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"teela" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

Sandy K Nutrition

04:07 min | Last month

"teela" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

"We're just now getting the secondary tests in and what we're discovering is that it's Takes longer to reverse dna age than it does. Teela lamar age. And i think. I know the reason why i think the reason why is that. There are seventy eight human organs systems and the dna age formula. The horace technology is basically based on methylation changes is basically Gauging a biological age of most of those major organs. So there's a lot more that has to happen when you've got seventy eight organs then when you're dealing with i shouldn't say just teela murders are incredibly important when you're dealing with the same issue that teela mer linked on the end of chromosomes. So this is a person who's chronological age and dna age was fifty three. Okay the same. And that means that she has the normal that's why her percentile is about forty five percents. She has basically the normal mortality risk of of a female. You know roughly her age just slightly less than than others. Okay now let's go a year and a half eighteen months later the same person we put her on the peptide program. She's now fifty four. Instead of fifty three and our dna age now has dropped fifty two so. She's now three years younger than her chronological age. Dna wise and we go to organise information at three years less. She's now twenty. One percent less tally risk than she was eighteen months earlier. So instead of being at the same mortality risk you know normal human. Being at her agents over she now has an improved mortality. Risk of less than a decreased metallica risk of twenty one percent so she's got an improvement compared to her peers. See from these two. That the the needle definitely moves a lot slower with this. Study that we're talking about. You might see like eighteen years right with telomeres study. I know that on some examples that was quite significant whereas this is just a couple years right. Yes but okay and this is very important okay. You can't compare the two at all people fall into this fall into this traffic. They say to me will bill. You might you know fifteen younger team number wise and it only took twelve months or be on the other hand. We only got a two year improvement in my dna. Well we're measuring different things and what they have to understand. Is we go back to. We go to let me go back. We go to these charged world. We're talking about here that one if a person is two years older. Let's look at the number two. If there two years older than their calendar age they have twenty five percent increased risk of death. We're moving that needle from twenty five percent increase risk to twenty eight percent less risky. Yes i mean. That is incredible. That is. I won't say it's more important not lemaire because it's it's sort of like saying the tires are more important than the engine you know you need them both but yeah people have that same kind of reaction. We'll bill i i. I'm not so impressed that i only changed by two years. It isn't the years that's important. It's the mortality risk factor. It's the printed. Someone's yes Sandy if someone came to you and said you know you take these you you enter you intervene with this protocol of peptides for say eighteen months or.

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"teela" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

Sandy K Nutrition

04:49 min | 2 months ago

"teela" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

"And they're angry and bitter and so fortunately ever happened with us to the benefit of our kids and so forth the benefit is that you can run scientific tests and you've reduced your stress right. Yeah yes okay. So the conclusion of the first two years of the study was we The average was at twelve point. Thirty two year Call a biological age. I i hate that term because it implies that you can measure something very specifically basically what we're showing here is that we lengthened people's teela mirrors to the equivalent of twelve point three two years over a period of two years numbers. We restored their teamer length. At the rate of about six years for every twelve months that they were in the program which again creates a huge amount of cell replication. And if you remember those earlier slides were keelan shorter teela mirrors were associated with less with mortality risk morbidity risk diseases and so forth if you're lengthening your tailenders you're becoming younger teela mir wise and so that i i consider that and other scientists consider that reversal of sorts. I hate that term biological age but basically biological age. It's it seems to be a big big term nowadays. Understand what it means in the problem with it is that biological age is made up with problems of at least probably thirty forty different elements and so so. How can you say that. Someone's biological agents a ex but it's the term that's used people understand okay so what this shows real quick. Is that the normal process. We go through life. We have a long teela here. When we're born over a period of time they shorten the shorten the sales go into april top. Eight talk upset offices at some point but if you can intervene here with the kilometers enzyme then you reverse that and so from here and here which are equal you start adding telomeres to the end here and you can get you back to as you see baseline.

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"teela" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:57 min | 8 months ago

