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Why Is Self-Compassion So Important In Parenting?

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

01:55 min | 6 d ago

Why Is Self-Compassion So Important In Parenting?

"Can you talk a little bit about. Why self compassion is so important. Sure yet in mindful parenting like some people are a little surprised that all the first modules are all about how you take care of yourself right about whom us becoming more grounded and and take healing ourselves right and and part of that is that self compassion peaceful. I i should also say in the module break before the self compassion module. Were doing a little digging into our own childhood and trying to understand some of where triggers come from so that can be little challenging for many situations and so then we wanna really dive into this practice of kindness and self compassion and the whole kindness. Thing is so interesting because right like we want. We know we want our kids to be kind and generous right. So how do we teach that we have to. We have to model that. We have to practice that and it's interesting with kindness because sometimes like you know you might assume that like kindness means like if my kid wants to play hide and go seek like i'm gonna jump up and go play hide and go seek with my kid right like and sometimes that's what it what it might mean but other times it might mean like i feeling extraordinarily tired and exhausted. And i'm going to hold a boundary around playing hide and go seek and say i'm only gonna play if i can hide in my covers or i can't play right now right So it's about looking at some of those things in the self compassion piece is so so huge and it's it's almost e you know it's about equally as foundational has the mindfulness piece which builds our awareness because We're hard on

Dallas police leader reacts to former officer Bryan Riser's release from jail

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:33 sec | Last week

Dallas police leader reacts to former officer Bryan Riser's release from jail

"Former Dallas Officer Brian Riser after a judge ruled there was no probable cause to hold him on murder charges. That one's anger fills us in. Mike, Moderate president of the Dallas Police Officers Association, says officers are afforded the same rights as everyone. I think the real question should be placed at the feet of Judge Tammy Camp, who signed the proble cause arrest warrant, and then you ask John crews. Oh, was policy and procedure followed it like in every other case. Riser was terminated from the department. Mama says he does have the right to appeal. Cat ones. Iron WB AP

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Talking to Your Gen-Z Girl About Sex

Mama, Take Heart

02:01 min | Last week

Talking to Your Gen-Z Girl About Sex

"Thanks for joining us today. Jackie it's an honor to have you on our show. thank you so much for binding. You no always welcome any opportunity to equip parents to be. The biggest influence in their kids lives when it comes to sex and relationships. We're glad that you do this work. And we're just gonna dive right in. So i did want to ask you When should we start talking to daughters about sex the misnomer or is that it that the conversation needs to be fixed off. I think you need to talk about sex. But i think the bigger conversation needs to be about healthy relationships and if you make about healthy relationships by the time you get around to discussing the specific topic of sex like it's not this awkward moment that so many teenagers of my classes me it is. They're like when i asked the question. How do you had the sex talk with your parents. Very rarely will more than fifty percent of the kids in the audience. raised their hand and went on to say what was it like. They typically say it was awkward. But i think if you start even when they're younger to have age appropriate conversations about what is love with healthy. What's not healthy. I think then you just seamlessly slide into the conversation about sex when it's time for them to hear and is typically time for them to hear it before you think they need to hear the truth like that's a big mistake that a lot of parents makers will my daughter's not dating yet or you know so i didn't feel like we have a conversation because she's not dating and when she gets to start dating biker emotions are involved and so if you try to have a conversation with her about relationships even but even about sex. You're fighting now against emotions. That she has for the person's day

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What's So Great About Montessori?

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

01:42 min | Last week

What's So Great About Montessori?

"So montessori is about following the child and people think well if georgia do whatever they like you know it must be complete chaos but it's this beautiful approach. mixed classrooms so for example. They'll be three to six year olds together in a clause six sixty nine year olds and nine to twelve year olds in class which means that the children who have been in the class longer can model and show the younger children how things work and the youngest children's devout really look up to the older children and the teacher they actually call them a guide because instead of standing at the front of the class. They're they're observing all the children all doing their own things and they can say which child needs some more assistance and which child needs the next lesson in something and they step in to help and then they step back To let the children get on a make all the discoveries for themselves so the types of activities that are available at these beautiful. It's a beautiful curriculum. This really rich maytham tactile hands on materials. So his love workbooks worksheets or copying off. A blackboard is really that you go over and you take an activity and you bring it to a table or work mass. there's activities that are done by themselves but is also once he can do with a partner or friend and then when you move into the six to twelve age groups you actually have a of different workspaces like table. You could work by yourself. But actually lots of big tables or workspaces where you can collaborate with many people of different age groups. So it's just all about. I didn't know let's find out. And then the children get to touch and feel and talk a lot about hands on learning because you may have read this and talked about it a lot before you understand things better when you actually concrete we hold them in your hands rather than just absorbing facts and a formula children montessori discovering the formulas themselves. it's really exciting

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George Floyd's Death: Emotional Testimony From Remorseful Bystanders

