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"one hundred forty grams" Discussed on Ologies
"Can I ask you all patron questions yet thought okay. So nervous but yes okay. We'll play and Samantha Heineke both wanted to know if they chew their cod and they do they burp methane is it kind of like cow's? My adviser is Zenit nutritionally colleges like this is his jam in they are ruminants. So they do have a similar digestive system to cows whereas things like horses are Hind Gut fermenters so they have different. System so Dear have all of the room in they have. The like chamber has all the microbes in that sort of thing as well as cows I guess there's like. Carbon budgets or like a balance right? It's not just What you put out through farts or whatever. and. So He really compare it to cows other than like the might Dane. because. That the actual balance of like how it goes in? How much goes out would be different. 'cause cows are usually. Fed like soy, which is crop when. We farm and then you use like fossil fuels for your tractor especially super complicated out food scientists. That makes sense. Okay quick sight down. No one's really measuring gear parts are they. They are now one New Zealand study I found titled Comparative Methane Emissions from Cattle, red deer, and sheep read total daily methane production from cattle is one hundred, forty grams per day, which was greater than red deer, which are elk at thirty one grams per day, which was greater than sheep at eighteen point three grams day. 'cause you figure they've got smaller buttonholes anyway now because methane is twenty to thirty times more potent of greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide when it comes to trapping in heat and poaching the planet a lot of. Eyes are looking cow butts, a lot of fingers pointing toward cowboy boots, and actually by volume more their burpee faces as a way to cut are methane addiction. So one company in Texas called baiser labs has developed probiotics. They can cut bovine belches by up to fifty percent, which is a measure which could reduce livestock impact on climate change but right now, the meat and dairy industries are right up there with transportation in terms of changing our Earth's temperature for the not better. So if you're eating a cheeseburger private jet right now, maybe just tried to do one of those things instead of both. Ashley tonny. First Time question asked her wants to know, is it true that deers antlers can give people diseases San. Thank the antlers specifically. Yeah. Is there anything disease wise that you can get from a deer antler? Like. No okay..
"one hundred forty grams" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"Depleted in a lot of our foods chromium and vanadium are depleted <hes> and as a result because of that and things like this. I is depleted. Your body doesn't operate properly now. When you leave our nutrients albion related minerals so those albion will carry on across a protein key late they don't go through the ion channels? We have <hes> combinations of things for example. I tell people if you're trying to lose weight. You understand it. Obesity is I call diabetes. Everybody who's obese is actually pre diabetic but they're still the compensation face where they're producing enough insulin their blood sugars normal now. I'm putting out my a thesis of the Causes Diabetes this year I WANNA Polish Probably Academy of <music> advancement of medicine as a cam and I'll probably put it over also on anti-aging the American Academy of anti-aging medicine but what we have to understand as toxins in her diet depleted minerals <hes> and high glycemic index foods like White Bread glycemic index food say over eighty or seventy five and their index drive your but insulin uphills vote recount rental hormones cortisol in Glue Gun and when your muscles become insulin resistant and your blood sugar backs up become a diabetic people have to understand the diabetes is primarily a skeletal Muscle Insulin Resistance Syndrome. It has nothing to do. The packers just compensated so people thought it was a pancreatic illness because of the original original research with banting and best lighting the arteries of dogs back one hundred years ago that research actually took it off in the wrong direction same ways early church toward cancer cancer is not a week sal. It's a strong sell trying to survive toxic environment armament installs pathogens and fungi viruses the same way as heart disease. We don't realize heart diseases K. deficiency because of just by got increased fee radical <hes> Davidge causing oxidation of cholesterol and fatty acids and win a macrophages eat those globules dying from Rosenthal foam sell. That's increase. I came one and two page plaque so the problem is I'm living pathologists which is a pathologist of the living dead and most doctors don't have my knowledge. I'm trying to spread the knowledge and and because all based on science I mean people say well. How do you know that day? I said Look I can test your blood. I Haven't gentlemen I'm consulting with right now for any prominent gentleman and he had atrial flutter fibrillation and originally they said Oh we might do a an echocardiogram before we kurt evert so we don't throw clot will he didn't do it and the thing is if you don't do this off Jalek down throat. You can't soak for the side C._V._S. Flap Valve rosty defect so he could throw Wroclaw from his right atrium to his left up to his brain but they tried to Kurt Evert a minute and work well. They never looked as his whole blood magnesium level. They never looked at white cell magnesium another mineral levels. They never looked at his blood. viscosity systolic diastolic never looked cardiac profile of pro inflammatory anti-inflammatory fatty acids because the approve laboratory ones or oxidise cholesterol oxidized trans fats with AMAC reveres eat those