13 Burst results for "Professor Bruno"

"professor bruno" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

The Really Awful Movies Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"professor bruno" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

"That really nothing to be ashamed about. And it's something you can really Celebrate in a way. But anyway i was thinking about this. As there is a confluence of factors that really spurred my interest in the film Legend and revisiting. It one being that. I'm journalist myself. And even though it's funny i didn't even work on my campus paper but trade journalist now covering business news but also i have a keen interest in seeing my alma mater appear on screen and toronto actually as an aside has been the backdrop to not only bunch of very good kronenbourg movies and i think edward norton is filmed the few pretty good movies up here but also some real real duds I'm thinking of things which is got to be one of the worst horror films ever made in it was filmed in scarborough which is a misbegotten. A somewhat wretched Borough of the city of toronto in the east end. It's it was described on am dp as a you know a yes. Husband who's fanatical desire but inability to father children drops him to force his wife to undergo a dangerous experiment. Which sounds terrific. But believe me. It's not and other just crap tackler. Big smoke teo lensed efforts or maybe not efforts if they'd put little effort into it was nurse three d. Yes starring model and actress paz delaware to the thing is just i mean crap tackler but makes really good use of the cities of most iconic hotel property which is the firm aunt role york but also a bunch of i think we're the trump symphony plays a bunch of other stuff. I guess saw five. I recognize some of that location. Which is when. I used to work at the canadian broadcasting corporation so they have a lot of stuff from that. Tonight is one of the effort a series that i hold in beneath contempt. Anyway because i think it occupies that sort of torture porn space that i find rather unpalatable and rather obnoxious and that was done around the same region. It's weird to think that this is well. We're the rather lengthy aside that something so trashy could be filmed adjacent to something so elevating the toronto symphony orchestra which highlights the works of mendelssohn. And brahms bach. And then you have this. Just pure directing jigsaw. Saw the of horror. I think was in the early two thousands and there's no no better example. isn't exemplification than the likes of hostile. You log roth efforts from that period. But jason xm side was also filmed there too. So yeah it's just funny so you have these three things coming together in explicable and you have your leto know who's with some some of whose work i've seen quite liked him in my so called life Tv show with claire danes. That came out in the nineties as well. But you have leto a journalist and toronto and my alma mater front and center and what you have is this fictional university in professor. Wexler is played by robert englund teaches this course and details all these accounts of these urban legends. And i think. I've mentioned it on the podcast. Before that i've been curious about why people throw sneakers kicks entitled isis together and thorough them up on power lines and actually reached out yon herald brune von the professor at utah university to actually inquire about why this is the case when i passed along erroneously to a cabdriver that the you that this is actually gang members marking their territory it's actually told a cabdriver that only to realize don't i'm an idiot has nothing to do with that and i was corrected by a professor bruno who also said..

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"professor bruno" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

Papo no Auge!

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"professor bruno" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

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"professor bruno" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

Papo no Auge!

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"professor bruno" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

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"professor bruno" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

Papo no Auge!

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"professor bruno" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

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"professor bruno" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"professor bruno" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Don't forget to click the bell. I come so you'll be notified every time. Put up. Okay, everybody, Dennis Prager here. Professor Paul Kengor. He is a professor. Of political science at Grove City College. Is an expert on communism. His new book is the Devil and Karl Marx. Now this this subtitle, Communism's long march of death, Deception and infiltration is that the subtitle of the book is not on the cover. Yeah, it is yet some title of the book and it's Yeah, it's not. It's not on the cover, but it's on the inside of the cover. Yeah. Well, that's what it is. This is the sort of stuff that people meet to read. By the way you're going to come out with an audible. But I should. Yeah, I think so. I believe I believe they're working on it. And, um, we should. In fact, now that you say that I'm going to use that to buy a Yes that you tell them. No, it's very important. Yeah, You're right. It is important that so many people nowadays that's really are on very by the way I am one of them. And I very frequently then get the book because I wanna mark up the book either either on Kindle or in the physical edition, so I very often end up buying two Yeah, And it starts with the audibly that you can So yes, I am encouraging you to tell them This's by the way. What is the story? Grove City? Are you having classes? We are. We actually start back on August 24th. So we start back next week on Monday, and so they're taking all the different precautions Students wearing math. And I think we professors where she'll face shields, social distancing. They're taking everybody's temperature before they leave the dorms in the morning. So hopefully hopefully it'll be it'll go. Okay? I don't know. We'll see. Well, it's C I don't want to get distracted, but I just want to say that I admit that I am allowing myself to get distracted, but it's so relevant. I mentioned earlier in the show that the University of North Carolina opened up about 250 students got covert, so they're closing the university again. All right. If the criterion for closing is, students will have cove it no university. No school will stay open. The society has not matured to the understanding. That that is the nature of a virus. People get it. The question is not whether people get it. It's whether they get hurt by it. Right, right, and young people don't get hurt by it. It's very, very rare. It's more common to be hurt by the flu. If you're 15 then by covert if you're 15 Yeah. And And, of course, the concern for colleges. I think to his older folks, professors getting it I would teach I would go in and teach Yeah, it's anyway. Look, the fear that has engulfed the world is is very, very bad. But anyway back to work back to the the marks issue, so It is a very interesting aspect that I was not aware of that. So there was a A certain fascination with Satan on the part of Marx. Is that what you're saying? Yeah, yeah, very much so, and in fact, in the 18 41 the same year that he was starting and archives of atheism with his professor Bruno Bauer. Marx wrote another poem called the Player. And this one, he wrote. Look, now my blood dark sword shall stab unerringly within the soul. The hellis vapors rise and fill the brain. Shall I go mad and my heart is utterly changed. See the sword? The prince of Darkness sold it to me. That That's just yet another poem like that. He also did a play called Aluminum, which which, if you if you play with it, it's It's an anagram. That means Emanuel. Which which was which was the name of Jesus. And and that's That's, according to several of his biographers, Robert Payne and And others all conceive the deaths. Indeed, what Marx meant with that he had a fascination with With Faust with Garrett is Faust. Mephisto. Awfully selling your soul to the devil. Yeah. Yeah, He loved that because he knew. Apparently, he knew he did that. Well, and what and one of one of his favourite phrases from Memphis stop, Elise is that everything that exists deserves the Parrish. Everything that exists deserves to perish way. Where is that? I'm sorry. Where is that from? That that's all it is. It's from Memphis Tuffelli on and he and he loved that line. He loved that line. You know this This is I want to say this to my listeners. This is such an important dialogue or interview There is at the core of leftism is Nial is, um I have been saying that but I now realize it's truer. Then I realized Starting with marks. Look us.

