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"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

01:51 min | 8 months ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

"And thanks to you for listening. If you're looking for some practical tips to help you get started on the Anti Diet. Path grabbed my free audio guide. Seven simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food just go to Kristie Harrison dot com slash strategies to get it that's Krista Harrison dot com slash strategies. If you've gotten something out of this podcast please help us reach more people who need to hear the Anti Diet message by sharing this episode and subscribing to the pod on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast platform. Whatever that may be you can see all the places to subscribe Christie Harrison Dot com slash subscribe that's Christie Harrison Dot com slash. Subscribe to get full show notes from this episode including all the resources we mentioned plus a full transcript head over to Christi Harrison DOT COM slash. Two thirty that's Chris. Harris Dot com slash. Two Three Zero. And to get the transcript. Just scroll down to the bottom of the page and enter your email address. This episode was brought to you by thread up shopping. Sustainably just got a whole lot. Easier and more affordable with red up the world's largest online thrift store get an exclusive offer of an extra thirty percent off your first order when you go to thread up dot com slash food psych. That's T. H. R. E. D. U. DOT COM Slash F. O. D. P. S. Y. C. H. For THIRTY PERCENT. Off Your first order today terms. Apply a big. Thanks as always to our editor and sound engineer. Mike Lalonde our community and content Associate Vinci. Trae an administrative assistant Julianne Motassedeq for helping me out with all the moving parts that go into producing this show every week. Our album art was photographed by abby more photography and designed by Melissa Allom. Thanks for that new logo. Our theme song was written and performed by Caroline. Penny packer rigs. And I'm your host and producer Christie Harrison. Thanks again for listening and until next time. Stay psyched.

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

"Not GonNa let something else. Steel Steel that energy. I agree. I feel the same way and I think part of that may be as deepening my values and like a lot of therapy on sort of like what my values are care about and healing from this feeling of like. I have to have the life. That looks like what I'm told. It has to look like in order to be worthy or have to have the body. That looks like what I'm supposed to look like in order to be worthy. I think there's a lot of healing that had to happen before I could even get to the values part and get to the place of like. Oh yeah a truly have no desire to go down this road even stuff like I mean I M on facebook for my work technically like when I post instagram it automatically goes to facebook but I actually haven't checked facebook and weeks because I'm just like I have no energy for that. I have no desire for that. You know see that little icon and I'm just like no. I'm going to look at other social media from time to time but it doesn't call to me and having that sort of relationship with even that as example compared to in the past when I would see facebook and be so compelled to go. Check it again and again refreshed and like share post and stuff. It's just a very different feeling of like the desire just literally isn't there and I think that has been for me. The sort of most powerful thing about recovery and about like deepening my understanding of diet culture and all of these intersections. We've been talking about with like patriarchy. And misogyny and the oppression of people with vaginas people assigned female at birth people who are feminine the oppression that happens to anyone who's feminine in our society understanding that I think been so helpful in just really putting a bad taste in my mouth for all the stuff that dia culture demands of us that Patriarchy demands of us. And just like you know like I.

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"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

02:42 min | 8 months ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

"Feel like it's very sincere from him so excite went through. My Body changed the time between in these last five years. And he's always been authentically attracted to be in. Had Been Really supportive of me in seamy a sexy and it's not a you know. I don't WanNa like say like it's a if a man thinks you're sexy than it's all good against just like a good. It was just sort of like okay. I don't have to worry about the city more and I just stopped worrying about it and then I kept stopped. We stopped worrying about it. And now it's I don't worry about it anymore. I love that. It sounds like the context of your life changed in order to facilitate that which I think is so true of a lot of people certainly there are people with eating disorders that become really entrenched where the circumstances of their life may change to facilitate more intuitive eating and they aren't able to recover in those sense in those circumstances. But I think in a lot of cases especially when it's sort of when you've already recovered from like the worst of it and you're in that middle ground of disordered eating diet cultural beliefs still internalized but not like fully in it. When you get into circumstances that help you not feel as pressured to buy into diet culture and it should also be said you have an. I have been privileged where we're not people who were in larger bodies told to lose weight shamed by medical doctors. You know all of that stuff that I think is a circumstance that makes it much harder for people to really heal and click back into intuitive eating so like yes it sounds like the you just sort of fell into these circumstances. That really furthered. You're already present desire. Maybe to just let go and stop caring so much about that stuff and you you are able to find a a situation which could like. Oh yeah so. I've been a mother for five years so throughout that time I became like really fascinated with and have built my business around Canada or at least my public. Instagram personas Talking about all these ways in which MOMS are still being pressured to conform like to serve the Like body image mentioned like this body back thing and it's just not it's so it becomes like so starkly dob and silly and then just all these kind of like competing things that are supposed to make you a good mom like you're supposed to both go back to work after twelve weeks and exclusively breastfeed for a year. So how are you doing both of those theoretically? That's possible but it's like.

