17 Burst results for "T. H. E."
"the " Discussed on Ask Lisa: The Psychology of Parenting?
"An area where things are considered pretty fast. I don't feel comfortable with her staying over at her boyfriend's house because I feel that they are young. I believe they could plan to leave for their curfew 20 minutes early and simply stay in their own beds. They could still enjoy almost the entire party, but I continued to be peppered by her saying quote, you just don't trust me. You don't live in the 21st century. I do trust her and feel that she is using that line to win her end of the argument. We have a good relationship with her boyfriend's parents and believe our values are in line with one another. What do you think is an appropriate age for this sort of thing? How do you handle teens who encounter their parents reasoning with trust comments? Thanks for your help. Boy, why does this parent do? This is a tricky one. Yeah. This is a really tricky one. So let me say off the top. That if we were having this conversation in the Netherlands, it wouldn't even be a conversation. What do you mean? So the way we think about it in the U.S. and questions like this in the U.S. is very, very culture bound in that we do and I do on these ones tend to have a sense of like, no, no, no. You know, teenagers don't sleep over at each other's houses and certainly not boyfriends and girlfriends. You know, certainly not boyfriends and girlfriends for sure. Obviously, teenagers sleep over each other's houses. But that sort of automatic reflexive, but it turns out in many ways distinctly American reaction to this. In the Netherlands in particular, they have a completely different view of adolescent sexuality. And it's much more by, I guess, our answer is much more liberal. Much more accepting of the idea that kids are adolescents are going to be sexually active. That it's seen very much as a norm. In terms of it being, not something that's taboo, not something that's seen as risk-taking or pushing the edge, and they are very easygoing about things like this. And it's important, can I tell you if this was an India you'd be married before the end of the evening? Exactly. Absolutely not going to happen. It's so culturally fun. And just to note, kids in the Netherlands are not having more sex or not having sex at younger ages, they are interestingly having safer sex. Because sex is so much more under the, you know, every day normative, this is something you do. You should probably take a condom as opposed to when we look at research on Dutch versus American teenagers. There's this incredible study looking at college age women, Dutch versus American. And the Dutch woman were like, well, yeah, of course you carry a condom in case you're going to have sex. And the American women, I think this was a quote from the paper was like taking a condom to a party means you're a slut. Wow. So they don't take condoms to parties. So this is, I just want to before we dive in and we're American and we're going to do this the American way and we're going to think about the culture we're operating in. But I just want to out of the gate acknowledge we're about to have a very American conversation, which is also not an Indian conversation. And it's not a Dutch conversation. So it sounds like you know how this would go over in your home when you were growing up. Oh yeah. I mean, this was just you wouldn't even enter this topic of discussion. But where do you I mean, it sounds like the parents say that the boyfriend's parents are kind of aligned in the same values, but I also get the sense that the mom is like, wait a minute. Do we really need to be doing this with this age right now? Well, it is an interesting question because if the parents, the boyfriend's parents are aligned. Sometimes I think it's worth getting on the horn then with a boyfriend's parents and being like, are you guys in on this? Because I have certainly have it happen as a parent, where one of my kids was like, oh, we're all going to go see it. And I was like, you're what? No. And they're like, yeah, someone says mom is taking us, and I've gotten on the phone with that mom. And she's like, oh no, I am not. So it can sometimes be helpful to close the loop a little bit. When you're hearing these things. But let me tell you of two clinical scenarios that I've had over the time that my practice that come to mind and that are going to completely inform my answer to this question. And so I want to share them just so that we have together the information I'm bringing to this question. So probably 20 years ago, I was carrying for a 17 year old girl. Who had a serious boyfriend and you know we live with the houses have three stories, a lot of them, and her bedroom was up on the third floor. And she casually mentioned in one of our sessions that her boyfriend was sleeping over with her. On the third floor, in her bedroom. And I said, your parents are aware of this? And she said yes. And I said, really? And she said, it's so weird. I don't know why they allow it. It's super strange. And so this is a girl who had asked for it invited, you know, the boy over and the parents had agreed she was counting on them to say no. So I have that story that informs my thinking. And then I have another story pretty similar. I think also a 17 year old. Now that I think about it, who had a boyfriend who was a freshman in college. And she happened to live it was an enormously wealthy family that had an absolutely massive home, just huge. And so this 17 year old had a wing of the home to herself. She could be in the house without really any contact with her parents. And her boyfriend came to visit and stay I don't even know if it was overnight, but visit through the day. And the parents just let them go entirely to their wing and had no contact of any kind with them and didn't make themselves present in any way. And the girls said to me, these are actually the words she said. She said, I felt a little bit like I'd been fed to the.
