18 Burst results for "Spondylitis"

"spondylitis" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on KGO 810

"And she is very allergic, since March, she starts sneezing when she's eating any food. Okay. Gluten tall say this is a woman is very, very toxic. The connective tissues, the part of the body to connect everything together at also the part of the body that nourishes and electrifies detox defies and, and, and oxygenates all of the south connective tissue is the great dumping ground of talk city from the digestive system. So we the food goes into the blood if it's if it doesn't get processes through the intestine correctly talks literally literally leak into the blood once it happens. You've got talks floating around in the blood, eventually those talk, you're gonna get dumped out into the connective tissue and things like five or myalgia, chronic fatigue, syndrome, and connective tissue diseases, which is woman has or manifestations of talks. City in the connective tissue. There is not Niro, nothing. The pharmacy medical model can do nothing. Right. I don't know how much anyways I can emphasize that nothing. But what you can do is, you can begin to clean the blood, and she's lucky. She's lucky. She's young age, by the way. Yes, he's young as we get older. We all have manifestations of this, not as dramatic as more fans syndrome, which is a disease of the connective tissue or ankylosing spondylitis. Still, we feel tired our bodies start to break down. We get arthritis all the diseases that show up with a as we age are manifestations of the same kind of nominee talk city in the connective tissue first and foremost, as always clean, the blood out by stopping the stream of top city that gets into the blood through the digestive track. And that means all things we talked about eliminating problems foods, making sure you're using your alternate enzymes from Javadi probiotics, your nightly essence and, and fiber and all kinds of strategies for the digestive the digestive system. Then start building up that connective tissue arthritis supplements will build up the connective tissue. And by the way, wrinkles in the skin or a sign of connective tissue deterioration, too..

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"spondylitis" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on KTRH

"So when you use glucose gel caps. Wrinkles, when you use nutrients that help build your joins, you also help prevent wrinkles from formula. Protect your, your cardiovascular system because that depends on connective tissue. And you start to rebuild some of the connective tissue if you're dealing with diseases like ankylosing, spondylitis, or Marfan, syndrome, bone. Broth protein and, and then there's your favorite George. Hi, how you Rana gassing? That's right. Make sure you're good. Fair skin, also very important for building, the connective tissue. And guess what the most important connective tissue building supplement is something that it just goes under the radar because it's so powerful and so important, sometimes we just don't appreciate it. And that's vitamin c scurvy vitamin c deficiency disease is a connective tissue deterioration disease, very similar to ankylosing, spondylitis, and arthritis and heart disease for that matter. And there's some people who believe some physicians who believe that, that heart disease is actually plentiful scurvy or sign of scurvy, so making sure you get on that vitamin C absolutely vital for building the connected tissue and last, but not least George, even if you don't feel like it exercise is really important. Sure as touching your toes or even just walking up and down the stairs. Because you generate electrical charges in the connective tissue that tell the system to grow when you move your body, so. Even if you're in pain, joint pain, ankylosing spondylitis, whatever it, that's the time when you want to a little bit just a little bit of stretching a little bit of exercise Klaus. I hope that helps her critical health news dot com. We.

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"spondylitis" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on 710 WOR

"She has been diagnosed with my phone syndrome men to be syndrome. Ankylosing spondylitis. And she is very Nordic since March. She starts leaving when she's eating any food. Okay. Sounds like a gluten tall, say this is a woman is very, very toxic. The connective tissue is the part of the body that connects everything together at it's also the part of the body that nourishes electrifies detoxify and, and, and oxygenates all of the south. The connective tissue is the great dumping ground of talk city from the digestive system. So we the food goes into the blood if it's if it doesn't get processes through the intestine correctly talks literally literally leak into the blood once happens. You've got toxins floating around in the blood, eventually those talks are gonna get dumped out into the connective tissue and things like fiber, myalgia, chronic fatigue, syndrome, and connective tissue diseases, which this woman has, or manifestations of talk city in the connective tissue. There is not. Zero nothing. The pharmacological model can do for this nothing zero. I don't know how much how can you ways that can emphasize that nothing. But what you can do is, you can begin to clean the blood, and she's lucky she's lucky she's young as we age, by the way. Yes, he's young as we get older. We all have manifestations of this, not as dramatic as more fan syndrome, which is a disease of the connective tissue or ankylosing spondylitis. Still, we feel tired our bodies start to break down. We get arthritis all the diseases that show up with as we age are manifestations of the same kind of phenomenon talk city in the connective tissue. First and foremost, as always clean the blood out by stopping the stream of talk city that gets into the blood through the digestive track. And that means all the things we talked about eliminating problems foods, making sure you're using your alternate enzymes from you in jeopardy, and your probiotics your nightly essence and, and fiber a hawk kinds of strategies for the digestive for the digestive system. Then start building up that connective tissue arthritis supplements will build up the connective tissue. And by the way, wrinkles in the skin, or sign of connective tissue deterioration, too..

