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"naidoo" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

07:15 min | Last month

"naidoo" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"To keep an eye out full. Oh absolutely i know. I saw you talked about that one on somebody else's podcast about sugar and french fries and people don't earn aren't aware they don't know what they don't know right so they think they're like not being a no sugar diet in mcdonalds and having french fries and it's also diptych gluten which is a whole other funding things. Yeah so it's just. I mean so even gluten. No gluten is you say is also The the connected correlation between gluten anxiety is very very high. Exactly so we you know. I am kaplan how. I shouldn't send it goes back to what we spoke earlier. Because of the sort of fads people gone into these assumptions that speaking vegetarian even sometimes gluten. Free that it's healthy but actually a gluten free packaged processed. Food can have a ton of the wrong kinds of starches pointing so it may not have A you know putin is putting week but it could have tons of other high starch An hypoglycemic processed rows so to speak muggy with is really that it depends on what you tolerate would people living zaidi nubia slow in the nation a. Removing say they person who each just turn off storybook reds. That's something to think about. An sometimes slow. Elimination will show that been inside the hoops. But that doesn't mean you have to demonize gluten because there are also other sources that you can. You can each a mojo food based sources. The ones that. I'm most concerned about you know the kind of loaf of sliced brand that you buy that. If you left on vacation came back would be completely fine and you have to ask yourself. Why is it completely fine. Because it's fold with preservatives and added refined sugars in oils and stuff that that stabilizes all keep it that we've And those are knock week pumping all accounts. So what is it. What is it about gluten note that causes such anxiety. Like what is it like it. And i used to be told. You know if you're a lot. 'cause i wanna just kinda preface it with. I feel like a lot of times people to cut out gluten. Because they think it's going to be It'll help with weight loss or fat loss. And i would always say will unless you're a seal unless you have ceac disease you now you're able to eat it but they'll say that they'll say oh. No i'm i'm i'm luca or gluten. Intolerance you know they can eat it. If it's an overused thing he will just keep on santer intolerant just because they want to as a reason to lose weight to tunas maintenance of it gets making cruising the diet out there and i think that gruden is is not the perfect substance and part of that has to do with industrialization of wheat over time and the kind of that goes into the products that we That that made it goes back to the form. The form of the that it is and so. I think that people do need to be careful. Because newton can be destructive gotten sudden ways acceptable but again it goes back to the sauce. Yongqing i would say about it. Is people often have a misunderstanding. That if they start to products of abuse tree but then they go to the store by china package processed foods. And that doesn't help them so the statute actor and The the way in which you know when people give up this you often will lose just because of how the body and the thomason works. You might actually initially lose weight. The people don't always think it's real weight loss because there's a lot of water weight that's lost and then you still have to work on the the the shedding the pounds that you have so. It's a little bit misleading to people. Sometimes and that's just cutting back eating vegetables that that are pretty low in calorie. And having you know. I'm will will find a new died from beings not sincere legumes. And that i think just a healthy direction to go Even eating a super healthy green salad colors from rainbow. That's a filling meal that could have the different nutrients you need and it's just much better than going in direction of I have to be good and free. That's unclear over time going to help you show weight but also keep it off right long-term long-term what what what would you say would be the best foods for someone who has to really incorporate into their diet so we convert one of them which not zuma any bright aids. Jim seems like a superpower food superpowers interest for everything shop. A lot In different studies with vitamin d rich foods so having having Adding adding goes in and then there are things like there You know in medicine things. Like gonda that People don't usually eat it but it can mean different supplements that they find and there's also dark chocolate so dark chocolate extra dog about more than eighty percent with no added. Sugars Is actually a really good good one. Because it is the tree body food because of the way that it's a probiotic because of the way that's made and contained so tonen richard magnesium and all of those things will help anxiety so just sway of extra doc. Chocolate will be helpful. A lot of people and You know then. Things like reaching for each berries. My because of newbury's really do help with both the fiber polyphenols which are great regard. Great few rain antioxidant anti inflammatory. And then if you if you want you up through and including things like teas that evade relaxing lavender passion flower which can be made into a t- As well as kalemie. You know. I'd really helpful. Full things like things like stressing anxiety so then Wow this is great. So then how how with kids. I suck what kids is a mental health. Children is it also obviously uptick now with all the zooms that people were so isolated. We are we seeing more. Add in kids you believe in add. Do you think that's an actual thing. I know a lot of key. I think it's kind of just overused I i think there's a little bit of both. I think it's only diagnosed on. I think we need to be careful before we pull up description pronounce beijing children. But i do see a lot of and i have to think that it's also relating chocolate system over tyne.

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"naidoo" Discussed on How to Money

How to Money

03:49 min | 2 months ago

"naidoo" Discussed on How to Money

"If this entire upset all we talked about We talked about real estate but specifically talked about like farms Like i don't know if beat farms are what you should invest in if your name is quite true than the we are gonna talk about real estate specifically single multifamily homes. But we're not going to even really dive into those kind of weeds. We're gonna talk about whether or not real estate investing makes sense for you for your lifestyle. What it is that you're trying to achieve. We're gonna talk through just a bunch of different benefits every estate investing in the different things that you should consider before you pull the trigger Before you actually purchase your first property we like real estate and buying rental properties as a long-term welling move but that doesn't mean just because matinee naidoo it because we enjoy it and like it that it's right for everyone so we've got some important things for you to think about So you can decide whether it's for you in your license right but before we get to that. Your hair is getting rather long hair. You haven't had a haircut in quite some time. You're just saying that because you actually just got a haircut looking nice and sharp Kind of showing off a little bit with your great clips We'll see the price of a great clips. Haircut recently went up. But i was able to track down a coupon and it was time like i was waiting for a coupon or some sort of sale in order to get my haircut so my hair getting kinda long but still not nearly as long as yours. My full okay. So once you get past a certain point then you can just write it out. Restrooms short like yours and it starts getting a little shaggy around the ears. It just looks like you need a haircut at home trim like every every month. Yes okay. I actually wanted to talk about at home trims because i have my own here or not my own here. Since i was ten years old..

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"naidoo" Discussed on Thrive Bites

Thrive Bites

05:22 min | 10 months ago

"naidoo" Discussed on Thrive Bites

"Today. So i appreciate you sharing that. Thank you and i also like what you said colin. But you're what you eat because i think that I think that too often people come into my office. Innovate polarized they feel. They have to either give up a food group or they've been told them as someone has an allergy or intolerance. That is very uncomfortable. you know they. They shouldn't be leaving out Undecided somebody don't like something You know so so. I went when things. Become polarized for people They can't sustain it. So thank you type of food. I often see boomerang effect and It's it's not pleasant because they feel that that point and so. I do think that having owned a sense of moderation. Enjoy the good things. I talk about a cheat day or what. I what i've reading each day actually took all those But in terms of being a psychiatrist and always trying to positively reframe things for people. I talk about that. Say seven day starts. Wednesday opens have a day that maybe it's wednesday for you. Maybe it saturday for someone else. Maybe a you know someone who's doing emergency room shifts. It might be a different dental work but that day is the day that know the family takes a ton in whatever they really enjoy and and just needed moderation enjoyed savoured at and at the next day. Go back to your healthy eating. Because it's you know whether that could be that in its could be a state but could be moved lambaste option but whatever. That person selects is exactly exactly and it's all about. It's kind of like coaching. You know if any one in the audience. That's a health coach. Life coach is really about meeting people where they are at raid and not to penalize them or punish them is they do something wrong and You know it's all about one percent you know like just doing just just like moving the needle a little bit one percent every single day right because for me i care about progress over perfection You know like you i. I'm not. I'm not a big fan of the word diet. I think it has a lot more negative connotations as a deposit is about you know just doing better than than yesterday. You know so and we all want. We all want everyone to live in optimal health. And we just know that you know. The evidence shows at a plant. Predominant foundation is the way to go and on telling we're not telling you we're on to go vegan overnight. That's not what we're trying to say. So so i'm curious you know coming from that you know indian heritage and descent. You know how much of what you do is the balance between evidence base of just nutrition verses. Do you also incorporate at you've ache. You know theories into you know what you do so you know. I think that's i. I feel that what i brought. My walk is a deep understanding of veda much closer healthy respect food but i also feel like i had to adaptable personalized nutrition. Plans for what. My patients come in asking because often they really struggling with the things that many of us are struggling with. You know which died. Should i follow again. I said because. I try as much as possible not to use it but because people feel they have to give something up so when i talk about lifestyle plan or what are they key to even a meal planet so much better so i. I wouldn't say that give. People are treatment plans but Sometimes in trying to guiding them through And a try to share recipes from all worlds so that so that they can actually implement something because quite often. They'll come to you and say well. I i saw you know this this coalition neg of this stuff that i should follow. But what do i actually do. I had a patient uninspected. Lay just because i guess that in my head that was a pre formed opinion about this. Dr realized was advise but businesswoman actually and She said to me tonight. Do you keep telling me. Advocaat does and that. There are healthy fat. But i have no idea what to do with them and that was really helpful for me to know Because she mostly didn't cook at home in part of jenny has been to stock to lunch. Even simple things for yourself and advice healthy eating that way. But you know she she would buy and she wouldn't know whether it was right but it was. You know she could eat it. What should she do with it. How she cut it. And so i think not a understanding that one should not make assumptions. Wrong food Also a walking people through a simple thing like what you can how you can make a vinaigrette and save on the attic calories the added sodium the it front end expensive sound addressing. Just simple things that you can walk them through really make different so I tend to meet me like you. Said the person where they're at if they're interested in something from iveta out bring in but i wouldn't say it's the.

