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"ten grams" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

07:50 min | 5 months ago

"ten grams" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Amount of carbohydrate. Yeah absolutely and and when he start implementing that saw you definitely feel better now what what types of salt should people be looking for like. What are the best types that are out there. There's himalayan sawed there's gray salts. Celtic redmond's real salts. Another good brand. What are some of the benefits of each of those. Which those do you really prefer. So how i linked to look at. It is salt to glean. We'll have to minerals. Besides sodium and chloride in in fairly clinically significant amounts either iodine or magnesium. So the salts that will help support dine would be the pink himalayans including rudman need more magnesium. You have to go and reach for the icelandic salts or australian flat salts. They typically have ten times at least ten times more magnesium some of them can actually have up to one hundred eighty milligrams of magnesium per ten grams of salt so that would be like the celtic and he said like australia gray. Salt or australia. Land salt yes. Oh celtics salt actually does have a decent amount of magnesium that's typically around forty milligrams of magnesium grams of salt. The higher of magnesium would be the icelandic. A loss landecker icelandic out. One of them is called sulphur. And then a lot of the. The australian flat salts that have basically dried up from the oceans have very high amounts of magnesium and then how about redmond's real salt. I i've heard you say that you really like that salt as well right. That one has about one hundred and seventy micrograms of iodine. Ten grams of salt. And we we need about one hundred and fifty and so i do like that especially with exercise because you lose not just salt in sweat you actually lose about fifty micrograms of iodine car. Our metrics is through swat. So it's a it's a good salt to actually sign frahm. Yeah and iodine is one of those things. A lot of people are deficient is correct yet. So they're still at at least forty. Eight countries that are considered iodine insufficient. Yeah on but there's that there's that narrow range with iodine for for a lot of people where you want to sort of keep it between the one fifty and three hundred micrograms per day march in a few circling over that sometimes you can cause diarrhea issues. Especially if you're not optimizing your selenium intake so from start doing a lot of iodine. Your selenium is really low. You can start messing with functional. Yeah for sure and so. Are there any issues with with just typical table. Salt iodized salt That's out there. More of the issue is not getting salt. So if you don't have a choice or if you look in your cupboard you don't have like these. Unrefined salts of course looking in chloride is the primary benefit of salt. Of course would it be better to get something that's undefined. That doesn't have dextrose. That's not treated with a lot of harsh chemicals. Or even sometimes he explosives to get some of those salts out of the mines so if you can get unrefined salts great if not it's still more important to support yourself intake throughout the day gap so your typical table salts better than no-salt but if you have the preference you're looking at some sort of unrefined salts some sort really high quality sought more magnesium. You're looking at icelandic salt. Or those australian mentioned if you have a greater need for iodine you're looking at more of your himalayan see-saw or your redmond's real salt exactly cool all right so good. No as far as that goes now your most recent book. Here's the mineral fix. So let's talk about key minerals obviously already talking about salt magnesium a little bit. What are some signs. That people are deficient in minerals. In the end what the prevalence of this will if we if we look at magnesium because everybody likes to talk about the the easiest one of the best data on about fifty percent of americans aren't consuming the rda magnesium which is about four hundred milligrams per day for an adult. Most people need about an extra hundred and sixty milligrams just to get to the rda which is close to optimal but really not optimal intake of magnesium seemed to be more around six to seven hundred milligrams per day though most people are actually about three hundred milligrams to four hundred milligrams non optimized. They need that much more to get to an optimal level so high problems magnesium deficiency. And now you might say well. That's just from intake data if you actually look at Iv magnesium load tests on certain individuals if people have been anti diabetic for six months or longer eighty percent of those people are magnesium deficient fifty percent of people with high blood pressure or heart disease. At any given time we'll be magnesium deficient piece on iv magnesium low tasks which is the gold standard basically give someone iv load of magnesium and. Then you see how much comes out in the urine over twenty four hours at the bodies onto a lot of it. You know you're deficient. It's like the best way to museum deficiency now of course that's an invasive procedure so the one blood tests that has actually been shown to match ivy magnesium load is something called mono nuclear blood cell magnesium so you can try to order act or if you can't simply looking at a blood test and if you're sitting on the lower end of normal that's highly indicative that you're actually deficient because the body tries to maintain a normal level so by the time if you actually haven't significantly low level of magnesium. You've been deficient for a long time. But if you're writing on the lower end of normal that's that's actually indicative that some your organs are actually deficient in magnesium right exactly and so i can't remember exactly the measurements but your typical blood test. You're looking at your. Rbc magnesium in. It's like if it's under to camera exactly the measurement there but if senator to than you're deficient which is very rare that i see somebody actually flagged deficient on the lab right but you're saying basically if you're you're bordering matt two point zero two point one or something like that that. You're already deficient. And i know that that tests really. Is you know that that lab in general though those ranges are really wide. So it's ever been something that in functional medicine that we really don't use that our bc magnesium as a as an indicator. We're looking more at symptoms but it makes sense with what you're saying that if you're trending starting to trend low than That's a sign that you're already deficient right. So basically if you're looking at like a blood test not not in our Actually just looking. At sierra sierra typically normal is considered even down to one point seven. You're still normal. Won't be flagged to freya but we put out a review paper indicating that if you're less than two milligrams per deciliter that's highly indicative own in deficiency so you can see that you have a reference range of. Let's say one point seven two two point tubing normal but less than two likely actually deficient okay. So if you're in that's a that's a very easy test to run I think it's just part of your your Comprehensive metabolic panel right so most of our listeners. If you're getting like yearly blood work done most people are getting clean. Blood count comprehensive metabolic panel. Should be in there. You're looking at serum magnesium and You know if it's under two point zero milligram per deciliter. That's the measurement end. That's clearly assign that. You're magnesium deficient but there are other symptoms. Do that people can look out for as well right absolutely and we gotta be careful though too because a lot of people have what's called subclinical mineral deficiencies. Were it's not. you don't even have cintos. But you're deficient on. A lot of people will have symptoms to a typically muscle. Cramps eyelid spasms headache. Spo phobia so if you're if you are intolerant to light that's pretty indicative.

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"ten grams" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

08:08 min | 8 months ago

"ten grams" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"I'm talking about the site i just wanted to take a moment and tell you guys about paleo valley and they're apple cider vinegar complex. This is a phenomenal product. Help improve your digestion. Your blood sugar. Stability and your energy levels. Most people are dealing with blood sugar imbalances and that can lead to have a crash in the afternoon where you need a now. It can also lead to unwanted waking to inflammation affecting your joints your skin and for parts of your body. Well you know what apple cider vinegar is one of the best things for helping improve your blood sugar stability simply taking with meals and it helps reduce the impact of the food that you're consuming and that's going to help your body to burn fat for fuel. It's going to reduce overall levels of insulin and insulin is your pro inflammatory fat storage hormone insulin. Under control you know what. I love about the apple cider. 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So if you want to check out the apple cider vinegar complex go to paleo valley dot com and use the coupon code jock irs to save fifteen percent off today and so best ways to use broth. Obviously you can drink it as a standalone drink. It's fantastic very good to do during a fast. A lot of people find that they. It's easier for them with fast. Because they're getting a lot of these minerals he's free form acids. It's certainly you know giving up some calories but not excessive about calories but still very very low calorie and as still considered a spouse because it is low cower and so you can do it the the drinking facts. I help people digestive issues school with severe digestive issues. Authorize reducing bone broth fasting. 'cause we want more of these free form you know acids style with liberty toxication kweisi croly in hydroxy pro leaned out support gut lining so it could be fantastic significant digestive problems doing a three to five day bone broth fast bone broth only to be really really powerful reset. Your gut lining rebuild itself. Every three to five days we provide property treatments in a former bone broth. Give it rest from the constant foodstuffs going through that could be a powerful way to support your gut lining so you can use it there. You can obviously have soups stews. Which are great for shooting a winner. Tides grazing be doing a weekly basis. You can use it in gravy mixed with coconut flowers. Grasp it under some salts herbs and he got fantastic. Grady you can put it overseeing vegetables. Which is actually a really good taste grades. You can do that you can. Also you know there are bone broth protein powders at college proteins. That you can actually put in. Slough these jake's so not quite the same as getting your own broth but still You're gonna get the right of acid. Makeup could be a lot easier for certain individuals. Now making your own bobrov right. Here is a great recipe. Boil up a chicken salaries onions garlic parsley see-saw apple cider vinegar out gay. Couldn't crock our cook. Low key for hours. The best boss will tell you. They are typically slow cooked for twenty four hours. Okay and you'll notice that the me will actually fall away from a balance the bones become really soft oftentimes many especially smaller disintegrate so all minerals make up. The bones are easily for your body to soar because they're more liquid forum it they dissolve in liquid so it's just incredibly mineral rich. Drank in a longer that you rose in a sense along a boil. This bra wore these minerals and a more easy to assimilate nutrients come out of it and so can really powerful where she can store it in a freezer new frost it for later usage and so typically. You're going to. You're going to go ahead and odd strain out the vegetables. Narrative broth. Unless you're doing a subaru stu you would strain things out now for. Most people are not going to be making the sort of ross on a daily basis. And that's why i recommend is brand heroin fire. I've seen a lot of different ball. Broth brands out there. What i love about cadillac fire. Is that the quality is exceptional number. One it's one hundred percent organic. This is important because you know. If you're getting non-organic owens basically general mammals. We're going to animals. General going to score toxins in bone tissue k. and so particularly heavy metals like latte. And so it's very important. I recommend getting one hundred percent organic. That's been tested Organic animals were present organic growth. And especially you know the beef broth chicken broccoli. Pasture raised beef. Broth should be one hundred percent grass fed. The animals are sustainably raised. The reason very healthy matter and you got a better Density lest hawks when the animals are hundred percent. Rest ad cal Is that they do this. Slow simmered for twenty four hour processor. Get all the minerals college grads out. There is ten grams of collagen. Easy to send late. Collagen protein with each survey of the camera. Vire boomberg broth and that colleges so good. If you're scan your hair your nails ace fantastic. I've got two. Little boys are three result. That are quite picky eaters as most railroads har- they love this raw and so they love it of sure he'll you'll find it quite tasty as well so really huge fan kennel and fire fantastic brands use. This makes your life so much easier to rather than trying to make it all on your own now. Still a huge advocate of making your own own bras right is fantastic for your body A great practice. But i just realized most people are too busy. It's messy and it takes time to do. Most people are too busy or not able to handle making it consistently so that's rare caroline fire And a great product of need to get to utilize Kelly fired so again. I don't think you're gonna go wrong with this so definitely. Check him out. A bunch of different different varieties mushroom chicken beef chicken constantly coming out with new products as well that you can check out all kinds of special deals and whatnot like most companies. Do you can also find out you can order online as for you get the best yields. Typically she also find Health food stores and places like whole foods so you don't necessarily have to buy online I bought them at whole foods. Before when i brought out so.

