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"matt cook" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"Afterwards and you're seeing pretty extraordinary results. I remember very early on. We talked and you spend a lot of time looking at the science and the research of what could potentially help. There's no trials on anything for covid right so we've just sort of go on what works for viruses works for the immune function. What works out optimize. We must help might be would work. And you came up with a whole approach which was really robust which is actually very similar to when i came to independent of you about what what to do to these people and you've been doing it So first let's talk about you know why it's more important than ever to be healthy and focus on your health rather than just eating doritos and having you know dunkin donuts every day. Because you're you're depressed and you wanna benji. And that's so bad coven and to you know why it was more important than ever to actually focus on optimizing your health in the face of covid and not just sort of going to all that and then we'll get into some of the details of what you're doing so that's a totally fantastic russian. It's the question of our lives. And what functional medicine is assistance approach to approaching inflammation lowering. It which is why in a way. We were kind of designed for being ready to help people not just with the initial segment of covid but with the long term aspect of it. And what happens is is the kuban can come into the body and bind onto cells and when it does that it it creates inflammation in potentiate inflammation. That may or may not already be there and it can do that in your airway can do it on your brain. It can do it on your lungs can do it on your heart can you. Your kidneys can do it in your gut and from a systems perspective everywhere in the body. Were try to do things to address. All of those areas and optimism and cova can lead inflammation and sometimes it can lead to runaway inflammation and my experience of people is when the runaway inflammation happens. I think is kind of like what you cite. Their system was already pre wired to just go and temp limitation so they're higher risk but people who have systems problems people that have sleep apnea people that have obesity people that have heart and lung problems. They just don't have that much capacity to accept that much stress on their body and so then they just go down way quicker sitting duck right and i think you know we see in this country that you know that people who are dying are the people away not even obese two and a half times more likely to get sick or die. I'll be sure twelve times gets done. Now if you have heart.
"matt cook" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Much rapid fire. Thank you for helping me. Sir. Girls League I liked doc. Yes I wanted to. Okay. So are we bypassing you met or you come back to you know I, see it seated. Echo what you said because for me, I felt like, I couldn't say anything ever for almost all my life. So it just kind of holding that in so I I realized how you felt because I I was just if I felt bad I would just hold it in and I would wonder if would go away I was I felt like I would wonder for like Months or something like that, and now if something happens, I just say like our border Blah and it never seems to last more than like ten minutes because I can just process through it and so I think that that's Amazing thing for you that you said. You get the next one. In the last five years what have you become better at saying no to. Invitations. Distractions. What new realizations have held I actually, this is fresh in my mind because I just got invited down to compete in this kind of like hardcore masochistic manly man event in Texas was shooting and swimming and hauling heavy loads and I am still struggling with the transition from being an athlete into being what I know is kind of my bigger calling in terms of impact and fulfillment that is being a mentor being spiritual leader of being a motivator being someone who doesn't necessarily inspire people by going out onto the field of battle and competing, which let's face it on going to be doing anyways when I'm eighty and Mike Celebration to a body that will feel like eighty is only going to the vastly increased by my participation in these type of events have been doing for the past twenty years now by densify myself with and. I've got invited to so many swim run competitions and random lake screwed up versions of triathlons, an obstacle course races and heavy man lifting strongman legit all this stuff and I have had to learn that most of the time my polling towards a lot of those activities is based on ego based on the fact that I've identified myself as an athlete for so long that it was really hard for me for a long time just say no can't can't make that and like this this last event. I look at it. It look at all the events that they're going to be doing like, Oh, I could totally win this like totally and up and I'm like but you know what? That's two days of travel flight Texas, two days of sitting around shooting the Shit with a bunch of guys and lifting stuff exercising not really necessarily creating meaningful shit for people or doing what I know is going to be my true calling or even being around a to raise up my boys or be with them or take them out of the wilderness or down to the river out in the forest, and so I've had to begin to learn to say no to. Events that I get invited to that. I'm realizing are more simply things on Pepsi do feel my ego versus things that are going to help me to fulfill my impact on who Totally resonate. Awesome. So hang hanging up the athlete identity and replacing it with the man mentor leader Father King took me two years to actually fully. Yeah. Give into that. Because it was a huge part of my identity as well. How do you feel inspiration trump soho how do I feel about it? I, feel like I've already proved myself and I don't need to prove myself any. That's basically it. In a very simplified version that took me two years to get to that L. that was that was quick though don't get there. Matt for me. It's a little similar were saying no to a lot of travel now and I'm trying to say no to almost anything other than like exercise. Meditation Yoga Movement Mobility Medicine and just during that and I feel like we're going to. A? That investments probably going to do more towards improving what we can do for other people. So saying no to. To travel and being on the road and saying, yes, to sort of this, this hour version of that introspection is It's I'm I'm incredibly excited about. Cool. That's awesome. Okay. Yes. I agree with a not travel. Amazing..
"matt cook" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Real world? What advice should they ignore? Why. Did you go to college? You Idiot V. Nearer to building. So. If if they haven't had gone to college for legitimate reasons such as. They need demonstrable evidence that they have engaged coursework that allows them to do something that may harm someone if they didn't actually. Pass fail such as building a bridge being engineer of being a physician being an astronaut, etc. I certainly do think there are some things that that rigorous demonstrable coursework is necessary for. An I also, of course, believe that if you're going to college for the social. The real generalize education etc.. Travel around the world for a year and you'll get a lot better education than going to college. However, I would say that The advice that I would give. would be To. If at all possible because I still feel as though mentorship and apprenticeship and practical hands on learning. Is under emphasized or sometimes completely neglected in a in a college setting. That my advice would be to for whatever career that you want to embark upon. You find one of the best people that you can who is practicing that craft that skill and you've got a way to shadow them to follow them to learn from them to be mentored by them or in some way, see what they do on a daily basis, and of course, I think that that's an indispensable. Whether or not you're going to college. But let's say that you graduate with a degree in you know Legis-, US something, very simple and realistic like I did say Physical Education, right? Well, I, just went straight into. Operating Gyms and Personal Training Studios working at health clubs win. If I could go back. I would have found one of the best of the best like a Charles pollock win the strength Sensei or a vote. That's a lean kettlebells Keto bell instructor. Yeah Charles was was a friend of yours. Yeah. Rest piece. or or or Pablo or let let's say if the if we're talking about something like You know endurance maybe a a Lance Armstrong or mark Allen or a Dave Scott and just basically. Hound those people their assistance, the people close to them figure out a way to where you can actually go in and follow them and see what they do and learn from the greatest of the great the goats. So to speak a new term that we taught our children last night and what what I would do is find whoever's doing what you want to do in a very good way and. figure out tooth and nail how you can get yourself tucked into the wing of that person and just be a fly on the wall or shadow them for for a good several months just to really get exposed to how what you've learned in a formal setting can be applied in a real world boots on the ground setting and you asked about advice that should be ignored I would say You don't know a lot of advice that college students are being given these days but just general was advice that I see around out there I would say that. Probably. One of the things that I was personally advised to do was to really get my hands dirty get into the business learn what I was doing inside now whether was programming web pages or designing. Scripts or writing newsletters or doing research for clients and I would I'm gonNA use this word again ruthlessly source as much as you can to focus on what Gary? Keller. WHO has a book by the same title, which is excellent would say crushing your one thing right? Don't worry about putting yourself into a situation. We need to learn every single aspect of what it is that your business involves instead just focus on the one thing and like for me now, I don't know how to log into my. Own website I don't know how to fix anything about I. Don't know how to send out a can email to my audience I don't know I don't even know how to do any of that stuff. I have no clue how to do it and there was a time when that would have driven me absolutely nuts because I'm supposed to know to run every aspect of my business and I've largely extracted myself from all of that. So I, focus on what I really really want to read. Right learn teach create. And so I'm living my highest purpose because I'm not trying to do it all. So those are the two main things. Get practical hands on experience from someone who's doing quite well, and then focus on doing what you do best crush that one thing outsource everything else. Get. One. Okay I'M GONNA dovetail. Because I think there's two sort of genres and come you're going to dovetail not piggyback. I was GONNA dovetail to kind of creep up, and then it's going to jump on topic. Thank you back. That's GONNA. Take you back on the second half of. The. Some of the people you talked about like the go it's like you're I think yourself in Tim and and Charles pollock polokwane are people who are fundamentally very self expressed and they expressed and created. Almost like a reality distortion field around them and I think that's what I told I. It's almost like we're in a reality distortion field here where Cova doesn't exist greatest and so that is like on the one hand of one one potential pathway of life, and then this other pathway in life is. More di- tactic more traditional college experience of I have several boxes here and and figure out which one of those boxes you want to be in and for the rest of your life. And I think that there's a hybrid model for the kids out there too, which is to play in any or all of those boxes and try to pick what you're truly passionate about because what I now believe is if you really want to do it, you can do anything. And then. And then living in that getting curated and with all the latest and greatest of in science and art and and a modern perspective on traditional culture and religion, and then in parallel to that then finding these people that are outside of the box finding Ben Finding a finding these these people who are the mavericks.
