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"new england journal madison" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That was going to be tough to pass that. When you can't even get through the application process, and you're still trying to prove its health benefits. Um, it It's a tough road to go down and it's it's a road that is not going to be doable for the manufacturer. Um, I'm looking at some data here from the CDC itself. And they said about 15% of adult smokers successfully quit smoking using e cigarettes versus 3.3, who used non cigarette tobacco products like you know something I in a patch or something like that. In the New England Journal. Madison backed him up on this whole thing, too, as well. The CDC, um just last year's 20% of high school students, 5% of middle school students have aped regularly and most have used flavored products. Okay, if that's 20% Of high schools that have done this, But to me, it's a separate argument, right Is that if you eliminate this pathway for adults to Vape, um we, the government already agreed that it helps to Um, allow someone to see smoking. It's the smoking cessation tool can bait it can also be recreational. But I don't think lumping it together with worried about school Children, You know, we have plenty of things that adults can do. Driving, drinking legalized marijuana, recreational marijuana, whatever it might be that we don't want kids to have yet they coexist. Why would this be any different? I have no idea. I was hoping you were going to solve the problem for us. Um you know, wheat, Ohio and federally has gone tobacco 21. So you're no longer a kid buying tobacco. You're 21. We have ID system set up in all of our stores. Electronic age verification. We are doing everything we can to keep it out of the hands of kids are battle is for adult smokers who want to display a choice and how they get their nicotine. Delivered to them and a much safer manner. Um, it makes no sense. There are a lot of people smarter than me trying to figure this out and We're kind of head scratching. Well, I hears. I'm just going to take a stab at this. Jeff. I'm gonna think it's a couple things. First of all, if you're Philip Morris, if your jewel If you're the big guys, you have the resources you have lobbyists. Who can can do a carve out right and and if you have confiscatory application processes were, as you said, millions of pages 7 to $15,000 per flavor. The little guy can't sustain that. That's more market share in a growing market for the big tobacco companies, right big tobacco in that these guys have lost a lot of money from traditional tobacco understand that they see this is a boon for them. To save their businesses, which that's what business people do. I'm not going to vilify big tobacco at all. But the problem is this. The government in cahoots with other alleged public health organizations, whether it's the Lung Association cancer society at all. Um, have joined with the government in vilifying through them vilifying big tobacco companies, And yet they are the ones who are enjoining them and allowing them to have essentially a monopoly and price. The little guy out, which is not only absurd, it's morally bankrupt. It is our bigger battle. I mean, yeah. Big tobacco is there? Yes, There's no doubt Everybody sees that. But our biggest opponents are the American cancer. The Tobacco Free Kids Truth Initiative. They're pouring millions and millions of dollars into this. And I'm just going to say it like this. They're the top executives. Each of those are making six figures. Shouldn't their goal be to eliminate tobacco? We're doing that. No, that's not their gold. Our goal is to sustain themselves like any any big charity or public interest like that, Jeff, if you if you if you get smoking bands enacted across the country were that's fine. I'm fine with that, Um I think there should be a an area where smokers can go and have a cup of coffee and some pancakes or a stake in and do it that way. Where if I want to smoke and eat my food, I should be around and like minded people to be able to do the same, not banned it everywhere. It's ridiculous. Um, but the problem with that, though, is it okay? We banned it. We saw. Yeah. We're winning the well, if you win the war you just now you have essentially legislated yourself out of business. What's the next thing we have to attack If you look at mothers against drunk driving? Yeah. You know, you can't drink a six pack and go driving around the streets of Cincinnati. It's bad for other people. It's bad for you, but mainly for furnace and people who aren't drinking and driving. And yet we've got these these crazy drink drunk driving over I laws. And that's that's the result of mad. I mean, they don't want to get it to zero because that eliminates and they certainly probably don't want to see self driving autonomous vehicles, either, because that hurts their funding. I don't think anything is different with these guys is we don't want to eliminate. We were just looking for the new threat in the new threat. The Boogeyman is what you do and sell Vaping liquids in cartridges, even though there's really not much scientific proof. It's that bad for you, regardless of your age. But it's against the boogie Man. We're just going to take the same template we used for tobacco and use it against you guys. Whether it's the same thing or not, what facts don't matter here. It's about money. It's exactly right. God, we have the proof. We have the studies. We have the fact Royal causes College of Physicians on down to current studies, you know, from Harvard and Yale. Um, it's proven it is better, and it's just being ignored. And it's being ignored because of money. I mean, this is money over health Without a doubt. I think the other thing, too is you're just going to have like anything. You're going to have black market Vape, right? And we kind of saw the effects of this A while ago where people were making their own. You can make your own, I suppose, but if you don't know what you're doing, or you put things in there that shouldn't be in there. That's where the problems of the consumer Got there is not one manufacturing company that does not want to make their product legal. They want to go through this process. They want to prove it. The test is impossible. But what the black market is going to bring is anybody being able to make it in their basement? Quality is going to go down. The standards are going to go down and the health and the issues are going to go through the roof. Then we're going to get blamed for that. That all look see how bad Vaping was. Look what it did. Well, you pushed it to the basement. Prohibition does not work. Do you think all the people and I don't know what the average age of vapors? It seems to be a younger person's game. But I could be wrong about that, Jeff, You know the metrics. You know the demos more than I do, but it's younger people. You really think people are going to stop Vaping because the FDA says or the C D. C says you can't do it anymore. Yeah, nobody stopping. It's got. I will argue with that my customer base for my stores, and we target an adult audience to convert those smokers. Word of 35 38, plus year average of customers. I mean, I have a lot of suit and tie guys, they just finally quit. They enjoy this. Um, it's crazy. What's going on? It's sad. Millions of lives are at risk people When I say younger, I mean, that's it right..

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"new england journal madison" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Well let's talk about it in greater depth. So the pcs canine hollow more presumes that readers gain of function or loss of the most boring data came out of the atherosclerosis risking communities. Study in the medalla heart study and in these particular studies. It was very clear. That number one pcs canine polymorphism. Which there were quite a few. There were many single nuclear type polymorphism but what was clear from. Prospective longitudinal cohort. Studies was that loss of function Zooms were protected. They resulted in lower risk for future cardiovascular events in gain of function mutations resulted in increased risk for future cardiovascular events and if you look the paper published by helen hobbs in the new england journal madison from eric. It was a remarkable feature so pcs canine. Hit the map at it. Became a target of therapy because the size effects resulting from these snaps were also remarkable and so obviously there was something to it and once again it lent further proof to the fact. That ldl reduction is extremely important. So let's take it a step further so if you ask what adverse affects does a loss of function mutation in canine have not if in fact the biggest effect it has is if protective against cardiovascular disease and this has been shown consistently you can look at people who have a double knockout in pcs canine. They have ldl's in the teens. In lower twenties the remarkably resistant tafs grosses. But bottom line is they do not appear to be rendered more vulnerable to other forms of disease that would be life threatening so pcs. Canine clearly was very important. Genetic hollow morphism that helped to further define the relationship between ldl in cardiovascular risk and these prospective longitudinal cohort data suggested that pcs. Canine would be a very potent therapeutic target against which we could leverage risk. The other part of that and again incredible answer dr learning so much here. How have the participants in trials of the lowering therapy with low elliott like what adverse events. But i think honestly you already got to and said that the adverse events were effectively zero in in four area.

