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"Futures down, 49 point, says two B's drop 11 NASDAQ futures declined by 47 US. A 10 Year old at 1.44% Gold is up five and Shanghai felt 1.2% overnight. Well, European markets are in the green this morning. Backing US on the economic front of two o'clock. Feds Daily speaks to the Economic Club of New York after the bell last night soon, Video reported. Shares are up 9% pre market and regarding earnings this morning target beat estimates. In other news, Roco files herself to a billion dollars in stock and wrapping things up. 80 T was cut to underweight at Barclays Down, Hank raised overrated Wells Fargo. And zoom video raised overweight over at Piper Live from the first to pick a new status combo
Institutions still underweight on AAPL despite strong 2020 growth
"Institutional ownership of apple. Shares is near an all time high according to morgan stanley analyst. Katie huber d but it is nowhere near enough and harassed mation could be helpful at this point to find out what institutional ownership is according to the site investo pedia institutional ownership is the amount of the company's available stock owned by mutual or pension funds insurance companies investment firms private foundations endowments or other large entities that manage funds on behalf of others. The site goes onto. Explain that once those institutions get into a company. They tend to stay there for a while. Not only this pulling shares out of circulation raise the value of shares outstanding. Their decision to get in can lead other investors to do the same despite being near all time highs institutional ship of apple is still under weight according to a note from hubert to clients posted on apple three not. Oh the way she and hers. Apple is likely to see revenue growth of twenty two percent in fiscal year. Twenty twenty one and earnings per share growth of thirty six percent. That's based on a few numbers. That i wish i understood but i sadly do not
Two injured seals recovering after Jersey Shore beach rescues
"And the agency that helped them now needs some help itself as we hear from K Y W. Kimberly At on February, 4th, the Marine mammal stranding center found a seriously injured harbor seal on the beach and strapped mere the center's founding director. Bob Shell. Cough says the €1 pop had a large wound under its right. Flipper also extended into the flipper itself, where one of the bones were exposed, and he's doing fine and still has the use of that flipper and just last week and underweight for Week old Gray seal was discovered with minor injuries in Belmar and after much care. She's OK too there eating that £2.5 per feeding three times a day, so that a bit expensive with the fish. We don't go out and catch the fish. We have to buy commercial from the specialty diet, much needed surgeries and upkeep, he says. The center relies on donations. Everything that we need, including gas, tickle, get the animals paid by donation. And he says Staying connected to the public is also okay. It's website and Facebook page are both full of information. You can check out the status of the pups. They'll be really East in a month. Kimberly Adams K Y. W News Radio three week old seal pup has been
Are You Underweight Chinese Stocks? Pros and Cons of Investing in China
"Are you under weight chinese stocks. Should you be. I recently got an email from a member of money for the rest of us. Plus he lives in switzerland but grew up in asia. He mentioned that he has been a long term investor in china as he analyzed his chinese equity investments in two thousand twenty. He noticed that they didn't fall. As much as stocks in other countries and the currency held its value relative to the us dollar. He went to look at his overall exposure to chinese trying to calibrate it within his per folio he noticed that relative to the size of the chinese economy which is the second largest in the world that he was underweight chinese stocks in fact the major stock indices. Msci all country world index has five point two percent in china yet. China's gross domestic product the monetary value of their output is over sixteen percent of global. Gdp trying to figure out. Well what should his weight be. He's primarily getting his performance through an a-share etf china a-shares our stock shares that trade on mainland china and trade in the local chinese currency the lon new trade on the shanghai stock exchange and the shenzhen stock exchange historically these chinese a-shares are only available to domestic investors but since two thousand three china has allowed certain institutional investors to acquire license to be able to purchase some of these chinese a share stocks for example back in two thousand fifteen vanguard. Was i allowed to buy these chinese a-shares stocks up to one point five billion dollars. It was at that time. They added chinese. A shares to their emerging market stocks index fund and etf trading nature's has typically been dominated by local chinese investors and returns have been volatile in twenty twenty though they gained forty one percent incredible performance. It was the result of the chinese economy performing better than any developed or developing economy in the world in two thousand twenty in this episode. We're going to look at. What should our weight be in china in our stock portfolio. There's definitely some pros and cons to investing in china and that's what this member was trying to figure out what what what should his weight be in. China been twenty twenty. The chinese economy officially grew two point three percent some of its weakest annual rate of growth. But the best in the world. now there's always some controversy regarding how accurate are the official economic statistics in china. I subscribe to capital economics which produces something called the china activity proxy and it's an estimate of economic growth using different metrics that they have much more confidence in and they show that the economy grew close to seven percent in the fourth quarter from four point nine percent in the third quarter. This is on a basis chinese. gdp it's gross domestic product the measure of what it produces its output of goods and services has been growing faster than many areas around the world for over a decade and as a result. The chinese economy is getting to be a larger percentage of overall global gdp in china. And this is data from. Moody's referenced an article in the wall street journal. China in two thousand ten made up ten percent of world. Gdp us in two thousand. Ten was twenty three point two percent of global. Gdp at the end of two thousand twenty. China had grown to sixteen point eight percent of global gdp while the us has shrunk to twenty two point two percent so china at its six percentage points. The us lost one percent. As i mentioned the chinese economy grew in twenty twenty and one reason it grew was because of americans that were stuck in their homes. And we're able to travel and go out to eat. And instead bought goods off. Amazon and other stores and as a result exports from china surged in november chinese exports grew twenty one point one percent compared to the prior month and exports to the. Us grew forty six percent. Despite all the trade war rhetoric new tariffs individuals. Continue to purchase things that were made in china and many. Us companies continue to make a lot of their things in china. That growth in exports certainly helped the chinese economy. The other thing that helped the chinese economy cover is day to day. Life has generally returned to normal. The country was able to better control the coronavirus and as a result people are back driving their cars. They're taking public transportation china's not kobe. Free this past week on one day the recorded two hundred and ten new covert cases the highest since march but only two hundred and ten compared to the thousands and thousands of new covid cases confirmed each day in the us. The chinese economy has rebounded because all that manufacturing of those exports has allowed migrant workers which make up about a third of the workforce to take their jobs again. So incomes are growing in china and they're also benefiting because during the early months of the pandemic the chinese increase the amount that they're saving chinese households. Increase your savings rate. Now there appear more willing to spend that savings on buying goods and services and that has helped propel the chinese economy forward.