"matt cook" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Things on track to. Great. Don't. So NBC has a show called Song Land and I love and it's especially relevant to Matt night because one of the things are working on this weekend a lot of scenes songwriting because we have a band called rocky roots at Rocky Roots Music Dot. com shot out and an artist came into the Song Land Studios for the show on NBC where Singer songwriters come and present their tunes and the lead singer for the black-eyed peas I forget his name. Oh. Well, I am. Yeah we'll add. He was one of the judges he chose this song and turn it into an actual black-eyed pea song and that's where this came from was the NBC show Song Land. That's open a billboard be. Be, Nice. That's probably Off Promise, it'll change your life to 'em pretty stuck in the nineties. Play for you later on. Tonight okay. Today. How about you matt and we can you give a shout out to that kid that plays. Guitar they played for us yesterday Oh. Yeah. The other kid I was down at a I was done and Mikey dees from the BBC boys. Shout Mikey on in. Malibu hanging out with him and his boys. Schuyler Davis and this cat named Marcus. King. Came by who was recorded. Marcus Marcus Kings from Nashville Oh my gosh. Look on spotify. His are like one of the funniest things was rick was. Rick was listening to Marcus play and the dude rips out guitar licks like Jimi Hendrix. And Rick Rubin Goes Yeah that's big boy guitar playing. For, twenty twenty two year old kids, Marcus. King, Chato he's he's got some good tunes. We should listen to some of those tonight's Burger party that we're doing. We'll put on Marcus King. Can you ask me my question again? Sure if you had a billboard and you wanted to put anything on it and get your message out to millions and billions of people what would it be? I would say. It's GONNA be amazing. But Abed, this is my this is my idea. Spend so crazy with Cova, and so then there's like trying to figure out what's happening and and. Transitioning from the state that were in into the state that were going at often when big pandemics and crazy things happen. All kinds of. Evolution and and science and technology and opportunity to kind of come. and. I think that that's going to happen from Functional Medicine Perspective from a Science Perspective from a wellness perspective and. This is an opportunity for all of us to take our health to deeper and greater level and I've and I've done that for myself and it's been like absolutely the most amazing sort of four months of my clinical practice. And so I'm I'm super pumped and so and there's there's so much fear that in driving around and so I'd like to have billboards all over said it's going to be amazing. and. Start to program that into our consciousness is going to be amazing. That, you're cut fries. Got T shirts mugs. Means, you can buy them. Medical. Today. You made me having to turn justice sow doubt because you. Pretty often. I four t shirt can work, and then some people saw me wearing it and so then they made me cups that say it's going to be amazing. Sounds.
"matt cook" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Now question because I know people are going to ask. This is some work in the comments section of this show when you're taking the probiotics but you're also taking these things that kill. Bacteria in the small intestine aren't the probiotics. Also being killed right. So it's so you're just you're trying to separate them a little bit and so I'm taking probiotics generally at night and then I'm just spritzing them through at slightly different times than when you take everything else and then And you know another thing that you can do is you. Can you can take probiotics. And then you can mix them up with saline and then you can put them in the anima so there's so then you're getting them straight into the call. Yeah and that's actually what I was going to ask you about Gouda thion as well because fellow. We've been talking to Dr John. Laura down in Sarasota who who knocked us both flat on her. I don't just call him the Sandman. He's the Sandman. So so you guys. I've already talked about John. He's actually GONNA fly up up here next two months. And we're going to record a podcast amongst other things with this doc. And Florida's doing is he's making suppositories Got Glutathione. Suppositories probiotics depositories. But for sleep. He has travel hacking kit. And it's essentially international glutathione spray and then a high high dose like one hundred Milligram Melatonin suppository and a three hundred milligrams. Cbd suppository and last time. I was in San Jose. I gave one of each to Matt and he used them and it was really funny because we're going to get up and go to the gym the next morning like seven. Am and I'm texting that. Like eight thirty with no reply. I didn't want to go upstairs. Wake him up because I was just crashing the on the floor of a living room and he woke up. I think at like eight thirty nine and we finally headed to the gym and I think you were literally like falling asleep in the locker room at the gym still walk. I woke up that day at one o'clock in the afternoon but I mean like I sleep like a baby it with with no with no Melatonin. To Miller's toners for me is like so I'm I'm and you know what's interesting. This is an interesting thing in life as you handed it to me. I looked and I saw that. It said the Sandman Dot. I wonder what that means and then I thought. Oh it's from Ben. I'm sure it's going to be fine of course but I should have I should I should have That should have tempted me to ask another question and by the way I I wouldn't necessarily endorse using something like that every night. But I'm actually looking because I just discovered this guy is a positive. I'm going to India and a couple of weeks so I'm GonNa take this on long-haul travel the kind of reset. Get to where I'm going so anyways. Yeah that is called travel hacking. I'll find Lincoln. Put it in the show notes for you guys. It's called the travel hacking kit. So anyways you've got a you're talking about how you wanted to do like Homo Glutathione or in the probiotics for So so now. Basically we're breaking down by a foams were doing herbal approaches to killing and then I'm hooking up with Glutathione restoring your microbiome through a diversity of different things. Okay all right. So we've got that whole stack and that would be considered the parasite reset component exactly. Except for the fact that you're GonNa do Alabama's all and you're GONNA do a course of three anti-parasite medics and it's only going to be a total of twelve days a treatment but he's the pharmaceuticals these are the pharmaceuticals and so that's GonNa do is buy a drug mechanism. Start to kill those and what I'm doing with an in. The what I found. Is People do way better because that biofilm exists. And what will happen a lot of times? I'll see people and when they come in and see me and they said Oh I saw somebody got treated and then it came back and then I got treated and came back and then all all sit and try to figure out when when this happened and I'll typically here like in your case has been like two years. I talk to people all the time. And it's like Oh yeah. We had this. I've had this problem for eight years. Ten Years Fifteen years and so it's super important to do this. Comprehensive Approach where you restoring the microbiome. You're breaking down that bowel foam and you're really comprehensively doing something. And so I and I. I started saying this everybody. I said we're going to spend six months to a year and you're gonNA go on kind of a healthier diet and it's GonNa be fun as it'd be amazing is GonNa be awesome not not necessarily a healthier because my dad was already healthy but more like a diet that eliminates some of the fermentable compounds that wall healthy you know such as the wonderful Kimchi and Sauerkraut. We have in there in the refrigerator. Or such as you know things like like apples or onions or garlic like like. We're not vilifying those as being unhealthy but saying that in the case where you have these type of issues going on those are giving the bacteria highly fermentable compounds that they can use to multiply and grow right and then if they grow then. They're starting to release toxins. That can have all kinds of side. Effects Papa. Soccer that gets into your Chris Brown fog and and so we see people kind of crazy things and so by kind of approach at this. Isn't the rest of your life next year? You're going to be able to go out and have a great time. And and then even in the short term let's say in the short-term we decided to go back to the Middle East because I would super like to go there then when when we are eating that stuff then we're GONNA be prepared to be because if we're coming the water with that with that garlic than what we're GonNa do is we're going to layer in a bunch of anti-microbials. Kill what we what we brought out we can also just do lamb roast chicken ends at Zeki instill. I'd be fine with that okay. So so that's the parasite reset component. But then there are. There are a couple of other things that you throw in there for what I believe you call your Gi reset and then like this cellular detox type of protocol right. So what what what happens to so many people are they're toxic not just at the level of the gut but they're toxic at the level of cells and so we're trying to help people basically detox at a cellular level and so I have a protocol that uses the same glutathione. But then we're using. We're us we're using zeolite. And it's a really small Pharmacia night that helps shuttle toxins including Mike at Toxins but then also including metals and Matt also can be big situation for a lot of people and so then now you start to shuttle and move toxins and metals out of the cell and then it moves down a concentration gradient and then they moves to the liver and then gets pushed into the gut and then once it gets pushed into the gut. Then we give a binder and and that binder and we use four different binders in our binder bunions on to all of those biological toxins and one of the things that does is that binds onto those mall. Toxins so now. This is a real important part of this parasite thing and this this I think is going to really make sense to you because those the mold that is living in you was making these MICA. Toxins some of them. I ca- toxins staying in the intestine and then some of the talked since are getting into your bloodstream. And we found him in your urine. Okay now the situation with that as if I give you a binder that binds on that and mops all of that up and if I do that then it's just going to get pooped out in that poop that's the size of your biceps. And then that's kind of once. I take that away then. Your immune system isn't facing those. Mike Toxins all the time. And so then your immune system is gonNA stop making antibodies to mycotoxin Jackson. Gotcha now so a binder is real important. Now there's a bunch of different binders. There's some that just use bamboo that I'd like and it tends to be clean but it's not very