"the " Discussed on The Podcast Accelerator
"Or maybe I'll give him a shower on my live stream. And then I'll let them know that I did that, I'll go back to my Twitter and I'll let them know. And it's a small detail, but it matters because it shows that you genuinely want to connect with your listeners. And guess what? That is something that people will talk about. It's the experience it's your experience. It's the promise that you're making as a brand. Number two, what about when someone's telling someone about you or your podcast? Now, how do you want to be described? Tip number two, how do you want to be described? Now this is a really nuanced tip. All right, podcasters like you and I we focused so much on our show. We really do, all right? I get that. In fact, sometimes always, we drop into pitch mod every time someone asks about our podcast. And we can describe the show really well to anyone and there's more time progresses. The better we get at that, we refine them. We become more tuned into what our listeners want from our podcast, so that description gets better and better and better. But what we do is we forget one core thing about advocacy about shareability about brand experience and about podcasting overall. People don't just come to our podcast for the content. They come to it for us. The Hearst, they come for our voice and our personality too. So ask yourself this, have you thought about how you want to be described to anyone recommending your podcast? Not. Not how you want people to describe your podcast, how you want people to describe you. And I know this sounds and it feels a little bit weird because we're talking about brand experience. But this is so central to brand. After all, it's your voice at the core of everything. Your podcaster. And it's that voice of yours that people relate to, get to know and they come to.
"the " Discussed on The Argument
"I imagine that would be a fairly easy transition. You could find a variety of other jobs if you decided that this was not a career that you wanted to do for the next ten years but for anybody in the sex work realm transitioning to another job is a challenge and the challenge is not because we're sex workers it's because of society and that is sad. Hi my name is maya and i'm calling from california bay area. The thing is in arguing about with my colleague my family and myself to some extent. It's about gender politics. I was raised by parents. Were skeptical about semitism. I personally have mixed feelings about the value of gender affinity groups. But i'm also frustrated by corporate think washing and i'm also a rated in sense of course by his black access to the tools economic empowerment and then there's the whole question about who gets to buying gender. Thank you very much. What are you doing about with your family. Your friends your frenemies. Tell me about the big debate year. Having and a voicemail by calling three four seven nine one five four three two four. I mean my plan excerpt of it on a future. Trappist out this is so many sengupta. I'm the international climate correspondent at the new york times reported from over forty countries on five continents. I've seen firsthand. How the impact of a hotter planet are already being felt. And so i'm also trying to better understand how we can live differently in the era of climate change. Can we reshape our cities. Can we eat more sustainably. Can we shift away from the fossil fuels that warm the planet..
"the " Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Do so the clintons have this huge party. You could call it a wedding further daughter. That was thirteen million bucks. Call whatever you want right huge party. your point. other people's money shelling through the foundation and since spending it's okay because there's there's not going to be anybody left to hold these people accountable because this let me play or is a now outside of this who also macabre. But no but. I'm talking about kids. That are coming up now through college. That are becoming. I'm watching this girl here. i'll put the. I'll put the screen shot up here. But i won't play the video on here. It's it's amazing Really how ignorant this girl is and Let's see let me just find the screen shot so you can see who it is. Let's see here what someone wrong screen at that time. I wish this was easier on On this program but it just isn't you go here. we go this wizard. Smart right here is just awesome writer for the washington post but this is. This is just scary. I mean you wanna talk about economically illiterate. And we're gonna play jump asaki video after this where she goes no. they're not going to pass on higher taxes and price. That doesn't happen but this is the mentality now of the people that are supposed to be holding these people to to account and look at the shitty and grin on Staedtler face here. it's hilarious. Right let me go here about the budget battles. If i gotta i gotta get to that part of a we gotta get to grant getting into the ground. He's a real genius this. Here's a greenwich. We'll just hold on the ground right there. we go. we'll keep it. They're not going to pass the happiest now now. You can hear the audio and context inge about the coverage of these budget battles if you could change anything right now.
