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"ramose" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Everyone. The musical numbers which blend hip hop latin pop salsa and other styles frequently spill out into the surrounding neighborhood. The actors become dancers in an electrifying street. Ballet a lot of this is packed into the movies. Transporting opening sequence. Which brings us into this pan. Latino barrio in washington heights miranda pops up in a small role as a vendor selling shaved. Ice out of the pushcart. But our real guy to this upper manhattan neighborhood is de la vega vega played by a terrific anthony. Ramose was not. He owns popular corner bodega. That's especially prized for its cafe will msci as he raps about the challenges of running his scrappy. Little business in a place that's rapidly being gentrified. He's joined by a chorus of voices from the neighborhood singing about their own struggles to get by. I'll.
'In the Heights' and the New Golden Age of Musicals
"Early word about in the heights has been effusively positive in general and praising of star anthony ramos as a screen presence in particular if you get the film spotty newsletter. You already know that. This week producers. Sam wrote about seeing hints of ramos's potential in the filmed version of hamilton. So i thought we might want to start there atom to ask if this potential was realized for you in this screen adaptation of lin-manuel miranda's pre hamilton stage. Musical ramos plays whose navy de la vega twenty something new yorker. Who's taken over corner. Bodega from his late parents. But dreams of moving back to his native dominican republic. There two other main characters whom will get to but it's it's navy who introduces us to. His washington heights neighborhood in the movies. Bravura pre title sequence. Which is a chance for ramose to showcase his skills as a singer. Slash rapper as a dancer and just general screen presence
Atlanta: Officials investigating officer-involved shooting in DeKalb
"The B. I. investigating it it seventeen seventeen officer officer involved involved shooting shooting this this year year to to Kent Kent County County police police got got a a distress distress call call this this afternoon afternoon from from a a female female but but she she hung hung up up in in provided provided no no information information so so that that call call was was traced traced to to the the thirteen thirteen hundred block of balsam Dr indicator chief Martha Ramose says while canvassing the area a man came out armed with a gun and pointed it at officers the officers are okay the male is the season on scene and the G. B. I. is currently handling the investigation Vic the suspect has been identified a seventy five year old John Dixon again at no officers injured
"ramose" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You didn't leave a will and her state is yet to be settled we get more from CBS's but Michigan Aretha Franklin's music was sweet and joyful the effort to sort out her state has been anything but her niece Sabrina and says the singers four sons requested that she service representative for the estate she's now relinquishing that role the queen of soul died without a known will last year ins reported that three hand written wells had been discovered in Franklin's home Owens wrote in a letter filed in a suburban Detroit court quote I hope my departure will allow the business of the estate to continue and calmed the rift in my family a court hearing is scheduled for Tuesday but Michigan CBS news the Michigan woman rescued after falling through the ice on a lake gets body shamed and bullied on Facebook ABC's Stephanie Ramose has that story in the video that quickly went viral course similar says she was ice fishing in Michigan with a friend Monday afternoon I lost my footing nice broke and it was up to my chin in the first thirty six degree water for fifteen minutes Miller we can see it says once her ordeal was over another one began this time in the comments section of the video posted on Facebook people body shaming Miller making light of the situation by insulting her weight and even what she was wearing Miller defended by thousands who were outraged by the body shaming and telling critics bay should be ashamed once that new bank in Middleton it's not us where do you go back and we're looking forward to becoming part of your community and to helping make a difference in your life when it comes to the.
"ramose" Discussed on KOMO
"To the streets demonstrating against the country's worst economic crisis in decades protesters gathered near the parliament building in Beirut hurling rocks and grabbing branches to use against riot police along the way demonstrators also use lasers and shot off fireworks the security officials who cracked down with tear gas rubber bullets and water cannons fire trucks and ambulances through the streets after the ten encampment housing many of the demonstrators went up in flames the Lebanese red cross has more than one hundred people have been treated for injuries with at least sixty five more hospitalized from both sides the respiratory virus outbreak coming from China now setting off global concerns at least two people confirmed dead from the corona virus and dozens are sick ABC Stephanie Ramose and why the numbers of affected individuals may be grossly underestimated passengers are being screened at three US airports for a new virus causing concerns among health officials passengers on direct or connecting flights from Wuhan China the outbreak city screamed at JFK as well as San Francisco and Los Angeles the CDC says the mysterious corona virus has sickened dozens of people in Asia with four new cases in China and is linked to to death the patients who died were both older adults the CDC adding that most of the individuals infected by the virus had exposure to live animals it's still unclear if the virus.
