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Doses Of Antibody Drugs Remain Unused As They Present Various Challenges

All Things Considered

03:51 min | 4 months ago

Doses Of Antibody Drugs Remain Unused As They Present Various Challenges

"The federal government says it has delivered more than 300,000 doses of monoclonal antibody drugs to help facilities nationwide. They're designed to treat patients with mild to moderate covert 19. The ideas keep those patients out of the hospital, but Many of those doses are sitting unused, due in no small part to the challenge of administering those drugs. NPR's science correspondent Richard Harris looks at to healthcare systems that have overcome those hurdles and are seeing hopeful results. Monoclonal antibodies present all sorts of challenges. They're given to people who have active infections, but who aren't hospitalized, so it's important to treat them without exposing other patients to risk. The drugs by Regeneron and Eli Lilly are also given by infusion, and that process takes a couple of hours. So when you add all this up, you know it's really a logistical challenge to deliver this therapy to a lot of people. But Dr Howard Long at Houston Methodist Hospital, says they figured out how to do that. They've opened clinics around Houston and doctors affiliated with the hospital are referring eligible patients. That is people who are over 65 or who have health conditions that put them at high risk. So at this point we're doing about 50 to 70 infusions a day, and patients are usually scheduled within a Relatively short period of time. So from the time they call into being infused, it's usually less than two days. The timing is important because these drugs appear to beam or effective early in the course of the disease. Mostly help people who aren't mounting their own strong immune reactions and, well medication sits unused in many locations around the country. That is not the case at his hospital, Hong says. Right now we're constrained more by the drug supply. They use it as fast as they get it. Any doctors nationwide aren't so enthusiastic about these drugs, though treatment guidelines issued by the National Institutes of Health say there's actually not good evidence to know whether they work. That's because the Food and Drug Administration relied on studies of just a few 100 patients to grant these drugs, emergency authorization. So these are very small numbers that under normal conditions nobody would never publish in the journal like New England Journal of Medicine. Yet this is, you know, kind of headline news. Welcome Toko bit time right. But doctors are gaining experience. Houston Methodist is now treated more than 1100 patients, Hong says. We're seeing results that are comparable to what was reported in the clinical trials by Eli Lilly and Regeneron about six or 7% of patients who are treated end up in the hospital or emergency room. He figures that without treatment about 15% of the most high risk patients could end up in the hospital or ER. Doctors affiliated with the Mayo Clinic or also encouraged by their experience. They've dust more than 2000 patients in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Arizona and Florida. Dr. Raymond reasonably has done a preliminary analysis of the 1st 1000 or so patients and finds low hospitalization rates. More importantly, there is some signal that is also reducing death. But again this our preliminary analysis we have to kind of make sure that this are all vetted by pure review. But this is what we're seeing. That's why we're happy. Unlike a clinical trial, this real world experience doesn't have a careful comparison group so doctors can't say for sure that these patients are faring better. Even so, these encouraging findings may be swaying doctors who weren't sure they wanted to refer their patients for treatment. There's nobody says patients are also becoming less skeptical. Initially, there were more declines than accept. But no, we're actually seeing more except than declines, and even though it takes a lot of person power to provide this treatment reasonably and Hong believe they're actually reducing the overall workload. Keeping patients out of the hospital. Richard Harris NPR

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"toko" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:43 min | 5 months ago

"toko" Discussed on KOMO

"With your host, Chris Davies, Welcome back to ST Toko. We just got done discussing different different styles of roofs and such what interesting point that we were talking about, though. You know, people are talking about maintenance of their roofs. How many of you actually get up there on maintain your roof? I mean, when you think about it correctly, we'll do it correctly. I mean, I've seen people get up there with the pressure washes, which you're not supposed to do, by the way because that can actually create damage and create Ah, separation, which is not what you want to do. But I mean, especially here in the Pacific Northwest, you get up there, you put the powder on there to keep the mosque from growing. I mean, that's a simple a simple maintenance issue or you get up there. You blow away the pineal to get up there with the blower. Keep it clean, because that's probably the most important thing to stop these things from growing. How many people actually maintain or do the proper maintenance that's required on the roof. Yeah. 12% Wait. I thought we were get e. Don't think many. And I was saying I'm just guessing here also that people who have, um shingle roofs Watching over, do it even less because it's a lot of work to maintain. And it's an expense. Well maintained nose and also vertigo comes into play. How many people want to get up there? In the hype? You start to deal with the you know the risk of slipping and sliding away and that type of thing. I mean, at that point, I was like, you know what I'll do it next year. The next year. I could just see it going on and on and on. So for those of you that have you seen your astrological sign? And then what do you clean your roof? Not at all. You know, even a touch that But hey, just something just to go. You know, I'm just saying, if you if you stuck at home Check out your roof. If there's stuff on the stuff on it, go ahead and take the time to look and get it clean is it's probably a good time at this point in time to take to take a look at that. So, uh, Quarter three. Again. We're talking about homeownership. Quarter three broke a six year old record. And you don't know. Do you want to know what that record is? That record is $1 trillion in home equity growth. Yeah, to you Got That's amazing. So cold logic talking about Homeowners with mortgages Quarter three of 19 to Quarter three of 23 the equity growth across the board, 10 plus percent So do you want to know what state 10, plus percent on average of $17,000 per household. The last time that you had anything close to that was the first quarter of 2014. But the big difference if you go if you want to talk about times the big difference in 2014 underwater mortgages, the number of homes with negative equity The difference in homes right now between then and now with homes. The negative equity is about 20%. Means virtually homes with negative equity. At this point, it's virtually non existent. So again when people talk about the housing bubble to people talk about things happening in a negative way, because of all these price increases. It's not there. The negative equity people have equity in their homes. The state with the highest equity growth, dollar wise is Lisa, California Washington Daniel Oh, you those pita. That's what I was thinking to see. Though 35,000 Average equity growth 35,000 per household. California was number two Lisa 33.8, so not far behind. Number three was Massachusetts at 30 31 200. So holding a good time to own a house Folks number two. The show's 844 talk one on one once again a 44 talk one on one so much more to get Stay connected, Stay informed. Homo news 1000 ever The first batch of the fines are buying tech covert vaccine is.