In Front of Our Eyes

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

George Floyd's Death: Emotional Testimony From Remorseful Bystanders

"Were recapping the trial of derek. Chauvin week by week. He's the former minneapolis. Police officer charged with murder and manslaughter. In the death of george. Floyd later in the podcast. I'll talk with a criminal defense attorney about how it's going now that the prosecution is presenting its case against chauvin. If you listen to the trial this past week you probably heard or maybe hurt again. The end of george floyd life as chauvin knelt on his neck and two other officers held void down. The jury heard floyd say he couldn't breathe over and over. He says body hurt he called out mama and there were bystanders to urging officers to get off the handcuffed man telling him to take his pulse. Some bystanders gave emotional testimony as the state of minnesota presented. Its case in the minneapolis courtroom. Here's what we heard on friday. The most senior officer in the minneapolis. Police testified that his training never talk to kneel on a handcuffed person's neck lieutenant. Richard zimmermann homicide department says someone in handcuffs should be moved on their side or sitting up not lying face-down putting your neck for that amount of time is just uncalled for. I saw no reason why the officers felt they were in danger. If that's what they felt and that's what they would have to feel to be able to use that kind of force under cross examination by the defense attorneys zimmerman said he doesn't frequently interact with people on the street. He agreed that an officer needs to assess all circumstances when deciding whether to use

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George Floyd's girlfriend gives tearful testimony about addiction struggle

NBC Nightly News

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

George Floyd's girlfriend gives tearful testimony about addiction struggle

"For the last ten months. One unsmiling selfie of george floyd has stood as a symbol of him an icon of the racial justice movement but today jurors in the trial of the former policeman accused of murdering floyd learned about the man. His personal story what he was like and yes his struggle with drug addiction. The prosecution not shying away from what is expected to be central to derrick. Chevron's defense floyd's girlfriend taking the stand today describing. How both became hooked on opioids. And how both tried to beat it day. Four of a trial. The prosecution. Trying to humanize floyd and through other testimony taking the jury back to that minneapolis. St where floyd took his last breaths in the custody of police gave gutierrez continues to lead our coverage. It didn't take long for forty roster. Cry as she remembered how she met. George floyd in two thousand seventeen outcome mama's play. I could tell him this now. I- conic photo of floyd ross. Said was taken as a selfie at the salvation army where he worked for his great deep southern voice. They began dating and she told jurors how he was devastated by the death of his mother himself. He was broken. He thinks that during her testimony. Meant to humanize floyd one juror off. Camera had a furrowed brow and one of his hands up by his masked face seemingly emotional raw said injuries and his desire to still be physically active. Lead floyd to pain pills. We both suffer from chronic pain. Mine was in my neck and his was in his back. We got addicted and and dry really hard to break that

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The Role of DHA in Infant Nutrition

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

01:27 min | 2 weeks ago

The Role of DHA in Infant Nutrition

"Today. We look at the long jane. A mega three fatty acid d. h. a. plays an important role in supporting pregnant and breastfeeding women. In our first story we discover how d h improves the development of infants. One of the reasons breastfed infants may have better cognitive. In visual development is because human milk contains long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids like the mega three d. h. a. almost available in formulas did not were infants given control formula without. Dha didn't do as well as those given dha fortified formula. Neither did as well as the breastfed infants. Who serve as the gold standard but this was enough to convince formula manufacturers to start adding dha to their infant formula. Starting back in two thousand to the question then became how much to add easy right just add however much is naturally found in breast milk however the dha level in breast milk is extremely variable. Depending on what the mama's eating for example there's all these healthy populations that don't eat any seafood and have much lower levels in their milk and they seem fine so that makes it difficult to determine the optimal amount to add to formula or for that matter what to recommend for pregnant and breastfeeding women consensus guidelines recommend that women should to consume an average of two hundred milligrams a day of dha during

How Magic: The Gathering Plays for Keeps

Planet Money

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

How Magic: The Gathering Plays for Keeps

"This episode which we originally put up back in two thousand fifteen is all about how the company behind the popular trading card game magic the gathering figured out a way to keep its game from becoming a fat after the show. We have an update about a new way. That they're trying to keep their business bubble free all fads start out the same way with this feeling inside that you just gotta have something that everyone else already has for zach hill in fifth grade. That thing was a tiny plush animal filled with idi beans. The beanie baby was named garcia. It was tied. I'd teddy bear hickory. Ridge mall in memphis tennessee. I think i was trying to impress a girl. Or something. And i bought garcia for like seven bucks with some allowance. Money didn't know that he was at the beginning of a beanie baby bubble because bubbles always seem harmless at the first stage. Just a simple fat. Then someone figures out they can make money by reselling. That thing i ran into my friend. True and drew really wanted. Garcia was swept up in the craze. Like i was. He's i i want that. I want that i want that and i'm like dude. I you know they go to the store so it goes to the store and they weren't selling it and he just telling his mama betty wants it and she says like hey like will you sell me that and i was like yeah like fifteen bucks and she said yeah and i just realized i made like profit on. This sounds like this. You'd probably not be the last time that i do. This was staged two of the bubble. No matter how much you pay there is some chump like drew's mom out there willing to pay more. And so little zach hill fifth. Grader went into business buying up stuffed animals on the internet. Tabasco the bull the pterodactyl and unloading them on desperate schoolmates on parents. He says even did a big business with teachers. Zach was a full-on speculator. I made a lot of money as a fifth grader. Selling beanie babies on ebay we. Did you like forty fifty thousand dollars.

