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Fasting and Autophagy for Glowing Skin with Naomi Whittel
"Walk him. Everybody fasting transformation. Some rear uncovering the most ancient inexpensive at powerful healing strategy known to mankind. fasting on your host. Dr david dockers and really really excited about today's guests. I have got naomi whittle. Who is one of the leading pioneers. Really when it comes to fasting india ron's hostage and she's going to go through her story today and i really found out about now naomi through her book glow fifteen and docu series skinny on fat which was incredible but she has been out in the press for a long time. Trail-blazing road for people like me to come across and applause. Something like this transformation summit and so she's ride widely recognized as as the one watch in the wellness from within stays name by prevention. The nation's leading female innovator in the natural products industry she's held as a trailblazer in an advocate of purity could see nutro-ceuticals. She's a ceo of twin lab. Which if you're in the health space heard of that That nutraceutical company and she continued deliver on her promises to help. Millions thrive award-winning supplements. They know truly help them a premier wellness partner for schutte see. Naomi has been recognized as one of the leading. Innovators natural products industry by wholefoods magazine exclusive. Who's who of manufacturers and suppliers. Her story products have been lauded by the wall street journal. The dockers dr oz shape access hollywood natural solutions. Good morning america the today show and more and so naomi. Welcome to the fasting transportation summit. I am so thrilled to be part of. What is my absolute favorite topic in the whole world in something that i would say has impacted my life. Probably more than any other tool that i've ever used an. It's a tool fasting. That i've been using really since i was in my teens It is the most unbelievable and powerful will end and even last night. I was on the phone with a leading researcher. In the area of the micro bio matt really excited to share with you. Some of the ran new like cutting edge research as it relates to. What happens when you're going through a fast for your microbiome. It will definitely cover that today. And so let's share your story really how you got going with this because you said you've been fasting since you're a teenager. So how did that all start so for me. What happened was i have always struggled with auto immune disorders so Verse autoimmune disorder. That really manifested was on my skin and that manifestation was with amount. So there's a deep inflammation within my audie. And i was born with these autoimmune disorders and they continued to manifest in different ways. From entering trio says to I have mast cell activation and so growing up in europe. I was born in switzerland on an it. Namic farm and my father's a chemist than my parents were and have always been one hundred percent committed to a healthy natural way of living. So i never went to conventional authors. I never had the experience of antibiotics. I mean none of that So living very healthy lifestyle. I still was covered in this berry. Embarrassing and uncomfortable That would lead in. It would pause. Just i couldn't get to the place where i had it under control and so i'm using natural solutions to to solve for. It was what we did every day. So from the foods that eight on anti inflammatory foods that i a unprocessed things all help but ultimately i couldn't i couldn't push the inflammation down as much as i needed to and so when i was in my late teens is when i was really introduced to the power fasting and at that time i would be doing juice fasts right so i didn't know that i could benefit so much more from from doing the different types of fast things that we do now so i had learned about intermittent fasting at that time. I hadn't i didn't know like that. Water fasting would be good for me. I knew that it was very important as it related to more of the religious ways of fasting but at that time i was doing juice fasting so i would typically do pretty intense juice fast for seven to ten days and i would mix that with different detox methodologies and they were very valuable and then quickly once a week i would do like a watermelon juice
Build & Maintain Your Confidence To Thrive Through Lifes Challenges
"I posted. A video of me is the first time I did in the arm exercises this year right now. When this is coming out, this is Jill. Lie is still lying. Literally, said twenty nine hundred haven't done any like arm exercises, so I picked up a couple of twenty pound. The Time I could pick up twenty pound dumbbells as I was GONNA. Knock out a few sets of curl so I did a little video. Share my story like I'm doing. It was like three or four sets. Little bitty twenties, no big deal. It wasn't the next day it was a day after that it's called domes. The lead onset muscle soreness. My arms felt like someone took them off my body, while I was asleep and beat them against the wall, and then reattach them to my body for when I woke up in the morning, if fell like. My arms went through a baloney meat grinder. My ours will loose meat sandwiches. My arms felt like sore hamstrings. My arms felt like I had migraines in both of my biceps, right. It was crazy. My arms felt like there was riding in looting by little people inside of my arms in little fires. That's how my arms felt. But I'm grateful for it, even though even reaching out to you know, pick something up. I was grateful that I was able to do it. I know this part of the process, and I know that we all have different stages and phases and seasons that we go through in life and being able to have gratitude, even in the pain, being able to have gratitude even when we're struggling. It's something very powerful for us to cultivate, and it's not always easy. I was not grateful through this entire process. There are moments that I would gladly kick grateful in the jugular alright, but. It's something that you cultivate you. Train yourself sort as I said on the show. Recently you don't rise to the level of your expectations. You fall to the level of your training. And no matter where you are with that. with which you've kind of foundation that you've created. You're always going to find that when difficult times hit. Your level your foundation is GonNa be right there for you. Not GonNa go much lower than that so again. It's just another practice in