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What's Up with Monk Fruit and the Whole Food Sweetener Trend?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

03:36 min | Last month

What's Up with Monk Fruit and the Whole Food Sweetener Trend?

"This week we're talking about a whole foods sweeteners. This is a term that spends circulating lately. So we'll talk about what a whole foods sweetener is and Wyatt might or might not be a better choice but I I wanted to share a quick question and answer from a listener Michel wrote. I've heard that plant based BIDMAN's absorb better than synthetic ones is this actually true or not? In fact it is not always true. Some synthetic vitamins are molecular dental to the ones found in plants and they'd be absorbed exactly the same way. folic acid is a synthetic form of the vitamin foliage and it's actually much better absorbed than the full late found in plants or in plant based vitamins. Some nutrients such as B twelve are not ever found in plants, and so for these nutrients, you'd have to rely either honest synthetic form or an animal source. Calcium is a nutrient that's found in both plant and animal foods, and in this case, the calcium in milk is actually much better absorbed than the calcium in spinach. So you see it's impossible to say that a plant based vitamin is always going to be better absorbed. Now I, think it's always preferable to get our nutrients from foods rather than supplements because they often come with a lot of other complimentary nutrients that may help your body absorb or assimilate them. But if you are relying on a supplement to fill the gap, a plant based supplement isn't necessarily going to be more beneficial. Thanks for that question media and now let's dig into today's topic. According to a recent issue of the exploding topics newsletter which was forwarded to me by a listener. wholefood sweetener is a hugely trending topic right now as the editors put it health conscious consumers want to sweeten their food with substances that are natural and whole food. They go on to explain that whole food sweeteners include things like maple, Syrup, sweet potato, puree, as well as plant based non-caloric sweeteners made from Stevia and monk fruit. The Concept of whole foods sweetener seems to be based on the notion that we are better off eating whole and minimally processed foods, and that's something I can certainly get behind as general rule. Whole foods tend to be more nutrient, dense and less energy dense than more highly processed foods. For example, a baked potato contains more nutrients and fewer calories than a bag of potato chips. Prioritizing whole foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, leg ooms, nuts meat, and fish is a great way to improve the nutritional quality of your diet and I generally expand this category to also include minimally processed foods like you're canned beans or tomatoes olive oil soya sauce peanut butter, soy milk, tofu bread, and Pasta. Technically, these are all processed foods and so our pasteurized milk filtered honey frozen strawberries, and basically any vegetable that's had the dirt washed off of it. In truth most of the food we come into contact with lie somewhere on a processing spectrum ranging from just plucked off the tree to I can't even tell what food this used to be. Although I think it's unrealistic and. To completely avoid all processed foods choosing foods that are closer to the unprocessed end of that spectrum is a great idea.

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What Current Heart Health Treatments Get Wrong and How to Fix This

The Keto Answers Podcast

05:39 min | 2 months ago

What Current Heart Health Treatments Get Wrong and How to Fix This

"Doc. Thanks for coming on the show today. Thank you so much doctor, appreciate having you on big Sandia working at an excited to share a lot of the stuff. I'm doing with your audience. Likewise have been following your stuff for while I. Think the first time I saw year. Your stuff was actually. Tat Halio flexible years ago. Paleo? Facts was definitely an interesting event a lot. Good people over there and you know for for anyone who's never been an again. It's kind of like finding your tribe and you know getting some good food and working out a little bit and getting some excellent lectures from some very very entertaining speakers and really kind of supporting all the stuff that we do award. You know we're talking about Paleo or or carnivore. I think the one thing that separates me maybe from a some of the people that I met there is that you know we're just hardcore about organic free range grass fed wild seafood, so it's like know we want you to eat this way, but we also want you to eat the best of the best. This is not lite. Jack Wolfson sang a Burger King. Get a double opera. Hold the Bun. You know we WANNA make. Sure? We do at the right. Early, I mean. Have you had any pushback on that type of stuff? There's sometimes where I promote that very similarly and I just get this whole. You being elitist freak, and like people can't afford that and not sustainable for all Americans I mean. What is your sort of slanted that? Yeah. My slant is I mean it is the only thing that sustainable I mean the the way that corporate farming happens and and large ranches. Operates that is not sustainable, because that is just destroying the environment. You have to do it through regenerative. Farming and grazing practices, so I think books by Joel Salatin and and things that they really identified the best way to do. It is really the only way, and that is the healthiest forest to I mean when we test people's levels of pesticides and chemical exposure there sky-high. If they don't if they don't eat things, the right way so does it costs more for organic food. Is it cost more for free range grass-fed? Yeah, and it should, and you know Anthony I would challenge all those people and say hey. I I can probably find some other areas of your life where we can cut from the budget. Don't Cook from the health food budgets better for us. To eat that way. Live that way and it's and it's again. It's the only way the planet's GonNa Survive is by is by doing things the way we've always done it as hunter gatherers in. Bringing that into twenty first century world, totally one of the things that I think about often is that how hard it is to even have access stuff right now and just how all nutritious food used to be free in abundant passed, and now I'm even going to small towns. availability for real food is actually pretty challenging will a lot of work to do regarding supply chain and distribution, and getting to that point, where Jenny little bit before we started recording about how you see your time between. Scottsdale in a small town in Colorado and just wondering in Colorado sort of a small area. Do you have easy access to food them even in Austin where I'm as? There's not that many sources to to buy truly good quality food. Yeah I think you know the other thing, too. Is that the more that we support this? The more that we put our money direct our resources into these types farms. Well more people are going to do it it just. It's just a great business model kind of one of the things I've talked about most recently. Is that you have all these people? Millions of people literally millions that worked for the the and Human Services Department on a federal level, and in the State Department of Health, and the County Department of Health and school board. You know a health if we were to get rid of a lot of those people. Because their jobs are totally unnecessary. Get rid of those people in redirect them into organic farming into into pasteurize. Practices it sounds like a pipe dream, but you know. Let's put all the really. The resources over their prices will come down. It's better for our health. It's better for the planets, but you know I think you know. Listen answer your question up in this small town where in Colorado there, there is a place up there that again. There's a lot of places that do you know free range grass-fed that do? Who they do grow during the in during the cold season's that they're able to grow indoor You know in greenhouses, and and we support those people and again I'm not interested in new cars, new new housing or new clothing for myself. I'm not interested in travel. I mean I love doing all that stuff. Believe me I do, but the first thing is. You gotTa Take Care of yourself with the food and especially. If you've got young ones at home, anyone your concern with with health and wellness. You gotta put. Put Your money over there, you know Scottsdale is okay for food, and then California's pretty pretty ahead of the trend when it comes to healthy food California of course has their own problems, but Colorado and I think over the years once again. Farmers markets we love going farmers markets Arizona's got some great farmers markets for nine months out of the year the growing season. Here I mean obviously they've got a ton of sunshine. You know the the issue down here is water and summertime too much heat flight. They're growing. Season is nine months. It's it's really spectacular.