U.S. looking at new ISIS leader and role in organization: U.S. official
"We're learning more about the new leader of ISIS name to just a few days after the US led raid to kill the founder of the terrorist group an update now from ABC stuffing Ramose all we're hearing two different statements one from the president and another from the state department a day after ISIS named a new leader in an audio message after the compound raid that led to the death of Abu Bakir outlook dot EDU the president tweeted isis has a new leader we know exactly who he is main there will be the case but the top counterterrorism official at the state department says the US is still looking into it adding they will dismantle the group regardless of who it's leadership cadre as counterterrorism official make in sales he says they're looking into the organization and where all the Dadi successor came from sales did not name him but says they want to make sure they have the very latest information to confront any threat of knowledge in that isis is a top national security priority and that the US will continue to put pressure on ISIS by way of law enforcement militarily and financially adding that the residual US force presence in Syria will be used to deny ISIS access to fuel terrorism so something we're continuing to watch and he says they'll continue to put pressure on ISIS in that region actually this is Stephanie Ramose from
"ramose" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"The homes of pairs to help them deal with how to raise their children it's not that I want to help they don't want they don't know quite what to do play the radio make sure than television these give me make sure you have the record player on the night of the fight make sure the kids here. from a very poor school are are very poor background for here for many words few were spoken by the time I get there. he makes the few things together there. he heard different things we couldn't quite put the the pieces together to make a a cogent point hits coming from poor school here four million fuel words spoken by the time we get there okay well that's why did my raps on fifty fifty words of English doesn't matter anymore. these morons speak fifty words of English to make fifty million dollars a year. I I have a vocabulary of about three hundred thousand words I don't make fifty million dollars a year the lower the vocabulary I think the higher the income. Vito directed mass shootings okay ash madrick he's finished. racism is endemic Jorge rambles I'd like you know weird rammus all of a sudden who hates American white people from Univision suddenly attacked Bernie Sanders and put him on the spot I thought that was bizarre that Jorge Ramose. who hates trump hates America hates white people believed on the face of it. would put rub Bernie Sanders on the spot a clip eleven tell me what you think what are the main differences between your kind of socialism and the one being imposed in Venezuela hold I just got out and got a hold on hold I just realized the house it rambles reminds me of they used to be a character that was in the comedy that they make up a guy's sounded like him. a guy like someone did a mock Hispanic accent the sound like Jose Ramose. and yet he is hungry Ramose putting sand is on the spot. listen to what again if you have a most in the next spot what are the main differences between your kind of socialism name is Jose and the one being in polls in Venezuela chill out and you got a. democratic socialist. what goes on in Venezuela with what I believe is extremely unfair. I believe in terms of democratic is offering yeah.
"ramose" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"For Serena Williams she drop six points out of first sermon and save all five break points that you face to get a fifty dollar limit us to take out Maria Sharapova facing a an opponent that's at her stature is is extremely difficult to first round of a slam with coming in with the fact that I haven't played that much and you know those those are the situations that I have to keep putting myself in and coming out of them Maria Sharapova has been hampered by a shoulder injury as of late she is drop all the way down to her world ranking now is in the eighties coverage with you mentioned off the top about Carlos Ramose from last year remember he's not resting any matches this season of Serena Williams your still deciding not found pros rumors on part the thing that was a good thing you really I yeah I don't know that it is little bit coming from Serena I'm thrown out there is not any fun over the next couple of weeks first ball to last ball coverage all available on ESPN family of networks that's the women's side on Monday night under the lights on a Monday night as well we had the man shot to get six little interesting with the three seeded Roger Federer Patrick McEnroe the quality is beginning Federer dropped the first set to summit Nagel of India he was down for six down a set one better just woke up and cruised six one six two six four the only wonderful not afterwards with Brad Gilbert RD SVN Roger you found yourself a set down tonight what it just means you have to make.