"teela" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's a tribute to that city on the Black Sea, sometimes known as the Pearl of the Black Sea. Funny thing is, this music was not written by a composer from either Odessa or Armenia. This is the very popular Italian pianist and composer Ludovico A Now D and a piece called Odessa on this edition of New Sounds, will be hearing some music. It features instruments from around the Black Sea from Bulgaria, Turkey, Georgia, Armenia, and we'll be hearing musicians who come from those places, but we'll also be hearing musicians who are based. In Montreal in New York and Italy and Finland. So this thing one little area of the world actually gives us license to do what we normally do on new sounds, which is to roam freely through the world of music. I'm John Schaefer. Glad you're with us for this edition of the program. When I say instruments from around the Black Sea, Of course that includes the original instrument, the voice and we'll have a chance in a little while to hear. Two of the great choruses from that part of the world. The famous Bulgarian women's chorus, and George is equally gifted, although not as well known Rustavi choir We'll begin with a collaboration between Yo Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble and the vocal trio known as Black Sea Hotel. They specialize in music from Bulgaria and Armenia and places like that. And so the two groups got together. This is from the silk Road Ensembles record called Sing Me home, and they did this traditional Bulgarian song called Saddle Ayanna, which we'll use to get things started. Then we'll hear some music from Ilhan or saw Heene's Istanbul sessions. Ilhan was born in Sweden, TOC, Swedish and Turkish parents and have spent a lot of time in Turkey. But he is a New Yorker. He's the owner of the club and the record label called New Blue here in Manhattan, and he does go to Istanbul to play with Turkish musicians pretty regularly. And from the most recent of his Istanbul sessions will hear a piece called Farewell to Earth. Among the many other things that Ilhan or saw him does is he plays the saxophone and you'll hear him, especially towards the end of this piece. But first here's Black Sea Hotel, the New York based vocal trio. And yo Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble with this traditional Bulgarian tune, Sir Teela you known alias..

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The Tempest Stele

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

07:26 min | 8 months ago

The Tempest Stele

"This artifact is at its heart a big stone block it is a slab. It is a big slab made of cal site. That's currently in multiple fragments. I think through at least three major fragments And they were recovered from the temple complex of karnak which is in the ancient egyptian city of thebes near the modern Upper egypt city of luxor. And this artifact was recovered by archaeologists. I think in the late nineteen forties early nineteen fifties Karnak of course this big beautiful temple complex you may have seen. It represented digitally and transformers movies. Where they're big robots slugging around there or as an actual shooting location in the spy. Who loved me. Did the transformers really battle here. I think they did at some point. The transporter the it's part of the the raison d'etre of of Transformers to eventually just slam through and demolish every work of humankind like all artifacts and landscapes must be ground into sand by the transformers until only transformers remain right. Okay just a baron. Featureless earth completely smooth but with transformers with mack trucks and jeeps and stuff. But anyway. what's the deal with this slab. The tempest de originally stood about one point. Eight meters tall so about six feet tall and it bears an inscription texts that was copied on both sides in these horizontal lines. But it also has imagery at the top so to quote from One of the papers that we're going to be referencing today. I think that this description comes from this. First paper that was published by karen pollinger foster robert k. Rittner and benjamin. Our foster in the journal of near eastern studies in nineteen ninety-six quote above the horizontal body of each text is a lou net with to adore st- scenes and brief vertical labels unlike the parallel text. The tulu net labels display minor variation in wording both faces preserve dual scenes of the king followed by female deity of fecundity carrying offering trays. And these traits have like fruits and vegetables on them. So you've got this big old texts. That's on both sides in this image of a king and a lady who represents fertility Carrying up some nice foodstuffs fruits and vegetables. Nice plant matter and so here. I think maybe we should actually just read the full text of the tempus teela because it's not all that long And this is something that i personally really love. May maybe other people aren't as interested in design but it just reading the text of of texts that are this old like these. Ancient egyptian inscriptions really does kind of put me in an altered state of consciousness. You know it's like I i feel like i'm inhabiting a mind. That is so separated from me by time and culture that it's a little bit creepy. I mean to to a certain extent. That's that's exactly what's happening right. The transfer of information across the ages. Yeah and in. There's this like weird tingling down at the bottom of my brain where i just feel like. There's a lot that's really important that i'm not understanding but i'm getting just the slightest hint of what it is coming through in the translation Well that's the tingler you've got that. That's the vincent price movie. Well i know what you're talking about with okay. This english translation is by the american egyptologist. Robert honor who is the one of the authors on a couple of studies that we're going to be mentioning today now again. The steelers text is damaged. So there are some gaps and some of these have been filled in with. What is very likely what their contents were so. There's just some texts that we don't have but we feel very confident you know. This is what it would have been another parts or just left blank. Where there's less certainty and i guess when we get one of those blank spots just sort of pause for a second in the reading so here it goes long live the horace great of manifestations he of the two ladies pleasing of birth the golden horus who binds the two lands king of the upper and lower egypt. Neb feddie raw son of raw ahmosis living forever. Now then his majesty came raw himself had appointed him to be king of upper egypt. Then his majesty dwelt at the town of said. Jeff tally in the district. Just to the south of kandara while on raw. Lord of the thrones of the two lands was in thebes. It was his majesty who sailed south to offer bread beer and everything good and pure now after the offering then attention was given in this district now then the cold image of this god at his body was installed in this temple while he was enjoy. Now then this great god desired. His majesty was god's declared their discontent. The gods caused the sky to come in a tempest of rain with darkness in the western region and the sky unleashed without cessation louder than the cries of the masses more powerful than while. The rain raged on the mountains louder than the noise of the cataract which is at elephants. Every house every quarter that they reached floating on the water like skiffs of papyrus opposite the royal residence for a period of days while a torch could not be lit in the two lands. Then his majesty said how much greater this is than the wrath of the great god than the plans of the gods then his majesty descended to his boat with his council following him while the crowds on the east and west had hidden faces having no clothing on them after the manifestation of the god's wrath then his majesty reach the interior of thebes with gold confronting gold for this statue so that he meaning on raw received that which he desired then. His majesty began to reestablish the two lands to drain the flooded territories without his to provide them with silver with gold with copper with oil and cloth of every bolt that could be desired. The and his majesty made himself comfortable inside the palace life prosperity health. His majesty was informed that the mortuary concessions had been entered by water with the tomb. Chambers collapsed the funerary mansions undermined in the pyramids fallen having been made into that which was never made. Then his majesty commanded to restore the temples which had been into ruin in this entire land to refurbish the monuments of the gods to erect their closure walls to provide the sacred in the noble chamber to mask the secret places to introduce into their shrines. The cult statues which were cast to the ground to set up the braziers to erect offering tables to establish their bread offerings to double the income of the personnel to put the land into its former state. Then it was done in accordance with everything that his majesty had commanded