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'No trouble' by John Seaton

Your new favourite song

05:10 min | 5 months ago

'No trouble' by John Seaton

"For the people who didn't hear the first recording. Can you maybe tell us a little bit about yourself your background way from what you do in your life in my normal weight life all right. let's condense it down right back. So i picked up guitar about fourteen fifteen in on a tune it for about six months lead on a tune it started writing songs owned bands and spit up. Or what musicologist middle fold ban. They're left handed workout. A friend or went musical group said. Hey either john. would you like to work on. Cruise ships adding covers balance. And i was like. Yeah but did that lead to play three sets. Every for six years point to burn out there will be bored of playing covers A den mets script without bet. Some of my friends festival knows. Where do you live eureko. They're like we live in brian subject. Brian the now with the hope of restarting by owning individual independent music. Riff in quite good van is whenever you made me pay for your business and is passed but kind of end of october last year so had to get my head straight and just focused on again and here. We are in on what we know. Who did you hear. Wow tober but it's not because there's this forest thing and that kinda but yet we essentially that's up today so of a ways retinoid. that is always written. I think i've never been more focused in making my own music and creating sounds really on similar. Say anyway. No for a baiting. My own aw i guess it policy by lab i otherwise always been really easy. We've talked about our is knowable. I guess but this that i hate the idea of like go deep door last. Avi try this. Dave talking about to just think that idea of like anyone is no superiority with music or anything like that. Like if you're making something it doesn't make if you're making music doesn't make your higher echelon anyone who isn't but it's just that's my outlet. That's yeah yeah actually. That's the thing that i love loved in and sometimes bit nervous thought april. Think or you may be better be like as a sense sites everyone stream-of-consciousness everyone like i'm a music fan. I i love this music like that. That is the joy. I get from music and create music the same as anyone who just sticks on radio song. And that's that's the word ethos that i have. We're in terms of my writing. Marco enjoy it. I have a paypal. Connect enjoy it. That s. that's a bonus. If anything else happens when music that that's the the treat are not even a bonus. I think he's a prerequisite if you don't enjoy what you're doing then. Very the who else or if. Maybe they'll enjoy not the right word but if you're not connected to its yourself in any way then how can you make sure. How can you you know think anybody else. You're going to be connected to it. I think that comes back to work. Came off from work in of us bands and on ships in the light. I just didn't feel connected to eddie more songs now. A listen to because of late Three hundred times like the name. Any names moon river tells deal with daddy more because just played it to death. A nampa one into that wasn't the reason why pay guitar guitar to share musical but just joy the spirit of bachchan was by the way for people who are not british. We're both british so the might be some cultural references and strange humor that you might not understand but just just just drop me an email and i'll explain things you don't understand. It may be some things i say. I don't understand the nature of the beast. Okay right okay. We're going to get into the ice breaker question. Spies into you. Which is actually one of my one of my favorite parts of the show. Search great answers to recite. This is listening to my friend to Bus week toko. Listen to his co. Cost and it struck me. Like is the true volvo. Costa is never the same officer not always at different obser- fascinated by talking about the cure in just beauty. These folks punky now even though magno beauge is as you never

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Mat Hancock defends "Homophobe and Misogynist" Tony Abbot

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:15 min | 9 months ago

Mat Hancock defends "Homophobe and Misogynist" Tony Abbot

"There are reports that Tony Abbott who is Australia's prime minister between two, thousand, thirteen and two, thousand and fifteen is being lined up to work alongside the British International Trade Secretary Liz Truss. The appointments not been made official yet, but it is thought he would take a senior role negotiating Britain's exit from the European Union. However, there have been many objections with those opposed to the appointment claiming that Abbott is unfit to represent the UK due to his views on climate change and pass misogynist homophobic comments, his the Health Minister Matt Hancock being grilled on the matter by skies K. barely we need to have the best experts in the world in that working in that field. And as the former prime, Minister Australia. Obviously. Go huge amounts of experience even if it's a homophobic misogynist. Well I I I I think that that is I I don't think that's. True I Dave I haven't seen. It said he I'm sure you'd have to support some of his comments. He's a homophobe a misogynist well. He's also an expert in trade. Well joining me on the line from camera is Karen Middleton the political correspondent for the Saturday paper listening to that Toko cliff. And, of course, Karen knows a thing or two about Abbott. So is he a misogynist homophobic? Well I wouldn't call him both things, but he certainly has been cold those things in the past he's taking controversial positions and. Alpha Prime Minister Julia Gila misogynist effectively when she gave a now famous speech in the parliament suggesting that that she can take lectures on misogyny from men meaning ashish. And he wasn't in favor of the. Vote we had here in Australia on same sex marriage campaigned strongly against it and and was involved with some. Philly. strenuous an unpleasant protests against the Julia Gillard when she was prime minister in general that had fairly success language in it. So you know they certainly have been controversial positions in a number of people here have strong views for and against Mr Abbott, and we are enjoying the debate from afar that's going on in London.

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"toko" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 9 months ago

"toko" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They're still waiting for the state to approve, but they could return to in person classes as soon as September. 8th. Oh, Toko Garcia. He's the superintendent of the Sausalito Marin School District, which is applying for waivers. And he says Bayside Martin Luther King Junior Academy with 120 students will essentially reopen with like 12. Many schools are like distinct cohorts within the one building. Each with their own separate bathroom, separate recess time and separate lunchtime. Garcia says he's already seeing an uptick in new students registering for his school. Right. That's because while lots of parents are afraid to send their kids to school, there are also a lot of parents who want their kids to get in person instruction. And now the state has released a list of the first batch of schools that have gotten state approval. There were like 100 of them, but most of the waivers were given to private schools. Yeah, and this is highlighting this concern, or maybe even now, a consensus that distance learning is adding to an already existing equity gap. I mean, one issues the digital divide some students done of wife, eyes or computers. But there's a bigger concern that remote learning just isn't working for students, especially students or homeless and foster care, English language learners and those who just don't learn well on computers. I mean, one of the biggest issues here I think is that in wealthy families, parents are often working from home. They can keep an eye on their kids to make sure they're learning. But you can imagine if a student's parents are essential workers. Many of them cannot do that. And that's one of the reasons I took A Garcia and Moran is opening Bayside MLK because those air many of the students he's serving there, so that begs the question. Why aren't more public schools especially in areas where students have these needs? Why aren't they trying to open? Well, I mean, Garcia says it takes a lot of planning, and he's been thinking with his team about how to create these small in person classes. Since school's shut down in March, Like for months he's been working on this. It does take resource is especially if you're running a large school in a large district like Oakland, and it's easier when you have a small school. I mean, logistically..