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"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

"Just didn't see me anymore. They saw me as like a caretaker for the baby. And you know of course. People are really obsessed with the baby it. Why should they be? Babies are awesome. But if it's your thing you really like the I just felt like I had I was invisible for a while for a long like months and months and so how that related to like my relationship with food was actually a positive thing as far as I'm concerned definitely when I was pregnant. I didn't have the impulse. I know some women go through this thing where they're like well now. I can eat whatever I want. I didn't have that because I didn't for the first time I felt like I actually went with. What did I feel like a and it really got triggered by the wording sickness all day because I just wanted to eat but I wanted to eat and then if I I didn't eat and that was the kind of the first time ever done and I was thirty three years old. It was the first time since I was a toddler. Maybe just kind of eight when I felt again if I didn't feel like they didn't eat that gained weight. And they measured the fetus. That it was aiding waiting so nobody had a problem with that and then when he was born and liked that so I continue to approach food that way or a had learned. That's kind of part of the way that I just. I just decided I mean I had like I said I didn't therapy for so many other issues in really improved like a lot of other areas of my life improved. I think by self esteem especially so I just kind of was like this is good in. I stopped eating myself. I got rid of scale I just was like I really care at care. How much way like what? It felt like very awesome. It felt like very esoteric like weighing yourself. It's like you know if I get on a scale and then I wait a certain number lake that seems to have nothing to do with anything else in my life. It doesn't have anything to do with how I feel or.

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

02:42 min | 8 months ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

"Brain base to that. I'm so curious how you got to that place and also want to dig in more talking about pregnancy and body change and change in your relationship with food through that. Yeah I don't let's talk about it. Maybe like talking about it so I wanted to get pregnant. I got leaked. It was a play. I was planning. The plan went according to plan. I got pregnant and so that was great. Did you have to do anything? Change anything in your relationship with food or exercise or anything in terms of getting pregnant like I know you said you had irregular periods and stuff leading up to that. Where did you have to like? Open Up to more foods or give up more restriction in order that fertility specialists at we go so what I was going to do is get on it. Which is something episodes. See with ovulating regularly so we were gonNA start this whole thing and then I got pregnant before me really. I'm so lucky I mean I know. A lot of people who struggle with infertility night was but I I had period and then I guess I obviated I got pregnant and it was just like just happened because we were using protection because we wanted to but I didn't think I would get pregnant and then did and that was it so I didn't actually have to think too hard at it. Yeah I was very lucky. Felt really happy about it because I struggle with. I mean I struggled Zaidi my whole life but I had a ton of anxiety about that but it just happened it so I just went with it so no I didn't. When I was pregnant I had a lot of morning sickness in the I mean. It's not morning sickness again. I hate these euphemisms like. It's an all day. Sickness is what is to be home to be called night sick. This like you know middle afternoons so I felt like trying to say and there were certain foods. Many many foods set me off like lemon ginger Like those actually calmed my nausea. Everything else. I couldn't eat pork. Certain foods just made me go like actually throw up smelling them so that was interesting because nothing like that's ever happened to me. I've always because it struggled with like disordered eating. I've never been somebody who likes you. Know forgets to eat thoroughly I eat through stomach flu in a hut but this was like I really be interesting. But what happened when I got pregnant that I felt like The most shocking thing was inhabited both pregnancies in in when I was in New York in my second tiered San Diego where I look now Just the medical stuff so you get treated really. Interestingly I who had episode and my husband is a physician by the way so I have nothing against the.

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"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

01:44 min | 8 months ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

"Reclaim your time money. Wellbeing and happiness through intuitive eating which is now available wherever books are sold. It's really essential reading if you listen to this podcast because it does a deep dive into the history of Diet Culture and the ways that it harms us and how to heal your relationship with food in your body and really all the stuff that we're always talking about on this podcast. But instead of having its scattered across several hundred podcast episodes. It's now all in one place in written form although I do also read the audiobook if you like listening to me talk and there's also tons of new reporting in the book as well. I've actually had quite a few regular listeners. To the podcast as well as some of my fellow health at every size professionals who've been in the field for decades tell me that they learn so much new stuff from this book even though they already knew a lot about intuitive eating and health at every size diet culture and all the rest. So even if you've listened to every single episode of the POD and taking notes you'll still get a lot out of this book just go to Kristie Harrison dot com slash books to get it or walk into any bookstore and ask for Anti Diet and by the way. If you've read the book already loved it as I know a number of people listening ear have. I would be so psyched if you left an Amazon review and marked the other five-star reviews as helpful. Those reviews helped more people. Discover the book which helps grow the Anti Diet Movement and ultimately helps make the world a safer place for people of all shapes and sizes including the very largest sizes. So thank you for reading the book or for planning to read the book if you haven't already and I'm so grateful for all of your support and now without any further ado. Let's go to my conversation with Maggie Frank Shoe so tell me about your relationship with food growing.

