18 Burst results for "Seventy Grams"

Philadelphia: 12 indicted in alleged family-run N. Camden drug network

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Philadelphia: 12 indicted in alleged family-run N. Camden drug network

"More than a dozen people have been indicted after law enforcement officials in New Jersey on covered a family run her win in Fenton all operations K. Y. W. skin Glover says more on operation strikeout New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir gray wall says the drug network operated in a violent north Camden neighborhood charges against those involved include first degree racketeering making illegal and untraceable ghost guns and related drug crimes Wilbert segera of Camden the alleged ring leader is charged with first degree leading a narcotics trafficking network that carries a sentence of life in prison including twenty five years without parole the indictment alleges that the network sold single dose wax folds of heroin and fentanyl starting in January twenty nineteen and operated around the four hundred block of grant street in north canton it also had a second location on Whitaker Avenue in Philadelphia the single doses carried names like sponge Bob bad boys and the Lizzy gang investigators say the bad boys heroin has been linked to fatal overdoses eight of the fourteen involved in the operation were arrested last October in addition hundreds of wax folds of heroin and fentanyl were seized guns and plans to make ghost gun assault rifles and semi automatic pistols and seventy grams of pure fentanyl

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"seventy grams" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"This goes back to two thousand understanding of it goes back to two thousand and six psychologists could Paul rose in published a paper on this phenomenon. That's called unit bias and explains compelled to eat a whole packet of crisps or drink a whole lot of smoothie even when we should technically only have half and basically his study found no matter how large or small particular items for example give sandwich or an ice cream we tend to view as one portion. I think kind of get that right if you even though you might serve pastor a little bit more one day a little bit less when you're kind of eat the full amount not because you know you should be eating seventy grams but because you just finish the ball if I saw a tub of ice cream it's not my phone psychologists folk. It's just unit and and what the problem with this is is that unit or food sizes sorry. I've been getting bigger as a two thousand thirteen report the found that Loza portion size of actually increased massively from the ones that are recommended commended back in the one thousand nine hundred ninety difference a portion of garlic bread. I wonder what she should be. My default behalf again. I think is like a sharing thing but something tells me that I'm going to look at that. Portion is actually probably one. Mm fifteen slice or something like that anyway a portion of garlic by thirty percent larger than it was in the nine hundred ninety. S and biscuits are on average seventeen percent bigger whereas none of us because he's ruled packaged separately are eating thirty percent less less colleague Brad. We're not saying Oh stop towards the end of the beget. We're not saying we'll leave this tiny crescent Nabisco so this unit bias phenomenon is allowing foods get bigger while it kind of has get out the portion sizes saying well technically..

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"seventy grams" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"This goes back to two thousand understanding of it goes back to two thousand and six psychologists could Paul rose in published a paper on this phenomenon. That's called unit bias and explains compelled to eat a whole packet of crisps or drink a whole lot of smoothie even when we should technically only have half and basically his study found no matter how large or small particular items for example give sandwich or an ice cream we tend to view as one portion. I think kind of get that right if you even though you might serve pastor a little bit more one day a little bit less when you're kind of eat the full amount not because you know you should be eating seventy grams but because you just finish the ball if I saw a tub of ice cream it's not my phone psychologists folk. It's just unit and and what the problem with this is is that unit or food sizes sorry. I've been getting bigger as a two thousand thirteen report the found that Loza portion size of actually increased massively from the ones that are recommended commended back in the one thousand nine hundred ninety difference a portion of garlic bread. I wonder what she should be. My default behalf again. I think is like a sharing thing but something tells me that I'm going to look at that. Portion is actually probably one. Mm fifteen slice or something like that anyway a portion of garlic by thirty percent larger than it was in the nine hundred ninety. S and biscuits are on average seventeen percent bigger whereas none of us because he's ruled packaged separately are eating thirty percent less less colleague Brad. We're not saying Oh stop towards the end of the beget. We're not saying we'll leave this tiny crescent Nabisco so this unit bias phenomenon is allowing foods get bigger while it kind of has get out the portion sizes saying well technically..