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"spondylitis" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Ankylosing spondylitis. And she is very allergic, since March, she starts leaving when she eating any food. Okay. Sounds like a gluten tall stout to say, this is the woman is very, very toxic. The connective tissue is the part of the body that connects everything together, and it's also the part of the body that nourishes electrifies and, and, and, and oxygenates all of the south. The connective tissue is the great dumping ground of toxic city from the digestive system. So we the food goes into the blood if it's if it doesn't get processed through the intestine correctly talks literally literally leak into the blood once it happens. You've got talk since floating around in the blood, eventually those talks are gonna get dumped out into the connective tissue and things like fiber, myalgia and chronic fatigue, syndrome, and connective tissue diseases, which this woman has or manifestations of talks. City in the connective tissue. There is not a zero nothing. The pharmacological model can do for this nothing zero. I don't know how much how can you wait. I can emphasize that nothing. But what you can do is, you can begin to clean the blood, and she's lucky she's lucky she's young as we age, by the way. Yes young as we get older. We all have manifestations of this, not as dramatic as more fan syndrome, which is a disease of the connective tissue or ankylosing spondylitis. Still we feel tired, our body start to break down. We get arthritis all the diseases that show up with as we age are manifestations of the same kind of phenomenon talk city in the connective tissue. The first and foremost, as always clean, the blood out by stopping the stream of talk city that gets into the blood through the digestive tract. And that means all the things we talked about eliminating problem foods, making sure you're using your alternate enzymes from you in jeopardy, and your probiotics your nightly essence and, and fiber in a hall kinds of strategies for the digestive for the digestive system. Then start building that connected, tissue arthritis supplements will build up the connective tissue. And by the way, wrinkles in the skin, or sign of connective tissue deterioration, too..

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"spondylitis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Ankylosing spondylitis. And she is very allergic since March, she's thought sneezing when she's eating any food. Okay. Sounds like a gluten to say this is a woman is very, very toxic. The connective tissues, the part of the body that connects everything together at also the part of the body that nourishes and electrifies detoro defies and, and, and oxygenates all of the cells. The connective tissue is the great dumping ground of talk city from the digestive system. So we the food goes into the blood if it's if it doesn't get processed food through the intestine correctly talks literally literally leak into the blood once it happens. You've got talk since floating around in the blood, eventually those talks are gonna get dumped out into the connective tissue and things like five or myalgia, chronic fatigue, syndrome, and connective tissue diseases, which is women had, or manifestations of talks. City in the connective tissue. There is not a zero nothing. The farm, medical model can do for this nothing zero. I don't know how much how can you as I can emphasize that nothing. But what you can do is you can begin to clean the blood this, and she's lucky. She's lucky she young that we age, by the way. Yes, he's young as we get older. We all have manifestations of this, not as dramatic as more fans syndrome, which is a disease of the connective tissue or ankylosing spondylitis. Still, we feel tired or body starts to break down. We get arthritis all the diseases that show up with as we age are manifestations of the same kind of phenomena talk city in the connective tissue. So first and foremost, as always clean the blood out by stopping the stream of talk city that gets into the blood through the digestive tract. And that means all things, we just talked about eliminating problem foods, making sure you're using your alternate enzymes from you in jeopardy, and your probiotics nightly essence and, and fiber in a hawk kinds of strategies for the digestive for the digestive system. Then start building up that connected tissue arthritis supplements will build up the connective tissue. And by the way, wrinkles in the skin or a sign of connective tissue deterioration, too..

