend feel better about her choice. In other words, this said that they chose to eat the way they did. So their friend wouldn't feel bad for ordering something unhealthy. So the next time you make an unhealthy choice after your friend. Does just remind yourself that is all about altruism and not the alluring smell of that double bacon. Super cheesy chili burger good thing. I satisfied thing about this study is the same thing doesn't happen with healthy food. You have about the same chance of ordering something unhealthy. If your friend orders something healthy. But here's the takeaway. If you're worried you're out with your friend, and you know, they're gonna order something unhealthy. Maybe you order first. And then that way you won't be motivated by this altruistic indulgence to order something unhealthy as

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Associations of fats and carbohydrate intake with cardiovascular disease

Health For Life

05:57 min | 3 years ago

Associations of fats and carbohydrate intake with cardiovascular disease

"Everybody we see get on the scale that has at least thirty to forty pounds to lose is substantially dehydrated. We see it every day hydration is what feeds your cells. The body. Composition analysis also determines what your visceral fat radius. So that's dangerous fat guys. We get these big bellies. Don't we that's where we hold our fat? Ladies you may have fat all over the body. But we're seeing a lot of high visceral fat rating women as well. And these are all the cardiovascular risks that will coincide with high visceral fat, so cholesterol, triglycerides, blood pressure, diabetes, heart attacks, stroke. We get a lot of clients that have already had strokes that have already had heart attacks. This isn't the direction that I'm sure you wanna go down. But everybody thinks it's not going to happen to me. Oh, no. It's not gonna happen. To me. We see a lot of people in denial. We see a lot of people that simply keep putting off and a lot of the signs and symptoms are there. How many of you don't sleep? Well, you might have poor breathing problems. Weasing lung issue COPD. These are all warning signs that something bad is hap-. Opening in your body and everybody comes in at a different level. Some people have much more damage to their bodies. Some people don't have a lot of damage to their bodies. But I'll tell you one thing that I see on a regular basis. It starts with what you're putting in your mouth and what you're eating the quality of food. This is essential. Number two is how dehydrated you've become which leads to damage to the body and to every cell in your body. I have clients that have come in that have neglected their bodies their whole entire lives. And that's how we can have such a huge impact on you. Because we focus on all of the causes of what's causing a slow metabolism. But it always starts with the quality of food. We focused even on calories to put you in fat burning. We do things like intermittent fasting. So what we have to focus on is getting water in your cells getting nutrients in yourself. Feeding your cells giving the. Sells what they need to function. Because if your cells are damaged your metabolism gets damaged this is important. So if you're stressed out will eventually you've gotta start focusing on yourself. Don't let yourself get too far down the wrong road sign up for the body composition analysis. Find out what your percent body fat is find out what your percent body hydration is really important. What your metabolic age is how slow your metabolism has become what is your visceral fat rating? That's the concentrated fat around your heart and your organs, that's all your heart attack stroke, diabetes and cardiovascular risk if you don't feel good listen to your body. I have seen over and over again people that are not listening to their body. How do you feel? How is your energy? How many aches and pains? Do you have all over your body? Is it hit pain? Do you need hip surgery? I've got a client that avoided hip surgery. She had a hip reply. Placement. And they wanted to do the other hip and replace it. But she got rid of the inflammation through my program. And now, she doesn't need the hip surgery, kind of cool, and I'll tell you what she really understands the types of foods that we had her on during the program that caused her to lose that body fat. Do you think that she's gonna wanna stay on the good quality food? Absolutely. When we teach you how to hydrate and we balance out the minerals in the water, it's powerful and detoxifying your body. So get these talking's out of your body. Get the inflammation to go down, and it can actually change your life. I promise you. Call us at eight five five six fat loss. Eight five five six fat loss or go to our website health for life, Sacramento dot com. Health for life, Sacramento dot com with number four when you come into the office. It's super easy process. You fill out some paperwork. We ask you a series of questions, maybe health conditions that you might have what medications you're on. Because all of those things matter they really do. And that's. Is how we can personalize this program specific to you. There are so many diets out there to choose from. I totally understand their diets out there that maybe don't even cost very much money. And I think the whole diet industry has focused on poor quality food, which really has done a disservice to dieting, and that's why dieting doesn't work we have so many people I mean person after person after person that walks in that has yoyo that is lost and gained lost and gained lost in gain. And that's not good for your body. And it's not good for your metabolism. So we think hunter gatherer hunter gatherer. That's who we are. We get up in the morning. We don't wake up to a refrigerator. We don't wake up to a freezer, and we don't wake up to a restaurant. We actually start moving in the morning. And some of the latest research says go a little bit longer without eating each your normal calorie count because some clients have lowered their calorie count too low and the they've gotten used to that low calorie count and that reset your. Metabolism in that can actually damage your metabolism. And then the brain starts to think that all you need is twelve hundred calories or thirteen or fourteen hundred calories. But you're not feeding your metabolism. So you can be doing a disservice to your body and your metabolism by thinking to yourself. I gotta get my calorie count low. But then once your metabolism and your brain resets to a lower calorie count, then you can actually live on that calorie count. And your brain says, okay, I'm going to slow the metabolism down. I'm gonna start slowing down. So that I can live on that many calories. And so we have to upset that brain mechanism and get you back on track. And so we want you to get a good healthy calorie count. 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Drinking two or more diet beverages a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks

Dr. Daliah

05:04 min | 3 years ago

Drinking two or more diet beverages a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks

