18 Burst results for "Nutrasweet"

"nutrasweet" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

02:41 min | 10 months ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Or whatever was in the package. I don't under their first coach. The only sweetener jen xenos oriented grandes. You know he knows what sweetener is. Fucking sweet low is at what the fuck are you talking about. I can't with this gen z. No would sweetener is just gen z. It's bear of sweet and low laying. It's like what are you jesse. Though grew up on stevia. You know that like them. We've been feeding them. Stevia this whole time okay. We have multiple sweeteners artificial sweeteners. Who is in them's of artificial sweeteners. You have the name of the actual chemical and you got a goal. 'cause you have like aspartame is equal nutrasweet but sucralose is splendor and stevia is like trivia. Gob also got pink. You got blue. You've got green. You got yellow okay. What about what about what about what about what about what about what about what about sugar in the raw brown gophers sugar in the wrong in the scab sugar. There is a scam to make people feel better about eating sugar. But it's all sugar. You always say why. Do you have sugar in the raw. Like that sugar in the and everyone crunch crunch whenever you went crunch crunch by. I know i miss it dearly. It will they the number one. Sugar is all euless with that. It's metric spoon. A fuck you okay. Like the new sugar and it's like really fucking good. I love all yellows. I don't know if you can buy it as like a sprinkle when there's like saccharin which is sweet and low. Yes you've got saccharin you've got aspartame you've got stevia you've got sucralose all you los. I'm not even going to pretend that it's anywhere near the league. Xylitol and sorbo tall. These are only other types. Are we talking about things that sweet near coffee. Because i think we should stick to that. I think there's something different. I think you're going into sugar alcohol territory. Let's keep it up with aspartame. Saccharin sucralose and stevia and ran aground as album sweetener for that in there too. That's fake sugar. So we have sweetener as in our immigrant as album aspartame. Saccharin sucralose stevia. Again you got you do link you do the rank from who to them from to them from to them. God aspartame was the subject of so much like drama of keeping it up at the top. We don't hear much about saccharin. These days she sort of old hat. I'm gonna say sacri- at the bottom sacri- who yest- then we're going to go up to sucralose is the chemical splendor splendors much here danny or so much easier than sucralose whereas we say that as we say yellow yellow. So we're going to go.

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Now what are the stories. Rumsfeld told me that i was always thought was fantastic is richard. Nixon was not a conservative. He was republican conservative. Nixon started the epa and he was all about wage and price controls and the conservatives in the nixon administration led by dick cheney put don rumsfeld in charge of wage and price controls for richard nixon because they knew that rumsfeld was opposed to wage and price controls so he could stonewall the effort it was just a remarkable guy and of course rumsfeld. He got he was in congress and he actually had a coup that led a republican coup. That put a gerald ford in power in for the republicans in congress before ford became president. You're just a remarkable guy. And did he went out during the reagan administration and worked in the private sector and ultimately came back. And i will tell you. So what was it. Nutrasweet his company. I forget but they held the patent on nutrasweet and one time question nutrasweet and got a memo from don rumsfeld He was famous for his snowflakes. Nimmo's everywhere around the department of vinci's famous for memos and he sent me a memo defending nutrasweet. And like yes. Sir will not argue with you One time after after he office i he had armed Shoulder surgery rotator. Cuff surgery and he was going with victoria to a photography and needed someone to curious bag for him. He wasn't able to carry his bag around and his assistant who normally would and he was appalled at the idea of a Of a woman having to carry his bag for him so i volunteered and we walked around this museum there. I forget the. I forget the photographer. But this photographer had been taking portraits of politicos. Going back to like the eisenhower administration and rumsfeld had a story about every single personal. That will he knew everybody. And the thing that struck me as a man who the left despises to this day. I mean they're gleeful. At the report of his death was quite disturbing and disgusting but rumsfeld had stories about everybody and there were some people who is critical of but there were also a lot of people he was not and it wasn't a partisan thing he and you know i remember. He had rumsfeld's rules which was a little guy to work in washington. The white house and one of his rules was never ever condemn the decisions made by your predecessor or sick sesser regardless of party because you are not in their shoes and he was just he i mean he was. He was a gentle giant The man was sharp and one of the things that he instructed. Everyone around him was to learn a very simple phrase and use it frequently three words. I.

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

"What to expect by katy manning. A poem made of items found in the index of the book. What to expect when you're expecting expect accidents expect acne additives. Age and airbags expect alcohol allergies and altitude expect. Analgesics expect animals ankles and antidepressants expect autopsy. Findings expect bathing bending botanical 's and breaking news. Expect bruises expect cabbage. Leaves expect castor oil and katz expect cell phones chemicals cl- media and clay expect cleaning products cocaine and cold weather. Expect computer monitors expect copper costs and coughing exercises expect dance. Workouts and death expect diving. Doppler driving in dromedary drew expect embarrassment expect. Electric blankets and equal employment. Expect is and facials. Expect failure fantasies fast food and feet expect fig bars fingernails fish flying football and freckles. Expect fruit juice expect gardening expect german measles grains grief and guns expect hair expect heat lamps and hiccups expect hiking horseback riding hot tubs on hot weather. Expect hypnosis expect ice skating insect repellent and itching expect jetlag and jogging. Expect kickboxing expect k y. Jelly expect lacerations and laser eye surgery. Expect lead exposure and lovemaking expect manicurist marijuana masks and meet expect meditation. Milk version and moles. Expect mosquito bites and music expecting nasal strips expect nicotine patches noise and nutrasweet expect online drug shopping expect optimism expect organ donation and organic produce expect outside influences. Expect paint fumes pasteurization peanuts pesticides and pets. Expect pins and needles. Expect raspberry leaf tea. Expect read palms reduction religious belief and rest expect ribs ripening and risk expect rowing machines. Expect saddle block expect safety saliva and salt expect scalp stimulation and scuba diving. Expect seatbelts sex and shoes expects skiing and skin sampling. Expect smells expect softball. Stockings and stomach bug. Expect sugar sung block and sushi. Expect taichi tears teeth and tex expect toes touching train travel expected vaporisers vegetables and vision expect warts.

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"So we see it in clinic all the time. I had a client she drink Diet Coke for decades and decades, and she had anxiety for Decades and decades and finally we got her off the Diet Coke. It was very difficult for her, but her anxiety dramatically improved and she was able to start lowering her dosage of her medication. And both of us are convinced it was. Here's the Diet Coke Diet Coke people that are Thinking they're saving themselves from a lot of problems by going with the Diet Coke. There's still a lot of those chemicals and artificial sweeteners, and I know we're going to talk more about that in a little bit. So you may be thinking. How does sugar cause depression anyway? We know the brain needs a little glucose or sugar to function. I emphasize a little Uh, s so in 24 hours the brain needs about 62 G of glucose. Which can easily be get you. We we get from eating fruit. Vegetables breaks down anything that has a carbohydrate value break down to glucose. And if you consume muffins are doughnuts or soda or candy or cookies. You can flood that brain with too much sugar and this excess sugar can lead to brain inflammation, which can result in depression and anxiety. No. We hear over and over during this pandemic proteins are really struggling with depression and young adults are struggling with depression. Seniors are struggling with depression. Perhaps we need to look more at what people are eating and how it relates to their level of depression. In a study conducted in 2018 with with 15,500 adults, they found the people who were Depressed, ate the most process carbs such as bread, french fries, muffins, chips and crackers. On the other hand, that people who ate vegetables Barry's kidney beans, lentils. Had the lowest risk for developing to depression. So the same could be said for avoiding wakened during these stressful times. What is good for the brain is also good for the body. Yeah, We're a package. Take care of the whole whole body. Okay, now Let's talk about those artificial sweeteners that we mentioned. The artificial sweeteners have significant impact on our health and our brains. Aspartame also called NutraSweet and sucralose. Also, you is Splenda, for example, One study found that people who consumed artificial sweeteners also used in diet drinks are more depressed. And people who don't consume diet drinks and interesting study in 2017 on ass. Aspartame found that aspartame in diet soda blocks the release off the feel good, neurotransmitter dopamine. And also serotonin and a whole host of other ones..

