35 Burst results for "Paleo"

"paleo" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

"paleo" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Ways we can do that is take herbs that help support inflammation and keep inflammation under control. The most well studied herb for doing that is turmeric turmeric inhibits the inflammatory nuclear factor Kappa beta and stat three pathways. These are genetic pathways that amplify inflammation in our body and by inhibiting these turmeric really helps support good blood flow, joint health, brain function, our ability to think sharply and quickly and have good memory, mood, and just an overall good mindset. Now, when it comes to taking turmeric, you know, certainly we can be putting it on our food, you know, and taking food based forms of turmeric, right? A lot of people will use the most well studied compound, which is curcumin. However, what we know is that whole food based turmeric has nearly 300 other beneficial components than just curcumin alone. And so again, curcumin is extremely powerful, but the research shows that taking a whole food based turmeric complex can be much more beneficial. Now, the problem with turmeric is that it notoriously has low bioavailability on its own and the body has a hard time absorbing it. It really needs a good soluble fat to absorb it. And that's why paleo valley with their turmeric complex, they added coconut oil. I mean, you think about like a curry with turmeric and coconut oil and it's got different warming herbs, black pepper, you know, a popular Indian dish, the curry, that's really what allows it to absorb the best. The fat, the warming herbs, and that's what paleo valley did when they created their turmeric complex. They added coconut oil, they added black pepper. And that combination has been shown to increase the absorption of turmeric by 2000%. On top of that, they also added in Ginger, rosemary and cloves, which are herbs that really support brain function. They support healthy inflammation, immune health, good digestion, and blood sugar stability. So you get all of that in the paleo valley turmeric complex. I'm a huge advocate of this supplement. I take it on a regular basis. And you can take it now

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"paleo" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"paleo" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Function, our ability to have a healthy mood, memory, mindset, and so when we look at what's out there on the supplement market, when it comes to turmeric, most of the supplements are using one isolated compound called curcumin. And curcumin is really, really powerful. However, what most don't really fully understand is that turmeric, whole food based American has nearly 300 other beneficial components other than just curcumin. Now, the issue with turmeric is that it has notoriously low bioavailability on its own. So it's very hard for our body to absorb. It really needs fat, and also warming herbs really help support the absorption. You think about like a curry, for example. This famous Indian dish, they've got a lot of turmeric in there. That's why it's kind of orange colored, but it's usually in a coconut milk base and it has warming herbs like black pepper, Ginger, different things like that in there, cloves, and so paleo valley. This is what they did with their turmeric complex. They put in coconut oil. They put in black pepper, the combination there has been shown to increase the absorption of all the different compounds in the turmeric by 2000%. So they've dramatically increased the absorption level there. And they added in organic Ginger, rosemary and cloves, which are warming herbs that really support digestion, help you fully pull out as much of the nutrient value out of the turmeric as possible. These herbs also are great for supporting healthy inflammation, the immune system, they're great for the brain. And they're also great for blood sugar stability. So they're all in the paleo valley turmeric complex and guys, you can save 15% off this product by going to paleo valley dot com forward slash DR jockers and using the coupon code jockers at checkout. That will save you 15% off your order. If you want to thrive in life, you've got to keep inflammation under control. Paleo valley turmeric complex is really the best supplement out there for helping support a good inflammation process and allowing you to live at your best. So try it out today. So benefits of vitamin D great for immune modulation really helps balance and tame the immune system supports healthy inflammatory processes, improves your immune

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"paleo" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

05:24 min | 4 months ago

"paleo" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Luke ten for an extra 10% off. That's. These guys are so confident that their stuff works, they also stand by their products with a 365 day money back guarantee. So this is a no brainer for your brain. Again, that's utopia dot com slash Luke and the coupon code is Luke ten for an extra 10% off. And then the idea of the things that I'm sharing with you now, the idea of making reality malleable and playing with it and creating the life that you want and all these things that sound kind of like positive thinking. You know, just go out and go out of the world with a smile and everyone will smile back. It's not that. Let's rid ourselves unburden ourselves of all of those things within ourselves that are preventing us from actually experiencing what's already here, which is a perfect world. A perfect world created for our own individual and collective evolution. And give us the opportunity to actually be wise in our decisions about what it is that we can and can not change. God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I can not change, the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference. One of the most beautiful profound and simple prayers, there are things that I can change. There are things that I can change. How do I know the difference? Through grace through the answer to that prayer of being guided through one's heart, one's got one's intuition, where to focus one's energy, when I'm fighting a futile battle with reality, trying to mold the world and the people in my relationships to be how I want them to be or how I perceive them as supposed to be. To continue to go inward, and excavate those things within myself that are blocking me from having the ability to do that. And that's, I think, the. Term that we hear spiritual bypass, some of you may or may not be familiar with that. I mean, it probably has different meanings to different people, but in my life, as paradoxical as it is, the things that have brought me the most joy are really going back and methodically facing and healing those parts of myself that prevent me from being who and what I really am. Dissolving and breaking those patterns, those neural pathways that cause me to keep doing that damn thing over and over again, even though it doesn't work. To making poor decisions, having a relationships that are ultimately deleterious to each party's well-being, right? Those things that are causing me to fail in my life in various ways. And as a result, giving me a really grim perspective on the human experience and our prospects of actually moving forward as a collective as a worldwide society in unison with any degree of harmony and understanding and love and fairness and all those things that I think most.

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"paleo" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

02:04 min | 4 months ago

"paleo" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"Observe the transmutation of someone else's energy field that prior to you interacting with them was coming from a place of contraction, apparently, right? You kind of read their body language, their field, and you're like, okay, they're really uptight. It's a really beautiful game to see, not an effort to control someone, but just to find the malleability of reality and consciousness to actually change one state and observe the change within the person who is seemingly separate from you. To kind of quantum entangle them to go up to the person at the DMV and that is apparently having a really bad day because you've been watching them in the 20 people in front of you in line and they're just like, you know? And they're just walk up and blast them with this ridiculous amount of positivity and love. And just to see if you can break them out of it, not because you want to change them, but because you want to change yourself. You want to become a master of your own experience. You want to make the DMV like your personal Disneyland while Disneyland would be a bad example. Groomers. But some of you got that joke. You want to create this utopian society. What if the utopian society that we seek and that we see the antithesis of in our experience now, what if that is actually just a changing of the lens? What if it's just like a, you know, that name of the guy? I forget what movie it's from, but he's got the sunglasses. Sure, some of you have seen it. He looks at something that looks totally different with his glasses on or off. You know, what if it was just a matter of changing our lens? And changing our perspective and then changing our perspective, the outer manifestation of reality in all of the things that happen to us for us with us on a day to today basis actually starts to change. Believe.

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The Origins of Hebrew With Archaeologist Scott Stripling

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:26 min | 5 months ago

The Origins of Hebrew With Archaeologist Scott Stripling

"Does Hebrew become what we think of today as Hebrew, where did it start? How does that okay, so the silhouette inscription, that is paleo Hebrew, okay? Now, when you get into the late second temple period, sometimes in synagogue settings, for example, even in some of the Dead Sea scrolls, they're still using some paleo Hebrew because it's venerated. It's a holy script. But now they're using a different script by second temple period times. So I'm talking about older than the paleo Hebrew. Where the letters have not yet standardized. And the readings have not yet standardized, just like old English. I have a master's degree in English also in English. I mean, if you tried to compare old English with Modern English, only a few people alive, know how to do that, but you could very clearly see those different English. Most people don't realize that most people think Shakespeare's old English is like, no, no, no, Shakespeare is Modern English. Chaucer, 1300 BC. It's a little English. That's right. And what we call old English beowulf is utterly 100% unreadable to modern English speakers and readers. And so it is fascinating. We still call our old English because our language has evolved. So it's interesting when you're talking about a language like Hebrew and how they, as you're saying here, it's the very dawn of the written language. That's right.

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"paleo" Discussed on Mind Pump

Mind Pump

05:02 min | 8 months ago

"paleo" Discussed on Mind Pump

"So let me one of these gas station meat sticks. So spoiled from paleo valley. The meat sticks, I can not eat any other meat sticking. They had such a home run with that. Way different. But we haven't seen them in convenience. I feel like that should be like a small company. I know. They're small right now, but it's just like, they would murder it. It is so much better than a lot of those other options that you get in their dry, they don't have much flavor in them. It just tried a bunch of different things. It tasted fake and processed. As I was eating it, it's gotta be so difficult like a food and beverage company to get into big stores. I would imagine it's probably most the companies get big money behind them. And I think paleo valley I think is family owned and I think they were bootstrapped. I don't think they took on. I don't think I don't know for sure, but I don't know if they've done any rounds of funding at all. And so they've just naturally grown. And when you don't have all this muscle behind you, it's really tough to get into gas stations, Costco. It is because here's a scary scary, but a crappy scenario. You produce a product, you're trying to grow, target, right? How many stores does target have a thousand in the U.S. or something like that? And they come and they're like, hey, we want your product and all of our stores. And you're left with, you know that you have these warehouses that can only hold this much. You can only produce this much, and you only have the capital to produce a certain amount. You have to say no. Or you have to find a way to make money. That would even happen. So that's part of their when they asked they would ask that. When we have friends, right? The good wipes, they went into target. And they normally will, how many can you handle? Oh, we could probably fill 300 of their stores. And so they'll do like a trial, like, okay, let's see what happens on the shelves. And if you can keep up and then if you can, we'll scale up to the next level or whatever. But I just think it's more like a money thing. If you don't have the capital to produce that much like the direct to consumer now is you're cutting out a lot of all those charges of retail and everything else you have to go. Isn't it wild though that statistic I shared about brick and mortar, I thought that was so fascinating that it's on the comeback like crazy. Yeah, that we just had our largest quarter ever in brick and mortar. We're still kind of recovering from pandemic time too. It's not like everybody is I mean, I bet you there's more people now shopping online than there ever were before because of the pandemic and delivery service..

