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"That's compelling. Brian, let me ask you really quickly, some macro pictures. What's the inflationary picture look like to you? Not just in terms of hiring, but what shipping, what do you have to pay in excess? What do you think the numbers is going to be this year? Well, right now, I think it's one of the uncertain factors that we're looking at. Inflation has been very stubborn. Sitting here today, it's down from the highest rates, but inflation is still a factor in the business. It's still impacting consumer and their spending. So we've got to watch that really carefully. But it's impacting costs. It's still impacting transportation, and we're still far away from a more normalized environment. And let me just ask you broadly, theft, shrinkage as a problem for the retail industry at large. The I think it was a Walgreens across the street that is now shut down because you can't keep anything in stock. People walk in and steal it, rip it off. How big of a problem is that for target? Well, for the industry, I think NRF has talked about the fact that it's close to a $100 billion issue. As I think about it, it's less about the financials. It's much more about safety. The safety of the guests who's shopping at our stores, the safety of our team. So we're very active at the national level at the state and local level to make sure steps are being taken to curtail these issues. But there's a financial component to that. But what I worry about most is the safety of our team and our guests. And that's where we focus. And what is the financial component? Well, we talked about it in the past. It's material for us. It's hundreds of millions of dollars. And we've got to manage that carefully. That's also something we factored into our guidance as we said here today. Okay. Brian, I want to thank you very much for being with us. Cheese will be next. Coming up, Goldman Sachs, CEO meets the Wall Street community in the company's annual investor day. He'll join Andrew Ross Sorkin for a candid conversation.
"nrf" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We have a concept called merge in transit. So primarily what it means is none of these networks, they're all push networks. When you actually buy something, you're pushing a package to Tim's doorstep. The quiet platforms, which is a facility close to where you lived him, is able to take packages which are all here to your door and then give it to one carrier so that one carrier delivers to your door in one box. And that's essentially what we are building out right now. If you listen to cattle, you know, she talked about it in a second quarter earnings earnings call. She said, the cost of last mile to your door Tim is $5 and 50 cents on cost basis. The next package she delivers to your door is 60 cents more. Yeah. Okay, so Carol, I'm going to jump in here because I'm seeing this too with Uber, for example, an Uber eats. If you order something on Uber eats, they say, okay, you have X number of minutes to add something to your order from CVS, for example. Which is along the way, and I'm not using the names correctly, but it totally makes sense because that incremental cost to get that thing to your door. Right. Is cheap? And imagine, right? You have, in the last ten years, if you revolve the time back and look at it like what ten years was like, you had probably one package from one carrier delivered to your door. Now you have ten packages coming from ten different people, but ten different carriers showing up at your door. With only got about 40 seconds left here. So what's key in making this work? Like I get it. So what is it that you have to have just a ton of people buy in and help support the infrastructure or what? Yes. This is like, I will put it in the words of what the NRF president told. This is going to be a game changing. What we are trying to do is going to be game changing because it brings sharing economy to a whole new level at the physical and the digital level. Almost sounds like the airline industry in the hubs of like I order a bunch of things, okay? And it all goes to Atlanta. And it's put into one little box, and then it goes out to me. I was just a manifestation of collaboration, but even if you don't put it in one box, but if all the packages which are headed goes to one carrier, you still get the efficiency that delivery provider. That shaker Natasha and executive vice president and chief supply chain officer at American Eagle. Still to come on Bloomberg businessweek, the pursuit of sleep. It's the subject of our pursuit section this week. I feel like that's my life. I feel like it's both my and my husband's life. You're not alone, and that's why a lot of money goes into this. Oh my God, from smart rings, sleepbuds, and sauna blankets to pillow menus and the jet sets best tips for no jet lag. All the tricks on getting a good night's sleep. Some really fun advice from Joe Malone, who makes a lovely perfumes and her advice is to keep herself active. So get off the plane, go do something. Go to a spa or even go to Joanne Reid. Get
"nrf" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now you have ten packages coming from ten different people, but ten different carriers showing up at your door. We've only got about 40 seconds left here. So what's key in making this work? Like I get it. So what is it that you have to have just a ton of people buy in and help support the infrastructure or what? Yes. This is like, I will put it in the words of what the NRF president told. This is going to be a game changing. What we are trying to do is going to be a game changing because it brings sharing economy to a whole new level at the physical and the digital level. Almost sounds like the airline industry in the hubs of like I order a bunch of things, okay? And it all goes to Atlanta. And it's put into one little box, and then it goes out to me. Box is just a manifestation of collaboration, but even if you don't put it in one box, but if all the packages which are headed goes to one carrier, you still get the efficiency that delivery provider. That shaker Natasha and executive vice president and chief supply chain officer at American Eagle. Still to come on Bloomberg businessweek, the pursuit of sleep. It's the subject of our pursuit section this week. I feel like that's my life. I feel like it's both my and my husband's life. You're not alone, and that's why a lot of money goes into this. Oh my God, from smart rings, sleepbuds, and sauna blankets to pillow menus and the jet sets best tips for no jet lag. All the tricks on getting a good night's sleep. Some really fun advice from Joe Malone, who makes a lovely perfumes and her advice is to keep herself active, so get off the plane, go do something, like go to a spa or even go to Joanne Reid
"nrf" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The next package she delivers to your door is 60 cents more. Okay, so Carol, I'm going to jump in here because I'm seeing this too with goober, for example, in Uber eats. If you order something on Uber eats, they say, okay, you have X number of minutes to add something to your order from CVS, for example. Which is along the way, and I'm not using the names correctly, but it totally makes sense because that incremental cost to get that thing to your door is cheap. And imagine, right? You have, in the last ten years, if you revolve the time back and look at it like what ten years was like, you had probably one package from one carrier delivered to your door. Now you have ten packages coming from ten different people, but ten different carriers showing up at your door. We've only got about 40 seconds left here. So what's key in making this work? Like I get it. So what is it that you have to have just a ton of people buy in and help support the infrastructure or what? Yes. This is like, I will put it in the words of what the NRF president told. This is going to be a game changing. What we are trying to do is going to be game changing because it brings sharing economy to a whole new level at the physical and the digital level. The airline industry and the hubs of like I order a bunch of things, okay? And it all goes to Atlanta. And it's put into one little box, and then it goes out to me. It was just a manifestation of collaboration, but even if you don't put it in one box, but if all the packages which are headed goes to one carrier, you still get the efficiency that delivery provider. That supply chains. If you shake her. And if we just put it all in metaverse and just buy metaverse things. I have my own theory about metaverse for sure. You still need the physical world to execute on it. Come back real soon. Shake her not a rajon. Executive EP, chief supply chain officer over to maric eagle
"nrf" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"Their 30 day satisfaction guarantee, and you'll either love it or you get your money back. So that's peak life dot com spelled pi E, LIFE dot com slash DR JO CK ERS and use the coupon code doctor jockers for a complimentary gift and 5% off. Yeah, and that's interesting that you talked about that study. I know that ashwagandha has been shown, which is in the soothing adaptogen blend in metabolic reds, has been shown to support youthful telomeres by increasing telomerase by up to 45%. And we know that, you know, I know much of my audience has heard of ashwagandha. It's commonly referenced when it comes to mood, energy, mental stamina, just better brain function, less anxiety, it's very good for improving positive mood. So if somebody is dealing with depression or sadness, it's great for helping support good sleep. So that's all built in there and really supports telomerase activity as well. And going back to farmers markets and eating locally, I know out here where I'm at in Atlanta right now in September, we have muscadine grapes. And my family and we have a huge vines. We've been getting muscadine grapes. And I wanted to do a little research because I'm like, I wonder what musket and grapes, like what are their top nutrients? They're not as sweet. They're more sour than your typical store bought grapes. And I found that they're one of the richest sources of oleic acid. Yeah, resveratrol. And anthocyanins, which all help protect against oxidative stress, stimulate certain pathways in the mitochondria. I know a leg at acid actually helps stimulate my in the enterocytes in the intestines. We were talking about that one cell and how important it is that we keep that one cell lining of the gut, healthy and stress resilient. Well, the healthier the mitochondria are in those enterocytes, the more stress resilient that gut lining is, the leg acid is one of the most important nutrients we get it from things like