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On the Job with Victoria Asikis, Food Lawyer

Ali on the Run Show

08:52 min | 9 months ago

On the Job with Victoria Asikis, Food Lawyer

"Victoria. Thank you so much for being here and welcome to the alley on the run. Show awesome alley big you so much for having me. I am so excited to be here. I listened to your guts every morning. So it's such a dream come true for me. Thank you well. I'm excited because who knew your job existed. I didn't so. I have a lot to learn today and i have to laugh when you i mean i had to have you on during this season because when you posted about your work in the alley on their own show facebook group. Everyone flipped out like. Did you feel that reaction post got so many lakes people were like. What is this job. So we've got a lot of questions tasks today awesome. No i totally. And i wasn't expecting although it is actually think repeal early tol there's this pause it kind of look at me like seriously you we'll hear about it. We start every episode with what we call the warm up here on the show. You know it well. Can you please tell everyone listening. Who you are where you live and what this cool job is that you have absolutely so. My name is victoria. See geese. I was warning raised in toronto ontario canada. So many big city girl. Right over here. I always have it in always will be right now. I live in ottawa ontario. Canada are lovely beautiful finalists nation's capital just about two years ago. I moved here. So i've been living here since the spring of two thousand and nineteen non small town but definitely not as huge overbearing as toronto. So i kind of went to paul it a midsize city not too big not too saul. Guess right. I am proud alumnus of university of toronto where i received my honors bachelor of arts degree in english history and filming two thousand eleven and also proud alumnus of the university of windsor in windsor ontario. Where i received my juris doctor law degree out winds rely and i am aware i was called to the ontario bar in two thousand sixteen. And i've been working as a lawyer ever since right now. I am proudly working in the advertising and products regulatory group at dowling wwl g. canada l. key a large multinational law firm. We have offices really all across the world. And i am currently working out of the office here in ottawa ontario canada. I started here almost two years ago with the fabulous team in ottawa My focus is primarily on regulatory compliance for food and beverage products working with really large worldwide food and beverage companies on which. I'm sure we'll absolutely dive into at my work. Also touches on regulatory compliance were a lot of other consumer products that includes cosmetics so like now premium shampoo conditioner Not health products and other general consumer products which to range from textiles clothing costume veterans bang jewelry electronics toys. Meg devices toothbrushes everything. Honestly you name it and it's probably probably regulated and there are probably rules around its marketing and advertising saying and my group where the people that do that kind of stuff and gas there are in fact warriors their lives to doing this myself included. It's so interesting because when you first post it and you said. I'm a food lawyer in my mind. I'm like okay. She goes to court in defense of like broccoli and bucatini goes like defense these foods. I don't know what against but that's the cartoon image. I had in my mind which i realize is not correct. Don't worry you break down a little bit more. I know you just kind of explained top level but give us a scenario of an example of what you're doing who are you defending. Who are your clients. And who are you kind of. I always imagined layers are fighting which i know is all of them. But who are you fighting for. And who are you fighting against louis. So it's actually really interesting. You should say that my job is not a job on. And i actually. I listened to the first on the job series episode. This season. I know you will. You will be talking to somebody. Who i think is really like a trial attorney. Kind of like getting really into the weeds there. We don't go to court. At least we hope never talk award for it Really for us it's side. It's a matter of ensuring regulatory compliance for all of these companies. And they're so. Let me give you an example. A client who is like a big. Let's say like snack. Company will send us a proposed labelled. Let's say it's a label for. They want to release like a brand new chocolate chip cookie on the market. They'll send us a label and they'll say this is our label maka. Let us know what it is that the authority problems with It like what we need to do in order to be playing that sort of thing so essentially the the. What's your walking in the grocery store you pass by a a basic. Is you picked up the box. You look at the label at some point in time in all likelihood somebody whether it's regulatory lawyer or a regulatory compliance works in regulatory compliance has read out late all and either told a food and beverage company that they have to change it or die. There's a certain risk with making a certain statement on a label. Anything and everything that is on that particular food label probably has a roll around it especially here in canada. Things are quite highly regulated. A so firewall wall. Send us a copy of a label. We need to review it for compliance. And i mean we nice. Every single thing about these product labels down to like interest tax table down to be ingredient. This what are the ingredients. Are you allowed to have these ingredients in the product. And if there's a particular ingredient that has that's not allowed to be in a product up to a certain level. Are they excessive this level. Where are they putting their nets. T. statement so those of insect ninety liters or ten grams or one and a half ounce how does it look on the label of the way that it looks on a food. Label has eroded Why where is there. Ingredients statement whereas the nutrition All of these matters. And that is literally what i do. I will get us label for a grand products. And i will have to date and pick it apart and what's hostage is grocery shopping fun for you. Are you like. I'm at work now hilarious. I love loud grocery shopping. I mean i. I could spend hours hours out of Link so an. And i mean like everywhere my my husband and i went to italy. Who read before. I started working at outline so this would have been in two thousand nineteen. He wanted to go to like about that again and he wanted to go to like museums and i just bar square walking around understanding like international food labels like before i started this job like what are what are they intricacies of these food labels and how big difference when i started especially when i started working on my husband we hated rivers resolving with because i would i would just spend hours in the grocery store just like labels and looking at new products and it's interesting though because it kind of ends up being pretty good opportunity to kind of understand where different companies are going in terms of food so you know what are the new and emerging products. That are coming out dr getting a lot of traction on and we talked to a lot of guests on i think. Is it star. Starlight us tonight issue now. She's amazing. I love all representatives and that a lot of people ask questions on about like. Oh what does it mean what is cheeto mean or what is like up spam based food or you know what is all of this stuff about like oatmeal oatmeal mill. What almond milk and all this other kind of milk all that stuff. I like to kind of keep my eye on those kinds of products because the claims that they're making for products like by In canada especially are are all regulated. And we have to make sure that that these that were kind of in tune to these new emerging product so that we can sort of adviser daily in is.

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Moxie on Mars: The Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

03:23 min | 9 months ago

Moxie on Mars: The Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment

"For the very first time is going to try to use something outside of earth as a resource. I briefly mentioned this instrument last week. Know when i was talking about the perseverance. Mars rover and it contains the the rover contains a new instrument that potentially could be one of the most profound events of the mission. And it's called. Moxie as steve keeps like he just loves the word right. Don't you steve. Sure it'd be a really cute and for girlfriend you know. It's a really cool word. So if successful this mission will prove to be the beginning of being able to send astronauts home from mars and also impart. Keep them alive now. I'm being vague deliberately. Because i'm filling your brain with secondary information. And then you'll see what i do so at the size of a car battery. This gold colored prototype requires how much energy guys three one. third of. The rovers energy one third of perseverance. Gigawatts is coming is going to this part now. Like i said this is not part of the rovers primary mission and when it performs its function. It's gonna run at eight hundred degrees celsius or one thousand. Four hundred seventy two degrees fahrenheit guys this touch it so incredibly hot that the engineers had to use the best insulating material known to man to protect perseverance from it. Boxy stands for mars. Oxygen institute resource utilization experiment. So it function. Its function is actually similar to that of a tree in that it will intake carbon dioxide which there's plenty of because the mars atmosphere is literally co two. That is the atmosphere of mars so after its processes done. It'll output pure oxygen into the martian atmosphere and this is not for terror forming purposes call. Oh my god bob. How would that be if we started. Tear forming mars in the next thirty years like just try to change the atmosphere of mars. Send up a billion moxie happen jay. Carbon go out. I'm going to tell you everything. Steve but in my own way in my way okay. So on future missions the oxygen would be used for what for fuel and breathing fuel breathing. Oxygen is perfect for so clearly future astronauts will be depending on the future versions of moxie. So like i said. The martian atmosphere is one hundred times less dense than earth You know that doesn't mean that there isn't a huge abundance of co two because that's what it is all the all the air that's there is is co two and nasa plans on turning moxie on about twelve times during the next two earth years and that should do it that should be enough for engineers to be able to suss it all out. So what they're predicting is that. It will produce between six and ten grams of oxygen per hour and that is enough oxygen to keep a small mammal like a skunk or fox or twenty two lowland streaked kendricks look really cute. But this look them up. They're cute as hell. Twenty two just going by body weight if we're testing it now to see if it successfully functions on mars why couldn't they just test it on earth. Well the fact is we did but you have to keep in mind. That mars is dusty. It's very cold minus sixty two celsius minus eighty one fahrenheit. There's there's no predicting the ways that this thing can fail like any other device. So that's why we we want to bring it to mars and test it

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"ten grams" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

03:01 min | 10 months ago

"ten grams" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"Like the sickest country in the world although we spend the most money on everything. So what do you do about it indirectly. The glyphosate causes inflammation causes information. Because the mitochondria are and their task. So we have all these things going on Plus inflammation and whatever we talked about we had two or three podcast with inflammation in. How inflammation is the basis of most chronic diseases so trying eliminate phosphate easy to say hard to do actress enough. Says you'll see a media changes in your health if you can do that. She recommends eating more. Sulfur containing foods such as organic eggs and seafood organic grass-fed milking butter. Animal fats probiotics. Like sauerkraut and apple cider. Vinegar and hydrogen water and pushed his life. Estate out of your body. To mitigate it's toxic affects she recommends glycemic. You can buy glassy over the counter and take between five and ten grams of day. You know it actually is. It actually is sweetener. And that's how. I use it in my coffee. This glycemic.

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Nutrition for Gravel Cycling with Kristen Arnold

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

Nutrition for Gravel Cycling with Kristen Arnold

"This week on podcast. We've got sports nutritionists and professional cyclists. Kristen arnold kirsten has a masters degree in science and human nutrition from ohio. State university is a usa level to cycling coach with source endurance. End racist professionally with the butcher box racing team. I've always got a million questions about nutrition and it certainly a topic. That's coming up in the new ridership for them. Kirsten helps us break down. What to think about eating the week before an event during an event and after an event i thought it'd be useful to think about it in that context just because a lot of us these big events. One hundred miler. That's a big unusual ride for us. We're not doing that every month in are cycling career. We're just kind of peaking for something. That is really extreme in terms of what our body is used to. So it's important to kind of think about that not only in your physical preparation but also nutrition and hydration. Christine does a great job of breaking down the things you should be thinking about before the event during the event to give yourself the best chance for success. She's got some fantastic takeaways for us. All and a few little tricks that i hadn't thought about so. I hope you enjoyed this episode. Let's jump right in kristen. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me craig. I'm excited to get into the topic of nutrition with you. But i always like to set the stage for the listener to get a little bit more of an understanding about your background. Since you've got a background both professionally. Nutritionist but also as a professional cyclist once you give us a little bit of both okay So i kind of make my living in three different ways right now and I went to school for nutrition. So i have an undergraduate degree and dietetic and then got my registered dietitian or credential Ended up getting my masters of science and human nutrition then became a certified specialist sports dietetic. So i was in school for eight years Nutrition and So open my private practice. Sports died headaches. Company in twenty fourteen and then started coaching Cycling in sixteen hour with source endurance. And i've been reading on the professional road circuit and twenty sixteen and now rethink for butcher. Box pro cycling. Wow that keeps you busy. Yeah we've had a couple episodes recently where we've touched on things that i would fall in the realm of nutrition and i was excited when we connected just to bring you on board and talk from the athlete's perspective about how my listeners might improve their overall nutrition nutrition and such because such a massive field and something that everybody needs to spend time thinking about and integrating into their lives. I thought we would just think about it from the perspective of an athlete. Who may be only doing a handful of events a year so not a professional cyclist by any means but someone who's peaking for an event that may be way out of the ordinary for them so think about like a two hundred mile gravel race an sp t gravel or amid south gravel event. So let's try to break down the conversation by starting. You know if you have one of those big peaks senior year. How should you be approaching it. Nutritionally in the week leading up. And then how should you be approaching your nutrition during the event. Okay all right so we're gonna talk about the week before and the day of a big event There is some research to show that what people call carb loading is effective. And what this means is that you are eating High proportion of your calories up to seven to ten grams per kilogram body weight of carbohydrates per day. and what's that doing. it is super saturating or glycogen stores so for endurance athletes especially cyclists with these long gravel event Even though a lot of the time you'll be below threshold the majority of the type of effort. You're going to be doing it. Relies on glycogen and so the main goal with Going into the event to make sure that those lijun thursday or as full as possible if not fuller than they normally are And then that also goes for hydration so ulta making sure that we have adequate hydration stores and meeting knows with fluid and electrolyte so short version of that is to Continuously e carbohydrate rich foods throughout the day for up to a week before the event and then also making sure to hydrate well with electrolytes every day consistently throughout the day.