"the " Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Don't feed the square squirrel What i say don't feed the humans and don't feed them with genetic modifications especially if you want them to flourish now. Is it morally bad to submit subjugate some lifeforms. The one of the bets and one of the way jar. I would invite people to consider is. Is it possible that humanity from cognitive standpoint. Is that some kind of local peach in the sense that we can't from evolutional. We won't get much more intelligent. We won't get much better. And i think we should consider this because if we are at such local peak if somehow we have attained great. Thanks realization that a polite civilization can realize. Do we want to see This for something. That would be simpler more submissive marcia And my answer would be no no. It's not just about oh this other. Ai will be something else. The end will not be. That's already for straight thing. But what's perhaps even worse is that it would be a decrease on the complexity of our civilization. That is great and we should think about. Do we want to preserve ackerman complexity. Are we comfortable switching to a stable worker. Who wins system. You somewhat answered my follow up question to Whether international laws would be needed. But i feel like it was also so much sidestepped. So you've got libertarian principles. You're kind of a staunch libertarian. As far as i heard you speak at length about it at any anytime and you said voluntarily different countries could get get together and say that this is for the better good but there's going to be groups within those countries that don't wanna follow that. They want to do their own thing and manipulate genetics. How do you square that. With your libertarian principles well as square it that As a libertarian. I have never been done. My right to protect myself against deadly exists So libertarian doesn't say i i can i can live with someone could get me at any times no There are exists..
"the " Discussed on The Misfit Heroes Podcast
"Our gifts appreciated crypto for the most part. So we're seeing larger gifts not like high frequency of gifts like you would to church. Weekly is senator. What we're seeing is larger gifts and there's really a tax benefit crypto is a new asset class and the irs has been pretty clear about how they deal with it but anytime you see the radical appreciation in an asset. Like you've seen with with bitcoin. In theory you know you're gonna see people with some pretty radical gains and there is a tax benefit to making a gift in that native asset because the giver gets the full tax. Write off of the amount of the crypto. Given at that point it's like it's like giving stock and so the giver gets full credit for the gift and the nonprofit gets that whole gift versus the donor having to turn it into two. Us dollars. i in which case they encounter tax liability there are subject to capital gains tax. And then giving the net of the capital gains to the nonprofit so to the donor giving the same amount of crypto but not profits greater benefit. They get the whole gifts in the donor gets to give more. It's the exact same as given appreciate stock right now. That's how the irs use it almost exactly the same from a tax perspective as far as donations go awesome so we talked a little bit about blockchain earlier. in the second part of that equation talked about was decentralisation. One of the things. That i liked that i see on. Your website is with services like yours and like others. You can see where your money is going so you can actually see where the transaction is taking place so a lot of times when people donate organizations. They're concerned that yes. This organization is taking their money. But it's not necessarily going to. Maybe it's operating costs. People want to see that. This money that i'm donating is being applied in the real world. Is that something that in giving can help people with really no actually not just being until i mean yes. That party line for sure always is crypto. Is going to be able to let us like see. All the way through the value stream of transactions whether that's in a nonprofit or a supply chain any of those things but as as we we sit right. Now that's just not the case. I mean there are some projects that are trying to get off the ground for nonprofits for donors where the donor would give a particular token right. It would serve that function and because it was a particular token if the nonprofit hit adopted using that particular token then theoretically you could trace like you said the use of those proceeds through the organization be able to validate that they were used the way the donor intended but in reality. And technically that's probably feasible. You can build decentralized applications that could do that in the real world requiring a nonprofit to ingress the funds that way in keep them in the crypto and then spend Nafta spend it and spend it with vendors which means you have to convince the vendor to receive that specific crypto which is giving grip though. That could be then tracked years and years away from that. Most nonprofits are just trying to keep the wheels on the bus and so like introducing an entire new ecosystem of accounting. Doing nonprofit is just absolutely not. I mean it will happen in the future..
