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"michael harrison" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"On the towers that No one was quite certain what was coming next? And so Manhattan? Certainly the first time in my experience and perhaps the first time ever was literally locked down and shut down. In fact, for a long period of time, New York was literally locked down from all angles from the water from the air and certainly from the ground, And so they certainly dissuaded everyone from going down there. It was really a question of would they ultimately relieve some of the lockdown for those people to get home? Ultimately, they did, And so I made my way. Hey. Back to Grand Central from where I came, and it was the most surreal experience, Rob because it was probably four o'clock in the afternoon. New York Grand Quiet I had never known The city to have that sort of eerie quiet. I think one universal experience that people can recall from New York. It's loud. It's always moving and my walk up Fifth Avenue that day was something I'll never forget. Because it was literally not one vehicle on the road, even parts. I was literally walking in the centre of Fifth Avenue that day, heading back to the train station. It was not one vehicle on the road. Jim, You said you were about two miles away from the scene. Did you experience the dust and debris from where you were when you walk to Grand Central? That's a good question. Not that day, Rob because of the weather pattern. It was interesting because when I got to Grand Central again, the only movement you heard where people getting to the trends, nothing was said. I believe there were announcements of the trains. But one thing was evidently clear and had changed everything. And that certainly was the military presence in Grand Central, that suddenly in the morning where it was all civilians, mostly people like myself heading to work. Dress for the occasion. Of course, we were far less casual back then. But in the evening commute all the trains every vestibule. The train were filled with people bearing quite heavy arms. And not one word was spoken in the train ride home. I can relate to that gym. I was caught up in the 77 tube attacks in London. In 2000 and five passing through one of the underground stations just 30 minutes before it was bombed. And I can recall that journey home being long and subdued, Undoubtedly. When it comes to 9 11 1st responders played a crucial role that day. They sure did. I think In retrospect, we certainly had a much greater appreciation for any and all first responders and every night on the news, if any remains were found a specially those Who were part of the police and the fire fighters. The work on the site would stop. And they would effectively have a for lack of a better phrase mini ceremony Commemorating a fallen comrade, and that was a pretty powerful Moment and that was repeated quite often on the local news, You know, I think we all appreciated police and fire before 9 11 but post 9 11. I think that it literally was a question of life or death. And I'll tell you a funny sidebar store and I don't know why I quite remember this at this moment, but I do remember in New York City, you know, we would all go through routine fire drills prior to 9 11, Rob. No one took them very seriously. I remember distinctly the first fire drill post 9 11. No one said a word. Everyone followed it as if their life depended on it. And you know what it did? Yeah. I can understand that. The first responders from the moment that the towers were first hit, did an unbelievable, heroic job. Everyone obviously remembers that and one of the other things that I remember very vividly too. Where the people immediately who were sitting in front of our standing in front of Penn Station Grand Central Station, the bus station anywhere with photos of loved ones. They were posting bills for those who haven't been heard from and That was something that again none of us was prepared for, and it was very difficult. I do remember a couple weeks after 9 11 by virtue of an alumni connection. One of the alumni directors from my alma mater had family that worked for many, many years, if not generations in the fire Department, and he thought it would be good to visit one of the fire stations at his father had been. I believe a captain on to bring food and just give them our support, and we did. And from my vantage point, I felt almost embarrassed because I didn't know quite what to say. But I think they appreciated anomaly, our being there but talking about anything but 9 11 just as a simple distraction. In fact, we started talking about music. And isn't that the universal language? Shall we say, Jim, We need to take a short break but do join us again after that, where we'll be talking to Jim Freeman.
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"michael harrison" Discussed on WRKO AM680
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"michael harrison" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"And it's certainly something we're hearing more about. There was a time historically where it felt like you were somehow. Yeah, more important are working harder or achieving more if you've got such little sleep, and it seems like people are starting to understand that actually, productivity happens when your body is at rest. And you also mentioned connecting with nature as often as we can, certainly with a more sedentary lifestyle, since we're spending more time at home, and since Covid and one of the things that you and I talked about a lot of the air was This idea of a healthy meal of creating a healthy meal for you and your family? Can you describe a little bit more about what that means to you? And why That's so important? Yes. So I guess I just want to clarify that. You know, I try to keep our whole fridge and you know, pantry stocked with healthy food, but If I can cook one meal a day with and for my family that feels like a total coup. And so I really aimed for cooking dinner and sitting down at the family table every night. Um, you know, Of course, there's some nights that we're all moving in different directions. But that feels like really important time. And so I give myself at least You know, half an hour 45 minutes in the kitchen. I put music on I invite you know my family to cook with me. Sometimes I force my kids to make you know something. My daughter made a salad last night and through in bananas, and I thought, Wow, that's cool. I wouldn't have done that. Um And you know my heart. My husband also loves to cook. So this feels like the time after we're all busy, you know, in our own At this point rooms in the house. We come together and that's when the kind of kick or kick off our evening so I try to cook and I cook actually using my culinary medicine skills. I try to cook. At least double portions and often times at least one or two of us will have it for lunch the next day, or I try to repurpose it for something else that I'm making later in the week. And so there becomes a really nice flow to that one dinner, Um most nights of the week with my family. I I love the idea of repurpose ng once you once you get the knack of just cooking a little bit more and and and having people not sort of devoured, which was always the hard thing in my house there, but it makes you feel good the next day knowing okay, I'm nourished again or the next meal. Whatever it may be. Um, So nutritional psychiatry is something that I heard you talk about. Actually, as a guest lecturer for the Boston Ayurveda school and something that I also see on your website. How How do you define that? What? What is it? You know this? I imagine they're fairly new concept. And how does it play out in your practice? So We are finding that what we eat actually can influence our mental health. And we have evidence now showing that a plant forward healthy diet like the Mediterranean style of eating. Can actually help prevent depression. We've now got to recent randomized controlled diet interventions, one given to adults and one given to young adults that show a plant forward diet. Which is rich in vegetables, fruit, lean protein. Whole grains can actually decrease depressive symptoms. Um and I and I keep it. I keep it simple because most people are not ready to start. You know, reinventing their entire you know, uh, weekly menu in the beginning, but and I encourage people to just find their own way through the best. Kind of Um, you know, kind of like a map right if you can stick to whole foods And make it forward forward forward and vegetables and fruits and lean proteins and you really try to decrease your consumption of processed foods. Certainly fast foods rich and you know, saturated fat and trans fat and salt and sugar. If you can try to keep your diet as simple as possible with within the framework. That is the diet that's going to best help people here. Obviously, your long term chronic medical illness risk and your mental health. Um and then there are And then there are specific foods that colleagues of mine have found can actually Boost mood. Um and they've calculated something called the antidepressant food score, and you can find all of this on my website. I've created a resource page for people to go on and read the literature and look at the science. Um, but this is an antidepressant food score. When Burton Foods, both plant based foods, and also a lot of fish. Actually, seafood and fish are very high on these on these lifts, and these foods have, um they're packed with the nutrients that are known to affect depressive symptoms, including fully an iron and omega threes. And so if you can pick a few of this office kind of menu, you know both if you're if you're if you like fish, or if you're willing to experiment with seafood, and then a lot of the vegetables on here, too, then that's going to really give you the best chances of boosting your your mood. And and so these are some things that you suggest, in addition to the other, myriad of things are able to suggest, sir. Your practice. Um and and also something that I see you doing more about virtually we're going to come back and talk a little bit more about ways that people can connect with. You Learn more from you. But we're going to take a break when we come back. I also want to reference the book that you suggested. I read that had a pretty big impact on you called hooked by Michael Moss. Want to hear about that? We're going to take a quick they could break and be back with Dr Chan off. I want to introduce you. The Thundercats Technology. 