"ramose" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"On one of them cost onto JIRA Lango winnow of napalm to GD, Tania, six months. I'm Ramose three Lamberti's three GDP amount, not as proceeds it used to be. But yeah, he was the first Italian company Sema, the first sort of real great of Italian cycling, Milan-San Ramos, came between nineteen eighteen and nineteen twenty eight and that was when he was in his pump. And then, of course, pasta copy, I'm glad happy. Correct me on that Daniel, and correct me on me saying how how it home. I feel in the museum of champions, my spiritual home in here, but it's quite museum, isn't it? This is second. We feel very lucky actually, to visits hippies to museum. Sometimes sports museums can be a bit Naff and unimpressive. But this museum, it's not only a real sort of shrine to Gerard thing. Copy. It's also socially in general isn't some fantastic artifacts. I have nothing to do with those two riders. Francesco Moser's extraordinary record bike is just a few minutes away from us where we starting now and few meters, beyond that is Francesco, most Arab. So he's not a permanent exhibit. He's. For a book, launch which is taking place just over our shoulder. It's a book about faster copy. I'm disappointed to hear that front. Jessica Moselle doesn't live in the broom cupboard in here. But he's bike is absolutely amazing back wheel is huge on the front wheel is tiny, I'll post a picture of it on Twitter, or Instagram in, well, what, by the time this episode it out because it really has to be seen to be believed. And when you tap the tubes, feels very much over time, the mid eighties, and the wheels, let Bill much like they're almost solid wood, but they're, they're kind of an early carbon fiber. I think I may have to check that they may be alive corrections corner, but we've got one of those coming up as well. I think. You very excited about how I was very excited about, and the white ladies humbug Giulio Kinney, who referred to earlier on so fast copy became a very controversial figure because he started kind of this affair with. Napalm. Well, how did that fast start because it quite a story, isn't it? The fast audited because Aquinas husband at the time was a doctor and a huge fan of copies, and he tried to somehow obtain an autograph from faster copy, and he sent his wife to, to get the autograph. And what was she going to be more than those across from viola counts? But yeah, the in this museum of various things that belong to her humbugs of Jackie Onassis type sunglasses. And we found out more about her today, didn't we learn them because where we were earlier the villa copy where Faustino Fausto son, still lives. She lived there until nineteen Ninety-three, Giulio Akini, and but died right in front of the villa in a car accident in nineteen Ninety-three. And I rarely Stacey daily the Fausto Ashley died in the villa as well indicting navy as well. And he was living there just before his death, but. He was actually taking talk to now which way which way we were a couple of years ago, of course. And I think we talked a little bit about the Basta copies death and he'd been racing enough forgotten, and basically, had malaria and died. And there was some doubt amongst the medics. They couldn't possibly be malaria, and it walls. Rafael Jimmy neon. He wasn't a French Reid who also had malaria, and he recovered, and he was trying to basically, get word to copies medics to say this is what it was. But the doctors treating copy that didn't believe they use the different treatment. And it was the wrong treatment optimally and copy died age forty in nineteen. Sixty wasn't his son is over there, just over a shoulder that a bit crowd in listening to Faustino, which means little Fausto. Yes. And he's a dead ringer for cycling's, Don. Loyd is really salute dead ringer. Well, we're gonna go over and just interrupt. This event here. Recommend you get a landscape gardener for the front of his house. Daniel final thing on copy and Novi league. We shouldn't forget also that he used to work in Novi legal. He worked in a solemn area..