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How To Navigate Food and Diet Culture With Your Kids

Mama, Take Heart

02:03 min | 2 weeks ago

How To Navigate Food and Diet Culture With Your Kids

"Today my guess is brought. Hawk cop stick. She is a registered dietitian specializing in adolescent nutrition. Practicing with the non diet approach. She helps parents feel calm and confident about raising tweens and teens to have a positive relationship with food and their bodies supportive and collaborative virtual counseling brought hot educates parents to raise adolescents. A good relationship with food. Free of shame and guilt are at walkman. Thanks so much for joining us today. Eight gal here. Yes so. I found you on instagram. And i'm so glad. I did because i appreciate the videos and the stories That you post. And i also read the job and also read The story that you shared on your website about your journey with food Would you mind sharing that story with our listeners. Yeah share so it's Actually my experience growing up was pretty normal. You know my parents. My family is access to a lot of food. And they provided us with a variety of healthy and what we all not so healthy food And we had pretty regular access taller that And then as i went through puberty and started gaining weight There was a lot of outside noise from family and friends from encouraging. Dieting All the time that i was really fortunate enough that my parents did not encourage me to go on a diet and it did allow me to have that same access to the food that i had had previous to my weight gain and i think that was really beneficial in helping me to develop that really good relationship with food

Easter Comes a Week Early To Norwood, Near Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Easter Comes a Week Early To Norwood, Near Boston

"For Corona virus. Kids continue their nervous countdown to Easter. A warm up this past holiday over the weekend for the raindrops fell. Easter arrived a week early in Norwood. Funny brought you some presents much to the delight of three year old Sienna with bags of candy and toys in hand. The Easter Bunny has been visiting families all over town rehearsals. If you will for next week's big holiday, sometimes a sing along, breaks out during one stop the bunny even jumped in on a game of street hockey just one Of the programs available from the Northwood Recreation Department. It's awesome. It's awesome to see all their faces light up when the Easter Bunny shows up. Do you have a favorite reaction that you've seen so far? All of them? Chris Mama

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Sarah Obama, Kenyan Matriarch of Former President Obama's Family, Has Died

Fox News

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Sarah Obama, Kenyan Matriarch of Former President Obama's Family, Has Died

"And they called her mama Sarah Sarah Obama, the matriarch of former president Obama's family in Kenya, died 99 years old, at least. She was Barack Obama's step grandmother his grandfather's second wife. She'll be remembered for her work, raising money for orphans, educations and raising some of the kids herself. Kenya's president or Haru, Kenyatta's is the passing away of Mama Sarah is a big blow to the nation. She was honored by the United Nations in

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New York Times: Current aide accuses Cuomo of sex harassment

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

New York Times: Current aide accuses Cuomo of sex harassment

"I'm Julie Walker a current aide to governor Andrew Cuomo says you look down her shirt and made suggestive remarks to her and to another staffer Alyssa McGrath told The New York Times that Cuomo culture beautiful Italian referred to her and her female colleague as mingle mama's asked why she wasn't wearing a wedding ring and inquired about her divorce she also says a female colleague was the same woman the governor is accused of groping and that he asked that it not to say anything to her about it McGrath is the first current eight to come forward and join the mounting allegations of sexual misconduct against Cuomo which he denies and which is being investigated by the state's Attorney General I'm Julie Walker

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Current New York Gov. Cuomo aide accuses him of sexual harassment, looking down her shirt

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | Last month

Current New York Gov. Cuomo aide accuses him of sexual harassment, looking down her shirt

"Has come forward, accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior. This time. The allegations come from a current member of his staff. Current Cuomo wait. Elissa McGrath 33 is the latest woman to describe a syriza of unsettling encounters with Governor Andrew Cuomo, telling The New York Times the governor called Her and her co worker mingle Mama's. She said he would ogle her body remark on her looks and makes suggestive comments to her and another executive aide. At CBS has made Oliver Cuomo has said he never touched anyone inappropriately or made inappropriate advances and has rejected calls for his resignation.

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Cam Marston Interviews Karen From The Takeover Show