pomegranate, is rich in oleic acid, strawberries, raspberries, muscadine grapes are right up there close to pomegranate as a source of allegic acid. So what a great find. That's great. And it's going to backyard. And again, there will only be there for a season. And so why you got them? That's awesome. Yeah, yeah. So yeah, again, trying to get those colors in, eating locally, I think that's so important, supporting your farmers markets, getting a diverse array of those types of colors. I know for myself, just some of my staple polyphenol rich foods, again, extra virgin, high polyphenol extra virgin olive oil, get the healthy fats, get the polyphenols. I also love dark chocolate. Are you a dark chocolate fan? Absolutely. So dark chocolate, trying to minimize the sugar because we know sugar is going to really damage metal contra telomere activity. So we don't want the high sugar chocolate, but as minimal sugar as possible. I like like an 85% dark chocolate. It's just got like a tiny bit of sweetness. Tastes great, but there's tons of polyphenols in the chocolate. Yeah. And even like a really this morning I started out with an organic blend of just an espresso that I sipped on for about a half hour. And so those things that can get coffee. So coffee has got chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid. Yeah, blood sugar supportive. Those are, again, polyphenols that coffee has been shown to help improve insulin resistance, support blood sugar metabolism, support the gut microbiome. So yeah, a lot of great benefits there. You know what else is interesting with coffee, it actually coffee slows down the CYP a one two enzyme in the liver, which you think that might be bad because that's kind of the phase one cytochrome P450 enzyme, which starts kind of the liberty toxification. But one of the benefits of that, a lot of people have fast phase one and slow phase two, right? So they're already starting to the deactivation process of toxins too quickly anyways, which can be a beneficial if they slightly slow it down, but it also increases the melatonin half life. It slows down the breakdown of melatonin, which keeps it more elevated in the system, and so that could have a mitochondrial regenerative effect as well. Yeah, definitely. I mean, you know, your point about melatonin across the board is really super important. I mean, most people think of it as, oh, something that you take at a small milligram to help you get to sleep, not great at helping you stay asleep, but it's so important as an antioxidant. And the studies in different disease processes, especially in cancer at larger doses, are super important. But once again, as we age, does decrease, but melatonin IC tanking earlier and earlier and earlier for folks. So can we give supplemental melatonin? And of course. But do we want to understand why that melatonin is plummeting so soon for folks. And that's the identifying treating the cause because then we can help other processes as people hopefully grow healthier and have that quality of life to match it as far as longevity is concerned. For sure. And so we started talking about the metabolic reds. I know you got four super food blends in the metabolic reds. And it's super easy to take. I mean, it's just scooping water. It's red, it tastes great, like my kids, every time I drink it, my kids are like, can I have a sip? Can I have some of that? So they love it. They're like, oh, his daddy's red drink. And they all want to have some as well. So of course I'm sharing it with them too. What was the inspiration behind that? Tell me more about some of the super foods and nutrients that you guys put in there. So you know, one of the things that I love about pure health research is that everything is backed by science. So it's super easy for me to talk on behalf of the science that, you know, it's basically taking plant to pill. And so when and when they go to develop a product, it's almost like scanning the environment out there as far as our healthcare system right now and looking at where there's trends and looking at where there's deficiencies and problems. And then putting together something that's going to help and fix it. And so as you and I talked about with longevity and biological aging, we think about the mitochondria talked about telomeres and we talked about the microbiome. And so with the evidence, you put together this synergistic combination ingredient. So synergistic like one plus one equals ten, right? You're getting support for each sort of arm of these sort of aging clocks that these biological aging clocks. And I think that's how I've seen them think through things and then source the ingredients that are at the right dosages. And as clean and the quality, you know, I'm interrupting myself, but one of my mentors, I love this, she says, it's not the food, right? Because everybody is like, wait, I have to eat gluten free or I can't eat dairy or it's not the food, it's what we've done to it. That is one of the issues why we're asking people to avoid certain things. So quality of food is something that I preach all the time, right? So I could put together an incredible meal plan. But if I don't emphasize, you know, like when you're talking about olive oil, like organic cold pressed high polyphenol rich olive oil. So that is what's important. And that's what I see pure health research doing, then after seeing the science and digging through the research that sourcing the ingredients that make sense, but there are high quality and the key for me being a consultant and natural product industry is at an appropriate dose that's going to not just have a label claim. It's going to have a body claim. And that is something that I really, I really appreciate. Yeah, it's super important. We call that the clinically effective dose, right? So a lot of people will put very small amounts of different highly touted super foods, but it's such a small dose. It's not going to really move the needle because with a lot of these things, you've got to hit a certain threshold with the active components in there in order to really make a physiological difference. And a lot of people are not doing that in the supplement industry. Unfortunately, because it saves them money and they can still say that these nutrients, they could still use marketing claims behind the nutrients. And so that is a great thing about metabolic reds and how they do that. And I was interested, you know, when I was looking at this product when you guys sent it over to me, I really like the organic red fruit blend. It's got 23 different organic fruits, got blueberry, bilberry, cranberry. A lot of us are eating berries, but we're eating like three different berries. Like in my house, we get blueberries. We get BlackBerries, raspberries sometimes. I love strawberries. It's my favorite berry. So in a week, we may have like four different types of berries, but this has got 23 different fruits, got a whole bunch of different types of berries. I mean, I'm not eating cranberries all the time, right? So all of these cranberries are also very rich in oleic acid as well, kind of the more sour, like think about pomegranates, kind of the astringent type of flavor to it. Same thing with the muscadine grapes. So a lot of people actually don't like Musk and I grapes or cranberries that astringent quality to it. But again, that's the oleic acid that's in there, which is so powerful for stimulating mitophagy in the microbiome, but I love that red fruit blend. You got the soothing adaptogen blend with ashwagandha. You got things like kind of stema in there, which is great for blood sugar stability. Yeah, you guys have the probiotic blend, so there's probiotics, particularly bifidobacterium, lactobacillus, which are the most well studied, most research based bacteria, probiotic strains of bacteria that you've got in there. And the digestion enhancing enzyme playing. Most people need to support their enzymes. Again, we're eating so quickly on the go. We're not taking the time to really break down digest or food well and especially as people age. We know the research is pretty clear that people age, their production of stomach acid is going down, their production of pancreatic enzymes, bile goes down. So they actually get less nutrient assimilation from their food. And when they eat, they actually create more metabolic stress and inflammation, right? That actually eating itself creates this inflammatory process, especially when we don't have the right digestive juices like enzymes. So supporting our enzymes with supplements can be really, really helpful in that process. Yeah. And it's pretty powerful product just because all of those levers working together from just a metabolic health perspective and metabolic health is kind of where exactly these days. And so it's just one of those hacks, please, I beg people go ahead and try to make these dietary and lifestyle interventions that we have suggested and make sure that maybe just a little, once every a little change every week, do something different every week. Eat a little bit more nutritiously every week. Do something small. But if you need to, like I said, supplement your lifestyle. Yeah, for sure. And you guys have a special offer to for my audience. You guys can check it out. So you could try it for yourself. It's get reds, just GET, RE DS dot com slash jockers. And what they do is that when you buy the metabolic reds, they give you a metabolic greens as well. So you know you're getting more polyphenols, you get, I know there's green tea in the metabolic reds, so you get the catechins that are so supportive for mitochondrial health. For the NRF two pathway that really ramps up our body's defense against oxidative stress in there. Of course they got all kinds of greens and single cell algae and stuff like that. So you can try both of those out. And I've been very impressed with them. I think, you know, I've tried a lot of different greens, powders, reds powders, but metabolic pure health research, which is actually the name of the company. That makes metabolic reds. Excellent job on this. That's why I'm happy to endorse them for my audience here. Great. Well, thank you so much. Yeah, I have a blast working on behalf of them and I feel like what they do from start to finish and thinking things all the way through that clinical dosage has always been so important to me correct labeling, not using any excipients that are unnecessary, clean products. It's just it's a good company, period. Yeah, so good. So this has been a great interview. Doctor Lucille, and we talked about the three biological clocks. So just for review guys, we talked about the microbiome, how critical that is to support and some of the best things we can do. We talked about