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"professor bruno" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"professor bruno" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Little Prager, you Paul Kengor. Professor I have on the line is one of those who gives a course there. Have a couple of courses on communism. In case your kid is College or high school son or a daughter. Nephew, niece grandchild. Is flirting with the idea of communism. You should see these videos. Amazing the enforced ignorance of history. The Devil and Carl Maher. Cool cat yours book. So What's this with I I studied Marx. I did not know about the devil part. So tell me. Yeah, It's really shocking. I mean, the guy wrote poetry about the devil and people don't know this about Marx. But Mark's actually fancied himself a poet. And really Dennis, If he hadn't become a philosopher, and he probably shouldn't have because he was a pretty bad philosopher. Max was a pretty bad poet to at least in terms of what he was writing about. But he fancied himself a poet and he wrote He wrote a bunch of poems about about Satan and and it's hard to tell at times. To what extent these are autobiographical toe. What extent he's talking about the devil playing the devil himself? If he's if he's supportive of the devil's vision. It's it's hard to say, And I say that the book I tryto make these careful distinctions where and when I can For example, his 18 37 poem. This is called the Pale maiden, and I think this one Dennis is really profound because I think this is autobiographical for marks. He wrote us heaven I forfeited. I know it full well, my soul wants true to God is chosen for hell. Unquote and marks have been marks was raised in a A Jewish family that had many rabbis in the back. But Orthodox rabbis both his father's father and mother's father, that it's a good question. They seem to be on both sides. And, as you know, depending on whether or not They were reformed or whether or not I don't know they were Orthodox. I think I know this is a um, area that I know I'm somewhat acquainted with, but of course, his parents converted. To Christianity. They did. They converted to Christianity. So marks was born May 5th 18 18 and Tree Air Germany. And which, ironically, is one of the most religious Catholic cities in all of Germany. In fact, The Great Cathedral of Traer is the one where Helena ST Helen of the mother of the mother of Constantine, of all things. She went to the holy land, and she is alleged to have brought back a number of holy relics. Including the crown of Thorns of Jesus, which which is believed to be a Notre Dom. She brought back the holy robe, the holy coat of Christ. She believed to be And and that's the one that the Roman soldiers cast lots for the crucifixion. That's in that's in the Cathedral of Traer, and that's the town that marks was raised in so that cathedral goes back to. I think you're 3 20 for 3 30, the ST Ambrose, who taught Augustine Bishop of Milan, Ambrose was there at one point So he grew up in a literal shadow of that cathedral. His father converted. To Christianity. It's believed to be under the social pressures and persecution of the day against Jews. In Germany and Marx think he converted. Marx would have been around for five years, while probably much within about two years old, we think probably because the father probably converted around 18 20. And then marks was baptized into the face 18 23 when he was five years old. The marks his mother. She was reluctant to convert, and she did later. But she was never very passionate about the faith. So the father became Lutheran marks became Lutherans. And and and the father to his credit. The father believed in God. And you know he was never very orthodox and whatever he believed in the Luther and safe, the Protestant saved if he had been Jewish before, that's the father, But he told Carl, he said, he said, Listen It is good for man to believe in God, This is a good thing, right? It's like the rudder of faith. This moral compass will will help you. And so Karl Marx grew up is somewhat of a Christian. I don't know how faithful he wasa about it, but we know that he left the safe when he got to college, the University of Bonn. We connected with this. Awful theology professor who was teaching atheism, a guy named Bruno Bauer and by the way, one of the first of several intimate influences of Marx, who was very anti Semitic. It's again astonishing to see this guy's anti Semitic writings. I mean, if you if you were to put up on a board Certain quotes from marks. And you ask, somebody said, who said that? Some people might say Hitler's That's right. Yes, it's that bad. It's that bad. So so marks. He left the faith in college around early twenties and then by 18 41. He and his professor Bruno Bauer, We're launching a journal called the Archives of Atheism. So it was in college that he lost faith. Let me in light of that. I just want to remind my listeners People ask. When did American University start going left? It's when American professors or actually graduate students went to Germany in the late 19th century. Because American universities were not granting doctorates generally. So they went for their doctor rich in Germany and already what you're reporting in the 18 thirties..

