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"luccin" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"luccin" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
"Yard. You don't care soccer meter gifts. I you that but o'clock yet you say as actually about this this is thought that will pursue vestige view. I you'd have to boston the come you'll about quasi. Dss being download the app for my show tel aviv. Okay donald podcast. You saw the boys elisabeth. Tomas day and watch him with regard dell must be hit us sales robot moslam. You're not going to cut off for young people. Jia little i lead phone via was on the bench. You but i don't see that synthetic vice those really nail coladas donald but i've told the wound up being gnv's geog with silver loucif pods and being visit on support visit food. Good just seal. We stuck in your positive than a hydrogen out on a little bit. But i tell my disco sell my subject to change sina inc that i saw you. Simpson money's i'm on the phone she off. Mostly what would you vote on. Fs up big either. Hope after your job auto propose. Youtube talk again monday. Plus that all along dots as guate- feta's jeopardy's ain't mice got object. Cheever ekambo does gao's or she precipitator skying keys. But he's aforementioned hookah professor now we'll achieve my spreadsheet is boys who is to geraci. That jobs are julia. Just after former any specific phychi models is my suppose achieve but not sure. I mean too skinny volvo Now we it. Is it stunners. Soy's unique laws owners keep us keno evolve on of he doesn't you mean as far just genie's move into the habit is both infra seeing image achievement in constance throughout the gm l. made about stars through brazil swim fully bug of mental problem. But i can't deal for the faster you foot f- fast fast leisure so same. Capitalism supported this conflict is the that's his co. get system get fussy danube fully considers. Full your fast suze for athena dc. Where sociale into stop you from mind. You got bulldozer. Dozier consecutive was fully. Fast you gene foot vinci. Le'veon's jetty sell out. Detainees g bogo. Bump obey was too tall and you can book cucumber south back. You quantitatively talk yours. You oh door. Believe was informative gear. Philippi silvester chagai. Got up me. You'll see a see lola. You've got was simple cool with some. We've put energy to call me. I'm suggesting that kills on my sequel mcduck boys with three both with single novo. Sf we saw mid-upper some doubtful for myself. But i will throw any talks. Go at goal studio as the words that were gonna smith Homebrew you'll kill Zana's thatta zone no They seem peculiar. Zeki does get him. What's missile kinda coma pathologists for myself. Komo philosophy does Leave the last in answering somebody who made you will see the shine through. Low very badeah cocoa financial political quizzes. Seal them treatment. That meals for myself say july cone scripting to introduce. Yeah he lane number where to hope for the sandy forty. Why didn't they see accuse told this luccin. We'll even though foul. There's a formula filed in game by apprehending margaret several you my zoom policy agenda for poyser community to specifically for material painter the daily had rally. Saddam bone boston. won't she believes it. but best divorced in team for me. What mepham former jeopardy you'll leave with rises to tanaka's Stored is leaving his. You'll have a cottage. Sakata was gonna serve the coin for me date. I mea format jacomet into transforms digital format. Soon building jeez. My phone symbolical dorm a former bones of this did this simple that don't ask s sf. Way i'd be doubted shot for this age. You'll go fast game up a music video for that signify job whereas there was the was thirteen there as ntsc kill. Follow you go fast sooner. So so so communication winter customer service of indicated on this graduate school suppo practica. Who in your body is saint acapella stolen. G-gonna billion earlier says an own bust sill mass. Danger palacio yata no-no kaseke versu- contaminant thermonuclear segue blida mugabe. And we'll all go. Komo's floor is on the lookout sagging my few poses shona individual mandate amalie system. I urge my three. Who gave me up for me here. John i'm literally stomach growl. Spirit on some premier won't dodge. Cg happy as author conformity. Give your keeping meeting. Some put back yet. Kilo cesar or more. Abc's it but it's still my side. Equal boondi got mention league citing the as imprisoning illegal said he finished has been missile programs. Ma laverick killer tab boom Gotcha del scores yours. Interview kept memento proposed. doing bandage. Burdock skipped was kid and his oprah positively the dallas city deal kidding. Kidding dot com educator. Saint digging does israel for the boss for tanuku finds requested. Got gotta gives me through farm kayla me mood killing Applicable symbolical also deals on through the santana's Does the goumas gio sugar policy in. Gmc following a high. Nobody only sober no larger. You throw them your seat chica. Al keel friday.
"luccin" Discussed on Health Quest Podcast
"They're playing on screen as well so where that's concerned. We can limit that time. We can boot them out the door. I think back way back to my childhood. And i hear my mother or my grandmother saying go outside and play. I don't wanna see you until dinnertime and seriously out so we can do some of that. Getting them involved in some sports kids are getting back together now and it looks like kids are going to be in classrooms in this next school year. And that's a good thing. All the kids kids need to be with kids. I think that that's a good thing. And i think that that's going to help. With a lot of this screen exposure but the same nutrients. The same advice applies their kid. Looting supplements we team dummies. That are crazy. Great tasting great way to get lucina if your kids if your kids not want to belly up to a nice bowl of spinach and what kids are there. Aren't that many so the whole thing was to try to get kids to eat spinach and yes didn't work for me as a kid. I was one of those kids that really liked spinach. But that's just an oddity. Most kids don't. I'm aware but there are supplements for kids and the industry has learned how to make them palatable and make them taste good without having to use a whole lot of sugar. The little bit of sugar. That's in the gumy's is nothing compared to a one soft drink. So i think parents can do them without feeling guilty and the kids is need the same approach the same whole foods. The same limiting added sugars exact. Same advice appeals to children and kids should be on an omega three supplements from the time that they start eating regular food. We're going to hope for the best. They got it in the breast milk when they were nursing or in formula added to formula if they were bottle fed but once kids are eating regular food there are excellent either just straight dha or combinations of dha and epa supplements for very young children. It's a great idea to just get them there. 'cause the other benefit when we're protecting the is is we're supporting mood. Memory focus concentration behavior so lots of other benefits. You were speaking. I thought we have had this conversation about. Dha and children. And if you hadn't brought that up. I was going to ask you because when you describe. Dha as being a structural element then is children are growing and developing. We want to give them these structural elements because the body can do wonderful things with them and when they don't have them it's just harder to get the same level of health and benefits that great advice last question for you here jolie other than aces are there any other nutrients or formulas for vision. You've mentioned the dha anything else that you'd like to throw into that mix well we have a lateen with dha or dha with luccin. We have something called right for the macula. Which is another combination of dha and looting. So one of the things that. If we're talking about carlson carlton labs dot. Com is the website. And you can go and you can do..
"luccin" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"I mean even if you're like ketogenic fat whenever you still need i mean like you're still burning appreciable glycogen like like like a lot of people. I just riding your bike for endurance. Bro mike no like if. I got a tackle a hill and i'm pushing five hundred watts on hill or during a race. I've got twenty seconds to pass somebody. Which is the allotted time to do so or at least it was when i when i was racing ironman I'm burning huge amounts of glucose and a- and therefore you need throughput of glucose in addition to key tones and fatty acids now. When i was racing kita genetically i still use about a quarter of the amount of carbohydrate. The my competitors were using because i use more more ketones and amino acids but you still need that glycogen throughput and that amount of eating is just so hard on the gut. Because you're eating that sympathetic state. So when someone's commuting in their car and eating like picture that is the same state as a as a traffic hammering power. Our weather biking down the highway. Ninety degrees like you're creating the same gut permeability scenario or at least something that somewhat synonymous. That's yeah did you. How many years did you do each like. Did you do like fat adopted. I did traditional like gatorade. Sports science institute recommended sixty percent to eighty five percent carbohydrates up to a ninety five percent carbohydrate in on race week to load which i was accustomed to because prior to that it was a bodybuilder and the best way to get super swale on stage is after. You've done your morning wayans during what you're fully cramping is because you're dehydrated and depleted and i'd like way in at one hundred eighty pounds that morning and do my posing and stuff world. Judges are but then typically with bodybuilding. It's in the evening when you do your full on poff with all the people in the audience cheering and Between like the eight. Am pose and the six eight pm. Show i would go and punish waffles potatoes. Ice cream all the carbohydrates. I hadn't been eating for weeks on end. I would gain easily in a day like ten to fifteen pounds of water in glycogen. Wait my muscles will just be popping through. My skin looks super bowl on stage and so i was accustomed when i got the iron man of this this concept of deplete carbs somewhat and by deplete carbs. What i mean is when i was following the standard recommendations like each sixty percent carbohydrate but then get up to like eighty five ninety percent carbohydrate intake by the time that the day of the race was and so i did that for like six or seven years and had like really bad gas and really bad bloating and even though i didn't test for it at the time probably had cbo which i'll ton of endurance athletes especially have who are following those basic carbohydrate recommendations Fluctuating blood glucose levels fluctuating. Like all this led to me writing my first book beyond training. Because i i i was trying to like hack these issues and figure out what was going on. So i got into the world of self quantification testing and I performed really well on carbs. Because there's a saying like sugar as a sometimes drug and it can be super super effective performance enhancing aid. Especially if you've been low carb and then you introduce card equation like like you're on steroids. But the problem of course was all the the metabolic and longevity side effects of that amount of carbohydrate throughput so then i started to experiment with low carbohydrate intake with ketosis i kind of had an extrinsic motivator because dr jeff look asked me to be part of the faster study at university of connecticut. Bitter was part of the two. Yes zach was part of it and i. I was one of the selected ketogenic athletes so for twelve months i followed a strict ketogenic. Ninety percent like fat like like like a traditional which i think for athletes a lot of times. There's a there's a mistake made because we're told ketogenic diet is thirty to forty grams when in fact the research to date shows that endurance athletes stained ketosis at carbohydrate intake of up to three hundred grams per day. But for this particular study i was closer to like probably about fifty