intermittent fasting or caloric restriction in general, but just giving your body time to rest and heal, right? Too much metabolic or too much mechanical stress, just the actual physical process of eating the food can really stress our gut and taking time between the meals actually really helps trim and support our microbiome. Also getting a lot of polyphenols in there. We talked about that as well for this. And then we also talked about telomeres and how important telomeres are as far as really understanding how our DNA is aging, how our genes are aging and how adaptogens like ashwagandha can be really important for that as well as polyphenols really support that as well. And then we talked about microbiome and I'm sorry, mitochondria right now important mitochondria are and polyphenols are very supportive melatonin. We talked about with that. There's a lot of M alliteration going on there. Like exactly. Metabolic. That's right, that's right. A lot of different stuff like that. So yeah, probiotics, enzymes. So hopefully you guys got a lot out of this podcast here. I know we touched on a lot of different topics. And doctor Lucille, where can people learn more about you and follow you? I don't know if you have social media, or in a little bit of a transition right now. So I do have a scrub down website that'll just give you a little bit about my background. There's really no way to contact me at this point in time. I'm getting a few new landing pages that will kind of point people in the right direction. But my website is doctor Holly Lucille dot com. DR Holly Lucille dot com. Thank you. And we'll have that in the show notes and thank you so much, doctor Lucia. We'll have to have you back on for a follow-up podcast down the road. Thanks for all your time. And any last words of inspiration for our audience here. You know, I think that well, first of all, keep listening to you because you give such great tidbits, nuggets, digestible as they are for folks. So that's my one. And then two, I think my phrase for the podcast is supplement your lifestyle. You know, there's a lot going on out there. And one of the things that I've always come up with is like, hey, when somebody comes to see me, they're usually quote unquote in debt with their health, right? Well, how do you get out of debt? You get out of debt by making more deposits over your withdrawals over time, right? So now there's always going to be automatic withdrawals. And we know that now, right? We know that our soil is depleted of nutrients. That food that we think is good is growing in, right? So it's nutrient deficient, even if we think we're doing a good job. So I just think, you know, hey, supplement
"nrf" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Group. They didn't provide any more information. They did say it is unrelated to financial performance or strategic direction. As a result, Adrian Lewis, who is currently the financial controller, he's been appointed acting group chief executive sorry, acting group chief financial officer. The shares are down about 1.5%. I'm afraid no more information there. No more available. Okay, we'll keep tracking that one. What about AstraZeneca? I think remember we caught up with AstraZeneca. Didn't we at the CBI conference and that was very much a conversation all about investment and how you incentivize investments into R&D, what's the news flow this morning? Exactly. Well, of course, you're so right at AstraZeneca there are indeed department is so important for especially when it comes to developing drugs and having a strong drug pipeline. What they have done this morning is that they've announced a deal with an aim listed company. It's called C four X discovery holdings. Now that deal is worth up to 402 $1 million for C four X so quite an important deal for that company. It's licensing what is called the NRF two activator program and it's all to do with inflammatory diseases. Now AstraZeneca will develop drugs using this program focusing on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease inflammatory and respiratory diseases as we said, it's really important just for these massive pharma companies to continue their drug pipeline coming through, boosting their revenue boosting their earnings. Their shares are flat this morning. Okay, and looking ahead then results coming up from EasyJet. Yes, exactly. So we've heard a lot from the airlines over the last couple of months. EasyJet has been particularly interesting or it is particularly interesting at least because they said that they won't be making a full year profit this year. They said actually they're going to be making a full year pre-tax loss of about a 170 million to a 190 million pounds. Now, there are multiple factors that are outweighing and balancing everything in the aviation sector, but one of the things which is really, really acute is that they seem to be impacted by almost everything that's going on. You have the cost of living crisis on one hand, impacting how much disposable income people have to spend on things like holidays and then you also have rising costs for things like aviation fuel, wages, everything else that comes with your EasyJet flight as well. And then they've also got staff shortages and they've been struggling, especially at the beginning of this year to recruit as many staff as they need in order to service this really strong summer that they had. But they did have a very strong summer. So the final result will be particularly interesting to look at as I said previously, they have said it will be a loss, but we'll also be looking very closely for any sign of what they expect for next year. And that's going to be more interesting, especially when the cost of living crisis is starting to really set in and really impact people's incomes and people will be deciding whether or not they will be having an international holiday if they are going to be taking those flights. Interesting on this staff shortages point, I see that last week that they are now calling on over 45 year olds to apply for cabin crew, jobs, as they're appealing to empty nesters, who are looking for a midlife career to tell my parents. And I was just more thinking, I'm going to add that to my list for when I inevitably I'm bumped off at the end of some show for having said something. Stupid about a tiny cake. Good to have a backup plan. Exactly. Honestly. Well, I'm going to be speaking tomorrow to the CEO of EasyJet. We'll be talking to Johan dungan on Bloomberg TV, no doubt will keep playing some of the comments that he has around the themes that you mentioned there Charles when it comes to just how much the cost of living issues are sticking to the business, how available our staff right now, where are they seeing demand and where are they not seeing demand? All of these things will be part of that conversation. Tomorrow, so thank you very much for putting that on our radar. Charles cape, with the London rush for more on these stories, read the London Russian Bloomberg dot com, and of course on the Bloomberg terminal. Coming up next on daybreak, Europe. We will be getting back to our conversation around the market to be joined by Jacob Mitchell chief investment officer at antibody's partners as we are looking, of course, at that continued sell off on European shares. The stock 600 down by half of 1% of the 4100 down by 7 tenths as we are 40 minutes into the trading day. We'll have a full market update for you in just a moment and we'll be discussing all of the themes that are moving markets with Jacob
"nrf" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"Is about as close to being a brain tonic as you could look for wonderful correlated studies going back at least a quarter century by Martha Clare Morris with respect to DHA blood levels and dementia risk. Interventional trials now are proving how important DHA is. I mentioned earlier that DHA or maybe I didn't. Augments BDNF production, it is highly represented in the brain and specifically in the cell membrane, so we need DHA. We don't make DHA to any significant degree from precursors. So we would call it therefore essential, at least I'll call it an essential fatty acid and EFA. And can be obtained from fish, marine forms, like marine algae, for example, and therefore that would be a vegetarian source for those who want to maintain being vegetarian. So I put B vitamins, vitamin D, DHA, as really critical. Now, if I have two more slots to fill, I would probably say that a good prebiotic fiber supplement would be on the list. This is the type of fiber like from Acacia tree or baobab tree. That nurtures our gut bacteria. We know that gut bacteria are playing a really important role in overall health certainly. Metabolic health certainly and brain health as well. So everything we can do to nurture our gut bacteria, I think should be considered. So let's add prebiotic fiber to the list. Beyond that, you know, in position 5, it's a tie. I think we'll give the will give tied to hard to say, gosh. Because there's so many new things that we want to think about. Like, what are your thoughts on magnesium for the past? Is this going to say magnesium, specifically for brain health, threonine, but magnesium is in my box, I will tell you one of my top supplements is magnesium. There are many forms out there, and the truth is you just want to do what it takes to raise your intracellular magnesium level. I think there is merit to resveratrol to NAD precursors, whether it's nicotinamide riboside or nicotinamide mononucleotide. I do my very best to augment within my body, something called sulforaphane. There are supplements out there that are kind of precursors to it's easier for me to take a supplement, but we do eat a lot of broccoli sprouts as well. That's really very important. It's kind of another discussion that we'll have at another time as we talk about what's called the NRF two pathway. But I think we've mentioned quite a bit lipoic acid coins and ten things that people can be considering. But you know, I would say that guidance from a trained individual in terms of what would be the personalized medicine approach for somebody in terms of what they would need a based upon their lab work and family history, et cetera, would be probably a better recommendation. Yeah. Yeah, it makes sense. Now, what are the, let's say the top 5 foods you think about when it comes to overall brain health that you're consuming on a regular basis. I'd say fish is on the list, kale for me, broccoli, olive oil. Broccoli sprouts too. So we'll throw some sprouts and broccoli sprouts. I don't know if you're going to consider that a supplement or a food. Well, we'll include that with the broccoli. Okay. Olive oil. Yeah. And for me, I'm going to reach here.