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Is Powdered Milk Bad For You?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:17 min | 3 months ago

Is Powdered Milk Bad For You?

"Recently a listener posted a question about powdered milk on my facebook page. She was wondering whether it's okay to use dried or powdered milk in place a fresh milk. Powdered milk, of course less expensive than fresh milk. It's relatively nonperishable. It's lightweight and portable, and for those reasons, many people include powdered milk in their emergency food stores. In terms of nutrients like. Protein and potassium dried. Milk is comparable to fresh milk, and like fresh milk dried milk powder is usually fortified with vitamins, a and d. you can add dried milk to breads and other baked goods, soups, sauces, smoothies, or other recipes in order to add extra protein and other nutrients. But if you research this question on the Internet, you will quickly come across some sources, claiming that powdered milk is extremely bad for you because it contains oxidized cholesterol, allegedly the most dangerous type of cholesterol. Some of these websites also claimed that powdered milk is added to all low fat and fat free milk in order to give it more body, and they say that there's no way for you to tell whether or not your milk contains added dry milk, because the passengers are not required to list powdered milk in the ingredient list. I mean pretty scary stuff, right? Well as is typical of the nutrition information that you find online, the claims about powdered milk are a jumble of fact, half truths and outright fallacies, so let's take a closer look at the properties and the potential dangers of powdered milk in order to make dried milk pasteurized milk is I concentrated through evaporation, and then it's usually sprayed into a heated tank, and that causes the remaining water to quickly evaporate leaving behind dried milk solids. Milk can also be freeze dried, and because of the lower processing temperatures freeze dried may actually taste more like fresh milk when it's reconstituted, but this much more expensive process, and therefore it's a lot less common. It is true that packager could add dried milk to fresh milk, and because of the way the FDA labeling regulations define milk. They would not be required to list powdered milk in the ingredient list. However, it is absolutely not true that all skim and low fat milk has dried milk added to it. In fact, you might have to work pretty hard to find some that does have dried milk attitude. I spoke with representatives for half a dozen different brands of milk, including national brands like stony field farms and horizon as well as my local store brand, both the organic as well as the conventional and none of them. Add any dried milk to their fresh milk products. There is a brand that you may have seen called. Skim plus it's marketed as being creamier than regular skim milk, and they create that creamy texture by adding dried milk powder to the fresh milk and sure enough. The dried milk is not listed separately in the ingredient list. However when you add dried milk to fresh milk, it also increases the protein content, so you could always just take a quick look at the nutrition facts label, and if you see milk that contains more than nine grams of protein per one cup serving, they may indeed have added dry milk powder to it and if it doesn't, you can be pretty sure that they didn't. Now while you're checking those nutrition facts labels, you may come across fair life milk. This is a brand of milk that is fifty percent higher in protein than normal milk. However, in this case, it's not because they've added dried milk. Instead Fair life is made by passing fresh milk through a series of specialized filters that remove some of the lactose and then and up concentrating the protein. Okay. So, what's all this about? oxidized cholesterol. oxidized cholesterol is cholesterol that's been sort of roughed up around the edges, and that makes it particularly irritating to your blood vessels to make a long story short that irritation is what triggers the formation of plaques, and that is the beginning of heart disease, and what's worse, oxidized cholesterol molecules can intern oxidizer other cholesterol molecules setting off a sort of chain reaction. And it is also true that in the process of turning fresh milk into a powder, the cholesterol in the milk is likely to get oxidized, but nonfat dried milk is not going to be a significant source of oxidized cholesterol, because nonfat milk contains almost no cholesterol to begin with so i. don't think that you need to go out of your way to avoid nonfat dry milk or products that are made with it. Whole milk is somewhat higher in cholesterol so powdered whole milk would pose more of a concern, but perhaps the biggest concern with

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"pasteurize" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:41 min | 4 months ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on 710 WOR

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"pasteurize" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:16 min | 11 months ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on 600 WREC

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Health & Fitness Fact Of The Day: Processed Food

20 Minute Fitness

03:46 min | 11 months ago

Health & Fitness Fact Of The Day: Processed Food

"What is going on everyone. Welcome by one of the episode of twenty minute fitness again another one short episodes unless we into revolve these episodes around giving some quick advice on how they can build. Inc jewell routine or quick tips on different things you can do with the excise all nutritional orientated to become com a healthier unfitted version of yourself and also foods to avoid different training tips and things like that so today we'll be looking out to y you should avoid eating too much processed who says food and in particular processed meat say first of all if you are enjoying these condensed value punked episodes them please don't forget to subscribe to the podcast on which ever pocos plan unison to your focus on as long mouthful and also leaders rating under review we want to know if you enjoy these episodes as well a massive thank you toss to shave his well tape or building a three D. scanning scale it's available for preorder shape scale dot com so grossest food first off what is it a processed food is any food it has been altered in some way during preparation now this can be anything as basic as counting the food or freezing it or trying it out and I should say that not all processed foods on healthy but many do contain high levels of salt sugar on fats also worth noting that some foods in fact need processing to make them suitable for consumption mill for example needs to be pasteurized to remove harmful bacteria and oil you need to press the seeds in order to make oil to then then. Cook with on so-and-so processing is part of the process for some foods but walked all the unhealthy processed foods so an example include your breakfast cereals which are processed cereal grains such as wheat oats and rice obviously very popular also amongst lots of young people as well hustle favorite of mine and as well but they are pretty much most of them empty calories providing no nutritional benefits on many of them are very high in added sugar even those that say unhealthy you'll you'll you'll brand flakes can can have a lot of sugar in the news and he can have also sugar in them so look out for those nutrient guidelines on the side and the macro breakdown down as well also the World Health Organization has determined that process meat is a major contributor to Kota rectal cancer classifying it as Costinha energetic to humans they said that processed meat refers to meet has been transformed through salting curing feminization or smoking or any of the process was to enhance flavor all to improve preservation and this isn't the only downside of processed meat studies have shown that people who eat processed meat off thirty eight percent more likely to develop diabetes and it's often been linked as well to having a high blood pressure so examples of process meet again includes many of the favorites this has been in your Bacon your sausages smoked meat and all of those nice things processed meats contain harmful chemical compounds cold end nitro compounds and these are cancer causing substances believed to be responsible for some of the adverse effects off processed meat consumption and they formed from nitrite which is surname nitrites it's on this is added to processed meat products so I suppose this episode is a warning or a health kit to go easy on your processed foods in particular process meets do not be having seven days a week a greasy fry up in the mornings that has no cane to deal body any favors not only going to find it very difficult to be a calorie deficit for the day and lose weight for example but it also comes with all those adverse affects a negative effects that we've just been for the diabetes and high blood pressure and so on so through decisions listening twenty minute fitness on you will learn how to make educated