maybe sixty grams. I remember that. When i went in for that study the pre the priem run the pre three hour treadmill run meal that they gave me was like two strawberries in like six ounces of heavy cream and wait which for me of like the fat profile was accurate but that was like not enough calories. It was just nothing. So anyways. I i did that. Study and of course during that study i was so racing. Everything in applying a lot of what. I was learning in my training. Using everything from exogenous ketones two amino acids to higher higher intake of electrolytes. Just because your electrolytes get more stripped when you're when you're stripping glaswegian from your body and kinda got to the point where i figured out how to feel really good on that fuelling approach although after the study. I shifted into more of cyclic key. Todic approach with evening carbohydrate repeats. The reason being that a my performance was better. Although with the evening carbohydrate repeats. I was able to be in ketosis. And be burning fatty acids for most of the day briefly. Four out of it by the next morning i was at like three miller. Kato is because i was so fat adopted. And the other reason that i made that modification was because during those twelve months of preparing for jeff volk study my t h went through the roof my Free t three and t four and total. Both plummeted My testosterone went to a state of hypo gone at ism and the a lot of that was. Because i i had an of calories. I wasn't energy restricted. But i did not have enough glucose to go around at all. Did you have enough protein. Yeah i think. I did Not only do. I have a decent amount approach. I was probably at about zero point. Six to zero point eight grams per pound of body weight which i think was an protein anna supplementing pretty heavily with amino acids at the time due to advice that Peter attiyah gave me when i balked during one of my races I i called him on the phone. We had a chat. Because he was kind of experimented with a lot of this stuff at the same time that i was and he had been kind of using branch chain amino acids so i started to use the biosteel branched chain amino acids that he recommended during my training sessions. And because i was training so much. That's a lot of amino acids that you're taking in your training like two hours a day. And then i also met another guy named dr david minkoff. Who was more of a proponent of instead of using the branch chain amino acids luccin in ice loosening valley he instead was getting better results for both health and performance with his clients and his athletes. Doing all nine amino acids like nine essential amino acids. so i started doing that instead and And i got so into the effects like the multitude of effects that the essential amino acids had that that that wound up. Being one of my flagship products. That kion was i was. I was just using them so much. The threat formulate a lotta myself. I'll scratch my own edge figure out how to tweak and refine it and and turn it into a product and and so yeah from a protein standpoint. i think i was getting enough. And i was using a hefty amount of essential amino acids testing then. What was the results of the study. Like what did the faster studies show. I don't really remember the remember. The takeaways the big takeaways were. oh man. This was such an interesting study. Because i showed up to the yukon lab the day prior to the three hour treadmill run which was kind of like the big part of the test. Obviously for endurance. Because this was a study specifically on the facts of the ketogenic diet on endurance performance ultra endurance athletes primarily ultra marathoners ironman.
"luccin" Discussed on Hey B*tch!
"Looked so fun fun doing. I know i'm i'm so like envious of the girls from llagas not this past year because everything was closed but in the past like last last year how everywhere the the tire for going out to go to clubs boots or like sneakers super comfy clothes where it wasn't like super miniskirts will. We had to wear back in the day or being freezing cold hardy koran dress when we went out for justice birthday which was in two thousand nineteen like the very last time i ever wrote anyway. Close yeah but i were tennis shoes. Those dad's shoes were in style. The dad all the tennis shoes. Yeah the thick chunky. Yeah i think one of my address that one of my most enlightened moments in my life was when because you guys know how like i worked in nightlife in my twenties and the yours shop in pretty and like heels and everything. 'cause a one. I used to work there. So i had to like be pretty where heels but then i remember one year i went to vegas with my friends. And you don't vegas all the girls want to dress up shit. I had a moment of enlightenment warm. Like i don't have to wear heels. I can still wear like a boob. Tastic top yes worn combat boots to. Yeah and i'm like. Oh my god. This is life changing our fucking great conscious. Guys won't care with that. I get so many ills. Fuck social. Okay next i was a dumb and one guy's wife had died and he needed someone to just talk about his grief with and as someone who lost a partner. I could relate if the club had not let me charge for his services for sure wouldn't have charged him. He used to bring me gifts and from time to time. He wanted me to be his wife. Because i look like her. Oh she's she worked at a strip club and Talker customer yeah. She was a dumb. That's a sad it's sad yeah can't make fun of that one. Yeah well more chicken guys. You guys are this next one. Oh this one's odd. My friend my friend was friends with a sex worker. One of her clients would by her cheese and she would chew it up and spit on his naked body while he made that masturbated it was a different cheese. Each time i was gonna say what kind of choose with a foot fetish because feet smell like cheat or cheese smells like feet yen. It looks like you're vomiting. If you're chewing up cheese and spitting it out loans. That values level was at least a nice cheese whiz can or like marrying american singles rubbery. I guarantee your aged fucking parmesan cheddar cheese. Luccin or the hamburger. I like what the that smells like. That's the one that's will do. I think mild. It just reminds me of throw up chewing up bidding out anything. Ricardo already is like the vomit exter- nah chunky. It's like like on you. Yeah it's not. it's not on every machine. No white people over cottage cheese. Yes we do gina. I really mild. That's why it's stinky all right. Well you know what else doesn't stinky your move use it right. We got a date of in the house. Dish is delicious smelling armpits. Boy we got something here are people who have an armpit fetter. We got some fresh sense for them from native native cares about the products. Put on your body there about stopping the stink. The right way though. That's the native difference. You probably already know about natives legendary aluminum free odorant but have you tried their body. Wash toothpastes or their brand new mineral based sunscreen. I have and it's fantastic. Yes native now has a broad base. Spf thirty sunscreen for your face and body. there's two separate ones. It's lightweight absorbs quickly and you can choose between unscented or coconut.
"luccin" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer
"Green bay. What did i say we play minus to say that bruce arians is not advertising. Tom brady or not letting tom brady. Be part of the offense and forcing him to play in place. He doesn't like such a load of crap. Read read bruce arians book brazilian says in his book and he says is their conferences quarterback his court about his relationship with the quarterback is the most on the team and he wants the quarterback to be heavily involved at every aspect of the office. He wants him to they they script plays in. Bruce arians brought this up his press conference after the game. He said that all teams around the league now script the first their first fifteen plays their fifteen best place okay. That was new to me. I didn't know that. Now i knew that bruce arians in his book he said they strip the first thirty plays. But i think Last year he had said the baron left which is doing. Just the fifteen. I think i'm not sure. I found the book. Said the first fifteen plays pretty shows thirty because i was like wow. That's that's a lot of plans that's half the game at into the third quarter so you've got scripted. Plays and also. Tom brady gets to pick those plays. I think it's five five. That bruce arians said that he lets the quarterback. Pick his five favourite plays in. Put them in those fifteen. So these are these. are those some of those planes. are tom. brady plays you know these are the ones he's picked out that he likes bruce arians again a big old book a place. Yeah like a thousand players in that Right so tom brady gets to pick five of them and the other fifteen or scripted show. It's just so strange to me that people look at that and go. Oh yeah oh really involved in this offense then you know if he's getting picked plays and You know when you have scripted plays and that means you there's not a whole lot of deviation you're gonna do for the first quarter. Ba said that. Tom brady pick supplies. Tom brady's calling plays. That'd be news to me. Yeah now it was out this week. Well anyhow the point being that there's no problem between those two even got the media is trying to bring one up trying so hard they try to early. Yeah earlier in the season. Yeah here's a usa. Today headline bruce arians continues to tom brady. Under the bus quote he picks all the plays now. That was from two days ago so the media is trying to either format division between the two or they are just wanting to make it. Look like there's a division. I don't our there one one donau but they're being disingenuous. Can't you just can't say stuff like that. I mean it's just rumor and speculation for one and for two. There's plenty of other stuff. You could write about plenty of more stuff that fans would like to hear other than this gossip. High school drama drama. That they're trying trianon bring. Oh so anyhow. There were two things that we talked about this week that i would like you to discuss talking about what rick stroud said on his podcast about Guys like tom brady michael jordan. That kind of thing. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah yeah rick. Set on his podcast that michael jordan tiger woods. Tom brady all these extremely elite athletes love it. Love it when you tell them. They can't do something or that they're not going to be able to do something or that. They're failing or something like that. They feed off of like look at aaron rodgers. Still fifteen years later has a chip on his shoulder about where he was drafted because he was embarrassed to sit there in the draft. Yeah so rick. Stroud like dina this my light a fire on a brady's but it might be because he's probably a little pissed the discount terror. What's her face from sex in the city. What's her name. Sarah jessica parker discount. Sarah jessica parker from tmz sports. Ask tom brady. If you know about the rumors about them. not getting along hillman. Bruce arians and was just like it's just noise it's noise and that's when he walked out a press conference right walks but i mean he wasn't rude or anything which is like all right guys. That's it which they're trying to make a big deal about that in two but people all the media people in new england are like. Yeah no he did that sometimes. He hates luccin like he hates that. Like the whole with the other quarterback from not congratulating the other quarterbacks after the game like he just hates losing yes. I don't particularly like that but again it's like he's just competitor. Doesn't wanna lose. And yeah he might act alone pissy. But he's the goat so he can act out tower he wants. He's been throw some great. Football's it's spectacular that one that won't he dropped in my calves. Hand it actually didn't go through his hands and went beside him. Setting about things drop is that it's like it's right through their hands and it happened with antonio brown a couple weeks ago and you're just like hits you in the hands you have to catch. If it's an armed heck these guys get paid millions of dollars. Kmart great had third down right to his hands. I mean he allegory. Gregg.
