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"university california davis" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"university california davis" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You have your blood sugar. You still taste the food. You're just not getting the fat. And of course, if you sugar goes down, your belly goes down, but so do your triglycerides. Kind of greasy fat clogs your orders. Grave should protect the eyes. They found that even a diabetic, she lowers the risk of diabetic retinopathy. Great. She's great few kidneys When you're overweight when your blood pressure's high When your sugar's high you could really damage your kidneys Grape. She defends your kidneys. But great She'd fantastic for the heart and circulatory system. I have at least 30 studies now that an overweight people would elevated blood sugar Elevated blood pressure. High cholesterol grape seed has a Great benefit and restores the health of their blood vessel walls. You know, A lot of the problems with a lot of diseases is damage to the blood vessel walls and Ophelia dysfunction. Caesar cells that line your blood vessel walls like a rug shoulder to shoulder in a stare job to push up in the blood vessels to make it easier on heart to pump blood to your brain and your legs and your arms and your muscles and your kidneys and liver and everything now. Smokers, Alcoholics diabetics, people who are overweight people who are inflamed these blood vessels. Walls are not working well, the great should restores the function of the blood vessel walls. That's an anti inflammatory, antioxidant blood vessel walls had helped him work appropriately. So what does that mean? Well, that helps adjust your blood pressure. She if your heart pumps blood 80 times a minute. Every three quarters of a second. If the blood vessels don't open appropriately. That's called dilation than the heart has to push the blood through. That's what high blood pressure. So and all these different studies from Italy from Ah University, California, Davis, etcetera. Yale University reviewed allowed these studies when you give people great sheet for the general population is a benefit that blood pressure might be lowered one or two points, lowering blood pressure, two points and the general healthy general public prevents heart disease. Later on on what heart disease comes damage to the brain and kidneys when you have problems with the heart, the kidneys on the brain fall As far as damage But when they give great sheet of people with high blood pressure, the top forget drops about 12 points on average, on the bottom figure 6 to 8 points. Now that's a winner. The top figure a sisterly It's when the heart is actively pumping out blood to the body. The bottom figures really crucial. That's when the heart's getting a little rest for a normal person. The heart pumps blood every three quarters of a 2nd. 80 times. A minute over 100,000 times a day millions and millions of times per year. Tough. That bottom see, the bottom figure is when the heart is refilling the heart's getting a little rushed. That bottom figure is elevated. That's called the Dia. Like like instead of 120 over 80 have 130 over 85 that 85. It's put a lot of stress on your heart and can throw off a blood clot and caused a stroke or a heart attack shall by lowering that figure 678 points and people at metabolic syndrome. That's a huge Huge benefit. That's a tremendous benefit the lowest risk of stroke. It lowers the risk of damaging the heart. It lowers the risk of damaging the brain. Two kidneys, the eyes. It's just a wonderful thing. So grape seed is on special. Um If if you're if you're sugar's high, or you want to lose a little weight ticket before meals on your blood sugar from the food, you won't lose muscle. You lose fat, um 01 last thing Grapeseed seems to do a natural bypassed. His Ah Do I have it here? Man. I had it here. They gave people with, um with heart disease, grape seed extract. 200 people as a two year study. Andi. They got grape shit or they didn't. You know there was no messing around. On. Great She'd really made a difference. It was cleaning out the plaque in the arteries. Around their body. By 30%. Over the two year period. It started to be effective within six months at a year was better by two years and had reversed the amount of plaque in the arteries by almost a third by almost a third. That's on average. Some people got better. Now. What does that mean? It meant something. These are people with heart disease Day at corner. Heart disease is the number one killer on the planet. The number two killer in America is well the cancer's put together. The number three is to Corona virus right now, but the number one is heart disease. By far And heart diseases encrusted plaque in the arteries of the heart. So when they gave these people the grape seed 250 MG twice a day with meals. Is more than they used in the study. Um Ours is to 50 MG as really high qualities from that French Italian company. Um The great should reduce the amount of plaque in the arteries by 33.1% over to your parents show. Did it make a difference here? Fewer heart attacks, fewer strokes, fewer open heart surgeries for bypass. They didn't need stench it really it was keeping a man in the hospital. It really meant something. There's been other studies like that, for instance, stated to studying older women when a mixed green tea with Golic hops on grape seed a preventive plaque from building up in their arteries after menopause, Grapeseed also seems tohave an anticancer effect. We just got a bunch of these studies out of here. I have a lot of, um,.