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"pasteurize" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"So where do you wanna look for our raw and pasteurized you know, as much as we're used to having clear beverages, floaty things in your actually good thing, 'cause that indicates those strands of culture maids, it's alive. You're looking for caboose just that aren't shelf stable, if they're not in the refrigerated section, it's probably because they're pasteurized, although we do know saw pasteurize book just live in refrigerated section because they wanna be perceived their raw counterparts, and so really. You know, doing your diligence reading the labels some brands do add probiotics in those are listed on the label whenever that's added that doesn't necessarily mean it's better or worse. It just means there's a digital probiotics in the beverage part of that is because although we know just probiotic those organisms haven't been put on official list, and so to prevent lawsuits, this country, very much enjoys lawsuits, people will add probiotics to their compooter as well, but farmers market going to your farmers market, finding your local producer getting a fresh flash on tap. Those are really great ways to find those types of caboose, if it's a little Tanny, that's great. It means it has that sour power present. And you'll know it's real combatant, by the way, it makes your body feel. I truly believe the, the only reason that GT was able to create an industry singlehandedly of I personally could you taste amazing? But not everybody does on I sip. However, your body can't help in have Zia logical reaction to those healthy acids. And when you look at the standard American diet, and how depleted, it is of nutrients, living for it makes sense that when you consume something and just this year Capuchin con we have every search on a very small pilot study on humid showing that within a couple hours, really does change those inflammation markers, reducing inflammation, helping with gestion. So when you've been taking a bunch of pills, or not feeling that great all of a sudden, you can grab a product, the shelf in it has that immediate reaction. This is why Kombucha has stained power. This is why Bucci is a fad. It's really nutritious food, because people feel the way it works in their body in another thing that I know is in the works with you, or that you have been involved in what is the Kombucha act? Explain what you guys are doing with that. Yeah. Exactly. So the Khumbu act is that piece of legislation. I mentioned it's in the house in the Senate. And that Bill is going to raise the so it goes into the internal revenue code now doesn't change the definition of alcohol beverage. But it stays that for Kabuto alone taxation would not start intil the beverages at a one and a quarter percent ABB or higher. And let me just break down the computer industry move it. So we have our under twenty one can beaches these are half a percent in lower Buddha's. We have our traditional Boutas on that'll be like a GT's classic or a wild Khumbu on by the city. These are brands that are renting traditional commutes probably topping out at around two percent AB so again, not intoxicating above that half a percent, define limit for Malcolm hall beverage. And then we have heart cobija so these are really picked up in popularity in recent years. Thankfully Bush half unity living vibration, Pyla, these are Khumbu just to which edition. Yeast, higher alcohol Lebanese have been added in order to create a high alcohol beverage..

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Sensor can detect spoiled milk before opening

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Sensor can detect spoiled milk before opening

"Researchers at Washington state university say expiration dates stamped on cartons of milk are not always reliable. Komo's Corwin Hake reports they've developed a way to test the freshness of unopened milk. Researchers say expiration dates are only accurate if the milk has been stored at the correct temperature the entire time and sure you can smell spoiled milk. But there's no way to smell through that sealed plastic or cardboard container or is there at the w s you school of food science a high tech sensor can now figuratively smell whether milk has gone bad accord. Adding to a newly published paper the sensors able to detect volatile organic compounds generated by the growth of spoilage bacteria in pasteurized milk. When those spoil compounds are detected, the sensor changes color, the next step could make this sensor, really useful. They're working on a way to show you how long you have before your milk

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Toxins found in dozens of e-cig products, study finds

Dr. Daliah

02:32 min | 1 year ago

Toxins found in dozens of e-cig products, study finds

"They say study finds popular e cigs can be contaminated now with the toxic fungus. So in addition to the chemicals and the formaldehyde and the different chemical combustion agents that change with the heat and then the metal contamination that drips into the heat because it melts off the piping. Now, we have to deal with fungus. They say Harvard, researchers found the popular electronic cigarette brands are contaminated with bacterial and fungal toxins. In addition to an alien harmful chemicals, e cig users could also be exposed to biological contaminants like endotoxin and glue Cam. That's according to lead, author me, suddenly a research fellow at Harvard t h Chan school of public health. So the study was published in the journal environmental health perspectives, and it looked at seventy five east sick products. Thirty seven single use cartridges thirty eight refillable liquids liquids from ten percent of the top selling brains. They found that twenty three percent of the samples had trace amounts of gram negative bacteria now gram negative bacteria. Could be e-coli could be Clemencia. Eighty. I don't wanna know how Clemencia got on it. I don't wanna know. Bill Clinton might know. But I don't wanna know. Eighty-one percent contained. Gluten type of polysaccharide found in the cell walls of most fungi, which is why fun guy like sugar. Scientists say microbes like these could lead to health problems like asthma inflammation and an evident lung function. Now, they say higher concentrations of these endotoxins were found in fruit flavored products, indicating that the raw materials used to make the flavor may not have been clean or may not have been pasteurized. Tobacco. And menthol flavor products or more likely to have gluten as well as the cartridge samples which have three point two times the amount compared to refillable cz. So other studies show that e cig uses rice in it alarming rate so forces it's like the big thing now special among young people. Unfortunately, these are people with asthma. These are young people with growing bodies, these young people that live radio polluted areas. Previous studies. Harvard researchers have shown that chemicals commonly found an e cig flavors are linked to severe respiratory disease. So researchers these findings will add to the growing evidence at e cigs are not as harmless they