Donald Trump claims vaccine would have taken 5 years if he wasn't president
"Trump says he deserves the credit for the fast rollout of the Corona virus vaccine Less than a year after the first cases were discovered in the U. S President Trump is praising Fizer and others forgetting this vaccine rollout underweight, But he also says he deserves some credit for getting a vaccine created, tested and now approved just a few months into this pandemic. If I wasn't president, you wouldn't have a vaccine for five years, okay? Pushed the FDA and companies and everybody else involved like nobody's ever been pushed before. For weeks, the president has been publicly calling on the FDA to speed up its approval, especially after the U. K in Canada signed off on five years vaccine on Friday night. The vaccine was approved for emergency use, and top health officials insist, though politics was not a factor going into the FDA is decision. Mark MEREDITH reporting. The first
How Police Violence Could Impact The Health Of Black Infants
"Floyd's killing in Minneapolis placed police violence again in the national limelight, with protests erupting. But black and Brown communities say the effective police violence is felt long after demonstrations died down. In fact, research shows trauma from racism and violence can leave imprints on a community's health, including on pregnant women. Here's NPR's Yuki Noguchi. Outside the corner store where George Floyd died. Murals, stuffed animals and origami cranes filled the street. So I'm Rachel Heart of men. I am on the faculty. Rachel Hardman grew up nearby and it's a public health professor at the University of Minnesota. We walk in a field where there's a memorial for victims of police violence. It looks like a replica of a cemetery with about 200 grave markers like Ralph Bell, right? Hard del Cheryl over here. Many of these people were local and died at the hands of police. Travis Jordan in Minneapolis. He's actually it was a friend of one of my dear friends, Hardman surveys to makeshift cemetery. My first thought, is it This isn't even all of the names. And that breaks my heart. This scene, she says, doesn't capture the whole of the problem that police violence leaves marks across a community of survivors, their families and neighbors. Hardiman studies racial disparities in health, focusing on a longstanding problem. Black mothers die in childbirth of 3 to 4 Times The rate of whites That holds true regardless of wealth or education. Black babies are more than twice as likely to die in their first year. Research suggests racial discrimination is a likely cause of both preterm birth and infant mortality. Weighing factors like obesity, smoking or poor prenatal care. Hartmann's latest research looks at how police violence in particular might affect that. She studied women in and around Minneapolis after police shot Philando Castille in 2016, and two years later, Thurman Blevins Thurman Blevins had just been killed in North Minneapolis. And we asked folks do you feel like this is impacting your current pregnancy and Over half of the women in our study said Yes, nearly 60% of those women gave birth to pre term babies who were underweight or died at route, she says. It's about stress. Ah, lifetime of struggles of her housing, education and safety. Large body research shows that that stress across pregnancy can have an impact on low birth weight and preterm birth in particular. Then in the start of life is so important, because if we can't get that, right, you know we're setting someone up for a lifetime of pain and a struggle and disadvantage. Examining these struggles, Hardman says, might help doctors better understand challenges for women like Raven Cane. I meet cane and her three week old daughter, Remmy. Okay. Prior to Remmy Kane had five miscarriages with no medical explanation about what caused them. I had gotten an ultrasound and had seen a baby in a strong heartbeat. Literally had come back the next day, and there was nothing there. So I just had this really high anxiety anxiety about losing her pregnancy with Remmy, too. She was about four months pregnant when the pandemic hit. Then George Floyd died blocks from her parent's home. You know, During that time, it was constant sirens when they were saying that the KKK was supposedly in town, and it's just stressful. It's like and then you're trying to Carry life and then you're thinking about them being a black person in this world and the things that they might encounter, Kane tried to distract herself by hosting a family party to reveal she was having a girl. My dad was jumping open down like he was so heavy, he said. He was in the garage and cried a little bit, cried partly out of relief. He told her the world wasn't safe for black boys. Midwife Rebecca Polston. Here's that often. Holsten started roots community birth center five years ago to offer women more support than a traditional hospital. Clinic defied the odds in five years on Lee. One client has had a preterm birth, she says. That's because the clinic addresses trauma. Some of the things that we explore is not finding out the sex. Of their baby because the stress that it brings when you find out that you're having a black sun. That kind of stress, she says, is palpable all around her. After George Floyd's death, Colston says she confronted a group of white men flying Confederate flags three blocks away. She closed the birthing center for a week. But the threat, she says, isn't just from outsiders. Once an elderly neighbor fainted nearby, Polston and her staff rushed to help and the police came up with their hands on their guns saying, What are you doing to us while we're taking blood pressure clearly healthcare providers those Interactions where those who you call for help. May not come to help you but come to harm you shadows every aspect of one's life and it becomes especially acute when you're in your birthing phase of your life. That rings true for coming Love Valenzuela. I don't know how to explain it, but I feel like that trauma is just in my body balance way Low is a doula. Originally from Chile Four years ago, she went into early labor. On her way to the hospital. Police pulled her over for driving with high beams on she told him. him. I I have have an an emergency. emergency. I'm I'm pregnant pregnant and and he he stops stops me. me. I I need need to to see see your your driver's driver's license license and and registration. registration. So So I'm I'm scrambling, scrambling, shaking. shaking. Just remembering makes like my heart beagle so fast. She was scared and her contractions intensified. She says he'd be raided her ticketed her and insisted she keep the windows rolled down its frigid cold. I'm crying my tears or freezing as they're coming down because it's so cold. Her baby survived. But this spring, Valenzuela nearly died giving birth to her second child. She blames her earlier encounter with police because my uterus had worked so hard, potentially from this previous Drama. I actually had an acute hemorrhage. Two months later, George Floyd died about a mile away. She's still haunted that he called out for his mother as he died. So, too, is researcher Rachel Hardiman. You know, when George plaids yelled for his mama and summon all mothers, Hardman stands just a few feet from where he was killed. It's just so painful. You know, this'd why do the work that I do is so that every mom gets to have a healthy baby and Have a good life. She's expanding her research nationally to keep digging into the connections between police violence and its impact on mothers and their babies.
Wall Street Week Ahead: After monster rally, investors cautious as U.S. recovery wobbles
"We start with that monster rally on Wall Street today the SNP up more than one and a half percent and the Dow jumping over four hundred points. As you can see there, the Nasdaq also up nearly two percent leading those markets, higher energy stocks, financials, and the small caps as well. Investors appearing hopeful a new deal for stimulus is coming down the Pike but markets are still down significantly for the month does today's action give you a reason to perhaps be more optimistic and for that perhaps I I will turn to you first. dominated. Welcome. It's always wonderful to have you on board got a bonus hour with you. So that's fantastic and you know I think the answer. Your question is yes but you can't say that in a vacuum something we talked about over the last couple of weeks was you probably see a short term market bottom on a day the market sells off and the volatility index sells off with it and you actually saw that. Over a few days, NOP can speak to this vicks topped out around thirty six, and as the market was selling off, the VIX was selling off down to the twenty five and a half level that gave you a pretty good indication that maybe we were going to bottom. I mentioned that because one of the things we said now for a while off that low that we made a week and a half or two. Weeks ago the obvious move at this point was probably a moved back to the prior all time high of thirty, three, ninety, three that we made back in February and Steve can speak to this because now does that make sense for that reason it also makes sense because it would be a text book, fifty percent correction of the recent, all time high and the low. We made a couple of weeks ago. So the. Answer is yes. But let's see what happens when we get there and when I say when because I do think we're GONNA rally another forty or so snp handles. All right. So Steve, let's bring you in because guy teed it up for you. There is this level is this a market right now the action you've seen that makes you feel as though you're comfortable being long comfortable putting new money to work right now. So I know everyone wants to have that gut instinct of being positive on the overall market and this market has shown you nothing. But positively, because that gap tom is closing from the corona bottom to when we finally actually restart the economy. But you talked about a couple of levels, fifty percents I'm sorry, the fifty day moving average I heard you talking about today on air thirty, three, fifty, three. So we closed right around that level that's why people are keying in on that level where did we bounce from the hundred day moving average which was thirty, two tech? So this is technically A great set up to play it for a bounce. But the problem is we still have what the problem was. We have an overbought market granted. We work that awful just a little bit. But what has been the most overbought the tech space the most bloated names, those six or ten names that we all focus on. Doesn't mean that. Have not. Rally doesn't mean that other sectors have doubt rally. But it's time to take a pause because the market and the economy or two totally different things. A lot of volatility going forward the biggest thing for me dumb month end quarter in this week. So I heard. I heard it was mentioned prior to us on closing bell I still think it's a big deal I. still think people were under weight energy. We had emanate today I still think people are underweight financials. We saw those rally today what sold off what rallied into month and I think that's what you have to keep an eye on. Let's see if it lasts a week or so Tim Seymour over the last week over the last five days of looking at our screens here it says that the big one of the bigger cloud computing. Is Up over three percent semiconductors that particular ETF the ticker SMH look at a lot is up over three percent right now for five trading days, we also saw financials and energy to Steve's point lead the rally today. So those are two different parts of the market both assuming some kind of leadership role does that then mean that there is this kind of all clear signal, the bad and the good are going up at the same time. Downgrade having you getting me to say you've got an all clear signal is something that's tough to do But I I hear where you are, and if you look at the triple cues and the Nasdaq one hundred, you've rallied almost six percent over three sessions. The semi's which they have multiple times over the last couple of years and certainly coming out of the worst dacoven to have have certainly been a leader and something to follow it. In fact, they've they've kind of lead the way. So both of these are now back over the fifty Todd Gordon will be your to talk some. Of the technicals and a bit, but you're talking about the broadening of the market and to the extent that maybe you're excited today about the move in retail and in small caps and along with that with the banks, and if you look at the European banks were up over three and a half percent. So these are the parts of the mark that I think people wanna see the good news for all investors. So back to at least where you've had an all clear and where I don't think anything has changed is the guys who talked about some oversold conditions I have to do that I. Think. The Nasdaq can contract can correct further down and I I mentioned kind of those late June early July levels but the Fed is still very much your I think the payroll numbers this weaker are going to give you some sense of where the labor market certainly is going to need a lot more fiscal health than just with monetary policy is but I think you've got a case where you've at least seen parts of the economy. Especially, the transports give you a lot of reason for confidence in terms of leadership and they lead you on the way down from two thousand, eighteen to. Twenty thousand nine hundred and transports have been outperforming the market for the last almost four months now. So many key bellwether esque type parts of the market that we're watching right now. So I'M GONNA turn now to Pete and Jerry, and I know that you're on the news line with us right now at CNBC let's talk a little bit about what you're seeing in terms of trading action there is there something that makes you feel as though this is a constructive environment or are we do for a little bit more consolidation perhaps even some more discount pricing in the coming weeks ahead of the election. Well I certainly could see the consolidation side of it. Tom. This. Also though in the derivatives world where I live I gotTA. Tell you something a lot of bullish activity over recent weeks and and it just continues to come come in now A. Lotta that short term today we are seeing a little bit longer term type offer. Options that we were seeing whether we're buying in major indices. So I'm not even just talking specific names or whatever. I'm just talking about indifferent indices across the board we're seeing some buying. So it felt like a bullish tone potentially, but not as much short-term as we had been seeing that makes it a little bit more interesting because it's very easy to sit there in the very short term in. This movement that we are seeing but to commit to buy those kind of premiums that you've got to to be able to go out to January and December that says a lot more about what the what, what they really are feeling those very large buyers out there in the marketplace. So volatility guy brought this up and I just have to address this real quick volatility was selling off all day. It was doing early then it started to sell off. We actually nearly closed on the absolute lows of the session, which was pretty interesting to see how that volatility index was coming down as market came down from being up five hundred down to four hundred yourself. A lot of different things going on right now. But certainly, there are sectors that I'm impressed with the do lead us a little bit. More so out where we have been recently light transports like material and a few other names I like seeing what we thought financial today. But that's one day. We haven't been able to see financial foot back to back to back days together for a very long period of time. So that nothing I think we got to watch very very closely. All
Does Physical Activity Increase Life Expectancy?
