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Conservative Women Are Gorgeous & Can Kick Your Butt

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

Conservative Women Are Gorgeous & Can Kick Your Butt

"May I just make an observation, a general observation, and this is the opinion of Todd starns, which matters on this radio program. It's my observation that not only are conservative women drop dead gorgeous. But also, they can kick your butt. I mean, we've got some pistol pack and mamas on the conservative side of the table. I don't know why, I don't know what it is, but by and large, when you look, let's just say, and I don't mean to paint with a broad brush here, but when you look at like, you know, the liberal gals, the Mexican man shoe wearing crowd. The unshaven leg hairs of the feminist out there, and then when you look at the beautiful drop dead gorgeous conservative intellectual women, it sort of like, you know, looking at idle load, the bar scene of Star Wars. I'm just saying. It's my observation.

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FDA Slaps Warning on Puberty Blockers

The Officer Tatum Show

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

FDA Slaps Warning on Puberty Blockers

"Another article from the daily wire, FDA officials warn of brain swelling, vision loss in minors using puberty blockers. PewDiePie blockers, I'm not going to be used to scientific work because I'm going to butcher it. It was at least put out there by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the FDA, earlier this month saying that drugs could cause brain swelling loss of vision and serious risk for children injecting the hormone. It's a particular hormone that's injected so that puberty can be blocked. So that if your mama is a child groomer and she wants you to be a boy and you a girl, they give you these puberty blockers so you don't develop as a girl. After puking. Why would you need puberty blockers if you were born this way? 'cause you don't need puberty blockers, these people are insane.

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Black Family Sues Sesame Place Over Alleged Discrimination

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Black Family Sues Sesame Place Over Alleged Discrimination

"I told y'all I told y'all I told y'all, this was happening. I told you, I told you. Black family sued sesame place for $25 million. Alleging discrimination. I knew it was all about the money. And for those of you who are not familiar with the situation, it was a viral video online out in Philadelphia where I think it was in Philadelphia. Where a black family, it's just like, it's an 8 second clip. And you know that there's more to it, but you know they cut the clip. An 8 second clip showing shows a character from Sesame Street. Walking down a road only like a parade and there's kids on the side families on either side of the roadway. The camera only shows 8 seconds of the Sesame Street character, shaking their hand at high 5 and people and then they shook his hand. I don't know if it's a he or she or whatever whoever's behind the mask. Shook your hand at one group of people off camera, walked over to little girls so standing up, two black girls, they have their hands stretched out and he kind of shakes the hands at them and continue to walk. Mama only showed 8 seconds of video. I know you know that that lady had to be recorded for at least a minute. Why did she not show the full video? We all know why she didn't show the full video because she full of crap. And she's claiming that Sesame Street or sesame place discriminated against our kids.

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FNF-Radio 2 Chop & Drop Topic Talk - burst 02

Chop On It Radio Network System

09:27 min | Last month

FNF-Radio 2 Chop & Drop Topic Talk - burst 02

"Away format. Now, man, the top and drop. The top and drop topic, man. You know, last few shows we've been talking about. Secret societies, right? And we gave y'all a lot of information on some of the black societies out there because a lot of people men don't know the information about black secret societies, right? And it's been black secret societies all throughout history. So we gave you a little information on that. We are touched on that a little bit. But when people think of secret societies, the first thing they think is Illuminati. Illuminati, but they don't really know, not everybody, but a lot of people really don't know, man, the history, or any real information when it comes to the Illuminati, you feel me. They don't really understand the term. So we don't break some of that down. Man, we're going to get off into some of that good stuff. And we got that far as music for you from the number one jerk portal, only in Internet baby. And that's only really, you getting ready to get it in on this show, man. We got to chop and drop for you. We got the farm music for you. A 319-527-6057 doing any live show man. You can call in two inch and just listen. I won't put you on blast. I won't put you on earth if you do want to call in and talk me. Just let me know you want to speak on earth and I got you and I'll pull you on in. You did. We got to get off into some of this code G man. We got to get off into some of this code G and this right here. That cohort, baby. Let's get the turkey. If you stay in your comfort zone, that's why you're a failure. You won't fail in your comfort zone. Success is not a comfortable procedure. It is a very uncomfortable thing to tell me so you gotta get caught to be uncovered. If you ever wanna be such a successful person, familiar grain, so you're free. And if people don't like it, fuck it. Including using significant other. Your children. Your parents, your parents. Fuck them. If they're not with us, there are benefits. Like them. Tell us your daughter. I felt like I fell off my head to pick up the suits and put the shit up at the gym. I had a hell of a heart so they tried to call 900 me and Draco in the family mama told me go get you a job you got all of the kids too much business to handle. I was hanging with them trapping the scandals the only way I was the day with the slammer. Only way they have to get out and get it. It's kinda hard to keep haters out your business. I pull up cardi disappear with no witness. I'm from Bavaria don't gorillas and killers. I'm coming home from the heart making them feel it. Let me run it through these hoes like I'm in it running through alleyways races and trenches running for two head to hop on my fence. I had to check a nigga just the other day for Koji and his mansion. Made a call for the truth they attended. Last word on the block that he misses. If it's too hard to get out of the kitchen niggas rap rock it's life that we live in with the mop they gonna kiss and we're slipping. A lot of shots that we all might not business. A lot of shadows gonna ride it for a minute. Had a minute did she pull a minute? I done put all my time in the winter. I can't waste all my time on a bitch diamonds all of my time with a hit. I can't tell you what time it is. I was feeling my grin as a chick. I always knew I apologize feel like I fell all up on had to pick up the pieces and put the shit up at the girls. I had a hell of a heart that they tried to call natural me and Draco in the phantom. Mama told me to go get you a job you got all of these killed too much business to handle. I was hanging with them trapping the skin was the only way I was disabled to slam it. Only way they have to get that and get it. It's kinda hard to keep haters out to business. I put the party disappear with no witness. I'm from the bar with don't gorillas a killer. I'm coming hard when the heart making them feel it. Let me run it through these hoes like I'm in it running through alleyways straight to the trenches running for two head to hop over fences running from the head to hop over fences and with them baby. You can see me by myself but I'm always a hundred deep with the AK gotta watch out who you trust in the game 'cause everybody have a snake ways. Telling my family I had on the plane the new beginning trying to make change. Make change stretch a long range. I don't pay denying my own lane. Had to pick up The Rock through my own thing. I was new I would walk like propane for the crew I'm a go for the whole thing one time to accomplish commission yeah now my name in the city some of them make our penny bitches. Feel like I fell all up on had to pick up a piece of them put the shit up at the club. I had a hell of a heart that they took the colonizer me and Draco in the family mama told me we could get you a job you got all these big cats too much business to handle. I was hanging with them trapping the skin was the only way I was disabled to slam only way they have to get out and get it. It's kinda hard to keep haters out your feelings. I pull the party disappear with no witness. I'm from the bar with them gorillas and killers. I'm coming hard running hard making them feel it. Remember running through these hoes like I'm in it running through Ellie with straight to the trenches running for two head to hop on my fences. Micha has been Murphy. Femme has seen you, man. We gonna get it in. I'm gonna come to you right after the music break. I got you Thermo. Y'all remember me for everybody that just came in and dropped topics for this show, man. We gonna touch back on some black societies and we're gonna touch on the Illuminati man. We're gonna give you some real history on the Illuminati, because any time people say, secret society, they automatically think Illuminati, but they totally totally skip over all the black secret societies. It's been around since, man, it's all in the history. We gonna get to it, man. Thermo, petty Murphy, we own we why do we drink it? You already know, man, would it is? This that Koji man that caliphate. I ain't never played a sport. But I live aboard a room. Yeah. I was on the block with the cave taking no ends trying to get me an inch. Ten toes playing the coast Japan at the money like we focus. I ain't never need about you. Can't a nigga say I own shit. I made a way through the Woods with a machete. I had to go break out home to the families tired of my boots and I call it I'm ready just bring me a glass ain't smoking a letter. This bring me okay. Yeah. I put my foot on the gas and I'm looking back. I came up with a necklace for cooking that. My first plan to fuck is you looking at these bad wrestling stuff in the bitch with ass don't go pop my shit I'm a she see mother pop these days yeah I ain't even know the bitch hold 24 what you my only calling me dead ask me why I go so hard I ain't never had shit now I'm kicking shit I'm right just out in Calabasas can't remember the last time I had to hit the stash. Why go so hard 'cause I ain't never had she asked me where I go so hard if I ain't never had shit why I go so hard 'cause I ain't never had shit. 'cause I ain't never had shit I ain't never had I ain't never had a shit really had a dead so I'm right there with my bitch never turned my back now no matter the circumstances and I overcame other obstacles with the Helen bank and still I'm standing here for a reason and I'm in love I say dance so I post seasons this my testimony passed all the tests in the streets, but I ain't never test see if I could be the best of me. I just hopped out the portrait with him first. I don't fucking feel like it here first. I don't move it till I get it red first. I won't stop round until I'm in the hearse. I'm a go hard till I'm in the dirt. I was taught to go for what you know. I'm a born one I don't ever lose I learn and that's how you grow ask me why I go so hard same never had shit now I'm kicking shit and life is out in Calabasas can't remember the last time I had to hit the stash came a little bit on my mama said why I go so hard 'cause I ain't never had shit why I go so hard to play me with why I go so hard 'cause I ain't never had shit. 'cause I ain't never had shit. Do you try and lace me up bro. Oh yeah. Don't you please come and talk to me please come and talk to me please please come and talk to me. Mental health ain't feeling myself I think I need help. I ain't really myself mental health I'm feeling myself. I think I need help I ain't really myself hey hey counselor hey hey counselor won't you please come and talk to me please come and start doing please please come and talk to me I'll find telling myself I think I need help I ain't really myself. Mental health aren't telling myself I think I need help I ain't really myself. I think I need help no I don't need help how you feeling myself trying to be someone else. I'm tired of smiling when I really wanna kill people. And I really don't think it's on to my PO weed ain't easy. Let me smoke my Zilla in peace. Let me start two grams in the back one. I need kush tree just so I can sleep. I'm telling you shit get deep. I remember being locked down for 23. I remember sitting in the cell by myself. I remember listening to grown man street. We been having nightmares. Niggas don't dream. You couldn't imagine all the shit that I seen. I had to burn a couple members of my team. And a couple of the options between when they let blacks out they crossed the line. Now drinking Hennessy all the time. Need to take a shot just to get my mind right. Wind up you bet. I got murder on my mind. When I heard the news, I told them stop lying. And please don't tell me everything's gonna be fine. Miles where God is as hard as I am. If you scared go to church so baby's gonna be mine. Won't you please come and talk to me please come and talk to me please please come and talk to me mental health I ain't feeling myself I think I need help. I ain't really myself mental health so I ain't feeling myself I think I need

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New York Bodega Worker Jose Alba Charged After Stabbing Attacker

The Officer Tatum Show

01:16 min | Last month

New York Bodega Worker Jose Alba Charged After Stabbing Attacker

"The word bodega has been in the news for the last week or so. I mean, literally across this country. The viral story of a bodega worker attacked and assaulted by the boyfriend of a girl who couldn't get the chips she wanted because her EBT card was all was run out. She goes out and outside and gets her boyfriend, you know the story by now. The boyfriend wearing the $350 designer shirt from what I was what I read. So in other words, she's broke, nothing on her EBT card. He's worth a $350 shirt. He comes in and attacks an assaults the bodega owner and as you know by now Alvin Bragg in New York City, the DA there in Manhattan. Of course, soft on crime, no cash bail for anybody else, but for a guy getting beaten up for doing his job and saying, I don't want any trouble, mama. I don't want any trouble, papa. I don't want any trouble gets thrown into the racket into the wall and attacked an assaulted before he pulls out his knife and stabs to defend himself. He gets a cash bail of over $250,000 and sent to Rikers. To await trial before finally a judge said that's insane and lowered it to $50,000 and he was able to get out on bail.