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Super Bowl 2019: History says Rams vs. Patriots in Atlanta could be another all-time classic

John Jastremski

09:30 min | 1 year ago

Super Bowl 2019: History says Rams vs. Patriots in Atlanta could be another all-time classic

"It is the once and for all finally, we have reached. Super Bowl fifty three a game that will be played down in Atlanta, Georgia. Right around six six twenty between the New England Patriots in Los Angeles. And I think it's now time for me to admit the bitterness the anger the bad feelings I had towards this year's game have to come to an end. Because now it's game time. Now, we will think about degrade. Bella check in the great Brady. Yes. Paul for. The course something we've seen quite a bit over these last seventeen eighteen years Brady and Belichick getting ready and preparing for the night's Super Bowl going up against the boy wonder the next great young coaching store in the NFL, Sean McVeigh, and he's very very talented, Los Angeles. I'm steam and remember, despite the fact that the Rams got the benefit of the whistle. And did not get that penalty. Flag down in New Orleans. Does. The fact that this Rams team all year one of Vegas favorites to win this year Super Bowl. The Rams come into this game. We're Boorda talent. That's why you think about where this line opened up opened up with the LA Rams, basically is a one point favorite. Now that has changed you're going to see New England anywhere from two and a half to three maybe it falls to two we will have to wait and see. The reason New England is going to get that. Nod as far as being a favor, according to Vegas, according to a good amount of you. It's because of what those two gentlemen, had done throughout their entire NFL careers. It's very tough to go into these Super Bowls and pick against Tom Brady and Bill bell check. And I've done it on a couple of occasions that didn't last year had success with Philadelphia Eagles for some of you. You may be did it against the Atlanta the Seattle Seahawks and you can have success when it's twenty eight three falcons. We know what happened. Now, you're probably thinking you're going to have success bet against Tom Brady and Bill Belichick went Seattle and curse makes the spectacular catch. And they're inside the five yard line and marshawn Lynch does not get the ball. And Russell Wilson is intercepted. One of the greater Super Bowl mysteries in the history of my lifetime. This patriot team all year. According to most of us. Fans media, whoever you may be maybe thought they were losing a little bit. Maybe thought that this team didn't have the same offensive firepower. How long can Tom Brady continue to dominate on the north side of forty how much gronk have left. What about the loss of Josh Gordon who they brought in to be a big play weapon? Just goes to show you when you count out the New England Patriots. You're making a monumental mistake. And our molested picked against the patriots in the division around. Bingo well against the patriots two weeks ago championships Sunday instinct classic game. No went to overtime Tom Brady and the pats Bill Belichick and the pats still at team that's left standing. The Rams dole have avenues and ways to win this game. You don't work it. The Rams, nor should you look at the Rams. The way he did on now. The two thousand seven New York Giants who were an overwhelming underdog coming into the game. And we know what happened. The giants won a game prevented the nineteen year. You don't have that here with New England in Los Angeles these evenly matched games. In fact, you could argue one through fifty three you liked the talent of the Los Angeles Rams. A little more. Not crazy. Take reds gonna win this game. If we're sitting here Monday morning, and I'm breaking down Tom Brady going five and four now in Super Bowl games. You will need to see I think to specific keys paramount. The first band, and this is a given any time you're going up against Tom Brady, you better hit him. You better get them into the ground. You'd better sack him. Your pasteurized. Gotta do some work. I won't get Aaron Donald. I look at consumer the interior pass. Rush four. The LA Rams is going to have to play a major role. You did about age rushers. You ain't going to find a better pair of edge rushers Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram. I thought off the age those guys we're gonna get the Tom Brady. But remember the game plan for New England was so good net game. He's getting rid of ball, one one and a half seconds. Two seconds bowl. It's out. So you can generate much pass rush. You get them up the middle of changes things a little bit. Aaron Donald wanna show me wise best fence player in the league. Superbowl Madama can sue who has made plenty of all pro teams over the years. Now has his chance in his first Super Bowl to go wreck. Tom Brady, he's had some big games and postseason remember one when he was with Detroit against Dallas Cowboys was in Tony romo's face. Play off the play off the play. I remember game last year. I went to data south Florida when Dominic can sue was over Tom Brady, make your life miserable. For Tom Brady to me. That's data happen. Then you have on the offensive side for LA. Todd Gurley who is one of the most electrifying playmakers in the sport. Who I would argue is the best running back in the sport. Has in. Exactly been that player. Let's be fair. Even if you look at it as a hundred yards that he had against Dallas in the divisional round. Is that what you're going to remember about that game? Of course, dont. No, you have one or two big Ron's that came was all about C, J Anderson and his ability to run the football. You at the championship game Elliott had far more success. Throwing the football running the football. We now has basically two weeks to rest up. We'll see if he's much closer to one hundred percent. I can't envision the LA Rams winning this game and Todd Gurley. He's not gonna play a major role. You know, Bella check will look to take away what you do best. Now. That's the great chess match between these still McVay and Goth trying to get to the line of scrimmage quickly. Surveying the landscape of the field and in China to figure out what they're going to do. And Bella check and his mastery China counteract at the more and more thought about that the more and more fun this Super Bowl matchup become for me. I have to admit because that idea of Sean McVeigh China show a guy. Analyzed a guy that a lot of coaches around the league now who are having great success did going to idolize Bill check because they're going to look at him as the modern day will forty gigging to look at him as a modern day Paul Brown where nobody's doing what he's doing. All these coaches seem to have a shell five all these coaches, even if they're in a job for a long period of time, they have that downturn. John Harbaugh had that downturn Tom Coughlin eventually had that downturn. Mike Tomlin now was having that downtown with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Dan, never happens for Bill Belichick and the patriots. They don't miss the postseason. They've only done so twice in seventeen years. Never missed the playoffs since two thousand eight and that was when Tom Brady tours ACL they are used to being in the big game. Wait a variety of different players, and how can McVay now with a roster has maybe a little more talent. Make the necessary adjustment. If need be at halftime figure out. All right. They're taking this guy away. We're gonna make this guy star or that guy star. It's fun

