35 Burst results for "Psoriasis"
What Can Martial Arts Teach Us About Movement Quality With Sam Wuest
"What are some things that the martial arts teach us we tend to sack fasha facile training. I think that's an easy objective thing but moving quality. How well do you move and connecting that. The martial arts yes. I think there's a bunch of layers that we can. You know a bunch of different topics that we go into. But since you brought up fashionable training. I think one thing that people have people use paschel training and it's kind of like this broad term as opposed to you know specifics of like how are we actually training the fashion yes. I don't think that people really understand. It's kind of like fashion. Trainings is bucket of like our really know what we're doing here so but it works and it seems to have this quality that were we're saying some something must be going on is probably the show we don't understand the Understand why this works etc etc you know especially the internal martial arts so like piji You see pronounce it with the j. Instead of the is he h because the h was the old pronunciation. I always plug into that Is great polarity taiji. Bagua all these different movements movement styles if you will Martial art styles movement styles especially the ones that either internal. You'll see the bill. Use the body in a different way. Because they're not trying to use the same way. Like an external marcella which even blockbuster. Boxing can be an extra in wash. Light the way that they would be using that because you're using different sections of your body in a particular way and you might be mobilizing different things that i think. In strength and conditioning we don't often assume can or should move if that makes sense and that's a whole rabbit hole to go down but to just gonna give you an overview such as the intercostal 's expanding and contracting and that's one of the reasons why some of these arts really rely on the breath is because it's not as you know i'm not saying throw out via the contracting and like taking a belly breath in and then squeezing and keeping support because you need that if you're olympic theft need that for a lot of things but when we talk about gate when we talk about something a little bit more dynamics throwing is another example there little movements in the ribcage that if those are off the schedule is not gonna move right if those are off them you know then the shoulder you know. The merle joint is not going to feel right at the elbow or something else. Or you're not gonna be able to recruit the right muscles like from doing these things and then even just like a small amount of extra strength over the past few weeks and just like shock. My psoriasis looks like an extra set of ribs like because they're all moving
All Disease Begins In the 'Leaky Gut'
"We know that diseases are inflammatory diseases. Practically every disease is a disease of inflammation at the cellular level. The cell is on fire. So it just depends. Is it a brain cell or a kidney. Cell is a gasoline or kerosene. But it's always a fire. So that's inflammation so. The goal is to live in anti-inflammatory life with all of what that means and it takes a long time to really dial that down completely for an individual but you just get started. Professor fasano and his team published this year. He said and this is the quote on the the title of the article. These guys don't exaggerate. You know because people would love to take him down and say look with this guy cena but he's so careful. in his language. The title of his article all disease begins in the parentheses leaky gut. All disease begins in the leaky gut. Well what about alzheimer's all disease. What about rheumatoid arthritis all dizzy. What m s ought psoriasis eczema. Migraines all disease begins in the leaky gut and this is what they're teaching our cutting edge physicians at the top medical school in the country. Right now is that there are five pillars in the development of all chronic inflammatory diseases and if your listeners understand that there are five picture that this is the big kahuna concept. If you understand this concept than all of the information that you pick up in podcast like yours or in books that you read like mine or in summits and things you're able to compartmentalize that information into one of the five pillars so that you can hold it because there's so much information our world today we get overwhelmed really easily
Is Your Acne Caused By What You're Eating?
"We have a tendency to think that glowing can be achieved as the result of what we put on our skin as opposed to what we put in our bodies in fact we spent over a billion dollars collectively on prescriptions and over the counter products to cure acne but eliminating acne as best approach as an inside job. Dr hemming recently spoke about this with his colleagues at the ultra wellness center. Todd lopin and dr elizabeth bow him. The skin is contiguous with the guts of. I draw a line on the skin. And i keep drawing a line and go down my tongue. Go into my gets done on my stomach and intestine. I'm still on the same surface. So oftentimes you know mark. Is that thought of that. Yeah it's a cool. That's how i explained to patients. So the skin is contiguous with a gun incident echo dermal tissue and when their skin issues think got. It's really a tube tunes outside your body is your gut yes it's true. I mean when patient with psoriasis eczema. Acne rose atia treat their gut. Yeah and i don't put stuff all over their face or on their body exactly as the inflammation. I get rid of that and it's like a. It's a really an american miracle i mean it is a dermatology is not something that i'm an expert in although i was trained as a family doctrine dermatology but i feel like it's we get the most amazing results just for something as simple as fixing the gut and changing the diet. I remember i was having a conversation with my daughter. You know about skincare products you know and okay what what's the best thing to use for my skin and and all of a sudden i realized even though we had been she live with me your whole life you know. I don't think i ever said this. I said what's what you're eating is so much more important than what you're putting on your
Finding Connection, Self-Love, And Thriving With Chronic Illness Ft. Nitika Chopra
"Hi everyone. this is tiffany. And you are listening to this. Episode of tiffany and the podcast. When if you are new to the podcast tiffany and you is a podcast chatting with friends. Who are using their voices and platforms to cultivate compassion. Change and creativity. Today i have with me. Nigga chopra who is founder of chronic kahn which is incredible community for the one hundred thirty plus million people who live with chronic illness in the us. High nigga. I tiffany thanks for having me. We ended up getting introduced through nate. Nichols he's a big fan of yours. And by the time you were thinking about launching your online community chronic khan and then we emerged on clubhouse and we've become much better friends since then. I always like starting with origin stories. What led you point of really thinking that cronica needed to be in the world. Well i just have to say. I'm so glad that clubhouse brought us closer together. Because i do feel like it was nice that there were all of these touch point in then being with you and clubhouse has been so special and the way i would start by origin story is that it started when i was probably ten years old and i was diagnosed with my first chronic illness. And so there's so many things. I could say about that journey and i know you and so many of your listeners have been on their own journeys but their bodies but that has definitely been my greatest teacher in my life and so when i got diagnosed with psoriasis at the age of ten i just saw my whole life through that lens. I had it in a very debilitating way. Sometimes people get psoriasis. It's maybe a small patch or in their scalp which is frustrating. For sure but for me i ended up having it covering ninety eight percent of my body and i couldn't really move without severe pain so it was everything. It was the way that i saw everything. It was the way people saw me. And then when i was nineteen i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. Which just really impacted me in a whole new set of ways. It made it really hard for me to walk without severe pain because my joints were painful before it was my skin was painful and now my joints added to it. So as i'm sure you and so many of your listeners can relate. That was the lens that i saw everything through. I try to be positive. I have a really strong spiritual center and that really helped me through a lot of those challenges but it also shaped me to want to help people. Because i felt like there were not enough resources almost no resources when i was going through all of that that were there to really support be especially emotionally so i'm not a doctor. I'm not a practitioner. I'm a patient so pretend to try to heal people but just that emotional support of like yeah. You know. i've got somebody. That knows exactly what i'm feeling. I don't have to explain to this person. Why i can't walk the five blocks or i need to take a cab or i actually can't help with moving this box or whatever. I don't have to talk about it. It's just like no. I'm not going to do that. And you just move on. there's no heaviness there. So i never really had that growing up so i think that just has a lot to do with the story. Weiss started doing the work that i do thanks for sharing there's a term that was coined by someone in in the disability justice. Face a manguson cheeses the term access intimacy and. It's this idea that when you show up in a place you don't have to ask for permission. People just get it and it sounds like the community that you've created or what you were seeking was some level of that access intimacy was the turning point of really moving more toward advocacy and really wanting to create that community. There was definitely a turning point for me i. I started my career about eleven years ago. And you know at that point. No one was talking about chronic illness or disability or health. Really in the truest sense of the word. There was this health and wellness industry. That i sort of found myself being a part of but truthfully it never was very helpful or felt very supportive. It was just my only option at the time. And so i gravitated towards that i started an online magazine talked a lot about self love. I talked a lot about beauty as it relates to self love. I did that. Threw a lot of media opportunities that i had which was really great but there was a turning point and i would say after the twenty sixteen election. There was just a reckoning that was happening for so many people and myself included and it felt like i thought i was using my voice before i thought i was standing up for people that i wanted to stand up for and for what was right but there was something after that election that made me realize there was so much more that i could be saying and sharing and really it was a refinement process for so many people. If this is going to be this dark where are we going to find the truth. And the light in the midst of all of this and so i really had to go on that personal journey and i spent a couple of years actually in two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen asking myself a lot of really hard questions realizing that i wasn't at all speaking up for the things that i i never talked about my house
How to Repair Your Skin Barrier With Celebrity Facialist Joanna Vargas
"Let's start with the basics what exactly is your skin's moisture barrier and why is it there. What is the do well. I mean i think you know we talk so much into butte and industry about like wrinkles and bo talks and things like that we forget the skin actually has a function and its function is to be a barrier between us and the environment so the skin's moisture barrier is the outermost layer of your skin. It helps protect the body It helps retain water and moisture It defends against like bacteria in the environment environmental stressors and you know prevents things from penetrating into the skin so that we don't have a reaction so it has like a a very important function for us. It's the fundamental of what the skin does and we talk about it at the least i feel It is the most important part about our skin because it makes us look plump in juicy and healthy and soft when it's healthy and so yeah it's something that's very important. No matter what kind of skin type you have no matter your age okay. Yeah that was gonna be my next question. Like other certain types skin types or skin eight inches that are more prone to having damaged skin barrier. Mostly i'm talking about like the skin on your face. Well i mean. I think for example like winter is a time of year where i think a lot of people experience to some degree Some irritation due to the loss of moisture in the environment. And therefore your skin gets a bit patchy may be if you are out during the day for a long period of time you'll have like readiness on your face but typically you know there's obviously people that have just in their dna some skin sensitivity. You know some psoriasis eczema. That's that has a genetic component you know and then there like the people who have poor digestion they might have some patchiness in readiness and some irritation. But it doesn't it can happen even if you have oily skin. It really depends on what you're using on your your skin. What your habits are in terms of your skin. Those really affected a great deal. And so how do you tell the difference between an impaired skin barrier versus you know wind. Burn or zima or psoriasis. How do you know if your skin barriers been disrupted. Well you know this skin house tendency to to show sensitivity patches. So i i'm sure everybody can remember a time when they've had like a dry patch on their face and may the rest of the skin feels okay or maybe you have my son. Has that right now. So i'm listening with the keenest ear. How old is your son. He's he's six and he's got a patch right beside his cheek that he's had for about six weeks and it just so drier and rudder. Yeah continue my boy who is now fifteen Have that as a younger person also happens easier because they play out. Fight a lot and that really dries you out. You know rose atia redness itchiness itchy skin and share a lot of people have itchy scalp during the winter all of back stock visible. Sign that your your skin. Barrier is malfunctioning so to speak and it needs some soothing and comfort and some rehydration ximines. Psoriasis are more extreme versions of it. which also occur in patches on the skin But there are a lot of you know that you would have to consult a doctor to really determine if it was something that was in your genetic makeup or if it was something caused by something topical or something in your diet like an allergy of some kind right right. Because i feel like that's with With eczema almost like immunity related. Or it's like almost like an immune response rather than it can be absolutely and it can also just mean that you're something that you can't digest properly and so your your bodies having a little bit of trouble. There are a lot of different causes for it. Which is why you know. You can also have a yeast overgrowth in your gut. But that would be things that if i suspected that if you came meant for facial and it looked like that to me i would just send you to a doctor. Not a doctor. So i don't right. I try to stay in the lame a fair and respect that and so how does the skin barrier become damaged or compromised. What are some of the main you know factors you know. A a very common factor would be over exfoliating. I remember when i first became an esa titian in the late nineties. It was like a fashion to have cholic acid in every single. Step of your routine. In how like in the beauty industry like ingredients. Become like the thing. And you wanna put it on in every step like i had clients that were using a glycol at wash ugly colic toner a glide colleague serum and moisturizer and everybody's skin was like flaky and read and sensitize. It was very hard to give atias to those people but also sun damage can cause it. You know Prescription acne medications and prescription retinol formulas can cause it. I've seen people use essential oils essential oils on their face and they get Compromised if you if you wash your face in the shower shower water is way too hot for your face back could cause it Chemical peels flying too much back in in the before time when we used to travel places on even air conditioning in caused so mike mobs of different causes But usually i would say the number one offender is over exfoliating or over. You know acclaimed being over eager in the chemical kill type department. That sort of stuff now. I i have a follow up question if you don't mind about is the prescription retinol because you know my skin does get extremely dry when i use it and And it starts to become red. And i feel like that's expected you kind of expect this dryness. So what is the difference between dryness and compromise skin barrier. Is there one. Well sure i mean dryness is the beginning of it right you don't you don't want your skin to be overly dry because that that is compromising gonna lead to you know craziness which will lead kind of like the the compromising actors like your. Your skin won't be able to take as much stress from the environment as the result of that overly dry situation. You're creating. I don't have a lot of clients anymore that use prescription retinal because there are so many great over the counter formulas. That don't do that. So i i feel like that you know. I've been in sedition for over twenty years. That's changed a great deal at least in new york. But i think you know the difference between having you know when you like right now. I'm extremely dry. And my skin feels a little bit tight but it's not read in. It's not flakier itchy when it starts to become itchy in certain spots. That's when you know you've crossed over into a compromised moisture barrier and that and you know you really should wait until that point to start treating it if this dried tight feeling. I'm going to have to handle that today. So it doesn't
"psoriasis" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast
"In a few weeks or if it made worse by a common psoriasis trigger the condition may flare up again and sometimes symptoms of psoriasis disappear. Completely when you have no active signs of the condition. You may be in remission. And that doesn't mean psoriasis. Won't come back okay. But for now you're symptom free so again and these symptoms really very person to person. It's also going to depend depend a law which type of psoriasis. You have after talking about each wine and reviewing each wine I've definitely have came across people who experienced plaque psoriasis. Little carbon type. I believe that's also the one that kim kardashian has after talking about each She seems to be closely. Related to plaque psoriasis. So we're gonna into a very brief break you guys and when we come back. We're going to discuss exactly. What causes supervisors ak triggers as was diagnosing psoriasis. So don't go anywhere. we'll be right back. Tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. Now listen close and here this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching golden state media concepts podcast network is here nothing less than our podcast blitz with endless hours of podcast covered from news sports music fashion looking entertainment fantasy football so much more so stop lurking around and go straight out to the golden state media concepts part gas network guaranteed to build that podcast is whatever it may be visit. Www dot gmc podcast dot com. Follow us on facebook and twitter.
