17 Burst results for "Seven Thousand Calories"

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

Jay Anxious Podcast

05:50 min | 10 months ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast

"I'll work out and then if you know a lot of people have carbs. Athletes can handle carbs. Because they're working out their depleting all their agenda rather using all this sugar. If you wanna think of it that way and then you can just put some sugar back in sugar with some glucose carbs or something but the problem is most people are sitting at a desk and there are certainly not you know michael phelps swimming for ten hours a day. I just like that example people. Oh he ate like ten subway families or two pizzas a day like all right. This is the stupidest thing ever. of course he can because he's exercising as olympic athletes. Don't forget to go in the pool in two four hundred laps. Okay you know that. When i mean don't forget to swim. You're five miles that day every day. You know what. I mean and burning. You know seven thousand calories of exercise a day. It's crazy with it yet. So it's part of the problem part of the fukushima. I just always think back. It's kind of funny. They're they're recommending the amount of carbs to elite athlete to a bunch of sedentary people which is which is kind of crazy. And oh also i wanted to make sure we circled back on what we're talking about was the two processes of disease right right. And then we got caught up in the energy toxicity. Part i wanna make sure to finish it off. His head for the other half is the gut part and the food affects your body in a lot of ways. It's even just physically like just imagine there's pounds and pounds of food going through your digestive system every day. So i mean just the physical toll of that food. Too much fiber. i think. Be eating too much fiber or there's the wrong kind of fire. It could be doing damage but but just to your gut more importantly or your microbiome. The people have heard of leaky gut or small cbo small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. All these different things gut permeability.

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"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

05:42 min | 10 months ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Too big to even fit on a bunk and he definitely was too big to hide in a trench just as well because it gave him time to focus on his passion which was wrestling. He worked as a mover during the day and trained at night in nineteen sixty three. He made his debut as professional wrestler in the uk. Ten years before making his debut in what was then the wwf. He wrestled under the name. Monster roussel off which was then shortened to monster and later changed to giant and naturally he was no pun intended big in japan. It was in japan. That andre learned the cause of his gigantism. A to terry condition called akra mega leaf. He was even offered surgery to stop him from growing anymore. That would have been a sensible choice considering how much pain he was in on a regular basis because of his normal body structure. He declined the surgery because the size gave him such an advantage in the ring. Now one symptom of akron. mega league. That he didn't suffer from was sterility. Suffers are usually sterile and unable to reproduce but andre the giant did have one daughter christine born in nineteen seventy nine. She inherited his entire estate after he passed but never met him in person. She had one opportunity to when she was ten years old. But the thought of being sent to meet this giant she had never known was too much for her and she begged out andrea sized made a lot of things in life difficult or impossible. He couldn't dial the rotary phones that were in use at the time without using a pencil to turn the dial playing piano was completely out of the question because his fingers one finger would hit three keys at once and anything he had to have had to be custom made like his rings which he liked to wear. Because all this rings were big enough to pass an egg through now andre. The giant was needless to say quite a successful wrestler which meant a pretty healthy income for him which he was very generous with. He was constantly gifts for friends and family one of his addictions was. Qvc home shopping. Because he could buy whatever he liked without having people stare at him as he did when he went out in public. He never let friends pay for dinner. He was once out to dinner with arnold schwarzenegger and some other folks. An arnold snuck away and paid the bill. When andre the giant found out he grabbed arnold picked him up and put him on top of a car. Weird flex that okay. The other thing. Andre the giant like to spend his money on was alcohol. And when you way over five hundred pounds over two hundred and thirty kilos it's going to take a lot of alcohol to get you trump according to olympic powerlifter. Terry todd andre. The giant would routinely consume seven thousand calories worth of alcohol a day on a typical day andrea would drink an entire case of beer two bottles of wine with dinner. Each shots of brandy for dessert. Move onto a second desert and have half a dozen cocktails or so..

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"seven thousand calories" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Supply hormones this is without surgery you're not hungry on the program because your body is burning at least two to seven thousand calories of its own toxic fat for fuel three rerouting what the body is using for fuel we're gonna monitor as I said to make sure you are burning fat that you're not losing water so you can go to NJ died dot com right now normally it's ninety nine dollars but as a radio listener twenty seven dollars gets you a you know appointment in our office we're gonna take a look at a full body composition analysis look at body fat body water we can take a look at your basic metabolic rate right so what's your body burning off but then also your daily caloric intake numbers to see how your body's functioning so no it's if you're if you're burning off fifteen hundred calories a day if your PMR is fifteen sixteen hundred calories a day which is okay but your body's functioning like you're taking in twenty five hundred calories a day at the end of the day you're either pray after you move around or exercise do whatever you're doing at the end of the day you're going to be either breaking even or a little bit below and so that's one of the reasons it no matter what you do you can't lose weight that's one of the reasons that no matter how you diet or high much exercise or how much you kick boxer how much you run at the end of the day you're either breaking even or a little below so the minute that you go the other way or let yourself go a little bit we're going to vacation away comes right up so in essence you're barely breaking even it doesn't take much much to get you in the red and that's what made it's one of the things that's making the weight loss really difficult so we're able to sort of reverse that to basically get your body burning that fat for fuel at a much higher rate in which case you can you can you can you know finally lose a pound a day I mean it takes thirty five hundred calories to lose one pound so we're gonna be burning at least two to seven thousand calories a day of your own fat that's.