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The impact of work-related stress on DNA

Second Opinion

03:33 min | 2 years ago

The impact of work-related stress on DNA

"Visit dr michael wilks with as second opinion over the last few decades much has been written about the impact of both chronic stress and early league childhood trauma on will be both experiences impact on health and profound ways ranging from anxiety depression russian anger and violence to impacts on the human body such as heart disease cancer and obesity. What we have lacked is the connection action between stressful experiences biological processes and these illnesses so a new preliminary study done on doctors offers stress caught my attention while there are many jobs that are highly stressful certainly being a medical resident working at least eighty hours. There's a week frequent changes shift back and forth from night today making regular life and death decisions and trying to manage enormous responsibility ability while also trying to learn is high up there on these stressful job list. The study published in biological psychiatry suggests yes that just one year of working like this as a medical resident ages d._n._a. Six times faster than it would normally age the more demanding the training experience the more the residents d. n. A. ages this particular study involved. Two hundred and fifty residents at fifty five live hospitals across the u._s. Volunteers contributed a d._n._a. Sample before they began their first year residency and then at at the end of that first year. They also completed a survey at both points in time at the end of the d._n._a. Molecule there is a portion call the tea low mir which is related to aging and disease risk so if you think of a spiral d._n._a. The way you might think of shoelace lace at the end our binders that keep the lace or in our case the d._n._a. From coming unwound these ends are what are called teela mirrors. I it is these telomeres that seemed to be shortened by stress. This study involved just medical residents but there is no reason the think that job related stress doesn't impact the d._n._a. In other stressful jobs like air traffic controllers police the military or even newborn parents. What we know is that some jobs are stressful and those jobs often result in poorer health. These factors are correllated stress and poor health but not necessarily causative. What's important about this study. Is it examines the impact act of stress on an important biologic activity that we already know is a marker of aging and disease risk. There is is still a huge amount. We don't know about the link between stress and the biological changes for example. We don't know if these changes in telomere length thank are permanent or if there is anything that can be done to repair the damage once it occurs nonetheless. It certainly reminds minds us that stress can be harmful and the more we can do to eliminate stress in our life the better it may be on our long term health. This is dr michael wilks with a second opinion.