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How to Have Deeper Conversations

All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

05:13 min | 2 years ago

How to Have Deeper Conversations

"First, what is it always start with? So the first step is taking in information. We need the ideas, the knowledge about these topics. I mean, I'm sure this is happened to everyone listening, right like even in your first language maybe people bring up some politics stuff, or whatever, and you're like I don't have anything to say because you haven't read the news, you haven't found out about this. So that's the first step is to take in this information. So that's what happens in the connected communicator, is you have these interviews with Americans from all over the country, talking about this stuff about homelessness. LGBT gones, all of this stuff, so we recommend obviously, the course getting it all there in a nice package, but you can go outside and try the New York Times different. Podcasts on NPR. There's so many online. Right. There's so many ways you could just gather ideas. Yeah, it really is uncomfortable. When you're in a situation and people are talking about a topic that you just don't know what to say, because you don't have the information right and that's something we can control. We can stay up to date on what's really going on. We can I have control over this. We don't have to be victims. Yes, I, you know, I was that there was a birthday party this weekend. Some little friends of James, and we went and the kids were doing their thing, and the parents were talking, and I saw this happen, one of our friends works on the city council here. And she was talking about some immigration stuff. And, you know, not everybody in that circle could add anything to that because they just haven't taken in those ideas. So, you know this happens all the time, it's up to us to find this information to seek it out to actively. No and gain knowledge about this stuff for sure for sure. And then once. So the other piece of the preparation is the first one as we said, is exposing yourself to the ideas, and then what's the second piece how do we connect it? Okay. This is so important. We further the connection, right? As we said earlier, it's not just you asking questions. Right. What are you gonna bring to this? Sure you're gonna have opinions about what's happening in other countries in the states. If you're talking to a native speaker, but that's kind of their realm, because they're American right? You need that knowledge to initiate, the conversation and ask them intelligent sounding questions. But we really connect is bringing in our own country and culture, so the next step here, and this is so important is to look at this issue in your own country. Right. So what's happening with homelessness in America? But what about where you live? Is this a thing? And if not, why like that would be such a great way to further the conversation. It'd be like, you know what honestly where I live in Japan, I do not see a lot of homeless people, and I was wondering why? So I went online and I read this article. Yeah, it's true. And he Toko she did this. She was active in the Facebook group sharing her reflections in regards to her own country in a garage to Japan. So she had this experience is because she went through both steps of the preparation that she could actually have those deeper conversations in California. Exactly. And these, you know what? We're sharing today. This is stuff. That is in the connected communicator. I mean that's the last step of every lesson. Is this reflection where we encourage you to research, very specific things. Right. So because sometimes it's hard to know where to start like, what am I looking for? So we tell you exactly what to look for. And so often the reflections and the Facebook group are like I never knew this about my country. Right. Like, really interesting interesting. So they have those ideas ready to connect with that information. But then there's another piece here, Jessica, which is absolutely crucial. Right. We don't have this next piece. It'll never happen. Right. And that is kind of that is the mindset of. Of initiation. Right. So what do I mean by that? What does that mean? Well, this is this is one of the things that stuck out to me from he Tokyo's Email, was that she said she brought up these topics yet. Right. And that is such a key piece there. Because oftentimes if you're talking to a native speaker, maybe that native speaker isn't fully confident that you are going as a non native speaker that you're going to be able to talk about these topics. Right. The American or the British person. They're not going to, like initiate, a conversation about gun control, because they're going to be like, I don't know if that's going to happen this conversation. So with guys, it is up to you to initiate this. Right. 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"toko" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"toko" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Scott as good wasn't it. When I spoke to learn Scott deaf common. Lightning Orfa lovely teacher. What she? Well. Right. It's actually go picnic Coa lightning. Would I call? It death coma picnic. Okay. So here listen to this from this is off of social media some form of social media. You know, this is from the role. Mom, this was so interesting. I really wanna read Lawrence Scott's books. Now new sign ups he's firing off after this moment. Sharon, particularly enjoyed it. She liked what he said about the mesh of language shower. News mum's funeral took him out of the thing on the puck and Toko zone. Maloka? Great. We're episode Russ. Enjoy it so much finished then restarted and listen to again once more love you may well in Toko zome Lunga, you that's down going loop listening a things for now. You're listening to it still for Oko. Thank you for listening to me Sam ungrateful photograph e Ninety-six. Hi, Russell just isn't as PO cost at a stubborn migraine for free days. But this really put it in perspective. Now check but something about his poker, soothed it into submission scripts. He Jeff Jones goes under the skin. Changed my outlook and understanding of the world. We live in a moment. Episode twenty might whites. You get two steps. Fifty you probably be listening to it in your own consciousness because the vibrations of the puck cost all summer in the universe. You'll probably have to magnetized podcasts in Jeremiah that device by then F global capitalism. Just ran it's my wife off our she doesn't go clue. I want about Jeff this is my favorite message. Thank you. I love you, Sarah Kane, I would only X on a text if I would ex- them in real life. So I'm very careful. No, Sarah, you will not appropriate 'cause Lawrence Scott said it's like I. Like Jane Austen of protocols, which is a good bit. I thought on. On. But and kisses on texts of, you know, we've talked about acquired lot Sarah should only case if it's real lucky so kiss from Sarah. Kane means a kiss so bear that in mind may I do sometimes capitalized cases to people out. You know, I'd be nervous about giving. A firm handshake, the Tivoli absolute truth. Also. But book mentors is out. Now, it's doing very well. I'd love you to read it or listen to his audio book or listen to on audible or get it on Amazon or get it off our website or go to your local bookshop and gay do reviews. I will. Yeah. Like on Amazon awebber really helps if you just do a review and Wolseley five star review that will knock a scathing critique with to start saying, oh, it's derivative and unresearched Gobbo Matej for one loved it. So would you want from life anyway? Yeah. Mentos good book in that much money. So good rate, and it will help you. I think understand the way that you can use mentors and guides in alive that can sometimes seem lonely and directionless but enough of these musings there is now understand with more clarity ideas around body, positively the way the Instagram can be used positively the way that we relate to food and in my. Favorite tracks of the episode an excellent description of a journey out of anorexia, very inspiring an interesting, this is Meghan. Jane crab on under the skin. I enjoy it. Trying to achieve a quality with the annihilation of category. He's not accessible, that's exactly right in this era. Where it turns out. We were never the boss. Fucking. Walks beneath the surface of people. We have Meyer of the ideas that the finance on the history told welcome to Russell brand. And did this game. Meghan. Jane crap. Thank you for coming on under the skin with me. Russell brand of so grateful that you here. Thank you for having me slightly surreal is it really a tiny bit. You're off the telly me Russell off the telly, but your of the internet, and we live in a shifting landscape. We have you have like a law of Instagram follows me million. And I feel like you're very engaged with Instagram your published author, and I feel like you're an important voice in infamy interesting areas around sexuality, eighteen capitalism, consumer is body image. Lots of lots of things I'm really interested in excited talks here lovely let's do that..