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"seventy grams" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"Right. Like a, a lot of people like your eyes get tired, when you're reading a book for more than twenty minutes, or maybe it's even shorter than that for some people. But it might take two hours to get your brain to stop focusing on work, especially if you have a lot of mental stickiness going on. So I think that a combination of TV movies, video games and reading I put reading at the end because I think it's the most like physically tiring indecent thing. And I'll make one other point that I disagree on. So I was listening to a podcast with a seep expert recently. He was saying that you shouldn't do reading in your bed. I think there are a lot of people that when they read an it starts making them fall asleep will ruin that effect if they get up and do something else, even if it's reading in the living room and getting up and going to sleep in their bed. And so actually think most people should probably, and the night reading in their bed, very close to nightstand where they can just put the book down, or even just fall asleep with it if they have to. So I think those are the basic things but you asked me about supplements, so first of all, make sure you're eating food. I know I had a problem for a long time, where if I did not eat enough food, I would have insomnia. But if I didn't measure and track the food that I was eating the only way for me to prevent the insomnia. Was to overshoot how much food I had eaten which would make me fat. Over time. I don't have to do that anymore, but that's because I did a lot of tracking to really get in intuitive touch with how much food. I'm eating a lot of people under eat. And I would say that, that's one of the biggest things carbohydrate is a tricky issue. So some people on people on low carbohydrate diets, Katie genyk diets getting Khris, the Gabba levels in their brain and gab coming their transmitter. And so some people sleep better on Keita genyk diets, but a lot of people who have sleeping problems. I think it's from not having enough, carbohydrates stored in their liver to keep their blood sugar stable through the night. And in those cases, I think this is especially true people wake up in the middle of the night, quite often. That's because your blood sugar dropped because they didn't have easy access to stored carbohydrate in their liver. So I think there's a lot of people who need to eat more carbohydrate, even if some people benefit by going very low carb. Hydrate and I think probably the worst place to be is in the middle ground where you're not kidding genyk, but you're very low carb. Like if you're eating like seventy grams of carbohydrate a day, if you sleep great on that amount more power to you. But a lot of people, there are not going to be reaping the benefits of increased Gabba that would come on a ketogenic diet, and they're also not Repleting. They haven't trained their body to survive on lower carbohydrate amounts that they would get that they could get away with, if they were eating Kito, but they're not eating enough carbohydrate to actually fuel the carbohydrate demand that they have. So I think that's a big issue then. Oh, sleeping in a cool room is very important. And then covering those, the most important supplements are going to be be six and things that support methylation because both be six and methylation require. To produce melatonin, and I suspect, there's another category of people wake up in the middle of the night, who didn't have enough melatonin precursor to keep their melatonin being made through the night, because he basically got keep making it through the night in order to, to initially falsely, then stay asleep. And part of that is that you need to get the, the amino acid trip defend endear brain in enough supply trip to fan comes from the protein that you eat. But there are basically, two ways to boost its Trump transport into the brain one is exercise and the other is carbohydrate, and you can do that at any time of the day, so it doesn't have to be at night, just like a, a meal, a high carbohydrate meal at breakfast,.

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"seventy grams" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"The study adds to a growing body of research on how sugary drinks may. Negatively affect our health. Now before we go further, I want you to check out the Instagram TV, I g TV that I did earlier this week because this episode is about diet sodas, but I also want you think about sugary beverages and not just sodas. Okay. So hold up think about this your second how much sugar do you think is in a soda? Okay. Don't guess I'll tell you about thirty grams of sugar for twelve ounce beverage like a can of coke. So if the average person is drinking two cans, which is twenty four ounces that is like sixty to seventy grams of sugar in a beverage or a serving whatever or your regular soda. Okay. So the average person whether having a large juice that's like twenty four to twenty five ounces of when people are juicing. They get the large size guess on. What sugar isn't that about the same? In some cases, more. But you're thinking. Yeah. But but it's healthy. It's natural. It's from fruit. Your body doesn't know that your body just knows sugar and by consuming more sugar than what we need a deregulates are insulin response. In other words. It disrupts our body's ability to know what to do with insulin. And then what happens way gain see when your body produces and doesn't know how to regulate insulin. We know that eight creates a magnitude. I mean, a laundry list of problems. Okay. That becomes toxic think about if you've got too much of anything in your body. It can become toxic you guys including water. I mean you die from water poisoning. If you consume too much water, the average person won't, but the average person is consuming shuker in our beverages, and in our food in a level at which has become toxic. Now when we do that our bodies like Sosa. Mart. That says, hey, let's fight this off and one of the ways that everybody tries to fight. These things off is with inflammation, and that inflammation crates plaque. It creates leaky gut it creates disruption of our hormones it creates weight gain. I mean, we've known these things about sugary beverages for quite some time. We've known this about taking in too much sugar. But I think what people have failed to take into consideration is that sugar sugar. Your body doesn't know whether it's from Honey or whether it's from table sugar or fructose or high fructose corn syrup or glucose sugar show her and in this study, they reported that for every additional sugary drink. That's one single drink a person consumes their risk of dying from heart disease increased by ten percent from one drink per day. So I'm gonna ask you a question. I wanna see if you get this, right? How many sugary drinks should the average person have per day? Okay. Well, I'm going to give you the answer zero. That's how many should be having. You should be having zero drinks sugary, sweet drinks per day and less, of course, it's sweetened naturally with stevia. And I wanna say this. I use Steve. Yeah. You sweet leaf stevia. But I try to limit the amount. You know, why? Because we don't know a lot yet about the long term effects of using stevia as a sugar replacement. Yes, it's all natural. Right. But the body receives it as being sweet, right? So it's telling our brain. Oh, this is sweet. And when our brain receives something sweet it once more sweet have you noticed that personally? I'm working progress..