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"paleo" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

05:15 min | 10 months ago

"paleo" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Paleo valley beef sticks, 100% grass fed, grass finished, many on the market, clean grass fed, but they're actually finished on grains, but not the paleo valley beef sticks. They use beef sourced from small, domestic farms in the U.S., real organic spices to flavor them. Versus the conventional spices that are sprayed with pesticides or natural flavors often made from GMO corn, they don't do that pale valid. And they ferment the sticks. It's crazy. It creases naturally occurring probiotics, which are great for your gut health, and they taste amazing. They don't taste like you'd expect, I don't know, fermented beef stick tastes like anytime you see a ferment something in eyebrow goes up about whether or not it's actually gonna taste good and these things taste mouthwateringly amazing. There are also keto friendly, you know, low carb tons of bioavailable protein. Check them out. 15% off paleo valley dot com slash Ben. That's paleo bally dot com slash Ben. The other one I think that he had mentioned, actually, there were a few. Kiss pepin. That's interesting because I know kiss pepped and plays a pretty strong role in female fertility and infertility and can be downregulated. I see this a lot in like lean active females who do a lot of fasting. Apparently it significantly suppresses their kisspeptin levels and of course women who want to be fertile one of the best things you can do is eat a whole bunch of healthy fats and super nutrient dense and calorie dense foods like western a price type of diet is one that I find myself recommending quite a bit, you know, ghee and butter and full fat fermented dairy and organ meats and all these wonderful compounds. I've worked with a few women who are either trying to have a baby who are pregnant or breastfeeding and I always recommend to them that diet because it seems to work out pretty well. And in addition to that, avoidance of long fast, not doing fast that are longer than like ten, 12 hours for intermittent fast and things like that, which makes sense again based on what you were explaining earlier about how the body has the impression that it's starving or that food is not plentiful, why bring babies into a famine type of situation. But I think the atom had mentioned that a kisspeptin is like an injectable peptide might also be something that could regulate some of these fertility related hormones in males as well. Have you ever looked into into something like kisspeptin as a therapy? Yeah, HCG is an easier way of doing what kisspeptin would do. So kiss popped in and allow better functionality the hypothalamus and the pituitary to bump up the LH. But we can give HTG to do that. And so I don't see a strong rule for kisspeptin in the male infertility population. Okay. All right, got it. So that'd be kind of redundant if you were already using something like HCG, for example. One more site is the body likes to live in equilibrium. And it has its patterns that it likes to see. So one of the things that I see in male infertility treatments is that we try to ramp up LH as high as we can in FSH as high as we can, helping the more LH the better the FSH is the better. That may not be true. We're finding is that whenever we have guys at their physiologic levels of LH that things function better, the body wants to see LH in a cyclical low dose fashion. If you give it a thought of LH signal, that may not be a great thing, if I can actually make the cells that normally responsive to LH less responsive. Okay. So the other one is the estrogen levels in terms of healthy metabolism of estrogen in males. I don't know how much high amount of estrogen in males would be an issue. Obviously, we talked about phytoestrogens in the environment, plastics, you know, household cleaning chemicals, personal care products, et cetera, those would be prudent to avoid as potential endocrine disruptors, but what about things that would traditionally be used to promote healthy metabolism of estrogen or even act as like estrogen receptor antagonists like dino methane or I think it's diagonal methane is one that a lot of people talk about indole three carbonyl, you know, a lot of these things that guys and girls will use for estrogen metabolism. Are you a fan of anything like that? I would recommend that if somebody had a really low level of estradiol and they were having sexual dysfunction from a fertility standpoint, we look at the ratio between the total testosterone and the estradiol. And if you ignore the units on the side of it, it should be a ratio of ten to one. So if somebody is testosterone, for example, 350, then they're estradiol should be no more than 3.5, for example. No, sorry, 35. That is the ratio that we use. And as long as that ratio is kept, then patients were kept in the sweet spot. If their estradiol creeps above 50, then we start talking about estrogen blockers to suppress the production of their estrogen level. Okay, got it. Got it. When it comes to testing for things like that, you know, a lot of times I find myself recommending a urine test versus a blood or saliva test as a really good test for checking out hormone balances.

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Author Paul Gottfried Has Written the Book on Fascism... And Antifascism

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:13 min | 11 months ago

Author Paul Gottfried Has Written the Book on Fascism... And Antifascism

"And Paul Godfrey has written a book titled anti fascism. The course of a crusade, who is Paul gottfried, you wonder, I'll tell you, first of all, he's my guest for this hour. He is the editor of chronicles. Some of you know that journal, he's an American paleo conservative philosopher historian columnist. He's a former Horace raffensperger Professor of humanities at Elizabethtown college in Elizabethtown Pennsylvania, as well as a Guggenheim recipient wow, doctor gottfried welcome to this program. Thank you for having me on. Well, it's a joy to have you on and to talk about your new book anti fascism. You had to be aware that there's something funny about the idea that you've written a book called fascism, the career of a concept followed by anti fascism, the course of a crusade. Tell us about that. Well, you know, I became interested in the subject of fascism before I was confronted by the problem of woke of the woke left, which is what we're dealing with right now. Much of my earlier scholarship, you know, dealt with political movements and movements of the right, as well as movements to the left. And I wrote a biography of Carl Schmidt, a German political theorist who influenced into war fascism. So sort of natural that at some point I wrote a book on fascism as well. And in studying the book on fascism, I was informed by a person who has become sort of my mentor Stanley Payne who's probably the outstanding scholar on the subject of fascism that the best part of the book was my treatment of anti fascism. So I was urged by Stanley and then by Amy ferranto, who was my editor at Cornell University in northern Illinois university presses. They're now merged that I should write a book on anti fascism, which I did. And as I told her, I found it much less interesting to my book on fascism because the people I was dealing with were much less

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"paleo" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"paleo" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Mood memory mindset and so when we look at what's out there on the supplement market when it comes to to merrick. Most of the supplements are using one isolated compound called curcumin. Curcumin is really really powerful. However what most don't really fully understand is that to merit co food based america's nearly three hundred other components other than just curcumin. Now the issue with to merrick is that has notoriously low bioavailability on. Its own so it's very hard for our body to absorb ih really needs fat and also warming herbs really helped support the absorption. You think about like a curry for example. This famous indian dish. They've got a lot of american there. That's why it's kind of orange colored but it's usually in a coconut milk base and it has warming herbs like black pepper ginger. Different things like that in their clothes and so paleo valley. This is what they did with their to merrick complex. They put in coconut oil. They put him black pepper. The combination there has been shown to increase the absorption of all the different compounds in the to merrick by two thousand percent so they've dramatically increased the absorption level there and they added in organic ginger rosemary and clothes which are warming herbs. That really support digestion. Help you fully pull out as much of the nutrient value out of the to america's possible. These herbs also are great for supporting healthy inflammation the immune system. They're great for the brain and they're also great for blood sugar stability..

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"paleo" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"paleo" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"It's concerned we're gonna faint so it keeps us looking for some kind of quick energy which has sugar so the less we do that. In the more balanced meals we sit down and mindfully throughout the day that are nutrient dense not processed foods tricking our body into thinking and firing off different things. That's when we're going to start even out a little bit more and we'll be able to actually think less brain fog less sugar cravings all that stuff so i think that's really supportive is just. Let's get some white fasting in between our meals. Let's get good balanced meals throughout the day. That were mindfully eating. And that's going to support older digestion metabolism. All that good stuff. And that's what's going to help with the sugar ratings for sure. Yeah i noticed for me. If i eat sugar i feel horrible. I mean hor- Ball it affects everything. Yeah it makes your blood sugar and insulin spike and then plummets so the worst thing in my opinion you can do when your sugar. Shopping is actually each like. Are you need protein or file and that will stabilize you. So that's like doctors telling their diabetic patients to go drink juice. I'm like oh. My gosh what i know vow. Let's how do we just keep this vicious cycle going. Yeah it's crazy while this has been amazing. And i do love your book. So why don't you tell everyone the name of your book again where they can find it and where people can find yale. I love it. Yeah and thank you for supporting the book so much. It's just an honor. Because i love your book And so it was so much fun to write this. Just get this out hopefully spreading out even more than my little blog on the interwebs. But yeah so the name of it. Is the paleo gut healing cookbook. I've got seventy five paleo in. Aip recipes in there as well as ten practices to strengthen digestion. I gave you a little sneak peak here. But i've basically just taken everything that i've learned for my personal journey and working with my nutritional therapy clients and put it in here so the lifestyle practices all the easy things that we tend to overlook. And we're really missing out on because we can really tend to over correct with diet. And i wanted to bring other pieces into the puzzle and i've also got a two week gut reset meal planning there so anyone can kind of just follow that and hopefully feel amazing by the end of it and be really sold on eating this. So yeah. that's the book and you can find me at food by mars dot com. You can get all.

"paleo" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"paleo" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"It tends to get to the point where it becomes such a social aspect so i do like to just arm my clients in my audience with tools for that like okay. Here's what you're going to say to the waiter when you go to the restaurant. Here's how you're going to pick a good restaurant again by being organized and just having a running list of like cool i can eat here. I can eat here. It is and really not being scared to speak up for yourself but then also at home all my clients are just like oh my spouse is gonna like give me a whole lecture by try to change our food or my kids will eat anything but these two things finding ways to make an easy meal crap that conserve a whole family and others just little i call them accessories or sides or whatever you wanna call them that you bring into a base meal that crap for everybody and so if it's just like round meat and veggies that you crapped and you can have it over zoodles and they're having over pasta or on a bun. Everyone kinda gets what they need. And you didn't have to make twenty meals you know. You're not a short order. Cook the thing is that he'll is not like i don't see what the problem is for anyone. To be honest. I'm very like. I don't have a lot of sympathy for people who can't follow paleo diet. It's just the way that i am because it's so good. The food tastes really good. Like i don't understand whose husband doesn't want to eat amazing. Stay with sue. Potatoes roasted delicious vegetables with that. You can use of fat you. Can some people use bacon fat which tastes amazing. I mean how can you think that that's not. You know how your taste buds so warmed that they don't like exactly the thing as you know what it is always the pasta and bread and also i think people they'll go. Why i'm i don't do while eating low-carbon i'm like paleo within low..

