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"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Tactical Kitchen Show

The Tactical Kitchen Show

07:34 min | 5 months ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Tactical Kitchen Show

"We do have a couple of other things that we want to talk about real quick. But let's just sum this up for Carnivore for women and sleep issues news that if you have an issue and you want to dive into this further. I'm here for you I am. I'm here for you. Send me a message. We'll send a console. We'll talk about it. Yeah absolutely do you WanNa talk about your cookies. Yes okay so this is not carnivore. What a weird thing? But it's cookies so I was contacted by this company called Catania and it's a mother and son who started this baking company and they just make two things. I think they make a chocolate chip cookie and a coconut macaroni. And so they did this. Because the MOM got on Kito and she lost a whole bunch of weight and then she was like me a French pastry reshef and she wanted to continue to do something in that vein and started making these coconut. Macaroni and stuff for France. And I think the business just Kinda grew and they're trying to get started and they reached out to us and send us a couple of bags of samples. So now we got these cookies. While we're trying to go stricter carnivore. Yeah that whole strip carnivore that we talked about well. Whatever but they are totally Kito and we tried one that was is not carnivore but we did try one? They're they're very good. If you're looking for something sweet we're going to put a link in shouts where you can go in order those and and it was so sweet of Jerry and John to send us though samples from Catania. We really appreciate it. I mean and that's one of the great things about being in this this circle of Kito Carnivore. They're making ketogenic baked goods. That's that's her goal and their mother son team sweet and and so we tried them. They were good they were they were coconut. Macaroni Yeah Right. I'm saying flechettes on. Yeah so there were there. Were good and if you're a keynote you don't person and you're just looking for a little bit of a sweet snack to have this not gonNA kick you out of Ketosis that you won't do that then. This is one of those great options that are out. They're real easy. We're going to put the link you you're going to be able to get them. Just sit right to your door. Don't do that to your repertoire. Foods lasting. Just I'll guy happened this week in the news is is is everybody. If you're in Kito Carnivore mainly mainly carnivore. You've heard Jordan Peterson. Michaela Peterson whether it's a story. That Jordan Peterson was In in the hospital in Russia I know and that he was was having issues with addiction issues and turned out he was. He was addictive Benzodiazepines yeah which is which is weird. I you know I've never heard of it. But it knocked out on a meal doing research on that but It's just crazy that that he left the states to go to Russia to get treatment. What you know I I honestly? I'm never had a prescription for this. And or anything like that. But I know that it's given to people for anxiety things -iety depression things like that. And it's very addictive and it's supposed to be used for short periods of time and it's because it's very addictive than the reason why he's hospitalized is because one of the key things when you start to withdraw from it. The withdrawals are so severe uh-huh and anyway. I know that his daughter has put out a youtube video concerning it. And you can go find that on their channel on MM Youtube. But you know he's one of us he's one of our carnivore people and it was just really really terrible to hear that he was going through something like that and this just it goes to show no matter what you eat. You can still have problems. Right issues is a carnivore is not a magic wand. That takes everything away. I think his his wife was going through cancer. She yeah and she's recovered. And so this was part of that and I think he was taking it during that issue shoe. Because you know he's a public figure and even though someone If you see them you know externally. They might look just fine often people who are in the public. I have a lot of stress. Because you get a lot of flack from all different areas and even though you know he's supposed to be really smart. You know a great guy again. Like I said that that that amine you're oblivious from from having issues now and I know that they embarked on the carnivore diet because both he and his daughter from different health issues one of his being like depression and So it's just one of those things that we always want to remind ourselves that no matter how we you know it's not something that's going to magically make every single problem you have go away. There's always stuff that you know in life. That's it's going to be hard no matter your diet and just generally you know diets diets. Great and it's it's one aspect of of our overall health. It's like the foundation for sure. It is the foundation because it's the foundation for all those neurotransmitters. We know all of that but there our other outside factors like this medication being super addictive because it actually changes the brain chemical makeup. which is so you know? Yeah and so. That's the big problem is that it changes the way that the brain actually works. And that's that's something. If you know someone that are you yourself. Uses one of these drugs be very careful. Yeah absolutely and the the reason I bring us all up is because he's one of the people on the corner of our world now that's going to open the door for people to go look. This diet doesn't work. He got addicted. All you know. Just shut out that. That's just noise because because you know said no matter what you eat you still have to have a healthy lifestyle. You still have to have healthy relationships. You still have to have healthy daily practices. All those things go into Being overall happy with your life yeah and you know sometimes uh-huh something that that may have been a long time before starting carnivore in knowing. How addictive that those medications are you know? It's just one of those things. It's very hard to to to get over. Yeah well we hope he does. Well we better. I'm sure you will. But you know that interesting to talk about. You can find out more. You can hear it from basically their mouths Youtube Douglas into us about it. No No. We're just gossipers stirring the pot right now it's all we're doing all right well. Hey I think that wraps it up you know is a great podcast and once again we want to say how much we appreciate everybody out there tuna listening. We hope you have a great day. Go out there eat fat and prosper. Thanks for listening to the kitchen. Subscribe and leave us a review. 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"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