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"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"What may go without will remember back in two thousand eight when Michael Phelps had that daily diet they got so much attention because he was eating these insane amounts of food Hey using something like eight thousand calories a day yeah try twelve thousand during his training he did a whole pizza a pound of pasta three fried eggs French toast multiple burgers anything like anything else he could get his hands on which seems so gross but also kind of the best thing ever during the same Olympics Usain bolt reportedly a forty seven thousand calories worth of chicken yeah he was eating them with fries for breakfast lunch and dinner it seems the whole as cricket yeah but when sixteen year old mango think of it's pretty incredible definitely so I started thinking about this and I know you've been getting back in the tennis and I've been running a good bet these past few years but I thought if I could just take this to the extreme I may be able to follow a similar diet like let's say I'm running twenty miles a week right now and I just keep doubling that for the next five weeks I'd be running six hundred and forty miles a week so excited about this then I could be like twelve chipotle burritos every day and still have room for a half dozen Wendy's spicy chicken sandwiches and maybe even a couple of those naked chicken chalupa is after I run for the border it's gonna be great but after research for today's episode science may have crushed my dreams again it turns out there's not quite as strong of a connection between exercise and weight loss as we once thought so that's what we're gonna talk about today stupid sign their podcast listeners welcome to part time genius I will Pearson and as always I'm joined by my good friend man get shot taken and today we're diving into the topic of exercise its benefits its limitations weather can actually.

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"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"There's no such thing as a stupid question or is there well main go dive into ridiculous topics and discover some pretty smart stuff along the way this is part time genius guess what may go without will remember back in two thousand eight when Michael Phelps had that daily diet they got so much attention because he was eating these insane amounts of food Hey using something like eight thousand calories a day yeah try twelve thousand during his training he did a whole pizza a pound of pasta three fried eggs French toast multiple burgers anything like anything else he could get his hands on which seems so gross but also kind of the best thing ever during the same Olympics Usain bolt reportedly eight forty seven thousand calories worth of chicken yeah he was hitting them with fries for breakfast lunch and dinner it seems the whole as cricket yeah but when sixteen year old mango think of it's pretty incredible definitely so I started thinking about this and I know you've been getting back in the tennis and I've been running a good bet these past few years but I thought if I could just take this to the extreme I may be able to follow a similar diet like let's say I'm running twenty miles a week right now and I just keep doubling that for the next five weeks I'd be running six hundred and forty miles a week but that's not so excited about this then I could be like twelve chipotle burritos every day and still have room for a half dozen Wendy's spicy chicken sandwiches and maybe even a couple of those naked chicken chalupa is after I run for the border it's gonna be great but after research for today's episode science may have crushed my dreams again it turns out there's not quite as strong of a connection between exercise and weight loss as we once thought so that's what we're gonna talk.

Michael Phelps
"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"By downloading the I heart radio right now there's no such thing as a stupid question or is there Wellington go dive into ridiculous topics and discover some pretty smart stuff along the way this is part time genius that's what may go without will remember back in two thousand eight when Michael Phelps had that daily diet they got so much attention because he was eating these insane amounts of food Hey using something like eight thousand calories a day yeah try twelve thousand during his training he did a whole pizza a pound of pasta three fried eggs French toast multiple burgers anything like anything else he could get his hands on which seems so gross but also kind of the best thing ever during the same Olympics Usain bolt reportedly eight forty seven thousand calories worth of chicken yeah he was eating them with fries for breakfast lunch and dinner it seems awful as cricket yeah but when sixteen year old mango think of it's pretty incredible definitely so I started thinking about this and I know you've been getting back in the tennis and I've been running a good bet these past few years but I thought if I could just take this to the extreme I may be able to follow a similar diet like let's say I'm running twenty miles a week right now and I just keep doubling that for the next five weeks I'd be running six hundred and forty miles a week so excited about this then I could be like twelve chipotle burritos every day and still have room for a half dozen Wendy's spicy chicken sandwiches and maybe even a couple of those naked chicken chalupa is after I run for the border it's gonna be great but after research for today's episode science may have crushed my dreams again it turns out there's not quite as strong of a connection between exercise and weight loss as we once thought so that's what.

Michael Phelps
"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"There's no such thing as a stupid question or is there well main go dive into ridiculous topics and discover some pretty smart stuff along the way this is part time genius that's what may go without will remember back in two thousand eight when Michael Phelps had that daily diet they got so much attention because he was eating these insane amounts of food Hey using something like eight thousand calories a day yeah try twelve thousand during his training he did a whole pizza a pound of pasta three fried eggs French toast multiple burgers anything like anything else he could get his hands on which seems so gross but also kind of the best thing ever during the same Olympics Usain bolt reportedly a forty seven thousand calories worth of chicken yeah he was hitting them with fries for breakfast lunch and dinner it seems awful as cricket yeah but when sixteen year old mango think of it's pretty incredible definitely so I started thinking about this and I know you've been getting back in the tennis and I've been running a good bit these past few years but I thought if I could just take this to the extreme I may be able to follow a similar diet like let's say I'm running twenty miles a week right now and I just keep doubling that for the next five weeks I'd be running six hundred and forty miles a week so excited about this then I could be like twelve chipotle burritos every day and still have room for a half dozen Wendy's spicy chicken sandwiches and maybe even a couple of those naked chicken chalupa is after I run for the border it's gonna be great but after research for today's episode science may have crushed my dreams again it turns out there's not quite as strong of a connection between exercise and weight loss as we once thought so that's what we're gonna.