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"paleo" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"paleo" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"Hey everybody welcome to the health babes podcast today. We have allison marras with us. She has an awesome. New book called the paleo gut health cookbook. So we're gonna talk a lot about that today so welcomes the show. Allison thanks so much for having me. I'm excited to be here. Yeah alison. I have been instagram friends. Here's so it's so nice to have you on so and you guys have to check this book on. We'll get more into the booklets beautiful in it's amazing and she is such a great job at this. So let's talk about. What type of diet do you use. Forgot healing chronic healing. Yeah absolutely so. In general i really to use halio and spoiler alert. That is the main premise of the book. But reason being because it really just helps us get back to eating in a more natural way kicking out the hybrid palatable junk that i think often confuses us it's really focused on nutrient density. And it's just been a great way that i've been able to heal my body with hashimoto's in chronic digestive issues from years ago so it's a really amazing template for me an even working with my clients to get back to eating real food and seeing from there. What really works for your own bio individuality and so as we know and becky such in your everything to a great job talking about this. But the paleo ish diet or template removes gluten dairy grains and lagoons as well as the processed foods and sugars and stuff that so because of that it's removing a lot of the things that are inflammatory to our gut specifically when we're talking about gut health and anything. That's really hard to digest. So that's what. I found to be great as a base template and then the other diet especially for auto immunity when. We're talking about chronic. Illness is the autoimmune protocol. Which is basically like peo- plus and very short term eliminations reintroduction. And it can be really beneficial for some people have been clinical. Trials done for tasha motos. Ibs for symptom reduction. And it's essentially more removals beyond the paleo template late night shades and eggs and nuts and seeds and certain things like that so it can be really beneficial for healing while you're hopefully working with a medicine.

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Shopping for Success on an Anti-Inflammatory Nutrition Plan

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Shopping for Success on an Anti-Inflammatory Nutrition Plan

"I know you love doing shopping tours. So what are some of the big shopping mistakes that you see people making when they're going to restore alex say that begs mistake. People make is believing labels because a lot of labels you see in. The grocery store will say all natural or paleo or you know. I'm sure there's gonna be a lot of kito friendly as you know. Ketogenic diet really gets more and more popular but if you actually look at me ingredient list. There are additives preservatives and sugars. And just a lot of things that you don't want in your body so the biggest thing i would say is don't trust labels and always look at the gradients. There's amish four thousand. Fda pre approved additives in so just all kinds of stuff that they put in food. And you really have to be aware of that. An- another mistake as people thinking that frozen food is not unhealthy option. And i can tell you as a mom of four. If i didn't have a big freezer stocked with organic vegetables and fruits. It would really be hard to take my kids healthy. Because i'm working. I get home late to have. The convenience of frozen vegetables is just amazing. So i always encouraged people. You buy frozen now. I've seen frozen organic rice cauliflower and sir exciting to see that because that could be time consuming Music colander or get Cauliflower ready to rice it amid and all that so already bryce you can just put it in a daesh little bit of water steam in a little bit and it's ready to go so a lot of convenience and this just as healthy berries or another thing frozen. Berries actually prefer version mass needs because it gives it that icy texture so always encourage frozen fruits and vegetables.

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Opportunities for Skillful Weather Prediction

Data Skeptic

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Opportunities for Skillful Weather Prediction

"My name is elizabeth. Barnes i go by libby an associate professor in the department about miss science here at colorado state university. You told me a little bit. Broadly speaking about your interest research wise and things like that. I guess in broad terms. I'm a climate scientists. I've been studying. Climate dynamics that includes climate change but also the earth's climate as it is today as it wasn't in the past and really probably on this podcast but also might broad interest are in the data science side. So how do we use. Data and analysis tools be at statistics mathematics modeling to understand the system and all of the interacting pieces. Could you go into little depth about the data. You're interested in even what's available as most listeners. Do some data science. Maybe they're used to working on the internet where it's as easy as just tracking something but the earth has been leaving us clues for a while. What do you have access to to study specifically the part of atmospheric science i study. I'd like to say we actually really have data coming out our ears. We have so much data. That's not all good data but one of the reasons. I'm so excited about eight science machine. Learning techniques is how can we utilize the data that we have even when some of it. Maybe isn't perfect. For example we have in science in climate science. We have paleo record so ice cores that tell us what the climate looked like hundreds of thousands of years ago today satellites that are constantly there orbiting the earth or sitting still and staring at one place over and over again and they're pouring data in all of the time sometimes it's hard to just get data and process it once we have it than you know so we can do fun stuff just getting it into a processed form is a lot of work. We have climate model data so we have these big climate models that are being run on supercomputers all over the world to try to help us understand the climate system and they are out putting a lot of data in people need to look at it to try to answer and ask interesting questions about the our system and we have people here my department. I don't do this. Atmospheric scientists say with a weather balloon or radar and actually measuring thinking about the weather and the climate state. Right where you are.

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"paleo" Discussed on The Ready State

The Ready State

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"paleo" Discussed on The Ready State

"It's interesting. Even our cyclist levi is was really good. Ski racer a great athlete and then picked up realize you could out suffer. Everyone pizza gone. Is i think he could be half a world champion in multiple sports. He's so talented. And the people i know who know him. All say the same thing that he is the most like athletic person and then we're starting to see it more and more that the cross disciplines is bananas. Do you feel like that's common in lot of the other women in the world cup that they're that talented as athletes. Not just this one thing. I think at this point they have to be to be successful. I think it's gotten so competitive in a really exciting way. You know the last two world cups we had there were. This is the first time. I've raised a world cup with field over one hundred. I think we had one hundred seven women on the start line offset which is so epic and also not that many women fewer than the men's category. So we're kind of like getting to equality of participation. Which i think is really exciting and a point where you can't say. Oh but it's less competitive in the women's. I think austin more we would say that the competition is often way more interesting to watch the women race. Yeah and with regards to you. Know kind of being a well rounded athlete. When i started mountain biking people weren't really doing strength. Training and i came from ski racing and transition about making and started really focusing on that sport and i hired a ski strength coach to be my strength coach and my mountain by coach. Hated it he said it makes you tired or sore like this is detracting from your ability to succeed but i think for me. At that age. I was riding on development team with like as riding mostly with guys and i couldn't keep up with them on the descents and i felt like part of it was my physical strength. It didn't have the upper body strength to manage the bike at high speed. And when i did core on. When i did kind of all these things that i was doing in my gym routine i would get on the bike and feel more confident and comfortable and powerful in like a had more control over the bike. So i like kind of diagnosed heels in instead i'll be doing strength training and moan behold. It's it's really become a focus and for me. It's been a challenge to continue to evolve in always feel like i'm one step ahead of everyone else. Hopefully doing new things or exciting things in my strength training but now you see across everyone at the top of the sport is doing it and doing it very seriously with well trained highly skilled people to help them.

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The Problem With Long Term Restrictive Diets With Steven Wright, Founder of Healthy Gut

Break The Rules

02:09 min | 1 year ago

The Problem With Long Term Restrictive Diets With Steven Wright, Founder of Healthy Gut

"A little bit about this specific kind of issues that people could run into roadblocks with long-term restrictive diets. And i'm very much can relate to that with the spectrum of restrictive diets been on. Yeah so it's so psychological right. It's so hard to say. That diet alone is just physiology base that That what you're eating is just contributed a leaky gut and triggering your immune system intriguing. You're you're you're ibs or whatever it is you're bloating like that is just so simple. Not true. like food is the most one of the most emotional things we do on a regular basis and it's also community like we've break bread with our friends. Our families our loved ones. So i'm going on these diets. Low fat math specific carbohydrate diet autoimmune paleo carnivore like whatever you choose I do think they're really important to hopefully reduce your symptomology like like if you find the right diet. I think. And i'd love to hear your your take on this lauren But if you get that right diet intervention you should know in a week seven days seven days. You should see improvements in your bloating. Your gas your bowel habits your acne your joints. Whatever you're dealing with your brain fog if you don't notice a change in seven days either. That's not the wrong dietary intervention for you or dietary intervention by itself is like i said not not going to cut it by a long shot and so for people to just hold out for a really really long time hoping that. It's just an oh detox. Little bit longer got a detox a little bit longer. I'm seven die off a maybe or maybe you've made an assumption that your digestive tract can do what it says it can do. Or what may be medical textbooks sick. And do like you can actually create stomach acid and enzymes and do motilal and those types of things and now might be faults you might. You might be already so inflamed that you're gonna need support just mechanically get the nutrients out of whatever diet. You're on

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Palms Through Deep Time

In Defense of Plants Podcast

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Palms Through Deep Time

"All right. Dr kelly matsunaga thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. It's an honor to have you here. And i'm really excited to talk to you today. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is. You do all right. Thanks for having on the podcast. My name is as you just said. Kelly matsunaga currently an assistant professor in ecology and evolutionary biology at the university of kansas. And i'm also curator of paleo body in the biodiversity institute which is sort of the collection of natural history museums Here at ku. That's really exciting. Paleo botany to me. Is i have to live vicariously through people like you. Because it's something that was has always interested me but i want a different path with my career. So i'm really excited to pick your brain about this but one of the things that always interests me is how you came to paleo botany in the first place where you a fossil kid a plant kid. Where did the combination of the two really find their way into a fruitful career for you. Yeah so i I would say that. I came to paleo botany through a lot of sort of happy accidents home. I was not a paleo kid. Or a plant kid numb. I got interested in plants when i was in college. I was not a science major. But we all had to take intro. Some kind of intro. Biology works as a general education requirement. And so i took introductory botany in. That's what really got me interested in plants Specifically the the whole evolutionary story of plants that the professor that taught the courses frank shaughnessy at humboldt state university. Who was able to sort of weave through the course of the class.