"nrf" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"All with an a, stimulates intestinal cell, mitophagy, where the intestinal cells will actually break down old damage, mitochondria, and rebuild them. A Lake of castle is one of the greatest stimulators of that. And again, the best sources are things like pomegranate, raspberries, strawberries, red, these things all have red, a Lake acid. Anthocyanins, like I've talked about, so they can come in a variety of shades. They can be a reddish shade, a purple bluish shade. So you think about things like purple cabbage, red onions, rich in anthocyanins, resveratrol. We see that in purple and blue, right? So resveratrol you're going to find in your grapes, your grape skin dark, red, grape skins, blueberries have resveratrol. You can also find resveratrol actually in dark chocolate, believe it or not as well. Green. So when we look about green, we think about things like lutein and zeaxanthin. So, for example, avocados are a source of lutein and zeaxanthin, and you'll find that in spinach, kale, different things like that. We also think about EGCG or catechins, epiglottis, catechin, and that's in green tea. We also think about things like sulforaphane, right? We find that in broccoli sprouts or broccoli in general and our different cruciferous vegetables. Isothiocyanates in our different cruciferous vegetables. We know 69% of Americans don't get enough green. We know that 76% of Americans don't get enough purple and blue. And the purple benefits are good for your heart, right? So we're talking about resveratrol, anthocyanins, great for your brain, great for your arteries. Whenever I think about resveratrol, I think about kind of the outer skin, and that's so good for the endothelial lining of the blood vessels, right? It really helps with helping the body have better oxygen delivery to the cells. We also have to think about white. It's not as colorful. However, white also has a lot of powerful compounds. We think about allicin, which is in the garlic family. Quercetin, which we can find in onions. For example, in doles and glucosinolates and also the EGCG, right? The epiglottic detections are also can be found in white foods. Yellow and orange foods, we find things like alpha carotene, beta carotene, there's more lutein and zeaxanthin. This is sweet potatoes, pumpkins, carrots, hesperidin, which is a citrus bioflavonoid that we find in oranges and grapefruits. And lemons and limes. So these things are really, really good for your immune system. Right for eye health, great for skin health. So all these different things have a tremendous amount of nutrient benefits, nutritional benefits. And the research benefits of a phytonutrient rich diet. It's been shown to improve immune health and protect against pathogens to support healthy blood pressure and circulation. Again, by helping enhance the elasticity of that endothelial lining of the blood vessels, keeps that blood pressure stable and keeps oxygen delivery going out to the cells. Also very important for liver health and detoxification for blood sugar and insulin sensitivity for brain health and memory and also for reducing oxidative stress and inflammation. Most of these compounds are very powerful antioxidants, and they protect the plant from oxidative stress. One of the primary forms of oxidative stress again is UV light coming from the sun, these plants are growing out in the sun. They need a certain amount of sun in order to be able to produce energy. However, if they get too much sun, obviously the oxidative stress from the UV rays will damage them and kill them. And so they have to they've created strategies to adapt to that environment. Also to changes in weather, so some of these things help give them resilience to weather changes to different insects and molds and things like that. This is how these plants have adapted and survive in nature, they create these fido nutrients, and when we consume them, we can fur those benefits, right? I just wanted to take a moment and tell you guys about paleo valley and their apple cider vinegar complex. This is a phenomenal product to help improve your digestion, your blood sugar stability and your energy levels. Most people are dealing with blood sugar imbalances, and that can lead you to have a crash in the afternoon where you need a nap. It can also lead to unwanted weight gain to inflammation affecting your joints, your skin and all different parts of your body. Well, you know what? Apple cider vinegar is one of the best things for helping improve your blood sugar stability. You simply take it with meals and it helps reduce the glycemic impact of the food that you're consuming. And that's going to help your body to burn fat for fuel. It's going to reduce overall levels of insulin and insulin as your pro inflammatory fat storage hormone. We want to get insulin under control. You know what I love about the apple cider vinegar complex that paleo valley made is they have a thousand milligrams of apple cider vinegar, which is equivalent to one and a half tablespoons. That is really the clinical dose to get the best results on top of that, they combined it with 300 milligrams of turmeric, which is a powerful anti inflammatory herb, 300 milligrams of Ginger. These are warming herbs that support good digestion, good stomach acid production. They also help to reduce inflammation in the gut and throughout the body and they have a 150 milligrams of cinnamon, which is one of the best herbs for improving insulin sensitivity and blood sugar stability and they added in 50 milligrams of lemon into the apple cider vinegar complex to support bile flow and pancreatic enzymes so you can really optimize your digestion and your nutrient absorption, all these ingredients are organic so you can rest assured you're getting the highest quality product. So if you want to check out the apple cider vinegar complex, go to paleo valley dot com and use the coupon code jockers to save 15% off today. There's a benefits now get translated into us. And now we have better antioxidant potential to deal with oxidative stress and inflammation. It helps to prime and adapter our immune system. So a lot of great benefits. And of course, these things are also very antimicrobial. They help support and optimize our gut microbiome. So some of the most well studied phytonutrients are anthocyanins. Again, that gives a blue red or purple hue to a plant. We find these in blueberries, red onions, red cabbage, BlackBerries, eggplant, cherries, things like that. Plant tannins. This is a stringent, bitter or drying flavor. We find that in cranberries, for example, when you have a cranberry, the very bitter dryness of it, that is tannins. We also find them in current, dark chocolate has tannins, nuts, seeds, legumes. Lutein and zeaxanthin, they give a yellow a shoot of foods. They're found in yellow and orange foods such as carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, egg yolks, but we can also find these in green foods. In fact, when green foods start to rot, for example, if you see kale and the kale is starting to rot, it will actually turn yellow first. There's kind of a yellow underlay, and then the chlorophyll, which gives it a green color, overpowers that. But you have the nutrients of the yellowness that a lutein, the zeaxanthin, the beta carotene, and then you also have the chlorophyll on top. When we look at green, of course, we think about chlorophyll and how powerful that is for helping detoxify, helping cleanse the body, helping build new blood cells. But we also think about sulforaphane in particular when it comes to cruciferous vegetables, things like kale, mustard greens, collard greens, broccoli, broccoli, sprouts, which are the best sources sulforaphane, which is very powerful for helping to detoxify bad estrogens, helping to stimulate the NRF two or the antioxidant response enzymes to deal with oxidative stress at a high level, sulforaphane is really powerful for that really powerful for detoxification. And then we also can think about something called eugenol, which provides a warm spicy clove like flavor. This is kind of a brownish red. You think about things like clove, cinnamon, nutmeg, cumin, coffee, and certain berries, like raspberries, and strawberries. They have you gentle in them. I also think about a leg acid it's some things like raspberry strawberries and pomegranate. But the eugenol kind of gives that warm spicy clove like flavor and we find that again, very powerful and clove, cinnamon, nutmeg, cumin, very good for reducing inflammation, great for blood sugar stability, great antimicrobial. We think about clove, we think about its ability to kill parasites or very antiparasitic, very antimicrobial, very supportive to the gut microbiome. So you general is a powerful compound there. So going back to anthocyanins, they are strongly suggested by a number of studies to improve the sharpness of your vision really good for helping prevent against macular degeneration and cataracts. So eating blueberries, purple cabbage, red onions, grapes, have anthocyanins. You also find them in BlackBerries, very, very good, very anti cancer, reduce inflammation, heart disease, diabetes, bacterial infections, to help their antibacterial, and then neurodegenerative diseases as well to help prevent against those as well. So purple corn is another one I didn't mention, but the corn, certain types, certain species of corn can actually develop these anthocyanins to help protect them. Blood oranges. You'll see kind of a bluish orange. It's really unique. That's an orange, the citrus, but it's also adapted to have more of these anthocyanins because of the strong exposure to UV light in the sun, and that's kind of how it's adapted. Anthocyanins are really good for helping deal with UV radiation from the sun. So they can fur those benefits. So a lot of great, great foods that we could find that are rich in anthocyanins that we should be consuming on a regular basis. Now plant tannins, again, they're commonly found in the bark of trees, wood, leaves, buds, stems, fruits, nuts, seeds, and roots of plants. They act to protect their species against pathogens, such as bacteria, fungi, and other parasites, and tannins again have the strong astringent drying or mouth puckering flavors. So foods that are rich in tannins, pomegranate, when we think about that, kind of like cranberry, it's very astringent, very drying. So pomegranate not only has does it have a Lake of acid in it, but it also has tannins, plant tan as well. Berries can be rich in tannins, legumes, coffee is very rich and tannins, dark chocolate nuts, most cerebral tea and currants as well. And they're very good at improving oxidative stress and inflammation. Supporting blood pressure and circulation and they're, again, antimicrobial against a lot of these different pathogens that we're dealing with. So a lot of herbs are a lot of herbal teas, dandelion, things like that, very, very good for very rich and tannins. Benefits of lutein and zeaxanthin. So again, that gives the rich orange or yellow hue and again, they're also very high in green vegetables with a chlorophyll content of the greens overpowers the yellow orange. Great for eyes. So whenever I think about lutein and zeaxanthin, kind of like beta carotene or fat soluble retinol, I think eyes, I think, brain, fat soluble areas, also really good for blood sugar and insulin sensitivity, skin health, circulation, heart health. So some of the best food sources, carrots, sweet potatoes, egg yolks, great