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"maya conrad" Discussed on KOMO
"36. And Kim Schreier. Well, I'm sorry, but that something moved around on my computer. There we go. Now that younger teens are eligible to receive the covert vaccine. Washington Congresswoman Dr Kim Schreier is urging parents, not the hesitate. The risk of coming is not zero and several 100 kids. I'm dying. Trier, a Democrat from Eighth District says some parents are nervous because a handful of vaccinated teens have developed a heart muscle inflammation called Maya Conrad itis, and Schreier says that there is a far greater chance of covert itself will cause that condition. We're getting new information about the suspect. Gunman behind this morning's deadly mass shooting at a commuter rail yard in San Jose, California, ABC is Nathan's Jason Jason Nathan Seuin joins US. Ron the coma news line from California. What can you tell us? What have you learned? Jason? We know that the suspect's name is Samuel Cassidy. He's 57 years old. He was a worker at the Valley Transportation Authority. This area that works on rail cars and Busses and you know public transportation for the San Jose area. That this morning around 6 30. The authorities got there. 1st 911 calls of the active shooter that Cassidy went in. He shot and killed eight co workers. He worked there. You don't know his relationship, necessarily with the people that were killed if he knew them if he just worked alongside them if they just worked in the same building if he had a specific beef with any of them, we don't know exactly what the case was there, but he killed eight people. He had multiple weapons were told, and apparently, they're investigating a swell whether or not he set fire to his own house. Before he left this morning. To go to this to go to shoot up his workplace were all those people that were killed inside a union meeting. We had heard that there was some kind of union meeting. We don't know exactly. They have not released details as to whether or not there was a meeting going on. If they're everybody was inside if they were in one building or two building or separate locations. This is a very large facility. And they're taking a lot of time to search it. One of the reasons being is that when they the authorities first came in and also keep in mind. The Value Transit Authority building is right across the street from the sheriff's department headquarters, so they were on scene almost immediately. They say they did not engage in gunfire with Cassidy, meaning that they think he killed himself. And when they got in there, and they brought in bomb sniffing dogs, one of the dogs hit on something. They don't know exactly what it was, but they would They hit on something. So that meant that they had to search this whole facility using robots and other kind of explosives technology to make sure that Cassidy did not leave any behind any kind of explosives that might hurt somebody else. Explain more about what you were saying about them going to his house and the home set on fire. What's that about? So around the same time as the calls start to come in of an active shooter, there are also calls of a fire at a home about 10 miles away. We've learned that this is Cassidy's home. We don't know if he set it on fire before he left If he detonated something on his way, and we also again don't know a motive here. It's possible that he could have started the fire to draw away first responder resource is from where he knew he was going to be shooting on so they would have multiple areas to deal with making, causing some confusion, Possibly Or if he was trying to hide evidence, destroy evidence burn evidence. We don't know his state of mind or what he was trying to do. But as they investigate, you know, we'll start to get these answers in the next Couple of hours. If not the next couple of days. I'm sure and how many people have been wounded, Jason? As far as I know, we've only heard reports of one person who is in the hospital who was taken to the hospital in critical condition, which is pretty remarkable in a shooting like this, which is his large as this where eight people have been killed that you have just one person who was shot and not killed. S o again. We're still waiting on families to be notified. There are families who were there who did not know Still as of this hour. Remember this happened at six this morning did not know the fate of their loved ones. So they're trying to get all those notifications done. And once they do that, Then we'll start to know a little more information about these victims and President Biden again having the flags be lowered at the White House and federal buildings across the country. To honor the victims of this mass shooting A B C's Jason Nathan's and thank you, Jason. Come on news time now. 3 40 an update on sports from Bill Swore to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. The Zags get some.