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"university california davis" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

13:14 min | 4 months ago

"university california davis" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Eight hundred four four one seventeen seventy plus okay welcome back welcome back pharmacists nutritionists Gerry Hickey and but health radio I'm but which we serve a privilege to be here I love being here he's my Brengle I've had a home several people contact me in the past couple of weeks with neck pain and I think it's because they're working from home sure maybe they're spending more time than they used to on their cell phone or on your computer or watching your TV screen but I've had at least three maybe four people in the past two weeks email me about that neck pain and everyone of them I've given by a curcumin five option sometimes I add high value on the case with doubles Cole I mean it's a one two punch for neck pain that's unbelievable really helps but the banker can follow actions been great for neck pain great for neck pain and it also helps if you have muscle pain so some people already have a neck problem she when you crane forward to look at your computer screen your head becomes heavier normally your head and neck way about fourteen fifteen pounds but when you crane forward look at the computer screen you squinting forward your your head and neck way about forty five pounds so this puts an undue amount of pressure on your spine in your neck and shoulder surgical spine and it actually causes deep K. of the spinal vertebrae you actually develop spinal arthritis in the neck but also looking down at your cell phone can contribute to that so some people have that already and then they wind up exercising in a a muscle pain on top of that they're really suffering the buyer Kirkman five options great for the neck pain from the arthritis but it's also great for the neck pain from the muscle that's great for muscle pain there's been a lot of Yuma clinical trials using it for muscle pain it's fantastic now I also use for lower back aches and even if you have a worst case scenario you can add it to your medicine so I have some people very feel what up a rare arthritis called ankylosing spondylitis which is dangerous because a good future spine together but it's authorized in the spine and they're already on powerful drugs and I told him you know what add the buyer Kirkman file option to the drug because it'll help the drug work better you'll get more benefit for you spinal pain in your spinal degeneration to help prevent further worsening of spying but at the same time it protects you from most rugs a lot of those drugs are pushing down on things like interleukin sixteen and it'll look good I'm sorry interleukin six and interleukin seventeen A. sings tech was painful inflammation of the spine but at the same time and to look in one is popping up which is dangerous because that's involved with cancer the buyer Kirkman five l'action helps push down on the on the interleukin six and interleukin seventeen it also pushes down on the interleukin one short prevents an increase in interleukin one notch that's one of the reasons why these immune suppressing drugs are connected to cancer you're logged into Lucan won the Raj the Barker confide l'action pushes down then to look at one so it's actually a good thing to add to drugs like you mera and all those other drugs for rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis and lung diseases and psoriasis and everything it's a good thing to add to those drugs are really is it helps protect you from those drugs in a hopeless drugs work better well let's talk about the number one use for that arthritic thumbs ofthe Reddick hips arthritic knees this stuff works bio curcumin is to curry herb except you absorb this one by the way it's grown totally by solar power they use solar power on this there's no chemicals added identifiable option is is is the frankincense your gift of the magi wanted to gift was frankincense frankincense myrrh gold why would you give frankincense and the gift of the magi little Christmas because it's anti bacterial and smell so good so frankincense internally reduces inflammation in your kidneys and in your stomach and intestines and colon it reduces inflammation in your eyes and in women's vaginal tissue if that pain painful menstruation it reduces inflammation of the prostate it reduces inflammation in the skin every decision formation longs for people with asthma but it's great for reducing inflammation in your joints and you have been your knee and your thumb in your your knuckles which are great for arthritis and joint H. T. frankincense but the active constituents from the frankincense show told five l'action locks the five lipoxygenase pathway that's why they call five l'action when you put these two herbs together they block inflammation from both sides they block **** two and a block five lipoxygenase I'm when you do that you really get arthritis pain and suffering and damage to the knee under control she did drugs don't work with lipoxygenase the drugs work with **** to show when you get Celebrex which **** to not lipoxygenase so what's the problem with that it pushes the information out of the frying pan into the fire so that's a reason why you get a lot of side effects from the strokes that's not the only reason they're pushing the inflammation away from the joint I'm interested information's going to places like the kidneys because five lipoxygenase will cause inflation kidneys so while your Celebrex and your agile and you relieve are pushing down on the **** two pain in your knees they're pushing that inflammation over towards the kidneys and the lining of the intestines and the eyeballs and you're hearing and your heart not a good I don't think that's a sound strategy so what I did I got the **** to want to control what to buy curcumin and