"Show I die coke yesterday. And the reason why I had a diet coke because because I didn't want the calories Coca Cola, and I love Coca Cola. I like I could take like Coca Cola any day. I liked the songs of Coca Cola. I like the commercials of Coca Cola RC is good Pepsi's. Good. And some of the other colas don't give me a Shasta. Tell us a soda don't give me don't give me any of that. I like Coca Cola the best. But I don't want the sugar. So I will just to get a little bit of a taste of non water, drink a diet coke. But if they say two cans of sugar, free, diet drinks a day. It's going to increase your chance of heart attack or stroke by a third now, they looked at eighty thousand winning. So now, we're talking to win because, you know, people like well men always get heart attacks, you know, first of all, no men, don't always get heart attacks. Number two women are just at risk rally risk. And they say major study of eighty thousand women is one of the first times the risk of specific types of stroke in older women who drink diet drinks has been steady. I don't know if I'm considered older. Over fifty. Okay. Okay. I'm getting there though. I'm getting there in a hot second. Women who drank the fizzy drink are thirty one percent more likely to have a stroke caused by get this a blood clot because people go away. You're talking stroke, but what kind of stroke? You're talking about a schemic strokes or a hemorragic stroke. Where you bleed have a bleed to the brain. Caffeine in a drink could possibly do that. But they're actually talking which is what scares the hell out of me. Schemic strokes caused by blood clots. They say twenty nine percent more likely to develop heart disease. Sixteen percent more likely to die than women who rarely drink that why the hell is it affecting the heart and affecting the brain to that degree? So obviously, there's a similar mechanism at play with these diet drinks putting the war risk for clots. Now could be because of the insulin. The insulin induction from the very very highly. Sweet artificial sweetener artificial sweeteners are hundreds of times where Sweden real sugar. So I told you what ends up happening. This is why people gain weight on these streets. But what ends up happening is you start beating drink sweet and your brain notices because of your tongue, right? Your tongue has receptors that can tell the brain of something sweets coming or something salty coming. And so then the brain starts getting the body ready. So when something very very sweet like an artificial sweetener is coming down the pike. Your body gets ready and your pancreas gets a signal to start shooting out of insulin. This is why we get hypoglycemic with diet drinks because you end up taking a drink. There's really nothing to add there's no real nutritional value. And then you have all this insulin right going. Well, where's the sugar? And then whenever sugared finds it tries to move towards the cells. And then you end up not really feeding yourself. And so then the bodies like, whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Hold the phone. Okay. This Dalia chick is kinda stupid the leg. I know man. I told you Bob. Well, I, you know, I tried to give her the benefit of the doubt. So she drinks fake food. So she's gonna drink fake food. We need to slow down metabolism because she's not feeding us and we. Need to store up because I don't think she knows what's real food at what is I told you she's dove. So anyway, my body has this conversation all the time. And here, I am, you know, thinking, oh, you know, I'm going to let you know. Pretty like, what was it? It was it like Cindy Crawford us to do those diet drinks right back in the eighties or whatever. So I'm Christi Brinkley's. I'm like I'm going to look like that. When I'm in my forties. I'm drinking diet soda, and it doesn't work. But again, why would it make you clot? Well, it could be maybe the insulin. Or maybe it's just there's so many caustic things in these bubbly fizzy drinks that could be the unfortunately put you at risk now. Doctor Yasmin Mosa VAR Romani lead author of the study by the American Heart Association, American Stroke Association, said many, well, meaning people especially those who are overweight or obese drink low calorie sweetened drinks calories in their diet. They say our research, another observational. Studies

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"low calorie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"low calorie" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Now, this low calorie snack provides your pup with potassium phosphorus magnesium and calcium but just a word of caution. Be sure to keep an eye on your dog when sharing your popcorn you don't want him to accidentally choke on a Colonel now, what would be a picnic without a big fruit salad. What fruit should you add to your shopping list? We know that blueberries are healthy. And I haven't met a dog yet who doesn't like blueberries, strawberries and raspberries are other berries to add to your fruit salad as well. Now, some melons are safer dogs, and that would include watermelon cantaloupe and honeydew those are all healthy options as far. Mellon's go you can just toss all of the dogs safe routes together and go ahead and share this refreshing snack. Okay. What about the most important part of a picnic? What is the most important part of a picnic? You may ask why that would be desert. Of course, we all know that you're pup can't share your chocolate fudge pops with you, but you can make him or her some tasty doggy ice cream to pack in your cooler. I've shared some doggy ice cream recipes during earlier episodes, but a really easy one. You can try today consists of just two ingredients. That's it all you will need thirty two ounces of plain non fat yogurt, and I like to use Greek yogurt because it contains more protein and less sugar. You'll also need one Cup strawberries with the greens removed washed and dried now, just add your yogurt and strawberries to the blender and blend until Smith poor the yogurt mixture into ice cube trays or small. Freezer safe containers. And if you decide to use individual, freezer safe containers, you can pack them easily in your cooler with ice or cold packs to keep them frozen throughout the day. Okay. Let's recap our shopping list. And just remember I will also post this list on our Facebook page, so you can print it out and take it with you to the store. A remember you want to grab some lean meats for your sandwich. That would be like Turkey or chicken, grab some sweet potatoes fresh or frozen green beans carrots squash for grilling popcorn to air. Pop. Not the buttery microwaveable stuff that we all love. And then all of the fruits that we mentioned blueberries, strawberries, raspberries and safe Mellon like watermelon cantaloupe or honeydew. Also, don't forget to pick up some all natural peanut butter. If you don't have any peanut butter can be used to spread on your veggies. And then for the donkey ice cream to pack in your cooler, you'll need the play. Lane non fat yogurt or plain Greek yogurt in some of those strawberries, you already have on your list. All right. We are going to take a quick break and be right back with some fun summer activities to do with.

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For Bud Light, A War Between Taste and Calories