globules dying foam sell meaning. It's not a mystery anymore what causes heart disease but people are still clinging to the Framingham study and to doctors are so poorly trained in science. It's disgusting now. You're kidding my doctors Dr Dr. I don't care if he's a practice thirty years. It's like my grandfather used to say when they had a conflict with the another senior jewelry and their families have been in our family's been jewelry on my mother's side for thousands of years and he told the older guy told Leeann my grandfather other said why. Why are you doing that? Leon of course has very good at marketing right and and he said the old guy said you know what your your jewelry jewelry business one year at a time for times fifty in other words. It's the same thing with people ah don't ask good questions about what is a certain disease. What is arthritis what has rheumatoid rheumatoid is a reaction against mycoplasma fermenting cognitive any joint decorates cross reacting antibiotics detection informs a a inflammatory cytokines that destroyed the joint capsule and Causey Granular Emma that eats away the cartilage now if you ask it average doctor what's in Atlanta's of different diseases even hypertension Doug it some aside right answer that makes no sense whatsoever? Hypertension is simply your blood vessels or not responding to the searing force of your heart with a secondary pursed altog- waves you got functional resistance eventually can cause heart failure so when we look at nutraceutical they if it or not niche that drugs don't drugs don't in fact many times. The drugs are meddlesome. They're bad like h M._v._p.. Corey reductive inhibitors they get rid of L._D._l.. Cholesterol your body makes it a male and female armone and Cook Utan which makes the spark of your heart in your Mitochondria to work for your heart and blood vessels contract and people don't get this. They think all I can take these pills and there's no side effects. I heard a really good statement. Is there's No side effects. There's probably know effects in other words. The drug won't be good in his and it's supposed supposed beneficial area if it doesn't have nasty side effects so Ryan. Let's talk about this next. What what's the next day to cover because we have people playing sports this summer people <hes> doing you know neuromuscular games games? You know like no golfing. We have people swimming or scuba diving and their body gets challenged when they get your older than they haven't been doing something for awhile. What would you offer them? We we're going to have arthritis. They're going to have pain. They're going to a decrease fitness. They're going to have muscle loss for not being actively last year. <hes> why would you recommend. Let's you know I think you know taking a couple of different angles here. I mean obviously people love to <hes> <hes> build muscle mass <hes> if they don't they don't understand stand the aging process right because if we lose muscle mass <hes> than we are certainly aging even though we are necessarily our bodies I look smaller or we looked better on a scale think we're all becoming very aware that it's critical what kind of wait you're losing right. So there's a formulation Melania mega muscles and I would call this is <hes> stop wasting your time at the gym formulation and the reason behind this is this is a powerful <hes> amino acid design by Dr Robert Wolff who's considered the grandfather amino acid therapy and <hes> what he does is. He uses specific amino acid ratio in a drink format and you take the before right after working out <hes> basically it gives you the right amino acids to unlock the muscle building potential <hes> of these amino acids in AH ratio interesting thing is <hes> you know when they did studies for example. They'll just use like a bedridden individuals and <hes> that that's one of the fastest ways to lose your muscle mass right is to be bedridden break a leg or break a hip and you get laid up and interestingly this formulation is <hes> that's now known as negative muscles that meanwhile has a combination showed not only the people spare them so they actually maintained and then grew their muscles over twenty eight days a bed rest and that was <hes> compared with placebo ugly that that lost and that was done by decks cans and so when you guys hit the gym and you work out <hes> you're breaking down muscle. Everybody wants to break it down and then wants to build it back up right and if you don't have this right amino acid blend it doesn't matter. Veep more chicken breasts. It doesn't matter that drink necessarily the perfect protein shake as far as your you know are considered. It's this specific amino acid that can be key that unlocks the potential so if you're a person that struggles with gaining muscle mass maintaining muscle mass or you don't want to spend money on extra protein like how many people really want to eat one hundred forty grams of protein you know every day or feel a grand per pound of body weight every day like dude. It's a fortune to try to do that. You know and it doesn't make any expense because now you're stressing out your body your kidney process. That's not necessarily good for you mentioned. where's all the protein source from? Is it truly hormone free you know is it exactly with antibiotics or grow problems or or they animal's been eating genetically modified grain and that modifies you you and I talked about this too. <hes> interestingly would <hes> I if the animal gets even these pasture-raised one's a lot of people don't beat the fine print you don't know if it's grain finished or corn finished but if it is what you get in your meat products that they vary hi spike of what's known as a racket on a gasset and that's going to be inflammatory in your body and so you're taking jet information formation grain finish the animals are higher economic acid in.