01:53 min | 9 months ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Welcome to season two episode thirty two of the Jordan Beep Petersen podcast I'm Michaela Peterson. Dad's daughter in collaborator. Today's episode is a twelve rules for life lecture recorded in Edinburgh on October twenty eighth twenty eighteen but I figured I'd admit it I've named this lecture the topic of troops which is why partly admitted the whole Edinburgh thing I really liked this lecture Tonga truth isn't easy but it's easier than the repercussions come from lying I've had a hard time learning that to be honest I keep relearning it that'll never stop probably while I hope it doesn't one day you know when you're in a situation it's easier to not say something or to change the story just a tiny bit doesn't seem to ever be a good idea or workout it's scary to tell the truth but it's worth at life can get really convoluted and confusing very quickly if you lie I've been trying to sort out my life would she would assume would be easier with like mine but it's still not easy allowed going on social medias been particularly vicious this month with Dad's health problems in my relationship I've been separated since June twenty eight gene but just started talking about it recently we co parent my daughter Scarlett I just hired Mayak says my business manager any else we manage my dad is well we're going out for dinner tonight we're good friends and life is complicated but people like to throw judgments around and forget that people online are real people the best thing you can do I think in response to that is honest or as dad says at least don't lie I'll try to make people soon about how he's doing if you're worried please don't where Peterson's got this our next year will be joking about it do you ever wonder where your family comes from I was obsessed with.

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Human brain and that was because we were eating animals most likely this is all hypothetical but so many convincing theories now that it was an animal nutrients density of calories that allowed our brains. He's just grow in size and humans regenerate in the cortex to move out of the trees and become hunters. There was something magical about eating animals and then i heard these stories. They're saying magic about cooking them to what we can talk about that. We wanna go with you. Yeah we should there are are these theories about the cooking of food and <hes> i have some interesting thoughts about that too and i was sort of mulling over that i hear jordan peterson michaela peterson talking on joe rogan about the improvement movement in their recalcitrant autoimmune conditions by eliminating plants from their diet and i thought maybe that's that's really cool throughout the history of my training of always been fascinated fascinated by any intervention where there was a vegan diet or both proof diet or a paleo diet or any of these things that helped people anecdotally and of one case study improve auto immunity improve chronic inflammation on that anyone i want to study that i want to study that and see what's going on there all those valuable anecdotes so when i heard about this with a carnivore carnivore diet and we can talk about how i would formulate a carnivore diet for me. It's much more than just meet knows detail as you suggested so that was really fascinating to me and i went down that rabbit hole and just been on this magical unicorn journey. You know it's been a great experience. Led me to learn about all sorts of cool things as i'm exploring during this hypothesis that for some people for all people cleanser kind of out to get us. They don't want us to eat them. It comes with all these corollary questions russians which i'm sure we'll dive into in that. Perhaps animals really are the source of the optimal food for humans well. I i love the mindset that are that plans. Don't want us to eat them and i go back to emergent behaviors from a complex systems and there's a guy named stephen wolfram all from who proved this who created mathematica which is this massimo nations offer used in almost all advanced engineering and science and biology algae degrees to model behaviors and he showed look you wanna make some and it looks like a really amazing complex flower you take these four rules and just do them over and over a billions or trillions of times in these amazing complex patterns emerge from simple rules and i think that the basic plant emergent emergent behavior is i can't run away because i'm rooted so number. One rule is don't die which means don't eaten and this is. Why if if you're listening. I like dave what's up with this. I'm going to tell you go outside. Find any plant around you just a tree a we'd need take a handful of it. Put in your mouth and chew it and see what happens right the vast majority of plants you could die you will shit yourself silly and you could go to the hospital no joke that's how strong of a pattern. This is totally true. There's credibility here. There's a reason there's an explanation and then there's a test that we can do that. I don't recommend you do because you'll feel really unwell. One leaf of certain plants in fact very common common plants will give you really severe cramps so please listen to what we're talking about here..