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"teela" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"teela" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Where can people find you working? People find the book well. We are all over social media so you can follow us that jet Teela and Allie Teela on instagram. I'm Mrs Genteel on Twitter Teela facebook jetty Lalli Teela very simple and the books on Amazon and you know most of your major bookstores everywhere books are sold and probably some places where books aren't sold yeah. Thank you so much for coming. You're having everybody go pick up. The buck like there are not not only a great product but they're not nicer people that you can give your money to there's so much useful information technique wise like I was saying the top of the show like. Did you guys have in here that like you know. I know that there's a lot of vegans who listen to this and you guys have some Vegan friendly recipes for sure so much to learn like I love the coconut Chia pudding not being because there's honey on it but you could omit that and put an sweetener a governor so good well. It's just technique a knows no place like like you're saying with bracing braise other things that aren't just like do you WANNA learn these techniques and if you think two people with an education background aren't going to be bringing you useful information. You are adding your mind. Go get this and to your point. You know we're just like you where we have a difficult time cramming uncooking in the evening and you know we're incredibly busy and we have kids and Yada Yada but if you learn the techniques you're faster and faster than you can cook every night yeah and then it's not so much of a compromise like no no. I can do this fast flat yeah exactly or you can cook more nights because I'm night. That just isn't GonNa Nice for me pretty fast like I've gotten like when I when we essentially like before we do the first book up my cooking skills. We're like minimal. I've gotten much better. They can unlike whip up dinner while I'm like talking to for my kitchen before you know it it's like you have you have made huge strides. I'm very proud of this has been a great teacher. Thank you so much for coming. Thank Ah Y'all that is our show this week. We like to take a moment to thank our sponsors. Bring this podcast y'all free every week especially our friends over at Madman. Please go and support them because they support us and now you're doing some online shopping amendment see it's Great Shush up. Thank Frankford Christopher the music the shuns for putting up with us and our nonsense speak for yourself. I'm I'm `a delight. You're the only one who could say that only one and last but not least to the audience. Thank you so much y'all for coming back every week. Listening to our fucking food rants. I didn't know so mini. y'All were <hes> Aldi fans where we got a bunch Al Majali Fan so I'm GonNa go my way and try to see what y'all and pop sugar is. This is from a couple of weeks ago. Stay agent all right y'all next week. Thanks for listening to forked up a kitchen podcast. Check out new episodes every Thursday exclusively at podcast one dot com the new podcast one APP or subscribe on Apple podcasts. Hey there rob sister Nina from rob as a podcast and you're a big brother Fan you know the summer is all about one thing watching crazy people locked in a house on big brother and we got episode recaps after every St Episode with the path getting talking about all the updates from the game and the gossip from the live being listener Roberts podcasts exclusively on apple podcasts and podcasts want him. If you love the.

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"teela" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"teela" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Service to come out to get out onto the surface to spew out through these vents and to leave a telltale signature they used to think that the oceans of your Roca were salty, but not like earth, oceans. They thought it was more sodium sulfates, which are great, but not necessarily as conducive for life. And now we have evidence of sodium chloride, like good old table salt, this stuff, also, that is all it is in our oceans, and allows for liquid water and allows for many of the metabolic interactions of life that take place. And so the, the bigger question I mean, we've been looking at your Rocca for a long time as potentially because it has these watery oceans. Under the surface potentially to hold microbial life. And now knowing that there might there might really be saltwater under there. It might be lice. That's even more similar to the microbial life. We find here on earth. So let's go. Let's go there. Absolutely. Now, it's just another example of how we're not special. We keep thinking, we're special everything that's happened. Here is so unusual. But chances are there's other stuff out there, that's like us. That's like this, something of that nature, lots of aliens around here has thinking that way, of course, but this is a perfect example something that potentially could hold life. Like we know it pretty easily. Yeah, very exciting. So we may Enceladus Europa, the number of moons in our solar system that might have life increasing getting more and more exciting. Even if we do find life on, on Europa other places. It's still special. I'm sorry. I grew up with mister Rogers, I should know better. Everyone's special. In our own way. Even the purple panda, even though he was terrifying to me child. I don't know why moving on Cubans, right? We don't wanna get old. We'd like to live long healthy lives. We'd like to age, well, so that we can go to space, right and live those long lives out in space. And so there are big questions, people are asking about how we age, why we age, why does it turn out that similar around your fifties sixties seventies things start breaking down? And you're just not as found see, as you once were when you were younger aging takes its toll, and as people are telling you to take your probiotics take your supplements. Do all these various things to stay younger longer? We really don't know the mechanisms behind aging. We know that our chromosomes have. Teela mir's. On the end, and those Teela MIR's get broken down. Every time a cell divides each time, a cell divides, like little scissors, snip, those telomeres away. And when the Teela Amir's are gone, they don't protect your DNA anymore. Your DNA is subject to damage much more easily and so two long raise -til. Amir's are this big picture that we've been looking into, but a new study that just came out in the journal of aging cell. Researchers have been looking at. More. The genetic instructions that actually lead to changes in gene, actively the genes that control the metabolic pathways that control..

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"teela" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"teela" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"I don't know anything about your age Julian, but I was alive. I was out there paying taxes and I was in a dull when Dolly, the sheep was born, and it was this revolution. How is this even possible? And so on. Your students know about Dali and they know about telomeres, but apparently, there's no cause and effect. It's still a mystery. So Julia ask your students. Tell your students to go out there and figure out what's going on between. Teela MIR's aging. Yeah. Means there's a lot of work for them to do. They can be extra motivated order. Just now. Exactly. Do they know? Do your students realize that you used to be a student. I relied like devait near you were talking about when people when you saw your grandfather, it just or your grandparents it didn't occur to you that they had once been. Peop- people children sub-units. Right. So do they do they see you in the grocery store, and get freaked out Julia? You know, that's they say this is our all teacher. Yeah. Students students I think they think we go into big cocoons at night. I don't think they expect to see a show going to coons. Thank you so much. I hope I hope your students got something out of this, or they will they will they will get something out of that. They have. Science will be right back. Science rules is also brought to you by Kiwi co. They create Super Bowl hands on projects for kids of all ages that make learning about science technology, engineering, art and math fun. Their projects. There you create a thing from these precision cut pieces that fit together very well. There's something I really like it says it the instructions stop, you say, wait, wait fix this now. Because it will be much harder to fix later. It's charming, it's clever. It's compelling. And they do work. They're really nice. They the are designed to spark creativity and learning and kids of all ages, and the keyword from everybody is tinkering I became a mechanical engineer because I made tinkerer I may, I may tinker Asst. I tink or something every box, every crate includes everything you need for that month project. The instructions are cool. They're easy to follow. And there's an educational magazine that comes with it. It's about everybody every crates theme. And.