Cheers To Business

03:59 min | Last month

Cam Marston Interviews Karen From The Takeover Show

"Hey everybody welcome to cheers to business. I'm cam marston. If this voice sounds different than what you're expecting that's because this is a takeover show and you're gonna listen to me interview. Karen simmons today. She's been behind the mic for years. Driving this podcast today. She's behind the mic answering questions. That i'm gonna pose to her. Karen thank you and welcome to your show. Thank you so much for having me. This is going to be fun. Well i've never been asked questions on my own. Podcast and i would be nervous. I hope you're a little bit nervous because those nerves. Bring out some crazy responses. We don't know exactly where this is going to go. You obviously have not listened to my show show. I've been a guest on. And i think if there are no holds barred. Let's get started. What of these people who've been listening to you for years. What would surprise them about you. Elvis presley kissed me on the forehead. When i was a child. What else i grew up with. No air conditioner heat with my brother and sister in a skiff going in mobile bay with my dad of fish literally jumped into our boat. Here we go. These are great stories here off the top of my head. No kidding this without even trying cut mama's kitchen on fire. Yeah you've got these great stories so in flash forward. How many years later you've bought and sold in owned in participated in how many different businesses from a woman that caught her mama's kitchen on fire to the ceo. Cfo of how many different businesses now currently cfo of six of which i own fitting companies fifteen companies. All right. take me from elvis kissing you on the forehead to participating in fifteen different companies. I mean it's just a remarkable story. What do people need to know about you. Well you do what you have to do. How do you define that. You don't get grading you treat fairly and you keep after you're not scared to jump. Yeah i think that scared to jump is something that so many people and i'm raising my hand here. Metaphorically deal with what's out there. We don't know how far the bottom is but you seem to do it without hesitation. That can't be the case you've got to evaluate you've got a measure you've got to analyze you. Don't just jump. Sometimes i have and sometimes to my detriment. You're not gonna have parachute every time. But i do have deep faith and so when you listen to whatever is inside of you telling you something. Unless they're weird little voices then. That's god trying to tell you the right thing to do so when my gut gets excited and it looks like a win win win. I don't believe in two inns. I believe in three wins. Who wins win number. One me you've and everybody around us. I see okay. The community the customer. Whoever it may be if you find a need and you price it fairly and it's a win win win. You have a successful business. I don't care what you're doing. When did you get interested in if i read the bio correctly accounting. Got you kind of your start in this. Tell me why that rose to the surface in your world. I was hungry. Well you could have. Let's say become a welder. You could have got helmet a drug dealer. You could have become an actress. You could become a heating and cooling specialist since you seem to value heating and cooling without having it as a child until it paper and toilet paper. I don't know what a toilet paper specialist looks like. Let's not talk about it. But what would but of all the things you could have launched into. Why accounting are you figures person. Do you love a balance sheet in la balance and i love fairness and it makes sense. A numbers don't lie. And i actually started college. Off in chemical engineering. Okay so but i started alleger. Twelve with one of my dad's businesses to make sure. I got paid for doing the work that i was doing. And so started alleged. Not knowing i had a ledger are just made sense. And so chemical engineering kicked my butt. And because none of those letters and those tables are in the actual words they represent which makes no sense to me and said then. I started partying lost scholarship.

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George Floyd family reach $27m civil lawsuit settlement

WGN Programming

05:52 min | Last month

George Floyd family reach $27m civil lawsuit settlement

"The Minneapolis City Council approved $27 million civil settlement with the family of George Floyd over the man's death in police custody last year. And with us to discuss the settlement is one of Floyd family attorneys Tony Rooney tree from the Chicago law firm of Roman UCI and Bland and hi, Tony. Thank you for joining us. How are you? Good afternoon, Karen. I'm doing well. Hope you're well, too. Now. What family members do you represent? So first of all, we are. We represent the trustee in the case. The trustee was appointed as as the main plaintiff, somebody who oversees the litigation. And then, of course, we represented all of the next of kin. Except for one family member s o. We represented well over 10 next of kin in this family, okay? And where? How does it How does a settlement like this? Get negotiate? I mean, this was probably a very unusual situation because of the high profile nature of what was going on. But can you just give our listeners just a view from a legal standpoint? From a lawyer's standpoint in a case like this? How do you broach the topic? And who are you speaking with? Well, it's a very high level question, Karen. There's so much that goes into the settlement of the case like this, But I can tell you that it was a very long Protracted negotiation it involved Literally dozens of meetings between the lawyers, the people in Minneapolis Account was letters and emails and phone calls and sit down and and it takes a long time. They were very protracted, long, difficult negotiations. But it is very typical in these sort of negotiations. Once it happens, it happens very quickly. It's like all of a sudden someone just lifts up the door to that dam, and the water comes gushing out and it's over. S o. You know, we knew that we had settled the case with Minneapolis about 10 days ago, but it had to be kept confidential for so many reasons and I have to hand it Not only the legal team but also the Floyd family members for for keeping this very tightly wrapped, keeping the bow on it until it was ready to be released to the public, which was on Friday. So where does the money come from? The $27 Million in settlement is that come from the police department, the city or is their insurance money for this type of thing? It's very typical and municipalities is that municipalities have control over police departments. And when I say that is that they control their budgets. For example, in Chicago. Um you know, the Chicago Police Department budget is close to $2 billion per year that comes out of city of Chicago Department of Finance right to do. And the same thing in Minneapolis, except their budget is under 200 million. It's a much smaller budget. It's 1/10 the size of that of Chicago's And in the Minneapolis City budget is somewhere around a billion dollars. Now Minneapolis is different than Chicago in that they are considered a very, very Good credit risk. They haven't aid on a plus credit rating and they've been very fiscally responsible over the years, so they actually had the money for this. This will all be self insured money. And Minneapolis has assured that taxpayers that not one cent of this will be taxed back to its citizens. Now I'm going to take the devil's advocate here. And there are people when I've heard them. I've heard them on the streets saying, Yeah, the police were wrong. In this case. It was really a horrible thing. No one deserves to die. But what about all this money? Does this family deserve it? And is this the right thing to do? Well, how do you respond to that? There's no question Karen and you know, Look, it's a fair question, because you know, we have to play doubles advocate. We have to hear both sides. Let me say this. And I've said this, You know, I said this yesterday to somebody else, too. You know, we saw that video. Everybody has seen that video. Everybody now knows George Floyd. Was tortured and executed on the Minneapolis City street for close to nine minutes. They saw what he went through, but I will tell you I've been with this family. I can't not even tell you on how many countless occasions And they are they are tortured every day. All of them they all feel their own personal sense of torture, knowing that one of their dear loved ones was brutally slaughtered. Ministry like this. Nobody got the chance to say goodbye to him. Nobody had the chance to comfort him. This man died. His last breathing words were Mama. And it's It's beyond beyond sad that this is really this is what the definition of tragic is. So is $27 million. A lot of money. Yes, it is. It is. However, when you consider first of all the number of family members who are going to be a part of this settlement And the torture that they will undergo and that they have undergone every day. This is this is how our Seventh Amendment works. This is how civil justice works. It works by making people hold and compensating them.