"ramose" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Online classes Komi later. Now, your big acting break came in two thousand and twelve. When you were cast in orange is the new black as Marita Ramose a Bronx, bred character with Colombian roots. Now, it seems that the show managed the impossible. It's a huge ensemble cast where everyone supposedly like each other. What is the secret ingredient? Just just be around women. Just have everyone be a woman. I, you know, from experience, it's it's a really great environment. You know, it's so funny because people like would assume the opposite war, how you know how they've brainwashed us in the past caddy women, his the state l. ac- competition. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I feel like I mean, you can find that anywhere really. But I think I mean, I always have found myself very comfortable in groups of women and spaces where it's like female run. I mean, I went to an all women's college, but this was definitely a progressive group and everyone really loved being there, and everybody was really excited to make something that was unlike any other. And you know what I find very impressive and particularly admirable about you is that you are one hundred percent self made because growing up your parents, Andrew brother were deported when you were just fourteen years old and you were forced to basically fend for yourself, how did you manage. I don't know. Yeah. I, you know, I think I had a very clear out of very need that if that did happen. I mean, I did grow up with fear of my family being separated that was always very present in our household. And so I was just always sort of like an outside of looking in, especially because I was the only one in the family who was documented, who is a citizen. So anyway, I grew up very confused, but I always had a very clear in my mind that whatever happened that I was going to continue going and I was going to be strong and I was gonna find a way to succeed. And that didn't mean I mean I didn't. I didn't think, oh, I'm going to succeed as an actor this or that I just wanted to succeed in life. I guess I just wanted to figure out a way to be happy and to, you You know. know, figure everything out and hopefully along the way, help my family one day and in two thousand fourteen, you wrote a very powerful op Ed piece for the Los Angeles Times about your brother, your brother, your parents, deportation. What was it about? Two thousand fourteen that you decided it is now time for me to tell the story publicly. I thought maybe my voice could be an asset. Way because especially because of the the people who are I was hearing on the news and on different talk shows really didn't when they talked about immigration. It really didn't seem personal to me. So I figured it will. How are these people representing my experience and the experience of millions? I know what this feels like. I know family separation is, so it's not really that easy. It's not. We need to have better conversations about this, and then I decided, okay, I'll write something and see if it moves the needle in any way. And what was the aftermath once that was published? It was. It was like cats out of a bag and do all this work. So I'm like, I'm so tired. I'm like, oh, we here struggling Hollywood. I'm like, nobody wants to give me a job. You know those some drug dealers girlfriend..
Tennis officials shaken by lack of support for chair umpire Carlos Ramos
"Umpire and other officials in the world of tennis are shaken by what they perceive as a lack of official support for cheer on pyre Kalos Ramose given that his actions against arena Williams during Saturday's US open. Women's final were well within the rules. Quote, the unpire fraternity is thoroughly disturbed being abandoned by the WTA Richard Inge in I n g s that's how you spell that name. A retired elite gold badge umpire told ESPN dot com. On Tuesday, they are all fearful that they could be the. Next Ramose they feel that no one has their back when they have to make unpopular calls for those of you living under a rock Ramos, sided Williams, three times Saturday during her six, two, six, four laws against Naomi Osaka forgetting coaching signals for breaking Haracic which caused her appoint a Calling Ramos thief, which cost her game. The incident has sparked heated reactions from former and current players to celebrities to the officials themselves. The times of London reported Tuesday quote, there was a growing consensus that I'm Pires were not supported by the US on several occasions, and their Ramose was thrown to the wolves for simply doing his job and was not willing to be abused for