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MYC Bodega Worker Tried to Defuse Situation Before Stabbing

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:07 min | Last month

MYC Bodega Worker Tried to Defuse Situation Before Stabbing

"That a New York City bodega worker charged with murder. $250,000 bond for defending his life against the man attacking him. He tried to calm an angry customer when the, when the when he ended up stabbing to death in self defense, when the man came behind the counter and attacked him, Jose Alba, 61 was freed from jail last week after his bail was allowed, following a public outcry. All but as charged with second degree murder after fatally stabbing 37 year old career criminal Austin Simon. Video obtained by the New York Post reveals the bodega worker post it does a lot of good work. A shout out to the New York Post. Was trying to avoid confrontation with Simon in the minutes leading up to the July 1st stabbing. Papa, I don't want a problem, papa. All calmly tells Simon. As the man angrily storms into the Hamilton heights bodega and walks around the counter to confront the clerk. Simon charged into the blue moon convenience store, minutes after his girlfriend tried to buy a bag of chips for her daughter, but her benefits card was declined. The woman who claimed all but snatched the bag of chips from the child is heard on the video asking Alba that you put food, all but responds that he'll try her card, another time. No words that you did you put in its four food because the card doesn't allow for you to buy a watch. Okay, did you put food? Okay, mama, let me do it another time. My God, he says to her, as she insists, there's money on there. But he scans the card multiple times and hands it back to her, telling her it's not working. By

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Hilaria Baldwin Takes on Her 'Trolls'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:48 min | Last month

Hilaria Baldwin Takes on Her 'Trolls'

"Variable. What is she? I think she's the most pregnant woman we've ever met, right? She has to be. It's just crazy the way this person lives. Mama's 6, 7th on the way, and we all know we're all suspect about where these babies come from. Does she actually do the birthing herself? It's all some came too close together. It couldn't have been done feasibly. And then she loses all this weight. 18 days later, she's slim and trim doing yoga again. It doesn't look right. It never looked right. And people are people talking. But the other day, she goes on Instagram. Even though she said, I'm taking a long break from Instagram. So she had to go on and you know why? She had to talk about her personal struggles with trolls and then how it affects her personal struggle with trolls. How it affected her. And she said she had some type of story that she wants to help people who are suffering the same plight and then the videos captured she talks about doing research on my women treat other women this way since so many of her followers are experiencing this. I'm sure you know that. There's another world this girl. Everybody's gonna bullies everywhere? No, no, no one's had bullies or no one's got radicalized people chasing them, but you, you, Hillary, you're nuts. But in a message she wrote alongside the video, she said, I share with you here some abuse of comments I get because I've learned that so many of you are suffering in silence from this kind of harassment. These people often get radicalized and online hate farms. I mean, my example make you know that you're not alone and you're always allowed a seat at the table. And this one went on and on. They've got so long and a crazy. I didn't know what to do.

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How the Gender Movement Destroys Our Society

The Officer Tatum Show

01:19 min | Last month

How the Gender Movement Destroys Our Society

"The Bible has a story about this. It's called sodom and gomorrah. Sexual immorality. We are already seeing this go off the rails. It started out with love who you love. They piggyback off to the black movement of civil rights, they piggyback after that off of that, use the leverage to then force the country to accept their own sexual deviancy in some cases and also sexual preferences in other cases. Love who you love, not ain't love who you love no more. Is that I'm not a man. I'm a woman today. And even though that's a mental illness, now I know it's not a mental illness no more. You're totally normal. Everything is totally going away with you. You don't need to talk to a single counselor. You know what you're at 7 years old, you know exactly what you should be doing for the rest of your life. You know you're about. You ain't even hit puberty yet. And you know that you should transition at 7 years old. You tell your mama that that chicken head don't know what's going on. And that you know better than she doing, you 7. Now you're still peeing in the bed. And you ain't watched a single lick or clothes you can't watch this, you don't know what you're doing with your life. But you know how to transition.

Italian expert: ice avalanches too fast to avoid

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Italian expert: ice avalanches too fast to avoid

"Original expert says a deadly ice and debris avalanche fell from Italy's mama lada glacier reaching very high speeds and involving large masses leaving no chance for hikers could get to safety A geologist and avalanche expert at Florence university tells the AP it's clear the avalanche is closely linked to climate change and he says if we do not take decisive measures to counter such effects such avalanches will become more and more frequent like certain types of landslides adds that it must be a wake-up call that this event happened during a scorching summer I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Mark Meckler: There's a Radical Awakening on Many Levels

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:11 min | Last month

Mark Meckler: There's a Radical Awakening on Many Levels

"Air, Mark, do you feel like there is an awakening in America that mama bears and papa bears are starting to get engaged that the pendulum might be slowing down and swinging back the other way? I think there is. And I think there's a radical awakening taking place on many levels, you know, I was one of the original folks in the Tea Party movement and build the Tea Party patriots. That was a big wave election back in 2010. It was a big movement. I think this is more important and bigger. And the reason I say that is not just because of the size and scope of it, but it's the age of the participants. If I think back to the Tea Party movement, I'm 60 now is about 50 when that was going on. I was young for the Tea Party movement. You know, 50 and up. If you look at the movement taking place today, it's parents with school aged kids. They're 25, 30, 35, 40 years old. That's going to have a long tail to at least people are ferociously defending their children. It's not about posterity. It's about my kids right now being sexualized, being taught, racist tenants, parents are angry, they're rising up and they're getting engaged in politics. They're going to be engaged in politics for the next 30 or 40 years. So I think this is a sea change in American politics.

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Caller: Would Non-Black People Pay for Black People's Reparations?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | Last month

Caller: Would Non-Black People Pay for Black People's Reparations?

"And I mean, I'm Irish. My ancestors suffered through the Irish potato famine, but let's get back to what how much you think you should get. I mean, I think it's fair to expect to understand you want 10,000, a thousand, 50,000, what do you think your ancestors being slaves would lead you to be compensated? How much should you get? I really can't put a dollar amount on the mic, but if I had to put a dollar amount, maybe the same thing as they gave us stimulus checks. And that could have been, that could be a pretty good amount of money. That was like, that could be what some people are getting $1200, added on every month, $1500 a month. Well, guess what? You can't put a dollar mama on with our ancestors went through and during slavery times. Yeah, yeah. Well, let me ask you this and I mean this sincerely. Do you really think the country as a whole would respond well to this? Do you think you think I'm the most Americans would be all on board with this and say, this is great. Let me pay money as a non black American. Because you couldn't have to be. You wouldn't be charged, right? I'm asking you a question with a question. Okay, good. So people complain when they have to pay extra money for gas to the government. We can complain. Well you bet we do. That's all we're doing is complaining. People can't afford to pay their pay, don't

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Why Abortion Is Not a Woman's Only Option

The Officer Tatum Show

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Why Abortion Is Not a Woman's Only Option

"Go to one of these pregnancy centers. At least talk to them. At least do the ultrasound. And they can give you options. These people who are telling you that a viable option is abortion is lying to you. It's going to leave you with a constant sense of regret and demise. There's no way in the world a mother who was built and created to bear children can murder her own kid and it not come back to haunt her. Now, some of y'all are Devils and you don't care nothing about nobody's life. You'll kill your own mama, if it means you can go to the club one more time this week. But for the most for most of us who are rational, for most of the women who are out there who are rational, don't let people lie to you. Go listen to the stories of women who've had abortions before. Go listen to how it's PTSD and suffering. Especially when you have another child.

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Pro-Choice Activist Firebombs Pregnancy Center

The Officer Tatum Show

01:16 min | 2 months ago

Pro-Choice Activist Firebombs Pregnancy Center

"Move on to pro choice activists, firebombs, three pregnancy centers. Now, what sense does it make? And this is why I think that the left is out of control fighting fascism with fascism fighting racism with racism, fighting bigotry with being bigots themselves. How in the world are you pro choice or at least you care about the lives of young women and their children if you're blowing up pregnancy centers? Now let's put this in the context ladies and gentlemen, Planned Parenthood is an abortion clinic. I don't care what they claim that they do on the side hustle. They are doing abortions. When you want to terminate life and you want to end a Planned Parenthood, then you go to Planned Parenthood to do it. Marcus Sanger, which was the founder of Planned Parenthood was a eugenicist and a racist. Everybody in their mama know that. You don't have to believe me. I gotta do is go do Google research right now. And take a little bit of search 'cause you know they don't want it on the Internet, but she was a eugenicist. All you gotta do is look at her quotes. She believes that we should exterminate the undesirable, and at the time she believed the undesirable was the black children being born. That's why you see playing parenthood's in inner city communities and why black women are having abortions at a higher rate than any other race in the United States of America.

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Why the Man Is the Leader in His Home

The Officer Tatum Show

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Why the Man Is the Leader in His Home

"I'm going to talk about fathers real quick because I don't know what it's like to be a mama. I know what it's like to be a father. I know what it's like to be a man. I don't know what it's like to be a woman. And I know what God is called us men to do. And that is to lead. The reason our society is struggling is because men are not leading. We're letting our wise lead. We supposed to be leaders. And I know some people may not like to hear that, but boo, if you a Christian, you better follow with the Bible say, Christ is the head of the church. The man is the head of the household. That's not negotiable. And if you married to a man that ain't leading, kicking in his butt and telling me to take his rightful rightful position. Men have to lead ladies and gentlemen. Get you, especially you single folks. You young women, I know some of y'all are powerhouses. I know some of y'all work hard. Some of y'all are smart. You travel, you're well informed, will get you a man that's traveling well informed. Let me give you an example. Candace Owens, for example. Now, y'all know how awesome Candace Owens is. Now, how in the world she gonna find a man, this is awesome. Her husband is one of the smartest men that I've ever met. Business savvy, good-looking, well traveled, ayy, that's what you gotta do. Candace can't be with no simp. He can't be GMB no scrub. Because then she'd be wearing a pants in her family. And I say this all the time with his power for his candidacy is when I go over their house, her husband is wearing the pants of the family. It ain't even up for question. You go in the house, you know who's the man of the house. And they don't mean that a woman can't do her thing. You see what Candace do all over the world? But she has a strong man that can lead and give direction, and she submissive to her husband.