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"seventy grams" Discussed on The Health Code

The Health Code

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on The Health Code

"I cannot sleep. All right. Video boobs Budi. Rickie date dinner date. Ooh. If I was in Australia do more bricky dates, but because he has a great breakfast over here. Yeah. Best pick up line best pick of line. Funny story the girl that I've been I've been seeing the last two months, I did slide into her GM's. Yeah. Cooling. Maybe the blue team. Blue tick. Very intimidated. I would be like what it was. I looked at her her like highlights on her story and she's with her nephew. And I knew it was her nephew. But I have is this your son. I knew it wasn't. But it was like one of those things that if it's not your son, you want it like, you don't want people to think you kidding. Don't. So she said, oh, no, no, I'm not. But I I wish I wish it was. He's such a good kid or something like that. So I just said, and then we started. I phew. Nephews as oh are, you know, aren't aren't isn't being you know, isn't having nephews the best and just talking about national kids? Now, it's just like. Google google. And you're gonna be your cheesy will flow down. You're gonna do your homework. Yeah. I still get on. I didn't get it is to get people sliding into my DM's, Mike, you know, I'm like eight months pregnant and obsessed with my boyfriend anyway, cookie will get them. People deciding to be like US such babe. Do you know that? What do you do that? Yeah. I did. I'm sure I've had some bad in the times I've been single. I'm sure I've had some bad like DM, we probably the three or four people's deems that I slid into that like. All right, usual breakfast. Oh, yeah. Always always some to whole eggs poached if possible, and then that's three eight whites cotton's or you use egg Leguay cartons back in the states only because I feel bad. I feel that wasting and I'm sure I'm saying here, but I don't know how they get all those AIG whites in their world those yolks. I don't know. I don't think about it. So it's just whatever. But so yeah. Use more of the cart and stuff, and then I would say some greens. Like what we had today on the side. Like, spinach, kale, whatever sauteed in there. And then smashed apple toast, like if I'm really if it's a normal usually do one slice of toast without a KADO on it. Twenty eight grams of avacado which is like a quarter of quarter avocado of where I'm at pretty much and then votes with fruit in it too. So it's a lot of carbs probably seventy grams carbs kit. Hits. Seventy grams, and I eat about three hundred fifty grams of carbs a day anyway. So seventy five games eighty nine. Faith, cheap pizza all day. Then then crust like buffalo mozzarella on there. Like because I feel like it's for some reason it doesn't affect me quite the same. But if I'm going all out, I'm going to have cheese. It's going to be buffalo mozzarella. There's actually a really good place at home that does I do my dairy free diet cheese. And it's the only cheeses. No, it's the only cheese that I've had it's not cheese cheese that that that doesn't and I can they do it. So it's kind of like blaze pizza where they cook it in front of you, and you pick your toppings and pitcher pick out much. So I go lighter on the cheese. And then then it's actually it's about six hundred and fifty calories when I get and this was such a question favorite, treat me. Well. He's. That bad about it either. I do easy once twice a week. Just like, I know like it's not like, yeah. It's probably hired fat than because I do put like pepperoni on it and much anyway that it wouldn't really. Yeah. Something like that. Definitely wouldn't like. But when we go to lake Powell Schick and get. You give me checks mix like chin galley like pal all also city as a picture. It's really like if the only people that get it the people that have been there. Yeah. Running this like. Back, and it's just magical. It's on an Indian reservation, the sky is super clear because there's no like towns around it. You know, what it sounds like it sounds like Jindabyne to us. What is that? It's it's where snow season is. And it's just like a really clear beautiful lake with like really fresh air..

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"seventy grams" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"Now, it really was the Khumbu show that I remember you doing the most. And then obviously, it was the first it was the first video, and it was kind of just like a little project on the side like in between jobs, he has a little downtime or whatever you can go tinker around like my project, right? And now you have we have a whole area of. The kitchen firm station fermentation little nook. Yeah. Let's got to look, but there's a lot of scooby's over there now. And you said today you had to feed you had to feed the ladies today girls today actually did that today not solution. And you know, it was the first episode of its alive. But also, it's my least favorite looking back. I like it in a way. It's all it was so sloppy right? And you know, My my. compooter production process now, I mean, I don't wanna see sophisticated, but it's come. It's come a long way. We're not safe inning by mouth anymore. Do things differently. I I have the same thing. And in fact, when that when that video is being edited, and it was being this was like way back in the day. When I would look at look at the food videos before they were published, and I remember there's that part where it overflows and thing, and I was like this. This isn't this isn't good. Like we we don't wanna kit. And and and I was the only one thought and it was like, no, no, no. It's great. It's great. And I think that it is what feels fun and real and that carries through. But I was like no one needs to see what is this? This guy's an idiot. No. But I think it really dials it back into the human element of it. Right. We're we're all trying people like cooking. We all cooking in. It's not a clean studio. We make mistakes things happen the hose falls all things around. And that's what happens when people take these recipe. I mean, not that this was a recipe. But you know, when you when you're looking at home things happen like even like in the test kitchen like things happen for a long time. We were always shooting hands and pans overhead, and it was very clean grant. And it was very curated in a way. And then we started as video started to take off to like. All right. Brad got something. We don't know what it is yet. You know that clean video. That's not gonna work like he saw there. Actually, I think it came down to Grossman. It was a gentleman who was the art director now now works at apple knows what he does. But that's just you know, just go follow Brad around. Right. He's doing something people like hanging out with them just like just follow him. And that's where Vinnie came in. And that's we're Vince just started. Well, don't clap yet it in join us. Other things that he's not with us tonight. No, he's but a mad Hunziker is He's. it's. Oh, it's a three part, man. And you know, Matt Hunziker he's over here somewhere. He does a lot of editing as well. It's not most of it's not I think I think Vinny not being here sort of keeps in line with his Snuffle up kinda persona like every doesn't Adam. But you never really see him. So my head. Yeah. But still going back to the two that Khumbu the experimentation part of it because I think that's also at the heart of the projects. Like, did you have a recipe? So this lady gives you a Scooby. And you're like, I know what this is four you make your like what what was the first batch. It was good. So she gave me these things. She's like, oh, you gotta feed him, and then taste it. And like literally every time you do it. You learn right. Still you still love that. You never really stop learning. And not only that's not just that's cooking. I think and so yeah, they gave me I got the Scooby. And she gave me a base recipe, which was a seventy grams of sugar seventy grams of sugar seven grams of tea, and you need the black T tannin's or whatever..