source, particularly if the chickens are eating a lot of grass, a lot of green grass are getting the lutein zeaxanthin right from that. Bell peppers, pumpkins, butternut squash, pistachios, and dark green, leafy vegetables. Also avocados could be on this list as well, very good source of lutein and zeaxanthin. And then sulforaphane, that's the compound within the isothiocyanate group of organosulfur compounds. So it has a sulfur compound. And it's found its highest amount in cruciferous veggies like broccoli, kale, collard greens, and especially broccoli sprouts. It's the most dense source of sulforaphane. You can also find a lot in watercress, sprouts, radish sprouts. So Sprouse have the most, but by far broccoli sprouts have the most. And in those foods, it's an inactive form called glucoraphanin. The enzymes are released in the plant when it's damaged, so when you chew it, that turns the glucoraphanin into sulforaphane. So cruciferous veggies or sprouts must be cut chopped or chewed to release the myrosinase and activate the sulforaphane. And of course they have been shown to slow the aging process, boost liberty toxification, particularly phase two enzymes, and glutathione. And when we think about liver detoxification, a lot of people have fast phase one slow phase two. And so they actually phase one is a process where you actually can actually make a compound even more toxic. So if you're slow phase two, you're going to have a lot of issues. And that's one of the great things about sulforaphane is it really helps isolate and focus on phase two, which is the conjugation process and boosts up glutathione to help deactivate these toxins. And so it also boosts up superoxide dismutase for intracellular prevention of DNA mutation and oxidative stress, so really important for that. And increases the excretion of many different carcinogens, like excess estrogens, things like benzene, so really important for that. It activates NRF to the body's strongest events against oxidative stress, sulforaphane is also very good for reducing of H pylori and Epstein Barr basically putting those, helping to inhibit those and inhibit their pathogenic effects. Also very good for supporting the mitochondria. That's part of that superoxide dismutase when it boosts glutathione, superoxide dismutase, that really helps protect the mitochondria. Simulates mitochondrial biogenesis and improves cellular energy levels. So sulforaphane can be really powerful. I just want to interrupt this podcast and take a moment and tell you about the importance of electrolytes. We all need electrolytes in order to produce energy in order for our nervous system to function well on a daily basis. And most people are just not getting enough electrolytes. Especially when they start on a low carb, ketogenic style diet or if they're doing intermittent fasting and this is because when you go on a low carb diet or if you're practicing fasting, you get a big drop in insulin and insulin's job is to actually cause you to retain sodium and other electrolytes. And so you actually start urinating them out. So when you're on a low carb diet, you're burning fat for fuel, but you need more electrolytes. In fact, there's a condition called the keto flu. And this is where people feel really bad when they start on a low carb, keto style diet, or if they start doing intermittent fasting, and they don't have the electrolytes to support them. This is why I'm a huge fan of elements. It's the name of the company, and they contain a science backed electrolyte ratio. That means a thousand milligrams of sodium, 200 milligrams potassium, 60 milligrams of magnesium, no sugar, no coloring, no artificial ingredients, no gluten no fillers. None of that stuff. You know, the average sports shrink has 260 milligrams of sodium. That's not enough. 65 milligrams of potassium. That's a really low amount. They don't have magnesium and the average sports drink has 29 grams of sugar. That's gonna spike your blood sugar in your insulin levels. Element, again, has a thousand milligrams of sodium, 200 milligrams of potassium, and 60 milligrams of magnesium, no sugar. It's flavored with stevia. And right now, as a member of our community, element has a very special offer for you. You can get a free sample pack of 7 different packets of each flavor. They have great flavors, citrus, raspberry, watermelon, orange, again, all flavored with stevia, all natural sweeteners, not gonna impact your blood sugar. They also have an unflavored, so if you're not into that or if you don't do well with stevia, you get the on flavored as well. But you can get the sample pack now for free and you only cover the cost of shipping, which is roughly $5. Just go to the site, drink element, so drink lmt dot com forward slash DR jockers. Again, that's drink lm T dot com forward slash DR jockers to get your free sample pack of element. Again, element is a healthy alternative to sugary electrolyte drinks. Each grab and go stick pack replaces essential electrolytes with no sugar, no coloring, no artificial ingredients, or any other junk. Guys, try this out. You're gonna see a big jump in your energy and your performance. If you're a high level athlete, you need electrolytes, try this out today. And then when we think about eugenol again, that's that essential oil phytochemical that gives clove it's warm, spicy scent and pungent flavor. We're talking about some of the foods that are in, some of these herbs, like cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, also in Tulsi, also called holy basil, turmeric has eugenol in it, basil, oregano, and cumin. And we know that that's very, very antimicrobial. We think about oregano oil, clove oil, some of the best things for helping kill parasites, bad bacteria, things like that, but also very good for reducing inflammation, oxidative stress, great for brain health and cognition, supporting liver and gut health. So a lot of great benefits to eugenol. And in general, to kind of summarize this, we want to eat a rainbow, right? It's really important to eat a rainbow. You know, white food support immunity and the circulatory system, it can reduce your risk of cancer. We know yellow foods are good for your skin, heart, and eyes, and they improve your digestion and your immune system. We know orange foods, right? The yellow and the orange, again, those have your lutein, the as anthon, orange foods help prevent cancer, reduce the risk of heart disease, also really good for your skin, your heart, your eyes, your brain health, red foods, really good for your heart and blood health. They support joint function. Blue and purple foods with anthocyanins, red foods, we think about oleic acid, we think about eugenol, things like that. And blue and purple food and lycopene as well in red foods, blue and purple foods. We think about anthocyanins. And we think about resveratrol. They help with mineral absorption, they can prove your memory, your brain function, your mitochondrial health. And then green foods, I think about chlorophyll number one. But then also sulforaphane, Great Britain, the body and strengthening the immune system. There's also lutein and zeaxanthin in the green foods, many of the green foods as well. So with that said, this is all part of a really well balanced diet. I am a huge advocate of a high protein, lower carbohydrate diet, consuming good amount of protein on a regular basis, roughly somewhere around half to one full gram of protein per pound of lean body mass and getting that from grass fed meat, from organic poultry, wow, game, wild caught, seafood, can all be really healthy sources. And then you're eating a lot of good fats, avocados, avocado oil, extra virgin olive oil, which is very rich in polyphenols as well. I didn't talk about that, but extra virgin olive oil, incredible source of polyphenols, things like aliyah's, which are known as nature's natural ibuprofen, really powerful at reducing inflammation and pain and also have been shown to kill cancer cells in vitro. And so aliyah canthal, they also have hydroxy tyrosol, which is great for going over the blood brain barrier and helping prevent against oxidative stress in the brain. So I really love high polyphenol, extra virgin olive oil. Ginger, it's fantastic, getting healthy fats, coconut oil, grass fed butter, consuming, pasture raised eggs, super good for your body, getting a lot of herbs. I talked about Ginger basil oregano time, rosemary sage, garlic onions, chives, apple cider, vinegar, doing that on a regular basis to help stabilize blood sugar with the acetic acid that's in there. Profound for helping stabilize blood sugar. It's also a, which helps support your gut microbiome and helps your body reduce inflammation throughout the system. I also am a huge advocate of lemons, limes, berries, different multi color berries, drinking herbal teas, dandelion tea, Ginger tea, green tea, chamomile tea, right? Really, really good. This is what we want to be focusing on when it comes to our overall diet. And if you're interested in you want to get more polyphenols, more of these colors in your diet, you can always find a great greens powder. I know we've got our ancient nutrition organic super greens on our store, and I'll have a link below this video, which has got 28 organic and living super foods, 8 organic cleansing herbs, rich and chlorophyll, antioxidants, and trace minerals, has enzymes, probiotics in there to really support your system. And a lot of people really thrive doing a super greens powder or some sort of a really high quality phytonutrient polyphenol blend, right for the gut, great for helping reduce oxidative stress and inflammation in your system. But the most important takeaway here is, I want you to focus on getting these things in your diet, right? Eating the rainbow in your diet on a regular basis. So when I look at my plate, I've got a really good piece of protein, whether it's grass fed beef, or it's wow can't fish or something like that. That's gonna give me a really good amount of protein. You know, typically, you know, I'm only eating usually two, sometimes three meals a day. I'm usually consuming about 50 grams, maybe more of protein in each of those meals. So I have a really good piece of meat, healthy fats. I cooked it in fats, I've got healthy fats there, whether it's a guacamole or I'm putting extra virgin high polyphenol extra virgin olive oil on it, or I've got grass fed butter on it or something like that. And then I'm having like a Mediterranean salad with tomatoes, bell peppers, hearts of palm, which give me the white in there. Cucumbers. I love a little arugula, which is great because it's lower in oxalates, really good for the liver. It's got the tannin like dryness, bitterness to it, but it's not too strong, so I really like the flavor of that. I have got in that salad. I've got some artichokes, which are, again, white, but they're really good for the gut microbiome. Great. Prebiotic fiber in there. That's good for those system. Also really good for the liver, artichokes, really good for bile flow supporting bile flow, so I've got that in there. I've got some extra virgin olive oil, of course. Over it, I've got lemon juice, I've got herbs, so basil oregano, thyme, basil, or already mentioned basil. But basically like a Mediterranean mix, rosemary in there. So Mediterranean herb mix on it. And I'm good to go, right? So I've got my greens. I've got my reds. I've got pretty much all the different colors. That are in there. Maybe dice up some red onions, so I get a little bit of that. And then for dessert, I like a really good organic Greek yogurt with some blueberries, raspberries, maybe a little BlackBerries in there and some protein powder mixing that up. So that's a high protein polyphenol rich, little dessert that I consume as well. So I'm getting more of those colorful fruit. With the anthocyanins with the allegic acid in there, resveratrol to really help support my system. So that's how I put it all together. So hopefully you guys enjoyed this training. I love talking about nutrition. That's why I've got the functional nutrition podcast, right? Because I'm all about getting the right nutrients in your body, consuming these kinds of polyphenol rich foods. And you find the ones that you do the best with, right? So some of them, you may not do great with other ones, you're going to do really, really well with. You find the ones that you thrive with, and when you do that, that really helps balance out your diet. And helps you reduce the effects of aging, reduce your risk of developing chronic disease and really thrive in life. So we'll see you guys in a future online training be blessed to everybody. Well, that's all for this show. 