"one hundred forty grams" Discussed on The Dr. Hedberg Show
"Everyone to the doctor had route show. This is Dr Hedberg, Dan. I'm really looking forward to my conversation today with Diana Rogers, she's a registered dietitian, and she's known as a real food nutritionist. And she actually lives in works on an organic farm near Boston, Massachusetts, she's an author, and she runs her own clinical nutrition practice, her work has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, the Boston Globe and outside magazine, Diana writes, and speaks internationally, about the intersection of optimal human nutrition and environmental sustainability, and she's the producer of the sustainable dish podcast, which I recommend and Diana is an advisory board member of animal welfare approved the savory institute and whole thirty and her new film, and book projects sacred cow. Examines the environmental nutritional and ethical case for. Better meet, and her website is sustainable dish dot com, so Diana. Thanks for joining us. Yeah, thank you so much for having me. So it was really looking forward to this because there's this kind of avalanche of plan based propaganda out there. There's been some net flicks documentaries, and some well known movie stars and medical doctors, putting out a lot of information about this as become a little frustrating, and a little extreme. And so I wanna bring you on to put the brakes on this a little bit and educate people. In fact, I was just I saw this commercial the other day for raid bug spray, and their, their big thing is that the insecticides are plant based, so it's just you're seeing this all over the place. Plant base this plant base that, so why don't we why don't we begin by just talking about some of the main dietary deficiencies in? Plant based diet. So I mainly seeing iron and an iodine be twelve. So can you talk a little bit about the micronutrient deficiencies and residual protein shoes with plant based, I. Yeah. I mean I, I'd love to start with protein, actually, I'm a huge protein advocate. And I looked into the recommendations for protein. Where did they come from why does everyone think we only need about fifty grams of protein per day, a little less for women a little more for men? Like where did that all come from and turns out that they're really wrong? They're really low and the recommendations for protein are based on the minimum that we need for basic survival. And they're also based on an ideal body weight of women at about one hundred twenty five pounds. I think in men at one hundred and fifty four pounds. And so if we look at the average weight of. Our population its way higher than that. And so the point eight grams per kilogram of body weight is at, you know, where people think that we only need about forty five grams of protein for women in about fifty four for men are based on way thinner, people than, than the average population. So my in my clinical practice, I always start people at about one hundred grams of protein. And nobody is eating that much protein and it's really hard to get your protein from a plant based diet for a few reasons. One is, it's really hard to get it from plants just because they're lacking in certain amino acids. So we don't really need protein need amino acids, and plants are pretty low in some of the more important ones for our health and for society. So it's just really hard to get what we need from plants. And it's also hard to get what we need from plants without over consuming overall calories. So we're trying to get let's say thirty grams of protein from a piece of steak. That's about a four ounce piece of steak at about one hundred eighty calories. But you would need to eat about seven hundred were calories of peanut butter to get the same amount of calories. So people think that they're all set with a little scoop of peanut butter instead of, you know, maybe some some eggs or some sausage for breakfast. And that's absolutely not true. So it's it, you know, if we are low in protein, we see all kinds of problems number one. It's just really hard to feel full and you'll end up eating more calories. So protein is the most satiated of the macronutrients, and we've got a problem today in America with overweight obese and type two diabetes, and upping protein, can really correct all a lot of those problems. And, and especially for people who are stressed have autoimmune diseases are RIC. Covering from illness, growing, or are over forty so that's pretty much every single person likely listening to your podcasts. They haven't increased need ro-. So w RDA is a really great place to start at this one point six grams of protein per kilogram of body weight, which is, you know, at least one hundred grams for women and likely much more so upping your protein getting it from animal sources will make you feel fuller is a lower calorie way of getting your nutrients, so it's more nutrient dense, and, and it's tastier. Than than getting it from plants in my opinion. So that's the first thing. And then, as far as nutrient density animals are way more nutrient dense than humans per serving. So when we look at nutrient density, so that's the amount of micronutrients you get coury of food, things like lettuce, actually technically are quite nutrient dense, but you would you know per calorie, but a serving of lettuce is really low in calories. And so you would need to eat, you know, twenty seven cups of lettuce to get the same nutrients, you can get in, in a small piece of animal flesh. So, so when we look at nutrient density preserving what we're seeing is way more nutrition from animal based foods from plant based foods, and I'm not saying that, you know, people should never eat plants. There's, there's some benefits to eating plants for sure, and I personally am not animal only eater, but. But definitely things like b twelve DHA choline iron. These are all things that are really hard to get from plants that are really easy to get from animals and worldwide each wealth, an iron are the most common nutrient deficiencies, especially in women. And so, you know, we're not gonna fix that with more salad. We definitely need more animal protein, Royd Royd. I've been using about one point five grams per kilogram. So I got bump that up to one point six for most. I mean, I think I think. It's not a true science, definitely everyone has a different need, and it's, it's we're not computers. And so, you know, I