powerful. Some people like call a styrene. That's a resin. The problem with me and has 'cause loves lot of constipation and so I've got this clean binder clean sell detox so we're starting to shuttle things out and then grab those Mike. Edison pulled them out while in parallel. We're breaking down biofilms killing everything in there and then resetting and repopulating your your your microbiome amazing. I've gotta think for pandas by the way so I would have preferred the bamboo approach. But I get your logic okay. I like kung-fu Panda. Panda the greatest animation movie of all time. It's it's it's pretty good but not as good as the old school panda joke or the panda walks into the bar and Any he's he saunders up to the bartender and he says the author of a shot akilah bartender and so the bartender gain hands over slides across the car that Quila and the panda throws back the Tequila. And then he whips out a revolver and he starts blasting around the room. People are duck and right and left and shooting up the bar shooting the bottles and shits breaking all over the place and he stands up soldiers back out of the bar and the bartender comes out from behind the counter. Like Hey look down at the guy who's who's down the down the other end of the bar who sitting there watching the whole thing he says what the hell just happened and the guy a guy down at the other end of the Bari says error look up of panda in the encyclopedia. The bartender says no and the guy says panda each shoots and leaves anyhow so so you got to sell detox detox. So then the next thing is energy reset okay now energy reset so far got parasite reset. We have cellular detox. We have GI reset and now we get to energy reset and this may be like the biggest thing that people come to me for because so many people come with blow energy fatigue and and they're coming because they're interested in any D. and they're interested in trying to figure out ways to improve their energy and a lot of people have heard about any D. And so what we have is a product called entity fuel and what entity fuel is has something that drives the salvage cycle that allows you to reuse an ad in your body and that's combined with delays and tremendous seen. It has to do with methylation. And so if you want to dig into this weekend a little bit but what. I've actually discussed this on other podcast episodes before and essentially in short when you're using a D. or supplementing with an ad or getting an IV or injection or anything like that you're up regulating these methylation pathways pretty dramatically in so consuming. A methyl donor like trimethyl lysine or butane or SDN. Assume Athenian or something. Like that when you're using a D. will amplify the benefits of the NASD exactly exactly now to pet attention in class. That's really really good. Now do you want do you. Want to digress on that for a second because they'll go for it's amazing there's a guy named men who were Muhammed who I'm working with. He's he's been on the podcast before because DNA valuation. I just finally convinced my dad to test because my dad was adopted. I've always wondered on my Dad's side like you know what's what's going on genetically. I WANNA see Allen. I finally collected my dad with menteur. And and they're doing it. I think they did a genetic test last week. Okay Perfect Yeah. The what's it called the. Dna Company Says Company. Yeah Yeah Alley to my podcast with him to for those listen so so this one's nuance to an interesting. Because when you Dr Anne de then what happens is it turns cell signaling on and then it does like fifty different things and in the process of doing all those things you need to use a lot of methyl groups and so it uses up a lot of our mouth all groups and so P M Trough laziness is has the least side effects that is the easiest one to kind of onboard people with now what menteur discovered is that and this kind of goes into one of the things that I'm really thinking about within trauma and Ptsd in the brain which will get into.
"matt cook" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Focus on those things you can do. Now because there's plenty you can do an exercise exercise. I think is an interesting one talking to this crowd. Kinda Been Greenfield fitness crowd. I think of exercise a little bit differently. Most of you are probably already kind of fitness fanatics. And you're working out pretty hard. Personally I have cut back my workhouse. The way am thinking about this is the same way out of thought about an Ironman race training. I've been training really hard and then taper when it comes down for the competition. I've kind of looking at this next month or two in the season that we're going into as a competition. I am not going to be overreaching. I'm not going to be pushing myself because my immunity will actually be slightly lower when I'm training really hard so movement Staying in shape but not overdoing. It will be important when you think about exercise math. There's are all great great Points Mad I mean just to sort of put a personal note on it. I mean things that I've personally been doing our been increasing Migraine smoothies so making sure I get one of those in a day But just for all the micronutrient Content really focusing on sleep making smart decisions Which I try to do anyway but really focusing on it and then For my exercise really dialed back. The hit And I'm I'm focusing mostly owned zone to work because I really want that. The biggest immunity boost I can get in. I want as much by Micahel biogenesis as I can get so I can. So I can really Energized my immune cells yet. It's a good. It's a good point. You make about the smoothies to one person. You know you have four kids so their morning breakfast on making them smoothies now. And that's a way for me to get in the vitamin C the Vitamin D. Maybe the all of oil or olive leaf extract and all those things which they probably wouldn't take otherwise so little things like that can make a difference. That's a good segue guest to talk about some supplements that may be helpful as well. Yeah I mean I think most of the people in this audience are probably already doing the the lifestyle interventions that that we're discussing but there are a few other things that you can put in your body through supplements that can potentially increase your your immunity and and help help boost your immune system So let's talk about these Vitamin D it's critical for immune system function necessary for genetic transcription. It's required for immune cells to Created an eight Response to an acute infection There's been several large studies Over twenty thousand people and have shown that vitamin D levels less than thirty are associated with more regular infections A recent well-designed Prospective study was double blind placebo controlled trial Showed that Vitamin D. Supplementation resulted in a forty two percent decrease in the incidence of influenza infection. so. I mean I think if you don't know what your vitamin D. level is right now is probably the time to push it up a little bit. You know I mean we we shoot for fifty and our patients And I think You definitely wanted above thirty so if you haven't had this tested recently. I think that there's very low risk to taking you know. Five thousand to ten thousand is a vitamin D daily But but realistically should get your vitamin D checked a stat and know exactly what it is so that you can you can optimize it yet and just to be super clear. We're not saying taken by D. is going to prevent you getting this illness but We're GonNa talk all the little things which you could do which there may be some benefit that don't have a high cost to them like Zeke zinc deficiency associated with immune dysfunction including Improv laboratories Thymus reduction in t regulatory sales. So personally I started taking zinc which I wasn't in the past so about fifteen to thirty milligrams per day Depending on much you sweat exercise higher doses. If you're really exercising quite a bit That's going to be one that it's going to be a low cost thing that you can do another one. I started recently as Olive Leaf extract. It's got any oxidant. Immune enhancing properties helps maintain a healthy balance of cytokines in the body. Cytokines are these proteins that are secreted by cells of the immune system. They act like Like Chemical Messengers so they basically help regulate the body's immune response and inflammatory response There was actually a recent study in young athletes that showed a reduction in sick days in severity of illness by twenty eight percent so this one might not necessarily prevent infections much although it probably does help to some degree but it will likely help sort of decrease the severity of the infection and the link of the infection and yet Mushroom Max Rex. That's another one. Anyone that knows me knows. I'm a big fan of mushrooms general Mushroom extract can increase macrophage and natural killer cell activity As well as some other immune signaling. Courtships Rishi mytalk easy although stimulate immune cells quadriceps Taki Those have some kind of protective activity against some harmful microorganisms. As well so you can eat mushrooms regularly or you can just kinda take mixtures. There's quite a few mushroom extracts on the market I like the four sigmatic mushroom extracts shot. Shaggy lines made Rishi court accepts. They've got a lot of really great products as well. I know I saw recently been mentioned on his instagram. That he's been taking a large dose of Vitamin C. Which I think is is extremely low risk. I think the data's been a bit mixed in the past there are some newer studies. That have come out. That a suggested there isn't immune boost Whatever you don't use basically out so It's it's fairly cheap and think it's extremely low risk to add that into the equation as well. Yeah and there's some more advance things like peptides. We've talked about peptides quite a bit in the past and again I don't this is the these are some things that aren't as inexpensive and cheap and the things that haven't been studied this long so maybe a little more risk associated but I am going to just mention them and again we're not recommending. Anyone take these. We're not saying that it treats the virus but to be honest he sings you just things that I'm doing for myself so feel like I should at least mention them so thymus and Alpha This is a peptide that stimulates the immune system and decreases inflammation It's been shown in the lab also inhibit viral replication used in some human clinical trials against viral infections as well Right now and I'm doing with this twice weekly dosing since there is some community. Spread another one. That probably has less data on it But I should mention is L. Thirty seven this has been shown to be effective in preventing viral attachment to sales. So it's been used in some viral studies and there's some anecdotal reports that it works well with respiratory tract viruses. This is something that could be dosed once. You have an infection. There's a one cut. Pinto cin poly phosphate. This is really an injection for joint in the