the five lipoxygenase on the control with the five l'action but only enough so you still have some left over for healing because you actually need a little bit of these two substances for healing that's one reason why you get that alters from Advil a leave an aspirin they push down on the **** too so much that there's none left over for healing so yes too much **** two causes joint pain but not enough **** to would you never heal you never replace dying cells so that's why not only do they ever take lining of the intestines but they prevent intestines from healing and you wind up with bleeding ulcers to kill about nineteen thousand Americans each year in intensive care units I don't know how many people die at home like that because they don't keep that second statistic the only keep the end of the year an intensive care unit statistics the test sticks in America another complaint don't have a complete you can only you kinda have to beyond what they're telling in any event the buyer Kirkman five l'action absolutely work here's a review from I think was chocolate tops top university division of rheumatology they're looking at eleven you in clinical trials both bio curcumin and five l'action clinically important reductions in pain and improvements in joint function of people go through technician helps there is safest placebo sugar is safe is a fake bill yeah well absorbed and they worked as good as Advil a leave Celebrex aspirin John I work as well as celecoxib ibuprofen naproxen diclofenac there's no real difference between the buyer Kirk macfadyen Celebrex pretty amount of pain relief you got an email to staff misinterpret and how it restores your function of you near you help like range of motion how much you could bend your knee without without soreness or how far you could walk on a treadmill or how comfortable are you walking up and down the stairs they really work so here's an example one of the studies at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas there's two different Baylor's there's the Baylor college that's in Waco and then there's Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas I don't know if they're affiliated with each other I'm not sure I looked up in any event they looked up by a curcumin and they compared it to a drug that's stronger than Celebrex that's strong and agile Dutch woman did leave a call back within a they're comparing my bio curcumin took basically the most powerful drug for arthritis optical diclofenac it's very powerful anti inflammatory painkiller that is a patient with a very vicious painful arthritis called rheumatoid arthritis they can attack any joint but it tends to destroy your knuckles on your hands well I cannot close get all twisted and swollen and bent when they gave them the bio curcumin it worked as well as the diclofenac which is also called full term for reducing pain and swelling it worked as well except the bio curcumin was a lot safer and when Ohio State University and Kansas university Medical Center and university California Davis and Georgetown University in Washington DC look at five l'action they said this stuff is very very very special it gets into your knee and a prevents further breakdown of your knee cartilage it gets into your knee and reduces the pain and the swelling and the suffering understaffed but it prevents further degeneration of the joint tissue that's important finding when you have arthritis in your knee you're creating a very toxic chemical called peroxynitrite that causes the release of matrix metal proteinase type nine and type three that destroys your knee cartilage and eventually a bone on bone and into your bones rubbing together and you literally are breaking down your bone you literally are damaging your bone you have shards of bone loosen you joined a feels like this class and you join so you need the replacement surgery what all these university found Ohio state Georgetown University university California Davis of several when you give the five l'action it gets into the knee joint and it prevents further loss of knee cartilage drugs do not Duterte diclofenac Celebrex aspirin Tylenol it be profound the products and you know leave Advil they don't prevent further loss joint tissue they found that the five l'action prevented Detroit from getting more spikes by inhibiting matrix model of proteinase three degeneration of joint cartilage this important point point in other words not only can buy Kirkman five blocks and help you today I can help you for years from where's the Advil a leave may help you today but because you're still using joint tissue they're not going to help you in here too because your joint has broken down does nothing to help animal shelter by occurred when five locking gets in there prevents loss of joint that's a really important thing I'm gonna tell you one other thing with the Parker going for walks yeah by the way here's what I use it for inflammation in the skin those metal con could be psoriasis X. amount doesn't inflammation of the colon crosses reason colitis it's not a substitute for the drugs it helps the drugs work much better sure you might be on your member ID to stuff to do you marry you get more relief for your for your call so she's our clutch I user for inflammation and kidneys that's very important for people with low maybe lupus or rheumatoid arthritis or polished ical variance in Rome or diabetes I use it for inflammation in the lungs it's helpful that's not the only thing I use for the longest I had black sheet without Cordy seps our user for autoimmune diseases I user for neck pain I use a for certain headaches like cluster headaches I use it for neck pain and back pain put arthritis of the knees and hips and like your farm I also use a forearm tendinitis S. helpful what tonight is but it's also great for your break she that's the thing that Janet value our buyer curcumin has been proven in ten Uman clinical trials to.

