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"one calorie" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

Beyond Your Wildest Genes

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"one calorie" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

"On spotify and Youtube as well and you can sign up for incredible weekly email at www dot beyond your wildest jeans Dot Com. Thank you as my oldest son. Hayden says be awesome and never annoy awesome. Ah Thank Catherine thank you take care bye New Year. We hope you've had a fantastic holiday season. And of course be awesome and never awesome. It's stuck in back. I suspect you loved listening to at this week's podcast release. We really wanted to introduce you all to an incredible all wanna be wiped. WBZ's favorite Gary. John Bishop author of the New York Times Bestseller. Nfu Beep K.. Yourself his newest book is awesome and we selected it as our January twenty twenty book of the month to start the year off with a bang. The book's title is stopped. Doing S H beep key and self sabotage in demand your life back. Our product of the month is another worthy energy bids I've interviewed the CEO Katherine Arniston twice on the Byu WG podcast with the latest being released in early January twenty twenty. He's he's an absolute world class educator in passionate about algae and you bet or either spirit or corral or fifty fifty combination of both in one coury salary tabs that have zero sugar forty nutrients Kito Friendly Paleo friendly vegan friendly and non. GMO become in one thousand tab bags or easy to use thirty thirty counts single. Servings you can pick them up at. WWW that energy bits dot com and use code Byu WG lower. Upper case. You'll receive twenty percent off your orders for ever. The supplement of the month for January twenty twenty is Byu WBZ's bone health plus as chiropractors are patients share their bone bone density tests with us quite often and we can attest to the incredible number patients who have either osteopath or osteoporosis. This formulation was a no brainer calcium. mm-hmm is simply not enough. This formulation has calcium magnesium vitamin D three K. to.

"one calorie" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

Beyond Your Wildest Genes

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"one calorie" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

"Well I I like to get up and have a win the summertime. 'cause I live in Boston in the summer. I like to get up early and go for a walk by the river but it's cold now so I switched so I get up and I start with a t is called Europe Matei which is a very alkaline. Lining T. there energizing lots of antioxidants. And then I've started. I used to read for an hour. But I've switched switched over to doing meditations. I now listen to actually chiropractor Dr Joe Spencer who is unbelievable unbelievable and so I I do a little meditation with listen to his downloads and a little bit of reading and then I have more t in more algae and then I you just jump into work and I I usually work till but seven or eight and then all either do a yoga class. I tend to have a salad around around two or three o'clock. I eat a lot of Greens. I also eat seafood but I'm eating less and less meat very little meat and I'm really off dairy so oh Very clean diet do yoga or a high intensity Workout class which I love and if it was warm I I would go for another walk if I could but so so it's a pretty young much socially anymore. I Oh if I have extra time I'm usually come back and work till eleven Doing some more research and writing papers but I try. You know when the weather's crappy I must admit I. I'm not as diligent on my workouts but I'm trying to get into it but I love Yoga and I love high intensity workouts and I love walking so oh and then I have And then I have a nice Lemon Balm tea is my evening drink of choice. It's very soothing to the body. I did it for a brand of medicinal something rather odd just from Amazon and I listened to bury soothing meditative music and end Slide off to a little sleep land head-scratching you're always a joy to have on like I said you were without a doubt Out A world class educator and I love your product fits perfectly for our audience so thank you as always for being on. I actually think this audio is going to come out after the holiday that thinks it. Probably right around the first of second or third of January So heavy great great Christmas missing New Year's captain you too all right. Well we're going to get some bits your way this week so you can get through the holidays intact. I welcome them with open arms. Thank you very much thanks again. Happy all as as we we say. Merry Christmas all right so my name is Dr not coy or coast. And you're listening to the beyond your wildest jeans podcast it'd be like would you heard today. Please tell your friends and family and give us a five star rating on itunes or we can also be found.

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"one calorie" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

Beyond Your Wildest Genes

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"one calorie" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