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"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

"A chance to have it answered on an upcoming episode. Go to Kristie Harrison dot com slash questions that's Christie Harrison dot com slash questions. And then. If you WANNA ask me any question you want and have me answer a lot more quickly than I can on this podcast. You can join my online course. Intuitive eating fundamentals there. I do a monthly Q. And A. Podcast. Just for course participants. Where answer all of your questions every single month and you also can listen to hundreds of answers. I've given to other members already so that you can work through your individual sticking points with intuitive eating and truly implemented in your own life when you join you also get access to thirteen modules of in-depth content teaching you the principles of intuitive eating plus our private community forum. That's just for course participants so that you can get daily guidance from my team and for me as well as hundreds of other supportive people and fellow course members who are on this intuitive eating path with you a member named Kayla recently shared this in the form she said I finish this course months ago and I'm feeling so great. I was super dependent on this forum for a long time. And I'm so grateful for this as a resource. I think it was pivotal in helping me recover. I haven't been on here in a few months because I just wasn't needing it as much which is so great. It's all working. I have so much more peace with food in my body now than I ever have an showing up so much more fully in my life now because of thank you thank you thank you. You've saved my life. If you're ready to join Kayla and hundreds of other people in breaking free from Diet Culture and reclaiming the life it stole from you you can learn more and sign up for the course at Christie Harrison dot com slash. Course that's Christie Harrison dot com slash course. This episode food sake is brought to you by thread up when you look at your clothes and thank you have nothing to wear. Then you know it's time for closet..

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

02:10 min | 8 months ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

"It's just to say that you have access and you have systemic privileges and benefits that come with being in a smaller body in this society where you don't have to experience that institutional level of fat phobia that third level that systemic level of fat phobia in your day to day life although you have experienced the Inter personal and Intra personal levels and those are extremely harmful to everyone so the bottom line is just that you know people. In larger bodies like people who wear plus size clothing face consistent systemic oppression not just body shaming by a few individual assholes in their life but an asshole culture. That makes it difficult or impossible to find clothes and spaces that fit healthcare. That's effective and non-discriminatory an equal access to employment and all the other basic human rights that we all deserve and the term thin privilege is meant to highlight this systemic disparity and to call out the fact that dignity and respect an equitable treatment shouldn't actually be privileges reserved for smaller body. People at all they should be universal rights afforded to everyone no matter their size so k. I hope that's helpful and sending you so much compassion for what you went through and I want to say that the Anti Diet Movement welcomes you with your welcome in these spaces that you have been through a lot in your relationship with food in your body and that you did suffer at the hands of fat phobia. Even though you're not in a larger body but you also have thin privilege and other ways to there's there's lots of nuance there and all of it is welcome and all of it is supported as long as you can just acknowledge the fact that you do have these unearned privileges of moving around the world in a smaller body. Because I think it's really important for those of us in the Anti Diet Movement. Who have that privilege right? The privilege of not being subjected to systemic fat phobia just acknowledged that that exists and acknowledged that we have unearned benefits under the system of oppression that people in larger bodies. Don't get and that sucks and we WANNA fight to make sure that everybody has equal rights and equal access to all the things that we all deserve to submit your own question for.