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Calls 7036987117. Come back, everybody. Dr Thomas. L hear you should listen to Dr Thomas alive. Indeed we are, And it's unfortunate that it's kind of an ugly day. But but it's sunshine on your face and go for a walk and a light your way and have a really great afternoon. Really enjoy your week talking about all kinds of things going into 2000 and 21 1 very important. Process is called diabetes, and there's way too many of you that are in that place. We said earlier that about 20 Million Americans have diabetes and about 25% of them are unaware that they have it and there's another 50 million Americans. That are in a pre diabetic pattern is crazy. You know, it needs to stop in a news to stop very rapidly. I'm right here at Triple 86309625 years. Triple 8630 96 25. Yes, I'm taking phone calls. And if you'd like to get a hold of the office or talk to me outside of the program's real simple go to 7036987117. And call results Center for healing. One of our doctors will get back to you very properly. If you want to send me a note. You can do it through the Web site or you can simply go to r t r at roselle care dot com That's RTR at Rose. L care. Outcome and I will answer you. I do that on a regular basis, so feel free. You know, it takes me all the time, because as you could imagine, we have a lot of emails that air coming in. So when we're treating diabetes, you know we're bringing it down into what do you do about it? And you know there's a lot of things that you have to be aware of it, and we could actually spend the whole show on this, But we're not going to, but we're gonna give you some Guidelines. All right guidelines such as, for example, you know, you want to get rid of all the junk in your diet. You want to switch to a diet that's mostly nutrient dense vegetables cooked and that really raw If you're gonna eat rob vegetables, they're a little bit more difficult. They put a greater burden on your pancreas. Your pancreas is responsible for breaking down the outer coat of raw vegetables. You know, some mates, no breads, pastas. No sweetened products. You know, you have to bring this under control, high priced Sima carbohydrates need to be avoided. So anything that is quick acting white flour, white sugars, white anything and you could need to stay away from the ship is completely and NutraSweet should never be used as it can significantly worsen diabetic complications. So Just because they tell you that it's localize him again next. Not so much. There's something called our lip poet acid. It's one of the basic supplements to use when it comes to Dealing with blood sugars and dropping him down. And I want you to be aware that so if you're working with the natural health practitioner, and you can't even suggested your physician that really works pretty well. The dosages could be used anywhere from 200 mg up to 400 MG three times a day with your mails. It depends on the severity of your diabetes, which you have to make sure you're dealing with somebody who knows what they're doing with this stuff. Otherwise, you can you know across some other issues as well. Ah, There's something called a Nana Curse A 10 and Nanako crewman. Everybody's heard of, You know these elements more and more and more and more. What it does is, it decreases the free radical damage? That's done by diabetic problems. You have to make sure you're taking a big complex and magnesium and little bit of natural vitamin E and C and you've guessed what you're going to get this thing out of control. But remember what I said the beginning. One of the most important things is exercise. Get off your duff. But sitting around get outside, Go do something that's important. And don't wear those stupid masks When you're outside by yourself getting you need some fresh air. This stuff is not going to school. It is not going to jump out of the trees and bite you is going to You know, stay well away from you unless you're second face with somebody or sharing drinks and someone who has it, and your immune system is low and we said, if you're if you're diabetic for your blood sugars are off. Your immune system is going to be weakened, and that's why people who are diabetic and that's why I'm doing the topic today have Greater Predispositions to any viral patterns, but especially this covert 19. These are the people that are having problems. So we have to make sure that we know all the information. We know it well, and we handle it. Effectively and adequately as we as we move through, I was reading an article the other day, and I want to get into it a little bit. Is we go through the program? I've had patients talk to me about mask wearing and so far they want to give you some some data that is Every few double that you really should know about. And as we get into the, you know, the second part of the program. I wanna cover this at a much more in depth level because You know when I see little Children Mass up when there's nobody around and I see you mess up when you know you're out there by yourself, and there's really you have no fear this but you reacting to all the talking heads and so forth. It really irritates me and I find it unbelievable. That's.

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Back to this hour of the Doctor Bob March and show we're here each and every week. Same time, Same place. If you think other people in your life could benefit by listening to this show they can. If they are missing the program. Right now, you can always go back into the podcast library on my personal Web site and hear it again. Or for the first time at Dr bob dot com, spelling out the word doctor. All the social media platforms. The news etcetera now Prior to the break. We were talking with Jennifer, who's calling in on behalf of her 11 year old daughter who develops migraine headaches develop migraine headaches five years ago. Things set off the migraine headaches. Like when the weather changes when she reads or uses her eyes successively, I guess. So what does that mean? What It tells me that she's maladaptive, which means it's not normal to have my greens from weather changes. It means there's already something wrong. It's not the weather that's causing the migraines. It's the weather change. Whether goes hot or cold or human or dry. It's the tipping point. Because if they were the weather or reading, everybody would have migraine headaches. What it means is that there's something that's already there something that exists that's wrong with Jennifer's child. And it just takes just a little nudge One extra stress or That she doesn't adapt to and migraines, then shut down. My greens, of course, are much more serious than a regular Garden variety headache because it's a vase, a dilatory affect its a flooding of blood supply or inflammation into one side of the brain. And it could be very bad can cause all kinds of visual distortions, nausea, vomiting, excessive pain. So There's with my greens is more complicated, Jennifer. But let me ask you this one thing that you can try that is highly effective in this age bracket for headaches in general. And that would include migraines is to make sure that there isn't some kind of distortion or disruption in and about her head and neck area Because Children fall down, they're involved in accidents constantly. When they're testing gravity out or doing sports or running around, you know, and so you know, they're They're neck and their jaw and everything gets out of balance and muscles get tied up. And if that happens That could absolutely trigger headaches. And when here comes the weather, and it makes, you know just the adaption of whether that most of us tolerate and handle. It's the tipping point or she has to read. So my suggested if evidence already See the chiropractor. Try the massage therapist. Try some acupuncture treatments, You know, do things like that. See the dentist to make sure her jaws not on the balance. Maybe she had some dental work done on a tooth or something that may have created it. I don't know. I'm just talking out loud. It's better to go that route than drugging her up. And kicking the can down the road. Right? Right. Okay. Does that make any sense? Tractor? It does. We did see a contractor for a long time, and they didn't completely don't away. They may have lessened, but I I kind of Kind of gave up the little balance since I didn't go away completely, all right, so if it had an effect, you may be on the right track. But maybe there's something else beyond what the chiropractor is able or capable within his scope of practice to do like, say, for example, Maybe it's the neck and the jaw or maybe it's the neck and something she's eating like Doritos chips, which have Tyra mean in him. Which is an allergic food. Or maybe it's something like NutraSweet. She's getting into with you. No soda pop that has artificial flavors in it that can set off migraines. It's a major migraine headache. Trigger, So maybe the combination of those things or In her case, she might have even a cranial fault problem, which means there's something gone wrong inside of her skull, this misaligned and if the chiropractor's been trained in that he can address it, or she can address it, But if they're not, they can't try another chiropractor. See what happens. Okay. Okay. Would sing an O d Be helpful? Not yes. Optometry Doctor. Yes, because it could be eyestrain. And there are I exercises along with of course, refraction and proper glasses. That can absolutely be the cause of this migrant and could be the tipping point And then the weather comes in and something else makes it worse. Okay. Okay. Thank you. Dr Robert. Appreciate your help. You're very welcome. Thank you for calling on her behalf. I wish more parents would take this sort of Rational approach to problems like this migraine headaches or not, For God's sake, a drug deficiency in your diet. You're not a Tylenol deficiency or an aspirin deficiency. And I'd be broken Division C or any other drug deficiency. Those drugs there to relieve pain, and they are sometimes effective at that. They shouldn't be used Long term. Because that's just Frosting on bird cake. It's painting over termites. You know, it's just It's something that's not going to resolve the problem. There's a cause behind her migraines. It just hasn't been discovered. Now, if the chiropractic treatment helped Didn't stay away. Maybe the job was not complete. Maybe there was something else that the doctor should have done to complete the treatment that unbeknownst to Jennifer That doctor shooters should have been doing and who knows, but at least if it affected it. In any manner whatsoever, and it sounds like I did. It sounds like you're on the right track that it could be musculoskeletal. It could be neurological. It could be bio mechanical, because if it if it had nothing to do with that the treatment wouldn't have had any effect. What so ever And I did. And so maybe that in combination with maybe some massage therapy Or some postural exercises or physical therapy.