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Yo-Yo Ma gives impromptu concert after receiving 2nd COVID shot

WBZ Morning News

00:35 sec | Last month

Yo-Yo Ma gives impromptu concert after receiving 2nd COVID shot

"Yo Mama transforming a vaccination clinic in Pittsfield. Into his own temporary concert hall. Yo yo Ma Woz, receiving his second shot along with his wife at birth year Community College when he used his 15 minute observation period to offer a concert to those in the waiting area after nurse asked if you would play for them. Yo Yo Ma has been performing in an online series entitled Songs of Comfort, saying he wanted to find a way to share some of the music that gave him solace. During this very difficult year. It is 6

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Interview With Heather Of Globetrotting Mama

Black Women Travel Podcast

04:02 min | Last month

Interview With Heather Of Globetrotting Mama

"Thanks so much for joining today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your current location in the name of your business. Sure so. it's heather greenwood davis. I'm from toronto. I'm currently living just outside toronto. So i didn't get very far and my business. I'm a freelance writer. So i go by my name. But i also am the founder of globe trotting mama dot com. So you said he didn't get very far but you actually have gone very very very far so it makes circle right music circles around herself. Even i imagine at this point. I really so parents actually exposed you to quite a bit of travel You said that it wasn't exotic like didn't go super far but you knew that there's more to life than just your neighborhood can't talk about like those early trips in like what kind of impression that gave you. Yeah sure so. My parents are from jamaica. Both immigrated in the seventies at toronto. And i was born in seventy two and my parents you know came here and we're really keen on. They were going to be canadian in l. Like they they were bringing all their jamaican heritage roots of course but they they were. They belong here now. They were citizens of this country and we were going to see this country and so our early travels. I remember my mother. Making a point of you know we. We travel every august when she could and we would go to a different province every every time we could and outside of that they were taking you back to jamaica to see family or we were going to the states to see family So yeah like i said. It wasn't very exotic We never went super international anywhere but They were it showed me. It did show me that there wasn't just about this small suburb outside of toronto. That there were people all around the world. Who i could meet and that i had family everywhere. I think that sort of stayed with me as well and that canadian pride has definitely seemed to trickle down to you I saw a post on your instagram. Where you're like. We double fist canadian. Prime unflagging i think as your son came it is it was we. Yeah i am very proud of my country. You made a poignant point in that post as well just talking about how important. It was to acknowledge that there's room to grow so it it was very diplomatic. You were just like. I love this place and we also have room to grow. Oh absolutely like i think. There is this picture of canada which i do think is shifting a little bit but there's always been this picture of canada as this place is utopia in part. I think because of this this myth that In a black people in particular fled slavery in the us to this utopia in canada and so any black people here must be thrilled and happy all the time and of course. That's not the case. Canada also had slavery In fact candidate freed its own slice after it was allowing americans to come across and be free So i mean there are things about canada that have persisted as when it comes to race and racism. You know my kid now. I have two boys of my youngest to sixteen. And he's become quite the activists in around race issues here in canada. So i think yeah. We are very proud of this country. When i'm sure we'll talk about the fact that we traveled extensively And i've loved a lot of the places we visited but it was also. I cannot deny like when we got home. That was probably the most emotional part of the entire trip. You know you you really begin to appreciate what you have at home so proud canadian but recognized we've got laws

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The Actual Cost of Racism in the U.S.

Our Body Politic

03:34 min | Last month

The Actual Cost of Racism in the U.S.

"Heather mcghee spent years as an economic policy wonk and was president of demos from two thousand fourteen to twenty eighteen. Transforming it into a think tank that describes its work as race forward. She just published her book. The some of us what. Racism cost everyone and how we can prosper together in it. She said out to analyze. Why white americans believe in a zero sum racial competition. That's the idea that progress for people of color comes at the expense of white people and she uses social science research to show that. This belief harms everyone. Heather it's great to have you on our body politic. If so great to be with you tell us about the time that you write about in the book where you're twenty five and you have a sort of a moment where the race class narrative clicks in for you so fat nearly twenty years helping to build and then being president for four years of progressive economic think tank called demos and i was just a young economic policy. Staffer and i was working on the issue of debt. Consumer debt household dead should most credit cards mortgages and i was in the russell. Senate office building One of my first. Lobbying visits down there. We were trying to bring our economic research to policy makers to show them that it was going to be a very bad idea to change the bankruptcy laws as the credit card companies. Wanted to make it harder for people who had lost everything to get a fresh start. Get back on their feet and we felt like kind of hat. We had the math right. We we could make the point that this was just a really bad economic policy decision that it wasn't personal irresponsibility. That was driving bankruptcy. It was these structural issues our economy and people just haven't borrowed to make ends meet and we came in with our numbers and i was wearing pantyhose. You have to wear pantyhose. Dc you did at the time and they kept slipping off. And i remember. I went down to fix my shoe. And i was close to the bottom of a door that i could hear a voice and it really sounded like it was the senator senate office building sound like it was the senator the way the people we're talking to him and he said you know the these they. They haven't these babies by multiple mama's than they are using the government to avoid the personal responsibility through bankruptcy. And it was you know he didn't say anything about race he didn't say he's black man. He didn't say these brown men. But it made my heart rate feed up right in the hair. Stick up on the back of my neck. And i had this moment where i felt like. How did i spend all this time. In this predominantly white world of economic tanks and economic research. Forget one of the first lessons. I ever learned as a black person. In america bat the majority of white people have you pretty negative views about our worth in this society and that that more than anything helps explain why majority of white people support a political party and ideology that is bankrupting. The country that is leading to us being unable to handle the pandemic all of these dysfunctions that so many of us are scratching their heads. About why is it. That america can't seem to get its act together. Why can we. Not as i say in the first line of the book. Why does it seem. We can't have nice