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"naidoo" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

The Darin Olien Show

07:23 min | 10 months ago

"naidoo" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show

"Inspire you to we talk about all kinds of topics from amping up your diets improving your wellbeing to the mindblowing stories behind the human experienced and the people that are striving to save us and our incredible planet. We've investigate some of life's fatal conveniences. You know those things that we are told might be good for us. Put totally aren't so here's making better choices. And the small tweaks in your life that i'm out to big changes for you and the people around you and the planet. Let's do this. This is my show. The darren lean. Show everybody welcome to the show. Thanks for tuning in. This is a great episode. I'm stoked you're here. This is an emerging time new year. Come on we have to focus on what's good in our lives full of gratitude full of what we can do. There is so much we can do to improve our health to improve our life and to move forward then so everything you're putting in your mouth every circle of people you're surrounding yourself with or that you're surrounded by the choices we can make the chemicals. We can avoid from all these fatal conveniences. There's so much we can do to improve our lives and especially staying away for mainstream media staying away from thinking that governments and politicians have your best interest. I think we absolutely know that that does not exist. Our whole democracy is shaking. I don't care who is up front. Everyone is authentic from my point of view. So let's go inside. Let's be authentic and express that in the world in actions that support your health your life and the environment and do good in the world become kind be kind humans as we move forward so that we can truly live a super life. That's what it's all about. That's what i'm all about. And that's what my guests are all about. And i love this next guest. Dr uma naido as a md. She wrote this incredible book. We talk a little bit about this. Is your brain on foods or really now talking about the things that intersect between how you feel how your body's working how your brain's working on what you're putting in your mouth. Well i could talk forever. Scott this incredible background. She's a michelin star. Chef right but also has got this parv train. Psychiatry background so as you can see now this intersection between food and psychiatry in the brain ben a professional chef and also nutrition specialists so she took what she was doing in the world In loving food and she has this background of how these interactions work within the brain from the nutrition standpoint. Choose internationally recognized as a medical pioneer by your colleagues wall street journal. Abc news harvard health group goop many others. He's been all over. The world impacting food. The mood mental health conditions but she's the first hospital based clinical service in nutritional psychology in the us so that is really exciting. She's director of nutritional lifestyle. Psychiatry at massachusetts general hospital. This woman is no joke. This woman is a bad ass. I love her. She is so great so sweet but yet she's got all this background Says many awards. American psychiatric association leader in this development of physicians and scientists at harvard. Like i tell you what Looking into all conditions especially adhd ocd anxiety and depression disorders. So you have to tune in this mental health. Episode is specific around how powerful food is how powerful nutrients are all powerful. Nutrition is and. I just really enjoyed this conversation so please enjoy this incredible conversation with this incredible woman. Dr emma naidoo really excited for this conversation because i think their work the harvard trained psychiatrist but now kind of this nutritional aspect as being a chef in your really this interesting blend of really taking food as medicine to this interesting in next level and i i just love all of the different aspects that you really get into from depression from. Ptsd to this interaction that we have too many other subjects in anxiety specially now more than ever with your background of being trained in all of these different ways. It's like you're you kind of the perfect person to start having a very clear and intellectual but common sense approach to like. We've all heard this. We've all want not that. We want to believe it. We know on a deep level. But you're actually breaking it down at doing the research and taking the colors of fruit and understanding like the in vegetables and really making an argument that it really is medicine and so this this incredible book And i've got most of the way through it but it's it's a you know i've gotta certainly got a stack of books lately. So this is your brain on On food what an accomplishment. Congratulations um insulin. So curious when that kind of light bulb moment happened. Was that even before. Psychiatry was that during it was after studies. Like how did you kind of curious as to win that a pithy moment happen for you about how powerful food is on the brain and the body. Thank you and i thank you for hosting me and for your kind words about the book. You're actually taking away exactly what i'm intend for any person reading it. Which is that. It's about getting sensible connections but not just rolling is a doctor on your titians tells me salad is actual drink since for the colors of the rainbow and the solid but transient question down and the light bulb moment about putting together. The powell of nutrition with mental wellbeing happened early on windows. Avai young resident in ed hobbit and a patient yelled at me.

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"naidoo" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

06:09 min | 10 months ago

"naidoo" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"The leave with a list of ten things and feel overwhelmed and not succeed. It's it's a it's a. It's a slow and steady plan and one building block leads to the next. So those are my most important takeaways. Wonderful now typically. How long does it take for people to start noticing some changes and and really seeing that. Wow my food is really impacting. My mental health. I have people start to contact me after a week and say i'm really noticing a change. I'm randy noticing that I'm increasing the salads that i eat and the greens and the veggies and i'm noticing that i'm just feeling lighter i'm sleeping better. Just simple things Because many but they're also people because a lot of it may involve gut healing three weeks. It could be three months. It could take much longer so part of it is understanding that you will start to feel better. It won't be immediate but usually within one week two months people's not to notice some changes which are positive and the moment that they feel that they feel the income to continue on the path and admiral building blocks to what they feel. They can do wonderful. We're living in some very interesting times. Were back over. Nineteen and we know that there is definitely a connection. Correlation with this whole endemic and mental health. So what's your your take on in your view. What of these thing. It might my biggest concern Is that mental. Health is budgeting and listening. much more during colbert not only has had been shown in statistics and has been a shortage way back in june on zoloft otherwise called such warning Meaning that you know. The prescriptions will also proven in other studies to show that the prescriptions insomnia and anxiety and depression through the roof for individuals. Who hadn't gotten prescriptions. Before for those conditions they on shortage and then the cdc released some face. Gary results accurate but scary. And what was given to me as a psychiatrist with that. It showed eleven percent of of people in the. Us considered suicide doing copen. Eleven own sent considered suicide so that was troubling to me because it spoke to how hidden it is it spoke to how people may be suffering in our midst and we may not realize that they just not coping with this what we call it the new normal or the the way that life has now become the way reliving what you know however you describe it to yourself new family. Many people suffering from me. I think the autumn of two things not only the ongoing uncertainty. And perhaps you've been fortunate not to have had coded but it's also individuals who survived covert and their mental health consequences of that. We need to attend to as well and while we are continuing via studying that we want to know. How are people going to recover. I've had individuals. Tell me that. They've struggled with memory after recovering from a margaret Sort of a moderate episode of kobe and that they didn't feel as quick on their feet. they just they. They found themselves trying to remember information. So i know that there's much much more out there that we need to discover and understand to also help people who survived. Covert and their mental wellbeing. Plus those of us who have not fortunately have not had covert but they're they're these Unfortunately overwhelming symptoms that are happening to. Wow it's a famous. Mike post traumatic stress syndrome. Or you're absolutely it really is. I couldn't agree more you. So how can people find you and find your book and get all this phone information. Thank you so much sue. Follow me on social media which is at d. r. u. m. a. n. a. i. d. Oh my book can be found on my website or book salads online such as amazon and others as well as your local bookstores. my website is who my naidoo. Md dot com u. m. a. n. a. i. d. o. Md dot com to subscribe to a newsletter because we send you updates with helpful at research in new information and hosting my first holiday training starting in december. And the reason. I'm doing it. Is that to to two big reasons one. We had an overwhelming outreach of individuals asking to be seen for consultations and my team. And i decided it was too too many individual consultations but could stop to offer a live session In fact we put a series together with me doing some teaching and then during some live coup of questions answers with people who want to do that kind of almost training class but also information the second reason and more important reason was i don't want i did want people to feel in january all depleted and exhausted not feeling good after the holidays. Why not be take a mental health as we go into the holidays still have fun Maybe thrown if you're healthy recipes and tips on how to how to do it a little bit better but rather than deal with the aftermath. Why not go into it with the with the healthy attitude. I've i felt that was important in so we decided to do short at brand new training and we hope people will join very good very helpful. I'm sure docudrama. Thank you so much for your time. And you're you're very busy. Doctor in cruciate are doing for the health and wellness of our community out there. So thank you for joining us. Thank you so much. I really appreciated speaking to dr. Be till next time sending you a big healing heart up by for now..