did a nutrient dense that he challenged in January, where I was trying to get maximize my protein and micronutrients. And I was feeling really great about one hundred forty grams of protein per day, and that's how much I weigh. So even as high as one gram protein per pound of body weight can be really helpful. So it really all depends on the person ROY rodeo. When I was bodybuilding in the nineties, we consumed a one gram per pound of body weight. And but sometimes more than that, sometimes one point two one point five, we would go go pretty high and filth grade. So one of the one of the things I always explain. Patience is there's the fountain of youth isn't really all that much of a mystery at this point, at least based on the research that I've read the increase in Sarka PINA and maintaining muscle mass as we age can do more for you than than almost anything that I've really ever read about, and as we age, we need actually more protein and we need to maintain muscle mass, and that's from what I've read can significantly decrease all cause mortality, so that kind of buttresses what you were saying total eight. Yeah. I mean, the, the diet that I that I mentioned was actually a, a nutrient dense protein, sparing modified fast, and it was fantastic. I felt so amazing when I was doing it. So I know that's like a typical bodybuilders diet. I'm definitely not a bodybuilder, but I ended up losing in one month's seven pounds and gained two. Pounds of muscle. So, you know, if we eat more protein than stimulate our body is to build muscle at the same time, we will lose fat and not just waste. So a lot of people will say, oh, I went plant ace than I lost weight. But likely they lost a ton of muscle. We don't wanna be losing Mossel especially anyone over forty wants to be gaining muscle in preserving muscle mass as much as possible. Right. Right. Exactly. So. What are the other things that that's out? There are a lot of these plant based food replacements, like plant based burgers and plant based drinks, and, and things like that. And the ingredients that I've seen these are really low quality, some of them have, you know, like canola oil, and a lot of other really bad ingredients. So can you talk a little bit about some of these plan based types of products that are out there that, that are becoming more popular? Yeah. And I have an issue with them on so many levels as a as we're Ganic farmer. I mean, they're just separating people from their food producers more. They're not sustainable and cleaner. Although they're marketed that way. And they're certainly not healthier. And, and I would argue ninety nine more ethical, so you know, things I actually looked up beyond burger on WalMart's website. And compared it to you can get or Ganic rested beef at WalMart is probably, not the same as, as getting it from, you know, your farmer up the street, but it isn't accessible option for people that, that really just have WalMart as, as they're, you know, easiest way to get food and beyond burgers were twice as expensive mum per per ounce as organic grass-fed beef. So a lot of people will complain that better. Meet is too expensive elitist and not accessible. That would actually argue that beyond burger is elitist expensive, non accessible, and not more nutrient, dense and not more environmentally friendly than something like organic grass-fed beef. So these products are not only low quality. I mean, the like they'll say they have the same sort of protein and, you know, similar of the macronutrients, but what we don't have on them is the micro neutral. Breakdown, and I actually know somebody that is going to be starting that research pretty soon. But there's just no way that sewing, canola can compare to or gimmick respite beef is far as micronutrients and, and, and then environmentally, you know, mono-crop agriculture, this commodity, monocrop agriculture is devastating are ecosystems and soil health and what we need is more ruminant animals on the land, not more Soifer arming road road. He wanna we dispel some of the myths out there about red meat some of this traces back to so keys, and the anti cholesterol, anti saturated fat movement that began in the I think it was right around the middle of the last century, but red meat. You know, it's the, there's obviously, a difference, and I know you make this distinction between factory farmed red meat that is fed corn and grains, and things like that compared to grass-fed beef. But can you talk about the, this kind of false mythology out there about red meat and cancer and heart disease, and things like that? Yeah. I mean, there's a lot of anti meet bias going into these studies and certainly Ansel keys. His, his basically fake research showing that saturated fat will kill you was one of the biggest reasons why people started vilifying red meat, but it even goes back deeper than that, to a religious movement in the US in the late Victorian era, where meet was started to be seen as something that was you gave you impure thoughts basically, and, and this was the Seventh Day Adventist movement. And they actually are the ones who started the dietetic movement. So the, the very first dietetic dietitian was seventy Adventist and even up until very recently, the people putting out the. It was the nineteen eighty eight -sition paper on vegetarian vegan diets every single one of those people on the academy of nutrition and dietetic Ord was either a vegetarian for religious purposes or like a seventy Adventists or or had another agenda against me. So there's a lot of bias going on in there. And so the, the studies that are vilifying red meat are not great science, basically, they're, they're epidemiology studies, looking at populations in oh, these people eight red meat in these people didn't end a look at what we found. But when you take out all these confounding factors. So when you think about typical vegetarian shops at a health food store, there may be likely to do go to the gym more or, you know, practice healthier lifestyle. Less likely to smoke and drink compared to a typical mediator. Out at which is a typical American who may be doesn't have those healthy lifestyle factors when you adjust for all those things multiple studies have found that there is absolutely no benefit at all in being a vegetarian so and once studied, they did looking at people that do shop at health food stores, so adjusting a little bit there. For lifestyle.