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"mama" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

If These Ovaries Could Talk

03:28 min | Last month

"mama" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

"Were not earning. Oh my god. Can you hear the pinging out my window walking who. It's your mind bomb so for those of you. Who don't know i went to a psychic once and and and she just do my cards and then she said. Do you have anything else. you wanna talk about. I was like well. I did want to ask what my mom she goes. Oh my god. I'm so glad you said that she's been with me all week. And it turned out the psychic was also medium and my mom. Rosie showed up and so long story short. She told me at some point that my mom's signal for me was birds so like burn she said and don't forget pigeons or doves and she said don't forget pigeons or doves to and so all all winter long. These pigeons have been like right outside my window. And i and i keep thinking it's my mom rosie saying hello to me from the other side and so now. My son walks by the wind and he goes hirose now. Every time i see pigeons which is all the time in the city. I think of your mom now too. I say hi. And they're just. I think it's just because it's really cold. So our building has this weird curved friday and so they're just trying to like stay warm on the window but i think it's my mom's totally your mom no anyway. Do you like my t shirt. That i'm wearing t-shirts this fine. Looking baseball t is from our new merch line. I ordered a couple of things to test it out. I ordered a t shirt. And i ordered also a laptop case and when i finally get my shit together. I'm gonna order some stuff to go by that moore. We've got mugs onesies t shirt. There's even talk pillows. Which is absurd phone. I buy stuff. There's a pillow case. You get a yellow actual likely. Throw pills rosehill. I thought but more importantly jamie was always on me about. We need some kind of like saying on our merge because nobody just wants a logo so we did one line that is love makes a family. Yeah so it'll be good for your whole family for pride says start stocking now love makes so everybody can get a different colored t shirts so your family makes a rainbow with love mexican. She did there but also lake. If you have any other ideas of things that we say all the time on this podcast that would look well on a shirt. Please let us know. We'll put it on a shirt. It should just be like a picture of helen. shut up. we're gonna make a special. Helen addition i think i know we haven't decided what the saying should be. It should just be like wake up pal and the picture of her. Not people still smoke. There would be like an ashtray with how go to his talk dot com if you would like to get some. Yeah you'll get that merch. Let's talk about our guest jamie. Yes please our next guest came to us. Because zach penny and sue son. He went out and he bought our book for them for christmas because he thought that they would really like it. And penny really dug the book and then reached out to us. Yes they are trailblazers blazers. They are absolute trailblazers. They did some amazing things for families like ours. Which you're going to hear in the episode but pennies the sweetest person. i think i've loved penny and they live in canada and they fought continuously to establish rights for same sex parents. Which you know we love. Yes so they set up a fund for other. Lgbtq families trying to adopt. Oh wait wait wait. Wait and jimmy. They ran that underground sperm group too. That's a whole thing. We just get a lot. You need to hear the story. Because penny i just love her and the dog her xena princess warrior. Let's get to it. Roll the tape pellet any and welcome to these over his could talk. Thank you for.

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"mama" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:50 min | 5 months 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 Strawberry Letter