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The One Question Chip Lake Asks Every Potential Candidate

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:03 min | 3 months ago

The One Question Chip Lake Asks Every Potential Candidate

"Campaigns are still about fundamentals. The outside messages, everything else, but there's still an inherent basis. Do you think you might have been an outsider in his messaging, but he was a real insider when it came to understanding money. The team, he had his former his cousin, was a former governor, Georgia. So there's a lot there. This leads really and it's a perfect setup shift where I want to go next for people out there because I want people in this podcast. If you're out there wanting to run for office, from someone lower offices up, especially the congressionals and others. There's a process to doing this. When you look at a campaign. Because I know how people to a candidates do it. You know, oh, I want to go win. I can win, I got you a mama almost been a win, I'm a cousin down the street and says I can do it. But when it comes to campaigns, you as a consultant, your general consultant had on, how do you start laying that out for a candidate? Because I'm concerned that you got consultants now that are seeing it almost like some of these candidates. This is easy. I can make money and I'm not really concerned about the result. Yeah, no question. I mean, you know, as I said, I'm not doing campaigns in elections. This cycle, but in every campaign that I've always done, you know, I would always sit down with a candidate before the campaign began. And I would ask them this question, why are you running? And you can learn a lot about how they answer that question at the beginning of a campaign, right? And that doesn't mean that, you know, that doesn't mean it can candidate has to answer that question. The right way. I mean, it's really, it can be a difficult question to answer because it's a really basic question. And there campaigns are ready for very difficult questions. But, you know, why are you running is it? Is it difficult question, right? Because you need to get to your message in a hurry and if you can't really explain to somebody while you're running in 30 to 45 seconds and kind of build upon it, then you need to refine that. You need to learn how to do

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San Francisco Archbishop Bars Pelosi From Holy Communion

The Officer Tatum Show

01:00 min | 3 months ago

San Francisco Archbishop Bars Pelosi From Holy Communion

"Ladies and gentlemen, I want to start with Nancy Pelosi. I know there's a lot of Christians that listen to the show. So I want to start with Nancy Pelosi and say that that archbishop was 100% right. There's no way in the world that you should be taking communion and you believe in murder and young children. The Bible speaks very clearly that God knew you before you answered the womb. You belong to God, you don't belong to your mama. Your mama is just a vessel in which you pass through. In the spirit, in which you pass through, so God can, you know, control and elevate you in your life and you have a purpose singular from anybody else. Nothing against mamas because that's a hard job and that's why women are blessed. Because they have to carry children and create them and God has given authority to women to do that. But Nancy Pelosi should not be taking communion any one of these people who are claiming to be Christian claiming to be Catholic and they're pushing abortion. You are absolutely wrong.

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The Only Way America Can Be Healed Is by Turning to Christ

The Larry Elder Show

02:15 min | 3 months ago

The Only Way America Can Be Healed Is by Turning to Christ

"Let's go to Linda in North Carolina. Linda, welcome to Carl Jackson prime time. You got the mic. Thank you, Carl. So good to speak with you. I've been listening to you I've never heard of you before. And let's now nanny 4.5. But the thing that I love about you the most, I believe you have a very personal and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. You know, knowing Jesus is like, I tell people, you know, we knew our president Reagan and we know our president Donald Trump, but we don't know them personally and intimately. But when we get to know Jesus, the Jesus, the real Jesus of the Bible, we know him personally and intimately his character becomes our character. And I sense that in your spirit and also one little word will send that what's wrong with our nation, and I've got a little thing to say, sin will take you further than you want to go. San will continue longer than you want to say. And seeing more call you more than you want to pay. A little children's school. Sandy's going upside run to the craft. I had a picture of a cross and mama and daddy in the bottom. And even in my church today, the young man has grown that was in my San Diego class. He said in a church where an Christian school and he asked him, he said, what Bible are you reading from? And he was the only one that did, he said, mom bobbled doesn't say that. But you know, we're walking Bible. America, even before The Walking Dead, we got people that are dead walking around dead. And so the cows they're dead in sins and trespasses. And the only way America can be healed is for 18° water turn to Christ to get to know him personally. And that his character becomes your character.

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Naomi Judd, of Grammy-winning duo The Judds, dies at 76

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Naomi Judd, of Grammy-winning duo The Judds, dies at 76

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"mama" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

08:26 min | 8 months ago

"mama" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"Welcome to the mindful mama podcast. Here it's about becoming a less irritable more joyful parent at mindful mama we know that you can not give what you do not have and when you have calm and peace within then you can give it to your children. I'm your host hunter Clark fields, I help smart thoughtful parents stay calm so they can have strong connected relationships with their children. I've been practicing mindfulness for over 20 years on the creator of mindful parenting and on the author of the bestselling book raising good humans a mindful guide to breaking the cycle of reactive parenting and raising kind, confident kids. Hey, welcome back to the mindful mama podcast, or if you're new, a big welcome because this is such a cool special episode. So we have in the last couple of years put together my best of episode and is simply the best episodes from 2021. This podcast has been going a while, so we want to give you a little sampler appetizer plate of the 5 best episodes, the most downloaded episodes from 2021. And we're gonna do them in reverse order from last to first. So I'm so excited for you to have this episode. And this is really a great episode to share with your friends who may want to check out this podcast and see if it is something for them and that you can learn from. So if you're that friend, hey, welcome. So glad you are here. So this is our end of the year episode. I just want to let you know before we dive in in case you have time in case there's a couple spots left. The 2022 enrollment for that mindful printing teacher certification program ends on December 31st, 2021. So if you are interested in bringing the mindful parenting curriculum to your area and it is before the end of the year go to mindful parenting course dot com slash teach, that's mindful parenting course dot com slash teach. And now we get to dive into this awesome list of the 5 best episodes from 2021 and we are going to start with number 5. Drum roll, please. Number 5 is episode 282 help kids with self regulation with the awesome guest win kinder. And her 30 years of teaching includes 16 years of mindfulness and trauma informed strategies through wellness works in schools, she's authored curricula, go noodle content, the reset process, calm, and I am. I can't, as well as graduate courses for educators and she is a master at helping your kids regulate their feelings. And what you're going to hear about is a piece of a larger conversation. And hearing about matching kids emotions to make them feel seen and hurt and that power of that so, so cool. So join me at the table as I talk to when kinder. Regulation is really a big thing, because if we can regulate our emotions, if we can regulate our nervous systems based on what's going on around us, we are going to feel safer feel more comfortable and be able to heal. And I love now doing opposites. So I just play with opposites because part of regulation is fast is bad, loud is bad. Big is bad. You know, we label them. Busy is bad. Scattered is, you know, but if we can actually just play with opposites and get comfortable with busy and get comfortable with calm. And shift between the two. Then, you know, it's not terribly popular in a kindergarten classroom. Let's be loud. And we do loud stuff. We stomp, you know. And then we tap. Really? Quiet. And then we move really, really fast, we shake our hands shake our hands, take your hands, and we feel what that's like. And then we slow down, because the opposite of fast is slow. And so we have all these opposites. And I find that I'm doing that with adults as well, because when you get comfortable with calm and busy and you get comfortable with loud and quiet, you can actually then start to work with emotions, regulating emotions. And one of my favorites is just up and down. Because if you reach up, there's energy, so your energy is up and you're using your breath to reach and your breath is fuel and you reach reach, reach, reach reach. I'm reaching with wind here. Okay, reaching. And fill with air. And then knowing that you can bring that down and you breathe out and you fold down in your fingers go toward the floor and your body is rounded and you're breathing out all the way, you know that you can go from up and maybe excited maybe too excited to bring it down that you get to be in control and you can regulate all the way down and then what's interesting is that kids will say, well, down emotions would be sad, tired alone. Yeah, and that's okay. All of those are okay. It's just like when you're folded down, you know that you're going to get up again. When you're done with down, and I often will leave a class. Okay, just stay there until you're done. What's interesting is how many want to just stay there. But everybody, within a couple of moments, we'll start. Oh, okay, now I'm done with down and now I'm gonna go up again. And you do you start to help them embody these opposites. And I play with opposites and I'm working with there's a new thing called a Tony box, have you heard of that? No. Okay, you're gonna want to look that up. And I'm not product advertising a not at all. But it's an audio system. It's a little speaker. It's a smart speaker for kids. And it's just audio. But we're actually helping working through scripts and things that help kids go up, go down, be busy, be calm, be loud, be quiet. And that comfort with the lack of judgment. It's not always good to be quiet. It's not always good to become. It doesn't always fit who we are and what we need in the moment. And so I love this normalizing of and accepting of the regulating. You know, so that's been fun to actually work with those. That might be something you want to look into. They're big. They're big in Europe and they're coming to the United States. We'll have to tell my sponsor. People don't find these people for this episode. No. I love the what you're saying about opposites because we have such an emphasis what you're inviting is this non judgment, this acceptance, and becoming more of a master of what's going on in your body. Like developing that strength and the ability to self regulate, but also like as parents, I know a lot of us are really interested in like, let's down regulate these kids. Let's calm them down and we may be inadvertently giving the message that there's something wrong with you for your for being up, right? Like kids with ADHD, I'm certain certain get that message that there's something wrong with you for that's pretty clear that getting a message is something wrong with you for having all this energy. And I think maybe hidden in here is also an invitation to parents to get comfortable with up as well as get comfortable with down. Get comfortable with busy as well as a slow get comfortable with loud as well as quiet, although I know is there some people in the mindful parenting membership who wear little ear plugs is quietly sometimes while their kids are in the house. But maybe they help them get.

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"mama" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

01:58 min | 11 months ago

"mama" Discussed on Happy Mama Movement with Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

"And a mother. When i became a man nearly fourteen years ago nobody was talking about what happened to the woman when she entered motherhood there was no conversations around how it changed her identity how it changed her relationships how it was the beginning of huge transformation and questioning in her life and it was more than a decade later that i finally began to find the answers to the questions i i felt when i became a month and the answer was metron. Essence metron essence is the complete transformation and identity shift of a woman as she moves through motherhood psychological social emotional physical economic cultural and spiritual in other words these a rite of passage and a huge change in who we are get. We have forgotten to acknowledge and we have ignored the too long. I've laid metron. Sciences role is to awaken us as a collective and individual to all of the false truths we have been taught about being a mother and a woman and ask us to redefine this ourselves. I noticed when i first became a mom. I split into. I was who i used to bay and a mother and this podcast is dedicated to helping you understand your own in a split. Your own metron. Essence bring you interviews with the world's leading motherhood and womanhood experts as well as mama's themselves who are also trying to redefine this in their own way so.