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Welcome to season two episode seventeen of the Jordan Peterson podcast. I'm Michaela Peterson Dad's daughter and collaborator this week's episode titled Twelve Rules Is London Ontario. The inevitability utility endanger of hierarchies is a throwback to one of Dad's twelve rules for life lectures from London Ontario recorded on July Twenty First Twenty Eighteen at Centennial Hall Quick Update on the family situation. It's still dire mums surgical complication battery yet life just keeps on throwing curveballs one after the other. We're thinking of going to the states for care so hopefully that'll be what happens. It's really difficult to make decisions when your stress to the Gills Weird evolutionary flaw a when you need your brain most in stressful situations. Sometimes you're so stressed. He can't think that doesn't seem useful at all. The end poor of support has been unbelievable so thank you again. It's almost like having a peripheral support system. It's it's really cool. When we return twelve roles London Ontario the inevitability utility endanger of hierarchies Jordan be Peterson podcast is brought to you by borough era borough is a furniture company rethinking how people shop for and live with their furniture by making high quality sofas that are customized online shift through free in one week and set up in minutes? I bought most of my coaches us because they're cheaper and and I had university students so it was a huge pain borough is seriously the way to go instead this year. I was looking for sofas that had fabric that was free from harmful chemicals because my daughter and borough offers this..

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Welcome to season. Two episode thirteen of the Jordan be Peterson podcast. I'm Michaela Peterson dad's daughter and collaborator today representing his lecture at the center in the square in Kitchener Ontario recorded on July twenty first twenty eighteen it's one of his twelve rules for life, lectures, if you haven't signed up to be a beta tester for thank spot, the intellectual platform dad's backing head over to think spot dot com and sign up. I talked about it a bit last week and Rogan and dad also discussed it in their episode. But if you're new here, it's a platform that won't limit speech, unless it breaks US law that seems like a reasonable way to limit speech, rather than just using random than generally neurotic crowd mentality, you can form reading groups in podcast groups and much more which a great platform to have a real intellectual conversations. Maybe learned something dad's content will be put up there with new announcements, a number of people from the intellectual dark web are already involved and more. People will be joining August. Once all the kinks are worked out. Mom still recovering not only did she have major health trouble. But then she had a one in twenty thousand surgical, complication really, really she still recovering from that. And it's been really tough, but thanks to looking up again. Thank goodness when we return dad's lecture at the centers square in Kitchener Ontario. Express VPN. Let's talk about that. I use it to encrypt my data admitted, you think that cybercrime is something that happens to other people, you may think that no one wants your data or that hackers can't grab your passwords or credit card details. But you'd be wrong stealing data from unsuspecting. People on public wifi is one of the simplest and cheapest ways for hackers to make money. When you leave your internet connection unencrypted you might as well be writing your passwords and credit card numbers on a huge billboard for the rest of the world to see..