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"michael harrison" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Consider how how we can be connected with nature and the University of concepts of the dino toria that you mentioned earlier. I'd love to know what are some things that you make sure are part of your day daily routine. The self care that you make sure that you're getting for yourself and for your family. Well, great question, and I will preface this by saying, You know, I have some really good days and really felt really, really good weeks. And then there's some days where I feel like I'm just trying to, like, catch my breath. But in general, I really try to start with Prioritizing my sleep. I feel and I actually practice this and preached this and all the time that I do feel like sleep. It's the very best medicine of all, and we are supposed to align our sleep with with, you know, nature nature's rhythm of with the sun. And so I do. Try my best to get to sleep at around 10 10 30 wake up at around 66 30, then as much as I can, you know, a justice around the sun. And right now the birds are waking up at four in the morning and I try to just welcome them in rather than get super angry every morning, But you know as much as I can stick to that kind of 10 to 6, um Schedule. I feel my best. I also discovered this really beautiful, quiet morning time. And this was during my Arya veda training actually, and I started with just 15 minutes And now I I try to aim for about an hour where I wake up before my family and I give my time myself. That time I wake up. I have a large glass of water. I have my beloved cup of coffee and I just give myself the court. Quiet morning time before my house gets, you know, moving, And that has been a game changer. Um, the other thing I really do most gave if I get outside for a walk, I'm not a jogger. I'm not a runner. I love to walk. And so if I can get outside after my work day, and which right now is sitting at the computer all day every day and move my body and get get things moving. My body is So much happier. I get my vitamin D. I put my milk. I put my music on and that to me is especially right now during the pandemic. This is something that's been very, very important and I don't want to the other things that you mentioned. We're going to take a break, but I want to talk about you said one healthy meal. That's something that you really try to prioritized throughout the day. And so we want to talk more about what that healthy meal means and why it is so important for your overall house. We'll take a break. We'll be back with Dr China. Mm hmm. My candle Buell with a look at the stories Trending right now on WBZ. NewsRadio, 10 30. Investigators are taking a close look at the group connected to 11 men at the center of an armed standoff in Wakefield this morning following a traffic stop. Colonel Christopher Mason of the Massachusetts State Police says the standoff ended with all 11 in custody. The investigation that follows from this interaction will provide us more insight into what their motivation what your ideology is. 95 was closed for several hours. Police in New Bedford are investigating an improvised explosive device found in that city yesterday. State police bomb squad detonated the device found on a porch No one was hurt at an eighth Boston cop has pled guilty.
"michael harrison" Discussed on WRKO AM680
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"michael harrison" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Quickly. So get online and make your reservations today. Well, a couple of seconds ago, you referenced, you know, bring the family. So what would be the ideal suite at yacht Haven in there, Jack that would be perfectly suitable for a family. I would recommend one of our clean deluxe rooms. These rooms are over 700 Square feet. They have ample sitting space. There's two beds as well as a queen size sleeper sofa, dining area, vanity area kitchenette and spacious bathroom. And you have the harbor views. See. I mean, you can really bring up six people in these rooms and doesn't have a balcony. Those rules do not half the rooms do have balconies Have condoms? Do not If you like a balcony, I would recommend that blocks King room. It's a king bed as well as a queen size sleeper cell flips over 600 Square feet. I wouldn't even call it a balcony. We call it a deck. It's really a private is so spacious. It's amazing, and it's right over the water. And you make a good point. You know, Michelle and I, as you know, we're there. I kind of drop in there as often as I can very fortunate. I dock my boat over Charleston, Marina s O. We take a quick jaunt across the harbor and you're kind enough to let us start there and we'll go grocery shopping in the north end. We'll grab a lunch and then we come back, and it's funny because I think it was last weekend. We were there, and Michelle said. I loved that lounge area they have in their the guest lounge area. Can we just go in and she said, has such great energy. And we ended up mooching a cup of coffee off you guys and sitting on the couch and just enjoying the view. It's such and you know what? I knew exactly what she meant, Jack because sitting there, there's something about the energy in that building and and in those rooms, it's It's almost magical. Isn't it? Relaxing and you bring you bring up a good point? We're not just the hotel where 100 slip Marina so Coming from the north shore of the South Shore. You wanted Doc? You both for a few hours or a few nights, you'll have access to that captain's loans. We have a billiard table fitness center, different seating areas. Complimentary refreshments. Bring a bottle of your own wine. If you'd like to enjoy and really just make it a staycation. And you know what else I realized, Jack, is that the viewers? Always changing if you're staying at yacht haven in, because if you go so to speak in the off season, it's a wide open, clear cut view to the harbor and you still see a boat activity whether it's like you say, giant tankers or barges which are really cool to see. Go right under your window s. Oh, there's some boat activity. And then all of a sudden, when the spring summer come The marina fills up. There's a lot more boating activity out of the water. So it Z like great people watching, and I happen to know that your marina is the one in Boston Harbor. The on Lee one. Really, that can accommodate the largest yachts in the world, right? We really cannot. While the company recently expanded, as you know, we expanded at Pier six, of Charlestown Marina in the Navy Yard. We also expanded fan pier in the seaport in camera, You know? And so actually all were marinas now can accommodate yachts up to 400 or even 500. Ft. In length on do we do get them? We're getting 203 104 yachts coming this summer. I can't drop any names. But these are really incredible vessels that come from the Mediterranean. They come from all over the world. S o. I mean, Boston Harbor has really become one of the top boating destinations in the world. Really? Absolutely. Haven't we haven't experienced that. You got to come check it out. Well, I don't want to make a big deal about it, Jack. But I just heard that Jeff base those bought himself a 417 ft yacht. Any chance we've got him booked in yet? I do have to tell you, Billy. I know you always try toe. Try answers out of me, but we do protect the confidence. Yeah. So I can't tell you, but it wouldn't be a surprise if he did If you didn't see it. It's kind of like a doctor. Patient lawyer client, You know, privacy thing that you really can't get the goings on of these private giant yacht owners. But You know, it is funny, Jack. And maybe it's just me because I'm such a crazy boater, and I'm such a love of the ocean. But when I stay at yacht haven in if you're there during the prime boating season, and you've got all these Giant yachts, You know, like, literally doctor outside your window when you wake up in the morning, AJ and you're having your coffee on. Did you just get out on your balcony or even look out your window? You're like within feet of these world class yachts that you're always so curious about. It's always like, Oh, I wonder who's that is or like, Oh, I wonder if they own it, or it's just being chartered, you know? And you feel like you know, for the weekend. You almost feel like you're with them because you're so close to the yacht and you get to see that lifestyle up close and my lying jack at all. You know you you painted a really Perfect picture of really what a guest can expect. Say of Boston. Not even your fist to fist will be is megayachts. You may interact with them in our captain's lounge, right? They have access to the same lounge. Yeah, The lounge is shared by guests stand and the more you know, so you could rub elbows with anybody really in the captain's launch. Are you familiar with the word networking? Yeah, about this, Jack. Think about this, right? You're just staying at the yacht haven in which, by the way, is a really cool thing. So you're staying at the end all of a sudden you meet and become friends with these people on this 300 ft yacht. And you know what? Next season, you could be on the yacht as a guest You could or, you know, you could. Also, they're always looking for for decades or deckhands on the Clean Air Act clean and travel the world that might be the gig for you. Well, not only that, Jack. Think of this a lot of people. Watch that show below deck, which I do, which I think is hilarious. I think there are two first. All right. So you're saying it yacht haven in all these yachts around you soon you're now in the show below deck, which is super cool. Sort of. Kind of, you know, way don't want to make it like it's okay to invade their privacy. I'm just trying to paint a picture. You know what I mean, Jack. Yeah, I know what you mean. I know exactly what you mean. I mean, but you're right, though The odds are docked. Wait on our breakwater, Doc, and you're staying.