"Done of 11,000 Canadians over a period of 12 years. Divided these 11,000 people into five groups. Okay. First group are underweight underway Second group when Homo group were overweight, OK, Fourth group were obese, and the fifth group were morbidly obese, right? Now. The study includes statistical adjustments for sex, age, smoking, physical activity, alcohol assumption and similar things and they're the goal and what they did was they isolated this to the relationship between what's called a body mass index, hubby, Am I and the mortality In other words, they wait and how long they lived. The results were. The conclusions were That if you were underweight that had the greatest reduction in your longevity really way. So if you were underweight, you live the shortest length of time the M I of less than 18.5%. Yes, you system astounded by that. Keep going. Isn't it amazing? The second group that sustained the greatest loss in terms of longevity was the morbidly obese, which probably doesn't surprise you that that's very logic. What was amazing in the study? What was surprising was the other three groups normal, overweight and obese. All had the same longevity really did not change. Okay? So certainly wrong in the 1st 1 frank fake, So let's go to the next one. What about exercise? That is a lot of scientific literature out there that's really trying desperately to document the longevity promoting benefits of exercise. Assigns supporting. It is tenuous. At best it is. It is OK. Based on all of the statistical evidence most of us are going to make it soar about 80 to 90 anyway, regardless of our weight, regardless of our level of exercise. Oh, you mean you mean exercising a lot every day, doesn't it? Extend your life. Not at all. Not at least not based on this current studies. We have nothing to support that does exercise. Help it all. We're going to talk about that in a moment. Okay, So if this is the case, then Frank, why not lean back on a couch? Suck on a dairy queen Blizzard, eat some rocky road and watched a great movie. You know, Life is good life, right? I live and I have my way of lengthening my life. I'm excited, Well, not so far. So if you have to fly, let's say 13 hour flight like I sometimes do to go down to Australia and New Zealand, you gotta have the pleasant experience of sleeping 13 hours in economy. Maybe a little seat. Or would you rather be up in first class in your own cubicle? Sleeping horizontal? I mean, let's face it, you end up in the same place at the same time, I'd rather be horizontal. Thank you. The difference is the quality of the journey. Exactly. So it is with your time between now and when you turn 85 it is the quality of the journey. It's the quality of your life between now and then. Much like traveling in first class, though there's a price came and planning that is necessary. Now, how does this tie in to help me tie this into the Yardley Institute and what you do, aligning the brain and body connection? Restoring well, our destination is a full gone conclusion. Sure, The quality of the journey, however, is not Right, Being overweight sets you up for a litany of health problems, cardiovascular disease and so on. And so on. Knees go out. Hips need replacement all the fit tight diabetes, all that stuff exactly. But if you exercise on a regular basis, you actually put off the fragility that is thie inevitable Progress of ages. Sure, that makes perfect sense, too. So we all really have a choice. When we take a look at it. You could sit back and do nothing. You can wait for something to go wrong, and it will go wrong and then you'll patch it up and you'll live with the permanent damage that comes with it and wait for the next thing to go. You know, it's that you contrive the car badly, and every time you hit something, have it repaired. Not going to get a new car and it's just gradually. You're just want fixing one thing after another. Sure that's exactly right. Or you can make a different choice. You could be proactive. You can get you control systems and communications systems checked out corrected if they need to be, And in so doing, you can ensure a much better quality of life. Well, then we better
"underweight" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Executives, police and politicians all got together to pass out free laptop computers to Children. They say it's one way to keep them off the streets where, sadly last night another child was shot. Over each of the last three weekends. A child under the age of 10 has been shot and killed in Chicago, WG and sports. Here's Kevin Powell. Thank you. Kim. The Big 10 conference says It'll only play conference games in football on several other sports this fall. League, citing medical advice and reaching its decision, the biggest yet by a power conference, in a statement of Big 10 says that limiting competition to other Big 10 institutions will give the conference the greatest flexibility to adjust its own operations throughout the season and make quick decisions. Here's what Northwestern head football coach Pat Fitzgerald had to say, joining the Big 10 network after the announcement. Obviously, we have coaches have been asked Engage our student athletes and and really share their voices, which I'm very thankful to be able to do that to the conference and just work on the way that if we can play the most safe way possible, and this was AA step in that direction today. Meanwhile, Major League Baseball releasing its 2021 scheduled today, Cubs and White Sox both open up on April 1st socks on the road at Anaheim Cubs against the Pirates at Wrigley. The White Sox announcing they used these Schomburg boomers Home ballpark as its training facility for its taxi squad this season engulf underweight Murrayfield in Dublin, Ohio, Adam Hedwin Lee paces the field at the workday Charity Open at six under. Home of the Black Ox, Northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball. Kevin Powell..
"underweight" Discussed on Food Psych
"To stop dieting. One was leaving the show. I don't think I could have done it at least not as early as I did. Living there because there's so much pressure on looking a certain way and I had to listen to women who were very petite and very much small and not at all. You know facts talk about being fat. Because they weren't a certain size they weren't this size versus the size they were and so they were and it was like no no no no no no just shut up like I mean I wanNa have sympathy but at the same time. It is hard when you're in my body and you're listening to your account for saying that she's fat like No. You're not fat you know. It's you're not fat like there's just no world in which you should be perceived as fat which isn't to say that you won't be because unfortunately you might even at a low weight. Some people get perceived as fat and I was one of them at one point when I was when I was on my first diet. I lost weight like most people do especially because I was a kid and I was active and it was summer when I was put on my diet so I lost weight and I was actually technically by the BMI standards underweight at one point for like five. It's but I was and that was when they wait us in gym class and I had no idea I was underweight. Nobody treated me like I was in a row. They never treated me like I was anything but fat so I understand that. Even people who are not fat get treated like they're fat but at the same time there is no way in hell that someone who is a straight size a synthesize. Whatever you WANNA call it looks at my body compared to theirs and does not realize that I am the fat one. Like it just doesn't happen. You two are swapping clothes and I am lucky if I can find close.