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"paleo" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"paleo" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"This is jj virgin four-time new york times bestselling author celebrity nutrition expert and fitness hall of famer. I've been on a lifelong quest for answers to the toughest health questions. And now i'm sharing what i found with you. Welcome to ask the health expert. Roberta emailed how can paleo and vegan diets. Both be good for the thyroid. That is an interesting question. I went and got the perfect person to answer this question. I've got my longtime friend. Dr alan christianson aka dr c. With me today. He's a board certified naturopathic enterpreneur and new york times bestselling author and his latest book. The thyroid reset diet really dives deep into dine thyroid. Heading heal your thyroid. So stay with us. We will be right back with the answer. Hey it's jj here. And i just got a makeover. Well actually my products did. But i want to. Have you celebrate with me. So i'm doing makeover contest where you can win over three thousand dollars a products programs programs and time with me to enter. Go to jj burge dot com forward slash contest. There are many stories of people who have gone on hillier diets or autoimmune paleo diets or vegan diets or gluten free diets or gluten free derry few diets and they felt that their third function has gotten better from that now. There's also many who have tried any of those diets and not seen it helpful. What we know from medical research has vowed Those on autoimmune paleo diets if they've not been shown to change levels but they did improve symptoms in some people and we also have multiple studies showing that vegans have much lower rates of thyroid disease. Both hypo and hyperthyroidism. There have been studies on gluten free diets for those with and without seal eac disease and in groups. They don't seem to help their function but nonetheless there are individuals who have said. Yeah that did work for me. However and i've struggled with that. I i believe people. I don't tell that their experiences valid but yet the group said have not shown anything quite like that except for for vegans and then i realized that what i've talked about with iodine. There's a common thread. We now know. That reducing i dine enough can reverse thyroid disease for some people so i put together some databases showing how much iodine is in certain foods. You can find this on. Iodine inventory dot com. There's a free app that you can plug in various foods and see what your take is and i built standard menus using the most popular foods for the standard american diet the autoimmune paleo diet and vegan diets and so plugging in breakfast lunch. Dinner snacks salt. And in the i the amounts and in the item content. I did the mouths of the standard american diet will and there's a range on these things too because ida levels can vary a lot so considering the range and being generous without the standard american diet could easily have five hundred thirty eight or more. Mike grams of iodine on a given day. A safe amount is probably about fifty to two hundred micrograms and arrange that might improve. Function is probably under one hundred micrograms. So i did. The same exercise with the autoimmune paleo diet you know most popular. Aip breakfast Most comedy ip lunch dinner and then typical amounts of iodine in those foods. What i came with was about probably seventy two micrograms for typical days intake so way less than standard american diet. So those that have gone paleo autoimmune paleo the plummeted their aydin intake and that's because some of the biggest outlying sources are egg yolks dairy foods processed grains and certain types of seafood and certain salts in many of these cut out on aip diets so they end up being lower now vegan diets. Same thing i did. The exercise of most popular beacon breakfast lunch dinner average don intakes. The vegan diets probably run around forty to fifty micrograms of iodine per day. And same thing. They've cut out the dairy foods if they're reasonably healthy. They've cut out the process drains. They've cut out the seafood and the egg yolks so a lot of these. Big sources are not there so these diets have probably improved function because they've inadvertently been low in iodine yet. That wasn't their stated goal. And it wasn't done with intention. And so because of that. I think that's why the results have been inconsistent. One could be on a vegan diet and still consume. I di- salt especially see vegetables and get a whole lot. More and on autoimmune paleo diets one could also consume the vegetables by some guidelines or consume high amounts of seafood or consume some highly iodized salt and they could end up getting more than a safe amount. But i think this has relevance for those who have cut out Things on begin or autoimmune paleo or gluten or dairy diets at fist. Why all these things have sometimes but not always helped with thyroid disease. If someone's lucky the end up stumbling onto a lower. I diet by doing so so with the thyroid reset diet. It's all set up to be low in iodine and if someone already is vegan or aip for other reasons. That's totally cool. You don't have to change. There's some small things they can take into account to make sure they are the are consistently staying at a good idea target but they don't have to give up the habits they've already gone with and if someone else's just on a healthy diet and they don't want to be stretchered and they need to be. It's want to focus on their thyroid. It's actually pretty easy. Because there's no massive food groups to cut out you know. All the food groups have some parallels substitutions that are pretty easy to make but the exciting thing is that we know have strong evidence. That diet can improve thyroid disease. This is j. j. with ask the health expert. I do this five times a week. So make sure you never miss a show by going to subscribe to. Jj dot com..

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Lose Fat & Reverse Aging by Eating Two Meals a Day With Mark Sisson

The Ultimate Health Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Lose Fat & Reverse Aging by Eating Two Meals a Day With Mark Sisson

"Coming at this. After several decades of research into how we can optimize our health through diet and exercise and all these other methodologies and things that we do in our lives to improve our hells add to lose weight and have more energy and one of the moments had. Was this notion that we have the we way too. Much food that there's just way too much Consumption and we sort of assume that three meals a day snag. Plus an evening thing you know is the way that our bodies are set up to receive energy and the fact is we don't need eat as much food as we think we do and for the most part most of us eat far too much food far more than we require to thr- is so you know by iterations went from the paleo diet which was basically based on eating real food To cheeto diet which was basically a centered around achieving metabolic flexibility. Through using ketogenic means in improving our fat burning capability and reducing our dependence on carbohydrates. And then it got to this point like wait a minute so much of of what happens to the body. That's good happens when we're not eating. So why is it that every time we eat bodies repetitive. Restored methodism shutdown. Maybe we're better off eating less frequently and compressing that eating window. We call it. Intermittent fasting these days but compressing that eating and i do so well quite often on one meal a day. I thought wow a bit much to ask for most people so color and a half the day right One and a half the day. And then my editors and My co author. Brad turns it. We'd better you better start with two and that'll be the time book two meals a day and then sort of inside the book. We'll give you that. One added secret that maybe a meal and a half a day as the ideal consumption patterns. So that's kinda how

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Leaky Gut, Endotoxemia, Inflammation and Microbiome Reconditioning

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Leaky Gut, Endotoxemia, Inflammation and Microbiome Reconditioning

"Did you know that as you age. Your natural production of collagen declines this results. In fine lines and wrinkles joint pain dark circles under your eyes and more you see. Collagen is like the glue that holds your body together and luckily there's an easy way to feed your body additional collagen. It's bone broth. Studies show consuming bone. Broth protein can boost metabolism support. Gut health and digestion reduced. Cellular formation can help grow healthy skin and nails joints and more. But if you've ever made prome broth you know it's time consuming and who really has time to simmer bones for forty eight hours. That's why i like to use bone broth protein powder simply mix scoop with hot water. Add to a smoothie or even a baked dish and reap all the benefits of college enrich protein in just thirty seconds a day while most companies use the hides or the skin of the animal which are less nutrient dense than the bones. I always prefer using bones. And that's why. I love paleo valley bom broth protein because they use one hundred percent grass fed beef bones from cows that are never fed. Gmo grains or any grains for that matter even test for over forty pesticides to ensure this is the purest poem broth protein on the market. These bones are slow simmered to extract as much collagen protein as possible. They don't use. Any chemicals are solvents just good old fashioned bone broth that's then gently powdered. Now when we think about bone broth again we think about the protein collagen and there several key amino acids in there including glycemic pro lean hydroxy pro lean and those help to to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and help reduce cellulite. They're also critical for anti-aging as they help regenerate bones and help muscle and support heart. Health

Dr. Scott Harrington on Why a No Oil, Low Fat Diet Is Optimal

No Meat Athlete Radio

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Scott Harrington on Why a No Oil, Low Fat Diet Is Optimal

"You're in the know oil. Low fat camp i presume alba's understand that and why you arrived that a bad Conclusion yes yes. Okay well this is you know. You have the paleo kito folks who are not that scared of fat and you know and then on the other side you know you have this like whole foods loaf No oil low fat folks. So there's problems with fat namely saturated fat and we know. Trans fats are carcinogenic. And in bad and they're coming out of the diet but saturated fat is another problem that increases your cholesterol by decreasing. Ldl receptors in the liver. So you don't get as much elliot pulled out. So we know we know saturated fats bad but what about oil so oil. Is the coca cola hidden sugar in coca cola of the fat world. Okay so what. I mean by that. Is it's hidden calories and so when you go to the restaurant and you order fajitas for instance you say if he as healthy i'm just gonna order veggie fajitas and it's going to be on a flower and i'm gonna eat it and it's going to be super healthy but you get it and it's dripping oil. Which is i forget. Maybe it's like one hundred and twenty cows per teaspoon tablespoon of oil. And so you're just going to get extra calories now all of oil and vegetable oils When you compare them against animal. Fats are studies. Show that they're they're healthier. They're healthier for you like when it's a head to head comparison you have your lipid profiles in your body are better when when you're when you're eating oil as compared to an animal fat yet but but there again once again so you're gonna usually when people are switching to a plant may side. They're trying to lose weight and get down back to their eighteen year weight and when you hit a plateau you gotta first thing yet check. Is that oil.

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Ten years after Fukushima, Japan remembers 'man-made' nuclear disaster