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"naidoo" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"naidoo" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"In this more newly recognized. Feel so what an amazing feeling. Thank you so much for all the work that you do. You've got to list of credentials <hes>. You're working with mass general. Harvard medical school serving on faculty list goes on and on you've been featured in wall street journal. Abc news harbor fresh goop and many others. And i'm really excited about having you on the show because your topic and your <hes>. Focus on nutritional. Psychiatry is such an important part of health and healing. So thank you so much dr <unk>. For being with us. Thank you so much for that. Lovely and kind introduction really appreciate the invitation and showing my work and and i'm standing admiration of the work you do as well so thank you for that. Thank you so. Let's i always like to start the podcast with the pain to passion. You know what was it in you that really triggered that desire to go down that half of traditional archery and you pretty much invented that term. I think <hes>. You know. I i think in the united states. Suddenly there aren't many practitioners and this isn't a clinic so people have been kind enough to regard me and consider me a pioneer here that <hes>. You know my johnny really began a back with my family. When i was a child there was always food love. Nutrition and nurturance lodge indian family many cooks in the kitchen <hes>. But also many medical doctors and are practitioners of this that balance combination of science and nutrition but also nurturance and always brought that forward with me. And when i choose to study. Psychiatry is what most appealed to me. I found that the conversation. That really almost was part of my dna. In i mean within hindu roots it was always the mind body soul connection. There was always meditation. Mindfulness was proud of how we were raised. How we understood at spirituality sudden seventy my background was part of that. And so i felt it was a missing hot <hes>. When i spoke with patients and it was a young resident in training. And i was learning you to the power of this prescription pad and i was really feeling that they in addition to that they needed more mechanisms to feel better and knew that medical school has this gap for most of us at some medical stool school. String better than others but but many a hostile behind. And i certainly didn't have enough of that. And i felt that that was something i wanted to learn. I will say that you know psychiatry. I loved i. Loved filling in that gap of nutrition but going to culinary school was a pure passion project because it was really about julia child being my food hero when i couldn't cook only lend to later life because they will always matters grandmothers. You know ons older siblings in the kitchen. And i would always be around but i learned how to because i loved signs but it really wasn't expected to cook in lodge in family and so my journey began later but my companion <hes>. On public television was julia child and she helped me gain the confidence. Because i had moved far away from home and <hes>. You know it was something that that i had learned to read about. Her life followed recipes realized. She had done this much later in life in his second. Create with autocrat to me. Why not me. And that's really how these these pieces came together for me. But they unexpectedly and in a way that i feel fortunate from very very good so essential number. Four in the seventy central system is to heal the emotional than we often talk about <hes>. Mind action slow internet nutshell house. Our diet impacts are mood in our feelings. Our thoughts will. It's exactly as you just don't politically. It's it's the fact that many you know when we go on to talk to our doctors zip positions we have conversations about a family. His trip diabetes. So we have conversation about. I gained weight after the holidays. So you know what about my cholesterol. How should i eat. But we're not talking about food in the brain and that's where the emerging <hes>. Evidence around the gut brain connection which has occurred over quite some time <hes>. Really fills that gap you know the gut and brain originate from the exact same cells in the embryo. And then they remain connected throughout life by the vegas nov the tenth cranial nerve which connects the gut to the brain and the brain to the gut and simpson's a two way superhighway to chemical messages and other things to travel back and forth.

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How Food Affects Your Emotions with Dr. Naidoo

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

04:54 min | 10 months ago

How Food Affects Your Emotions with Dr. Naidoo

"In this more newly recognized. Feel so what an amazing feeling. Thank you so much for all the work that you do. You've got to list of credentials You're working with mass general. Harvard medical school serving on faculty list goes on and on you've been featured in wall street journal. Abc news harbor fresh goop and many others. And i'm really excited about having you on the show because your topic and your Focus on nutritional. Psychiatry is such an important part of health and healing. So thank you so much dr For being with us. Thank you so much for that. Lovely and kind introduction really appreciate the invitation and showing my work and and i'm standing admiration of the work you do as well so thank you for that. Thank you so. Let's i always like to start the podcast with the pain to passion. You know what was it in you that really triggered that desire to go down that half of traditional archery and you pretty much invented that term. I think You know. I i think in the united states. Suddenly there aren't many practitioners and this isn't a clinic so people have been kind enough to regard me and consider me a pioneer here that You know my johnny really began a back with my family. When i was a child there was always food love. Nutrition and nurturance lodge indian family many cooks in the kitchen But also many medical doctors and are practitioners of this that balance combination of science and nutrition but also nurturance and always brought that forward with me. And when i choose to study. Psychiatry is what most appealed to me. I found that the conversation. That really almost was part of my dna. In i mean within hindu roots it was always the mind body soul connection. There was always meditation. Mindfulness was proud of how we were raised. How we understood at spirituality sudden seventy my background was part of that. And so i felt it was a missing hot When i spoke with patients and it was a young resident in training. And i was learning you to the power of this prescription pad and i was really feeling that they in addition to that they needed more mechanisms to feel better and knew that medical school has this gap for most of us at some medical stool school. String better than others but but many a hostile behind. And i certainly didn't have enough of that. And i felt that that was something i wanted to learn. I will say that you know psychiatry. I loved i. Loved filling in that gap of nutrition but going to culinary school was a pure passion project because it was really about julia child being my food hero when i couldn't cook only lend to later life because they will always matters grandmothers. You know ons older siblings in the kitchen. And i would always be around but i learned how to because i loved signs but it really wasn't expected to cook in lodge in family and so my journey began later but my companion On public television was julia child and she helped me gain the confidence. Because i had moved far away from home and You know it was something that that i had learned to read about. Her life followed recipes realized. She had done this much later in life in his second. Create with autocrat to me. Why not me. And that's really how these these pieces came together for me. But they unexpectedly and in a way that i feel fortunate from very very good so essential number. Four in the seventy central system is to heal the emotional than we often talk about Mind action slow internet nutshell house. Our diet impacts are mood in our feelings. Our thoughts will. It's exactly as you just don't politically. It's it's the fact that many you know when we go on to talk to our doctors zip positions we have conversations about a family. His trip diabetes. So we have conversation about. I gained weight after the holidays. So you know what about my cholesterol. How should i eat. But we're not talking about food in the brain and that's where the emerging Evidence around the gut brain connection which has occurred over quite some time Really fills that gap you know the gut and brain originate from the exact same cells in the embryo. And then they remain connected throughout life by the vegas nov the tenth cranial nerve which connects the gut to the brain and the brain to the gut and simpson's a two way superhighway to chemical messages and other things to travel back and forth.