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"A new technology is developed, say somebody discovers, oh, I've found a new way of treating hemophilia, which is this clotting disease, for instance, yeah? Of course, it's a big global market. What then happens? It means that the companies that control this market suddenly become interested in a company like this. Yeah? So they come in and they say, okay, we see you've developed a new product here. Okay, we are going to buy you out. And of course, when a company is interested in buying new out, then it means your value has already gone high. Because they really need your technology now or they really need that product. So even just look at look at two years ago, when COVID came in, BioNTech was not a big company. In fact, in the year 2019, I think they are total revenue, was less than 300 million. You also say, if I check probably, I will confirm a country confirmed this later. But in 2020, they had around 483 million Euros in their revenue. In 2021, once the vaccine rollout started, they had 18 billion in revenue. Just look at that jump from four 83 million in 2020 to 18 billion in 2021. That's the value that just having a functional product in the market that is generated. By scientific research and rigorous scientific research gives you. Yeah? So you know with 18 billion BioNTech can now expand its portfolio of research. It can now say, okay, we want to test mRNA vaccines in malaria. One to test may be mRNA technology in treating all in managing, say diabetes. Now they have the money. You can do that. Yeah? Yeah. So this is the importance of investing in research. And my hope, my hope, I have two wishes. Number one, this NRF thing, one either you disband it. National research fund. Yeah, so. The national research fund. Either you disband it, or you change the action in totality. Because right now, if you look at the board or the people who make decisions there, that either lawyers or the businessmen or the political appointees. None of them probably has about anything to do with science. It looks like just people who have been appointed to, you know? To be there, but they don't necessarily do anything. NRF in its entirety should have a panel of scientists leading it. And these are people who are not going to work full time. And I think in most countries, when there's a board that is managing a scientific research fund, this are probably university professors or researchers who work full time as university researchers, and they just donate part of their time.
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"Fighting over these issues. Absolutely. All right, Aaron, thank you so much really appreciate getting your thoughts here in a really interesting topic because we think about the labor market in general Erin Mulvaney. Bloomberg law, senior legal reporter there and talking about the geek economy. When I think of the gig economy, I don't think if Tom Keene, Tom Kean is a salaryman in my mind. Is that right, Tom? Yeah, well, you know, how long is this debate going on? Yep, Paul, I mean, basically, I'm sure there's a date out there somewhere, but I would say for my completely known life. We've had this debate about the gig economy and it's had different names in the gig economy. I don't know what to make of it other than the observation and an interview that I mentioned on television that you and I had Paul about the minimum wage. The minimum wage based on the old days should be $24 an hour. Yeah, it should be. And the same argument. Yeah. 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So we may want to send a few towels over to our friend. The route in U.S. tech stocks is continuing today as rising treasury yields feel greater concern about growth and profitability. Let's look at the markets the S&P is little change down about three. Dow Jones Industrial Average is a little changed down 13 and the NASDAQ is down three tenths of a percent down 43. The ten year is down one 32nd the yield 1.65%. West Texas intermediate crude is back in the green for another day up one and a half percent of 78 18 a barrel with comex gold up 6 tenths of a percent at 1825 50 an ounce. The valerian one 1573, the Euro a dollar 1341 in the British pound the dollar 35 50. Zip recruiters looking to become the first debut junk debt issuer of the year with a $500 million bond sale as the employer's confront spot shortages of workers in high turnover, senior unsecured notes due 2030 will be used for general corporate purposes, which may include capital expenditures investments and working capital according to a statement from the job search and recruiting company. That is a Bloomberg business flash. I'm Greg Jarrett Bloomberg markets is on now Taylor rigs and Paul Sweeney. All right, great, sure. Thank you so much, Taylor rig. Thanks for sitting in for Matt today. It's going to be exciting with Matt's back in New York. That'll be fun. You can't wait. He brings such a fun energy. If you will, it'll be great to have him. Exactly. So a little different clock for him, but it'll be interesting. All right, looking at the markets here. A little I'm not going to oversell it just a little bit of red on this screen the S&P off about one tenth of 1%. 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"Down as much as 4.9% NASDAQ ended the day with a gain of 6 tenths of 1% up by 86 points So again massive reversal it was a stock sell off that at one point rivaled any of the last two years all of that wiped out Ten year yield 1.77% down three 30 seconds spot gold at 1843 the ounce West Texas intermediate crew down 2.1% 83 31 a barrel on WTI so again recapping equities advanced 12 point gain when it was all said and done up three tenths I'm Charlie pallet that show Matthew wild days of Bloomberg business flash Amazing stuff Charlie palette but who will be the first to write the dead cat bounce column tomorrow That's what I'm looking for when I wake up Now we turn to the situation involving Russia and Ukraine with tensions Seeming to grow more intense over the weekend On balance of power earlier today I heard people's opinions changing from Friday to today And President Biden held a video call last hour with our European allies As the U.S. moves to evacuate the family members of diplomats in Ukraine we told you that was coming And as the U.S. prepares to possibly send up to 5000 or more troops to Eastern Europe and the Baltics it sounds like more if needed here's Pentagon press secretary John Kirby Secretary Austin has placed a range of units in the United States on a heightened preparedness to deploy which increases our readiness to provide forces if NATO should activate the NRF or if other situations develop All told the number of forces that the secretary has placed on heightened alert comes up to about 8500 personnel So we're talking more than 8000 possible And the comments also followed a meeting between the Secretary of State Anthony blinken and European foreign ministers this morning A lot of talk and going on here people need to stay in touch as he tries to keep everyone on the same page On the other side of the ocean not always on the same page in Europe when it comes to this and well that's where we begin with David to fury former Obama campaign foreign policy adviser it's great to have you back David the president spent the weekend with his national security team at Camp David Then the fire hose of headlines as I described it followed Are we entering a new phase in this standoff Well I think we're entering a phase where President Biden and his team recognize that they need to do more to deter Putin as the president mentioned last week He does seem to think that Putin is going to mount an increased invasion or present in Ukraine So they've announced the readiness of these troops to go into Eastern Europe But notably they're not going to be going to Ukraine yet just to other countries in Eastern Europe that we also want to defend But a lot of people also probably yeah the team is looking for other ways to deter Putin Sanctions may not be enough I think who knows sanctions are coming if he does this So also the team is trying to get more support from our European allies I can't seem to find anybody who thinks though that there is going to be an invasion that Vladimir Putin does want to go to war or test our resolve in this case do you believe that I don't think anyone knows what Putin is going to do And anyone who seems to think he's ready to go for it Biden thinks he's ready to go for it There's certainly some senators who are receiving intelligence reports who also think he is going to go for it And he very well may I mean he's testing what the response will be And he wants some concessions from the U.S. Obviously we're going backward for what he wants to accomplish that we could troops into other Eastern European countries because this whole goal is to get us to back away and have less of the military presence in Eastern Europe So are we doing the right thing by moving in I mean we're kind of calling his bluff here a little bit My personal view is that we should be doing more to deter him from doing this Ukraine is a sovereign country and the Russia has no right to be engaged in what is already been engaged in which is interference in Ukraine's government A presence in eastern Ukraine engaging in supporting separatists in Eastern Europe Ukraine and stirring up fighting inside Ukraine And that's all done in order to stymie the democracy in Ukraine and that's really what Putin wants I mean this is about democracy Putin does not want democracies on his border He feels those are a threat So if the U.S. still stands for supporting democracies around the world supporting the spread of democracy then we have to do more As we spend some time with David to fury trying to figure out the way forward here what do you make of the evacuation order This is something that Bloomberg first reported late last week It did come true Some have thought it was posturing though others thought it was maybe your response to what happened on the way out of Afghanistan This is a White House that does not want to be caught in a situation like that again with Americans stuck behind I won't say enemy lines but in a war zone I think that's right There's a lot of sensitivity around our embassies and rightfully so our State Department and secretary blinken want to protect our diplomats.