Michael Phelps
"seven thousand calories" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"There's no such thing as a stupid question or is there dive into ridiculous topics and discover some pretty smart stuff along the way this is part time genius guess what bingo without will remember back in two thousand eight when Michael Phelps have that daily diet they got so much attention because he was eating these insane amounts of food Hey using something like eight thousand calories a day yeah try twelve thousand during his training he did a whole pizza a pound of pasta three fried eggs French toast multiple burgers anything like anything else he could get his hands on which seems so gross but also kind of the best thing ever during the same Olympics Usain bolt reportedly a forty seven thousand calories worth of chicken yeah he was eating them with fries for breakfast lunch and dinner it seems awful as cricket yeah but when sixteen year old mango think of it's pretty incredible definitely so I started thinking about this and I know you've been getting back in the tennis and I've been running a good bet these past few years but I thought if I could just take this to the extreme I may be able to follow a similar diet like let's say I'm running twenty miles a week right now and I just keep doubling that for the next five weeks I'd be running six hundred and forty miles a week so excited about this then I could be like twelve chipotle burritos every day and still have room for a half dozen Wendy's spicy chicken sandwiches and maybe even a couple of those naked chicken chalupa is after I run for the border it's gonna be great but after research for today's episode science may have crushed my dreams again it turns out there's not quite as strong of a connection between exercise and weight loss as we once thought so that's what.