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Galaxy Unpacked News

Android Central Podcast

06:13 min | 1 year ago

Galaxy Unpacked News

"Today there was no surprise in what was announced because everything leaked. In the days and weeks before the event, in fact, last night. Evan. Blasts. Just does leaked every single. hooped it out. It was there on his feed if you wanted to learn about what was going to happen. In on August, fifth, you could go to his feet nonetheless, there was a lot to talk about. So we'll start with the galaxy note twenty. There are two phones, they are not that different incised this year, but they are very different feature sets. There is three hundred dollars between them. Along with a lot of differences in. The way that they're built, they're designed their cameras, their battery, their storage, basically everything else about them, but they look fairly similar. And we'll start there. So Andrew, you've got a chance to play with these two phones at aforementioned hands on session. What's your quick take on them? So, yet, it's a different strategy than the no ten as you as you say there that the the note we kind of that, the note twenty was going to be the small one and it's not These phones are within a couple millimeters of each other in terms of height and width, and only about ten grams apart on weight. So they're both. Big phones third of a roughly galaxy s twenty plus size. They're actually both a little smaller than s twenty ultra. Fantastic. But the you just immediately noticed that the ultra is the high end high high end one, and there's something a little off about the twenty They don't even use the same design, which is kind of weird. The this kind of flat boxy. Style with the you know really tight corners on the note, twenty old Tra is classic note, and then you look at the regular twenty in, it's kind of more rounded. The bengals are a little bigger at as a flat screen. The the radius of the corners on the display is different for some reason, it just doesn't really look like the same phone and then you flip it over in the back. Is this Matt. Plastic finish rather than glass and And it's just so weird when you see them side by side now, I'm not sure how normal people will perceive these when they look at them in person may be one on one rather than together. But when you look at them together, it just feels like this is one actual note, and then another like galaxy s something or another that they decided to put a stylus in, and then you look at the internals and that kind of the story continues there. Yeah I mean, there's something to be said about pudding, the snapdragon eight, sixty five plus in the main line, no twenty. But also you know festoon it with a plastic back or as they call it classic because they want to bring black. Did. Glass whole of some sort but I don't know what's what's what's your take on that? There really is so severely separating these two phones for the first time in functionality. But putting of, but putting obviously, what is a very expensive component in the snapdragon eight, sixty, five plus front and center? Yeah. I assume that the eight sixty five pluses there. From just a standardization standpoint because they're releasing at the same time. So they might as well have the same chipset with the same radio. You know, obviously, they both have the same five G. capabilities, but it doesn't make a whole lot of sense because you don't need the eight, sixty, five there when it's a ten ADP display at sixty hertz when Samsung when? You know one twenty Hertz across the board on everything else and talked up this huge game about how one twenty Hertz is. You know all amazing on the no twenty ultra and it's on the tablet seven reduces your aspen latency. They went sixty hertz on the display and they only put eight gigs of Ram in it so. The the higher end chip set on its own doesn't make a lot of sense, and that's not really ever going to be the bottleneck and what you're doing. Anyway. So I, kind of just write that off. But would you add up all those little things? It seems. Unnecessary to harp on it so much. But you got to remember that these by Samsung Zone emission are for the the fans who are really ended this kind of SPEC, nerd stuff getting the best of the best, and then you deliver this note that we're talking about this with the League's feels more like a note, twenty light. But of course, it's priced the same as in as twenty. Yeah. That sounds very strange. Mean hot. So you remember going hands on with the note, no ten light at CS earlier this year, and that phone was positioned as the you know giving everybody the note experience for. Six hundred dollars. But if you dug into the specs, it was actually. Less interesting than the s ten light that eventually went on sale in North America. So what's your take on that the the? Delta. Between these two phones and kind of the price difference being only three hundred dollars even though there is such a major SPEC difference. I mean I think the fact that they both have the same processor definitely helps kind of close that gap a bit. But a again, you know sixty hertz and and the plastic backing, it's. It's really strange because the s twenty series starts at the same thousand bucks. You're getting all the Nice things that the new twenty alter has i. think the thing that. Sort of justifies the regular note twenty away maybe not quite is that it's not a downgrade in any sort of way from the note, Ten Asya losing the the glass back You know I've seen a lot of people lately saying that they prefer plastic bags because they're. You know they're not as fragile and whatever else. But I. I, definitely would prefer the glass personally. But you know like you're not losing sixty. Hertz. Urges, are you not losing one twenty hurts because the note ten had sixty to begin with?

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Zero or More?

Trivia With Budds

02:52 min | 1 year ago

Zero or More?

"All right right here. We go with the questions for zero or more Trivia again. If you're playing along at home you just have to write the word zero or more if you think it's more than zero. Here's question number one countries. They start with the letter W as wrapped as sovereign states by the United Nations. Is that zero or more question. Number one countries that start with the letter W is rep by sovereign sovereign states of the United Nations number. One number two bruce springsteen songs that hit number one one on the billboard charts is that zero or more question number two bruce springsteen songs that hit number one on the billboard charts question number three. US state capitals beginning with the letter. F US state capitals beginning with the letter graph question number four words spoken by Dumbo in Disney's dumbo number. Four words spoken by Dumbo in Disney's Dumbo from nineteen forty. One number four question number five shows and tragedies with surviving title characters Shakespearian tragedies with surviving title characters number five on your list number five question number. Six number of super bowls played by the Cincinnati bengals number of Super Bulls played by the Cincinnati. Bengals question number seven number of birth breath children by actress. Betty white number of children birthed by actress. Betty white number seven question number eight number of calories in a one half cup of a ruge lot that would be ten grams number. Eight number of calories and a Half Cup for ten grams of a rubella number nine for the sports fans number of NBA Championships for NBA. A player John Stockton number of NBA Championships for John. Stockton number ten and number eleven. What is the name of the no number ten? Sorry number ten number of Oscar nominations for reservoir dogs number ten number number of Oscar nominees for reservoir dogs. Was that zero or more number ten and your bonus question for two points. What's the name of the number that is one hundred Zeros after it number eleven? There's a zero related question two points. What is the name of the number? That's one with one hundred. Zeros rose after it

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Aid withheld 91 minutes after Trump call with Ukraine president