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"toko" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"toko" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Inside out. So what is it? What nutrient? Are we talking about? Well, Sherry Turco's is here to reveal the secret. She's a practicing pharmacist and author. She's written more than a dozen books on health including the Canadian encyclopedia of natural medicine. Welcome to the program, Sherry Toko. It's good to have you here. Hey there, Mark. Thanks so much for having me this secret nutrient that we're gonna be talking about is called asked as dance than and Reader's Digest. Stay featured it brilliantly in an article called the latest antioxidant asked his Anthony is a fountain of youth as you mentioned very popular in Japan US mainstream for promoting beauty from within as a capsule, but here in North America. People just aren't familiar with it? But listen to this. It has sixty human studies validating its efficacy. And as a pharmacist, there's really caught my attention. And this nutrient is not something that you can get enough of in diet it sounded salmon, but you'd really have to eat a lot of phantom like five pounds. Get a good daily dose as much as I love salmon. But I'm not going that far, Sherry, I I didn't know that there were sixty plus human clinical studies in this specific natural form of as-as anthem that happens to be impurities asked to ethics formula talked about Japan. Now, this is a capsule, this particular Asda's Anthon is all the rage for skin health as they've been finding in Japan. Very very interesting on so many fronts here, right? Yeah. For sure I mean after Anthon at just as four Noah grand ghosts. And that's the clinical dose that is in Purity's affects formula. It's clinically tested and shown to fight fine lines and wrinkles from the inside and millions in Asia, take a daily just for that. And I don't wanna get too technical here. But but just one human study that I'd like to mention to to back up these benefits they use the exact same dose and the type of zanthosyn. It's impurities product, and they discovered significant benefits for skin hydration skin texture smoothness. The city reduction of skin spots and was even every deduction of redness and an improvement in the evenness skin tone. We're talking about big beauty benefits, and it works from the inside out, which is fabulous men winning mother. And it's really catching on here in North America. It sure is it's really impressive list of clinical benefits for beautifying skin from the inside out. No wonder they love is there in Japan. And now we're learning about it here, but Sherry I know you like to say the wrinkle reducing benefits and the skin tone benefits are just part of this kind of the cherry on the top. What do you mean by this? Well, I talked to a lot of people in the pharmacy every week. I work as a pharmacist also get a lot of friends and family and colleagues asking me about their health than many people are in their fifties sixties seventies. And and they really liked the idea the supplement that can help to improve the appearance of their skin. I mean, we all want beautiful useful skin. But for most people this really is the key benefit what's at the top of the list when you ask people like what they most want to achieve in their house nobleness, they want something that Trump that what they want something that will help to promote muscle strength, and they want stamina they wanna be able to do the activities. They enjoy golf tennis hiking playing with their kids and grandkids, and this is actually patented for muscle strength. People want energy to fight fatigue. They wanna feel sharp. They're also concerned about their vision. They wanna keep their is healthy people are concerned about heart house circulation, immunity, all of these areas. Really we're talking about staying healthy from the inside out. So you know, when you think of that the skin benefits are compelling. But to me, it's really just the cherry on the top Sherri, you were saying that this is Anthony helps with endurance and performance against salmon loaded with esta Anthon, they perform these amazing feats of endurance asses anthem is also found in high levels in the eyes of seagulls. Now, that's interesting humans bike faster when they supplement with a specific form of Astor's anthem. So is there a common denominator in all of this? These kinds of bits of information. The researchers really clear asked us Anthony is a molecule that feels healthy performance, energy stamina. Strength. That's what we see in nature..

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"toko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"toko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To fight wrinkles and fine lions from the inside out. So what is it? What nutrient? Are we talking about? Well, Sherry torque is here to reveal the secret. She's a practicing pharmacist and author. She's written more than a dozen books on health including the Canadian encyclopedia of natural medicine. Welcome to the program. Sherry toko? Good to have you here. Hey there, Mark. Thanks so much for having me this secret nutrient that we're gonna be talking about is called Astra's zanthosyn and Reader's Digest stay featured it brilliantly in an article called the latest it antioxidant asked us Anthon fountain of youth as you mentioned very popular in Japan Youth mainstream from promoting beauty from within as a capsule, but here in North America. People just aren't. Ernest familiar with it? But but listen to this. It has sixty human studies validating its efficacy. And as a pharmacist, there's really caught my attention. And this nutrient is not something that you can get enough of in diet it sounded salmon, but you'd really have to eat a lot of San I'm like five pounds. Daily dose as much as I love salmon. But I'm not going that far, Sherry, I I didn't know that there were sixty plus human clinical studies in this specific natural form of as-as anthem that happens to be impurities asked to ethics formula talked about Japan. Now, this is a capsule, this particular esta zanthosyn is all the rage for skin health as they've been finding in Japan. Very very interesting on so many fronts here, right? Yeah. For sure I mean after Anthony at just four milligram dose. And that's the clinical dose that is in Purity's affects formula. It's clinically tested and shown to fight fine lines and wrinkles from the inside and millions in Asia, take it daily just for that. And I don't wanna get too technical here. But but just one human study that I'd like to mention to to back up these benefits they use the exact same dose and the type of zanthosyn that's impurities product, and they discovered significant benefits for skin hydration skin texture, smooth. Elasticity reduction of skin spots. And there was even every action of readiness and an improvement in the evenness of skin tone. We're talking about big beauty benefits, and it works from the inside out, which is fabulous men it and it's really catching on here in North America. It sure is it's really impressive list of clinical benefits for beautifying skin from the inside out. No wonder they love it there in Japan. And now we're learning about it here, but Sherry NO you like to say the wrinkle reducing benefits and the skin tone benefits are just part of this kind of the cherry on the top. What do you mean by this? Well, you know, I talked to a lot of people in the pharmacy every week. I work as a pharmacist also get a lot of friends and family and colleagues asking me about their health than many people are in their fifties sixties seventies. And they really liked the idea to supplement that can help to improve the appearance of their skin. I mean, we all want beautiful useful skin. But for most people this really is the key benefit. What's at the top of the list? You asked people like what what did they most want to achieve in their health and their wellness? They want something that that what they want something that will help to promote muscle strength. And they watch scamming out. They want to be able to do the activities. They enjoy golf tennis hiking playing with their kids and grandkids, and this is actually patented for muscle strength. You know, people want energy to fight fatigue. They wanna feel sharp. They're also concerned about their vision. They want to keep their is healthy people are concerned about heart health circulation, immunity, all of these areas. Really we're talking about staying healthy from the inside out. So you know, when you think of it the skin benefits are compelling. But to me, it's really just the cherry on the top Sherri, you were saying that as-as Anthon helps with endurance and performance against salmon loaded with us disaster when they perform these amazing feats of endurance asses. Anthony is also found in high levels in the eyes of seagulls. Now, that's interesting humans bike faster when they supplement with a specific form of zanthoens. So is there a common denominator? And all this. These kinds of bits of information the research, here's really clear asked us Anthon is a molecule that feels healthy performance, energy stamina. Strength. That's what we see in nature. And that's what we see in humans to..