"maya conrad" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"That that also our diet our foods are also more contaminated with certain toxins light. Gripe say a major pesticide the issues and the data strong at this point to say that it does a number of things to us first of all when my when my immune system sees food. Plus pesticide it. Says that's weird. I should attack that. So it's a major reason for some of us. Immune confusion beyond that. It begins to kill off those pesticides and and foods with less nutrients in them as well foods with less healthy flora surrounded with them foods that are stripped of a lot of what they used to give us. That combination means less nutrition in our body that combination means a better potential to damage the gut lining and the gut lining. Is that area from your mouth. All the way down that includes the stomach and the small intestine and the large intestine but within that gut is held. Eighty five percent of our immune system. This is the place where we decide. Are we tolerance or are we inflamed. Are we going to gain weight from this vote or are we going to have dr metabolism and so we really wrecked the interface. there the bill those the birds that we eat the way they're treated with pesticides changes how we work with our external environment. And so what we see. And i i. I like to keep in mind that the gut us the size of a tennis court so when you think about that size. That's an enormous opportunity if you're rubbing up against your tennis court in a in a difficult way that's an enormous opportunity to create inflammation or either to create immune tolerance and and. We really damaged that interface. So now that we're more reactive to many things not only that damage but once that damage occurs that gut lining becomes permeable or leaky and now bugs little bits of bacteria or bits of food. That shouldn't come in. Come into our body enflame our immune system and we get back to the idea that die as front and central in terms of controlling this inflammatory load for sure and so we look at like basically we want to protect our bloodstream mad. We know that it's a lie is only one seller as her skin. I don't know if you know whether skins like seven layers of something like that so we can all see a cut on the outside and we could see what happens we clot clot it. There's a whole inflammatory. Processes takes place aggregates. All these white blood cells we in critic scar has got the same things happening in our gut on a on a consistent basis. Woolmer eating these sorts of irritating foods. And we've got stressful lifestyle. We just don't necessarily older right brian. So why why is the stomach. Why is the only one our as our skin is multiple multiple cell layers Sick why is that. They would like to have good transfusion of neutrino. Eat into the body of quickly as possible. And and so. Abolition set up to do that. But now we're bombarding our system with not just food and nutrients that pesticides toxins and low nutrition as well. So it's very vulnerable. Part of our body like you said Those gi sales gut cells have to turn over every three days so they require a lot of energy to do that. The maya conrad powerhouse of the cell. That helps us to make energy. And so it's a very energy dependent process now not even allergies just a high carbohydrate sugary diet what we would call glide -cation that is enough to make the gut permeable it damages. What are called tight junctions. The lincoln logs of the the glue between cells. And when those tight junctions get damaged by sugar. Boom they open up and now our where our immune systems exposed to so much wasn't exposed to previously so the diet is really tipped in terms of this inflammatory potential. Yeah for sure in our ancestors really needed. Food was scarce at times right so it was like whenever you eighty couldn't just sit there and you're and tested in to get into the bloodstream in as he has nutrition. That's only that one salad just like you said we start consuming foods you know in toxins and things like that that inflame it breaks us junctions. Now we get these large particles being narrative the immune system goes haywire. And so what are some of the foods that you know. We should be eating to how basically help our gut. Health strengthen our gut help reduce inflammation where the foods that we should be staying away from. Yeah so first of all. Eight less is probably generally true for the the the the standard american diet. And you make a good point when you mentioned that you know previously when we would be hunting We would go longer periods. In between in terms of having those calories there is no refrigerator to go put the hello into so you eight and then there was a pause or what we might like into intermittent fasting and so those pauses are really critical so before we even get into the foods that you eat. How you should eat is important as well into bays world People eat all the time in fact many times. They're instructed every two to three hours. You should be putting more calories in and that's good for your metabolism. I think that there are rare cases or some subset of the population that need that diet short term. I think that's telling them more. About how their adrenal are and that they're probably adrenal fatigue because adrenal should pull your blood sugar back up and normal range. They should be able to keep us. feeling good for a longer period of time so yes there are some people that will do well with with two aiding every two three hours. But it's a sign that probably won't hypoglycemic and that can be caused by adrenal fatigue. So there's something else that needs to be fix for the rest of us eating and not eating. All the time is important. If you ran your car all the time it's going it's going to give up much more quickly but those breaks where you do tune ups and where you fix. Things are critical to the long javadi. The same is true of our gi tract or a of the gut. If they have to reproduce those cells every three days and having breaks and between away from food is really important to be able to have that repair to be able to allow the country of the powerhouse of the cell to make what it needs. so i allow. we've got to make sure that we're not Fading the face all the time and that we're giving the gi tract chance to rest then her. Yeah and you're one. You're quite an expert in this area. You're somebody that's really help us to change how we think about this because it is true if you talk to most stocks may be Even five years ago or certainly a decade ago. They would tell you the best thing for your metabolism's to eat every two to three hours. We're learning that nutritional advice isn't accurate. The body needs.