The World

06:52 min | 1 year ago

Ten years after Fukushima, Japan remembers 'man-made' nuclear disaster

"Japan then caused a nuclear power plant in Fukushima to go into meltdown. It was a traumatizing event, one that left the Japanese public and the world wanting guarantees that a nuclear disaster like that would never happen again. But can Japan make that promise? Some of Japan's most prominent earthquake, experts say. Not really the world's Patrick win has more. Okumura. Koji is a paleo seismologist. That means he studies earthquakes, old earthquakes that may have shaken the earth. When wooly mammoths were still around. It's like archaeology off course Quake. Archaeology of earthquakes. Sounds really nish on Lee. It's not. It's actually a matter of life and death because if they fault erupted even 10,000 years ago, that's a sign that it might erupt again in our lifetime, and you really shouldn't build a nuclear reactor anywhere near it. Because this could happen. In 2011 tsunami created by an undersea earthquake that squeaking noise, those air buildings crumbling in a torrent of water. And at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Waves pounded the power plant, causing a meltdown. It happened on March 11 and Japanese people still call it 3 11 shorthand for catastrophe now, Okumura. He is one of the top earthquake experts in Japan. And before 3 11. He was on a government safety panel as a caveat. He wants to say this. Nobody knew and nobody could have predicted kid. What he means is no one could have predicted this earthquake at this specific time. But Okumura and a few others were warning the nuclear industry that some of their reactors were sitting on potentially shaky ground. In those days, nuclear companies were almost regulating themselves. But after 3 11, Japan started over what they knew nuclear watchdog agency one with an unofficial motto, the new nuclear regulatory regime in Japan must be the world's strictest, which tracks with an acknowledgement that seismic risk in Japan is among the world's worst. Drew Richard is an author whose new book, Every Human Intention follows Scientists struggling to figure out how to prevent another Fukushima because that's what people want to hear. Alice that this will never happen again. Okamura, the seismologist says. That's almost an impossible request. We cannot tell when underwear a big Oscar eco cars, he can tell you this, like it or not. No nuclear problem. These profit pretty save Every nuclear power plant, he says, comes with risk, especially in Japan. Here's the deal. Japan just doesn't have much oil or gas. So starting in the 19 sixties, with lots of American help, it went heavy on nuclear to power, one of the world's biggest economies. And they did this. Knowing Japan as a lot of earthquakes again. Here's Drew Richard nearly all of Japan in nearly all the sites where nuclear reactors are built, our seismically hazardous. It's a nation that faces a level of seismic risk that's almost uniformly comparable to Seismically active areas of California on Lee, California has one nuclear plant. Japan was running 50 Woz after 3 11 that nuclear watchdog shut down all of them. It has since allowed only five to reopen. Watchdog is so strict that even experts who were advising the government before the disaster are effectively not allowed to join. That includes scientists like Okumura, Koji. And others who were warning the government, Okumura says. They just scrap the whole system for them, or the system was useless and I'm used to, and I'm useless to, he says. Other Japanese seismologists, who could join the watchdog agency won't because well, scientists don't want the spotlight the immense political pressure Okumura says. Right now, the agency actually does not have a solid team of earthquake specialist say Don't Tall, you know, professional scientists. Yes, it's a big laws. Drew Richard says. Most earthquake experts agree seismic safety is a real blind spot in a real weak spot for the current regulatory agency. And that's glaring because the Fukushima disaster was a seismic event. That's bad, Richard says. The current top seismic safety regulator isn't really an earthquake expert. He's more of a geologist, so it's a little bit like asking an influential kidney doctor to operate on your heart. Richard says most officials mean well, yet they face a traumatized public. Still looking to scientist for peace of mind the expertise of these earthquakes, scientists has been applied to Ah, fundamentally impossible question that question. Are any of those dozens of reactor sites absolutely safe from earthquakes. And as it turns out on the basis of the limits of human knowledge At this time, the answer is maybe we don't know. At this point half of all Japanese people just don't want nuclear power at all. Nuclear companies are pushing to reopen their reactors, but keep getting denied. Try again, Regulators say, Make it safer. Meanwhile, with most nuclear plants closed, Japan has had to import way more coal, dirty polluting coal warming the whole planet and people aren't happy with that, either. Just listen to these protesters. Follows at US. I'll call, you know, Call Japan. They're chanting, Okamoto says. There are no easy solutions here. He knows the public. Just want scientist to tell them their energy source is safe. What science can never be published again. It's the nature or not. You're Hauser. I admit he also admits that actually, he wants more nuclear plants to open up. That's coming from the scientist who foresaw Lay Fukushima like nuclear nightmare. Look, some of Japan's plans should clearly never open again, He says. They're just too close to fault lines. For others. The odds of another earthquake seem low enough that Japan should take the risk. He says. The country needs power. Yes, I'm afraid people against nuclear power may be hungry after me. Just try not to be too angry at me, Okumura says. He's just a guy who wanted to study prehistoric earthquakes, never imagining that pursuit could affect the fate of his country. And the entire planet. For the world. I'm Patrick Quinn.

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Researchers recover 1-million-year-old mammoth DNA

All Things Considered

02:32 min | 1 year ago

Researchers recover 1-million-year-old mammoth DNA

"You would think after being extinct for thousands of years, mammoths would have no more surprises. Well, the world's oldest DNA's samples say otherwise, to mammoth molars pulled from the permafrost in north eastern Siberia contained didna dating back to more than a million years ago. It's a big leap backwards in time that that's which was Luca Dillon is at the center for Paleo Genetics in Stockholm. And he says this mammoth DNI is twice as old as the previous record holder, which came from an ancient horse Now sequencing million year old knee like this was impossible. Just a few years ago samples that old were just too small to work with. Now researchers can see incredibly small samples, but it's challenging to put them together. Tom Vander Vault also works with the center for Paleo Genetics. Imagine if you're Edna is fragment that into literally millions of tiny pieces. It is a painstaking puzzle. Well, it's not only one parcel, it's actually multiple. Purcell's so imagine. You know, you have one parcel for the malice genome. But then you have another passage for the whole bacterial content of the examples. You have another possible for the human Dina for the paleontologists and us in the lab. Once they had finished sorting out the mammoth bits. The DNI gave the scientists a unique window into mammoth evolution. Delenn says the standard view holds there was only one mammoth species in Siberia a couple million years ago. What we find now is that actually we found two different lineages. We can't really say they're different species, but they're clearly two different genetic types of malice so that that came as a complete surprise to us. The ancient DNI. A also gives clues the origins of the Columbian mammoth, which lived in North and Central America. Here's Tom Vander Volk again Good kind of show that this Colombian moment is a hybrid species between two off the genetic lineages. So one is the new general image that we found in this paper. And the other is the willing mama genetic limits, So to say their work appears today in the journal Nature. Alfred Rocca of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne wasn't involved in the work, but wrote on accompanying editorial. It's an absolutely amazing discovery. It takes back field of ancient DNAs to Twice is far in geological time as before, and that genetic puzzling unlocks the possibility. He says that we may soon find more evolutionary play by plays hiding in super

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In a mammoth's molar, scientists get a glimpse of evolution in action

All Things Considered

02:32 min | 1 year ago

In a mammoth's molar, scientists get a glimpse of evolution in action

"Would have no more surprises. Well, the world's oldest DNA's samples say otherwise, to mammoth molars pulled from the permafrost in north eastern Siberia contained didna dating back to more than a million years ago. It's a big leap backwards in time that that's which was Luca Dillon is at the center for Paleo Genetics in Stockholm. And he says this mammoth DNI is twice as old as the previous record holder, which came from an ancient horse now sequencing million year old knee like this was impossible just a few years ago samples that old were just too small to work with. Now, researchers can see incredibly small samples, but it's challenging to put them together. Tom Vander Vault also works with the center for Paleo Genetics. Imagine if you're Edna is fragment that into literally millions of tiny pieces. It is a painstaking puzzle. It's not only one parcel, it's actually multiple parcels. So imagine you know you have one parcel for the malice genome. But then you have another parcel for the whole bacterial content of the examples. You have another possible for the human Dina for the paleontologists and us in the lab. Once they had finished sorting out the mammoth bits. The DNI gave the scientists a unique window into mammoth evolution. Delenn says the standard view holds there was only one mammoth species in Siberia a couple million years ago. What we find now is that actually we found two different lineages. We can't really say there are different species, but they're clearly two different genetic types of malice so that that came as a complete surprise to us. The ancient DNI. A also gives clues the origins of the Columbian mammoth, which lived in North and Central America. Here's Tom Vander Volk again Good kind of show that this Columbia moment is a hybrid species between two off the genetic lineages. So one is the new general image that we found in this paper. And the other is the Willie Mama genetic limit, So to say their work appears today in the journal Nature. Alfred Rocca of the University of Illinois at Havana. Champagne wasn't involved in the work, but wrote on accompanying editorial. It's an absolutely amazing discovery. It takes back the field of ancient DNA's a Twice a Zafar in geological time as before, and that genetic puzzling unlocks the possibility. He says that we may soon find more evolutionary play by plays hiding in super Old DKNY.

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Meet Your New Favorite Holiday: Florida Craft Beer Day

The Zest

06:03 min | 1 year ago

Meet Your New Favorite Holiday: Florida Craft Beer Day

"If you could invent a holiday to celebrate your favorite food or drink what would it be for dining gallagher. It's florida craft. Beer day in twenty fifteen. The clearwater resident convinced fellow craft lover and then tampa mayor. Bob buckhorn to declare february fifteenth. More craft. Beer day in tampa. I recently spoke to donny. About what makes florida's craft beer scene unique and why he says craft beer is here to stay. Why are you so passionate about craft beer. A lot of people drink beer. But you live it. Thank you for saying that. That's true and it's actually been a part of my life since two thousand seven so i actually had about five years of formal training. We'll just call it our good friend. Bud and bud is one of the biggest bill factors in the world. I mean this was a much different beer scene back than in two thousand seven. But ever since then i was inspired because i found that When i was with our friend bud my role was basically teaching people how to pair beer and food and what i found was that people were fascinated by. They take the knowledge that that we shared and they would they would go to their local And impress their friends. They would sit down and tell their wife whose probably not interested at all or could have been back then before grant. There was a things who really knows. But it's just been great in people interested in learning that stuff and so of the podcast mission was to to set up in in his league with that flip four because people related enjoy learning and so we can inspire that learning to keep going by going out of your bubble going down the street finding. What's new if you're at a restaurant you love. Try the new seasonal thing. I love talking to me bone so it's really just been a part of life for a long time no so you actually worked for budweiser. We're not just talking about drinking in your dorm room yet. Nope nickname society was actually bush before they were in bed so during that transition or the team helped layup marking planning strategy how that went on learning from big beer was critical was huge because you learn from big beer. I mean obviously became big beer for as craft. Beer continued to grow in the country. Locally around me i just saw all these little pop up and i said hey. People still love to talk about beer. I learned lot from the brewing process outta market beer. Talk about beer. How to enjoy the how to get non beer drinkers into beer. It's surprising legion. Really do with beer food and and that stuff stayed with me forever. What is craft beer. I think a lot of people who drink the bigger brands might look at it as a hipster thing. Why should we care about craft beer. Craft beer is more than just something you drink and you can look at this now as you drive down the street. There's mom and errs in embar. Owners that are brewpubs sir. Tap room's or what have you. There's families that are in brewing. There is a local economies. there's billions of dollars nationally. Hundreds of millions of dollars for just the state of florida alone. Hundred thousand jobs for floridians and nationwide. You know that number continues to grow even though we're kind of weird time but it's a community really more than than just a delicious beverage. That will you know just feeling good. Is there a difference in the taste. If you put two glasses of beer in front of me and one was a craft beer and one was a big name beer. What would i notice. What's the difference. The big name beer brews. I don't want to say generic but they really type of beer that everybody will drink right. Statistically if you're gonna put a product out on a mass scale you want it to be uniformly accepted and that's fantastic the beauty of craft beer and the thing that you can't get from a big beer you can get grasp beer are things like subtle nuances flavors of flavor diversity. A different things that that big beer just can't either monetize or they just don't want to little beer. Make say little beer craft beer making much smaller scale can experiment they can push the boundaries of what this stuff can do. They can really get get you again out of your shell on your comfort zone. You may never had a black pepper strawberry basil longer. But let me tell you. It's one of my favorite beers of ever tried things like that. You'd never get from big the. Yeah i want one now. The words black pepper strawberry basil. I'm like i will be better salad. I will drink it in a glass. It's fantastic oh that's amazing. Do you brew your own beer. I do. I've been doing now for over four and a half years ago pretty much again when we started all this stuff. I was like you know what i talk about it enough. I might as well Talk the talk and walk the walk. So i started brewing. The actually that rest of the ideas reference. It was a paleo my recipe not logger. But that's my favorite beer that i've of recruit black dampers strawberry basil three amazing flavors. That really bring out some spicy halio. set go well with just as easy to really good stuff out. That's a good tip. So i'm sure a lot of people would like to get into brewing their own beer especially as we're all home more these days. It could be a fun hobby to start in the new year. What advice do you have for beginners short. So the the internet is your friend of course part of that community that i keep referencing about craft. Beer is that not only the burs and the people that do it professionally but the hobbyists and those who do it for fun or just do to experiment are also very interested in sharing knowledge and in being helpful for the industry which munity When i say community. I'm not lying like you can go on facebook and find about one hundred groups within twenty miles of your house that you can tap into for knowledge and sourcing in recipes or how to's or or getting recommendations things like that it truly is a community but the hardest part about home bruin is simply starting. The equipment is cheap enough. The knowledge is out there that time that takes is like you said rawle home now. It's it's might be a couple of our process but from start to finish you. Can you can have it all done in. Learn and have. This is great experience. So it's it's really more simple than than you'd think it is. It's as simple as making a pot of pasta really.