Business Wars Daily

04:43 min | 3 years ago

For Bud Light, A War Between Taste and Calories

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Friday February first happy Super Bowl weekend. Everyone the Super Bowl is of course, a celebration of spiking smashing and snacking. But this Sunday as you Nahshon, nachos and toast. Your team Anheuser Busch hopes you'll take a moment to consider the calories in your beer. Yes. You heard that? Right. The makers of Bud Light are voluntarily adding nutrition labels to their brews in an effort to flaunt the one advantage. They think they have over craft beers low calories and the label will show off something else. The company's proud of a short list of what it claims her high quality ingredients for far too long people have been less to wonder what ingredients are in their view as your leader. That handsome leader. I put an ingredients label on every case of Bud Light this way. The people will be sure that the kingdom's favorite light lager is brewed with the finest ingredients. It was really great. Did you get that supposed to be writing that? Now, it wasn't until twenty sixteen that brewers began putting ingredient labels on beer, and even then the voluntary lists weren't comprehensive. Now. Anheuser Busch is posting a more thorough label on Bud Light more like the USDA required. Labels on packaged foods in hopes that you'll trade in say a bottle of bell breweries to hearted craft beer at two hundred twelve calories for a one hundred ten calorie, Bud Light. Will it make any difference to its sales though, it could there's growing evidence that drinkers just like eaters are getting more health conscious Michelob ultra low calorie beer also from Anheuser Busch. Druids sales by sixteen percent. Twenty eighteen one of only two major beers to do. So the other was Maddelo Mexican beer. Now also owned by Anheuser Busch. Craft beers have been taking more and more of the market, but the health trans even applies to drinkers who prefer that beer which typically runs between two hundred and three hundred calories per bottle and craft brewers are paying attention dogfish head craft brewery, the twelfth largest craft brewer in the nation is releasing a ninety five calorie beer called slightly mighty. I ta made with monk fruit to give it body. So what do you say? Would you cheer on your team with a monk fruit based beer and say celery sticks? Well on Sunday. We'll find out which will win the patriots or the Rams or perhaps a robust frapp beer versus low calorie brew. From wondering this is business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by Elaine Appleton grant, they're edited by Emiko Lynn, Jenny lower bagman. Our editor and producer our executive producers marshal Louis created by non Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown. CNN? This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by central online from Pitney Bowes central online makes it easy to save time and money. No matter what you ship or mail, printing shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk with a semi pro software. You can compare shipping rates between carriers plus say forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and get five cents off. Every letter. You send our listeners can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. But only by visiting PB dot com slash b w daily. That's PB dot com slash BW daily.

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"low calorie" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

11:12 min | 3 years ago

"low calorie" Discussed on Gastropod

"That is completely obvious. And also had not occurred to me at all. But of course, they are all different chemical structures, and Rick has actually spent a lot of time showing exactly how these structural differences create different effects in our buddies. So the first thing is they all taste slightly different. They taste sweet because they bind to the sweet receptor, but they all bind to it and slightly different places and in slightly different ways. So some have very abrupt rise in sweetness and an abrupt fall. So they're the duration of the sensation is short others like Neo tame, for example, has a very long persistence, sweet taste, which is why it's a good. Sweetener to use for example, and chewing gum where you'd like to keep the sweetness level high for an extended period of time second has a bitter after-taste as we've already discussed one called Gleich in has a slight liquorice flavour. But another thing the sweet chemicals all affect the brain differently. They lead up regions of the brain's reward center in different ways. But how that translates into actual sensation. Or behavior is still very much up in the air. We we really don't know that all we can say at this point is that with exposure to these compounds we get a different signal. This is kind of amazing your brain look different on diet coke than on sugar free gum on top of this. If you heard our episode hacking taste, you might remember that we have sweet receptors throughout our body. Not just on our tongues. It's in our intestines. It's in our bones. It's all over the body. And so we used to think that low calorie sweeteners would elicit a sweet taste when they were in the oral cavity. But once we swallowed them. Were basically inert. We would just excrete them. But we were wrong artificial sweeteners trigger those sweet receptors wherever they find them in the intestines, and the bones and the liver wherever so for instance, if the sweet receptors on a particular type of cell in the pancreas called a beta cell, if it's triggered the beta cell doesn't send us sweet taste to your brain. But instead that sweet chemicals Spurs the beta cell to release insulin. And so here is where things get really interesting because all these artificial sweeteners are different chemical structures, the reach different places in our buddy. So that means they're all switching on a slightly different set of cells. So some sweeteners enter the blood supply, and so would have access for example to the brain. And to the beta cell, others are not aspartame. We'll never get into the bloodstream, for example. So each of these sweet compounds can be expected to have a different effect throughout the body. Based on how their digested absorbed and excreted. This is shocking. Artificial sweeteners are different at every level. How we taste them. How they affect our brains. How we digest them what our body does in response to the sweetener so one might fully well expect that they have different outcome on body weight. So we did a trial, right? Got a bunch of volunteers and divided them into five different groups and each of the groups had to drink a daily fruity drink sweetened with the different sweetener. So the sweeteners were sucrose aspartame saccharin stevia side and sucralose if you in the gross group, that's the control because sucrose is sugar. You drank a sugar sweetened fruit drink every day for twelve weeks. If you're in the sucralose group, that's splendor you drink that every day. And so on Rick and his colleagues measured everything they could measure about the participants in the study, they measured. How many calories the volunteers were burning they measured their body composition and their blood sugar levels the volunteers had to record their food intake. They had to rate. Appetite and what we found and really very much to our surprise was that sucrose consumption led to an increase in body weight that