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"new england journal madison" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

06:52 min | 4 months ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Return to our normal state of political and cultural warfare here beyond kovic dan but remember the days of baked the cake. Bigot things of that nature. Right yeah Those things will of course return once kovic. Dan is done away with for good In fact poor the apparently only baker and all of denver colorado was just on her show a couple of weeks ago. He's going back to court again right. Yeah so That's why if you're looking for somebody of your religious liberty is imperilled and you're looking for someone with a proven track record of success in that area. How about eighty percent. That's a pretty good success record Alliance defending freedom is where you wanna go. They defend their clients pro bono. But that means they rely on donations from people like us if you'd like to make one go to. Adf legal dot org slash steve again. That's a as an atom d. As in david as in frank eighty legal dot org slash steve. Again that's eighty f- legal dot org slash steve all right. Let's continue on. We're looking at this interview. That dr peter mccullagh from baylor university one of the leading medical researchers thinkers in the country recently gave in dallas texas. We were given permission to use excerpts of this interview. Todd you have chosen the excerpts that you want me to respond to cold here in our monday townhall aaron. What's the next one. This next one says i mentioned my tap out moments because he describes something that was so effectively memory. Hold even i completely forgot about it. So the way went out on hydroxychloroquine and said you know this way with language and assess restricting hydroxy corcoran. Impatient use okay. And so one of the first. Big studies are the block was done in thousands of patients out of Henry ford and it was great news. That hydroxychloroquine was associated with a large reduction in mortality If applied early but the later was applied in the hospital stay. it didn't look patients. Were too far gone. I wrote the Response to that in several Publications across the Across the united states was an op. Ed in the hill because as i saw this I basically made the case. That emergency use authorization was ineffective restriction. It should be lifted and we should use hydrocortisone wide open And then something really terrible happened Keep in mind that the hemi four data was very positive. We had the ua the us stockpiled at the national institutes of health. The allergy and immunology branch head commissioned a several thousand prospective double blind randomized placebo controlled trial of hydroxy corcoran and is author mason in outpatient covid. Nineteen they had funded the trial. They got the drug supply. They got the placebos they Setup all the study centers in the united states. We were all ready to go. This is in the spring terrific. Everything's coming together. And then what happened was a fake paper was published in lanson a fake paper lance the listeners. In the lancet is like the new england journal madison's one of the most prestigious medical journals in the world he went to paper is submitted. There are so many checks on validity. Where's the paper coming from. Where the data coming from. Validating the data then it sent out to peer reviewers who are independent. They check everything in the paper. They give comments about you know. Was this report. It was that reported with heavy. There's there's so many checks on papers and then it comes back and then there's an editorial decision made on a paper and then it's published that's called peer review that ensures to the public. That papers are not fake is very important insurance public. that things are not falsified. Well this paper had offers from harvard. It came from a company called surges. Fear that no one really understood this company was about and the data was a large data set of inpatients with covid nineteen from all over the world. That head in-depth drug exposure data. We didn't have that back then. You know that was. From december january february this was just emerging. We didn't have this. The average age in their paper was forty nine years old and the paper implied that use of hydroxy corcoran was dangerous. In lancet published this falsified paper. I remember this episode very well. So just to reset the arc on hydroxychloroquine. It was originally proposed by diddy alt- he was one of the original ones. That's the french french for august. He had put out some information in the in the wintertime. Just his co. vid was beginning to wreak havoc in places like italy and other places that there was some initial positive results of this and then one of the dates early on in one of the very first white house. Coronavirus taskforce briefings president trump sided that study and then of course this thing goes on to get discredited including by fao himself. Even though as dr makola notes their foul she's owned bureaucracy was actually lining up stockpiles for its usage while while foul cheesy. 'cause that that he cited that's fao ci specific department under age so while thou- she was out in headlines contradicting president trump on hydroxychloroquine. His department was actually mobilising it as an early onset treatment. I do remember this study because what had happened is after this study came out. Switzerland had an aggressive prophylactics program with with hydroxychloroquine. They ceased doing their death rate spiraled and then they and then they decided to redeploy it and their death rates stabilized. I remember tweeting about this study at the time and i was like looks like we may have the definitive results on hydroxychloroquine. Because i remember. The michigan study that henry ford hospitals in detroit. They were hit. That was the hospital. Hit the hardest in michigan by covid. This study ended up. Being retracted was totally and completely discredited..

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"new england journal madison" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

07:05 min | 9 months ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"Be one hundred twenty thousand backseat adverse effects per year. We're going so the real number may be one point two million vaccine adverse events every year magically calls as a family of ones who are buried along with nope frame of investigations. Don't know guilty press your medical journals around the world which utd published been trials of medical doug spill legal rights law asia after page. Doctor i probably read it. Allies were medical votes. Is that the world. It is simply no longer possible to believe much of clinical research that is published with you want to judgement. Transit positions. were far tatum medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in which i reached slowly and reluctantly over mike to deck is editor of the new england journal. Madison marsha and compare that one from the father of science if anybody can claim to be an expert even when they have no idea whether something is published in places like new england journal medicine size nature. Sal or jama you know. Generally that is white wealthier. View editors editorial staff journals really a series a. Take things so seriously. They routinely published studies of medical of the real epidemic. That nobody's talking about. But i have been talking about john. Battled for just talking about. It is a sickness injury on by doctors. Recommending death by modern medicine by dr harlan. Be and she's updated since even worse than we think they increase about winning five thousand and as we said a lot of factors. Don't being so. it's really underestimate. What's going on with over testing over treatment. twenty percent Medical care is unnecessary. Necessary including twenty two percent of prescription gums. Twenty five percent of metal eleven percent of procedures. Why because doctors feel malpractice. Feel patient pressure so again message. Even if the drug is backed by size does not guarantee that it's affecting likewise at alternative jeevan that has not been published in a medical journal does not mean it's unsavory ineffective see why you have to be educated being accelerator a body and you know modern medical model undervalues or ignores diet and lifestyle factors such as all of these sleep accu signs electromagnetic deals. Didn't simon debater. So we have a health issue have to make use all the resources available to you including your own sense of common sense in reading and prudence and caution when evaluating a new drug claim. It's likely to be more worse and if you are phasing. Health channel tallies seeing it competent conventional position. Who has a serious condition is just beginning. Probably would be your vestiges to identify. All of i natural health consultant. Someone who really understands hell could get to the root of the problem. I just put a band aid. There are so many satistics here. I don't want were you. Medical long is destroyed. You can go by the numbers number after number. Joe show accuracy rate reporter really. A reporter has reported on obits about all the fake epidemics. 'boudzhi has has been control all the vaccine because he has raced but on the market whichever falls go hand braces already know the credibility of the world health organization. Suspect suspected. Best so gentlemen. We'll be talking about this as time goes on medical. Profession is heating causes. Fm underestimated even by the people reading before because doctors do not work side effects and the deaths of the her of exceeds the who only ten percent of the report. Anything else now. i've also been talking about covid. How why you'd have to the euro reading. I mean today. It was reported that a portuguese nerves die.