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"university california davis" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:33 min | 5 months ago

"university california davis" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Your university of south Hampton that's in England the university of Otago in New Zealand university Medical Center in another one channel Holland and Oregon State University over in Portland Oregon so here's what they said but you have to go into a day do you know what it's too much to read Foggo told myself if I read you these are I'm not going to have time to read really reduce raised the RDA of vitamin C. and vitamin D. study urges health authorities to adjust guidance in light of call but nineteen infection I mean come on his university California Davis zinc deficiency zinc deficiency results in dysfunction of your total immune system and increases your susceptibility to infection I think it's been shown to reduce the and the incidence of infection as well as cellular damage from increased oxidative stress here's another one zinc supplements boost immunity for the elderly that's in a nursing home okay let let me just do this for my heart okay let me just do this for my heart here's what I would recommend to anybody contacted me about their main system right now you need vitamin I you need sank you need vitamin C. you need vitamin D. and if you're over sixty you need melatonin at night if you're not sleeping all of these are very powerful forty min system Jose is needed to create a meal cells you cannot create the immune cells if you don't I'm saying bankers involved inside your bones and think of arm it's too long an exponential is going to give you all grew up painting for you but I bet just explain quickly zinc isns all involved inside your bone marrow to create white blood cells that kill infections awful they basically only check to be made budgeting also guides them later on when they're released on a floating around in your lymphatic system and a floating around your bloodstream order up but you know she arrives you're down by your vaginal tissue which over to urinary tract the longest zinc guides them towards the infection what do you think would vitamin D. and melatonin Provencher immune system from destroying your lungs and your heart which happens with the call that nineteen affection zinc vitamin D. and melatonin date date activated immune system to kill the virus but they also prevent your immune system from killing you because that's what's happening with Colbert nineteen your immune system starts to function that's the early part of the immune system after about three days other parts demand system activated they come in they start killing a little bit more ferociously I within about a week or two your antibodies and your two children there and that could become dangerous what is in the vitamin D. I know melatonin or needed to activate every one of these three stages of the immune system but all three also prevented me a system from killing you I mean think of an autoimmune disease people rheumatoid arthritis Darmian systems destroying their joint what will push their immune system is destroying your heart and your kidneys those are what does shows how powerful your immune systems so to sync the melatonin vitamins the vitamin D. are needed to activate the immune system but also prevented from killing you you want to kill the virus not you because your message and kill you that's what's happening in covert nineteen where people dying your immune system is killing them that's like all the sudden I got up it's basically like a storm of an auto immune disease basically destroyed along with their heart sometimes your brain their intestines so the macula advanced is perfect for this you get plenty of vitamin C. and you have to take it twice a day with me also it's beautiful you spreading up the vitamin C. vitamin C. is needed to activate the early part of the immune system the neutrophils to Michael forgers the ones that contain near the virus so it doesn't get into the launch of the first place when somebody calls on you with the what do ya coronavirus within about three days you getting symptoms neutrophils and macrophages are there to contain it prevented from traveling around they soak up vitamin C. or they don't work so that's why vitamin C. sole port right now you need vitamin C. that helps create immune cells it helps create barriers towards the infection warts intractable collagen but it also is needed to activate the earliest part of the immune system that's why it's so important for little kids that's the only party be interestingly happened there like two or three years old now there's plenty of sink in there zinc helps prevent viruses from attaching to yourselves so what does sync and vitamin C. that's in the macula the early as part of the immune system getting activated to prevent the virus from moving toward Geelong's or your brain or your heart are you kidding you can.

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"university california davis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 8 months ago

"university california davis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hear you and Carol first case of U. S. community corona viruses in California the governors addressed it saying well it was going to happen we knew this was inevitable as it relates to the nature the epidemiology the nature of these viruses that that incident would occur Gavin Newsom saying currently eighty four hundred people who travel to China are being monitored our principal focus right now and that's testing and importance to increase our testing protocols and that point of contact diagnostic testing as our top priority but university California Davis disease specialist Dr dean Blomberg says containment is very tough at this point that suggests that the virus is out there in the community and that means pretty much that everybody's at risk we don't know who might be carrying that we don't know who we can get it from and he says nobody has any immunity to this novel virus now if there's any silver lining comes with the fact the CDC says eighty percent of the cases are mild and the head of the World Health Organization Dr Tetris for braces says this is not a time for fear our message continues to be that this virus has bonded me quotation and WJZ providing the tools to help every country to prepare accordingly he says the focus needs to be on helping people get sick as well as working on prevention but that's not stopping Facebook from canceling a major conference schedule for three months from now in San Jose over corona virus fears Bloomberg's Emily Chang typically this is when where they unveil new products in the past they unveiled their dating service sat at eight augmented reality glasses yeah so well the fear you can hear is there in San Francisco I'm at Baxter this is they don't just talk.