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on Pantheon

"E Be Mad G. Shop stuff like that. Bob Does something you and your kids can agree on something with nutrasweet instead of sugar. Like to also. We thank. Jim. Brickman. Is An easy listening piano superstar but you probably know him best for his fifteen second masterworks g. e. we bring good things to life or the we're Flintstone kids vitamin SONG That is now stuck in my brain for the next day or so. Thanks, a lot Jimbo. It's not only enterprising artists that swing back and forth between the two worlds. Times songs that started out as commercial fodder end up being respected and lucrative songs as singles or album cuts. And Nineteen Sixty four General Motors commissioned the song little GTO to give their new Pontiac model of rock and roll edge. The song became a top forty hit for Ronnie in the Daytonas was even covered by the beach. Boys. The carpenters we've only just begun started life as a bank advertisement which makes sense as it excites me about as much is. Opening a low interest savings account. The left field hit forever autumn off the Bizarre Disco Sifi Rock Opera War of the worlds the musical was initially song encouraging kids to buy more legos. David Dundas was a no name power pop musician until his song was picked up for Bruce Jeans the lyrics were tweaked and played in thirty second chunks worldwide, which sent the original song.

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Fans for For actual teams for roster bubble guys. You need every second of it. You want every second of it when we talk to George during a little bit, or Cody Rourke. They're both going to be probably a little bit bump. We all understand. This from the fan's perspective, because it's not the same quality it just can't be and coaches will never treat meaningless games as the same quality. I don't have to do now required to. I can't blame don't play the starters. I've been on many of shows over the course of my time Broadcasting saying, Don't don't play starters. If you don't really have to. Whatever the minimum, the bare minimum to feel ready for the season is do that. And even that, I wouldn't consider some guys. Shouldn't even ever see the feel like there was a point we're talking about. Von Miller should never see the field in preseason. What is he gonna gain from that? Oh, well, it helps him tune up for game. You know, actual game speed, the guy's future Hall of Famer. He doesn't need game speed. At this point. He's he's got that down. You have conversations at that time. I think we had about a keep believin Chris Harrison me throughout the years, you could point to certain players that are vets that you just said that they know how to get ready for the season. I don't need them in there any longer than they absolutely have to the offense, on the other hand off last several years that you and I want to see some of the offensive players out there, working and getting in a little bit of rhythm. That tends to be very important. Preseason games. We get it. All of us. We get it. It's it's it's not. It's not really football, not the football you love. It's Like diet football if you will. And you know, like my dad. My dad loves Diet Coke, especially in line. He's a big diet Coke with lime. When I was growing up, he drank two or three a day. No kidding. I'm supplying. I'm surprised. Doesn't glow green at night. To be honest with all of the NutraSweet. I don't know if that's a side effect. I'm just making it up. It probably isn't so apologize to all the nutrition people. But the thing is, it's like some people really do like diet Coke or diet things. But most of time when you say diet something It's a water down or not as good as theory. Jinnah ll kind of thing, and that's kind of what preseason games are. So we we get exactly I'm a hard call for hardcore football fan. Cover the team. I watched the train look about their training camp usually out there totally is. I want to see how these guys play on the field against other competition. I think for us like covering teams as media members. There's a certain amount of I've already seen this rep against this competition. It's time it's time to mix it up a little bit. I want to see some other guys out there competing and want to see even if it's not quite football. Diet football. I want to see it out there. You get excited about that, and the fans get excited, too. They want to see their team. It would see how the other looking but then, But then there's the overemphasis or overreaction on what preseason games actually mean anyways, right so We we can we can do without that. In the end, we can all do without that. So hardcore football fans, the actual teams. Players, especially the bubble, guys, see if A's college football college free agents Those those guys were all that This is not they're not gonna be happy about this. We could talk a little bit about that, too. Especially missing the fourth preseason game, but I think about it, the fourth preseason game is on ly what it is as a result of the other three So We talk about these things as if they're in silos, as in well, the fourth preseason games that opportunity, the last ditch effort for a guy on the bubble to make the roster or a guy that was Going to be cut anyways. Now is a chance to put some film out there so another team might pick him up. Well, now there's only two. What says one of those other games can't be that game. But why can't you get more reps for those guys? I order you to flip it the other way, the other thes two preseason games. Matter so much now you have to play starters. Strategy, and this has got to be kind of interesting. It is historically would have looked at that first preseason game, so they locked off the first in the fourth. That's what we understand right now. By the way, the NFLPA has to agree to all this. That was one of the more fascinating things that came out today is this was announced. NFL is Lopping off two preseason games, and a lot of the people from the NFLPA were like it's news to us. You know, not. We just got done watching what happened with Major League baseball. You think maybe we'd all learned a little bit from that? Not anger the Players association or make sweeping decisions without involving the Players Association in the NFL could do what they want in that case. They got to call tomorrow. What is? 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"nutrasweet" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Acting natural in South urging people to come in our establishments all natural steak again bring your mom's name out there but this is definitely a first for us my daughter directed them to where they thought he was going to have a copy the answer is no place to go swimming the swimming area is a first off hand held during what he thought he doesn't like drama NutraSweet packet on the ground or something and then over to get it I just I'm really glad to that Bernie Sanders didn't do this I was wondering if three how long is it because if I spell a little bit of medical that's I don't want that to happen and I would like to go to a swimming hole before the big CNN debate next week and which I will be fully may get the next one and showing you that I have absolute zero response romantically as a mental image for the right moment for everybody bird cage as water here others resonate I think is about fifteen minutes away from doing that anyway he looks a little lost seven decades of never man's gaping too you know if that right all right we gotta go I think it's time to yeah the price tag on that hip new pair of jeans never says about forty dollars a box of many marshmallow puffs cereal business starting at four ninety nine so why is the price of a new car such a guessing game.

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

14:14 min | 3 years ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on WGN Radio