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"new england journal madison" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

07:41 min | 9 months ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"This is virus. This is made up facts east. This report will highlight researchers. Who went into the fda's own david database of serious adverse events medical drugs. So you can't say the aware of this right. That would be absurd. Certify these drugs and save They're killing americans reports. I just mentioned factor in death or injury by vaccines. It was no system. Our broken system vaccine adverse affects her me mentioned barber low fisher national vaccine information. Here's her announced but how many children have a vaccine. The actions every year is really only one hundred. Ten thousand one million armley disabled nation or fda. Commissioner david kessler observe nineteen ninety three percent of doctors report adverse reactions prescriptions of us there have been estimates perhaps listed by or ten percent of the actors before hospitalizations injuries stats receiving problems following vaccination in nineteen eighty six. They had a vaccine interact. Contain newly legal science for not reporting actress can be huge to report in suffering the consequences even so each year. About twelve thousand. Words may the vaccine adverse event reporting system aaronson as well as actors can make reports that number Ten percent of what is actually occurring. The actual number may be one hundred twenty thousand backseat adverse effects per year. We're going so the real number may be way. Two million vaccine adverse events every year medically calls s a family of ones who are buried along with nope famous investigations. Don't know guilty press. Your medical journals around the world which utd published of trials of medical dogs spill legal rights law asia. After page doctor. I probably read it. Allies were medical votes. Is that the world. Well it is simply no longer possible to believe much of clinical research that is published with to want to judgement transit positions. Were far tatum medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in which i reached slowly and reluctantly over mike to deck is editor of the new england journal. Madison marsha and compare that one from the father of science if anybody can claim to be an expert even when they have no idea whether something is published in places like new england journal medicine size nature. Sal or jama you know. Generally that is white. Will review editors editorial staff journals really a series a. Take things so seriously. They routinely published studies of medical of the real epidemic. That nobody's talking about. But i have been talking about a rattled quarters talking about. It is a sickness injury on by book. Recommending death by modern medicine by dr harlan. Be and she's updated love since even worse than we think they increase about winning five thousand and as we said a lot of factors. Don't being so. it's really underestimate. What's going on with over testing over treatment. Flaker sent Medical care is unnecessary necessary. Twenty two percent of prescription gums. Twenty five percent of metal eleven percent of procedures. Why because doctors feel malpractice. Feel patient pressure so again message. Even if the drug is backed by size does not guarantee that it's affected likewise at alternative jeevan that has not been published in a medical journal. Does not it's unsavory effective. See why you have to be educated. Accelerator a body and you know modern medical model undervalues or ignores diet and lifestyle factors such as all of these sleep accu signs electromagnetic hills. Didn't simon debater. So we have a health issue have to make use all the resources available to you including your own sense of common sense in reading and prudence and caution when evaluating a new drug claim. It's likely to be more worse and if you are phasing. Health channel tallies seeing it competent conventional physicians. Who has a serious condition is just beginning. Probably would be your vestiges to identify. All of i natural health consultant. Someone who really understands hell could get to the root of the problem. I just put a band aid. There are so many satistics year. I don't wanna were you. Medical long is destroying wife. You can go by the numbers number after.

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"new england journal madison" Discussed on Body of Wonder

Body of Wonder

07:43 min | 10 months ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on Body of Wonder

"The certainly the earlier trials to phase one in phase two trials of going. Well and quite a bit. It's been published in new england journal madison by our collaborators age so when will be widely available. That's harder to say. And of course it's not just madonna. That's working on it. You know. Johnson and johnson's working on them At astrazeneca's working on visors working on it. But i think we need all of it because there's you know we want to help people in the us but also all over the world so any lessons from the two extremes you just described twenty eight years to go from an idea to vast in something on the market with that theory made real now under a year perhaps for 'em are a vaccine which i think is the first time memoir day is being used as vaccine. That's a very good question but what's happened is it's interesting so madonna actually has eight other vaccines and clinical trials. So at and of course the were to lay the foundation on messenger know goes back at least not only are worked. Two thousand ten when we started but other people's were including my own on delivering are a back to the nineteen seventies and other people's were derek rossi's to rice men and others who have done work on our a back in the early two thousands so it does build on on on the academic work as as often does. But but you're right. The foundation want one having had that foundation which obviously in taken awhile then we were able to move very very fast. so let's talk about micro in fact solicitation. Can you tell us what it is. And what the central applications are sure. Well like i said one of the one of the areas of microcapsule are on cops. Elation is just what we talked about delivering are a but one of the things that and of course lived on a lot on delivering different drugs through microcapsules to make them last longer. have less side effects and be more effective and those kinds of techniques are widely used. But one of the things that we've done with might be relevant to a number of things that you've done and others. The gates foundation has given our laboratory funding to help people in the developing world who have darius nutrient deficiencies and one of the classic problems has been a deficiency at the way that the way that was solved was that you could substitute iodine for chloride in assault Sodium cry sodium. I done now that that's easier because it's in the same place in what's called the periodic table but when bill gates and his college i came to see me in two thousand twelve. I believe what they said. Well you can't do that for like iron vitamin a. Or saint or anything else. Because they're not gonna right placed in the periodic table and some are not elements at all. So what we he said. Can we come up with some way to solve that. And what we thought maybe we could make assault or something else where we caps later all always now. The particular challenge that the gates foundation was thinking about. Is you know if you look at the customs. He can't change people's habits mustard. Might try so but he wanted to be able to do as could you put it in boiling water. Any of these things in boiling water for two hours and boil it hundred degrees. C and the the nutrients should not amount of the psalter. The microcapsule it shouldn't change color hadson change taste but then when you eat it which is not a hundred degrees c. It's a thirty seven degree. It's all come out with an out so that might sound impossible. How did you do that. But we anna jacqueline and our lab and our team. We figured out a way to actually take. Fda approved materials. Do just that was eleven different micronutrients and so that's very exciting. And there's sort of a couple of efforts that have stemmed from that to try to bring this so into the developing world the gates foundation funded. What's called particle stream enemy to try to make large quantities of vitamin a At a reasonable cost. And you know which can be put in say bouillon or things like that and then with the wayne and katherine reynolds lear. We've started a company called vinyl by deke to encapsulate all kinds of things that might help. People have have better health than in fact. I think you're what are the advisers The technology is this quite powerful. 'cause you can encapsulate anything and like i say it's very stable under different kinds of conditions. It's very stable in terms of not just temperature battles the light we've compared it to the existing ways of where people have tried to make that various ingredients in it's You know it's much more stable and yet we can still release it when somebody eats it and in terms taste like we've done We've put it in bed for example required daily amounts and it doesn't change the color bread even though iron itself is pretty dark and doesn't change the taste either and it's fine like i guests. So is the secret stomach. Acid is that what ends up leading to the release dark very good and that's exactly what we did is we. We screened about fifty different materials. That were known to be say and we found one that a family actually 'cause he can actually change the depending on what the goals are. But but you can make a ph sensitive system so that it could be an absolute stolid at neutral ph and yet when it gets to say like you just said simulated get strike asset. It will dissolve completely. Actually i am curious where some of these ideas come from. I know that in an earlier talk that you gave you mentioned that before. Chemical engineers were partners with doctors. Doctors would go home and sort of ground around and find something that could solve a problem you gave. The example of the first artificial heart was inspired by a woman's girdle and actually initially constructed by a woman's girdle and the cardiac surgeon token in. I guess sterilized it an must modified it. But we're your ideas coming from. Yeah well i. What you said is absolutely right. That was built. Pierce was on study section with him and he told me that story at journals and and that's true not only for the artificial heart. The same thing is true for breast implants. Actually one of those was the mattress stuffing and and what are called natural graphs. There's certain types of artificial blood vessels was a surgeon in texas going to close store to see what he could sell away. Well the way. I thought about it was a little bit different because like i say i had a different background can punch near the one of the things you learn in. Chemical engineering is what. I call chemical engineering design and so i started thinking about was rather than take these materials that already exist. What would be an ideal material from an engineering standpoint chemistry standpoint. Bows he stamped right. You know and then we try to put the criteria down. Draw these chemical structures on the blackboard and then actually go to the lab and try to send this is so it's a totally different kind of approach. But i think it offers the ability to make things that are potentially much safer.