"the " Discussed on For Women Who Love The F-Word
"And i can take that small action step and take that small next step into something different and so that's what i chose and took a long time and it takes a lot of courage i think to be able to do that But i think it comes down to choice and so from that. That's how the podcast was born in. When when i first created my podcast. It's called. the happiness happens podcast. The name came out of the blue. You know it really just came to me. I think almost like in a dream. And i created this podcast because i imagine that there was somebody else out there who may have felt the way that i was feeling and i wanted to be able to share this with other people and i want to be able to share what i was learning what i was experiencing what i was going through with people so that they can know that they're not alone so that they could know that it's okay to have these feelings. It's okay to not feel like you're good enough every day and it's okay to more for your life and it's not selfish right so this is how i really started the podcast journey and then from the podcast Then came my business because it was a natural fit you know. Coaching in helping people create happiness in their lives is not not a responsibility are gifted. I take lightly. It's actually something that is super empowering because it allows you to help people create your holding space for people in creating space for people so that they can they can step into their full potential and therefore salves and then they can find that happiness that inner peace in that inner knowingness that they're looking for so the podcast started that way and it's evolved into my business and now i get to bring on incredible guests so that they can share their stories of inspiration as well to offer a different perspective. And to help you grow a little bit and you know not be so stuck in what you're feeling..
"the " Discussed on The Puddcast
"And so now i walk in a much more confusing place Which is interesting because so much of my faith. Upbringing was bathed in these ideas of certainty of black and white of absolute truth. Being the you know that this is true. And that's it and it certain and questions are wrong. There there've data don't don't give into doubt give into ideas of tolerance or considering other points of view. Just stand firm and be so sure and certain of everything we've told you because you know it's right and that's the end of it so the of moving forward in my faith journey not backwards at all meaning coming into this place. That's more confusing and has more questions and more mystery and less certainty. That's very new for me. But i i struggle constantly with the balance between those two sides that yes. I do believe that. God is big enough. That healing is possible. And then i'm not discounting stories of people who say that that's been their experience on the flipside. I have to figure out how to hold that. With fairy open hand and the knowledge that there is no magic formula for forgetting that there is no way to earn faith healing by going through enough of the right steps in a certain order or having enough faith or being obedient enough none of it and and that bigger than that that there is no failure or shame in being a disabled person who exists in a disabled body and who is not healed that that asking for healing is not asking for wholeness that it's not asking to be made complete it's not asking to be restored or to find a way to be usable in the kingdom of god or or you know for to find value that asking for healing can be compartmentalized for purely what it is that it's simply that it's not fun. Living life in pain and that there are things about my life that are far more challenging and difficult because of disability and that much like christ in the garden and the story that i connected to so deeply a of him saying. I don't wanna do this. If there's another way could we do it that other wake we brainstorm on this one because really. Is this the only way.
"the " Discussed on The Wounds Of The Faithful
"And so we we have to tell these these kids. Just because they're a good person doesn't mean they can't do bad things and so that's that's kind of the message i hope to get to my granddaughter's that i didn't give to my daughter and fortunately she didn't have any issues with church or anyb- anybody abusing her but i certainly did not guide her in the right way in that sense because i just like i said. I just assumed that i was the only one that this never happened to. Well i think I hear a lot in the church that they don't teach sex ed because they don't want the kids to go out and have sex and so let these kids are like ignorant as to what is healthy. And what is what is not proper. Yeah we need to teach that our bodies or are going to respond. They were built that way. God intended us to have feelings when we are around the opposite sex. That's normal so we need to make sure kids understand but their barriers in their boundaries that need to be taken But you're absolutely right when we don't talk about it then. We figured out on their own and we could. We can all imagine when you're leaving teenagers around devices to figure out things that's why we have. We have the internet now. Which when we when you and i were yes we didn't have the internet. We didn't have cellphones now. If you wanted to a right and you had to go to the that kind of a neighborhood to get something yes yes. It was a lot more difficult. Yes absolutely a too. Many parents are embarrassed to talk to their children about sex. And you know everybody listening. Needs to listen. You need to find a way to talk to them about these things and one of the techniques that i use with my daughter just in talking about sex general in a kids. Don't wanna hear hear their mom and dad talk to him about this..