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"professor bruno" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"professor bruno" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"But not all farmers are ready to give up the wheel Michigan State University. Professor Bruno band, so says, it's not because farmers are against the technology. It's because. Field is surprises. The problem is in things in a field that stay in the same place day today. Not having the tree it you can, you know, geo locate put it on the map where can. Can easily go around. The problem is things change like the location of muddy patches order run. Where the machinery the equipment? It goes behind has to be manually operated. Eric Hines socia- chief operating officer. For maker co tells Bloomberg more functions must be automated before we see field swarming with self operating farm machines. I made Corey Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio four thirty eight on WBZ, Washington and the nation awaiting the next battle over the Muller report worth attorney general bar, promising a limited Muller report released to congress by mid April. The number two democrat in the Senate says not good enough. We have a new species of political dinosaurs. It's called the bar redecked. Oh, and apparently William bar believes that he can take his time and redact the three or four hundred page report from Bob Muller, Illinois, Senator dick Durbin, adding there's ample precedent when it came to Clinton investigations in the past. There were massive reports unredacted turned over to congress that should be the case here as well. Urban was on NBC's meet the press, although the White House considers Russia election probe over and done with. There is the unfinished business of actually leading congress and the public see the findings so far there's only a short summary of it by the president's attorney general acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, Mr. bar gets to handle this. That's how the law works, and Mr. bar has made it clear that he's going to release it to congress before he shows us that's his decision but asks for those findings. No White House decision is in the president did not clued into not obstruct. It's time to move on Vini on CNN and ABC. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington. President Trump threatening to close the US Mexico border unless Mexican authorities immediately. Stop all illegal immigration, but closing the border could be costly to both the US and Mexico ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. To the economic risk is tremendous here. One point seven billion dollars worth of goods cross back and forth over. Mexican border every single day. So there is a lot at stake. The president has also taken steps to cut direct aid to El Salvador, Guatemala Honduras. The accusations of inappropriate behavior against former vice president Joe Biden along the topics discussed on the Sunday morning talk shows in a new statement issued today Biden says he doesn't believe he ever acted inappropriately toward women. But will listen respectfully to suggestions that he did the woman making the former Nevada State assemblywoman Lucy floors described what happened during a two thousand fourteen campaign event on CNN state of the union very unexpectedly and out of nowhere. I feel Joe Biden put his hands on my shoulders, get up very close to me from behind lean in smell, my hair. And then plant a slow kiss on the top of my head with Biden considering a run for president next year. Other democratic candidates weighing in this morning. Bernie Sanders on CBS is face the nation. The decision for the vice president to make. I'm not sure that one incident alone disqualifies anybody Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar Shaw on ABC's this week. I have no reason not to believe her Jonathan, and I think we know from campaigns and from politics that people raise issues, and they have to address them. And that's what he will have to do with the voters if he gets into the race Senator klobuchar speaking with host Jonathan Karl on ABC's this week four forty WBZ time for us now to check sports, Sears WBZ's. Frank Garrity similarly, run support for Rick poor Selo this afternoon for the Red Sox soon. Seattle the socks to the three spot in the first they lead the barriers three nothing. JD Martinez bringing home Rafael Devers with an RBI. Single Devers had a one out. Double Eduardo Nunez and followed with a two run single off of Seattle starter. Wade LeBlanc forsillo trying to at least begin to to bucaneers seventeen win season of thousand eighteen NC double A tournament. Regional final play in Kansas City right now, they are early in overtime. Auburn leading Kentucky sixty four to sixty coming up in less than thirty minutes in DC. Tom is only two Michigan state Spartans against number one seed Duke in the east region final hour excited. You know, it doesn't get any better than this. I think this has been a a year when players teach you more than you teach them as resilient as they ban. Everything we've gotten this year from our big ten championship the big ten tournament to this. Elite eight appearance has been.