Michael Phelps
"seven thousand calories" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It sends a message to your brain that you might have a problem so it is a little trick it tricks your brain into thinking you might have a problem and it sets off this chemical reaction and you're beside your body that turns out there is very beneficial for many anti inflammatory perspective yeah and I know I'm standing in a it was called I just kept singing a song in my head over to help it to myself over and over again and then you know so happy to be out of there is finally out but the effects that that where it was really fascinated is it's for you know phenomenal because you know that this type of cold therapy that we're doing and three minutes has been they've had clinical trials that they've run around using this as a treatment for depression and anxiety with very high correlation deposit result because you just feel better yeah norepinephrine release is a is increasing your endorphins your dopamine your cortisol Sasser all you're happy chemicals are flowing through your body so just as a simple function of that in the other benefit is like the number one benefit this report from people as you sleep better yeah so that combined with this anti inflammatory component is very powerful is particularly when you think about the center for disease control you look at their top ten list of most fatal diseases there are seven of the top ten or inflammation base you look at diabetes heart disease all cancers eat you know what you just said the list of weather's Parkinson's and Alzheimer's so flat this is all information so you know the more information you can suck out of the system the better off you are from a longevity perspective apps that rumor feeling really energize and unit for people who can't picture you walk into this booth and everything that John as a quick cryo is stated they are it's actually are the most beautiful crowd machine I've seen but you walk into this booth I think if you have issues with claustrophobia it's the goes by so quickly I don't even think you have a problem your head is out your head is out and yeah I had a friend in the room with me to help me like cherry but it just felt so energizing yeah we crank up the music a lot of it's a yeah it did help distract you and our staff will be you know is in there to help you get through it is quick I mean it really is it's three minutes so it's like you can do anything for three minutes and we're having only had one person out of the like you know kind of probably ten thousand people that we have been at through there that has tapped out early and he was a bit of a prima Donna yeah well I did the full three minutes and I was tempted to tap out early it is there yeah you know what happens is you eat it this this it builds your immune system you also your ability to withstand the cold you know this is these are called **** medics stressors witcher if you have a four matic stress or something is that that you're stressing the fact that you have on your body that makes you stronger it's like you know trees that grow in very strong winds are much stronger than trees they just grow without any wind and that's the same with your body the more like these intermittent chronic stress bad intermittent stress good same with like a high intensity interval training other things so if you can like kind of a stress your system like this with either either hot and also cold from time to time that's gonna make you stronger person yeah it's a great allergy integrated ology so for somebody if they're interested in trying an appointment with quick cryo with the cryotherapy machine which is that standard machine were just talking about what do they need what can they expect how do they get a point with you and how often do you suggest they cap it's super simple you know people can walk in off the street we take walking appointments all the time we've got to machines that that the treatments three minutes so it as fast as you can take your clothes off and put it back on you can be into it we have clients who come in basically every day and they're back on the street in ten minutes some people never even get off their cellphones conference call is like oh god do visited you know so but I think that you know is it's that easy we do some other treatments there are localized in and is that a tree was that kind of thing to take a little bit longer but you know you don't have to prop in any way you can have your make up on fully make up and hair and so forth you just like walk in you get blasted you're on your way so people do this on the way to work at lunch after work other weight to a function at night it gives you a great boost of energy and it's just likes the kind of thing that you do as a maintenance is is free coins you can't so if you're trying to recover from an injury or recover from surgery like I think you might do this twice a day you might do it once every other day you know if you're trying to use this as a mechanism to lose weight because there is a is a business studies they're shown that when you do this on a regular basis is for this way if you go to Antarctica and your own expedition they'll recommend the eat six that to a seven thousand calories a day just to maintain your body weight so with this type of a cold stress like this you're kind of tricking your body into thinking maybe I live in Antarctica and what happens is internally you start building up this mechanism where you're not shivering anymore we use your body is is good thermogenesis which it is creating he either shivering Thurman Johnson non shivering and you're building up was called brown adipose tissue which is brown fat which is just chock full of mitochondria which is what creates energy in your body and gives you that Basil mob metabolic rate that release increases your caloric burn so when people do this on a regular basis these are building their basal metabolic rate because they're they're they're kind of tricking this bio how active check your brain to thinking maybe I live in a really cold environment then your body's going to be burning more calories a matter of course all day so if somebody wants to do this let's say as part of their weight loss plan would you suggest they come in once a week twice a week every day every day yeah I mean I think that with the studies that I've seen are you know you do somewhere between ten and fifteen times and every thirty day period for several months so it's a you know I'm I'm just saying if it's if it's free you go in every day if you're trying to maximize the your your your dot it we have you know some memberships and that kind of thing that make it very affordable for people want to come on a on a very regular and an every day basis in your open seven days a week an open seven days a week yeah at two seventy one church St back at the three of you for writing this down right now would get but you but you know every other day to every other every every third day is is certainly beneficial and this is the kind of thing where you know if if if that was just like really concerned about like just living a healthy long life in and trying to ward off evil spirits this is the kind of thing that you can be doing on a regular basis but you don't have to go and do that you know pay sixty dollars or whatever the cost is going to be for as a whole body session you can do this in a cold shower you know every day when you wake up in the morning at the in the shower just flick it on a cold take three or fewer three to five deep in an out brass each one of those would be about ten seconds so you try to do thirty seconds to a minute or so and that's gonna get you a lot of the way down the path of what you need to do to you know kind of get a lot of benefits from this weekend for listeners if you go to a spa there's a cold that pool the same type of thing a lot of times people gyms have them as well but it's something as John said to go in there for at least a couple minutes super super beneficial especially if you're trying to you know lose weight and reduce inflammation John one of the things that I did when I went to your space the very first thing as I sat at the counter when you first walk and by the way jons quick cryo location in tribeca is beautiful when you walk and just everything is state of the art it's really nice it's really welcoming the staff is knowledgeable it's this tech friendly it's very very very cool so even if you're downtown walking by just pop in and say hi there very friendly and they can do to show you around and show you what's going on but I got hooked up to this little oxygen machine and that was a very quick pick me up I'm actually before was coming over to the studio here to do this that's right you know that the oxygen is something that I I put in is is is kind of a you know as a really got down the path on this and I was looking at all the things that were were really beneficial and it's really the number one it's like wow bio hacking one O. one more oxygen you know and if you are meditating is kind of force function of meditating when the reason why I feel much better after doing like some deep breathing is your re oxygenated yourself it's it's like the first thing you can do to help your body heal itself and feel better is getting more oxygen your system there's the unfortunate side effects of oxygen also which is free radicals it's just like oxidative stress and that's why I want talk so much about getting as many anti oxidants and is your system as possible so we address that also but the oxygen bars something you know these things like a whole body cryotherapy also compression which is not hot or cold it is the major lymphatic drainage in your system you said you have that too yeah so the normative compression and these things when you when you're stimulating your circulation your system the more oxygen you have in your our system of that time the more healing is going to do is bring it is as simple as that yeah and that how long a treatment is that I saw the room for that again it looks so cool that's something I haven't done yet with you but I will come into yes half an hour to an hour call to sheep is napa New York so it's like thirty by thirty dollars for half an hour and you you know kinda late this very luxurious very super comfortable zero gravity chair you put some wireless beats headphones on with some guided meditations you hook yourself up to some oxygen or the nano V. which is another feet of German engineering that we have which is a little device that counter acts the affects of oxidative stress it's just a remarkable anti aging device that all the you know kind of guys who are taught like Ben greenfield in the vast breed looks store and so forth who are talking I live in a two hundred years old they use every day it's amazing and for you for your personal protocols what do you do because you look I mean you look so vibrant and healthy and you just glow pretty good for a ninety five year I always tell people I take my pair cental supplement.

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"seven thousand calories" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Five questions first of all they started phasing out the band a few years ago as they redesigned about eighty of their locations and now they just decided to get rid of the bands in the other five hundred and twenty years so location is having more fun like holograms or something yeah don't you think that will better they're gonna what they're going to do is they're going to replace the bands with a dance floor that lights up as kids move on it on now they'll still have some poor guy dressed up as Chucky cheese that's kind of fun so for that lights up as kids move on and they have a one of those the Crayola experience that they have like a floor that all this stuff moves and you can interact with that they need it's like these images projected and then the kids if you like jump out of the paint will splatter and yeah it's really fun okay what else happens at Chucky cheese I've been in one one time it just look like a big cafeteria battery can beat that they have games is a pizza and I don't remember the pizza being great but then I have her there I remember little square I love to cut in squares yeah I can eat like double the pizza that's kind of where is it doesn't feel good for my waistline yeah me too but I mean if you're not eating if if like you could make a frozen pizza and you don't eat the whole thing you just quit he is a really hard not to eat a whole frozen pizza is right it's like seven thousand calories a lot of calories and anything else you would go well that's a lot is shocking how like in regular things you can go okay that would be too much food but when they serve you like one triple a radio you are well of course I'm gonna eat this breed out those are big right back one but one time in my whole life seriously yeah aburrido yeah now do you have triple a breed us I've probably been my longest streak with not being a triple a but back in college I'd go there every week every week every weekend so god love yeah I haven't had one in awhile and then I kind of got into the bulls yeah yeah I know the tortillas so good though I heard he is so good the only problem is I wish that they would like to mix it up in there a little bit more because you end up getting like one giant bite of sour cream I.