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"You see the value and worldwide market news the push for a global minimum corporate tax rate is still alive and well and you want it first The Labor Department has sent an emergency regulation to The White House So do we Bond yields around the world are tumbling Bloomberg daybreak With Karen Moscow and Nathan Hager Straight ahead latest local headlines plus a check of sports We good mornings at 5 eastern On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com The U.S. Supreme Court will consider the Biden administration's vaccination mandate on big employers in oral arguments justice Elaine Kagan says that mandates are absolutely necessary during unprecedented deadly public health crisis while the national federation of independent business argues the mandate is too broad The three men involved in the fatal shooting of Ahmed Arbery more than two years ago are likely to spend the rest of their lives behind bars Yesterday a judge sentenced Travis mcmichael and son Greg mcmichael to life in prison without the possibility of parole over 14 tons of ground beef are being recalled because of E. coli Authorities say meat from interstate meat distributors packaged on December 20th may be contaminated with a dangerous bacteria Scotland could be pardoning nearly 4000 accused witches executed from the 16th to the 18th century a 2021 petition with over 3400 signatures called for the Scottish government to pardon and memorialize those found guilty primarily unmarried women over the age of 40 I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room Mayor Eric Adams will tap his brother Bernard Adams a retired NYPD sergeant to serve as NYPD deputy commissioner for governmental affairs The appointment brings questions of nepotism typically prohibited by the city rules and it may require special dispensation from the city's conflicts of interest board Also Phil banks was named to the post of deputy mayor for public safety Banks is a former NYPD chief of department and close personal friend of Eric Adams back in 2014 banks stepped down from the NYPD after he was named by the federal government as an unindicted co-conspirator in an NYPD corruption scheme Jessica Alba and her colleague at honest tea are skipping the national retail federation's big conference this coming week because of COVID concerns More about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Elbow who founded honesty along with CEO Nick vlahos are both canceling their participation in this massive javits center event scheduled for next week They were slated to appear in a keynote at the gathering of about 20,000 people including the CEOs of some of the world's biggest retailers The NRF said earlier in the week it is going ahead with its in person convention and all attendees have to be vaccinated and wear masks Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Friday's employment report shows that employment in the U.S. is strong with an unemployment rate of 3.9% Former treasury secretary Lawrence summers says the report is a further indication that inflation is accelerating I don't think anybody can look at this labor market And this jobs report and believe that we have a sustainable degree of heat in the labor market Summers was interviewed on Bloomberg Wall Street week with David Weston Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I am susannah Palmer This is.
"nrf" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thank you for joining us for this holiday edition of Bloomberg Daybreak. The markets are closed on this Labor Day. I'm Nathan Hager. During this hour. We'll look at what's ahead for those high flying tech stocks with Dan Ives of Wedbush Securities, Plus the latest on antitrust cases that may be facing some of those very same companies will be speaking with Jennifer Re of Bloomberg Intelligence. But first we want to focus on the consumer. Take a look at the retail outlook for the rest of this year. Who better to do that with then? Burt Flickinger, managing director of Strategic Resource Group, Great to have you with us on this holiday burden? Of course. We're coming out of the back to school shopping season here. This one's a little different, since a lot of parents are actually having to shop for back to school, right? Parents are shopping for back to school for the students and back to work are hopefully back to work for the parents to Yeah. So how do things look heading forward here? It looks like we will not hit the record forecast predicted by the National Retail Federation or the NRF, and it's primarily because first insights Nathan is reporting that 56% of consumers are nervous now about interacting with in store retail sales associates. But even more importantly, 56% of consumers First Insight polled are reporting that they're cutting down on spending because of inflation and worries about the economy going forward. Let's talk a little bit about both those points here with some trepidation about returning to a physical retail store. Does that mean that when it comes to retail e commerce is the way to go? E commerce is is the way to go. But what we're advising shoppers today. Labor Day, September 6th and Labor Day Week if you want anything for Halloween, Christmas, Hanukkah in the October November December holidays. Buy.
"nrf" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"We understand what can break down. so yes there are binders. Yes there's opening the detox pathways. Yes you want to replenish the gut. Bacteria But i'd rather not pick and choose from these brilliant experts that gave me examples. Fasting is obviously you mean. You're an expert at that. You can speak about that all day long. and how that helps the detoxication pathways saunas. You know all those things work. So what's interesting. Is that when you targeted glyphosate. Glyphosate blocks the ability of the liver to detox other toxins because it damages the detox pathway for fifty sadeq on pathway so it it all other toxins may be the ones that are normally released through that. Pathway are less likely to be ushered out of the body. So if you get rid of glyphosate you get rid of those. There's also a detox. Pathway in the cells called nrf2 it went down dramatically in orlando study where they say so and there's ways to block that as ways to stop that reduction so you have a situation where if you can pull out the state and stopped taking it in by eating organic than so many other things function better and you look at the at worklife. Say does it as if it attacks every foundational system. Yeah the structure of dna by the country of the gut. Bacteria mineral absorption. The you know all of them and so it is like i called it the darth vader of chemicals because it is so evil in what it does so it gets everywhere and some of that ends up being deposited in our tissues our bones which is probably why not oscars informa- is the is the type of cancer where the has all this particular research which has allowed these lawsuits and a settlement of about ten billion dollars. So yeah it's pretty bad. So i think people by now have gotten that i think i better just shut up about how bad it is. Think about how to do better. No absolutely well you know. Obviously this is all compelling information that really should inspire us to choose organic Choose our foods more wisely. That's for sure and choose..