"I I am ready and ready to roll greats with loaded with algae you know what I love to she is you know we're the three of us are chiropractors and I see you on facebook and all the different at just about every large chiropractic convention out there so that always makes me smile for sure. I'm assuming chiropractors are big supporters of energy bits. I would imagine they are and I love it because they love the science. They asked me the hard questions and I'm always have. I love geeking out on people because lots of consumers don't know anything about algae so I can't I can't show off all my science but yeah we're we love working with the Chiropractic community. You guys do an amazing job and we're here to support you and keep you energized as well as your patients. So yeah it's a great community. I'm so happy to be part of it. Thank you so let me just do your bio and then we'll get started kathleen yet ed. Let me do that. Catherine has a thirty year careers. International Attache for the Canadian British government to publisher of an international magazine and founder of three starters but in two thousand nine when the youngest sister was diagnosed with breast cancer and advise bear on colleges to change your diet to an outland one because it would help her heal catherine put her career on hold to help her sister in. The process says she discovered algae the most alkaline nutrient dense plant in the world that no one seemed to know anything about Catherine new. Algae would be a game changer for the world if she could just help Americans understand it. Energy bits was born anything to add to that to kind of finish that up. No that's that's that's pretty much good I all. I wanted to do ten years ago when I started. This was to help my sister and in the process of helping her. I learned more about Koa. Particular Area Plant Base Attrition and then by and that that will gosh I can help a few more people and then I went to school. Get a you know a one year certificate in health. Coaching and then I taught nutrition than I found out that everybody knows the need to eat more Greens. But they don't like them or it's too much work. According to the kids won't eat them or their husbands won't eat them so I thought well I gotta find something. That's fast easy. Nutrient dense green alkaline. Maybe doesn't even taste screen. And you think yeah. Well that's not GonNa Happen but I just knew I could do something and I circled back to algae and then it was like Allison Wonderland falling down the rabbit hole all because of course algae is the most newsagents food in the world is. There's one hundred thousand studies documenting. Its efficacy is endorsed by the United Nations Nassau. Even the White House this past the Cultural Act this year and the only thing wrong with algae is nobody knew about it so I never planned to be what affectionately say America's algae Gal but here I am and I'd love educating people about it because it is the most amazing food group in the world and I I tell people that it's like your best friend will never let you down and it just keeps getting better and better every a year the more and more I learned about it so yeah. It's it's funny that yeah. Algae chose me. I didn't show and I'm quite happy with the pairing. Yeah so a lot of your packaging and you have great acting by the way it says this one ingredient one calorie zero sugar forty nutrients Kito vegan non GMO. So I have to ask a question. How could one product to be literally so perfect or near perfect? I know I know. Well Oh and I used to give talks at triathlon clubs and they used to always tell me because they would say well you know how could something with one calorie gives me energy and this was a few years ago when the there is still the belief that calories calorie and that was about seven in years ago and I actually didn't have the answer for them at the time I said well you know what I will find out and so I did do some deep dives in the research. So if you WANNA know why the SPIRULINA because there's two types of algae first of all and the other thing back up a bit there's two. LG First of all is a food. It's not a supplement people misunderstand it as a supplement because often looks like a supplement that it is not as a food crop so it's no different than Kale or brock blades grown in freshwater so another misunderstanding that lg does grow in the oceans but all the algae that's out there in the oceans or lakes swamps so you're swimming pools. Those are all toxic. So please don't stick your head in any of those those water bodies and you're going to get some healthy. Algae the only the algae eating and we'll talk about how ours is different and cleaner and purer than anybody else. But the only algae want to be putting your body has been cultivated as agriculture. Which means it's been grown in freshwater and hopefully under controlled conditions and the control conditions is the key issue here because algae absorbs observers in the water so naturally if it's growing in a swamp or lake it's going to absorb toxins that are in the water and that's why sometimes when you're online you'll read about toxic algae blooms and you'll think oh my God all algae is toxic and no is just? It's just if it's out there in the in the wild so algae's food like fruits and vegetables and fruits for example. You have different types of fruits right. You have bananas and apples. Will you have different types of algae and the two main types are are seaweed. A Brown and red most notably and the other type of is micro algae. And that's what we sell is micro. Algae algae and even within the micro algae category. There are two main groups one is called Blue Green and Spirulina is one of them and and the other one is green. Algae and Clara is one of those so and we sell Spirulina and Collella so now that you understand there are different types of algae and a different types of microalgae. All talk about spirulina because it's the algae the blue-green algae that gives you energy mentally physically. And this is the the one that the leads us to you know literally heckle me about well. The reason why spirulina algae gives you energy I'll give you a few of the top notes notes First of all it's a complete protein. It has eighteen of the twentieth. Minnows in all of the protein is already in amino acid form. Now when you eat animal oh protein. Your body has to break it down into a minnows in order for it to be absorbed used Amino are used in almost all body processes every single body parts. So they're very very important but to break that down requires energy and digestion takes about fifteen percent of your energy and so the fact that the SPIRULINA and the KLA the protein is already know me know acid. So there's nothing for your body to have to do to break it down to get access to it. It's it's like putting an extra fifteen percent of energy back in your body because there's no no real requirement for it to be processed second of all SPIRULINA. Lina algae is technically a bacteria. It has no cellulose wall. It was in fact the first life on earth four billion years ago but it has no cellulose wall or nucleus. The reason why that's important is because it's absorbed into your bloodstream. Almost instantly you chew late and within a few minutes swallow it and this is the other reason why athletes do love because they get access to all the amino although gorgeous protein almost instantly because it gets into your bloodstream. Now in addition to through those all those amino acids it has all the B. Vitamins being vitamins are what convert glucose into energy. And they're attached to the Amino so again and you get all that great energizing these that work instantly because they're absorbing into your bloodstream. SPIRULINA is also. Oh what's called a nitric oxide based algae and what that means is that it really helps you buy to release.