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"seven thousand calories" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I think that dissolution works. And, and I think that's what's great. And I think she finally gaining the confidence that she can actually get there. And I think that's super important. When you get on the scale every day, and you see the scale moving in the right direction and you realize that you have something to look forward to every morning. Feeling good. Yeah. Pound down days is, is great really impressive. We had Claude come in. He finished up. He just finished up a second round talking about the CPAP machine. So he lost seventy five pounds onto rounds at a program. So what's that thirty two? So that's pretty good. Right. So that's two rounds at a program, seventy five pounds. So that's eighty days. So seventy five pounds and eighty days of the program, and he's also he stopped his, he was able to stop the C Pap machine three weeks into his first round. And so he hasn't obviously hasn't had to come back to it. His total in terms of waist size. He went from a forty four waist pants to a thirty two waist. That's pretty impressive. Yeah. Near clothing. Yeah. Time for shopping time for shop. Time for a lot of I mean forty four you can't even you can't even belt that thing. That's, that's a tremendous. Now he can't. He can't even redo his old clothing. No, no, no go through. Stuff south. So we nations donations a good win. Win win. Yeah. So that's thirty twenty thirty forty four to thirty four. And so when he came in, we did new hair and saliva with him. Use the buyer scans to personalize supplements than we also looked at bloodwork functionally assess the blood work to see what supplements show up there personalized the program form. He got he was, we gave him a pulmonary support digestive support a detox support and got him the supplements that he needed got him down got the body work in the right way to round seventy five pounds down Bank. How nice is that now you talk about breathing? You know, if you can't at night if you're, if you're not breathing properly, it's going to, if you're not sleeping properly, and breathing properly, it's going to have all kinds of detrimental effects to people generally blood pressure us come with that other types of concerns as well. And it's, it's a big deal. And especially I mean to sleep with sleep ATM machine. My father used to have that before we for my father, did the program. He actually had to use a C Pap machine. Also, then he lost thirty seven pounds and didn't need the CPAP machine. I just remember just remember. I just remember how, how yeah I remember how cumbersome it was for him. And obviously you know if you're using that machine and, you know, if you don't have a solution, you got to keep using it, but I'm just here to tell you that they're most of the time you lose you lose twenty forty pounds. You're probably not going to need the CPAP machine. It's almost one hundred percent related to weight is probably eighty percent of the people using CPAP machines. Probably using it, because they're, they're overweight need to lose some weight. So the solution can be there you can stop using that, that thing. I mean at least worth giving his shot, you know, what's the worst case scenario is you lose forty pounds and. You don't need thing anymore. So real easy to do without any shots without hormones without surgery without hunger. That's how this program works. We're getting your body to burn three two two two five thousand three to seven thousand calories of its own fat for fuel people. Don't realize, you know, those pound when you talk about somebody losing pound a day..

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"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Hey, how you doing crystal? What's going on? Good. I'm calling personal. Hello lady. Holloway. Hello it. I'm calling because you guys were talking about the fit that's drink sex and stuff I wear my Fitbit accidentally while giving childbirth. Oh, how how many steps was that? I didn't really count the stuff that carry like the caloric burn off. So I burn like seven thousand calories. No. Seven towns counters. But you lost like thirty pounds, right? How'd you lose that weight fast? Because the entire time that I was pregnant I actually lost weight at the end of my pregnancy than I did before. Making the whole world jealous over here. Power. Thank you Krystal. Thanks for sharing. But, you know, next time you do it. Make sure you have your fit bit on and get back to us. Okay. No. Hold on don't shirts. What do you want me to do? We don't know you do. But we don't pay look backstreet boys or coming up sent her shirt. Would you? I'm sorry. I was kidding crystal. Subtypes inches in it fun to say, yes, it is. You sound like, Alex and a hollow. Anyway, so going back to the fire festival because I know that froggy saw it into a frog. He was saying he thought those people who went through all that spent all that money to get burned in on that little island in the Bahamas or in the Bahamas and the exists. He say they deserved it. I couldn't think of a better group of people to be stuck. Because it's kind of like this is Darwinism at its fine. It's happening right here. You're watching karma. Take place only Only for for the the behavior. behavior. And the workers and the people. For the lady that that restaurant. Yes. Okay. So questions. Why why do we why do we get joy out of watching deuce bags? Get squirmy. What did you not want to do back together under saying let let's put ourselves in their position they flew all the way out to the spend all this money and they were met with awful conditions. Nowhere to sleep no show. No food nothing to drink. They got sunburn, and they they had to scramble to try to get back home. I wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy. I think it's awful. But I kind of human if you think about it. Well, no, I think demergers are probably worse. Yes. I met him to say if we just we just get some kind of weird headed faction seeing douche pegs have to go through pain like that do Spang rarely do you ever get to actually see karma take place right front of your face. Plus there were so many red flags leading up to it. There were so many signs that they just kind of all ignored because they wanted these really cool pictures for Instagram and wanted to do it and on top of that like the way that they handle themselves. Once everything went badly was just such a sign of what people you are. But it's still like, you know, when you're driving down the street onto you and you see. The good the really nice car. And that's the one that broke down on the side of the belly with a flat tire. Right. You hike? Getting a little ha ha just a little one. All right, not being petty. And I am that often. Mind next time, you're broken down on the side of the road. Or next time you fly to the Caribbean for a show that doesn't exist. Regularly all the time. I just don't take all of those people deserve a sitting ridiculing one was like what about I don't wanna ruin too much of it for people who haven't it's a story. It's a new story. Okay. The one kid who was like, oh, well when once once the sun went down, and we realized it was bad. We started stabbing all the tents and ping on the mattresses Rania doing you jerk like Look, look. I know those people reduce back. Everybody on that island was the do. Now. I don't think they all were sometimes you sometimes you have like a good friend is a deuce bag in. They'd like do you want to go out for the weekend? Yeah. Do is beg on. Of the movie it's called douchebag islands yet. Series already got his tickets..