First Light

12:43 min | 2 years ago

Aid withheld 91 minutes after Trump call with Ukraine president

"Democrats a newly obtained White House emails provide more insight into president trump's dealings with Ukraine the White House communications show the order to withhold military aid came minutes after president trump and the Ukrainian president hung up the phone in July ABC Serena Marshall reports from Washington just in ninety one minutes after the now infamous phone call between president trump and Ukraine's president Michael Duffy a senior official with the office of management and budget email the Pentagon to please hold off on that funding to Ukraine requesting they keep it quiet Duffy is one of the four witnesses to Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer has said he wants to hear from during the Senate trial the one hundred and forty six pages of heavily redacted emails were obtained by the center for public integrity following a federal judge's ruling a US service members serving in Afghanistan has been killed in action the Taliban claimed responsibility saying US and Afghan forces were ambushed the US military reports that a US service member was killed in Afghanistan on Monday but no details are available about the circumstances of the service member's death twenty Americans have been killed in combat in Afghanistan this year making two thousand nineteen the deadliest year for U. S. troops in that country since two thousand and fourteen president trump is considering reducing the number of American troops in Afghanistan from thirteen thousand to eight thousand six hundred though no decision has been made we Martinez ABC news Washington our our Chinese president she's in pain welcome south Korean president merging into Beijing today for meetings on the freeway summer with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave SO three Asian powers are expected to discuss regional tensions running trade security in North Korea and new satellite image of a factory where North Korea makes military equipment used to launch a long range missile shows the construction of a new structure and just reported this hour Saudi state TV says the kingdom is handed down five death sentences and the death of columnist this is ABC news from Kelly Blair with the top local stores from from the the the como como como twenty twenty twenty four four four seven seven seven news news news center center center of of of rail rail rail service service service between between between Seattle Seattle Seattle and and and Portland Portland Portland won't won't won't be be be resuming resuming until until today today it it was was shut shut down down on on Friday Friday after after much much like like cover cover the the tracks tracks south south of Tacoma contract plan to resume service by Sunday afternoon but that was changed to Monday the land side left mud that was fifty feet wide and three to four feet deep on the track the crash that left one person dead shut down I five for several hours and troopers believe racing on the freeway led up to that crash the state patrol says around two thirty Sunday morning a car crashed on northbound five a two thirty six and not like terrorism went up in flames investigators say twenty eight year old Randy better ten was speeding when he side swiped another car and slammed into a concrete bridge he said he died in the crash and wasn't wearing a seatbelt and a fun it's been set up for fall in Pierce county deputy Cooper Dyson who died in a car accident on his way to help fellow deputies Friday night donations can be made online using a credit card or PayPal ATP crime stoppers dot com here's your triple a traffic at the Smith in the como traffic center we have some road work going on overnight overnight on on highway highway ninety ninety nine nine this this is is in in both both directions directions between between away away notice notice street street and and one one forty forty fifteen fifteen expect expect to to see see up up to to two two lanes lanes in in each each direction direction closed closed through through that that stretch stretch meanwhile meanwhile working working us us weather weather closures closures West West Valley Valley high high we we still still closed closed in in Pacific Pacific between between third third and and alleys alleys and and and and also also in in the the highways highways and and closed closed between between older older cut cut off off road road and and one one six six one eight due to a landslide haven't Smith couple twenty four seven traffic primarily cloudy skies expected across western Washington overnight into your Monday early this morning Los tumble to the upper thirties and low forties highs on Monday range in the low to mid forties certainly keep the jacket with use you're asking about in the lowland rain is expected to be one still dealing with potentially with a little bit about extra features of winter white probably over the past a county the couple at the center for the first time in seven tries the Seahawks lost to the Arizona Cardinals in Seattle failing twenty seven to thirteen shop now let it for but can still win the NFC west tied up next week if the forty Niners that came flexed his Sunday night for the division championship customers basketball the dam and classical repair St eighty five to sixty four G. McDaniels twenty two quite a green twenty one ideas two or nineteen points ten boards sport to ten ten forty forty past past the the hour hour on on the the home home of of the the Huskies Huskies I'm I'm Dave Dave Lewis Lewis come come on on news news there's there's news news we're we're on on a a breaking breaking news news we we have have a a massive massive response response from from Seattle Seattle fire fire department department corner this contrasts with the stay connected stay informed with the north west on the all news station this is common news summation is power everything you need to know before you get to work the call more morning news with Greg Hirsch old and manufacture on komo news one thousand seven ninety seven seven Cologne news dot com trading the more give you mornings a remix for the delicious new beyond sausage sandwich from Dunkin it's a tasty beyond meat sausage Patty with Agassi's all on an English muffin that's ten grams of great tasting plant based protein grades wait it's plant based yeah it's web based and it tastes great yeah Dr beyond sausage sandwich it's a whole new way to start the day America runs on Dunkin the smallest moments can have the biggest impact on a child's life Jack's son come home with me visit the secret panda Delage sleep like a pampered eat like up and I knew I was meeting up to my potential it's not always easy being a dad but it's always worth it let me the job take time to be a dad today thanks dad call eight seven seven four dead for one one for his father who died to learn more brought to you by the US department of health and Human Services and the ad council is first light on komo news which is Monday morning but if you don't tell tell anybody anybody I I I won't won't won't either either either so so so good good good day day day generic generic generic morning morning morning to to to you you you Michael Michael Michael for for for scandal scandal scandal here here here with with with first first first life life life from from from Westwood Westwood Westwood One One One news news news in in in Washington Washington Washington Christmas Christmas Christmas is is is almost almost almost here here here so so so I I I guess guess we we have have to start checking to see who's naughty or nice we're not sure just yet which north Korea's Kim Jong hoon is going to be naughty or nice so we'll be focusing on what he's coming up coming right up it will take you back to Washington where the impeachment drama is entering yet another phase this morning the forecast for making dolls happy kids maybe not so much in sports the NFL playoff picture is coming into focus and if you saw Saturday Night Live over the weekend you know Eddie Murphy was back to host after thirty five years and we'll find out when and all of that is a lot but it's only some some of of what what is is ahead ahead in in our our first first half half hour hour on on first first light light this this morning morning seven seven minutes minutes past past the the hour hour we've we've got got a a full full house house and and studio studio twelve twelve this this morning morning associate associate producer producer Cathy Cathy Johnson Johnson producer producer David David oseola oseola audio audio wrangler Alex Hinton all on the other side of the glass here so a new satellite image of a factory where North Korea makes military equipment used to launch long range missiles is showing the construction of a new building in that comes amid concerns the north could launch a rocket or missile as it tries to get concessions and no stall talks with the United States Kevin Haining has more on that including word that former national security adviser John Bolton is critical of how president trump is handled him North Korea has threatened to give the U. S. Christmas gift and follow those remarks with more tests at its missile sites which satellite photos show our being expanded correspondent will Ripley does not necessarily expect leader Kim to order any aggressive action right now so my source says of the north Koreans are going to do they're going to kind of take a step back take a wait and see approach continue to remind the world that they have this nuclear capability and I wouldn't rule out a launch by the way in twenty twenty they've already gotten the effect that they want around Christmas time which is lots of western media talking about the possibility of the of a large why would they need to go through with it now when they can maybe save it for an even more vulnerable time closer US election perhaps John Bolton told ACSI owes he doesn't think the White House really means it when president trump pledges to haul dictator Kim Jong own from nuclear weapons development or it would be pursuing a different course boat we are now nearly three years into the administration with no visible progress toward getting North Korea to make the strategic decision to stop pursuing deliverable nuclear weapons close quote time is on the side of the proliferator Bolton told ACSI owes the more time there is the more time there is to develop test and refine both the nuclear component and the ballistic missile components of the program still the senior military commanders say the US is ready for whatever Pyongyang might do Evan hating reporting for first light by the way we will be going live to Seoul South Korea later this morning for a closer look at what the north is up to it's nine minutes past the hour now and they are heavily redacted but newly released emails give more of a time line about the White House efforts to hold back hundreds of millions of dollars in military funds to Ukraine last summer Bob Costantini reports Democrats would like to hear from one of the key participants in those email chains Michael as you might expect the trump White House is urging Americans to not read too much it these newly disclosed emails the center for public integrity obtained one hundred forty six pages of White House emails focusing on the office of management and budget Mike Duffy who worked in the area of national security funding wrote the Pentagon asking officials there to hold off on sending military aid to Ukraine just ninety minutes after president trump had the impeachment focus phone call with Ukraine's voluminous landscape the transcript as Mr trump asking for a favor mentioning Joan hunter Biden and theories about Ukraine helping Hillary Clinton in twenty sixteen Duffy also mention to the withholding of the two hundred fifty million dollars be kept quiet quote given the sensitive nature of the request Mike Duffy is one of four witnesses Democrats want to call it a Senate impeachment trial the new email disclosures prompting Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer urge even just a handful of Republicans to think about what he believes the nation needs to hear the questions Democrats want answered there's nothing wrong with withholding the eight why didn't Mr Duffy want anyone to know about what he was doing it this is a perfect conversation why are they trying to hush it up the only be spokeswoman calls focusing on one line of the email without context misleading and inaccurate speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi is withholding the articles of impeachment from the Senate demanding to know how the trial will proceed president trump speaking into Saturday conservative students meeting near is more like a home with a new nickname crazy so now he says you know she has no okay so let's not submitted she sings about witnesses are stalled and on hold for the holidays our thanks to Bob Constantini reporting from the White House it is now eleven past the hour and coming up a devore cast only a parent could love the latest on the NFL playoff picture heading into the final week of the season I'm 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"ten grams" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"ten grams" Discussed on WSB-AM

"This month that's ten grams of great tasting plant based protein great wait it's plant based yeah it's web based and it tastes great yeah Dr Beyonce sandwich it's a whole new way to start the day America runs on Dunkin now the knoll just in time for the holidays select craftsman tools are now available at napa celebrate with the craftsman twenty volt cordless impact wrench KIT for just one forty nine ninety nine it's the perfect gift for everyone on your list the venue so get great savings on select craftsman tools now available at your local napa store quality parts helpful people that snap a Nobel dissipating napa auto parts stores while supplies last offer ends twelve thirty one ninety the flurry of exceptional offers go to N. B. USA dot com forward slash winter event to learn more about the Mercedes Benz GLC or visit one of your Atlanta area dealers for a test drive today Appalachian gun range loves the smell of gunpowder in the morning you know what they also love to give away free glocks whack Appalachian gun range is celebrating Glock days December thirteenth and fourteen forty Glocc gifts and apparel that's golf days December thirteenth and fourteen more info at Appalachian gun dot com this guy works is this weekend join us America's favorite there's no telling what you'll find visit the eleven extra centers and I two eighty five in Jonesborough if this got into markets this weekend for more info check out Scott antique markets dot com it's huge you have the right to know what's happening abroad and in your backyard but above all else you have the right to know this right is under attack and we must work to protect it understand the threats protect press freedom dot org whether the five point five W. asked me what is news and talk good morning time to seven o'clock at this Wednesday December eleventh find Scott slated WSB stop story that land is morning news the updated breaking news we follow through the night the wild shoot out in New Jersey six people are dead including a police officer W..

Creatine: what is it, and what does it do?

20 Minute Fitness

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Creatine: what is it, and what does it do?

"Less first off by saying that new supplement is really a necessity hence the name supplement meaning it supplementary to to a balanced healthy lifestyle and diet but creating is one of the world's most tested supplements really an received great safety profiles so creating gene is a substance that's naturally found in muscle cells and it helps your muscles produce more energy during your lifting sessions and if we look at it chemically it's tortuous organic acid that as I mentioned before it helps apply entity to cells in the body and it shares many similarities with amino acids and your body can produce is it from the amino acids lysine and Arginine see around ninety five percent of the bodies creating stored in the muscles in the form of false though creating and the other five percent is found in your brain and your kidneys and your liver so a person needs between one to three grams. Really of Chritina eighteen day and route half of this comes from your diet and the rest is synthesized by the body so way getting your your one three grams from Utah. You'll die. It is from a law. Red Meat and fish for example one pound of raw beef or seven provides around one two grams of creating according to the International Society of sports nutrition larger athletes though who are training quite intensely might need consume between five to ten headon grams of creating a day to maintain stores. And this might be why you're thinking about taking creating as a supplement not thinking of getting enough enough training quite intensively so you need to supplement crazy and ensure diet and that's a supplement you can find created in a number of different forms the most popular of which is say are creating lean more hydrate and creating shell so creating monohydrate is putting the most extensively studied form of creating for use nutritional supplements and in terms of muscle swapped take is going to high ability to increase high intensity exercise capacity and is called monohydrate. Because it's made by binding created in the organic gallic acid with one molecule of water hence mono one hydrates water creating. HCl On the other hand is made by touching hydrochloride group creatine to enhance stability and create. Shell works well. Because only hydrochloride group to the creative molecule lowers the Ph of the creating making it more acidic acidic and. This makes it a lot more soluble in fluids or dissolves veteran fluids. And you'll notice when you actually mix. HCL and water mixes almost instantly with no sedimentation patients drops to the bottom of the glass in like sentiment in that when that when the choice either from some of the protein shakes you have before you lumpy clusters in your protein shake. It is is not nice so creating. ACL Mix in far better than creatine monohydrate. There's lots of mixed evidence about which is king really between creatine. MONOHYDRATE INCREASE NATE SEATTLE. The main issues. Criminal Hydrate let's do it solubility in fluids and its absorption by the body. There's been some research reports that less than three percents of the original amount of creatine. Not monohydrate is transported across the intestinal cells in nineteen minutes. I'm not only. Is this an issue. Because it limits the uptake creating body intestines number muscles does but it can also lead to stomach upset because of creating sitting in the intestines and drawing water into them but with critic one hundred being so extensively studied there on on numerous studies that say just five ten grams a day. There's lots of evidence that it's increasing power output muscle endurance and muscle size partly oversee by upbringing water into the muscles for time. Although it has been found to also help actual

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"ten grams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"ten grams" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And get yourself acclimated to this whether it's it's you know we you when I got here how you got here early than I do but I I got here about nine thirty and we saw some some of the main tubes the main specialists out here with no shirts on yeah you know lots of yes right in the office of line came out and did their little pregame stuff and they don't have their shirts on too so trying to prove that they are the guys that can handle it but it it's not gonna be fun out there to you later up you don't want to layer up too much because you still want to be able to move but they they obviously with the new technology that they have today with all the you know the the under armour in and under under uniforms stuff they can keep themselves warm but it's going to be it will be a fun day out there today at all with this temperature game time will probably about twenty to twenty three with a feel like of about ten the team that's really gonna make out is New Hampshire that for me place next weekend all those guys will be sick Neville have colds and flu for being out there without their shirts and then you an H. will be able to run roughshod over him so main still looking to get in the hunt arrive in five three and three in the league if they can win their last two games which is a very reasonable quest for them they would be on the outside edge of possibly getting a playoff spot so a loose on the play for fourteen that a few weeks ago did not look like a team that was going to be no hope no that they had a there was a mix of a three game losing streak and then all of a sudden they put three wins together and and you know against Albany women merry Neilan and and all of a sudden now you're three and three in the like you said if you can get the last two we get to five and three and seven five overall with with two real losses to one a opponents you have a chance to possibly get into the playoffs and with the main being a team that has been in the playoffs in the past couple of years that'll also help their resume and it with the chance that they can run the table with these last two are take a break we'll come back at Terry's take of the inter report as well pointed to talk about on both sides in around trying to get there first see a when did not think that would be the case here and the second the last game of the season last ones a home game against jam you of the best teams in the country so that would be a tall order chance right now for around to get that win number one against the black peers were Allen has not been successful as of late we'll get into all that when we come back you arrive football from Learfield IMG college give you mornings a remix for the delicious new beyond sausage sandwich from Dunkin it's a tasty beyond me sausage Patty with agencies all in English ten grams of great three three plant based protein great yeah it's a plant based and it tastes great yeah beyond it's a whole new way to start the day America runs on Dunkin Peter and Jocelyn Sherman know firsthand the commitment it takes to be an elite athlete at the university of Rhode Island at Newport propane the Sherman.