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"one calorie" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

Beyond Your Wildest Genes

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"one calorie" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes

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"one calorie" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"one calorie" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Begins its best explained using and clear English still coming for US tonight. Will we listen as close to a dozen. Democrats answer the question. What should we call. What what we are witnessing right now the last thing before we go here tonight as we try to make a habit of saying around here impeachment traditionally comes in two flavors regular or classic nick and Diet the case that we are witnessing the ladder diet one calorie impeachment get stronger every day and pretty much every time I am a democratic member of Congress is asked Hey. What's the deal with impeachment? The KNICK FAN does headline in the Times tonight is everything. Is it an impeachment inquiry corey or not. Democrats can't seem to agree well. Here's what we're talking about for anyone. That was confused. We are in the midst of an investigation. We're holding hearings. Thanks for the purpose of investigating the possibility of voting articles of Petri gives. The president has described well home. What we're doing tomorrow is adopting procedures enabling us to do it more effectively so it's a bit technical inside baseball? Maybe essentially intially the impeachment inquiry has already begun people can call this whatever they want to call it but I don't WanNa get caught in semantics. Do you support moving before with articles of impeachment against President. I think we should move for four-way on things leading up to that. The only vote that is ultimately going to matter is is whether we vote to impeach him so we hope that cleared it up for all of you and with that we wrap up what is the worst day of the year every year here in New York arc tonight beneath the twin blue shafts of light over lower Manhattan one of the places where so many died eighteen years ago and we ache for those who were killed for their families for those who went to war and its name for those still dying because they rushed into help. That is our broadcast for this Wednesday night. September eleventh two thousand nineteen eighteen. Thank you for being here with US tonight from our NBC News Headquarters here in New York aw hey it's Chris Hayes from MSNBC. You know every day I come to the office and we make television show and every day I think to myself. They're are so much more. I want to talk about and so this is our podcast. It's called. Why is this happening and the whole idea behind it is to get to the root of the things that we see Lee out every every day. They're driven by big ideas each week. I sit down with a person uniquely suited to explain why this is happening new episodes of why is this happening every Tuesday. Listen for free wherever you get your podcasts..

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"one calorie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"one calorie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Human behaviour doesn't always make a ton of sense. At least on the surface, I said, would you mind if I give the dogs a little piece of cracker with some hot sauce on it, and without and see what they choose hidden brain a spicy podcast about science psychology. And why people do what they do. It's the Ted radio hour from NPR. I'm guy Roz and on the show today ideas about how we can stop the worst effects of global warming and save our planet. And what the way we might be able to do that is, by changing our diets and eating a lot less meat. I read a book called diet for a small planet by Francis morla pay and Francis Marlow, pay basically, makes the argument that in order to eat meat we have to grow massive amounts of crops that we then funnel through animals. This is Bruce Friedrich. He's co founder of a nonprofit called the good food institute the most recent statistics from the world Resources Institute indicate that it takes about nine calories fed to a chicken to get one calorie backout in the form of chicken meat, and chickens are the most efficient animal. So you're talking about nine times as much land nine times as much water nine times as many pesticides, herbicides on the crops. And then you have to ship all of those crops to feed you to operate the feed mill you have to ship the feed to the factory farm, you have to operate the factory farm, you have to ship the animals to the slaughterhouse, you have to operate the slaughterhouse. Once you crunch all of those numbers. And all of that inefficiency what we find is that meat production. According to the United Nations causes about fourteen point five percent of all human caused climate change globally. That's more than transportation. So the animal agriculture industry causes more climate change than all of the cars and the trains, and the planes than all forms of transportation combined. Here's more from Bruce Friedrich on the Ted stage. I'm gonna get one thing out of the way. I am not here to tell anybody what to eat besides convincing the world to eat less meat. Hasn't worked for fifty years environmentalists, global health experts and animal activists have.