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"seventy grams" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"That they they don't care. It's that that they don't like that. Right there. Because they think the guy's total con man, swindler phony like errands. And so that's the second dimension. And then the third dimension is no other people believe what they believe about. What you believe? This is why you can't change their minds. Because they don't understand why your falling for it. I'm not choosing sides. I'm calling balls and strikes GAM the weatherman here. I I don't I don't alter the forecast. I'm not responsible for the forecast. I'm just telling you based on where based on cloud, cover, humidity rates and barometric pressure. Why what the weather will be tomorrow? I am not responsible for any of those factors. They can't understand why you are into this. They don't know what what you find appealing about it beyond the that. They understand you voting against Hillary. See I think there's this notion that Trump was the first I've said my whole career when elections are about issues Republicans win, and when they're about personalities Democrats went, and I think there's this notion that Trump is the first presidential candidate on the Republican side in the modern era to win election on personalities. I don't believe that's true. Just like I I started telling you at this time last year. I don't buy into. I think we're going to sit here. I sit at all year long. I wasn't gonna make a prediction because I wasn't sure. My motto was was was broken after the two thousand sixteen election. But my aunt was what that we're going to sit here at the end of the year and come to the conclusion that the voting results, we should just predicted this outcome along too many open Senate seats in places where Trump one too many retirements and swing districts in places where Hillary one and they would have a split verdict. What election did we get at the end that that something I don't think I think the great lie is that Trump has changed things. He's changed anything. I don't I don't think any of the fundamentals are different. I think I think again, go back to what I said at the end of the last election. This is the zany frosting. This is like the Joe Cole of frostings. Okay. It's got like seventy grams of sugar now into the forty eight with the cake hasn't changed the frostings a lot different cake hasn't changed. I don't think Trump's changed anything. I think what happened in the last election is both of them were so far underwater in their negatives. That personality didn't really apply what were the top two issues when you look at the exit polling the top two issues were number one the economy. Well, we were coming out of eight years under under Obama with sluggish growth. We had the highest amount of of of people not in the labor force of all time. We had the highest rate of food stamp recipients of all time. So the economy wasn't a good issue for which party Republicans or Democrats democrat Democrats didn't even throw in had happened to all of your healthcare rates because of ObamaCare. So the economy already wasn't a good issue for them. What was the number two issue courts courts worthy? Number two issue, dish appointments who was that who made that a centerpiece issue of their campaign would be Trump. Trump Trump did not want a personality contest guys. He won a contest on the issues. Even we said, actually, we'll just accept that grotesque personality because these issues, that's that's it. Yes. Yes. That's right there. Yes. So the fundamentals of this have not changed whatsoever. The problem. The Democratic Party has is. The message that resonates the most with the people in your circle of friends and family members who may not be hardened left. Us would be but would be inclined to vote for them is a message most of them don't want to utilize. The the message that resonates is the one that's in that montage..

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"seventy grams" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Center. O'brien southbound the sixty seven souls little slow across Lewis bridge. That's where he had an earlier accident at the jammed approaching insulted out. But now you're backed up from oh, I guess about Parker roader south of there down to two seventy seventy from three sixty seventh floors and jam, but it's slow all the way to the inner belt at least in the right lane. Have that accident south one seventy just as you come off the to seventy grams at eastbound seventy delays Easter McDonnell boulevard eastbound three seventy now is backed up from Truman in pockets away. After the discovery bridges sunshine may be some slick surfaces. We've had problems this morning on bridges and overpasses eastbound three sixty four before you get to younger men up to river valley to stop. It goes southbound sixty one from the Parkway up through the boulevard, you've got delays. It's heavy through the valley to Clarkson eastern basin up to seventy barrels jammed up again. Approach through Hanley westbound sixty four is on the brakes at kings highway northbound to seventy from tests on very all the way up through Manchester. Most of that's property proper eastbound forty four to seventy slow then it backs up east of alpine station into the work zone. Northbound fifty five have delays from about thirty two hundred Broadway. Stop and go from forty four up through through the popular again that elevated stretch could be a little selective. A couple of heavy stretches on onto downtown westbound, seventy passive mutual veterans in Adelaide. In fact, westbound seventy is jammed from the sixty four split up to the major veterans bridge. There could be trouble there. The poplar believe it or not is clear. Mckinley bridge backed up the side and westbound to seventy approaching one eleven to two or three you've had a couple of incidents in that area creating a backup as well. Next update at seven fifty eight from.