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"toko" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"toko" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To fight wrinkles and fine lines from the inside out. So what is it? What nutrient? Are we talking about? Well, Sherry Turco's is here to reveal the secret. She's a practicing pharmacist and author. She's written more than a dozen books on health including the Canadian encyclopedia of natural medicine. Welcome to the program. Sherry toko? Good to have you here. Hey there, Mark. Thanks so much for having me this secret nutrient that we're gonna be talking about is called asked as Samphan and Reader's Digest stay featured it brilliantly in an article called the latest antioxidant asked his Anthon is a fountain of youth as you mentioned very popular in Japan used mainstream from promoting beauty from within as a capsule, but here in North America. People just aren't as familiar with it. But listen to this. It has sixty human studies validating its efficacy. And as a pharmacist, there's really caught my attention. And this nutrient is not something that you can get enough of in diet. It's founded salmon, but you'd really have to eat a lot of phantom like five pounds. Just to get a good daily dose much. I love salmon. But I'm not going that far, Sherry, I I didn't know that there were sixty plus human clinical studies in this specific natural form of as-as anthem. That happens to be impurities asked to ethics formula talked about Japan. This is a capsule, this particular esta zanthosyn is all the rage for skin health as they've been finding in Japan. Very very interesting on so many fronts here, right? Yeah. For sure I mean asked his Anthon at just a four milligram dose. And that's the clinical dose that is in Purity's affects formula. It's clinically tested and shown to fight fine lines and wrinkles from the inside and millions in Asia, take a daily just for that. And I don't wanna get too technical here. But but just one human study that I'd like to mention to to back up these benefits they used the exact same dose and the type of Anthon that's impurities product, and they discovered significant benefits for skin hydration skin texture, smooth. Business elasticity reduction of skin spots and even a reduction of readiness and an improvement in the evenness of skin tone. We're talking about big beauty benefits, and it works from the inside out, which is fabulous men win. And it's really catching on here in North America. It sure is it's really impressive list of clinical benefits for beautifying skin from the inside out. And the wonder they love is there in Japan. And now we're learning about it here, but Sherry I know you like to say the wrinkle reducing benefits and the skin tone benefits are just part of this kind of the cherry on the top. What do you mean by this? Well, you know, I talked to a lot of people in the pharmacy every week. I work as a pharmacist. And I also get a lot of friends and family and colleagues asking me about their health than many people are in their fifties sixties seventies. And and they really liked the idea of supplement that can help to improve your parents of their skin. I mean, we all want beautiful useful skin. But for most people this really is the key benefit. What's at the top of the list? When you ask people like what what do they mostly monitor achieve in their house? No wellness. They want something that Trump that what they want something that will help to promote muscle strength, and they want stamina they wanna be able to do the activities. They enjoy golf tennis hiking playing with their kids and grandkids, and this is actually patented for muscle strength. You know, people want energy to fight fatigue. They might feel sharp. They're also concerned about their vision. They wanna keep their is healthy people are concerned about heart health circulation, immunity, all of these areas. Really we're talking about staying healthy from the inside out. So you know, when you think of it the skin benefits are compelling. But to me, it's really just the cherry on the top Sherri, you were saying that this is Anthony helps with endurance and performance against salmon loaded with Asda's Anthon, they perform these amazing feats of endurance asses. Anthony is also found in high levels in the eyes of seagulls. Now, that's interesting humans bike faster when they supplement with this specific form of Astor's anthem. So is there a common denominator? And all this. These kinds of bits of information research here is really clear asked Anthony is a molecule that feels healthy performance, energy stamina. Strength. That's what we see in nature. And that's what we see in humans to..

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"toko" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"toko" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"What we'll do is as we run, you'll build if we see in your HTML that there's a foam element and you've decorated it with a net defy attribute. We'll say, okay, we'll look at the full. See what form fields are in there, and we'll create for you on the fly an API that will post to for you automatically. So that's nuts. Adding another third party or Java script dependency, that's just purely giving you a full mandala. So now that that HTML has somewhere that it will post to two and then you can access that data either through the Adleman UI or we give you an API. We give you an API effectively for everything. So then you can get data back and use it in another build, or you can notify of things in this kind of things. So that's going to an obvious next step that we had this tooling and as there's a bunch of other things like we'll doom brench builds for you. So I don't know if you've. Ever ever lived through the pain of working on a big projects where you've had to create a production environment to staging environment at Devon, virement testing, environmental all manner of environments, which meant to be perfect facsimiles of each other. So you have confidence as you build, you'll site out and progress. It can be quite painful in creating all the infrastructure. The way that we do is that we just tweet every every bit of infrastructure. Just executives, say everything is affectively production infrastructure. This kind of thing that we're trying to come onto ties and that you build on Toko. So if you decide that will, you know, I want to be able to have a staged version of my sight as what is the production one. You do that using get conventions that exist already. So you'll create a branch, whatever you name that brench. We'll create an instance of your sights with that name prefixed in the URL as well for you. So it means that you create a death branch. You push that will also built that and we'll propagate that to death dot your sites, dot dot com. Heavy. So it means that you can start to create these these different environments that rule based on on branches and the kind of get infrastructure and workflows that develops already or d. kind of used to key is that these things are rule as production. The rule on the same global CDN. So there's no loss in performance between them. They're really kind of indicative of what the experience is true to going to be. So that's that's kind of quite powering. I'll give you another word in a second. No, sorry, I'm kind of rambling. This kind of leads me straight onto the next thing which is once you've got brench deploys where you can serve different versions from different branches of your site. You know, at the same level on the CDN we can start to add things like AB testing to that. Now, AB testing is one of those things which is often seen to be very powerful, but quite hard to do very, very well. Loss of popular approaches to this will may be used Java script to let you serve different versions of your site. So maybe kind of small Terezin to either some language. Awesome. UI and that's often done with Java script difficulty. There of course, is that we know that performance has a huge impact on experience. So if we're serving two versions of the.