"one hundred forty grams" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Opening day for baseball, which has been not. So very very good to me. The baltimoreans. Governor HOGAN and the Baltimore police Commissioner announcing a crackdown on criminals governor vetoes a couple of bills. We'll tell you which one's the Baltimore. Police Commissioner no gun was found in the home of the death of the Baltimore, man. In the standoff. The other day people are asking questions the president was on Hannity last night talked about treason, dirty cops and says he is going to declassify the FIS a docks as he takes his victory lap in Grand Rapids. Michigan tonight. The mother of all caravans is forming to our southern border. We've got the start numbers in what the border officials said about the border, which should concern us all take a look at the president saying the GOP will be known as the party of healthcare, and while Bolshevik Bernie's calling for limiting private insurance companies open war between the Chicago PD and the prosecution there over the Justice smollet case, lots of news here this morning. So we're giving it to all of it. As soon as we can't four ten WCBS, six eighty one eight hundred WCBS. Six eighty emails. AM six eighty at wcbMcom you can text into the show using the WCBS mobile phone app. Our executive producer is Kristin Edrich governor HOGAN. And US marshal for Maryland. And Baltimore police Commissioner announcing the arrest yesterday in crackdown called operation. Seven sentinels a push to capture the city's most dangerous fugitives more than two dozen law enforcement agencies from city police and the FBI joined in. Here's the governor. We're here today to provide an update on the status of these joint operations, which has resulted in an additional two hundred and sixty four arrests in Baltimore City in the past three weeks. The main focus of our entire joint operation was to remove some of the most violent repeat felons from the streets of Baltimore City. Through these joint efforts. We have made twenty five arrests for homicide or attempted homicide. Eighty six arrests for assault and aggravated assault as well as numerous firearms kidnapping and gang drug dealing arrests. Lordy said they recovered one hundred forty grams of heroin hundred six grams of coke fifty thousand dollars in cash in just three weeks and a Baltimore police Commissioner Michael Harrison said we should all feel safer now that they are off the streets. And I'm impressed with this team and this collaborative effort, and so I'm entrust to now be the Commissioner of Baltimore to know that we have this level of support from all local state and all of our federal partners working together with one mission. And while they're certainly some sentiment that we're not being aggressive with climb. This is a testament that we actually are. And I think more of this is is coming. And we're serious and to the people out there. You know, the message is if violent crime is the life. You choose then prison will certainly be the price you pay. One of those arrested was a twenty six year old Jeremiah Amos who was charged with beating a trial to death in January scheduled for a court hearing next month, eighty seven signals operation mirrored a month long Porsche last year, which nabbed about two hundred and fifty nine fugitives in Baltimore that one was called operation seven centuries. So something that Frank we have seen homicides increased twenty one percent since last year. We're now up to sixty four homicides and HOGAN said the cause it's not a magic wand, it's not gonna make all the crime disappear. But it's a major accomplishment. I would agree. This the the, you know, we need more of this. We don't need just once a year. This has to be an ongoing efforts want salute the governor the Baltimore police Commissioner, where's the mayor, by the way as a matter. She's she's still recovering from pneumonia. So she would she could make it. But you know, you look at it. And this is the kind of stuff we've been advocating for the longest time get the city, get the state get the Fed's get everybody you can involved in this thing. And you know, you create the pincher movement on these violent thugs we'll more specifically we've been saying all along that the police themselves. They know who these fugitives are many of them are repeat offenders if not all of them. So the police know who they are all you have to do is have the will and the desire to go out there. Tracked him down you try to get them on any little Rin fraction of all possible. Just so that you are able to have reasonable cause to talk with an and chances are they're going to be armed with the legal weapon. So if nothing else you're going to get them on that you also may fine. Let these people like in this particular case with his roundup. Are fugitives already warrants out for their arrest. So it's to me, it's a piece of cake just had the will and the desire to do it. Congratulations US marshals and governor HOGAN now, look, then that's when you partner everybody together city police state police US marshals FBI a DA everybody comes together. And I think this is what has to be ongoing. It just can't be once a year. So, you know, kudos used to have policies. And and that's what we need right now. We need a modern day. Baltimore City police posse. Now, that's a good segue because at five fourteen it's time to introduce you to our one man posse. Indeed, Chuck.
"one hundred forty grams" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Attempted murder charges against Brown. This news. Reliable dependable. Others to you got it covered. Now your top local stories are on twincitiesnewstalk dot com. Good evening. I'm Chuck LaTour. Here's what's happening. A budget proposal by governor waltz would boost the benefit for people in the Minnesota family investment programs waltz, including adding one hundred dollars a month to what the welfare to work program recipients receive in his budget proposal DFL is in the house wanted double Walsall's proposed amount GOP leaders in the Senate say they will not support the idea if it requires a tax increase, Minnesota lawmakers are considering a proposal that would allow couples considering divorce to bypass the court. The proposal would let married couples set the terms of their divorce and file the paperwork through a cooperative divorce program. The program would fall under the Minnesota bureau of mediation services legislative auditor says the Minnesota department of transportation needs to better track its costs state review released this week found the department does not consistently assess the financial sense of its decisions the report. Found that in some cases, the department has implemented new procedures for more effectively addressing projects it undertakes. Vikings running back rock Thomas facing felony marijuana possession charges officers. Finding more than one hundred forty grams of marijuana at Thomas's mendota heights apartment while executing a search warrant marijuana wax drug paraphernalia, sixteen thousand dollars in cash was also found weather forecast is next on the twin cities news talk AM eleven thirty Lukasz Lucille believes.