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"spondylitis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:12 min | 2 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You getting help with anybody right now. I can't give me help. Learned medicine or something. And I think. Getting. Focusing. Bad bad shape. Sister passed away. Data forty back almost thirty years ago. Now, I will do you Geoffrey. I'm forty two forty two years old. Are you working? I'm disabled, but I don't I don't desire to be. But. Eighteen months in this as hard to get by on as I know, it's tough. Are you living with your mother or grammar? Look right now. If you could change something right now, what would that be my Leo? I'm here by his doctor and get my friends. Do you have anybody a near you could help with transportation because it sounds like you need some help right now. And and then also you want to get your medications straightened out because if you're taking a anti anxiety medication that those can also cause you to. This bad mixture, isn't it? Yeah. It's the he wants the right medications. But you want not only the medication you need some help and some therapy. Do you have anything available through social security where you are? So that you could talk to somebody face to face to help you to get through these things. I bet. Second at your doctor's office, or whatever. Uh-huh. Cut me off out them. Tell them cold Turkey. And I think is really messed me up to and I think the twenty day it's catching up to me to and just everything is crashing down. All at once. And. Do you have do you have friends or other relatives? So you can connect with any support base there. Jeff not much not really. Happen. You know? With some free books. Help you or anything like that. This high rate, but I I'd like to. Well, I'm gonna put you on hold, and we're gonna get your address, and they'll get it to me and worship you some books and stuff. Okay. And do you have access to a computer? Jeff. Oh, I got. Internet on the phone. Doc in they Email you too. Yes, they they can through your website. Alright, Jeff if you go to coast to coast, AM dot com. Just look for the section that has tonight's guests and click the name, Dr George Pratt. You'll get his website and send them an Email or two, but give Damian your e your your your shipping address. And I'll get you some books. I'll personally send them out to you. And I will and I will send you something to remember. You can get that free. Download which is a deep relax Asian and that actually helps but I want you do you have do you have a church or friends? With in some way. My favorite. I don't know about congressman. Visit my best buy repeats bridge in the world. And they can't them it too. John was going to charge there. And he laughed very was serving God Brighton. God and stuff. He jumped off his they river bridge. Gosh, I'm just. I gotta move that cloud away from your Jeffrey in there. To know. Are you receiving are you re saving any resources? And. In terms of money, you're or anything like that. Or any kind of medical care? Disability the them on. Okay. Cover can you go into a medical with that? Or is that is that the whole thing I got medical with that? But. All right. Well, let's get his address. I'll get us address dock. And let's hope he sends you an Email, and you can respond a little bit more respond, and I'll send you something to. Okay, great. Let's go next to. Someone named anonymous. They're calling themselves anonymous in Arizona. Hello there. Anonymous. Hello. Can you hear me? Yes. I sure can. Okay. First of all, I want to say that I feel like I'm treading on sacred ground on my behalf and on behalf of everybody who. Has committed or had the intent to commit suicide. My suicide attempt was last year. Oh, geez. Okay. I was a medical student attending medical school. I was on an army scholarship. My intent was to become a psychiatrist in the army or family practice, doc in the army. I had an autoimmune disease diagnosed in two thousand eleven my first year medical school. And of course, the medical school was more than willing to take the army's money and just keep me going when it comes to third year, and they got into my clinicals, and I was on immune suppressing drugs ended up getting a lot of people villain mrS, without my pain, ramped up and the pain ended up getting worse. It was. Like no since auto immune inflammatory arthritis. They weren't chauffeur. Sure is closing spondylitis or something else. Anyhow. As time went by. You know, I was married. I am married. I have a daughter. My wife says let's actually I sent her. She had to have open heart surgery. We didn't have enough money to get it done here in the state. So I sent her back to Costa Rica where she was from because she had a transparent she took my daughter with and because of my difficulties with my illness. She stayed in Costa Rica family, talked her into basically abducting my daughter and not coming back. Does she keep in touch with you at all? Yes. But it was it got to be so bad. And and when my daughter who's only two and a half years old wooden talk. My wife would just point the phone at the floor at the ceiling and not say anything, and it got to be so unbearable that it was making me more suicidal. So I couldn't call anymore. So the way I keep in touch with my daughters. I just write letters, and she'll know the truth when when I'm older if I make it that far, and but I wanna say a couple of things number one. The first important thing is that George Knapp did a show on Sunday. Not this past Sunday. But the Sunday before that on the opioid crisis in that a lot of the numbers that are used to say that, you know, people who are prescribed opiates are the ones who are committing suicide. That's not true. Most of those numbers are padded by people who are using street drugs. I will let you guys both know I've ever used a street drug. Okay. I've never drunk alcohol. I've never smoked marijuana or taking any marijuana. I've never smoked a cigarette. I'm an active member of the church of Jesus Christ latter-day saints yet with the support. That's there. I have one hundred thousand dollars of debt that I can't wrap my head around how I'm going to get to paying that back. I don't work right now because I'm not dependable. I I wake up one morning and I'm assigned the next morning. I'm sick to my stomach, and I have these cold sweats in this student loan debt, you're talking about absolutely which discharge in bankruptcy. Not right. George. When I decided to commit suicide. It was after I tried to go. Turned down for another job to teach seminary students students like me, but I was turned down for the job. I when I was up when I found out I didn't get that job. I was hiking out of the Grand Canyon. I couldn't even hike because my body hurt so bad, and I said, well, if I can't hike and do something I love, I can't work. If I can't provide for my wife and my daughter, and they don't stand by. I don't have anything to live for. And I wasn't doing it. For me because I was him. Sorry for myself. I was a burden to everybody around me. My father was going nuts. You couldn't he he didn't want me at his house. He he couldn't understand how a guy who was a seventeen time marathoner ended up getting sick. He he thought maybe I was confabulation. And I just felt that just so alone, and such a burden to others that I said, I cannot live my life as a burden to others. When I whole purpose was to to help others to be that psychiatrists or people in the army to get family practice, doctor for people to help others, and I couldn't wrap my head around being a burden and I didn't want to be that. I couldn't I couldn't do that burden on my wife. And so I sent down every penny that I had to Costa Rica. I tried to commit suicide. I was unsuccessful. I won't tell you how I did it. Because again, I feel like it's sacred. And it's my experience, it's not anybody else's. But. But it was not out of selfishness. It was I did everything I could to try to give every penny. I had my wife my daughter and say, you know, what I just can't Burt and other people can't do this. Aren't you? Glad though that you did not succeed in doing that. I don't know. Am I I'm not depressing? I want and I'll tell you another thing. I am not depressed. Because when I feel good physically I go out and jog and try to do the things that I love to do what what kind of a very very very logical decision. And I don't want to be putting a box. I love this guys. Depressing. Doesn't wait. I know what depression is. They know what it is. I know again from being a third year medical student. I know clinical medicine rather. Well. Am I glad George? No. I wouldn't make me glad not be a burden to be who. I was. And to be able to go out and help you on serve somebody. You'll get there again. Yeah. We don't give up. Well, you are a very era very bright guy. He were trying to do the right thing. And you're trying to help your wife, and you have integrity, and you made her a priority, and they didn't and she didn't respond with that same degree of integrity that you have you want to help people. There's a path for you. You're a smart guy. And and you have a spiritual perspective. There are people that will help you. How's your health? Now your physical health. You know, a couple of months ago, I had a gun to my chest because I was in so much, physical pain and the pain management. Doctor says we don't have cancer. No couldn't say that. I didn't have large so cue me because I had some Conal T cells. But they couldn't prove it from the pet scan. They said you don't have to be Kimia..