actually was not a surprise to us. That is what we would have predicted. But saccharin behave very similarly to the sucrose that's that the prize thacker in contains no calories, and yet in Rick's trial that people drinking sugary fruit juice, and the people drinking saccharin fruit juice, ended up gaining pretty much the same amount of weight people who drank this, plenty sweetened drinks lost. The most weight people whose drinks were sweetened with stevia and NutraSweet basically stayed the same. No change Rix at that. He checked the change wasn't due to people eating differently. So it wasn't like a situation where the saccharine folks got more, hungry or craved, more sweet foods. So what did cause the difference? What that suggests is that there is a nother mechanism at play and Rick thinks that mechanism might just be the microbes living in our guts. The gut microbiome microbes drink I hate to default to that. But given the evidence which I think is very sound that selected low calorie sweeteners will make it to the colon and very likely do alter the relative proportions of different gut bacteria. Given those changes is it possible that some sweeteners like say, maybe saccharin are boosting the kind of gut microbes that are especially good at getting calories out of food. And might that explain why the saccharin fruity drink drinkers gained weight, maybe conveniently for us. There is actually a researcher in Israel at the vice minutes to toot named Eran Eliana, and he is studying this very thing. Iran didn't start out looking at the effect of artificial sweeteners on the microbiome. He was actually doing a personalized nutrition study, but he sort of came across artificial sweeteners by accident when he looked at his results around and his team were studying how. Different foods affected blood sugar and people and they noticed something weird. It looked like some people would get a blood sugar spike after a diet soda and some people didn't and that didn't make any sense disres- verse president at first I didn't believe in fact because not only because I was a heavy consumer of these compounds. But because you know, the logic was exactly the opposite. Nobody should have gotten a blood sugar spike because there was no sugar in these drinks. So Erin started up a side project trying to figure out what the hell was going on. Iran did a bunch of studies with mice and he's been able to show that at least in mice. Some artificial sweeteners changed the population of gut microbes and favored ones that grabbed more calories from the food passing through just like Rick speculated. This sounds pretty convincing. But a lot of studies in mice don't necessarily translate us humans. So now, of course, Iran is studying this in people. The answer is because I don't know yet. This is walking produce this is super interesting, but we have to point out. It has not yet music and really use one day. We might know whether different people have the kind of microbes that respond to certain sweeteners with a blood sugar, spike, or which artificial sweeteners are the ones that change your gut microbes to make them better at harvesting calories, and which ones don't do that. But really right now. Iran is the first to say, we don't fully understand what's going on Barry Popkin agrees. It is far too early to say anything definitive the initial work that Iran, presented is very very preliminary. He right now has a study that will be completed in about a year where he is actually following a thousand people with the die tweet nurse in one thousand without that study will give us some meaningful results. This is something we kept hearing. We just don't know enough yet about what these artificial sweeteners are really doing in our bodies. We have. Almost all of it yet to learn. But as we discussed with Caroline, there are already a lot of these sweeteners in the food supply so much so that Iran has really struggled finding people for his trials that haven't already eaten. Artificial sweeteners is super difficult. I didn't think it would be that difficult. But you know, when you start questioning people are a so willing to gritted into our diet in many different foot products in zero percent yours since on and so forth that it was really hard to find his individuals. And in fact, they will soon be even fewer people who are artificial sweetener virgins. We talked about this in our soda Wars Episode with the tiered tax in the UK companies are using more artificial sweeteners, so they don't have to pay his highest sugar tax, and this is happening in Chile too. Because of their warning labels all of this reformulation hits making some scientists kind of nervous even Barry who's all about doing whatever it takes to lower sugar consumption, a huge global experiment that's going on. And I fear. The when we don't have. Have the kind of research to go behind them. It's not all that different than when everybody came out against total fat long ago, and they add a ton to sugar to the diet. And we found we had very adverse effects to that. The scientists all do think there's a place for diet sodas today, if you're someone who drinks a lot of regular soda, and if you're someone who's trying to manage your weight, I think that they can be used effectively now they are not necessarily magic bullets. You can't just add them to your diet and expect wait to disappear. Here's the thing to channel Donald Rumsfeld. Since he's hurting popped up this episode. The known knowns about obesity and diabetes are much more significant than the semi known. Unknowns of what artifices sweeteners might be doing to your personal gut microbe community. This is where most scientists seem to fall on this question. They're not huge fans of artificial sweeteners there a little wary. They'd rather we just switched to unsweetened drinks. But they think artificial sweeteners can be a useful tool for. People who need them to cut down on sugar. So when we started making this episode, I thought we were going to find all the science that showed that artificial sweeteners were bad for you, physically speaking, right? I thought we'd get to the bottom of whether or not they were unsafe. And we kind of did quenches the they're not really they might be helpful. We're not sure the research is still being done. But they don't seem to be particularly harmful for you. They don't seem to cause cancer or heart attacks or strokes. They might mess with our gut microbiome and even our metabolism. Scientists are still trying to figure that out, but that's just on an individual level because it turns out that where artificial sweeteners are definitely bad for us is in a bigger picture way. As society in how we eat and how we think about eating. This is the conclusion that Caroline Thomas came to I grew up in a house where my mom was always on a diet in a Weight Watchers or Jenny Craig or NutraSweet was all around me when I was growing up. We had crystal light in the fridge and diet, Pat. And as I became older. I just I just was so curious, you know, how did we have all of these NutraSweet sweetened foods? But yet, you know, my mom was still always on a diet. It never really led to a time when she felt good about her weight or in control of what she was eating. She was always sort of up and down and back and forth. So I think it's for me. These products are ways that people could consume more and feel good about consuming more. So it didn't decrease the amount of sugar people consumed just added a new category