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"one calorie" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"one calorie" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"Per year in thirty years. It's one hundred percent plant based. So that strikes me as doable. And if governments recognized that this is the solution how we keep antibiotics working that this solution to food contamination that it's the solution to climate change. It could happen. A lot more quickly than that. So I think that is both the optimistic, but also realistic trajectory in thirty years. We're just not making meat from animals anymore. And it, you know, you look at what has happened with our phones. We went very very quickly from landlines to cellphones. Or you look at what's happened from Kanter with cameras. We went from film to digital cameras pretty quickly. You look back further the transition from horse and buggy to automobiles happen very very quickly. So I think once the tech is good. We are so early days on plant based meat actually, attempting to replicate me, I mean, Pat Brown and Ethan Brown and Brown founded beyond meat in two thousand nine didn't have a national product until two thousand thirteen Pat Brown founded impossible foods and twenty eleven didn't have a national product. Until last year star started a roll the stuff out. I think at the end of two thousand sixteen so the idea of thinking that for people don't companies now both both billion dollar companies hundreds of millions of dollars. Yeah. Never mind. They're not wealthy billion race hundreds of millions of dollars evaluation evaluations probably over a billion each of them. And so the idea of thinking about me the plant base me those not. Four vegetarians but thinking about plant based meat as a way to make meat from plants is a fairly new concept. But let's say that you're listening you there's no way we're going to get rid of post me just be just be more consumerist about like what what will I be able to buy can I buy lab-grown shrimp. But but wait a minute as her why. Why not? So like, you think about the fact that right me meat is an extraordinarily inefficient commodity. So the most efficient meat is chicken. And it takes nine calories into a chicken to get one calorie backout in the form of that animals flash. Nine calories in for one calories out. So that's nine times as much land nine times as much water nine times the pesticides, herbicides, and then you're shipping. Those crops to a feed mill you're operating the feed mill you're shipping the feed to the farm. You're operating the farm shipping the animals to slaughter house, you're operating this latter has this is an inefficient and expensive system if you can grow those crops and processes crops into plant based meat, and we can figure out, and we can how to replicate everything that people like about me, but using plants I think a huge. Direction that you don't have to convince me on on the inefficiency of meat. But that's actually the part. I'm trying to I'm trying to get you to draw the picture of because right now, I've been to these conferences, and you know. It is not on shelves. There is I would say Las like three or four years. We got pretty good burgers like pretty good non lab growing like, you know, plant based meat burgers, like I'm a big fan of.

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"one calorie" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

This Unmillennial Life

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"one calorie" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

"Personal to you. So we works your macaroni nutrient prescription around your activity, and we said, you know, maybe before and after exercise emphasize, these things, you know, unease days when you're very sedentary because of your job and the nature of your work. Maybe eat this way. And it worked really well to accelerate your results. So now, we're at this place where we're trying to move. And this is Michael for all my clan. We're trying to move to a place where you are moving away from. Diligently diligently tracking for the end goal of maybe body composition or a body competition goal or athletic performance goal. And instead of having all these minute details around maybe you're three days of different kinds of activities and pairing protein fat carbs differently around your activity. I thought it would be nice. If we move to more of a maintenance level of the this approach and you're eating one way in one half of your menstrual cycle and eating another way in the other half of your menstrual cycle to see not only if we could maintain the great results that we already accomplished, but even accelerate them further, but having less rigidity that makes it does. And I think the thing I want to bring out here is that when you suggested this to me now, I have to remind people that both Emily, and I are registered dieticians. But when she suggested this to me, I mean, it was kind of mind blowing I thought I don't remember at any point in nutritional. Biochemistry or physiology and metabolism that I took many many years ago learning that much about how fluctuations in a woman's hormones throughout the month can affect hunger, fitness performance. So when you suggested this as kind of moving to maintenance, but not moving to maintenance that was one calorie level or one set of macro for you know, a thirty to thirty one day period. But instead looking at it too phases. I had no idea that it was something that could affect other women. So I want you now to talk about how these fluctuations hormones throughout the month really do affect us as women are hunger in our fitness it, so interesting, and you're right. We never learned it or Maly in school, and it comes out of my practice in working in real life with women and doing research, and you know, seeing the current trends and research at are coming but coming out. So there are times a women cycle that affect appetite athletic performance, and it has everything to do. Do with the highs and lows of estrogen and progesterone as well as the fielder hormones and enzymes that are fluctuating throughout the cycle, generally speaking during the phase of the cycle those two weeks at the beginning of the Pheko marked by your period, your estrogen of climbing, and when estrogen is climbing. We have better energy, we experience more strength and recover quickly from exercise..

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"one calorie" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