"michael harrison" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"On the line. Joe, are you there, my friend. I am. Billy. How are you, My friend. You know, I got to tell you something. One of things I miss most about the pandemic is God you would be in the studio with us on a regular basis, and I could keep updated on what's going on over there. The theater. So have you been well, It's been arrested because for all of us has been a rough 15 months for us. And And you know, it's sort of last Friday if we were still on target to reopen in August, 22 by the time we got the Monday, all of a sudden it was May 29th. Unfortunately for us, Billy Our June July and August shows were gone, but very excited that we can now go back to full capacity, which is the only way we could function. And so we know we're putting lots of shows on sale, and so it Z getting giving us time to get up and going and we hope to be up. And going by sometime middle of August, But certainly Vice of Timber, October November December Yeah, it's funny. You say that Joe because when I got the news of the May 29th reopening the 100% capacity thing, which everybody was cheering. Obviously, you were one of the first people I thought off because it's not that easy in your business. It's not like overnight, you can bring a show into the theater. In fact, Brian Gale, who does our booking? Um, you know, has been juggling shows every day and their dates on hold in September, October, November, December. They have 19 holes in them Billy on those days because people are trying to figure out where they're gonna go. And you know that's a little easier to do outdoors. What's just happening at our friends at Fenway Park and others? But for us that's really hard and for a Broadway shows. It's a six month process. Even though you've seen that New York is gonna open July 4th. Broadway is not going to start until September. You know, Joe, maybe I can last minute put together some sort of a one man show that we can book in to the box. What a great idea. You know what I'm saying? Or maybe the two of us figure something out? You know, we packed House. We're coming up with some great ideas. And as you know, you've been very supportive of our ghost like serious, which was great. And now it gives us the chance to, you know, one. Make sure the public knows that we have our safety measures in place and we're putting a new air purifying systems and touchless water fountains of my bosses and payment. Technology in our box office, which is good contact class and new security measures and all this kind of stuff and filters. And But our first public event is actually tomorrow, which is New England School of loss, commencement. All cool, So you're going to do some commencements? Or is this the only one? This will be the only one. But this now enables us to go ahead with the number of Weddings and stuff that we had going on and summer months and that'll now everybody's excited about that. And about two from about a month ago, we started opening up for virtual tours of Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame and the Wang Theater, which went really well and now we're doing in person, private tours, and so that's going along pretty good. So what you're doing is pivoting. Right, Joe? Totally. That's the way you have to pivot at this thing, because 15 months is a long time. Billie is, you know? Yeah. So what is the first production that you've already booked in? And when is it coming in? Well, you know, Right now there are seven in person shows that are scheduled for that are on sale, and we put two more on sale today and the typical of us is, you know, we have a diversity of the kinds of shows. So you know, we have rain coming back, which has been very successful. We have dead can dance. We have a celebrity chef called Alton Brown and one on sale about a month ago. And we even have today's two shows where Bianca Auditorium and Straight no chaser. And river dancing are one of our favorite shows you and me, is is Ringo Starr in his All Star Ben, with the opener of the Abbott Brothers is actually slated for next June on that was supposed to be two Jews ago. Wow, and they're going to continue to come. And so I'm really thrilled about that. And I'll bet you're thrilled about Ringo Starr because you love that guy. I do love it's can we sell his original artwork, and it's a great band this year, and you know you have a stadium band playing with him in the Abbott brothers, So it's really gonna be except, plus. Really? We're going to be announcing lots of shows coming up very soon. Awesome. And will Ringo Starr be bringing the art gallery and again this time, so to speak, he will And what's the best number to call best website for people to go so they can keep track every day? Because I know constantly, you'll be adding more and more shows correct its box center dot org's That's simple. Now, If I recall I got it had to be two Christmases ago when I went to the John legend. Uh, Christmas. Spectacular. Yeah, as well as the Mariah Carrey. I think if I'm not mistaken, those are a couple of years ago. Well, it's been a long time with this damn pandemic. I should have it has and I feel having had covert badly a year ago last March, I feel very lucky to get my Vaccination. I think that's where we've all been in our business is that you really need to get shots and people's arms. Um in order to try to limit the pandemic, a zoo much as possible, and science is proving us correct. Well, that's good. You know, John's kidding about the Christmas shows and everything. But the fact is, I mean, for the first time, we're thinking for the first time in a long time, people will be able to enjoy the holidays and do it in a much more normal fashion. So have you already booked in holiday type shows that people can start looking forward to now? Absolutely, And in fact, we'll be going on sale with a bunch of them. Coming up shortly. And so our big Christmas show this year is a Christmas story. Um, which we've had maybe 45 years ago, which was very wonderful Broadway show and We have several conscious will be announcing similar to what you experienced to two years ago. So we're Yeah, we're booked for the holiday season. We're ready to go. Joe was that a little bit of a hint there that you couldn't commit to, like similar to the shows I saw and mentioned a couple of minutes ago. So is there something you know you can tell us yet Collect on that is that Billy? It's just the fact of You know, this is sort of brand new all of a sudden. So you know what happened on Monday that you can now reopened. So now everybody's regrouping to make sure that you know we have the right date in the right times and Um, the show's committed to do that, And we even lost some shows in August, and we're trying to go on. And that particular show was had four sold out nights and we're hopeful tow. It was a reschedule show, and we're trying to bring it back again because when we were August 22, we couldn't do it. But now we can't and it's such a beautiful place to see a show. It really is. And you know, earlier in the interview gel you were talking about Things that are going on right now. So you can do in person tours of the box center Wayne Theater. How do we do that? You just go on boxing or box enter dot or tours. And you.