this. Why this episode today is so important, so powerful is to create a stronger foundation of confidence to be able to perform to be able to not just. Survive not just overcome, but to thrive, even during times of great challenge. And before we get into that, we also have to keep in mind. All this whole experience of confidence starts from our mindset stars from our brain, and being able to fire on all cylinders, and as you know, we always have a nutritional component whether it's through the nutrition that we bring in whether through nutritious movement nutritious sleep. Nutritious relationships but the things that we engage in our environment things that we bring it to. Our bodies helped to create the very cells that do all these amazing things, the very cells that create all of these seemingly magical processes of experiencing life. And I don't think a lot of people actually realize the huge wave. That's taking place right now. In the field of new tropics are is he specific nutrients and or foods herbs supplements? And it's this category of these things that really helped to optimize mental performance. And I also don't think because a lot of people looking in the field of smart drugs, they they go there with nutro picks, and understanding that even a lot of those things are based on real foods based on things that have been utilized for thousands of years in. They're extracting. In, like a small component of that thing, and not extracting and getting all of the incredible cofactors at do other cool things. So I want to share this with you. And this was published in the peer reviewed journal. Evidence based complementary and alternative medicine. Something that you might even have in your cabinet right now might not be the best. But you might have some of it. In the better quality better this effect I'm to tell you about that. Raw honey. Actually possesses significant neutral. Pick effects such as. Memory enhancing effects as well as neural pharmacological activities. Such as being an anti anxiety hoping buffer your brain from anxiety. And also entered the present his well, so helping to lift your mood, right? You, you don't statement. The Bee's knees is the bee's knees may came from something. And also the polyphenyls that are found in honey were found to have direct influence on neuro inflammation, being able to reduce inflammation in the brain. Thank you honey.
Rare protests in Egypt call for president to step down
"Well. Let's look finally on today's news panel at Egypt. There have been protests all weekend in several cities demanding the resignation or President Abdel Fattah El Sisi the demonstrations were summoned online by the Egyptian businessmen and acting to Mohammed Ali currently in self-imposed exile in Spain protests are to understate the case wildly discouraged in Egypt and hundreds of arrests have been reported along with incidences of teargassing. Mr Ali has called for an even bigger repeat performance this coming Friday. Yes meant these protests very very far from from Arab spring size maybe a few thousand entire square may be a few hundred in Suez and elsewhere but are they given the risk you are running when nutro to take to the streets of CDC's Egypt. They significant. I think so definitely and I think what we're seeing is people testing the waters. It's the little tickle the back of your throat throat before you know a full blown flu or whatever it might be. I think what's really fascinating is is also the fact that this was started by somebody who's outside the country and by somebody who people have decided to pay attention to and the similarity with the Arab spring is that yes social media has played a big role oh but given the fact and I think you talked about it here on the briefing las week that Egypt has been in a state of deep depression really like the psyches of the the people I was there earlier this year I've got family who is still there and people so when you fought the like for a revolution time time and time again and after the rabbi master and also to to not only discouraged effectively banned to have people decide decide to go out on the streets again and decide to take that risk and yes be arrested but continue to push. I'm really interested in seeing what will happen on Friday because has called for millions watch something similar to what we saw in Sudan over the past few months and I also think what has happened in Sudan has probably had some some sort of like residual impact on people people in Egypt to sort of say. You know what let's let's try this one more time. What do you think Robin is potentially the beginning of I guess Arab Spring v two and that that's it's not an insignificant factor that Yasmin identifies the fact that they if they look next door to Sudan and think if Omar Al Bashir of all people can be unloaded by loud scale public protests who did just seem like an absolutely permanent fixture then anything is possible. What one of the most interesting things that struck me watching happened. was how young young a lot of these demonstrators were. They were children in twenty eleven. The Arab uprisings is vertical them. were before these people people become adults. They don't really remember first of all the excitement and enthusiasm and then the absolute horror in the way in which it all went by. I mean see you see I. I was going to use the word murdered. CC's forces killed hundreds and hundreds if not more than a thousand protesters on the streets of Cairo and 2013 but these people on the streets now don't remember. I'm I'm I'm interested in the says. She thinks there is a Sudan connection because I was wondering about that. That's not also forget Hong Kong of course the courage of the people of Hong Kong is very infectious and I think it does it does lead to people saying they can do it. We can do it too but to answer your question directly. Will it lead to a new series of uprisings in the way that we saw in twenty eleven. I don't think thanks and just finally on this. Is there anything if this does become a thing if he does get large numbers in the streets this coming Friday. Is there anything that the western media should have learned about covering events like this that they didn't learn during the Arab spring because what struck majoring the Arab spring and I was there I was in Egypt just before word happened but not afterwards that I think it's a common failing of media to get drawn to reporting to people who they can get on with the new remind them of themselves so for