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Invisible Killers Hitchhike on Native Plant Seedlings

60-Second Science

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Invisible Killers Hitchhike on Native Plant Seedlings

"This is science Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata when wildfires ripped through a landscape firefighters have the first and most immediate job. But then that burned moonscape often passes into the hands of restoration ecologists who yank out invasive species and plant native seedlings in their place. And we try to artificially gave a start to these communities that Choon resemble the community were there prior disturbance Matteo Garba lotto, a plant pathologist at UC, Berkeley, the problem. He says is that microscope killers, sometimes hitchhike on native seedlings grown in nurseries. And that's happened at restoration sites in the San Francisco Bay area where restores hope that nursery, grow natives called toy owns and sticky. Monkey flowers could be reintroduced planted colleges were looking at them and thinking, oh, why yards toil jahns die here? Aligarh dis Tiki monkey flowers dying. Numbers and distribution site. So it happens that each one of those plans PC's was reintroduced in a restriction effort, and it had one or sometimes multiple of this pathogen that belong to the genus fight after which incidentally is the same genes of the pathogen that causes sudden death, and it's also the same genus of the pathogen the 'cause the Irish potato famine Balado in his colleagues surveyed five native plant nurseries for the fight off their pathogen and found that more than a quarter of the plant sampled were infected. They also discovered in separate work that it common. Chemical used to suppress the pathogen in nurseries can actually breed resistance. The passage of this strange through this production facilities, sometimes it can make them. More aggressive a reported their work in the journals, plus one and plant pathology, but there is a solution to root out these invisible killers a year long regiment of stricter sanitation at native plant nurseries like. Pasteurizing pots and soil appeared to eliminate the pathogen and disease free. Seedlings means damaged landscapes have a better chance at bouncing back. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?

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"pasteurize" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"pasteurize" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

"Yeah, the tolerance. Gosh, we just force ourselves a lot of milkshakes. I'm still I'm still lactose anybody. That theory is also shady. 'cause like Tim. Oh yeah, which is not good. So as anybody. Yeah, pregnant. Disgust me. So you've tried that, but you won't purpose. Even the same ballpark though. As anybody try to cow's milk hasn't been pasteurized yesterday vacation. Stuck off. We went to Jamaica and they only had goats milk, and it's the worst tasting thing in the world. It's file just tastes granted. I was sick. So I, if it's not chicken fingers. I, I don't drink milk at all. I mean, I'll drink almond really shit like real milk. Realized cream. So I guess I do eat Milt, but. Yeah, I like that to give me some skill milk. I'm all this ice. Cold out of the jug. Porna- glass. I can't just take like one drink out of it. I have to chug the whole is every time it's only drink milk chocolate milk they're talking about. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Got you. Ever put your glass in the freezer and then fill it. Love it. Chocolate milk run best thing ever. I thought it was disgusting. It's so good. It's it's good recovery thing Jacob after work it out. Right, right. I'm at the age now where like an excited about snacks. I have home. On Sunday. I couldn't wait to get home and have an ice cream bar and that that would have been the greatest day of my life. I just had that ice. Does money and nice life. Go the grocery to make sure we have a procreate amount of snacks in different parts of the house, a freezer snatch you covered snacks every way on the snacks. We have like peanut him and ends over in this this cabinet. Yeah, it's best. You don't wanna run out of snacks sex nex. Yeah. If your sex next cigarette. I won't eat my come out of a girl, but I will throw a pack of fucking him. Last night wanna get pissing me I, she was trying to sleep in. I'm still up watching Netflix. So I get a craving for bump up and the candidacy morning saw before the freeze. I've setting there and the new. The new wrapping I'm Bob pops is fucking hard again open and it's not like the paper ish popsicle rapper, like it used to be real. It's not that anymore. No, it's like real real hard plastic. So I'm sitting there struggling open. I have four puffs laid across my chest. I'd take one and I'm opening fucking..

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Arizona canal identified as source of deadly E. coli outbreak in lettuce

Sean Hannity

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Arizona canal identified as source of deadly E. coli outbreak in lettuce

"And prevention is dealing with an e coli outbreak that has sickened dozens of people across the country they believe it's from romain lettuce from arizona scientists say e coli can find its way onto lettuce and other farm products from birds animals water contamination and humans who haven't washed their hands and you know those convenient bags of salad day bring a higher risk of contamination because even though salad is washed ingredients have passed through more hands and machinery getting into that bag e coli produces a toxin that can seriously damage your liver and unlike pasteurized milk or well hamburger health experts say there was no step in the production process that kills e coli on raw produce for more health news go to foxnewshealth dot com housecall for health i'm joy piazza fox news fox on check apple's annual worldwide developer conference is coming next month.

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"pasteurize" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Pasteurize the milk you heat it to a certain level and it's kind of like cooking it but it's not killing it's killing certain bacteria and other organisms that exist in the milk that pasteurization has has eliminated and i have two hats to wear in this discussion my masters degrees in public health right and i'm very sensitive to the overall a public perception that people have of the dairy industry and there's no doubt that insists of consuming raw milk have caused some sickness so when i was chair of the ad committee i brought the folks that were very opposed to the pill and very in favor of the bill together and and this was democrats and republicans on both sides of this you was fascinating politically to work through and we came up with a compromise that helped protect the dairy industry helped early identification of any potential problems help trace back the problems to that farm fully educated the consumers on what the risks were and allowed farmers to do direct sales of raw milk and we had a bill that the secretary of agriculture helped us with and we passed it in the legislature with support on both sides of the aisle seventy seventy percent of legislation passed it unfortunately are our god bless him art democratic urban governor fee towed the bill but that's a specific example of what i mean when i talk about how we need value added products we need to have products on the farm that add value that the farmers are not just selling a commodity for a low price but they're actually creating something that is of value to the consumers and another example of this is cd oil from help so i was also a strong proponent of hemp we're talking about it way back in two thousand nine when i chaired the accuracy i wrote the bill in two thousand eleven and two thousand thirteen in two thousand seventeen i'm sorry thirteen and fifteen in seventeen the republicans got bless him they stole my bill they made it better and they passed it and so i became the third author because only the first and second ticket credits to give a third author credit and i'm like okay fine great fantastic right now we have about three hundred forty farms that are out there that are putting plants in the ground i talked to a constituent who is doing this she just got the plants in the ground over memorial day she's working with w river falls to do an experiment on the horticulture or the management of the crop and i'm very excited to see this takeoff and for those of you your listeners that are thinking she willing to go a little farther on this canopus plant is the same plant but it's a different variety so everything we're learning now is going to help us when i think it's just inevitable that both recreational and medical marijuana become legalized and i look at it from the consumer perspective but also look at it from the farmer perspective and when folks that our say are you in favor of legalizing marijuana i'm like yes absolutely but how we write the bill is really important i don't want to big companies from colorado that are multinational companies to come in and and and and take up all of the ability to sell the product i wanna make sure that wisconsin farmers are able to get into the market end that this can be another example of diversity in agriculture which helps our farms sustain be sustainable over time if you're just joining us you are listening to the monday june twenty fifth twenty eighteen edition of a public affair on w o r t eighty nine point nine fm madison and w o r rtfm dot org my name is patty pell tacos and i'm your host this hour on today's show my guest in the studio is state senator kathleen vine.