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

11:46 min | 8 months ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

"In your truth and so much more. I can't share a conversation with you in just a moment but first I'll answer this week's listener question which is from a listener named K who writes Hi Christie. I love your podcast and I especially appreciated her answer to the listener question in episode. One seventy nine in which you explained a bit. About what thin privilege means. The term thin privilege is a huge impediment to me wholeheartedly stepping into anti diet culture. Here's a bit about where I'm coming from. I've spent decades recovering from life-threatening Anorexia. I grew up being called terrible weight. Stigmatizing names by my father and criticized and derided a great deal by him about what I ate and about other things as well when I look back on photos of myself as a child. I suspect you would say that. I always had then privilege but even when my weight was dangerously low and I was not far from being hospitalized and family members expressed their concern to my father he would snort in my hearing that that was nonsense and I could stand to lose more weight so while I've never had trouble fitting into an airplane seat or finding clothes and I've never had a doctor. Tell me to lose weight. I've not been exempt from the suffering. That comes with believing. I'm unlovable and despicable because of my body. Size and eating habits. It seems to me that thin privileges in the eyes of the beholder. It comes across to me as a blaming and shaming label and seems to whitewash the suffering of any woman who is not of a particular size. What is that size anyway? What is your body? Have to look like? Or what is your experience to be to put you into the category of thin privilege or not. Furthermore I think the term thin privilege puts people in a double bind invisible at best and scorned at worst in the anti diet world and fat in the Diet World. I would love if you could devote a segment to thin privilege and what it means. Perhaps my reaction to the term has been shaped by my experience and there is a more nuanced or benign or positive way to understand what it means with thanks K. so thanks K. For that great question and before I answer just my usual disclaimer. That these answers and this podcast in general are for information on educational purposes only and are not a substitute for individual medical or mental health advice. So first and foremost I just want to say that I am so sorry you had to go through all of that as a child. Your father sounds really abusive and no one should have to experience. That kind of fat phobic bigotry no matter their actual body size and so it doesn't matter what size body you were in when you were being called those names that was fat phobia that was being hurled at you and it was abusive and bigoted. And not okay. So I definitely don't want to discount the harm done to you by that abuse because you absolutely were the victim of fat phobia and in this case. It was the fat phobia of apparent who clearly had his own issues and was taking it out on you right. You didn't do anything to deserve that. Nobody does anything to deserve that kind of abuse or any abuse really but also there are ways in which you do still have unearned societal privileges by virtue of just living into smaller body and none of that negates the abuse you went through it just nuances at right. This is so nuanced. It really is not black and white but lots of shades of gray. I think that's really exemplified in your situation so talking through those nuances. I think it'd be really helpful to refer to a concept developed by a friend of the POD and three time pass podcast Virjee Tovar whom I quoted in my book on this topic and the concept is called the three levels of fat phobia and the idea is that although people of all sizes can definitely be stigmatized for their size. People in larger bodies generally experience more weight stigma across all areas of society than those in smaller bodies and especially in these three levels of fat phobia and the three levels are the intra personal or within person level the interpersonal or between people level and the institutional level so the first level the interrupt personal level is about how fat phobia affects people's self image. And that's the kind of internalized weight. Stigma that basically all of us have right. The vast vast majority of people in this culture have experienced and probably everyone listening to this podcast has experienced regardless of their actual size. And the fact that we pretty much all have some level of interpersonal weight. Stigma in our society is one of the hallmarks of living. In Diet Culture now the second level the interpersonal level is about how other people treat you and perceive you. People in smaller bodies may experience fat phobia on this level for sure like when someone in their life foist their own disordered views onto them. Which is what happened to you with Your Dad K. And sadly this often happens when a parent or caregiver has an untreated eating disorder or body dismore via of their own that makes them see their child as unacceptably large because a lot of cases they see their child as an extension of themselves but it can also happen when apparent has other mental health issues that make them abusive and the abuse just happens to take the form of fat phobia at times because that's a very common form of bigotry and Diet Culture and so you know if people are seizing on something to us to abuse another person with fat phobia can often come into play there so for the most part people in larger bodies are the ones who bear the brunt of fat phobia at this second level the interpersonal level. So think about bullying on the playground. Fat phobic comments from lots of family members. Maybe not just one or two teachers and other authority figures telling you to lose weight all of that stuff right but interpersonal. Fat Phobia can also definitely happen to smaller bodied people in specific ways. Like the one you're describing K. So you definitely had this the second level of fat phobia aimed at you. And then the third level of fat phobia which is called institutional fat