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"Hi, everybody. It's Peter Travers than welcome to our special popcorn Tony award show. Now, I've gotta say, before we get into the nominees about who will win and who should win. This is been the most amazing year in Broadway history. It has made over two billion dollars at the box office that never happened. And why is it? I think it's Hollywood heat everybody from TV from movies from us. It wants to be on Broadway. They wanna be on that stage. You got this year. Kylo Ren and driver on Broadway. You have Walter, white Bryan, Cranston, there, Jeff Daniels who played Harry done in too, dumb and dumber movies. They're all fighting to be best, dramatic actor, what kind of stuff is happening on Broadway. Well, let's start with the major categories, and I'm gonna start with best musical the nominees are ain't too, proud the life and times of the temptations Beetlejuice remember that movie Haiti's town, the prom, and Tootsie. You remember that movie too? Well. I think the winner is Haiti's town. It's a rigid. It's basically the myth of Orpheus ritzy, but it's got a score by a woman named Naess Mitchell who doesn't come from Broadway, at all and kind of revolutionizes it. So what would happen what could spoil the fun? There's a little musical called the prom. It's really it's totally original. It's about these bunch of Broadway veterans, and they're really hard bitten, and they're not getting any press, and they decide to go to Indiana and help, a lesbian high school student take her girlfriend to the prom. That's it. How good is it? It's really good. And in terms of the Hollywood connection, Ryan Murphy, went to see it fell in love with it, and he's making a movie of it. So how about that? Then we have best play the Ferryman choirboy, Gary a sequel to Titus andronicus. What the constitution means to me an ink. I'm telling you people, the Ferryman is got to be a movie soon. It's an Irish play. It's about the troubles, and in on a stage. We get to see an entire family deal with violence deal with their own feuds. We've got babies onstage. We've got live alive goose. We have everything there's nothing like I don't think there's any competition for it at all except there was a snub, the most successful play in Broadway history. That's not a musical is to kill among bird, and for some reason, the Tony nominee said, let's not nominated what I want. Answer on that one best revival of a play. Arthur, Miller's all my sons the boys in the band, burn this torch song and the Waverley gallery. I think Arthur Miller's all my sons which brought a net. Bending back to Broadway is a show that he wrote in one thousand nine hundred forty seven a bout a guy who was manufacturing airplane, parts and was to rush to do it. And so the planes crashed and killed pilots during the war. We live in the world of Boeing. Now, how timely could this be? So I think that's really up there. And I in terms of seeing a show that by playwright Arthur Miller who says, let's deal with the world we live in this one really, really did it then we have bible of musical. This is easy, because there's only two there's Oklahoma Rogers and Hammerstein Oklahoma and kiss me. Kate. Of course, they were both movies. We saw Oklahoma with Gordon MacRae and Shirley Jones in the fifties. But kiss me, Kate is done in a traditional way. Kelli o'hara's in it, Oklahoma is directed by guide named Daniel fish who find darkness. We're Rogers and Hammerstein only found light. It's a revelation to watch this. It's not the Oklahoma you've ever remembered, and it sung in the kind of country western way, look, if you ever get to see this on Broadway or win a tours get there get there quick. Okay. Okay. Best actor in a musical. And so, we'll do alphabetically Brooks as Mantas in the prom, Derrick Baskin and ain't too, proud the life and times of the temptations Alex Brightman and Beetlejuice. Remember when Michael Keaton had their part, Damon down, oh in Rogers and Hammerstein, Oklahoma. And send Tino fun Tanna into okay? The favorite is Tino, Tanna who is playing the part that destined Hoffman immortalized in the movie in the nineteen eighties. But what Centeno Tanna doesn't remember him on TV in crazy ex girlfriend like I'm saying everybody's from TV, or he does so much more. He sings as a man sees a woman, he does physical comedy does everything but stand on his hat. And I say, you know, who's out there that can spoil the win for Santino Tanna. And my answer is no one because this is one of the great performances you'll ever see on a musical, comedy stage. He's the winner. Best actress in a play Benning in Arthur, Miller's all my sons, Laura, Donnelly, in the Ferryman. Elaine may in the Waverley gallery, Janet mcteer in Bernhardt hamlet, Laurie Metcalf in Hillary Clinton, and Heidi Shreck in what the constitution means to me. Okay. Elaine may doesn't win this Tony. You're going to hear from me. She's eighty seven years old. She's returned to Broadway. After decades to play the part of a woman fighting Alzheimer's, and everything is no perfect about what she's done. She started with Mike Nichols doing comedy. She was starring in movies of like the new leaf directed things like the heartbreak kid. She's just one of the best actors I've ever seen anywhere. And if she loses and, you know, I feel bad for an bending because if Elaine may wasn't here this year, I think she would be the winner, but come on. Attention must be paid people. And I also wanna talk about a snub how. How does Glenda Jackson who won the Tony last year for three women returned to Broadway as King Lear? We talk about the age of hashtag metoo and time's up Glenda. Jackson is playing king. Lear gets rave reviews and the Tony committee says we're not gonna nominate her now. No, we're paying attention. And we're gonna come back and get you our best actress in a musical. Stephanie, j block in the share show Caitlyn Kanoun in the prom Beth level, in the prom, Eva nobles, ADA in Haiti's town, and Kelley O'Hara and kiss me cake. Stephanie j block who is that theater veteran is playing share in a way that sometimes she's more share than share. You might think this is just an escapist show thing to know she finds the character of who she is share shows up at this show often does numbers with her, and pus share. There's who's a bigger Hollywood. Name who is coming to Broadway with the show about herself. It takes three actresses to play here. But Stephanie j block plays the central one. And she plays the hell out of it. So she has just got to win. I'm sorry, people. All right. Best featured actress in a play for new of Flanagan in the Ferryman seal, you keep. And Bolger into kill a Mockingbird. Christine Nelson, Gary a sequel to Titus andronicus Julie white and Gary sequel to Titus andronicus and Ruth Wilson and King Lear people if you see if you see to kill among bird, and you should seal, you Keenan Bolger is very controversial because she's playing scout scout in the book and in the movie remember is in eight or nine year old girl. A C Keenan Bolger is in her forties. And yet, what she finds in this character who grew up to be Harper who wrote this novel is the heart and soul of the peace. So I'm telling you people this, this has got to happen. See Keenan Bolger remember that name best featured actor in a play birdie Carville and ink, Robin to hasten boys in the band getting Glick into kill a monkey bird, Brandon your Ranna wits in burn this Benjamin Walker in Arthur Miller's. All my sons birdie, Carville in ink. Those of us, those of you who actually went to Broadway couple of years ago and saw of any kind of a musical where you were shocked at a man playing a woman, you saw birdie, Carville in Matilda, and he played this woman, this horrible headmistress, and now he's playing Rupert Murdoch. So every who in Hollywood, who in politics would anyone hasn't been in an Rupert Murdoch publication or paper and who hasn't been rolled over the coals in it that performance and in London when he played it in one and Olivia ward, he had to play it in front of Rupert Murdoch. It's just an incredible job. I wanna talk a little about the snubs in this category. The non nominees there isn't actor named Bengal Arghanab into Killa mugging bird who plays Tom Robinson. He is the black man who is on trial for raping a white woman, a crime never committed. And he's defended. By Jeff Daniels. Atticus Finch when Aaron Sorkin adapted Harper Lee's novel to the stage. He did it so that he could expand the role of the black characters as he did here. And again, the Tony committee, decided only to nominate the white actors from tequila, Mockingbird ignoring the two black actors who are just brilliant in their roles. You people you're going to get called on the carpet. You need to all right? Best featured actress in a musical, Lilli Cooper in Tootsie, amber, gray and Haiti's town Sarah, styles Tootsie, alley stroke, or in Rogers and Hammerstein Oklahoma and Mary, Testa in Rogers, and Hammerstein Oklahoma there, something totally remarkable that happened this year in stroke, and Oklahoma. This is a woman who when she was two years old was in an automobile crash, and was never able to walk again. And now on Broadway playing eight oh Anne who is like the sexual. Time bomb in Oklahoma, the one who sings, I can't say, no, the part went to Allie. Stroke, she plays it in a wheelchair and you would think that's inspiring enough. But when you watch her play at you, forget the wheelchair exists, and you're watching her take over the stage like Dolly Parton. She, it's just an amazing thing to watch and it works on so many levels. So I wanna be there when she wins that Tony, and I want to be standing up and applauding and going Bravo. She deserves all right. Best featured actor in a musical Andre shields in Haiti town and a groups Luccin. That's a good name into Patrick page in Haiti's town germy, pope in into proud the life and times of the temptations and Ephraim Sykes ain't too, proud the life and times of the temptations, the favorite, the one, I think will win is under the shields and Haiti's town. He's seventy three years old. He stands on that stage is the narrator in like a silver suit. In total control of body and every movement and pulls you in till you're memorized. Your mesmerizing you not take your eyes off of hundred shields. This is a veteran actor who needs to get this Tony. But what if he didn't who would go to there's a young actor named Jeremy pope who plays Eddie kendricks in the into proud the life and times of the temptations? And who does he's playing a difficult man. One of the most difficult of the temptations. But one of the most talented as well. He's also nominated this year as best actor in a in a play in choir, boy, this is to me, the brightest newcomer that you will see on the stage and you're going to see him everywhere, stage movies television. It's just the beginning. So if you get to see this, you're going to be able to tell your friends, I was there win. Okay. Best director of a play Rupert Gould for Inc. Sam Mendes for the Ferryman Bartlett. Fair for to kill a mocking bird Ivo von Hosver for network, and George C Wolfer Gary a sequel to Titus andronicus Sam Mendis in the Ferryman this play. Does a job on stage that equal to his first movie which was American Beauty, which you may remember won the best picture? Oscar and once Mendis the Oscar as best director.