past but it's been shown to inhibit some viral. Absorption into sales. This is something that you do twice a week if you had signs of infection and then see lock which is a Nutro pick that I've used for our patients before. Usually actually patients with some anxiety has some interesting effects. But it's a variant of an immune molecule. It's been it's been shown to reduce borrow. Tigers viruses like influenza. So these are really kind of on the fringe and experimental. And I'm not saying this as a treatment for this but it's again it's things that that I am kind of stocking and have on hand in an amusing and I'm ready to use if I get symptoms And then there's also some other supplements we personally have kind of put together. A packet of suggestions for our patients will share that would ban so he can put it on the website as well one them really following right now closely as Quercetin. There was a really interesting study going on right now. A group out of Montreal. Think of a Canadian group and they're actually doing a study in China right now the really interesting effects and there's also a just last night Someone sent me four brand new papers are coming out from Italy. Actually showing questions activity against several different types of viruses. Potentially this one as well and again these are not said. He's been peer reviewed. They're not big studies yet but I want to mention it. I mean I I. I saw these studies and I've only read two out of the four so far. But it's been enough that I've actually ordered and started taking Quercetin as well Had A little bit at the House took on this morning and I've ordered more because the data was really kind of compelling to me. Yeah I mean I think when you're faced with a with a novel virus like this where we don't have good treatments you're kind of stuck Sometimes on the French And and I think that's I think that's just the reality. I mean in medicine. We're seeing that right now. You know I mean physicians are in an ICU USER. Using rent disappear which is sort of a drug that was created for a bowl of a few years ago that previously didn't have any other Real home and finding there might be some some benefit from it so I mean people even even in the you know. The medical community in the most traditional setting are having to are having to look to the French for answers. Here So I don't think that's unreasonable So now what about what about once you do start feeling ill. What do you think that we should be telling the listeners to do? Because I'm sure a lot of them have that question you know. Should I get tested? What where do I go to get tested Do I go to the car yet? We should be following. Cdc World Organization guidelines. But I'll tell you what we're telling our patients right now. It's good to kind of talk through the risks. So if someone has a fever they start feeling symptoms. What are your options if you do go to healthcare facility number one you riskin affecting others Number two if you just have the common code then you risk maybe catching something so there are risks going in what are the benefits for going and the benefit is if there is an intervention that can be done for you? That couldn't be done home then. There's the benefit but for most of us those of us that are listening to this. They're young and healthy. We're GONNA do really well and I think most people in our situation would probably be best served at home and that's hard to tell people though To stay at home so I think there's a better option and it initially telemedicine. This is the time for telemedicine If you're one of our patients what we're doing were were talking over the phone or video. I and helping you decide win. And if you should go in so right now you should check with your doctor. See if they have that capability. If your doctor's Office doesn't you should ask them to. If you are a doctor's office you should really start thinking about using this. You can always talk to patients on the phone and you can check with your.
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"To risk going in to the emergency department somewhere and actually catching it as well. So that's going to be an evolving situation so watch We're going to be updating our website with our testing protocols. And what we're finding we're also going to be doing probably a weekly podcast with just updates in general and the World Health podcast but again follow the world health and the CDC when it comes to testing and talk to your doctor to see what's available if you start to have some symptoms. And I think we should probably talk a little bit about what you can do to prevent from getting the virus and I think probably the most important thing is like standard hygiene. You know everybody's talking about this now. Wash your hands wash hands at. It's totally true. Wash your hands. Don't touch your face but I think something that's not necessarily being performed as readily as it should be avoiding public contact so this concept of sort of self quarantine the idea of social isolation. I think is is really important. Traditionally social isolation has been required by the government and it's been shown to be extremely successful so in in the actual In the Spanish flu in nineteen eighteen there was a mandated closure basically of saint so all public places were closed in. Saint Louis at the exact same time in Philadelphia. They had a giant public gathering of about two hundred thousand people in later that week were over forty. Five hundred dead and Philadelphia. Do the Spanish flu while through the entire pandemic. Saint Louis only lost about a half of the mortality of Philadelphia so We've seen this time and time again. And it's this concept of what's called flattening the curve if you create social isolation that instead of having a big spike in in case transmission and deaths you can flatten out the curve and extend out and basically prolonged the pandemic. The reason that's important is because if there's a giant spike especially in the United States. We're going to overwhelm overwhelm the healthcare system. It's almost impossible to the patients to the hospital. Already how are we going to do it in the middle of giant pandemic So this concept of flattening out the curve allows the healthcare system to tolerate The influx of disease Without overwhelming it. And it's a really important concept that it's GonNa require either personal decisions to not go out and be in public or it's GonNa require the government to step in and say you know. Look we're gonNA stop these things and we've seen this happen already. You know I mean Just you know thirty minutes before we started recording this Oregon announced that they're basically banning any Any public gatherings greater than two hundred and fifty people for the next four weeks the NBA. Just bases shut down the season. I mean people are doing this but I I don't think I personally. It probably ended up happening a little bit sooner and people need to be making the personal decision to do it. Even if they're local community isn't isn't enforcing it. Yeah this flattening the curve. I think that's talked about law but I don't know if people really understand just to put some numbers on it because I think that helps me understand it better. Some people are estimating that say would have fifty percent of the population. Get this which is an estimate of a lot of leading emmy allergist right now well it. Let's say one hundred million people in the US that is if the mortality rate is one percent That's a million deaths. But the critically ill Is going to be a really high number? Maybe twenty percent so that twenty percent twenty million people. If we're taking care of that many critically ill people over the course of a month or two months. We're going to be completely overwhelmed. And that mortality rate is going to be hired just because we don't have the physicians the facilities and supplies to take care of him whereas even if we had the exact same number of people infected but it spread out over six to nine month period. Then we may not reach the limits of our medical capabilities. So that's why that flattening is important and just to be clear. This isn't the Spanish flu but that anecdote really makes the point about these large gatherings I do think the NBA and the other leakers doing the right thing. And when it comes to containment we really have to make some difficult decisions I mean there's economic impact to cancelling the NBA season two canceling things but it. It's time to make those decisions. I mean just as for example we have a conference coming up within two weeks from now at the castle and we don't feel feel good about gathering people together and just in the last two hours spatial information. We decided we need to not get put together. We do think it's important that we continue to get information out and educate the public and stay connected but not physically connected so we're actually going to turn our confidence into a virtual conference in. That's a possibility of your leading. Medical competency could virtually do that. People are going to the education just not going to get the exposure so our conference is going to be a virtual conference If you're planning on attending that we are probably going to adjust it somewhat to have a little more covert nineteen coverage just kind of some breaking information and how much we adjust from the genomics to that. We're going to kind of figure out over the next couple weeks but we think other people need to be doing this as well. Don't think about just the economic impact and the impact on yourself but this is a concerted effort. We all have to make together for really WANNA get on top of this and for you personally. If you're not making decisions of whether to cancel of conferences or sporting events. There are a lot of things you can do to kind of protect yourself. There are no FDA approved treatments. So we're not going to talk about that. There are some things that may work but really just focusing on your immunity is really low. Cost thing that you can do and extra analyses of that are all positive. I if you focus on your immunity in your health and nothing happens then great. You're healthier so just basic things feel silly to even talk about them but we had to talk about them because of the critically important like eating a better diet. There's no better time to clean up your diet. If you're overweight we know in China. The mortality rate is really high and one of the reasons people talk about is because of the really high rates of smoking so some people have heard say well America. It's not gonna be that bad because we are ready to. Smoking aren't as bad. Well we do have an incredible amount of obesity. We don't know exactly. How big of a role beastie will play but we think it's going to play a pretty big role so never been a better time to lose weight and get in shape Sleep I it's Kinda hard to tell people to get more sleep when there's when there's this much worry around this but I don't know if there's anything truly going to have as much of an impact on your immunity than sleep.