"psoriasis" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"It's like when when it sees the the the gram negative endotoxins says off a full steam ahead, we're going to like really try to counteract this, and that's where you get this real systemic inflammation i. mean that's essentially what you talked about sepsis. I mean that's when you get sepsis. You're getting a bacterial endotoxins in your bloodstream and then you get a full full sign storm. That's yeah, exactly. Yeah incredible. So we'll look at. Antibodies against gluten against things are related leaky got look at Cross reactions to other proteins that are in your food whether it's dairy or other grains which are really common. So what happens is a gluten often opens the door. Literally, the Leaky Gut, and then all the other food proteins leak in and your body starts react to those. You get an vicious cycle exactly. I'm getting rid of gluten and healing. The Gut can usually help reverse a lot of that but it's it's a big issue and also look at stool testing. Why are we looking at Poop for the skin? Exactly that's a good. That's a good point. So yeah. So the microbiome and there's is interesting because you know. What is a healthy microbiome more? That's that's what is what is call you by Osa? It varies it's a very interesting concept and what did we call despises what is a you know what is an unhealthy microbial? I. Often want to read a book called Paleo poop Paleolithic Right. Right what is the what is the indigenous microbiome says what are we actually had as we were exact golfing exactly how? Yeah. Absolutely. There's no autoimmune diseases. There's no psoriasis in hunter gatherer. Yeah. Autoimmune disease except that, right there's no. Yeah. To some degree, you know just like you know there's a there's a museum, not a museum, but it's a research into that actually has in. Cold storage all the seeds of the world. Yes. I think that we actually need a freeze. Good poop. Great. Maybe running. We need to go to the Amazon and find that Paleo poop. Exactly. Africa we need to go. Yes. That's true because we we really don't know even what the total healthy microbiome looks like and it can change very quickly your diet if you. To Go Paleo. So it's a very quickly on exactly and the and the and the thing about it is the the microbiome is a dynamic is not a static. Process is always changing and there are a variety of different companies out there that that do testing the test that I like an right now I think it probably the clinically most beneficial one is the map test because it does quantitative PR. It's a great test. It's not a perfect S. in there is no perfect. There really isn't. There's a lot of controversy over like what test there's. You know there's all different ones the volume on the. Canova you, gi yeah there's a whole bunch. There's a whole bunch of them out there and they all have their their role but I think the the quantitative pr which is very, very sensitive and the the key thing about that particular test is so sensitive will pick up a bacterial DNA, which may or may not be significantly oftentimes sometimes, you'll see like Ra right? Yeah. Are are are and pick up bacterial. DNA that that you know let's say you ate a hamburger is a little bit. You might have a little bit interro. HEMORRAHAGIC E-COLI and it may come up on the stool test setting you have an infection from it no high but I'd rather have a test showing me lots of data and then I can use my clinical judgment to say, okay what's what's going on here so and some people don't know how to really read the test in my opinion because they over read the tax. Original context. And I think that as time goes on the stool tests are gonNA. Get better. We're going to have more clinical utility of them. An and again, we're still we're just in the infancy stage of learning about the GUT microbiome. So we we do foods, Cincinnati testing, Luton testing, soil, testing, vitamin D, The other thing about is heavy metals and there's a subset of patients who have autoimmune disease. That have heavy metals because these compounds are toxic and they are immunotoxic at very low levels. So all you have to have a toxic load of this, but it may trigger immune response. Often I've helped patients looking at their heavy metal. Oh, so we do maybe challenged testing other approach. So now we've got the data we're looking at their gut we're looking at food vitamin D we're looking at maybe look at other factors. What what do we do for these patients? How do we start to treat these patients? What does the Functional Medicine Approach? What one of the key things I always ask my patients also is the component of stress. Not that stress causes riot stress causes autoimmune but stress affects the immune system affect everything else exactly. Yeah exactly. So I always a handle on how much stress do you are you having your life and also how is your sleep? Those those two things if you're not getting good sleep and if you're under stress that's like throwing gasoline on a fire Yup and you're not GonNa fix the issue until you address a Good Circadian Rhythm and you also address a person's stress and lifestyle. Those are those are key things too because. That's not going to cure your you know your autoimmune condition but I can't tell you the number of times and I've had a patient who had an autoimmune condition that was triggered by a very stressful event a divorce loss of job loss of a child you name it and stress alone 'cause leaky gut absolutely. Yes. Yeah. Going to healthy people exactly. Absolutely. Yes. Yeah. So you know as you said, you know you address Diet and you know the low hanging fruit are things like gluten dairy sugar. Grains. Dutiful. People rains option Paleo yeah. Yeah. I I I don't even Paleo Diet for people who have significant autoimmune conditions. The AIP died I think is probably the go. That's where you eliminate gluten. Sugar, grains. Dairy and Beans. Will elected electons are another thing that potentially can play a role in some individuals causing leaky gut on nuts and seeds and eggs even or taken out. Yeah. So if you're really an extreme situation, the idea isn't to be extremely restricted your whole life but to remove all the things that are potentially trigger for a short time see what happens if your skin clears up. And that's the exit the night shades. All those things he what happens yeah. The the point of elimination diet is not to eliminate all those foods for the rest of your life because a lot of people say why can't do that? Well, I tell them. Well, let's do it for like two months and let's see what happens and it's SORTA like you know cleaning the sleighs basically decreasing the. immuno-genetic load to the immune system via the got most of your union systems in the Gar-. So when you're eating these foods, it can trigger the immune system. It can feed the bacteria on the are eating the food, but the bacteria eating the food. So sausages eliminating the food, but it's also feeding the good microbiome with he keith of Polyphenols and fibres right We talked about that earlier about the Ackerman, an acronym you. Shake, if you will using polyphenyls to increase that and it's protective type of bacteria. So again in an eventually, you can then start adding in those who it's a one food that will never add in if somebody has a gluten sensitivity like that's it and. I tell them it's Kryptonite. Don't. Don't go don't go near us. Yeah. So we do that but then not just eliminating, but then we have to repair the GUT. So and how do we do that? Well. You repair the gut use can use food also gay can be very helpful bone broth with which is high in Collagen peptides. You can also use beauty rate is one of my favorite goto things. Nowadays,.
Two Angels Petite Sirah 2017
"This. Is Dave from. SHEEP WIND DOT COM. Come and again with another one. And this one is kind of an interesting one is this a? Ten dollar one. Or is it a twenty four, a gallery one? And the answer is depends on where you by. The. Angels. Petite Surat twenty seventeen, which I picked up at Costco. For Nine Ninety nine. You go elsewhere. Check the Internet out and it's selling for twenty, three, twenty, four, twenty, five. So it's like this is a ten dollar wine or is this the upscale wide? It's a petite derived from the Red Hills Aba in lake. County Lake County is due north of Napa Valley. And it's On the end of clear lake up there up about two thousand feet or more. From The Becker Mecca. Famous. Mountains I'm not quite sure where. But. It's high elevation, which is interesting. It's got You know the lakes helping things spot canucks soils. Really Cool. Groin area. It's one hundred percents. nine months in French Oh, twenty percent new. Is this deep dark rich bulbs, Bisi. Why it's kind of funny I'm drinking on a hot and sticky. August nights in the mood. A bit out of place but in about three weeks when it cools down at night. It's going to be just the wine you're looking for. And it's big bold. It's both silky smooth events ICS got tons of spies. Yeah And like I said, is this a one? There's this twenty, four dollar one. It's it's rich extracted. It's got a lot of flavors. Usually like the Tannin's and the acidity talk about that. But there's so much flavor they take back sheets everything that's going on. Off The teeth Sarah's kind of a weird grip kind of explain that a little bit. Back in the eighteen hundreds late eighteen hundreds, France at all sorts of problems with Pest and disease in vineyards, and when you're having problems with wine and France, it's a big problem. And the Sarah Grapes? Enron valley we're having some problems. So man named Europe. But Together With I think person? I'm it's a great that I think might be extinct nowadays or just almost never planet. To kind of create this hardy. Healthy. Sarai substitute. And by the time he did. The problems in the vineyard solved the no one wanted the. Ceron. Somehow showed up in Australia where it's called the roof. And California, and it wasn't a big wine from California until lately. It's everywhere. If you grab the Zinfandels, probably got some Petite Saran there and In other if you grab a red wine, it's the hidden member the. Used to. Flavor you. Come to expect. It always gives the wine a little bit of a boost unexpected boost. The teat psoriasis come into his own. This is a really, really nice petite up. that. If you feel like going upscale spend some money, well, you can go to any other store you want to. But if you want to spend ten bucks, go to COSCO and if you don't have a membership card, you talk to your neighbor does. Toss him twenty bucks or so and promise to share it with them. Drum breakdown. And you're in luck in I don't know what to say about this wine then it tastes great. Spice it's a big red wine. You like big boy red wines a big girl red I don't want to be. I don't WANNA be. Hurt anyone's feelings.