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"professor bruno" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"professor bruno" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"But not all farmers are ready to give up the wheel Michigan State University. Professor Bruno band, so says, it's not because farmers are against the technology. It's because the field is surprises. The problem is in things in a field that stay in the same place day today. Not having the tree issue can GIO locate and put it on the map where they can easily go around. The problem is things that change like the location of muddy patches order runs the field where the machinery equipment that goes behind has to be manually operated. Eric and Socia chief operating officer for maker co tells Bloomberg more functions must be automated before we see field sworn. Coming with self operating farm machines. I made Corey Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio four thirty-seven on WBZ. Minnesota Senator Tina Smith focused on climate change when she delivered this week's democratic address Smith warning the problem is real in the human activity is a major cause she called on congress to act the conclusion that climate change is an urgent problem is supported by an overwhelming weight of scientific evidence. Unfortunately, too, many Republicans in Washington right now, and particularly our current president refused to accept these facts going to Smith we can't respond to this crisis till both parties acknowledge that we have a crisis a US judge in Alaska says President Trump exceeded his authority when he reversed a ban on offshore drilling. In vast parts of the Arctic Ocean in dozens of Kenyans in the Atlantic Ocean. Judge darren. Gleason tossing out Trump's executive order that overturned the ban implemented by the Obama administration. The drilling bans a key part of Obama's environmental legacy. Trump reverse them in April of two thousand seventeen a message left today for the department of Justice not returned. Gleason says presidents have the power under federal law to remove certain lands from development, but could not revoke the removals good rolling says Nathan manual of the Sierra Club, especially when it comes to the Arctic ice used to be frozen year round there. But now it breaks up in the summertime, and so you have large chunks of ice tumbling through the ocean throughout the summer and the spring, and so there's ice blocks could damage an oil rig or damage, an oil tanker were damage and oil pipeline. Manuel also notes the judge has also ruled against the administration's attempt to build a road through some sensitive Alaskan wetlands cities around the world barking earth our turning off the lights for a full hour beginning tonight at eight thirty the annual tradition meant to raise awareness about sustainability and climate change the Corinth weight is the CEO of fun Kong's WWF.

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"professor bruno" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:06 min | 3 years ago

"professor bruno" Discussed on KGO 810

"Get back to our special guest longevity scientists and nutritional researcher, rob Martin and just a little bit. I want everybody to know if you're just tuning into the program, we do have a health poll question, we're asking you to give us your opinion of as of January first of this year. All hospitals are required to disclose their charge prices. So here's the question. Do you believe this new requirement will help reduce healthcare costs? Yes. Or no vote on that Dr Bob dot com. That's DO CTO are Bob dot com. When you're on the website, if you haven't done so ready, I encourage you to become one of my friends on Facebook that way we'll communicate with each other through the week. You'll see articles in my commentary. There's also Instagram and Twitter there as well. As ton of articles from around the globe that we post up on a regular basis to keep. You on top of your health learning curve. All right back to our special guest. Rob Martin's he's a nutritional researcher in longevity. Scientists he's here talking with us about telomeres now. Rob there are people who are just tuning into the show. I want to circle back and briefly just give a statement of what telomeres are why they're important to our audience, and how do people know if they're telomeres have gotten shorter? Okay, as the telomeres these tips on your on your chromosomes as they get shorter it reflects the rate at which are aging, and it is a very accurate barometer. And so we wanna do everything in our power to protect them, and hopefully lengthen them, and so they don't degrade and become dangerous cells. So those ambi- cells we spoke about. Look good lifestyle. Exercise stress management stresses. A big thing that beach down your telomeres, good nutrition, all the stuff exercise, all of that helps it certainly helps in slowing down the shortening process, but it doesn't reverse it. We have to go further. And that's where the nutraceutical world now has presented such great data on how we can actually grow them. We can protect them, and we can grow these telomeres. We had actually Ed years to those tips years, and we've actually demonstrated ourselves in our own published scientific study in a peer review journal, and there are many studies now on particular nutrients, and this is our focus my colleague professor Jean Bruno from the Huntington university of health sciences. Nutraceutical scholar, and we are constantly constantly coming to literature to find the most valuable nutrients anti-oxidants fighter nutrients that are shown a good clinical studies human studies to lengthen telomeres, and so that that's that's opposition. Well, some people, you know, they say, well, you know, I've tried nutritional supplements for the various things that I have gone on from my achey break, he joints my knee problems. My skin is breaking down faster than I want. I noticed my memories going to. And I've tried all these supplements. They haven't worked could it be that the same people who may not be getting results or not the results that they want it could be deeper than that at a telomere level. Could that be factor? That's something we really predict it telling me a shortening. In impact so many things including the ability to derive benefit from healthy foods healthy. I think we lost that feed from rob Martin Darren maybe you can get right back on the phone. Not sure what happened. There could be a cell phone glitch will get him back on the phone. Let me take this opportunity to let you know that coming up next hour. We're gonna have this week's installments of the product recall, the week, health, alternative, health outrage and health mystery of the week all three of those features are going to be included. Plus, we're going to squeeze into the fray the top ten best root vegetables to improve your health in general. All right. We have rob back on the phone now, somehow some way the gremlin got in there and. College is for that. Rob. Radio. Yeah. Take away. Right. Where you were starting or lost the feed there, you have to people, and let's say they're taking a brain supplement. And one of them's getting a fairly decent. Resolve the other one's not getting any results. And it could it be that the one we tested the one. That's getting a better result. They have longer telomeres than the other. I mean, we know for example in studies on twins. These the twin that looks younger more useful than the other has longer telomeres. And so the connection is obvious. So we know that when you start experiencing the effects of aging, whether it's an ability area or in the health area, you you you you can count on the fact that you tell me is have degraded, and you're not gonna get back to your original question. You're not going to get the same benefit from healthy things. Whether it's the food supplements, the exercise and the rest as the telomeres degrade and turn it his ambience. Cells which causes more of a more inflammation everywhere in your body. From your your skin your hair, your gums to the big stuff? Your brain, your cardiovascular system, your metabolic, system, etc. Etc. All right. So let's talk about how to our listeners. We're listening right now holiday lengthen their telomeres in order to protect their precious health. Okay. What we wanted to do a professor Bruno? And I we know that the multivitamin is the number one product that people take their number one supplement very, hyper set percentage, seventy three percent of adults and older people even higher. So rather than asking people to you know, by a different an additional supplement. We say, look, why don't you swap out your antiquated multi-vitamin for really the next generation multivitamin that that really is a cellular longevity multivitamin with fourteen ingredients and combinations of ingredients shown in human clinical studies, the latent telomeres and our product is called Telo vite. It's the thirty nine ingredients backed by three hundred and twelve published studies this is the most scientific product and then on top of that. We we knew that it was going to help people would impact at telomeres based on the studies, and we then went further, and we did our own study on middle and senior men and they've got an after ninety days on televised. They got an overall fifty six percent increase telomeres fifty-six that Dr Bob. You're hitting years and years to your cells. Imagine how that's going to impact you in so many remember telling me as are everywhere. Sound like you're taking that that brain cell phone, for example, just for the break, the telomeres everywhere in your body. I it's kind of fun because you take the televised and over the course of the ninety days things start to happen. You might your primary concern might be your knee pain, or whatever. But you make that other parts of your body are also operating at a high level while they're they're everywhere. They're like you said, they're everywhere in your body. All right. Let's do this. Let's come back from this break, Robin. I want to have you tell people how they can get a hold of. We'll be right back. Stay with.