Wilder Egypt was getting portrayed as this nation of hip educated middle class well-dressed young kids who spoke English and those people are all there but they are not even close to being doing most of Egypt and I think this is the challenge with reporting in regions where English isn't the first language and where actually you've got a huge differential into a huge gap between those who are able to speak English in our western educated and so on and the majority of the country which might be rural might have speaking different languages and so on I think generally and what Sudan Sudan did quite well I think was she looked to the voices that amplifying and translating the voices on the ground and to try to not just look for the chances because in and yes it does take a little bit more time and a little bit more work but I think if you have an immediate answer. That's probably not always the best answer. That's that's probably not always the whole truth and it might give you some of the truth but certainly a little bit. More digging is helpful. There are two other things street. Protesters are too many reporters forget first. Do you see the people on the streets you don't see the people on the streets most revolutions fail on
"nutro" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"The whole world wants to see Cannella versus handwriting and don't you know deb Haney Versus Ryan Garcia. They are both the future nutro boxing. I'm telling you that's like throwing. Mayweather vs Oscar de la Hoya Remain Deva Haney is definitely the next floyd mayweather in also hyman will give versus Jesse fog is a big fight at one sixty before I definitely want to see that one might seem. It seems like how many going to be fine triple G. I think zone already approved for triple. G THRILLERS IS DAMN NEAR official my my carpenter dam okay. I'm feeling like if zone like at all fighters like Atta an giradi triple G. E. Condello. I think does own like at all those fighters there rather have hymie Gogi take a loss so you feel me that they'd rather have hyman will take a loss before Andretti and that's what I'm thinking so you know. It seemed like they sacrificing. I'm in will do but I feel like you know He. He's not scared he definitely got at that Mexican blood in them and he's not he's not going to back down from anybody so that's a good fight right there. You know what Mike you come in with some heat. I gotTa tell you might keep coming with this pressure. I'm loving difficulty then we're going out to market. Its markets on your was Mike Markets From D._C.. Man if I had what you happy back happy to have you back four hundred sixty five million dollars tied up in hopefully people buying subscriptions right. We know that rocky fielding was assault. Check for Camello and we know that the only way I can Nello looking at <hes> <hes> outside of the history pot the reason why he even thinking about <hes> <hes> crew <hes> Sergei Kovalyov is because he sees that he's weeks at a body right so he saw that Andre Bullfight so he sees as easy way to get one seventy five title right because the bigger bigger fight for zone which they probably would let go would've been him in column Smith in the U._K.. Shivaji was the champ when everyone says he laws I would like to see in film study. I would like the Patriarch of people film study on retry. She L. O.. G. Canal Oh too okay. Okay okay so you don't see what Camello who are clearly. I hear people all and fight in the eight. What clearly come on out a lot of people took home? Breath Sacrificing Mofokeng crystal clear not listen because Washington through the list. It is what I'm saying everybody we started judging triple g by asking him to box everybody who came up after the fight when they say whatever they first came on oh he asked them to do this. Take that out of it that was gamesmanship. Triple G wanted the box demand because he's a counterpoint so he wanted to come forward so he can take the lead but if you take out the fact that trilogy goaded him into doing Mexican style you watch it. It was a masterful boxing perform on line. I mean and it's the part I had he had Cannella Bob to go in and I was nowhere nowhere. Look at it. I'm Margaret Hybrid on I and we legal pressure about his own. Oh they shouldn't let Cannella do how floyd his six two hundred Dale Reese taking the Robber Garcia fights and Andre Berto fights. I'm happy to see them doing that. I think the champion should get a rematch. It's. been a year and if we get a good fight out of them will have to be negligible thirty seven now and it only makes sense if people like people in Connecticut and think he easy work then this is the biggest fight to be made. I that's all it is to build it. I'm out pirated Margaret Colin dominate Seattle Dominic can sit out see how many times what was going on Mr P._B._C. Ella when I when I went up this mischief A._B._c. `support T._v.. Awhile all long time like all fighters when it comes to zones
"nutro" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"And boosting brain function that curcumin so have you heard of curcumin, should you be taking it? What can I do for you? And why are some people calling a specific patented curcumin a quote, unquote, smart pill, just wait until you hear that story. So on behalf of purity products. We've got Kirkman Dan with us today. He's here to tell us about this special clinically studied curcumin, and why is changing people's lives. He works for verger sciences. A leading nutraceutical manufacturer Kirkman, Dan. Welcome to the show. Thanks, Pat, pleasure to be here. So Dan, you've been tracking this curcumin story for many years. It's it's a booming segment of the detraction industry. So. For those who don't know what exactly is curcumin. What's it? Good for. And why is it so hard to find a good one? So let's let's understand Kirkman in general it it's by natural spies from India that has been used, you know, in many ways to you know, they say it helps with inflammation, and you know, with brain health and things like that. But the key is to get the curcumin absorbed into the system. So and, you know, a normal spice or a normal extract. He just gonna take a lot of it to get any kind of absorption. So long vita was developed by neuroscientist to get the free form of the curcumin into the bloodstream and pass the blood brain barrier. And when I say free, Pat, you know, I don't I don't mean free is, and you know, it doesn't cost you anything. But what I mean is the free form of curcumin. They get