"ramose" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Yeah, she got mad at the launch because a larger basically impugn her credibility was he caught her cheating penalty, which are coaching penalty, which means your coaches telling you what to do from the stands or whatever. She don't even allow to be down there with her. But I heard like her back was turned like she couldn't even see the coach yet, but the penalty is on the coach not to play our believe. Like I believe like when they call that the players penalized which is a stupid system, but you're the players penalize and not for what the coach is. So I don't think it even really matters necessarily if you saw it or not. The thing is we are demand that it happens all the time. So. Those coaching happens all the time in in tennis and it's not uncommon is very uncommon for it to be penalized. And then apparently the live judge on pirate for whatever Ramose is a dude. That is a stickler for a lot of stuff and has had some controversial calls over the course used I to. mean is to did it the Venus before to EKG when it happens, the Reno came over and I was like, you need to take that point back and apologize because I don't cheat and I wouldn't. She I rather lose and she right. You know that I did not best. I didn't do that shit and. He. He he didn't, of course, take the penalty back or whatever. And then. Later she broke her racket. When she got mad about a return that she knocked into the net node have been like an easy point and she broke the Boca racket. And that's another penalty. Men do that puck and see it all the time they showed a chance is that's supposed to be a penalty. No matter what my mind working. Your racket is not like a judgment call desperate like, okay, you you get, you get a fraction for that. Okay. So being the Dallas, her second infraction, I believe at cost her a point. Okay, which You you know. know, basically she goes into the next match down, fifteen love. Then after that she, you know, because he definitely got in her head and rightfully so like I think that first penalty was uncalled for and they're really fucked with her as she. And I think what I watch happened was her brew over it because you know how some shit having to you and you'd be like, I'm gonna try to get passes, but it just keeps fucking with you. Right. It seemed like it kept fucking with her that he called that first penalty because it's like, why don't you try and say cheating? Nobody ever calls it shit on me to. I would never cheat and three. This shit resulted in me losing a point. You know. And even though is cumulative and she shouldn't have broken a racket. And that's what is part of what cops to the point. You know, her thing was like this first one should not even county. You need to take that back in our guys. And of course you know, he wasn't gonna apologize and he wasn't gonna take it back or whatever. And he didn't issue any like a. Like, you know, like he could a issued like another warning or something like that. So then warning. She basically walked up to him and it was like, look, you. The shouldn't lost that point. You stowed at point from me and she called him a thief. And at that point he took a whole like game penalty from our like, like, you know how tennis is you go from, I wanted to win six is that they win that match. In the second one, then you gotta win. You know, if you went to the like two matches the sixteen you basically you win the match. That's it. Well, he took a whole game, like one of those six. He just gave to nam soccer who I also felt horrible for 'cause she played so fucking good. That's what everybody is sitting ever saying how he was playing. He was not sure that that look, that girl was ready. She was ready for my aunt war and she had no back down at her. She briefly looked a little like like unsettled after like Serena had went off on the route. 'cause then she loves a shoe house like. Forty, five to love like real quick at that..
"ramose" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"Yeah yeah without a doubt so so what do you what do you do about it again how much how much does it does it bother you of course it bothers me i'm in i was the became chief of department in november two thousand fourteen right after the ferguson decision right after the garner decision and i lived through those protests i was there everyday joe lou and raphael ramose were killed in december of two thousand fourteen by a mentally disturbed man not sure if it was directly related but i'm sure it had something to do with it so this is something that's on my mind constantly and anything that we're trying to do in the nypd now is is to build trust and to let people know that they can trust in nypd cup that police officer is there for all the right reasons you measure how do you measure if these things right comsat is very metric oriented you know how many shootings how many solve cases how many homicides how many times have has the firearms been discharged but newport glued all of this is as you say community trust are there metrics you have the you can measure feel yet yeah there it can't just be anecdotal i mean they'll is good but it's it's not going to really help us be where we wanna be we actually were in the process now of it's in beta right now it's intesting it's called the sentiment meter sentiment meter sentiment meter if you're in new york city and this is down to the sector level you might get a pop up but question about new york city i i think it's anyway it's up to seven thousand it's seven thousand aps that'll be an innocuous question about new york and if you answer that question they'll be four or five other questions about trust in the nypd and whether or not you feel safe in your neighborhood so that's gonna pull its research.