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"teela" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"teela" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Not buying. You. Don't need a back by hundred cookbooks to get right things. You're really getting buying a variety as if you guys are pulling out segments from like voluminous amount of. Yeah. Like, all your fist work, all your beef work. And like the really is. Because any most people cook like that? Now, we have so little time in the world. Right, right. You want like the stuff that you know, is going to work all the time and everyone needs chocolate. Everyone needs stakes. Everyone needs like the brute the basics, and this is like beyond that we've been through a few Asian things back in here that that either we forgot to put any other book or it's so fundamental. We wanted to tease it and have to buy both. The rice tip alone that you give cooking long grain rice invoked. It's worth the book. It absolutely is. Now, I am going to give you one more thing before we go in the beginning sexy sections that you get into fundamental the fundamentals of great cooking. Check this out. You're not only getting recipes. I should be selling this. You really should hate about. Plus, you get to know your cuts of meat, a stand mixers cookies scales gets into knife grip, which I know some people bagged on you for the embryo. A primary cuts how to dice how to slice it common yields. All these it really is a primer in addition to the recipes as well. Thanks so much, man. I mean, seriously, I should have an Australian accent and be. I'm very proud of you guys. Glad to know you. This is a great book come back anytime with have you on again soon. Maybe before the holidays, we love that. You you tell us, and we're here you got it relations new book, you can find it where books are sold the name of the book is one hundred and one epoch dishes. Also, your social media. Go ahead and give it out. Allie teela. Go ahead. I'm actually alley LA and Instagram and MRs jetty LA on Twitter. I'm just not LA. That's it everywhere. Thank you. You're on the court in Los Angeles..

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"teela" Discussed on Consumer Finance Monitor

Consumer Finance Monitor

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"teela" Discussed on Consumer Finance Monitor

"Their position on tolerances. A number of investors, in fact, although there's a statutory one eighth of one percent tolerance for regular and a one quarter of one percent tolerance for irregular transactions would only use the one eighth number as a matter of policy and a lot of investors. Have matter policy would not allow the people selling loans to them to rely on the overstatement tolerance because it's conditional. It is tied to a finance charge overstatement, and in various cases that is not the case. And so the overstated APR is inaccurate. So while the rule does have tolerances. What we have found that investors in many cases have policies that are much. Stricter than the actual tolerances. Under the rule. Thanks, rich. Poppy back to you for a little bit rich reference. Senate Bill twenty one fifty five earlier the economic growth regulatory relief and consumer Protection Act. Did that change the trid rule waiting period requirements when the PR decreases, according to the cfpb PB? Yes. But only four high cost mortgages. So the CFP's f acute takes the position that section one nine a of the act does not apply across the board to the waiting period where the PR becomes inaccurate because of a decrease they say that section one or nine aid did not create an exception to the trigeminal waiting period because the section only immense Teela section one twenty nine b which specifically applies only to high cost mortgage disclosures. So the waiting period requirement for other credit transactions is set forth in Teela section one twenty eight which was not amended.