Learning Not To Hate Your Body Is The Key To Great Sex Ft. Emmalee Bierly
"Let's talk about the whole world of how our body image and how basically our body image and how we feel about ourselves and our habits impacts our relationships impact our sex life and impacts of communication that we have with our partners absolutely so we have to do is to bring it down even deeper which is the fact of how bodies are looked at within our world and culture. Which is that. Fitness is better yes. Fitness is about agreeing. But I sure don't agree but sick with me here. What our society and culture tells us as thinness is better. And here's you. Are you ready for the tea with it? Ready for him to go really deep really fast. Yeah listen the fuck the Patriarchy here right now okay. You're talking to the right right. Listen so for everyone listening. I want you to first of all. You're going to check out Bernie by emily and Amelia the galaxy and they were going to really talk about. There's a part of the industrial revolution. Where if you guys remember it? If we look at past art women were shapely and curvy and and that was a status symbol. Because it was food meant that you could afford food and you could afford the privilege of not working and you got to just live your curves in your beauty and then something happened in the nineteenth century where we started saying. You know what? It's really better if you can provide that you're women's fragile. She's delicate so I guess is meaning that you make enough money your saddest symbol that you don't need her to work so we started making. Your women should be small like property right so when the cultural shift happens about thinness is better. It was a large part because of the patriarchy. Yeah but do you think? Do you think that that shift happened? I mean I feel like women were sort of always looked at as property like the earliest but I thought it was. It was that if they were larger. Meant that your husband provide for right right and stead at so then we got to this really late toxic diet culture and a lot of the happens interesting around the industrial revolution. We'll do you think the difference is that once things started becoming mass produced. It was that you didn't have to chase down athlete. Like Gabba four when no one could get food and it was really hard to get food people who were able to get it. Looks like we're the status symbol because they were large enough because they weren't exactly right. So then this shit's happened then. It was all about women being small and fragile and delicate which is actually not at all what our bodies were meant to do so it impacts us in every single way we think about the morality and thinness. And what it's supposed to look like. Here's what we also know. It is literally more unhealthy to be five pounds. Underweight seventy pounds overweight really jess. How do we know this because there was literally research if you look into? And they've done this because they've done huge studies of tons of people where they looked at people that were deemed key is to be a my of overweight and their health was actually better than people that were five pounds underweight. Wow Yeah I mean I think that there are. There are definitely a lot of complications. I mean especially when it comes to like fertility in. Ivf though we whether you're under over but especially under yes. Okay so if we look at this and the broader sense and then to think about everything from our culture impacts is everything happens within context so yes. We're getting all these little things but also I want you to think about what did you and there's something of this culture of it's overt or covert so maybe growing up your mom look in the mirror and she said Oh. I'm so gross. I hate my thighs but maybe it was a little bit more curve. Covert than that. Maybe it was. You're so lucky you can have that cupcake. I have to eat these carrots right right and so hurt that so exactly and most of us did and not because our parents or mothers were bad people simply because they were just in the same realm. `As right so how do you think that Finis is sort of expected? How do you think that that demand that's place on women please out in relationships whether they're new started yet maybe people are just data so when we say the women is it's better to be thin right so when it's better to be thin it also means you're better than your relationship but it's thin that your husband will want more your partner will want you more or dating will be easier or you can? Even I mean we even have studies showed people that are overweight. Get paid less than people that are thin right so everything in your life is better. If you're thin and that includes your marriage let me tell you as somebody who spends almost all of their time working with marriages azures. Fuck does not matter what you weigh. It matters a hell of a lot more about what communication would a two-minute attachment. But we are fooled to think that life will be easier and better for me if I'm thin and in some ways it is right. I mean it's not like thin women having gotten divorced before we can name several. I think we could name many of them and in my office. But so okay. So let's say you know. I do think a lot of women may be listening to this. Podcast myself formerly felt like I can't date until I feel like I look a certain way. No one will want me until I feel like until I look a certain way. And then let's say okay. So let's say you do believe that but you do get into a relationship and you have a partner house. A relationship affected by women and how they feel about themselves and also the habits that they're by absolutely writes. It is a few things. So let's break it down a little bit too like Physical emotional mental which is a little easier all right so if I don't feel good about my body I probably don't WanNa be seen naked by you right right so. I'm probably going to be harder for me. To be able to be present in one of the things that we know is if sex is just about hitting a goal of. Let's just get to orgasm. Let's just get him to come and I'm out of here and listen. Let's not pretend like we don't do this. Lady's let's not pretend like in our head. We don't know exactly what moves to do to make our partner easily ejaculate a number fucking God go hide myself under the covers so that's once and what we really know. Is that good sex pleasure focused? But I can't be grounded and connected to my body if I hate it right and I can't have pleasurable focus sex if I hate my body. So let's say you do hate your body. How do you overcome that so that it stops kind of getting in the way of what should be really great absolutely so the first thing I want you to really think about is insight awareness and that leads to action so the inmate is inside is where did I learn to hate my body? What messages have I get? Do I continuously gigs. We're talking about stuff that happened in childhood so many of us get these messages every single day and also to my partner slyly. Tell me that I should be losing way. Does my mother still slightly tell me. I mean something that we know. We can even look at a U. Jewish semi. Yes right so Jewish mothers. What are they like to tell us? E but don't be too big and right yes has has knocked it off a lot but and that was something but also because they're others want to my mother grew up in Manhattan. My grandmother was part of the Newark Public School System. She was a teacher. My Mom has memories of being eight years old and having to go to the school district office for her mother to get weighed. Because you couldn't be a teacher if you were to fat really that's a real fucking story. That's insane a lot. I'm not that old this thing that was happening not that long ago. Who stopped that? I don't know it's a really great question. And she probably know the answer. I should look more into this. But so she has memories of being eight years old going with her mother to get weighed by the school district. That's crazy right so you're not a wrestler. That's your weight has nothing to do. Most of us are weight does not matter in our careers. Well maybe it doesn't matter in in the sense of there will be a measurement and then a consequence but I think that for all of us I think wait is consequential in a society. That is fundamentally fat phobic. Absolutely because you. It's like a halo effect if you're thin and beautiful on the outside people just assume that you're you know amazing and you have integrity and you are competent. And just good it. Whatever it is but I think that people who are overweight don't get the benefit of the doubt absolutely negative things are protected upon them your unhealthy you're Lazy. You're incompetent you can't get it together. We'll and also we remember if there's also this is directly being told through. I mean okay. I'm on my husband's insurance every year. I have to do a health wellness. Check in that includes my weight's what exercises all of these things to the house like a physical. It basically is a physical but as an adult for my insurance White House I have to be measured and looked at which is also be. We all have to do that is that it's it's basically your insurance provider of fats in the workplace right because through my husband's work okay. So you didn't like August. Now take that insurance go. No and I was doing it for my own office. I would never allow an insurance provider to do that. But something to keep in mind of. You're right how much we are inherently fat phobic and how deep seated this is right. So let's say you're in a relationship and you're everything's great but you have these feelings about yourself and you constant and ended for you. The Tie has not been made. Or You haven't broken the the pattern of believing that you have to continue to lose weight in order to love yourself in that you yourself. Love is conditional on. Yeah so how'd and then it's affecting your relationship because you don't WanNa have sex as much and whatever it is. How do you fix that so all right so we're talking about this idea of inciting awareness for the first one? I go through this insight. It depends how you heal a lot of us. He'll through education so doing stuff like listening to certain podcasts. Following tap positive people. Some of US don't heal by education. Some of us are completely freaked out about a free. I don't want to hear more about this. So how do you heal? And how much of this are you willing to actually buy into something else? If if Dia Culture has been selling me one message my entire fucking life kiss guys. This is not going to be cured overnight right right if I hear it everywhere. It's basically like somebody follows you around all day. Say you're not fucking enough. You're not enough not enough and then you go to a therapist office twice and you think well what I what am I feel better. It's been times well shit. That doesn't do anything. Compared to every single moment of your life your entire life it takes a ton of time and dedication as much dedication probably put on Dia Culture
Chicago: Vinny The Pit Bull Found Alive, Trapped In Trash Bags In Willow Springs
"The cook county animal and rabies control warden says they received a call Monday about a dog found in a trash bag you're forced Avenue in eighty seven straight male people was dumped in double bag trash bags dog was said to be dehydrated it's undergoing treatment at the south suburban Humane Society staff there has named him Vinnie they say he's extremely underweight and frightened and unit information is urged to call the cook county sheriff's police special
What is BMI?