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"toko" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"toko" Discussed on Harmontown

"Something in your dinner tonight. Extra delicious. Toko the movie the about of cocoa getting down. Toko dog. I don't do that. I don't make everybody do a movie, you know, that was a lot put upon you. Thank you for doing that shit. It's all good mash. It was a dope movie, man. He's going to be a sequel to this shit. I thought I could use another pass. I found it to be a little linear. I'm a story guy myself, like I didn't. I didn't pick up enough curvature. Yeah, I wanted to see him eating semen earlier. I think that could have been a nice. Those are the deleted scenes. She'll explicit for content. Why did this guy go to law school. Over clearly, he'd never once tried to use his law degree to get out of this situation or just practice law to get Toko and feel like characters called rich white lawyer just to get around all the anti semitic issues. There were the boardroom, let's call it what it is. Sounds become Tokyo's very best friend. Really? Yeah. In Tokyo. Two, two co? Yeah, the story, the story of rich, y lawyer. Oh, it's like it's like the rise of Taj. Already know exactly. It's a reverse rise of time. I didn't see van wilder or van wilder to the rise of ties. So I don't really. I feel like I can. I can figure out those movies for the posters. He really did it. I feel like Taj rises. He did. Some say he achieved new heights. Van never could've even dreamed of. Are.

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"toko" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"toko" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To fight wrinkles and fine lines from the inside out. So what is it? What nutrient? Are we talking about? Well, Sherry Turco's is here to reveal the secret. She's a practicing pharmacist and author. She's written more than a dozen books on health including the Canadian encyclopedia of natural medicine. Welcome to the program, Sherry Toko. It's good to have you here. Mark. Thanks so much for having me this secret nutrient that we're gonna be talking about it's called aska's, dancing and Reader's Digest safety brilliantly in an article called the latest antioxidant asked his Anthon is a fountain of youth as you mentioned, very popular in Japan, you mainstream from promoting beauty from within as a capsule, but here in North America, people just aren't as familiar with it. But listen to this. It has sixty human studies allocating its efficacy, and as a pharmacist there's really caught my attention. And this nutrient is not something that you can get enough of in diet. It's founded. Really have to eat a lot of phantom like five pounds. I love salmon. But I'm not going that far, Sherry, I I didn't know that there were sixty plus human clinical studies in this specific natural form of as-as anthem. That happens to be impurities asked to ethics formula talked about Japan. This is a capsule, this particular Asda's Anthon is all the rage for skin health as they've been finding in Japan. Very very interesting on so many fronts here, right? Yeah. For sure I mean accident at just four grand ghost. And that's the clinical dose that is in Purity's affects formula. It's clinically tested and shown to fight fine lines and wrinkles from the inside and millions in Asia, take it daily just for that. And I don't wanna get too technical here. But but just one human study that I'd like to mention to back up the benefits they used the exact same dose and the type of impurities product, and they discovered significant benefits for skin hydration skin texture. City reduction of skin spots and even every section of readiness and an improvement in the evenness the skin code. We're talking about big benefits, and it works from the inside out, which is fabulous men. Love it win. And it's really catching on here in North America. It sure is it's really impressive list of clinical benefits for beautifying skin from the inside out. And I wonder if they love it there in Japan. And now we're learning about it here, but Sherry I know you like to say the wrinkle reducing benefits and the skin tone benefits are just part of this kind of the cherry on the top. What do you mean by this? I talked to a lot of people in the pharmacy every week. I work as a pharmacist also get a lot of friends and family and colleagues asking me about their health than many people are in their fifties sixties seventies. And and they really liked the idea of a supplement that can help to improve your parents of their skin. I mean, we all want beautiful useful skin. But for most people this really is that the key benefit. What's at the top? When you ask people like what what did they most achieve in their house? They want something that that y. They want something that will help to promote muscle strength, and they want scamming they want to be able to do the activities. Enjoy golf tennis hiking playing with their kids and grandkids, and this is actually patented for muscle strength. And if people want energy have fight fatigue. They wanna feel sharp. They're also concerned about their vision. They want to keep their eyes healthy people are concerned about heart health circulation, immunity, all of these areas. Really we're talking about staying healthy from the inside out. So when you think of that, the skin benefits are compelling. But to me, it's really just the cherry on the top Sherri, you were saying that that's his Anthon helps with endurance performance against salmon loaded with Astra's Anthon, they perform these amazing feats of endurance asses anthem is also found in high levels in the eyes of seagulls. Now, that's interesting humans bike faster when they supplement with this specific form of Astor's Anthon. So is there a common denominator and all this? These kinds of bits of information. Here's really clear after Stanton. A molecule that feels healthy performance, energy stamina. Strength. That's what we see in nature. And that's what we see in humans to..

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"toko" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"toko" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"It every day to fight wrinkles and fine lines from the inside out. So what is it? What nutrient? Are we talking about? Well, Sherry Turco's is here to reveal the secret. She's a practicing pharmacist and author. She's written more than a dozen books on health including the Canadian encyclopedia of natural medicine. Welcome to the program, Sherry Toko. It's good to have you here. Hey there, Mark. Thanks so much for having me this secret nutrient that we're going to be talking about it called Astra's zanthosyn and Reader's Digest stay featured it brilliantly in an article called the latest antioxidant asked his Anthon is a fountain of youth as you mentioned very popular in Japan used mainstream from for promoting beauty from within as a capsule, but here in North America. People just aren't as familiar with it. But listen to this. It has sixty human studies validating its efficacy. And as a pharmacist, there's really caught my attention. And this nutrient is not something that you can get enough buzz in diet, it sounded salmon, but you really have to eat a lot of phantom like five pounds to get a good daily dose as much I love salmon. But I'm not going that far, Sherry, I I didn't know that there were sixty plus human clinical studies in this specific natural form of as-as anthem that happens to be impurities. To ethics formula talked about Japan. This is a capsule, this particular esta zanthosyn is all the rage for skin health as they've been finding in Japan. Very very interesting on so many fronts here, right? Yeah. For sure I mean asked his Anthon at just a four milligram dose. And that's the clinical dose that is in Purity's affects formula. It's clinically tested and shown to fight fine.