past the digestion of the gut and into the bloodstream. So the big question, of course is absorption. Well, how you get well long Vida has a certain technology special technology that neuroscientists developed called S L C P, solid lipid, curcumin, particle technology. And that is helping the free form get into the bloodstream and get targeted tissues to help with cognitive hell that Nutro pick of of brain hill. So that's that's kind of the the background of long, Vida. So Dan, you're an industry insider, you know, exactly what curcumin can do for people as they age in our audience is made up of mostly fifty plus or so this idea of a Nutro or a smart pill. Very interesting stuff the idea of a pill that can actually boost our brain function. Well, it's now a reality. And it's going mainstream your curcumin was developed by a team of university neuroscientist, and it's brain benefits are awesome. Can you fill us in on this breakthrough? So yeah. So what we're getting the free form of curcumin into the brain. Once they get into blood system. You're getting the free form swell long Vitas actually getting up to the brain. And actually getting to the retina of the eye. So they're saying that when they what he's done is these tested with all kinds of of of Kirkman and found that long vita was the only Kirkman. There's actually binding and lighting up and being able to see that through the retinal though, when you're getting those kind of those kind of clinical studies, you're getting the cognitive function Br boosting brain booster, so. Yeah, it's very exciting. So Dan, I've I've heard of natural supplements that can support brain function, and they usually work in like, I don't know fifteen thirty days a popular one on TV takes two weeks for benefits to be experienced. But you've got something today that works in one hour, right? Just one hour taking that's another one of our clinical studies, what we had done in Australia where our our subjects were reporting that they were feeling affects within hours of taking. That's what you call absorption. That's also fast absorption. So yes, then once within hours, they're feeling also that cognitive the cognitive feeling. I calls all day. Pat, you know, people call in my office, and you know, and I'll get reports of people calling me saying, gosh, hey, you know, I I've been on this for a couple of days or even an hour. I can tell you know, within hours of taking. I mean is this something that's supposed to happen? Or you know like that. That's what fact of it. And yeah, I mean, it is it is fast acting and people are feeling you know, that that kind of sort of mental energy so a brain boost towards it is is a good description of how how how you feel. So Dan, this patented curcumin was selected by purity products to beat the lead ingredient in their new brain, boosting new trumpet formula called Kirk tropic. And it's backed by clinical research for many esteemed universities from around the world affects one study conducted Swinburne university in Australia in two thousand fifteen tested in healthy older people it showed in just one hour. Let me repeat that in just one hour after supplementation. These folks aged sixty to eighty had significantly improved performance on sustained attention and working memory tasks compared to the placebo. So in a word amazing. Can you tell us more about the study? Well, exactly amazing, Pat. So if you think about a study when you study the neat thing is you you brought up healthy individual these people are actually truly help individuals. So to feel the difference and actually notice the difference is amazing know. And you know, and you and you mentioned that the the age group, you know, fifty sixty seventy years old. Yes. I mean, these these are also people within my, you know, Pat, I'm fifty so you. Fifty sixty seventy and I I actually, you know, I play golf with some buddies of mine and and their their around the same age group. And you know, I I'm telling them the weekend warriors get out there and pound the golf ball all weekend. And I'm reggae tried the long, you know, try this. Then, you know, they're killing a refectory cognitive more, clearer. I mean, gosh, Dan, I have a more clear functioning and even guys the play during the week or going. Hey, I'm feeling more energy. I'm feeling you know, in fact, so, you know, those kind of neat things that that long to provide Andean in another study done at Ohio State University in two thousand twelve researchers documented significant results for healthy brain function in middle aged adults as well as healthy ageing benefits. Dan, the these are some jaw dropping results for people of all ages. Recap these brain boosting Nutro benefits for us from this study. Well, yeah, I mean, they they did in that study to what's neat too. Is that they even did blood samples to test. How long they're seeing the curcumin in the bloodstream, so in that study, you know, they they talk about, you know, cognitive function memory, you know, in which they and for a long time to I mean, there are seeing it in the bloodstream for you know, twenty four hours. I mean, the, you know, you talk about a half life of a of an ingredient that says, okay, not only is getting in there fast. Well, how long has it stayed in there, Pat? I mean, you know, is it going in and coming out within hours, you know, or is it staying in the blood system. So the neat thing that these people were feeling well, not only the effects back, but for a long period of time. And you know, like, I said the brain boosting. Effect that the cognitive function was staying there for a long time. So that's what's really exciting to okay. Okay. DNA comment again about why you're special long, Vida, curcumin, this impurities Kirk trumpet formula works. So well and share with us why this patented S L C P technology is a key advantage over other curcumin available on the market, Dan. I understand by one measure, it's sixty seven times more bioavailable than regular curcumin extract. We have that. Right. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. And yet. That's that's and there's there's certain ways to cast bioavailability. But you know, even in other products, they say what it this time more by available. But to feel though the fact of the cognitive function, the the, you know, the memory, the focus, and those are other things that are that that are coming about with this Kirk utopic is that the combination of ingredients that is boosting the brain to give them these cognitive functions that happened so fast. You know? So the bioavailability is very very important, and you know, other other curcumin is out there, you might take them, and they might stay in your blood system for, you know, couple hours, and then it's being excreted from the body. They might get a little bit of benefit a little bit of absorption from taking gram grams. You know, where long long beat them at a low dose. I mean, this is the only these these tests are done with four hundred milligram fear. Pat, where others might be taken twelve hundred or two grams, you know, things twelve hundred milligrams or two two grams and they're still getting you know, small benefits. Well, this is also a slow dose of of material to get these kind of Nutro pick affects D, And I love the Purity's Kirk tropic formula. That's C U R C U T R O P I C is just too simple. Veggie caps a day. I mean, easy to take. For people who are just tuning in. Can you recap the top five benefits everybody's different out there? I mean, everybody's different thumbs sometime, and I talked to long about everybody. I mean, I, you know, wherever I go. I mean, family functions. You know, we're just that, you know, around the holidays, I met with family, and I always talk about it. And I've recommended it matter of fact, I've got a brother-in-law Randy just recently. You know, I I didn't know he had a shoulder problem. I've recommended long and started taking it 'cause he's in his sixties. And he says I want to take it for cognitive function. Dan. I kinda you I'm getting I'm getting older I'm kinda slipping a little bit. Hey, try long. Well, we just saw each other for dinner not too long ago. And and he says, Dan, man. Hey, you know, I it. It's funny. It's supposed to help out with joints to. I mean, I'm taking it for my brain. But suddenly, I I never was able to press the the garage door opener on the outside. I always have problems lifting up, my arm, my shoulders been out of whack for years now, and he started whipping his arm up and down. And up, and I said now I can move. It goes is that supposed to happen? That's what I'm talking about is the target tissues. Pat. Once you get that free form in they're in it staying in there. Now, you know, I mean, the guy says, I feel great. This is truly amazing truly amazing and. You know, those kind of fun things. So yeah, purity products is doing it. Again. They've set aside a thousand bottles for this weekend's show, and.
"nutro" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Are asking me what they should take right and i'm not an md say what should i take you know it's kind of funny supplements resistance training yoga breath work meditation those those tools are now seen as valuable tools and i think nutro picks are you know i think within a year like we have the same we reached back a year from now we reach back to this conversation we're gonna say wow what a shift there's been and i really have to tip my hat to any guys end all the other folks out there who are developing quality you know a safe sopa supplements that are would be classified as detroit picks the because it's really it's great to be you know they're they're kind of first to market in their moving early in the game i think that other new trumpet formulations that are out there because you asked about this have some of these same properties in even some of the same ingredients very few of them seem to include as many at such low doses right most of them tend to hinge their affects on having a much higher dose of fewer things and just from a kind of a you know scientific perspective i don't in in a kind of medical unethical perspective i don't like to push any system in my body or my brain so hard that i feel like it risks kind of override or the were burnt out comes to mind but you know nice even cocktail is what it is now and the list it's it's kind of a similar idea as the original kuala meaning you've got new trumpet compounds and what are called neuro vitamins but then they're blended with antioxidants to get rid of any risk of cellular damage and also just enhance brain repair blood brain barrier integrity adapted genetic compound so there's a little bit of a you could almost argue has a bit of an antiaging effect terms of longevity department there's i believe ten different jap to genyk extracts in their me no acids which are a building block for neurotransmitters and choline donors which i've found.
"nutro" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"I think this is a topic that does the for some of heard about this or thought about the seriously now that you brought it up this is something that needs to be discussed and i i would in fact on the basis of what you just only i'm going to table this as a topic kind of emerging theme for the society for neuroscience meeting next round on it'll be in two thousand nineteen i you know i have a lot of relationships to people at national institutes of health that are on the neuro side and and of course to the society for neuroscientist other societies i think this is issue that needs to be discussed as a panel i'm not avoiding announcer but if i look at it from if i compare to physical sports for instance i mean i've always thought there should be natural competition and then open chemically enhanced competition in that everybody should know which is which i think that's the fairest way to do it i think you're gonna have a heart i don't think if you had to really push me for an answer i don't think it's cheating for someone to enhance their cognition because where do you draw a line i mean caffeine will enhance your cognition up to a point but it's kind of a bell shaped curve where at some point it falls off or you get so jazzed up that you can't think and you can't remember properly so i don't think of it is cheating it seems that the stronger harsher stimulants particularly synthetic ones are the ones that are raising the most eyebrows you know the world anti doping association does lists modafferi hill a draft hill female peraza tam and one called salegi lean and i'm not quite sure if i'm pronouncing that properly on their list of prohibited substances and methods for competitive sports and and honestly another one is on there as well a dhea which is a common nutro pick ingredient for for water and then when you look at east sports electron exports where there's there's a huge amount of money right now they're drug testing a lot of their competitors for performance enhancing drugs including many of these.