"The body mass index is a measure your height and your weight workout if your weight is healthy the. BMI Calculation divides an adult's weight in kilograms by their height in meeting squared. I'd say a BMI of Twenty five means twenty five kilograms per meter squared. So as an example I'm around ninety four kilograms or around two hundred seven pounds. My wait wait. Sorry is one hundred eighty three centimeters or one eight hundred meters so the calculation I do is ninety four divided by one point eight three times. One point eight three or three point three five and this gives me a score of twenty eight point zero seven. which would make on the BMI scale overweight? which I like to I think I am not the scale for? BMI context is scored less than eighteen. Point five your underweight if you're the school between eighteen point eighty five to twenty four point nine a healthy weight and between twenty five twenty nine point nine your overweight this is where I apparently would lie and over thirty you orbis but now we're going to look at. Why should no longer rely on to see whether someone is a healthy weight? So the first point I wanted to make is that muscle is denser Sir than fat. So if we have an athlete to a lot of muscle mass and someone who's actually probably carrying too much body parts they may have the same. BMI or quite possibly the athletes will have a higher BMI. It makes no allowance for the relative proportions bone muscle and fat in the body. And as we know. Bonus also dented and and muscle and twice as dense as fat to some with strong bones and good muscle tone and low body. Fat could actually still have a high. BMI BMI also fails ACCOUNT FOR DIFFERENCES IN RACE Gender Age. However oversee these clear influence on one's body shape women naturally stole hiring body? Fat Men men. Generally how out denser and stronger bones than women have higher muscle mass as well. It doesn't differentiate between visceral fat internal vassar on your organs subcutaneous fats which which is the Gigli fat visible just under the skin and there's also case distribution changes with aging a better way to look at. What's whether you are classified as overweight very quickly is to do a different calculation? It's actually to do a waist height ratio and this is a simple measurement for assessment of your lifestyle risk. And whether you're overweight or not says comparing your waist circumference to your height so miss your waist conference at a horizontal line one inch above your belly button and your that obviously measuring hibernate measure as well so the calculation would be as follows you divide your waist circumference. This is easier in centimeters Tehran. Thirty four inches. Roughly equates to around eighty six point three six centimeters by your height in centimeters so one hundred eighty three centimeters and this gives my waist a high ratio a school of no point four seven. which would put me in the healthy category? There's a different scale than there is for the BMI. So check that out is it's different for men and women as well to equate different genders. So if a man is no point four seven the might be healthy but if a female score might not be just check those numbers that's just an example but but that's a quick solution or quick commission you can do as opposed to rely on your mind but obviously there are other methods that we'd recommend as well for tracking body fat knots. What's on there are a number of different ways through this example using shape scale or using fat calipers if you want to find a lot of different ways of how to track your body fat than death Qatar Guide to tracking progress on our blog because doug goes into every different method the pros and cons of each check that out but I wanted to really quickly this episode Sean some light on why be should not be the standard of whether will healthy or not and if you want a quick fix or a quick way to determine if you're right or not. Dan Do the waist to height
Marine Mammal Epidemic Linked to Climate Change
"This is scientific. Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd. Yata the Arctic because warming twice as fast as the rest of the planet meaning more and more sea ice is melting every year concerning the rapid loss of see I sat there for a lot of reasons. Tracy Z Goldstein. A researcher and conservationist at UC Davis she says one of those reasons is animals like ice seals. Need the ice to haul out on and give birth and other reason. As the Arctic warms the fish the seals eat maybe moving to deeper and colder waters so the seals have to travel further to hunt them for the combination of all of that over time is probably going to affect their health and their body condition and that will make them not just underweight but also more susceptible to diseases diseases may also be encroaching the upon Arctic marine mammals because spotting a trend here Arctic sea ice is melting coli unintended consequence of all of that but yes You know when they I used to be an ice bridge certain populations would remain separate from each other and so they couldn't come in contact and give each other they bacteria viruses etc but once those channels thought it to open animals were able to move further and came into contact with new species that they had not come in. Contact with in the Post Goldstein. In her colleagues documented the spread of a disease called called fo seen distemper virus from two thousand one through two thousand sixteen. It's related to the measles and causes skin lesions coughing pneumonia seizures and sometimes death in in marine mammals Goldstein's team scanned historical and Contemporary Marine Mammal blood samples for antibodies against the virus. They also hunted for evidence of live infections nasal swabs taken of mammals and they found that flare ups of the virus were linked to years with extreme losses. NCI's suggesting that open waters. Aided the spread of the pathogen perhaps along the melted coastline north of Siberia. Their analysis is in the journal scientific reports mammals that depend on ice to survive may already be slated for extinction and as the Arctic melts. Goldstein says in more frequent epidemics like this viral one could hastened the blow but humans may also be affected up in the Arctic. People subsist subsist on these species so they really rely on these animals for their livelihood and wellbeing and as those animals disappear as their habitat disappears. That's is also going to heavily affect humans in that area so overall I think overall health of the environment and the animals and the people up in the Arctic over time it's just going to continue to deteriorate
News in Brief 4 September 2019
"This is the news in brief from the united nations. If health services boost their focus on how to eat better three point seven million lives could be saved by the year twenty twenty-five twenty-five that's according to the world health organization w._h._o.'s latest report on ways of improving nutrition released on wednesday the report essential nutrition actions mainstream nutrition throughout the life course stresses the role of primary healthcare as the foundation of universal health coverage in order to achieve coverage average for all nutrition should be positioned as one of the cornerstones of essential health packages doctor now go yamamoto assistant director general at w._h._o. Said authors compiled nutrition recommendations taking into account cultural practices and social norms in different parts of the world the use of oral rehydration to treat diarrhea for example the leading cause of death for infants and low and middle income countries has proved lifesaving boosting iron and taken malaria endemic areas could cut the death rate from the disease and globally reducing salt intake alone to the recommended level of less than five grams daily could prevent one point seven million deaths per year w._h._o.'s nutrition guide aims to address the double burden of treating people who are underweight and overweight and provide countries with a roadmap for better interventions around one in three young people across thirty countries say they have been bullied online while one in five report that they have school because of it. Those are some of the key findings in a new poll released on wednesday by the children's fund unicef and the u._n. Special representative on violence against children speaking out anonymously through the youth engagement tool you report almost three quarters of young people said social networks like facebook instagram snapchat and twitter are the most common place for online bullying connected classrooms mean school. No longer ends once a student leaves class and unfortunately neither to school yard bullying said unicef executive director director henrietta four and improving young people's education experience means accounting for the environment they encounter online as well as offline some thirty two percent of those polled believed government should end cyberbullying thirty one percent put the onus on young people themselves to stop the harassment and twenty nine percent cited internet companies openings as bearing the chief responsibility and a climate of fear exists everywhere in burundi ahead of elections twenty twenty. That's from you and appointed rights investigators hitters on wednesday highlighting killings arbitrary arrests and torture of political opponents of the government unveiling its third report the commission of inquiry on burundi the alleged that serious rights violations including crimes against humanity have continued to take place in the great lakes state since may last year its latest investigating period speaking in geneva panel expert francois hamson insisted that youth activists known as in bonar curie who are linked to president pierre currencies as ruling-party were responsible for much of the abuse those principally directly responsible for creating a climate of fear everywhere when we started our work because i was on the commission of inquiry in the first year most of the pressure seemed to be felt in belgium bora now it's everywhere even the most remote village and that's because of the role played by the obama recovery they are present everywhere and they're able all to intimidate terrify excetera in their report. The investigators also compared the situation in burundi with the u._s. Framework of analysis for atrocity crimes and found that eight common risk factors for criminal atrocities were present natalie hutchinson u._n. News.
House Democrat says support lacking for Trump impeachment inquiry
"Jerry Nadler, here in the situation room, just moments ago, telling me and I'm quoting him, now, it may very well, come to a formal impeachment inquiry. Let's get some reaction from our political and legal experts, and Gloria borger. What do you think he's, he's holding out that possibility? Very clearly, but he doesn't seem in any rush. You know, he he says it might come to that. But not so fast. I think he's in the Nancy Pelosi school here. How it'll end that is I'm gonna try and get people before my committee. He said to you. It's important that Bob Muller testifies. He thinks he's a public servant he thinks he's going to be able to get them to testify publicly because that is what they want important for the for the American public to hear what he has to say because not everyone has read the Muller report is imported out. So I think what he's saying to you is one foot in front of the other, and we're not going to be pushed into this. But first, we have to tell the story to the American public new also make clear. He wants to make sure that. There's a consensus among the democratic leadership that he and Nancy Pelosi the speaker on the same page. That's right in one of the things that he said, was at this point. There's just not the support in his caucus. Their course or this very vocal minority of folks who do one and peach man inquiry do one. I'm peach mate charges file, but they're not enough of them yet. We'll see how this goes day by day they're doing. They do seem to be louder and they do seem to be more of them. But I was just sort of struck by Jerry Nadler's basic tone. I mean, there was no sense of urgency really. If you've certainly compare him to what we hear from progressives in the folks, you really want to March and worth impeachment. He was very measured almost diffident in terms of where they stand right now in terms of this impeachment incudes interested. Bionic is nearly half of the Democrats on the judiciary committee want to begin some sort of formal impeachment proceeding, fifty nine Democrats in the house out of two hundred and thirty five want to do so, so it's not it's not happening yet. Well, and he made. They have been addressing some of their concerns by seemingly stating that what they're doing. Now is not so different from an inquiry. He said, they're just maybe a few levels of the process that would be different. If in fact, they did launch an official inquiry, but he made it seem I agree with the panel as if they are making inroads, and they are continuing to do the work that they are focusing on right now. Now what did stand out, and maybe it was just an oversight. But you specifically asked him if he was on the same page with Nancy Pelosi. He didn't say, yes, he also didn't say, no, but, but he did say, you know, if if that's what it'll take, we will get there. We're not there yet, but it didn't give you a yes or no definitive answer. Also from the legal standpoint, allure coats, would it make much of a difference in obtaining documents from the administration in getting witnesses to appear before the committee if there was a formal formal proceeding underweight as opposed to the informal employee that's going on. Well, yes, I mean the participator prosperity saying they've done their nose at it. Can. Continuously because they have to rely on the court to kind of enforce it and hope that the courts will say, there's no good legislative reason to have this and kind of dismiss it. But in reality, the impeachment inquiry, gives a great deal more power. They don't have to have legislative purpose as their basis. That is the constitutional purpose. That's there also opens the floodgates you don't have to the rule, sixty there have to think about the notions of whether or not they have to have is an oversight function alone. Is it tied enough? They need all these details for legislation. They could simply say, look the constitution guarantees the right to have oversight and accountability in the executive branch of government. We're doing just that. So it does open more avenues. But remember again, as we're all saying, this is the political process and political processes, don't have the same level of common sense, perhaps, as the judicial process going
California couple faces sentencing in severe child abuse case
"Sentencing day for southern California couple at the center of a horrific child abuse case, save it in ways Turpin or do in Riverside County. Superior court after pleading guilty in February to torture and other abuse so severe it stunted their children's growth led to muscle wasting and left two girls. Unable to bear children. They face twenty five years to life in prison. The abuse was uncovered last year when one of the couples thirteen children jumped out a window and called nine one one the children were severely underweight and hadn't bathed for