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Health & Fitness Fact Of The Day: Vegan Diet

20 Minute Fitness

03:59 min | 2 years ago

Health & Fitness Fact Of The Day: Vegan Diet

"Hello everyone welcome back to the episodes twenty minutes fitness. Today we have another one of our short value episodes and we're going to be looking at what protein sources UK. I need if you are Vegan or embracing veganism before we get into this massive. Thank you to our sponsor shape shape as you know a building shape scale a three D body Lee stunning scale so definitely check out while it's still in Priroda shape scales. Dulce come but now back on veganism and firstly what is the UNISOM Zim. The term vegan was coined in nineteen forty four by a small group of Vegetarians. Who broke away from the list of Edgy? -Tarian Society in England to form the Vegan in society and they altered their diet slightly. They chose not to consume any dairy and the eggs or any other products of animal origin novices conclude. So you'll meet says well so. veganism actually defined as a way of living that attempts to exclude all forms of animal animal exploitation and cruelty bit from food or clothing all for any other purpose. Many people go vegan not only from an ethical standpoint. I'm point but also because veganism has been linked to a number of positive health benefits so applaud based Diet may reduce your risk of heart. All disease will type two diabetes and lowering your intake of animal products in particular. Your red meat can also reduce your risk of Alzheimer's disease on there are many studies. He's linking vegans and Vegan diets to having a lower body weights and low BMI is we know essentially to maintain a balanced diet getting adequate adequate Carbohydrates but weds vegans. Get this promise. They're not eating eggs dairy and meat. which are the most common form of the protein in in an Omnivore Diet? A vegan must really plan ahead to ensure they get enough protein calcium and the vitamin B. Twelve which omnivores get from the animal products and so they really consider what the each day. That's gains that. Allow them to have enough of these essential vitamins minerals so sweet products are among among some of the richest sources of protein plant based Diet. Tofu has ten grams of protein. Per Cup we even have your mommy beans and snuggle knows for all the day. There's reading green lentils which contain loads of protein and fiber in key nutrients like your potassium your own cooked chickpeas massively high. Why in protein? Obviously all different types of nuts peanuts that very protein-rich full of healthy fats. As well they can improve. Halt health obviously considered if you're choosing choosing to snack on lots of nuts that they all very calorific and obviously if you're salted nuts as well even worse for you do have high levels of salt soult in as well. You go different replacement. So the options having Royce Yuki more. There's also bobi which has slightly less protein. Lon John Key Wolpe hundred grams when we also consider supplementation than there are alternatives to weigh protein as hemp protein says Pea protein team powder. This isn't made for the P. Golden. PG On your plate but from the a high protein cousins which code yellow split peas and the PEA protein it is very high in essential amino acids like your Lucian on isolation invading. Obviously these helped to fuel your muscles and stimulate muscle protein synthesis on on. There are many other different food sources on supplements that you can use if you all thinking about going Vegan to get adequate levels of protein. Sir whether you love the idea or the idea of veganism one thing is undeniable that there are health benefits associated reverts. But you do need to make sure you're planning running into bonds to make the AIDS definite. You're getting a balanced diet from each plug based sources so. That's all this week. I hope you enjoyed and

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"ten grams" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ten grams" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Cover details is DJ envy did you know the general insurance lets customers manage the car insurance anytime anywhere right on the phone with the generals mobile app you can set up payment reminders schedule payments and get immediate proof of insurance plus pay your bill right on your phone to find a place to pay with cash in person that's impressive learn what else the general does call eight hundred general a visit the general dot com some restrictions apply Reynaldo Rey you can get online the general the great taste Duncan is here with ten grams of non sausage plant based protein in between a toasted English muffin and delicious egen Jean Duncan has created a brand new way to start your day so you can add a play bass boost to your morning America runs on Dunkin hi welcome to metro how can I help Hey so I've got two sons Hansen do you need a great gift that isn't too expensive yeah really great like the best deal in wireless yes that well right now when you switch you get one for Amazon prime membership included every month really yeah and two awesome free phones from top brands like Samsung and LG with huge HD screens to watch all your favorite shows and movies all the two lines for just ninety Bucks wow it's so amazing to me that name the best deal in wireless there you go it's the best deal in wireless only at metro switch now and get one full Amazon prime membership included every month plus two free phones from top brands like Samsung LG with huge HD screens all with two lines for just ninety Bucks that's the best deal in wireless only at metro the sales tax activation fee of course porting of eligible number not.

Deliciousness With Pumpkin Flavor

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

08:34 min | 2 years ago

Deliciousness With Pumpkin Flavor

"All right so so we are going to start today by testing out. We have a battle between Pumkin yogurts. We have three Pumpkin yogurts that we're gonNA try we have. Dan Enlightened Fit Pumpkin Pie. We have show Bonnie pumpkin spice and we have trader joes Pumpkin Greek Non Fat Yogurt so we're going to first start with the Dan enlightened fit fit which only has eighty calories. This is by far the lowest calorie of all no fat at all now. You know I'm a dirt so that's you loud that yogurt expert for the the people who don't know shorthand so this is. This is going to be interesting okay. I'm mixing it up the texture. It feels good. It feels nice and thick you know a lot of times. These like throwback old fashioned light yogurt or a little thinner. This is like a good textile and this was the only one of the three that's not Greek It's just regular our old. Dan Enlighten fit eighty calories bubby American younger. This is nice sweet. It's a little too sweet on board. Is it sweetened with yeah. It tastes me like tin cans probably aspartame or sucralose or a super-low super-low yell. It tastes little splendor riff but it's eighty calories and it's a pretty nice size yeah. It's not bad. Actually I don't I would say it serves a purpose you know at that is Greek Greek Greek well. That's a little thicker animals more sound this hour side. Um You know it doesn't have. I'M GONNA you're GonNa hear this like a broken record. I am very sensitive to clove so when things are overly clove it reminds me of going to the dentist dentist when I was a child but that didn't it didn't overdo it on the cloth. I thought it was nicely spiced with the sweetener was a little out of control. Say I think that your dentist should be fired for giving giving clove like my dentist had like marshmallow floride and it's not that it was part of the medicine was like it wasn't like it's like here's your clove-flavoured to face all right well. The next one is the pro trader Joe's Pumpkin Greek Non Fat Yogurt. This has one hundred thirty calories stories and twenty carbs and twelve grams of protein. The last one also twelve fourteen but I have to say the Calorie count is way higher on this fun. I'm looking forward to this. I bought actually about like four or five of them and I haven't had them because I couldn't cheat and have them before you guys home four It Zero Pumpkin really I think they forgot the pumpkin flavor. Are you just say cinnamon cinnamon light cinnamon taste almost glue. I would definitely not spend fifty. More calories is on this one. No I don't really usually trader. Joe's is a home run. Mike do you like it. I don't hate it but I definitely would love more Pumpkin but I like yogurt and it has a good texture that to me. It's all about texture. It does have good texture. Maybe you chopped up apples and a little more cinnamon your own pumpkin spice to it. Yeah I don't know I was like like that was unimpressive to me. This is Giovanni which is considerably thinner than the other two hundred and twenty calories. This is not nonfat and has two point five grams of fat still low. Oh Levin grams of protein so it's competing in the protein department much thinner. I'm much thinner and a little less full leans like some big scoop out there. You know what this tastes like to me like you know the icing on the top the Danish flavor almost like but it's it's specifically Danish flavored icing. I like the author Tasers all Pumpkin. That's great. That's the Best Trapani to me hands down the winner in the Yogurt Department. If you're in search of a Pumpkin yogurt the season stick with Giovanni I will say just my opinion shockingly. I liked the Dan enlightened fit even though like if you're sensitive to artificial sweeteners it's no but I can deal with Blenda. It was really yummy very very sweet but but definitely tasty good nicely spiced okay moving onto pancakes and waffles. We have yet another pumpkin battle. this is the time of year where all of these things are popping up on shelves this these two are actually this is going to be a good one because Kodiak cakes. I don't know what happened. They are taking the world by storm. Everybody loves Kodiak Cakes. They make a flap Jack and waffle mix in Pumpkin and flax flavor ten grams of protein a hundred and ninety calories serving two grams of fat. You can find these target and let me know Jamie if we have to tell people where the the yogurts are available but or they more mainstream and they're pretty mainstream obviously the trader. Joe's one is only at trader. Joe's the other ones are nationwide. Okay good so the Kodiak cakes her target and I don't know where else you get Kodiak hy-vee there's a store locator you can check out and there's some on Amazon but hurry up because it's low stock curry hurry okay and then the other one we're gonNA be trying Birch Benders Pumpkin Spice Paleo Pancake and waffle mix and those have one hundred forty calories a six grams of fat six grams of protein. Those are also a target so these are competing on the shelves at target and also at at home. It's great okay so let's go. We're going to start with the Kodiak cakes. I'm thinking perfect almost closer to me. Perfect love the look of Kodiak cakes and they're so fluffy they they make really good products and I think that the people like the Kodiak people are really cool. I met them like some food. Show on and these are just add water by the way Oh oh yeah you don't have to. I'm just going to use the back of my spoon to cut a little piece on. We're just a little. It's a little flat right yeah like a little soggy looking getting bigger than that to me. They don't taste so pumpkin but they're good. They're all of them. I never met a pancake. I didn't like Rome all right. I'm not a big pancake person. Those are just okay to me and I didn't have butter and Syrup Pancake like you did just recently when we were on our trip in Philadelphia the hotel that we stayed Pumpkin or their pancakes in the morning. We're not I mean. Can you really Count Hotel pancakes. Yes everything else they did. There was good. Oh all right. This is the Birch benders. It's lighter in color. The other one was dark on these feel like spongy kind of hope. They're better than the that syrup that we tried awesome. Oh that's right spongier. They do know there. Buttermilk pancakes are probably one of the best but these are not nearly as good as their buttermilk pancakes. These tastes like they have more fat oh they do. They have a lot more fat. They taste richer sick. They do tastes richer six grams of fat him giving a little bit too early six grams of protein. I don't know I have to be honest. I'd rather make my own. Don't we have like a recipe coming. It's coming out in a couple of weeks. It's the best those are phenomenal and I didn't know what it was going to run but they're they're way better than this on just okay. I liked the Birch benders better. What did you like better probably the bridge benders but that's because I'm reacting to the richness like all the VAT. I taste it but I love Kodiak everything so don't feel bad Kodiak people. We love you yeah. I think I'd do the bender okay. We ready to move onto bars. Let's go to the bar. We have bars and bars in bars ars but we we let we narrowed it down because there are a lot of pumpkin bars out on the market so we only have the Rx bar in Pumpkin spice which is a seasonal flavor and we we have the Lara Bar which is also a seasonal flavor in Pumpkin Pie. They're sort of comparably nutritional. they have com comparable. Mac rose to entrant in calories in the our expert two hundred calories in the Lara Bar. One has eight grams of fat. One has nine Lara bar is a little more fat fat five grams of fiber in the x bar four grams of fiber in the Lara Bar and the big difference is protein. The Rx Bar has twelve wapping grams of protein and Lara bar only has four. That's a big difference totally nuts and I'll give you some avail info while you open those up the Rx expires our at our expert dot com target whole foods trader Joe's