"But it was not DisneyWorld Disneyland style. But he said he goes, you've got to go to the website and find he goes a couple of the restaurants have the actual machine. And they do it the way they do it in Disney were just not one of them. Can you know, let's find that out and have them come up. I think you told me the one in Lincoln Shire has the machine. I just assumed well if what has the machine they all bought the machine. Right. But I was wrong. I do also have to say I haven't had frozen yogurt in a long, long time. Good isn't an incredibly good. I almost like it. Sometimes more than I ice cream. They have a pomegranate, flavor that I'm looking at Mench. She's, and I bet. That's really good. They had twelve flavors yesterday that they rotate all the time I went with peanut butter and German chocolate cake, were the two that I had that would be that was pretty good. Very expensive taste. Yeah. Throw a free ice cream person if it doesn't chocolate in it, forget it neat. Yeah. We are. Also different. We really are. I mean just with I would go if I'm I would do, like a pineapple that dole whip is really honestly the best thing I've ever had this taste to it had the essence of your Disney delwip the flavor was there, but the consistency was different because it was yogurt as opposed to the whip, you know. But that's non dairy. We learned the dole whip is non dairy. Here we go. Dole whip pineapple sore bay. You can order a cake. Oh, could you do that? Yeah. Order a cake. But this says dole soft serve. Yeah, right. So the difference is you could get it the way I sampled it yesterday and soft serve, or he could get the traditional dole whip the Disney style if the franchises equipped with the machine, which he was not yesterday. And there's apathy said, some are you have to it's hard to find out who is to call them? Could you call them? And then everyone call all of them. There's like eleven or twelve of them in Illinois. I've never seen one until yesterday. You. Yeah. You'd better get right in there a lot. The one downtown Highland Park close to Deerfield. Oh oh, right. Right. That's the closest one to me. But I think the one I think you said Wendy lasts two weeks ago. The one in Lincolnshire is the one that equipped with the machine. That's the closest one to us. I can't find it that information now. And, you know, meant she's you're going to have to call. Yeah. That's all right. I don't mind make the McCall everything was knows kala let us know. Everything was still really good. I just really had my heart set on one and even though it was still tasty. It was not the Disney experience that I wanted to send chaplain, I went with the peanut butter and the chocolate. And then I went on the jungle cruise ride. Yeah. Always do I always do? All right. Here are more the phrases, the generation Z slang dictionary phrases that a teacher, Massachusetts has compiled for us, so that we can all converse with the teenage kids. What does this mean Wendy if I'm pulling up to if I'm sending you a pull up. What am I sending means I wet my pants and I need to pull up. No, that's about it at all mainly arriving to the party. Yes. Yep. There's a band being performed. There's band performing. The city and I mean, this is just so not soundproof. No, you would think in a radius. Yeah. The pro the monitor's on really loudly in that little area that connects all the studios. So not distracting at all. Are you vibrating a little bit? Well, yeah, but it has nothing to do with the bans jasmine, could you call each other. We need to set up a meeting. Thank you. I don't whip pineapple floats now. Vailable at Menchu's frozen yogurt location. Yeah. This is on Reddit, which you gotta be careful. It's not never as good outside the parks. But then again, what is it's been available at meant. She's for quite some time couple of years now. It's the same thing. Always good. But it doesn't say which particular meant she's, you will have to call. And maybe they can assist you. That's what I'll do. I'll call their corporate headquarters. I'm sure they would have a list of mass everywhere. I needed it all the location. And then try and work out where they bring a machine up here. Would that be heavenly to have that appear? You know, I do this all the time with things I would have like one every day for maybe two weeks and then I'd be like I'm done. There was a time where you and I were not working together. But I was talking about slurpy and I called them miraculous. I said, there's to me the modern miracle is the slurpee machine. I just love slurpy. So then a guy sent me a note saying that he's got three refurbished ones, and he'll give me one. He goes, I'm not asking for money. He goes, I'll give you a slurpee machine. I know how bad the want one and I couldn't do it because not because I would do what you would do, because I would be I would have them every, I would have them all day every day. Where would you put that in your house might find a place? I. Next to the bed, get up in the morning, Bill. Where's the nightstand hallway till you see what we have instead of nightstand? Slurpy this. I I'm not a big slurpee fan. They need to invent a good diet coke wine. I really do with, with the slurpee the they have diet options. But if you're going to do a slurpee slurpy gotta go free. Yeah. If you like the flavor of diet, coke, regular coke won't cut it Bill. Right. Yeah. So it's not for me now. Good, drink it. Oh, yeah. You know what's so weird? Those you hear this study done all the time that NutraSweet and all these artificial sweeteners are actually sweeter than sugar. So when you that's why they say you know, if you want to lose weight, actually give up diet coke. Right. Just drink water or diet, soft drinks worse for you than regular songs. They make you gain weight. Right. That's what I'm saying. Yeah. Because the the fake sugar is sweeter than real sugar. So you're, you're craving sweet things than all the time. Yeah. So you're supposed to give up soda altogether and just drink water. Right. But if you like a real coke to me, it tastes sweeter than diet coke, but it isn't. It's so funny how your taste buds. They acclimate you. There's nothing better when you take a can of coke, and it's kind of frozen and slushy in there. You know. It's so crushed ice. I can't go slurpy. I have I gotta be honest with on it. Crushed is, is the best. I like the slush puppy, a little better than the slurpee. It's like little. It's granular. Yes. And it's more of a drink you and it's like almost like yeah. Like HALE is an aqap with flavor almost like a snow cone, an icy or slush puppies. The fruit flavored ones, the really brightly colored. Pick your color, and they pump the they pump the air, and then it's like little tiny nuggets, pull out that knob and the slugger comes in. It's almost like a snow cone, L C, because they're like, little tiny pellets, and I like that better because to me a slur be is too airy. Oh, see. I like that. And when you when you're at the very end Bill, you'll appreciate this. Like you have a little bit less and you have to kind of strike it up and get it out. That's always the strong with the spoon on the bottom of it at setting. Yeah. Not a not a little kid. With the polar bear on a convenience store to our puppies. And you really do. Are you doing the same as I used to work at a pool concession stand as a teenager, and they had the slush puppy machine and I was like favorite thing making flush puppies, the dog on it with the hat, like the surfer hat, and a lot of people com- you know, how you like to go blue raspberry a lot of people used to combo the flavors. Oh, that was snow cones a lot, too. I was almost, but so cone, you can still you can mix the flavors, but they can still separate them on the snow. Mixes together at the bottom. Yeah, that's true. Good point. A lot of places used to offer up a drink option that was signed with beer. They called it a suicide. I don't think they'd get away with that today. It was Dr Pepper root beer. Orange whatever was in a line is now when you go into a place and you get, you know, the drinks yourself and it's all line, that's where my kids because they would just go just go down the road. And that's not good though. It's not that good. It's because you can't discern the flavor. It's, it's, it's a little bit of everything, and it doesn't end. Well, if anything has mountain doing it. Fear is such a strong flavor that, that overpowers it's almost like a little kids version of a Long Island iced. Yes, it is. Those on ladies nights at Oliver's and Lombard. Got a mug. I think it was like ten bucks for a mug and you could bring it back every Thursday night, and then it was our no five dollars for all you can drink for women. Did away with those all you can drink things. Weren't guys. Complaining about lady was a time where guys were saying, hey, that's not fair ladies night. They get in, they get all this free stuff. Guys. Yeah. Because bitch about. I know what if you're rationing. What are you doing? I am so rationing. What are you reading? What? What exactly? Are you doing? If I say, hey, when do you want to come out and play I can't? I'm rationing. What are you doing? I am rationing my energy, so. I have a rash, my skin. You are making fun of somebody, which you'd never do this hypothetical. Are you going out? No, I'm rash. I you wanted to come out and play. But you couldn't because you're making fun of somebody. Oh, maybe tomorrow. What is I don't know if I can say this one. Now. There's no dump button on the surname. Visit involve dumping. How can I? No kind of let me come back to that one. I I'll come back to that. Maybe that will be a big thing now. Yeah. Maybe baby career could be the last one to forever. What are smacks? What are smacks max? Yep. Kisses could be. But not not a hundred percent but very, very close a Hickey. No, I have no idea hasty treats. All right. Of course. Max. Yeah. Yeah. What are slaps? If something slaps, what is it? I bought a new car. You know what? It's slaps awesome. It's good. It's high quality. You know why it's called that because lappy white. No, it isn't sloppy. Wait insisted only the finest one, so in honor of slap away, we say slaps, maybe when oriented said, Maxie. Max becomes like my dad gave me my name. What is this as your sister? You would think that would would that you just cases. It's just hey girl. It's an exclamation of disbelief. I am in total SIS. Why what is what is that short for? I don't understand that one. Stupid. If you Wendy has secured a bag. What have you done about some weight? No. Some money. Wow. Yeah. Jasmine, she's like eight years younger, but just she's doing fantastic. She's good. Now again. She's young guys. Let us point out that like cabbage Brad. Conversational. The jasmine is said to us that this was written on the east coast. Massachusetts, of course in the New England area. So some of these may not be exactly what we use here in the United States in the midwest. Partly because New York is not the whole different country up there in New England seating from the union. If you take the L now here's a good example, because in Chicago. If you take the l you probably went to the cubs game. But in other parts of the country if you take the l what are you doing? You take the loss, dick loss, make a sacrifice very nice jazz. When it's written out, is it take the letter l. Yeah. All right. Well, you should have explained that. Oh, you thought it might be. Yeah. No take to give the grandmas and grandpa, a little time to answer. If you have spilled some T TA like some Lipton her for Salata. What if you spilled some tea with you done? Uh-huh. I made a mistake, just spilled some tea. What does she do? She made a mistake can I gave up seeking this? Wait, wait. Let them. Are you are? You guys done guessing. Yeah. Jazz. What does that mean? You have spilled some tea tone telling the gossip. Yes. Kim got it said talent secrets. You get that. Say that one what telling secret spilling t- you're having time, so teatime meager gossip. Yeah. That's so you were. Right. Kim. Telling secrets there. Square charleena half a circle. Wendy, your tight. What are you?.