"ramose" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
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"ramose" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Di di oh yeah yeah great hall she used to ask me to worse questions when i was deeply mobley telling you e even to this day i dread if i'm dating a woman i dread the mobile which he's like let's go see a movie because i know you can ask you fucking questions not going to shut out you'll late of his two at i can't hegel only i wanna watch my fucking movie has a cure of refreshing yeah i was like here here's a fucking though paid here's a pen right down your questions for at the end of the move we could talk by efata out i figured it out drive in movie theaters china booties were great you could they still have them and now he very few of them and the nla the girvan can talk and they'll is not interrupting anybody on listen don't know what the fuck your talking above earth in a talk together had the rub that if they're going to interrupt that what they do how many by gassed you release a weekly i do i do at least one a week we want to week ever putting went up i'm recording tomorrow and putting it up tomorrow night like i said i personally endorse rick ramose fulfill if you're really a student the film listen this a couple of times out of color more because forget about it as it can then why you course he'll tell you the day the guy the guy shot that thing there was 62 degrees and the film doesn't take a to degree weather this guy's in his cyclope and i just wanna share fought about the fuck and how they films this year again and they want to come to you with the easy shipped you're ready though lawyer as people already know shit unilaterally lay ear had him why that one i i just want to give you may be something obscure i'm sorry that we didn't play video awhile.
"ramose" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"No trailer i know how they cut trail is in the '70s i know how they cut troas in the 80s and change its interests rulli interesting to learn the study of reading the trailer leased went all movie in the trailer m i learned the experiments over the last fifteen years when you ask rick ramose how is the movie goes what's the trailer it put the best shouldn't the fucking trail euro wore so what i watch a something well i see a trail it it's life broccoli able to play the broccoli and people say we work hasn't matter uh you never had my brock we have put cheddar cheese him feted cheese in this go cheese in its blended in oon eleanor fight you heard me right adult fuck delight welcome rock we are right it's as same thing with me were more is i can watch it trail it today and tie if i have a slight anxious because the travel and how even do the homework look the see hide than the box office that's how creepy i tell that's how creep uber guy am to see if america bought it or america didn't and even though they bought it a what a movie off the trailer i've studied that because i thought you know for a wider no what the fuck i wanna big so answer your question i then fucking that movie i had no interest in watching and when i heard you that there would tried to base it.
"ramose" Discussed on The Obesity Code Podcast
"But one thing she struggled with was artificial sweeteners i had a lot of sweeteners like that was how i of shored up my feelings of like differentiation if you want to call it back i really didn't have a lot of cravings or like emotional attachment to all these foods that i was leaving behind by you still i mean i do have a food addiction i know that this is true so you still need need a crutch to chronic get you from 1 to the next phase rate so sweeteners were in the equation and i had a bit of addiction to sweeteners for awhile dr fung and megan ramose explain why artificial sweeteners can be problematic in general i don't recommend artificial sweeteners for fasting or really to be taken at all and the reason is that if you look at the artificial sweeteners in terms of their insulin effect sometimes it's really just as bad as sugar now there's not a lot of data on this but really remember if you're thinking of obesity and type 2 diabetes it's really a disease of hyperinsulinemia it's really too much insulin so even if you have zero calories even if you have zero sugar such as a splendid our aspertain or something that's really the insulin which drives obesity and some of these have just as much insulin the fact so the sweetness itself may make people crave more so some people think that that's the reason that they eat more and it certainly possible as a trigger for food but the bottom line really is to see if these things actually works so it doesn't really matter what the mechanism of sweeteners is.
"ramose" Discussed on The Obesity Code Podcast
"He was unexpectedly found in a doubleblind placebocontrolled randomized trawl that treatment with a kabas which reduces carbohydrate absorption was associated with a thirty four percent relative risk reduction in the incidence of new cases of hypertension and a five point three percent absolute riskreduction so all of these are manifestations of a single factor acts that factor is most usefully thought of as hyperinsulinemia if i ate a big played a pasta for supper it would make me starving an hour later i would just be trying to eat continuously and i i never had a question in my mind about why was that like it was happening to me but i didn't understand that it was insulin that was making me so ravenous to really try to stabilise my blood sugar this rollercoaster ride as fakes and drops in blood sugar levels occurs people follow a diet high in carbohydrates and not very high in fatter protein and that's megan ramose director of the intensive dietary management programme mm on our food is made of just three major building blocks have become macronutrients when carbohydrates i digested in our belly and their metabolize a sugar once they reach the blood and this is true for all carbohydrates i'll carbohydrates get converted to sugar so whether it's brad or whether it's a sweet potato our weather it's a piece of chocolate cake earn ice cream cones it doesn't matter when it reaches supplied it's metabolize as sugar so what happens when you eat something like pasta and how does that mean you hungry like internet's case.