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"low calorie" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

12:28 min | 3 years ago

"low calorie" Discussed on Gastropod

"News. Nutrasweet? Chee? Aspartame tickets plays. And and for our listeners that would be the blue packet on on the table. So equal. You like. By this point, the artificial sweetener market was huge. And so a lot of pharmaceutical companies were looking for the next big sugar alternative. And the winner was a company called g d Searle? It's now owned by Pfizer James Schlatter was working at Searle. And apparently, he also licked his finger. What is it with these chemists, and they're poor lab hygiene, I know James was trying to develop chemical that would test an anti ulcer drug candidate. And it turned out to be incredibly sweet this was artificial sweetener number three. And you are not going to believe who was in charge of launching it. In fact, they brought Donald Rumsfeld in to lead the effort. Yes that Donald Rumsfeld. So Caroline was a kid at the time. It was so exciting. I have is very strong memory of coming home. And I guess it was nineteen eighty four and opening up the mailbox and finding this little clear packet of Gumbo balls. Attached to minor. Now must have been an advertisement. But I'll I paid attention to where the gum balls, and you know, I opened them up, and I was probably twelve or thirteen years old. I opened up the gum balls in eight them this Gumbel launch. This was some of that Rumsfeld the and manipulation at it's finest. You know is probably no accident that the Gumbo came in the mail and that the child eight the gum balls Ray. Because that's what kids do it looked playful. It looked like something brand new. This was important because after World War, Two artificial sweeteners had been seen as awesome because they had science behind them, but the marketing for NutraSweet took an entirely different approach because artificial had turned into a dirty word and trying to create the first artifices sweetener that wouldn't be artificial that we we kinda get rid of that word altogether. And we would just call it. Something new we would call it just Neutra sweet sort of nutritious or maybe natural. And they combined these Gumbo calls with a fairly simple message. That basically side, you know, NutraSweet isn't like any other sweetener that's existed. Nutrasweet was amazing. It had no calories. New bitter aftertaste like saccharin, and it was made from two amino acids simply joined together, and you know, acids are the building blocks of protein. But of course, you can't find NutraSweet in nature, those two amino acids could only be combined together in a lab. But that was just a matter of semantics to the NutraSweet marketing folks now that they're finally was a sweetener you could heat it you could eat it. It was like what sugar always wanted to be. And it was just as natural as a banana banana plants don't make NutraSweet. But they might as well if you've had been Anna's and milk you've eaten what's NutraSweet, which from things, I'm not true. It's it's phenylalanine. And it's it's different in how your body interacts with it. No matter with Rumsfeld at the helm and Gumbo goals in American mailboxes NutraSweet storm the shelves. It's still one of the most popular artificial sweeteners on the market. It's the sweetness in your diet coke, but in the past couple of decades, it's been joined by some competitors their splendor. That's the chemical called sucralose that came out in the nineteenth and today's sweet and low and equal and splendor have all been joined by the latest new trendy locale sweetener. This one is marketed as truly natural. It's called stevia. It's a super sweet extract from a plant native to South America. So for a while back there in the late nineteen seventies. It looks as though we would have no artificial sweeteners. And now we have a whole bunch to choose from. But still there's this aura of doubt that surrounds them. When I give talks on this research. Even though for me, the thing that I'm so interested in is just you know, how we develop and manufacturer foods and find new means for them. I'm not an expert in how I am always asked the question by people is that bad for me. Should I should? I not have that. I does that cause cancer. These are questions. Nearly everyone has because frankly, the news has been filled with stories about rats getting sick when they OD on sweeteners. So what does the science say we asked Rick Mattis, he studies artificial sweeteners at Purdue University every governmental body from the US to the European Union to stralia to Japan to Canada, the have all scrutinized each of the sweeteners that are commercially available and they have unanimously agreed that when consumed within reasonable bounds. They are safe. So I take that literature on face value myself sorry, internet, conspiracy, theorists. But. The scientific evidence is pretty clear inconclusive on this the Roman lead grape syrup that was talk sick. But today's artificial sweeteners are not carcinogenic at the doses that we consume them. They're just not. But that's not the only question people. Have the fact that they won't cause cancer. That's not the only question about artificial sweeteners. There are two other big ones one there some research linking them to heart attacks and strokes. What's the deal with that? And to do they actually help people lose weight. That's the big one. Because after all that's what people are using them for and that's the issue because there's not consensus in the literature yet. And so this is a really hot area for research. There's a lot of researchers trying to get at that question. In part of the confusion is coming from the research. This is the Santi Malik you heard her in our recent soda wars episodes. She's a research scientist in the department of nutrition at Harvard School of public health. The Sunday told us that previous studies showed that using artificial sweeteners might. Strangely actually, make you gain weight. But other studies showed they could help you lose weight. Similarly, there are studies that seemed to show the artificial sweeteners can lead to more heart attacks and strokes and other studies that say they have no effect or even reduce your risk of heart disease. So why is the so confusing? Why don't these studies all come to the same conclusion? So we need to unpack this the Santi told us there are a couple of major problems. The first one is called a confounding effect, and it is less confusing than it sounds. It's basically everything else you eat alongside those diet sodas. You know, maybe some people always, you know, go out for fast food and have a diet soda with it. And then it's the French fries also have a relationship with increased risk of the cardio metabolic diseases in. This example, all those French fries are leading to a higher risk of heart attacks and strokes. They are the confounding factor. If people always have French fries with their diet soda. Also, if people always eat French fries with their diet soda, maybe. This is why they're getting wait. This was me diet coke and a slice of cake the afternoon, pick me up of champions at least in my teens and twenty I'm sure that diet coke totally canceled out the calories from the cake. No, I con adept Cynthia, you do our accounting, drew. But so scientists have statistical tools and other methods to try to take into account these confounding factors like French, fries and chocolate cake. So that they don't confound the result. There's another issue. This one is called reverse causation by the scientists, and it has to do with what risk factors you have before you start drinking diet soda, so in this example, maybe a group of people is already at a high risk for heart attack strokes. And so they drink diet soda to try to manage their weight. And then they still end up with more heart attacks and strokes than everyone else, but it has nothing to do with the soda so visibility. Did a study to try to tease this out? She used TIs sticks to account for reverse causation and confounding factors and she found there was no connection between diet sodas and heart. Disease, but what about weight gain when she and her colleagues actually took out any confounding factors. Well, it looked like diet sodas helped. Yes. Oh, non-use should've sweetened beverages were associated with less weight gain. This was not a dramatic difference. We're talking about we're talking small numbers. We're talking about like a quarter of a pound over four years, Barry, pumpkin. You might remember him as the star of our soda wars episodes. He's the guy that the governments of Mexico and Chile coal when they want to have a soda tax or a new label scheme. So he has also studied the impact of replacing sugary sodas with diet sodas, and like the Santi he made sure to take into account. What else? His study participants were eat any found the same thing that the best ideas, we have show that artificial sweeteners can potentially help a little with weight loss, if you're generally eating a healthy diet, and if you replace a daily sweetened soda with the diet one so maybe that aura of mistrust. Surrounds artificial sweeteners. Maybe it's not justified by the science at all. But both Bassani embarrassed agree that there's just not very much science just a handful of studies that really tease out these confounding effects and reverse causation. So we can't really say for sure, and there's another possible issue with artificial sweeteners and a possible explanation for why studies might be showing that people gain weight from drinking diet sodas. Remember, these artificial sweeteners are a lot sweeter than sugar hundreds even thousands of times sweeter. And so for that reason there's concern a particularly among children that repeat consumption of these beverages might habituate a person toward suites in this scenario. You get used to things being super sweet that you just crave. More and more suites. But Rick Madda says that's not the only way these calorie free sweeteners might be tricking our bodies. So for example, we have throughout evolution every time associated sweetness. With the ingestion of carbohydrate, and we have learned that an appropriate response to eating something sweet as to secrete insulin that theory year is that you drink your diet soda or eat, your NutraSweet Gumbel and your body is like, whoa, baby. Here comes the sugary goodness. Hey, pancreas. You better pump out some insulin to keep the old blood sugar levels steady. But wait, there's no sugar in your blood that insulin has nothing to do your hormone and blood sugar levels. Get all out of whack, and so maybe one response would be you're still hungry. You still crave actual calories. So you go and eat more either way. Whether it's just that you get used to sweet, and crave it more or whether the diet soda actually makes you hungry physically. This is how people think that possibly artificial sweeteners might contribute to weight gain and heart disease. Barry Popkin studied whether artificial sweeteners make you eat more sweets. He found that people who drank diet sodas actually, eight slightly fewer sweet treats than people who drank water that is pretty much the best. Evidence we have right now. But it's one study we don't have these kind of research on the studies on children and the fear. Still is the big unknown. We'll died beverage consumption or diet foods, enhance the sweetness preference of young children. And we do not have an answer to that question. And as for the question of whether artificial sweeteners make you hungry by messing with your metabolism and raising your insulin. That's even more of a mystery right now, scientists are studying it sure, but there's not enough research to say one way or the other. But then Rick told us something that complicates the matter. Even more throughout this episode, all the scientists we've spoken to talked about all these sweeteners, equal and splendor and saccharin. They talked about them as if they're all basically the same thing from a consumer use and clinical prescription and policy practice. We tend to just lump all of them together and say, oh, yes. The low calorie sweeteners, and we. I assume that they all work by common mechanism. But you know, if you think about it kind of carefully one could start to question that so for example, they are all very distinct chemical structures. This is one of those insights that