Psoriasis on The Rise Due to Quarantine Stress
"I. Just read this really interesting study. This was published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology so there was a survey of people with psoriasis in China during the covid nineteen pandemic there and the quarantine, and they found that that resulted in people, psoriasis, having negative effects on both their skin, their skin condition the. The psoriasis and their mental health, so part of the problem was that people weren't working, so they didn't have money to to pay for a lot of their psoriasis treatments, but a corrected for that, and they still found that there was a impact from the pandemic and the thinking. Is that It was partially because people weren't having outdoor access, and they were more stressed, and that's what you know played up the psoriasis. I feel like this is something we'll be talking about with our guest in the interview. So if that's intriguing to you definitely keep listening through the interview. another news item earlier, this spring, America's first native American beauty brand opened in window rock Arizona with a storefront I should say all of its employees are from the Navajo nation and the company beauty makes skincare and makeup I actually read about this company to feature in beauty. Independence linked to that on the blog but I love how the owner. Her name is a sake bottle of France SASSARI and she describes the products this way, which is just I just like smiling when I read this, the quotas quote our skincare line is ninety eight percent botanically based gentle yet effective life is already complicated, and my goal is to make sure our products are uncomplicated easy to use. Preach preach preach, preach, preach US ocoee Bois. I'm excited to see this brand. I'm going to order some so I can try it out, but for now just an interesting news.
Now we are living like people with Autoimmune Diseases
"And I think I speak on behalf of most of my fellow bay area residents when I say that living like this has taken a while to get used to it but it's actually a glimpse into the daily lives of many people who suffer from immune disorders like HIV aids and some cancers who were also as it happens among the most vulnerable to dying of the virus KQED's Laura Clive ins has that story massage therapist Candace Palmer Lee lives in a suburb northeast of San Francisco her daily routine it may sound familiar I'm careful about door handles I always put my sleeve over my hand or right touch things with my elbow instead of my fingers if I go into an urgent care clinic I'm wearing my mask and I don't touch anything and I'm constantly washing my hands the palm really hasn't been doing this for just a few weeks she's been doing it for more than a year that's because she has a rare auto immune disease that among other things weakens her lungs in my support group we joke that allow you know everybody else is finally living the way we live every day to control her illness she takes two medications that suppress her immune system Dr Paul volberding runs the aids research institute at the university of California San Francisco he says that millions of Americans have weakened immune systems damaged by viruses like HIV or suppressed by medications for conditions like asthma psoriasis and rheumatoid arthritis being in a compromised might not so much increase your likelihood of getting infected with something like code nineteen but it might make the outcome of that infection much worse just a few days ago Palmer Lee found out she has a corona virus well I'd say my stomach dropped out Palmer Lee's been sick and stayed home for the past few weeks she thinks she's through the worst of it but will remain under quarantine with her
Possible Symptoms of Autoimmune Disease
"Today show is called possible symptoms of autoimmune disease based on the rest of our show from last week about thyroid problem. So we're going speak a little bit about thyroid. Problems turning into autoimmune things. We're also going to talk about some other auto immune issues and the possible signs and symptoms that you're headed towards auto immune disease so with that getting started. We've got a ton of questions at the end again. Thank you so much for writing in to us in giving this those world. Try our best. Well Dr Elissalde tries best to answer them and We'll see if we can inform you and get you a little more educated because you guys out there learning so much coming back in quoting as things we've taught you and we're just so proud of our students here so Dr Lewis. Can you tell us a little bit about auto immune issues and why? They are so prevalent in this day and time it seems everyone has won a Can ramble on that for quite a while. You know one of the things. I'd like to say though. Yes you've learned a lot but it's not what you know it's what you do. What you do is by far more important. I'd rather have a not very well educated patient that just follows instructions because they always get better results Speaking of that and I'll let you get back to that. You're talking about a patient patients. They get good results. Do and what you do. We had a lady that came in for You know we run low cost lab work here for those people that don't know what we do and then in in about three months we run it again just to see how things are coming along and what. We change with the products Our last patient of the evening walked in our store last night and I said your lab results just came back and I just need to compare them again she. She had run her lab. I think it was about four months ago. I lab looked pretty high risk of heart attack and a whole bunch of other flags on the lab and really scared her pretty pretty bad and she was so diligent in keeping up with the program we gave her. I mean you saw like clockwork. She never ran out of any of the products she never said. Hey how about I take one of these off and just get these few. She did everything we told her to do and When I showed her lab last night just briefly I said Oh by the way your chance of heart attack and stroke. That was currently high is now in the in the low range non-existent All your digestive issues are are are corrected. All the flags that were on. There were totally God. Immune system was way better and she started crying and I said I did. I do something wrong. And she said no she said I needed to hear this so bad she said I cannot believe that in a few short months that you have totally reversed all of this. She said I had another functional medicine. Doctor that I was with for over a year and he tried and tried to get my heart risk down and he could never do it and I said well you know it wasn't us that was doing it. Yes it was our knowledge but it was her participation at it like Dr Lewis said. She totally trusted what we told her to do. And she did the work and That it made me cry. We were all up there all crime for different reasons so I just wanted to pass that along. You're absolutely right. Yeah and and you know the other functional medicine doctors very good very competent but You know they're also playing with hormone replacement therapy and I'll tell people wanna see you know. Go to your MD or do for that if you want that. And there's a caveat for everything There's there's certain risk no matter what you do so you know. I I tell people all the time. This is not Alternative to good medical care but it's certainly very very complimentary so out on the end diseases you know. Some people just bigger. Oh well if I just removed this. Everything goes away your part of the plan. Some some people's College for four hours and you got to remove the toxins that organisms or the harmful foods There's essential oils. That can actually help with that. To help. Kill some of the noxious bacteria in the In Gums and down in the GI track. We use some of those Cappella ACID oversee Help fight yeast and most of us have too much of that going on. The reason is is because we have a society that has The farmers have been compensated for growing corn and soybean and then they're genetically modified. That's not necessarily a good thing. Then then we have food. That has Antibiotics in it sometimes growth hormones the antibiotics and our food and just the pesticides can just cause all kinds of problems with the microbiome of the Gut. Which that's Worthy Immune System Resides for the most part so remove the toxins or organisms. Found out. You know what it is. There's it's usually just dairy wheat. Excuse me I keep having this bronco stuff. But it's not nearly as bad as used to be Darrien weights. The top two chocolate comes in usually third-place which bothers me a lot but the dark chocolates. Not Nearly as offensive coffees and Eric can be nut served. Citrus fruits outs and people. So but you doc you talk about going gluten free. Oats don't have gluten in it. Well what if it's grown in the field where they used to grow wheat so gluten can be a big problem and it depends on the condition for you know for example? Migraines it's usually wait seventy eight percent of the time then in oranges and eggs come in second and third but for Coladas or IBS. It's dairy wheat. Chocolate coffee is different things but dairy and I'm not against dairy if it's raw milk and still has a good bacteria in it but going gluten free is is made a big difference for many people. But you know depending on the conditions if you have psoriasis. The first thing I would suspect is a nightshade sensitivity. Pepper cloves nutmeg Sometimes the nuts can't do that sometimes artificial flavorings. There's so many possibilities. That is hard to figure this out so you know that's why I tell people yet. Try the most common ones but more importantly Let's go to reoccupy the guts with the good bacteria. That's very very important. But that's not even going to work unless you replace the digestive enzymes because digestive enzymes have an immune boosting effect. That's actually it maximizes itself. When the blood is alkaline is but that's kind of an over-simplification isn't it? True you know the auto immune things haven't hasn't there been a rise in it that there's a lot of people getting it Has Something to do with losing some of the bacteria in the colon. That should be there. That's not anymore. I think it's worse than it was five or ten years ago. Or maybe God just sends us more people because we're a little bit more intelligent or better educated Than we used to be so yes. I think in common but at least more and more people with autoimmune thanks for coming to us in Macau partner. I'll tell ya I don't trade it unless it's connected to the musculoskeletal system but you know if the cells are going bad you've got metabolic syndrome or diabetes or whatever it it's adversely affecting those sales it's adversely affecting the sales that Come at well the muscles and the skeletal system so it it if you fix when you fix the other. The main thing is use the power in the body to do that and so yeah. I think it's the lack of bacteria and I take several different types of products. I think it's very important and I've said this for years. That people have over sanitized the biggest Ingredient in the hand sanitizer paranoia. I don't do that and there's nothing wrong with good bacteria that come out of the soil. I don't wash the Heck Outta my organic carrots. You know rent some. There's studies kids that have dogs and cats have greatly reduced allergies because their body has been exposed to and and their good bacteria in the soil. Unless the crops or ground on conventionally farmed You know because it has the N. p. k. and has the glyphosate etcetera go to your local organic farmer. I promise you it's worth a little bit of bonus that they charge extra for that sometimes. It doesn't even cost extra but it's really worth it. Well in old days didn't a lot of the people eat. Dr Like you know during the time of hippocrates at all that didn't they actually eat dard I mean I know a and now we have you know bat dirt but If it was organic dark that they tried to get a little bit of Dart on their food just so they'd be healthier.