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"ten grams" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"ten grams" Discussed on WTVN

"To make sure that this guy feels no discomfort is he a enter is another world and if you're convicted on death row yeah and yeah and you deem that your the way you're going to die is cruel and inhuman you can come up you can offer a suggestion I know that there's a whole anti death penalty movement in Ohio and I took a quick look at the site of course they're saying you know that he's innocent blah blah blah I'll tell you why I think he's guilty because he offered up a version on how to kill himself if if he was innocent I think he would maintain his innocence and and hot offer up a way to die but he did that and he said I'd like to drink ten grams of Siegel Barbara tall mixed in a sweet liquid the judge said the attorneys hadn't shown how the Ohio department of rehab in corrections could legally obtained the barbiturates so to me it sounds like the judge I guess he's playing by the rules if you just sounds like he's trying to be smarter than everybody else this is so weird to believe I guess that that that you can't put any sort of other legal barbet Schroeder drug into a sweet drink and let this guy de and the rest of us can get on with our lives especially the the family and friends of the victim and there's another guy in Ohio that is supposed to die in November and he says I want to go out by the by the firing squad I don't know I don't know if he'll get his wish you're not but but this guy who shot somebody five times in the head and we got to let him go with you know in a painless way then why don't we just shoot him in the head one shot it's done it's not a big to do it's over and then we move on but now he's going to stay alive at your expense at least until may of twenty twenty and it it just goes on and and the they wonder what what why does the public good questions government in NYC why things just can't get done and it is just the the the company that makes the drugs for the lethal injection that isn't the primary use of those drugs and so they're going whoa whoa whoa don't be using our stuff to kill people and if you do that then we'll just stop selling pharmaceuticals to the state of Ohio no matter what they are even even even the good stuff that helps people I doubt that another pharmaceutical company is going to go we'll take your money how much money could that possibly be the the pharmaceutical sales of the entire state of Ohio somebody's going to line up to cash that check Kevin thanks for calling six ten WTVN in the six back how you doing good day man I've got no idea I don't know if anybody's ever floated this before but about the method of bloodletting will come up to an IV who vein or main artery drain the blood out there probably pass out after thirty to sixty seconds they will kill thank I don't know I I I don't know if they would consider that too messy if they think that's too barbaric I don't know if you heard the the previous callers saying stick him in a altitude simulator big because of hell black out they'll never feel anything and it just seems like there's all kinds of ways to do this and and nobody really wants to get the job done so so you you say that that's almost a little bit medieval but just go back to good old bloodletting yeah yeah why not your queries like they just like you go to donate blood welcome to a a with a needle in the vein a lot of great now I got no argument from me Kevin thank you for calling thanks for listening the six pack okay yeah have a great night tomorrow night let let's let's brightened at the tone a tad shall we tomorrow night we get the Friday night beer show Jackie o's up from Athens making a return visit and Sean Carney back in on the on the guitar and Boris live chits on that gorgeous standup rich beautiful bass and there is a a sax player coming into and it's not albino read it's we're going to get a new sax player tomorrow night hang on a second we got company near chip will this will be on sax it'll be chips first time into today is national IPA day so if you do need an excuse to enjoy a and I TA today is it national I. P. a day and have at it man I I I would recommend some Jackie o's just since the they're on their way up for tomorrow so another a quick news Kentucky man says he had to fire his gun at big foot campers in the mammoth cave national park just south of Louisville so they woke up man claiming an ape like monster and lunged at him and he fired his gun law enforcement Rangers responded to the Sunday incident couldn't confirm the sighting of big four they said no threat remains in the park and I'm just trying to put two and two together I'm going Kentucky you think maybe some Bourbon was involved in that one item I hate to jump to conclusions Hyundai band Josh produces the show.

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"ten grams" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"ten grams" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney

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Flying insect-like robot gets closer to independent flight

Latest In Tech News

03:08 min | 2 years ago

Flying insect-like robot gets closer to independent flight

"A flying insect light robot flits closer to independent flight. And we got a photo onscreen of it just over six years ago when researchers at Harvard announced that they had made tiny flying robots. They immediately began talking about the prospect of their tiny creations operating a ton Asli in complicated environments now. That seemed wildly optimistic given that the robots flew by trailing a set of copper wires at broad power and control instructions and robots guided by computer that monitored their positions using camera. Now, since then, the team has continued working on refining those tiny machines giving them an hands landing capabilities in today, the team is announcing the first demonstration of self, powered flight a flight, very short and isn't self control, but the tiny craft manages to carry both power supply circuitry and its own power source. Now, there are two approaches to miniaturizing something which you can think of as top down and bottom up now from the top down side companies are striking components in cutting way to allow ever smaller versions of quad, copter Jones of flying, which some are available that way as little as ten grams. But this type of harbor faces some hard physical limits that are going to limit how much could shrink batteries, for example, end up with more of their mass going to packaging in support hard. Wear rather than charge storage, and then friction begins to play a dominant role in a performance of the standard rotating mortars. Now, the alternative is bottom up start with something similar to the flying insect. Like robots figure out how to expand the capabilities, not surprisingly since they built the insect like robots Harvard team has chosen a bottom up, approach now the original design had PC all electric Motors that could rapidly flap to wings, providing the robot with powered flight power with the high voltage in rapid oscillations was supplied externally. The same was true with flight control information a camera tractor robot while in flight that computer figured out, what adjustments were needed sent a corresponding adjustments directly to the wings. Now, the goal of this work is get rid of some of that external hardware shrinking it down. So it can be placed on board. The robot itself knee won't need these wires cables or computers outside hung on what the do now for this new work. Researchers focused on the power source that keeps the robot airborne. So it's auto cogos more in depth. Into looking at it. It's called the robo be it has an X wing design and here, it is onscreen, including power electronics now. Yeah, it is pretty impressive. Well, how does it work included? Video shows that a does fly. But only extremely briefly typical flights are for less than half a second requires three sons worth of incoming light authors. Term this sustained, which seems like it stretching the definition of the word robot. Mostly handles control. Simply by not flying long enough to have to deal with it. But there's some significant room for improvement which the bottom up approach monologues at well definitely definitely looks.

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Why Does Cashmere Cost So Much?

BrainStuff

06:09 min | 2 years ago

Why Does Cashmere Cost So Much?

"You were to ask windy pie, a good farmer in Bredon main to name what she likes most about her work. She'll tell you it's the individual personalities of the goats for what she cares. She said think of the word capricious that comes from the word cap Ryan, which is Latin for goat. They're like that they'll jump and dance and they'll climb on anything. They're affectionate. Pious particular type of goats forty to eighty of them depending on the year are also some of the providers of a valuable product for humans. Kashmir. Yes. In case, you didn't know your favorite softest and probably most expensive sweater comes from the for of the Kashmir goat. And once you know, what's involved in making a cashmere sweater, the price might not seem so exorbitant. Goats are one of at least eleven wool producing animals. The list. Also, includes sheep, rabbits, and Lama. There are several varieties of Kashmir goats and a number of farms factories and conglomerates around the world using various production methods to make Kashmir the first goats purported to be used by humans to produce fabric to keep warm are said to be the passionate goats. They're found in the super high altitude regions of western and northern Tabet the goats soft and dense under for is built to withstand extreme temperatures as low as negative forty degrees Fahrenheit or celsius. The wolf from these bucks a nannies favored by British royalty eventually came to be processed in Kashmir in northern India. Hence the name. Various bloodlines of Kashmir goats have with human. Help spread around the world. Australia has a particular breed the provides luxuriously soft threads North American. Kashmir goats are found in the colder regions of the US and Canada. North America is where pie and her husband Peter gov. Come in they have run spring tide farms since nineteen Ninety-seven pious dot gov. Eleven goats for his birthday in part to help clear their farmland. It has been a learning experience since then pie estimates. Spring tide is one of two hundred to three hundred cashmere goat farms in North America. Most cashmere goat farms in the US are small in size less than sixty goats says Pya who's also the president of the Kashmir goat association, a nonprofit whose website claims that brings together breeders fiber artists and others interested in these charming animals and the fiber. They grow. In March and April, you know, early spring is when the goats start to naturally shed their winter will end when production begins on the farms few US farms sheer, these Kashmir goats though because of production laws and the high cost to weed out the valuable downy undercoat instead most facilities and comb the wool that means workers often, the farm owners themselves sit with each animal and slowly tease out the further creates the fine wool for Kashmir. With a dog rake up to an hour and a half per goat. Pie explained. When you look at these goats, you see the long draping for that's the guard hair. The Kashmir hair is under that the crimp in Kashmir is three dimensional, and that's part of what makes Kashmir so incredibly soft an average goat provides just three to four ounces of Kashmir. That's about eighty five to one hundred and ten grams. That means a typically takes about six goats to make enough fiber for just one cashmere sweater. Once the Kashmir for is separated. Samples of it are sent for quality testing to one of two labs, the US one in Texas one in Colorado most legitimate US. Kashmir farmers have made a commitment to provide only high quality fiber outlined in the Kashmir, go dissociation standards and backed by organizations like the Kashmir and camel hair manufacturers institute, that means consistency or uniformity in the fiber each Fogle should be at least one point two five inches. That's three point two centimeters in length in its relaxed or unstretched state. And no bigger than nineteen microns in diameter. If we're in wool makes you h that's actually because the wolf fibers have an uneven thickness, the standard thickness of will is twenty eight microns Kashmir is much finer that standard of less than nineteen microns is why Kashmir can feel less scratchy. Kashmir that fails to beat these standards inevitably creates quality problems like pilling in the final product. And there are plenty of examples of bad Kashmir out there, while the Federal Trade Commission, enforces the wool product labelling act in the United States. It gets murky on the international market. Even the FTC says, quote routine testing, a fiber contents by qualified independent testing lab is the best way to assure accurate labels. That means it's hard for consumers to determine where the Kashmir they're buying comes from. And specifically how the goats are treated. Kashmir demand is one of the problems. It reportedly far exceeds how much goats could produce every year that means that less scrupulous producers may turn to inhumane methods to produce more wolf or lesser operating costs. The organization pita has accused Chinese conglomerates of shearing the goats mid-winter when the animals need the for to keep warm. Pyatt says that some farms to save production costs have even experimented with restricting goats diets, but aside from compromising the animal's health. It also directly affects the quality of the Kashmir she said if you starve your animals, the hair will get finer and shorter and more brittle. You can't spin it. They call it hunger. Fine. So if you wear Kashmir pie recommends buying directly from the source or choosing very carefully. Kashmir will consist of about one percent of a goat's total wool production for apparel. So the fabric. In those sweaters should have price to reflect the scarcity. But even for farmers like Pyo who sells her Kashmir online and at fairs festivals. It's difficult to tell if it's the real deal pirate herself has been fooled. She recalls a time when she found a cashmere sweater at a store for less than one hundred dollars. She bought it. It turned out to be acrylic another time she and her husband were visited by a group people who said they were interested in getting into the Kashmir industry. They brought with them samples of Kashmir. They had bought a trade shows in Italy pie recalls. They had this one, shall it was shiny in Kashmir isn't shiny. So we had to say to them. You know, this is really nice. I don't know what it is. But it's not

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"ten grams" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ten grams" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"You don't know how to operate the stuff properly you have Oural tastes. I don't mind on comb is like a top fifteen maybe but top five of your mind. But why would you eat that planned crap that you're so look in the honeycomb Shattuck, what's the sugar content honeycomb? So wait a second. Now should surprise you here. What's the former fat? My friend had taste buds. You could pick out a cereal. Shattuck doesn't know where to find it. It's on the side of the sugar cane sweet. How much sugar how much sugar is serving per serving purser per serving calories. Frosted flakes is ten gram grams here, you both have ten grams. You know, how much is in the crack on Oprah. In fifteen grams. You surprise. That's why you guys are acting. You guys fell for the trap. You looked at the box and said look at that crap. No. This is gonna knock you on your backside. When you finally grow a pair and try something different. That's the go-to cereal. Brands. Does it? Hold up. Does it? Hold up dry. Hey, fellas. Let me fill you in on something. Okay. You can't spell go without AT. And what's the second word in crack on old brand? This should be called crackling goat brand because this stuff is the real stuff. Don't roll your eyes waffles guy forgotten even existed until I walk. The reason why the first five letters are CRA C K and this serial because it is like that fantastic. We're gonna take a break when we come back. Fox News is not going to host a democratic debate. Even though they're going to have twelve of them. What you guys take on it? We're gonna enjoy some cereal then we're going to get back to the heavy stuff. When we return at one thirty am six eighty.