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"professor bruno" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"professor bruno" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Etc. All right. So let's talk about how to our listeners. We're listening right now holiday lengthen their television order to protect their precious health. Okay. What we wanted to do a professor Bruno? And I we know that the multivitamin is the number one a product that people take the number one supplement very, hyper set at seventy three percent of adults and older people. It's even higher. So rather than asking people to buy a different an additional supplement. We say, look, why don't you? Swap out your antiquated multi-vitamin for really the next generation multivitamin that that really is a cellular longevity multivitamin with fourteen ingredients and combinations of ingredients shown in human clinical studies, the latent telomeres and our product is called Telo vite. It's the thirty nine ingredients are backed by three hundred and twelve published studies this is the most scientific product and then on top of that. We we knew that it was going to help people would impact telomeres based on the studies. And we then went further, and we did our own study on middle and senior men and they got an after ninety days on televised. They got an overall fifty six percent increase in telomere fifty-six that Dr bomb. You're eighty years and years to your cells. Imagine how that's going to impact you in so many remember telling me as are everywhere. Sound like you're taking that that brings up for example, just for the break, the telomeres everywhere in your body. I it's kind of fun because you take the televised and over the course of the ninety days things start to happen. You might your primary concern might be your knee pain, or whatever. But you make that other parts of your body are also operating at a high level. Well, they're they're everywhere. They're like you said, they're everywhere in your body. All right. Let's do this. Let's come back from this break. Rob. I wanted to have you tell people how they can get a hold of televised. We'll be right back. Stay.

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"professor bruno" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