"matt cook" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Right before we jump in with the second part of this podcast episode. I want to fill you in on actually kind of a cool way to increase your own heat shock protein production and enhance your immunity. And that's via the use of frequent sauna exposure. We know that he can do everything from increased. Red Blood cells and human growth hormone. It can be cytotoxic too many Infectious cells including cancer cells. It causes a robust increase in heat shock. Proteins which are fantastic for cellular resilience. We see less pain less muscular inflammation better skin glow from the frequent sweating effect and What I use to accomplish this is a morning visit to the wonderful sauna. That's in my basement. It's four Person Sauna. And when is just men there selfishly? I can do pushups when kettlebells do flow yoga. You name it. When I have friends over we sit in there. We Burn Palace Santo and we chat and drink sparkling water and and just hang out in the sauna rather than drinking alcohol. Gather on the table. We do healthy things. Go jump in the cold pool and it's amazing. So what I use is the clear light. Sauna and clear light SAUNAS MAKE NEAR-INFRARED MINIUM. Red And far infrared heat shield against emf exposure. They have a lifetime warranty and they're going to give you a five hundred dollar discount off the price of any of their saunas along with free shipping along with an extra free gift that they include with the purchase. And all you need to do to take advantage of that is go to heal with heat dot COM. That's he'll with heat DOT COM and use. Code Ben Greenfield. Now get you all of the goodies. Along they clear light sauna the one that I used by the way. If you want to say when I use the clear light sanctuary now while you're in that sauna you wanna stay hydrated and one of the best water websites if you like to geek out on water and your weird like me and you go to websites and just surf around for cool. Things related to water. You need to check out the water and wellness website so.
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"But now and so and I won't go into what I mean by that. The the eighteen eighteen pandemic interestingly Had A predilection towards killing younger people in younger adults and it may be that older patients had been exposed with similar flew the Russian flute Twenty years prior to that and so they may have had some Immune protection from where it may be that The pet the pet that pandemic Had A real strong predilection towards causing this extreme inflammatory immune activation and that was The problem that ended affected An caused that pandemic to be Affecting MORE YOUNGER PEOPLE. This is probably going to be a similar situation. Although it's it's different in in that there's a predilection in this one for the the people who most affected and the people who get affected by the storm to be a little bit older to be immuno-compromised or to have other problems and we'll talk a little bit about this since then we've had Two other Recent big Viral infections that were respiratory one Was the SARS virus and one was the Moore's virus and these were both corona viruses. That were probably not quite as contagious as as this one But had higher fidelity right so the SARS Had a nine point six percent fatality rate. And I think the Moore's at thirty four point four percent mortality rate. The current tally rate and for the nineteen infection is unclear. An but the Rangers that we've seen are between between point six and three or four percent so a lot of people ask me well. What is this virus and so Karenna virus and the Krona viruses? There's a whole bunch of different ones and they caused by twenty five percent of the flu and This this virus are co two causes. The illness cove in nineteen so viruses are very small and so we we With our eyes can't see a single bacteria and I heard an expression that if bacteria had is they wouldn't be able to see Viruses so viruses are really really small and they're protein shell with either DNA or a and some enzymes that replicate so it has a genome but it can't replicate without help. And so what they do. Is they infect cells and they they bind onto assault and then they Insert them into the cell. And then what they do is actually get the cells. To- copy their genome. And then they turn that sell into kind of his rb that makes a whole bunch of viruses those viruses get released and then they get released. Then they tried to duplicate that process and infect other cells this This virus started and bats and then it went into pangolins as than intermediate host before coming into humans seems to go through the eyes in the nose and the mouth and it causes respiratory symptoms fever cough and shortness of breath but some people can then progress onto the more dangerous complications. Such as Airdie asked shock and now by far the most important strategies are prevention of Wade traveling to infected places Careful handwashing goes especially for healthcare. Practitioners avoiding touching the zones because our hands can pick up respiratory droplets that came off of an infected person and then obviously avoiding crowded areas so right now the most people are not going into any crowded areas at all so the question. The next question will help us spread and it's not that Interpersonal transition transmission of is primarily from respiratory droplets and contact transmission But there may be some fecal oral transmission as well and There was Some situations where There was Buildings that did not have good venting and it it probably is in the stool and so there was Of Fico some there's been fecal oral transmission and and In some of these buildings. That didn't have good ventilation People in different parts of the building got got Infected because of It was able to transmit a up these these lines which is kind of concerning. I want to emphasize that the majority of cases are relatively mild kind of kind of blue. And that's positive but but there are in probably eighty. Eighty five percent of people are going to have cases Fifteen to twenty percent of people can have a quite significant and complex problems. And so. That's why everybody's so worried about fever added Reich Hoffer. The most common presentations Some people had shortness of breath fatigue. some people have add muscle. Pain confusion sore throat. So people can have gastrointestinal symptoms. People had diarrhea and vomiting is a presentation and There there have been a a a real number of people who presented without any fever. I want to really emphasize how important before we get onto treatments and hand hygiene and cleanliness even in the in your home and at other areas Wiping down the areas around where you are and making sure everything's cleaned. I think is quite important and Risk Management from this perspective is GonNa be a very important There are guidelines that are going to be really are are continued to be released from healthcare organizations. And we'RE GONNA try to post these guidelines both from a perspective of cleaning from a perspective.
"matt cook" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"matt cook" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"On this episode of the Ben Greenfield fitness podcast so by running it through a filter and opening at the same time I get all the benefits the ozone plus the filtration plus the detox. We're going to have a radical moment for the next twenty or thirty years of putting together better and better solutions where we can start to heal fashion chains and basically turn on parts of the body and get working that is GonNa solved so much pain help performance nutrition longevity ancestral living biohacking lacking and much more. My name is Ben Greenfield. Welcome to the show harassed. Life is pretty firkin good because I got a chance to sit down for the fourth time with one of my favorite docs on the face of the planet. This guy is a wizard he he literally fixes in in one day things like knees and low back issues issues can knock out mold and micro-toxins and lime he works with me with my wife is fourth time on the show Dr Matthew Cook and as usual it will be a pleasure for you. This podcast is actually brought to you by a my new book boundless about six hundred and eight pages we had to we had to put five hundred pages to the cutting room floor but fear not because I made them all available on a secret webpage for the book that you get access to when you get the book It is big bold beautiful hardcover. It is the book I write books that I want to read. I don't write crappy little pop culture by at the airport type A two hundred and fifty page paperback books I write manuals to fix yourself and optimize your body and your brain and that's what my new book is about Skull Boundless Boundless Upgrade Your brain optimize your body defy aging can get Boundless Book Dot Com Boundless Book Dot Com. This podcast is also brought to you by my company Kion K N R most popular supplement bar none are essential amino acids probably because they are a shotgun formulation for anything you can wake up and if you WANNA work out in a fasted state and still get all the benefits from fasting but not lose muscle you can take five to ten grams of this stuff if you're out for for a long race or competition or anything like that. If you take five ten grams per hour during the event they can assist you with getting to sleep better because they're precursors for a lot of the important neurotransmitters that you need for sleep..
"matt cook" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Matt cook says state lawmakers are looking at the idea. Beckstrom news is reporting that Sunday booze sales by the bottle would be part of an overhaul of the state's ABC stores. Not only would they be able to sell liquor on Sundays. They could also take special orders in host tastings. Backers of the proposal say modernizing the law is good business. Opponents say not having access on Sunday remains a sound idea. They're joined by just over half. In a recent Elon university poll that prefer ABC stores remain closed on Sundays just over a third. Want them open? The rest are on certain. I'm map cook close. Call in. Lexington. That's where police say a car passed a stopped school bus Monday afternoon as it was unloading kids with red lights, flashing FOX. Eight says the car hit a mailbox and brushed a kid's backpack before crashing into ditch. Thirty year old Tiffany laprud has been charged. No injuries to the child. Many working. Parents in Wake County are not happy that the school board is shifting classroom. Start times as much as forty five minutes in some elementary and middle schools. They say that's causing stress over their family schedules. But the board says it has no choice the bus ride. The bell schedules are challenges that are reality that we have to face because of limited Resources Board president Dr Jim Martin tells ABC eleven they're trying to accommodate four new schools in the fall with a limited number of buses. The district is hoping to get five million dollars for bus repairs from the county since the status cut those funds. Axe throwing continues to grow in popularity spectrum. News says the axe club of America will open a new location in Winston Salem. You'll be able to enjoy adult beverages while throwing axes at targets fourteen feet away in lanes that are fenced in. There are other locations in Greensboro, Durham and Raleigh. I'm rob Stadler..