"psoriasis" Discussed on Art Beauty
"A suppository and you said that that's actually one of the best ways to get your CBD. I do tell truly I truly believe that. So okay so the China would. That's in the in the most diplomatic way to say it. Just say it to so yeah right so basically can you take a simple dettori. It is the second best way to take it off and injecting it directly into your bloodstream. Brian to don't recommend main lining anything of course of course but So when you when you when you put a supposedly corey inside your Your you have a lot of very rich. In juicy blood vessels wickedness so what happens is a supposedly dissolved and those rich nestle start to absorb it really quickly. The other thing about that is is you don't have to it doesn't have to bypass fuel So you're taking a capsule or an edible or even when you're putting it onto your town a proportionate will three Paseo live at after essentially metabolize it and work to get it to your bloodstream. When you put it in your? It doesn't have to do that so it happens. Really quickly and your body doesn't as much away so when you're putting through Gi track it's thrown away in your something. It's it's thrown away when your stomach. It's throwing away in your intestine and then at stornoway again only were once you put it into your button. None of those things happen. It goes directly into your web strain green and you get the food shortage so Ryan. I know you said you had done a deep dive of the website which by the way for everybody at home is mellow daily. ELITE DOT com. That's M. e. l.. No W daily Dot Com and you were really excited because you said you saw the suppositories corral many. How many did you order so my question to you is as I already had started doing that? I already started. I already already started putting it there for many reasons as a gay man for Hungary for relaxation accession before it was like before during and after honey so lately absolutely so at the end of the road mellow Loyd buttons because I want to start thinking about broadening absolute. I love it. I love another way. For my girlfriend's to transition to anal I'm so excited Akwei Acquai- yes birth control. Let's move on. So that's not move on because Ryan you brought up an interesting point for people who are considering You know a no sacks. Is this something that helps to relax. Not only your nerves about it which you don't want to be claiming tight right but but also maybe to actually relax. The muscle is does. Yeah one hundred percent so so we pull the millions because obviously we want to encourage bottoming on the folks you know Hetero sex by donal into cross or anal intercourse. But it's with the by because what's actually happening is Can Slough relaxing area. They will they will promote blood flow to that area which will help stimulation They will also help to slow everything downs. So if you know you have image Shula ejaculation situations or anything like that. Actually slow everything down a little bit. So it's various reasons of very good sexual the health products and that is why we actually frankencense in it because Franken sent says is a natural antibacterial. So you know all of that down there can be quite factoria heavy end so that it's very Clean Product Coconut Oil Oil and Frankencense. He had no problems. I didn't either frontier back. Oh you can also put it like into your vagina as well absolutely. Yeah absolutely. It comes of labor patient. You leave it in for like ten to fifteen same minutes you get busy on the be intimate with your partner massage. Whatever you need to do and then ten minutes later you can play right game day? I'm adding a MAG right now. Put it in the bag and all that I did not know this existed until I took the deep dive on your website and I was literally La. Yes 'cause my was literally using tincture really. Yeah so there's nothing wrong with doing that it would just blow out. It wouldn't stay in that position brothers. It's not my first Rodeo. But you know I keep it so at the end of the day I would figured it out but now I don't have to. It's just like SUV. made it so easy. I'm so easy. I cannot wait while Tom Ridge. One thing I will say keeping in the fridge That they nice and call. It can be a little bit like today's when you put them in because it's called Better cold his better for your muscles and true to work it in and start cold is always better are there. Are there products the standout depositories or something that you probably won't find in you know the local store I mean I think I think when you when you look at mallow and you look at the products that I stand behind old products on the side truly I think anytime you come to me. You can trust that products a complete bessette so so we make sure that every single product on the site has a tiny lab tests which basically means that you can understand not just the ingredient in the product that you can actually also also Sadiq inevitably profile. I think that's really important. You can trust it. We have a report from a bed. Patty lab tests. That says it has this much. CD to snatch much thc all that stuff. We also do not have any products that have pesticides also wants to. They really clean. So when you're ingesting these things the create anything that's going to cost majestic your body I also think it's really important as a kind of official one but I think they need to be pretty as yeah and you need to be able to lead them on the show having visited you. Don't WANNA be like. Oh my God I could've put that away. You know you wanNA leave it out. Its Way I have this up right now. So if you're watching You'll see the mellow sea salted caramel and this was the sample that I brought home. I took it that night and had the best night's sleep and I said to my husband the next day. I'm buying like eighteen boxes and he said you better wait and find out if you can od the on it. Because he's right. I wish I could just take one of anything CARAMEL candy. They're delicious now and he was like what happens when you eventually eat five. Live which you will but I guess yeah I I agree. I agree with that. I would say so the camels to May I think that's such a sophisticated hated flavor to. I don't know if you noticed that they've got a very. It's almost a rich and indulgent caramel flavor. It's not it's not your standard. It's it just hurry and LUSCIOUS I. It's it's not just as day thing it's also carols like I can't stop eating myself. She would you believe. I actually tested at once in eight an entire box because I want it to be over and all that happened was I had a great place like. Oh my gosh if you ever need somebody to detest that kind of a desert tree overdoing it. You know who to call and Mom Lynn. Sending you a box of these for Valentine's Day are delicious into what else let's see we've got some vapes some oils out. I guess you look at this. You've got your favorite section. We do. I would say so. One of the keep products on here that I love is the bathrooms. We actually just featured as well on preventing does yesterday and they're really cute married couple that I just adore on. They have such a wonderful story. H But this is a really interesting product as well because it's very clean has which Hazel in which is very soothing to the body's going back to psoriasis. This could be a really interesting thing the people who suffer from summarizes. You put it in the bathtub getting a ball. It's got two hundred milligrams of CD in it. It's very high strength. Brought up the other thing that people don't I think about is when you in CD. It also goes inside Your Regina and your bottom right so you absorb there as well and people don't think about that's not just a transdermal layer of your skin. It's absorbing it it's also those areas so this is another product that I think is really good for recovery and healing it. Can it also be a sexy time. You know you can get a little bit of time with your partner Yup I would totally do a suppository dropped this tub jump in for the ten fifteen get it going inside outside rock and roll instead to I loved it there was two hundred milligrams Napa. I've never seen it that high So that's really cool. Sounds that out. Sometimes when it's like fifteen to thirty Mike that like what are you doing but that really that just set you guys again. You've set yourself apart from quite a bit. Congratulations really really spectacular or site diving and again if people want to know more about this if they wanna try the products themselves you can do that at mellow. Daily Dot Com. That's it's an M. E. L. L. O. O. D. A. I L. Y.. Dot Com Veronia. Thank you so much for coming on if people want to reach Out To you. Is there a place that they can find you. Yeah you can just email may baroni at mellow daily Dot Com or you. Just follow us us on instagram. So instagram handle is mellow daily. CB Day and just the Emma will pretty much respond quickly. Thank you and everybody nobody at home. You know as I said in the beginning of this podcast we brought Baroni on today as in reaction to an email that we received it from one of you. So if you've got questions if you want us to ask Baroni or find other experts you can always do that. Hello at art beatty. PODCAST DOT COM. You can also or find us on instagram and facebook at art beat podcast and check us out on our new handle our youtube page. WWW DOT ww dot youtube dot com slash our liberty. I won't get days one of these jack various sky so sorry but at the end of the day we were always GonNa see you next Tuesday I buy..
Trump Says Trade War With China Could Drag On
"President trump sent a shockwave through the markets after announcing a trade deal with China might make more sense after the twenty twenty on election then early this morning as we started squawk box the markets reversed course and indicated to open higher on a Bloomberg report. That people familiar with the matter said the. US and China China are getting closer to agreeing on the amount of tariffs that would be rolled back in a phase one trade deal. This is all happening while. President trump is in London for the seventieth anniversary of NATO's founding and let's get back to Becky I guess there's a lesson from the last twenty four hours. It's every trade headline could swing things in one direction or the other markets gets are watching this waiting to see what happens as we get closer to that December fifteenth deadline for win. Additional tariffs are expected to go on. If there's not a trade deal that's reached yesterday. Yesterday was A little bit of a rough session for stocks the Dow at one point following more than four hundred points before closing down by two hundred and fifty points. That's just worst day since early October. And that tells you a little bit about where we've come in these markets the idea that a one percent pullback. We haven't seen that in over two months. How are we hitting new highs for two three months up to thirty one day or so on the SNP? But I think a lot of that was built on the assumption that you would see if not some trade deal that was done. Additional tariffs on our back to that. We're back we're GONNA supposedly according to this person who knows which persons which campus which we're going to have something by December fifteen th and there will be additional tariffs anyway anyway when it was all said and done we have a two day. One wasn't caught call market trauma. Let's at one point. One point nine percent point nine for all time is one percent for the year one point nine percent down from all time by the way much needed needed it. It's good thing overall. I need more Shaka tree is a what is this. This is not even a I don't know this is like a hangnail. Look equity even psoriasis. Equity exposure exposure has been optimistic for the entire year. You have a friendly fed. That's underneath the market. That's supporting the market. Anytime cautious optimism evolves into extreme stream optimism which over the last couple of weeks. It seems to have. It's good if you temper. That enthusiasm have a little bit of a pullback in the market because that leads you to the next road higher. Let's get the latest trade buzz from Jeffers in Washington who was it. Amen was up from our side and it was at the the more Eh wasn't Navarro. Probably have you think it was Mnuchin or something the source for this Bloomberg piece that we're all talking about this morning yes you know. There's like three senior administration officials who do tend to talk not sure I can name exactly which senior administration officials Bloomberg but they're saying. US China move closer or to trade deal Despite heated rhetoric so that gives you a sense that we might be getting halfway there but a lot of these reports have been giving you the sense that we're getting halfway there and halfway there and halfway there as you know you can go halfway there forever without actually getting there so not clear what this necessarily means. The president is in London then where he has been making headlines about trade during the course of the week a lot of complexities on the global stage here for the president to sort through in London and will watch for those relationships during the course of the day today as we see these further bilateral meetings between the president and European leaders and whether we get any indication from any of those where any of these trade negotiations between the US and the European countries or the US and China where any of that is going to land. Joe There. I guess ascribing some some of president trump's comments or not ascribing but describing them as not necessarily policy but sort of speaking just off the top of his head. That's what we're hearing about the COP off. The COP does a lot of off-the-cuff does he does. And you know in in the way does it. You gotTa Love It. It's like I'm thinking that but I'm not going to say but right after he said it. which is it's just? It's kind of funny question yesterday. I don't want to answer that question. And then he answered the question he did Eh. Makoni is pretty funny to you. GotTa admit where he goes. That was the biggest non-answer you know your. That's why you're such a good politician because you really don't say tense meeting between Emmanuel Macron and big handshake Sanchez to write a squeezy handshake from down to one hundred percent taxes on two point. Four billion worth of French goods will make a relationship a little still thinking thinking about that. Can you still get. I still get French onion soup without without a terrorist. We're so we're GONNA in front of. Ah French fries. Though I saw another potatoes are getting smaller. I saw that today. I don't know whether it's climate change whether it. Hey Ain't you really concern me with getting getting halfway there and then halfway the halfway there because that's asymptotically analysis you will never get there. You realize that you can see where you're you're trying to get and you get closer to eat within a millimeter of getting there. But then you're only by two. Yeah you'll never ever get there. Let's just hope you're wrong about that. I mean that's the question is are we getting. There does indicate some underlying reality or are these just officials sort of talking to reporters on the on the sly one thing that's obscured scared with all the back and forth the Mnuchin wing that Navarre wing is. Is there a deal on the table for the taking if we wanted it right now is there takeoff on the tariffs and buy some. You'll score is that. Is that deal on news. That skinny deal on the table right. I mean it seems like the Chinese would would agree to buy something from the US in exchange for the US holding off on tariffs the question is how many what tariffs and which which of the tit. For Tat responses responses during the course of the year will be rolled back at what time that is much more complicated negotiation but you could imagine that the US was willing to roll back all of its tariff. Eric increases the Chinese would buy some goods call today. But that's not what the president got in this for. That's not what he wants. But let's get to Eunice you in Beijing for the trade bus from China just outlined launched in a bid on what you guys were discussing with aim on that Bloomberg report just based on on versus in China has said they are already thought that they we had an agreement on Tariffs Robak over a month ago. Our about a month ago. I know that's when the commerce ministry if you remember had said that there there is going to be a phase out of these tariffs and said it quite quite a proudly then the next day president trump head backed act away from it. So I think it's probably worth taking this latest report with a grain of salt until the until we actually we see hit
Combatting Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