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"new england journal madison" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

03:17 min | 11 months ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"Us who've been working on this actually emailed and communicated with the six on top of articles that say they isolated and characterized by the virus and in writing. All of them admitted that they never actually isolated your vibe the virus in right so those are simply facts and i can tell you how we got there if you want. But i'll let you sort of guy the recession year. Okay well this guy. Who i thought was interesting. Because he's from the sketch one. And i like saying cisco on so i use him. But he's also one of the top corologis te in the world and you know darryl. What's his name fell. Zahran fell verano. He's up terence's scheduling so he isolated the virus but more importantly like in two thousand six hung out that he isolated virus. Did he should immediately left. The cdc know that he did that. Because the cdc is under the impression that they actually have never isolated the virus. I don't think there is in his lab. I don't think he's keeping it a secret. I can tell you. I could reviews paper and demonstrated in fact he couldn't possibly have isolated this virus. There we go there we go. I love it so you realize this is a guy published in nature. Obviously one of the top science journals in the world in two thousand sixteen. Mind you on his work. He's verana gist. And you know part of the reason. I guess why he got pulled into the kobe thing. He did all this work with camels strangely enough. You know there's all these viruses in animals that sometime crossover and there's all these viruses in these cameras. That are looked like the sars so he was over there studying that for years and years. He's an expert. He has a lab like this and he has all these people in his lab and the idea that he is so grossly incompetent. Which would really be. We would have you guys up there in canada like matt. We could go sue this guy. Probably make millions if he is falsely claiming that he got the material which you said was very difficult to get at the beginning and then he isolated the virus if he's falsely making that claim. Gosh let's go him but again. It just doesn't seem likely that this guy in this lab published in nature woke up one day and kissed his wife goodbye and said okay. Now i'm gonna go falsify a bunch of science that had built my whole reputation my whole life on her allow. You is again. We have the six most important papers all of which claim they in purify the sars co two virus. Some of them were published in nature in new england journal. Madison and my team actually emailed them because we could tell from the paper that there was no possible way..

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"new england journal madison" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on 790 KABC

"By Rene Frasier, Frasier Communications and AM 7 90 K. ABC coming up after the news to Dr Barbara Stone will join us to kick around the day's political headlines. Right now we're joined by Dr Kelly Victory who you can follow on Twitter at Dr Kelly Victory. We're taking your calls at 800 to 2 to K A B. C. 1 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to let's begin with Samuels. Daniel Goran K. ABC welcome Hi John and Dr Kelly. Thank you for taking my call. I have a two part question first, you know, we're often told that we have to practice the social distancing all the time. Because of that, they say there's a high risk of asymptomatic transmission. I want to know what you think The real risk of this is compared to other respiratory viruses like the flu. And secondly, For the high risk population, Fork, Ove it. Are there any precautions that you think people need to take beyond what you would recommend during a bad flu epidemic like 2017 18? Great question with regard to the risk, or the likelihood that an asymptomatic individual is transmitting The virus, I think is extraordinarily low. We simply don't see it with respiratory viruses. And even with all due respect, Dr Fauci came out and said that very, very clearly back in March. Now he's obviously changed his tune since then. But he spoke the truth back in March, when he said that Asymptomatic transmission is quote possible, He said. That and I agree with that it is theoretically possible but incredibly unlikely. And here's why the reason that the person who has this virus and their nose and mouth is asymptomatic is because The virus that they have is either in such a small amount or is not capable of replicating, perhaps because it's already then serve wiped out or deactivated. If you will, by that person's T cells, it's already been taken down by antibodies, or it's simply a virus that's been around for too long. So it is possible that somebody who's just getting infected and doesn't have symptoms yet, but they're just about to an hour from now they're going to spike a fever and get you no nasal congestion. Is it possible that that person could spread it? It is but very, very unlikely. So that's the least of our worries to May. In Germany are there. Go ahead? I'm sorry I stepped on your line enter no if in terms of other precautions, Honestly, I think that the issue is to try to avoid people who are ill. The best thing you could do because they're your most likely chance of picking this up is when you are in close proximity. Face to face for more than a brief period of time. I'm not passing somebody in the aisle of the grocery store or standing behind somebody in the line at the bank. We're talking about face to face interaction for, according to the At the New England Journal Madison. Upwards of 10 minutes more the way I am when I'm face to face with a patient where I have a stethoscope on that person's chest, so I'm within inches of them. Seeking to them listening to their breathing. That's what you want to avoid. And if you're in a high risk category, you want to avoid situations where you could be interfacing with people who are ill. Other than that, I think the standard things that we do during every cold and flu season, you know, avoiding touching your face in your eyes washing hands at a reasonable Ah number of times a day and avoiding people who are sick. You have a question for Dr Kelly Victory. Give us a call at 800 to 2 to K A B C 1 802.