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"naidoo" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

04:54 min | 10 months ago

"naidoo" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"In this more newly recognized. Feel so what an amazing feeling. Thank you so much for all the work that you do. You've got to list of credentials <hes>. You're working with mass general. Harvard medical school serving on faculty list goes on and on you've been featured in wall street journal. Abc news harbor fresh goop and many others. And i'm really excited about having you on the show because your topic and your <hes>. Focus on nutritional. Psychiatry is such an important part of health and healing. So thank you so much dr <unk>. For being with us. Thank you so much for that. Lovely and kind introduction really appreciate the invitation and showing my work and and i'm standing admiration of the work you do as well so thank you for that. Thank you so. Let's i always like to start the podcast with the pain to passion. You know what was it in you that really triggered that desire to go down that half of traditional archery and you pretty much invented that term. I think <hes>. You know. I i think in the united states. Suddenly there aren't many practitioners and this isn't a clinic so people have been kind enough to regard me and consider me a pioneer here that <hes>. You know my johnny really began a back with my family. When i was a child there was always food love. Nutrition and nurturance lodge indian family many cooks in the kitchen <hes>. But also many medical doctors and are practitioners of this that balance combination of science and nutrition but also nurturance and always brought that forward with me. And when i choose to study. Psychiatry is what most appealed to me. I found that the conversation. That really almost was part of my dna. In i mean within hindu roots it was always the mind body soul connection. There was always meditation. Mindfulness was proud of how we were raised. How we understood at spirituality sudden seventy my background was part of that. And so i felt it was a missing hot <hes>. When i spoke with patients and it was a young resident in training. And i was learning you to the power of this prescription pad and i was really feeling that they in addition to that they needed more mechanisms to feel better and knew that medical school has this gap for most of us at some medical stool school. String better than others but but many a hostile behind. And i certainly didn't have enough of that. And i felt that that was something i wanted to learn. I will say that you know psychiatry. I loved i. Loved filling in that gap of nutrition but going to culinary school was a pure passion project because it was really about julia child being my food hero when i couldn't cook only lend to later life because they will always matters grandmothers. You know ons older siblings in the kitchen. And i would always be around but i learned how to because i loved signs but it really wasn't expected to cook in lodge in family and so my journey began later but my companion <hes>. On public television was julia child and she helped me gain the confidence. Because i had moved far away from home and <hes>. You know it was something that that i had learned to read about. Her life followed recipes realized. She had done this much later in life in his second. Create with autocrat to me. Why not me. And that's really how these these pieces came together for me. But they unexpectedly and in a way that i feel fortunate from very very good so essential number. Four in the seventy central system is to heal the emotional than we often talk about <hes>. Mind action slow internet nutshell house. Our diet impacts are mood in our feelings. Our thoughts will. It's exactly as you just don't politically. It's it's the fact that many you know when we go on to talk to our doctors zip positions we have conversations about a family. His trip diabetes. So we have conversation about. I gained weight after the holidays. So you know what about my cholesterol. How should i eat. But we're not talking about food in the brain and that's where the emerging <hes>. Evidence around the gut brain connection which has occurred over quite some time <hes>. Really fills that gap you know the gut and brain originate from the exact same cells in the embryo. And then they remain connected throughout life by the vegas nov the tenth cranial nerve which connects the gut to the brain and the brain to the gut and simpson's a two way superhighway to chemical messages and other things to travel back and forth.

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How Food Affects Your Emotions with Dr. Naidoo

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

04:54 min | 10 months ago

How Food Affects Your Emotions with Dr. Naidoo

"In this more newly recognized. Feel so what an amazing feeling. Thank you so much for all the work that you do. You've got to list of credentials You're working with mass general. Harvard medical school serving on faculty list goes on and on you've been featured in wall street journal. Abc news harbor fresh goop and many others. And i'm really excited about having you on the show because your topic and your Focus on nutritional. Psychiatry is such an important part of health and healing. So thank you so much dr For being with us. Thank you so much for that. Lovely and kind introduction really appreciate the invitation and showing my work and and i'm standing admiration of the work you do as well so thank you for that. Thank you so. Let's i always like to start the podcast with the pain to passion. You know what was it in you that really triggered that desire to go down that half of traditional archery and you pretty much invented that term. I think You know. I i think in the united states. Suddenly there aren't many practitioners and this isn't a clinic so people have been kind enough to regard me and consider me a pioneer here that You know my johnny really began a back with my family. When i was a child there was always food love. Nutrition and nurturance lodge indian family many cooks in the kitchen But also many medical doctors and are practitioners of this that balance combination of science and nutrition but also nurturance and always brought that forward with me. And when i choose to study. Psychiatry is what most appealed to me. I found that the conversation. That really almost was part of my dna. In i mean within hindu roots it was always the mind body soul connection. There was always meditation. Mindfulness was proud of how we were raised. How we understood at spirituality sudden seventy my background was part of that. And so i felt it was a missing hot When i spoke with patients and it was a young resident in training. And i was learning you to the power of this prescription pad and i was really feeling that they in addition to that they needed more mechanisms to feel better and knew that medical school has this gap for most of us at some medical stool school. String better than others but but many a hostile behind. And i certainly didn't have enough of that. And i felt that that was something i wanted to learn. I will say that you know psychiatry. I loved i. Loved filling in that gap of nutrition but going to culinary school was a pure passion project because it was really about julia child being my food hero when i couldn't cook only lend to later life because they will always matters grandmothers. You know ons older siblings in the kitchen. And i would always be around but i learned how to because i loved signs but it really wasn't expected to cook in lodge in family and so my journey began later but my companion On public television was julia child and she helped me gain the confidence. Because i had moved far away from home and You know it was something that that i had learned to read about. Her life followed recipes realized. She had done this much later in life in his second. Create with autocrat to me. Why not me. And that's really how these these pieces came together for me. But they unexpectedly and in a way that i feel fortunate from very very good so essential number. Four in the seventy central system is to heal the emotional than we often talk about Mind action slow internet nutshell house. Our diet impacts are mood in our feelings. Our thoughts will. It's exactly as you just don't politically. It's it's the fact that many you know when we go on to talk to our doctors zip positions we have conversations about a family. His trip diabetes. So we have conversation about. I gained weight after the holidays. So you know what about my cholesterol. How should i eat. But we're not talking about food in the brain and that's where the emerging Evidence around the gut brain connection which has occurred over quite some time Really fills that gap you know the gut and brain originate from the exact same cells in the embryo. And then they remain connected throughout life by the vegas nov the tenth cranial nerve which connects the gut to the brain and the brain to the gut and simpson's a two way superhighway to chemical messages and other things to travel back and forth.

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"naidoo" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

03:36 min | 11 months ago

"naidoo" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast

"Interesting and what's interesting to me is. There are still specialties. And i know some people talk about the t shape market or whatever the shape skill set. And i like to say you know. I'm trying to learn different things. But i'm not good at everything you know. I mean i'm doing some graphic design. But i wouldn't call myself a graphic designer dabbling in technology but i wouldn't call myself a marketing technologist. I was actually talking to somebody today. And they were hiring for ahead of content marketing ahead of product marketing and ahead of something else. I wouldn't say it was consumer marketing. And the only thing i could think about how progressive i mean there are actually understanding that there is a difference in those three things now co naidoo product marketing to an extent right but from those three things i just mentioned would i be best at the head of content marketing as opposed to head of product marketing. One hundred percent no doubt in my mind so we can't all be good at everything and we can't albeit the same advanced level necessary. We also just may not have the time. yeah. I think that's a big component. I know my team right now. Myself plus four other people and actually in the process of looking for director of client services role. Right now If i could find the right fit there that'd be something we'll try to do as we are looking forward to twenty twenty one and Hopefully a much better year than two thousand twenty has been but for everyone but But that being said Idea of breaking down the rolls to a certain level that going back to saying though before about everyone was in marketing having more technologically savvy if they don't consider themselves a marketing technologist those roles. As you mentioned. I remember all three. You said but those three roles or in my company people that i have in my business the different rules. I'm hiring the certain expected level of marketing technology understanding. Just even be get in the door of the roles as you were speaking about so yeah. You may niche in any given area in in those roles but you still have to have a certain base. I think it's become more of the expectation. What i've perceived Ask certain level of company a made larger size company now back on the other side of the spectrum say small business or start up or kind of moderate sized businesses in. That's regarding a lot of. We do a lot of work around helping them because they don't have the specialist in place for maybe got the marketing person. It's over work. They don't have enough capacity to do all the stuff or maybe they have a little bit of technical understanding but they get they get stuck at some point the variable. Get the livestream work. But they can't get this this to work and they want to integrate or something So there's also that whole end of the spectrum as well And that's kind of speeds up is far as advanced processing fee to further the chieter office larger absolutely and so of course the i still think it's of a joke when people ask me who who on the team should play the role of digital analysts. Say well who on the team plays the role of writer and everybody of courses while the writer like well say for analyst..