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"spondylitis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

14:13 min | 2 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And weather station. KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. We are back with Dr George Pratt. As we talk about the rate of suicides and. Huddah keep that at a much lower rate. What about other countries, George where do we fare compared to India? Russia, China, you know, I don't have statistics on that. But I would say. I think we have an obligation to help. People that are in distress. And just like some of the people that were even the fellow that was in the military with untreated PTSD. Yes. Yes. And we have an obligation to help restore people and to support them in terms of. Helping them to work through the problems. So that they can function and contribute and have and happy lives. Let's go to some of the calls again. Jeff in Adams Ville Tennessee's with us. Hi, jeff. Thanks for calling. Hi, jeff. Joel great Jeffrey. Thank you. I'm not doing. Plays that Matt. Or something or something online. Back in November ninety seven. I was going on my dad passed away. Drove one financial problems now. Mom, my mother got left know, she's played out on her and. The twenty two. What did you do that? Jeff. November ninety seven November ninety seven. And you getting help with anybody right now. I can't get any help other in Quinto. No. Medicine or something. And I. I can't. Oh, my focusing. I miss bad bad shape. Now sister passed away at the forty but almost thirty years ago. Now, I will do you Geoffrey. I'm forty two forty two years old are you working nam disable, but I don't I don't desire to bay. But. Dominate ten months and this. It's hard to get by on that. I know it's tough. Are you living with your mother or? What does that look right now? If you if you could change something right now, what would that be? My of transportation. By vocalist, doctor and get my friends. Do you have anybody a near you that could help with transportation because it sounds like you need some help right now. And and then also you wanna get your medications straightened out because if you're taking a anti anxiety medication that those can also cause you to. Bad mixture, isn't it? Yeah. It's he wants the right medications. But you want not only the medication you need some help and some therapy. Do you have anything available through social security where you are? So that you could talk to somebody face to face to help you to get through these things. I bet a Quinta which the. Doctor's office or whatever. Cut me off tell them several times. Off them Turkey. And I think is really messed up to. And I think the twenty third day it's getting up to me to an honest. Everything is crashing down all at once. And. Oh. Do you have do you have friends or other relatives that you can connect with any support base there? Jeff not much not really. Right. Bring thing. I. You know, you want with some free books help you or anything like that this raid. But I like to. Expanded. I'm gonna put you on hold, and we're gonna get your address, and they'll get it to me and worship you some books and stuff. Okay. And do you have access to a computer? Jeff. Oh, I got. Internet on the phone. Okay. Doc in they Email you too. Yes, they can through your website. All right, Jeff, if you go to coast to coast, AM dot com. Just look for the section that has tonight's guests and click the name, Dr George Pratt. You'll get his website and send them an Email or two, but give Damian your e your your your shipping address. And I'll get you some books off personally, send them out to you. And I will and I will send you something to remember. You can get that free. Download which is a deep relax -ation, and that actually helps but I want you do you have do you have a church or friends? With in some way. My my favorite preacher. Don't know. I don't know about congressman my best buy repeats breaks in the world. And I can't tell me to my uncle John was going in charge there, and he was sovereign God praising God and stuff. He jumped out since they river bridge. Oh my gosh. I'm just. Gotta move that cloud away from Jeffrey, and they're taking to know. Are you receiving are you having any resources? In terms of money, you're or anything like that. Money or any kind of medical care. Disability. Then. Okay. Cover can you go into a medical with that? Or is that is that the whole thing? Has that medical with that? But. Doctors Rotman time. All right. Well, let's get his address. I'll get us address doc in. Let's hope he sends you an Email, and you can respond a little bit more respond, and I'll send you something to. Okay, great. Let's go next to. Someone named anonymous. They're calling themselves anonymous in Arizona. Hello there. Anonymous. Hello. Can you hear me? Yes. I sure can. Okay. First of all, I want to say that I feel like I'm treading on sacred ground on my behalf and on behalf. Everybody who. Has committed or had the intent to commit suicide. My suicide attempt was last year. Oh, geez. Okay. I was a medical student attending medical school was on the army scholarship. My intent was to become a psychiatrist in the arm. Your family practice doc in the army. I had an autoimmune disease diagnosed in two thousand eleven in my first year medical school. And of course, the medical school was more than willing to take the army's money and just keep me going when it got to third year and got into my clinicals, and I was on immune suppressing drugs. I ended up