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"university california davis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"university california davis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"That will not bad. Muller report crap. Are you going to claim to me that the Muller reports about to come out? Well, thanks for the moral is that we're going to say I heard on the news this morning. It's expected to come out Thursday or Friday, I was actually going to take the time to Google it and come up with all the stories that have been out in the past two years of the Muller reported. Rumor is the molar report will come out this weekend going back I could find one from at least a year ago. No, I wasn't going to say that what I was going to say is there are more rumors in Washington DC than there are egos and liars and the latest rumor is that the mullahs report maybe out today or tomorrow now settled down because it's going to take probably weeks of few weeks for the Justice department and go through it and figure out which part is classified which is not which unnecessarily would impugn innocent people in which wouldn't and what part you can see because if you don't understand this. We've talked about it before. But often the cops or the FBI will say, I mean, for instance, positive Sean over there, he suspected of conspiring with the government of pick a country, Sean, I'll let you pick since you're the defendant Amsterdam. Amsterdam is not a country. Puerto Rico few you couldn't conspire if you've Milwaukee. Puerto Rico, your people are bad at this. Okay. We'll say the Netherlands. Positive Sean is accused of conspiring with the Netherlands, yes. To overthrow his local city council election her a bunch of jerks, and so. We hear the FBI have investigated positive Sean now for six months, and we've discovered all sorts of things about his life is finances. His friends is lovers is is a subscription would web searches the rest of it. But it turns out he's as pure as the driven snow and he hasn't investigative team. Let me amend. My remarks turns out he's not guilty of conspiring with the Netherlands, okay? All of that stuff. We found out though, is is there in the report at least potentially. And so the Justice department has got to go through it and say well, positive Sean didn't do anything wrong. We're not going to air all of his semi dirty laundry. So it could be weeks after the thing, quote unquote comes out before anybody. Here's anything about it. Of course, people will on both sides will scream the the, you know, it's a cover up. How many people will have access to it? When it when it comes out at just the attorney general because the more people you got the more opportunity for a leak. I mean, Trump has got people in his own Oval Office who leak out his schedule and transcripts of phone calls. Right people that are supposedly on his team. Right. So man, if there if there's been quite a few people, I would think so because the report could be many hundreds of pages. So I gotta believe it's gonna some of it's gonna leak out, of course, stuff a leak out. That's not true. Three sentences. Looks like some people Trump worked with talk to some Russian guys, but nothing really happened. Anyway. Anyway, thanks for the millions of box. It's been an interesting ride signed old, man Muller. One of the indications that the thing has been wrapping up for the past. Couple of weeks is a lot of people have gone back to their old jobs people that had left. Oh, really? Yeah. Okay. In fact, I think that's the key. Tea leaves to read people that had been on that. Because it was, you know, your top lawyer in DC you get hired over to do that. You quit your job over the Muller team and everything. Leave. Now, you're going back and starting to work for other firms again. Okay, they're done with a lot of people have done that. So they think the winding down enough fair enough now whether it takes weeks or months to wind down I have no idea completely unrelated. But I wanted to mention this this have you been following our effort to get professor Joshua clover fired from the university, California Davis for openly advocating the murder of cops. And we never called for anybody's job. We hate when people do this sort of thing. But this is so sick, and the greed and even still with the things he said if he were to come out and say, I shouldn't have said that you know, as caught up in the whole, I see these black kids getting shot by cops on TV. I shouldn't have said that. That's not the right thing to say fine. Then I'm done fair enough. Yeah. You get to say crazy things. And then say nine didn't meet that are apologize or a joke in my world. Right. He's continuing to stand by this philosophy. Unlike the current witch hunt for one Tucker Carlson, say Tucker survives this one. I love his responsive. You haven't heard Tucker Carlson's response. We've got to get to that. Because it's been beautiful. But anyway, there's going to be a fire Josh clover rally at UC Davis noon to one Pacific time on Friday. According to a freshman there, and and what freshman would ever lie or get a schedule wrong at college. I probably should have verified this. If I go, and I might I need a chance I'd like to eat a chance started. Oh, you put me on the spot. Long consider myself a good chance author in please. Hey, hey, ho ho, Joshua. Clover has got to go. I'm a professional. Okay. No, no, absolutely not. Now, you gotta give me a second to think about it. Okay. Because I can't talk while I think about it. So then there would be dead air. Don't leave one more quick text than maybe we'll take a break and come back and talk about how the death penalty may be going away in the country. Plus, I have definitive information on how to get your your smartphone battery to last. Yes, yes, I want to hear that news news turn it off. Quick text. We got Tim Conway junior gave you to a nice shout out on his show last night. Tim Conway junior does a radio show in Los Angeles. We met him eighty KFI. We met him at the big talk radio convention. We on a panel with him on Friday, and he's one of the funniest SOB's. I've ever met in my life and a charming guy. And yeah, his dad is Tim Conway ORF. I watched that my VHS is of those when I was a child. Tim Conway did a lot of really great things including Dorf. But I'm not sure I'd lead with that. Yes. Sean. Anyway, Tim Conway gave you guys a shout out on showing respiratory kind of pass show topic and city enjoyed listening to you ding Dong. So yeah, he's he's an unbelievable guy. He's just. It was not unintimidated. Oh my gosh. It'd be on a panel with Tim and our colleagues John and Ken who we've long admired. But it was cool. It was super fun talking to the assembled dozens. Yes. Is the death penalty going to go away in this country? I don't know California's making a start on it Gavin Newsom, the governor has announced a stoppage of some sort. We'll get into some of the details of what it costs. What has been spent how many people actually get executed and all that? And I will tell you why I believe it is absolutely unforgivable that he's doing this. And he's right. Yeah. Is there door the Conway family? I didn't want. I didn't mean to insult the. On the Carol Burnett show. He and Harvey Korman, maybe the greatest comedy team of all time. The certainly in the argument north thing was mildly amusing shoes on your knees. All right. Well, well, you are. You're listening to the Armstrong and Getty show. Consciousness of the nation. Going to be kind of a referendum on the westbound right admission center had a crash that is still being worked on on the right shoulder..