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"seventy grams" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"You either love that this not should really, really doesn't bother me simply because it's nineteen point five by nine aspect ratio, the notches so far up there that you're that you wouldn't have had this amount of screen like you. They just added to the top of the phone. They didn't take anything away from you. Don't worry and it looks vessels are symmetrical. Is that true of the symmetrical? Yes, they are symmetrical in LG was at great pains to tell us that it was a metrical because that's one of the things that some people like to point out. That's very annoying about many other phones except for that big junk essentially. Benzel that's up at the top. Yes, just like the iphone. Ten tennis. L. g. wanted. Here's the thing. You can laugh all you want about equal special sizes and all that, but it gives it a visual. Symmetry. That's really nice. It's not something you perceive immediately. It's not. It's a subconscious kind of thing. You look at the phone and you're like, no, that's that's pleasant. You look at the top corner and the bottom corner, and it's the same radius and the same same size. It's kind of nice. I see the so six point, four inch qh plus display nineteen point five, nine. It's it's kind of like light for a big phone, right? Yeah, it's under a just a hair under a hundred seventy grams, which is really light for a phone of this size. That's a smidge larger than a galaxy s. nine plus, but like something like ten percent lighter and it's roughly forty grams lighter than a galaxy. Note nine, which is a lot. Does that awkward to hold something that all in that light. No, I wouldn't say awkward, but it does feel it feels light if feels lighter than one hundred seventy grams. It feels it feel to light for its price. Michael, Mr. mobile really does not like how light it is. I understand that it's the, it's the trade off. You either get the heft and it feels like it's this premium thing, or you get the benefit of the fact that you go to reach the phone, you reach, you know the top third of the phone and you can do it without feeling like the things going to slip out of your hand. I, you know, there's Samsung does it by curving that display to make it a little easier with wise and LG is doing it with thinness. It's, you know, like a millimeter millimeter and a half thinner than most other phones and lightness. The lightness does make a difference. I don't think that it's perceivable enough in less. You're doing one of these phone left. Handphone and right hand in your tossing them back and forth to get a feel for heavy, they are juggling or juggling put it third one in there, and you know, you've got a three thousand dollar juggling. I wonder if there are people who juggle really expensive phones and whether that would you Guinness Book of world record worthy. I I can juggle if we wanna find out seriously, I can juggle. You've got phone boxes, semi three iphone ten s.'s and the porch with a few boxes on sacrifice. Anything important? You know. Easy to get rid of those. All right. Let's talk cameras, Andrew, three, three in the back to the front. You know what's the load out here because that that's a lot of specs. I think we should quickly address the fronts which I'm I think are adequate but are not befitting. Okay. Raise of like we have two cameras there to fixed focus cameras. I would take one auto focus camera over to fix focus cameras, any day of the week. And here's the reason why I understand fixed focus on the wide angle cameras. So this has five megapixel regular camera and a eight megapixel might be the other way around eight megapixel camera five megapixel wide angle camera. Why negle- cameras often have fixed focus because it's so wide that it doesn't really matter with the selfie camera. When you go wide angle, it inherently lets you keep your arm a little closer to your body while keeping everything in.

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"seventy grams" Discussed on Half Size Me