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"I think that was. Backing up in my story. Maybe fourteen years prior. That was what led me to originally do a vegan diet, you know. I heard stories of people getting better on vegan diets, and so I've been on the vegan side too. And I did it RAV Egan experiment. You know, fourteen years ago for seven months, and what I learned was that my health deteriorated pretty rapidly on Ravi diet, but you hear stories of people eliminating processed foods dairy and going on being and having some improvement in inflammatory conditions as well. And I think that what these two scenarios suggest is that for many people food is a trigger for inflammation and food is trigger for auto immunity, and for some people different foods can trigger this. And so that's the beginning. You know, that's the first piece that food will create disease or or health, right? And that's goes back to the original part of the user manual, how to eat how do we create health, and I hope that in the future western medicine begins to accept just that first premise not accepting any conceptions of which way to eat as the. Best people, but just accepting the food affects illness and disease that would be a huge improvement in western medicine because for most people they go to their doctor with bowel disease or Muniz. The doctor says food has nothing to do with this. So we're we're really far away from where we need to be. But you know, in this case I try to indictment years ago. It didn't work for me more recently. I heard these stories from Jordan Peterson Michaela Peterson. I'd heard about this diet. And I thought you know, what that is really interesting and this all hits really close to home for me because I see patients all the time. It don't get better. And I thought then it started to click, and I thought okay, maybe there's something to this could plans be triggering auto immunity for some people. Could this be the reason that a lot of this autumn unity is persisting, and they were not getting to the root of this because for some people if they eliminate processed food and sugar we've talked about this previously. I think that you can make a ladder here. You know, the first step for many people is eliminate processed food and sugar that is a huge that for many people that will result in massive massive improvements. But for some people they can go all the. Kito and paleo and they're still sick. They still have autoimmune disease, and it's that kind of situation. That's really interesting to me to think like what's the last step? You know, where does it all go? And does that give some indication of what might be a fundamental diet for human? So did you just use it as an yourself at first as you try patients? What what was the injury for you? I had to study on my cell. I got. So we're the things that you noticed initially positive negative. Oh, it was incredible. You know? No, it was it was essentially entirely positive with one caveat to that. I'll talk about in the first week that I did it. I actually had not done any ketogenic diets. So I did not want to do it from Akita genyk perspective. Because one of the things people say about a carnival diet is that the benefits are related to Kito service. And I didn't I wasn't thinking in that frame at the time. But I I purposely used Honey in the diet, but limited all plant products for the first in the first week that I was doing the diet limited all plan products and used Honey throughout the day because I didn't I how much Honey probably two to three tablespoons day. Why were you because I wanted to get my body some carbohydrates to prevent like a sudden push into Kito since I was not key to adapted got it out before. And I thought if I'm gonna cut it all plants. I just wanna see how feels with Honey I did not want to. I think I had a less deep understanding of key to Genesis and ketosis and what it would mean for my body at the time. And so I thought I wanna stay out. I wanted to kind of flirt with like low carb, moderate carbohydrate..

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Need fiber, you need fighter nutrients plants valuable for us in some unique way that when you hear people say you can or should or might be your optimal health by only eating animals. It's just there's a knee-jerk reaction. It's just like tapping somebody's knee with a reflex hammer, the knee jerk out, and you go that's ridiculous. And you know, it was kind of. But I heard about it from a friend, it planted a seed in my mind, and I thought. It's just kinda grew and shine Baker. I'm Russell June. Just mission force you to eat raw land lever. Lever? Sean Baker isn't a fan of lamb liver. But you know, I heard I heard Jordan Peterson on Joe Rogan and don't know Jordan Peterson is he's a psychologist from Canada. Who's really smart I and even he's not in the nutrition space, but in his personal life. He's in the political space, but in his personal life mentioned Joe Rogan that he had had great improvements in his own health after following a diet that his daughter was following and his daughters Michaela Peterson. And so my Kayla Peterson story is basically that she had juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, which is a fairly severe inflammatory autoimmune disease. That was quite billeting for her leading to at least one hip replacement significant joint formity, he's difficulty for even walking and like, depression and concurrence like yeah chill nece. And you know, what she discovered on her own or perhaps, you know, in in her own health journey and learning was that by eliminating plant foods, and I think she started with an extremely simple muscle. Diet, and then expanded to include organ meats, and more of a no Satele perspective. But what she discovered some pretty incredible health outcomes and resolution of many of these previously recalcitrant autoimmune conditions. It's really quite remarkable story, and then Jordan saw that and said, oh man like he didn't have quite as bad autumn unity. But clearly, it's probably genetic thing. This Lisa genetic predisposition. He had some issues I think he had some skin issues and some sleep apnea and some psychiatric issues perhaps anxiety or depression. Forget exactly what he noted fatigue. And when he simplified his diet and began eating a carnivorous diet. I think he also began with a fairly simple meat-based diet, and then expanded to include more organ meats in his diet. He had improvement in his symptoms pretty markedly, and as a physician when I heard this just it really kinda just just woke me up or it just it just really caught my attention to raise my eyebrows immediately. I thought that is incredible. Because you don't hear these stories much medicine. You know, you see people. I'm. Sure, you've seen this in your when you were working previously as a physician and all of I've talked to have similar experiences to mind where most of the people we don't get better, especially people with autoimmune inflammatory diseases. They don't get better. We're able to use disease modifying agents that affected the immune system. Negatively to quell, the inflammation. That's coming from the system, but very rarely are we actually able to change the course of the logic activation and really get to the root cause. And so to hear that people are able to reverse or halt or improve out of immune disease, which I would argue many diseases are and many diseases almost all chronic disease. I would argue as inflammatory autoimmune, and those are synonyms essentially when people get better from that, there's something valuable there, and that is worth studying, and that really caught my attention..