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"seven thousand calories" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"It was because these guys are on foot. I mean, there's not a whole lot. They could do. And so then when I heard about bulletproof I was like they kind of had this. But it was a little different. And you only need it when you were shivering so bad that you needed five thousand calorie at seven thousand calories a day. It's kind of funny. The idea for bulletproof coffee came to me because I had exhausted the western medicine stuff. And I knew I wasn't happy. And I believe that everybody wants to be happy. I was just willing to literally go the ends of the earth for this. So when I try to list off that was supposed to work and didn't I said, I'm going to go learn meditation from the masters, so I took offered Tibet, and it's been about three months in Nepal into bed and went to monasteries meditated things like that. And then went to mount Kailash, which is remote western Tibet middle of nowhere five days. Four wheel drive to get there and five days in a four wheel drive. You get their hours a day. Yeah. Oh my gosh. That does not there's no way to get there on a plane or anything. No. This is one of the most remote parts of the world now and. It's where visiting Mount Olympus of Buddhism and Hinduism. So this is where the gods live on. This mountain knows ever climbed the mountain, and you go and you walk twenty six miles circuit at eighteen thousand feet elevation around. It sorta like tonner the mountain said I'm going to go do this just because it's one of the things that Jones ever died like it lists. No one from the west. It turns out a lot of people go there in the middle of summer from India and Tibet it's one of those going back sort of things. So I'm going to try this. But I got there two months late, and it was ten degrees below zero. And there's thirty mile an hour winds, and there's only eight people in these little guest house, the call the mud huts on the and I'm feeling racks because the allegation is cold all the way recovered now and this little bit and woman, I saw a picture of her. She gives me yak butter tea, and I drink and it was like game on feel so much better. And it just stuck in my head. I made a habit of noting when I felt amazing. I felt crappy. So I could just find the variables that caused it. And I drink a lot more of that. And when I came home, I decided. All right. I'm gonna start experimenting. I ended up doing the mold free coffee grass fed butter because I tested regular butter. It doesn't work, and I added the brain octane from the knowledge I had from the anti-ageing group, but something else happened in Tibet. I haven't talked about very much I descended seventy five hundred vertical feet in one day. And I completely jacked up, my knees. So I already out arthritis a little like walking down the downstairs for you know, a mile and a half vertical or something. You know? It was I five days could not walk him, a two polls. I could barely massive swelling agent pain. So we're driving to bet, and I really wanted to go in this walk, but I wasn't gonna be able to do it. So we stopped this little mud building on the side of the road and asked to Chinese guy the bus, and you could read the menu. Hey, what does it say? And he read everything I'm looking for collagen. I know I need collagen in my joints. That's what they're made out of just to repair them. There's only one menu item that will fit the Bill. It was pigs ears. Oh, delicious. By the way. I got a bowl of cold boiled pig. Xeres? It was horrible. Really? They're kind of good if they're done, right. I know what you're talking to like the one guy had bulls of pigs ears and just haven't had Xeres, buddy. You know? I imagine that could be good roadside without refrigeration nowhere. It was brutal. They've been dictum in hot soups, and they really chewy. But the next day, my knees were fifty percents header I just needed the materials, and I'm not putting pigs ears at my coffee..