phobia exclusively affects people in larger bodies and that's the experience when physical spaces like airplane seats and restaurant booths and M. R. I. Machines are not able to accommodate you or when you can't find close large enough to fit you at mainstream stores or when you don't see people of your size represented in the media except as harmful stereotypes or when you're barred from getting appropriate medical care because of your body size all of that is institutional fat phobia and K as you acknowledged. You have not experienced that type of fat phobia. You've not experienced institutional fat phobia the way people in larger bodies have because that really is exclusively aimed at people in larger bodies and the flip side of this institutional fat phobia is thin privilege. It's the privilege that comes from living in a small enough body not to have to deal with those institutional levels of fat phobia like airplane seats and closed that don't fit and doctors blaming every ailment on your weights and peers systematically shaming you for your size and not being hired a jobs as frequently as you're thin peers or being paid less when you are an all of the countless weight related microaggressions and forms of discrimination that larger body people face every day as they move around in the world. So that's what I mean by thin privilege is that you're not having experience institutional fat phobia and thin privileges not perfect term. Because when you're not used to talking about privilege and a social justice sense it can seem like it means that life for thin people is all sunshine and rainbows which it's absolutely not having thin privilege doesn't mean that you've never had any body image issues or that you've never struggled with disordered eating or that you've never been bullied or shamed by individual bigots and abusers for your size as you were having thin privilege doesn't mean you've never experienced that first level of fat phobia right the intra personal or within person level and it also doesn't mean you've never experienced the second level of fat phobia interpersonal level that you've experienced k. but it's only larger body people who experienced that third form of weight based discrimination or fat phobia which is that it's institutional and it's directed against you at every level of society so you can have thin privilege and hate your body you can have been privileged and still be made fun of for the size of your body by individual assholes and jerks in our culture and what's more having thin privilege doesn't even mean that you feel thin and in fact. I'd wager that the vast majority of people in Diet Culture never feel thin even those within privilege even those who are insulated from that systemic or third level of fat phobia and you know K. And your experience I can definitely understand why you would never necessarily see yourself as thin or quote unquote stand enough because of the abuse that was hurled at you by your father from a young age and that meant that idea of yourself as quote unquote too large has really lodged in your psyche as the anonymous writer. Your Fat Friend Brilliantly. Put it in one of her essays and I would definitely recommend reading her for a lot. More on these ideas about thin privilege and body size and weight stigma she put it thinness is always distant. Unattainable A- punishing standard. That few feel they can meet so people don't feel like they're thin or quote unquote thin enough in our society to have thin privilege but like any other kind of privilege fin privilege actually just means that by virtue of some characteristic of your body in this case being below a certain size of certain body index that you have greater access to resources and face less discrimination out in the world then people without that characteristic and specifically you're subjected to less of that third level of fat phobia that institutional fat phobia then people in larger bodies are you. Don't phase institutional fat phobia. You may face interro personal. Fat Phobia right internalized weight stigma and you may face fat phobia from individual assholes in your life. But YOU'RE NOT GONNA face this systemic discrimination based on your body size and you know this idea of thin privilege to describe something. Systemic is similar to how we use the term male privilege to talk about the societal benefits afforded to SIS gender men in our society so that even if they hate themselves in all kinds of ways and even if they feel uncomfortable in their masculinity SIS gender men are still more likely to be paid more for equal work than people who are not says gender men and says gender manner still less likely to be sexually assaulted and they're still less likely to face all of the other systemic discrimination that ciswomen and Trans People face in our society. That's just the reality of it. That's just the reality of living and Patriarchy of living in this system of oppression directed at anyone who's not as gender man and so that's not to say that this gender men don't have their own issues they certainly do. And you know a lot of SIS. Gentleman's struggle mightily with mental health issues and even with eating disorders and with you know things that are oftentimes directed more towards this gender. Women are to Trans people right like the brunt of diet culture falls on Gender Women and Trans People but that does not exempt men says gender men from falling into the trap of Diet culture as well and you know for any social justice discussion that we're going to have any discussion of systemic oppression. The flip side is really systemic privilege. And that's things like white privilege right. White privilege is the honor and privileges that come with being a white person. In this racist society able bodied privilege the earn privileges that come with being able bodied in this ablest and discriminatory society against disabled people. There's all kinds of unearned privileges that we talk about in social justice circles that don't negate individual people's experiences of hardship in their life or of being subject to bigotry by people who are bigoted and abusive and not good people. So it's not negate what you went through to say that you have been privileged..