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Flexible dieting or intermittent fasting? You can pop in and out of these different things with great success, and you should be kinda mix and things up here. And they're also I think it's really important that people go through a process of having just periods of time where they just simply eat more and simply eat less. If you feel like you've been eating less for a while. And you've lost like twenty pounds congratulate yourself for a little while just for the next week or two to start to eat a little bit more. It's not a free pass to just go ahead, and do whatever you want. But why not just switch something up a little bit? Why not take that time? And so you know, what I wonder? I wonder how a bodybuilding diet would work for me. I wonder how the carnivore diet just give it a damn shot. Try something different. It's beautiful. There's a book out there. It's a business book. But it speaks to what you're talking about Mark. And it's I I might bought the name. That's what got you here won't get you there. And it's these steps going saying by Albert Einstein. Yeah. So I think you know, like you said, so if you did this diet to lose twenty pounds. If you wanna put on more muscle. It's going to be a little bit different. So it's it's really good to to think about that. And what I like to do, you know? So Sean Baker really big guy, very strong. Right. So again, he's moving a lot of way, I think he can rep five hundred as a monster. He's a monster is huge. Right. So so just because heat six pounds today at your five foot one hundred ten pounds soaking wet, you probably don't need that much meat. Right. So it's context and you need to consider their health conditions to if someone has auto-immune Aziz like Michaela Peterson. Right. Okay. If she has leaks like I just recommend she might flare up, and I don't want someone to flare up. Right. So you need to consider the the experts. Health issues their own biases their exercise strategy in their health goals. And then how does that align with yours? Right. So anytime, we do complex decision in business for life. You pros and cons. There's pros and cons to all these things. And it's it's different. Right. So I think that's important for people to understand who who are some of the people you follow because, you know, traditionally, you know, years ago, if you had a mentor somebody that like, you know, it'd be like a grandpa or be like, you know, somebody that you you met maybe through like, maybe it'd be a professor or something like that. But who are so many have some I've heard you mentioned a lot of other people. Do you have some people that you really like to follow online, and and and get some similar information from like marxists in or rob Wolfer some of these people. Yeah. So I would say I had like a man crush would be Peter at Tia. I really I had opportunity to interview him a few weeks ago. I know you've been on his pocket and some guy heat why not a bad man crush. He's saying he's super smart Reich. He considered smart. His ability to communicate complex. Ideas and make them into stories that you'll remember it. So now, it'd be someone that I kind of look up to and I admire people not just all brains either. He's you know, he physical needs to be a boxer. Yeah. Any fast? He does he seven day fast. You like how are you preserving that mass, man? That's impressive. Yeah. He's pretty good shape. Yeah. So yeah, I follow people in all different spaces, huge fan of STAN. He's been a longtime friend of yours. I love that video on Stor. You posted a video of like the best of like two thousand ten or something like last weekend. And he was hitting eight hundred. Yeah. Maze. Eating all those eggs and everything, but the workout. Yeah. Egg whites and eight jokes together and discussing. Yeah. I follow your work a lot..

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. CNN's chief medical correspondent here in the United States. The overall cancer rate is decreasing in men and stabilizing women. That's according to researchers at the American Cancer Society, but young adults ages twenty four to twenty nine arcing arise. Obesity related cancers colon and Dmitry gallbladder kidney Ankara, attic to name a few. This new studies lead author says his findings are warning for increased burden of obesity related cancer in the future saying that obesity is now potentially halting or reversing the progress. Achieved with cancer over the past several decades one colleges we spoke with from MD Anderson Cancer, Center said we know there are many factors that are associated with both of BCC and cancer such as a lack of exercise in poor diet. The next question we need to answer, though, how much to each of these factors contribute to cancer. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Helping you live a better life. Join be Peterson has a podcast with lectures, and interviews and his daughter Michaela. Peterson welcome Dr John Peterson. Forecasts again give you that long form out multiple hours. Turns out you guys have an attention span. Who would guessed it? The Jordan Peterson podcast with Michaela Peterson. Listen download. Owed for free at apple podcast, Google podcast, or wherever you get your audio on the Westwood One. Todd cash network. Message and data rates may apply. Individuals else may vary. Exclusions apply. But.