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"seven thousand calories" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"You, wrapped up ninety kidding. I flip a con wanna be live. We lived in Humboldt California for years. Like cheese, humbled fog, maybe on both bogging. The back. Yes. But don't eat it because he had a puncture. I'm sorry. Go ahead now. I know he's terrible. I triple cream like it's forty seven thousand calories and like one scoop on a Ritz cracker. But go ahead. So, but I agree with you. And the four years that I lived in Humboldt I was a trainer and nutrition coach. So currently my my clients are still the ones who have been with me since the beginning. I took a little time off. I went down another industry, and I came right back. So I still have the clients that I have right now are all ones that have worked with me before. So I'm not hard up a mailing my list, I've put out maybe one or two offers just for the coaching. Yup. But I haven't tried to sell them for anything else. And the coaching is my mailing list. Is I would say ninety eight percent people that have already worked with before. Great. So look the more. Listen, I had a call today with a real estate company, and they were asking why real estate agents are struggling on social, and I'm like because trying to sell a home on every post right like. Still to this day. Jab jab jab right hook that book. I wrote impacted so many people because it gave them a very simple way to think about like give give given ask right too. Many people interpreted it as give give give and take when you emanate X if we can create something in two thousand nineteen where you eliminate expectation from your following. Like, that's the part that everybody's struggling with. They give me that's one. That's exactly right. But everybody's like you put out this great content. Like now by my shit. Like have you been putting out great content? And wait have you been putting out great content? The whole time just I mean, it's literally guy and girl dynamics I tell a lot of guys and girls on a one to one. I'm like look. It's dating dynamics. If you're such a nice guy to the girl, mainly just a hook up one time. Like, you're not gonna win that you're not gonna bring something meaningful. You have a short term agenda. Right. Right. And so like, why are you giving and what are you trying to create? So look if you have the hustle of flipping, and that can buy you air cover to disproportionally, give content and all your best advice, which then gives you the advantage on once a year throwing that right hook for whatever you're trying to do within that fitness space. You will win. All right. Thank you needed to hear that so bad. You don't understand how bad I needed to hear that? You know? What's funny? It took me a longtime only started tapping these feelings strategy matters. I've never realized that like it like, it's matters. The most like fitness at you want to hear my finish story real quick keep on on a plane five years ago. I realized everything good in my life was when I was accountable to others not myself. I'm a great boss because I wanted to live for them. Not what they do for me. Right. I'm good at my on a give and I get selfish out of the selfishness selflessness of it on this plane. I realized right. I don't want to do more pushups that I did yesterday. I don't compete with myself like a lot of people. Do I don't do it for me. So I realized what if this is literally how it went down. What if I hired a fulltime person who travels with me because I'm traveling a lot. And what if I didn't wanna let them down right literally? That's what's happened. I figured out my fitness life because I don't wanna let Mike or now Jordan and Mike's coming back for tour. Switch on and off like I don't want to let them down. I love that. And that is like weird, right? Like, let me, but it took strategies works for you. Yeah. It's it's being accountable to every it's why I'm winning. I'm accountable to everybody else not my own selfish needs. So many people say to me like how how do I get into working out? And I say, well, you know, obviously, if you can do stuff at home, but if you really want to do something and be accountable and actually get it done book, a workout with a friend because if you don't show up you've left..

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"seven thousand calories" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"But do you eat like shit? Tell the truth do not lie to Hannah. I'll be straight with you. I eat like garbage. Yeah. I knew it. I felt it right through the vocals United. I knew I could tell that move faucet. Knock you out and dog. That y. This helpful. Hannah. Like this. Like this trench could like run all Dallas. Meanwhile, eat like forty at like like now chocolate Pau bad bad about that bad. Like, I'm Philly kicking. Right. But I will grow fucking chicken. Once you're eating dog shit. And you Trent do not lie. The handle TRAN do you eat processed foods a ton? Yeah. Deal. Eat a lot of sugar. Yes. Yeah. He's how much water. Do you drink a day not much our code? I get a gallon. That's a lot. That's a lot. I don't drink water for shit. I'm gonna disappear heated basically, never drink water. What in a water, though, he figured out hack out? It's like the gallon that you get from. You know, why he drinks a lot of water? I Bank exactly a bad job with my guess. It's cliche. All these people. Walk around my office, looking my gallon, and then look at their fucking table and Taco Bell and fucking twizzlers everywhere. Right. People love to do bandmates like yo I run a five K, and I drink water, cool, bro. You eight forty three twinkies this week. Right. How many vegetables today six I try to at least do a handful of broccoli a day. The white. I'm still eating like crap. But I'm doing like a handful of veggies essentially for like two meals doesn't really do anything. I would just okay. So in addition to like, those agility and endurance things, you're obviously your water intake is great. But you you clearly need to switch up what you're eating, and I would say try and eat a majority of vegetables on your plate with like a six to eight ounce piece of protein and cut out all of your process shit. And then if you're hungry, you should be snacking on a lot of people talk to me, I want my name on. I think it's really important. I be doing your hunger. I great he got otherwise, you're right. You're going to like I used to not eat during I still basically don't eat during the day. But when what would happen is? I would seven thousand calories at like ten pm. Yeah. Terrible. Don't you should definitely not be eating at least two and a half hours before you go to bed because your body like really digests and detox is while you're sleeping, so definitely. And you should be drinking glasses of. Before you go to bed and two water as as like, no joke like this is like the cliche like I'm dying to ask you this like straight up and don't lie to me. Like, you're nailing this to glass thing in the morning and night. Oh, hell, yes. Seven days a week. Oh that religion to oh, my God, just like taking shine. Now creates ideal. Also, I don't eat and drink at the same time because for optimal digestion, you're supposed to drink water forty five minutes before and after a meal, I talk about it in my honestly out this stuff. Sounds too hard. Just eat like Jack back. It's honestly not that hard. It's like small conscious things that you should be doing. But I was going to say about snacking, you should definitely be snacking on veggies some protein, whether it's like whether you're making eating like carrots and HAMAs or even just like some sliced Turkey like just don't eat. How do you feel? How do you feel about flap read like we latte bread now on our math? Nah. What are you talking about? Pinera like what's happening, dude? You're on the go to Carbone after this about to eat so much spaghetti and just think about how fucked up this all is because hand just only not to ship fourteen glasses of wine and like nine piece of bread triple spaghetti special only fucking Monday, bro. Right. But that I won't eat too. Like, by the way, that's terrible. This is listening to your body's interesting. I believe you. And I do believe that there are like, I always like in marketing, there's best case strategies. And then there's nuances I will tell you as a forty three year old..