"matt cook" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"That as a way better high than smoking crack or shooting Aaron, and that's just the God's honest truth. Yeah. I would be remiss though, speaking of drugs and heroin not to ask you because I know you have a perspective on this about addiction recovery and about anything, you might have used, you know, for example, we've talked about any I know you get an injections of next health. I don't know if we talked about ketamine at all. But I recently had the most mind blowing ketamine experience at the offices of Dr Matt cook in San Jose. I'm curious if if you've actually discovered things that you've really felt to move the dial in terms of allowing people there's even neuro feedback right at the at the peak brain institute down there in L. Dr Andrew hill treats people in reboots tolerance things like marijuana and drugs and works with the diction in that format as well. So I mean, whether any d or ketamine or neuro feedback or anything like that. Do you have specific things that you've discovered or that you've studied up on to particularly help people with with recovery from addiction? Yeah. I mean, and I owned revere recovery, and ran it and helped a lot of people. I'm I'm yes. Yes. Yes. To the NASD. Thank God for next health. Thank God for Kevin Darshaan over there for for introducing that to me that any some of the best of done will be there in treatment, the literally across the mall hallway from sunlight, so I'm going to go have a billion dollar bowl. And then go do any treatment next. We waiting for you with open arms and bad, whatever. Baited breath means. Yeah. I love the NASD. But as far as like the ketamine treatments in the syllabi and treatments in the microdosing. And all that stuff. I I was doing I was self administering ketamine therapy. Without even knowing that I was doing most people out there were doing, you know, bumps of K raves going into a K whole, a friend, Sean. I were injecting ourselves with cut mean for years in having absolutely transformative experiences as well as on Scylla Sivan MD may we got very into the Terence McKenna book about combining the MBA in the syllabi, Ben. And you know, I think the ravers called it hippie flipping or candy flipping. Yeah. I did. I did all of that stuff. And and I'm not gonna lie, man. I got a lot of great benefits. MD may MD may change my life MD may took me from very very angry hostile young man into a much much nicer human being for me to interrupt you really quickly. Speaking of Tucker, MAGS, I was recently a dinner with him, and he explained his entire he wrote a whole medium article on this that will link.
"matt cook" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"In these News Radio. I'm Lisa Carter. Thousands pay respects to the late. Former President George Hw Bush throughout the night in Washington DC, America's forty first president lies in state at the US capitol rotunda during a ceremony by house speaker Paul Ryan saying Bush's life was a hem of honor. He was the first president to teach me and many of us that in a democracy. Sometimes you fall short. In that how you handle that? That is just as important as how you win. A state funeral will be held at the National Cathedral on Wednesday. Bushes remains will return to Texas after the service tomorrow for private funeral. He'll be very there with his wife and daughter, by the way, the postal service is suspending delivery and retail service Wednesday in honor of the former president German auto executives are doing Washington today to meet with Trump administration officials top executives with Volkswagen Daimler and BMW are concerned about President Trump's threat to impose tariffs on European made cars all three companies have simply plants in this country allegations of fraud or swirling around a North Carolina. Congressional race questions were raised in North Carolina's ninth district when Republican Mark Harris won by a surprisingly high margin in blatant county over democrat, Dan, mccready, the number of votes that he received via absentee ballots was three times higher than the number of Republicans who cast absentee ballots. There are allegations. That people went to how. Houses to pick up ballots. According to the news and observer, most unreturned ballots or associated with minority voters for now, the North Carolina State board of elections is holding off on certifying harasses win. Matt cook reporting on the story and tumbler says it's banning adult content beginning on December seventeenth. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. Former FBI director James Comey is expected to testify before House Republicans sometime this week Comey's attorney David Kelly on why they battled House Republicans for public testimony instead of behind closed doors, it appears that the two committees conducting the investigation have reached a conclusion, and then say, let's bring some witnesses in here, and we'll do it in private, and we'll take snippets of their testimony will mold it into mosaic that fits her political narrative or partisan narrative Republicans are expected to ask me about his role in the Hilary Clinton Email investigation and the Russia investigation Cardi B was a no show for court appearance in New York City yesterday, the twenty six. Year old rapper was scheduled for quarter peri- in connection with the queen's strip club fight the judge in the case said if she doesn't show up on Friday the court will issue a bench warrant for her arrest. Her lawyers revealed they've been having a tough time getting in touch with her and only found out late last week. She had a prior commitment. The Bronx born rapper faces misdemeanor assault and reckless endangerment charges. New research suggests that digital systems like Amazon's, Alexa, and Google home. May soon be able to predict our love lives. According to a new study by Imperial College business school in home listening devices will be able to judge if a relationship is happy and help the or on the rocks. Researchers say the devices will act as therapeutic resources within a relationship, for example, the devices will listen to conversations and arguments, and we'll give advice or suggest ways to resolve issues. So by twenty twenty one digital assistance using artificial intelligence will be able to predict with seventy five percent, accuracy, whether a relationship or. Marriage is going to be successful, Kathy. White NBC News Radio and Universal Pictures is working on a movie inspired by the music of the late. Prince the film company has acquired the rights to portion of his music catalog for the project wash will include a storyline based around his songs, we Sakardu NBC News Radio. And now.
More evacuations ordered in SoCal area scorched by Holy Fire
"To meet today to discuss the options Americans aren't living as long and health experts blame it on increases in suicides and truck overdoses, the CDC says deaths from drug overdoses hit a new high last year and more than seventy thousand suicides were up three point seven percent. The newly released government report shows the average life span for someone born in the US last year is seventy eight point six years that's down from seventy eight point seven years and 2016 women continued to live longer than men on average life expectancy eighty one point one years for women and seventy six point one years for men Matt cook NBC, News Radio Atlanta and the saints will clash with the
Some NFL players raise fists, kneel and stay off field during anthem
"A number of NFL players protest during the national anthem as the first full week of the preseason gets underway before their game against Tampa, Bay last, night Miami, Dolphins wide, receivers Kenny stills and Albert Wilson knelt, during the. Anthem wild teammate Robert Quinn, raised his fist at. Least to Philadelphia Eagles players also raised their fists about ten New York Giants players knelt in the end zone before their game against. The Cleveland Browns the NFL backed off, a new policy forcing players to either stand during the anthem or stay in the locker room as the league negotiates a solution with, the players,
Iran and Its Oil Buyers Prepare for Return of U.S. Sanctions
"And. When the team added serum from seal blood the mouse immune cells there was no inflammable Tori response the study suggests seal serums protective compounds could help deep sea divers and offer promise. In extending the survival of organs used in transplants, guess you could say, relearning seals deepest secrets SF dot gov Six fifty NBC, News Radio I'm Lisa. Carter President Trump's, lawyers says there's no proof. Or evidence there was any collusion in the Russia investigation appearing on ABC's. This week jaysekulow also. Criticised reports Robert Muller's team is reviewing the president's tweets for possible obstruction. Of Justice secular. Called it absurd said the president has a first amendment right to make. Opinions known the US is set to reinstate its first sanctions, against Iran since President Trump pulled the US out of the Iran. Nuclear deal the White House is expected to detail how the sanctions will be. Implemented today sanctions will affect Iran's buying of. US dollars it's gold trade and its automotive industry Trump withdrew the us from the two thousand fifteen international accord in may further sanctions hitting Iran's oil industry are set to go into effect, in, November Matt cook reporting on. The story supermodel Chrissy Teigen, is safe but shaken up a bit by yesterday's Deadly Indonesian earthquake a magnitude seven point zero quake struck the island of Lombok near Bali Teagan was on vacation with her husband John legend and their two kids in Bali she live tweeted during the earthquake. With a series of posts ranging from oh my. God to so many. Aftershocks the earthquake, killed dozens of people and. Find people are dead after a twin engine plane crash outside of Los. Angeles the Orange County. Fire authority says the plane went down yesterday afternoon in a parking lot..