"underweight" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Outlet online, huge savings other things you needed what it's a fascist because he. Is gonna to look at Egypt, which some say, it is very fully. Valued is well, it's had the best Staunton here. In a number of years versus the deductible versus maybe these value opposite opportunities in Dubai, so when they look at the market harder. They talk about it. Well, when we look at our US client is probably only fifteen to twenty percent is playing the Saudi trades and the rest is happy to be underweight the region and even underweight Saudi basically. So that tells you something that's we may not see forty to sixty billion dollars that we we've been expecting as as investors are just happy to be underway to Saudi Trey and what about agent we've had the best start since two thousand fourteen in in Egypt. So everybody comes and sits in that say, they get bullish on tobacco. They get bullish on the consumer, and they get bullish on on Egypt making their inflation target. What's your thesis? I mean, a run like to spend overdone. Although we like to disagree with consensus often gone kind of agree with this trade because if you look at the market is down still almost twenty percent versus April. We're up twenty percent since the low of December which is in line with emerging market in experience. I think the fundamentals we definitely stronger than the rest of the emerging markets. I mean, it's more driven by domestic growth and reform agenda. Whilst emerging market. I think it's more fragile outlive. This'll let's say cloudy outlook for China, for example, having reverse. Let's say the girls I lived to sixty six and a half percent. It'll be there's actually fiscal space. So I believe in their reform agenda inflation is trending down as you rightly point out. And I think there's a very good case a very high conviction from our side that will come through in the second half. Because even if flation could reach by by around October, even the missing this. So we think there's a very compelling case. Though, wouldn't it mid single darker? There's nine percent by twenty twenty. Yeah. Simply because the comparison based that we had an October probably hit five and a half even in October. Although we expected to bounce back to slide you over ten by the end of the year. It was it beats for Saudi fast food restaurant operator Hirfi this week as full year revenue and profit numbers came in better than expectations through the numbers with the chief operating officer. They decide to do the slow era and two thousand eighteen. We posted. I did good. I think that you know vision of. Going ahead. Really knew you. Good news coming. I kinda me to to go slowly. And I think. Goals and. If the companies have been benefiting from this. Two things that the analyst community are going to want to know because this opportunity with you employees calls and rent the first one is climbing and the second one understand is dropping can you can you put a little bit more context Iran that for me, first of all new employees costs. What are they looking like? Good evening. Oh. From the government with with about ten on. Million thirty two we are managing. We ought to cutting costs from other sides from marketing expenses. You know suppliers. We are renegotiating terms with them. Do you really think, you know, great hung from them? Okay. In terms of the rental side on the on the drop in rents. Are you see that feed through? Yes. Yes. Going down. But not all of them. But we are getting also some long term leases to be reminded the renegotiated the game we manage to get some good good those. I constantly try to monitor many, burgers, I have and what my saturated fat content. I do more for my fitness pal than most people. So changing the menu is incredibly important than you business. Are you seeing a dramatic shift in buying patterns, and how are you meeting with a healthier options? That is not really a big change of that. We are. We are always before even within we hide. Some hosie. Most of our products. Unhealthy. Do we have the we have the the Brown bread? Do. We have lots of options chicken. Menu. They come with really have all all. Menu. Options. Whether they can't choose. I'd be curious next on my next trip on my next trip to the kingdom and what about expansion plans? Are you going to focus on the franchise model? And if so is that going to be regional or would you look to Asia?.
"underweight" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Fifty nine percent of print news written by men forty-one percent by women. Well, the question is has anybody been legitimately discriminated against. In other words, are you saying that a guy got your gig when you were more qualified? Well, I don't think we're seeing a lot of that. And if we are we should see lawsuits from it. But I've got this story to go along with it. Because now, ladies and gentlemen, there are a couple of stories that go hand in hand with this one he is. And this is a shocker, I know I want you to buckle up repair yourself, but lesbian women are more likely to be overweight. I know who saw that coming gay men are also less likely to be overweight who saw that coming. I know. Study published in the journal of public health is thought to be the first to investigate the relationship to relationship between sexual orientation and body mass index BMI using population data in the UK, we already knew this didn't we I mean, just from casual observations, researchers say the finding support the view that sexual identity should be deemed a social detriment of health. So it's society's fault. That lesbians are overweight is society's fault. The gay guys are underweight. I just think that's just the way it is and successful. Yeah. They're successful. Yeah. I mean. My gut rich rich educated successful in skinny that's gainful. They really being discriminated against aren't they? Oh, it's horrible. What we're doing to the game men out there? And then there's this like you needed more. We have feminists demand demanding a ban on sex robots. It looks like they'd be form that way to guys is leave them alone. Let's not the hook exactly. Hey, matter of fact, you feminist out if you are actually married to a man, why don't you get him one of these for their birthday? Yeah. Look, I it's it's the I have a headache. President. Swedish feminists demand state ban on dangerous sex robots. Are they dangerous? Three Swedish feminist organizations as you have published a joint appeal the newspaper Expressen in which they demand state ban on dangerous sex robots remained. The debaters noted that today's sex robots often have the appearance and attributes typical of objectify sexualizing degrading attitude to women found in today's mainstream pornography. So you can't objectify a doll to them. And it's better than objectify women. You would think, but some folks you just can't make happy. We'll be back. Stay right where you are.
The Setpoint Diet: Interview with Jonathan Bailor
"What's new what's changed about your approach? Or may be the way you see things that made you want to write another book. This new book a set point diet. We were very very pleased in humbled with the success of the calorie myth, and the only quote unquote problem was the feedback. We got was essentially folk saying, hey, great. You've now disproven everything I thought I knew about hanging exercise, which I guess is good. But what do I do? Instead. So what is the solution to this calorie myth, and that's what we've been doing over the past five years? I have since left Microsoft on great terms. It's wonderful place to work and started my own company to help develop solutions to help people to live in this new quality rather than quantity folk. This way. And this new book these set point diet is we looked week. We looked at the results in protocols followed by over twenty seven thousand people within our program over the past five years to see what works best in reality based on this science, and that is from that has emerged the set point diet. So it is a refinement of the high level scientific principles described in the calorie myth, but more importantly, it's an optimization of them. In terms of what works for real people in real life, and we've added entirely new dimensions such as mindset habit. Formation the emotional aspect of things like this. Because again, it's one thing to do research and write a book, it's a whole different thing to try to help people in real life. And that's what this book is all about. Yes, absolutely translating theory into reality as the key. Right. So this. Concept of a set point is an interesting one. I think it's one that gets a lot of people's attention. It sort of this idea that the body has a weight that it wants to be at and somehow that weight always seems to be about ten or fifteen pounds here than we would like to be at. And then if we lose weight this theory goes the body fights to return to it's previous weight. Unfortunately, it seems like when we gain weight the body doesn't seem to mind that quite so much. But in the set point diet, you say that we can change that set point wait that wait that our body wants to way by changing our diet. That's exactly right. And there is a really interesting and important point here, which is for a lot of us. We have the experience you just described which is doesn't seem to about. It doesn't seem to mind if we want to gain weight, but it does seem to mind if we want to lose weight, and I don't know how many people know this, but my journey started. With me hating and being disgusted with my body. In my youth and doing some really stupid and dangerous things to try to change it because I was grossly underweight manned. I couldn't gain weight. I was eating six thousand calories per day doing everything short of taking anabolic steroids in an effort to gain weight, and I couldn't and now I have a five month old daughter who we've had a very scary situation where she can't gain weight, and you know, in what the research I've seen what we presented this book. I have a low set point my daughter has a low set point there are naturally thin people in the world in. It's really interesting to think about this research perspective because what is happening within the bodies in brains of naturally thin people that caused them to be naturally thin. And how is that different? From everyone else is there anything we can learn from that to help stem the tide against the tragic diabetes and obesity epidemic that are taking place. We know you make a good point that there is a lot of individual variation. And although our society seems to be dominated by people who struggle to lose weight. There are all also people who struggle to to gain weight or to to get their weight up to a healthy weight. So that you know, there's a spectrum there. But certainly a lot of the people listening here are feeling like I wish I had a low set point. And I I have to admit I think that sometimes when we talk about this set point as a primarily internal thermostat. We might overlook something important. I think that and I'd be interested to hear what your point of view on this is, but I suspect that for a lot of us that set point is at least partially due to our environment. The way our homes and workplaces and schedules are set up and the degree to which they encourage us to overeat or maybe to be sedentary. So we can lose a bunch of weight on a short term diet. But if we don't change in a really. Permanent way the way that our homes and workplaces and schedules are set up that environment. Once we return to it is going to exert a lot of pressure to revert to previous habits and therefore to be vertu our previous weight. In other words, I'm not sure it's only what your body wants to weigh. It might impart be you know, what your friends went should away or maybe your spouse or your commute your desk job or even your favorite restaurant. That's really powerful distinction. Monica. I never thought about it that way. But I see what you're saying. In some ways, what I described in this book, which again is not my theory, or my thinking, it is just me reporting the research from people who are way smarter than I am that, you know, your body essentially has habits meaning there's a a habitual level of inflammation in your brain. Or not there is a bit you'll level of certain hormones in your bloodstream or not, and there is a habitual or or typical ratio of bacteria in your gut. And unless you change that you are going to be frustrated forever. Ever because your body. It has a way of doing things that it quote unquote wants to do based on the condition of your brain gutten hormones, and you can starve yourself as hard as you want. But that's sort of like trying to just not go to the bathroom your body will win eventually. And I think the same thing can be said about your external habits as well. There is a way of relating to yourself away of relating to others as a way of relating to your environment that unless that has its quality ratcheted up as well is going to force you quote, unquote into behaviors that even if you even if you make these internal changes to your brain gut hormones, they will revert and the set point will rise once again, right? So we really need to look at both sides of that the internal and the external
"underweight" Discussed on WTVN
"I'm told that Angelina Jolie the actress who's five foot seven weighs seventy three pounds. That's sickly. Is it? Well, she's very skinny, okay? Seventy three pounds five foot seven five for seven for girl. She should wait maybe a hundred and fifty pounds sixty pounds. She's eighty three pounds, then seventy three she's seventy pounds. Okay. Well, then she's eighty pounds. That Senator that's anorexic. Isn't it? Maybe for whatever reason she is way underweight, and it might be just a gluten problem. And so he has multiple nutritional deficiencies, and you have entree you have access. I would go ahead and have Tom or somebody Email her or call her your behalf and say, you know, we're curious, you know, why is it you only weighs seventy pounds. Five foot seven, you know, sentence over Brad pill. They set us over her break up with Brad Pitt. So it's stress now, maybe maybe she didn't too much cookies and crackers and drink wouldn't you gain weight eating cookies and crackers? No because they have gluten in them. And you can't nutrients when you eat all that gluten interesting. All right Bob in Ohio taken away. Bob. Hey, hi, George to their up. My mom has a central tremor. And I'm afraid I'm getting I'm taking the ninety for life every day wondering what else that has to do. To avoid this disease. What's happening to you? What essential tremors are not genetic there there actually caused by nutritional deficiencies, and of course, you get them. They can be called things like Parkinson's disease, and of course, parking disease MSN, Gary disease, huntings, either all kinds of the same diseases different parts of the brain or randomly, more severely deficient and things and get different symptoms based on the different part of the brain this horse, really affected. And so what I.