getting a lot of people illnesses. With that my pain ramped up and the painting ended up getting worse. It was. In is. Immune inflammatory arthritis. They weren't so fair. Sherpas ankylosing spondylitis yourself. Well, anyhow. Time went by you know, I was married. I am married. Have a daughter. My wife has. Let's actually I sent her. She had to have open heart surgery. We didn't have enough money to get it done here in the state. So I sent her back to Costa Rica where she was from because she had a insurance there, and she took my daughter with and because of my difficulties with my illness, she stayed in Costa Rica, family, doctor into basically, objecting my daughter and not coming back. Does she keep in touch with you at all? Yes. But it was it got to be so bad. And and when my daughter who is only two and a half years old wouldn't talk. I wife would just point the phone at the floor at the ceiling and not say anything, and it got to be so unbearable that it was making me more suicidal. So I couldn't call anymore. So the way I keep in touch with my daughters. I just write letters, and she'll know the truth when when I'm older if I make it that far, and but I wanna say a couple of things number one. The first important thing is that George Knapp did a show on Sunday at this past Sunday. But the Sunday before that on the opioid crisis in that a lot of the numbers that are used to say that, you know, people who are prescribed opiates are the ones who are committing suicide. That's not true. Most of those numbers are padded by people who are using street drugs. I will let you guys both know I've ever used a street drug. Okay. I've never drunk alcohol. I've never smoked. Wanna or taking any marijuana? I've never smoked a cigarette. I'm active member of the church of Jesus Christ latter-day saints yet with the support. That's there. I have one hundred thousand dollars of debt that I can't wrap my head around hell gonna get to paying that back. I don't work right now. Because I'm not dependable. I I wake up one morning and I'm assigned the next morning. I'm six my stomach, and I have these cold sweats in student loan debt, you're talking about. Absolutely. Yeah. Which can't discharge in bankruptcy. Not right. You know, George. What I decided to commit suicide. It was after I tried to go. And I was turned down for another job to teach seminary students the students like me, but I was turned down for the job. I when I was up when I found out I didn't get that job. I was hiking out of the Grand Canyon. I couldn't even hike because my body hurt so bad, and I said, well, if I can't hike and do something I love, I can't work. If I can't provide for my wife and my daughter, and they don't stand by me. I don't have anything to live for and I wasn't doing it. For me because I was sorry for myself. I was a burden to everybody around me. My father was going nuts. You couldn't he didn't want me at his house. He couldn't understand how a guy who was a seventeen time marathoner ended up getting sick. He thought maybe I was confabulation. And I just felt that just so alone in such a burden to others that I said, I cannot live my life as a burden to others. When I whole purpose was to be to help others to be that psychiatrist or people in the armies of family practice, doctor for people married to help others and that couldn't wrap my head around being a burden, and I didn't want to be that. I couldn't I couldn't do that burden on my wife. And so I sent down every penny that I had to Costa Rica. I tried to commit suicide was unsuccessful. I won't tell you how I did it. Because again, I feel like it's sacred. And it's my experience, it's not anybody else's. But. But it was not out of selfishness. It was I did everything I could to try to give every penny. I had that my wife my daughter and say, you know, what I just can't bird and other people. I can't do this. Aren't you? Glad though that you did not succeed in doing that. Am I I don't know. Am I I'm not depressing, and I'll tell you another thing, I am not depressed. Because when I feel good physically I go out and jog and try to do the things that I love to do what what kind of very very very logical decision. And I don't wanna be putting a box one of this guys depressing. Doesn't know it. I know what depression, and they know what empty is. I know again from being a third year medical student. I know clinical medicine rather. Well. But, you know, am I glad George? No. Why wouldn't make me glad not be a burden to be who I was. And to be able to go out and help you from serve somebody. You'll get there again. Yeah. We don't give up. Well, you are a very era. Very bright guy. You were trying to do the right thing. And you're trying to help your wife, and you have integrity, and you made her priority, and they didn't and she didn't respond with that same degree of integrity that you have you want to help people. There's a path for you. You're a smart guy. And and you have a spiritual perspective. There are people that will help you. How's your health? Now your physical health. You know, a couple of months ago, I had a gun to my chest because I was in so much, physical pain and the pain management. Doctor says we don't have cancer. No, it couldn't say that. I didn't have large showed me because I had some parental T-cells cells. But they couldn't prove it from the pet scan. They said you don't have Kenya. So we're just like an up your pain meds. And I said I'm not looking for up. I'm looking for something that will help you get sleep through the night because.