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"teela" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"teela" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"And that's where the genes are and the best way to describe it. As to think of that chromosome, each chromosome as shoelace and the caps on your shoe laces, called aglet. So the quilt of kilometers on your chromosomes. So just like the aglet on your shoelace? They protect your shoelace. The -til Amir's on your chromosomes. Protect your chromosomes chromosomes are made of DNA and protein, but we're talking about just the DNA part of it right now. And so when the tumors get really short, your DNA starts having some pretty negative consequences. Sometimes it starts mutating when the tumors get really short. But it also affects expression of the genes that's on the chromosomes genes are like things you can turn on and off like light switches more like a dimmer switch and the length of the Teela MIR affects those dimmer switches. Okay. So telomeres genes can turn on and off relative to the length of two Lemaire, and that causes aging when telomeres get short. Let's say I don't wanna say aging for Sabe, let's say decline in health with h. And so, but that's what telomeres are. And if it turns out that every single time ourselves divide artillery get a little bit shorter. And it's due to the fact that when you know, when you have a parent cell that's going to become divide become to daughter cells. Everything inside that parent cell has to be I duplicated in order for after the division. That's two daughter cells become identical to that parent cell. And during the duplicate DNA is one of the things that has to be duplicated by the process called DNA replication. But it turns out that ourselves lack the ability to replicate the DNA all the way to the very end. It's like a bricklayer foot in a row of bricks on top of a wall by standing on the wall and walking backward. And when they get to the very end the wall, they can't put a brick and the last place they're standing because if they step back they fall off. So that's what's happening with our. Tumors, and they get shorter every time a cell divides. And. As a result. We get declining health. It's known that when Teela MIR's are fifteen thousand basis, which is the typical length when were first conceived ourselves are very healthy. By the time, we're born because of all the cell division going from a single cell embryo to newborn baby are already of short down to ten thousand bases. Bases are units of measurement of DNA where ho chromosomes about one hundred million bases in length, but ten thousand bases is still okay. Still very healthy. Just like if you cut your aglet on your shoelace in half. You're shoeless still be fine. But the the problems become when all the additional cell division as you. Grow up. You have injuries and you have to have cell division too..

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"teela" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"teela" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"I'm I'm I'm trying to basically the same thing that you're doing, and and and the synergy is sort of in that in that sort of doctor patient relationship, and what's happening is a lot of lot of great things coming that. I think are help people be healthier. Are there? Any other peptides easing quite notable right now. So I can be. Epithelium is interesting because. Appears to increase in length Teela Mira's, but it also seems to affect the hormonal system and. Then TB five hundred a segment of famous in. And so there are a variety of different peptides that are thymus and related. Simon alpha one thymus and beta and. And they have quite a bit of potential to help with chronic infections. So I've been using the time peptides for people with chronic infections. And almost everybody in the space has migrated to adopting peptides as part of their. As part of the milieu of their their treatment algorithms. Yeah. And then you can think of sort of different components, and then we're going to get better and better and better. So that I've got the anti inflammatory component with like BBC one five seven. I've got a hormonal effect and kind of lengthening Teela Muris. I've got. With epithelium. And then I've got with Simonsen. I've got the ability to have an effective sort of stimulating or potentially modulating immune immune response, and in so many sort of modern conditions are have an aspect of immune over response or under response. And so the concept of immune modulation, and and many many therapies work towards affecting immunization in terms of bouncing, the the fact that immune response, and really we want a, balanced and sort of. Rational approach from the perspective of her body to any problem. Yeah. It's really interesting. These can be stacked one of my friends emailed me this was like two days ago. And he was like, what do you think about this stock, and it was immoral and for growth hormone Tessa Moreland for cognitive functioning CJ c twelve seventy five as a muscle builder and fab earner and AO d nine oh, six fat-burner energy and answer DS IP for deep sleep enhancement, and then BBC one fifty seven..

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"teela" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"teela" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"I'm I'm I'm trying to basically the same thing that you're doing, and and and the synergy is sort of in that in that sort of doctor patient relationship, and what's happening is a lot of lot of great things coming that. I think are help people be healthier. Are there? Any other peptides easing quite notable right now. So I can be. Epithelium is interesting because. Appears to increase in length Teela Mira's, but it also seems to affect the hormonal system and. Then TB five hundred a segment of famous in. And so there are a variety of different peptides that are thymus and related. Simon alpha one thymus and beta and. And they have quite a bit of potential to help with chronic infections. So I've been using the time peptides for people with chronic infections. And almost everybody in the space has migrated to adopting peptides as part of their. As part of the milieu of their their treatment algorithms. Yeah. And then you can think of sort of different components, and then we're going to get better and better and better. So that I've got the anti inflammatory component with like BBC one five seven. I've got a hormonal effect and kind of lengthening Teela Muris. I've got. With epithelium. And then I've got with Simonsen. I've got the ability to have an effective sort of stimulating or potentially modulating immune immune response, and in so many sort of modern conditions are have an aspect of immune over response or under response. And so the concept of immune modulation, and and many many therapies work towards affecting immunization in terms of bouncing, the the fact that immune response, and really we want a, balanced and sort of. Rational approach from the perspective of her body to any problem. Yeah. It's really interesting. These can be stacked one of my friends emailed me this was like two days ago. And he was like, what do you think about this stock, and it was immoral and for growth hormone Tessa Moreland for cognitive functioning CJ c twelve seventy five as a muscle builder and fab earner and AO d nine oh, six fat-burner energy and answer DS IP for deep sleep enhancement, and then BBC one fifty seven..