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"university california davis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"university california davis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"We follow a lot of it. And it's a it's a mystery semester. Everybody how some things catch on and go viral and national and some things don't I'm surprised this one hasn't yet exploded to the level that the president has commented on it. Right. He's been a little busy. But true is back. It'd be a good one for Trump to mention to talk about this is how crazy California is for instance. Right. If he wants to take on layers whoever's. But isn't that crazy? California's you have university professors saying police should be shot. We'd be better off if they were murdered. Yeah. And how that is flying under the radar to the extent is but we're trying to amplify the best. We can and not only expose the professor and get them run out of town for for advocating the absolutely indefensible in in a horror, especially in the wake of the murder of young policewoman right in that town of Davis, California. But also expose the. Cowardly mealy mouth indefensible activities of the the administration of the university, California Davis among others. To discuss this in some of the more recent developments, Nick Irvine rejoins us, naked a senior at UC Davis associated opinion, editor for the California Aggie which is the campus newspaper at UC Davis. Nick, welcome back. Thanks for being here. First of all. Yeah. Thanks for this. So listen. What's really interesting dos is the way your inquiries are being treated by some of the people in power who you would think would be awfully concerned that they have somebody on you know, on their team advocating the murderer cops. I mean, for instance, your contact with the Gina bloom, the interim chair of the English department. How'd that go? Yeah. So I sent her an Email soon after I had reached out to the professor, and I made it clear that I was writing about the professors history of of making these types of comments and overhaul interaction did not go. Well. Do you have some of the things she wrote you in front of you now? I do. Yes. Yeah. Go ahead. Hit us with what she wrote. Yeah. So three she after her she immediately Nixon how you professor was quote is valued member of our departments. In the university community is strong and popular teacher, any will publish scholar and poet whose work has been lauded across the world and she questioned one K that's irrelevant but go on. So she questioned what I would gain from a conversation with her about the professor, and so I hit back with a full description of what I was writing. And I provided her with the link to his statements in twenty sixteen or twenty fifteen year what she said that cops need to be killed. I also quoted a his tweets, that's it. You think what every living chiampou when did somebody on hand somebody others too many of old age? And so she knew the full extent of what I was writing about. And her response was that's I had fairly flimsy evidence. And I was making some inflammatory action. And I told her that I didn't think I was I had talked to many students. Expressed concern about what the professor at said. And I also told her that I think we can assume he amplifies those feelings in classes. Yeah. Exactly. And that's what I wanted to talk about. And so if if not even about the professor, I still want us to talk about what was and what's what is what is no K through teach at a university setting in the English department. And so gave an opportunity to talk about this. And she ended with saying that she was extremely busy at the moment. And will not be able to talk further about this is she was too busy to talk time. Too. Busy to discuss the fact that I haven't employees beneath me, I'm his boss who's pro cop killing. That's that's that's a heck of a thing. She she's hoping it'll go away and that gets to the whole I don't know how some stories catch on and some don't. But she's just hoping she can ride it out. Which is something. We advocate all the time. When you've got a crisis, right it out, and everybody's attention gets turned to something else. But yeah, that's that's pretty damned week. She's clearly not bothered by it. She makes no indication. She's bothered by this commentary. She claimed that you took her comments out of contact out of context. Do you think you did? No, not at all. I think gave her every opportunity to respond to meet with me. I even gave it a chance to meet with me and talk about general principles of academic freedom. You know, clearly, she didn't want to talk about the professor at all. And so at the very least I. What the English department leadership has to say, and she wouldn't even give me the time of day to do that. They have nothing to say because they know it can't be defended. It's literally indefensible Nick, Irvine UC Davis senior associated opinion, editor of the California Aggie the sort of journalists we need with guts and and principles, Nick. Well done. We will stay in touch on this. Thanks a million. And folks, go to Armstrong and Getty dot com. And click on the link to get rid of this maniac. It's the link is terminate Joshua clover. That's the professor in question..