"the " Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Keeps you. In the light. And deal? Yeah. Well, you know. Whenever you grow in light there's GonNa be more darkness that comes towards you. Then I feel like this is the same, the spiritual realm as well as like Other like groups of people who may have jealousy or whatever it is towards you. It's always important to stay. As the grounded and humble as possible. while you're doing any kind of work especially spirit chores. But to just stay in your own lane and not seek out anything except what is for the highest good and I think that's really what? Helped me on my path. That that is Perfect made it really is perfect because it's so easy to look around and someone else. Doing better or do different or doing, but they're not you you have to do. You know that sounds. Simple but not, everybody else's path is yours. so that's the hardest thing in life sometimes to learn what is my past. What do I need to do what? You know, where do I belong? Feel like that when we're younger like a little lost where do I belong my life taught me I belong right here where I am right now. and. That's all I can give you. If you you know it's all it really can't give you your future can't. You, know you have to accept and live every day like that and I you do that. You Steve The blessings every day. Yeah, the blessings and you know it's hard I've. I have interesting path. So I do see like nothing lasts forever even in the hardship right and so it's just Another Page. In the books and I feel like it's really important to recognize that whenever you are going through something hard because if you don't. Recognize that. You're not going to be in this space forever even whenever it's good. No that yeah she ain't although if in that face of nothing will change, it'll draw out even longer..
"the " Discussed on Paging The Simpsons
"So she says so this is kind of started off as a joke, but my boyfriend is starting to take it too far and I'm getting anxious we both want kids but have talked about how we definitely want to wait until we are both older and more financially stable one day. He started making offhand comments about our future baby Violet for example his job. You had a baby last year and he'd say stuff like that outfit would look cute on Violet. I went along with it because it felt harmless at the time. We're both working working from home to the pandemic and share a room for our office. I've heard him make comments to his co-workers about how violent kept him up all night and stuff like that when I asked him about it. He said, you know, he's joking and that it's becoming his go to joke for when he's hungover or up all night gaming. I thought it was weird, but decided to believe him since it was only a handful of times. She goes on to say however the other day I found a pacifier in our closet under some dirty clothes. My first thought was it was there somehow from his niece, so, but I messed up foot bath. Never been over here. I asked my boyfriend about it and he said must be a left over from The Last Tenant and she's like? Anyways, I don't know if I'm overreacting or what but it's just starting to make me uncomfortable. I really don't want kids right now and it feels like he's basically made up child to everyone else. How do I approach him about this? That doesn't make either of us look like a weirdo even though I think he's kind of being the one we're right now. So I was right it inappropriate after we just talked about that. Yeah, it's not the case timing bruh. You know, what route judge me Thora cuz here's the thing. You shouldn't fake having a kid or having a pregnancy. So this is something like in the past few years, especially people of like made known on April Fool's Day. Don't do the whole like fake pregnancy test thing just because again once again now not only the losses but how hard some people try to get pregnant and can't it's not appropriate. It's just not so faking a whole ass baby is weird. That's weird. I don't agree with that. I don't know what to tell you. Just him to stop. I don't I don't know. I don't know. I wouldn't have gone along with it this long so.