05:39 min | 3 years ago

"one calorie" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"I knew I should have gone into the ice cream business. Look at that applause. You look at that, you know, looking at your story and seeing your lives before you became these huge successes. You've been in each other's lives for a long long time. You know, both of you grew up in Brooklyn, the new met in Merrick Long Island where you met in school. Close to him. And then you go. I've just never rolling to a better friend to spend my life with you know, he's kind of smart. He's funny. He has a real he has very strange eating habits and. Well, you know, the earliest memories will actually I have of his eating habits. He was once. Attempting to survive on these one calorie candies that his mom, I guess packed for him and his little sandwich bag for school lunch. And. And we were in gym class together, and he keeled over he fainted. You know, some kind of strange. Lose your liquid came out and some facial orifice and the coach covered it up with the gym mat? So that he could show it to the nurse when the nurse came by in the movie version of your life. I'm going to have that kid right up on go. Jerry, are you? Okay. And he's like, yeah. What's your name? Then my name's Ben, thanks, buddy. And that's all was born. Yeah. Yeah. Bend You've been down and. down and got the second food memory. I have of Jerry. When he was surviving on what he called slop, which was he would mix together cream of we and cream of mushroom soup. And he kept it around in this jar that he kept his car, and he would drink out of it. For the record. Thank god. Ben created all the flavors so. Was a slop something that was consumer over. The course of a day a week. I I was trying to be healthy. And so. I have no trouble eating the same food over and over day after day. I mean, it's just sort of just not live to eat well imagination does eat a lot. But. He he doesn't care. What heeds let's talk about Ben for a minute. You love Ben. I love. So we we met first of all because we were both fat kids in junior high school. And you know, we were not exactly in the mainstream of social activities we were both kind of nerdy kids. And so we hung out together a lot and we remained nerdy kids. So I think that was that was soup and Queen cream of week qualifies. Plus, we always did like to eat together. I mean, we would have food together. And Ben Ben was the first person who talked me about taught me about. Wet crunch and dry crunch bends really into textures in foods. Used to talk a lot about eating through the pain. Food was a big glue and your relationship very much. And when you say, what's in the ice cream is hemisphere, and what's yours. Well, I used to make it. But you know, what's one of the interesting things. So you think of Ben and Jerry's you think of all these incredible flavors. And so people assume that Ben made some of the flavors and Jerry made some of the flavors, Jerry, what were your flavors and? It's kind of a long pause. Slop. So you're the business end. No, no, neither one of those. No. So really good joint. What are you saying? It's legal here. We're recording. Ben came up with the flavors. I would make the ice cream. We started with this little shop right here in Burlington. And for those people who remember forty years ago about two weeks after we opened up we close the store because we couldn't figure out if we were making any money to stay in business, and we put up a little sign on the door that said closed, and we had an accountant who walked in the door and said, hey, I can help you. And so that I shop what I want to go back and forth that because in your lives. There's a lot of. You're going to go to college to medical school that conceptually right? I'll take and you wanted to become a skull pottery pottery, and then you end up teaching pottery where again was those who can't do, you know?.

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"one calorie" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"one calorie" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"So that theory of change impossible foods beyond me of just of these companies that theory of changes, let's actually give people everything that they like that meat dairy eggs, except let's make it less expensive. And so it will sell more, and let's just replace it. Because every single survey that's ever been done indicates that what people make their dietary decisions on the basis of its price. It's taste. It's convenience. A lot of us who were having this conversations or like will shop at the farmer's market. Or we shop at whole foods that we shop at our local co op, which my wife, and I do all three cases. And we get this vision of people who are very mindful about the food that they're eating, but even watch what people are eating at whole foods like that entire sector is less than two percent. So ninety eight percent is Albert Sens and target and whole and WalMart, and sort of that sort. Grocery really, big grocery. But even watch what people are eating at whole foods, even that even folks at whole foods. It's like the price matters and the taste matters. And whether it's healthy for them is not that high on the scale, which is why obesity rates, they actually these maps that are sort of color coded for obesity. They have to keep adding new colors getting fatter and veteran fatter and fatter. So you your like, all right. Forget about like trying to educate people. That's that's a nonstarter. We're making for the amount. Like us the nine calories in one calorie out. It's like, you know, a thousand calories into trying to get people to change their habits versus what you're getting out. So instead, you have this focus on on trying to leverage basically market forces to incentivize companies to innovate and to create products that people like that address these problems. Yeah. No, it's markets and technology, and that will be the transformation, and we talk about how do we feed nine point seven billion? People by twenty fifty. We talk in sort of an Uber way about keeping antibiotics working because governments care about those things, and we want governments to be sporting research and development in plant based meat unclean. Me that's a big part of what our policy department does. It's a big part of what our international engagement folks, doing an Indian Israel and China in Singapore in Brazil, which is the areas where we're particularly active and governments these planets meeting clean meet salute there. They are how governments meet their patients under the Paris climate agreement there, how governments provide safe food food safety is a big issue, especially in places like China and India, their how water is conserved their resources are conserved. So we talk about these things, but we talk about them to people aren't doing policy. So fund these things roll out the regulatory red carpet for clean meat if you are a philanthropist or an impact investor what you care about is climate change or sustainability global health. These are things that you should be investing in if you're Dacian, and you do grant making the in these areas, you should be doing grant making on these issues but for individual consumers. It's really go. Try the impossible burger, it tastes incredibly awesome. And then you can also talk about the impact on the climate or the impact on sustainability or whatever wants people are already thinking. Oh, this is like an awesome new food at this. Hot new restaurant at tastes amazing. Oh, and I can also feel good about the fact that I'm doing something. Awesome for the or it's healthier whatever else. Right. Well, this approach seems to be working. I mean, there's a huge upswing in venture capital funds that are investing in the sector. We're seeing a rapidly changing regulatory landscape, which I want to get into with you and the money is flowing and the innovation is happening and it's happening quickly. Yeah. At our conference, we were just delighted to see. So like the biggest plant base makes me company MorningStar farms. They are doing a lot of innovation internally..