"ramose" Discussed on The Obesity Code Podcast
"From two keito l l c it's the obesity code podcast with dr jason fund and meghan ramose each week we bring you lessons and stories from the intensive dietary management program in toronto canada on karl franklin and today on the show nonskilled victories ford benefits of fasting and ketogenic style other than weight loss the obesity could podcast is brought to you by two kito llc who strives to support the low carb community with podcasts and other publications and you can support our mission by making a monthly pledge no matter how small at patriotic two qito dot com this week story centers around patient kimberly dumber s like most dividing ends patients kim's been on roller coaster dieting her whole life her mother is one of seven each of which has type 2 diabetes kim is one of four all but one of her siblings has type 2 diabetes and soul ever since they 20s or so i've been struggling against that and trying to do everything i possibly can do to prevent that from happening her undergraduate degree is in biology and chemistry so she naturally thought about modifying her diet at the young age of twenty two kims started a programme called natural hormonal enhancement which was mostly low carb with carbs cycling this approach worked for weight loss but she allowed herself to be talked out of it by just about everybody i got talked out of that by society essentially her mother had done lowcarbon controller diabetes for a while but probably eight too much protein and got stuck.
"ramose" Discussed on The Obesity Code Podcast
"From to kedo l l c it's the obesity code podcast with dr jason fong and reagan ramose each week we bring you lessons and stories from the intensive dietary management program in toronto canada on karl franklin get out dr fung meghan ramose and the entire idm staff are constantly answering questions about fasting ketogenic eating and their program since we started the obesity code podcast the volume me these questions has increased dramatically so this week we've picked a few very popular questions for them to answer the obesity code podcast is brought to you by two kito l l c who strives to support the low carb community with podcast and other publications and you can support our mission by making a monthly pledge no matter how small at patriarch cato dot com before we get started with the qna i need to tell you where these questions come from richard morris that's me with the osce accent my two kito dudes cohost in i operate a free keita genic form with about ten thousand members were you can search for answers and direct questions to jason a meghan you'll have to register with the form to ask a question but it's free and easy just go to questions dot obesity code podcast dot com our first question is from a lane who says i see a lot of type 2 diabetes in remission but his insulin resistance forever till death do us part problem the short answer is no insulin resistance is not forever but in order to explain dr fung unpacked the term insulin resistance and what it actually refers to.
"ramose" Discussed on The Obesity Code Podcast
"And her mother died in 1987 and a twenty years old she gained one hundred pounds by eating her feelings and one day she was a nursing school and passed out one day i just kinda passed out and all the nurses flooded around me the soontobe nurses and i went to the hospital and lo and behold i was diabetic so i went on or all meds and you know at the highest weight that i got at that point i was two hundred eighty six pounds i don't know it was just it was just that way for a long time and then there was a certain point where you know i just kinda kept gaining weight and i went on insulin and then that was that way now for a long time so for twenty years kim struggled with the fact that no matter what she did to try to control our weight it wasn't coming off for the majority of kim's five she had surged struggled of weight and in that weight struggle let us struggle with diabetes and that's meghan ramose cofounder of intensive dietary management and director of the idea program while she was trying to really tackle her diabetes and try to these lessons lynn her doctors her friends her colleagues her family everyone is on her to lose weight but she just couldn't she cannot lose way despite following these dietary guidelines say her doctors near colleagues near fans in our family or telling her she had a follow and follow better that she was following them and she just couldn't get results and she fell excited total failure but i think i just didn't care truthfully i mean you know one of the ways that i comforted myself after my mom died is that i told myself that i'd be with our soon you know my grandmother had died at forty one my mother died at forty one and i thought i don't have long ago and i'll just speak gone at forty one just like them so i don't think i really cared.