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"mama" Discussed on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"mama" Discussed on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

"Raw truth story as a female infidelity hosted by rebecca adams tells the stories of these women from their perspective anonymously and without judgment. I met the i man. I had an emotional affair with online. He was far away but he provided me with all of the emotional validation that my marriage was lacking the first time we talked. He showed an interest in me as a person. It was refreshing. If you need to come clean get it off your chest. Confess your sins with no hail. Marys required that rob true stories of female infidelity is the podcast for you and remember. It's completely anonymous and judgment. Free rod truth stories of female infidelity is available. Wherever you listen to podcasts subscribed today. There are a lot of single parents in society these days and the owner. You get the less likely. You are m. Meet someone without kids. So what does a woman to do. When she day samantha with kids and the child's mom is intrusive or disrespectful or still in love the child's father. And what does a single mom do. When her child's father is dating a woman who was disrespectful or maybe she oversteps boundaries with the keys. We'll unpack all of that and more on the topic. You radio show now experts just opinions. Let's.

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"mama" Discussed on Investor Mama

Investor Mama

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"mama" Discussed on Investor Mama

"I had chickens for about seven years. Farm backyard chickens and in that grew to like thirty chickens and i literally just got rid of him like a month ago. Don't think this like it's you have a farmer like live five acres but not much land for chickens. it's just I finally gave up something. Because i was like. I can't win winter. Hit as like. I'm not going out there and taking care of these chickens in the winter. I just can't do it with everything else. Going on on my. How'd you get rid of them. Were able to fire most of the people. A lot of people in my town have chicken so we have this by nothing group. I think throughout the country and our group is three towns combined out there and it's actually one of the girls from my son's class the mom candidate because that is awesome. It's funny. I'm in a town where you post on there. Hey who's cows. Walking down the street and anybody mrs awesome. I love that question number two. Who inspires you. The most ny inspires you. The most and why there was actually thinking about this. Recently i'll say one of the most influential people are inspiring. People is actually my boss. My previous job. I have never seen someone worked so hard on my entire life. He actually runs a company was ambassador is extremely involved in politics and just how he works amazes me that he can cold everything together and and keep up with everything. Well and which company would this is your property management. But that was. I was with for the last several years it was paling properties. So my boss. That was there he was. He was pretty inspired. Did quite a bit of stuff. I don't know how he kept it out together and that was the owner of the company not agree well question number three is what book are you reading now or have read that you've loved recommend god. There's so many i listen to audible..

"mama" Discussed on Investor Mama

Investor Mama

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"mama" Discussed on Investor Mama

"So many people feel that way especially women but we can't forget that this is also been just a crazy crazy year on top of everything else and to just give ourselves grace. I know i'm in the same boat. And i need to remind myself that constantly as well but i know hop on this but i do need to go back because you have all this stuff going on between the property management and these flips and then near mom's care and kids and and you're still doing it and you have like the financial craziness with all these credit card macau and you're even keel. Even though i know you said you are nervous. But at least from what i can tell and here you do send even kill the. You're still thinking of the next adventure the next property. I just have to ask how you're doing this all. And how are you staying sane. Kind of person that i don't give up until like i'm really bad. I don't know if it's being stubborn or what you call it. I don't give up until there's no breath left until it's dead or done. I just don't give up. I mean this is gonna sound like the worst example and you can totally coach schumer close to my grandmother right and i had gotten a call from one of my relatives. My mom saying grandma die but they revived her. She's on the way to the hospital and the hospital. And i remember walking in the nurse telling me they didn't tell you mike what you mean. Like she passed away. And like i know like an i remember going into her room and seeing her on that table expecting them like she is going to breed intil. There's no like i will tell you i have never ever know. Also your sunday like in the back of my mind. And elsie are someday. But like i just i do not give up on things so i in no way shape or form. I'm going to make something better if something's falling apart. There's always a way to make it better. We can fix things until they're completely toast. I love your determination. Your perseverance in the such a wonderful mindset and i..

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"mama" Discussed on Investor Mama

Investor Mama

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"mama" Discussed on Investor Mama

"Now when we sell this house once. I pay down part of the loan. I'll have some money that. I was hoping to pay off some of the credit cards however the house that i'm looking to buy next week i'm trying to do it with as a joint venture with another investor which means that he would come to the. I would get the loan out on my name but he would come to the table with the money. So i don't have to take any extra money out but he's not really liking the house so much any i wanna buy but i still want to buy it so as up in the air whether or not. I'm going to be able to use some of that money to pay down. Some of the credit cards are going to have to wait until i saw another property. I so literally day by day. I'm running numbers in my head. And i'm trying to figure out where knitting get the next funding for the next property. So i still supposed to be closing on another property next week. And i don't know whether or not he's gonna still wanna. Jv with me on it. And i don't know which wonder i'm gonna use for the primary loan. And then if he doesn't j. v. with me joint-venture just clarify sorry end of doing joint venture. Then i'll have to find another gap lender to cover that cost or use my money. Which i really don't wanna do. I wanna pay down some stuff on. So i'm not being so much interest so you literally have a domino of houses going for you between all of these essentially do you have buyers on any of these or any potential just to give you a little bit more peace of mind so that if something falls through the cracks that everything doesn't combust what's going on there. What i was happy with is. I had an open house to speak. In and seven couples are seven people. Show up for the open house. I had three more showings the following day. And i actually have another request starting this weekend for another showing so i've had a lot of activity on it and i haven't any offers on it yet. But i've had a lot of activity on it. So i'm really excited about that. And then i'm going to be putting another house on the market within the next week or two and i've got priced. It's going to be priced pretty fair in very comparable to other things that are in the area. It's actually much better updated than a lot of things that are in the current era that it's in now it's so are you finding these properties. I know you said you found the first one on auction. Did you go sight unseen. Did you have a contractor. Go out there. How did you actually make these purchases. So the first one. I actually had didn't have my real estate license at the time. I think i'm still taking classes. So i had a real estate agent. We were specifically looking in windham county connecticut. Because we noticed that's right over the line. We live in the part of rhode island that is right on the border of that era of connecticut and the house prices that we were seeing resignation. Kenley cheaper than rhode island. There was actually a lot of houses that were listed for about eighty. Ninety thousand dollars The first house we bought was listed for eighty seven thousand dollars and we just happened to win it on auction for the low price. We did but i lost an auction on a house. That was two houses down so anyway that was a real estate agent helped us with that. The rest of the house we found actually have to credit my husband for so i had him start. Trolling craigslist for sale by owners..

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"mama" Discussed on Investor Mama

Investor Mama

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"mama" Discussed on Investor Mama

"One fifty five and i was planning on selling to twenty. So what they had you pay. How'd you get the one fifty five. So they gave this person gave me the learn on the collateral of the other property. So they put the first one okay so you had your house and the first house that didn't sell as collateral so we actually saw removed that That house the first one from the lender that i was using put it on with this lender now. The only thing was is when i did that. Had to pay another four points in interest on that portion of the loan on one hundred forty thousand dollars so it chilled me with interest. But i was able to buy another house that leg and so now when we sell the house in connecticut the i flip then i have to pay down that two hundred ninety five thousand dollar loan by one hundred ninety thousand dollars so even though i'll be blowing out eighty thousand about from the connecticut house i have to throw fifty thousand more into the loan but he made it so that i didn't actually have any money out of pocket to close which was super helpful on getting the second house. I would be nervous wreck like this. I give you so many props. Because ed would be worried that it'd be so over leveraged you have the one house you haven't sold it yet yet. You want to jump into another. How a second one that hasn't sold and the of the third one. Were you worried about any of this. I just nervous wreck. How did you do this Recently no now i'm away. It and i know we will eventually make a profit because we invested money in the group to start with the one that the education and all that stuff and we're negative on the house in connecticut. We need to get through about two or three more slips in order to actually break even so will be about two years into this on hoping actually once we finish the flips that we have in our possession in the one that we're trying to buy next week that that will put us in early spring early spring we should be at break-even from when we put our initial investment. So are you going to purchase more properties. If your money's currently tied up in these other ones got it's i swear to god on my breath on every single thing and it surprisingly this stuff doesn't make me an entire nervous wreck but it makes my husband lose his mind and he actually turned over. He's the one that usually pays the bills. A listen he's like. I can't pay the bills anymore because this is so stressful for me. I don't know where we're getting money from. We can't pay these bills. I don't know when we're gonna make the next. You know how. We're gonna make this money. And and so. I actually had to start paying bills and i hate the hate balancing the books but i don't stress out about it because i managed to try to find a way to put it all together now. Some of the things we've had to do and this is why i just can't wait until we get to few flips that finish that yet for the prophet that we need to get to a point where we break. Even we've had to take out my credit cards. Now they send you those zero percent interest checks. Yeah will i use pretty much. Everything could and my our credit cards are maxed. Our home equity line is maxed..

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"mama" Discussed on Investor Mama

Investor Mama

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"mama" Discussed on Investor Mama

"Island and connecticut. And so where are you today. Are you working at byu to or are you still doing property management for the same company. Where you at. I m still working on w. two job property manager but what's funny is as a property manager now like i did. Residential property management for four months of my entire fifteen years career. And i was in commercial third ever you know for the rest of the time and then i ended up switching jobs back in october after being in the same building. Pretend years absolutely loved the building. A lot of the people that i worked with but i needed a change so i ended up taking on a job that is mostly residential so i oversee properties in rhode island and massachusetts for company and we have one hundred eight unit and residential building on an upper end side of east providence. And then we have another hundred or so of apartments in another city and then there's also retail and office buildings and stuff like that and more seeing. So i'm only doing it part time but it's basically every day that i'm not with my mom helping her with her stuff. I'm there so. I'm there as much as i possibly can be. So i'm still working that while china to juggle a few other things like the business that we started Back in two thousand eighteen. Wow that is amazing. I can't believe you're doing all that and that's just your part time job as incredible and i do want to talk about that business but before we go into that. I do wanna touch on something you said. It sounds like you're doing amazing just with the property management side of things. But i assume you didn't go to college for property management and my correct. You just happen to be living your life and stumbled upon an opportunity and took it right. Yes correct How i have to say back then. So it's two thousand and four. The job market was a little bit different. I had my resume on monster and this company called me but was totally different than it is now. I actually talked to a lot of colleges. Because i am very very heavily involved with iram which is institute of real estate management. So we do outreach. And we're trying to bring more youth into property management. So i actually will go to this one particular vocal..