"nrf" Discussed on WTVN
"How about the Jackets? Is it sad would we are and we love our blue jackets, by the way, But is it sad? Would we are celebrating a win last night from the jackets and breaking that nine game losing streak? We love you see, BJ. Congratulations. At least you Struck that streak down at this point, Matt McCoy has more in sports coming up, and it's the eve of the NFL draft, too. That's starts tomorrow in Cleveland. All of that's coming up in about 10 Minutes here on news radio 6 10 w T V N Good morning. It's branded boxer on the legacy retirement group dot com Phone line We want to say Good Morning Dew, Jennifer Jolly and Emmy Award winning consumer tech columnist. Digital lifestyle. Syria's You can catch her I've called her many, many times in USA today, Jennifer. Thanks for joining us this morning. Thank you so much for having me well, so Jennifer, I know just around the corner. It's Mother's Day. Mother's Day, by the way is May 9th And, according to the NRF, which is the National Retail Federation, Americans plan to spend more than ever as well is they should odd mom just out of curiosity, because I remember a few years ago I bought my wife who said for For Mother's Day. She wanted a vacuum cleaner. I bet you did on the air and I was I was hung. I was hung out to dry. People thought I was scum, but it was something my wife asked for. So if you do have a mom who loves you know, to clean the house, especially when she's the one doing all the work. What is this suggestion? You know, it used to be such a huge joke like Oh, what? Mom wants a vacuum kid cleaner. Come on. We're not in the fifties anymore. But that cleaners are so smart. You basically have all these robot vacuum cleaners. Of are perfect for moms like me who I always wanted sparkling clean house. You want to do it all myself. So I have the iRobot ravage it. M six robot mop. This is the actual robot mop I use in my own house. It combines a powerful sweeper and mop. But it's all contained in this one fairly small, super smart device. It can clean up everything from crumbs and Greece with ease. But the coolest part is that it really learns that adapt to your space, so it knows where to clean and when to do it. You can work with it all on an app on your smartphone, and you just attach a mopping or sweeping pad, And then the robot automatically takes it From there. It even returns itself to its charging dock when the job is done, so I absolutely love this device. This is amazing Emmy Award winning consumer tech colonists Jennifer Jolly on the Brandon Boxer Show. What is that retail for Jennifer? You know, it's so funny. I knew you were going to ask me that. I always forget the places of everything. So hang on one. I might get away. I'm going to get it for you. It is it is. Well, I could look at a two CD coming. Okay, you know So, uh, let's see that's just under $450. Although here's the thing Brandon isn't seeing all kinds of special for these things. So right now, The latest price I have is just under 4 50, but you might find it for an extra special price. And if you do we sure to snag it because it is with every penny. I am Jennifer. My apologies. I didn't mean to catch you off. Guard there. I know these things. No, it's Hey, You're busy. Your mom. It said, you know, working Mom, too. Hey, how do how do we make sure, though that is speaking of deals. How do we make sure we're scoring. The best deals when we shot for all these different gadgets, some people, you just have no idea where to go. Where to look. How did they know they're not going to get messed with Jennifer? Well, I have two specific insider tech tip secrets to share with you. And this is one of those sites that I was scouring this morning. It's called Lick deals. It's a social shopping network, and I did see some incredible deals Pop up here for a lot of these hottest gadgets for Mother's Day it's Flik feels has about 12 million people using the site, absent browser extensions and the way it works. Is you vet and vote up the very best field every single day, So it's like a social network. People who have these insider tips and tricks about shopping. You can also set a deal alert and then get notified in your inbox. Win a deal matches your specific criteria. So let's say you only want to pay $300 for a certain robot vacuum. You can type that in there and then you'll get pained if it goes on sale for that incredible price. And then the other tech tool. This is so so good right now For so many people were just coming out of this pandemic. Kind of unsure about their monthly. Why did it they don't want to overextend. It's called a firm and you'll see it when you go to check out online. It's a more transparent credit card alternative but lets you buy a gift now and then pay overtime was different about it. And the reason I use it recommended is because They never, ever, ever, ever charge any late or hidden fees. Nice. It's so do the cold, right? Yeah, incredible, right. Absolutely so. It's so to the total cost of your purchase up front, so they're not. It's not like a Beeton switch. You never pay any more than you agreed to up front. And then it works with nearly 8000 retailers. So I have Beautiful flowers here that I got with it from urban stem. There's Nordstrom Williams Sonoma everyplace. You're shopping for Mom anyway, And this is great If you want to say okay, I know I can spend 20 bucks a month on Mom. Just not the 200 Plus That the interrupt the National Retail Federation that you mentioned says we're all going to spend on Mom this year, Jennifer Jolly and I always have to say that look twice, Jennifer Jolly, but I'm like. Is that really her? Net? Yes, Jennifer Jolly and every award winning consumer. It's Ed columnist. I love your day of perfect, smooth real quick. Is it slick deals.
"nrf" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"For that employment report. What do you have? All right. Mike. Jobs were added last month, but not as many. As expected. The Labor Department says 49,000 workers were added to payrolls in January. Economists were looking for more than twice as many the nation's unemployment rate fell to 6.3%. It was at 6.7% in December. The labor market is still more than 9.8 million jobs below where it was in February of last year, All right. By the way, a couple of listeners pointed out, Chef does rhyme with Jeff. So we'll see if we can't let up a little something for you there. Mr Bellboy look forward to the happy. Great. Yeah. All right. The apple Health Warning is it's a big one. As to what could happen Phyllis in? Yeah. Okay. Yeah. This embarrassed repeating Apple issued a warning to heart patients about the iPhone 12. That's the new A phone after a problem was discovered by cardiologists at the Henry Ford Heart and Vascular Institute. Magnets and other components of the iPhone. 12 could disable pacemakers or cardiac defibrillators. One of the doctors who wrote about the problem says there is a potential danger for cardiac patients, especially if the phone is carried in an upper chest pocket. Don't do that. Right? Alright, predicting a Super Bowl winner who's predicting what Well, we predict that your local pizzeria is going to be the big winner. No matter who wins the actual game on Lee 3% of People surveyed by the National Retail Federation plan to go to a bar or a restaurant to watch the game more than 70% say they have no party plans. So it's expected millions of fans will order pizzas and chicken wings. It could be the busiest Super Bowl Sunday ever for the big chains and local restaurants alike. But the NRF says total spending related to the Super Bowl will be down rather sharply this year. All right, so let's do the future's one more time. Okay? Still a positive s and P futures up 17 points. NASDAQ Futures are up 51. The Dow futures are up 136 Have a great weekend Mike from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Bollinger on news radio 700 wlw. Alright,.
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"And it went to number three and apparently, he said he wrote it in half an hour. Uh, it's amazing how you wouldn't necessarily think of the two genres together. But it's amazing how many country songs have worked into soul songs. And vice versa. Exactly. Exactly. So, yeah, that said he was a He was a big talent. All right, so let's talk about it is jobs report Friday. You always, um, probably the most important economic indicator we get from Washington each month. Economists think we'll be hearing that. Hiring rebounded in January with about 105,000 jobs being added The number of payroll job shrank in December, and that was the first monthly decline since April. Right around the start of the pandemic. It's predicted that the unemployment rate remained at 6.7% on that report will be out in about six minutes. Okay, so a good Ah, good. Some good news ahead. It looks like we could have a third vaccine. Johnson and Johnson has gone to the Food and Drug Administration with the request that it clear it's experimental Covert 19 vaccine for emergency use. The FDA is going to meet later this month for an advisory panel decision. Here in the U. S. The J and J vaccine was found to be 72% effective in preventing moderate to severe infections with a single dose. It was 66% effective in a global trial, and it has been 100%, effective in preventing hospitalizations and death. Took my mom for her first dose at our local pharmacy yesterday. So that was that was pretty big. Because a lot of people still can't get appointments. Yeah, they're they're still at a premium. Of course. Yes. If you got in yours good for your mom. Have you got in years yet? No. Okay, Apple on heart patients. What's going on here? Yeah, This is an important warning. It's Apple says that The iPhone. 12 has a problem, which was discovered by cardiologists at the Henry Ford Heart and Vascular Institute. There are magnets and other components on the iPhone 12 that can disable pacemakers or cardiac defibrillators on one of the doctors who willed about the problem, says there is a potential danger for cardiac patients, especially if the phone is carried in an upper chest pocket and again. This is not all iPhones. It's the iPhone 12. Okay, That's that's the latest one. Yeah, that's disturbing. All right. So the big winner during the Super Bowl will be whom your local pizzeria on Lee 3% of people surveyed by the National Retail Federation plan to go to a bar or restaurant to watch the game more than 70% say they have no party plans. This year. It's expected millions of fans will order pizzas and chicken wings, and it could be the busiest Super Bowl Sunday ever for the big chains. And the local restaurants alike. But the NRF says total spending related to the Super Bowl is going to be down this year down rather sharply, too, so it'll probably be instead of, you know, 12 pizzas. Maybe too, you know, but but maybe they'll be delivering more of them. So that Zach more small, smaller orders. Yes. So they're gonna be Home, Maybe even busier. Who knows? All right? Yeah. Jeff Bellenger from Bloomberg and Jim Weatherly. We'll go out with Gladys.
NRF expects holiday sales will grow between 3.6 and 5.2 percent
"Even more holiday spending this year than last. That's what the National Retail Federation is predicting. Despite the pandemic cutting into in person shopping, it's predicting an improvement in sales in the range of 3.6 to 5.2% compared to this period in 2019. It's also predicting online and other non store sales jumping as much as 30% offsetting any brick and mortar losses. The federation's chief economist reasons that since people aren't spending their money on travel and entertainment They have more to spend on shopping
NRF expects nearly 148M will shop on 'Super Saturday' this year
"Ski retailers are predicted to ring up record sales with around one hundred forty eight million consumers expected to participate according to the national retail federation super Saturday will draw lots of shopping traffic and with retailers maintaining deep discounts and extending store hours retail consultants and analysts expect the search will Bob super Saturday into the biggest shopping day of the year consumer growth partners for cash shoppers will spend about thirty four billion compared to the thirty one and a half billion spent on Black
NRF lifts 2018 U.S. retail sales forecast on strong job market, tax reform
"KOA NewsRadio this is a. Bloomberg market minute it was a losing day for Wall Street the Dow Jones industrials fell one hundred twenty five points or half a percent. Twenty five thousand one eighty-seven the NASDAQ lost nineteen points or a quarter per se Yes and p, five, hundred, closed, down, eleven