"michael harrison" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Consider how how we can be connected with nature and the University of concepts of Dean Atari. A that you mentioned earlier. I'd love to know what are some things that you make sure are part of your day daily routine. The health care that you make sure that you're giving for yourself and for your family. Well, great question, and I will preface this by saying, You know, I have some really good days and really, really, really good weeks. And then there's some days where I feel like I'm just trying to, like, catch my breath. But in general, I really try to start with prioritizing my sleep I feel and I actually practices and preach this and all the time that I do feel like sleep. It's a very best medicine of all. And we are supposed to align our sleep with with, you know, nature nature's rhythm of with the sun. And so I do try my best to get to sleep at around 10 10 30 wake up at around 66 30. Then as much as I can adjust this around the sun, and right now the birds are waking up at four in the morning and I try to just welcome them in rather than get super angry every morning. But you know, as much as I can stick to that kind of tend to six schedule, I feel my best. I also discovered this really beautiful, quiet morning time. And this was during my, Are you veda training? Actually, and I started with just 15 minutes And now I tried came for about an hour where I wake up before my family. And I give my time myself. That time I wake up. I have a large glass of water. I have my beloved cup of coffee, and I just give myself a quiet morning time before my house gets, you know, moving And that has been a game changer. Thea. Other thing I really do. Most gays is I get outside for a walk. I'm not a jogger. I'm not a runner. I love to walk. And so if I can get outside after my work day and which right now is sitting at the computer all day every day and move my body and get get things moving. My body is so much happier. I get my vitamin D. I put my note my put my music on and that to me is is especially right now during the pandemic. This is something that's been very, very important. And I don't want to the other things that you mentioned. We're going Take a break, but I want to talk about you said one healthy meal. That's something that you really try to prioritize throughout the day. And so we want to talk more about what that healthy meal means on why it is so important for your overall house. We'll take a break. We'll be back with Dr China. I'm Madison Rogers for the quick check of the stories trending right now on WBZ News Radio. 10 30 Governor Baker, calling the guidance change from the CDC Great News says many across the country are shedding their Mass this weekend, but announcing masks are still required for all indoors and outdoors when there's no room to keep sick. Speed of space. Governor Baker does say he plans to provide a reopening update early next week. Some gun violence in the region to tell you about last night, Joseph Pauline of New Bedford was shot and killed. Police haven't made any arrests, and there's no word on the suspects. Shooting reportedly happened at the rich Dale Foods on Brock Avenue in New Bedford. Earlier yesterday, 25 year old Edward Javi Air was found shot to death and backyard on Behavioral Street and Lawrence the word on any sussed. Thanks. In that case, either police are investigating. I'm Madison Rogers is like a cowboy, please. In a town like a couple of time in the way like the cowboy way. Have a gavel I can today. Yeah, when you're holding proud boys contained that cowboy ground. No way, like the cowboy way. Have a gavel candidate. Yeah. Like to have a big time. Try the new Big Sky burger every way. Rogers restaurants. It's a quarter pound burger with Smithfield pulled pork beer battered onion rings American cheese in spicy barbecue sauce on a corn dusted Kaiser bun ain't no.
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"Ghost kitchen in Providence, Rhode Island. Marissa, did you say you're going to be bringing it to the Boston area real soon? Yes, we would bring to the Boston area. We are not sure it is a study. It's a progress, but I'm not sure if it would be ghosts, Kitchen or would be all in the wall someplace. Then we can. Actually you can actually stop by by by and by their perspective, But in the meantime, you can get Marissa in Francesco's meatballs delivered. Right delivery is active for you guys. And I think you can use super each of news grub up door dash. Yes, Yes, all day anything all day while right now we close But Sunday Monday by the, uh, pretty soon everybody would be able to order online and go and pick up with this facility so they don't need right now They can only use, uh, like by like you, said, Bob nobody on this platform, but eventually they can order online and actually go there and pick them up. Yes. Yes, exactly. No. We're talking about several, like as many as eight different meatball recipes. Can you walk us through all the different meatballs, Marissa. Excellent reacting. We are so we have eight kinds of everything. All the manuals started toe serve almost everything and for more ground form, So it's not just meatball. But I've soldiered on Cheney. Different kinds of mozzarella specially made me there, but mainly and some lasagna. Mania, meatballs and enable a fate for now. And what I did is true instance, one off the tradition is very well known from the American culture like chicken parmigiana. So I made a meatball in the shape of meat for by when you buy the that bullshit parmigiana you just the explosion off the flavor of mozzarella. Tomatoes and chicken. Just states in one bite. Okay, So the chicken parm meatball. Okay, God. My fucking book deal with by some presume so much. Ana meatballs, then sausage and peppers so in the shape of meatballs, so it's ground pork pebbles and the same maju it sausage and pepper. Then we have Len cultured or him. Which is a land with same thing that would allow the ingredients, peppers and feet so and then we have salmon. Someone need ball is very unique. Um, plus we have cheese in chicken masala. We're on the march one on my favorite is excellent parmigiana, and that's completely ridge. Italian on to play the way we roasted the eggplant. We do some couple of sites along forces. And then we transform in the shape of meat for and everything is big. No fried not Friday is involved. Esso experiencing and delicious. That was so but you have to try. You know what I'm thinking? Everybody's gotta have a meatball party. You've got to celebrate the meatball, and nobody is celebrating it more than you, Marie says So if you live in the Boston area right now. Um, you you cannot have your meatballs delivered yet, right? Yes. So you can have it because you can order from Speaker. Yes, right now or you can order them from okay. How do we do that from speaking? Because that's a Needham, right? Yes, it is. You need them. But you can order true, but it and grab bubble. You can all the everybody can order and comes to happen. Yes. And you can have a portrait Jama party and go online and you, You see what we have a new president order. So our website it Z available? Yes. You know what I'm thinking? The invite alone will look really high class and fancy. You know, we're having a puppet Tomo Meatball party? Yes, I Oh, my God! Border 100 meatballs. Yes. And then it would be wonderful Also to celebrate birthday or anything, Anything Honestly, Friendship corporation wants so, bill. It's uh In in Italian is a verb for both big gamble. It's away toe amalgamated everything together that much less pulpit Jamel because it's a mix, not even thinking about the movement to make a meatball. So you you, um next together and created this ground. Creature. Eventually, they knew Willie and so that's the boat that camera come from the fact that friends and family and being together as a party, jamas, I'm way to love each other's. You know what? Marissa? I've been digitally several times. I have never run into a place in Italy serving eight different meatballs. Leave it to you to create this, but I gotta take a break. We're going to commercial, but please stay on the line. I want to spend a couple of more minutes. I want to talk more about Speaker and Needham. Is that okay? Exposed. Thank you very much. Okay. Hold on. It's food for thought. I'm talking to my pal Marissa and we'll be right.