Half Size Me

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on Half Size Me

"It is not feel like very difficult at this putting in the work to get to that protein goal at this time at this time? No, I took me a while. You're out how to do it without going crazy on the calories. I, I didn't get there overnight. It took quite a while to figure out to do it by adding and November. Calorie ops, simply the fish in the sea, seafood and stuff like that that have a bigger bang for your buck and I don't do a lot of protein shakes. I, I'll have one usually on the days I list, but on days I don't lift. I won't supplement with the protein shakes. I try to get it all through food. All right. And since making this change in your diet, since going from what you think might have been around seventy grams of protein up to where you are now, what have you seen changed? Because that's going to be one of the biggest dictators to your body composition change. A lot people will ask me, how do you change body composition, and most of it's gonna come down to dietary intake. So for Houston's making these changes, what have you noticed change in your body composition, your measurements, your weight? All of that I am at the smallest is I have been as an adult. I got down to a pretty low wait awhile back with Weight Watchers. I discovered that through that weight loss process. I lost good a good muscle. 'cause I don't think I was getting anywhere near the protein that I wanted to get back then. Since outing, the protein back in and being very purposeful with that, I have put on like ten pounds, and I'm still wearing the same size Kohl's I was wearing when I was ten pounds lighter and actually fit a little bit better than my weight has gone up a little bit. But my actual like waist circumference and you know, my measurements and everything have gone down and then list have been difficult for you. A lot of times when I have somebody who's achieved a lower body weight on the scale, and then they say, okay, I'm ready to add muscle. And I'm actually thinking about doing that process when they see the scale creep up at all, they tend to wanna pull back and not do the process. How did you overcome that mental hurdle? Oh, gosh, it is a struggle, isn't it? I think joining the half. Those community helped me quite a bit with that mental part of it, but also just having a good group of of friends that were knowledgeable about, you know, weight loss and the journey and stuff like that. Just to talk to you and expressed frustration with and get like a grip on reality. I think the community probably is the thing that was more. Helpful for me in that regard, meaning no, Mogae clear that it's not bad if you're closer sitting better, even though that number on the skill is going off, you know, it's not that you know it's muscle. I had a couple of body scans done, so I could. I had actual evidence telling me that it was getting the results. I wanted all those little things together to help you kinda get your mental game in in order. Yeah, I cannot begin to stress to women who struggle with scale getting something like a Dexsa skin or a Bod pod, something that's going to give you some a different way of seeing your body versus just one number is hugely transformational because you start to really understand this idea of lean mass versus fat mass, kind of watching your body change over time. That's so powerful because when we just wait ourselves on the scale, it doesn't really tell the whole picture. And if you're if you're working on goals, like Elissa is adding more protein starting to lift weights, it's gonna change your body composition for sure. So. So let's go back to the weightlifting. So the nutrition, the biggest change sounds like was the jacking up the protein with the weightlifting. He said he puts you in a basic weightlifting plan. So what was he having you do initially? And then where are you at now with your string training?.

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"seventy grams" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"That's the way it is hard to fill in the spaces. Sometimes we need something else other than eating, I dunno, virtual reality. What do we need? Conceivably. Virtual eating all virtual eating out. We stuff our faces with fake food and. That's where we're at now, processed foods. Severs not virtual. It's actually doing damage right out doing damage the Cooman. You were saying that you eat once a day. What else e other than meet? What do I other than me? That's it pretty much me. Then some snacks had some chocolate every once in a while. Some dark chocolate that I like. I'm trying to think of what I normally so for regular everyday basis. If it's not like cheating, something that I'm eating, they only things are red me and then like nuts and seeds, I would say like, so pay pecans, macadamia nuts. There's our friend makes that our friend Gavin makes the con- butter beardie boys up con- butter really, really Sweden with the tablespoon of maple syrup in the whole jar. So by eating some combat her, that's not bad. Macadamia nuts are great peeling. That's great. And I'm trying to think if there is any other stuff that I eat really like. May, yeah, eggs, avocado, bacon, coffee cheese, but not really. Not really cheese because I find cheese. You don't had a protein bar yesterday and I literally farted the entire day number that best protein bar ever or whatever. You know those. Yeah. Best bar ever want to fart for our street, like the absolute best bar in the market for farting all day. And I've actually still have today from and nothing else on this diet has made me not once. So that's why I think like stick to real food, eat real shit, don't eat I the one time I go away from something they sell in POSCO and. Devastating, devastating, blow up the world. Some of what I'm doing right now as you know, I got the three hundred fifty grams of protein every day the sixty five to seventy grams of fat every day, and then one hundred fifty grams of carbs, which is not a ton of cars. People like you left us. You're not on the war on carbs anymore, but I, I haven't checked, but I might even. Lawley carbs. I'm probably not in Kito sus necessarily having a fat my system to even really high. The other thing I eat. I should mention this because I know it's not an air today, but it's actually national ice cream day today. July, whatever today's and Kito ice cream that I make, but it's made with butter coconut oil. We gotta try so many eggs. I have some downstairs today, whip some cons into it. Yeah, I know it's really good. I mean, it's something that's, I mean, that's pretty much a saturated fat frenzy right there. Coconut oil butter MCAT oil and eggs. Tomorrow..