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"pasteurize" Discussed on Get Healthy Lose Weight Podcast

Get Healthy Lose Weight Podcast

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on Get Healthy Lose Weight Podcast

"And a richer supply of vitamins and minerals which is otherwise killed off during the heating process of pasteurization but very little scientific research has been done to confirm or dispute these claims and although there are plenty of raw milk advocates who are positive that their allergies disappeared their asthma improved and lactose intolerance disappeared once they switch to the raw cow's milk although raw cow's milk may be a step up from pasteurized cow's milk as the raw version is often more from cows only fed organic grass and not treated with antibodies or artificial harman's however keep in mind that without pasteurization raw melt is still rich an inflammatory and allergy potential casey him milk protein

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"pasteurize" Discussed on Get Healthy Lose Weight Podcast

Get Healthy Lose Weight Podcast

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on Get Healthy Lose Weight Podcast

"And a richer supply of vitamins and minerals which is otherwise killed off during the heating process of pasteurization but very little scientific research has been done to confirm or dispute these claims and although there are plenty of raw milk advocates who are positive that their allergies disappeared their asthma improved and lactose intolerance disappeared once they switch to the raw cow's milk although raw cow's milk may be a step up from pasteurized cow's milk as the raw version is often more from cows only fed organic grass and not treated with antibodies or artificial harman's however keep in mind that without pasteurization raw melt is still rich an inflammatory and allergy potential casey him milk protein and contains potentially cancer causing insulin like growth factor one i g f one and its consumption also causes an additional production of idea one in the human body plus the raw milk still contains natural hormones and without faster sition raw cow's milk contains human pathogens including salmonella e coli and listeria these pathogens are especially risky for those folks with compromised immune systems people are also turning towards milk from goats and sheep as an attorney decals milk and here's why both goats and sheep milk have a less lactose so digestion his way is year for humans compared to cow's milk goat's milk is the closest in structure to human milk and his slightly alkaline whereas cow's milk is more acidic both sheep and goats milk contain a greater percentage of medium chain fatty acids compared to cow's milk which does make them naturally homogenised and easier to digest aside from the lower lactose content so then ago and sheep milk seems like a better option but remember you're still getting casey in and growth factors which may have negative effect on human health so if you're consuming any kind of dairy choose the best so horses and do it in moderation now you may be wondering if you give up dairy or where can you get your calcium and this is probably the most frequently asked question when talking about going dairy free of but the good news is nature's best source of calcium are in dark leafy green vegetables such as kale collard greens mustard greens and turnip greens of the calcium in these foods is absorbed at double the rate of dairy calcium about thirty percent of dairy calcium is absorbed whereas about sixty percent of calcium from a dark leafy greens is absorbed other rich plant sources of calcium include beans almonds figs and four defied non dairy milks such as unsweetened almond milk oatmeal kemp milk and rice milk when it does come to bone health calcium isn't the only factor overall diet and activity levels determined bone health at even calcium needs countries with the highest calcium intake have the most osteoperosis so there is obviously more to the bone health story than calcium alone and here another helpful factor vitamin d which is necessary for calcium absorption is best obtained from twenty minutes of sunshine three times a week during the summer months and fortified non dairy foods or supplements during the winter months is now being considered the most important nutrient and bone health so the bottom line here is a diet rich in green leafy vegetables can pretty much meet your calcium needs i thought this was a great article and if you enjoyed listening to this article and you'd like to receive a weekly articles he you can assign up for my email my email link is in the show notes just click on that and sign up and i'll put you on my list all right then that's all i have for you today i hope this was a interesting episode for you and i should be back in another week or two with more information for your health so that you can get healthy and a lose weight all right then this is your host yana lynn signing off by now

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Raw cow's milk may be a step up from pasteurized cow's milk

Get Healthy Lose Weight Podcast

05:07 min | 2 years ago

Raw cow's milk may be a step up from pasteurized cow's milk

"And a richer supply of vitamins and minerals which is otherwise killed off during the heating process of pasteurization but very little scientific research has been done to confirm or dispute these claims and although there are plenty of raw milk advocates who are positive that their allergies disappeared their asthma improved and lactose intolerance disappeared once they switch to the raw cow's milk although raw cow's milk may be a step up from pasteurized cow's milk as the raw version is often more from cows only fed organic grass and not treated with antibodies or artificial harman's however keep in mind that without pasteurization raw melt is still rich an inflammatory and allergy potential casey him milk protein

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Common Drugs May Be Contributing to Depression

24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Common Drugs May Be Contributing to Depression

"Are those pills you're taking making you depressed new study suggests a third of americans are taking prescription or even over the counter drugs at potentially depressive side effects and we're talking everything from common heart medications to birth control pills even and acids report comes on the heels of a string of high profile suicides and report that suicides have risen thirty percent in just the past two decades experts say about half of all suicides are among those suffering from depression and other mental illnesses fresher frozen when it comes to orange juice you might think fresh is the better choice but new study suggests frozen is healthier scientists have discovered that your body can absorb more antioxidants from orange juice it has been frozen then defrosted than it does from fresher pasteurized juice is because the freezing and thawing breaks down antioxidant carotenoids into smaller particles that are easier for the intestines to absorb jim chenevey cbs news i'm frank trainer.