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"Let us know how we could celebrate. Yes, thank you. We're very excited about our date today and we hope with celebrating it each year we will increase awareness. Maybe even haven't named as World area of a Today Just like we have an international yoga day that celebrated on the solstice in June. Are you dated is gay is always in the fall, And this year it falls on November 13th as part of a lecture Syriza. We're launching called Hashtag Be the remedy. We're going to be sharing stories from our community. Students. Our graduates. Clients who have been impacted in a positive way by bringing area veda into their life. And I hope to create a context for looking at the role are you Veda and yoga? I'm play, delivering an important message for our times. You know, it's about using natural wellness solutions to help with innate healing potential. And it's about integrating. Area Veda as a complimentary system of health care. We know we're not the total remedy, but we are part of the remedy and maybe even the missing part of the remedy. Especially during these times of stress and unrest. I'll be hosting doctors on our faculty to present the progress are you Beta is making in research and how it's addressing coded. Other experts will be kept talking about climate and other social issues that impact our health. So you can look at the The remedy. Um, hash tag Look for are details on next month on our website, and we talked a lot about the connection between yoga and iron Beta. That would you suggest for folks who are may be familiar with yoga that they may feel like there's a A sort of like a more easy connection than they imagined. Tire Beta Yes, Definitely. I you know, Yoga is part of the area Veda, But yoga definitely is more popular and mainstream and Ayurveda I believe is riding the coattails of the You know interesting the proliferation of yoga in the US, but Um There there sister Sciences. They were never meant to be separated. They are inherently based on the same philosophy to sing some CIA philosophy. And how they look at the body. They're both interested in house. Happiness, wellness, so It's a very easy way to consider them as sister. Science is a nice to know that there is that deep connection When we come back, we're going to talk about something that involves a daily routine as it relates, Kyra Betas would stay with us..
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"Restaurant. Hey, guys, welcome back to food for thought Billy Costa here, and we have Valerie Bono on the phone right now from Golden Connelly. Valerie. You there? Yeah. Billy, how are you? I'm doing okay. How are you doing Hanging in doing well, You always have cannoli in the house. Always. Which actually leads me to my next question. Is it Finally both plural and singular. Or is that the plural? Connelly's know? So the plural of canola is cannoli. So one can Olo to cannoli? I didn't know that. So if I'm ordering a cannoli I don't want to say Can I get a can only I want to say Can I get a column? Right? But who orders one? Really right? That's why everybody knows can only cause you just can't have one. Good point. But just right there it is Canola, so If I walk in and say, I'll just have a canola. Oh, they're not going to look at me like a weirdo. That's correct. That is the authentic traditional way to say it, But you know, that's an educational opportunity for the cannoli population. Well, I just had that educational opportunity. And, you know, I'm gonna run with it. So tell me about the history of the Golden Cannoli. Where did it start and where you based out off? So we're based in Chelsea, Massachusetts. We moved here about a half a dozen years ago. We were in Somerville for 45 years, right on the king before Wait a minute 45 years. Yes. So we're 50 year with this year's 2021 were 51 years old. So you're talking generations. Correct Are we have four second generation owners? It's my sister and I and my two cousins and their father and my father started the company in 1978. In February of 1978. And since then we've been making cannoli shells and filling and cannoli chips consistently and selling it to, you know nationally, but at the beginning more regionally to every supermarket bakery restaurant coffee shop, you name it. If they have can only most likely it's a golden cannoli. Wow. Yeah, I want to get to the distribution in a couple of minutes, But first of all, let's go back 51 years. How did your don't know? Grandfather? Great Grandfather end up in the cannoli business. So So my dad Frank in Angelo, His cousin came over here from Italy. They had worked in bakeries and and carpentry shops over and Europe on down Argentina's well when they came here in the early seventies, they started working at bakeries. Eventually opened up their own bakery in Cambridge, Arlington and in Somerville, and started making colleagues in the back room and more and more restaurants and bakeries started to see them, making them and ask them if they could make them some, too. And and golden cannoli was born. Wait a minute. Where was the bakery in Cambridge? Because I grew up in these Cambridge s O. They're so the Arlington Bakery, which is on mass AB. That was the one that they opened up in the late sixties and ran through. I believe that I want to see the late seventies early eighties, and then that spun off into the summer of the lab bakery, which the property still exists for the bakery has turned into a pizza shop now, so so there's another fun fact. So the Cambridge Bakery was actually in Arlington. Correct. Wow, We're learning a lot about golden can only right now. Okay, let's let's get to Chelsea now. And the headquarters in the course of a day. How many can Oli do you bang out? We could bang out anywhere from you know hundreds 250,000, depending on the time of year and what product we're making. Now, is this the combination of the mini cannoli as well as the regular size can only cause I know you've got the minutes That's true. We have a bunch of different sizes. We do. Ah, super small, which is a two inch shell that is really big in the you know, out on the West Coast in Las Vegas at the all you can eat buffets. And then we have our traditional three ancient five inch, which you see a lot in the north end and a lot of the restaurants and supermarkets locally. We have a couple different special sizes like a four inch on then also a six inch which we call our jumbo shell. Oh, the jumbo shell. Yeah, I'm learning a lot about cannoli. That's that's a big commitment. That's a big commitment. Okay, Now I'm gonna ask you a crazy question. Um do can always exist. In Italy, or is it just something we Americanized to so to speak? You know, there are a lot of food just you know, you go to Italy. You ask for they'll say that we don't do that. There. You guys invented that in the U. S. So in Italy, like traveling around Sicily of Florence or Rome or whatever you can get a good can only write. Absolutely. I think you know that's where it was originated, Um, years and years ago, and I believe that when you know the United States started to pick up on this delicacy, and that's sort of this niche item. Um they had to Americanize it a little bit. I think the biggest difference of what I would say it can. Only here in the United States and maybe one over in Europe is Is the feeling seems goats, milk in different types of cheeses to fill their show, which is a little bit more savory and Italy were here. I think we sweeten it up a little bit and engage the palette of you know your typical consumer who likes it to be a little bit sweet. Not so savory, and we use Ah, traditional, um, you know, cow's milk s. Oh, it's a little bit different, so Um, but, yeah, they're they're typically you know, you can trust me when I travel. It doesn't matter if it's locally or overseas. I will search for every cannoli I confined and C is that our can only what type of cannoli is that? What's the manufacturing practices? It's funny. You know, when you're in this industry, every Connolly is is creating cannoli awareness and excitement around the brand, but we have our brand and I like to try to find it. Yeah, This is fun. Golden Connolly is famous for your shells, right? Correct? Yeah, as well as the filling as well as the cannoli. But your shelves are like superstars in the cannoli world they are and we're very proud of that. We haven't changed a thing in 51 years and and certainly we don't intend to sizes and flavors can change but the quality of the ingredients that we use in the manufacturing practices that we've created and certainly are successful with Why change something that seems to be working? It's a lot of a lot of hard work that goes into it for sure. Okay, so people are listening right now. And by the way, Thank you for listening food for thought we do this every Sunday night on WBZ news radio. Where can we get Golden Canola s? So you know, you know where we've been behind the scenes for many, many years. Nobody knows this. But you know, golden can only can be found. And you know your your corner store bakery, your specialty shops, your restaurants. You're you know, Like I said, your coffee shops and supermarkets. You know, every major supermarket chain in the end store bakery behind the counter will fill a cannoli fresh for you, or it could be pre.