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"toko" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"toko" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"From the inside out? So what is it what nutrient? Are we, talking about Well Sherry Turco's is here, to reveal. The secret she's a practicing pharmacist and author she's written more than a dozen books on health including the Canadian encyclopedia of natural medicine welcome to. The program Sherry Toko? Is good to have you here There Mark thanks so much for, having me this secret nutrient that we're gonna be talking. About it's called Astra's zanthosyn, and Reader's Digest stay featured it brilliantly, in an article called. The latest antioxidant asked his, Anthon is fountain, of youth as you, mentioned very popular in Japan. Used mainstream from promoting beauty from within as a capsule but here in North, America people just, aren't as familiar with it but listen to this it. Has sixty human studies validating its efficacy and as a pharmacist there's. Really caught my, attention and this nutrient is not something. That, you can get enough of in diet it's founded salmon but you really have to eat a lot of San I'm like five pounds just to get, a good daily show. Much, I love salmon but I'm not going that. Far Sherry I I didn't know. That there were sixty plus human clinical studies in, this specific natural form of as-as anthem. That happens to be. Impurities. Asked to ethics formula talked about Japan Now this is a. Capsule this particular esta zanthosyn is all the rage. For skin health as they've been finding in Japan very very interesting on so many fronts here right. Yeah for sure I mean asked his Anthon at just a four milligram dose, and that's the clinical dose that is in Purity's affects. Formula it's clinically tested and, shown to fight fine lines and wrinkles, from the inside and. Millions of Asia take daily, just for that, and I don't wanna, get too technical here but. But just one key human study that I'd like to mention to back up, these benefits they, use the exact same dose and the type of thing. That's impurities product and they discovered significant benefits for skin hydration skin. Texture smoothness elasticity, reduction of skin spots and even a. Reduction, of redness and improvement in the evenness the skin tone so we're talking about big beauty benefits and it worked from the inside out which is fabulous, men love it winning And it's really, catching on here in North America it sure is it's really? Impressive list. Of clinical benefits for beautifying skin, from the inside, out and the wonder they love is there, in Japan and now. We're learning about it here but Sherry I. Know you like to, say the wrinkle reducing benefits and the. Skin, tone benefits are just part of this kind of the cherry on the top what do you mean by this well. You, know I talked to a lot of, people? In, the pharmacy. Every week, I work as a pharmacist Nile so get a, lot of friends and family and colleagues asking me about their. Health than many people are you know in their fifties sixties seventies and they really liked the idea of a supplement that can, help to improve the appearance of their skin, I mean we all want beautiful useful skin but for most people this really isn't the key. Benefit what's at the top of the list when you ask people what what could they most want to achieve in their, health no, wellness they want something that Trump, that what they want something that will help to promote muscle strength and they. Want stamina they wanna be able to, do the activities they enjoy golf tennis, hiking playing with. Their kids and. Grandkids And this is actually patented, for muscle, strength people want energy to fight fatigue they, wanna feel sharp they're also concerned about their vision they want to keep their eyes healthy people are concerned. About hard house circulation immunity all? Of, these areas, really we're talking about staying healthy inside out so you know when. You think of that the skin, benefits are compelling but to me it's really just the cherry on the top Sherri you were saying that, that's this, Anthony helps with, endurance and, performance against salmon loaded with asked Anthon they perform these amazing feats of endurance asses Anthony is also found. In high, levels in the eyes of seagulls, now that's interesting humans, bike faster when they supplement with. A specific form of Astra's anthem so is there a common, denominator in all of this these kinds of bits of information? Research here. Is really clear asked us Anthon, is a molecule, that feels healthy performance energy stamina strength that's, what we see in. Nature and that's what we see in humans. To it's like if, you're getting older.

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"toko" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"toko" Discussed on KGO 810

"Of people in Japan use it every day to fight wrinkles and fine lines from the inside out Out so what is it what, nutrient are we, talking about well Sherry Turco's is here to reveal the. Secret she's a practicing. Pharmacist and author she's written more than a dozen. Books on health including the Canadian encyclopedia of natural medicine welcome to. The program Sherry Toko it's good to, have you, here hey Mark, thanks so much for having me this secret. Nutrient that we're gonna be talking about is called Astra's Samphan. And, Reader's Digest stay featured. It brilliantly in an article called the latest it antioxidant asked Anthony. Is a fountain. Of youth as you, mentioned very popular in Japan used mainstream from promoting, beauty? From within as a capsule but, here in North America people just aren't as, with, it but but listen to this it has sixty human. Studies validating Suffolk ac- and as a pharmacist there's. Really caught my attention and this nutrient, is not. Something that you can get enough of in diet it's founded salmon but you really have to eat a lot of Santa I'm like five pounds Just to. Get a good daily? Jokes I love salmon but I'm? Not, going that far as Sherry I I didn't. Know that there were sixty plus. Human clinical studies in this specific natural form of, SS anthem that happens to be impurities. Asked to ethics formula, talked. About. Japan this is a capsule this. Particular, does, Anthon is all the rage for. Skin health as they've been finding in Japan very very interesting on so many fronts here right yeah for sure I mean asked his Anthon at just a four. Milligram dose and that's the clinical dose that is in Purity's affects formula, it's clinically tested and shown to fight fine.

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"toko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"toko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"With my dinner at dinnertime i take respiratory and talk with final toko trion wall protects my white matter and arrest virtual helps detoxify my gray matter i know what i'm doing that's what i do that's my new thing because of all the evidence coming out now while the evidence on inflammation under brain damage damaged the white matter of debris leading to alzheimer's disease so here's the journal stroke stroke is one of the four major journals of the american heart association it was funded by the national institutes health down a bethesda maryland and the cdc was involved down in atlanta and they looked at people one hundred and twentyone people who had white matter damage in their brain baby had mini strokes maybe they had concussions maybe they played soccer football something messed up there bring they had white matter damage half of them they gave our took a train all to one that's on special today the other half they gave placebo for two years this is a very well powered study a wall powered study means enough people for a long enough time this is superbly well powered study it's great evidence so they gave them toko triangles twice a day for two years while placebo look the same but it didn't have a trans twice a day for two years the people on placebo which is a fake pill the damage in their brain was growing and spreading the damage was growing and spreading through their white matter it was getting telegraph throughout the brain but the people on the toko all the damage did not grow it did not spread it was protecting them from brain damage it did not grow it did not spread so that was two years they went back a year after the study ended neurologist and they re examine these people's brains they found a people on the placebo their damage continued to grow and spread but the people on the toko trinamool there was actually evidence that the brain was healing it actually was decreasing the amount of damage in the white matter to bring this white metal each terrible brain diseases has grown older so tokyo trials special today i think they're major benefit is the brain they do help protect our artery walls from getting encrusted what plaque cholesterol plaque they do help protect.