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"university california davis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"university california davis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Unbelievable. Okay. Let's get back to it. But that's where grapeseed comfortable it's been used in human clinical trials, showing artwork. So now, we're talking about almost three hundred people were clogged arteries when the auditor clogged. There's less room for the blood move through. But it also stiffens the blood vessels. So less blood is reaching the brain. And you start to lose brain cells. So you start to lose memory functions. Right. But also the blood vessels to the legs you getting less blood flow to the legs, you're getting less blood flow to the heart. It's very dangerous. So they gave up their on their typical drugs. Whatever drugs, you know. Dubois drugs for high blood pressure and the drugs for cholesterol, the drugs for triglycerides and the drugs for diabetes, all the usual drugs. They edit grapeseed on half of them. It really had an impact. It was a two year long study. Because it was removing the cholesterol gunk for arteries. It was doing a natural bypass. And they found the amount of cholesterol and walls of the arteries decreased by thirty three point one percent, which made a real impact on your health because fewer of them were having heart attacks and strokes fewer of them needed coronary bypass surgery in your heart. They weren't suffering from schemic events. Now, there's a whole slew of studies showing that. Yes, grapeseed really does impact blood flow. Grapeseed does is it stabilizes the plaque in your arteries, and it's removing now why Stein important if the plaque ruptures. Neck. It's a stroke. Grapeseed stabilize into the blood vessel walls, reducing inflammation in blood vessels, removing the clogged arteries to clogging by thirty three point one percent over to your period. That's unbelievable. That's like making the authories of a sixty year old smoker, like the arteries of a fifty year old healthy person. I mean, that's the equivalent of that think about that a sixty year old smokers on their way to their first second or third heart attack, a fifty year old healthy person. They're not going to have a heart attack. So think about that. University of California Davis that to my knowledge. Five different studies on grape seed extract, five different studies. The second study was in two thousand and six I don't think they published the first study it was like an house study. It was university of California Davis now university of California Davis studies grapeseed because they study wine. They have a big agriculture department. Just like Cornell upstate New York up by ethica has a big department for agriculture and farming. Well, so does university of California Davis because it's really not that far from like, Sonoma and calistoga. Interest to have Agra Nommik farming the economics of farming. Why winemaking and all the different things that come out of grapes? So it's logical that take on the study grapeseed and in their second study when they gave people with metabolic syndrome. Grape seed extract it lowered the top figure on their blood pressure twelve points, and the bottom figure eight points and also was preventing cholesterol from going rancid of cholesterol doesn't go ranch it if it doesn't get oxidized, it doesn't get sticky and the. But that rental. So Lauren atop forget twelve points in the bottom figure eight. Lowers the risk of a heart attack and stroke dramatically. I mean, it really takes you out of danger. And this is on top of the medicine. So metabolic syndrome is really bad about. Fifty million Americans have metabolic syndrome. Where they have a big belly their blood pressure's high sugar cholesterol's high or other things are going wrong data related to that like fatty liver, high, triglycerides, inflammation in the heart. If you have any three of those you have metabolic syndrome any three of the following a big belly. High cholesterol, low levels of the good protective cholesterol, HDL, high triglycerides, high blood sugar. Inflammation of the liver, inflammation, Mahar if you have any three of those you have metabolic syndrome, and then people with metabolic syndrome. That's where the grape seed extract works best people that have, you know, typically a dish sugars creeping up. Their blood pressure's creeping up cholesterol's creeping up they've got a big belly. And they've done a number of studies. And a third study. They had a similar effect. It was the journal metabolism. So they did their second study in two thousand six two third study was in two thousand and nine university, California Davis. They showed the same thing. Grapeseed within four weeks was lowering the top figure in the blood pressure, twelve points and the bottom figuring nine points. Chenevey replicated their dare results three times..

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"university california davis" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"university california davis" Discussed on KKAT

"Laura sure the armstrong in getting chard i apologise he do not have me last minute valentine's day gift idea we will have that for you a little bit later at his new arm strong and getting tradition um i was at the cbs yesterday and getting valentine's day cards for my kids class and the amount of stuff that there that is for grownups the various teddybears and move things how who's doing that i guess i mean is it and you would ironically right loses owing dollars and they look crappy some people are not capable of irony and it has the look of boy you didn't put any thought into this whatsoever right right i mean you're aren't you really better off doing nothing the man just just saying you know i'm not really into ballantine's they i thought you weren't either or something in a benz you the spirit in which it is offered my wife uh offered me something very very silly as a valentine's day gift last night and it was saw it was cute and fun in a wink in it was taken in that spirit so it worked on that level yeah i'm not sure that's the way there some of the stuff um various posters of a unicorn with a heart hundred or sump dauler that sign marais to you gone with a heart so these confucius institutes are selling something to chinese propaganda an american universities moneygrubbers if including the university california davis by the way i have have willingly embrace this infusion of cash and academics at cetera from the chinese government the chinese government which itself says this is a propaganda wing of the communist party and it's absolutely ridiculous marco rubio is talking about it in front of congress have clint marshalls doing all that in his news conference excellent yeah yeah and it's the damn good thing cutter so naive as a country than men were plucky were young were optimistic we don't do you know where it will we remind me of like a 50s fillmore some idealistic congressman goes to washington or some pretty good gal from kansas goes to hollywood and then just we don't quite understand how ugly things are my main concern.

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"university california davis" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"university california davis" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Need to you take know a scoop every the health day check dutch according to the researchers and especially its according to the patients and their leg was functioning better as horrible luke wayne functional index or in other words these people had less trouble walking upstairs or walking down stairs they could walk furthermore comfortably on a treadmill that range of motion approved a range of motion is how much you could bend uni without pain so here's another study this is d nutrition journal um i uh about nine months ago as university california davis held system others center for musculoskeletal health that's over in sacramento california i hope that was hurt by those forest fires in any event they took two hundred people at arthritic niece now desisti university of california davis health system they have a great deal of equity under reputation a sterling reputation that i took two hundred people to offer the cne paint and they gave them this exact product quality checks every day for six months or placebo placebos a fake at strongly outperform placebo sh wrongly outperforms placebo for pain for stiffness and for improving physical function these people getting back on the golf course there were getting back to pick a ball whatever they play platform tennis whatever was and it was absolutely as safe placebo it's a tiny captial who swallow one a day it pulls the immune system away from your orthopedic knee or urethra to kipp and it doesn't get any worse that means if the fda immune system is an attack in the joint it's not causing any further degration degradation of the cartilage and your pain goes away and you're walking on a beach again and you can more furthermore comfortable for me it's been a miracle for me it's been a miracle from it now it's made in a it's made in america cartilage ha and the capsule we use are both made them or go to capture comes from a captured joan south carolina greenville south carolina very clean capsule vegetable caption as many.