08:08 min | 3 years ago

"professor bruno" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"All right, Dr Bob margin back with you. We'll get back to our special guest longevity scientists in nutritional researcher, rob Martin and just a little bit. I want everybody to know if you're just tuning into the program, we do have a health poll question, we're asking you to give your opinion of as of January first of this year. All hospitals are required to disclose their charge prices. So here's the question. Do you believe this new requirement will help reduce healthcare costs? Yes. Or no vote on that at Dr Bob dot com. That's DO CTO are Bob dot com. When you're on the website, if you haven't done so already I encourage you to become one of my friends on Facebook that way we'll communicate with each other through the week. You'll see articles in my commentary. There's also Instagram and Twitter there as well. As a ton of articles from around the globe that we post up on a regular basis to keep. You on top of your health learning curve. All right back to our special guest. Rob Martin's he's a nutritional researcher in longevity. Scientists he's here talking with us about telomeres now. Rob there are people who are just tuning into the show. I want to circle back and briefly just give a statement of what telomeres are why they're important to our audience, and how do people know if they're telomeres have gotten shorter? Okay, as the telomeres these tips on your on your chromosomes as they get shorter it reflects the rate at which are aging, and it is a very accurate barometer. And so we want to do everything in our power to protect them, and hopefully lengthen them, and so they don't degrade and become dangerous cells. So those ob- yourselves. We spoke about look good lifestyle. Exercise stress management stresses. A big thing that beach down your telomeres, good nutrition, all the stuff exercise all of that helps it certainly helps and slowing down the the shortening process, but it doesn't reverse it. We have to go further. And that's where the nutraceutical world now has presented such great data on how we can actually grow them. We can protect them and we can. Grow these telomeres. We had actually Ed years to those tips years, and we've actually demonstrated ourselves in our own published scientific study in a peer review journal, and there are many studies now on particular nutrients, and this is our focus my colleague professor Jean Bruno from the Huntington university of health sciences, he's nutraceutical scholar, and we are constantly constantly combing, the literature to find the most valuable nutrients antioxidants fighter nutrients that are shown good clinical studies human studies to lengthen telomeres. So that that's that's our position. Well, some people, you know, they say, well, you know, I've tried nutritional supplements for the various things that I have gone on from my, you know, achey break he joints my knee problems. My skin is breaking down faster than I want. I noticed my memories going to and I've tried all these. Complements haven't worked could it be that the same people who may not be getting results or not the results that they want it could be deeper than that at a telomere level. Could that be a factor? That's something. We really predict it telling me a shortening. In impact so many things including the ability to derive benefit from healthy foods healthy. I think we lost that feed from rob Martin Darren maybe you'll get robbed back on the phone. Not sure what happened. There could be a cell phone glitch will get him back on the phone. Let me take this opportunity to let you know that coming up next hour. We're gonna have this week's installments of the product recall, the week, health, alternative, health outrage and health mystery of the week all three of those features are going to be included. Plus, we're going to squeeze into the fray the top ten best root vegetables to improve your health in general. All right. We have rob back on the phone now. Somehow some way the gremlin got in there and often college is for that. Rob. Radio. Yeah. Take away. Right. Where you were starting or lost the feed there, you have two people, and let's say to taking a brain supplement. And one of them's getting a fairly decent result. The other one's not getting any results. Could it be that the one we tested the one? That's getting a better result. They have longer telomeres than the other. I mean, we know for example in studies on twins the twins that looks younger more useful than the other has longer telomeres. And so the connection is obvious. And we know that when you start experiencing the effects of aging, whether it's an ability area or in the health area, you you you you can count on the fact that you're telling me is have degraded and you're not going to get back to your original question. You're not gonna get the same benefit from healthy things. Whether it's the food the supplements, the exercise on the rest as the telomeres degrade and turn into samba. Cells which causes more and more inflammation everywhere in your body. From your your skin your hair, your gums to the big stuff? Your brain, your cardiovascular system, you met abolish system at cetera et cetera. All right. So let's talk about how to our listeners. We're listening right now holiday lengthen their television order to protect their precious health. Okay. What we wanted to do a professor Bruno? And I we know that the multivitamin is the number one product that people take the number one supplement very percentage seventy three percent of adults and older people too even higher. So rather than asking people to you know, by different an additional supplement. We say, look, why don't you swap out your antiquated multi-vitamin for really the next generation multivitamin that that really is a cellular longevity multivitamin with fourteen ingredients and combinations of ingredients shown in human clinical studies, the latent telomeres and our product is called Telo vite. It's the thirty nine ingredients are backed by three hundred and twelve published studies this is the most scientific product and then on top of that. We we knew that it was going to help people would impact telomeres based on the studies. And we then went further, and we did our own study on middle aged and senior men and they got an after ninety days on televised. They got an overall fifty six percent increase telomeres fifty-six that Dr Bob. You're eighty years and years to your cells. Imagine how that's going to impact you in so many different. Remember telling me as are everywhere. Sound like you're taking that that brain supplementary example, just for the break. The telling me is everywhere in your body. I it's kind of fun because you take the televised and over the course of the ninety days things start to happen. You might your primary concern might be your knee pain, or whatever. But you make that other parts of your body are also operating at a high level while they're they're everywhere. They're like you said, they're everywhere in your body. All right. Let's do this. Let's come back from this break, Robin. I wanted to have you tell people how they can get a hold of televised. We'll be right back. Stay.

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"professor bruno" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:35 min | 3 years ago