"nutro" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever
"I was just writing story about biohacking and trying all the like kito diets and the crazy drugs and the nutro picks and all that stuff how inspired buy things like that that are going on in like trans stuff and people putting magnets in their fingers really in spot the first thing that i thought over this film was just the image of a quadriplegic person being controlled from the neck down by computer so that image just popped into my head one day which usually that's how ideas happened for me it'd be some random moment eating breakfast in the show whatever something just pops into my brain and the good ones are the ones you can't stop thinking about if you laying awake at night thinking about it it's good sign and this was one of those and i couldn't stop and i started building a story around this image of this guy and then i started doing the research that was that reverse engineering the research into the story idea and i read that rakers well book the singularity is nia it's about that moment that singularity were tech in humans will merge and that i found fascinating like it spoke directly to what i was trying to do because i didn't want to do a robot movie what was interesting to me wasn't robots it was people with tech and there's the good side of that like medical like rakas well talks about now nobody now bloodstream regulating blood pressurall eating cancer cells and i think tech inam bodies is going to be a really good thing but it's fascinating to think about that stuff it was definitely in my mind during the whole process a lot of this has to be on a green screen right these amazing houses and everything i mean how much of that set was what you actually got to interact with all really you built it i don't think we really.
"nutro" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"A huge problem is just a lot of its habits right people develop these habits they get used to the flavors of these things they become desensitized to how food should actually taste anyone who's tried a carnivore style diet or one who has obtained from eating junk for a long period of time knows how good some almonds can taste or know how good eggs can taste or butter or a steak can taste fantastic but you lose how that's supposed to taste when you start eating cereal and he started eating all these other things your body is really flooded with all this but in my opinion what i see is people are kind of behind in almost everything that they do they're behind all day on everything they they go to bed too late they wake up too late there behind the entire day and because of that it starts a casket of stress they don't ever really think about where they're going to get their food from and therefore they're already stressed they make poor decisions all of us make poor decisions when we're overstressed and i think it's a repetitive cycle and it's it is about the food but i think that the food is it just happens to be there and it's people's you know people are making these poor decisions over and over again because their stress from their job their stress from their spouse or stress from all these different things and i just kind of see it as people are kind of fighting this up hill battle every day they're behind and it's very hard for them to get ahead the only way to get ahead is the win the only way to wins develop good habits how to develop good habits when you're behind some shit that i'm seeing each kind of over and over again how are you seeing some of this go down well you talked a little bit about it also in the war on carbs which is sleep people think asleep is going to try this new organic eight over here i'm going to try this nutro pick over here but sleep is think about if you live to ninety a third of your life is spent sleeping so.
US payrolls surge in February but wage growth elusive
"I'm side is and i'm a long haul this week on kqed's the duelists will feature a theatrical alternative to march madness and a fochi from vermont that alongside an artist thoughtfully taking on human trafficking though shows and more on the dualist our guy very best in arts and the bay area this friday in every friday morning at 620 to an eightwicket kqed's morning and this is michael krasny here's what's coming up later today on form with meena kim uc berkeley professor and former secretary of labor robert rice will join us in a studio to talk about his new book the common good we shouldn't be swayed by the myth having nutro free market we must make the market work for us join us for forum nine to eleven right here on kqed public radio mostly cloudy today with temperatures in the '60s and a ten percent chance of showers tonight live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone after more than a year of hot rhetoric at name calling between their two nations north korea's kim jong own and president trump are preparing to meet in person the development caught people by surprise around the world and at home former us ambassador to the un bill richardson said frankly when i heard the news i was speech was flabbergasted it keeps streamling risky for president trump but i commend him he spoke to abc news richardson has traveled to north korea several times the us stipulates this is a meeting not a negotiation the labor department releases the government's latest monthly employment reports at this hour and pr zyuganov gucci has more analysts expect the job market to show continued strength they project about two hundred thousand new jobs which could lower the unemployment rate further but last month's report also showed a big spike in wage growth assign that employers are facing higher workforce costs that stoked fears that costs would increase across the board pushing inflation higher and prompting the federal reserve to raise interest rates sooner that spurred a global stock selloff however most analysts are not projecting wages to show similar wage growth for february.