Mariah Carey Tells an Ex-Lover to 'GTFO' in Sultry New Single
"If that. Alright. Mariah Carey tweeted today that she's releasing new music tomorrow. She has a new song out. It's called GT F O that stands for something. We can't say on the radio, and it's coming out seven AM local time, this is her first release since last year, she came up with a single I don't featuring young, gene. And Kerry told people magazine a couple months ago that our new music would sound current. But that it wouldn't be following anybody else's trends. So all right. Well, that's hard to do. So we'll see how that goes. Exactly. Now, she has finger snaps in her song. I'll be like you sound like everybody else.
The Latest: Experts prepare plan to capture, treat sick orca
"Whale experts are getting ready to capture the sick. Orca J, fifty that is if there's no other way to save her in the wild komo's to Romero with the latest the team of biologists and vets from the US and Canada may be down to their last resort. They've been watching the sick underweight three-year-old orca for months, even giving her antibiotics which appear to have no effect. Jay fifty looks skinnier than ever Lynn berry with Noah says now they're considering capturing treating and releasing her but only if Jay fiftieth stranded or a separated from her family pod, we believe we've exhausted our reasonable remote treatment options based on her current condition. And and we're really concerned about her ability to to survive. The team says their main goal is not to capture J fifty. But as a young female orca for her to survive in the wild and to contribute to our endangered resident killer whale
"underweight" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We certainly have been increasingly defensive this year and certainly trying to after the the fabulous gains of last year so we've reflected that through a few ways one is we've increased our from a multiasset point of view weightings in bonds so we're overweight bonds right now and we're underweight equities so within that specific equity side a couple of their changes we've made recently is we've we're still overweight energy but we've taken a bit of profit has that's done quite well and over the last few months we've also moved to underweight on on europe as well as the us so those are some of the recent changes that we're looking at can't stay with us we'll get a little bit more to go in terms of the relationship between the interest rates and equity markets still had to buy gets age rubbing stops fold the nosed in two years drake and scull gets hammered we dig a little bit deeper into the woes of the markets but i'm blessed the treasury car flattens to twentyeight teen several wall street firms cutting or questioning their year end forecast what do you go to next that's the question right here on bloomberg everything you eat drink wear and even smoke says something about you and about the world in which you live that's the premise of material world the bloomberg podcast that delves into the universe of consumable stuff every other week bloomberg reporters jenny kaplan and lindsey rupp get the scoop from trendsetters on what's hot what's not and why you should care find it on the.
"underweight" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"underweight" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"More than ten thousand customers are still in the dark forcing people to take matters into their own hands many are repairing power lines themselves saying the government abandoned them a raw data does not specify causes of death so it's unclear how much of the spike could be related to the storm a west michigan man who police told who told police he was shot in the neck with an arrow while searching for deer antlers has been charged with with filing a false report of a felony state police say michael downey actually fell on the aero while in the woods in van buren county back in march investigators say he made up that story because he was embarrassed the sixty one year old down appeared in court on friday police say they plan to seek reimbursement for the quote considerable amount of time they spent investigating the case now in april down eight told a tv station he held the arrow in place in his neck while he drove for help several groups of cats seemingly set free to roam the streets of warren were found by residents last week courtney products sanders executive director of pause for life rescue says she and other volunteers helped out police round up and take the cats in for treatment in pretty poor shape receiving dehydration lot of underweight malnutrition cases five cats were found deceased already we have four kittens in to adult cats hospitalized now and they've been hospitalized since last friday one cat is a year old and she only weighs to power and that's the size of a healthy eight week old kitten she says it seems to stem from a case of hoarding and she's hoping most of.
"underweight" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That is the melodies foot then procedures fever but that is a ford escape those media espn look at a ford escape grand precision i see his ford lamonica muslim that advice combustion invent as the does abc's yet they asians from bloomberg television here's tom mckenzie i'm very pleased to say i'm joined by jonathan gone he is the chief asia emerging markets xy strategist at morgan stanley this apparent disconnect between relatively strong data in countries like germany how does that feed into your view on equities while overall at the global level where utilities were underweight credit wait cash and i think if you look at the economic patriots it comes in though it's it's reasonable the overall economic supplies index at the global level is is negative to the overall situation is that some overly bullish consensus views on the global economy are being challenged now we don't think that results itself in a recession but it does fit with what we're seeing in earnings smuggling where we also think put an existing dug into the year were too high valuations are also very hot start of the year on china you're more positive focused through the optimises aren't space so if you look at the offshore china university mci china actually hits target price set here in the year that should take down slightly since then but if you look at asia's that's still sort of mid single digits ops sites target price their unusually cheat versus the australian sees there about thirteen times forward on our endings numbers so considerably cheaper than they typically are to global equities hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloomberg dot com global business news twenty four hours a day dot com and on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash proper bags zero pena causes in london i'm off boston with this bloomberg radio.
"underweight" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Option but but i think there's a variety of things that have been helping more domestic russell two thousand index is it also because the russell two thousand at least those companies which sort of account for a higher waiting there in the biotechnology area there in technology pc's and i'm wondering whether that is also a reason for the outperformance at it has to do with areas of the market that are perhaps more entrepreneurial but are also more speculative that's a great point kim i think there's a lot of focus in the in the russell two thousand index on technology and there's a lot of secular tailwinds in that space not just in small cap at large gaps so small cap growth is the best performing part of the style box this year a lot of that it's tack and people do have more confidence in organic revenue and earnings growth in the small cap technology sphere then they might in some other here's another big story has been financials which is a big waiting and and obviously the dodd frank roll back there folks little more on the regionals is another big driver at the sector level of the russell two thousand leadership this year so a lot of people who have allocated to smaller cap stocks chew through do so through indices i'm wondering what you're seeing with respect to how overweight or underweight investors are in small caps right now in other words how much how much potentially more money could flow into these scissors the the small cap out performances fairly nascent when you step back and look at it from a longer term time time perspective any overvaluation in in small and mid cap stocks cause i'm looking at a p e here of forty.