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"ten grams" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"ten grams" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"High dose mushroom Silla. Simon is five hydroxy n n Di methyl trip to mean. DM T is N n die methyl trip. To mean. I'm not saying that Silla Seidman becomes M T is crosses the blood brain barrier. There seems to be a problem there which show can explain to me. But I didn't quite understand it. But it something very very close to DM t and if the Qiqu of a high dose mushroom trip, you can come into place where you say, I cannot tell the difference. This looks like DM T to me for sure. But instead of it appearing with crackling immediacy, fifteen seconds after you lay down the pike. You work your way there over an hour and a half with breath control in absolute silent darkness. I'll loss the same thing. I lost ska sufficiently pushed will assure into. To this place. That is snap crackle pop. Planned. You know, I mean just that electric immediacy, but these are high doses. Five grams and a five dried grams than. I don't I feel that if you take more than ten grams, your powers of reputation will be damaged in your useless to the rest of us. So I don't advocate more than that ten grams is a hell of a wall. I mean, I don't advocate that only few taken five, and we're bored to death. You know, but but it it's not about you know, just how much can you bowl down? I mean offend of mine says his goal with mushrooms each time. He takes them is to stand more of it, and you can have this relationship to it. You know, because it does Vale itself if all you can handle our leprechaun's, it won't push too far beyond that. But if it pours on leprechauns, and you scream for more, it can get rid of leprechauns and give you more. I mean, I have had, you know, conversations with it where I would say, okay, we've been looking at baroque Altarpieces or we've been looking at Camden skis later, period the mushroom, and I it's showing me the stuff. And so then I say, well, you know..

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"ten grams" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ten grams" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Gentleman out of Idaho. A twenty two year old dude who was arrested after posting on his public Facebook. I will trade a gram of wax for anybody wax is a marijuana extract for those that may not know, I will trade a gram of wax to anybody who brings me McDonald's or Burger King. Well, it was a public profile police Cy figured out where he lived that's reasonable. You know, that's that's enough. That's enough to get inside someone's house and search their home. So they did where they found ten grams of marijuana. Here's the interesting part ten grams of concentrate, so we actually already had ten grams of wax inside his home a gram of cocaine as well as various drug paraphernalia. He was arrested controlled possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute because he was making a trade. Even though it wasn't a straight up financial trade. He offered to trade goods for marijuana. He got intend to distribute. That's kind of crazy because he he was successfully pulled off one of those or do you think that like like someone gave him the wax? I don't know that's weird cocaine talking. Yeah. I don't know. Maybe he just, you know, a lot of times we've talked about it before you go to a drug dealer, and like they don't they they wanna hang and they wanna so maybe he just was looking for some interaction Eileen. Yeah. Like, he's like, I've, you know. Oh, sad. It is. But he sadly, he's in jail now. For them. So the farm-to-table everybody wants.

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"ten grams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"ten grams" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"So twenty euro with three months at a software urgency's he is way ahead of the game. Absolutely, alex. Let's call that ten gram. Yeah. Let's say put ten grand aside. And then start your 4._0._1._K overture company at least up through the match put it in row. Off pick the four types of mutual funds. We talk about growth, growth and income aggressive growth, and international. Hold on. I'll send you a copy of my book, the total money makeover outline everything Anthony talking about and show, you xactly. What today, you know, one of the other things that you're running into a lot is in listening to these teenagers when you're doing the events in high schools, and even college students even twenty year olds. You're you're seeing a lot of the world through their eyes. You're able to see it through their eyes, and that's really helping you communicate to parents. And so we had the idea with Meg meeker being America's mom the strong fathers strong daughters. One of my favorite parenting books ever written to do a smart parenting event with you and Meg as to punch you've kind of got it through the eyes of the of the teenager. And she's definitely America's mom advising on the power that dads have in children's lives and the whole thing. It's just a wonderful one two punch, and we're going to try. These are our first two of these to do the smart parent events. Right. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. And Dave I'm really excited about it. Because one thing the reason why we're doing this. Because we hearing a lot of parents say, hey, I don't think I'm a good parent. I'm failing over here and the truth of the fact is there. Yes, that's true. There's no perfect parent. But I believe every parent is a good. Parent for the most part, and I believe all of our listeners and a lot of people who are following. This are great parents could they use some advice. Could they use limited information on? Okay. This is what my child is thinking. Yes. And so we're coming today. Just remind them you're a great parent, and we're gonna help you become even greater greater and so one of the things that I'm learning with teenagers is that they love their parents. But sometimes they feel as if my parents, they don't understand me. They don't respect where I currently am at the age of fourteen at age of thirteen. And so I'm really going to just help parents is really understand where their child whether they're five years old ten years old fifteen years old where they currently are how they are currently thinking and amazing it come from the perspective of hey, I get it. You know, I'm a mother of several kids. I've been counseling parents in us to combined. Dave, this is going to be a great event. It's rich HR. It's really rich really really good. Good stuff. And we're doing two of them to give this a try the smart paranoid events. Minneapolis may fourteenth and Sacramento may the twenty-first. Yes, I'm really excited about both of those especially California, California has beautiful weather. So. Gulf weather days earlier play golf with some parents out there. You know, you never know you never know what could happen. I know a guy that might do that a good staff. Well, well done, sir. Good stuff. So smart money this coming Tuesday in Grand Rapids. And with me and Cincinnati Ohio on Wednesday, the twenty first with Rachel you, and I are doing a smart money event and a couple of weeks after that in Atlanta, Georgia, and we're we're busy here. A lot a lot of live events going on again, the Grand Rapids advantage being streamed the money and Mary Jo vent tonight in Nashville with les Parrott and Rachel Cruze is being streamed and our entreleadership one day event in Grand Rapids that Ken Coleman and Christy Wright, and I are doing on Monday is going to be stream. So it's all over the place Maria is in.

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"ten grams" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"ten grams" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Who said that she would rather sit down with a Cup of tea and a book of math problems for entertainment than watch television, or whatever. Sure. And at the time, I thought she was insane. But you know, there's a certain amount of fun. I mean, anybody who solves puzzles on their phone to pass the time while they're playing or something like that you could just as easily be being bring a book a math problems themselves. And that's why I fundamentally just like solving problems continuing things, and that's by literary literal and metaphorical is I really love untangling straightens. I used to like, I I would want the, you know, the strings get little triangle and everything gets tangled. And I would be like. I get to the street if you want a job as a Rhody for my band. Mike cables done. Come up with solutions as well. If have we can. Did you know that one toilet rolls for wrapping cables, if you have a box full of toilet rolls sitting vertically cable goes in that role. And then they all have to compartment easy to see. They're easy to pull out. That's interesting idea school of course, having daughters. I have spent lots of time picking apart knotted necklaces, very finance of silver and gold. Is there is a pleasure to that. Compartment for me. Same thing. Interesting. So would you take black sesame seeds and white sesame seeds put them in a pile together? And then separate them out with tweezers is that something. Chief tasks tidying insulting. But it's really interesting because that instantly you describe it and it sounds a bit frustrating. So I won't mind. Fresh hold is the difference between satisfying him for straightening. Well, the reason it's frustrating because it's busy work. And you know, it's there isn't there isn't a problem the solve there's just a job to do. So it's more of like, a mindfulness meditative kind of semi my son things that I care, sell, you know, that the Swedish furniture company, and they sell these giant bulk holes full of tiny, plastic beads, and then you have to be peg bullets and you put the little beads on the pegs the beads of different colors. So you Bill it's almost like a kind of a tapestry, MS ache. And then you it with just an online that you would on your clothes with the plastic melts, and it becomes this sort of this beautiful happen, and I find very satisfying and that and that might just be making a patent where I'm just making stripes ill. Boxes, you know, that this is a silting out trying to little things getting the colors that you will making thing. That's that's soothing. I have to add my phone is absolutely full of games which involve moving shapes around. I'm building an app that fueled involves moving shapes around to Fulmer problem something in my bright. And that the ten. Ten grams. I did is when I was watching Netflix seal the night. Well, I watch tiny insult missiles. Get hit me when you mentioned that sort of sorting and organizing that most refractories start has that. And then they turn in. They may evolve into something else as you sort of get into the code recognizing these three things are kind of the same. Maybe they should be organized differently. But you sort of start with fairly harmless behaviors, and it's almost like you're looking for an intuition to making improvements. Yes. I mean, you know, when could feel right. Yeah. Tightly coupled. I mean, that's one of the. The use cases. And you know, that it's too tightly coupled it started out seeming, I could design, but now you suddenly found yourself wet. It's just no good. You've made more things now. And you're feeling a bit repetitive. It's feeling a bit derivative. We could organize this. But you won't you won't make it more elegant, and that's really satisfying is teasing out the things that are going to make it and then ending with something. I it's kind of it's removing the business guy. You know, the tunneling analogy is really good all of your strength across crossing each of that. And you want something that's Claire and the that will sits in your head, and you can make sense of it. And you won't get kind of.