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"pasteurize" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Sauce onion reduction sauce crispy onions pasteurized process white cheddar cheese i might have to do me one of those oh i will six hundred thirty calories it's not so bad for for a hamburger not so bad you gordon commercial all star that was the bake in chicken sandwich oh it seemed a little law as a cavalry cold hang up when you get the answer you want i'm take now spokesman she can be hungry for sport with a little bit of catch about stepping back to your your beloved chicago bad and day one a mini camp i think they need a maximum camp set up before i'll say it again they should practice every single day until the season starts dot a bad idea they suck new bears linebacker era lynch is loving chicago i know like just being around actual city and the people like i have these cleaners i'm a home and they're like huge bears fans you can just tell like with this environment brings except for and can really feel that because all the teams out there or whatnot but out here atmosphere has been amazing yeah with this number of hampton so i mean he was a baller where divy dies daniels number tire that they're no they're too cheap to retire numbers they're done with retirees sure that's a great outlook for the future for the bears fan didn't know that they'll never ever have a player who's number is worth retiring ever again thanks a lot more so that more on his cleaning ladies were where it bears jerseys or something bounded.

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"pasteurize" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"So your hand by hand the cool thing is is that we have all that women from thirties forties and fifties but we can log in my phone and turn stuff on and off so it's kinda cool but so what we do is there yet so basically separate pasteurized homogenising bottle and separate separation is is how we take the cream away from the scam so go through a separator and we spent it in in the in the cream will come in one tank and the skin will go into another tank and and how we do it this is the old fashioned way if we have skimming one tank and cream another not we can make one percent melt by putting one percent melt back into the skin now i have one percent milk two percent same same thing and then our whole milk is just we have to standardize it at three point two five that's three point two five percent fat so that's how that's how we standardize it from there we take it and we run it through a pasteurize and i always tell people you know there's a big misconception about pasteurized milk but it all it is is we heated up to one hundred sixty one degrees for fifteen seconds and bring it right back down so people don't know like on the dairy cow milk comes out of a cow to one hundred one point five degrees and so we get down to thirty eight degrees within seconds on the farm and the big key to for our operation is to keep that melt cold all the way through the process besides that fifteen seconds of pasteurization so all we do is bring it up and we bring it right back down and then from there what does that what does that accomplish well lately pasteurize when we pasteurized what that does it'll kill anything bad that's in the milk in.

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 E. coli outbreak spreads to 3 more states, a total of 22

Schnitt Show

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

E. coli outbreak spreads to 3 more states, a total of 22

"Very sick right now the centers for disease control and prevention is dealing with an e coli outbreak that has sickened dozens of people across the country they believe it's from romain lettuce from arizona scientists say e coli can find its way onto lettuce and other farm products from birds animals water contamination and humans who haven't washed their hands and you know those convenient bags of salad they bring a higher risk of contamination because even though salad is washed ingredients have passed through more hands and machinery getting into that bag e coli produces a toxin that can seriously damage your liver and unlike pasteurized milk or a welldone hamburger health experts say there's no step in the production process that kills e coli on raw produce for more health news go to foxnewshealth dot com housecall for health i'm joy piazza fox.

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"pasteurize" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"That's it and i i still i don't know where the some of the smaller corpse you probably have them where you are in pennsylvania we have them up here three or four of them were four or five farmers will get together they'll pool they'll produce though pasteurized and it's a whole different process than what goes on in our neck of the woods garelli is the dean foods company and i don't want to get too inside for people who are local wars the farmers know that i'm talking about the swedes family that controls dean foods and dairy farmers of america and they're the ones responsible for the problem at least their management and what they do to the milk between the microwaving in the laser ring to kill yeah they they are doing a good job of killing the bacteria the bugs pasteurizing milk that way but they also take all the nutrition out of it they suck off of the the these big forty thousand gallon vats that we have up here anyway they take the cream off put it in a different vat sell it off the ice cream company and so you don't have much to begin with and then they will you know what is like white mill white water there's no nutritional value there's no taste is no nothing to it and that's why people the the richness of eating well let's say eating because really i have jerseys i don't know what you've got on your farm but the butterfat content is what what i put my ice cream like sixteen percent butterfat it gives you something to taste and light right.

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"pasteurize" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on WLAC

"You your diet you're eating make sure you're following something like an anti inflammatory diet that you're taking the right supplementation that you're exercise and they get into proper rest that you're not just living however take care of themselves and easily be be responsible in that way we always talk about these things as part of our culture and we want therefore gives but you really wanna be good adults right we want them to be moral we want them to make good decisions to treat other people the way that we want to be treated the golden rule would be financially secure they can take care of themselves and easily be responsible in that way we always talk about these things as part of our culture and we want that for our kids but you will never hear about how as parents we should teach our kids to be healthy you want to see a good mother per se that use your really wants the best he said sure body needs to make it happen together everybody needs to not be doing the fruit lives in the morning with you know with the cow's milk in the end the pasteurized but it needs to be one of those things where it's we live that we have to live that for our kids not just we eating fast food in home and then making some vegetables for the kids as like everybody needs to make it happen together everybody needs to not be doing the fruit loose in the morning with you know with the cow's milk in it and the pasteurized cow's milk if you're worried about food allergies are gluten intolerance and all that it you know you feed your kids organic eggs in fresh strawberries and and.

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"pasteurize" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on WLAC

"But it needs to be one of those things where it's we live that we have to live that for our kids it's not just we eating fast food in home and then making some vegetables for the kids as like everybody needs to make it happened together everybody needs to not be doing the fruit loose in the morning with with a cow's milk in the end the pasteurised cow's milk if you're worried about food allergies are gluten intolerance and all that it you know you figure kids organic eggs in fresh strawberries in and whatever but you're over there pounded down the frosted flakes it's not gonna work like that doesn't happen this is not going to happen going to achieve the healthy you can't for your kids you're not going to be a good example to lead them to do then we have to step up and make a difference with an article like this where there's peer pressure involved already in is something that we don't really have to he'll do that much golf's we do in our own ways but it's nothing like it was seemingly leaning under in that age bracket as others coming into their own so they have enough to deal with but to be overweight and you just take him to their daughter hilton dodger to fix it pediatrician john do anything they've got fifteen minutes then with him and encourage you buy die but it's up to worry the purest and what goes on the home to make the biggest lie styling flores before kid an old the in that game warning if your drowning indect you can't afford do not look the credit card companies trick you into thinking that you have to pay it all back because you don't what the credit card companies don't want you to know is that there's actually a way to get debt free without paying off your entire debt or going bankrupt if you have five thousand dollars or more in.