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Results that never Trump met with in two thousand sixteen. I should know. This is the Ben Shapiro show. This is Michael Savage of the Savage Nation podcast. There's nothing like it been the podcast university. How could they put Michael Savage? Right now at banana Republic factory you save big. Off the entire store clearance, DACA? Dresses, the promo starting in nineteen ninety nine thank store. Shop online only Republic factory. Message and data rates may apply. Please don't text while driving. If you've been in business more than twenty minutes, you've probably printed your logo on all kinds of promotional products. We all know logos work because they're on everything from the top skyscrapers to the bottom of shoes ever wondered why or how to best use your logo to grow your business Lennon show you today for free? We're four imprint promotional product experts at your service, we're giving away the latest issue of amplify the digital magazine that reveals promotional products success stories absolutely free to everyone who text kgo eight to eight eight nine eight. At four imprint we make your logo look perfect on thousands of promotional items with our one hundred percent guarantee. It'll be right. The first time on time. Every time you're free Zine will reveal invaluable insight. That can attract new customers, build your brand and grow your business. Get the latest issue of amplify absolutely free by texting kgo eight to eight eight nine eight eight that's G O eight to eight eight nine eight Julian b Peterson has a podcast with lectures, and interviews and his daughter Michaela Peterson fees. Welcome Dr John Peterson. Forecasts again give you that long form out multiple hours. Turns out you guys have an attention span. Who would have guessed it? The Jordan be Peterson podcast with Michaela Peterson. Listen download for free at apple podcast podcast or wherever you get your audio from the Westwood One network. With your Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute. I'm Jeff Olson calcium. Potassium iron and vitamin d all help to build a better body. Calcium plays an important role in our bones. Dietitian cates. Herat? Ski says there are more benefits to the nutrient that comes in milk, almonds, and leafy greens are very important in muscle contraction. And it helps control our blood pressure. Potassium is an electrolyte that also supports healthy muscles in blood pressure. And getting it is easy. If you eat more, fruits and vegetables, you're going to get more potassium if some of those vegetables or leafy greens, you'll be adding iron to beans meats and seafood or even better sources of the nutrients of iron in our in..

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Aw them to season two episode for the Jordan Peterson podcast. I'm Michaela Peterson. Dr Peterson's daughter and collaborator today. We're presenting a conversation between dad and cure, the dawn, a British artist musician and DJ and originator of new musical sub genre meaning wave also known as low fi meaning wave mixes music spoken contact Dr from dad as well as other popular thinkers such as Jaakko willing currently number one on the low fi charts. Terence McKenna and Alan watts. Welcome to the Jordan Peterson podcast, dad. Why did you want to talk with your? I've been following the work that occur has been doing for about a year. I think you introduced to me actually are found out about him somehow on YouTube, and he was this interesting and idiosyncratic person who was producing music of John that I wasn't familiar with that mixed spoken word with well with back. Around music, and it was it's like a version of hip-hop. Although a very calm version. I would say, and he sent it to me or I stumbled across it. And I kind of kept an eye on it because I was interested to see if people would respond to that combination of spoken word save for my lectures and music, and he seemed to be serious about what he was doing. And he seemed to be doing a good job. And so that'd be following firm about a year, and he seems to becoming more popular by all appearances. So I thought it was a good time to talk to him to find out what he's up to. He just released something called forty two rules for life. He'd asked me for an audio audio recording of all the forty two rules that I had written originally for core of from which my book twelve rules from life and the next book as well have been derived. And so that was another reason why. A good time to talk to because he just really stepped this week. And I thought it had gone pretty well. You know, and he's a peculiar and interesting person. And so it's always entertaining to talk to someone who's creative and original in a way that you wouldn't expect carrier. How super open? Yeah. He's that's right. And and you know, he's he's trying to make a living doing something that no one else is making a living out and he's getting enough downloads on Spotify and other. What other venues for distribution of music to to continue with his work when we return dad's conversation with DJ, a cure the dawn. I'm gonna tell you guys about express VPN use it to encrypt my data. I'm not paranoid. But better safe than sorry. Right. You may think that no one wants your data or that. Hackers. Can't grab your passwords or credit card details, but it isn't true stealing data from unsuspecting people on public WI fi is one of the simplest and cheapest ways for hackers to make money. I work at cafes all the time. And that's a prime area to grab people's information. Express VPN secures an anonymous as your internet browsing by encrypting your data and hiding your public IP address. So you can be sneaky induce sneaky things. Just kidding. I chose express VPN because it's rated the number one VPN service by tech radar. It runs in the background on an apple and the same account can be used for your phone..