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"mama" Discussed on Investor Mama

Investor Mama

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"mama" Discussed on Investor Mama

"Inspired and so motivated. I know i was any to get my rear end gear. Essentially i should mention that. This was recorded a little while back so i know market conditions have changed and prices of houses are off the charts now in many markets. But this story is amazing. And you're going to love it so without further ado holly welcome to the show. How are you doing today. it's kinda cool being. This is my first podcast. I'm on by the way awesome. Well welcome. I'm so glad to have you thank you well. Why don't we begin with your money story and some of your background. So some of my background. I backup and i'll just say i went to college. General business administration because it seemed to fit for me. I was very comfortable in that area. And then i ended up getting into property management right out of college because when my grandmother. She was afraid of her property manager and she lived in one of those elderly subsidized housing buildings. And like you know what i can go in. And i can be that nice person and i can explain to people what they need to know and and i'm friendly and i can help people so i went that route and i was in the residential and doing that for about four months before i got asked to go to the commercial side and was there for like fifteen years. Who asked her you. Were you working for a company at this point so i jumped in with a company and then someone else within. That same company knew that. I was doing well and they needed. Someone has the girl that was working as assistant. Commercial property manager gave them a two week notice in the lake. We need somebody. Quick and the commercial end of things was a little bit harder to fill. I think than the residential called. My boss asked how i was doing and then asked me if i wanted to move over commercial so went from being assistant manager at a two hundred sixty something..

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"mama" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"mama" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"This was the major mother my job More more. Someone know you meant that you know, Mama Mama. You look good in the ship up, then maybe you don't like this village where they cannot fault, John. Really? But you're come on. You're telling me We'll get back. Come on. Commissioner Kim Man, you're warming. Good luck. Whoever exceeds know everything. Six notices. He doesn't sort of mascot could exceed a single body..

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"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Have things like Neem and green tea and hydroxy appetite which are all really good for the teeth and this is finally available after many many many years of work. I can't be more excited to share it with you but I feel like oral. Health is a huge part of overall health because it we know that world health impacts the whole body and that for instance people who are immuno-compromised or have a heart condition often have to take antibiotics during dental work. Because there's such a connection between out of our mouth and the health of the body so I feel like prioritizing oral health not just helps teeth look great what is also actually really important for overall Roth and some other things. I do just related to health. Not that maybe necessarily impact health helped me maintain it. Are Things like tracking working. So I've mentioned the oral ring a couple of times. I will link to that in the show notes. I don't remember off the top of my head but I know I have a discount code. I can share with you guys. But it tracks heart heart rate sleep including all the sleep stages deep sleep rem heart rate variability body temperature which has been really helpful for fertility tracking movement etc.. So I wear wearing all the time. It's also important to note that the aura is the only fitness tracker. I have found that can go into airplane mode so there's no Bluetooth or measurable EMF's chiefs when it's an airplane mode which you can keep it in airplane mode anytime except when you're charging it so you're not constantly exposed to that I also personally during this process. HAVE RUN LABS with my doctor every month or so just to keep an eye on all new workers. Make sure everything's moving in the right direction. I typically run a comprehensive metabolic panel a thyroid panel and iron fairs etc because my iron tends to run high so for me personally again. It's very personal. I found that getting blood. Every a couple of months is really beneficial to my health to keep my iron levels in the right range. Because even if I don't eat a lot of red meat I still tend to have high iron levels and I also think it is. This is not just good for me but hopefully I can help others. Maybe even save. Someone's life who's been in the accident But I also think because I try to work so hard to heat. My blood healthy healthy. I'm glad I can hopefully give it to someone else who can use it a lot more than I can. And then another random thing that seems to have hard to measure but good mental difference is to a digital detox every now and then and just not be on the phone not be on a computer and just be with the real people in my life so that was going to be a short episode. That got much longer because I love talking about the science but I hope that all of that is it helpful. Starting point trait what I said in the beginning I do think that health breath nutrition. All of this is extremely personalized. And I'm not trying to give any kind of prescriptive approach certainly not trying to medical advice. I'm happy to recommend doctors all linked into my doctor in the show notes and other amazing doctors at steady. MD who could give medical advice in who are qualified. I am not so again. Don't take any of this as medical advice. This this is my personal experience. And what's working for me I hope that maybe it will be a springboard to anybody listening to find those things in your own life and I would love to hear from you if you found on those minimum effective dose. Things that you still do all the time in your health. That have made a big difference. I would love to hear those from you but definitely don't just follow what I do. Use them as a starting point for your own research your own health and if you stuck with me this far first of all thank you. It's an honor to have shared this time with you and I hope that you will consider just taking a couple couple minutes to leave me some honest feedback on whatever APP or device. Used to listen to podcast so that I can improve. Hopefully maybe I talk too fast. Probably dead when I get into signs ends I get really excited and I talk way too fast But your feedback helps me improve and it also helps the algorithm helps other moms and other people find this podcast and listen as well so as always thank you so much for sharing your time which is one of your most valuable pressure treasured assets with me. Today I'm so grateful that we got to share this time together and I hope that you will join me again from the next episode of the wellness on the podcast. If you're enjoying these interviews would you please take two minutes to leave a rating eating or review on I tunes for me. Doing this helps more people to find the podcast which means even more moms and families can benefit from the information. I really appreciate your time and thanks as always for listening..

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"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

08:18 min | 2 years ago

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"About those two things don't occur naturally in anything in nature in the same is a very rare thing but also if you just separate those two you actually meet most of the guidelines of many different types of diets and approaches including so KITA. Just be eating. No carbs pretty much all the time. So you're always separating carbs in that Many bodybuilders falls this kind of approach. I I think Bright Lines might have some that involved. trump healthy mom. I think has some of that involved. There's a lot of approaches that use that in some form but just doing that alone actually can make a really big difference. It did for me and it's an easy thing to remember that like because think of Fried Foods carbs fats together Most sweets are carbs in fact together. If you just do that if you separate them that will get you a lot of the way. They are and another note just quickly. That's one of my issues with Kito because I think there's a lot of potential there definitely use cases for Kito especially with things like seizures. We know there are studies on that. The problem is for those of us who would just maybe use Kito recreationally or try to lose weight in theory. If you follow Kito completely in your one hundred percent complaint because you've separated carbs fat it can do that. The problem is most people are not one hundred percent compliant. And if you're eating a lot of fat and then you also eat a Lotta sugar at least from what I can tell from my blood results. That will mess up or even a little bit of sugar. If you've been so you're eating a lot of fat we some carbs it can really mess with your triglycerides your cholesterol all kinds of levels Mine did not look good when I was trying to be here when I feel good again. It's very personal personal. But that's just one of my concerns with it all that said so and that was a lot of information. Sometimes I don't follow any rules and I will have a day or meal of eating foods that I would not normally normally eat including I do equal once in a while and this is normally for social reasons or at special events or if there's a food I wouldn't normally be able to try or it was cooked by someone I I love even if I wouldn't normally eat it I will make exceptions so if I'm traveling if I'm in another country if someone that I love cooked home prepared meal I won't not eat it unless it's an an allergy and I have found that can even tolerate things like gluten just fine once in a while and that That won't derail me at all. I think again. This is very individual and that it has been a change for me but I feel like there's a balance here because if we avoid everything entirely then overtime our body can get actually less able to handle it so because my goal is to be adaptable and Meta metabolic flexible. I want to be able to handle things sometimes. And I know that this has rollover effects into other other aspects of health that I'm still learning how to navigate for instance previous podcast guest. Aaron Alexander has I forget which one it is like a ghoul home or Syria or something thing in his home and I was surprised by that and his explanation was that we can't avoid ems in Wifi Bluetooth entirely in today's world. It's definitely not possible. Well I would agree with that. And so his wise we actually need to develop kind of a low level of tolerance to it So rather we're not like living in the Faraday cage and then we get wrecked when we are in normal society where there's Wildfire There's Bluetooth which I can definitely see his point in that makes sense. I'm still trying to figure out how that integrates into other aspects aspects of life. But I do seem to notice this in Diet that eating small amounts of things not regularly and with good gut health. That's another key all talk about leader Making sure my gut health was strong. I it seems to make me more adaptable not less than I think there's also a mental health benefit to not being so rigid. Unless there's of course an allergy or a health reason that we can ever you know have a day off so again very personal but that's what is currently working for me. And lastly lastly when it comes to diet just as a quick note is that I'm currently not drinking any alcohol. I don't think this will be a lifelong change for me by any means but it's a right now changed for me just partially. I mentioned all the inner work that I'm trying to do. I didn't want alcohol to be Filter Sir Oran escape or thing that that But also just as I go through all these physical transformations I felt like it was good to my body a break from alcohol so again nothing against alcohol alcohol. I'm not saying I don't think people should drink alcohol. I'm just saying I'm taking a break from that okay. So that was diet. Maybe it wasn't quite as quick or simple as I expected another another very much. Regular part of my health routine is sauna use and this is something I've done for years and got even more into after visiting Finland last sure and this is something else again if you're not already following Rhonda Patrick. I would highly recommend following Rhonda Patrick and reading and listen to all of her research on Sauna. Use Cheese got the best most comprehensive overview. I have ever seen or read But to give you an idea of some of the reasons that I consider sauna to be such an important aspect of health and I know that it's not something that everybody can do something that I prioritize in our family prioritized. And here's why so sauna use is like it's known as an exercise mimetic which means it's similar to exercise in that it raises heart rate body temperature and cardiac output. This is the reason it has so many of the same benefits as exercise. It does not of course replace exercise but it can actually be really good thing to us. So I prefer thing like high intensity exercise which I will talk about later on in podcast which which I have the same cardio benefits necessarily and so I do that plus on So statistics show that sauna use is good for cardiovascular health. It can reduced blood pressure for instance in studies and raise heart rate variability. which is something? I'm really interested in these days and it's one of the metrics I liked to track Because it's not a negative metric it's a positive metric and improving raising your heart rate. Variability is linked to reduce risk of all morality and basically on jeopardy. So it's a cool cool thing to pay attention to to see what we can do to affect For Me Sauna use is one of those things as is breathing as is sleep. I'll go into of those things later. Thought is beneficial in other ways as well of course it induces sweat which exercise also does and lots of good things happen when we had a lot of the people who have been on this. podcast say that sweating something. We should all do daily because it's a natural detox mechanism on the body. We don't do any crazy detoxifying. The body is really good at that on its own. If we just support it and sweating is one of the great ways to do that so to get a little more specific sauna use reduces the risk of a lot of stuff that will. Oh kill you match the short version if you want more specifics. Basically you get a forty percent reduced risk of all cause mortality for people who use on US four to seven times the per week and I'll get into the specifics of what counts as sauna use but in the scientific world in the world of statistics forty percent reduced risk of all cause mortality is drastic. And it's one of the reasons that Saunas are like. I said very much daily part of my life. I also sometimes use cold but not as often as heat and I think that there there are very different and beneficial effects to using them separate and together so for me personally. Saw News is almost every day. Cold is a couple times a week and sometimes that cold will be interspersed with on a use. Sometimes it will be on its own and I usually do not do cold after certain types of hard workouts workouts because it can actually blunt the effects of those types of workout whereas studies show using sauna after workouts can actually increase the effects. So talk about that more in a minute as well. So here's what some of the study sitting in a sauna for thirty minutes increases heat shock proteins by as much as fifty percent. And and I'M GONNA quote Rhonda Patrick on this from it because like I said she's Super Smart in the best out there on this topic but the most important thing she explains it heat shock proteins do is they help maintain the structure of cellular proteins. And here's why that is important. When proteins three-dimensional structure is altered? It tends to sit around for longer than it's supposed to instead of being degraded so this causes it to start forming protein aggregates with other proteins. Protein aggregation has been shown to play a causal role in things like neurodegenerative congenital degenerative disease. Something we don't want Heat heat shock proteins.