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"spondylitis" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Suffered from a very very rare neurologic neurological disease, and he was born with it's not what killed him. But it it it caused him problems all of his life, and it's it's called charcoal. Marie tooth syndrome. You know? And this thing is not understood and it's not funded, and they don't spend a lot of money on it. And they really should. And I dump a lot of money into that. You know? And then I would double out of money into the thing that I've got. Which is the spinal thing called ankylosing spondylitis all these things in my family, and I can't say so I mean, we all have our favorite places, but a lot of money just bothers me. Does it bother you? Twenty ask you that question. Are you bothered by big money? And of course, if you won this this six hundred and fifty four that's the annuity or the three hundred seventy to catch up front. What are you gonna do with it? Seriously. What would you do with it? And do you think I'm out of my mind? Doing what I said I would do with it is my money. I can damn well do what I want to do with it. I wonder if you if you pick this up three hundred seventy two million would your phone ever stop ringing from people who knew you back in the third grade. That would be my biggest fear. Hey, Ray, we bet one time back at the food Bank in nineteen fifty nine. And I need some money to buy a new car, right? There's always that that threat. And imagine how many fraudulent schemes are gonna come your way. Ways for you to make more money with your money while the individual, you know, talk to you about the fraudulent scheme has got the is on your wallet will tempt to grab every piece they can without giving you a dime. So big money invites a lot of problems that I just don't want now. What I turned big money down. No, I've already established what I do with it..

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"spondylitis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And I can tell you at the time of the phone conference. Many issues were raised one of the that over one hundred thousand documents related. Going to take a break. Eight five five forty Laura. This is where you need to tune in to this show in the ingrahamangle tonight. We're going to have the best analysis of the charade and the bad choreography that the Democrats have been engaged in utterly predictable. Utterly clear they are out of cards. This is all they have. It's a desperate hand. They're playing eight five five forty Laura and we come back, we'll speak to a guess as a former chief nominations counsel to Senate Judiciary to explain just how off kilter the Democrats are don't go away. I've got enclosing spondylitis which is a moth Riddick disease calcification of the major joints and spine. And I just don't have the pain that he used to have to really kind of amazing balance of nature has been an amazing product. I recommended it to literally hundreds I'm a pastor. And I said y'all just try give it give it a month. Give it a try. Yeah. So hopefully, they have but it's it's an amazing product. And Denise things when you first opened up that bottle, and you can smell the fruits and vegetables every time I opened what I just got a big kick out of hack when you.

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"spondylitis" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Will prevent me from getting worse I never want to have an artificial. Knee if, I can avoid it I mean you regularly works. Much better. If I, had to I would I mean you'd better off having an artificial knee. Better off having knee replacement surgery the not being able to go out and have some fun, right mopping able to. Function physically but that's another deal I also take the, buyer Kirkman five blocks in though but. I take for a different reason most people are using my buyer Kirkman five blocks for. Their back pain or their arthritis Unlike cartilage checks you could use to buy a, Kirkman five blocks in. For any kind of arthritis ankylosing spondylitis rheumatoid arthritis lupus, rightous sharia trough rightous and all also. The more common office which is called osteoarthritis that some people call wear and tear arthritis That. Doesn't mean it replaces, your medicine you editor medicine you know some of those diseases like ankylosing spondylitis very dangerous ankylosing, spondylitis is an, arthritis of the spine it confuse you spine together who the heck wants that and. Rheumatoid arthritis can totally, destroy your joints you don't want that but adding the buyer Kirkman to five locks into the drugs we use for them like methotrexate Plaque winnow Humaira will make the drugs work better Now I used by Kirkman five blocks in to help lower my risk of certain cancers because. I'm prone, to them because I have cancer, genes I mean it's just what. I'm born with but I'm not worried about. It I do the right thing to protect myself so I do to fire Kirkman file Loxton because it's, been shown, to lower the risk of bone cancer multiple, myeloma Aspen shown to lower risk of colon cancer and it's been shown to. Lower, the risk of melanoma that dangerous can cancer well..