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"paleo" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"paleo" Discussed on 710 WOR

"President Biden met with a group of Republican senators to discuss the stimulus plan. There was no deal reached Republicans offering just 600 billion. The Democrats want to go big get 1.9 trillion All right. Finally, gentlemen, What's your favorite Super Bowl snack? Google has a ranked the most popular snacks, nachos. Not shows start Chou Nacho man No. Nowhere Nowhere on the list. Not in the top one unless you consider seven layer dip nachos. Would you consider that seven layer did not chose it. Is it definitely About Iranian beluga Iranian beluga caviar. Yeah, that's there. I'm sure Average man. Average. Yes, you on this one. Give me another one. Lend pizza That is number one survey says pizza examining Ding ding truffles, truffles. Black truffles from from this This is this is yours. Paleo salmon cakes. Really now who the heck has those at a Super Bowl party? But believe it or not, according to Google, their number six on the left There you go. Pizzas number one chicken wings, then Chile pulled brisket cupcakes. Salmon cakes. Seven day lip seven layer dip pepperoni rolls, sweet potato skins and spinach. Artichoke Dip number, 10. Now we get you the numbers from Wall Street. That was great show. Really? That was really that was really unexpected, too. I mean those. Yeah, that came out of nowhere. That was a great story. Yeah,.

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Cauliflower Rice Makes Its Mexican Fast-Casual Debut

Business Wars Daily

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Cauliflower Rice Makes Its Mexican Fast-Casual Debut

"A question for you what's a burrito bowl without rice. Well one fast casual chain wants you to find out this month chipotle. They rolled out a new item at all of their. Us and canadian locations salon tra- lime cauliflower rice it's essentially shredded cauliflower with a little salt and lime juice it looks a bit like rice and the chain is hoping you think it tastes like rice two or something like rice anyway. It's january and that means one thing for the fast casual record industry. A focus on healthy eating right if you've made a new year's resolution eat fewer carbs to go vegan to start the paleo diet. Well this is the month where you see if you can actually stick with it. Japodlay says customers wanted healthier options that align with quote the latest health trends those trends less starch more plants. Sorry rice you've been eighty-six on tripoli's menu are four new bowls made with their cauliflower rice. One is certified ho thirty compliant and another is totally vegan. But if you want cauliflower rice in your regular burrito bowl it'll cost you and up charge of two dollars about as much as dollop guac cipolla just the latest chain to hop on the cruciferous geoghegan. Rival cuba rolled out cauliflower mash last month. It's roasted mashed and mixed with sour cream and pico de guy. Oh definitely not rice like in any way. But yoga says their mash is more innovative than regular cauliflower rice. Ouch take that chipotle innovative. That seems to be the word of the month for fast casual chains mexican chicken chain el pollo loco said recently they would be adding a quote culinary innovation to their menu as well Any guesses yup. It's cilantro lime cauliflower rice in their announcement last month. The chain took a more direct approach in explaining why they're offering healthier options. They say the pandemic has made too many of us replace the gym for the couch with undesirable consequences. Okay that one's things a little bit so is cauliflower rice in it for the long haul that remains to be seen. The forecast certainly looks bright. At least on twitter one user said she was pleasantly surprised by coil locos option and other said shapur as was good but the two dollar up charge makes it a one time thing so perhaps the fate of cauliflower rice comes down to how much green customers are willing to spend to go greet

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Reconstructing a Cretaceous Flora

In Defense of Plants Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Reconstructing a Cretaceous Flora

"But you know they. Scientific metal is the same as a paleo balkans. What are the questions we want answered. My number one thing about being available botanist is fuel work. The most fascinating part. Now i could tell you stories all day collecting also but that is what is so exciting is beginning to feel and all these things and splitting that you know that to me is what is ultimately when i split iraq is the first human to see these lead for the first time you know by breathe again or like you know that that to me is is might not be one thing but then of course the research questions and the papers golden Outreach and mentoring students come with so i was really cumulated in all. It took me years to learn about kony for city although seat plants but the question is why do we have this diversity today. What happened to all these groups of plans that when stink Why did they stink. And ultimately how can use fossils ones that have been working from goalie. I grew relationship between seed plants. So that's one of the major questions that we're trying to answer these projects and once again. It's a lucky to be at a place where no one has ever been before. And now when i was invited to be part of this project computer collected several samples and some fossils that are so strange that years literally to figure it out wear and we were like know what it is. A spot of the party is also challenging. You know when you find something new when we still have many fossils from golden Grits specimens

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Shifting your food philosophy and Cultivating a more positive relationship with food for kids, with Michelle Smith

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

05:49 min | 1 year ago

Shifting your food philosophy and Cultivating a more positive relationship with food for kids, with Michelle Smith

"Since you have not been on the podcast in like literally two and a half years. It would probably be a good idea for you to reintroduce yourself perfect. I am michelle of the whole. Smith's i started my career out Kind of on a whim. Because i was exploring how our family eats and trying to figure out what is the best healthiest way for us to eat as a family at i soon after started sharing that journey on my blog the whole smith's and subsequently now have in two cookbooks with healthy family friendly recipes that are really easy to make and have recently launched my own podcast get wealthy that talks about other aspects of wellness that we aren't really talking about as much as food and diet or sorry. Diet and exercise i think diet and exercise get all the glory but there's so many other components so that's me love that. Hey this is me in a thirty second blurbs which is so funny because like normally whenever we talk or like whenever i interview somebody like how much time do you have like. Go for. Forty five minutes talking about myself. I'm like well. This is your interview on the podcast. You conduct about whatever you like you. Whereas i'm like this is super awkward. Let me like condensed time. Line started a blog. Some cookbooks now podcast. Let's go exactly. We'll say okay. Let's start here so the million dollar question. How has twenty twenty seven for you. Twenty twenty has been absolutely twenty twenty Here's the thing i will say this year. I have taken so many lessons away like just from you know. One of my biggest things is that it's the year. I really realized that the deepest gratitude and angst frustration annoyance high levels of annoyance more annoyance. All of this stuff is not mutually exclusive. So i think before i kind of had these things compartmentalized my head of like. Oh i'm so grateful everything. Life is amazing and then like everything sucks but like you can kind of experience. Both in i think twenty twenty has really proved that because we have been very fortunate and blessed with so many things. I'm able to work from home anyway stuff like that. But then you know we're not immune to the woes of this year and what has risen to the surface this year. Yep definitely ditto to all of the things One of my favorite things that you have talked about this year is something you post on your instagram. You go thanks to twenty twenty. I now know exactly who do and do not want in miami apocalypse. It's so drew. I'm like people. I thought were potentially competent humans. And i'm like oh no. This is a much tighter circle than i thought it would be. Yeah so who is in your zombie apocalypse. All my gosh my family is although after how long has it been nine months of being locked them. They might. They might get pushed by. Kids might get pushed out some point. God bless him let's see. Oh kristen beamer. I don't know if you're familiar with her. He is another foodi advocate Struggle with crohn's all about like. She's tough as nails like she can go like she is. She is in my crew. She's locked in. She might be the founding member of these ambi- pashcal so it's a very small crew family and a couple friends. I mean really. that's all you need. That has it has to be enough to fit in your social pod. Anyways so totally. And we all have different specialties. It's perfect what about you. It's like a heist crew. You need a specialist in everything totally. My only thing is like cooking so if it ever gets to like. I can make some twigs and berries. Turn it into something. Oh my gosh. I mean for me while i so i live with my dog and she definitely would be part of the crew because she is small but she scares the crap out of anybody who can like only hear her so i feel like we could definitely hole up and maybe it would scare some of the zombies away and like a couple of my close friends. That have like the different specialties. I have a friend who's at. She would definitely be in there like. I have friends who are super strong. They would definitely be in there like bring all the equipment everything and also the laughs so really for sure. That's a good crew yet. Definitely so okay. Let's talk about food because that's kind of why we're here anyway So you mention in your brief intro like you came into this career in this world because you want to figure out how was going to be the most sustainable way to eat with your family and make it healthy and make it taste good and everything like that. So how has your food. Philosophy shifted over the years. Yeah so early on. I feel like it's super confusing. And i always say this especially like as a new mom like there's so much narrative it makes you afraid of everything like don't sleep with a blanket sleeper the willingness this way so i'll outweigh eat. This don't eat this so you know kind of set early mom alarm off in my head like oh my god ripois inning ourselves. So initially i landed kind of in this paleo world because not because it's you know exactly what our ancestors ate but because it seemed like what our bodies have taken so long to evolve to be able to process and function with like scientifically speaking. It