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"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"About those two things don't occur naturally in anything in nature in the same is a very rare thing but also if you just separate those two you actually meet most of the guidelines of many different types of diets and approaches including so KITA. Just be eating. No carbs pretty much all the time. So you're always separating carbs in that Many bodybuilders falls this kind of approach. I I think Bright Lines might have some that involved. trump healthy mom. I think has some of that involved. There's a lot of approaches that use that in some form but just doing that alone actually can make a really big difference. It did for me and it's an easy thing to remember that like because think of Fried Foods carbs fats together Most sweets are carbs in fact together. If you just do that if you separate them that will get you a lot of the way. They are and another note just quickly. That's one of my issues with Kito because I think there's a lot of potential there definitely use cases for Kito especially with things like seizures. We know there are studies on that. The problem is for those of us who would just maybe use Kito recreationally or try to lose weight in theory. If you follow Kito completely in your one hundred percent complaint because you've separated carbs fat it can do that. The problem is most people are not one hundred percent compliant. And if you're eating a lot of fat and then you also eat a Lotta sugar at least from what I can tell from my blood results. That will mess up or even a little bit of sugar. If you've been so you're eating a lot of fat we some carbs it can really mess with your triglycerides your cholesterol all kinds of levels Mine did not look good when I was trying to be here when I feel good again. It's very personal personal. But that's just one of my concerns with it all that said so and that was a lot of information. Sometimes I don't follow any rules and I will have a day or meal of eating foods that I would not normally normally eat including I do equal once in a while and this is normally for social reasons or at special events or if there's a food I wouldn't normally be able to try or it was cooked by someone I I love even if I wouldn't normally eat it I will make exceptions so if I'm traveling if I'm in another country if someone that I love cooked home prepared meal I won't not eat it unless it's an an allergy and I have found that can even tolerate things like gluten just fine once in a while and that That won't derail me at all. I think again. This is very individual and that it has been a change for me but I feel like there's a balance here because if we avoid everything entirely then overtime our body can get actually less able to handle it so because my goal is to be adaptable and Meta metabolic flexible. I want to be able to handle things sometimes. And I know that this has rollover effects into other other aspects of health that I'm still learning how to navigate for instance previous podcast guest. Aaron Alexander has I forget which one it is like a ghoul home or Syria or something thing in his home and I was surprised by that and his explanation was that we can't avoid ems in Wifi Bluetooth entirely in today's world. It's definitely not possible. Well I would agree with that. And so his wise we actually need to develop kind of a low level of tolerance to it So rather we're not like living in the Faraday cage and then we get wrecked when we are in normal society where there's Wildfire There's Bluetooth which I can definitely see his point in that makes sense. I'm still trying to figure out how that integrates into other aspects aspects of life. But I do seem to notice this in Diet that eating small amounts of things not regularly and with good gut health. That's another key all talk about leader Making sure my gut health was strong. I it seems to make me more adaptable not less than I think there's also a mental health benefit to not being so rigid. Unless there's of course an allergy or a health reason that we can ever you know have a day off so again very personal but that's what is currently working for me. And lastly lastly when it comes to diet just as a quick note is that I'm currently not drinking any alcohol. I don't think this will be a lifelong change for me by any means but it's a right now changed for me just partially. I mentioned all the inner work that I'm trying to do. I didn't want alcohol to be Filter Sir Oran escape or thing that that But also just as I go through all these physical transformations I felt like it was good to my body a break from alcohol so again nothing against alcohol alcohol. I'm not saying I don't think people should drink alcohol. I'm just saying I'm taking a break from that okay. So that was diet. Maybe it wasn't quite as quick or simple as I expected another another very much. Regular part of my health routine is sauna use and this is something I've done for years and got even more into after visiting Finland last sure and this is something else again if you're not already following Rhonda Patrick. I would highly recommend following Rhonda Patrick and reading and listen to all of her research on Sauna. Use Cheese got the best most comprehensive overview. I have ever seen or read But to give you an idea of some of the reasons that I consider sauna to be such an important aspect of health and I know that it's not something that everybody can do something that I prioritize in our family prioritized. And here's why so sauna use is like it's known as an exercise mimetic which means it's similar to exercise in that it raises heart rate body temperature and cardiac output. This is the reason it has so many of the same benefits as exercise. It does not of course replace exercise but it can actually be really good thing to us. So I prefer thing like high intensity exercise which I will talk about later on in podcast which which I have the same cardio benefits necessarily and so I do that plus on So statistics show that sauna use is good for cardiovascular health. It can reduced blood pressure for instance in studies and raise heart rate variability. which is something? I'm really interested in these days and it's one of the metrics I liked to track Because it's not a negative metric it's a positive metric and improving raising your heart rate. Variability is linked to reduce risk of all morality and basically on jeopardy. So it's a cool cool thing to pay attention to to see what we can do to affect For Me Sauna use is one of those things as is breathing as is sleep. I'll go into of those things later. Thought is beneficial in other ways as well of course it induces sweat which exercise also does and lots of good things happen when we had a lot of the people who have been on this. podcast say that sweating something. We should all do daily because it's a natural detox mechanism on the body. We don't do any crazy detoxifying. The body is really good at that on its own. If we just support it and sweating is one of the great ways to do that so to get a little more specific sauna use reduces the risk of a lot of stuff that will. Oh kill you match the short version if you want more specifics. Basically you get a forty percent reduced risk of all cause mortality for people who use on US four to seven times the per week and I'll get into the specifics of what counts as sauna use but in the scientific world in the world of statistics forty percent reduced risk of all cause mortality is drastic. And it's one of the reasons that Saunas are like. I said very much daily part of my life. I also sometimes use cold but not as often as heat and I think that there there are very different and beneficial effects to using them separate and together so for me personally. Saw News is almost every day. Cold is a couple times a week and sometimes that cold will be interspersed with on a use. Sometimes it will be on its own and I usually do not do cold after certain types of hard workouts workouts because it can actually blunt the effects of those types of workout whereas studies show using sauna after workouts can actually increase the effects. So talk about that more in a minute as well. So here's what some of the study sitting in a sauna for thirty minutes increases heat shock proteins by as much as fifty percent. And and I'M GONNA quote Rhonda Patrick on this from it because like I said she's Super Smart in the best out there on this topic but the most important thing she explains it heat shock proteins do is they help maintain the structure of cellular proteins. And here's why that is important. When proteins three-dimensional structure is altered? It tends to sit around for longer than it's supposed to instead of being degraded so this causes it to start forming protein aggregates with other proteins. Protein aggregation has been shown to play a causal role in things like neurodegenerative congenital degenerative disease. Something we don't want Heat heat shock proteins.