Strawberry Letter

08:11 min | 9 months ago

"mama" Discussed on Strawberry Letter

"Day down. How many days off you need because she got to be the wife, the mother she don't get no days off from there ain't come in come on right here and when I ask for help on certain things, she huffington post. I just WANNA partnership with her and raise our children you go. Edgy don't. Figure some stuff out. You got to sit down and talk. You listened. You gotta hear some stuff. You don't WanNa. Hear you gotTA. Let some stuff go. You want to let go. That's what marriage really is. My other woman is old inlaws catering to meet like she's my personal assistant. You what? Male Brian. What did you sinful is? She showed up in a box. Like she's my personal assistant. Hold it right there Steve. Kerr tip service in marriage. Somebody down there. We'll have part of Steve's respond coming up at twenty three minutes after the hour is today subject? My children's Mama or my Sugar Mama? We'll be back with more right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. All Right Steve Come on. Let's recap today. Strawberry letter this crazy ladder subject my children's Mama or my Suga. Mama. This food and wrote in. Just. This led a stupid from time to start off. Man I love my wife very much. She's the mother, my children, but I have another woman. The hate for you began right here. By all the women listening to this letter. Seal the. My Wife is very beautiful and smart, but she don't submit to me like my mistress. You that did it right there. Brother let me explain something nothing you write misled after this can bail you out of the situation just. Grab One. Telling you partner. To See FELLAS and won't fill US and listen to this man, this is my father told me so he says listen me when a fool is talking state and listen carefully I, said Daddy. Why should I listen to somebody stupid? He said son listen me. Don't walk away. Because, what you to learn is what not to do, and what not to say, just stay there and listen He. A fool can teach you less so fool wrote is let. Every time. I ask us some she huffing put. Just a partnership with her and raise our children. Go or Partnership Racial Kid. You to talk to you way you have to compromise. You have to hear stuff. Listen stories you're on, listen to go places you won't go. Rubbing While saying you're buy stuff, you'll feel like burn. She goes the money. Say until you about dishonest got to have a marriage is my other woman is old and loves catering to me like she's my personal assistant. Now. If you thought they hate you. In paragraph one. The letter has now turned into. They! Wanted join together in Kiel. Women's looking at you like you staircase. Is so good with this older woman I'm starting to wonder if I'm falling in love with or just in love all the attention I told my mistress I'm not leaving my wife and she don't seem to care now i. know why that is, so I'm gonNA show you. We're GONNA. Come back to that. My wife had phone looks to plumbers number. She ran across the tech from issues. I told her she's one of my real estate class. My wife would never suspect anything and she doesn't question me. Is she found out about my mission? I'm sure I could explain it so that she wouldn't think anything was going on. Because this lady isn't my type, it all. Bam right there. That's the key to this whole thing. Is Type, he's with. Adult. She's actually perfect for you. You full of it and she is to. Match made in heaven but. Let me. Tell you how much you into this. Because she makes you a priority and treat you like a king, she by me expensive gifts, and she freely give me money. Who Do this user? Whole Dude, is itself somebody trying to hold on to somebody else? Listen give you an example. By Marjorie, expensive gifts. Yes? Yes freely give her money. You know why because I'm trying to keep up. Now not. Really about. You know, but you walk. She tried to keep you. I'm in love with my wife. I'm out, took some vials I'm I'm I'm trying to get to take with this. You sitting up in here, man acting like you like you. You just got options bushy HBO type Dope. Title with his wife. See. That's why every woman hate you. I love that she enjoys Cognac cigars with me and got a passion for classic cars. What would you this? This treasure trove. You filed the greatest moment to ever. And she. Courage right classic. Eye like go shoot tammy. She likes sports. Don't. Be. Go to fight. Don't shoot. ME. She don't give a damn if you don't brush your teeth. Your say don't say it took. ME. She'd let you get into bed. Without taking a shower. Where did you? See. She's I deal sugar. Mama to six is great, and it feels so natural. How can imagine why this? Is. Single, I gave a couple of he's Washington. Number two number one. She Dayton you. Number two most mean don't like women with CIGA- breath. Number three? Won't a woman with all that income with me. I won't do by myself I don't want. My Wife Likes Sport. I watch sports, my boys. Walmart for play golf our go by my damn self. Yes why? Do too damn much I see. Thank you. Know more with this ignat ass LEDA. Post your comments today. Letter. WHAT YOU DO Steve Harvey FM on? INSTAGRAM and facebook and don't forget to check out the strawberry letter podcastone demand coming up at forty six minutes after the hour. Girl from the talk Cheryl underwood coming up right after this you're listening to. Morning Show. I I'm Devin. Leery I'm Carolina. Barbecue and we're here to tell you to dump him. Break up with your boyfriend and we want you to listen to our podcast true romance every week where we talk about our love lives and the love lives of others. Please join our exes. Who We know will also be listening like Kyle Kyle. Are you there? Has Life. No, you look good though me own my God talk. Please haven't even gotten a haircut like three months. Okay, please help us pay for Carolina psychiatrist bills by listening on the iheartradio. 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"mama" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"mama" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"On that. Probably though true probably GonNa Love Fun. Yes they will point all right go ahead. They still loaded up. We all laugh at these are the people who are on home. According to remember it's important remember is a decent leave leaving a nice five star review. Yes Mama Mia and just say which celebrities may have eaten it started. I think everything's fine. I think yes John Denver's favor pizza. He's got this plane after birth Kirk. It's might oh hey mutt. It's it's Mike Nancy. I got to the first time I I'm driving dodge shop. I'm driving and It might all the groceries. Agai some tone. That's the strongest kids fact that see. We don't need to recycle. GotTa bring it forward. You know what I'm saying. GotTa keep it moving. That's the shore. Yes or something Entering National Syndication Mutt. Well that might be true. Strumming hammer could be corona virus rises. One Radio Star. Find new things like the is. They built a beautiful basement for for their friends links. The Buddies Kevin Spacey and they were able to just sort of do their creative do thing. You say business created. Just be creative things. Yes Brian Singer. If you say he was there I didn't mention him but okay fine. I know what you're implying. That's their thing really a horrific thing. Place your best friends pizza. That's do it fine. All right it's appropriate. It's kind of weird. Flex Bragwell only using tomatoes grown in AUSCHWITZ GOES THE LIBERAL LOSES. Business all right. Hello get the puppy I've heard you've been slandering the Mama. How'd you will appear? He knows he a people on the inside and You know I do appreciate the The notice of the The fertilizer out in the In the garden from Auschwitz. I've turned into Irish pub but we're going to slowly come back to Italian Sabathia here. Okay thank you papa. Oh we're not done okay. I I think that it's nice that we bring in some local celebrities into into the restaurant. Young children accompanied by many famous celebrities. We may have a A dugout or a dungeon. Some may call it friends spacey. Maybe you're indoor cycling jokes now. How did you hear listen? I won't take. It's a small business that the rest of the line. Thank Benito.