"nutro" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
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"nutro" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"nutro" Discussed on WSB-AM
"With fire aid and it goes from eight hundred or so degrees tech 80 degrees in thirty seconds you can actually pick up your grill and sit at nutro so they're right fire aid and how was it you know that josh from lourdes andrews show and i'll just getting ready to order for the house all right where you need to order some for the house because one is not going to be enough and are you order some we're gonna send we will send to you i fire eight at you know or have at skis joshua out and just wanted to add um i was watching something else phnom tv just this week where i think it was locally they pulled an unconscious woman out of a of a fire out in a car that was on fire oh yeah and i thought you know what you need to keep one of those in your car to although she was unconscious but if somebody else had been there um they could have that would have helped get her out as well that had one in their car fire a puts out the fire immediately well it was worth getting up this morning one a joshua well on a security guard working out i look good for you breach you're listening to the program and it worked out forty this time all right appreciate it thanks ballet you go office it all right so okay i've got a story for you use my story ready ready get ready yes yes okay i like i like confirmation this is a story about nicknames do you have a nickname whether you're a fisherman hunter a gm ratta sports fanatic a baseball football player even a golfer nicknames service very well it's a thing i rarely hear of a woman giving or calling another woman by nickname unless it's quite obviously a compliment of course i could be wrong anyway nicknames bridge a gap a communication gap using a nickname you've heard or have personally bestowed upon some one usually is much easier to remember and is always a great deal more descriptive asked to the personality the physical attributes or talents of the named let's look at a few i bet you can think of jumped two french says there's a guy works out with us at the gym that i.
"nutro" Discussed on WCTC
"What are we got okay you know the subject keeps on coming up of playa of selfdriving cars right apple game now eighty two dozen self driving cars that are test wheaton california okay i think selfdriving cars are a lot closer than than you may think all righty so they're joining there's a whole bunch automakers uh over overtired i'll left gm renault mercedes vow law honda and a whole bunch of other companies are working on this stuff so i think we're gonna see a selfdriving cars a lot sooner then you know you spin the future a year ago others the remedy there was not one that they took from arizona to new jersey nutro by itself and it was a onetime deal and all of a sudden there are so many so my point is apple is ending another two dozen of the test cars to their fleet in california all right so the technology the selfdriving technology is much shit it's getting huge out in california and laura data okay all right we're going to keep your eyes on that and see how it plays out but it's i think it sooner or later in that in that industry god's who very good okay well not tell fans uh out there was a big deal out in france right they had a seventy percent discount at certain supermarkets across france uh there were like how dole's right there were very very populist not out there woman and her hair pulled an elderly lady will smacked a man with a box another one out of hand they said it was horrible jeez yep customer at the rear jitters supermarket in central france what was the game gave the of the account right and they throw the place in what's busy with a seventy percent discount rows were seen on video posted on social media as they swarmed towards outlets montella and they grabbed as many jars is they could apparently this very popular france gain spray popular stuff but i'm wouldn't start beating people up for right right right i would do a either by freeing without a valid it was a it was a.
"nutro" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Fire eight and it goes from eight hundred or so degrees to 80 degrees in thirty seconds you can actually pick up your grill and sit at nutro so they're right fire aid and how was it you know that josh on from lift andrews show and i'll just getting ready to order for the house all right we need to order some for the house because one is not going to be enough and a new order some we're gonna send we will send to you i fire eight at you know earth at scheveningue joshua i just wanted to add um i was watching something elnile tv just this week where i think it was locally they pulled an unconscious woman out of a of a fire out in a car that was on fire oh yeah and i thought you know what you need to keep one of those in your car to although she was unconscious but if somebody else had been there um they could have that would helped get her out as well that had one in their car fire a put out the fire immediately well it was worth getting up this morning one joshua well item a security guard working out night what good for you british you're listening to the program and it worked out forty this time all right upper ahead dikes palais you go on this it all right so okay i've got a story for you your smashed dory ready ready gale ready yes yes okay i like i like confirmation this is a store about nicknamed do you have a nickname whether you're a fisherman hunter a gm ratta sports fanatic a baseball football player even a golfer nicknames service very well it's again i think i rarely hear of a woman giving or calling another woman by nickname unless it's quite obviously a compliment of course i could be wrong anyway nicknames bridge a gap a communication gap using a nickname you've heard or have personally bestowed upon some one usually is much easier to remember and is always.