"professor bruno" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Bringing you the next generation of health information here the healthiest two hours on radio. Our diet tip of the week. The snowman says stop having intimate dinners for two unless of course, there's another person at the table beside you a lot of people eat for two people, and they're they're only eating for themselves. All right. You've heard of people being put on life support when faced with a health or medical crisis. But there's also something that will enhance your life possibly making it longer and healthier. And you can do it yourself put yourself on a health span support nutrient program like those found in televised. And here to tell us more is the formulator of televised. Rob Martin, rob. Let's let's go nutrient by nutrient if we have time just very briefly and talk about the fourteen key nutrients in this formula the formula that's going to lengthen telomeres, and and it's fully researched and tell us why these are so effective and doing that. Yes. A new you hit on important issue before that ingredients for productivity evidence-based. The ingredients have to be identical to the study in terms of the form of the ingredient and the potency precise. Unfortunately starts you products out there like that. But everything we haven't hit thirty nine ingredients are evidence based let specifically at the him. Promote is this all listed on the website? We get all that all those addresses later, but we're totally transparent. We're the most transparent people you'll see everything about the product the supplement packs on and on and on. Plus, I have a video library with all sorts of issues related to this. Okay. You were talking about vitamin d now you have to be up at the two thousand are you level of vitamin d to have an impact on telomeres studies? Tell us this incredible study from two thousand seven and this is in the American journal clinical nutrition, they looked at twenty one hundred sixty women, and it was it was amazing how high of vitamin d levels were related to. Fewer aging related changes in their DNA. But guess what they would more likely to have longer telomeres, in fact, five years different in telomere, h that's just one ingredient a five year difference in telling your agent, in fact, we we also get the same study with the same result, we green tea, but what's interesting here in another study here, they say, the researchers say our data suggested vitamin d may improve telomere maintenance and prevent cells senescence. Now, we talked to all right? Yes. Counteract the celebration of cellular agent raspberry troll. Of course, we all know that it's the longevity nutrient were nutraceutical why people drink red wine. But unfortunately, it takes what thirty or three hundred glasses of red wine to give you an effective daily dose. Right. Yeah. Yeah. You'll liberal blow up. Exactly that's for sure. So we have the raspberry. I don't have to be labor that everyone knows that. It's a powerful life extending ingredient. Then we have things like elk harnessing, you're not gonna see CARNOT saying in a multivitamin, but we have it because it has been shown to protect and Layton telomeres. It's a wonderful ingredient. It's fights collide -cation, which we could do a whole other show, right? Very dangerous thing they've been your body. And so it's fight stack. But it also will extend those that we have natural wonderful under the great detoxify as Clara Clara, one of the reasons, it'd be toxic side. So well, the cleans your cells because it clears out damage DNA including telomere lengths late today. It's a it's a remarkable substance. And so we have it in their again, all based on research studies, not just you know, hippy dippy do. All right. The next house that grape seed polyphenols now OPEC, those are the active ingredients grapeseed polyphenyls, they are perhaps amongst probably one two or three most powerful natural substances. We know and these old PC's really I have a tremendous impact on your DNA. And you're telling me you're late for tickets oxidative stress free radicals. And so it's in there like museums in there. It is a wonder substance also, and it among many things magnesium. Does it really helps your body repair damage DNA, very important in telomere lengthening, El Nino, other ingredients combinations of ingredients like, for example, when you put Luccin dancing and vitamin steets together, which we have in there that also is associated with longer tell them you're late in elderly people. Should we want to help people that are not just twenty five years old and running marathons in looking like ATI built us? We we're dealing with people had a baby boomers and seniors. And I'm particularly interested in looking at studies that impact them, not not, you know, young Jim rats, and all I'm looking at studies professor Bruno that really impact people in the middle years and an elderly. That's what people need to help and prevention and help, and you know, a lot of people, rob if I could just energy. A lot of people listening saying, oh, my doctor says if I eat a good diet. I don't need supplements. Let me just. Talk about vegetables because nobody eats enough green vegetables. Right. And I'm looking at some of the ingredients and the televised product and a looting in particular, which you just mentioned also which is found in green vegetables. Here's my guideline for the amount of vegetables that people eat what people wanna do is double the amount then add twenty percent, and that's probably the right amount of vegetables. They actually need to be eating for optimal health. Nobody eats enough. And the average American gets like twelve percent of the recommended daily number of servings of vegetables, they they really need for good health. So it's wise to as an insurance policy to take something like this, which you're going to get and Latinas great for eyesight and a lot of formulas contain it. So I mean, there's so many. And you don't get vitamin wrist unscrewing all the separate bottles. I mean, this would cost you five times more than if you bought all these things separately. Right. I mean, there's no doubt about it. And there's a lot of things to be healthy vision, CNN, Sandton and other ingredients are and all of the the great probably funeral things. They would degrade seeds and all that we have in here that will help division, and you you recommend that you take what I took to this morning of the televised. And then I wouldn't take one with lunch. So is that about the right spacing of it? Everybody's different. I mean, it's in three small tablets, as you know. And they're easy to swallow and pharmaceutical grade some people who eat three meals take one with each meal that way you keep your blood levels up throughout the day. Right nutrients, you know, discipline, certainly. Some more than others. Dissipate. Quickly spread it out. Okay. Everyone's different. Okay. Well, this is this is interesting. I have an article in front of me about slashing stress with mid day. B's meaning B-vitamins adrenal glands. Release hormones called glucocorticoid, which I'm sure you're familiar with that help you sell through the day hectic days by raising your spirits coming your nerves and shielding your brain from negative effects of the hormone cortisol. The problem is that because corticosteroid released dips in the middle of the day leaving you feeling stressed and kind of edgy Japanese..