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"mama" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"mama" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Cover of the rolling stone right up there on the wall back background you can see the runners. The marathoners start. Tell you have no idea why this is being unleashed? The guy sides away to get their business after the fuck with fucking shame. The great thing about Mama Mia is putting room. Keep your backpack. Well they're all day that FRY. They fed them all day. I can really do is hug house and hope he is a fine sense of humor. Should we call the Warthog to Guy Control? You lose a business that obviously. It's well nuggets. Not all ingest. Now they think about it. I I like to think of examples not well. I don't know for example the Air Mendez thing doesn't quite lineup shores. He was there was video evidence. Oh sure it is sure. Okay thank you. Thank you still have to be kind of kind of weird that the day before? Halloween Mayor Menino was eating their fourteen. Well he's an old man odd. Well they have nice Halloween spread. That's sure they do. Yeah it's a good point. They really do get tricked. Don't say Bang.

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"mama" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"mama" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Good Morning Gentlemen. What'S UP Sheldon? Well I just got done chase my stupid ass house back in which made me thinks if you guys ever tried any of that fake these. And why the fuck would you ever do that? Because that's gotta be processed beyond belief. What are we talking about? Impossible burgers the plant based me. Oh no I would need that. Now I'm about Wendy's beyond Sir I wasn't GonNa bring it up disoriented source at lunch today to today's what Wednesday it's Wednesday Wendy's when do you Wednesdays when everyone knows that I Mama Mia some decent pizza though do give it a try elegant bringing malaria over this is much worse than India. Ghana repeat God shit on this fine. I heard that. Oh that Pepperonis can switch committee stuffed. Why would that even? It's weird multi just falls off. It's certainly also all say is a show them sorry. They have celebrity pictures there in the last celebrity. Who had lunch as healthy picture? Win that very healthy rodrigue. That's it that's all I'm GONNA say. They have their wall of so. It's very strange. They're celebrities. Kobe Bryant Roger. Ebert strain some of these men. Kobe Bryant died. The causes very clear but they were. I remember the people I know. Yeah we'll take. We're going to put some of our special sauce in the helicopter for you guys that it was it was it was strange. Guess Justice Ginsburg deliver. It's very it's very weird as as a fine step even offered us any pie. This is true of being on along with happily happily say you know we love Warthog. Yes we'll tell you what I'll tell you this right now. Right now sheldon. You'll get the show later. Don't bring a pizza next time. Seem Grandba- fucking here in the middle of a river. Oh Saito that's very dangerous in these fucking drown drowned. Warhawks could swim drowning. Little piglet is is a girlfriend is girlfriend the the the end of the water. We looking at me like that's ban. Well she's concerned. Shame those very a personality. She took the most indelible memory. You have a shows history honestly just days.

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"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year 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..

Roth MD
"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year 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..

Roth MD
"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year 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..

Roth MD
"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

08:18 min | 1 year 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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08:18 min | 1 year 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

08:18 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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.

Kito Luca Raffin caffeine degenerative disease Luke Raffin Dr Gunnery Dr Larry Dr Christianson Rhonda Patrick fain Eden IBP
"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

11:34 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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.

Kito Luca Raffin caffeine degenerative disease Luke Raffin Dr Gunnery Dr Larry Dr Christianson Rhonda Patrick fain Eden IBP
"mama" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

03:55 min | 1 year 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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"mama" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"mama" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"Mama. Mama, mama. Mama. Mama, mama. Mama. Mitch. Oh. Peter. I like chicken. It's professional wrestling. There you have it. Welcome aboard cheap cheat now, as she g that is the Repub theme by EJ ruby. I wanna know what you think what the cheap eat universe things. Do you guys prefer that theme from EJ ruby? Or do you prefer prefer the following from the dude? Big b. A little bit. Great. Wrestler, the history of artful. Mitch. There you have it from the dude. Big b which one you prefer? She j I the first one is it's really close 'cause I got into both of them. But I really liked the first one. Now, I believe the second beat is, is significantly better. Yeah. But the but the use of drops in the first one, he gets in a few more things. And I think there's just we'll ask the cheap universe Rosenberg, beats gmaiLcom. And maybe now this will challenge more people who didn't do it last week to do one. But there is when I hit it the first time, there was something that immediately listening to beginning, it just feels right. Mitch feels like. Moment. It just feels. Right. So we are here again and whether or not you think the we can wrestling was made or repugnance. We're going to get to it right now. I don't have a ton of time bad week. Schedule-wise. Oh man. She g a lot going on in the world. A lot going on in the world. However. We must continue on. An SUV I we have to start the show, unfortunately. With terrible news. Yeah. Very bad news. Former w diva Ashley Massaro passed away yesterday at the age of thirty nine. Diva search winner. Was in the WWE between two thousand five to two thousand eight competed at some wrestlemanias former women's champion Alicia, a women's championship match. At least. She's just from that era of divas debt, you know..

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