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:20 min | 3 years ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"But you gotta void the bad foods, the fried foods, processed meats gluten, and of course, for the black artists when people have plaque in the arteries, whether it's in the crowded decry, the coronary arteries, the brain arteries kidney, arby's it. Stints in bypasses done. You have plaque and all your arteries. It doesn't just occur in one artery. It's everywhere everywhere. And of course, I've actually publish articles on plaque in your arteries of wild sheep from that was mountains of North Africa. We're in the heck today, you know, get the inflammation arteries in. They weren't getting closer. All so we're at him, and what was happening there. They're being Inonu just two months here mixed grain which include week, which is in a metal born during the summertime the germ oil oxidized turned into trance fans, cause the inflammation. And causes plaque ninety eight percent. Plaque in blockage in the arteries Carney, ARGUS of these two wild sheep in the zoo. Okay. And it was written up in nineteen seventy. And of course, it Chaudhry clearly the plaque in the arteries not caused by cholesterol is caused by inflammation by fats oils, actually, get oxidized, so she revolted bad stuff, then again at one Hillary, and heart pack excess lean and let's see here. I would also give her the ultimate daily. Classic cabinets. I would get her two bosses. You could take two three times a day or three twice a day. The purpose here is to support healthy blood pressure. But also to support healthy blood flow through blocked arteries, and I've had people who had seventy five percent of their their livers surgically removed because it was so filled the Scottish sweeping alert, her vinyl Dosen causing jaundice and all that kind of stuff, and we back every all the, bad foods and fried. Food process meets the oils. Gluten got her on the NutraSweet just described for your friend. And and just a couple of months time. She we grew her whole liver, and she'd had two thirds of her liver removed surgically over period of years and actually comes to meeting New York and come to meetings and tell us her testimony. Okay. And yeah, her name is Elaine, and she's just a great great lady. But I do this all over the world deliver wants to heal itself. It has great healing response. And so your friend is in a position where he does these things avoid the bad stuff. She can actually heal her liver. What you only have one liver. Doc, you gotta make it work. Yes. Right. Live with Liber. So what he law writes that his wife is taking Lysenko Pearl. Twenty milligrams for high blood pressure and also eight statin drug for cholesterol. And he simply asks is this good for her health. No. Okay standards. When you when you use dandruff, and you say way from cholesterol, you're going to get Alzheimer's disease. If it's a woman, she's gonna have menopause and all kinds of her moral problems adrenal exhaustion, if it's a male he'll have low T and E D load cholesterol is worse than high cholesterol, high cholesterol is very good makes you sexy. Doesn't it clog up your arteries? No, no, absolutely not. I'm the one that proved is caused by plugging your arteries packing arby's yard, just caused by inflammation. As a result of oxidized oils were talking I'll oil coconut oil MCTL's managers, including all those your worst enemies. Okay. 'cause they today is turned into trans fats can meet another one is bad is Mike Repub corn. Mike Repub corn? This is from the told us that last time that scared the heck out of us. Yeah. Yeah. It causes heart attacks in fifty thousand kids under the age of twelve each year twenty thousand of them died from plaque in the arteries from the microwave popcorn ones that because of the saturated fats. They put in there or what? No, what's it's from the us margin. Kinda you know in their when microwave gets it causes the heat, and then causes real butter. Well, here's the way to do. It. Get an here. Jumper air pump car melt butter salted butter, and then pour the Melton salted butter on top of the air. Pump. Comp corn you're safe and ready to go radio. Interesting take. All right. Let's go to Walter in Pennsylvania. Hey, Walt go ahead. George as usual. It's always great to be only George Walter things. Everything. Good good, George. I got a lot of respect for doc wallet. But I was Tom. I don't think that you've been boiled down average behavior, and you know, do a biochemical litmus test ahead pets. Now, I majored in biology chemistry in college. I was pre mad. I think I mentioned that the joy job. Now, I know one of the one of the standard compounds that's prescribed for anti depression of labral behavior in this country has dilates himself fate which supports what thought while it says, not George the Fort Hood shooter was a chain psychiatrists. Now. You know, you would think he would have known whether he had enough lithium in his system. Now, he he allowed himself to be brainwashed into radical. Islam-? So and so I heard that the sandy hook shooter was you know, when she was only five two or five three was a little guy. Any was always Steve about h high in also and that any also he also killed his own mother. Yeah. Right. Well, you know, they say, well, you know, the psychiatrists said, well, you know, he was trying. This was his way of finally being quote, unquote. Big man now, like, I say, George, I don't think we employ let down to you know, let missteps not I read dot law like might be interested in the statistics. I read I read George what every day in this country. We consume a hundred acres of pizza. Not certainly dot like, my, you know, I mean, he talks about gluten in. It ruins the Sealion the small intestine and obviously at present absorption. You know, what not let's find out has is pizza. Good for you, doc. Well, I like the pizza's made with the caliph lower. Instead a week. You know, the pizza crust. Okay. Gluten free. And there's only one thing better than one pizza was a gluten free crust and it's two pieces request. Of course, I do eat that quite a bit though. I love sushi rice and salmon, and that kind of stuff I mostly like an Asian, but I do like my free pizza, and I particularly like the cauliflower crust. They do very good job of that only caveat is that really should be cooked in a oven. That Hughes only gluten free pizza. You.

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:38 min | 3 years ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"But she got bad foods, the fried foods, processed meats gluten. And of course, for the Blackhawks when people have plaque in the arteries, whether it's in the crowded decry, the coronary arteries, the brain arteries kidney, arti it. Stints in in bypasses done. You have and all your arteries, it doesn't just occur in one artery. Some right. It's everywhere everywhere. And of course, I've actually publish articles on plankton Yaris of wild sheep from the atlas mountains of North Africa. We're in the heck today, you know, get the inflammation arteries in. They weren't getting closer. All so we're at him, and what was happening there being Inonu. Just two months your head mixed grain which include week, which is in a metal born in the summertime, the wheat germ oil oxidized turned into trance fans, cause the inflammation. And causes plaque ninety eight percent. Plaque in blockage in the arteries, coronary argues of these two wild sheep in the zoo. Oh came and it was written up in nineteen seventy. And of course, it Chaudhry clearly plaque in the arteries is not caused by cholesterol is caused by inflammation by fats oils, actually, get oxidized, so she revolted pan stuff, then again at one Hildebrand heart pack, actually him, and let's see here. I would also give her the ultimate daily. Classic cabinets. I would get her two bosses. You could take two three times a day or three twice a day purpose here is to support healthy blood pressure. But also to support healthy blood flow through blocked arteries, and I had people who had seventy five percent of their their livers surgically removed because it was so filled the scar tissue is we all or her vinyl Dosen causing jaundice and all that kind of stuff, and we back every all the bad foods the fried. Puzder process meets the oils. Gluten got her on the NutraSweet just described for your friend. And and just a couple of months time. She regrouped her whole liver and she'd had two thirds of her liver remove surgically over period of years and actually comes to meeting New York and come to meetings and tell us her testimony. Okay. And yeah, her name is Elaine, and she's just a great great lady. But I do this all over the world deliver wants to heal itself. It has great healing response. And so your friend is in a position where she does these things and the bad stuff she can actually heal her liver. What you only have one liver. Doc, you gotta make it work. Yes. Right live with liver. So what e- lawyer writes that his wife is taking Lysenko Pearl? Twenty milligrams for high blood pressure and also a statin drug for cholesterol. And he simply asks is this good for her health. No. Okay standards. When you when you use dandruff, and you stay away from cholesterol, you're going to get Alzheimer's disease. If it's a woman, she's gonna have menopause and all kinds of our moral problems Greenlees end, if it's a male he'll have low T and E load cholesterol is worse than high cholesterol, isn't well, high cholesterol is very good makes you sexy. Doesn't clog up your arteries? No, no, absolutely not. I'm the one that proved is caused by plugging your arteries thanking Yaris yard is caused by inflammation as a result of oxidized oils. We're talking olive oil coconut oil MCTL's manny's, others know, all those your worst enemies. Okay. Because they today is turn into trans fats. Meet another one is bad is Mike Repub corn. Mike Repub corn? This is from you told us that last time that scared the heck out of us. Yeah. Yeah. It causes heart attacks in fifty thousand kids under the age of twelve each year twenty thousand of them die from plaque in the arteries from the microwave popcorn ones that because of the saturated fats. They put in there or what? No, it's from the us margin. Kinda you know in their when microwave gets it causes the heat then causes what if they used real butter? Well, here's the way to do it. Get an ear. Pamper air. Pop your popcorn melt butter salted butter, and then pour the Melton salted butter on top of the air. Pump. Top corn, you're safe and ready to go radio. Interesting take. All right. Let's go to Walter in Pennsylvania. Hey, Walt go ahead. George as you. It's always great to be only George Walter things. Everything. Good good, George. I got a lot of respect for doc wallet. But I was Tom. I don't think that you've been boiled down average behavior, and you know, do a biochemical litmus test ahead pets. Now, I majored in biology chemistry in college. I was pre mad. I think I mentioned that the joy job. I know one of the one of the standard compounds that's prescribed for anti depression and labral behavior in this country has dilates himself Fe which supports what thought while it says, not George to Fort Hood shooter, what's chain psychiatrists. Now. You know, you would think he would have known whether he had enough with him in his system. Now, he he allowed himself to be brainwashed into radical. Islam-? So and so I I heard that the sandy hook shooter was you know, he was he was only five two or five three was a little guy. Any was always Steve's the body. He's high in also and that any also he also killed his own mother. Yeah. Right. Joy Guolian on may say, well, you know, the psychiatrists said, well, you know, he was trying. This was his way of being a quote, unquote. Big man now. Like, I say, I don't think we employ it down to, you know, let missteps not I read doc wallet. Might be interested in statistics. I read I read Georgia every day in this country. We consume a hundred acres pizza. Certainly dock while like, my, you know, I mean, he talks about gluten and it ruins the in the small intestine, and obviously it prevents your absorption. You know, what not let's find out is pizza. Good for you, doc. Well, I like the pizza's made with the confluence a week. You know, the pizza crust. Okay. Gluten free. And there's only one thing better than one pizza was a gluten free crust. And it's two pieces of free crust. Of course, I do eat that quite a bit. I love sushi rice and salmon, and that kind of stuff I eat mostly like an Asian, but I do like my free pizza, and I particularly like the Collin flour crust. They do very good job of that can be out is that really should be cooked in a oven. That Hughes only gluten free pizza. You know, are basically it can't be used for regular piece of interest to stay with us stock. We're gonna take a break, but we'll come back and talk more and take final phone calls doc wallet from critical health, news dot com. And again, the number to call for help one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four get.