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"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on Food Psych

"This episode of Food Psych is brought to you by book Anti Diet. Reclaim your time money. Wellbeing and happiness through intuitive eating which is now available wherever books are sold just go to Kristie Harrison Dot com slash book to order it online or pop into your local independent bookstore and ask for Anti Diet. Welcome to food sake. Podcast about intuitive eating health at every size body liberation and taking down Dia Culture I'm your host Christie Harrison an anti diet registered. Dietitian certified intuitive eating counselor and author of the Book Anti Diet. Join me here. Every week as I talk with fellow anti advocates about their journeys toward peace with food and their bodies and by the way on this show we bleep out diet culture stuff like wait and Calorie numbers. But we don't censor swear words or other adult language solicitor discretion is advised Hebert welcome to episode two thirty a food psych. I'm your host Christie Harrison and today. I'm talking with Maggie. Frank Shu an email marketing strategist and copywriter who is also a former colleague of mine from Gourmet magazine. Ten to twelve years ago we discuss her eating disorder experience and recovery. How pregnancy and motherhood changed.

"maggie frank" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Pleasure. Maggie to have you with us. I want to go back to this Endo Kinabalu aid. That's a big word. Can you break it down and give us some of the basic information about it? Please. L Endo means internal an nab annoyed is part of the system the end Endo Nabet system, so we essentially make internally made ten avenue. Or cannabis like substances. System users fees Endo Cavanaugh humane, the internal balance of every single physiological systems and every single function those systems are responsible for whether you're tossing neurological how hormone function response to stress that house, immune inflammation, this system keeps them all fouling, more balanced. They are the healthier. They are. And so. What works for me? This is why this is so important to have this conversation because I know many people who have tried. The products all products, and they say, it doesn't work for me. It just doesn't work. It doesn't work for many people. The first time you use it. When you find the right dose. It does work and I'm talking about for humans as well. As for animals, and I have an example of a friend of mine who's dog is sixteen and she's a little bit of a thing and she gives her tiny tiny amounts of oil on her biscuit. And that just that little bit. Stops her from acting having a compulsive obsessive disorder. And when she doesn't get it. She goes back to it. So it's it's so fascinating. How her Endo cannabinoid system? Disney's that little bit every day. I see that in not only animals, I see that in human. I know for myself that my response to stress the my ability to be more present with my family with my child with my work that ability to stay focused today internally motivated to do things like get up and go to work to go to the gym stay healthy. All of those things are easier for me when I take small amounts as fight of math. I see BDO's amazing. But I do believe that it is the concert of author constituents. Whether we're talking about other Canaveral like CD or we're talking about the Turpin veteran enhance xtrac. I think TV is amazing. But I do think that a lot of what we see with CD whole spectrum stack is happening because of the thinner just stick way that those constituents work in the plan. Yes. Yes, I find that. I need small doses throughout the day for me. And then I take a little bit more before I go to bed at night. And that really just allows me to just chill and go to sleep without the thousand things running around in my head. Hey, it's so interesting everybody is so different. I can't take it after three pm because it gets my mind really working. I get real interesting. I'll permit I take all my ABD earlier in the day. But my husband's a lot like you. He takes it at night before he goes to bed because it relaxes his body and his mind, and he he's able to get a deeper, wait. Yes. Yes. So and you don't know this until you play around with it. But we must stress that ever whatever you're doing explain to us. Why full spectrum that word full spectrum? Hemp is important. But when we look at how France and work, they always works best when they're working with cofactors L when we look at Iceland and research often, we need very high doses of these isolates in order for the body to know what to do with them. Whereas one week a plan, we leave halls we have all of these different lamb aspects working together, we often find that we need far. Lack of all of the constituent because they're working as a team. We most definitely see that with CD when we look at the isolated CBC research that's done on a ninety nine point nine percent. Isolated molecule off. We see people need very high doses of that molecule, but when we look at whole plant full spectrum aspects people are taking far lower doses of the CD and getting an equal if not better results with outside effect because the plant is strong with this other constituents CBD's only one of over five hundred molecules naturally occurring a hemp extract. It just happened to be the one where gutting and talking the most abou- we believe that TV sciences that every single constituent. Is there for a reason and mother nature was brilliant? She knew what she was doing when she evolved have support vertebrae and mammals in general. And I just want people to know that there are edibles that that are made with C. They don't RT. Pictures. There are top goals. I mean, there's like have lots. Yeah. Go ahead. I'm sorry. Young capsules dummies. I mean, the sky's the limit. And so it's up to you to figure out how you want to use it, and there's also lotions for people for skin. We're hearing an awful lot about the beauty aspects of of ham oil CBD. And which is very interesting new research. And then we're also hearing that for pain the topical use. I have a an elderly friend that uses the plus. A bomb? You might you make a bomb that she puts on her neck that gives her the relief that she's been longing for years that. Nope. Pill could ever touch. Yeah. Often for people who are dealing with localized shoot issues that they want fast relief to and that one specific place. It's best applied topically. This has yours depositing. This DVD or hands extracts dove Rakkli into the tabloid receptors. That are here. Yes. Maggie smith. Alway Maggie, Frank. I always want to call you the actress Maggie Smith Maggie Frank national, educator sciences, always wonderful to have you with us. Give up a website. Please. WWW dot. The oil dot com..