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"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Stuff. So in other words my goal is I want to be able to eat a wide variety of different things and my body body be able to handle it. I want to be able to do different types of activities and exercise. My body able to adapt to that so in general. I don't do anything every single day except for trying to get great great sleep in. That's an unaccountable. Try to get outside every day and try to move every day even if it's just walking or playing with my kids beyond that. I don't drink caffeine every single day. I don't even eat every single day but there are a lot of things I do regularly. That have really made a difference in my health and just to get vulnerable -firmative. I'll share much more of the the whole story soon but in the last six months I have lost. I think close to fifty pounds at this point and the interesting part is it has not been largely because of diet or fitness tweaks at all. I have been doing many of these things I want to talk about. Today for a decade I had food dialed in had exercised dial in I had sleep dialed in and the part that I ignored was the emotional side thinking that I could just power through it and that I didn't need to feel emotions and I could just be strong and I would deal with those later and it turns out that was very much a key for me and it's a whole probably podcast. Prior a whole book on its own about working through past traumas and working through all all those filters and I will share a lot of that in its own podcast but I wanted to just put that caveat here that So these things were all part of that process in that transformation for me but I think it would be remiss. If I didn't say that I think the emotional and mental side is at least dig apart at that as anything else so. That's so these are the physical health things that I do on the regular to be as healthy as possible and that worked for me again. Do Your own research do your own trial and error work with your doctor but maybe eighties will give you a starting point. So the first thing is I have drastically simplified. My Diet over the last couple of years there is so much information out there. I've tried pretty much all of it. I have tried pretty much. All of the different systems and diets and programs and protocols and a lot of them have many many good points but I reached a point where I I knew. I was going to have to simplify. And I've said before that if you tried you could find evidence for pretty much anything in the world being both the best thing in the world for you and the worst first thing in the world for you and that goes for everything from Broccoli to beans to any supplement. I could probably write a paper on either side. Either of those and the problem is if if you're in the research constantly you get to a point where you're almost afraid to eat anything. Because you know the potential downsides to everything so I knew I had to simplify I pretty much took the people. I respect the most and tried to figure out the common factors among their things lined that up with my gene report through nutrition genome which I will link in the show show notes and then figure out what we're going to be the most nutrient dense foods that I actually love with the goal of nourishing the body versus depriving the body and that was a huge mental shift. I think a lot us. especially if there's ever a goal weight loss we start to get in this really unhealthy dynamic with food where it's about punishment or avoiding certain foods or food being bad and that was definitely not something. I wanted to pass on to my children so I wanted to shift my own. Focus toward having food be nourishing and good and focusing on the nutrients nutrients versus the deprivation and then finding the ways that I could best nourish my body and that was just that was a huge paradigm shift instead of like what am I allowed to eat. It was what can I eat to give my body the best nutrition so that said I settled on truly my kind of own approach and I think that's the key for all of us. It's our own thing where I feel the best. And it's not. It wouldn't qualify as Kito. It wouldn't qualifies Paleo. It is my own variation even though it shares some similarities. For some of those things I will. We'll see I don't feel good at all on Kito and this seems to be a thing. Some women feel mainly the high fat aspect. That's partially because of some of my own genes. But I have found. I feel much better when I avoid saturated fats and so I don't eat much saturated fat and and would definitely not qualify macro wise Kito. But I do eat a ton of green veggies protein healthy fats I would say probably I would qualify as low carb ish most days but again I don't do everything anything everyday so if you want. Some specifics specifics. In general what my Diet looks like is lots of vegetables and the ones that I make sure to try to get often or things like leafy Greens pretty much any leafy Greens. Things like onions and and garlic I love leaks and fennel like pretty much chop those two up and just saute them and make that the base of a Mule Avocado. I eat regularly often Okra. Which I I love by itself etc.? Lots of fermented veggies like sauerkraut eat. A wide variety of herbs and lots of pets does with Cilantro or parsley clear with mint And then proteins. I don't actually eat protein every single day. Like I said I don't even eat at all but I do try to get cleaned proteins often especially because I'm working out quite a bit right now and that's things like really clean meats and seafood lots of sardines. I had a lot of deans because they are inexpensive and there are a great source of of calcium and protein and a lot of nutrients muscles which doctor recalls nature's Multivitamin and they're delicious things like nuts and Macadamia for the healthy fats. And then lots of olive oil. Which of course is a staple in the Mediterranean Diet? Dr Larry thinks it's one of the best things we can do for. Our health is to get enough olive oil and monounsaturated fats. And I've noticed I do feel better. My skin is much better when I do that. as far as drinks lots of water and then coffee not herbal teas and mushroom drinks. So anything from forcing matic is a regular part of my life. I use their mushroom coffee. Regularly I drink the array she at night for better sleep and then I'll mix there other stuff during the day as needed and I finally just having that source of something to drink especially in the winter is really comforting. Is is a great way to get in extra nutrients. Another thing I do is Sometimes eat beans now which is a big change for me because I used to avoid them because of the Leptons and and one thing Dr Gunnery said in my podcast with him. Is that if beans are pressure. Cooked in for instance in pot that that neutralizes. The leptons does not neutralize gluten. But it does neutralize leptons in which case beans are a source of protein and CARBS. So I will sometimes eat beans or lentils if they are pressure cooked he also gave the tip that the brand Eden uses IBP for lining and they use pressure cooking in their preparation. And I believe they also sprout their beans. So if you need a convenience food that is relatively safe that would be an example there another thing is I make sprouts at home which those are really easy inexpensive way to grow veggies in your own kitchen and they have a lot of potential payoff so nutrient wise to me. This is very much an eighty twenty thing. It's an easy he like. I said easy inexpensive thing to add into a routine and Broccoli sprouts specifically. I want to talk about them. You got for second They are especially beneficial because they are a source of sulfurophane which is a potent cancer. Fighting antibacterial compound. That's found in cruciferous vegetables and sprouts. If you haven't go goal listen to pretty much everything Rhonda Patrick but she has a really just several videos about so forth and why it's so beneficial but to summarize so four fain is his created if you want to. We're going to get really Geeky for one second. Then I'll get back to normal I promise so. Four feet is created. When there's an enzyme called Morosini that transforms the Glucose Google the coastal at eight Luca Raffin into Sephora vein and Morose as an Luca Raffin are found in different parts of the plant? So this change happens when the plant is damaged for instance since by chewing blending chopping etc and so these two compounds mix and react little young Broccoli sprouts. In a certain age window are particularly good sources of Luke Raffin more specifically so four or fain is part of a group of plant based disease fighting phytochemicals. Call the hope. It don't butcher. This isothiocyanates needs and in the body. So four or feign stimulates the production of an important enzymes that neutralize free radicals. You probably heard that word because inflammation and free radicals get the blame for in many types of cancer. So it's a big deal in fact the first time anyone suggested to me eating Broccoli sprouts. It was Dr Christianson. Who was my original thyroid Dr Years and years ago probably seven years ago now As an easy way to help protect because I had that point Nachos on my thyroid and to protect them from growing or potentially becoming cancerous Broccoli sprouts or an easy thing to add to your diet because the isothiocyanates seemed to block certain Cancer Act by activating enzymes in the body is kind of like a double protection. And that's why so forfeiting their studies that show that it might help protect various types of cancer specifically remembering the studies things like colon prostate breast lung. And I think some other types of cancer it may reduce the risk of narrow neuro degenerative disease ocular disease heart heart problems anything that has tied to free radicals and inflammation which is a lot of stuff and also support the brain and justice system. So I grow Broccoli sprouts outs regularly in our kitchen and them to salads but an easy tip I have found is because that happens when the the chemical reaction happens. When you blend those two compounds mix I will put Broccoli sprouts in the blender and gently blend them into a smooth and then just drink a cup of Broccoli sprouts which is an easy way to get in with less chewing since I also also eat a lot of salad? I get tired of doing vegetables. Another easy tip no matter what type of Diet you are on that I would recommend is to pre replan your meal plan and then stick to it and for family. This can be pre planning for weeks at a time in real plans which I highly recommend it's an APP or or even if it's just jotting down the day before what you're going to eat the next day and looking at it as a big picture of how you're GonNa get all those nutrients in versus is trying to figure it out on the fly and found just the act of writing it down and knowing the plan ahead of time makes it way easier to stick to it for one and it's just one less thing to think about in the moment it during the day and if I have time also sometimes pre make the food for the family order myself so that it's there but just you're writing it down even if it's just jotting cutting it down on a post. It note sticking on the fridge for me also. Getting enough protein was key. And I think this is a very individualized thing as well again. Because of my own personal jeans I tend to have a higher protein meat. I think And I found actually put on muscle relatively easily if I'm getting enough protein But I had to play around with what that that ratio was. And how much and Down that I do better when I eat a bigger meal. Talk more about this later in the podcast but when I eat a bigger meal earlier in the day with more protein I tend to sleep better and also have better energy levels so again focusing on the good versus the bad in Diet just getting protein is one of the things I prioritize. It seems so make a big difference. Another simple not rule but just guideline that I keep in mind most of the time again. Not Every day is to separate carbs in fact most of the time. And that's just an easy rule that actually crosses a lot of different dietary approaches and an easy one to remember. So if you don't want a lot of rules and you don't want to get caught up in the specifics just tried that one. Not Eating carbs in fact together Thinking.

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"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Stuff. So in other words my goal is I want to be able to eat a wide variety of different things and my body body be able to handle it. I want to be able to do different types of activities and exercise. My body able to adapt to that so in general. I don't do anything every single day except for trying to get great great sleep in. That's an unaccountable. Try to get outside every day and try to move every day even if it's just walking or playing with my kids beyond that. I don't drink caffeine every single day. I don't even eat every single day but there are a lot of things I do regularly. That have really made a difference in my health and just to get vulnerable -firmative. I'll share much more of the the whole story soon but in the last six months I have lost. I think close to fifty pounds at this point and the interesting part is it has not been largely because of diet or fitness tweaks at all. I have been doing many of these things I want to talk about. Today for a decade I had food dialed in had exercised dial in I had sleep dialed in and the part that I ignored was the emotional side thinking that I could just power through it and that I didn't need to feel emotions and I could just be strong and I would deal with those later and it turns out that was very much a key for me and it's a whole probably podcast. Prior a whole book on its own about working through past traumas and working through all all those filters and I will share a lot of that in its own podcast but I wanted to just put that caveat here that So these things were all part of that process in that transformation for me but I think it would be remiss. If I didn't say that I think the emotional and mental side is at least dig apart at that as anything else so. That's so these are the physical health things that I do on the regular to be as healthy as possible and that worked for me again. Do Your own research do your own trial and error work with your doctor but maybe eighties will give you a starting point. So the first thing is I have drastically simplified. My Diet over the last couple of years there is so much information out there. I've tried pretty much all of it. I have tried pretty much. All of the different systems and diets and programs and protocols and a lot of them have many many good points but I reached a point where I I knew. I was going to have to simplify. And I've said before that if you tried you could find evidence for pretty much anything in the world being both the best thing in the world for you and the worst first thing in the world for you and that goes for everything from Broccoli to beans to any supplement. I could probably write a paper on either side. Either of those and the problem is if if you're in the research constantly you get to a point where you're almost afraid to eat anything. Because you know the potential downsides to everything so I knew I had to simplify I pretty much took the people. I respect the most and tried to figure out the common factors among their things lined that up with my gene report through nutrition genome which I will link in the show show notes and then figure out what we're going to be the most nutrient dense foods that I actually love with the goal of nourishing the body versus depriving the body and that was a huge mental shift. I think a lot us. especially if there's ever a goal weight loss we start to get in this really unhealthy dynamic with food where it's about punishment or avoiding certain foods or food being bad and that was definitely not something. I wanted to pass on to my children so I wanted to shift my own. Focus toward having food be nourishing and good and focusing on the nutrients nutrients versus the deprivation and then finding the ways that I could best nourish my body and that was just that was a huge paradigm shift instead of like what am I allowed to eat. It was what can I eat to give my body the best nutrition so that said I settled on truly my kind of own approach and I think that's the key for all of us. It's our own thing where I feel the best. And it's not. It wouldn't qualify as Kito. It wouldn't qualifies Paleo. It is my own variation even though it shares some similarities. For some of those things I will. We'll see I don't feel good at all on Kito and this seems to be a thing. Some women feel mainly the high fat aspect. That's partially because of some of my own genes. But I have found. I feel much better when I avoid saturated fats and so I don't eat much saturated fat and and would definitely not qualify macro wise Kito. But I do eat a ton of green veggies protein healthy fats I would say probably I would qualify as low carb ish most days but again I don't do everything anything everyday so if you want. Some specifics specifics. In general what my Diet looks like is lots of vegetables and the ones that I make sure to try to get often or things like leafy Greens pretty much any leafy Greens. Things like onions and and garlic I love leaks and fennel like pretty much chop those two up and just saute them and make that the base of a Mule Avocado. I eat regularly often Okra. Which I I love by itself etc.? Lots of fermented veggies like sauerkraut eat. A wide variety of herbs and lots of pets does with Cilantro or parsley clear with mint And then proteins. I don't actually eat protein every single day. Like I said I don't even eat at all but I do try to get cleaned proteins often especially because I'm working out quite a bit right now and that's things like really clean meats and seafood lots of sardines. I had a lot of deans because they are inexpensive and there are a great source of of calcium and protein and a lot of nutrients muscles which doctor recalls nature's Multivitamin and they're delicious things like nuts and Macadamia for the healthy fats. And then lots of olive oil. Which of course is a staple in the Mediterranean Diet? Dr Larry thinks it's one of the best things we can do for. Our health is to get enough olive oil and monounsaturated fats. And I've noticed I do feel better. My skin is much better when I do that. as far as drinks lots of water and then coffee not herbal teas and mushroom drinks. So anything from forcing matic is a regular part of my life. I use their mushroom coffee. Regularly I drink the array she at night for better sleep and then I'll mix there other stuff during the day as needed and I finally just having that source of something to drink especially in the winter is really comforting. Is is a great way to get in extra nutrients. Another thing I do is Sometimes eat beans now which is a big change for me because I used to avoid them because of the Leptons and and one thing Dr Gunnery said in my podcast with him. Is that if beans are pressure. Cooked in for instance in pot that that neutralizes. The leptons does not neutralize gluten. But it does neutralize leptons in which case beans are a source of protein and CARBS. So I will sometimes eat beans or lentils if they are pressure cooked he also gave the tip that the brand Eden uses IBP for lining and they use pressure cooking in their preparation. And I believe they also sprout their beans. So if you need a convenience food that is relatively safe that would be an example there another thing is I make sprouts at home which those are really easy inexpensive way to grow veggies in your own kitchen and they have a lot of potential payoff so nutrient wise to me. This is very much an eighty twenty thing. It's an easy he like. I said easy inexpensive thing to add into a routine and Broccoli sprouts specifically. I want to talk about them. You got for second They are especially beneficial because they are a source of sulfurophane which is a potent cancer. Fighting antibacterial compound. That's found in cruciferous vegetables and sprouts. If you haven't go goal listen to pretty much everything Rhonda Patrick but she has a really just several videos about so forth and why it's so beneficial but to summarize so four fain is his created if you want to. We're going to get really Geeky for one second. Then I'll get back to normal I promise so. Four feet is created. When there's an enzyme called Morosini that transforms the Glucose Google the coastal at eight Luca Raffin into Sephora vein and Morose as an Luca Raffin are found in different parts of the plant? So this change happens when the plant is damaged for instance since by chewing blending chopping etc and so these two compounds mix and react little young Broccoli sprouts. In a certain age window are particularly good sources of Luke Raffin more specifically so four or fain is part of a group of plant based disease fighting phytochemicals. Call the hope. It don't butcher. This isothiocyanates needs and in the body. So four or feign stimulates the production of an important enzymes that neutralize free radicals. You probably heard that word because inflammation and free radicals get the blame for in many types of cancer. So it's a big deal in fact the first time anyone suggested to me eating Broccoli sprouts. It was Dr Christianson. Who was my original thyroid Dr Years and years ago probably seven years ago now As an easy way to help protect because I had that point Nachos on my thyroid and to protect them from growing or potentially becoming cancerous Broccoli sprouts or an easy thing to add to your diet because the isothiocyanates seemed to block certain Cancer Act by activating enzymes in the body is kind of like a double protection. And that's why so forfeiting their studies that show that it might help protect various types of cancer specifically remembering the studies things like colon prostate breast lung. And I think some other types of cancer it may reduce the risk of narrow neuro degenerative disease ocular disease heart heart problems anything that has tied to free radicals and inflammation which is a lot of stuff and also support the brain and justice system. So I grow Broccoli sprouts outs regularly in our kitchen and them to salads but an easy tip I have found is because that happens when the the chemical reaction happens. When you blend those two compounds mix I will put Broccoli sprouts in the blender and gently blend them into a smooth and then just drink a cup of Broccoli sprouts which is an easy way to get in with less chewing since I also also eat a lot of salad? I get tired of doing vegetables. Another easy tip no matter what type of Diet you are on that I would recommend is to pre replan your meal plan and then stick to it and for family. This can be pre planning for weeks at a time in real plans which I highly recommend it's an APP or or even if it's just jotting down the day before what you're going to eat the next day and looking at it as a big picture of how you're GonNa get all those nutrients in versus is trying to figure it out on the fly and found just the act of writing it down and knowing the plan ahead of time makes it way easier to stick to it for one and it's just one less thing to think about in the moment it during the day and if I have time also sometimes pre make the food for the family order myself so that it's there but just you're writing it down even if it's just jotting cutting it down on a post. It note sticking on the fridge for me also. Getting enough protein was key. And I think this is a very individualized thing as well again. Because of my own personal jeans I tend to have a higher protein meat. I think And I found actually put on muscle relatively easily if I'm getting enough protein But I had to play around with what that that ratio was. And how much and Down that I do better when I eat a bigger meal. Talk more about this later in the podcast but when I eat a bigger meal earlier in the day with more protein I tend to sleep better and also have better energy levels so again focusing on the good versus the bad in Diet just getting protein is one of the things I prioritize. It seems so make a big difference. Another simple not rule but just guideline that I keep in mind most of the time again. Not Every day is to separate carbs in fact most of the time. And that's just an easy rule that actually crosses a lot of different dietary approaches and an easy one to remember. So if you don't want a lot of rules and you don't want to get caught up in the specifics just tried that one. Not Eating carbs in fact together Thinking.