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"teela" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"teela" Discussed on ESPN FC

"After after switching to to a back three when Teela care came on. Maybe that's something that you can build on. But I also think in this game they were also let down by the fact that we all talk about these tastic individuals that they have two of these fantastic individuals were incredibly poor against Napoli one of them at instinct. Varney who who had been coming for a while the other one Killian in baba who maybe arguably had one of his worst games of the season. So I think when he just wrote that into the mix as well. But yeah, I agree. There's there's a ton of work to be done here. You know when I see defendant. I'm not talking about please chasing, the opposition sleigh tackle and fighting with them punching. I'm not talking about that, you know, when you have please late name on Bobby particular. You're not expecting them to do that job. That's not where you want to do. But what you have to do an team corn shet-. And this you told me to for me doesn't do particularly in the Champions League. You ask them to get back into a position that show? You do you don't actually fight him in the body. You share Ray straight away when we lose a bowl a need you to get buck in here. So that at least we're tightened up does. No. Opens another aspect as well. If you talk lustful think in school side of the game if you'll see you'll mates visit over on the middle of the park and you getting threatened you'll goals in threatened. Frequently would you think to yourself I'm going to drop into this whole I'm going to drop going to supplement the middle of the pup? I mean. Would you should go boats? It maybe the whether these lots of selfish, whether it will recognize it or whether they want to do it. But then it took a week. We were talking Niamh it couldn't handle name because he was too big for them. And then they brought to colon. So it was just the same. Same old same old. He's to skip the tell them get the bucks in and pick up, a decent sport going gap. I maybe I've been drinking Kool aid, I assure you. It's not like that. I think you guys are really been influenced by the nightmare. That was the Liverpool game. I think it works on the game. But it was the same exact same gob. We. It was nothing like that. You'll see and we'd be influenced by, but this is this is not the way as we'll take it whenever you gave a football. When you train June the week, and we prepare for a game you're supposed to see the end of the end of the week and the game, and what we've seen in the game as it team that doesn't defend as a team will seem please with superstar names with superstar reputations who will not get back into position to help. The team is a fight. We argue with up. No. But I would argue that the reasons behind it are different against Liverpool. You had a front three that simply stayed up there and almost almost looked disinterested. I think in this game what you has Pacific from from bopping. Cavani neymar woke up later. He wasn't. I mean, he's got his shoes too. But those guys really struggled to get around around the pitch and they face an opponent in inoperability who are just a very very clever team that they had a manager. Who knows PS g inside out? He knows the culture he knows the issues, and he was able to go a diffuse them and the game ended up ended up a draw. And maybe with more Lux, they could've one maybe Cavani Imbaba had shown up to play at detecting and leave the defensive into one side. They would have had more goals. I'm not gonna go into fend PS g and I. Lavish on Conlon's sees. No. All I'm telling you is. There was a run of games between Liverpool between the deliver pool game. And this one where they actually did play like a team and their forwards forwards the big stars actual hard at it didn't happen. It's not legal. Go we go to move on a lot more, restoring the champions. They look into what's happening. An eight can the latest cereal some podcast available to listen to on the website. Geico presents eyewitness interviews with.

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"teela" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"teela" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"The death of his childhood dog early chess victories against old drunk men in a park adjacent to a depressed government housing project a fascination with the Rostov ripper. Andre Chica Teela the abandonment by a father and the death of a loving grandfather and a childhood head injury from a swing. These would be the main ingredients that when mixed together would create Alexander euro per shoe, skin known to family and friends, Sasha known to the world as the chessboard killer aka the beats park maniac. He sits now in solitary confinement in a Russian prison as he hasn't his two thousand seven conviction on forty eight murders and three attempted murders. But Houston's trial created intense national debate and Russia regarding reinstating the death penalty. The last person to be executed in Russia was another Moscow serial killer Sergei glove can aka the Fisher, aka the boa convicted of raping and killing eleven young boys between nineteen eighty six and nineteen Ninety-two, and then give a single. Shot to the back of his head nineteen ninety six just like the United States. Russia has had an unfortunate amount of monsters dedicated to exterminating human beings during his trial shoe skin actually insisted he killed sixty three people, but authorities only had enough evidence to convict him of forty eight. He killed his first victim in nine hundred ninety. Two didn't get caught until two thousand six. Not only was he not remorseful. He was proud. He was disappointed that he wasn't convicted of killing more people than his idol. Chica Teo convicted of fifty two murders in nineteen Ninety-two his goal with sixty four one for every space on a chessboard. Why? Why did he want to kill anyone? Who did he kill? How did he kill them and how did he get away with it for so damn long. We look into all this in another dark, October true crime. Addition of time suck..