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"new england journal madison" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"On the news. Radio. Ko BJ. Thanks a lot for joining us. Good morning. It's 10. 15. And this is Bob on K. L b. J Hi, Bob. Good morning. Good morning. Just calling to talk about Governor AMA tree action, He said that Texas is taking a dangerous turn in this pandemic, and that is a ridiculous statement. This is exactly what we would have expected. This virus is still around. It will probably be around for a number of years. Even if we do eventually have A vaccine, and what's happening now is a good thing because you have all the young, healthy people getting it. That's the way you develop herd immunity. Most of them are not even going to realize they have it if they don't get tested. I was, most seven will not have any symptoms. And it's been shown that a symptomatic people, it's highly highly unlikely from a symptomatic person to pass this on someone else. And the whole idea of mask is idiotic. Every health professional in the world who had any credibility is said that mass don't do any good and even the CDC there. World Health Organization and the New England Journal. Madison recently have come out and just document it exactly how foolish it is to require mass for everyone, only people who should have them the people and hospital settings working with really sick people. All right, Bob, you're making a lot of strong points, however. The moment, um, is with further restrictions. I just get the sense that the governor is listen to his advisors, and they are pushing him to order more restrictions. I'm not going to be shocked if he has a new order coming out this week. Well, I won't be shot, but I'll be a incredibly disappointed and was all the confidence I had in him. I know that. That's what the moment um Anybody who knows anything about this has paid any attention knows that this is 99% politics. It's 1% about health. And if you don't recognize that you're just a fool, and I'm afraid he's going to succumb. That's the problem is so many of our Republican leaders have been afraid to stand that To this and speak the truth about it it just like this black lives matter idiocy Now they do have they do have Mohr? They do have Mohr hospital beds filling up in Houston. Yeah, But as I just quoted, it's It's not mainly Covad. That's filling them up. Yes, but he's hearing that from his advisers that steady drumbeat, the hospitals being advisers, the hospital's air getting fuller and fuller and he's listening to this is a hearing that from the advisors, or is he taking that from? That's what's being reported in the news. And that's where he's making his suggestion because those same advisers were the same ones that said, Go ahead and reopened. Phase one. Go ahead reopened. Phase two and Phase three. Have a hard time that all of a sudden they're turning on a dime to. I think he's getting pressure because all the big cities where they allowed The protest to go on where they allowed all of this stuff to take place and are seeing an uptick are now moaning and groaning. And he's thinking Oh, my goodness. That's a huge population of the state. I better answer that, and that leads into Congressman Dan Crenshaw. He said this morning that the protesters are getting a pass on their role in all of this, he says, yes, I acknowledge the bar's may have played a role in fueling some of the rising number of cases. But he says we're hearing nothing. Nothing about the protests and their possible role in fueling this and and he is saying it just makes sense that some of these cases would be coming out of those packed protests with thousands of people shoulder to shoulder. You cannot deny that there have been cases coming out of that. And I'm with Crenshaw on this. Yeah, we've re opened but we've been reopens since May. We saw a little bit more being able to reopen and yeah, they're probably are some coming out of the bars. There's probably some coming off of the rivers where they're all tubed up together on the lakes where they're all joined up together. Absolutely, but to completely deny that any of this is coming from Pote protesters because they were Outside. Is ridiculous, Bob. Thank you. Here's another sound by from governor Greg Abbott when he was with Vice President. Pence. Hey, says he is watching the day too closely and is ready to add further restrictions if necessary. Now, one thing I said from the very beginning And that is that Texas will follow data in making decisions about how we move forward. One thing I declared early on is we would be looking at that positive it a rate because the positivity right shows us a measurement of the way in which there is community spread in Texas. With a positivity rate of over 10%. I've declared early on, it would be an alarm. Bell protects us to take action to Iranian The spread of covert 19 and vice President Mike Pence, said he supports the decision to shut down the bars and cut back on restaurant capacity. We're grateful Governor that you've taken the steps that you've taken Uh to, uh Limit the kind of gatherings and meeting at certain places in communities that May well be contributing to the community spread that we're seeing. I just see this going, okay for two weeks. Now we do this and be like, Look, see, we told you it was the role back. But Protests have I done to you? You're not singing the massive protests going on. But yet it's going to be because we did this at the bars and because we did this at restaurants. That's why we were able to get a handle on this. You can. You can see the narrative forming alright? Yes, Janet is with us on K. LBJ 10 21 Hygienic. Good morning..