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"And then, you know, over the course of time, I just seen this really interesting process. People like Michaela Peterson amber o'hearn, a number of people that had serious either autoimmune conditions neurological issues gut problems, they did everything else and literally like the last rock it would appear that was left to turnover was trying to carnivore approach and there's a couple of different. It rations of it. There's kind of the what I call the one cut carnivore, which is kind of the Michaela Peterson deal where she's figured out that lake rib is soul in waters, kind of her her thing. And if she deviates too far from that, she has problems amber eats fish shellfish in oval in snout detail, and all that other different iterations of Mikhail, not even any organ meats or anything like that. Because they cost issues with auto conditions. They seem to concentrate shoe jet deviating out of that that one cut into who's the gal that's been doing this for carnivores for twenty years. She just turned forty six. I'm totally blanking on her name. It'll it'll come to super good look like super tractive woman. Good on she figured out. The rib is writ like it had the fat level that kept her going. She has a couple of rib is a day. This is what she's done for twenty years. She's played with other cuts. They don't work as well. She doesn't feel as well. A legit concern around that is you know, what? Does this mean for the gut microbiome we really don't know on the one hand the work from like Sonnenburg lab where they're doing all this amazing work with the Hudson. The American pop the American project in the human gut project it suggests that having a really diverse gut microbiome is super important for health. But then when you have folks did have maybe been on a lifetime antibiotics may be multigenerational EPA genetic changes to antibiotics in who knows what other stuff they just don't seem to do well with fermentable carbs in into this where like specific hydrate diet, Kita genyk, diet, autoimmune paleo diet seem to help a lot of people in it. It looks like carnivore could just crush autoimmune paleo in its efficacy in I say that with a little bit of pain because the person that coined the term auto in daily originally, but there's just kind of a reality that for a lot of people. It I wouldn't recommend. It you go to carnivore as your first stop for health problems performance. But if you've kind of tinkered with everything else in in particular have significant problems like auto, immunity, gut health or neurological conditions, it seems like the, you know, something like this carnivore diet could be really powerful in something isn't well, explain it. I got to talk to Erica Sonnenburg at a conference recently. And she had just given this amazing talk on the the human gut microbiome, and I was like, oh man, and you don't my fiber intake, but I down with her like, hey, talk to me about Ilyasova meets like when people have all of the real estate associated with that fermentation process with the gut microbiome, it's gone. They don't have they don't own that real estate anymore. They don't have a coal, and they may not have colon in large intestine, and these people live as long in healthy as everybody else. Does. So this is kind of a perplexing thing. Like on the one hand do think that under optimum conditions, people should be really robust. We should be able to eat like the nutritional quivalent of tin can in just like grinded up and turn it into energy and enthrall, and I think that that is kind of the human default norm. But because of a huge number of factors. We may not be there or we may not be able to get back to their. So then what we do in a, you know, this is where I think that that carnivore intervention can be really interesting against one. Final concern that people have raised this concern around nutrient deficiencies nutrient deficiencies, if the person is is improperly fed in general manifest pretty quickly, particularly a vitamin c in the form of scurvy on some b vitamin deficiencies can take much much longer manifest like this. I think some of the problem that occurs within the vegan..