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"low calorie" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

09:32 min | 3 years ago

"low calorie" Discussed on Gastropod

"A lot of people for diet drinks thinking, they're doing something better for them. It's a better option will a new study is now calling that into question, very provocative. Big study thousands of people vote over years, they break it down for you. Specifically what they looked that was how often they had strokes three times more likely than normal. There's been mounds of research that artificial sweeteners both in human studies animal studies, experimental studies population studies is bad news. So let me share with you. What's going? I they've been linked to obesity. So number one. It makes you fat number two. It does it by rewiring and screwing up your brain chemistry and your metabolism. Wow. This sounds pretty bad. They're making it seem like artificial sweeteners are just the worst thing ever. Well, sent the ad that is the question. First of all, I take everything that comes out of duck does his mouth with a wheelbarrow full of salt. But there are a lot of headlines out there saying that artificial sweeteners will give us everything from cancer to. Disease. Let for decades we've also been hearing that sweet and low and splendor NutraSweet, they all promise. Guilt. Free pleasure. Is that true and on top of all the health scares where do these curious substances that tastes like sugar, but have no calories actually come from. Anyway, undo they deliver on their promise. Can they actually help us lose weight? You're listening to Gastropod the podcast that looks at food through the lens of science and history. I'm Cynthia Graber, and I'm Nicola Twilley. And this episode is the first episode of our new season, and it's all about artificial sweeteners, the science the history and Donald Rumsfeld. Yes that Donald Rumsfeld. But first this episode is sponsored in part by the milk processor education program in today's fast paced world, everyone is busy. And sometimes we just need to take a moment to slow down. And appreciate the simple things from cooking with your family to enjoying your neighbor's favorite apple pie to sipping a refreshing drink at home after a long day dairy milk helps us savor the moments that matter with the ones we. I love. Learn more at milk life dot com. That's milk. Life dot com. Ever wonder what your life would be like if you took a different path? Are you doing today what you envisioned you'd be doing ten years ago this season G H, mum? Champagne has partnered with vice to bring you personal stories of courage belief in your dreams and the determination to make those dreams of reality. So I'll open a bottle of g h Mumm grand dome. Get inspired and celebrate your next victory. Visit G H M U M M victory. Don't come to see old ten stories. The earliest artificial sweetener. We know about was discovered in ancient Rome, what they discovered was that if you boiled grape juice in leaded pots, it would produce a sweet substance Richard Mattis studies artificial sweeteners at Purdue University boiled grape juice is sweet already unit that, but this substance was even sweeter, basically, the lead ended up concentrated in the grape juice and made it extra sweet without adding any more calories. You might have heard that lead is sweet it's one of the reasons children are particularly at risk in areas that have lead paint they wanna put the paint chips in their mouth because that lead paint is actually sweet and super dangerous, but the Romans didn't know that. So once they got it boiled down, they would add it to food and beverages. And so on as a sweetener. Of course, there are theories about lead toxicity lead poisoning having some role in the decline of the Roman empire. Whether it had really anything to do with the use of of these concoctions. I don't know. But it was. Arguably the first low calorie sweetener, not necessarily a good start for artificial sweeteners. But that was pretty much that until a chemist licked his finger in the eighteen seventies. There was a chemist Constantin. Faubourg who was working at Johns Hopkins University they were trying to find new food preservatives. Caroline Thomas is a professor of American studies at UC Davis. And she's the author of the book empty pleasures the story of artificial sweeteners from sacrilegious Blenda is kind of this odd little story that repeats in the history of artificial sweetener. He apparently licked his finger by accident after a day of working in the lab noticed that it was sweet. And instead of working on a food preservative he decided to work on a substitute. For sugar Constantine was doing this food preservative slash sweetener research on coal tar because that's what people were really into at the time. It was the late eighteen hundreds and. Petro chemicals, where the shiny new kids on the science block people were figuring out you could use these ancient dead plants to make plastics and rubber and synthetic dyes. So why not a synthetic spice sweeter than the sweetest sugar. That's actually what Constantine called it. He called his discovery a perfectly harmless spice made from coal tar, and he took it to market under the brand name saccharin because it was so so so sweet one gram of saccharin was five hundred times sweeter than a gram of sugar at the time when you invented or discovered a new food you introduced it at the world's fair to convince people to eat it that was be palace of all things do and fabulous in America that sacri- one of these things that even when it first started showing up at say, the world's fair in eighteen ninety three or other food Expos. It was likely already something that people were tasting in their carbonated beverages at the time when you wanted to soda you would go down to the local soda fountain and get the so. Deger to pour you one and many of those soda jerks had already started using saccharin instead of sugar because it was cheaper and it was easy to work with. So consumers were actually tasting it before they even knew what it was the folks were adding sacri- so gleefully into soda. They were doing it. Because it made good business sense. A lot of the countries that produce sugar were let's say volatile. Cuba was a big source, and they were fighting a war of independence in the eighteen seventies. And then there were also efforts in the US to create a sugar industry here at home and that meant tariffs. So the price of sugar was all over the place, and then on top of that soccer and was as you've heard a lot sweeter than sugar gram for gram. So you didn't have to use very much of it saccharin just made good business sense. So a little company you might have heard of cold Monsanto. They were the ones making all this saccharin the soda fountain companies were using lots of saccharin and people were drinking lots of saccharin in bliss. Awful ignorance until until our old friend Harvey Washington Wiley came into the picture as you might remember from our episode keeping it fresh. He was a crusader for what he called pure food. And he was the force behind the pure food and drug act of the early nineteen hundreds Harvey published lists of adulterants that were in your food chemicals that the average American consumer had no idea where there and saccharin was one of those adulterants this fake substance posing sugar so the soda companies that had never switched to saccharin saw an opportunity to grab some market share. And they didn't waste any time in putting out like full-page ads even in the New York Times telling consumers, you know, you've been feeding these impurities to your children, including saccharin. It's terrible. You know, make sure that your soda just has sugar. This might sound kind of funny to you all today. But weirdly at the time sugar was considered a health food because it had lots of calories back then a lot of people were doing more, physical labor. So. For a lot of Americans. The thought was that sugar was a really important part of the diet. So to find out that it had been taken out of your food and replace with some chemical adulterants was really disturbing to a lot of consumers Harvey came this close to getting saccharin band. It took a presidential pardon to save it. Teddy Roosevelt was president at the time. And he was a diabetic. And he loved saccharin Roosevelt was like, you know, anybody who would ban saccharin is an idiot Roosevelt. Basically handedly kept second from being banned. Saccharin was still on the shelves. Yes. But it wasn't in with foods. It was in. When medicines you bought it as a pill to dissolve in drinks instead of sugar. If you were diabetic this sets the scene sugar was a health food and saccharin was a medicine. And then there were two world wars and sugar was rationed. So this was obviously a challenge you want to be a good mother and feed your ready cheek children all the healthy sugar. They supposedly need to grow big and strong. But there's not enough to go round. And now is actually what I think the first real opening for saccharin was what happened was women ended up sacrificing their own sugar for their families. They saved the good stuff the sugar for the desserts for their kids. But instead of depriving themselves of sweetness, they turn to saccharin this with how saccharin Brokeback out of the medical world and got into regular food again with these housewives who were saving sugar, but not giving up sweetness, and what that meant is that saccharin became them analyzed. It was a treat just for women. Women bought these pills. Women put them in their coffee and tea, and there's a cool story here that we saved for our special supporters newsletter. That's for those of you who give five dollars an episode on patriotic or nine dollars a month a guestroom dot com. Women had special saccharin jewelry. So second has gone from cheap almost fraudulent ingredient and soda fountain drinks to a diabetic medication to a