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"new england journal madison" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"Well first thing is the skin. What does it made up? There's no fish oil in the skin. There's no reason the skin. It is all parent Omega Six. And the problem is if you don't have integrity of that skin, because you're reading a pile of process domain, six, adulterated meaning, it doesn't properly work. Your skin will be very problematic and vitamin. D is made when the sun hits the skin. By the way, so that's the way you get vitamin. D Naturally, so if the integrity of the skin isn't there, the vitamin D won't get made properly supposed to also if you're taking fish oil because it is such a super pharmacologic overdose doc. That will go into the skin and fish oil turns rancid oxidises at room temperature spontaneously, so when the sun hits your skin. That's not supposed to have any parent to make a three. or The derivatives which are DHA EPA from fish oil. That is one of the biggest problems it is spontaneously oxidizing, and that's one of the main reasons why skin cancers keep going through the roof and the dermatologists don't have a clue. Sunscreen is not the answer. There's plenty of cultures that stay out in the sun, and they don't have skin cancer rates like we do, so it's not that. And it's the same old story. The medical profession just never get right because they don't concentrate. On the essential fatty acids like I do, it's a real tragedy, but that is the answer to get unprocessed Paran mega six, and it's an seed oils like sunflower seeds evening, primrose. Flash SAFFLOWER, but you need to get these oils organically if you get them from the supermarket. They are ruined their adulterated. They don't work. That's a hydrogenated oil and tear stera oil. There's many ways they can do it. But if you don't get organically grown organically produced oils, you will have cancer in your future absolutely. And some take fish oil. Because that's Montaigne. Asli oxidises, and if that's in the skin, you are big big problems. If anybody is age, spots has called Weipa. Fuss skin that is oxidized oil in the skin. That'd be skin which a lot of older people do. It's also in all your organs and no amount of antioxidants you take will help it. So we're. Creating our own demise, unknowingly of course, but where our own worst enemy. One of my biggest messages to get these unprocessed oils, because twenty five to thirty, three of every one of your hundred trillion cells has these oils in the cell membrane a quarter to a third. Of every one of your hundred trillion cells. has these oils in them so if there is a deficiency? Or you're not getting enough, or you're getting adulterated ones. They don't work now. Just imagine one hundred cells. And they don't work. Would you expect there to be a problem? The answer is of course I may not know upfront what they are, but after years of researching it, I can tell you what they are in cancer is one of the biggest ones and that's auto. Warburg's work the greatest physiologist of the Twentieth Century MD PhD Nobel Prize winner, and they didn't know how to solve this problem. He conclusively showed lack of cellular oxygenation is the cause of cancer. Now you're getting that because of the heat on the skin and the adult rated oils. They don't work, so they're oxidizing and boom. It's very simple if you understand. What your skin is made up of and again there's no fish oil. There's no make your skin so anybody saying. My skin is better because take fish oil. How what is the metabolic pathway for that? The answer is there. Isn't you're giving yourself skin cancer? Also, there was a select trial done where the highest Fisher leaders got most prostate cancer, and they couldn't figure out why and I wrote a major paper on that, which by the way got retracted, because so many people complained about. Criticizing Fish Oil, and what they said was because I have plant based oil patents and then specifically disclosed that. That retracted the article. It was a review article. There was no mention of anything I said wrong in the article, it was just people complaining and the journals today are political. They don't care about the science the way they used to. It's tragedy. The truth is lies lies. Is the truth just as? The nineteen fifty-five. Little little, monologue, it's tragic. Yeah. And I've talked about that and I. I have an an article I wanNA talk about at the end of the program about the Hydroxy Corcoran. We already know that a couple of those articles were retracted from manager journals, but that a complete fraud. That was fraud and they printed them. They get away with it. And to your point about officials There's that Cochran Review. That I write, they could not find any benefit from fish oils. They're the best in the world. Reviewing studies an out of all the fish oil ones they looked at. They can only take about twenty. Supposedly, there's fifteen thousand fish oil studies. They could find twenty that were properly conducted, which means the other fourteen thousand? Almost all of them are worthless and that that's my big Joe Today Dot publishing as an end in itself. Most of the papers are absolute garbage. They shown even be written, but if you're an academia or at a hospital, the way you're judged is how many papers do you have? And this is why you have visions with their names on four hundred five hundred papers, and my big question to them is. What have you shown? Do you have a new drug with all these papers? Do you have a new nutritional supplement? What do you have? The answer is nothing. They are an end in themselves publishing garbage. and. It's very unfortunate. Today it's gone down the tubes just like everything just like fake news well, there's fake journal articles all over. And the sad part is and once they're retracted. That makes page eighty two at the bottom. Yeah, and the damage was already done correct. That's a very point, actually one of the editors of I think it was a New England journal Madison Her name was Appel. A., B. B. E. L. L.. Resigned because she said. One in ten articles that we get should be printed. But. We don't get enough quality articles. She couldn't take it anymore. This was almost ten years ago. And it's tragic. They're printing garbage and they know what they have to. Because they don't have any quality ones, most things shouldn't even get published or they fail. They have brilliant articles written superbly well. But the thing doesn't work, so you have a? Technical written article. On a failure and you know they try to make it seem like it's not a failure, but there failures. And it's just tragic, but dimensions sunscreen actually hazardous chemicals get into the bloodstream and the FDA had do their own investigation because they could not get this from any of the sunscreen. Oil Manufacturers made a big scandal a couple years back. That you're basically poisoning yourself. With the sunscreen and this is the FDA doing it themselves. Never got any real press because it's not in their interest to get this out there, of course, 'cause nobody would use the sunscreens, but there's piles of people to get skin cancer. In areas that are covered all the time, these people don't even go out in the sun, or they use sunscreen all the time, so it doesn't even hold up and it makes no sense. The Sun is required. You need the Sun everything rise in the side. And what are we talking? I have two cats. They always pick the sunniest spot to go outside and sit. It's hilarious. 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"new england journal madison" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"No weekly Eucharist. Then no doubt biweekly confession. Your thing is treated it like as you know you couldn't get sick and I think Steve you're engaging with people saying this you can't get sick from germs on a host as if it's like magically sanitized running into that are you know that's crazy so you think that if you put like a drop of cyanide into the communion goblet you could the precious blood and you wouldn't die of cyanide poisoning it's crazy. What address that specifically in the sumo which I didn't know until this discussion came not being assuming nerd myself but he did specifically address. That a priest shouldn't drink even consecrated wine precious blood. He shouldn't drink it if he knows that it's poisonous. We'LL HAVE A. There's a special way of being able to dispose of if if the sacred elements of the blessed element contaminated. Each church has a special fond of water that goes directly in the soil where the the host can be disintegrated or the precious blood can be put directly into the Earth as stipulated by Canon Law. So this is something that the Church has long recognized. There's an actual problem here and that you shouldn't be eating The contaminated holy ubereats. Because it can indeed hurt your health. I I didn't I can't believe we actually have to have this conversation in twenty but the thing is people on twitter. I mean bishop. Elegantly in Switzerland was just disciplined by the apostolic nuncio because he came out saying the same thing and there was a story in life site about it a day or two ago and it was kind of sympathetic to him. Because he's making the statement of faith of like well the Eucharist. You can't get germs from the Eucharist. It's like what so we have bishops who are otherwise. Orthodox saying this kind of stuff. I think it's really muddying. The lines on the Orthodox side in terms of what people believe in what they don't and I'm starting to feel like a rationalist over here. And then you right on the other side. And it's really an odd kind of dividing line between the Catholics. Who are all concerned about what's going on? Not just the you know the people who were like well. I show up at Christmas and Easter. The people who care are all arguing about this. Yeah so so much of what goes on in the sense. Fidel eum today where it's really. Some portion of the Laity are faithful next zero portion of the episcopal one or three percent of the episcopate of really what we consider faithful faithful and loud and proud about it. The conditions for the possibility of this being called a rationalist falsely or even like a quasar modernist falsely are always being set. Are they not. They're always traps being sprung in the woods for guys like any of us three that are like look were completely friendly or completely on the side of tradition. But but like that doesn't mean we have to become a phidias about it literally. I do not want and I also don't think Cronin viruses a is that big of a deal but I don't WanNa get it irresponsibly as a head of a household. I'm not only I think honestly. That's the greater threat is and this is the thing that I keep. Seeing people unwilling to acknowledge this thing has a symptomatic transmission for up to three weeks. You can have it. You don't feel sick. You're shedding the virus. You're very contagious. And everybody you come into contact with can be picking it up. The New England journal Madison came out with a report on the seventeenth said. It can live on surfaces for three days so you can touch a surface that somebody coughed on. Have no idea you can pick it up. It can leave in the air around somebody who's been coughing for hours. That's what's making it so contagious. What ends up happening. Is You go into this environment. You have no idea you come home you visit mom and Dad Visit GRANDPA whatever you give them a hug your breathing on them. You don't think you're sick and next thing you know they're in the ICU. This is why they're taking. Such extreme precautions is because for those who are vulnerable. This thing is a death sentence for a lot of them and in fact in Italy. I was just tweeting about this today. The number keeps going up. I saw twenty eight and I saw thirty then so people were cracking thirty. Nine priests in northern Italy have died from this already and those are priests that aren't going to be replaced because Italy isn't exactly teeming with vocations. And it's just like if you just stay home for a few weeks until you get a handle on this thing you know. You're you need these guys. Where the SACRAMENTS? You're worried about missing mass for a couple of weeks. What happens when your parish priest that dies and there's nobody available to replace them? Then how long do you go without soccer? Free Sir often elderly because of the crisis invocation. So that's exactly right. And but you know Steve and Tim that there's some Ding Bat out there listening to us. It's like well you guys just don't have any faith in the real presence in the Eucharist. It's like no and by the way the the instrument that I was talking about earlier is called the secretarial. Each parish has a set curriculum where any contaminated hosts or months created Eucharist. That got rushers. Blood can go directly into the year. So this is something. The churches faced and dealt with actually has a rubric in place for for dealing with in the future is what to do with these consecrated hosts that have been in some way contaminated tarnish and yet. There's no church recognition that somehow The the real presence of Christ is deep contaminate or in some way sanitize the consecrated elements. That's not and there's actually a really interesting example. From from year or two ago there was a host that I don't know if you guys remember this and it was twenty eighteen and they thought it was a bleeding host and news and it was a red mold that had the spores were on the host and they had the hosted either fallen on the floor or something and so what they do is they put it in water. I guess to dissolve it before. They poured down this aquarium and when they had put in the water this red mold had bloomed immediately and and it looked like blood. It looks like a bloody host and then they had to do scientific testing on it to see if it was a miracle and it was just a molly house. That's all it was. But it's just another example from recent memory of yes you. Chris can carry contaminants. It's the accidents of bread and wine and so they have all the physical of bread and wine. This seems elementary to me but again we're always up against the reason that we like teaming up with you so much. Steve is because we're always up against this is not a left right Catholicism thing. I ought to be honest. I think it's an intellect thing if I'm being fully candid. Were always up against Catholic puritanism or a Catholic anti intellectualism Catholic Fundamentalism signaling. Yeah Virtue Signaling on the Catholic right on among Catholic tradition minded people. That's us that's all of us but it's like dude I mean. Sometimes I I read your tweets online Steve. It always agreeing or almost always agreeing and literally just chuckling to myself. Because I know it's like you're thinking too much for the degree to which a lot of people who are also on the Catholic right friendly tradition. Want you thinking it's like the the free free thinker alarm starts going off because you're literally talking in terms and this is where Thomas because he so specific. Yeah the Eucharist. Brennan wind these species of these things still exist. They exist in spacey a temporal time spatial temporal terms and on their subject to spacey's Temporal corruptions because they continues to subsist in in species of space time. And this is how Thomas reason and it doesn't seem to be. This seems to be over the heads of so many traditionalist so they end up talking like Phidias or Catholic puritans and I wind up wondering. What's the breakdown of the Good Catholics out there? The tradition friendly Catholic out there at that. Really get how funny this is that someone will jump on. Steve's Go Jack for saying no it's a matter of fact onto logical to mystic fact that you can indeed get a virus..