"nutro" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
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"nutro" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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"nutro" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Fact that baths majority of the spending under obama clear continued under this legislation edmund occurred at a different level of government and you know uh on balances that enough to get him on board of the relief from the regulation in the flexibility pay they haven't been so far k i get it now senator may you reach the very important agreement with senator bob corker of tennessee which opens the door to significant tax reduction can you tell us about that sure well you know larry before you can have a very meaningful conversation about what tax reform looks like you've got to establish the parameters now that we're going to be a net increase be nutro as earner contemplate or reduction in revenue and then of course according to your own reid you know who who go into the scoring of all that and so that believe it or not had not been resolved despite a lotto uh rope and of course agresson what tax reform outlook and i think last week we got to the point where we have an agreement among the republicans on the budget committee that unnecessary first step clue subsequently do tax reform a simple majority and the agreement is going to allow us to reform the tax code in a way that will be statically scored you know not taking into account the xtrac economic growth that will result but pretending that there wouldn't be any extra economic grow it all score at one point five trillion dollar left in total revenue and encouraging thing for me is i think that gives up the room together with other reforms to generate a tremendous improvement in our tax cut out a real pro broke reform that'll encourage a kind of economic prosperity that we've been waiting for so i'm looking at this the deal with bob corker as as a as a floor not a ceiling santer to me and that now is if if he's agreed to accept deficits in the short run static estimate one and a half trillion dollars in lower tax revenues if if you get some reforms some low paul closings and a.
"nutro" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Helping people more productive as an entrepreneur we're here to inspire informing came back the community of entrepreneurs i'm mark lack this business rockstars joining us to answer that question is our guest michael bratt who's the cofounder of neutral box michael plus having you brothers how can we do it mark thanks for having me so lighting let's first thing about what biohacking even is i think we should define the term and when we talk about biohacking and neutral by so we mean is looking at your body like an engineer and thing about it as a system where you have inputs and outputs right there's things that you eat there's things that you do is a sleep that you get the footsteps in the news that are here output which a lot of times is the productive work that euproduced for its other things like how do you feel in the day how healthy are you and there's a lot of ways of tracking these things there's more and more devices and sensors and apple watches and fit bits and and things that are even breaking the skin berry become looking more like implants and there's all these ways of measuring your inputs to optimize you're out place i stopped guessing yes we stop yeah i think i think there's certain things that works uh the general for people at large and then for an given person they're gonna find that their certain things that work really well for them in particular okay so practical steps i'm an entrepreneur maybe i'm just a person the judge has by god what are life one or two or three things i can do to hack by self my body so i can feel my best look my best performer there are one of the things i would start off with is just looking at nutro picks in general obviously this is what i started doing when i started the company neutral box of honor and i would look at look around at the nutro pet space in there's things that are generally regarded as safe there's there's things that aren't as well that you can experiments dad won't if you want to but that when we operators and things are safe things are generally regarded saved by the fda and it gets are looking at the.
"nutro" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Well i ask joe um we mean joe were friends at that time and asked you i said joe what would be the product that you would like the most said wad like a really good you know plantbased nutro pick like a natural nutro picked that really worked um because there are some other things around at the time like the mmf and els in then different kind of chemical synthetic products but nothing that was a supplement that you could actually feel so as i i'm going to do my best to make the very best plantbased nootropic that's ever been created then went to do you know my stepmom some other um some other doctors psychiatrists athletes and put together this batch and the first batch alpha brain was so frightened strong it was like as one of the mechanisms of action is it boosts acetylcholine so it has a cholinergic reaction anna cholinergic reaction at the upper level feels a bit like a nicotinic reaction so what it would feel like you know had a bunch of nicotine of anybody smoke too much of a cigar try to dip for the first time in absorbed too much nicotine you get that kinda nauseous feeling that at the tail end of the buzz and this formula was so strong so cholinergic that um it was it was borderline you know too much on most people but judges loved it is like this is the best i love this thing um but regardless we knew we had something we knew that if we you know we had a a driver the formula we had some things in there to balance it out make it more robust targets some different systems in the brain.
"nutro" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"The clinton easters and others why does the left won control of the internet inau norma in normal people republicans freedomloving individuals gender wanted to be open so let's deal with the first issue i want why the democrats porsche for four out more control of the internet to make the telephone system in america continue to look like ma belle will all why did the democrats want to do that well because kathy internet actually enables free speech and along with that beyond you know conservative radio conservative websites and so forth david bloated through the internet and bad has um actually if you can achieve recall we had an election last november it because of disability to have free speech and two offer for different entities to reach out today they're audiences the actually enabled a lot of on premarket boy conservative voices and so forth to gain an audience so they're idea if we can make the internet nutro it will prevent both ability for the on the conservative and free market forces to succeed as much if they do so when president trump have talked about on net neutrality of being the fairness doctrine it will target the conservative media he's absolutely right so so that a fair that is one goal on a political level fat dad that the happiness policy on controlling interpret media the second part of the goal if that they have a utopian vision it if the government provide i'd broadband and the government provides broadcasting then there will be a dairy equal world and all of the on reporting about the news will be nutro and so on and what that means is that their voices get prioritised over others so for that is really what this is about so george soros you've rigging the george soros in the ford foundation of given almost two hundred million dollars and i guess the goal which would have happened if trump lost the election is out the drudge report a real clear politics dot com news max internet sites that i check in all the time would be under the control of the fcc appointed by the the president so you had a bomb if you would add backtoback eight years of obama eight years of hillary clinton and those sixteen years the entire operation of the internet at least in america would have come under the.