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"paleo" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"paleo" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Everyone you're listening to one life. Radio we are live from dallas texas iheartmedia as well as in southern california. Dave asprey is our guest. Today is the founder and chairman of bulletproof three sixty high-performance copy and food company and the creator of the widely popular. Bulletproof coffee he is a three times new york bestselling author and host of the webby award winning. Podcast bulletproof radio. He's been featured on the today. Show fox news nightline cnn and dozens more and over the past two decades. Dave the father of biohacking has worked with world renowned doctors researchers scientists and global mavericks to uncover the latest most innovative methods techniques and products for enhancing mental and physical performance. You can find dave at dave at asprey dot com or bulletproof dot com or on instagram. At dave dot asprey. Today we're talking about his incredible new book that gets released on january nineteenth fast this way. Okay so dave. We've only got a couple of minutes. Unfortunately that clock always goes too fast. When you've got an incredible. Gaston but what. What does fasting from food. Do for us physically. It is remarkable what it does when you decide to fast even for just sixteen hours which sounds like a big deal except what that means. Is you skip breakfast and have a late lunch. It's not the end of the world. But when you do that or longer fast it tells your body any cells or even parts of yourselves. The mitochondria any of them. That can't hang for that period of time without food. They must be weak and therefore the body will replace the week parts with stronger parts with younger parts. It's basically like weightlifting for your metabolism. What a great explanation. that's You explained it perfectly you did. And that sounds so empowering like who doesn't want to do that right empowering except. I didn't want to do that because i knew that. Come around. Eleven o'clock eleven thirty. I was start acting like a jerk because my blood sugar would go low. And i want to punch people not that. I'm kind of guy but hey anyone who's been angrier or in my case hypoc lie bitchy We we know that viewing well. I just learned that if you do this occasionally and you start slowly and you use the hack that elated and not feel that hunger you can be kind and nice and level headed person even while you do it and that's the hack Well so why is the approach to fasting different for women. It turns out that women have different hormones and men. I know that sometimes isn't politically correct to say. But hey it's totally true. When women do fasting too much even just intermittent fasting every morning for a lot of women after about six for the first month. You're gonna feel amazing but after about six weeks. You start noticing. Hey i sleep isn't as good. I keep waking at three in the morning. Four in the morning and my hormones aren't working the way they should and you wonder what's going on because you know fasting makes you feel so good what's happening is it's just like training you over train or you can over fast so being kind to yourself and fasting every other day or intermittent fasting every other day it works really well for a lot of women and few women can do it every single morning especially exercise a lot. I'm so glad. I asked that question because i've experienced that and i couldn't understand why some nights i would sleep so well and then some days not and But i typically intermittent fast. Every single day i try to do at least twelve hours and typically sixteen hours. So that's really good to know. So let me ask you this. We only have just about one or two minutes before the music's gonna play. Are you still on track to live to one hundred and eighty on track to live to at least one hundred eighty. That's not the ceiling. That's just the goal and all of us have that potential right now because of all these new technologies coming down and because now we know why aging happens. What a great. What a great time having you on the show today. Such an honor to speak with you personally. I hope you'll come back sometime. It's really been great. And you'll be at the paleo f x you're part of it Virtual twenty twenty. And we'll be looking forward to that as well. Thank you so much for jumping on the air with us today. Thank you all right. Dave s free. Everyone check him out on instagram. At dave dot free and his websites. Dave asprey dot com and bro bulletproof dot com and of course his new book fastest way released eight t january nineteen twenty twenty one. It's fantastic. i guarantee. I just got my my big thumbs up of approval. Everyone thank you so much for listening today. And you know what You get one body you get one mind and you get one live so get out there today and make the most of it..

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Nana Joes Granola

Voices of the Community

05:57 min | 2 years ago

Nana Joes Granola

"This episode is part of our series exploring covid nineteen impact on nonprofits and small businesses in san francisco. We started the series back in april of twenty twenty during the height of the first phase of the covid nineteen pandemic and the shelter in place requirements over these past nine months the covid nineteen pandemic an economic meltdown has wiped out millions of jobs in both the nonprofit in small business sectors as well shuddered tens of thousands of small business operations the goal of the series to shine the spotlight on the nonprofits small businesses and their staff who are struggling to deal with the impact of the covid nineteen pandemic on their operations services and sustainability the series of interviews we conducted features voices from a cross section of organizations that make up the fabric of our community each of them brings a unique perspective on how they and we are dealing with the issues facing our community during the global pandemic an economic depression. Yes it's a pandemic and yes. We have to stay safe but we have to learn how to help each other. We have to learn how to support each other's businesses. We have to learn how to sweat each other's families and we have to learn again how to grow. Small businesses can. Because i think right now the government's focusing on the bottom down and the bottom down out small businesses where we should be focusing on the bottom up because that's where the economic recovery is gonna come from in this episode are featured voice. Is michelle pusa terry from nanna. Joe's granola nanna. Joe's coonoor is a wonderful example of a local manufacturing startup that has been incubated through. Sf made his owner brings her passion for both healthy natural foods. Importing the community before profits. Which is why at nanotubes. Granola every employee is making above minimum wage. I joined remotely via sim by michelle. Who atari from manages granola. Thanks for being here. Michelle and i think people would love to know why you started editorials granola and can you tell us a little bit about sophie. Gold award is so i started non-judgmental it back in two thousand and ten with the hopes of bringing back whole food ingredients into package food world on the grocery store shelves. I noticed that a lot bulls granola on. The shelves had a ton of sugar. Some additives preservatives. And really it started with me surfing and wanting to really go out and has a lot of energy and i'm hypoglycemic and i'm really sensitive to sugar so i thought you know what i'm gonna just create. I'm a trained pastry chef. And i didn't know. I didn't make it myself to begin with but i started making my own. Granola in as everybody's stories goes friends family loved it. They found that they were having energy. A lot of people told me that they didn't have to eat lunch. And that was mainly. What i was going for was using whole food ingredients and not having any additives or preservatives or a ton of cane sugar. And we don't use any sugars. We just one sophie award. It's our third sophie awards. We went to this year. We won the gold for one of our paleo orange which is my personal favorite and then we won the bronze for paleo so we did a collaboration with hugh chocolate based out of new york and it's delicious and then we also have a silver one from two thousand eighteen. So that's kind of why. I started on just granola and why i firmly believe that if you build a business inside the community like the dog patch doc in two thousand twelve. It was much different. If you build a community that way. I really feel like you have to support them. And that's where community before profit came in light to. Can you talk a little bit more about into the other. Big question is how has been impacted your operation in. He the staff of people that you have to help make the magic of jobs so before profit started that i can think it was two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen. It's a website. I'm been working on it but just haven't had a lot of time. But i was noticing that a lot of people were feeling isolated in lost in the service industry. I grew up in the service industry. Since i was fifteen. I was front of the house for a very long time moved from you. Know being a barista back in nineteen eighty seven. Which wasn't cool to being. You know a waitress and then a bartender and just that party life you know. And i made a decision when i moved to san francisco to get sober and two thousand fifteen. Two thousand sixteen there was about four or five people who committed suicide during that time. And i think my mentality on my business on to treat people on how to look at people and how to really support other people in this industry. It's hard it's isolating. There's so many places to hide when you're in the service industry you hide behind a smile behind the bar. Nobody knows what's happening. And i think community before profit has kind of morphed into coming more towards not joe's to of being like during the pandemic when march seventh hit. I didn't lay off any employees at in furlough any employees at it. Lay off any employees. A lot of my employees family members weren't working either so i felt a huge responsibility to hold their jobs to make sure that they were still getting paid to do whatever i had to do to make sure that they were getting paid so basically i went from supporting families to supporting. You know all fifty people. I employ ten people in most people have at least five people on their family. So it may that community before prophet a little bit more real to me and a little bit more like i have a responsibility when i employ somebody. I don't just employ them just for them to get the job done. I employ them to give them the tools they need to succeed to give them the tools they need to never have to work another entry level job again

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"paleo" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"paleo" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"News side smell on facebook. Hit like and follow us. One live radio. Everyone you're listening to one live radio. I'm loving the music junior. I actually started dancing during the long. Still dancing sir. Great phone.