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"I'm Dave Packard. So far, the Johnson and Johnson vaccine development has been shown to be effective against every mutation of the Corona virus. But its efficacy did drop against the South African variant, which has now been discovered in cases in Maryland and South Carolina. ABC is Trevor Ault with an update on the race to vaccinate as many people as possible. On average right now, the U. S. Is vaccinating 1.2 million Americans a day. FEMA's helping to provide a billion dollars in support of vaccination sites. But so far, only seven states have vaccinated more than 10% of their populations, and a lot of locations are desperate to find the necessary staffing the CDC down projects next month the U. S will eclipse half a million lives lost to covert 19 and in Los Angeles County health officials calling the level of covered 19 deaths among Latinos frightening off 1000% since November. President Biden indicating a sports passing the $1.9 trillion covert relief bill through Congress, with or without Republican support, just weeks after the deadly attack of the U. S. Capitol, a new deadly alert from Law Enforcement morning that extremists may be planning violence across the country in the coming days. Meanwhile, a continuing search for a pipe bomb suspect tied to the insurrection to Washington and ABC is faith of booby. The FBI says their investigation has revealed the bombs were placed outside the RNC and DNC headquarters the night before the deadly siege. Those bombs, thankfully did not go off. But ABC News has obtained a new videos showing as the moments before the explosive devices were planted. The footage shows the suspect in an alley just one block from the U. S. Capitol honors for a fallen hero, congressional leaders and Bouncing the Capitol Police officer Brian Sick. Nick, who died after being injured during the siege on the capital earlier this month, will lie in honor in the capital's rotunda next week. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer praising officer sick Nick for his heroism. And for his sacrifice, you're listening to ABC news. I worry about lots of things, my finances, my cran kids. If.
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"We eat the largest meal at noon. And in the night time, that's when you know your digesting thoughts and feelings that, um, you know, um, important part of Sleep time that if you're up to late on technology, letting light come into your eyes, it's gonna wake up the brain like a flashlight to the brain and make it so that you can't can't sleep so You know, with everyone home these days. It's a little easier to have your largest feel like news. We've been able to make that change in our household and wonderful. The evening meal. Time is is a lighter soup. You know you have something lighter, easier to digest because you're winding down. In. Are you ready? You don't eat after 8 p.m. and you basically fast until at least you know, ate and the next morning, So you have like 12 hours of not fasting. Um Which is what breaks accessed break of fast means in the morning. You know. So when you're eating after eight cam at night, your body has to digest the food and you won't fall asleep and you run the risk of staying up late that way. So the you definitely want to unplug. So it's another basic of the daily routine. You want to shut down technology and not let you know it. Wake up your mind, and that's what I mean about, you know, sleep leaving at 10 because you know your mind will push your tired body. And in our debate and yield a week, we learned that the mind is to serve the body not to deplete it and push it around. And sometime between eight and 10 p.m.. Your body gets tired naturally. So you want to notice when you yon Because that's the signal. Often you dismiss it, but the heavy or coffee time of the night. Between six and 10 p.m. when it's helping you become drowsy or prepare for sleep. So with your life completely off, your body will naturally make the melatonin to support your sleep until the next morning when the sun comes up and the cortisol levels naturally rise to wake you up. You know you're 80%.
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"With a nerve agent was jailed upon his return. Tens of thousands of people have protested across Russia, calling for the release of Alexei Navalny. The protests are one of the largest displays of opposition the Kremlin has seen for some years, Protesters have marched in virtually every large city, they were confronted by riot police, who have detained close to 2000 people so far. Vladimir Putin's most troublesome opponent. The Valentin remains in jail, where he was imprisoned immediately after returning back to Russia last week. Patrick Revolt, ABC News at the foreigners and
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"Michael Harrison putting the folks that I work with all week long in the D. J V show. To work thinking about these stories, the official list So General Horn is here. Victoria Keelan J. Kushner and we're at number of four. All of the pardons. The names that are on the list. Some we knew some we didn't know s. Oh, I guess so. So what? Under the circumstances who is a danger to society That's been let out of jail any mass murderers and he big time swindlers. Swindlers for sure. Murderers. No. Yeah, Little Wayne. It was on the list. And he actually thinks Trump on Twitter for the pardon before he left office and even stoop dog who literally, which was talking about how to video of how tow kill trump in in a music video that he did, it said, Thank you for releasing. For pardoning. I guess the guy from death row records who was one of them. A lot of these people got the jump, I think. Well, yeah, well, you know what Put Trump's administration was working on criminal justice reform. He befriended and heard a lot of these stories, and so Little Wayne thinks President Trump for pardoning him in on Twitter, he said. I want to thank the president for recognizing are so much more to give my family, my art, my community and also I like Little Wayne and I have no issue with him. But here's the thing Little Wayne got busted for having an illegal weapon, which was a felony. He went to jail. He got out and then he knew he was never allowed to have a licensed firearm. That's the law. He is a felony is not allowed to have it. And he still brought an illegal weapon. Just in November. He knew he was breaking the law. Why he got a pardon? Is that honestly? That disgust me that absolutely people commit crimes. But hold on How many people have sent your party? No, no. But how many people commit crimes that know that they're committing a crime. I'm that's what I'm saying. You don't you don't deserve Ah, pardon for that. I don't know. I just I don't Who's this very congressman that brought a gun into the house this week got nabbed by the name of him. Who is that? A lot of them are bringing it back because they have concealed carry permits. I think before we throw the guy under the bus, we should see if he has one of those he has. He has a permit, but I don't know if it's concealed carry, but he has a permit. It's a licensed firearm. But you're not supposed to bring them to the house floor and that apparently everybody knows, And he If he knew he knew cars. I don't I would think they'd want him there. If they're so afraid about what could happen. I mean, look, you have a lot of people were out there saying how afraid they are. You would think they'd want to have good trust Who's Who's saying that? They're afraid who who's saying people lot of people in Congress Nancy Pelosi, saying that people are suffering from PTSD and All of this stuff from when I was a traumatic moment I get that. But the rules are the rules change the rule. Then if everyone's allowed to carry a gun, Okay, changed the rule, but this guy broke the rule. Number three on the list. Are the various things being done to improve race relations? I would personally say, I don't think that that's the number three most important thing that's come around this week, but I'm not putting a list together. There's a focus on it because everybody in Joe Biden's administration that we've heard from so far has talked about Systemic racism. I mean, from transportation to your national security advisor. Everybody's talking about racism. And I think, Look, if that was it going to be a a knish it and initiative for Joe Biden's administration, that's fine, But I think the national security advisor should be focused on national security threats. Not about diversity in the country, and I think I agree. I think you're going well like supremacy attacks. Look what we've seen What happens that is a threat. That's a dentist. So is so is it? It's not the majority of it's not. The biggest problem that they were like, certainly is no majority of people that broke into the capital. I'm going to promise and we don't even know that they are. So it's not like we'll be overrun below with white supremacist attacks. I mean, they might be. We just don't know We don't know yet about all of that. But I think that stuff it's just the tone. Of everything. I mean, I'm noticing in the whole life here in my community. Maybe because the mayor is black and everything is about diversity. Everything is not about diversity. There are lots of problems that are not related to race. That are not related to color. Unfortunately, many of us who are color blind. I get myself worked up about this because I'm tired of people being focused on because of the color of their skin, whether it's good or bad. Even though the reality I'd be sticking my head in the sand. If I thought the jurors the justice system was fair, cause it isn't and is a real problem. For me. The biggest problem in this area of race relations is how many black dudes are in jail. For really nothing. So e Think what you said, is really interesting, and it's worth talking about because It's the same way that I feel our generation and I'm not putting myself necessarily in the same generation with you, Jack. But I think you want the most real God. But the most recent school of thought was to stop seeing color and to treat each person equally. That's what I do. That's what I think you do. I think that's what we all that's what we intend to do so, But the new school of thought, and I'm really interested. Know what Victoria thinks about. This is not that anymore. They want you to see color. They want you to notice color and they want you to point out color. And so there's a difference in India wants to get out of the way for color. That's my mayor in my guys exactly What's happening, Victoria Well, maybe that's your town. But that's not what that's not what the movement is that Zab Salih, not the money. It's the tone. There is a tone that's being said. Well, what tone should it be? What tone should tone should be equality for everybody Period? End of story. That's where were you know we can't just wait a while. I don't know. But you don't do it by forcing the public to make way for people of color. Just because they're people of color..