"matt cook" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Teeing off on Matt cook and out of the third base. Dugout is pitching coach Gil Heredia, and the Reno bullpen, will begin to stir beyond the right. Center field wall I mean everything that has hit has been absolutely crushed Against cook Socks often running in this one with a five runs second, so far still just one out a moment to tell you about the silver legacy here in. Downtown Reno tell you what these folks take real good care of you and Right in the. Middle of all the action in downtown Reno check them out online Silver legacy. Sky SOX home away from home here in Reno meeting breaks up the pitching coach Gil Heredia will head back to the third base dugout and. A batter is Santana Well that should. Have been an extra base set for Beth Incorp but it was hit so hard Caromed off the left field wall right to the left. Fielder Jamie Westbrook and I think court. Decided. A. Stay at first base instead of heading for. Second here's Santana takes inside ball one another righty righty matchup Santana struck out looking his first time everybody in the sky SOX, lineup already has at least one hit except for to Mingo. And, the guy on deck jet bandy but they've only met at, once so far in this game There's a fastball inside and account is to Cook in the inning Is thrown Twenty-one pitches next delivery is, on the outside corner two one Officially he's at forty one pitches. Right now Delivery pulled way foul outside of third. And. Account is even at two and two So that would mean Through eighteen. In the first inning Force me to do math here that's not Very good thing twenty four pitches now here. In the Second inning four Matt cook the delivery. Is low and. Accountable full three and two to Santana Bandy on-deck Would be the ninth man of Adeniyi inning Just one out And the three to pits slow tap to third, feeling as krone you'll, fire to I lo and decker somehow picks the. Throw at first that was a tough way. For Cody decker On a, one hopper from cronut, third and I mean krone heat that to first. Base decker makes the play to get Santana Five, to. Three Viraat number two to second base Beth in court until the plate is yet bandy Sky SOX leading seven nothing here on the second vandy flew out to centerfield his first time up Neither team took. Batting practice on the field today well the aces did I guess they had Batting practice today on the field the delivery MRs last into. Center field that'll be a Basit Beth uncork. Getting the wave at third on his way home he'll score the sixth. Run of the inning it's eight to nothing sky. SOX, on the RBI single by jet bandy Bandy gets into the act with his twenty eighth RBI Braxton who. Led off the inning with a double steps back up it is eight to nothing sky SOX here on the second So they are just Jumping all over. Cook and this one Rockstar stands in right. Handed, batter, to face the right, hander MAC cook And the pitch to Braxton is low in. A way ball one was twenty eight pitch of the inning. For, cook The sky SOX vaunted offense busting out tonight After being held, a two runs last night Scored nine in game one but lost ten nine Now the pitch inside bowl to to and next. Pitch will be the thirtieth pitch of the, inning for Matt Cooke Six run second so far to down one on Now the delivery is, really struggling, out there backhanded stop by the catcher Anthony wrecker and it's three and odor Braxton And the aces, have a, right hander throwing in the bullpen Cook at home this year ERA at three Brock's and takes strike three and one. His ERA, on, the road one point nine six He's. Been tremendous, so, far For the. Aces July was real good he had a one point, eight zero ERA in July but that. Was only in two starts he. Was in the big lakes For much of that time Three one pitch and this is Linda short clock by.
North Korea constructing new missiles despite agreement with US: Report
"I'm Lisa Carter President Trump says he's willing to meet with, Irani and leaders but they aren't interested after Trump pulled the US out of an international nuclear agreement with Iran and threatened the country with historic. Levels of, suffering Tehran says there's no chance of a. Meeting right now the first trial in the special counsel probe is set to. Kick off today jury selection scheduled to begin in the trial of former, Trump campaign chief Paul. Manafort in Virginia the president's former campaign chair is accused of hiding at least. Thirty million dollars he made before his days with Trump as an unregistered foreign lobbyists for Ukraine and his former. Pro Russian president we're told the prosecution plans to call, thirty five witnesses including agents from the treasury department and IRS to show how Manafort allegedly stashed his wealth and overseas banks to avoid, paying US, taxes NBC news correspondent Heidi Prisma of more than a dozen wildfires raging out of control in cali- The car fire, burning near reading northern, California has now scorched more than one hundred, and three, thousand, acres and is only twenty three percent contained is killed six people and burnt, more than eight hundred homes and hundreds of other buildings North Korea may be working on new missiles that could carry a nuclear warhead to the. US the, Washington Post reports that US intelligence agencies think. That one or two intercontinental ballistic missiles could be under construction at a factory. Where North Korea has previously made missiles that can reach the east coast, of the US the. US and North Korea are currently working on plan for the possibility of North. Korea getting rid of its nuclear weapons Matt cook reporting at officials with the San Antonio aquarium and taxes say, a trio of thieves stole a shark from touch pool, and smuggled it out of the aquarium in a stroller a spokeswoman for the aquarium says the suspect is in custody and that the, shark is, alive and well despite the traumatic experience you're listening.
Michael Cohen claims Trump knew in advance of 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russian attorney
"NBC News Radio I'm Lisa Carter there. Are reports President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen claims Trump noon advance of a meeting. With rations offering dirt on Hillary, Clinton, according, to, a number. Of news organizations Cohen said Trump approved going ahead with the, June twenty sixteen meeting involving Donald Trump junior at Trump Tower. Trump junior's attorney says it's not true the. President's attorney says Cohen is not credible he's under investigation for paying off women claiming to have a fares with Mr. Trump NBC. News correspondent Tracy, pots on Capitol Hill one in three migrant children are still separated from their parents with. No clear sign when they'll be reunited a court filing says there are still more than seven hundred children in government constantly that are. Unable to, be reunited with their, parents anytime soon the White House says North Korea has returned the remains of dozens of. American soldiers killed in the Korean war A US air force, plane, carrying, the, potential. Remains accompanied by. United Nations service members and technical experts from. The POW MIA accounting agency arrived at Osan airbase in South Korea today a formal repatriation. Ceremony will take place on August, the, first, the, White House. Called this action a significant first step and the repatriation and, search for the remains of an estimated fifty three hundred Americans. Who failed to return from the Korean more. Matt cook reports the remains will eventually be taken to a defense department lab in Hawaii for scientific testing new evidence suggests Russian. Hackers are busy, trying to tell this year's election the news website Daily Beast conducted a forensic analysis it. Says shows a Russian intelligence agency trying to hack Missouri democratic Senator Claire mccaskill campaign but is one of the harshest critics of Russia..
Amazon's face ID tool mismatched 28 members of Congress to mug shots: ACLU
"NewsRadio, six nine hundred NBC News Radio. I'm Lisa Carter there are reports President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen claims Trump noon. Advance of a meeting with Russians, offering, dirt on, Hillary Clinton. According to a number of news organizations Cohen said Trump approved, going ahead with the June twenty sixteen meeting involving Donald Trump. Junior at Trump Tower Trump junior's attorney says. It's not true the president's attorney says Cohen is not credible he's under investigation for paying off women claiming to have a fares. With Mr. Trump, NBC news correspondent Tracy pots on Capitol Hill one in three migrant children are still separated. From their parents with no clear sign when they'll be reunited a court filing says there are still more than seven hundred children in. Government constantly, that are unable to, be reunited with their parents anytime soon the White House says North Korea has returned the, remains of dozens of American soldiers killed in the Korean war a US air force plane carrying the potential remains, accompanied by The. United Nations service. Members and technical experts from the POW MIA. Accounting agency arrived at Osan airbase in South Korea today a formal repatriation ceremony will take. Place on August the first the, White, House, called, this action. A significant first step and the repatriation and search for the, remains of an estimated fifty three hundred Americans who failed to. Return from the Korean more Matt cook reports. The remains will eventually be taken to a defense department lab in Hawaii for scientific testing new evidence suggests Russian hackers are busy. Trying to tilt, this year's election the news website Daily Beast conducted a forensic analysis it says shows a. Russian intelligence agency trying to hack Missouri democratic Senator Claire mccaskill campaign mccaskill is one of the harshest critics of Russia and considered to. Be one, of the most vulnerable, Democrats running for reelection you're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio attorney general Jeff, Sessions announces a new immigration enforcement task force named operation double trouble mark mayfield has more the program is aimed at finding illegal immigrants were stealing the identities have u._s. citizens and then claiming federal assistance these government programs are intended to help the poor the elderly american citizens not those who are trespassing in the country this kind of fraud is a theft from our seniors theft from our taxpayers and a theft from the navy this comes after boston authorities arrested twenty-five undocumented immigrants and other individuals and accused them of the fraudulent practice more than half of those arrested in boston had criminal records including murder operation double trouble is going to be led by the boston office for homeland security investigations mark mayfield n._b._c. news radio amazon's new facial recognition technology is being met with some backlash the a._c._l._u. recently tested the tool known as recognition with the faces of different members of congress recognition incorrectly identified twenty eight of the members tested as other people who are criminals because of this the a._c._l._u. is calling for congress Temporarily prohibit, law enforcement, from using, facial, surveillance the NYPD says. The man accused of killing a nurse, in queens may have had more victims Twenty-seven-year-old Daniel Drayton is in police custody in California awaiting extradition, to New York in the brutal killing of twenty nine year old Samantha Stewart July seventeenth public. Now to do any information whatsoever Shop is very trained, detectives that will make sure that that information is followed up on and we get Justice victims out there chief of. Detectives German, shea said, yesterday that, are killing may be linked to a. Rape in park, slope they're also looking into the possibility there may have been more victims authorities say. When trait in was arrested in California who's fallow the woman who was being held against, her will in his hotel room. Soup Guzman, reporting from New York Lisa Carter NBC News Radio And.