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"toko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"toko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Toko trinamool even if you're on a blood thinner to shield your brain you don't need you to tokyo trinamul she normally vitamin e if you take an offer to brain can thin the blood if you're on a blood thinner that may become an issue but with toko trion walls at so much more powerful than regular vitamin e you don't need that much to shield your brain they did a study at the wexner center over at ohio state university i have two studies i have all these studies done on mentioning now they unfortunately they were animals that spontaneously have strokes the animals spontaneously stroke out they gave them this taco trinamul minimal amounts and it was getting into their brain and shielding their bring from destruction it was reducing the aftermath of the number of dead cells in the brain it was protecting the brain at low doses so then they took adult women and they gave them these low doses very low doses but yeah they had to a mathematical model if if if a mouse shwe's i dunno was a mouse wait three ounces they have to figure out the dosage what would be an equivalent dosage for one hundred seventy pound woman basically so it would be a little bit more right but not that much and they found out giving small doses of toko walls and they used our tokyo trinamul all these studies i'm talking about us our tokyo trento that's why people love.

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"toko" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"toko" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Paying attention to risk factors for diabetes before diabetes ever raises its ugly head is a good idea because these conditions are largely reversible if you catch these things in time there's a form of vitamin e the toko trion all the other half of the vitamin e family toko trials are also associated with a reduction in fatty liver disease milk thistle so limor in which is an herb that's really very good for the liver alpha lipoic acid which is an antioxidant it's very good for the liver these are compounds that also help the body to deal with western diet and are less likely to have that diet progress to fatty liver disease and then the fast title choline which is a supplement that was really probably in its heyday in the nineteen eighties it's the active compound in less than which really was in its heyday in the seventies and eighties maybe even as far back as the sixties but foster title choline is also something that is very very good for the liver and people that are chronic over consumers of alcohol me to supplement was foster title choline milk thistle and alpha lipoic acid and phosphate title choline supplements in a big study that didn't get enough attention in the late nineteen eighties this was a study that was done with babboons and they gave them the majority of their calories from beer so beerdrinking babboons and some of the babboons got phosphate title choline supplements some of them did not the ones that did not developed psoriasis of the liver and the ones that got the title choline didn't even though the majority of their calories were coming in from alcohol they did not have liver damage associated with the psoriasis that would be associated with having a large fraction of your calories coming in from alcohol what demonstrated was that the foster title choline was really protective against the influences of excessive alcohol consumption we don't talk enough about the negative impact of too much alcohol on a on a regular basis but if you really want to protect your liver there are a number of nutrients that are pat o' protective liver protective and in this study the full late and the beach well which would simply be derived from taking a good multivitamin every day kind of insurance against low levels of critically important nutrients could be very protective if you wanted to add to that maybe have a family history of.

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"toko" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"toko" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Lowers the risk of cervical cancer in women are finding all these things about vitamin e it's making a huge comeback it's a very seriously important nutrient but yet there's a form of vitamin e that you only need tiny amounts to truly get great benefit it's call toko try and wall it's not your grandfather's vitamin e effect you may not even be aware of it unless you've listened to programs like this over the years toko trying to all form of vitamin e tiny amounts have very powerful benefits very powerful benefits and a toko trying all we have there's actually fifteen new studies being published now on this toko trinamul for hair loss for circulation and heart health for protecting the brain for mini strokes i mean it's just some powerful stuff coming out about so this particular toko toronto all accustomed malaysia a customer red palm you've heard it a red palm well you know dr oz has spoken about a number of times red palm oil has a bunch of really good nutrients in it keratin lloyd's toko triangles they're all very healthy stuff things not lower cholesterol that protect the brain that protect the heart in any event we get a further derivation of it where the palm oil is removed leaving behind a toko trion will and it's super concentrated so when you get our toko trion wall and it's twenty five million is tokyo train will it actually represents one hundred and twenty five milligrams bacteria so they were doing some really pretty astounding studies on the tokyo trials for instance they were giving toko trials to people what liver failure and they didn't expect these people to live they were giving it to them for another reason palliative reason and the people that liver failure were surviving they never expected there were giving him this specific tokyo triangle and they thought these people had a short time left terrible prognosis complete liver failure basically and all of a sudden these people were surviving and they were surviving a long time like a year year and a half beyond what what was forecast beyond their prognosis effect amani toomer surviving long enough to find a donor to get a.

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"toko" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"toko" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Classes sets up an altar every year and some of the parents are comfortable with it and some of them are not and it's interesting to see that once we explain what the tradition is uh my families lost a lot of family members so a special to me to have my kid you know with all term with this movie understand what it means to honor and remember luck um i just think that the movie make a beautiful connection between appreciating life and remembering those who have passed in a way to children can grass i know they're stand in the skeletons don't seem so scary and i just think dealing with death and some of these kids movies has been awful wrecked someone dies and they come back to life and so just to being able to remember an honor and knowing that their dead i think is something that um i as a parent i really appreciate your laura i i'm glad you brought that up of me one of the things that kind of hooked me about the movie and for those of you listening by the way we are discussing this movie spoilers and also if you haven't seen toko yet and you want to see it you might want to listen to this conversation later online at the one a dot org but laura one of the things that hit me i don't know if he hit you was just the the motif of the film about remembrance about how if you are not remembered you lose your connection to the living and eventually your spirit goes away i loved it i mean i have lost a father and a sister and many many more and i continue to try to remember them when i see a butterfly or members sister i see a bird i remember my dad and um i think that the fear of children when they lose someone that the memory will go away and that you have to keep the memory alive and try to tell a first your grader he's lost a parent that i think it's hard to translate um so i think that this movie is um one that um override a lot of comfort for kids who live in a.

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