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"new england journal madison" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

16:10 min | 1 year ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"Tenth of a percent of each other which means one part in two thousand so that's the seventy the ninety milligrams per deciliter the diabetic pricking their finger using a meter. That's for that. Number is and by the way invert that seventy ninety you can put it the teaspoons tense of a teaspoon which means in your gallon of Baud. You have a sugar level of less than a teaspoon. The average American has been told by our government by Dr a high carb Diet to consume Seventy two hundred teaspoons of sugar a day in a system that keeps one in it. Okay big deal and there's a big deal here's why whereas all the next sugar go you have to look at insulin. Insulin is defying text book medical physiology fat storage hormone. So you're good doctor your good health nutritionists in the eighties and nineties. And then he jackass telling you high carb Diet. Forty on a path to be city and diabetes. Does that Pan out my guy. Lead diabetes is the number one epidemic in America in the world and it's graded disease because pre nineteen forty. There wasn't any wasn't an academic exercise. There were no type two diabetics so I was one of the first to say diabetes for the most part is a crater disease on knowingly. You did it yourself. So if people don't read the information I right now. I don't have time to talk to a lot of people so I read extensively You're in deep trouble. You listen to people that don't know what they're talking about. You're in deep trouble so gentlemen. We're we're we're talking to professor PESCA and and he just bring home the point that I've been making last five years. You have to be. Ceo of your own body. You'll have to but you have to take control. You have the kid. And that's why I appreciate him. Taking the time out to educate us. I learned every time I speak with this with the professor so Brian Peskine Is HE S K? I N just Google Ham. You'll get to his website. He has lots of articles and is Bibliography And he's under appreciated. In my opinion I wanNA have more frequently. He should be. You should be quoted all the time but nobody thinks anyone I before I retired. I was teaching some residents. And they were googling diagnosis they. You know all the tests were normal so these say well. Let's go back and think about it. I mean yeah. They're doing it backwards. Got Doing it backwards. And there's more and more physicians that are becoming integrative medicine physicians which simply means I use a drug an antibiotic drug short-term great stare rates are short term are great by the way fish oil acts like a long term steroid so ask your physician when he thinks that being on steroid for five or ten years. You'll look at you and horror. That's what fish oil does is starting only FAA metabolism. Tell Your on-road the death. I am now joking about this listeners. More about that about the long term steroid. I've left her on this and and told doctors this they gasp because they don't WanNa be hurting their patients. They have no idea. But you talk to somebody. Well this is why. You'll get dermatologist. Going with Brian Fisher worked really well to help the skin for psoriasis. For you know dermatitis and you know the dermatologists call me at Brian's acting like a long term steroid it's horrible so you get rid of that put the oils and now they don't work he can take some of this steroid but typically for most patients does the job your skin as namen but now we're doing try studies right now with people with the very very bad skin skin diseases and Diabetic foot ulcers to allay ships and healing them. We're helping them the heel so they're works settlement discussion Salvino Opinion Physiology and it works has to work. I laugh at people because they go without me. The silence is right here. Us having read it. This is all I do by the way for twenty years and I connect the dots very well and don't quench really. Then it'd be I gotta piece here. I got a piece there and five years later. Oh now connect the to the way I know they have to be. I knew they had to be connected but I couldn't prove it and so it took a long time. But now everything's approving I've never been shown wrong in twenty five years. I've had papers cracked on fish oil because it's become political is just like atwood trump. They don't care about the truth right but I've ever been showing wrong in what I present or in the science ever. So so professor Yeah the the these fit the parent essential oils are made from plant seeds or and are can you recommend there is a a k? Can I recommend the recommendation you gave to me? Were listeners can get this. Can they get? I don't I don't give specific brands. What I can do though is give what you need. You need more of the parent. Amiga six and apparent Omega three has to be organic because of its Outer Ganic. You'RE GONNA Chemicals and you're getting the problems that we want to avoid exactly has to have a hard gel capsule so the oxygen transfers minimize because oils can go bad. Would he would time with light so you want hard gel cap. Most people don't do that. They use soft Because what they put in. They're going to be a problem anyway. So they don't care you have to have low paying listening levels which most people don't even check needs to be under nineteen if you run the formulations. I like they're about six to put it in perspective. Nineteen above it is hazardous. The best visual in the world is at nineteen. So you have a milligram per deciliter whether what is that if it's a different measurement but it's called a secondary aldehydes and knees are horrible. They ruin the DNA they go rancid. They ruin everything in the body and one of the sources official okay but not everyone based oils. Your body is very resistant to oxidation of the parent of mega six Pertamina. Three it doesn't happen in the body so you and you you you just bring bring up points. That are just so natural. I mean our bodies are the best pharmaceutical companies that they can make anything we need or darnold give them the right substance it to make it. We have to provide gamay accidents. Here's another one everybody's trying to get antioxidants. There's all kinds of commercials for you know. Palm all all these things on their. Your body doesn't need any accident coming in from outside. It makes them it's called. Sob superoxide. Dismutase Luda Thiam. Your body makes them just fine with the raw material just like with the parent. A mega mega three makes all the long chain metabolites. Gla Ha as needed does not need your help. The one thing I do advise in a formulation is Gla back to your original question. Because there's something called the Delta Sixty saturates and sign and if you have a disease that Woobie impacted and the amount of PG one which I told you is the body's number one anti-inflammatory will be decreased so to eliminate that potential problem if you give the body some Gla. It bypasses that step. So we're using a trick but only because it's needed in a certain population as a great trick and you put paranoia. Megan six pair to make it three some. Gla You're done. You're fired total fuel in the lipids area. And this oil. This worm elation is the perfect adjunct to any treatment any physicians giving to their patient. It will turbo. Charge the effectiveness of any treatment. Because it's so fundamental. That's what people really need to know as you're listening listener number one Ending five six eight six. Did you have a question for professor peskine now? Okay well you know we you know you can listen to this again and overwhelming it's like trying to take a drink from a fire hose and it's the opposite of what you've been told so. Even the physicians re read my books three times because they can't believe what the reading so don't feel bad but there's a lot of papers on my website. You can read it. There is you mentioned Videotape lecture. I just gave in Boston at the international lyme disease conference so we recorded it just for people like you that WanNa get the guts of this and to be able to repeat it. And it's December twenty nineteen so it is is current as you will ever get and stay the article ever get and I specialize in giving physicians the medical science. They haven't seen before. Because there's no reason regurgitate what now? I'm giving stuff you haven't seen why because you're not reading the medical journals. I am reading New England Journal. Madison Journal American Idol Association. These clinician journals for patients. I'm reading Lipids Essential fatty acids prostate gland and Luca. Dreams I'm reading these highly technical journal of Biological Chemistry. I'm reading journals for Lipid Information. That doctor never even looks at and unfortunately the journal information doesn't make it mainstream one of the biggest things that just came out is that is not immobile or it moves and is very big in wound healing. It tries to heal a wound so fat stores go to the area of a wound. Try and help it well up until now everybody thought. Oh you're fast doesn't do anything. Just this they're dead wrong so most of what the medical profession those say knows is wrong to horrible state of affairs and they don't WanNa work. That's the worst part. They don't care they keep using this word. I believe it works. I mean I. It drives me carries religion. And I don't care what you believe. Yeah exactly fresh anyway. Says that's Nice? I don't give a damn exactly voodoo witchcraft. doesn't count with me. I want to know the metabolic pathway. You're talking my wife here. Not Politics not are not a painting on the wall. Do I like it or not. Why get I'm GonNa live or die? By what the Hell you tell me. And you're GONNA be gone when you kill me. You'll be unaccountable. And the only reason I last so long without dying right away because the body is so good. That's why these runs get approved. That don't kill you. Run off the bat. My joke about this is any drug will be approved. As long as it doesn't kill you right away. It kills you during the trial. They have to stop. It lasts three months. It's over you and I and our listeners know because I've I've referred them the pride how many how many drugs are recalled after a year. Do we have crisis? Yeah and people like you said the FDA almost will prove anything and do drug companies. Yeah hold back then. You will die unless people die. There has to be a very small benefit and unless they die during the study you get the dog and the doctor doesn't and how I I don't believe in the doctor. It's not the doctors fall. They don't know well. They know that's the problem that the pro. They don't understand he's going by. What the Drug Rep told him. He doesn't know. Gosh you've been listening to professor PESCA. And he is the expert on parent essentially number. One day I'll take a look and they purchased a question and answers with our ministers. I think but I don't WanNa just leave you with one. When I thought that I that that's going through my mind. It looks down to pairing to me at my age and and my fifty five years of experience that everything happens at the cell membrane. Yeah and if we we have six remembering we we're not gonNA live a long and fruitful. We're not GONNA die young as we get older. We're GONNA die on so so it looks it. Looks like we can do oxygen Systemic enzymes in an apparent essential oils to keep that some membrane functioning. Because what's going to help us to lead a more productive life as we age is there. Do you agree or disagree with any of that. You've you've got it okay. You because that's how a membrane is everything that is the actual brain to the salads. Not The nucleus you can rip out the nucleus. So we'll live for months you're about the cell membrane deaden a couple of weeks so even that part is wrong. For centuries the cell nucleus is everything now.