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"one calorie" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"one calorie" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"So those are sort of the big three, and they interlink at least the first to interlink so raising crops to feed them to animals so that we can eat animals is just vastly inefficient. And it's the same as, you know, the vast majority of what we eat doesn't go into gaining. The vast majority of what we eat. Sorry. Okay. The podcast. I know I'm very excited about that. I'm glad it's not live. The vast majority of what we eat goes into just allowing us to lead our lives, and that's true for farm animals as well. So the most efficient meters chicken, and yet it takes nine calories into a chicken to get one calorie backout explain that for people that are unfamiliar with how this whole thing works. Yeah. It makes intuitive sense. Right. So I weigh about one hundred and eighty five pounds if I do nothing, but lay in bed watching bad television. Not even moving I'm gonna burn like twenty four hundred calories every single what if you watch good television. Well, if it gets me excited adrenaline could little that up. I'm shouting at the television. If it sports eyecare who's gonna win or something. But I mean, basically metabolism remind metabolism is going to burn about twenty four hundred calories a day. And that's just busy logically. What I need just to keep my body going the same sort of thing is true for farm animals. The vast majority of the calories that you feed them, they need just to exist. And so that. It takes nine calories into chicken to get one calorie back out in the form of that animal's flesh. Sometimes the industry will do a mass to live weight conversion from mass delight wait, you can get to like two point two or something like that. But about half the calories in go into bones, and blood and feathers and other things that we don't eat. And then you really have to have dense calories to get that mass calorie out conversion what really matters is energy and energy out. We ate those crops directly you get nine calories instead of one calorie if you've done all those crops through a chicken, so that means nine times as much land nine times as much water nine times as much pesticide and urbicide nine times as much fossil fuel to power the combines. And then you're growing all of those crops, you're shipping those crops to feed mill your operating the feed mill you're shipping, the farm operating the farm shipping the animals to the slaughterhouse your operating the slaughterhouse just a vastly inefficient system the nine in one out vastly inefficient. And then you total all of the. Inefficiencies all of the extra stages of production all the gas guzzling pollution-spewing vehicles, all of the extra factories, and what you find is that a conservative estimate is that about thirteen point five percent. According to the United Nations about thirteen point five percent of all climate change is attributable to the meat industry. It's more than all transportation combined on a, and that's a that's a conservative estimate from what I understand. Right. I think in Cal spiracy. They said it was fifteen percent. I think it depends on how you run the numbers. But their team point five is pretty that's that's being conservative, and it still Trump's transportation, which is what we're all focused on. Yeah. And waist, which people are focused on. I mean food waste is forty percent of everything we grow throw away, and obviously that's bad. But this insolent early eight hundred.