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"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"I'm Katie from on this dot Com and today is just me and answering a common question that I've gotten online which is of all the health stuff that I've tried over the years. which things do I ability regularly and it's a great question because with over thirteen hundred posts on Wellness Mama Dot Com? I have tried a lot of stuff over the years and my views on some of it have really changed in the last two years specifically I have been ruthlessly simplifying my life and I feel like I have finally found a rhythm of things that are the most effective for me. Now one thing to note before I jump in is that health is so personalized and there are so many aspects of it that are individual. So I'm sharing. What's working for me? These won't necessarily be necessarily Israeli. Be the same things for all of us but after thirteen years of trying things and writing about them and tweaking. These are the things that are finally very much regularly part of my routine. I I do a lot of other things as well but these are the ones that are my non-negotiables things. I consider most effective and of course also before jumping. I just WanNa say I always recommend doing your own research and working with a doctor especially if you have any specific health condition or concern I personally use steady. MD In their functional medicine. Doctors and I have access this to them. Twenty four seven via my phone APP and I highly recommend that but I definitely recommend working with a doctor who understand your goals if you have any. Specific condition fission whatsoever. Also before we jump in I have a small favor to ask. If you have two minutes I would be so grateful if you would just spend time in whatever the APP that you listen to podcasts whether it be tunes or spotify to leave a rating or review please leave me your honest feedback. It helps other people to find this podcast and it helps me you to improve hopefully over time and I always love hearing from all of you and I read every single rating and review so please and thank you in advance if you do so as far ars my philosophy on health at this point I have narrowed it down like I said and it's about simplifying and for me. It's about finding the minimum effective dose and doing those those things regularly with a goal of metabolic flexibility and basically taking this minimum effective dose or Med approach to health and wellness It helps avoid giving up simply because we don't have enough time or because of being overwhelmed which has definitely happened to me in the past so as estimate of that the statistics six say that nutrition accounts for about eighty percent of a person's physique and that in most cases twenty percents of effort creates eighty percent results in fitness Marxist and has talked about about this on Mark Steely Apple. Tim Ferriss talked about this in his podcast and on his blog is also known as the PAREDO principle. I hope I'm saying correctly I've only seen it written But like for instance Tim Ferriss explains there are two important minimum effective doses. Med's when it comes to health and fitness so for instance to remove stored fat. You WanNa do the least amount necessary to trigger a fat loss cascade of hormones and to add muscle you invited to the least amount of things necessary to trigger local and systemic growth growth mechanisms. So it depends on what the goal is figuring out the goal and then working backwards to figure out that eighty twenty minimum effective dose approach to put another way as an example. Water Boils at two hundred and twelve degrees Fahrenheit. That is the MED needed to boil water raising. The temperature. More is not going to make the water more boiled so it's simply a waste of energy boiling water. Two hundred and twenty degrees is not going to make it anymore boiled in two hundred and twelve degrees so again. This is a very individual thing. But that's it's been kind of the foundation of this process of my own health over the last couple of years is figuring out what are for me those goals and then what are the eighty twenty minimum effective effective dose things that the tangible things that get me to those goals without getting stressed or overwhelmed. And that'll be another podcast in and of itself is about overwhelm and mom stress in mom guilt but in this what. I'm focusing on the health.

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"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"I'm Katie from on this dot Com and today is just me and answering a common question that I've gotten online which is of all the health stuff that I've tried over the years. which things do I ability regularly and it's a great question because with over thirteen hundred posts on Wellness Mama Dot Com? I have tried a lot of stuff over the years and my views on some of it have really changed in the last two years specifically I have been ruthlessly simplifying my life and I feel like I have finally found a rhythm of things that are the most effective for me. Now one thing to note before I jump in is that health is so personalized and there are so many aspects of it that are individual. So I'm sharing. What's working for me? These won't necessarily be necessarily Israeli. Be the same things for all of us but after thirteen years of trying things and writing about them and tweaking. These are the things that are finally very much regularly part of my routine. I I do a lot of other things as well but these are the ones that are my non-negotiables things. I consider most effective and of course also before jumping. I just WanNa say I always recommend doing your own research and working with a doctor especially if you have any specific health condition or concern I personally use steady. MD In their functional medicine. Doctors and I have access this to them. Twenty four seven via my phone APP and I highly recommend that but I definitely recommend working with a doctor who understand your goals if you have any. Specific condition fission whatsoever. Also before we jump in I have a small favor to ask. If you have two minutes I would be so grateful if you would just spend time in whatever the APP that you listen to podcasts whether it be tunes or spotify to leave a rating or review please leave me your honest feedback. It helps other people to find this podcast and it helps me you to improve hopefully over time and I always love hearing from all of you and I read every single rating and review so please and thank you in advance if you do so as far ars my philosophy on health at this point I have narrowed it down like I said and it's about simplifying and for me. It's about finding the minimum effective dose and doing those those things regularly with a goal of metabolic flexibility and basically taking this minimum effective dose or Med approach to health and wellness It helps avoid giving up simply because we don't have enough time or because of being overwhelmed which has definitely happened to me in the past so as estimate of that the statistics six say that nutrition accounts for about eighty percent of a person's physique and that in most cases twenty percents of effort creates eighty percent results in fitness Marxist and has talked about about this on Mark Steely Apple. Tim Ferriss talked about this in his podcast and on his blog is also known as the PAREDO principle. I hope I'm saying correctly I've only seen it written But like for instance Tim Ferriss explains there are two important minimum effective doses. Med's when it comes to health and fitness so for instance to remove stored fat. You WanNa do the least amount necessary to trigger a fat loss cascade of hormones and to add muscle you invited to the least amount of things necessary to trigger local and systemic growth growth mechanisms. So it depends on what the goal is figuring out the goal and then working backwards to figure out that eighty twenty minimum effective dose approach to put another way as an example. Water Boils at two hundred and twelve degrees Fahrenheit. That is the MED needed to boil water raising. The temperature. More is not going to make the water more boiled so it's simply a waste of energy boiling water. Two hundred and twenty degrees is not going to make it anymore boiled in two hundred and twelve degrees so again. This is a very individual thing. But that's it's been kind of the foundation of this process of my own health over the last couple of years is figuring out what are for me those goals and then what are the eighty twenty minimum effective effective dose things that the tangible things that get me to those goals without getting stressed or overwhelmed. And that'll be another podcast in and of itself is about overwhelm and mom stress in mom guilt but in this what. I'm focusing on the health.

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