"underweight" Discussed on Business Daily
"Four since two thousand and six so why should anyone put them money in say a fund with you rather than a fund would say vanguard which does it passively of the truth is that market indices on inefficient by nature so investing in an index fund the weight of a stock and index is determined purely by its price so you are systematically exposed to the most expensive overvalued stocks on underweight potentially the cheapest stocks so there are opportunities there for active manages but are you worried at all about the fact that so much money is now flowing into these pass it funds and that they dominate investment it's interesting because is a doubleedged sought to some extent as money flows into press funds index funds people onto investing on the basis of fundamentals the price of socks on being driven by the performance of the underlying companies and it can lead to an increase in inefficiency in the marketplace but it also creates opportunity for active manages the more inefficiency the more miss pressing for the raw the bigger the potential for outperformance an active returns it has been set an important gave him the financial times a recent article saying if pass it equityfunds continue that present growth trajectory they would own all listed stocks by 2030 what does that mean for you there's a long way to go and to the extent passive funds a distorting the market and companies and not being priced on that underlying strength some fundamentals those opportunities must be realized in the long run but you're saying they do distort the market indeed though the rise of passive funds where the not being invested in the basis of underlying earnings of companies will trade distortions friendee see that are not at all and there is actually no research that actually concludes that whatsoever you are not seeing any dislocations in the market whether you look at volatility dispersion or any of that the bottom line is an index find replicates active managers active managers set price soviet look on any given day the mid vast vast majority of the trading coming from active management so of active managers believed that the securities are overvalued they would be selling securities and then the index would sell though seems.
"underweight" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Of the things that we use in a lot of our client meetings we have this table that shows by year the performance of different asset classes and so if you think that you're smart enough to time certain asset classes are time the market people are really surprised to see the movement of these different asset class block boxes all throughout the year because you can see how variable the returns are you can see how nothing really stays in you know in one place this is why you diversify its why you have a lot of different money in a lot of different places he mentioned the tables that you use and client meetings and how you could see international stocks really starting to gain what changed what was it due to the election i the election may have been a catalyst it it's hard to say you know others there's there's really two big trends that have led to strong international performance this year the first big trend is valuation so no matter how you slice it valuations are elevated in the us market right now especially when you compare some of these other international markets this second big trend helping these markets to outpace uh the the us market is actually the us star so up until last year the us dollar was in a bull market is going up it was strengthening this year it's widening and that's good for these international markets and their exports but here's the thing both of these trends could last for a while going forward are you don't wanna market time twenty you do not want to hugely over weight or underweight specific asset classes by market cap by sector by resource you know again it goes back to that table that we review and client meetings you see these asset class let's move all over the place you always want a lot of dollars in a lot of places to international stocks i remember you mentioned a few times on the show this summer about how the financial engines research team decided to sell commodities and buy more international stocks a huge kudos to our research team that was great move that helped a lot of our clients but it reinforces how.
"underweight" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Coming up the weakness in at the u s highheeled bond market has been deepening we're going to be talking about that with matt egan vice president importvolume manager of loomis sayles wondering whether this is the canary in the coal mine for brought risk it also being with ariel cohen athena principle at international market analysis about president trump's ejup now we check in with john tucker about what's going on in markets for bloomberg business flash john well there lower basically of hearing earlier losses though him some b five hundred lee said pm down points at twenty five eighty six the dow jones industrial average eighty three points lower that's down fourtenths twenty three thousand four hundred seventy nine the nasdaq composite index down 31 bagged down about half a percent at sixty seven fifty seven th uh beyond 500 two is laurie effort closed within six points out gal by banks and small caps resuming winds this because tax rate there's kind of scrambling to finalise details of their proposals quebec is modestly underweight the bank stocks uh uh probably early some regulatory leaf which is one reason you saw that rally in the fall operative porta the underlying reason for banks going off was that the yield curve was he gets deeper obviously we're not there yet and macy's among the most actively traded stocks today right now is up about six point six percent and thus here's of the company rise in the most deny bonds reaffirmed its full your guidance and kept margin studying the latest quarter even after the keen sales fell more than wall street analysts had expected but yet 10year yield the right now two point three four t h as the price declines six thirty seconds if crude oil higher to they nymex crude of sixty six cents a barrel 5747 that's up one point two percent right now the worldwide benchmark this up seventy one cents a barrel sixty four twenty and comex gold forty cents an ounce at twelve eighty three twenty.
"underweight" Discussed on People's Pharmacy
"So again if someone has it been cheating problem you're gonna see food disappearing you might find wrappers in places you don't expect them you might find food in the cardis evidence of someone perhaps having out of control eating um if someone has anorexia you are likely to see weight loss remembering always that it could be someone who's very overweight who doesn't get emaciated but yet loses a lot of weight and has all the signs of starvation the most important thing is to get an evaluation people think that if you go in for an evaluation that that's the end of it you're going to be in therapy for the rest of your life not necessarily the case you want a professional a psychologist a psychiatrist even a dietician at that makes people feel more comfortable cast their professional eyes over you to say yeah this is something we need to do some work on on to get you out of this pattern um and nothing will make a parent feel more comfortable than having that professional advice and knowing that there is someone they can go to to get answers about whether their concerns are wellplaced and what they need to do i'm guessing that a lot of people who have an eating disorder think it's their fault and so there's a lot of a self loathing in the case of people who are really overweight but perhaps also for people who were really underweight and are suffering from anorexia how do we get them out of that rut in one of the things that i often say is the most important thing in treating people with eating disorders aside from the rain nourishment for people with anorexia and stopping the binge and purging is to get them to see themselves as i see them because i often see these really interesting often accomplished warm loving people on whose so deserve to have a place in the world that when they look at themselves in the mirror that's not what they see and so in some ways the most fulfilling part of psychotherapy is to bring these people around to see the beauty inside of them that they can't see that's hard to do.
"underweight" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Or different offering so it for someone else for someone else it might be it might be obviously would be profitability but it might be the um uh expanded my my margie graphic footprint or it might be are something rc one it could be it could be worked fewer hours or be it could be on a grow my business to 10 employees or underweight up could be finally wherever it might bring my children in this business or something like oh that's a great one yet denigrate went book it could be anything day you on the white your your vision for what your company is going to be moving toward um an and yet so i mean but but in my opinion that it might opinion in my opinion profitability hit always be there right urging the all the equal although you can't do you can't do charitable things you can't you can't there are cigarette your values and do good things if you don't respect funded you know it really true and a lot at high people tell me oh they want it actually young people will tell me they want to start a nonprofit they wanted to do all this good if i were the best good you can do it started business tons of money let's give that money organizations that are focused on on what you want or do you know we are doing your job of meat address bhicit of ecology the invisible hand energy is not just doing your job not mid need the help people you help people yet abbed oh yeah create job he do all kinds of bank right yeah yeah yeah so the profitability first in in that's that's whether it's a product or service or a customer exactly all our system more simple some system some some uh approach.
"underweight" Discussed on The Science Hour
"Yes what about the numbers of underweight children is that something that's coming down missing the undulation general alert has declined a little is remaining a quite a steady level so it's really children who were of healthy weight who becoming overweight and obese but and although we have made some inroads into unto nutritional underweight and children that still at work to be done and what sorts of places eu saying still a big problem with underway children areas of southeast asia some areas of africa we know now that children who are underway tora stunted in early childhood when they are faced with a different nutritional environment later in life are actually at much greater risk of developing overweight and obesity so pregnancy put in place need to address both forms of malnutrition for example breastfeeding is coal to ensuring good an old appropriate grace in early childhood and that really would tackle both issues so when you see a lease figures he left kind of in in despair at what's happening or left thinking well there's something we can do about list this can be tackled i think there is something we can do about it what's encouraging is the increase recognition by both governments and society the obesity in childhood and in in adults too is a serious problem that we really need to do something about an on that innocent helps governments to put in place sometimes policies that may be awkward or difficult what social policies can be paul could difficult taxes on certain drinks or foods for example are often seen as being quite a difficult policy to put into place taxes on sugarsweetened beverages.
"underweight" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"'underweight late we're also seeing some patten's that will require further analysis is what about the numbers of underweight children is that something that's coming down missing the undulation general alert has declined a little is remaining a quite a steady level so it's really children who were at healthy weight who the incoming overweight and obese but although we have made some inroads into unto nutrition underweight in children they're still at work to be done what sorts of places eu saying still a big problem with underway children areas of southeast asia some areas of africa we know now that children who are underway or stunted in early childhood when they are faced with a different nutritional environment later in life are actually at much greater risk of developing overweight and obesity so programs he put in place need to address both forms of malnutrition for example breastfeeding is coal two ensuring gagen an appropriate grace in early childhood and that really would tackle both issues so when you see all these figures he left kind of in in despair at what's happening or left thinking well there's something we can do about list this can be tackled i think there is something we can do about it what's encouraging is the increase recognition by both government and society the obesity in childhood and in in adults taye is a serious problem that we really need to do something about and and that innocent helps governments to put in place sometimes policies that may be quite a difficult what salsa policies can be paul quito difficult taxes on certain drinks all states for example are often seen as being quite a difficult policy to put into place taxes on sugarsweetened beverages sometimes having that discussion about in lamenting attacks is.