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"Well, it's mother's day weekend, and I'm visiting my mother. She lives in Pennsylvania. So we're broadcasting from there. I have a portable radio studio believe it or not and everything looks great. My stepfather looks great. He's ninety four. She's eighty nine. When we got here yesterday. She was out gardening. I can pay somebody to do this for you. Can I tell you? I put Latino special loop tina's of very interesting pigment and vegetables, it's like green, leafy vegetables, or like, spinach and lettuce and broccoli. It's an. Certain much. It's in a joke. And the original studies about Luke teen everything had to do with vision. I health. And over the years that that's been very interesting. They've shown lateen lowers the risk of age related blindness. That's called age related macular degeneration and just a quick explanation of what that is. We have this protective barrier. Protecting a little delicate organs on the back of RI that we use for vision their retina, that's where vision takes place, the retina and the brain and direct. And the the cells in the retina are easily damaged and blue light. Which is so beautiful a bright, sunny, blue blue sky day, blue light is very unstable. And if it can penetrate into the retina, the blue light is so unstable it can kill you retinal cells on over time the staff, which is cumulative and eventually you can either lose vision or actually blind called age related macular degeneration, the wet variety. So about twelve million Americans have it about Tillman Americans risk going blind from they have an advanced form. It's called me, oh, vascular age related macular degeneration, and it turns out that this protective barrier that absorbs the blue light, and prevents you from getting deep into the is has to be loaded with lateen, and it's cousins Zandt then to work. So they found that lieutenants Anton help prevent that form of blindness. For instance, published in JAMA up the Molly. Brown University and Harvard University look Harvard Medical School look that over one hundred thousand American healthcare professionals over twenty year, period. And they said, hey, this is real there's like over forty percent decline. Going blind from his age associated property is. They've also found that the sick leading cause of blindness UV accounts for about twenty percent of all cases of blindness adults that Lucina helps protect the front of the I where you've got is could take place. And they also found that low chain helps protect you from cataracts studies from all over the globe, and the Kate that if you have sufficient Luton NGOs, Anton in your eyeball that you have about a forty forty one percent lower risk of developing cataracts, cataracts, are very very common. So lowering your forty forty one percent is actually quite solid. But many of the no studies have to do with the brain. And that makes sense. Most of the information. Your brain gets is not from touch. It's not from smelling. It's not from tasting. It's not from hearing. It's from vision ninety percent of the data. You take in every day that you make decisions on that's your vision. And actually, you can see part of the brain. When you go to the doctor, and I look inside your I with that little loop directly looking at the outside of your brain fully optic nerve so bundle of nerves that come out of your brain. That's actually an extension to your brain. So it makes sense that things that could fear. I would feel brain and things that are good for your brain would be good for your eyes. And that's what researchers showing at this point. But now, they're even evaluating Luccin. And hearing. It turns out that the auditory processing part of the brain. That's called the the process of hearings called audition. The auditory processing part of brain is loaded with Lucina has to be loaded with looting. If it's loaded with looting. That's absolute proof. That's that's important for hearing. So the university of Georgia. They have a neuroscience program. They also have a speech inhering clinic. They did a study published in nutrition neuroscience, great journal. And he looked at the level of Latinas Xanten in the blood of young people and they're hearing, and there's a direct connection the higher level of Luton Xanten and the auditory processing part of the brain. The better hearing like two hundred fifty Hertz five hundred Hertz thousand Hertz six thousand Hertz. Women a lot of those hearing for having a conversation thousand Hertz. So there's light being shed now on low teen not just for memory. I'm not just for vision. But also for hearing, but that's still pretty early stuff. So the lion sherve research on low chain, and it's cousins Santo. Is vision health. But they're also finding that it's really important for your memory. And there's a number of studies coming out on that some of them are from the university of Belfast some of them are from Trinity College Dublin. Some of them are from the Waterford retinal research institute. Probably the most advanced vision research institution on the planet. Some of them are out of the university of cork lot of university of Georgia Athens, Georgia. But other places too. I'm just giving you the people that are doing the most research on Lucina bring. So this is the Irish adult study it's over four thousand Irish adults. They're living at home. They're not an assisted living home to not a nursing home still living at home. So the healthy. And looked at the amount of low tune in the blood. And the brain function and a found there was quite a connection. So let me explain that. Before we go further. They found that you can correlate the amount of Latina in your blood to the amount of Lucia bowl on that reflects the amount of Latina brain. There's a connection. So if Lieutenant your is law, which also low in the brain that's going to be low in your blood. Also, so simple way to to evaluate Lieutenant made algorithms mathematical predictive models, they have algorithms for looting content of the blood plasma compared to the amount of Lieutenant of brain compared to the amount of Lucina knee is and it works. It is does forecast a healthy amount of losing concentration. So in a study of over four thousand community welling older Irish at show that the low team was was really important for many types of memory. There's will form a memory like this crystalline memory? Short term memory, long term memory. Globally Latinos important for memory, the Zia's anthem was a little different. It was how quickly to brain process info. So that was very interesting. So they both apparently have activity in a brain. We've known now for several years, but it seems Luccin somehow protect memory cells makes them work better. Where does his aunt and makes them work fister? So that's an interesting thing. I don't leave the house without taking low teen take it every morning. What my breakfast all all tell you. Why? When you're young you can absorb lateen easily. From your food. So when you eat a salad or broccoli or spinach. Or kale you getting a little team? So if you eat those foods, commonly four five six times a week you getting looking for some reason when you hit your fifties. A nobody understands this yet as harder to absorb lateen from food for some reason as you grow older, you're absorbing less and less looting from your food. Now, most of the research indicates stuff for your eyes, you need about ten milligrams a day, especially if your eyes are kind of worn down. They're having some kind of condition you need about ten milligrams Latina day, but they found that older adults and their fifty sixty seventy s even with a good diet. They're only getting about two and a half milligrams of lateen per day from their diet. So we're not getting enough. The other problem is that many older adults around starting groves like twelve stuntman simvastatin and Rasul Staten these take Latino a body. So it's kind of a double whammy one. You're not absorbing enough looting from a food anymore, and to whatever you are. Orbiting your statin cholesterol, lowering drug is removing the body. So it's not good. So I'm not on a starting my cholesterol is fine. Michael schrool is foreign only to stop. But I am older. So I take my team plus every morning what my breakfast, it's the Latinas Anthon and one of the fish oils, that's important for the brain on the eyeballs called DHA that's been proven to be functional in the brain. According to you and clinical trials all three of these ingredients on a looting, plus h s have been proven to be active in an humans and beneficial humans. So his second one. As looking at keratin noise and cognitive function among US adults keratin awards are usually yellow orange reddish. Their pigments and flowers and vegetables and sometimes fruit like the red stuff and tomatoes, which is a fruit is like a pain. So in things like kale, and collard greens and broccoli brussel sprouts. There's an orangey reddish one called Luton. You can't see it because green stuff overpowers. But it's in there. So his journal nutrition Noor science, it's university of Wisconsin. They have a visual sciences department of the parliament of ophthalmology, David Shepherd geriatrics and gerontology department are working together. This is the university of Wisconsin and Madison, Wisconsin. And I said dietary Karaj may limit Nora neuronal damage in other words damage to your nerve tissue in your brain serving as a modifiable risk factor for cognitive decline without a risk factor for cognitive decline brain function decline that you can't modify growing older, but but a risk factor that you can modify is something that you either start or stop like stopping smoking as a modifiable risk factor. So getting more knowledge is modifiable risk factor because protect you from cognitive decline. So they they looked at the intake of low chain, Angie Xanten in relation to brain performance. And the names survey the name is a national survey. It's it's very useful. You could get a lot of data out of it. Now. They found out they they estimated the amount of Lieutenant is Anton from food and supplements and a large group of people over the age of sixty and they gave them all different tests like like fluency tests, and they gave them test a test air debris in function. So it was a twenty eight hundred older people hire and take a Latina, and she has Anthony from food and supplements associated with better scores on each test. So there is something. There is a connection. There is a connection. Two relational memory crystalline memory to how quickly to brain works to remembering words to to matching things lateen clearly is needed for brain function. It interacts with a lot of things for good brain function as also needed for vision. And the evolving evidence is also indicating it's important for hearing. So we have low teen plus h x special today. It has ten milligrams a lateen at has two milligrams anton-, and it has fifty milligrams of DHA because the Latinas aunt and under DHA interactivity is for good vision on the interacting brain for good, mental health, and for memory functions on executive functions of solving problems at cetera and all three of these ingredients that are in this have been used in human clinical trials for both memory and brain health and also vision, and I hope so I know they work, and I know that the dosage it's one capsule of it's all you need you need more than that. But you take it with food. You take it with food. So let's go to for a little bit early cherry invite health..