"the " Discussed on The Creative's Journey
"Guess most people would start the same way. Sure. And then it depends because at different times, I would always just write on the computer and now it kind of just right on the piano law but lately, even exchanging and I fucking hate I hate the piano right now? It's just like it bums me out every time. fucking play. Can You? Tell me why. It's just like you know again. It's like, how do you like do something? That's like like on the piano it's like there's like I feel like. The kind of expression that alike come across to people as like. How do I say this? Try It's like there's just so many warn out tropes. Styles or ways of doing it. You know it's like I can. I can write a lot of those veins. You know. Okay. Bet It's just like this isn't new. You know it's like so somebody else could do this. Right. So would you say that almost the same stuff keeps coming out in that sense is is that what you would say almost yeah, it's like, okay this is like kind of like a haunting and beautiful elegant piano piece. Like. There's so many of those like what makes it different than the others? And if it's if if it can't be that way which most often, it's not just refer me. I'm not interested in finishing or doing it and I've been coming across that problem a lot I'm just like I'm just trying to find like trying to find inspiration again almost because you because you've tried the haunting melodies, you try to this kind of that. You were like, okay cool. I've done it. Now what is that? What it is. And it's because I can write in a lot of different styles to sure and do like a lot of different like kind of like. Arrangement. To like. Big Cynthia production or Castrol Shit would you say that? Your expertise almost hinders you into in more. Like like inspiring things because you know so much almost as that was. Through A. Okay. So they might be at, but I don't think. So I think it's just that I want to have the connection with music that I had. Wow. kind of in the beginning or The Times that made me want to do this you want that same you want that same. City not this same high, but as substantial as a high shoot does I like music for me originally was like like I was making a world to live. Because I wasn't fond of mine. Actual, right. And nowadays, it's like I find that I don't need it that in that way. So it's like a problem of how to like. How do I write because? The reason I do is changing so and it's not so like before I would say my.
"the " Discussed on The Win-Win Effect
"Everybody helped me welcome jess. Leeches show just because. Hey. What's going on? Thank you for having me I'm really excited to finally get on the phone with you. Finally finally finally. This is a different type episode for the PODCAST, but yeah, it's been a long time overdue. I know that we've been going back and forth with. Our teams and trying to figure out the dates, and the Times but this cova thing through as a curveball for sheriff's I'm really honored that you're here enjoying us today. I know we can't be too bad because it's been thrown. Everybody curve balls. But the important part of finding it happen. Exactly exactly the way we could probably go for two or three hours having a conversation because we have free conversation right before we hit recording cheering for the reason why I wanted to. Have you on the show because you're. Multifaceted? You're so. It's a lot of layers to you. You know he'll really shit because that's what we work on. I. Fifty One dimension I gotta be like at least three you know. Right now. Is that whatever you're doing? You're definitely doing a great job or your teams is really helping you get to your inner core essence of thank you. You're welcome and they're doing some so many great things and I can go on for hours and days talking about all this stuff. Do you normally answer? And what your show? How is the voice? How is you know going on tour? Accomplishing all the things that you sit out life, but the word a major reasons why I wanted to have you on his show how you got here and put yourself in the situation you are today and helping so many people with your charities. The things that you're into, but I guess for the most part. The talk about adversity, just for a second and getting yourself even in a situation where people are even going to view you and having town because it's not talent, we understand that right. Well. Yeah, I mean it. It's not when it comes down to it I mean it helps. It definitely helps to have a talent in something and I think I. Think your talents in some ways are linked to your passions which are linked to your purpose. You know it's all kind of linked together. We Really. Especially in hindsight when you get going on the journey and you're like wow, lake. feel like this is why you need to do this, but in reality more than anything it's it's it's..
"the " Discussed on The Schmidt List
"Engage patients for virtual care, visit so phone video chat, and then we have an intelligent interview, which is, we're most known for, and that's no daft of interview. That essentially provides a way for patients to do a ten to twelve minute visit with the same questions that they would get in person and the provider on the other side when they received a text message with that visit. Them less than two minutes to complete it, and so it's really a hyper. Way of getting care and obviously very relevant and the Times that we're in with covid nineteen. And that's that's another piece I wanted to ask you about I mean. I'm guessing the past few months have been pretty insane for you. Folks because I. I've spoken to a number of people that work in telehealth from everything from big insurance companies to small providers to clinics and telehealth is really. For obvious reasons become really important, really relevant, and and so let let's let's look at maybe let's say baby six months ago, versus just a few months ago. What what are you seeing in the differences? With what's going on with Telehealth, obviously, people are much more. It seems like people are much more body into the idea, and the technology and users are getting used to it. Where do you see things changing right now? What's been changing right now? And what do you see coming? A Lake the questioner or the description of of being bought in it, it really shifted from being bought in and the need to have this. Tool that is offered a virtual care tool now it's become a necessity in, so we're seeing how systems across the US. Really, needing to keep patients out of brick and mortar, and and really make sure that they're seeing the patients in person that must be seen in person, and so the way that they do that safely is to provide other care options for virtual care for patients that still need to be seen quote, unquote for any number of conditions, and so really we've seen that that seismic shift from a health system perspective, but then..