How to Build A Business For the Long-Run

The Road To A Billion

05:36 min | 2 years ago

How to Build A Business For the Long-Run

"What are the things you look for in a business idea operated cetera and see if it has potential to scale big make big money. I just picked big markets like You know like we jumped in the health and wellness space. We knew that a large majority of americans were fat and overweight and obese and spent a ton of money to buy products like this. So i definitely want to take a big market. I and i know people are willing to spend a lotta money in as kind of like a i. You know. I want to think about. I think about like if you can build unfair advantages or you had some advantage over Over market that that may be some don't have You know. But yeah i would. I would just pick big market like for us health and wellness. It was awesome personal as well. I mean. Chris was really big believer in paleo. Tedo so no during the time when things weren't working and kept him motivated kind of or a bigger a bigger problem to solve. We wanna help one hundred thousand or five hundred thousand women you know Regain their their suds of a pri- inuit whatever it is but i picked big markets first and then just figure out like can i build Can i take a very small segment of that big market and make a business out of it so i would encourage you to think in terms of where is. Where's the money flowing where people readily willing to spend money on certain products or ideas are topics. Yeah nine think. That's a great answer. Hopefully marcus that helped you to your place of bad reception but glad we were able to answer it. We have molly love it. And she wants to know about a coming trend next. Five years in marketing. Hey molly hey. How's it my question and appreciate that. Yeah yeah so. Thank you so much for all this information. That's really super I am brand new and I just wanted to check in and see if you had any thoughts about trends man Not so much trends. But i am. I am super bullish on however you wanna define it. E commerce internet marketing. You know however you wanted to find space that we're in. I am so bullish. Because what i know to be true is that there are just no end number of new places to promote your product whether it's tiktok whether it's you know Emily yesterday says she was crushing it on native networks. But what what i know to be true is there are going to be continually new places to to market product which is super cool and just the rate at which the tools available to us as marketers just seeming seemingly better and better and better and better like i mean. I'm damned with sms cart abandoned. I answered with the idea of sending physical mail out to people. I mean so so we we do live in a world of marketing world where we are just like new marketing waste or reach customers is happening all the time. Different ways to engage them whether it's over email whether it's direct mail whether it's physical location. So i don't know that there's trends so much is but we have a very quickly growing exciting dynamic space to work within and it just opens up huge opportunities for people that can see that stuff and leverage it So yeah i don't know. I mean health and wellness is always a big trend financial crisis. I'm sure the pressure are going. Prepar going crazy right now with what's happening with pandemic stuff so i think if you're opened like listening to the what's happening in the world you can you can do take yearly. Well if you keep both ears open so welcome to the space molly like. It's really great to have you and it's a it's a. It's you'll find really people here that are doing really interesting things and So yeah for sure. I joined this really great mastermind. So i'm really excited about that. But yeah thank you for that. I appreciate your thoughts on it. Been great thanks. Thanks moyer quickly. Want to questions but i say it was interesting talking with my wife. Laura and her her cousin who's a doctor like a Like an er doctor. Remember him as a wedding. Yeah yeah you met him. Yeah he officiated policies out here in vegas. Because they're getting. They're getting married on october. First and sedona other doing their originally going to a whole albert wedding another kind of eloping but yet his bachelor party wife comes in. Gaza comes in today. And so we've seen watt. They're talking about tiktok because he's made a couple of videos on tiktok have just gone like a million half use you million views and it's just like not knowing what he's doing and like one thing there. I don't have to talk at all currently but like on my phone. But it was like lauren like do same way when you like instagram. When you're osha gone on instagram. Five years earlier or later two or whatever it is s happening right now in tiktok. It's like why would you not at least explore play of tiktok and in tiktok. Not you know that will get supplanted by something else. But it's like i like as i get older. I mean i'm really just getting active on instagram in the last month or two executive assistant like posting stuff for me you know i mean we talk about what she's going to post but like but i'm like you know stupid resistant to instagram. A long time. Because i'm like i'm gonna become commodity in my old age you know and it's like i don't know why it's gotta stop doing that. No

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"paleo" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"paleo" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"And Jill Lane is in studio studio. Hello Hello happy to be here here. Mine was definitely shrunk to. I had to. I'm like on the ground and I had to go. I got here I love it. I Love I who was gonNA take you down. You WanNa you WANNA meet. You're you're you're you're one of the biggest fans of the bannon skin. Oh you gotta go down and see them. They're such nice geyser. Right down the hall. I Love I love their in in the building. I know but you know what good vibe they have. A great energy they do. They're super nice guys and it is a but I know you really you. You've listened to them for years. We have to bring you down there every day. We are every week when you're here. We keep missing that opportunity. But they're both back there right now. So of my love that I came with my really awesome sweaty mismatch workout gear for the great today. The elevator was like old. Is that Las Vegas logo on your t-shirt. Dang it's that bad me snort like at least I worked out The frights I flew roundtrip flights to Vegas for a hundred bucks. I mean if you need to book something. Now's the time right now. The Corona virus has taken control of the world. Gosh well it's even affected the wedding gown business. You think I'm joking right. I can't make this up. Where is it in every industry when I leave? My husband is in the restaurant. Business and A lot of the things manufactured come from overseas places like China and they're already starting to notice a decrease in manufacturing turnover and speed due to. You know stuff. That's coming out of other countries. Well don't panic if you got because it's not time to panic. I'm bridal gowns. But if you're not buying off the rack plan ahead to avoid potential shipping delays. I think everything I mean. I don't WanNa say that because I want people to freak out ready out of toilet paper or something like that. I don't know what's happening. According to all the social media posts goes out of toilet paper But you know it's a good time to upcycle right by something by a beautiful use gown. I mean everything teaches a lesson everything in life can teach you a lesson and I think that's the case with this corona virus and people need to quip panicking and living in fear but having said that a lot of events are being canceled. One of them Just last night Paleo effects I have Keith and Michelle Norris on the line They are the founders of Paleo F X it's one of the largest Paleo platforms in the world. You can find them at Paleo F X DOT COM or on instagram at Paleo F X Keith Michelle. How're you doing today? We're doing all right. How are you good? I know right okay. So you know what happened. And how did it's got to do with the city of Austin right? I'm putting down some rules about how about gatherings right. Yes So the city of Austin actually cancelled south by southwest over this last weekend and then rations at any Events that were over twenty. Five hundred attendees We're going before. May I would be cancelled unless they could meet the requirements of their strategic risk and mitigation. Plan once I took a look at that there was no way for us to be able to To be able to assure that that we would not we would be able to comply with it. the particular There were two particular things that I knew. We couldn't comply with them. One was that we couldn't Assured that there would not be any close proximity for people to be together for any extended period of time. We'll have not kind of how our show goes so right. Luckily totally counter show. Then the other one was that we had to agree. That twenty five hundred people. No more than twenty five hundred people would ever be on our expo floor all at one given time again. We can't do that. Our show is our attendees are around eight thousand so it's possible so we We could have moved forward and And everything and more than likely would have been cancelled in the next two or three weeks by south by so we made the decision to reschedule the event for July fourteenth through the sixteenth and was able to work with Palmer Event Center which they were amazing and so the quick to act in to just really be mindful of the situation that we're going through and so I'm very very happy About how they handled everything with us and just we really love Palmer Events Center. It's really the home of Paleolithic so we were very very pleased with Base word is the person that we work with over there. Michael Daniel Their whole team was just really incredible in handling some well. You know everything happens for a reason. I said that a few minutes ago but I you know you have to be in flow of the universe so July is GonNa work out even better because fear will be gone and people will You know we'll start thinking reasonably about this and I do feel that Well I won't get into the politics of it. I just think there's a lot of behind the stuff going on. We won't talk about it when you when I can talk about it privately but I don't WanNa put you on the spot but I just you know I I don't know actually doesn't put me on the spot I can tell you. I believe that that our government and our mainstream media never waste a good crisis. Eight-man sister are you kidding me? That's exactly what I wanted to say. I mean I just feel like there's a hidden or not so hidden if you're you know if you open your eyes really about this is just a bunch of bs it really is. It's instilling fear in everyone all over the country. And there's some reasons for that behooves The government and the media an Wall Street and I could go on and on and on so more like pharmaceuticals in media. Yeah to be honest. Yeah yeah no seriously. It's a race to see who can come up with a vaccine for it for a exactly. Yeah and Oh Gosh Okay. So is wrong. People are harder to kill and that. That's that's the reality. And you look at this and the light of Diabetes Heart Disease and obesity it. Those diseases of modernity Pale make this virus pale in comparison to the deaths according to those diseases absolutely I well and you guys your you know your your fitness leaders. You know your health leaders alternative and holistic. Also what is your regime right now. What are you taking to protect yourself from the corona virus? I'm actually though this is the thing. Probably the number one thing that we are doing is maintaining positive attitude keeping positive and not allowing fear to take us down. Because you know you can get very fearful around all of this stuff in the. That's probably one of the fastest and quickest ways to lower your immunity and actually become more susceptible to it. So that's number one. The next thing is is that we are high dosing vitamin D Three K. Two Yup and vitamin C. Scorebig acid Those are the things that are going to help. You maintain your your immunity. The other thing is get good. Sleep really sleep well and try to make sure that you're eating properly reducing sugar. Sugar IS GONNA probably be one of the key things that could actually Decrease your immunity but also make you far more susceptible so really decreasing sugar right now very important send in the same way that I don't You know rely on people to help me across the street. I look both ways before stepping out. Yup and I wash my hands very minutes the basics. Yeah well you know it's it's it. It's not what we say or think about what we do. That defines US right right so to speak. You gotTA speak with your feet And you said something about sleep and I've got Joe Elaine here. She is an incredible health. Nutrition coach is well-founded fuelling champions. And I was GONNA ask. You WanNa put it out on the air Albany I was reading about healthy. And last night he just came across feed about what a great supplement that is to really help asleep. It's all natural. There are no side effects that all true. Yeah and actually helping is extremely brain protective so Anybody that's got Maybe any concerns around neuro cognitive function. That's a really great thing for you to be taking his. Lv Indian for sure no in our good friend or good mutual friends Sean. Wealth can speak very highly to that. And you know you can also give you some great players as well. He's very pragmatic very sensible. I know him well out and that naturally in green tea and so that's one of the benefits of green tea. That's why some people can consume green tea at night because it's not as strong as Gaba as far as it being a a down switch or a break on our stress hormones milder but for some people it can for lack of better words counteract the effect of in the green tea so can give you that focus but not yet jittery feeling. Green tea is a great way to kind of throttle back on your caffeine intake but also get the benefits of healthy Indian interesting and I was. I was wishing I had some. I thought I had in my arsenal but I was like damn it Jim. I can't find it. I thought I had something. I had a bunch of other stuff. L. Seen entrepreneur much. Yeah and so But Yeah I'm GonNa get myself some today because I didn't sleep very well last night and I was worried about it. I was like. Oh my gosh I gotta keep my immune system strong. You know so I'm GonNa get some and anything else you wanted listeners. To know I'm so excited about the Paleo F x now it's going to be in July. What Fun we're going to have. It's going to be hotter than hell but be great because Barton. Springs will be nice and cool right that you can jump in and Austin. Yeah there right across from the river so it'll be really good. Never a bad time of year in Austin always good fun exactly like is there. Is there a bad time of year? Austin I don't think so so you know we're just GonNa we're just going to forget about it and carry on right all right you guys out of the life. Women's we've been off there you go. And what a great message for all of our listeners. Keith Michell thank you so much can't wait to see you and and we're just GONNA move on. We're going to move on and it'll be in July July for certain what's date again for fourteenth. So why fourteen through the sixteenth. All right. Well we'll see that if not before We're going to go to break. Thanks thanks again. You guys we'll talk to you. Soon we've got Jill Lane. Coming up. Minerals WanNA won an immune system support. Stay tuned you're listening to one live. Radio.

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