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I've had people who had seventy five percent of their their livers surgically removed because it was so Bill scar tissue is we all or her vinyl Dosen causing jaundice and all that kind of stuff, and we back every all the, bad foods and fried foods processed meats the oils. Gluten got her on the NutraSweet just described for your friend. And and just a couple of months time. She regrouped her whole liver, and she'd had two thirds of her liver removed surgically over period of years and actually comes to meeting New York and come to meetings and tell us your testimony. Okay. And yeah, her name is. Lane. And she's just a great great lady. But I do this all over the world deliver wants to heal itself. It has great healing response. And so your friend is in a position where he does these things and the bad stuff she can actually heal her liver. What you only have one liver. Doc, you gotta make it work. Yes. Right. Live with liver. So e Loy writes that his wife is taking Lysenko Pearl. Twenty milligrams for high blood pressure and also aid statin drug for cholesterol. And he simply asks is this good for her health. No. Okay. Stan drugs when you when you use Dan drugs, and you stay away from cholesterol, you're going to get Alzheimer's disease. If it's woman, she's gonna have menopause and all kinds of our moral problems. Greenlees us end if it's a male he'll have low T and E G load cholesterol is worse than high cholesterol. High class was very good. Makes you sexy. Doesn't it clog up your arteries? No, no, absolutely not. I'm the one that proved is caused by plugging your arteries, thanking Yaris yard just caused by inflammation. As a result of oxidized oils were talking olive oil coconut oil M C G managed others. You know, all those your worst enemies. Okay. 'cause they turn into trans fats..

"nutrasweet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Everybody. Thanks for hanging out with us today. It was fun hearing people's Valentine's Day wins and loses and Valentine's Day all year long. Okay. So this was a big big darn deal. And it's everywhere today. Drinking just two cans of sugar free diet drinks in a day increases your chance of a heart attack or stroke by a third man. The studies on diet soda just keep coming out saying that it's maybe not the best thing to drink. It's worse than sugar. It is worse than Chevy that tastes so good. When a crisp one touch the mouth, this is a huge saying he studied. Let's see they tracked. It was the study of eighty thousand women over and over fifty of these women were tracking their drinking over twelve year period. Basically, what it is is that it's interesting, and it was for women when they were older when you would be likely to have a stroke. Yeah. I'm the research was published that of these women they were aged fifty to seventy nine years old at the start of the study, and they track them for an average of twelve years and it was reported at their three year goal. You know, one third one fourth of leeann that they had been consuming drinks, like low, calorie drinks, like diet, tea drinks. Artificial colas fruit beverages that are with sweeteners. So it's not just diet coke and diet, Pepsi in those strings sugar sugar, everything, and they are just saying, basically. You know that there is a different. It changes the metabolism and people in yokes, it's leads to a clogging of arteries. But what it really does is where you can see it is in the smaller blood vessels that when you have a stroke they construct and you get no blood to your brain. So that's how it's happening so really damaging to your house, and they talked about. Cleaning sweeteners change, how the body processes fat and uses energy and actually makes you more overweight. Yeah. Yeah. And people who really are at risk are. Let's see risks rose for a beast people for African American women with no diabetes history. So really messes with but it's for everybody. That's just a group that it was really high for. So they did a study and fed rats. Sugar, and then they gave him artificial sweeteners, including aspartame, and whatever the NutraSweet one is this potassium. And after three weeks, the blood sample showed significant differences and concentration the bio chemicals in their bodies the fats in the menu acid till it literally takes it through a physical change. I quit drinking soda longtime ago. But I do every once in a while love a Fresca. Diet fresca? But it is diet it is by by its nature. Donny..

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:26 min | 3 years ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"We'll let's see NutraSweet the DeLorean sports car and Tom Cruise on TV. It was dynasty guy. And gimme a break gone in one thousand nine hundred one Natalie wood William Holden, Bob, Marley and Perry. In this present crisis. Government is not the solution to our problem. Government is the problem. Rang out as President Reagan was leaving the hotel and about the enter his limousine. At least one person was hit and fell to the sidewalk. Blood coming from his body. It was not the president. I don't know. Whether the president was hit. I do not believe he was his car left rapidly under police escort. The shots were fired by someone in the crowd of people has a gun shot. In the left side of the chest is in stable condition. Jim Bray has been shot. We have no information on his condition. Now. Constitutionally gentlemen, you have the president vice president and the secretary of state in that order should the president decided he wants to transfer the hill through the vice president. We will do so. Now, I am in control year the White House. Barry. Nineteen eighty two Paul aluminum make salad dressing. Jane Fonda works out on videotape. What's big Christmas? Strawberry shortcake dolls BMX bikes, and trivial pursuit and for Pete's sake. What the heck is it really bobber? what's happening? The dog eat dog world. Sammy more in milk, bone underwear?.

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

11:12 min | 3 years ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on Gastropod