"the " Discussed on The House of Lee NYC
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"the " Discussed on The Cruise Dudes Podcast
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"On the doctor oz show or maybe on PBS for CBS and also on fox news where he does a health segment has been featured in the York times and also on ABC's twenty twenty anyway Chris is joining us today to discuss not one but three of the hottest nutritional ingredients out there on the market today even better he's teamed up with purity today to give away a complimentary bottle to everyone out there in the listening audience so do not I repeat do not change that dial first a quick introduction Chris Gilham is an author and educator he's written fourteen books he's conducted research in over thirty countries again he's been on with Oprah and friends and Dr oz Chris welcome back to the show thank you so much that it's always a pleasure to have a great conversation with yes now most of us are super busy these days we want to stay healthy but quite frankly can be daunting you know with all the different supplements out there not Chris you've traveled all over the world learning about different natural remedy so you really know which ingredients to look for so tell me this besides a good multi vitamin it's official oil maybe a few other things go into the three super hot nutrients you've been so jazzed about lately well the three super nutrients as we like to say are a green tea extract a tumor Rick extract called curcumin and an extract from red wine called Raz very trawl an apropos of what you said about my traveling around the world I've extensively investigated the use in their host countries so I've been in the green tea plantations of China and India and worked with top researchers of this ingredient in those countries with tumor record I've been deeply involved with turmeric researchers in India and seen all of that and with red's Vera trol I've worked with scientists in Europe and also in California and Chile and South Africa all of which are major red wine producing areas so I've had the opportunity to investigate these things in the field meet with the top scientists and my conclusion is that green tea curcumin from tomb recruit and resume our trawl from red wine are remarkable health enhancing agents that everybody can benefit from in a very very substantial way let's talk about these big three and it's interesting that they're all found in our diet and all are considered superfoods the green tea the procurement there was very troll why did you want to combine the three there's always a method to your your madness if I can see it that way you combine these things together because they have a synergistic effect they make each other work better you call it a real game changer well you know when I look at these there actually isn't a reason to put them all in separate product they do go very well together as you said they're all food derived so it's kind of like you can make a salad if you choose out of many vegetables you don't just have to have a bowl of lettuce or a bowl of cucumbers and that's a little bit simplistic the fact is that all of these are very very rich in groups of protective compounds that are both anti oxidants so they actually **** the aging process of the cells in our bodies and protect our organ systems to they maintain a healthy inflammatory status in the body and this is really a big break through I also like the idea that people can get a concentrated supplement of green tea extract curcumin extract and resume our trial in one product with truly meaningful amounts of each one and not have to go out and basically by a shopping cart full of stuff let's dive into the headlines in the research especially on this green tea because it's absolutely amazing I know in Asia they've been using it for thousands of years for healthy aging but what are you seen recently in the press I know you told me the nutrition research journal in its July twenty twelve issue revealed the green tea significantly increased plasma anti Occident activity in whole blood glutathione can you recap some of these headlines and tell me why you're such a green tea advocate okay what you just said about increasing plasma antioxidant and activity is really critical there are many antioxidants that people consume that don't actually wind up in the body in any significant amounts the green tea antioxidants which we know are among the most highly beneficial antioxidants in the entire world are very well absorbed the improve plasma antioxidant activity that is the blood concentration of anti oxidants so what happens is you get this great concentration of antioxidant substances which a protective compounds floating around in the body and protecting the cells of your body your organs every part of your body from premature destruction due to exposure to environmental pollutants and things in the diet with regard to the whole blood glutathione when we take in the right anti oxidants and not all antioxidant compounds are the right anti oxidants our bodies produce more of its own super protective compounds called glutathione so you take in the green tea extract you build the antioxidant activity in your blood and you also because your body to produce this enormously beneficial very well studied very powerful protective substance called glutathione so it is remarkable this isn't something that most high antioxidant foods or supplement ingredients do but it does happen with the concentrated properly made green tea extract all right let's switch gears and talk about this car Cuman which is number two on your list and by the way these three ingredients are all found in the new green tea combo formula will.