"luccin" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Helps to protect the arteries and the heart just like Luccin helps to solidly protect your brain and your vision. But like a pin also has an impact on men's prostates. It helps prevent their prostates from swollen. And it's been shown in a number of human clinical trials to be correlated with a lower risk of prostate cancer. And it also gets into the skin underbrush where it works as an anti inflammatory effect like lycopene in your skin. I mean, it's unbelievably powerful. To protect your skin from the sun and aging discoloration etcetera. So you get all of these wonderful ingredients and a core multi. But you also get some key activated B-vitamins this is important because they help lower your homocysteine. Homocysteine is a bad metabolites. It's a bad byproduct. Of protein utilization. It's a bad dangerous byproduct. And when the when the homocysteine in your blood is elevated, it's pretty toxic. They've correlated with damage to the brain and an increased risk of depression and Alzheimer's disease damage to the back of the is which is bad when you're aging because that's when you could go blind due to damage is it's a condition called age related macular degeneration and diabetic style of diabetic retinopathy, duck logic takes place in the back of the is is connected to bone damage in a broken, hip, and inflammation and damage in heart and B-vitamins, lower homocysteine. And we have the activated version of the B-vitamins lower homocysteine. We have the activated b twelve called mythical Bellman, and we have the activated folic acid called Quattro Foley, which very powerfully reduce. Homocysteine lowell. Let me read a couple of letters a couple of studies on that. High dose B-vitamins now when you take the end Vicor multi you're getting high dose b vitamins they're built on their. They're built writing this is David Smith. He's a researcher over Oxford University one of the leading research institutions on planet earth. It's an proceedings of the National Academy of sciences. That's the American Academy of sciences. And he said and those with high homocysteine levels once again homocysteine is dangerous bed by product of protein metabolism. And it happens because you can't activate UB vitamins, some people genetically cannot activate their vitamins or additionally, they may not be taking enough b vitamins, and those his what he writes, and those would high homocysteine levels the specific areas of the brain associated with Alzheimer's disease, shrank eight times more slowly than those taking B-vitamins than those on placebo. So he took a hundred and fifty six people they were elderly. They had mild cognitive impairment. That's the stage before dementia. That's the stage before Alzheimer's. So he took one hundred fifty six people. With mild cognitive impairment, most of these people will develop Alzheimer's because their brain shrunk Demery stinks. They gave them B-vitamins lowered their homocysteine. And prevented their brain from shrinking at an accelerated rate at an accelerated rate, that's because of helping prevent the mild cognitive impairment from progressing into a much worse stage, which is called Alzheimer's. So here's another one. This is from the. Tufts University, they have their human research human nutrition research center on aging Tufts University. It's an a journal of the American geriatrics society. And if you lack b twelve. You have a worse decline in brain function in elderly people. I'm not even going to redo the study. I mean that tells you everything right there, if you if you lack b twelve deactivated version of b twelve in the brain called methyl Bellman, you're going to have problems with your memory. So here's another one. But now we're gonna go into bone health. We're looking at homelessness team when you eat protein. And you lack certain B-vitamins sometimes you can't activate them that's change. So we have the actor formula. And sometimes you just don't get enough of them. There's plenty in here in our core. Molten you develop homocysteine, so besides the bad affects a homocysteine on your brain can actually shrink your brain and contribute to depression, anals, hummers disease. It also damages your bones because it inflames the bones, and you lose minerals out of bones, the bones, get kind of wretched. So here's the journalists nutritional metabolism, it's Wenjun engine university. That would be over in another lunch the division of human nutrition. They looked at twenty eight Yeomen clinical trials. Broke them down into different things and four studies people. There was a drop in fracture risk proportional to an improvement and serum b twelve levels. Serum b twelve improved. There was a reduction in fracture risk why? Because fee, twelve lowers home assisting, but you have to activate it. We have deactivated. Former coal multi now in an additional analysis of eight human clinical trials. A modest increase and fracture risk with each increase in homocysteine levels. So as you're homocysteine went up your risk of a fracture up as b twelve one up your risk of a fracture went down. That's based on a review of twenty eight women clinical trials. So here's another one. This is the journal bone. At nine studies fifteen thousand people in the nine studies, and it showed. There was a big increase in fracture risk tied directly into an increase in homocysteine levels. For instance, if homocysteine was elevated you had a sixty seven percent increased risk of a hip, fracture, hip, fractures, can have terribly serious dangerous consequences. Because the homocysteine breaks down the collagen fibers in your bone, and you start to leak out the minerals. And by the way, the connection between a broken hip and a stroke a lot of people who break their hips die from a stroke. Is elevated homocysteine it explains part of the connection between a hip fracture and a stroke because the homeless sixteen flames, your bones, and you weaken your hip, and you can have a hip fracture and homelessness teen flames brain, and you can have a stroke because the blood vessels are inflamed. And they form a club and you bring so here's the journal neurology..
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"Brand new insights with VSBN vision care, doctor, Robert mice Meisel is back with us here and something that a lot of people, especially as you get older a lot of people here about macular degeneration, and you mentioned it in a couple of the other segments. We've had as well. But what is that what is age related macular degeneration well in a very simple term at the loss of central vision. So the peripheral vision nearside vision does not get affected, but the macula which is about the size of the pencil eraser is where your best vision comes from. Macular problems occur. And is that preventable at all? Well, yeah. A certain way. Yes, there's already Jerry factors. But things like smoking is one of the worst thing you can do if there's any hereditary disposition. But my style changes exercise diet all things that can help. Minimize? I won't say three pack but minimize the macular degeneration AMD recall. Yeah. You know? It's so interesting. I guess really not shouldn't be surprising that everything that you can do to take care of your body. Also takes care of your eyes. Yes. Exactly, exactly. When you get your them, certainly the doctor can check in any signs, and there are some very new instruments that are being used and many clinics to see this even before there any clinical signs things that will go below the surface of the retina to actually see it was a person is. -ceptable to macular problems. So if you are susceptible, you can actually slow the onset. Well, again, there's a lot of supplements that are of that again would add things like Luccin vamping. The system. In fact, it was a very large study done many years ago. Alex updated regarding the use of supplements, including thinkin vitamins. So again, there are things that you can do to slow progression. Fun is not a good thing. Ultra-violet damages bad for many parts of our body again, not generation either. So once you're diagnosed with macular degeneration, Dr Meisel, what are some, of course treatments. Well, again be difficult to supplement fantasy. Acceptable person. Now, there are other types of treatments that are injectables into the system actually getting a little squeamish about this. They actually do inject a medication into the. Yeah. My mother-in-law actually went through that. And I can't even hear about it. But again, it's it's something where you just want to do the treat the underlying problem in some people the diabetes or problems like that are not being well treated sometimes action. Exacerbate the problem or make it worse? I mean, you know, the the thing that we keep coming back to get that exam. Dr Meisel ESP vision care gives a lot of exciting things for our particular audience. Can you talk about what you guys are doing? We.