"That is completely obvious. And also had not occurred to me at all. But of course, they are all different chemical structures, and Rick has actually spent a lot of time showing exactly how these structural differences create different effects in our buddies. So the first thing is they all taste slightly different. They taste sweet because they bind to the sweet receptor, but they all bind to it and slightly different places and in slightly different ways. So some have very abrupt rise in sweetness and an abrupt fall. So they're the duration of the sensation is short others like Neo tame, for example, has a very long persistence, sweet taste, which is why it's a good. Sweetener to use for example, and chewing gum where you'd like to keep the sweetness level high for an extended period of time second has a bitter after-taste as we've already discussed one called Gleich in has a slight liquorice flavour. But another thing the sweet chemicals all affect the brain differently. They lead up regions of the brain's reward center in different ways. But how that translates into actual sensation. Or behavior is still very much up in the air. We we really don't know that all we can say at this point is that with exposure to these compounds we get a different signal. This is kind of amazing your brain look different on diet coke than on sugar free gum on top of this. If you heard our episode hacking taste, you might remember that we have sweet receptors throughout our body. Not just on our tongues. It's in our intestines. It's in our bones. It's all over the body. And so we used to think that low calorie sweeteners would elicit a sweet taste when they were in the oral cavity. But once we swallowed them. Were basically inert. We would just excrete them. But we were wrong artificial sweeteners trigger those sweet receptors wherever they find them in the intestines, and the bones and the liver wherever so for instance, if the sweet receptors on a particular type of cell in the pancreas called a beta cell, if it's triggered the beta cell doesn't send us sweet taste to your brain. But instead that sweet chemicals Spurs the beta cell to release insulin. And so here is where things get really interesting because all these artificial sweeteners are different chemical structures, the reach different places in our buddy. So that means they're all switching on a slightly different set of cells. So some sweeteners enter the blood supply, and so would have access for example to the brain. And to the beta cell, others are not aspartame. We'll never get into the bloodstream, for example. So each of these sweet compounds can be expected to have a different effect throughout the body. Based on how their digested absorbed and excreted. This is shocking. Artificial sweeteners are different at every level. How we taste them. How they affect our brains. How we digest them what our body does in response to the sweetener so one might fully well expect that they have different outcome on body weight. So we did a trial, right? Got a bunch of volunteers and divided them into five different groups and each of the groups had to drink a daily fruity drink sweetened with the different sweetener. So the sweeteners were sucrose aspartame saccharin stevia side and sucralose if you in the gross group, that's the control because sucrose is sugar. You drank a sugar sweetened fruit drink every day for twelve weeks. If you're in the sucralose group, that's splendor you drink that every day. And so on Rick and his colleagues measured everything they could measure about the participants in the study, they measured. How many calories the volunteers were burning they measured their body composition and their blood sugar levels the volunteers had to record their food intake. They had to rate. Appetite and what we found and really very much to our surprise was that sucrose consumption led to an increase in body weight that actually was not a surprise to us. That is what we would have predicted. But saccharin behave very similarly to the sucrose that's that the prize thacker in contains no calories, and yet in Rick's trial that people drinking sugary fruit juice, and the people drinking saccharin fruit juice, ended up gaining pretty much the same amount of weight people who drank this, plenty sweetened drinks lost. The most weight people whose drinks were sweetened with stevia and NutraSweet basically stayed the same. No change Rix at that. He checked the change wasn't due to people eating differently. So it wasn't like a situation where the saccharine folks got more, hungry or craved, more sweet foods. So what did cause the difference? What that suggests is that there is a nother mechanism at play and Rick thinks that mechanism might just be the microbes living in our guts. The gut microbiome microbes drink I hate to default to that. But given the evidence which I think is very sound that selected low calorie sweeteners will make it to the colon and very likely do alter the relative proportions of different gut bacteria. Given those changes is it possible that some sweeteners like say, maybe saccharin are boosting the kind of gut microbes that are especially good at getting calories out of food. And might that explain why the saccharin fruity drink drinkers gained weight, maybe conveniently for us. There is actually a researcher in Israel at the vice minutes to toot named Eran Eliana, and he is studying this very thing. Iran didn't start out looking at the effect of artificial sweeteners on the microbiome. He was actually doing a personalized nutrition study, but he sort of came across artificial sweeteners by accident when he looked at his results around and his team were studying how. Different foods affected blood sugar and people and they noticed something weird. It looked like some people would get a blood sugar spike after a diet soda and some people didn't and that didn't make any sense disres- verse president at first I didn't believe in fact because not only because I was a heavy consumer of these compounds. But because you know, the logic was exactly the opposite. Nobody should have gotten a blood sugar spike because there was no sugar in these drinks. So Erin started up a side project trying to figure out what the hell was going on. Iran did a bunch of studies with mice and he's been able to show that at least in mice. Some artificial sweeteners changed the population of gut microbes and favored ones that grabbed more calories from the food passing through just like Rick speculated. This sounds pretty convincing. But a lot of studies in mice don't necessarily translate us humans. So now, of course, Iran is studying this in people. The answer is because I don't know yet. This is walking produce this is super interesting, but we have to point out. It has not yet music and really use one day. We might know whether different people have the kind of microbes that respond to certain sweeteners with a blood sugar, spike, or which artificial sweeteners are the ones that change your gut microbes to make them better at harvesting calories, and which ones don't do that. But really right now. Iran is the first to say, we don't fully understand what's going on Barry Popkin agrees. It is far too early to say anything definitive the initial work that Iran, presented is very very preliminary. He right now has a study that will be completed in about a year where he is actually following a thousand people with the die tweet nurse in one thousand without that study will give us some meaningful results. This is something we kept hearing. We just don't know enough yet about what these artificial sweeteners are really doing in our bodies. We have. Almost all of it yet to learn. But as we discussed with Caroline, there are already a lot of these sweeteners in the food supply so much so that Iran has really struggled finding people for his trials that haven't already eaten. Artificial sweeteners is super difficult. I didn't think it would be that difficult. But you know, when you start questioning people are a so willing to gritted into our diet in many different foot products in zero percent yours since on and so forth that it was really hard to find his individuals. And in fact, they will soon be even fewer people who are artificial sweetener virgins. We talked about this in our soda Wars Episode with the tiered tax in the UK companies are using more artificial sweeteners, so they don't have to pay his highest sugar tax, and this is happening in Chile too. Because of their warning labels all of this reformulation hits making some scientists kind of nervous even Barry who's all about doing whatever it takes to lower sugar consumption, a huge global experiment that's going on. And I fear. The when we don't have. Have the kind of research to go behind them. It's not all that different than when everybody came out against total fat long ago, and they add a ton to sugar to the diet. And we found we had very adverse effects to that. The scientists all do think there's a place for diet sodas today, if you're someone who drinks a lot of regular soda, and if you're someone who's trying to manage your weight, I think that they can be used effectively now they are not necessarily magic bullets. You can't just add them to your diet and expect wait to disappear. Here's the thing to channel Donald Rumsfeld. Since he's hurting popped up this episode. The known knowns about obesity and diabetes are much more significant than the semi known. Unknowns of what artifices sweeteners might be doing to your personal gut microbe community. This is where most scientists seem to fall on this question. They're not huge fans of artificial sweeteners there a little wary. They'd rather we just switched to unsweetened drinks. But they think artificial sweeteners can be a useful tool for. People who need them to cut down on sugar. So when we started making this episode, I thought we were going to find all the science that showed that artificial sweeteners were bad for you, physically speaking, right? I thought we'd get to the bottom of whether or not they were unsafe. And we kind of did quenches the they're not really they might be helpful. We're not sure the research is still being done. But they don't seem to be particularly harmful for you. They don't seem to cause cancer or heart attacks or strokes. They might mess with our gut microbiome and even our metabolism. Scientists are still trying to figure that out, but that's just on an individual level because it turns out that where artificial sweeteners are definitely bad for us is in a bigger picture way. As society in how we eat and how we think about eating. This is the conclusion that Caroline Thomas came to I grew up in a house where my mom was always on a diet in a Weight Watchers or Jenny Craig or NutraSweet was all around me when I was growing up. We had crystal light in the fridge and diet, Pat. And as I became older. I just I just was so curious, you know, how did we have all of these NutraSweet sweetened foods? But yet, you know, my mom was still always on a diet. It never really led to a time when she felt good about her weight or in control of what she was eating. She was always sort of up and down and back and forth. So I think it's for me. These products are ways that people could consume more and feel good about consuming more. So it didn't decrease the amount of sugar people consumed just added a new category

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"nutrasweet" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