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"pasteurize" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Was double digit growth the other thing a lot of people didn't know is that soya milk which was the leading product in the category was a double digit decline at the same time i wonder why now was it because of some of the war on the street that was a survey to your health him only as dorm so far this probably had something that's hartley the big thing is is that people found out that ninety three percent of the soybeans in north america genetically modified at a yellow right so it's it's a meaning it meaning that they pump chemicals into the seeds or whatever enter something i don't pass judgement on gmo oleksy leave out at the california rob come on what you know one of the things is when i talk about fourteen months shelf life i think it's important for the people to know that that is in some sort of chemical process that gives you shelf life the only thing is it's a septic lee packaged so it's pasteurize just like milk would be pendulum these but it goes into was clean air package so it's an septic we package it goes in where there is no bugs can grow and steal well that them when i when i hear you say that it brings up a couple of things first of all there's the dietary there's the dietary trend which is going towards which is only toward plantbased and even if you're not a vegetarian or vegan we're all kind of incorporating it into our lives alone the other part of this what are you talking about staples shelf life you start talking about feeding the world because one of the issues about trying to get food to other countries is it takes too much rob stay right there for second because we're gonna take we're gonna take a couple of minutes here uh and and go through sort of the other vertical sort of environments that you're going to the end as well as you're not ram who spring doing all right aung san siro will mojo news sometimes.

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"pasteurize" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Those they can beach remli helpful as you're going through this deal all right so that's that's one thing now the creams and all that can they helped sure they can help cut down on the itching and kennedy are tation but remember most conditions are coming from the inside not the outside in so you have to tackle it from that uh mindset now the other peace to our the foods that you're eating okay now if you're going to cut down on these sorts of things in work on clearing the gut out a big piece of this is making sure you cut back on the foods it create a lot inflammation number one but also that can create a lot of food allergies in the body if you stir up inflammation stir up issues within the gut that's when you're going to have some major issues so cutting down on your breads and your pastas your cereals or crackers a lot of the flourbased foods is a big piece and then also cutting down on milk products right especially homogenize and pasteurized cow's milk dairy and what not that can be a big piece tube so my or look in a couple of those things and see how things go okay triple eight two eight three seventy two seventy two lines are open you can go online to me an email i'll be glad to make it part of the show jody i've actually bar your next with us that yes ma'am how can i help well i've got a question about water i've i've got a reverse and then my our and wait drank repair track record spot on i have a grand feeling that congo water one orion water and driving me crazy about it every route as well in our town network ranking rocket you're all in that working in vet water and how added four and i just like your opinion on at back oh i water and it are we should be ranking aren't we should be cranking agrifrance i'm just excited let me just preface this blessing i'm just excited your drinking water and then it's not tap water okay so is the king of water good alkaline water assured is the main anytime you can make the body more alkaline you're gonna win you don't wanna make it through alkaline though because that can cause a host of.

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"pasteurize" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on The Four Top

"The coffee consumption was low at the beginning of the pregnancy and increased overtime so it seemed like you know we were thinking very much about development crucial moments of development what might be appropriate at each stage and towards the end dan indulgence lives just more important sanity wing apple here here um juno you are someone who covers nutrition and health as a journalist and you also happen to be very pregnant right our audience cannot co so i've got to hear what your thoughts are on this you know i had a friend early on recommend this book called expecting better that i loved that's by an economist and when she got pregnant she basically delved into every study about risk and were present a bottom line for each thing and so for nutrition i mean she was really i think she said you could have four cups of coffee a day alcohol was fine um so i kind of went with that um and i've also interviewed a lot of obgyns for stories and asked them and you know with raw fish which i have eaten once or twice they all kind of said if you've gone to a really reputable sushi place in you've never been sick and you're really craving it's probably fine i've st's mainly cirque du pasteurised cheese right when i i just remember this right when i found out i was pregnant but before i told anyone i went to providor foods here in portland and they gave me a sample of a cheese and right i was about put her my mouth i saw that it was wron just sort of let go on record i did i miss my mouth but then i got a lot less cautious and actually i feel like your body kind of takes care of some of it for you because i remember when i found out i was pregnant i was so sad to give up coffee and then i ended up not giving it up eventually but for the first two months may be it sounded so gross to me and it's the same with seafood like a couldn't summak without of seafood so it was like giving up to nine coffee was not hard.

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"pasteurize" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"pasteurize" Discussed on WLAC

"This aaa two eight three seventy two seventy two you're listening on call new rules call for healthier school lunches finally somebody is making this happen is crazy thing back when you're in school in the kind of school lunches amid ours were horrible i the terrible i mean look back at what i ate for lunch there was a point i got him i really got onto my health kick when i was probably a junior in high school now health kick was milk does the body goods of course i was drinking milk homogenize pasteurised milk this nonorganic but nevertheless i thought it was healthier than drinking coke's in sodas and all that in you know evidently it is if you had to pick when that can i can make an argument for that one too but also i mean you think about the hamburgers and the french fries and the pizza's in in the puddings and mean it was just hor via goma health kickabout midway i guess to my junior year in high school started working out all the time i just got into all that fitness staff and health stuff and i was eating raw i started bringing my lunches the school and things really changed and when i look back on that just thinking about the nutrition that you've got at school in my mother was a really good cook and she was very very sweet lady she's she's amazing still to this day she she would always cut me of maitra had a healthy breakfast and as one of those fortunate blessed kids that just had one of those moms she was just the she greatly i just think ruler in it will always have a healthy dinner but it was one of those deals where the parents just trust that the school's gonna take care of their kids and they're going to feed them this for whatever the cost is four dollars or five or whatever it is a day and at the food was really bad and i noticed mineral issue especially with her young people dealing with things.

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