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"So far true energy. I gave people my story. I tried to true energy for the first time Wednesday afternoon. My kid was married last Saturday, and it was so much fun. It was great. And he went to Iceland. They're up in the Arctic circle for their honeymoon. But, you know, Rex you pick up nicely, and they have all those outdoor thermal pools, you're actually swimming in the middle of winter, you know, outside in any event. It's been tiring is a lot of people that have come over. Plus, we've started a new radio program that I'm doing live shorts. An additional three hours live radio. I'm each week. Tiring so Wednesday, I kind of felt really mentally tired. I just needed more rushed. And I couldn't get it. Because of so darn busy right now with work. There's so many things that have come up. So I took the true energy and suffer vessel. I opened an envelope. And I add a little water about four inches of water at about one o'clock. And I didn't keep track of it. Because I was really busy. But I think it was about ten minutes. Maybe fifteen minutes, my brain more energy like it felt fifty percent more energy. So not quite there. But it felt much better. And I should wow, that's a real improvement. And then about a half an hour after I took it my brain was back to energy, and I don't mean like like coffee energy. I don't mean like caffeine. I don't mean that hyper kind of energy that nervous energy. I mean like real like rusted calm focused energy. There's a bunch of adopted Jinja near there's panic Jensen. There's the Viking ginseng, which is rodeo, and there's L Fini from the tea plant and just calms you down and makes you more focused on helps you get pissed at physical and mental fatigue. I mean, it's great. I should you know, what maybe other people are going through what I'm going through. Maybe just, you know, all the winter cold and darkness, and the snow and rain and everything maybe people could use us today. So you don't take it every day. You take it when you need it when you're fatigue like when your brain's tired. I thought I'd need to envelopes. I thought I'd have to take an envelope at one and then like taking second info at four not at all. At six thirty. I was still sitting at my desk. Totally with it. Like this great sense of wellbeing. This really good sense of wellbeing like wellness, and I went home, I ate dinner with my family because we still have guests from out of town. We lost some guests from Vermont that leaving tomorrow. After my kids wedding. They were here for wedding, and I ate dinner with them. And then I went back to work. I had so much energy. I worked with like, I think about nine thirty. Actually started preparing for this program. Stay night. Putting all my ducks in a row, you know. So the true energies on special bone powders on special it's very clean as no. There's nothing bad. There's no leading it like some some some calcium products have led at has the whole mixture of nutrients you need to build bone. They all work together. You take a once a day, it's a powder. So it's easier to swallow and because it's a powdered social easy to absorb phone. That's on special. And then I started talking about our vision formula, the macula H X tablet, an immaculate advanced H X vegetable capsule. And basically what you're doing is. You're putting things back in the body that belong in your eyeball. So let me talk about that for a minute because I have to move on. I can't spend a lot of time on a vision formless today. But I'll read you couple letters, maybe a studier too. When you were young. It was very easy to absorb certain nutrients from your food that were needed for good vision. Zinc. Luccin Zia's Anton. But as you grow older, it becomes increasingly more difficult to absorb these from the foods. I don't know why. But it's true. And they see that people who are elderly on the same diet as young people they absorb less looting and zinc from shaming. Check coach. So what happens not enough is reaching the I and you start to develop damage to the little organs in the eye and that affects your vision. And you could develop blindness age related macular degeneration or you can develop cataracts. And also you've. Euboea is an infection of the front of the I in damages to crystalline luncheon accordion, you could go blind. It's the second most it's the second leading cause of blindness in aging people. The nutrients in the macula, we're putting them back into your bloodstream and then enough of them get accepted into the eyeball, and they refurbished little organs in the eye and a rebuild them. And your vision improves, and it helps prevent the diseases and blindness blindness for major lead degeneration blindness from UV ida's or vision loss from cataracts. So here's one of those studies. As from Moran. I center university of Utah school of medicine. Estimate pigment. Imaging an average to trial. It shouldn't have journal investigative ophthalmology and visual sciences. It's a recent study as part of the average to study some of the participants in the arts to study, they gave them ten milligrams a Luton and two milligrams of Zia's Anton every day. To see if it would improve their health versus people in the same age group that were given placebo. Yes, it absolutely improved their health. It was reforming the health of the little important organs in the I needed for good vision. And in those who supplements of with these keratin Lloyd's the tissue in their retina was unusually healthy. Then their peers under age group and this actually affected their vision. In a good way their vision. So here's the clear study in the journal also investigative ophthalmology and visual science at university of Manchester in England. And it's patients with age related macular degeneration leading cause of blindness in an aging people, and they gave him either real looting or placebo. Latinos rebuilding that fell safe. The failsafe filter in there. I that keeps blue light and sunlight radiation Audi. I told them macular tissue. And it improved it over a one year period by forty percent was rebuilt. In other words, parts of the breakdown with age the looting on its own was rebuilding them. And as it rebuilt them at actually improved their vision. And instead their vision worsening because we're starting to develop by disease their vision was actually improving. Open. So here's like really dynamic research as from JAMA ophthalmology journal of the American Medical show as Harvard University and Brown University. It's over one hundred and two thousand nurses, pharmacists, medical doctors. Followed for twenty years. If you had sufficient Lieutenant she is Anton at reduced your risk of going blind by Wapping forty percent in aging people, all you're doing is putting these things beckoning either belong to you. And his last one I'm gonna read you Lieutenant. She is Anton reduced the risk of cataracts. They reduced the British journal and nutrition day reduced risk of cataracts by up to forty two percent. So we have a mixture of things in here. Lateen zinc Z is Anthony that have been shown to help prevent blindness and UV Ida shoe via discloses twenty percent of all cases of blindness prevent fighting blindness from aging age related macular degeneration and helps slow down to pick. When you're the Ida you call a cataract. And I really haven't left myself enough time to read you the letters. I have a ton of. What I have to do is move on. So we have the mackerel. We had an immaculate Vance to Neo and a vegetable capsule.
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"Change. This country. Use campaign and first time voter Meriem lachey would likely applaud too. But right now, she's got a problem on hands. Nigeria's independent national electoral commission has failed to deliver her permanent voter's card. She's checked three times. She says in vain, which means she doesn't get to cost Havana's. It broke my heart to know that I couldn't vote it's a single voice. But it means everything to me because I feel like that's the power of the young people. So I'm really heartbroken, but she's not giving up low. She says she's an observer in tomorrow's crucial elections, and is encouraging other young people to vote on mass of feB Akwa stopped NPR news, a Pooja now to growing worry about women activists in jail in Saudi Arabia, one of the most prominent the woman who led the fight to lift the female driving down in the kingdom is one of them the band's gone, but she's still in prison and relatives say she's been tortured. NPR's Jackie Northam has the story. In twenty fourteen Luccin, Al hustle copy, hind the wheel and drove from the United Arab Emirates into Saudi Arabia. A video showed her wearing sunglasses a head scarf in a huge smile on her face. It was considered a breeze and act and the ultra conservative kingdom in landed. House Loule in jail for a couple of months, but she continued to battle for the right to drive then last may just weeks before the ban against female drivers was going to be lifted. Hus- Lule was arrested again, along with other women activists, I think that Saudi Arabia has felt threatened by the activists and their positions. And I think they're trying to teach them a lesson Hooper Jamal has been a friend of Liu Jane hustles since they were both at the university of British Columbia Jamal is part of a Vancouver. Based activist group called friends of Lou, Jane, I felt compelled to join friends Jane simply as someone who has watched her. Over the years, grow her activism and someone who took a huge risk to advance women's rights in our country. And now is facing the most heinous injustices Jamaa beliefs house Lule was arrested because crown prince Mohammad bin Salman did not want. Anyone else getting credit for lifting the driving ban? She was outraged when vogue magazine hype the changes in the kingdom with the cover of a Saudi Princess behind the wheel of a convertible, the friends of Lujan group parody that image with a photo of a woman driver wearing a free. Jane t-shirt shirt photo was then published in teen vogue house. Loose situation. Got even more attention after journalists Jamal kashogi was killed at a Saudi consulate in Istanbul. There was suddenly a lot of worldwide. Attention not just to kashogi case, but also Saudi Arabia's humans rights record. So a lot of people were talking about the detained activists in. In November Amnesty, International and human rights. Watch issued reports about mistreatment of the female activists in prison, Adam Koogle with Human Rights Watch says the allegations were firmed up by us. Little sister Leah who wrote an op-ed in the New York Times. She revealed that Jane had told her parents that she suffered brutal, torture, including beatings, waterboarding whippings as well as electric shocks her. Parents noticed that she was trembling, and she couldn't sit or stand properly on a recent visit to Washington, Saudi minister of state for foreign affairs auto algebra says authorities are looking into allegations of mistreatment, but he defends the women's incarceration saying, they're a threat to national security there were attempts to recruit individuals in sensitive positions and to take sensitive information and pass it on to hostile entities inside Saudi Arabia. So there's more to it than meets the eye. You bear sit. Evidence would come up at a trial the ten. Ten months after their arrest. The woman haven't even been charged and there's growing pressure on Saudi Arabia to release them, including editorials in major publications last month. And impassioned Twitter thread about hus- little and her husband a comic went viral, its author was crooked. Dell a writer and producer in Los Angeles where he met the couple a few years ago without trying to own a room they owned the room in the most lovely gracious likable way Redel says the couple were excited about creative projects they were going to work on. But that's over now that has Lewis in prison and her husband is keeping quiet. They were not advocating for overthrows, they love their country. They just wanted to be able to live in it. A little more equally Redel since he was stunned and gratified his tweet captured worldwide attention, including celebrities and politicians, but he says more needs to be done to ensure Slough and the others are released from. Saudi prison. Jackie Northam, NPR.