12:28 min | 3 years ago

"nutrasweet" Discussed on Gastropod

"News. Nutrasweet? Chee? Aspartame tickets plays. And and for our listeners that would be the blue packet on on the table. So equal. You like. By this point, the artificial sweetener market was huge. And so a lot of pharmaceutical companies were looking for the next big sugar alternative. And the winner was a company called g d Searle? It's now owned by Pfizer James Schlatter was working at Searle. And apparently, he also licked his finger. What is it with these chemists, and they're poor lab hygiene, I know James was trying to develop chemical that would test an anti ulcer drug candidate. And it turned out to be incredibly sweet this was artificial sweetener number three. And you are not going to believe who was in charge of launching it. In fact, they brought Donald Rumsfeld in to lead the effort. Yes that Donald Rumsfeld. So Caroline was a kid at the time. It was so exciting. I have is very strong memory of coming home. And I guess it was nineteen eighty four and opening up the mailbox and finding this little clear packet of Gumbo balls. Attached to minor. Now must have been an advertisement. But I'll I paid attention to where the gum balls, and you know, I opened them up, and I was probably twelve or thirteen years old. I opened up the gum balls in eight them this Gumbel launch. This was some of that Rumsfeld the and manipulation at it's finest. You know is probably no accident that the Gumbo came in the mail and that the child eight the gum balls Ray. Because that's what kids do it looked playful. It looked like something brand new. This was important because after World War, Two artificial sweeteners had been seen as awesome because they had science behind them, but the marketing for NutraSweet took an entirely different approach because artificial had turned into a dirty word and trying to create the first artifices sweetener that wouldn't be artificial that we we kinda get rid of that word altogether. And we would just call it. Something new we would call it just Neutra sweet sort of nutritious or maybe natural. And they combined these Gumbo calls with a fairly simple message. That basically side, you know, NutraSweet isn't like any other sweetener that's existed. Nutrasweet was amazing. It had no calories. New bitter aftertaste like saccharin, and it was made from two amino acids simply joined together, and you know, acids are the building blocks of protein. But of course, you can't find NutraSweet in nature, those two amino acids could only be combined together in a lab. But that was just a matter of semantics to the NutraSweet marketing folks now that they're finally was a sweetener you could heat it you could eat it. It was like what sugar always wanted to be. And it was just as natural as a banana banana plants don't make NutraSweet. But they might as well if you've had been Anna's and milk you've eaten what's NutraSweet, which from things, I'm not true. It's it's phenylalanine. And it's it's different in how your body interacts with it. No matter with Rumsfeld at the helm and Gumbo goals in American mailboxes NutraSweet storm the shelves. It's still one of the most popular artificial sweeteners on the market. It's the sweetness in your diet coke, but in the past couple of decades, it's been joined by some competitors their splendor. That's the chemical called sucralose that came out in the nineteenth and today's sweet and low and equal and splendor have all been joined by the latest new trendy locale sweetener. This one is marketed as truly natural. It's called stevia. It's a super sweet extract from a plant native to South America. So for a while back there in the late nineteen seventies. It looks as though we would have no artificial sweeteners. And now we have a whole bunch to choose from. But still there's this aura of doubt that surrounds them. When I give talks on this research. Even though for me, the thing that I'm so interested in is just you know, how we develop and manufacturer foods and find new means for them. I'm not an expert in how I am always asked the question by people is that bad for me. Should I should? I not have that. I does that cause cancer. These are questions. Nearly everyone has because frankly, the news has been filled with stories about rats getting sick when they OD on sweeteners. So what does the science say we asked Rick Mattis, he studies artificial sweeteners at Purdue University every governmental body from the US to the European Union to stralia to Japan to Canada, the have all scrutinized each of the sweeteners that are commercially available and they have unanimously agreed that when consumed within reasonable bounds. They are safe. So I take that literature on face value myself sorry, internet, conspiracy, theorists. But. The scientific evidence is pretty clear inconclusive on this the Roman lead grape syrup that was talk sick. But today's artificial sweeteners are not carcinogenic at the doses that we consume them. They're just not. But that's not the only question people. Have the fact that they won't cause cancer. That's not the only question about artificial sweeteners. There are two other big ones one there some research linking them to heart attacks and strokes. What's the deal with that? And to do they actually help people lose weight. That's the big one. Because after all that's what people are using them for and that's the issue because there's not consensus in the literature yet. And so this is a really hot area for research. There's a lot of researchers trying to get at that question. In part of the confusion is coming from the research. This is the Santi Malik you heard her in our recent soda wars episodes. She's a research scientist in the department of nutrition at Harvard School of public health. The Sunday told us that previous studies showed that using artificial sweeteners might. Strangely actually, make you gain weight. But other studies showed they could help you lose weight. Similarly, there are studies that seemed to show the artificial sweeteners can lead to more heart attacks and strokes and other studies that say they have no effect or even reduce your risk of heart disease. So why is the so confusing? Why don't these studies all come to the same conclusion? So we need to unpack this the Santi told us there are a couple of major problems. The first one is called a confounding effect, and it is less confusing than it sounds. It's basically everything else you eat alongside those diet sodas. You know, maybe some people always, you know, go out for fast food and have a diet soda with it. And then it's the French fries also have a relationship with increased risk of the cardio metabolic diseases in. This example, all those French fries are leading to a higher risk of heart attacks and strokes. They are the confounding factor. If people always have French fries with their diet soda. Also, if people always eat French fries with their diet soda, maybe. This is why they're getting wait. This was me diet coke and a slice of cake the afternoon, pick me up of champions at least in my teens and twenty I'm sure that diet coke totally canceled out the calories from the cake. No, I con adept Cynthia, you do our accounting, drew. But so scientists have statistical tools and other methods to try to take into account these confounding factors like French, fries and chocolate cake. So that they don't confound the result. There's another issue. This one is called reverse causation by the scientists, and it has to do with what risk factors you have before you start drinking diet soda, so in this example, maybe a group of people is already at a high risk for heart attack strokes. And so they drink diet soda to try to manage their weight. And then they still end up with more heart attacks and strokes than everyone else, but it has nothing to do with the soda so visibility. Did a study to try to tease this out? She used TIs sticks to account for reverse causation and confounding factors and she found there was no connection between diet sodas and heart. Disease, but what about weight gain when she and her colleagues actually took out any confounding factors. Well, it looked like diet sodas helped. Yes. Oh, non-use should've sweetened beverages were associated with less weight gain. This was not a dramatic difference. We're talking about we're talking small numbers. We're talking about like a quarter of a pound over four years, Barry, pumpkin. You might remember him as the star of our soda wars episodes. He's the guy that the governments of Mexico and Chile coal when they want to have a soda tax or a new label scheme. So he has also studied the impact of replacing sugary sodas with diet sodas, and like the Santi he made sure to take into account. What else? His study participants were eat any found the same thing that the best ideas, we have show that artificial sweeteners can potentially help a little with weight loss, if you're generally eating a healthy diet, and if you replace a daily sweetened soda with the diet one so maybe that aura of mistrust. Surrounds artificial sweeteners. Maybe it's not justified by the science at all. But both Bassani embarrassed agree that there's just not very much science just a handful of studies that really tease out these confounding effects and reverse causation. So we can't really say for sure, and there's another possible issue with artificial sweeteners and a possible explanation for why studies might be showing that people gain weight from drinking diet sodas. Remember, these artificial sweeteners are a lot sweeter than sugar hundreds even thousands of times sweeter. And so for that reason there's concern a particularly among children that repeat consumption of these beverages might habituate a person toward suites in this scenario. You get used to things being super sweet that you just crave. More and more suites. But Rick Madda says that's not the only way these calorie free sweeteners might be tricking our bodies. So for example, we have throughout evolution every time associated sweetness. With the ingestion of carbohydrate, and we have learned that an appropriate response to eating something sweet as to secrete insulin that theory year is that you drink your diet soda or eat, your NutraSweet Gumbel and your body is like, whoa, baby. Here comes the sugary goodness. Hey, pancreas. You better pump out some insulin to keep the old blood sugar levels steady. But wait, there's no sugar in your blood that insulin has nothing to do your hormone and blood sugar levels. Get all out of whack, and so maybe one response would be you're still hungry. You still crave actual calories. So you go and eat more either way. Whether it's just that you get used to sweet, and crave it more or whether the diet soda actually makes you hungry physically. This is how people think that possibly artificial sweeteners might contribute to weight gain and heart disease. Barry Popkin studied whether artificial sweeteners make you eat more sweets. He found that people who drank diet sodas actually, eight slightly fewer sweet treats than people who drank water that is pretty much the best. Evidence we have right now. But it's one study we don't have these kind of research on the studies on children and the fear. Still is the big unknown. We'll died beverage consumption or diet foods, enhance the sweetness preference of young children. And we do not have an answer to that question. And as for the question of whether artificial sweeteners make you hungry by messing with your metabolism and raising your insulin. That's even more of a mystery right now, scientists are studying it sure, but there's not enough research to say one way or the other. But then Rick told us something that complicates the matter. Even more throughout this episode, all the scientists we've spoken to talked about all these sweeteners, equal and splendor and saccharin. They talked about them as if they're all basically the same thing from a consumer use and clinical prescription and policy practice. We tend to just lump all of them together and say, oh, yes. The low calorie sweeteners, and we. I assume that they all work by common mechanism. But you know, if you think about it kind of carefully one could start to question that so for example, they are all very distinct chemical structures. This is one of those insights that

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Sucralose decreases insulin sensitivity in healthy subjects: a randomized controlled trial

Intelligent Medicine

03:17 min | 4 years ago

Sucralose decreases insulin sensitivity in healthy subjects: a randomized controlled trial

"We're on a roll here talking about diabetes. And here's an interesting study back in the day, Dr Atkins. We have to knowledge was a true pioneer in treating diabetes with a low carb diet. He was a student of Banting Banting was a British guy who cured his diabetes and obesity with a very low carb diet that happened in the nineteenth century, and since then they've been studying low carb diets for modifying, overweight, insulin resistance and diabetes. But one of the bones that had to pick. With the late great, Dr Robert Atkins who might who knew personally quite well was that he was permissive of the use of splendor. 'cause he wanted to give his patients to break something. Sweet. Okay. It's synthetic. He wasn't a fan of NutraSweet. It wasn't a fan of saccharin. But the then relatively new sweetener splendor appeared innocuous and didn't seem to create a lot of problems and gave patients a little bit of mouth field of something that was gratifying. A synthetic sugar that could be zero calorie. But here's a concern just raised about sucralose, which is splendid in American journal clinical nutrition. This randomized controlled trial involved healthy subjects, and what they found was that individuals who got a lotta sucralose in this experiment. Showed a significant decrease in insulin sensitivity. So that's called insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is. When the insulin that you make. Is ineffective. It just doesn't work at the cellular level and high levels of insulin tend to suck the fat on prevent weight loss. Encourage weight gain at our pathway to type two diabetes. So the conclusion of the study sucralose may have effects on glucose metabolism and our study compliments findings previously reported and other trials. So there you have it. There is no free ride when it comes to sweeteners at the very least sweeteners will perk. The appetite. For sweet foods, and they may be even the thirty zero calorie. They may be gateway drugs back to sugar, and in the case of sucralose that's early case of NutraSweet NutraSweet seems to disrupt the microbiome in such a way that has metabolic effects and may encourage development of obesity and diabetes. So. Sure. Had he been aware of this. If he were alive today, the Dr Atkins would. Apply correction and renounce splendor as part of his dietary program for treatment of

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