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"naidoo" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"naidoo" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"I extract from this particular experimental platform if it breaks naidoo What are essentially trivial things to the real world environment that disease so so that the challenge that biomedicine has has no way of deciding what is similar between this system and this other system right. They do it in a very kind of descriptive. Sword of way But it isn't rigorous it's not objective right so when you take a mouse right and you do something to it and then you say okay. What is the essential mouse. -ness of this particular representation of what we think is happening. That would allow me to say what is going on. This mouse is similar to this other mouse. Right so we want to be able to have some mechanism of of conserving. what is similar when we look at it in different types of. Let's call them trajectories so this goes back to the the idea of multiple trajectories from saint similar. Rules is at the core of agent based mom where you can have exactly the same sorts of rules which you can have multiple different behavioral trajectories based on all sorts of individual. Perturbations are to that. Object over top so my contention yes. I'll just going to save so again for for my own understanding so he the biomedical research as you mentioned Because the systems that they're attempting to manipulate Do influence are so complex. Day just They just do experiments. They just look at the data. And what what you're seeing is said. The league produce ably of those experiments are not not very high winds. You get what you're seeing is that you can abstract that mathematically you can have fact that mathematically than perhaps you can improve the reproducibility experiment right so so. Let's let's take out the example of bad data right. So that's there's no measurement error but you have two different mouse experiments that are performed by different post. Docs and you get two sets of data. That are very different now. You don't have measurement error now. You haven't done the right protocol or something like that. But the fact is that mouse is able to produce that data whenever this did to it able to generate that data right so and this is this is one of the novel heart. This idea is that you actually want.

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"naidoo" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"naidoo" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Down by helping your knees down on their passions McDonald things what they on what they love and see how we can monetize that and move them from there cuz it's so it's so easy to waste our lives doing things that we're really not cut out for or like you said before and I loved I loved the phrase, you know the term it doesn't light you up. It's just a fantastic now off when people do want to connect with you and they do find you I guess a couple of things. Where is the best place to make that initial contact with you? And once they do what is thought process that you step them through from there? The best place to find these on Facebook and Instagram do you see I do have my own website as well and the steps that I take them through. So normally I don't do an hour's Discovery call with them to see where good fit and if they decide after we have a announced that there were a good fit and they would like to sign on with me. I send them a contract as well as a discovery form where they fill out a form see where they want to be what they want to achieve. So we have a better understanding of where they are and where they want to go to and what they want to achieve from the sessions and we moved from there something yeah. This has just been an absolute. I have nerve a call, you know, there's more than just the business office. There's more than just the personal side and for everybody was on the call today as is the case. I will be making sure that the links for you to find a job. Which are made available below this post no matter where you find this call. You are going to find a link or two back to sirisha and sirisha with all that being said, I have had an absolute blast of a Time spending some time with you on the my future business show today. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. I just want to say one thing. It's never too late to change your life..

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"naidoo" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"naidoo" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Yeah because lots of them just have negative Spirals and are being wage going into overthinking and frustration within themselves, which is just preventing them from moving forward. So yes, I do keep them accountable and lots of the clients do come back for these one-off sessions. Some of them come back in just for three sessions so I can help them check where they are and push them forward. I'm also do mental and keep accountable and the coaches. Yes, so that that's something I also do and I have done in the past as well for coaches was just building their business office then also coaches who are already quite established by just want that extra push an account can't go and Destroy cake and keep that momentum up now sirisha. I have a dog Sorry, I have myself and accountability coach and my own Mentor. So it does push you forward and you know, it holds you accountable to achieve that much more. Do you find that from a business side? Once you help people get I guess more purpose and meaning back in their life professionally that it improves. Their private lives is is there a knock-on effect. We definitely definitely because it gives them their balance because as part of our sessions, we also discuss the importance of a work-life balance, but most importantly when you're working for yourself, especially for the small SM. He's you know about exercising self-care. I'm taking that time out either way nature enjoy something that you do whether it's just a walk and I do teach my clients about journaling, you know meditation not all of them are open to these Old Town. Add methods. Yeah, but by the end of our twelve sessions six sessions that we have they've taken at least one of those things on board where they're trying to develop a routine that's going to help them with their mindset and then they have found that they are having a better family lives or Better Lives themselves because they are applying whatever changes are may have something to do. It's like, you know, whether it's changing their self talk or changing their language. Learning and applying.

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"naidoo" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"naidoo" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"All of that together. We having my own legal practice to whether to working with corporate and as well as having a business sense in still by my parents, I work with my parents from the time of age sixteen to twenty three and their business has given me that interpreter of mindset that business mindset and I'm really focused and pushing other people's businesses and I come up with and in a way I do but I kind of really brilliant ideas on birth. Push their business to the next level and find out it's kind of like doing audit where they are. Yep, and then the the mindset the push as well as the goal setting off to move their business to the next level, whether it's to grow their clients or whether it's just to get a bigger presence. I'm able to help them face their fears and that and move forward that when it comes to the business coaching and then when it comes to the the other coaching that I do I help people primarily with anxiety divorce overwhelm people that are stuck in the ignition ships, you know, not sure whether they want to take the plunge of divorce people did dealing with imposter syndrome things like that. So it seems too happy hour quite a wide spectrum of clients that I have but you always told in the coaching industry. You need to have a niche and mine and why I say mindset and transformation, I believe that if you have a positive mindset dead. It can impact every area of your life including including your help your wealth and your relationships when you have that positive mindset. I think you can conquer anything and it's about opening your mind to change your world. So whether it's you're struggling with anxiety imposter syndrome confidence issues self-esteem. It's all about changing your mindset. That is why we can't have nice myself to be a a mindset and transformation coach and I believe that you can transform your life my transforming your mindset. Yeah, it's it's pretty powerful stuff, you know, and you talked about auditing for me. That's a snapshot in time of somebody's business. So let's talk about the business side for a moment. And then let's talk about the life-coaching side. If we're taking a snapshot in somebody's business and you say hey look this is what you are right now. And this is what you need to do to get the results that you're after you must have to I guess Forge and maintained relationships with people long-term with would that be fair wage? Yes hundred percent. They always come back for we have what I call a jump start accession if they need it because I teach them how to to leverage the existing. Existing strengths to achieve faster results if I can say that yeah and to eliminate any self-sabotaging behaviors that they may have at that time then help them move forward within their business because it could be just procrastinating because I want them to see themselves from where they are now and where they can be. I just eliminating those few things and help them determine what's inhibiting their their performances to gain new confidence to take that leak or that boost that they may need. So, that's what we do and then we do look at their businesses from a different perspective because they may look at it in one angle and because of a limiting self-belief or change a self-sabotaging behavior. They may be Lacking the confidence to take that leap. It may not necessarily be risky, but maybe just doing for example something as silly as going on social media or now advertising and marketing more off or maybe doing sponsored.