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Woman was bit by rabid fox, so she killed it with her bare hands

The WOR Sports Zone with Pete McCarthy

01:18 min | 3 years ago

Woman was bit by rabid fox, so she killed it with her bare hands

"During a road rage incident motorists should remain in their vehicles and. Take down the license plate of the other driver involved I'm Lisa g. for seven ten w, o on a New Jersey woman says it while she hates. To kill anything she had no choice after being attacked by a rabid. FOX fifty two year old Tammy Baugh was walking in her pits grove backyard July eighteenth When a rustling in the bushes turned into a FOX knowing on. Her leg she tried to go inside but couldn't free herself from the animal so she says she grabbed it snout with one hand strangled it with the other while was hospitalized onto when, treatment for rabies after tests confirmed that the FOX was infected sports and weather, up next wwl news time eight oh four balance of nature's fruits and veggies in a capsule I've got enclosing spondylitis which is a moth Riddick, disease calcification of a major Johnson spine and I just don't have the pain that I, used to have truly kind. Of amazing balance of nature has been. An amazing product recommended it too literally hundreds, I'm a pastor and I've said, y'all just try give it give it a month give it a try and so hopefully they. Have but it's it's an, amazing product and the neatest thing is when you first open up that bottle and you. Can smell the fruits and vegetables every time I opened one, I just get a, big. Kick out.

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"spondylitis" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Been used in many human clinical trials to all these stage we're talking about they've been used in many in clinical trials that gives you all different types of information and evidence it gives you information on evidence on the correct dosage so i know exactly how much you beckham all to give somebody to keep them healthy i know exactly how much of this product it's called bio kirkman five lakh shen to give somebody to help their shore knee it's been proven in human clinical trials so when you do your clinical trials it gives you the dosage how often you should take it what's right that should be that gives you safety information at a tells you hey does it work shall we noticed product is safe we know how much to give are we know it works so let me read you some of the studies it's called bio curcumin five locks him to urge to plant that have been used for thousands of years by humans to retain their health the buyer curcumin has been used in aerobatic medicine for a couple of thousand years the five lakh shenice from a biblical plan franken show so it's the curry herb but it's a well absorbed form shooting the normal career and in the five lakh shin is the best of the best out of the frankencense point and i have multiple studies on these together or separately together or separately i used to fire curcumin file auction for any kind of arthritis it doesn't replace the drugs i mean sometimes it's enough like if you have pain in your knee might be that might be all you need because it's been shown to inhibit the inflammation to block the damage that occurs in your joint to the cartilage and help regenerate health and the joint show the buyer curcumin five lacson i use it for any kind of arthritis but some types of oth rightish are really dangerous really dangerous like ankylosing spondylitis confuse your.

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"spondylitis" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And and the thing is if we could keep you if we can help those drugs work better maybe you don't have to go to the more serious level of drugs which at a tanf tanf alpha inhibiting drugs like humira his those drugs have some really powerful compliment problems consequences for instance they suppress the immune system so much there's a problem with getting weird infections but also here's what happens the tanf alpha inhibitors used for really serious autoimmune diseases pushed down a very powerful part of the immune system when a push that down at treats the disease and that's important because some of these diseases are dangerous some of them are really disfiguring like ankylosing spondylitis rheumatoid arthritis so pushing down one part of the immune system tanf alpha controls those diseases the problem is eventually another part of the immune system pops up it's called interleukin one and that's a problem because interleukin one stops the drug from working affectively but to look in one increases the risk of cancer they think the entire increased risk of cancer with those tanf inhibiting drugs is to do to a surgeon at the lucan won the beauty of the buyer kirkman five lacson is they pushed down into looking one so that means it's going to keep the humira working or whatever tanf elfin hitting drug you're on or whatever monoclonal antibody around the treat your disease but also it's going to take away to cancer risk even inflammation in the brain and any is i've had a couple of people now with uva itis or central corio retinopathy where.

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"spondylitis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A gun i don't think i could ever fire a gun at some one or take someone's life i think that sounds too overwhelming for me but the thought of helping a family are helping someone who has a loved one that has lost their life to kinda figure out what happened there i know it sounds like a 14yearold boy but i'm kind of a 14yearold boy in a thirty year olds body so i think that'd be fascinating i think that uh i could be happy with a career as a park ranger something like that you know being very isolated and being in touch with nature that's i think where i feel most centered what i'm not on the road is went i'm by myself like in a grove of redwood's and spending some more time with that would be a welcome a welcome thing in my life i can see been really great perk richer yeah got to protect the squirrels okay batum what is the hardest part about your job that no one knows i think probably one of the hardest parts is just not having that idea of stability in your life you sort of have few expect the unexpected and accept huge lifestyle changes on a moment's notice and just move beyond that end roll with the punches what about you than maintaining the ability to see not much especially with magic drawings it's just a lot of dynamics and it it it's really difficult and i also have to autoimmune diseases i have a enclosing spondylitis and should have cry this afternoon a super strict iin on the road base grade vegetables and fish chicken for some people i know that they already choose that tight on their own but for me i.