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

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:54 min | 3 years ago

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

"Pound dead lift and the rest is history breaks the all time record in the way class. And and then for my magazine, I had called power magazine. He wrote an article for us and talked a lot about that. And then but from. On that point. He was like what was that? Like, what did that for me? So he researched it a bunch and he came back to us. And he was like man, it's just assault salt. That's all it really is. So and especially people that are on a lower carbohydrate diet people that aren't really consuming a lot of carbs. It's it's wise to at least experiment and look into adding a little bit salt. See if it can help you with some strength gains. Yeah. When I drop out the carbs, I add salt in glacier, all and then a lot of water, and that seems to allow me to hold onto the water better Lissa Rawls kind of old school. Yeah. I haven't really heard anybody talk about that. And you you mentioned earlier today as well. I haven't heard anybody talk about Lissa role in probably like a decade, but it was been used for for years and years, and I think it's still used by like, endurance, athletes and stuff, right? Yeah. So you were asking for about my background, and what got me into this. And so the early stages of my pioneer human evolution. So glycerine was one of those things that I was experimenting with at age fifteen so like way back, and I did my Kito diet. I I did. Kito diet when I was fourteen. So I was started experimenting heavily at age twelve with all these ways to become superhuman, whether it was diet supplementation. I just didn't add the steroids in until age thirty and glycerine. What is glycerin I'll do for you. It holds water. So yeah, you're right, endurance athletes. Take it because they you know, they they risk. They have packets of it. Right. And that squeeze it in her mouth and stuff. Right. Yeah. So if you take about ten grams of glacier, all with a lot of water than you can hold a lot more water in your body because your body was specially when you get depleted of minerals, you start losing too much water and your body just cannot function without hydration you get dehydrated..

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"ten grams" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"ten grams" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"To for serving sizes. You know, a lot of times, they get you. When it's a five grams of sugar six grams of sugar, and it's two servings per container. You bet your ass him in that whole thing. So I need to kind of watch and make sure that. I'm trying to stay under ten grams of sugar for one I eat something. This isn't over the course of the day. Of course, I've never been hard and fast about really anything related to that. But now, I just I don't drink sugary beverages. I don't really have come along. I love it. But you know, the sugar at points, this kind of a little much because I get addicted and for me, this is very personal because I am a sugar gal through and through. I've been a sugar lover my whole life. And once I start I cannot stop. So I would have bars is sugar. I would have treats with sugar all of the things, you know, really just focusing on less sugar. More fat more wholefoods has also really helped me to maintain a better mood. Cousin my blood sugar. I'm less anxious. I'm less crazy. I'm like not thinking about food as much. I'm not thinking about my next meal. My next treat 'cause with sugar. It was like once I started. It's like lock me in a fucking room. Room. I mean throw away the key. I people be like, oh, do you want to cook? I'm like, no. And they probably I wonder shows cookie. Like, what's the deal? These cookies are awesome. I'm like, yo. Like do. I want one cookie. No. Because I want that whole tray of cookies, and you can just like walk away because I'm gonna eat the whole thing. I I go harder. I go home with treats. So as knowing that about me, I'm an abstained an abstainer I kind of had to just cut them out completely. Of course. I have my treats, but try and focus on high fat low sugar treats like Kito puddings or stuff like that. Okay. So the nourishment of the body is key within those things. So less sugar is nourishing to my body. More fat is very nourishing to my body. Meditation is nourishing to my soul. No caffeine was nourishing to my body, and my soul and then working out last with so nourishing to my body. It was it was very very key. Now, the vitamins so the vitamins within my protocol are mostly or all natural actually, and they are things that you can buy on Amazon, or you know, anywhere online. We'll also in the show notes have links to some that you can buy the ones that I used and I know that some brands are better than others. But there's a lot out there. So just make sure you do your research as related to it in these vitamins that I used were Maka so Makka was one of them that helped to balance my mood increase my libido, which was helpful. Because at that point. You know, I felt like asked about my body and my sexuality and my lake sexual it was one hundred percent related to like how good I feel about my body. I don't know. On. So increase my libido, and then it had high BC vitamins magnesium amino acids, and it also has tons of Fido new trans to help balance those hormones, so you could take, you know, the dosages are different because in its adapted agenda, but it helped my body adjust to the environmental stressors that. It was you know, I had put under him. So I really noticed the difference. When I started taking Maka that's em a CI under the one that I took to balance my hormones naturally was holy basil. It helped me to balance my cortisol levels and reduce anxiety. So this was helpful when I was feeling anxious and my cortisol levels were trying to re calibrate within my body. So taking holy basil was really helpful for my cortisol. Actual gonda. I really really love this. I still take this very regularly. It said adopted genyk herb that has been said to combat combat the effects of stress, reducing Ziya, depression and help stabilize blood sugar,.

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"ten grams" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"ten grams" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"When you've been having bad dreams and nightmares junior unable to sleep. So that's meditation. One of the really really important ones that is public. Very obvious is the no caffeine, stimulants, pre workout. Molly coke ecstasy MDA. All of that stuff. I can't even think of any other like slag NAR terms not of the came. But none of it nothing. No, t no coffee like nothing. No caffeine, not even know diabetes. All of that. I was going to be stimulant free. That for me was, you know, the drug thing is it was it was easy because I wasn't necessarily addicted. I'm not exactly sure, but it made me absolutely so ill that there was no way that I was going to do it again at this point. I was kind of moving out of that phase. And I was kind of moving into like more clear state. I hadn't been drinking for a few years of that for maybe two years at that point. And I've talked about that before. But I just don't really drink. You know, I don't really enjoy. It wasn't really drinking and quitting guy pulls was easy. 'cause I was sick of that shit. I was sick of being on and off fucking diet pills for years. Years like hydroxy cut like all that shit. I was just over at in at this point. I was so unhappy with my body. I was like I didn't even care and then caffeine. I never really drank coffee or tea that much. I kind of did at the until I give myself a boost, but I was kind of dumb with that too and pre workout was making me fucking sick. So I was over him. So cutting out all of those stimulants and at this point in my life. I have tea like forcing Matic tea or coffee every once in a while, I'll have their non caffeinated drinks like the turmeric law or the cocoa more regularly. But I really don't drink caffeine. I really don't have a macho every once in a while. But I won't drink it very regularly and kind of be a special occasion. It will be when my body is nourished not on an empty stomach not before I'm working out, and it will be for like the right reasons 'cause I'm feeling it and not because it's like a habit. So I don't do any diet pills any stimulants any drugs. And I haven't for. The past, you know, couple years, and that is Ben you know, game changer, especially for my drills. I know that they don't really love the caffeine. I know obviously, they don't love the drugs. But I know they don't love the caffeine. So that has been something that I definitely have sworn to not do regular, and I don't. So if you're having any of these issues, I would suggest you know, kind of checking those areas of your life out to less sugar. This is one of the last ones. So having less sugar in my diet is a major key focusing my diet on more fat and less sugar. Which is you know, what I do? I check for fat and sugar now instead of calories and protein and all of that I focus on having less than ten grams in everything I eat. Ideally, it's under ten need to check.

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"ten grams" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"ten grams" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Faster. It's how to lose weight is such an absolute pillar in our consciousness today that that's all a lot of people really care about. And they'll go on some of these crazy diets, and they lose their health along with fat with this fellow problem with the Atkins. I would need an awful lot more information. If he could just fill out the symptom survey, it's free then you get a free. Thirty minute console. That goes with it and make a note where you can write in notes say, hey, I heard Dr Jack on the radio and talking and I had problems with Atkins. Can we talk about this? We can give you some really good pointers that might help. But that's our latest podcast delays podcast is ditch the diet, and some people sometimes think Mary, and I can be a little simplistic about this whole thing because. This together your them. Eat what you crave of meat, fish, dairy, and eggs and spices. If you're craving sugar, that's an unnatural craving. That's coming from the Candida population. Inside of you that wants that quick easy energy. There's a way to get around that. And again, the symptom survey can show us in give us some suggestions. How to beat the sugar cravings? It's not that. I know it sounds immense. But it's not that hard to get away from the sugar cravings have a we have a good program. How to do it? And then you just eat what you crave and every you know, one or two meals of the day. What you crave today may be totally different than what you might crave. Tomorrow. And just listen, your body will tell you what it wants. And when you follow that. And you walks the portions just because you get a craving for steak or you get a craving for some creamed. It's scrambled eggs or something doesn't mean that you can sit there and eat two or three pounds of it portion control still important, but the. The important thing is listen to that inner craving inside of you at once you get the sugar craving out of the way, your body will tell you exactly what it wants. All right. Let's see what we got from business from Tim. Should we aim for total fiber or for the quality, two cups of spinach equals, four grams of fiber man, I love the details of some of these questions half a Cup of brand cereal has as much as ten grams? I commend him for his research. That's really good. Here's somebody who's really interested beyond what the status quo would say out there. But here's the thing to be careful with fiber. If you have some gut despite Osas, if there's something going on in the gut where you have an imbalance of the bacterial population. That's in there actually fiber can be dangerous because it it will scratch the walls of the gut raw, and it will prolong the ability of the body to heal the gut again, it comes down to the symptom survey. And the proper amount of fiber their different ways to regulate it. If you have plenty of health, if you have no gut problems, your regular with your bowel movements. You probably have plenty of fiber. A lot of times we get this idea of a little bits. Okay. A whole bunch of this probably even better, which is not the case with fiber. You can absolutely get too much fiber because you know, the walls of your gut the walls of the small intestine the walls of the colon change every three to five days because of everything that's moving through there. It has a brushing affect on the wall. So the gut and those cells have to turn over constantly. It's just like the cells on the inside of your cheeks next to your teeth your tongue you could burn your tongue today with a hot drink tomorrow. It doesn't hurt at all because it healed in less than twenty four hours the tissue on the walls of our cheeks are constantly being brushed by the foods that we eat. They have to be constantly replaced. The same thing with. In our gut and the bottom line here. I think as we can way overdue the fiber thing that all right? So now one more piece of this when it comes to fiber. Jeremy says he eats nuts. Daily is a snack, and I do too. But I experience occasional cold sores was recently told that nuts could be making that vow. There's a virus in him. Should I be avoiding them to prevent herpes? Outbreaks Senator heard of that before. But listen anything's possible. I guess well, cold sores herpes outbreaks is a wonderful gift from nature to tell you your calcium stores are decreasing the easiest thing. One of the easiest viral elements for your body to conquer is the herpes simplex virus. And it is totally calcium dependent inside the immune system. If if you're getting regular canker sores if you're getting regular herpes outbreaks, you're not getting enough calcium deepen the tissues. Here's why. Where we highly recommend the use of a product called cata plex f- standard process product that goes along with good calcium supplementation people who will go out in the sun. Find out that they can get a cold sore. Shortly thereafter, people who do a lot of extensive working out. That are not normally familiar with can get a cold sore only because it changes the calcium balances inside the body. All right. So I don't know if I answered that enough. Yeah. I think we're always focused because your gut deer gaps practitioner guts important, gut health has become a new craze for those seeking better ways to achieve their best health. Now, there's some new research that suggests walnuts should be added to the list of good for gut health foods. Here's a background on that from Andy Solomon, a new study from the USDA and university of Illinois reveals walnuts possible role in gut health chief wellness officer at the Cleveland Clinic, Dr Michael Royston talks about. The importance of this. Finding researchers found that healthy adults who eight one point five ounces of walnuts. Each day or a third of a Cup for three weeks. Experienced changes in gut bacteria, including a decrease in something called SBA's or secondary bile acids, which may play a role in colon, cancer, inflammation, and gastrointestinal diseases. The study also founded eating walnuts resulted in an increase in gut bacteria that are thought to be beneficial for health. Dr Royston highlights the significance. These results may play in gastrointestinal health while sources of probiotics like sauerkraut, a beneficial for gut health, go foods that contain fiber or prebiotics are also important for a healthy gut..

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What to eat after a workout to lose weight, build muscle, and recover faster

The goop Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

What to eat after a workout to lose weight, build muscle, and recover faster

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