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"That fructose is probably more of the culprit in gal than meet now could someone who has high-fructose diet or insulin resistance, which is again rearing its ugly. Head gear could someone who has insulin resistance precipitated gown attacked by eating meat. Yes. But is it the meat or is it the insulin resistance is pretty similar to the audio. If you give your body Purina's, which are molecules in meet that get broken down into Iraq acid, and you're not clearly uric acid, well, or your biochemistry is disordered because of insulin resistance were toast. You may precipitate gout does that mean that meet causes gout? No may does not seem to cause gal. And so in in the patients at worked with who have had gout, we won't be alcohol, and we eliminate fructose. And we control insulin resistance may no longer causes account flair. But this is so cool because the karma died challenge. So many of these long held attritional things. So so yeah, me mind uric acid was so low like alone normally three and a half pounds of me, and it's clearly more complex equations. I would challenge if someone has gone my listening this if you're eating fructose of any kind and fructose is also sucrose table sugar is fructose glucose, but if you're eating fructose if you have insulin resistance when she can measure, you can measure, insulin resistance, dislike fascinates Lynn or eliminate when cer glucose or the mentors or reading alcohol. Let's give it to those things. And then we'll then we'll talk about gap. You know, I know like when I was a kid, you know, I would experience acne here, and they're just like just like any other teenager. But I kind of think like when I'm going around and I'm going to start. Box and I'm going to some of these coffee shops. And I see some of these young men and women I feel like man everyone's scan is just like at all time worse. I'm seeing girls with makeup piled up. Sorry, ladies, I'm seeing girls that make up just piled up on top of you on the makeup's probably causing some of these issues in the first place. But do you feel that like some people say, there's no magical diet or there's no magic from the carnivore dire. There's no magic from Akita genyk diet, and I used to kind of buy into that. I use to kind of say, you know, you're right. I guess they're all kind of similar like as long as you as long as you quite for some sort of control over the foods that you eat you could probably lose weight. Now, I'm starting to be in total disagreement of that. Because I'm seeing too many people get healed there. You know, the these these problems that they have are going away. He's and it's and it's many problems and these are severe problems depression, anxiety, acne eggs, Emma, gal, all kinds of things are happening from from diet. But I'm starting to see it be more overwhelming from guys like Dr Baker whose recording a lot of this guys like yourself. It just I'm sorry to think God damn, you know, what this is magical like some of what's going on here. This can this is undeniable and maybe just eating meat. Maybe that's not where the actual magic is. Maybe maybe the introduction of getting rid of a lot of other stuff is where the magic is. And then maybe reintroduce some things. But what what do you think's going on with with with with what's going on with? You know, do you think that this kind of diet can help somebody who's got acne? Do you think it can help with? I think you had eggs among you shared that before what kind of diet like this do and what's it done for you? Yeah. So this is this is probably the coolest part of it. You know, he will. Listen to job in her. You know Michaela Peterson story. Jordan Peterson story. Sean Cami heels, which is awesome compendium of this kind of stuff. You know? I think that I suppose to the Ottawa news thing in the idea that for a lot of people the removal of plants seems to create significant improvement in what we could term autoimmune issues, you know, this is kind of what I was saying earlier that I really believe that there is a big section of autoimmune disease.

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"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"michaela peterson" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"And so once you go very baseline level of amount to something. You don't have over diseases, but you'll have your body can't recover from Dina splits as well. You body can't recover from micro things is much like it's not like vitamin seat is one thing in your body. It prevents you from getting scurvy nuts. It it is hundreds of thousands of things same thing with all my nutrients, and so once you get a very tiny level above RDA sometimes or even like close to that you print a lot of disease over disease that's very measurable directly. But you sell you short and everything that it could be doing some accents. Yeah. So you like you're taking away the immediate risk. But you're not giving yourself enough to thrive. And so I would rather thrive long-term. So I wanna make sure that I'm having as much of a lot of these things as possible. It's like, yeah. Livers, the most micronutrient dense thing, of course, we've talked about that many times. But does it cover every single micrometer that you need? No. Does it very skewed thing. One representation reckoning it. So this is something where like your body has a reserve of these migra nutrients, and then it'll be depleted as time goes for a lot of nutrients, that's the case. And so when vegan switch over to of union diet, and they feel great for a while. But don't supplement b twelve vitamin b deficiencies sometimes can not show up for two three four five six years in so same thing with things with carnivore die. It's like we we are still far from knowing around potentially long-term where it's like if you want to short-term, totally fine. Also, if you're a point where like Michaela Peterson or like who some of these other people who like literally are dying unless they do it. And I know some people like that like this is the k out rather. Like if you can remove excruciating pain depression in maybe have a long-term nutritional deficiency and something like probably trade off. But if you use a general dude who wants to eat meat like you, can you can eat a lot of me fine. But like, adding some stuff like put in some some micro greens. Like, this is what I do avocados like adds some nuts and seeds like rounded out a little bit. I notice you tinker with your plant intake like sometimes you do a huge dose of microns powder. What's been been your best for plant intake as amount of days of starting amount of volume? Yeah, I think it depends for like how feeling honestly I think that it's a lot of convenience love. It's just kind of listen to my body wants. And so for instance, I was not working out as hard when were traveling at hotel gyms that it was gone for. Month back hit a hard workout yesterday. Woke up today. Like I need to eat a steak now. I knew I needed meat. And you know that feeling to win your body's craving a salad. I've out that. Yeah. Exactly. It's hard to be into your body. Man, you eating real food. Like, this is one of the things like. It's tough. It's like I want people sometimes go extreme because they will then of recalibrate back at a certain point. But if you just going from a standard American diet, you don't need to go all the way to the extreme. Sometimes the best first step in any nutrition plan is real food. And if you're vegan if you're carnivore if you're whatever like eating.

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