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"maggie frank" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:08 min | 2 years ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'm back. This is cannabis talk eight with Frankie Boyer. Joining us. Now Maggie Frank national educator for CV sciences, and she has been passionate about educating us about CBD, the Canada dial part of the plant and Maggie welcome back. Always wonderful to have you with us. We have so much to talk about. But if you wouldn't mind just giving us some of the basics, and the and we just had a wonderful conversation with Cassandra farrington from marijuana business daily, and how the industry is growing, and it's just becoming this real business model and twenty five thousand people coming to to show, and it's very exciting. But your here to share with us about how this works. And why it's so. Exciting and why people are getting relief from sleeping from. Anxiety from all kinds of stomach issues. I just heard someone that had Crohn's disease. Cd oil was so beneficial dogs are pets it goes on and on and on so welcome to the welcome to the program. Thank you so much Frankie. It's always great to be with you. So give us give us a real quick history of how how of how we where we are. And how would evolve to please. Well, you know, we have seen cannabis and in all of its forms throughout history. I mean, we go all the way back to the message Catanians, and we see cannabis being is not only in the riot as textiles food at livestock feed building material, but we also saw cannabis in medicinal forms. That practitioners were giving out anything it's back in this country as well. In fact, we see the very first case of research with cannabis oil what we now refer to as hemp extracts for CBD rich humble all the way back in eighteen forty doctor WB O'Shaughnessy found it beneficial with a three month old infant for what we would now call epilepsy. They called it seizure disorder that. So we had a long history with this plan. And we see it to superior from the American landscape in nineteen thirty seven in all its forms and really over an eighty year prohibition of all things cannabis have place in this country. So this isn't new we're simply being given. This back were returning this to the food supply. And because these Fido canal like CBD plant first cabin on eight are supporting a system that every mammal you were talking about humans, but also animals like our dot our cats are horses are Guinea pig. Every mammal within it has a system called and go canal system and these cytokine avenue, I accept we find in cannabis hemp. Essentially are the perfect SuperFood to keep this nature system healthy. And when we get it healthy, again, we see all of these symptoms that we struggle with dissipate. Right. Maggie I met someone who's so frustrated. He's so frustrated he wants to scream because he says we're we are doing a terrible disservice because we're not having enough patients coming on the air. We're not having enough information from patients because the the the problem, very, it's a it's a real problem is that my sweet spot. What works for me is not going to work for you. And so no two patients are going to be alike or have the same results. It's almost like when you see one when when you see one person with autism. They say. You see one person that every case is so different. One hundred percent. And that's because our Endo can happen within the system that the Fido can happen connecting to they're all very different person to person some of us have a lot of receptors reaching out for canal than some of us are in really low supply at those receptor sites. Some of us have great circulation of canal making them more making our bodies, better using them. Some of us have terrible circulation of receptors some of our receptors are reaching out there helpfully regulated they're saying hi here. I am. I wanna be your friend and other people have receptors that are down regulated in there hiding making it a lot harder for CBD to find that. No two people are ever going to respond the same way to the same del. I'm not can be frustrating for people that honestly, it often shocks people and talking to. But it really is my favorite thing about that. Because I believe we got where we are right now because we handed our health over to other people with this. Nobody can walk you through this. You have to reconnect to let your body's telling you, and you have to figure it out which honestly empowering yourself and your house is the first step to actually achieving your health goals. So for someone going through. I it's been a very stressful time for me in my life. So I have increased my CB option. I've had to. And I just took us. I just took a CBD plus gold one of my favorite products from CB sciences this morning, and I normally don't take one so early, but I did this morning. I I'm increasing it throughout the day because I have to I'm I'm under that kind of stress. Yeah. Yeah. And I know my body is like screaming, please. Please. Please. Give me more. Give me more. Give me more. Now, I will not be high. I will not fall asleep. It will not change. It will not change anything other than it will allow me to deal with the stresses on a. A better level. Don't you think a hundred percent that CBD's systemic heating and snap annoyed? Is regulating a part of your body puppet. HP a access and the HP a accident. How're potties respond to stress? So if our HP a accesses fortify, then we're gonna respond to stress in a much healthier web. So by giving your body more CBD, you're raising the probability is that stress not being asked catastrophic cure system. Yes. Yes. And it means that I'm not going to scream so quickly. And I'm not going to be so short tempered. You know? That's what happens when I'm stressed. It's like grapes cascade. We're at the edge of our row, then we rage usually on the person who doesn't deserve it. And then we have guilt and guilt crepe stress which creates cortisol which makes situation worse. So we're more likely to rage on another undeserving person. Right. Exactly. I was talking to our stuff onto the universe. Instead of finding good ways to cope with it. I was talking to a young girl who is trying to help me with the with an order. And she kept saying I'm sorry. She said every other sentence out of her mouth was I'm sorry. And I said, you're not sorry. I normally wouldn't have said that to her. I wouldn't have even do she? But she kept saying I'm sorry. I'm sorry. And and or she'll she said no problem now, of course, it's not a problem. That's what it is a problem. That's why I'm calling you know, and I I really took her in in a literal sense. And and I you know, I felt badly afterwards. Because and then I said, oh my gosh. I need some CV d in my body today fast. And so, but let's talk about the real story here. Let's talk about the fact that I will not get high. That's an important piece. Now, many of you out there listening like recreational cannabis, and I say go for it. Absolutely. Be responsible and go for it. Just don't don't go on the roads with me. Don't drive, please. Just don't drive, but for those of us that do not wanna get high. Hi that do not want the psychoactive part of the of the plant. The the the CBD the hemp version of the plant, and it's very confusing right now Maggie because many companies that have happened their name or not being allowed to sell product and are being closed down. And people are saying is ham the same CBD. So when we come back from break, can you expand a little bit on on what this controversy is out in about an an how confusing it is. Please. Of course. And as we go to break, please give out the best website.

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"maggie frank" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"This past sunday last sunday i gave a talk nearly four hundred people the title of the talk was aging successfully with canada dial derived from agriculture oh ham and i referenced cv sciences in the presentation significantly and particularly focused on the cbd plus cbd gold and people were excited man they they wanted to know more and so i stewart top fact called me five minutes before i was ready to go on stage literally outstanding waiting room they go on and waiting waiting in the hall and he called me and i said i'm getting ready to go up and talk about cv sciences here in five minutes and there i am standing on gear they took some photographs it was it was a nice moment people yeah yeah i told him i said you know i didn't make the the portion of the presentation on on cannabis dial complicated that's smart he said he said i i've done that and it doesn't work out the hard for the experts to even follow i kept it simple in the audience appreciate it yeah and you know students students really into the science of it as well so he gets a lawyers on space in can talk really be about the science and then you've got maggie frank oh caters she really does a good job of laying it out in layman's terms and getting people understand that almost in a schoolhouse rock candling.