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"one calorie" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"one calorie" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Well, it's like a soft boiled egg in a bowl with like cut up bread all mixed up and you eat it with a spoon. Lewis not cooked enough. That is. So we rose. Yeah. The enemy now was it was it because I do like soft eggs. Like I like a little bit a not mixed up with the bread and the googles. Oh yeah. The white good that I can't deal Kevin coup. There was goo- Sarah, but I am going to now ask, why is this? So whenever someone orders, scrambled is what we're talking about, there's no way you get right. Right, right. Yeah, it's scramble. It's going to be like an omelet or scrambled eggs. I'm thinking more often. Those places don't give you the option of like Denny's or something like that. I don't even know if they have a poached egg option. I bet they don't. I don't think they do either get it over easy or something. He and now would have to be a real right. We just invested. Yeah, is a product, right? I mean comes ever as you said I started. I was like, mom, you're being nuts. And then I started looking at menus. I'm like, pantley do all, say you. We use fresh eggs or we real eggs or something. I'm like, that's weird. I have a fun fact. Yes, yes. True or false farting burns calories. Oh. Well, there's some muscle movement involved, so I suppose technically watching television burns calories that. So I would imagine farting would as well, how much are we talking here most insured. Really not worry about the gym. Yeah. Well, there was an article going around that claimed that farting burns sixty seven calories which to me that's terrible. How long is the fart? How tight is the butthole sixty? Seven is a lot to. That's the fifteen minute walk. Oh, for Pete's sake, is it because there's a lot of activity going on in your body through the more digestion? Okay. There is no calorie burned, and here's why. Oh, that's false. Like this. Okay, that's that's. That's the answer. I wanted you to. The reason that it does not burn any calories is because while you might think it involves muscles, what is actually happening is your muscles are control. What's the other one, a relaxing, attracting whatever the opposite of that is. Yeah, they're relaxing and the force is from the gas at self. It's propel hit propel himself. It's self propelling. Yeah. And so it really involves no work because that my first thought was going to say, well, it's kind of like the opposite of burning calories in my head. But then I was like, no, that doesn't make sense because what's the opposite of burning because it is kind of, I guess, if you're pushing real hard, that might be like one calorie. Yeah, you know. But yeah, not really. So I'm not. But yeah, who's putting out who wrote that? I article it was actually a website called fact, stop it stop, which is. Using that term fast and loose, oh my God. It's like farting. Some of the most audible for its are fast and loose. What we're doing here is setting the record straight when we when I was in Pittsburgh. Because of the Pittsburgh accent. So you know the phrase, whoever smelt it delta. Yeah, we would say that. And then what's the thing where whoever said the Ron did crime, things like that, and then there was the one about like if it were silent but violence. Yeah. Okay. We also would rhyme something that in other parts of the country wouldn't run. What is it loud but mound. What the out my will. Oh. Only is an adult was like, wait a rhyme loud, but mild, I viewed saying that doesn't come out, right, right. When I was on road rules and you know how you on these reality shows. There's a lot of waiting. Oh, I was always saying, what's the holdup and the guy on my show like, why do you talk like Elmer Fudd when you have an l. in a word, what's the holdup but loud but mound rhymes in Pittsburgh in the world. That is, I love that, but it is silent. But violent universally, I always think about that with songs they translate from different languages and I'm like in weekend glasses. How does this rhyme in both languages like you did a little bit of took a little you liberty on the Merrick's from each country, right?.

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"one calorie" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"one calorie" Discussed on Doughboys

"My pants come down here lacroix i like lacroix because like the the selection of flavors and i drink water pretty quick right and so actually chug can pretty quick so the flavor stays with me for as long as i have but then you get the smaller bottles those go way too quick those are like not enough those little ones yeah yeah the little the little bottles are terrible for that and the little cancer terrible too because a it's a kanza when to open it you're you have to drink it it goes flat right away and the serving size is not enough so the lacroix just seems to be like the perfect amount it's goldilocks when it comes to spark those spin drifts i've been getting we don't have them right now that they had just a little bit of real real fruit juice but they're like very very low they're like they're like five calories they're like super super super low but they're they're sparkling water with reels like like the lemon one is one calorie so it's like like taste so much more like you're drinking something more substantial right hey naked in the snoot video when he wants to dogwood you morph down into a minion wait who's pulling up to give us a ride cruiser amir the minion in snoop dog is a dog gets inside cruiser ramirez drives around the video sounds pretty cool to me god god we couldn't work the right center hey that was the challenge just like a restaurant by your feedback let's feed bag today's email comes from a shelby michelle writes sometimes i like to include my cat if i'm indulging in a guilty pleasure when otherwise alone if i won unhealthy snack i will give my cat her favorite treats if i want to have a beer i will let the cat have some catnip do you do this to what is the cat treat equivalent to fast food cheers michelle the human and chloe the cat and you she included a picture of her seller you're gonna show me and chloe right here you guys can take a look at that oh very very durable pick that's great very very cute they're chloe's khloe the cats are gonna right into the camera good job looks like khloe stake in the south e but that's impossible in talking call no we haven't told the people that cruise mir's is an actual it's the cars in here in pause able unac oh boy do you mitch do you do that as a cat owner do you ever like you're giving you're having some taco bell and you decide to give wallie and irma some sort of treat you know i've said this before but the bali number don't zip mild cat zip yes she used the human food she loved human food recipes recipes zip she lived a very long life she lived twenty two years yes she was she was when i was like a little kid when i was like we to when i was four or five she used to follow me around the neighborhood she'd walk around behind a dog she follow me around we had great adventures together we have some we had some great time she was a great cat and then buster to also a great cat she was a little bit more skittish but i i love buster very much but zip was it was great and she but she always go out your food like if you've got a sub or something like she had like going pick out it wally and not they'll be interested in they'll come up and sniff it but they'll never try to eat it right they'll they'll never really try to to get the food interesting so the so i mean what what is the question what is the catnip for me or something is like if you're having something unhealthy decide like you know what i'm going to give my cats unhealthy to kind of give them a treat as well you know what i'll do i'll get i'll get like a regular can of tuna or or a little bowl of milk and like that a little bit but yeah they're they're good cats their cats i love them i love them both softer side i i'm only just mean to nick i'm not i'm not a very mean person i mean physically you're all softer side guess what wall in normal like to cuddle up in that but no they they they don't they don't they don't seem to love or any human food i've gotten so far.