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"spondylitis" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Park richard yeah got to protect the squirrels uh okay ban what is the hardest part about your job that no one knows i think probably one of the hardest parts is just not having that idea of stability in your life you sort of half few expect the unexpected and accept huge lifestyle changes on a moment's notice and just move beyond that end roll with the punches what about you than maintaining the ability to sing not much especially with magic drawings it's just a lot of danny annexing it it it's really difficult and i also have to autoimmune diseases a have a enclosing spondylitis an offshoot of kreitus act one a super strict iin on the road base grade vegetables and fish and chicken for some people i know that they already choose that died on their own but for me i i i have a hard time uh so ben what is something you bought the you now completely regret buying well not being on an anti inflammatory at like dan as soon as we got done with our fifteen busride yesterday i ran into the nearest diner and got a juicy lucy the famous uh minneapolis hamburger with the cheese on the inside also some parmesan cheese tator todd's and some barbecue chicken nachos and i haven't decided which one of those i regret but certainly all three was was too much that sounds so good in me right now dan you when did you first realize that music it'd be an actual career for you i don't know if i've ever had a full realization of that i feel like as a musician you're always thinking tomorrow everything's going to just collapse and it's kind of the drive the keeps you going yeah it's never seemed like a good decision professionally.

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"spondylitis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Choices about how to run experiments analyzed data means it's seen really easy to produce findings that in no sir thing uh and we have reams of them in empirical economics to take one example a study last month found that in some areas of research not a single palin mandible standards of statistical righa we're not talking mainly about fraud when people simply make up their results that exist but the bigger problem is how honest and committed people in the knowledge factory somehow churn out so much pollution is the system broken if he denied there is a vital caveat says glen begley the entire conversation that we're heading has to be placed in perspective that available today for cancer were unimaginable when i was a medical school the treatment for rheumatoid arthritis for allocating spondylitis those diseases were really very difficult to address when i was a medical school and what we have today with unimaginable so we've made enormous headway the cost is not that all science titles the cost is the huge waste of time and time and that could be contributing to real progress for the white of public the question is also about what to believe glenn begi zach nice these skeptical gene neigbour end in a top tier journal pan from a famous investigator don't believe the pressure to put a spin on the data that makes it more positive than it really is is very significant if that with abc it would be enough that concerns gvir from next weakness.

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"spondylitis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I don't think i could ever fire a gun at some one or toot someone's life at the that sounds too overwhelming for me but the thought of helping a family you're helping someone who has loved one that has lost their life to kind of figure out what happened there i know it sounds like a 14yearold boy but i'm kind of a 14yearold boy materials body so i think that'd be fast naming i think that uh i could be happy with a career as a park ranger something like that you know being very isolated and being in touch with nature that's i think where i feel most centered what i'm not on the road is one of them by myself like a grove of redwood's and spending some more time with that would be a welcome a welcome thing in my life i continue being really great burger yeah got to protect the squirrels okay what is the hardest part about your job that no unknowns i think probably one of the hardest parts is just not having that idea of stability in your life you sort of have few expect the unexpected and accept huge lifestyle changes on a moment's notice and just boom beyond that and roll with the punches what about you then maintaining the ability to sing not much especially with magic drawings it's just a lot of dynamic seeing it it it's really difficult and i also have to autoimmune diseases and glucose in spondylitis and ocean of quietest superstar died on the road great fetch tables and fish chicken for some people i know that there are to choose that died on their own but for me i i've ever done also burn wooden something you brought that you now completely regret buying well not being on an anti inflammatory diet life dan as soon as we got done with our 15hour bus ride yesterday i ran into the nearest diner and got a juicy lucy the famous of minneapolis hamburger with the cheese on the inside also some parmesan cheese teeter todd's and some barbecue chicken nachos and i haven't decided which one of those i regret but certainly all three was was too much that sounds so good in the right now dan you when did you first realized that.

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"spondylitis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"spondylitis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A gun i don't think i could ever fire a gun at some one or toot someone's life that sounds too overwhelming for me but the thought of helping a family you're helping someone who has loved one that is lost their life to kind of figure out what happened there i know it sounds like a 14yearold boy no but i'm kind of a 14yearold boy in third year olds body so i think w fascinating i think that uh i could be happy with a career as a park ranger something like that you know being very isolated and being in touch with nature that's i think where if few almost centered what i'm not on the road is one of them by myself flicked a grove of redwood's and spending some more time with that would be a welcome a welcome thing my life i could see being really great burger yeah got to protect the squirrels okay what is the hardest part about your job that no one knows i think probably one of the hardest parts is just not having that idea of stability in your life you sort of have few expect the unexpected and accept huge lifestyle changes on a moment's notice and just move beyond that and roll with the punches what about you then maintaining the ability to sing not much especially with magic drawings a lot of dynamics singing it it it's really difficult and i also have to autoimmune diseases and gloves in spondylitis and host of card is excellent superstar died on the road based grade vegetables and fish chicken for some people i know that they already choose that died on their own but for me i i ever tom izzo burn wooden something you far you now completely regret burn well not being on an anti inflammatory diet like dan as soon as we got done with our 15hour bus ride yesterday i ran into the nearest diner and got agency lucy you the famous of minneapolis hamburger with the cheese he's on the inside also some parmesan cheese tator todd's and some barbecue chicken nachos and i haven't decided which one of those i regret but certainly all three was was too much that sounds so good era now then you when did you first realized that music could be an actual career for you i don't.

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