"one hundred forty grams" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From the BBC World Service coming to you live from London. I'm Julian Marshall later in the program. A group of scientists come up with a diet aimed at averting environmental disaster and saving lives. We'll have a report on child abuse in Pakistan, how to raise awareness and care for those affected and President Putin arrives to an enthusiastic reception in Serbia that sorta come in this edition of news. But we begin today with walks might be called some serious food for thought unhealthy diets of the leading cause of ill-health worldwide with eight hundred million people, currently, Hungary, two billion malnourished and a further two billion people overweight or obese industrial agriculture is also devastating. The environment is forest to raised billions of cattle emit climate warming emissions so to protect human health and the environment and feed the world's growing population. International. Researchers say a radical shift in diet is needed over the next thirty years, and they've come up with a diet published in the British medical journal, the Lancet the promises to save lives. Feed two billion people and all without catastrophic damage to the planet. Let's have first from one of the authors of the report Johan Rockin strong from the Stockholm resilience centre, he outlined the kinds of food. He believes people should be eating the university. Healthy diets means flexible -tarian, diet with increase in plant based protein sources in particular, a whole grain legumes nuts beans, vegetables and feet and a reduction in intake of animal protein, sources red meat and a certain portion of dairy products and particularly Unser Tri unsaturated fats reduction in saturated fat so overall a dietary next which is. Flexible, -tarian, more balanced diets, depending more on plan based voting sources than our traditional a conventional western diet of the high reliance on animal protein sources I mean, this might work well in the developed world where people actually have choices about what they eat. But what about in the developing world where people don't have such choices and turn to whatever food. They can get the hands on in order to find the categories that they need to live or quite interestingly adopting this what we call a planetary health diet is very likely easier to be accomplished in developing countries than in developed Tom is because many of the poorer developing countries already aligned themselves, quite well within this more healthy diet because the capita intake of processed red meat is very low or valuable proteins as much lower than that. There is a larger portion of plant proteins already from the starting point. Then you're absolutely right. That there will be a very large variation within the scientific framework, and it allows for that creation. But the big transformations will be particularly in the rich industrialized countries in north even though in those developing countries people aspire to eat meat as part of their social aspirations. That's right. I mean, this is a very important factor that you raise that trend line is the trying adopt the western dietary cultural, which means eating more meat eating or processed meat eating more processed fast food unhealthy products. And that we can see that this scientifically based healthy diet assessment. Aligns itself is quite interesting with example, traditional Mediterranean diet. It's aligns itself with with with more plant-based traditional diets that you. See story in many parts of the world. So what's the connection between a pursuit of healthy diets and a lowering of greenhouse gas emissions this commission crumbs at the numbers on intake, for example on need. Serials from a health. Science perspective is only based on health considerations. But then we have plugged into the global system scenario models on we find that the only diet that can take us, for example to stay well below two degrees celsius global warming is by adopting and healthy diet. So for example, today, if we continue with our current data partners, we will be moving dangerous election emitting in the order of ten gig attendance, a carbon dioxide equivalent per year just from food over the next thirty years for Annan. But if we adopt a healthy diet, we will have will cut that emission levels by half just the healthy guy. So there is a true win-win opportunity. And I was speaking to Yohannan rocks Trump from the Stockholm resilience centre. What's being proposed involves a radical change in? What we eat and in what quantities, but will it fulfil our nutrition. Needs and can people in the developed world be persuaded tweet a single portion of metoo week rather than five six or even seven. Amanda Sylla's, a member of the British nutrition society, it very much depends which country you in when you're listening to this certainly if you're in the UK than a typical with beating on average around eighty eight Tisch grams of meat a day, and this is one of the main areas that the press which which translates as what if you think about half the size of your hands. The palm of your hand if that if you imagine putting in the palm you had a steak or salmon Filat or a piece of chicken, it would feel about the half the size of your hand. And that would be about one hundred twenty two one hundred forty grams. So on average men are eating eighty eight grams a day, and what we're asking them to do if they were to follow this kind of diet is to shrink that right down to almost just one portion of week of red meat. So that isn't. Very much compared to what they're doing at the moment. And you need to make up the the protein by having more pulses more nuts and relying on many more vegetables. Sources have some fish is in that. And you get some protein from diary, which they're allowing. And we'll say things like eggs, but the vast majority of protein would be made up three the sources that will come fix from pulses you've given us an example of a male in the United Kingdom. But what about elsewhere in Europe? And indeed in North America fairly similar in many northern European countries in America intakes are probably higher than that. And certainly it's well known for having very significant issues around over consumption of all sorts of fates as as indeed to carry in northern European countries of northern Europe sick, this sort of diet would in almost all the countries that we've mentioned require an increase in the