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"It's an Brandon. That's right near Tampa. And it's the Brandon Westfield mall and my right near the apple store were right near the app. We're right near Dick's sporting goods were right there in that quadrant. Trough you park near Dick's sporting goods and enter and you see the apple store, it's right in front of Dick's sporting goods. Just look to your left and you'll CDN vital. And I'll be there. Thursday, the seventh through Saturday the ninth in the store she'll come by. You know, I love it. When I go to these stores, we have two stores in Florida one in Boca Raton, one in Tampa. Well, Brandon which is right near Tampa. Saint Pete Clearwater general. And I love going there. First of all, meet new people, and that's always cool. But second of all I'll see people that. I also council up in New York, New jersey. You know, people that I she like in the spring summer and fall up here. I go down to Florida, and they stopped binding. Oh, jerry. I haven't seen in two weeks. I show up in Forest Hills recently. And now here you are in Tampa. But also what happens, and I love this people. I haven't seen for ten or twenty years people who retired and moved to Florida. Sara soda or Tampa or one of those places and they come in and show. You know, I heard you have a store here. And I heard you on the radio. I'm listening to you on the radio. Run a couple of stations down in Florida. And they combine she me, and I go, wow. It doesn't mean we lost contact like they Email me or they call me on the phone, but we haven't seen each other because they moved to Tampa or Shane Pete. And I'm up here. So I'll be in the Tampa area from February seventh Thursday until February ninth, which is shattered. And then they go home because my birthday birthday's coming. My wife wants me home. He wants me home from my birth. I could kill us about by birthday. But I make believe I'm interested for my wife. There's a nutrient that's really important for the eyeball at twelve looting. And it's cousins he is anthem related pigments and fruits and vegetables and Ed yoke and stuff like that. She got him and spinach and broccoli and egg yolk in pistachio nuts and thing. And they're really unbelievably important for the eyeball, but they're also really unbelievably important for the brain. So ten years ago if you had asked me about the I am I first eyeball formula. I made in about nineteen ninety with Lieutenant g Anthony in the formula was called MacKinlay checks. But in one thousand nine hundred ninety we knew nothing about the lieutenants us being important for the brain. We had no idea we didn't know, but it makes sense in the world that it would be the only part of the brain you could she would out doing like a pet scan. Or or surgery is the optic nerve. The optic nerve behind the eyeball is actually a protrusion out of brain directly looking at the brain, someone the optometrist. Dr looks inside your eye with that little scope looking at the outside of your brain short makes sense that things started good for the eyeball would be good for the brain. I mean, they're connected. They're right there. In fact, most of the brain information comes from the eyeball. Like doggies with dogs. It's more sense of smell humans, which are vision. Usually. So I'm going to read you some studies. I just picked out a few. I have bundles of studies on Lieutenant g Shenton for memory for and it's across the entire. Spectrum of your life from your baby until you're ninety from your infant to ninety Latinas important for you bring for instance, when college students are stuck indoors. You're studying for your law degree or your study for pharmacy or medical school, or whatever it might be. They tend to develop myopia nearsightedness there either develop properly and their twenty they found out if if there's enough Lieutenant their blood, they're they're much less likely to develop myopia myopia is the technical word for nearsightedness where you can only she things up close to you. So that's interesting. And then there's other studies using our looting looting were shelling today in college students when they go on and we'll d screams. The the the blue light emitted uses up the Latina near eyeball on their brain on both. There is in their brain get fatigued. And when you give them a looting shop lament it takes away, the I fatigued and the brain fatigue that's caused by being on their computer screen or being on their dare dare their video games screen, or whatever it might be. And in babies Latinas, the dominant pigment in the brain of protects your babies developing brain is really important across the entire life. Of course, your entire life. That's why mommy she were breastfeeding. They really have to eat their green leafy vegetables. 'cause you wanna make sure you get your feeding be some looting and the breast milk. So here's the brain imaging and behavior journal this is about a week ago. This is a week ago. January twenty fourth. It's the department of psychology university of Georgia. George Washington University, which is in Washington DC, Massachusetts General Hospital and also Harvard Medical School, the institute of gerontology university of Georgia and the bio imaging research entered depaul de coverdells center in Athens, Georgia. And they're talking about how we know lieutenants are important for. Eight benefit I Health Day, shade Trump paraphrasing. Otherwise, I'm going to read you a whole power grid. That just says the same thing in fancy technical jargon. So they said, hey, we know that loon and she's benefit beneficial health. They shut down. I mean, you can look at the study you can go look at study. So they took older people that lived at home. These people were not in nursing homes or assisted living homes recall them community dwelling, older adults would Amine ages seventy two after mean ages seventy two they're going to be between sixty and eighty. There were randomly assigned Luccin ten milligrams. And she is Anthony two milligrams. Or a placebo for a year. Now, they happen to be using our looting. And a study they happen to be using looting because university of Georgia. Studies diluting we use at Ludi match twenty twenty and also disease. Anton, we use it's called is Anton twenty twenty. So they gave him ten milligrams of Luton and two milligrams was just like our capsule just like the capsule we have on special today. And they said that the Luchina Stanton day, she here's one here's what they found. All as you grow. Older. You start to lose brain power takes time to figure things out. You're forgetting details you're not focusing as well. Your attention span might be shorter. So what they found is the way to Luton Xanten compensate by not for that is bringing back old networks. They're bringing back older networks data short and a function again and restoring brain health brain function memory functions in older people. That's a very interesting study. So here's a second one at university of Illinois. This is at urbana-champaign because there's a lot of universities of Illinois. Like, there's one in Chicago. And you're looking at older people and the amount of Latina near blood older people any mental Lieutenant near bought blunt edged a journal frontiers in aging neuroscience, I love this journal. So they're looking at the amount of Lieutenant their blood, you mental Latina consumed the amount of Latina, they're supplementing with and they found it preserves crystallized intelligence crystallized intelligence. So what's that old stuff? You've learnt over your life. Putting it all together and using it. Like how to drive to a certain restaurant how to get to you brother's house three states away. I mean, that's what crystallized intelligence they found that a direct relation between eighteen and using your brain to. Here's another one. This is a great Irish study. They're doing really good studies on aging and bone health and vision and memory Arlen do university of Belfast Trinity College in Dublin university of cork and Waterford retinal research institute are are working together duty studies to great job. So it's Northern Ireland and Republic. And they said higher blood levels.
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"Bringing you the next generation of health information here the healthiest two hours on radio. Our diet tip of the week. The snowman says stop having intimate dinners for two unless of course, there's another person at the table beside you a lot of people eat for two people, and they're they're only eating for themselves. All right. You've heard of people being put on life support when faced with a health or medical crisis. But there's also something that will enhance your life possibly making it longer and healthier. And you can do it yourself put yourself on a health span support nutrient program like those found in televised. And here to tell us more is the formulator of televised. Rob Martin, rob. Let's let's go nutrient by nutrient if we have time just very briefly and talk about the fourteen key nutrients in this formula the formula that's going to lengthen telomeres, and and it's fully researched and tell us why these are so effective and doing that. Yes. A new you hit on important issue before that ingredients for productivity evidence-based. The ingredients have to be identical to the study in terms of the form of the ingredient and the potency precise. Unfortunately starts you products out there like that. But everything we haven't hit thirty nine ingredients are evidence based let specifically at the him. Promote is this all listed on the website? We get all that all those addresses later, but we're totally transparent. We're the most transparent people you'll see everything about the product the supplement packs on and on and on. Plus, I have a video library with all sorts of issues related to this. Okay. You were talking about vitamin d now you have to be up at the two thousand are you level of vitamin d to have an impact on telomeres studies? Tell us this incredible study from two thousand seven and this is in the American journal clinical nutrition, they looked at twenty one hundred sixty women, and it was it was amazing how high of vitamin d levels were related to. Fewer aging related changes in their DNA. But guess what they would more likely to have longer telomeres, in fact, five years different in telomere, h that's just one ingredient a five year difference in telling your agent, in fact, we we also get the same study with the same result, we green tea, but what's interesting here in another study here, they say, the researchers say our data suggested vitamin d may improve telomere maintenance and prevent cells senescence. Now, we talked to all right? Yes. Counteract the celebration of cellular agent raspberry troll. Of course, we all know that it's the longevity nutrient were nutraceutical why people drink red wine. But unfortunately, it takes what thirty or three hundred glasses of red wine to give you an effective daily dose. Right. Yeah. Yeah. You'll liberal blow up. Exactly that's for sure. So we have the raspberry. I don't have to be labor that everyone knows that. It's a powerful life extending ingredient. Then we have things like elk harnessing, you're not gonna see CARNOT saying in a multivitamin, but we have it because it has been shown to protect and Layton telomeres. It's a wonderful ingredient. It's fights collide -cation, which we could do a whole other show, right? Very dangerous thing they've been your body. And so it's fight stack. But it also will extend those that we have natural wonderful under the great detoxify as Clara Clara, one of the reasons, it'd be toxic side. So well, the cleans your cells because it clears out damage DNA including telomere lengths late today. It's a it's a remarkable substance. And so we have it in their again, all based on research studies, not just you know, hippy dippy do. All right. The next house that grape seed polyphenols now OPEC, those are the active ingredients grapeseed polyphenyls, they are perhaps amongst probably one two or three most powerful natural substances. We know and these old PC's really I have a tremendous impact on your DNA. And you're telling me you're late for tickets oxidative stress free radicals. And so it's in there like museums in there. It is a wonder substance also, and it among many things magnesium. Does it really helps your body repair damage DNA, very important in telomere lengthening, El Nino, other ingredients combinations of ingredients like, for example, when you put Luccin dancing and vitamin steets together, which we have in there that also is associated with longer tell them you're late in elderly people. Should we want to help people that are not just twenty five years old and running marathons in looking like ATI built us? We we're dealing with people had a baby boomers and seniors. And I'm particularly interested in looking at studies that impact them, not not, you know, young Jim rats, and all I'm looking at studies professor Bruno that really impact people in the middle years and an elderly. That's what people need to help and prevention and help, and you know, a lot of people, rob if I could just energy. A lot of people listening saying, oh, my doctor says if I eat a good diet. I don't need supplements. Let me just. Talk about vegetables because nobody eats enough green vegetables. Right. And I'm looking at some of the ingredients and the televised product and a looting in particular, which you just mentioned also which is found in green vegetables. Here's my guideline for the amount of vegetables that people eat what people wanna do is double the amount then add twenty percent, and that's probably the right amount of vegetables. They actually need to be eating for optimal health. Nobody eats enough. And the average American gets like twelve percent of the recommended daily number of servings of vegetables, they they really need for good health. So it's wise to as an insurance policy to take something like this, which you're going to get and Latinas great for eyesight and a lot of formulas contain it. So I mean, there's so many. And you don't get vitamin wrist unscrewing all the separate bottles. I mean, this would cost you five times more than if you bought all these things separately. Right. I mean, there's no doubt about it. And there's a lot of things to be healthy vision, CNN, Sandton and other ingredients are and all of the the great probably funeral things. They would degrade seeds and all that we have in here that will help division, and you you recommend that you take what I took to this morning of the televised. And then I wouldn't take one with lunch. So is that about the right spacing of it? Everybody's different. I mean, it's in three small tablets, as you know. And they're easy to swallow and pharmaceutical grade some people who eat three meals take one with each meal that way you keep your blood levels up throughout the day. Right nutrients, you know, discipline, certainly. Some more than others. Dissipate. Quickly spread it out. Okay. Everyone's different. Okay. Well, this is this is interesting. I have an article in front of me about slashing stress with mid day. B's meaning B-vitamins adrenal glands. Release hormones called glucocorticoid, which I'm sure you're familiar with that help you sell through the day hectic days by raising your spirits coming your nerves and shielding your brain from negative effects of the hormone cortisol. The problem is that because corticosteroid released dips in the middle of the day leaving you feeling stressed and kind of edgy Japanese..