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"maggie frank" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Of us wants to be with imbalanced and our endo canal system is responsible for achieving and maintaining that balance so it only makes sense that we would feed it the very best super food to feed and nourish it it's just as important as eating blueberries for your brain or curtain ads for your eyes this is kinsley just food it's a whole plant superfood just food i love that actually you can put it in your shake hemp seeds are are available but the tell us about the way in which the cbd oil works because that's is a little more profound than just putting some hemp seeds in your shake and your protein shake correct completely correct so if we buy they're delicious they're great source of healthy fat they're full of protein and they're great with fiber their nutrient rich and they support us in a lot of ways but in the case of plus tvd oil products instead of just using the seed we actually include the top two feet of the plant so you're getting some seed you're getting into stem some stock and some firing talk it's been co two extracted down into awful plant boil essentially that happens to be rich and a fido canal called ten napa dial or cbd but it also has all of the other fido can apponaug aids and natural ratios it contains plant feral and fatty acid and terp pains and calm clean vitamin e it is chess such an amazing nutrients than way to take care of the systems that take care of us every day when we come back from break we'll talk a little bit more about some of the some of the customers some of the people that that maggie frank has an opportunity to meeting and greet on a daily basis in how cbd's changed their lives we will be back in just a moment frankie boyer this is canada's talk atoz educational odyssey stay tune and.

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"maggie frank" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Welcome back it's frankie boyer this cannabis truck agency with frankie boyer and we're talking today to the national educator maggie frank for cb sciences and we're talking about cbd oil my favorite use of the plant i love cb i love him i have to tell you i love sleeping on hemp i love wearing hemp i love hemp seeds in my protein shakes i sprinkle ham on foods industrial hemp has the power to change the world has the power to change the farming industry hemp for victory celebrating its seventy fifth year i i mean it's it's very exciting what's happening but it's the extraction of the hamp into this cbd oil that we're talking about with maggie frank today in maggie i mentioned the use of this miraculously oil for kids with add instead of looking into instead of taking medication and and do you have any any information about what's happening without in your any any anecdotal or any information at all so you can quite a few studies on pubmed dot gov utilizing cd rich oil products or cbd in the case of the clinicals towards no processing disorders and my lectures are full of people i could either gotten offers medications or lessons who has been able to avoid pharmaceutical altogether and have really changed the way that they navigate whites it makes sense dvd essentially modulate all of our neuro transmitters it also helps maintain the health and her gut which we all know now is greatly connector into how we think feel and act so having something that feeds those regains that is going to result in profound benefits to how we process information and how our bodies react to stress you know we we are hearing that children this is you know why would you give a kid this but this is really the answer i think for many kids that suffer from ings iety that suffer from add in adhd and it's natural it's it's filled with good ingredients there's.

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"maggie frank" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"It's voyeurism his cannibis talk to see sinn educational odyssey into the into the new green world in including that green rule is is the foundation the sound dacian of what could have been one of the biggest boost to our economy and still can be and that's hemp and derived from hampie cbd and joining us today is um uh maggie frank maggie frank serves as the national educator at cb sciences and she believes that hemp holds tremendous process promise for human health and you know if you could share a little bit about why you got into this field in and why you want to educate us because i would love to hear how your story evolved maggie i heard what were shot i ran done in our leaving jerry pernia i grow up really back as a child i had asked run as the martin crowding airing factions and my mother here pay parfive fis their own she is definitely drank the antibiotic who laid and after years of kind of fast rain i became the ninth all of and after living in that corner salvo for a couple of years and any oral hall road rank higher body my mind my emotion for way is pow everything did a traffic whining within a year and i said he'd biology okwara edge and i knew fallon passion kind hat favorite my form i hit a sand and i was really right he hero gay unwind with a lot of freight life mart pen and um i was going to be educated at off there were a lot of all of that were part of the journey on and that nutrition lead needed that how that how apt free with the growth at quoted me and hitting important is the and you're having right now in a city that ashaari affair for a company called by how and a comprehensive whole food supplement and africa train half here if them a transition in ukraine there because my passion for the annual happen isis and had your problem.

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"maggie frank" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"maggie frank" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Eight eight seven eight five oh6 one eight josh always this you can could be frankie boyer his lifestyle ju it's a show about living in today's world by thanks tom beim is happening ranking ecclesiastical brings them amazing that collected griggs words we got run right one of reasonable she's earn lesions of loyal claims very suitable win voters will ever know what's going to happen nick viall under candle well done it is a pleasure it is frankie boyer this is kind of his talk agency with frankie boyer a show that came about because forty states in our country have some form of legalisation and there is so much that we don't know about this plant this cannabis plant including the tremendous amount of use from the hemp portion of the plant cbd joining me today is a woman who has been an educator for for a lot of years in the natural products industry maggie frank frankie's with us and she has been doing talks in educating people for a long time she joins us today as the national educator at cb sciences and really explain to us what exactly is cbd how do you use it and why is there such confusion in a bow ham hemp seeds ncb de malkey welcome to the program thank you so much for having me yeah i really appreciate it give us a little background if you will on the actual plant the hemp plant and how how this is such an important conversation and and very important for the future for farming as well while crowe iran the banner are you proud of our our our why they're worry left home at nutritional powerhouses better our thinner than our when record.

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