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"seventy grams" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"The fitness industry and some people that are out of the fitness industry but it's gonna be a great experience i'm really looking forward to doing that photo shoot as well i can't wait you know so excited i think that's gonna be awesome and just being down on the beach and just kind of kicking it and just you don't get in some time with the family and getting the hang out with my brother there's still a lot more to get done with the kito movie we're still working on trying to figure all that out it's a real bear you know real tough thing to tackle power bear it's a it's a power bottom our area yeah it's it's a real it'll be real crazy thing but i i've set up my environment here to work really well with the diet and the training i got two different gyms i try not train here and i train at a gym and davis called get fit and i've been bouncing back and forth between the two and i got everything all set here and i'm dialed in will now moving you know for a whole month and i got kind of reset and you know when i think about l a and i think about travel it's like you know a lot of times i travelled not not like i go nuts with my food but you've been around me more maybe i'll eat a little bit more or go out to eat more and maybe i'll have few drinks doesn't say as successful day have a drink yeah yeah but i you know i there's no room for any of that there's no room to even go out to eat at all so i will be going out to eat with my kids and stuff like that but i'll be like sipping on ice tea i'll be i'll be eating before we go there and maybe after we go there whatever but i can't participate in the actual meal is there's not one healthy fucking thing what if it's bacon steak he's ooh hey now i know yeah yeah that thing is really morton's yeah oh no it's like what what made you decide not to do the show anymore oh yeah a lot of people do that you know and that's been a change to is the body weight has been moving down slower i've been like two thirty ish for the last several days and but you just you know they say trust the process and the body weights supposed to go down slow 'cause i'm the most to lose a bunch of muscles so it is the way it'd be we've got any questions that popped up on their yeah someone had asked like if you had thought about train getting coached by like someone like stanford ing who the rhino yeah yeah actually the rhino talk to me about helping me some posing and stuff and so that would be really cool you know when this show is over i don't have an exact a plan yet i've been putting my faith and trust into hannie for now and stan has coached me for years that's i guess what people don't really know stan coaches me stan helps me with my blood work stan has been a huge help for a long time i've used the vertical diet kind of intermittently haven't fully committed to it for long periods of time i'd like to i'd like to commit to it more because i'd like to just really focus in on just health and also liked to consume a little bit more fat you know and that diet has i'd probably beating about w mount of fat meeting right now but even when i talked to stan about the vertical diet for bodybuilding he goes yeah we put people at about seventy grams of fat day depending on their size and that's where i'm at right now with mine three fifty in protein one fifty and carbs sixty five fat i have egg whites once a day with oats i have chicken breast about twice a day with some rice i have salmon about once a day and have steak about once a day and just kind of depending on where i'm at carb wise those things are mixed and matched with vegetables and or rice nice but it's very simple there's nothing hard about it it just is a pain in the.

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"seventy grams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Twenty six seven hundred wwl w there has been an uptick in shootings in cincinnati recently despite overall crime being down assistant police chief paul new gate says the cincinnati police department is focusing on combating violent crime in the city he spoke with seven hundred wwl w scott sloan about how they're going about doing that and why it's such an uphill battle lieutenant colonel paul negate assistant chief police of cincinnati tweeted something out and he said hey we got two guns off the streets in price hill at glen wayne ross and he he poses question on twitter why so hard to reduce gun violence because both suspects arrested were convicted felons legally barred from possessing firearms instead of the same old hey you know what you're taking my whites away no you're not potent nothing gets done what are you gonna come and gone to figure out how do we prevent felons from getting weapons that they shouldn't have in the first place because of their criminal record lieutenant colonel assistant chief paul when i read your tweet last night i went wow i gotta get paul on to talk about this because you're absolutely right is it's you know we all want senseless gun violence to end a good place to start would be with people who shouldn't have guns in the first place in how we prevent that from happening well i think there's a bigger question scott it's very hard to prevent them from getting him in the first place but it's the follow up when we catch them repeatedly in possession of firearms wondering gauged and violent crime and they're prohibited persons and like the two gentlemen the other day you have a nineteen and the twenty year old scrapped out on the street running around with a nine millimeter with an extended twenty round magazine and we're already convicted felon that nineteen and twenty should not be guessing that file even if they weren't convicted felons they're not old enough to legally purchase it and that's the problem that we continually run into the collaboration of firearms that are out there on the street and we're having a hard time holding those people accountable that use that object in a legal or violent manner so in that regard to let's talk about that paul the the catchandrelease so these two guys get hit with already felons they have guns what's going to happen and then take me through the cycle they're going to get their process they're booked they're gonna have a hearing they're gonna pretrial they're going to go before the judge what happens well i like to not talk about them but let me give you an even better example that i had my gang unit working on last night and here's what i'd like to know you're cincinnati police department is very laser focused on those engaged in violent crime or gangs are canine or violent crime squad people do an outstanding job of targeting that one percent of violent criminals out there on the streets of cincinnati and it it really is only a handful of about fifty or sixty shooters we target those individuals one of them is a mr jonathan green let me give you a little background april twentieth of this year or gang unit does an outstanding job of targeting him because we know he's involved in violent lifestyle we arrest him for a felony one to offense always stop him he's got a hundred unit doses of ecstasy over seventy grams ten grams of heroin we lock them up on the two only one and tony charges on four twenty one the next day.

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"seventy grams" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Body so slurring about your body i didn't put the nutrients correcting hormones exercise and then put in low carb foods in on board and it'll be two parts of it or people doing carbon take below thirty grams and then we can bring that up to fifty to sixty grams or seventy grams depending upon a person's activities so it really finalizes incomprehensively creates a diet plan that could not be better for you because so many of the other plans you're eating or drinking this or that and no one knows about your body beforehand so that's why i'm happy to announce within few weeks that'll be ready okay phone lines are open if you'd like to call and ask a question you could do so right now first caller is virginia thank you i am interested in finding out if torn rotator cuffs can be healed by the stem cell we've seen that we have a lot of people that as you might expect have an injury to their neither hip their shoulder and do not want to go under the surgical procedure where the anesthesia is certainly a risk a lot of people lose significant memory from anesthesia and sometimes the outcome of a surgical procedure is not great so people are always asking you know is it possible that my own cells stem cells can create repair and that's true it is possible i just like to see an mri so i could see what we're up against now if you took a shoelace and you cut it in half and now there are two completely separate ends that are not in the same area that would tend to need to be sewn back together so that ligament or tendon can function well gun put still many of those patients will do stem cells afterwards so ultimately repair mechanism of your body that's what stem cells are so if it's in the me are you just putting like the stem cell just puts would repair maybe a torn meniscus the way that it works is that if there's internal component or damage to your d the cruciate ligaments the meniscus the injections done from the side there's a little bit of a window and i call it.