"naidoo" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"naidoo" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"You know to allow yourself to be the best version that you can be and that you can unlock the full potential and you know changing your mindset is not easy as one of the most powerful things you can do and it's all about learning where your negative mindset is and just moving that one step forward wage. And once you do you feel so empowered to make changes and you stop seeking out the positives, you know, yeah and doing this can often turn your entire life around now you were you mentioned before that. You were out of the workplace for some time is is that correct? That's correct. So I used to work. In a medical administration on the corporate side legal side in South Africa and when my husband at the time got a job for 6 months in Frankfurt. I took unpaid leave for my job and move over with him and then he was made permanent. So I resigned from my position and became a you know, just stayed home and we decided to start a family then I mean I just, you know, you spend my days to it and all the museums. We live nearby. It was really lovely by the miss my family a lot. And then we moved from from Frankfurt over to London with the same company and by then I had a nine month old baby and we decided was best for me to stay at home. So I looked after my daughter then we had another daughter and then I decided to start doing courses took out courses. I did Pottery interior design cupcake making icing you can be really domesticated mom knowing all those kind of it enjoyed it. Yeah. I got a bit frustrated. Ya Dead. I mean study investing myself doing the odd costs in finance, you know, you know a little bit about corporate law doing this thing. Of course. Yeah, they're project management things like that, but still not being is primarily a stay-at-home mom. Try to do a bit of MLM marketing that in and out and then my husband and I split up in probably we have some back problems around 2014 and I started investing myself even more in training and that's when I complete my diploma through Manchester business office and from there. So I was a stay-at-home mom for many many years and I can tell you if I could do it anybody else can and this brings us to really the core of the cold doesn't it? Serious. You're in terms of being out of the workplace losing that sense of I guess Direction, I guess losing a little bit of confidence and and knowing in yourself that you can do it and this is really what your name. Coaching is a business slash life coaching offerings about on if we can talk a little bit about that and the process of behind it..

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"naidoo" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"naidoo" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"I cannot think possible and has given me opportunities and that was the opportunity to speak on stage in front of eight hundred people at one of these events. It was it was life changing for me and it really got me out of my comfort zone in so many ways so that I'm so much more confident teaching job code and doing all sorts of different kinds of work, you know so far since I've been with him I've done besides talking on stage and speaking on stage of her on my own event. It's my own workshops my own online trainings about to launch a new online training next month. So yeah, it's been an amazing journey and I have to say the people that I've met along the way at all the different conferences and events that I've attended because I genuinely believe in personal self development. And I invest in myself all the time. I belong to the association of coaching and the EMC which is the European Memphis called coaching Council and we always do cpd's there which is continuous professional development and I'm always learning at the moment. I'm learning about emotional intelligence in the workplace. So it's just never you know, I don't ever get bored of it. It's something I love and it's it lights me up and I just enjoy all the people I've met along in my journey, if the people I've I've made relationships with on Facebook and Linkedin and you know, I chat to them often and we've had off line chats online chat log. And it's been really amazing the people I've met around the world and also being able to have coaching clients across the globe. It's amazing. I have clients in South Africa, but then I've got a class went and climbed in France. So, you know, no borders. I know and it's amazing that you can do that and you can still reach out to the people even though it's off on Zoom or Skype or because of teams it's all about getting your clients the results and you know, it's not about yourself is even it's about.

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"naidoo" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"naidoo" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"It's wonderful to have you here and you know, what's thank you so very much for supporting the show. It really does make all of the difference down that it's making a difference for you. Now on today's show. I'm with sirisha Naidu. Welcome to the show stewardship. I read thank you very much for having me here. It's such a pleasure to be here. I'll look the pleasure is all mine. Now you and I were just talking briefly offline about little bits about your life and what's been going on in your local area. And I'd like to I guess open that up a little bit more that discussion about your background and ultimately moving towards the discussion about business and entrepreneurialism and all of the things that you've experienced in your life. But I think first first of all if we could start off where with where you're located and what do you like to do when you're not working is Eric? I'm located in Brentwood in Essex England and I'm from South Africa originally. So I've been living here in England for sixteen years and prior to that for almost three years in Frankfurt. I moved over with my husband at the time and landed up here and I loved I loved London and love England. I love the lifestyle and yeah coming back to your question about what I love to do when I'm not working in your regular activities in my Recreation time, which is I'm juggling at the moment cuz I'm building my business page him and I love lifting heavy weights. Other than that. I love walking my dog. Fantastic. I love walking my dog. We have lots of little forests near a little plots of former the areas and we have three big forests near where I live. So it's beautiful out there and we in Autumn at the moment and you can get to see all the different shades of the leaves off. Really connect with nature and I love that. I love the Autumn season. I also love dressing up for the winter. I like to think I'm a little bit of a fashionista. So yeah, thank you very much for opening up cut off. I was like to do this because it just opens up the conversation to how it is that you became I guess involved in the in the sphere of business that you have. Now, you are obviously a life coach. You're a consultant you're a business owner. You've also studied law at the University of Manchester. Is that correct? And so I have a two legal degrees and I was a I'm a qualified lawyer. Yes, but I qualified in South Africa, right? And and.

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"naidoo" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"naidoo" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

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Rob Garnet One More Wave

The Coastal Athlete Program

06:12 min | 1 year ago

Rob Garnet One More Wave

"Welcome back to the coastal. Athlete. Program I'm your host. Shep today. We are joined by very special guests. We are joined by the record surf operations a US Navy veteran. Therapy advocate, a waterman, a good friend of Joe and be good friend of mine, because we're all part of the one more way, family, Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome to the show Rob Garnett Rob. How're you doing? Then fantastic thanks for having me am. Champ and Danny Danny met you before but SHEP. We've talked a couple of times on the phone, so it's cool to be some of the zoom. At least on Zoom. Danny is our producer, and so he's going to be helping out doing the editing and mixing the episode down and things like that Joe is going to be joining the podcast just a minute. He was transitioning from from pork. Chop actually up to his apartment. He's coming back doing some surf therapy sessions. My guess would be out of Pendleton or something like that. As usual on Wednesdays, Joe is on the road living the mission so rob. Before. We get too deep into asking you. Questions I just have to ask when it came time to transition out of your career in the military, did you? When did you know that you wanted to get into surf therapies specifically? And when did you know that like this was going to be a special moment? I. Think when I was so I retired from the navy and two thousand fifteen and so that was kind of win Wave, actually becoming nonprofit, and so I had a couple of buddies Alex and Kyle. We can talk about later. That were trying to get going. They've been doing it kind of. guerrilla-style for before getting official, and so I kind of knew about it before retiring. And then it kind of kicked off. For ME I. I was volunteering here and there with more ways. I had some other gigs so right when I retired I started doing government contracting jobs I did that for a couple years before spending a lot more time volunteering than later coming on. As employees. So, Joe I just ask some general questions. Trying to do is cut those questions and stuff at the back, so feel free to take the lead, and you have the floor sounds it sounds like you talked a bit about something about diving for the navy and then sports. Now we're talking about why I came the navy. Sorry to repeat it, but. I came in hoping to be Navy diver. I've been a commercial diver for about six months in Galveston. Texas after drop Nettie. Collagen thought that'd be a good transition and When I tried to join the navy, they said the Dow closed and that they dove at butts that I should go try that. Sounds like a good idea and so. They had me take a job. That would allow me to go to buds. became a parachute rigger, so I went to school i. By Mos got my. Parachute rigger on. And then off to buds I, not really no one else doing. My parents were hippies so military people. No one wants to be joined. The Navy so really did not get into. So I imagine was a little bit of a surprise to show to buds. Learn what that school was or. Just just the suffer faster not quite ready for nicely. I imagine imagine that's quite interesting. SUFFER FEST! I also can imagine that doing the work that you did. Know you and I kind of a little bit of your background. I've imagine that really helps. Set you up for the mission at one more wave and getting on top of things and getting things moving. You maybe talk a little bit about that. Of maybe some things you learn from the Navy that you apply now at one more. Share just. Learned a lot towards the last couple of years at Miami my time in the service. How can help people in much really from? I've been injured several times while on active duty at spent time at the. At Naiko which I know, you're not talking about for jokes. The National Intrepid Center of Excellence Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic says Maryland runs, and so I started my treatment probably. This is probably two thousand ten zero five years before I retired, and so I have a lot of time to spend time with other folks that had had you know whether it was PGA s or All the kind of things that were happening to people are not super physical, but burying paxil sleep issues, and so I got exposed to lots of different therapies, and I just knew man. This is can't wait to spend more time doing this. And, so I was really excited because I learned all these things in the navy, but how can help other people at learned a lot about the va have across his work for compensation took care people how some days are better than others. Some states are Oracle, and and what? I didn't realize. Your percentage rate affects how you get treated to I was treated well, but I'm on a different ratings on people's. It's tough so I definitely learned a lot, you know. Early on about how to help other people do this and it really as you've seen Joe out. Watch people's faces. When you get to give him some equipment whether it's a board or a boogie board or people that have had nothing. He's got a wet suit like our friends in. Santa Cruz just the amazing transformation that happens. Not only from equipment, but from the community that step we all share the Melcher that we love. Not Picking up cigarette, butts or cleaning off the flight deck, but you know going out von and be talking a little trash, each other encouraging each other and just share. That shared experiences is powerful so. Yeah I definitely can attest that shared experience than to be fair. No ship Naidoo usually pick up cigarette butts, but easily on the beach and they drive us nuts, so that's why. It's quite funny. Were you a surfer before you've got out of the military and got with one more way? Has. Started at middle, school on off and then did it alter the teens long morning. And then took several years off and then kind of into it later on, so yes. We're always at the beaches, kids. We're always bodysurfing. Trying to collect fins like my friend Joe Against. Debbie me and my fin collecting hoarding abilities. That I have for quite