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"low calorie" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"low calorie" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

"So once you get into this habit for these few weeks of eating foods that are healthy that you are happy with that fill you up at you could eat more. You're not going to be thinking about all those other things that have derail you for the past few months. So I love this plan. I do too. I mean what I like about. It is that it takes the guesswork. You don't have to think about it. You don't have to sit there. And like wonder my going to this? I'm going to have that. It's just two weeks. Four weeks pick a set amount of time. And just stick to it is he think about it. Just stick to those foods stick to those. And it's not even about giving up the good stuff because let's say you want salad. You don't necessarily have to give up dressings or sauces. The little extras like salsa or like teriyaki or a low calorie marinara or light salad dressing. Those can all be incorporated in so flavor is key. Also spices you want to definitely keep your herbs in your spices to keep things flavorful and not be bored. And make sure these are foods are not bored with like I could eat the same foods over and over. I know your creature of habit for sure Jamie, I could too. But I also think like we put together a little list, and maybe we can even put it up on the website. I think you could do a lot of different things with those twenty foods and keep yourself interested and knock it board. Agreed totally but it's only tone. It's just so clean. It's so I think people would really lose weight on this. I do too by the way, they could probab-. There's a lot of recipes that are simple that are hunger. Recipes we should probably put them on the show page. Good. So we'll we'll keep going there. If you wanna go what we're calling cold Turkey. And again, do it for a month that pages hungry..

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Brain health: Low-protein, high-carb diet just as good as low-calorie diet

02:55 min | 3 years ago

Brain health: Low-protein, high-carb diet just as good as low-calorie diet

"Scientists Dr Devon wall pointed out, and he says, and I quote, we have close to a hundred years of quality research extolling the benefits of. Calorie restriction as the most powerful diet to improve brain, health and delay the onset of neurodegenerative disease. However, the majority of people have a hard time restricting calories, especially in the western societies. Like, the US where food is so freely available so plentiful it shows a lot more promise, then we have been able to replicate the same kind of gene change in the part of the brain responsible for memory that we also see when we restrict calories. However, a low protein high carbohydrate diet are by no means a new fad. One of the senior scientists behind. This study said numerous cultures including people in Japan in the Okinawa area and many parts of the Mediterranean have long observed this mix and show better longevity and less degenerative diseases compared to low carb high fat eaters, the traditional diet in Okinawa and other blue zones where people live longer generally into their past one hundred years of age, and they're still active right up until that time the traditional diet in Okinawa is around nine percent protein, which is similar to the university study. We're talking about here and a with sources, including lean fish soy plants and very very little beef. In other words, you go to these blue zones where people live long. Anger. They had the greatest longevity in the world. They're not eating beef. They're not they're eating fish. They're eating a Mediterranean style diet, which is high in unrefined unprocessed, high fiber complex carbohydrates, and when I say complex carbohydrates. That's what I mean, not messed with carbohydrates that have lots of fiber protein and other nutrients in them, so high carb diets could be just as effective as low calorie diets which had been studied extensively in promising a long life, at least in the animal model, and these researchers believe in the human model, and it can also provide good heart health and good digestive health and certainly good brain health. So when you hear people trying to confuse you try to tell you that carbs are bad. Remember, they are if they're refined. If there white if they're if they are the fast acting the high glycemic. Index the ones that have been messed with by man,

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A Low-Calorie Diet May After All Be More Beneficial For Men Than For Women