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"seventy grams" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Cocoa honey pie spice or citrus zest on the sweet and this too is contentious yes there is a common theme according according to me you do not flavor your cream cheese oh really yeah that overwhelms the bagel experience okay yeah you want it to like complement yeah okay yeah uh bagels might be served with a platters of toppings like a thin slice salt cured or perhaps smoked fish capers and sliced tomatoes and onion so that individuals can kind of make their own sorta open faced sandwiches to taste um you could also grill a halved bagel with butter but that is just contentious is all heck and i'm offended by the mention of it i could tell by your body language you are not a fan i like i like choked up about it yeah i like my shoulders tensed in from uh anyway can you can use a bagel is the bread for any kind of sandwich really addo due to the due to the traditional bagels thickness and shoe innis i'd say that this is sub sub optimal yeah softer baked only takes on bagels woodwork for this and i've heard that this is the main way they are used in some places like new zealand original really yeah uh the word bagel comes from the german word bagan which means to bend or maybe doesn't food and instead may get comes from the units word beghal which itself comes obure comes from bugle which is a comes from a german dialect were that translates to ring or bracelet are maybe doesn't maybe the two words are just cousins no one knows really where it came from there's a lot of theories yet in tennis i didn't know this and i used to play tennis a bagel is when you win a set six zero and a triple bagel is when you win a match that way six zero six zero six zero uh so mathathon round fact it is and also another fund random fact is in the bagel family tree it seems that the press soul is one of its ancestors are closely related k historically i see yes and if we're talking about health if you're eating a straight up supermarket mogol it'll run you about three hundred fifty calories on average seven grams of sugar and about thirteen grams of protein two grams of fat and seventy grams of carbs now that's before you add your butter you cream cheese or both or your.

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"seventy grams" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Are totally giving giving them up we're seeing in places like cosco they got big n caps of coconut oil now they carry avocado oil they have carry gold butter so mean were getting the message out there and that's the major chains it's happened since i started this and twenty o four is there anything that you cheese year mind on the early you've learned that you thought was kinda hard hard rule in the beginning that you've switched or softened softenup several thanks the net carbs thing when i first started i bought into net carts because it sounded so great oh you could subtract the fiber in subtract the sugar alcohols and they have zero affect on your blood sugar yeah right so i eventually had to come to a come to jesus moment that said hey look dummy um it may not impact it as quickly but it's still impacts it so you have to count those carbs in those things accounting total carbs truly is the only way to be until actually honest about what your tolerance level is and so if you're counting the net carbs in your getting forty net carbs but it's actually seventy grams a carbs and you're wondering oh my gosh why am i not seeing success will guess what you're counting to a net carbs you got a change it over to total carbs and then you know okay forty grams boom that's my level uh or or in this case you know fifteen twenty grammes probably my level so i think that was a big shift for me and other shift like i said when i first started i didn't really have a lot of guidance on what foods to eat so's eating grocery store food and thanks to the paleo community in about twenty tan i read marxists unspoken and befriended him uh the primal blueprint and then rob wolf with paleo solution and some of the other influencers in the palio community really put real food on my radar screen because i had never thought about eating quality beats and organic vegetables an and fermented foods.

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"seventy grams" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"seventy grams" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Seventy grams the guy what is it that me she saying is associated with the media look the negative side of it and our house diseases that meeting is associated with so research shows that regularly eating right on processed meat is associated with a significantly higher risk of things like tighter rectal counts us lessons on bowel cancer and that's why we recommend the people cut found the may two on average seventy grams a day that was dr louis levy who is head of nutrition science at public health england let's talk a little bit more than about the cost of meat production and start first with the notion of the pollution that the amount of meat that is produced poses to the planet the the cost in environmental terms tarragona let's just get a sense from you all of those statistics that are really alarming for those people who say that we need to cut down on the scale for a start yes so livestock of all kinds require land and that land tonight the be direct for gracing or less of this when it comes to the production of grains two feet animals particularly in intensive systems and particularly poultry and pigs so from an environmental perspective although ruminant so red meat rarely beef and labinal the rest of it has been vilified for it's huge land taken its high greenhouse gas emissions i think it's also important point out that the apparently more benign foods like poultry that tensor using less land but use cereals be really really dependent on cereals they are making use of arable land that is in short supply and again i go back to this idea of a growing global population the needs to feed itself and if we using those grains inefficiently to feed livestock rather than eating them directly than that of putting more pressure on the environment in the future for simon very just explained to us simply what it is that causes the greenhouse gases when when you all farming animals at the scale that we see now of the scale we do now if you're talking about factory farms and so forth that main greenhouse gas emissions will be ah carbon dioxide associated with the growing to feed and the distribution over a wide area of land and and so.

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