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Creating Antimatter: Matter's "Evil Twin"

Short Wave

07:44 min | 1 year ago

Creating Antimatter: Matter's "Evil Twin"

"Antimatter. I'm so excited to talk to you about antimatter and emily. I know exactly what you're thinking. Anti-matter pods are rigged to blow up the moment we star Trek Right. I mean antivirus. A huge part of Star Trek. All right I know. The Vulcan Salute. Live long and prosper. That's about the extent of my knowledge of Star Trek. But I get your point. Antimatter does kind of sound like science fiction. But it's Real. That's the cool thing. Yes antimatter particles. Are these strange mirror particles to the stuff we see all around us and scientists have made it using a giant particle accelerator in Europe. They're studying it because they hope it can answer some fundamental questions about the universe. Okay not entirely sure I get it but by the end of the episode I assume we all will so today on the show anti-battery what it is how it works and why one scientist has spent decades trying to trap it. Jeff. I have a lot of questions about antimatter. But can you just start with regular matter? What is that? Yeah so a Refresher Viseu. Don't remember regular matter. It's a broad category for everything. So you're madder I matter the studios matter the I I get it matter matter matter. It's a nice thought. Yeah and as matter. We're all made of atoms. So you're a bunch of Adamson the shape of an emily corn on the shape of a Jeff Brumfield now for antimatter. I'm actually going to let another Jeffrey. Who knows a lot more physics? Naidoo answer this one. His name is Jeffrey Angst. And he's a researcher at our House University in Denmark and to Madeira. I think it is kind of an evil twin of the stuff that makes up our everyday world intriguing. Go on it is it is. It's just this kind of opposite matter. It's like this mirror to everything that's around us so antimatter. It's here right now. Yeah I mean it's a little more complicated than that but anti matters real stuff and it exists in our universe and actually before anyone ever even detected it. They predicted it because math. The equations of physics demanded in fact was discovered that way. You know by coming up with a an equation that predicted existence. But nobody was really looking forward and I am not going to attempt to describe the fundamental equations physics on this podcast because I don't really understand them But Hank says the closest analogy. He's got for US mortals to think about. Is this math problem. What's the square root of four two very good? But there's a second solution negative to Aoki because negative negative to four so the way you just went straight to. That's exactly kind of what happened in physics like there were these equations and there was a positive set of solutions for particles and negative side and everyone was like the negative set. What does that even mean? That's nonsense but it turned out there. Were these negative particles. They did exist and they're called antimatter. Oh okay so there's this theoretical idea of antimatter kicking around for awhile. Which kind of explains what it is. But what is it exactly? Here's the thing. It really is opposite matters. So protons do you remember protons. Yeah their positively charged subatomic particles. They are anti. Protons are negatively charged electrons their charged and their anti particles are positively charged. Hey this is kind of amazing. It is kind of amazing. And here's the best part actually lives up to the SCIFI analogy. So just go with your vestigial Sifi brain and I get it emily. You're more of like Colin Firth. Pride and prejudice. Bbc D. You know no shame in it. There isn't there isn't I've seen it probably more times than you have in my life but what do you think happens when matter? Antimatter get when they actually meet okay. If antimatter is the evil twin they fight they dual. They do lake in Jane austen novel. They do well. You're not too far off. I'm going to let the actual experts explain it to you. My her Antimatter tendency to. Cancel each other out. Where's this under certain conditions when to identify articles of matter? Antimatter meet these experts. Jeff Captain Kirk and is that Leonard Nimoy as relationship. Yes total complete absolute annihilation as stock. It is that's right and you're right that Star Trek season one episode twenty seven original track the best track. But here's the thing heavily. It's actually a hundred percent accurate or close. The Universe won't end if antimatter and matter meat. But the two particles disappear in a flash of light. The anti-matter can't exist in the presence of matter. That's where the science fiction stuff comes in. These things really do annihilate each other if you get them together okay. So I've covered a lot of physics over the years and this is pretty much the only case where the sci-fi and the reality match although I will say annihilation is actually a lot less sexy in real life. It's really just annoying to have to deal with something that you have to make and that the universe is trying to destroy and every every every turning point that's hard to be an antimatter physicist I it is. I mean he's literally been doing this since the ninety s and like he does get a little frustrated. All right you said earlier that antimatter. It's here in this universe but this universe is full of matter. I don't see any antimatter lurking around. So where is it if it's exists in theory but it's hard to find in reality. I don't get this you know who else doesn't get it. Every physicist on earth like this is one of the fundamental questions the equation say there should be as much anti matters. There's matter but in practice. Antimatter is actually super hard to find and Hank says nobody knows why there aren't any good ideas about this. I mean physicist. Ducey little. Bits of antimatter here and there. In fact anti electrons I discovered in cosmic rays coming from deep space way back in the nineteen thirties. And actually I've got another natural source of antimatter. Right here in the studio emily in this room. Yes ready yes. Data this banana. What are you talking about? Is this a real episode? This is an episode. About nothing and Tomfoolery. Mom Can I hold the banana to make sure it's real Alex Lane? Yes okay so obviously. The banana is not anti. It's it's matter but here's the thing about bananas. Bananas are full of Potassium. Which is really good for you. But there's also a radioactive isotope of potassium into banana. Call Potassium forty. This is a naturally occurring isotope So some Porsche. The potassium in the banana is potassium. Forty now here's the thing. Potassium forty when it decays eight usually releases an electron but very very very very rarely it releases and anti-electron so if we just hold this banana

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This Day in History: Sarojini Naidu Born February 13, 1879

This Day in History Class

03:38 min | 1 year ago

This Day in History: Sarojini Naidu Born February 13, 1879

"Find US This Day in history. Class is a production of iheartradio. Hey y'all I'm Eve's welcome to this day in history class a show where we one day ship nuggets of history straight to your brain. Your ear hole today is February thirteenth. Twenty twenty the day was February. Thirteen eighteen seventy nine Indian poet and activist fair. Jamie I do with born. Naidoo was also the first Indian woman to be president of the Indian National Congress. Her poetry earned her the nickname. The Nightingale of India do was born in Hyderabad India. Her mother was a poet and her father was a scientist and philosopher. She was the oldest of eight children and some of her siblings were activists and poets. Naidoo spoke several languages and she began writing poetry at an early age. She began attending modulus university age. Twelve several years later she moved to to study at King's college and Girton College there. She became involved in the Campaign for women's suffrage when she returned to India in eighteen ninety eight she married a non brahmin doctor though he was from a different cast. The families approved of the marriage. The couple eventually had several children together. Her First Collection of poems the Golden Threshold was published in nineteen o five that same year the British partitioned Bengal which separated the majority Muslim eastern areas from the largely Hindu western areas. Having gained an interest in politics through her experiences and England. Naidoo turned her attention to the Indian National Congress and Ghandi's non cooperation movement. The Indian National Congress is a political party that formed in eighteen eighty five and was at the forefront of the Indian independence movement. The non cooperation movement was a nonviolent effort to get the British government to grant self governance to India. Naidoo joined the Indian National Congress in Nineteen Zero Five. She travelled around India. Speaking about women's education helping impoverished people nationalism. She met with social and political leaders and artists like Gopal Krishna. Go clea- robin threat. Takur in Sarala Debbie to drawn in one thousand nine. Seventeen Naidoo helped found the women's Indian Association along with Anne bessant Margaret cousins and others in the following years. She continued to argue for women's suffrage and speak out against issues like child marriage and Sati when Hindu widows would earn themselves to death on their deceased husbands funeral pyres