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"new england journal madison" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"My mission a white physician is to be humble and respectful to patients, not only as an act of compassion. But as a revolutionary act against racism elitism and hierarchy and yet I am a racist shape, sometimes subtle tendrils of white supremacy, deeply embedded in our culture. I mean, this not as a sanctimonious admission of guilt, but as a cold self reflection and action, oh, it's a sanctimony this admission of guilt, you wrote down what you're thinking Honey bunny. Yeah, you're thinking it like when you go like, hey, man, not to be offensive, but you smell like shit. Like yard being offensive. And you did say what you meant. They are being sanctimonious. Yes, I'm going to read on let me let me let you you. You get the idea. The point is is now that racism is basically invisible we gotta turn it in now. But we're not done like there may be no more cross burnings clansmen. But we still got racism, look, this female, doctor here who's gynecologists and focuses on women of color. She needs to do more. But listen, what kind of racist, which you what if I was actually having a clans meeting, and this shrew showed up could you imagine me what kind of meeting that be like I'm races. Oh, good. We're going to go burn down the black jersey. Hold on. I'm doing a Pap smear like come on. That's she's racist. You're not I drew. Here's why I don't like her. Okay. You are stealing focused from whatever racism is left. That's affecting people in. A in in a real way and also worldwide which she has some show evidence of her own let let's hear her evidence moments. When I spend a bit more time and effort educating white patient or objectify black patient or connect more deeply with a patient who looks like me on my foot. Wait, hold on. Connect more deeply with a patient. Who looks like me. What does that mean? Connect me. Empathize more should this is a narcissist and raises she's racist and narcissus boat. Well, but also if has looked like her for her to feel good about the if you're good at your job, whether it's driving a bus or Pap smear. Do you have to connect deeply with? I I don't feel like I've had a deep connection with anybody's worked on my mouth or my knee want them to be competent. I work mental health stuff. I do have to I would argue hero. At our college should not be doing that. It's not training the deep connection in gynecologist two things. I'd like to keep separate rooms. I hope that's not having a deep connection with her gynecologist as we speak. I recently scheduled an appointment during non clinic day for an educated white woman whose baby I delivered would have done. So for less educated black patient. Sitting farther than usual, black patient or hospital that. I once mistook one black resident for another resident who's also black. Well, okay. Couple of things if there were a few Filipino guys running around here, we've only got half. But if there were a few Filipino guys running around here one could easily call out someone else's name mistake, if you had medium height red haired freckled dudes same thing. He has I this notion that you call this person and think it was that person or that person if this person anyone who shares any physical characteristics, height kmby, skin color, can be hairstyle can be age can be many things. I don't think falls on a heading of racism, right? The fact that we're always sort of call it race it when you mistake that guy for that girl, or whatever it is. But if you're grandiose and looking for racist. You are yes. I would for system racist way, more narcissistic races. But I would I would say when you're drawing up comparisons. You don't go a white woman with a high occasion level or high whatever and uneducated black woman, you go an educated black woman and an educated. Why one the fact that you're saying one is poor and uneducated and black and the others educated white sort of tips your hand a little bit as well. She's classes then. Yeah. Yes classes, anyway, look New England Journal Madison should not be publishing those you should have seen this week stuff. Really? Oh, it's all deep deep..

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"new england journal madison" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"new england journal madison" Discussed on Untangle

"Laser something really high tech you powerful. And I think our unique contribution has been to use these very high tech expensive state of the art scientific measures. To prove how powerful these very simple and low tech and low cost interventions can be so e well is the first one. So let's stick with eat. Well for a second because he said something that I'm sure lots of people's ears are gonna park up to all the people who are on a high protein Kito type Palio type diet have just said, what did he say, let's dive into this a little bit because people will need it unpacked are appreciative. I mean, I'm I'm so tired of his diet wars. You know, I debated Dr Atkins numerous times in so many different forums before he died in his his autopsy, which was publicly released the died of heart failure. So it wasn't a tad. He's because his heart. His there was an article in England a medicine Stephen Smith wrote the looks at what happens in arteries on different diets and on a whole foods plant based I like, I recommend the arteries are clean on a standard American diet, which has the unfortunate, but probably appropriate acronym of sad. They're partially clogs and on Atkins, Kito, paleo, whatever. The latest version of that is there significantly clogged. Even if they lose weight even cholesterol levels, come down. And so that's why I approach would sets it off apart from all these others is that we have the science. We have the only randomized trials showing that these lifestyle changes can actually reverse heart disease, reverse prostate cancer, reverse other conditions like that. And we published in the Lancet and the New England Journal Madison in JAMA and circulation and the Americans of cardiology, and you know, all the leading peer reviewed medical journals because it works, you know, that's what it's work apart. I'd love to be able to tell people that an Atkins paleo Kito, diet, whatever can telling people what they want. Here's a great way to sell books and so on it's just not true. I mean, it's it what makes it so seductive in some ways dangerous is that it's based on a half truth and a half truth is that we Americans eat too much sugar. Intimidate refined carbs, no doubt about it. I mean, that's where we all. Agreed. It's where you go from there. What he replaced that with and replacing those with me and pork rice. And bacon and sausage. These are not health foods, you know, they will cause you to get sick and die prematurely. Whereas if you replace them with good carbs, fruits and vegetables, and whole, grains, and legumes and soy products. They not only don't make you sick. They have literally hundreds of thousands of substances that are anti cancer and heart disease and.

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