fruit and vegetables say, for example against so here in the UK. We already have a five hundred grams a day target, which is five eighty grand portions of fruit and vegetables, and the main that may start any just about guessing for this guide. Our system is set up to six hundred. So again, we're asking people to do much more than they are at the moment is pushing us towards the kind of diet that we're seeing is catching on -mongst. A lot of people in the UK at the moment doing vegan ury this whole kind of drive to each of the vegan style. And even if you didn't go that far, it certainly pushing you towards a more of a plant. They started eating, but it's a nutritionist you must know that that is the more difficult argument that she must eat more helpfully mystique less for the sake of the planet rather than for your individual health. I agree with what you're saying. But on the other hand, I have seen some really interesting work around shifting Trojans behavior. And I've seen some what Clinton vote. Moved trying to get into have fewer sugary drinks and coming at it from the angle not only must have less sugar. But actually, why don't we try Medusa plastics? You're using so talking about reducing plastics get some to have less of the the sugary drinks, and they'd benefit nutritionally from that say they buying into the idea that they're doing something for the environment. So I'm not sure that that argument, especially with younger people completely holds true. I'd love to see what impact this might have. If we talk to people about the food supply in terms of a more global perspective rather than just a very individual while hatefully, you'll you'll have less disease risk if you eat, Mojo, grains. I think it's a very interesting angle to becoming at this from Vandross a member of the British nutrition society, but what does meat and dairy industry make the proposal for a dramatic cut in the consumption of their products. John a is secretary general of the European livestock? Meet trading union. He joins us now from Brussels. If people are persuaded to restrict their meat consumption to one hamburger a week that's going to hit your industry is it not. I'm not sure for sure. Unin- unin- on under quantity. Maybe.
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"one hundred forty grams" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"Necessary in the body and it's especially necessary during key jack diet because you know there are certain cells in our body that can't use key tones that that do need glucose for fuel and since we're not eating them we do need this process in our body taking place to produce them and you know they're a lot of research has shown like people on kito that you know maybe they're coming in like fast in the morning in the have a meal or something there's an elevation in gluconeogenesis rates but they see that kind of tapers off throughout the rest of the day in it kind of over compensates balances itself out so this this whole thing with protein consumption i think it's a little bit of a fallacy i think that a lot of times you know if you're somebody who maybe you're you're first starting kito and you're extremely insulin resistant and we know like if your insulin resistant your body's not gonna breakdown fat very well maybe that that makes a difference way when it comes to like your different macro nutrient consumption but i really haven't seen anything in myself or anybody that i've worked with with having too much protein being a huge issue on kito so i mean this is one of the things that i think is a hot button issue but the carnivore diet i've actually been on it for about two weeks now and hitting like one hundred and forty grams i'm not tracking today but one hundred forty grams a day one hundred twenty one hundred forty grams of protein per day and this way more than i was getting on a diet but i am actually still in the same level of does beforehand so between point eighty one point now and actually feel way better so i mean there's a lot of reasons i think we could dive in forever about that but.
"one hundred forty grams" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Tobacco company is pumping millions of dollars into a campaign to persuade san francisco voters to reject the band on selling flavored tobacco products rj reynolds tobacco has contributed nearly twelve million dollars to no on proposition e it's a campaign urging voters to reject a law supervisors approved last year that is now on the june fifth ballot by comparison band supporters have raised two point eight million dollars more than two million dollars from billionaire former new york city mayor michael bloomberg san francisco supervisors last year unanimously approved a ban on sales of flavored tobacco saying the nicotine max masked in flavors like mango caramel and mint serve as starter products enticing kids to become smokers under the ordinance a smoke juices that tastes like tobacco would still be allowed it is a story that other communities miss municipalities will be watching moving forward state regulators ise oregon produced enough recreational marijuana last year to supply every adult resident with more than five ounces of legal marijuana that's one hundred forty grams the bend bulletin reports there were more than one million pounds in the state supply chain with more cannabis being grown than consume growers have dropped wholesale prices and some are scaling back production or getting out of the market altogether european union is proposing bans on plastic products like cotton buds those things that we call cue tips straws stirs and balloon sticks when alternatives are easily available in an attempt to cut marine litter the european commission says its proposal would seek to cut marine litter in half for the ten most prominent items and avoid environmental damn image estimated at more than two hundred and fifty billion dollars over the next dozen years the eu vice president says that utensils would not be banned completely but steps would be taken to have them made out of sustainable the cheerios when possible the proposal will now be assessed by the eu parliament and member states but there is hope that this might be done a done deal by may of twenty nineteen candidates pan america's silver corporation says it is cutting back operations at its mine in northern mexico due to safety concerns it's the latest in a series of major businesses that have been frightened by unsafe conditions in mexico.