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The Facts You Need to Know About the Amazon Rainforest Fires

The Daily

07:38 min | 2 years ago

The Facts You Need to Know About the Amazon Rainforest Fires

"Arjun pleased to save the rainforest as the amazon burnt. Forest fires are raging in the rainforest. There have been nearly seventy three thousand fires this year already a more than eighty percent increase compared to last year with international crew taste but world is demanding action the french president emmanuel macron has described as an international emergency. You were seeing presidents residents. You're seeing celebrities and actor. Leonardo dicaprio working to help combat the wildfires in the amazon rainforest climate. You were seeing these really alarming posts hosts and these photographs of patches of rainforest on fire. The smoke is traveling far and wide. I think many people understandably were left with the impression that that within a few days amazon was going to be reduced to a pile of ashes the amazon rainforest the so-called lungs of the world are now filling filling with smoke the think in many people's minds there was a clear billion in this directly blaming the record fires in the amazon on brazilian president should the president into brazil jay naidoo who has shifted his government's approach on the environment in a really traumatic way for since scientists warn this could be a devastating blow to the fight against climate change there have been and this is certainly a story about climate change and it's a story about president wilson i do but it's a far imagination origination the amazon forest right this is the save the rainforest camping and does this movement have an effect in brazil it does but but i think it's important to note that it is greeted with very deep skepticism and to an extent paranoia in some circles. I think there's long been of you you among conservative nationalist brazilians that all this outcry about the fate of the rain forest was really a veiled attempt. Take keep brazil from developing its god given potential <hes> i think many brazilians saw these calls to preserve the amazon as infringing fringing its sovereignty and for many years they were pretty dismissive about this and they said that the fate of the amazon was only for brazil and and its neighbors to think about debate about and decide on so what happens to this development of amazon during the nineteen ninety s and the early early two thousands we see deforestation reaching really staggering levels concern around the world. I think reaches a point where the brazilians can no longer ignore what people outside of the country were saying about this so when president lula a leftist is is an office in the early two thousands he appoints a woman who was from the rainforest to serve as his minister of the environment her name is meena arena silva and she came up with a really bold in ambitious plan to reign in deforestation and create more conservation areas you know she was somebody who was lauded across the world for doing something that people thought was almost impossible to sorta stop these loggers and these miners and these farmers from reaching deeper and deeper into the amazon year after year after year and for while brazil was pretty successful

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YouTube Is Giving You More Control Over Video Recommendations

Daily Tech News Show

02:00 min | 2 years ago

YouTube Is Giving You More Control Over Video Recommendations

"All right. Oh, sorry about YouTube YouTube is adding more user controls over recommendations. When you click the three dot menu next to video and shoes. Don't recommend channel or not interested, as well, some other options, that's now going to be a thing YouTube will also show buttons for categories related to the interests when you stroll your interest, rather when you scroll up on the homepage as well as when browsing up next that is to say the link that says up next YouTube is also adding information about why you're seeing a video suggestion. The new controls are rolling out, Android NIO s now with desktop support coming soon, and could bring this fast enough for me. I don't watch recommended videos on YouTube when, when people talk about going down the rabbit hole. I generally stay silent because I know it can happen, and it's happened to me once or twice, but quite often, I'm like, oh, really? No. I don't want this and it keeps happening. And so there's no way for me to tell it not to now the one hand on my will do I want. I mean, that is kind of a safety valve, the gives me from. Wasting time on YouTube, I suppose, but it will be nice to say to those channels that keep being recommended like, no, you've got it all wrong YouTube Naidoo, not want that. Yeah, I have the same same exact problem except minds even weirder. Because I spent a lot of time on YouTube trying to track down weird stuff to play for clips and Sounders. And so if I'm looking for some like old nineteen seventies commercials. And I wanna have some sound clips from his cheesy commercials. Yeah. Yeah. Yesteryear. I'll go do that. And then what happens is YouTube now thinks that's all I care about. So they just send me recommendations. I'm like, I don't I mean, this is great for, if I need to find some more, I suppose, but I'm also pretty adept at searching for what I want what I want when I want it. I don't I'm not gonna just be sitting there going, oh, a Burger King add from nineteen ninety-five. Let's have a look like it doesn't work that way. Give me more of those. Yeah. I think that's I think that's my problem too is. I don't use YouTube enough for entertainment for it to really know what's entertaining for me. Right. I'm finding things for stories and such a good amount.

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"naidoo" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"naidoo" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Remember on my own came out nineteen Eighty-six right about now. Yeah. Remember who's in it nano? You. Remember that voice. You don't know this voice, this Luther say, why guy forgot his name, Michael McDonald? Yes. The woman. Geared. Yeah. I remember this still has a beard is he he's still with us. Yes. Kirk. Why are you trying to kill off Michael McDonald out on a hundred the woman's voice is you don't know that either I think pair of hair Shaq Shaq here. This is Bill because Patty had two songs because this was a thing that we had in college. So everybody was like, hey, what we doing tonight in one of my guys say the patio Bill night talking which means what it means. I'm on my own. So let guys. Yeah. We said we just come up with the craziest things in college. Like, oh, man. That was we we all hanging out tonight. Stop it. Nah, brother. Sorry. Patti LaBelle night means I'm like, I'm not. Got you guys at the Rancho a replay baseball. So no, I don't know love. I'm sure most Kirk Naidoo the Rams pre and post game show. That's a great show is highly rated shows. I love it. Twitter's going crazy when that show we were talking about we talked about it with j b we talked about with mo- tomorrow. We asked the same question. Like who would you like to not see in the second round of the playoffs assuming you could pick your opponent? And they all said the same thing. I don't wanna see Philadelphia. The good news is the Rams won't play Philadelphia. In the second round, the correct? They can't they can't wins. They're going to New Orleans. Right. Okay. If they lose their out, so it doesn't matter. So the Rams are going to get to miss Philly at least in the first round potentially divisional ramp attention, you could see him in an NFC championship environment. But you you look at it and the Rams. In their opponents that they have potentially. I don't think there's anybody. That's terribly scary. Now, they could lose to all of the Seattle could get them. Chicago did get him. Philip did get them down. And Dallas is another one of those teams Raj with all due respect scare me at all. There's one of these teams. There's none. There's no team in the NFC. I don't wanna play those guys even have to go to war Orleans and play against the saints. The Rams got beat by the saints. Okay. With the Rams were right there tied in the fourth quarter thirty five there's nobody. That's really scared me. All right with you. Nobody scares me as well. And we'll learn a lot more this weekend. It's why can't wait for these matchups because you'll learn who is really, you know, contender or pretender obviously the Rams have a week off. They get a chance to get hill up. They get a chance to look at themselves and also reflect on last year's loss in the wildcard round of the playoffs. So to me, I think one of the biggest things for the Rams is not necessarily the opponent, but necessarily the health of Todd Gurley and the one thing that I've always looked at with Sean McVay over the last two years when people look at his coaching style. The one thing that always reverts back traverse, and we know this whenever something goes wrong aware of the Rams lose. What's the first thing? That happens with Sean McVay didn't get Todd Gurley involved in it not get tog early. The darn football in. It's it's become a pattern, and when it becomes a pattern. Like, okay is this almost insanity could say the same thing like it's repeated so to me the health of girl. Is going to be imperative for the Rams obviously in these playoffs. But you know, Raji said he's a he's a Cowboys fan. I get it. But easy Q Elliot realizes that. And he's telling his team he's hyping his Cowboys up saying feed me, you go and a half two feet Z. That's what the Cowboys. So it's about developing your identity. That's what this weekend's about Travers. That's why today's Wednesday, and I'm like, can it be Saturday our ratings than I needed to be here because teams that have an identity. That's what wins last year the ramp as good as they weren't twelve eleven and five AM, I mean, NFC west champions get the home game at the Coliseum. But yet they went away from their identity last year and Atlanta came in which div Sarkissian is the offense coordinator, it was like, well, this is who we are..

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