World News This Week

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

A Low-Calorie Diet May After All Be More Beneficial For Men Than For Women

"Many people struggle with their weight and a new study shows that women and men may. Face that struggle very differently ABC Sherry Preston has the details researchers in, England Sweden and Denmark put two thousand overweight. People on low calorie diets, for eight weeks at the end. Of the two months. They determined that both men and women had lost about eleven percent of their body weight but the men had, more, health, benefits are, greater change in fat mass lower blood pressure and better blood sugar numbers. The reason men lose weight Wait around their bellies I and. Belly fat is bad fat. Because it wraps itself around your vital organs the women lost their weight around their, hips and thighs. Which might have made them go down a path size but actually has fewer health benefits

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How One Boy's Fight With Epilepsy Led To The First Marijuana-Derived Pharmaceutical

Morning Edition

06:46 min | 3 years ago

How One Boy's Fight With Epilepsy Led To The First Marijuana-Derived Pharmaceutical

"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm. David green and I'm Noel king good morning the first medication derived from. Marijuana could be in pharmacies as early, as this fall the FDA recently approved it to treat two types. Of epilepsy cake Leslie mcclurg has. The story of one family's quest to get this drug Evelyn Nissenbaum used to watch her, son Sam suffer through one, hundred seizures a day when they, were bad they were once every three minutes Dan was diagnosed with epilepsy when he was four years old when it did ever seizures. Sort of everything went black kind of. For about twenty seconds just long enough to tumble down a. Flight of stairs at, his house in Berkeley plunge into a dinner plate crack head on window I don't, remember a lot of it really doctors tried nearly two dozen different medications to treat Sam nothing worked long term and the side effects for many were. Severe full body rashes fits of rage strange Fficials a Hillis name that my folks sheets came to life. In that holes in my body seven exhausting years passed and. Then Evelyn came across the study using. Cannabis dial. Or CBD to successfully treat seizures in rats CD is an extract from the cannabis. Plant that doesn't make you high and I thought my son needs. Access to that I gotta get this she dug around and found a. British pharmaceutical company that was making highly, concentrated CBD for multiple sclerosis patients the company agreed to let Sam. Try the drag in the UK. Under a doctor's supervision for two weeks after Wedneday his seizures were down to thirty after, two days they were down, to ten after three days he, had one seizure Sam is now seventeen the drugs still works and he doesn't have any side effects for the past six years the. FDA has allowed what's called a compassionate. Use for Sam along the way hundreds of other patients have. Tried the drug in. Clinical trials which eventually led to its recent FDA approval the brand name for the CBD drug is EPA dialects this is. What everyone asked about Dr Joe Sirven isn't Arale just at the mayo. Clinic in Arizona this almost had like instant name. Recognition he says his. Patient's read about EPA dialects studies on social media and then they'd begged to try it it showed. Really, really great results particularly with certain larger seizures the big convulsions now many patients are using CBD from marijuana dispensaries but, these aren't regulated and the dose inconsistency can vary. Widely still serving doesn't necessarily recommend switching I, would never change it. If it's working for. You if it's not thou here's an option EPA dialects isn't right for everyone it only. Reduces seizures in about thirty percent of epilepsy patients and the drug can cause. Side effects like fatigue nausea diarrhea rashes insomnia and it's not on the market just yet I the Drug. Enforcement Administration needs to reclassify CBD it's. Currently, a schedule one drug meaning at the legal, under federal law that's expected to happen by early fall so once that's, done it could potentially. Be in Walgreens or Rite Aid but there are still. Big holes there, are, big gaps in. The price has not been announced. Yet you will need a prescription and you Zimbabwe's insurance companies, may not cover EPA dialects it looks like we, were, for, ten, bottles, here for now San still gets his drugs at, the investigational pharmacy at UC San Francisco Their from please Someday Sam hopes he's the one prescribing EPA dialects wanna be. An, epilepsy doctor I the seventeen year old is going to get. His driver's license he was just cleared to get. Behind the wheel he hasn't had a seizure in more than two years for NPR news unless they mcclurg. In San Francisco so if you've ever been, on a diet but you didn't, lose the weight you had hoped to lose your gut bacteria might be part. Of the, problem NPR's Alison Aubrey reports on how the microbes in our guts may either help or. Hinder weight loss this is kind of an odd thing, to think about but the bacteria that live in our guts can actually do. Us a favor they eat. What we can't Martin Blaser is a professor at NYU. Langone medical, center he says consider what happens when we, eat an apple we digest, most of it but there's a certain part of the apple that. Can't be absorbed we don't have the right enzymes to digest every, bit of it but are bacteria can after the bacteria consume, what we can't, they Produce, byproducts that we can digest and that's another source of calories. For, us somewhere between five and fifteen percent of all our calories. Come from that kind of digestion where the microbes. Are providing energy for us that we we couldn't ordinarily get and times were bad if we were starving. We would really welcome that but these days, when many people want to lose, weight we may not want these extra calories the microbes give us researchers at. The mayo, clinic in Minnesota wanted to know if they could identify certain types of bacteria that might. Influence the success of dieting Purna cash up a gastroenterologist, helped to lead the study it included people who were enrolled in a one. Year lifestyle program they were. Counseled to follow a low calorie diet and agreed to. Be monitored, closely we started with the premise that people, have different microbial make-up's in, the in the gut and that good insurance how well they do. With dieting Richmond and it turns out when cash up and his, team compared the dieters who were successful with those who are. Not They, did find differences we found that people who lost, at least five percent of their body weight had different gut bacteria as compared to those who did not lose five percent of their body big for instance they found an abundance of bacteria, called dial Lister in the guts of people. Who did not lose, much weight and another type. Of bacteria was high in successful dieters cash up says, down the road if they can show. The same, results in a larger group of dieters they'd like to use this information to help people lose weight what do you hope to do is to be able to individualize care for people and we would also. Try to develop new robotics which we can use to change the. Microbial makeup but manipulating the mix of microbes in your gut is easier said than. Done according to NYU's Martin blazer it's complicated he says in part it depends how lucky will be whether the organisms that we think are beneficial we, can cultivate them well it said that they could become next years probiotic that remains on he says if it's possible It's still some years off. Palace and, Aubrey NPR news Support for your health comes from.

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