"Alcoholic Fatty liver. Diseases is more prominent now than any of those other your liver conditions. I know so this is a scary thing right. Yeah Yeah and basically What it is is it's a fatty liver and non alcoholic fatty liver disease? It's kind of an umbrella. Term for a spectrum of different chronic liver conditions conditions. And basically what it is. It's it's when the there's an excessive accumulation of fat in the cells of the liver and and the reason why the term non alcoholic fatty liver disease is used is because it's happening people who do not consume alcohol. It says it's it's the exact same type of disease as psoriasis of the liver which is caused by excessive alcohol consumption except it's happening and people who don't drink drink alcohol such as children. Oh my so. So why is that happening right. What so what what? The science is showing. Is that sugar and specifically fructose and it could even come from refined carbohydrates being broken down into sugar in the body that when there's a an excessive amount of sugar to deal with the liver the the main one of the main roles of the liver aside from detoxifying vying everything that comes through our bloodstream. Another one of its main roles is to Deal with sugar like you know. We're either the liver is either going to send that sugar out to the rest of the cells in the body for them to use for energy. Because that's what mainly mainly what sugar or what we call glucose for if there's an ex more glucose that can be used for energy at any one time that glucose circulates back to the liver and the liver Does one of two things with it. It can convert it into a compound called glycogen which is a way to store the glucose for short term and then be able to bring it out again and use it for energy but then when there's even when when glycogen storage is full in it's not it's a limited capacity so can only hold so much when it's full. The rest of the glucose has to get converted into fat And oftentimes you know some of that. Fat goes to other parts of the body to the other fat cells everywhere in every other part of the body however a lot of it. Kinda in a stays and accumulates in the cells of the liver and then what happens is y it creates injury to the liver. Cells is because it starts starts to kind of crowd out and literally choke the cells of the liver to death o'malley Creating something called. He Paddock necrosis process which is basically death of liver cells. Oh Mine and that's what. Psoriasis is. When the cells deliver start dying So so it's a pretty serious thing and we know it's linked now to high-fructose Corn Syrup consumption and high carbohydrate consumption especially refined carbohydrate One thing to note route is that fructose is a different kind of Simple sugar in the liver. It gets converted into glucose so it's just another form. I'm of sugar. It's and in the liver. It's you know it's got up it. Fructose goes directly to the liver. So it's like an even more of an insult rather than glucose host going to deliver first and then all the cells for energy. Fructose goes to deliver directly first and then gets dealt with their first. It doesn't go out the rest of the cells so so taxing on those very taxing. Yeah it's a little bit of fructose is okay. It's you know it's kind of the body's can the design to deal with that but when it's an excessive amount it's it's toxic. It's a very big burden on the liver so that's why this is happening earnings so Now one of the things that were were seeing. Is You know basically what happens is there's a couple of things sometimes sometimes the When fatty liver and his is in it's kind of earlier stages and the fats? Just kind of accumulating in the liver and it's not causing damage yet yet That's the early stage and we kind of say that that sort of more like the you know there's no real like cirrhosis happening in the liver and you can deal with it at that earlier stage it can. We can take dietary measures them. We can intervene. Yeah exercise and that type of thing when it starts progressing going into the more serious form of cirrhosis then it is called has a different name. It's called non-alcoholic St Outta Hepatitis Addis or NASA H Nash And in that sit in that situation the accumulation of fat causes severe inflammation that damages the liver cells and that's what leads to the scarring And impairing liver function so now your liver you know. It does a lot of things one of of the biggest things as I mentioned that it does it it. It's a filter and it a it creates a lot of enzymes to help us detoxify everything even even even caffeine. You know when you drink a cup of coffee tea or chocolate or whatever. There's caffeine in their caffeine has to be broken down in the liver to to in order to kind of remove it from the body So something as simple as that versus something like the pollution that you're exposed to Medicare you take the all get dealt with in the liver to break them down into nontoxic Basically metabolites that are flushed out of the body. Normally that's the normal situation when the liver is Impaired in any way then those things happen and then you have build up of toxicity in the body so you become septic yes philly you die. I mean over time this can occur right from the liver not being able to do what. It's exactly so so to to think that this is happening in children now is it. It's hard to to consider that this is what's going on so So order so so. What are some things that we can do to remedy some of this so So one of the you know in in addition to removing refined find carbohydrates from your diet increasing vegetable and fruit intake There's an a an ancient herb called milk thistle That has been used for thousands of years to treat liver disorders anything from Hepatitis to just overall general liver healing and cleansing so It's a very liver supportive herb And it's really interesting because it has compounds in that that can literally like kind of like regenerate the the healing of the cells in the liver so if there's damage that's not too far gone It can help it in fact it has even been shown in with people. Who are alcoholics? Even those who are on a waiting list for a liver transplant ends plant or people who have hepatitis that it exp- first of all taking milks us. All in supplement form can extend their life Extend their ability to wait for that liver transplant. And then once the liver transplant is done. It also extends their life expectancy see for after the transplant. So it's a pretty amazing
Safe Sunscreen Alternatives
"Hi Welcome to the show I'm your host. Samantha Leigh Right. The essential oil revolution is the place to go to learn about all things essential oil and health today however we are going to take a slight departure to focus Chris on a topic that I'm really passionate about and that is non toxic. sunscreen consumer awareness in general is super important. I think especially especially in the sunscreen industry. Now the interviewee that I have on the show. Today is an expert when it comes to natural sunscreen. Alternatives says he didn't know a lot about essential oils. Though so I wanted to dig up some essential oil information I could share with you all in regards to son health. Alf and here's what I found. There's a great article from a website called living pretty naturally dot com up linked to that in the show notes if anyone wants to read the entire hire article but some information. I pulled from there that I thought was really interesting. was that red. Raspberry oil is a pretty close. Ah quivalent to the protection you receive from titanium dioxide found in most mineral sunscreens Scott an SPF range of about twenty. When he eight to fifty depending on the oils quality the essential fatty acids and host of antioxidants in this oil are also great for other skin healing purposes including EXA and psoriasis Red Raspberry seed oil protects against UV A. N. The raise also another oil to note about in this is a true essential oil? I think Red Raspberry seed oil isn't technically in essential oil but carrot seed essential oil is Said said to contain a high. SPF factor win diluted with a carrier oil it can have an SPF of thirty eight to forty however aside from Red Raspberry seed oil most plant oils protect only against UV rays and not also UV rays while we're on the subject of essential oils and the Sun John always be aware that citrus oils. Such as Lime Burgum oh grapefruit orange. And even Kumon essential oil have photosynthetic properties. So please don't put those essential oils on your skin that are going into direct sunlight for at least twenty four to forty eight hours now with that said our recipe today that we're pulling from the DIY. dugout comes from Brooke Brown in Boone North Carolina. She's on Instagram at rookie. Rookie Mama Brown. And her recipe is called the after son. Spray to make the after son spray in a glass spray bottle combined. Four ounces of rosewater two to fifteen drops of lavender essential oil in one to two drops of peppermint essential oil shake well before each use and spray on skin. That's been out in the sun for a bit too
Clear Skin Secrets With Dr. Pimple Popper
"Of you know Dr Pimple Popper from her her youtube channel like you mentioned Carleen got over five million subscribers on there and her instagram has three point five million followers like yeah. I think we should watch video right now Joel. Can you do it. It's okay is the task okay. I've loaded the page for her Youtube Channel. I've sorted the videos by most popular popular still images. I just shock okay so forty. Six million views is this most popular video. It's called dilated pore of winer. The top three are this big dilated pore of winer and so I looked up with that means in dilated pore winer winer is essentially a large solitary open commodore slash blackhead dead skin cells get trapped and help widen the poor and it plugs up the opening putting the expression of this plug squeezes out the mass rated white care and cells from the deeper portion of the poor so these look like pencil eraser size black heads yeah yeah. It looks like there's a spider. Living in there are no joke okay so it's a giant blackhead extracted an eighty five year old accompanied by daughter okay. I've I've clicked on it. I don't know if I can watch us. I don't know if I can watch this. I don't know if I can watch this okay. Oh my God air comes the needle own painful God mcchord. What's okay what what was. What part are needle going into it when eight sweater over the water? It's saving me this. Oh my God there's this this is just the Nina whatever it is just saline local anesthetic. This is one poor honestly feel sick day. Oh you really want to keep going. I've got the sweater over my eyes so I'm just listening watching watching it through the Kashmir. Oh she's about to pop. I can't at one thirty my God. She tried to loosen it up. What is this now to the tool. Is it like Tom Caesar's. I had to look away. You guys all night yet. It's breaking off in pieces of God but it's like dry. Hey it's not bloody visit dirt in God. I just saw came out holy off Hannah. There's the planet okay it's out. It's out winter skin me Carleen. Do you know what one poor God can. Warm came out of there. I'm Oh my God. Did she get along so Dr. Sandra lease rise to fame was really kind of accidental. Yeah she was just posting these kind of random videos on youtube extracting black heads extracting whitehead's Whitehead's and to very little fanfare and we can get the exact media outlet from her bed. I know it went for she went from like five thousand subscribers on Youtube to like eighty thousand subscribers on youtube within one week and then just like the floodgates opened with media requests. That's how TLC found her to get our show Joe. I don't think she had any intention of ever going on television. She's very serious dermatologists. Her father was a terminal yeah. She's got like insane surgical skill skill. She has her own line of skin care which makes all kinds of sense. It's called S. L. MD skin-care by Sandra Lee and the one thing that's really unique about her offering offering is that unlike Dr Dennis Gross Dr Murad Dr Brandt these lines that are at Sephora frankly quite an investment. Her Line is direct to consumer since since twenty seventeen but most recently at target these acne products range in price from twenty five to fifty US dollars so that's quite accessible so in today's as episode you're GonNa find out what really works to get rid of adult hormonal acne the do's and don'ts of extracting milia suspicious elements every single thing. I'm having to do with acne. We are going to do our best to get to in today's episode and I know that you've suffered from acne or soften. The past bombed when you realized realized you couldn't be entirely says so sad very very upset but you and I worked together on these questions and so I yeah like I'm getting all of my questions answered right girl yeah so let's get into it here. She is Dr Pimple Popper right here on breaking beauty podcast so your youtube channel has over a billion views is the rebe three and a half billion views. That's unbelievable crazy. Did you ever imagine action as a dermatologist that this could happen. No I mean if you were told me. The started about almost is five years ago. If you had told me that I would be known as Dr Pimple Popper and that I would have a show and have this reach. That's international cherish. What is what social media makes it I would have said you were insane. I mean that that sounds ridiculous. It's from pimple. Papa Man is what makes it ultimately. Lee Ridiculous you know and a lot of people do struggle with with acne and especially I think at a young age it it's hormonal and all that and have you paid attention. I mean you're more of a scientist for sure. But have you noticed this acne. Positively that's in the air and I pay attention to social media would you. What's your take on that. I think it's wonderful I mean I think that that's part of to what my television show and what I try to do. In My my social media I mean I just just just like last week. I had a big hit on my forehead. It's still still while there's one new one coming apple my gosh. I've been wearing a lot of make us a couple of days. I think that's part of it but but you know I show that I myself as a dermatologist. Get sets and I think that's important to see because you know again. There's a pushback here because we're going to this end of everything being filtered and everybody looking showing their most amazing south and we are all we all do it some extent it starts to weigh on a lot of us in this people who take it very seriously you know they they take it very heavily so it's really nice to bring that back and say you know hey and that's the show does to you know people have these huge. You know one of the things I hear. People say more than anything else how why do these people why why this person wait so long. How could they have walked around with this or or we see people with really pretty common. Skin conditions like psoriasis that takes over your whole body you know or really bad acne so you shouldn't judge by the armor or that you are the skin that you were. I suppose yeah and it's important to show that because in makes us all at least hopefully it helps people feel better about themselves yeah now there is just an absolute slew of products at their for Acne from my own experience. I'm I'm beyond this now but when I was a teenager are the type of acne that I had was right on my chin mainly and sometimes in the crevices of my nose and it just get these giant. Whitehead's like one in her two of them and you know I definitely struggled with that and I found it was embarrassing and I tried to cover them up. They're just worse and for me. I I found that no matter what products I used the only thing that made it go away eventually was when I went on the birth control pill and when I grew out of it in my my hormones changed in your opinion. Are there things you can really do to get rid of acne when it's hormones well. Acne is pretty much. All all the main reason that exists is because of hormones I would say that it's two-part hormones and genetics genetics tied into hormones because he knows the type of skin that you're born with a type of skin that you've been passed down to you so genetics is more if you have really oily complexion if your parents have been more prone to acne. You're more likely going to to be have have acnes well. Hormones has everything to do with acne and that is why we get it primarily while we're teenagers because that's when the hormones are raging the most but also why women tend to get it more so than men throughout their life and it tends to be on a monthly cycle basis because because it's a change in our hormones and that's why medicines that adjust our hormones can help with acne. That's why sometimes people get pregnant pregnant. Their acne clears up more when you are on both birth control or also. There's another product called Al Dactyl or spiritual lockdown which is an aunt has an anti androgen affect. It's a pill that you can take to that also helps to sort of because all of us have testosterone on us is even females and so allow higher level that can certainly cause a more of a breakout actually especially in the Chin area and you're like the mandible distribution so that's why why we have medicines that actually specifically target and they do work well. We're I mean obviously there's so many medications out there and
How Does Smoking Affect Your Skin?