"one hundred forty grams" Discussed on Strong By Design
"But he could only do about two plays before he had to get a substitution so yeah they they need to improve fassi so with him we we didn't i didn't change any of his foods like i didn't take away any foods that he ate enjoyed i just moderated the amounts and work a little bit on when to include them so for example this he loves his country time lemonade which as you know full of sugar especially in sugar water right and so he would wake up in the morning and then his mind you know he had his background was not in health and education so he just assumed lemonade equals limits limits the fruit this is good for me so he would he would get up in the morning smash several of those country time i'm they'd cans even when he was doing nothing like before practice or before training so he'd be sitting on his maybe sitting and then eating drinking one hundred forty grams of sugar you know and so we basically just modulated a little bit and said all right keep your lemonade but we're going to have it you know around workout time or around practice time instead of just while you're sitting around so that was one change we made the other change we made was adjusting the amounts of we like pizza too so we adjusted the amount of pizza he was eating and i had him incorporate some so basically i for each meal whenever he was going to have quote unquote junk food like pizza or things that you don't really associate with being super healthy i just told them start every meal with two cups of cruciferous veggie so that's your broccoli cauliflower spinach kale all that because it takes up a lot of space in your stomach and it makes you feel full sooner with less calories so start with two cups of christopher's veggies a protein shake he would have fifty grams away isolate protein two cups veggies and then he just pizza will what ended up happening was he got full sooner so he didn't eat as much pizza so that was my way of getting him to eat less without making him visit like without telling him he couldn't eat what he wanted that makes sense providing all the tition any required you know but yeah he asked links being an.
"one hundred forty grams" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio
"The age of seventy the recommendations are to get six hundred units a day when you talk about adults over the age of seventy that bumps up to eight hundred units a day however remember there's a lot of us that could be at risk so you mentioned the northeast we live in in new england you know we're not getting twelve months a year of sun exposure certain groups are at risk so we're talking people with dark skin people who are obese the elderly people who are homebound or don't get a lot of natural exposure those people can be deficient i pick up a lot of low levels in my patients will give because you're a nutritionist as well so what do you tell your patients so we're sitting here i love sushi for breakfast risk versus benefit more is not better you can get into trouble with too much vitamin d it can cause high calcium levels in the blood weakness nausea kidneys stones which i have had not fun and they can be serious and it's always best to get these supplements from the whole food sources so this is about one hundred forty grams of salmon this has your daily allotment but you can get it from eggs orange juice food always better when the body breaks it down now here's where i agree i agree that i believe the average person needs vitamin d i don't agree with him out of vitamin d on which they are using a scare tactic to tell people they're taking too much yes the fda recommended that the average adult takes four hundred four hundred i use would be what is typically in your multivitamin if it's in there now the problem with that is that it's not enough four hundred i use is going to still lead to deficiencies in the blood can you overdose on vitamin d yes it is possible it is not probable berry different let me give you an example so when you're looking at your vitamin d levels typically they'll talk about nanograms per milliliter so that's the number that they're looking at so when you say will you test my vitamin d if you're under thirty it is considered deficient thirty fifty is considered insufficient optimal is.
"one hundred forty grams" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"They were actually made of wood and they were supposed to peer mechanical variation on the wooden vessel so this why in fact we still say that where firing a pattern around it comes from the good but when the troubles in northern iron starting the linked 1960s there was considered that the wooden batons were not appropriate so the changed it they invented rubber bullets hard rubber bullets with substituted for the would actually were really large bullets in fact there fifteen centimeter law and one hundred forty grams surreally it wasn't all than ireland where they became used in a real significant way minded 73 gradually in northern ireland these are rubber bullets were changed arm and converted into bullets made of pvc so in other words plastic bullets when you describe them as being weapons that are designed to wound and not kale how did they activity act when they were use what's their purpose the purpose was to cause people great amount of pain and so that protest is in particular would stop will they would run away or they would move away what was discovered really very quickly is in fact that the term nonlethal weapons is actually a misnomer they actually world lethal neko's serious words we actually have a really good survey that was done day recently of the literature was done by some academics at the university of california berkeley school of public health and they surveyed the entire that return and what they found was that half of war victims had penetrative injuries at quarter suffered from blunt trauma sixteen percent ahead permanent disabilities and three percent of victims actually died so the term non lethal weapon i think really is a misnomer and particularly this shift from the rubble pets to the plastic bullets did cause an increase in severe injury and death rubber bullets were intended to be fired on the ground and to shake up and therefore caused leg injuries whereas plastic bullets were supposed to intended to be fired directly at civilians so they actually ended up not only the harder but they ended up causing much more severe injuries somewhat when security forces in whichever country whether there is democracy all nought in those countries are looking to find ways effective ways all dispersing a crowd having given the morning's a whatever this the context is is there in your view a safe and effective use full security forces in in the.