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"professor bruno" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:39 min | 3 years ago

"professor bruno" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Health information here the healthiest two hours on radio. Our diet tip of the week. The snowman says stop having intimate dinners for two unless of course, there's another person at the table beside you a lot of people eat for two people, and they're they're only eating for themselves. All right. You've heard of people being put on life support when faced with a health or medical crisis. But there's also something that will enhance your life possibly making it longer and healthier. And you can do it yourself put yourself on a health span support nutrient program like those found in televised. And here to tell us more is the formulator of rob Martin, rob. Let's let's go nutrient by nutrient if we have time just very briefly and talk about the fourteen key nutrients in this formula that televised formula that's going to lengthen telomeres, and and it's fully researched and tell us why these are so effective in doing that. Yes, new you hit on important issue before about that ingredients has to be for product to be evidence. Based ingredients have to be identical to display in terms of the form of the ingredient and the potency precise. Unfortunately few products out there like that. But everything we haven't here all studying at ingredients are evidence based let's let's tell him you promote. What is this all listed on the website? We give it all that almost addresses later. But we're totally transparent. We're the most transparent people you'll see everything about the product the supplement facts on and on and on plus I have a video library where all sorts of issues related to this. Okay. You were talking about vitamin d now you have to be up at the two thousand how you level of vitamin d to have an impact on telomeres studies. Tell us here. There's an incredible study in two thousand seven and this is in the American journal clinical nutrition, they looked at twenty one hundred sixty women, and it was it was amazing how high of vitamin d levels were related to fewer aging related changes in their DNA. But guess what they would more likely to have longer telomeres, in fact, five year difference in telomere aged? That's just one ingredient a five year difference in telling your agent. In fact, we also get the same study with the same result, we green tea, but what's interesting here in another study here, they say, the researchers say our data suggested vitamin d may improve telomere maintenance and prevent cell senescence. Now, we talked to all right? Yes. Yes. Counteract the celebration of cellular agent raspberry troll. Of course, we all know that as the longevity nutrient were nutraceutical, why people drink red wine. But unfortunately, it takes what thirty or three hundred glasses of red wine to give you an effective daily dose. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you're liberal blow up. Exactly that's for sure. So we have the rest virtual I don't have to be labor that everyone knows that. It's a powerful life extending ingredient. Then we have things like elk harnessing, you're not gonna see how Karna saying in a multivitamin, but we have it because it has been shown to protect and Layton telomeres. It's a wonderful ingredient. It's fights like -cation, which we could do a whole other show. Right. Very dangerous thing they've been your body. And so it's fights that but it also will extend those Taliban. So we have natural wonderful one of the great detoxify as Clara Clara, one of the reasons it'd be toxic to so well cleaned your cells because it clears out damage they were selling the DNA including telomere length. Late-inning? It's a it's a remarkable substance. And so we have it in their again, all based on research studies. Not just you know, hippy dippy do. All right. The next. How 'bout grape seed pod? Females now OTC those are the active ingredients grapeseed polyphenyls, they are perhaps amongst probably one to three most powerful natural substances. We know and these PC's really have a tremendous impact on your DNA and tell them you're late for tickets from oxidative stress free radicals. And so it's in there like museums in their made easier, it's a wonder substance also, and it long many things magnesium. Does it really helps your body repair damage DNA, very important in telomere lengthening, L other ingredients combinations of ingredients. Like, for example, when you put Luccin Johnson and vitamin seats together. Right, which we have in there that also is associated with longer tell them you're late and elderly people. We should we want to help people that are not just twenty five years old and running marathons and looking like bodybuilders, we we're dealing with people had a baby boomers and seniors. And I'm particularly interested in looking at studies that impact them not, you know, young Jim rats, and all I'm looking at studies professor Bruno that really impact people in the middle years and an elderly. That's where people need to help and prevention and help, and you know, a lot of people, rob if I could just interject here a lot of people listening saying, oh, my doctor says if I eat a diet, I don't need supplements. Let me just. Talk about vegetables because nobody eats enough green vegetables. Right. And I'm looking at some of the ingredients and the televised product and Luton in particular, which you just mentioned also which is found in green vegetables. Here's my guideline for the amount of vegetables that people eat what people want to do is double the amount then add twenty percent, and that's probably the right amount of vegetables. They they actually need to be eating for optimal health, nobody eats enough. And the average American gets like twelve percent of the recommended daily number of servings of vegetables, they they really need for good health. So it's wise to as an insurance policy to take something like this, which you're gonna get the and Latinas great for eyesight and a lot of formulas contain it. So I mean, there's so many, and you don't get vitamin wrist unscrewing all the separate bottles. I mean, this would cost you five times more than if you bought all these things separately. Right. I mean, you know, there's no doubt about. And there's a lot of things that'll help you visualize Sandton and other ingredients and all of the the great probably funeral things degrade seats and all of that we have in here will help vision, and you recommend that you take what I took to this morning of the televised. And then I can take one with lunch. So is that about the right spacing of it? Everybody's different. I mean, it's in three small tablets, as you know. And they're easy to swallow and pharmaceutical grade some people who eat three meals, you can take one with each meal that where you keep your blood levels up throughout the day. Right nutrients, you know, distant certainly some more than others. The water soluble dissipate quickly spread it out. Okay. Everyone's different. Okay. Well, this is this is interesting. I have an article in front of me about slashing stress with mid day. B's meaning B-vitamins adrenal glands. Release hormones called glucocorticoid, which I'm sure you're familiar with that help you sell through the day hectic days by raising your spirits coming your nerves and shielding your brain from negative effects of the hormone cortisol. The problem is that glucocorticoid release dips in the middle of the day leaving you feeling stressed in kind of edgy Japanese. Researchers say taking a B complex vitamin at lunch stimulates glucocorticoid production in as little.

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