"<hes> <hes> we are going to be talking about smoking and how it affects you skin. I mean it's pretty self explanatory that it's not very good volume volume <hes> but we're going to kind of go into it because you know those. Things are always going to give you wrinkles. It was like a ninety sink to say <hes> but actually actually rings true. When it comes to smoking it will make your mouth a little ball other if anybody would like to see the footage of amy making a math athletic bum hole and do you look our i._t. T._v. behind the scenes yet there it is there it is oh mm-hmm so shall we charge at home is darling before we start ri- dis stuff right now now. I don't smoke was samir cigarette. I don't remember scholley must remain. I know genuine remember last share this year this year. The shia at lot point to all of listeners have never had a cigarette in my congratulations insist on pure half of birthday skin. I'd like you to all believe it's me. I'm now pool. I recognise times will be glastonbury. The only time i've as me he's thinks ago. I'm the only time i ever go near. A cigarette is when i'm hof cope not just pissed about a few lines <hes> somebody's there with my. I'll just have of a little bit sorry ma'am. If you're listening. She will fucking disown me smoke twenty a day. I who's regional. It's close out. She said people smoke twenty cigarettes a day. We'll smoke like four eighty two thousand ninety ridiculous like it's not the nineteen twenties anymore. I really do not see why people would smoke that much to visit yeah. Well obviously on anyway karam. Yes thanks for calling me out bitch one day. I am going to tell you that you broke glass in her bathroom and then instead of just cleaning up you put it under the bath mat. I'm sure she soon after eh so no secret in the household anymore. Snow well just to clarify. I am a nonsmoker and it was one of the it was a case of you makes while you pissed english case for low with us the case of my friends yeah. I'm addicted. I would would find it very hard to get addicted. I believe 'cause is disgusting. I hate the smell of oh yeah. Oh there was a girl i used to work with and she would go on a cigarette cigarette break and i would sit opposite and this i don't know what cigarettes you smoke in but they made a breath smell like sick oh and house. I surely actually that does not taste very nice. Oh i wouldn't dream of putting a cigarette near while sober now just couldn't do it journey. Don't tell me about how it affects your skin. Yeah a will do to lake woman am to be honest this. I don't think this will be very long. Episodes museum of the things that <hes> effects we spoke to my another episodes so he's very much touch upon different vitamins free radicals collagen <hes> and just like how how your skin is affected in terms of how is created so firstly <hes> to just quickly go through some of the <hes> chemicals are in cigarettes that i've researched the most because there's like hundreds of costner jains in the cigarettes yeah caused damage to not just skin like may may we had the we are focusing on the skin here but you've got to remember that he skipped all everybody so. What are you talking about yet about wrinkles. I mean all eva just not not just justify say so <hes> all av body <hes> and then you lips as well a quite different skin cancer because of <hes> smokin the ben bloom hell has that you could cigarette noah you lips when they look huckabee mole. Oh my what you've just reminded me. I've five seed wall. Oh god when i went to thailand a woman smoked cigarette our the foof doty does what i saw but he was yeah she'll say through some though some balloons up in the corner above me and she threw a doll and it popped the balloons and i was like hope and then she popped a ping pong ball at me and i wondered why the ping pong balls on the tables when you you went and it seems that you can yes she leads bulls in there and like when unabashed like you know like a ninja turtle mine and then just like fired them papa and a wounded why there was a ping pong bats on the tables foot long but we went in there and then i realized allies very quickly. The thai actually needed the ping pong power to protect myself from fini bowls bowls now to <hes> dissect show and this poor guy got pulled upon stage. I think he was like with a group of girls on guys so don't if one of the gospels award you expect your sexual yeah and <hes> <hes> she poor sharpie over fudge. Oh yes quoit on 'em and signed a name stor. Yeah lizzy even a hips that no god that was the guilt as well forgot she also lit some candles on the top of a birthday cake and then handed the birthday ak cow and re happy birthday to whoever the person was on a piece of paper and then held up. Honestly it was disgusting. I will never forget that place but anyway back to cigarettes and smoking and yes so i looked into of scenic teen on the way that that affects your skin is because because the nicotine which is very interesting because i want you to remember that nicotine isn't just from cigarettes. Nicotine is addictive in cigarettes. So if you vaping you might think you're all high and mighty right now with you the whole they pen bull vape nation can the nicotine patch the is still innovate. They've obviously so you would need vape and nicotine free vape to dodge maganga skin somebody in the family like quit the thought unia something all from the federal union are going to do now when won't work in one of the eight-wicket topping one of those op shops every single we all those <unk> about shop on how can i get so confused and <hes> well looking innovative up shop so if your evaporator then this also affects you even if you think doesn't nicotine shrinks the blood vessels outta mostly as skin which is the essentially what that means is that oxygen can't reach this skin cells the kind of food third this out from the inside story so if you don't get an austin t- skin then he skin cells won't be able to form properly they just went very healthy <hes> and you you just gonna end up one damage in the lesson collagen production and to you just going to be looking pretty pale. There's no blood so we've spoken before about readiness in skin and it's essentially that you blood vessels a damaged so or you blood is trying to cool you down so if the blood runs to the set of skin is to try and call oh you down and which is why when you exercise you get red yeah yeah so <hes> i is also if you get embarrassed if if he flushed quite easily is because your body's i we're gonna boiling. I'm getting really embarrassed and then you'd blood russia's tease the surf ski down danila yes so you you probably noticed a little bit sallow looking. Maybe many yellowish jaundice don't if jaundice is actually a thing when it comes to smoking but it would be that kind of just looking kim a bit poorly seem just might not look very healthy <hes> but some of the other chemicals that are in cigarettes cross it damage the last in so <hes>. That's like i say if you if you <hes> produce lesson in college and then you're going to be quite saggy and not very plump plump campi he said remember the still nicotine innovate pen so if you've chosen to vote because you think is healthy because of the tar yes that's true boy is nicotine the dommage as you blood vessels so you just have to remember that if you started vapor in to try in <hes> cut down smokin one remember vape pen doesn't tell you when you get the end of typical cigarette and who just try to like every time you buy some more liquid for ever than just by a lower nicotine dose people got the mixing patches hutches auto on those punches quite a while yeah. Just we will impose the point is the point yeah well. I guess it specified long view true true fix on yeah 'cause we're thinking from the point of view like e skin how then like bodies general health and put nicotine does affect the immune system as well so that can cause inflammation it can damage skin saga of said <hes> on this can actually all really <hes> make any psoriasis worse or can cause rice's so <hes> inflammation and a lack of skin cell growth and obviously a poor immune system kind of is not very good for your leads to nasty skin conditions like that. You actually can't get rid of what you want. No yeah <hes> <hes> i also have to say carbon monoxide ms in cigarettes and not fully block oxygen from anybody so who is not very good for you anyway. Everybody knows a carbon monoxide is poisonous and book is biproduct of smoking cigarettes and overseas awesome very good for your skin n._c._a._a. Before the streaming gets to you you blocking it then ever does get to you isn't reaching your skin and you know right. You know. We spoke about vitamin c. yet so you body <hes> doesn't actually produce vitamin c. He was sparked by the synapse owed. <hes> you have to have 'victimising die every day to have any body so orange juice. Broccoli was quite high wasn't area. <hes> leads different foods. You want to know more about that. David episode after this one of course an and in terms of vitamin c. It's really powerful until extent and if you smoke than it depletes until exton level so any victim ac- that you'll get any diet it can be really bad in terms of <hes> if you're eating leads broccoli and there's a beneficial vitamin c. Then you just kind of deplete in it if you don't have a sewer. I don't know how many cigarettes you'd have to smoke for these effects by the way <hes> not just popped into my head book. This is obviously smoking every time. I think you know what's really sad. Fact names go go smoking. <hes> depletes <hes> higher onic acid so not only going to be a bit gray bit dull looking. You're also just gonna be dehydrated. Yeah you're gonna have dry skin so to be honest. That is how smoking in fact she skin is not good for you anyway. Stay away from it. I it's just it's kind of like you said at the start quite self explanatory in question good full. I'll stop think everybody knows even smokers themselves. No is not good. I just find it so weird. When i went to america earlier in the year i was not many people smoked smoked but there was smoking areas in restaurants and it was i gonna sit and smoke mario or the non-smoking area and just obviously i think there's probably a lot of restaurants now l. but in the u._k. It's law that you cannot inside. You have to go outside and if you give outside you can't be under a covered way like you have to be completely like to fresh chef breath the same everybody else around you because obviously it's not just poisonous. Smoking yourself is poisonous being
New Report on Status of SA Women Show Some Gains Amid Troubling Violence Trends
"Major discrepancies in the report on the status of women in San Antonio. Some of these facts and figures reported in the twentieth. Nineteen report on the status of women in San Antonio really scary, especially when it comes to the issue of violence and safety women and bear county have by far the highest level of violent death by homicide of any county in Texas. As a matter of fact, our murder rate of women in bear county, one point eight per one hundred thousand that compares two point five per one hundred thousand up the road in Travis county, or more than three times, higher than Travis county and also three times, higher than Dallas county. Very, very scary statistics, San Antonio, has the highest rape rate by far of any major county in Texas, seventy five per one hundred thousand in Houston is only thirty five per one hundred thousand. Domestic violence and issue in the current race for mayor a real serious problem. The number of women murdered by mail intimate partners in bear county has been steadily increasing, and it is tripled since twenty twelve I mean, just think about that. That is just a terrifying statistic research shows violence against women is directly related to levels of gender inequality in a society and also violence affects affects women and many other ways living in fear damage to self esteem damage to their ability to grow to reach out to become entrepreneurs to all in their own businesses to invest in their lives. All of that is affected by violence against women others. They studied deaths from despair, which is a kind of an interesting catchphrase. It's used a lot these days. Women in bear county death rates per one hundred thousand by suicide whereabout average among the major counties in Texas among women. Drug induced were actually lower alcohol accidental drug overdose for lower alcohol. Induced were about average desk by chronic liver disease and psoriasis, significantly higher, in bear county than across the country. And that is just simply having a bad diet and also drinking being irresponsible than in diet and taking care of yourself. Women sixteen to twenty four years old in the San Antonio area. This is interesting. This is a positive are far less likely to be high school dropouts than males are, so at least a young girls are finishing high school. But when they go on to college, they're not majoring in the most lucrative fields twelve percent of women earn their degree in a stem field. Science technology, engineering or math in two thousand seventeen compared with thirty percent of women, and that's where the high paying jobs are obviously, we've talked a lot about the earnings gap the median. Earnings both men and women rise with the level of education, but at each educational level, meanings of men are higher than women in bear county among the most educated workers women make seventy two cents for every dollar that an educated man makes though area that we're saying the best progress is in city government. There is a push for what is called equity in city, boards and commissions. And we're getting there, there are several boards and commissions that are majority women, but there's still a lot that are one hundred percent man. We also have the lowest percentage of women on city council thirty percent of any major city in the country. As the report said, we need women's voices and shaping laws and policies, so they better reflect women's interests, and needs not to mention the fact that women are fifty three percent of the voters in bear county. So there's a long ways to go. I gotta tell you. This is not a positive study by any means we can expect a lot out of city hall in the coming year by whoever is elected mayor. To try to deal with some of these scary disparities, especially when it comes to crime and domestic violence in this
Dutch Tram Attack May Be Terrorism, Police Say
"Department Dutch. Prosecutors say terrorism remains a possible motive for yesterday's deadly shooting in the Netherlands NPR's. Psoriasis are haughty Nelson says three people were killed and several others wounded in Utrecht officials are still unclear about the motive for the shooting in Utrecht police say the main suspect at thirty seven year old Turkish immigrant did not know the victims. He was already facing a rape charge before being arrested for the streetcar attack. Police said they also have to other possible suspects in custody earlier today. The Dutch parliament held a moment of silence for those killed in the trauma tack and also for the fifty people shot to death last week at two mosques incur Christ's
How Gut Bacteria May Be Linked to Lupus
"Here's an article related to a link between the bacteria in your gut the intestinal microbiome and certain chronic diseases in this particular article has to do with lupus. Which is a systemic autoimmune disease that many of you have heard of and with any of these autoimmune diseases. It is your body's own immune system. The very thing that is supposed to keep us safe and healthy and pretty is attacking us. I tell my patients that it's a civil war inside your body with the immune system. It's like the police. Or attacking the good guys. And this particular study has found that within those people that have lupus or systemic lupus. S L E. Which causes chronic inflammation of the connective tissue involving things like your, cartilage and lining of blood vessels affecting by the way, one point five million Americans. They have found that a particular form of lupus that affects the kidneys. It's called lupus nephritis, which can be fatal. Can cause significant impairment of kidney function. They found that a certain microorganism or bacteria in the intestine was much higher. During these flares are exacerbated of lupus nephritis. And what they found is that a particular bacteria was found five times more likely. Rubino caucus nervous room in a caucus nervous in seventeen William will seventeen women that they studied. I'm sorry. Sixty one women diagnosed with lupus had five times the normal gut bacteria, then seventeen Williams similar ages and racial backgrounds that did not have lupus. So there were sixty one in the lupus category. Seventeen into control. They did not have excessive. This particular type of bacteria. And so we have known for quite a while that this imbalance of bacteria. This imbalance of the microbiome is associated with all sorts of of different diseases, everything from irritable bowel inflammatory, bowel disease, hypertension, certain heart issues. Lupus now lupus nephritis fatty liver and psoriasis. So these bacteria play a very delicate balance win we have the right amount of the good guys and the right amount of the bad guys. And there's growing evidence that a lot of these changes in the bacteria where you you. You lose the good bacteria in substituted for back. Abed bacteria is associated with what with what we eat processed foods stripped of fiber stripped of the nutrients tend to cause a shift to the more bad bacteria. So dietary fiber is key. Where do you get dietary fiber eat vegetables? There's also a fair amount of evidence that artificial sweeteners screw up these bacteria. So it's very interesting article. I posted it for those that have lupus, and maybe something for you to
Third migrant dies in Border Patrol custody in as many months
"Any illegal immigrant who was in border patrol a border patrol custody is dead. The forty five year old man died yesterday at a hospital in mcallen, Texas. He'd been diagnosed with psoriasis and congestive heart failure. He's the third. Person to die in border patrol custody. Since December the other two were children.