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"I have to say that I'm sitting holding all three of your cookbooks in front of me, Kate and I'd say And sometimes I'd take a look at you know, past year. I certainly have taken a look at these these past quarantine months and think and thought about some of the great additions that have come from such a challenging time. And I will say being able to take some time with your cookbooks has been very eye opening and very inspiring. And so to get this third one in the mail recently with something that was very exciting, I think for Folks listening. It's worth considering that when when I say that these air cookbooks is there much less traditional in the way that you think of cookbooks because there's a lot of dialogue in there as opposed to just straight recipes. Kate was that something that was sort of essential for you as you were the words? Thinking through all these boxes to make this more of of of an actual read, as opposed to, um, recipe Yeah, Jenny, I'm so glad you brought that up really is my heart is really in education and helping people understand Like how I relate to work. To keep the body healthy. Tomo wide disease and illness and it's There's so many really helpful things that we can learn from iron data. And although cooking is kind of like number one, you have to just get on board with You know, eating healthy, But each of the book has the whole least 50 pages of front matter where I cover different topics related to how I repeat of use the body. However, being of use food on different things that we can do to maintain help. One of those things is a daily routine that you talk about throughout all of these books, but you sort of unpack with greater detail in your most latest one can you share with us the importance of a daily routine and what it means? Within Arab ADA. Well, Ira Veda is primarily a longevity science. It's actually about maintaining the luster of the body like the luster of youth, which is it's actually called Oja, which is our It's like the cream of the body that makes us juicy and supports immunity. And The Dina Chaerea is the word for daily routine. And so much of how we stay juicy is in like little simple things that we do on a daily basis. So the idea is that You know, life can kind of like like, run away on you. You're suddenly there. You're not getting enough Sleep your night sitting down to eat me up off and it's like becomes a big deal to take a shower. Never mind. You care for your skin, for example. So the idea is that when you when you get yourself That up with a routine if you take the guesswork out of it, and every day, there's just these little things that you're doing to take care of your body so that it's like it offsets the general wear and tear of being a human being these days. Mm hmm. So that concept of janitorial. What are some of the things that people might consider if they're looking to add a, You know, a daily routine into their lives. One of the big ones is taking care of the senses. Like your eyes, your ears, your skin, your mouth. The sense organs are like these windows into our nervous system, actually, and I wanted to talk a little bit about care of the senses today because I think a lot of people are feeling anxious. On due to the changing time. So our sense organs really are how we can interact with and relate to the state of our nervous system. So one of the things that is considered as it says in the Iron Gate a text that the one who does oil massage daily does not suffer from any diseases. It's like the kind of the number one practice and if you imagine your skin is the largest of your sensory organs that covers the entire body, and it's actually full of nerve endings. So the application of a natural oil to the body before the shower which this time of year people could have people at home. Want to just give this a try? That could use coconut oil because it is warm in summer time. The coconut away will actually cool the body down a little bit, so an application of oils the entire body, constant nerve ending lubricates and moistened the skin, which is going to sort of You in our juiciness for the day and then when you get in the shower You just allow the hot water to kind of open the skin and drive the oil in a little bit deeper, and then they could just sort of soap, the nooks and crannies where the oil might get stuck. Emerging from the shower. I think what I get for feedback most often is that people just love how soft and smooth skin field But that move ness and softness is actually extending deep into the body and calming the nervous system. Just like one of the most. Unofficial and easy Once you get the hang of it, it's really easy to do. And so this notion of taking care of the senses. A great example was taking care of the skin with the oil certainly applies toe, our eyes and our ears with sort of the intense digital stimulation that we're finding ourselves immersed in these days. So I want to talk about a few ways to calm those asses well as some other cleansing morning routines and evening routines that people might Think toe. Add Tonto their day on, hopefully bring some balance. Ken O'Donnell is their guests and food for thought. We're gonna come back and talk about a few more of those statements. I'm Dr.