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"teela" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"teela" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"I've watched enough catfish, no, that all relationships are based on lies and to see all of them no exceptions. Next all dating shows set a terrible example of wet dating actually is I have been led to believe for most of my life. That dating is just a series of guys coming off of a bus in me shouting next. Is that where you were issued by your Abbad you should host why should host on that? Good. I always loved all of the the bios when they walked off the bus and it was always the most useless information because that's what dating is. It's like Jeff loves pizza once kill the sheep on the side of the road. Can sing the alphabet backwards, but only up to w. It's also ridiculous that like dating shows set up this this idea that like you win, you win the date. You go on a date, you win a date. I think my favorite dating show is baggage. Do you know? It ain't don't. I think it was only on the game show network, and I used to watch it all the time. It's hosted by Jerry Springer obviously. So the concept of baggage is that there's one contestant and then three possible suitors, and they each have a bag and they open it, and it is an item of quote, unquote baggage. It's like some dirty secret from their past, but they are like progressively more serious. So it'll start being like I bite my fingernails every day. And then the last one is always like I gave birth in the back of like a taxi cab. Murdered the taxicab drivers. It's always in it. Yeah. I mean, I love it. And then basically they pick a person and then they reveal the like worst of it and then it's like, can you live with this? I would say next room raiders Teela tequila. Whatever that show is like that one actually was probably the first time I like saw a by representation television. But it's taught me about love Tila tequila Representative of the by community and the flat earth truth. A trailblazer on so many accounts. Next date is like ordering from the Sears catalog, and then it's like, great. Now I have to live with this dumb sweater that I thought looked good on me in nineteen ninety eight for the rest. My God.

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"teela" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"teela" Discussed on About to Review

"Arrive to sit i know that i know i know what i want so then i can afford to get lost nice you know and i can i can afford to allow the actors to explore onto to to get lost in into to be foolish to you know to to go for whatever it is written the script but maybe to debbie a little bit and then see what happens and then come back and i'm not really sure with what i will end up really building the scene but i'm trying to capture like as much material as i can so i can later on find the the the final shape of the scene in the editing room but don't get me wrong i mean this requires an a a great amount of writing absolutely no so in order to to you have to you can be lost within a very precise limits but then but then out of that friction sometimes beautiful really beautiful sparkle's merch high now with matthew herbert the amazing score and you'd work together of course with a fantastic woman as well was he the first person that you thought of win you were doing this won't because the music in this play such a critical role both with the choral work you know that we hear in the synagogue yeah and also just the underlying score itself so talk about the process between you and matthew herbert that you have created well i'd been a fun of matthew's works since i was a teenager in teela and i was like a really following his electronic museums right inside and big fan and then for a fantastic woman we had such a great mutual understanding and i think what he did for that was so important for the field i'm beautiful that i didn't even think twice i mean it was we.

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"teela" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"teela" Discussed on Risky Business

"Fair enough we've been speaking about the one point three standard that has now been approved by the f any word on whether or not there's going to be that option to disable aspect that would have played badly with taylor interception gear on lens it does sound like that actually kind of laughed out of the standard by the people who the no i didn't see anything that said that any of that was successful oversee we're still a while away from seeing teela's one point three in mainstream vacations other than probably kind of chrome and folks actual system wide open issa selam marks from tation probably a while away for seeing that but yeah it's gonna move on does introduce a bunch of stuff that has improved over the rather sorry state of altius bleeping computer has a report here which i haven't seen anywhere else actually pointed out this pointed to this crime extension which basically just techs unika characters url's and then blocks the side which is a really simple and good idea and gets us around those unika fishing denies you gotta wonder why google is not offering this as a tick the box option for english speaking regions or english speaking customers who aren't going to regular character set domains because this is just going to stop all sorts of silly stuff from happening yeah whether we say it in in my lung cromwell autumn i'm not quite sure what it is certainly a very useful thing to have the code base is real simple it's a pretty straightforward plug it doesn't look too many problems in it and you know i would probably just the people that are used because audion demise spoofing is useful trick soupy useful just really honestly like if you want if you heard about this puny card stuff like just yeah google just put that in crime.

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"teela" Discussed on AppStories

AppStories

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"teela" Discussed on AppStories

"Yeah i mean i think for us it's a lot easier because we are just a small company teela systems is just myself and my wife saskia redone of any other employees who are relying on us to pay their way to his leg i assumed panic can i companies like this are are baker companies so i can do things that might not 100 percent make financial sense sometimes with a worrying that i am putting people's mortgages at risk he had it with the app store i mean it the upgrade pricing is something united developers constantly toka bag and i think that would be a good thing i don't wanna go dine the subscription rate as you said it doesn't really seem to fit for most developers and also the thing with subscriptions is it's a bit like websites that people are happy to i'm going to support mike may be in know one two three websites that i really like and will subscribe ign of cosa m at club mike story subscribe of myself thinking but you know once it's like every website is asking lat then it becomes harder because the the amount of money is that people want to spend is going to be the same and i think the same is true for apps you know if you have a handful of apps that you you're happy to support the efforts that way that's fine but if you have one hundred apps on your face.

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