Executive Director, Soccer and Press Secretary discussed on Jim Bohannon
"Nbc news radio i'm lisa carter a federal judge in washington dc says the trump administration is wrongly detaining people seeking asylum the judge in washington dc yesterday ordered the department of homeland security to stop making blanket determinations against most asylum seekers he ordered the government to return to the longstanding practice of deciding whether to detain people on a casebycase basis the judge found that dhs has been violating its own policies by refusing to release most asylum seekers from detention even if they're likely to be granted asylum that's matt cook reporting the white house says secretary of state mike pompeo is going to meet with north korean leader kim jong un again this week this as their reports the north is increasing its nuclear arsenal white house press secretary sarah sanders says pompeo will leave for the talks this thursday the army in thailand says the boys soccer team that stranded in a cave might be stuck underground for months rescue crews fighting rising waters as they try to bring food and medical supplies to the twelve and their coach the thai army says the boys might have to learn how to dive or wait months for the floodwaters to go down gateway arch national park is an for a grand reopening today after a three hundred eighty million dollar makeover work on the ninety one acre park importers downtown saint louis and the mississippi river includes a new entrance to the arch and expanded museum and sweeping landscape improvements the executive director of the foundation that oversaw the makeover wants to make it clear that no one touched the arch and aaa is predicting more will.
Sarah Sanders to get temporary Secret Service protection at home
"Untreated for the respiratory illness and three others have similar symptoms the via shutting down all water fountains at its outpatient clinic to do era legionella bacteria testing all columbus public health looks for possible links a federal judge is ordering the government to reunite micro children and parents who were separated at the porter tuesday's ruling officially halts the zero tolerance family separation policy after the trump administration began a no tolerance policy in early may some twenty three hundred migrant children were separated from their families president trump issued an executive order on june the twentieth to stop the separation but some two thousand children have yet to be reunited with their parents matt cook reporting brian shook tells us the secret service will start protecting white house press secretary sarah sanders at our home this week the protection is expected to be temporary but it's unclear how long it will last it comes as administration officials are facing backlash in public over the government's policies over the weekend sanders was asked to leave of virginia restaurant because of her position in the trump administration days before that homeland security secretary christian nielsen was jeered while she ate at a mexican restaurant brian shook nbc news radio you'll notice construction getting underway.
Rory McIlory, Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth and the struggle of Shinnecock Hills on a brutal opening round of the 2018 U.S. Open
"In your area eighty three degrees now sunny in new york we are going down to a sixty three in midtown tonight wins news time four forty five now ten ten wins sports from the wfan sports desk here's john minka us open golf and for the fifth time the site shinnecock hills in south hampton we'll take a look at the leaderboard right now russell henley and dustin johnson or your leaders both the two hundred par headley through thirteen johnson through nine scott peterson ian poulter jason duffner at one under par in poulter in the clubhouse duffner through seven tiger which today he triplebogey diverse toll and he is plus three through nine those in the clubhouse and struggling today bill nicholson plus seven jordan speed close eight rory mcelroy plus ten masters champion patrick read it plus three and defending the us open champion bruce at plus five here's the baseball yanks in tampa bay rays at the stadium tonight the murder hormone against flakes now it's old timers weekend the yankees start today at forty three and twenty boston checking in at forty seven and twenty two red sox open a series in seattle against the solid seattle team that's twenty games above five hundred and a half game on the astros atop the american league west and gary sanchez is back in the yankee lineup behind the plate tonight brings us to the metro of dropped ten of eleven as he opened a weekend series in arizona the pit jason vargas against matt cook of the diamondbacks russia the favorite in the opening match and they certainly played like it the twenty eighteen world cup kicking off in russia today minus the united states the us failing to qualify after seven straight appearances the depending champion germany and brazil are rated the favorites in russia with a victory today against saudi arabia five nil sports in fifteen forty five around the clock john minko ten ten wins.
"matt cook" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And couldn't issues will come away with the puk that's felix chamberlain to mazar out of his own it comes skated down at center ice by air force that pass gets price but by matt cook now it's loose in the neutral zone couple of players overskated finally it comes right back into the air force air to matt cook cook to stone stone of senator falcons will change some personnel as the griff wait from deep behind our own net up in your side this is hutchison at center i slammed into by could cure pope mousse and boji has it for air force pumped in by the falcons from the neutral zone first player to it behind the net his chamberlain hey skates away lost part but it's retrieve by a teammate break out here by can issias belkins backed defensive hate scandal a dump it in go for change and behind his own yet so boji roggee stick handles into the neutral zone throws it in planet pick it up farsight pierce poom around the goalline they'll take the shots saved by your body tough angle bloomer gotta lot on that rabbani mixes a good job i air force just getting the puk down low pierce plumer that fourth line has played well tonight gamblers usually a defensman he's up centering that line pooneryn thyatira led to a shot on goal belted with another arkansas draw this is on the dog puk along the half wall and out of this only comps arrages got an edge going after that puk so it's going to be played by christoph sweeps that around for later held in at the blue line by caniggia's centered right back yet handled by maynard again to basket ask him to center ice this has led put bedford gains the blue line top of the circle fires away stich saved buyer or it in behind the net play by a teammate there one stretch baskets every everyone touch though at center ice attributed the stick but matt mcleod in the corner a centering pass right up front and a whiff on the way that was met laura he had christopolous any sites any fired away in with on the shot now going the other way big slap shot by geese ler blocked right off the stick by a defender russia by caniggia's way offside with no and.
"matt cook" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Far side here for the falcons now in down low tipped to by colorado college and they clear the park christopolous comes out of his net to get it skates to the beer side gives it to mirages in that one in nearly take it away by trade bradley by here comes matt serotonin along the near side taken it away by c c and they clear the park once again matt cook goes to get it in behind is net he'll give it off to mirages garages wading 126 to go in the foul compound play they haven't had many opportunities with a four two minutes many of their power plays have been abbreviated one so the falcons wanna take advantage here puk goes down into the far corner of the c end both teams thrown their sticks added trying to get it back and it will be see see getting possession they pass it out to the neutral zone to want to back the other way shot sebei by christopolous good pat sabae billy here comes air force back the other way they gain the blue line with cowl hake hey gets hit loses the park in colorado college clears once again fifty two seconds left on the power play air force trying to extend their lead which stands at four three with under seven minutes to go in the second air force starting around their own goal the pass was tipped in the air it stays on the ice in here comes air back the other way they'll pass it up to the point now to the near circle i give it go right out fraud case for were passing by air force in the attacking and that is the goal they absolutely needed as they take advantage of the power play and make it a five three game what a great the tyler lipford sets up a request can right in front of the asking tip america that runs right at the top of the crease quickly hill penalty right dell deliver mit pretending passive eric basket the senior assistant captain for military kimberly soda hits a certain of the game his eighth of the season a huge went for riposte to scott winning a little bit assisi got within run goal and baskin puts the package backup to fight with reafforest 639 up in the second so air force get some much needed breathing room good things happen when he crashed the.