"luccin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Health information here the healthiest two hours on radio. Our diet tip of the week. The snowman says stop having intimate dinners for two unless of course, there's another person at the table beside you a lot of people eat for two people, and they're they're only eating for themselves. All right. You've heard of people being put on life support when faced with a health or medical crisis. But there's also something that will enhance your life possibly making it longer and healthier. And you can do it yourself put yourself on a health span support nutrient program like those found in televised. And here to tell us more is the formulator of rob Martin, rob. Let's let's go nutrient by nutrient if we have time just very briefly and talk about the fourteen key nutrients in this formula that televised formula that's going to lengthen telomeres, and and it's fully researched and tell us why these are so effective in doing that. Yes, new you hit on important issue before about that ingredients has to be for product to be evidence. Based ingredients have to be identical to display in terms of the form of the ingredient and the potency precise. Unfortunately few products out there like that. But everything we haven't here all studying at ingredients are evidence based let's let's tell him you promote. What is this all listed on the website? We give it all that almost addresses later. But we're totally transparent. We're the most transparent people you'll see everything about the product the supplement facts on and on and on plus I have a video library where all sorts of issues related to this. Okay. You were talking about vitamin d now you have to be up at the two thousand how you level of vitamin d to have an impact on telomeres studies. Tell us here. There's an incredible study in two thousand seven and this is in the American journal clinical nutrition, they looked at twenty one hundred sixty women, and it was it was amazing how high of vitamin d levels were related to fewer aging related changes in their DNA. But guess what they would more likely to have longer telomeres, in fact, five year difference in telomere aged? That's just one ingredient a five year difference in telling your agent. In fact, we also get the same study with the same result, we green tea, but what's interesting here in another study here, they say, the researchers say our data suggested vitamin d may improve telomere maintenance and prevent cell senescence. Now, we talked to all right? Yes. Yes. Counteract the celebration of cellular agent raspberry troll. Of course, we all know that as the longevity nutrient were nutraceutical, why people drink red wine. But unfortunately, it takes what thirty or three hundred glasses of red wine to give you an effective daily dose. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you're liberal blow up. Exactly that's for sure. So we have the rest virtual I don't have to be labor that everyone knows that. It's a powerful life extending ingredient. Then we have things like elk harnessing, you're not gonna see how Karna saying in a multivitamin, but we have it because it has been shown to protect and Layton telomeres. It's a wonderful ingredient. It's fights like -cation, which we could do a whole other show. Right. Very dangerous thing they've been your body. And so it's fights that but it also will extend those Taliban. So we have natural wonderful one of the great detoxify as Clara Clara, one of the reasons it'd be toxic to so well cleaned your cells because it clears out damage they were selling the DNA including telomere length. Late-inning? It's a it's a remarkable substance. And so we have it in their again, all based on research studies. Not just you know, hippy dippy do. All right. The next. How 'bout grape seed pod? Females now OTC those are the active ingredients grapeseed polyphenyls, they are perhaps amongst probably one to three most powerful natural substances. We know and these PC's really have a tremendous impact on your DNA and tell them you're late for tickets from oxidative stress free radicals. And so it's in there like museums in their made easier, it's a wonder substance also, and it long many things magnesium. Does it really helps your body repair damage DNA, very important in telomere lengthening, L other ingredients combinations of ingredients. Like, for example, when you put Luccin Johnson and vitamin seats together. Right, which we have in there that also is associated with longer tell them you're late and elderly people. We should we want to help people that are not just twenty five years old and running marathons and looking like bodybuilders, we we're dealing with people had a baby boomers and seniors. And I'm particularly interested in looking at studies that impact them not, you know, young Jim rats, and all I'm looking at studies professor Bruno that really impact people in the middle years and an elderly. That's where people need to help and prevention and help, and you know, a lot of people, rob if I could just interject here a lot of people listening saying, oh, my doctor says if I eat a diet, I don't need supplements. Let me just. Talk about vegetables because nobody eats enough green vegetables. Right. And I'm looking at some of the ingredients and the televised product and Luton in particular, which you just mentioned also which is found in green vegetables. Here's my guideline for the amount of vegetables that people eat what people want to do is double the amount then add twenty percent, and that's probably the right amount of vegetables. They they actually need to be eating for optimal health, nobody eats enough. And the average American gets like twelve percent of the recommended daily number of servings of vegetables, they they really need for good health. So it's wise to as an insurance policy to take something like this, which you're gonna get the and Latinas great for eyesight and a lot of formulas contain it. So I mean, there's so many, and you don't get vitamin wrist unscrewing all the separate bottles. I mean, this would cost you five times more than if you bought all these things separately. Right. I mean, you know, there's no doubt about. And there's a lot of things that'll help you visualize Sandton and other ingredients and all of the the great probably funeral things degrade seats and all of that we have in here will help vision, and you recommend that you take what I took to this morning of the televised. And then I can take one with lunch. So is that about the right spacing of it? Everybody's different. I mean, it's in three small tablets, as you know. And they're easy to swallow and pharmaceutical grade some people who eat three meals, you can take one with each meal that where you keep your blood levels up throughout the day. Right nutrients, you know, distant certainly some more than others. The water soluble dissipate quickly spread it out. Okay. Everyone's different. Okay. Well, this is this is interesting. I have an article in front of me about slashing stress with mid day. B's meaning B-vitamins adrenal glands. Release hormones called glucocorticoid, which I'm sure you're familiar with that help you sell through the day hectic days by raising your spirits coming your nerves and shielding your brain from negative effects of the hormone cortisol. The problem is that glucocorticoid release dips in the middle of the day leaving you feeling stressed in kind of edgy Japanese. Researchers say taking a B complex vitamin at lunch stimulates glucocorticoid production in as little.
"luccin" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Brain. It's good for depression. It's a great supplement. Very safe are ubiquonol. We have a sixty milligram. I we have one hundred and twenty milligram. I take two hundred and twenty milligram every morning with breakfast because I'm turning sixty five and I want a young heart. But also gives me energy. The last thing on special this morning is our vision formulas are macula formulas. It's important. They're important products. It turns out watch good for the is is good for the brain. Which may shoulder sense in the world. I never thought of dislike ten fifteen years ago. But recently, it's come to light. It makes sense. Sighted people people had vision about ninety percent of your information comes from your vision, unless you're listening to the radio that would be your hearing. But normally in a day by day basis. Ninety percent of your information is coming through your vision. In fact, one the eye. Doctor looks inside your eye with that little sculptor actually looking to actually looking at a party of brain the optic nerve, which connects tobacco the idea brain is actually a protrusion directly out of your brain. So it turns out the nutrients very shame. Nutrient started good for your eyes are good for your brain. And that goes without exception. I'll car with a LA vitamin E vitamin c. Right down the line, zinc selenium. So if you take these vision formulas, they narrowed an aging brain now, why do I say that? Custody absorption of some of these things declines with age. We don't know why. For instance, there's a pigment and vegetables and certain foods called Luton. And the research shows you need about ten milligrams a day to address the health of aging is secure vision health to help protect efficient, otherwise they're more likely to develop cataracts, glaucoma age related macular degeneration, which is the leading cause of blindness and aging people UV Itis, which is responsible for about twenty percent of all cases of blindness and aging people, you'll be Odyssey's inflammation in front of the I h will innomax legit generations damage in the back of the day. Could both lead the blinds. So Latino helps prevent both of those. What they found is people even on a really healthy diet, a really healthy diet spinach, broccoli what a salad egg yolk shoulder. Good stuff that contains looting. They only get about two and a half milligrams absorbed every day into their bloodstream, whereas you actually need about ten milligrams. So what it becomes really important, in fact, downright responsible to take a lateen supplement after the age of fifty. There's Manny Manny Manny human clinical trials. Showing that when you give Luccin to aging people versus placebo versus no looting versus a fake pill. The health of their is improve the anatomy of their is is made younger, and as the health of their eyes on the anatomy of their eyes, improves care fishing gets a little clearer effect. They found that older people with myopia nearsightedness and it wearing glasses. It improves benefited glasses and improves their best corrected vision..
"luccin" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
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