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"one calorie" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"one calorie" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"That they would have chosen and in doing so they might be consuming actually more calories than they would have had they known all that information they have been a little bit more careful little bit more choosier calorie counts had not been disposed interesting julie downs is is that true what the social science say about that yeah this definitely question that we're interested in it's actually question some of my colleagues and i have been trying to look at very specifically as we look towards better ways of communicating this information if you set some sort of threshold or goal or something like that will people try to you'll be one calorie below that goal as opposed to one hundred calories below the goal and think i could have had a cookie with that hundred calories and and so i think that we're you know with the advent of this legislation were getting a lot better information about what people are actually going to do in the face of essay this point we don't really know but we're certainly looking at it all right let's go to zack calling from detroit michigan hi zack you're on the air good to have you go ahead hi anthony thanks for taking my call on been listened been listening to this conversation it's it's fantastic i am i've been a type one diabetic or twenty nine years and i think this the calorie posting is a fantastic step in the right direction and i'm hoping that it's a gateway for more information to be posted i mean it doesn't really matter where the information posted it could be on a store wall it could be you know next to the food or it could be a website of long as the information is there is the most important thing the information to be there for people to consume because without carbon king and should accounting i wouldn't be able to control the disease that i can't get rid of so again i'm hoping the this calorie of posting is like a stacked in a multi step direction where we're information is there and transparencies there for prepared foods that would be really fantastic for i'm i'm sure so many people with type one and type two diabetes among other.

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"one calorie" Discussed on No Huddle

No Huddle

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"one calorie" Discussed on No Huddle

"Magneto threepiece two legs in the thai man large red bean to urge them biscuits holocaust rob makes a great they did a good ole large rubber by until you sit down and take a deep breath me then dropped some hats also another thing too by the way got you change your answer because i can picture you in front of me a burger king and you're the guy taking a half hour going though pickles extra mayo if it takes have argued ben let entity that red ring rang up in their register 'cause i'm gone on the horn go on come on man i'm kind of a big deal i gotta get and get out i mean unless there was a case m toy chronicled chronicled a burden a burden on water popeye's all right abe is giving away now cordell here's my problem with the mac rib as i say not the machribie mac rip back it only comes back during the holidays so it's only here for limited time so i feel the need to hoard them because you don't know where you're going to drive by mcdonald's january second or third and they'll take the signed doubt and then i'm a little bit crestfallen i missed out i coulda had one more mick rib so that's my issue i'm enjoying a while they're here but i'm also eating for tomorrow because i know in early january when i wanna make rib it's not gonna be there for me and that is going to lead to a case of a early depression a 2018 your l on problems so darko give you drink a darko would mean would you will that balances out you can have seven mac ribs as long as you have the diet coke is there's only one calorie mcdonald's man noting a leg by mcdonald's hotfoot center sometimes you do forge forging caramel mix you do care karimov the bottom and helped forge a top us.

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"one calorie" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"one calorie" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Tuesday's tuesday he put he plays you know this is neil so just to be clear two thousand food calories is a capital see that's a fouls in physics calories and so 2004 goes is two million calories why really no is that like the fudging that they do where the chocolate milk says secretly five servings a different thing going on yeah so one calorie there to raise one gram of water one degrees celsius that's okay so one food calories a thousand others oh so as a measurement of heat is that what you're saying late jochem saying it's just i slipped out i'm sorry but we can go back to food calories we went so so there would be one thing you might put in the in the physio aji or anything else oh okay but if you read my tweet yeah they so you got a good one for all three if you could have wings at the expense of having hands with an opposable firm which you know neo bird try to turn a doorknob it is not pretty.

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"one calorie" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"one calorie" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Welcome to episode 336 with my guest mila we're gonna talk about jealousy and online affairs a my name is paul gilmartin this is the metal tomas happy hour sounded very official a a place for honesty about all the battles in our heads from medically diagnosed conditions past traumas in sexual dysfunction to everyday compulsive negative thinking other shows not meant to be a substitute for professional metal counseling i'm not a therapist snubbed a doctor's office more like a waiting room that doesn't suck i like how we pretended like i just came up with that even though i've said it up pretty much for the last two hundred episodes of the website for this show is mental pod dot com go there check it out fill out a survey be will lower read your survey on the show completely anonymous we don't even collect your ip address um other things you can do on the site you can support the show financially you can read a stuff i've written a you can read stuff that other people have written um you can join the forum uh we have resources for places to get help a a directory all kinds of stuff or as i like to say don't do any of that in just staff said on the couch with your thumb up your ass because the vet those burn calories too yet tab actually you you gotta give it a little bit of an effort to get it from burning one calorie to calories but i think.

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