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"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

"As you do to like that least. Yeah. I would say more than that. Then the little roles are probably a hundred and twenty and then got the chips and salsa. Mexican restaurants. Guacamole guacamole is never just freeing to tell you you have to pay for that stuff. So you're you're in charge of your own destiny. But I think it's the bread and butter that is mindless, do you know, it's like it comes to the table. And I I see the people that I know that are not even paying attention. They don't if you told them that they had three rolls and butter. They'd say, no, I didn't just had a role but they've eaten three. So what's the solution there? I mean, I I don't feel it's okay to say don't bring the bread basket. Unless like if I were going out to Lynch with you, Jamie to we could do it. But if you're with a group or with somebody who wants the bread, you just have to just be strong or you can plan for it. Like, I know I go to mastro's they have the best pretzel bread on the planet. And I'm going to have some of that I'll have a half a roll or even a whole. But I won't have dessert if I do that you have to think about it. And I'll skip the. Butter because it's you know, what I'll do I'll like casually push it over to the other side of the table. Like if it's out of reach. I have to think more about it. So I'll just kind of position it on the other side of the table. When no one's looking restaurants. Do that that crisp the parmesan crust is that just as bad probably I myself into thinking that it's not. But it is a lot of butter on it and cheese. So grew probably not great. But another solution there is that like you don't wanna show up. This is a trick that I do in my husband thinks I'm a little nutty. But I will actually have a bite before we go out to eat like if I feel like I'm starving. I need to take the edge off my hunger. So I'll have either a piece of an apple or like a half of an orange something that will make me feel less ravenous and less likely to attack the bread it's counterintuitive, but so smart because you're thinking, oh, I'm going out to dinner. It's not about spoiling your appetite. It's about spoiling your likelihood to devour that breadbasket because it's the first thing you, see exactly, okay. Next up. The next mistake that you. Be making drinking your calories. I always say this. This is just like a through line to life. If you go out to eat, and you're not paying attention to what you're drinking. You could take an extra five six seven thousand calories. If your order in sugary drinks or the frozen cocktails or the fancy coffee drinks at the end of your meal, every single thing adds up. So like, my my go-to is sparkling water. So I like either club soda or Perrier perr is my sparkling water of choice. But if you do wanna cocktail there are things that you can get. So do you guys go out, you don't drink you to know? I'll have a beer every once in a while or glass of wine, and then I used to get on Palmer. But then I realized I can just make a couple lemon wedges and make lemonade out of that without an sugar. And yeah, and you can you can sweeten it yourself. Good. Heck, mikey. Lemonade. And and it's very true. So you just take the ice tea. You squeeze them lemons in and then you could add stevia there's your Arnold Palmer. I didn't learn that for my I didn't come up with that. I Lincoln got it from Jamie, or you or something. Hundred taking credit. But I will do I create my own cocktails. A lot will first of all I'm the one that shows up with the purse that has the little packets. So I will often at the table distribute little lemonade packets the sugar free drink mixes, whether it's pineapple or strawberry or Margarita flavored. And so we'll all be concocting. We'll be like bartenders at the table, which is great..

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"seven thousand calories" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"seven thousand calories" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On the day after Christmas and American endurance athlete, Colin o'brady completed a fifty four day solo trek across more than nine hundred thirty miles of the vast -ness of Antarctica over the past century. And then some there have been many expeditions across the frozen continent since Roald Amundsen, I went to the south pole Ernest Shackleton tried to cross shortly. Afterward generations have follow. Those pursuits is equipment has changed and the routes have changed considerably part of the path. For example, is now flatter, but o'brady became the first to complete such a difficult track with no supply drops or wind kites William Brian talks with him and his wife about his journey and enduring the worst of aunt article. With the final thirty two hour, eighty miles. Push Colin o'brady became the first person to cross Antarctica alone, without any assistance, the Thirty-three-year-old celebrated with a post on Instagram writing. I did it. This was fifty four days after setting off on this. Brutal nine hundred thirty mile long trip. Upon arrival Brady tearfully called his wife and expedition manager, Jennifer. Saw o'brady started the treacherous journey on November third at the Ron ice shelf on the continent's eastern side. He said off at the same time as forty nine year old Louis Rudd a British army, captain who's also trying to make the historic trip. The two men raced each other for nearly two months passing over mountains of ice and snow across the south pole. Then o'brady made it to the finish the Leverett glacier at the Ross Ice Shelf Antarctica landmass ends in the ice. See begins. Others had made the crossing before. But they'd had with supplies or kites that helped pull them across the ice. O'brady had none of that help most as he trekked twelve hours pulling roughly four hundred pounds on his sleds. He climbed up ice ridges pushed through blinding snow and thirty mile an hour headwinds and had to endure temperatures as low as minus eighty degrees Fahrenheit, really consumed about seven thousand calories a day to ensure he had enough energy for the grueling trek. Still his legs were emaciated by the end. He dumped his attempt the impossible, I which it certainly would have seemed just a decade ago. That's because of an accident that burned nearly twenty five percent of o'brady's body, primarily his legs and feet. Doctors warned him he might never walk normally again. But after a lengthy rehab, he went on to become a professional triathlete. And.

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