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"Welcome back food for thought that you buy the box center clear. We touched upon some breathing techniques and meditation, sort of the overview. Of the 40 days trip, personal transformation that you were offering through the down under yoga school, as well as the Boston IRB aided school, But I know the culinary component of iron Beta is really Is really crucial. A zit relates to overall health. So there's a piece of your transformation that you college entitle cleanse, which is different than what we think of these days of the cleanse or as a diet and so tell us what happens there. Yes. Well, I take you on to the program might build up and understanding us. So like, okay, how how you start approaching food? Because food should be fabulous. You should We want to eat food, easy to drink water and not be on a diet. Be aware of diet. And so one of the things that's really important is in the 40 days. I do what we call an odd me reset or a digestive fire reset. So the cleanse is just that for a couple of days. Guide you into eating What's called Kittery, which is is mum being doll or lentils and they're cooked a certain way so that your body doesn't have to work hard. Break down food for a couple of days. And when you do that, what happens? This is your digestive fire starts to kick back up. If you think of like a fire, I have a fire going right now in my my fireplace and creates all builds up right If we don't ever clean the fireplace decrease all build up inside. You want to think that your stomach is just like that when we don't break down food? Well, it's like the food Has remnants that, like create song. We call that Alma. And when that happens, your fire doesn't burn so well, it doesn't break things down so easily. And so the odd me reset what it does. It helps to burn off like to create a fall in the fireplace. It burns off whatever swinging around in your gut so that the fire furnace Of your stomach. Burns brighter, So you have a cleaner. Energy flowing through your system, and it does really work. It's it's amazing thing, because I find with my own health challenges, you know, going through breast cancer and surviving breast cancer living with breast cancer. I'm very well aware of how important it is to keep my system burning clean. And being able to put in the right food. That keeps me at my best. So the Agni we started the cleanse reset. What That does is, it sets you up. Now they're being you want to make better choices, Because when you clean out your body, your mind behaves better. Your mind actually is aware of how the body's doing and when there's a lot of stuff we may be so used to living. With problems in our body. That when we do a reset of the idea, and they go away, or amazed that, like I didn't realize that I was feeling so bad until I started to feel so good. And there's an intimidation initially when we start talking about food, because food brings us so much comfort. It brings us so much identity with food and like we can have control in life over food. What we put in our mouth is a way that we could feel like we have a lot of may not feel guys control in any other area of my life, but I can choose what I want to have for lunch. And what are you need? It does in this diet component helps you to understand. Yes, you can. When your digestive fireworks Well, you have you have more opportunity to eat What you like and have it get digested and feed the tissues of your body so that you get All of these good things. You get clarity of mind. You get stronger immunity, You're able to have a greater band west you're able to cope with like Corbett. You're able to cope with all the things that are coming at us that we don't have much saying in life, And that's why this program at the heart of it is, have you. How can you live in awakened life? In this world where there's so much going on that you don't have control over. Well, you mentioned Cove it and certainly everyone is focused on this idea of immune health right now, So can you talk to us about how someone can benefit? From Meyer bait another so many different ways during covert ninth in time as it relates toe maintaining what feels like this overall immune health. Mm. Well, your God is your immunity and we now know that Western medicine and we know that immunity is actually your ability to digest. So you have to digest and break down food, and you have to digest in breakdown, viruses and bacteria that come into your system all the time. Now, if we're not digesting well with our food We're more likely to get sick from viruses and bacteria. And so this.
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"New Orleans police are searching, for two men. Who they say opened fire on a crowd of people last night three people were killed seven others hurt a lot of people we know saw, what happened, hurt what. Happened and we need more than anything for people to. Come forward to help the NYPD right now solve this case by helping us find more evidence police superintendent Michael Harrison the shooting happened. About, three miles from the French, quarter the suspects fled on foot. Two suspects are, being, sought, in Los Angeles after a drive by, shooting last night outside a liquor store police say, two, people are dead half a. Dozen others hurt witnesses Say they heard about fifteen shots as the opioid epidemic claims more lives, every day one St., in the, mid west is confronting the crisis judges attorneys law enforcement officers and medical professionals gathered in Indianapolis last week for a. Statewide opioid summit it was sponsored, by the Indiana. Supreme court and included sessions on helping families affected, by the crisis and the legal implications. Of addiction. According to the National, Institute, on drug abuse Indiana had the eleventh highest opioid prescription rate, in the country. In two thousand sixteen we had a Bill failed this last year than that really instituted a statewide take back system and the legislature just wasn't, ready for, it that's. State Senator Jim Merritt who says some pharmacies have started. A similar program the Rx abuse leadership initiative Tanya j powers Fox News after eight months behind bars in Israel a Palestinian teenager says. She, has plans to study law to defend her people and the The Palestinian cause a head to Mimi returned to, the West Bank, this morning, and was welcomed, by banners flags and cheers the seventeen year old, landed in prison after slapping and kicking.
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"Says he had run an errand to a friend's house, when the car fire was still miles away and on the other side of, the Sacramento river, from his home far gobbled up that. Ground in a matter of minutes some people saw fire NATO's spin hundreds of. Feet in the air and touchdown destroying homes while leaving others on the same street untouched for NPR news I'm Bob Moffitt police, New Orleans asking for, help from the public following last night's shooting they're looking for two suspects that. They say shot indiscriminately into a group. Of people leaving three dead and seven injured New, Orleans, police superintendent Michael Harrison asking anyone with information about, the shooting to contact police no means does anyone think you need to, take matters into their own. Hands the New Orleans police department. And partners are on this we will stay on it until we clear, it until we hold those accountable For near since as one gunman was armed with a. Rifle the other with a handgun Sam Baba's former leader appears to be seeking to influence tomorrow's election Robert Mugabe today broke months of silence since his ouster under military pressure November saying he will not vote for those who've illegally taken, power in apparent reference to his, former deputy president Emmerson Managua tomorrow's election is the first since Mugabe was forced out Turkey's president says his country will. Stand firm against American pressure NPR's Peter Kenyon reports of Washington is threatening sanctions have Turkey. Does not release a US pastor who's facing trial president told a Turkish news channel that the US would be losing a strong, insincere ally, if it, doesn't change its attitude toward Turkey pastor Andrew Brunson was, held in a Turkish prison for the better part of two years before court, ruled he could, be moved to house arrest while his. Trial on terrorism charges continues officials in Washington said that wasn't enough in president Trump, demanded brunson's immediate release or Turkey would face sanctions Turkey is also seeking to buy American F, thirty five fighter jets at transaction congress is trying to prevent in his interview aired on said. Turkey would pursue international arbitration if the sale is blocked Peter Kenyon NPR, news and, you're listening to NPR news this is WNYC in New York I'm David first emergency crews are at. A New, York City housing development after nearly four dozen buildings in. The complex lost power the f. d. n. wise has crews. Were sent to start city in Brooklyn's east. New York section this morning after all Forty-six buildings lost power WCBS TV reports fifty seven year old woman who was on a respirator when the power went. Out was found dead officials tell the station that, the machine did not rely on building power because it ran on its own batteries they say she. May have died before the power outage there are nearly six thousand apartments in the housing complex which has its own independent power Our plant. Outside the management of con Edison health officials. Say the drinking water at the Jacobi, medical. Center in the Bronx has tested positive, for the bacteria that causes legionnaire's disease a. Spokesman for New York City health. And hospitals. Says required testing of the water found quote very low levels of the legionella bacteria the Jacobi medical center says it. Is using only bottled water and is installing new water filters on showers officials say the risk to patients staff and visitors is very low and. That the New York State Department of health is treating and monitoring the water supply former mayor Rudy Giuliani says guy Molinari, the late New York City politician and powerbroker who convinced him to run for mayor was his staunchest ally. And greatest defender Giuliani was among the mourners at Molinari's. Funeral mass yesterday on Stanton island Molinari died on Wednesday at the age of eighty nine Seventy two degrees right, now we'll be seeing mostly sunny skies today with a high in the mid eighties tonight skies remained clear we'll have a. Low around, seventy degrees this is WNYC support for NPR comes from Newman's Own foundation working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from.