"psoriasis" Discussed on WLAC
"Stabilize and support healthy blood sugar levels. You can find that bit different components in it. That really really helped to clear things and don't forget to get fish oil. Also, we just don't get enough in our food supply and having a fish because the mega three fatty acids is proven in all the research to make a difference to make a difference and balancing out blood sugar levels for late two eight three seven two seven two this triple eight two eight three seventy two seventy to give us a call or go to the website. We're here for you each and every day. That's what we do here. Pretty exciting. If your psoriasis and have psoriasis de LA building up on the skin, then here's some tips because Scott skin conditions. We're seeing more and more conditions, and although we need to handle it from the outside just to get some relief pitching. Or if there's a rash or anything like that. And you want to get some relief to it. Then you've got to use some of the creams, and and things that are available. But remember most skin conditions happened from the inside out not the outside in. So you gotta tackle it. Promotes only inside. And what goes out, that's really your number one piece. Okay. Now, there's a lot of sun protection that can be given skincare habits. You wanna look at if you deal with psoriasis. Here's a couple of them. So you wanna avoid skin injuries such as next cuts and bug bites case, especially if you have super sensitive skin and one of the best ways to stop itching is to treat psoriasis. And one of the ways to do that coconut oil is amazing cooking oils highly anti fungal. So if there's any kind of bacterial fungal any kind of issue like that, then the cooking oils, very good and very supportive to that. The other thing too is one of the best ways to stop the itching is to start treating it in the gut and start helping the gut get healthy. And what I mean by that is he's like probiotics. You've heard probiotics. They put the good bacteria back in the gut. You can get them in a little pill form get our website got several on their theralac is probably the best. I've seen for probiotics. I mean, literally can only take. Get three take one a week there so potent and and just absorb in an incredible way. So I would look at that. The other key that you want to look at to you've got to be careful not to scratch it. Okay. So one of the things you don't wanna get infected and there's so much bacteria the hangs out underneath our nails. So you'd be really careful in that scratch break the skin that's one of the the major major issues you've got to look at. But but when you're looking at it from the inside out it's about clearing out yeast fungal issues, heavy metals by clearing out the inside of the gut digestive health, making sure you've got plenty of good healthy bacteria and a mega threes with psoriasis tend to be one of the big big big deficiencies. I like the oil, and I like cod liver oil because it's got vitamin a and vitamin d in it, and I think we need both. So it's important. Maybe a tablespoon today for adults teaspoon for kids putting on their weight, and again, most labels that you see we'll give you the weight difference between them. So you'll know exactly what to do. But that's a good overall routine that right there?.
"psoriasis" Discussed on WLAC
"Stabilize in support healthy blood sugar levels. You can find that bit different components in it. That really really helped to clear things and don't forget to get fish oil. Also, we just don't get enough in our food supply and having enough fish because the mega three fatty acids is proven in all the research to make a difference to make a difference and balancing out blood sugar levels, AAA two eight three seven two seven two this triple eight two eight three seventy two seventy to give us a call or go to the website. We're here for you each and every day. That's what we do here. Pretty exciting. If your psoriasis and have psoriasis de LA building up in the skin, then here's some tips because Scott skin conditions. We're seeing more and more conditions, and although we need to handle it from the outside just to get some relief pitching. Or if there's a rash or anything like that. And you want to get some relief to it. Then you've got to use some of the creams and things that are available. But remember most skin conditions happened from the inside out not the outside in. So you've gotta tackle it. Promotes only inside. And what goes out, that's really your number one piece. Okay. Now, there's a lot of sun protection, they can begin skincare habits you want to look at if you deal with psoriasis. Here's a couple of them. So you wanna voice skin injuries such as next cuts and bug bites, especially if you have super sensitive skin and one of the best ways to stop itching is to treat the psoriasis. And one of the ways to do that coconut oil is amazing coconut oils, highly anti fungus affairs, any kind of bacterial fungal any kind of issue like that. Then the cooking oils, very good very supportive to that. The other thing too is one of the best ways to stop the itching is to start treating it in the gut and start helping the gut get healthy. And what I mean by that is he's like probiotics. You've heard probiotics bacteria back in the gut. You can get them in a little pill form get our website got several on their theralac is probably the best. I've seen for probiotics. I mean, literally, you can only take. We get three take one a week there so potent and and just absorb in an incredible way. So I would look at that. The other key that you want to look at to you've got to be careful not to scratch it. Okay. So one of the things you don't wanna get infected, and there's so much bacteria that hangs out underneath our nails. So you'd be really careful not scratching break the skin. That's one of the major major issues you've got to look at. But but when you're looking at it from the inside out it's about clearing out yeast fungal issues, heavy metals, it's about clearing out the inside of the gut in the digestive health, making sure you've got plenty of good healthy bacteria and mega threes with psoriasis tend to be one of the big big big deficiencies. I liked the oil, and I like cod liver oil because vitamin A and vitamin d in it, and I think we need both. So it's important. Maybe a tablespoon today for adults teaspoon for kids depending on their weight. And again, most labels that you see we'll give you the weight difference between them. So you'll know exactly what to do. But that's a good overall routine that right there? Triple eight two eight three seven two seven two two eight. Eight three seventy two seventy to give us a caller go to the website. If you're looking for a lifestyle provider someone in your area that believes the same way we do. Just check out the website, you'll find team members there you can call us at the same number. Entertainment was always standing by. Great stories you go to the website. You'll see them people have lost. I ninety five pounds lost thirty and forty pounds have more energy and just have such vitality for life. It's exciting to see. And at the end of the day, you really wanna know? That you're you're taking the best care of your health care of your body that you can because no one's gonna take responsibility for your health. But.
"psoriasis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"That can be done in an outpatient clinic or radiology department candidates people who have risk factors. For fatty liver disease Kansas Wayne you know about fatty liver disease first hand I'm tell us your story how'd you I learned that you had delivered disease, well I'm a typical American because I went through life not Being really? Careful with my diet so I put? On, a founder to every year and ended up at, seventy Budgie body and but I but I thought I was healthy I didn't know, that I had any problems but I went to my doctor and imagine how it is you walk in thinking you're, pretty good shape, and you walk out being. Told that you have not only Nash. Which you'd have stage four which is psoriasis and that's really scary thing so It hits the problem of the silence of a deliver so tough that it, doesn't give any, symptoms until it gets really. Ill So it's, it's something that people need to think about catching early if they have any of the other problems are they NS mentioned Wayne how did you get it on How did you naturally get? Tested, for this. Because if you don't have any, symptoms it's not it's not just something common that your doctor would do so. How'd you how'd you get to that point yeah it is because a lot of times I'm I'm one of. The typical ones because it, it's really it's discovered by accident I actually. Had a gallbladder surgery and the, and the surgeon looked at my liver and he said well you have psoriasis And a lot of people have that experience because gallbladder problems are pretty routine you. Know that's really, outpatient, procedure these days So it was visually identified to begin. With and then I did have the fiber scan test and that confirmed it and who's at risk could be at risk so. The most likely person, to develop, Nash is a type two diabetic or someone with obesity or the combination of the two those. Have insulin resistance high, cholesterol high blood pressure read are very common health concerns..
"psoriasis" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Twenty gauge shotgun in my hand kills a lot smarter three in the morning when the guys come to my window that's that's immediate recourse and my my fucking dog that's that's trying to bite bite his fucking place off that i feel safer that need immediate action yeah i meet action and my and my training my own fu so you know it's pronounced going through what was i going to say to you you oh we were talking about you go to hawaii you can't have your psoriasis fun it's funny with psoriasis or anything that man oh man is everybody having opinions god dams doesn't have an opinion doctors who are medical doctors they go like this they shrug and they go i don't know could be what about diet they go did they go every doctor every number colleges and including the doctors and they go you know i don't know could be i mean i'm sure that they're certain they're all is this the longest you've ever had it yeah usually just oh yeah it can listen to plug in to get worse i don't think just diets the answer the people keep telling you eat this well it's probably a combination shit i think maybe die within also you need medication my mother's does take the modern day man i and it helps my mother my mother problem with medication like you can't take certain they'll tell you this to my house go i'll make go away i can shoot you full of steroids got big side effects and i could really do decide to fix oh you can get all kinds of shit for with with with steroids all kinds i mean certain topical stairs but the other thing is they'll give you humira that'll get rid of it immediately those well it lowers your immune system so you can also develop them foam leukemia and lupus so you don't want to live in the what i'm saying i mean you're gonna be fine most people are my mother my mother my mother i appreciate my mother more and more my mother hits me with this she goes i'm talking about like gut ohm i'm working with this guy and then i'm changing my diet and my mother goes into good i think it's scr.
"psoriasis" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"Psoriasis and eggs emma have exploded rheumatism rheumatoid arthritis has exploded alzheimer's which some people consider type three diabetes which is also autoimmune has is starting to explode we're starting to see this explosion of our own bodies turning on themselves and we haven't evolved that rapidly it's not something that's changing this genetically it's definitely something that we're doing to ourselves and i think it's a combination of things but this is something that really threatens to bankrupt our medical system in it's it's happening in most modern western societies it's really really crazy god i'm thinking about like just people who don't have this information and how like they're kind of continuing to eat certain foods and things like that where how do you like how do you get the information that's part of what we know i know entertaining what we knew we was because if we came out and just drop knowledge and science we had to listen to south for two hours every day just talk science we we probably wouldn't grow to a rapid it's the entertainment factor that's what we believe is going to be our edged to get the message out there yeah i think i think a lot of like some of the best information out there that some of these guys have written incredible books there's a lot of egos involved and a lot of them when they when they talk and they speak they like to hear themselves talk more than they really truly like to help people and i know that i'm over generalizing right now because there are great people but you see it's really common and i think what we're trying to do is take that great message because it's there.
"psoriasis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Uh well certainly um you know richard w your baseline they medical reach assuming you you just cannot argue because in so many ways he was so far ahead of his time and things that were sort of intractable diseases back then or are you these didn't know how to deal with kc provides insights and just i i won't go too much into this but something like psoriasis now we know uh us rights very common is considered a skin condition um to discoloration on this and what casey said is that that's just a symptom of the deeper condition that and that what psoriasis actually is defending with the wall so the colon so that toxins or leaching out coming out to the system said that in order to um lee is thinning of the walls of the colon so that toxins or leaching out and coming out to the system said that in order to um you know in order to treat psoriasis you have to uh you got to treat diet um but that's just you know uh uh uh one of many different lantis for example they y you those regret records the bases she thinks it can't uh you can't prove a mountain in quite is he he away as you do the medical readings but if if the if the metal if you haven't got credibility with its medical reduce you mighty dismissed the atlantis but because you're so credible he is i i gave you just can't dismiss it um another one of these uh treasure hunt uh we're on uh in atlanta related treasure hunt and he's identifies uh this spot spotting on on an island in the care be in uh we're columbus landed nearby were where columbus landed in case he describes a fresh water well and uh on this part of the island there there's only uh no one knows new new when we went report that there was a fresh order well but back in key day there was and interest reading it describes this fresh water well and that the native could read indian had dug disc well and wind get with stone walks that the id cannibalized from a nearby temple now you know we're talking columbus as time went on alert earlier.
"psoriasis" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The chemicals are easy on your skin they're not going to be damaging to your health and all the others coconut oil let me is all schools that sounds believe it or not coconut oil is a great way to add sunscreen a good amount of sunscreen to the skin that's beneficial healthy and it really does support the body is force health goes and supports the skin it's anti aging antifungal and provides protection against uv a and the uvb rays proven to do so so lotta great things to do but the product you're talking about his nose fine there's no no issues with that from what i've seen whatsoever when your hair won't cover your psoriasis is the topics the psoriasis is a skin condition a lot of people struggle with and skin conditions if you have a deficiency in omega3 fatty acids a lot of times and zinc as well a lot of times you can see things like extra psoriasis dermatitis so if you've got a lot of kennedy issues with psoriasis and a lot of times it happens on the scale would just say you know scalps rise this is is pretty minor but it can be annoying and they're saying that scalps rise this a lot of a lot of ways you've got to be really careful first one where he treated but a lot of it goes beyond in the hairline interview to aggressive about removing the thick scales you can take your hair along with the scales of the concerned about the can create bald spots with scouts risis if you're costly scratching your scout because it is you can pull your hair out actually and for using vigorous medications are salicylic acid to remove the scales it can damage your hair and causes the fallout if.
"psoriasis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Your need it on your skin they called psoriasis clocks and they're very good comforting uh they they sometimes become inflamed uh aesthetically of sure that you're concerned with it because it's just not a good thing and hardware garter let me just stop you from momma partial pustules psoriasis on the feet own way out so pustules rises so you have a form that is a little bit different but it is all so it's it's a form of psoriasis so what happens is how you suppress this information uh do you have any other medical conditions uh no no so you know how habits but that's a different issue don't we all i think the fat products for someone like you when i think about that they think about inflammation and the drugs that are now being used to treat through life is our immune suppressing droughts and they're very very very very toxic on the body so kicked herman ultra is a perfect formulation and i'm not saying it's going to sure you but i would like to see how what happens to your pustules psoriasis on kfi criminal trip and do you take an omega3 are you wanted omega3 no i have not done on many years uh a rescue uh you know customer years ago but i i have not done that late way i would say that if you want to reduce inflammation in your body rescue twelve fifty along with the cumin ultra are two ways that you can really act on reducing that inflammatory response and maybe suppress seeing the overall production of excess uh in the areas of your feet so that would be my recommendation to you i'd love to hear back from you tell us how you data i'm not saying that it's going to work but it's something that you know when i think about things i think that diseases this is what i would i would it would be helpful yes thank you so much starch bureau an thank you sean for unattainable call thanks.
"psoriasis" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Schoolteacher which is a kind of actor and what my father did an was that that was the profession that society had more or less laid out for me and i think my determination to avoid teaching is in part a shyness of any kind of public performance daily putting yourself they're trying to look good so i've been extra serious about making it as a freelance writer where i don't really have to come out of the closet where i can do the whole thing at a distance and in a room by myself of the of the males so yes in that extent also psoriasis as made me be a little bolder than i might have ordinarily dennis certainly got me to the caribbean i've seen a lot of lovely islands that i wouldn't have seen of i didn't have psoriasis he said it need you bodey right only psoriasis could've taken a very average little boy boy who love the average the daily the safely hidden and turned him into an adaptable ruthless enough writer where's does the ruthlessness come in well i think telling the truth is kind of a ruthless a ruthless act and both in specific since you do invade some provices of infection and in the larger way you are trying to uh or i am trying to as it were rub humanities face in the facts of our existence that there is much that is noble in desperate about being a human being and my fiction uh is in part motivated by pointing appointing these things out so i guess there's something ruthless in cruella even even to generate suspense is a bit of a tease isn't it so there's a kind of sadistic element in the writers attempt to keep the readers interest at the end of your chapter about your skin it's pretty well clear not because of uh some experimental treatments you were getting on didn't have any problems after writing about this i know a lot of people believe that psoriasis has a component of uh uh.
"psoriasis" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Well we were to that calling attention to it now mm known not really a writer is somebody tries to tell the truth right and your value to your society is a certain willingness to risk to risk being honest and so to be honest about this was part of the general job as i see it i think you found a lot of universal's in the particulars of your experience the psoriasis now like to ask you to read on a an excerpt of your chapter on psoriasis and i guess is john updike in this is a reading from his new book selfconsciousness psoriasis keep you thinking strategies of concealment ramified and selfexamination is endless you are you are forced to the mirror again and again psoriasis compels narcissism if we can supposed a narcissist who did not like what he saw in certain lights your face looks passable in slightly different other lights not shaving mirrors and rear view mirrors in automobiles are merciless whereas the smoky mirrors in airplane bathrooms are especially flattering and soothing once taste look says tawny as a movie stores flying back from the caribbean i used to admire my improved looks years went by before i noticed that i looked equally good in a lavatory glow on the flight down i cannot task reflecting surface on the street without glancing in in hopes that i've somehow changed nature and the self the great moya tease of earthly existence our each cloven into by fascinated ambivalence one hates ones abnormal erupting skin but his led into a brooding solicitous attention toward it one hates the nature that has imposed this affliction but only this same nature can be appealed to for erasure for cure only nature can forgive psoriasis the sufferer in his self contempt does not grant to other people this power.
"psoriasis" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Of discomfort and remember the title of the book is selfconsciousness or fastened upon those things which either made me solve conscious like the psoriasis or which showed selfconsciousness of like the stuttering and the religious aspect of it again has to do with the question of a self at all why do we seem to have selves that we prize greatly a do computers with almost as much a circuitry now as you membranes do computers have selves our computers selfconscious is a wasp a selfconscious i think not at the kind of specifically uelmen thing which i was interested in exploring via my own report it'll set of facts uri got psoriasis in kindergarten in 1930 eight did people in the literary world no that you had a skin problem before he wrote about it i don't know i'm supposed some did i wrote a kind of amusing i've always thought shortstory called journal of a leftover from the journal of a leper which is about psoriasis and the which is much quoted in medical texts of a certain kind uh processes rather really written about we're all shy about at those of us who have it in which we didn't they don't wanna talk about it much so it took a long time for meter confessed to it i feel at some you know it's the sin of some kind it said dermal sin and told me a time to believe that it wasn't really my fault and i could talk about it uh more or less freely no i don't think it was commonly known i'm told a doesn't really much show and uh the discomfort has mostly been self produced rather than uh other people produced.
"psoriasis" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Psoriasis keep you thinking strategies of concealment ramified and selfexamination is endless you are you are forced to the mirror again and again psoriasis compels narcissism if we can supposed a narcissist who did not like what he saw in certain lights your face looks passable in slightly different other lights not shaving mirrors and rear view mirrors in automobiles are merciless whereas the smoky mirrors in airplane bathrooms are especially flattering and soothing once taste look says tawny as a movie stores flying back from the caribbean i used to admire my improved looks years went by before i noticed that i looked equally good in a lavatory glow on the flight down i cannot task the reflecting surface on the street without glancing in in hopes that i've somehow changed nature and the self the great moya tease of earthly existence our each cloven into by fascinated ambivalence one hates ones abnormal erupting skin but his led into a brooding solicitous attention toward it one hates the nature that has imposed this affliction but only this same nature can be appealed to for erasure for cure only nature can forgive psoriasis the sufferer in his self contempt does not grant to other people this power there's a sentencing there that i i think probably a lot of people really see themselves in and that is i cannot pass reflecting service in the street without glancing in in the hopes that i have somehow changed i really think it put your finger on some thinking there were all i'm happy to hear it because i've always thought that nobody except new was annoyed with the where they looked or a selfconscious to this degree but i guess we all are it's a strange thing isn't it to be born into a certain body instead of an ideal body.
"psoriasis" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Psoriasis keep you thinking strategies of concealment ramified and selfexamination is endless you are you are forced to the mirror again and again psoriasis compels narcissism if we can supposed a narcissist who did not like what he saw in certain lights your face looks passable in slightly different other lights not shaving mirrors and rear view mirrors in automobiles are merciless whereas the smoky mirrors in airplane bathrooms are especially flattering and soothing once taste look says tawny as a movie stores flying back from the caribbean i used to admire my improved looks years went by before i noticed that i looked equally good in a lavatory glow on the flight down i cannot task the reflecting surface on the street without glancing in in hopes that i've somehow changed nature and the self the great moya tease of earthly existence our each cloven into by fascinated ambivalence one hates ones abnormal erupting skin but his led into a brooding solicitous attention toward it one hates the nature that has imposed this affliction but only this same nature can be appealed to for erasure for cure only nature can forgive psoriasis the sufferer in his self contempt does not grant to other people this power there's a sentencing there that i i think probably a lot of people really see themselves in and that is i cannot pass reflecting service in the street without glancing in in the hopes that i have somehow changed i really think it put your finger on something there well i'm happy to hear it because i've always thought that nobody except new was annoyed with the where they looked or selfconscious to this degree but i guess we all are it's a strange thing isn't it to be born into a certain body instead of an ideal body.
"psoriasis" Discussed on The Body of Knowledge
"That stretch is in picked up by those muscle spindles they sent stretch and respond by causing contraction interesting you ever wonder why doctors do that her normal physical they're looking to see if you're spinalcord nerves as'mer functioning correctly and it's a very quick diagnostic subject you're very little response on a test them it no it was eight which is still it was just delay yeah right um so as these tests are going on and you kinda put some of the stuff together you can like wondering why yeah you might have n i had no idea what m s i'd hubs he hud of ms but i had no idea of what symptoms though fm fms if you actually look at the list of symptoms for s it's pretty broad fair i mean it's anything and everything from taste issues to vision touch you know the you know walking your leg drop things like that so it's some it's really it's a it's a tough one to die that's why it's a tough disease to diagnose because it gets misdiagnosed jack there are other auto immune diseases in addition to ms yeah sure yeah i mean those i mean psoriasis authorized us all of which actually share a very similar traits to ms i mean psoriasis is you know your skin becomes inflamed and in mean that's essentially what happens to your myelin sheath with ms right now yeah and they all seemed to have the same you flareup rate as rises the same thing and if he talking with it has that or crohn's disease or any of these other issues they realise are they eventually have to figure out what are the situations in scenarios that kick these things on yeah right so old man i got to realize i have to stay away from this food or this type of drinking so that's when you have to gear your lifestyle around the to identify those triggers is what the call them and then get away from them the official and that's one thing that you've identified really well and have been cleaning up the last couple of years my wife has their may traffic psoriasis and the thing with hers that like she will do.