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"university california davis" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"university california davis" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Nine two two seven eight hundred two eight eight nine two to seven a feminist professor says traditional science is racist and needs to be replaced with anti science approach traditional science is racist and once again guess who says this a guilty white liberal gosh hunu you could get so many people to hate themselves and hate their country fools 'useful idiots a feminist professor it uc davis university california davis says she intended to challenge the authority of science by re rewriting the scientific fact through a feminist lands well this does fit with all their their of their left a stuff right they're they're they're they're redefining gender right god it was wrong when he made man and woman god got it wrong she she is the clay telling the potter that he got it wrong she knows more than the guy who mater then amazing boy she sought mouse smart gal so uh she is a former neuroscientist turned a woman studies professor watch out she argues nsa that traditional science should be replaced with an anti science antiracist feminist approach to acknowledge production who is gus these people who oh so this is crazy i didn't i didn't i had no idea that that this guy was even i had no idea that this guy was are a football player did you see this guys cowboys signed kicker nugent new jinja's coming to the cowboys you see this yes he has a ranch in like outside of weight go right citing a southern new james comey too he signed on for the novel it's amazing he has bni reported boy signed mr nugent to be there kicker had new jersey do you know that is a kicker all right okay now knows mike nugent right yeah does anybody even care nobody's watching it oh boy hey did you see a key witness in the gwb trial did not get off it's always little ones right always little ones so the art dealer number how he was i price was getting his money one of the ways he was doing it was buys african art crab but he was putting it in a gallery and selling did pocketing an oscar of stuff and then she was buying stuff from him like a karen manning she pleaded guilty to tax evasion for failing to pay taxes on proceeds from her now defunct african our business you know it was not out.

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"university california davis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"university california davis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Time of the oil crisis 1973 1974 i was in the foiled administration passed and signed into law the gerald ford fuel efficiency standards the first ever efficiencies standard law for appliances a whole group of other laws to move the energy system of forward since that time we've had energy efficiency standards implemented through the department of energy expanded extended by almost every president for gerald ford upto barack obama the only person who did not sign such a law with bill clinton so we have four republican presidents who've extended energyefficiency legislation as well as started the cafe standards eta was founded under a republican president so up until i would say at the beginning of the obama administration pretty much energy and climate was quite bipartisan you saw some of the leaders of the republican party who and for president supported dealing with climate romney wanted to deal with with climate issues so to mckay mccain did as well but it seemed like once obama within the republicans in congress took a view with anything that obama's for were again and they really seem to have hood and their position during that time of it and you see this in health care you see this and climate it was if obama has had any successes we're gonna try to go up at dow so sometimes i wonder why was that the trump right now feld you had to get out of the paris climate agreement where he's really not going to make much difference other than giving up our mantle of leadership could it be more of a personal thing that he had the vendetta he has pull down every thing that president obama built up rather than because of any rational thinking so it it was really in that time is turned to confirm what i view is a very conservative view that could serve a view is the natural resources of our nation of the world with conserving because they're part of the vitality the of a nation and that lili sadly have gone to pieces jim sweetie is director of the precourt center for energy efficiency at stanford also amy jaffe from university california davis and guilder and former spokesman for diane feinstein.

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"university california davis" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"university california davis" Discussed on WJR 760

"News is covering it is you hear about an abc nbc cbs new p msnbc new very fake news cnn do what am i talking about this this story from davis cup california davis california it's it's a very well of course a very liberal what california very liberal can i tell you something when you get outside of san the san francisco barrio when you get outside of greater los angeles and then you get outside of the center of sacramento which is the state capital it starts to get conservative quickly believe it or not here in california because much of the state is semirural and and you know how it is i mean these people they've they look they love the land they loved the scenery they live in these communities because they don't like the hustle and bustle they don't like the crazy libs but to davis is a college school associated university california davis is there it is very liberal as a result otherwise it would be an agricultural town and it would skew on the conservative side but because of the university so just incredible i mean they have decided in this this bay area they're not going to report of this story the islamic center of davis this ema to our long sermon mostly in arabic but some of it in english this guy calls for the nile asian of jews and he asks cbs sacrament oh was forced to cover the story cbs sacrament or they don't even have.

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"university california davis" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"university california davis" Discussed on WDRC

"Nature homo orders one culture and national olive ridley seven ryan says but in for savage savages back tomorrow and of course i always the morning show on ksfo michaels flagship station and so as a pleasure to be on the air with you and speak to people from all around the country and of course the phone number is eight five five four hundred seven two way two that's eight five five four hundred savage get your calls in just a moment a lot of people what a check in if you're just joining us right now i question wherever you bed second question is in the last hour we were talking to a buslim guy this is addressing a story that savage blew up obey national yesterday there was a there is a mosque in davis california not that far from san francisco universities hound university california davis was there of the surrounding areas all ag all agriculture and very conservative but you get into the bowels of this out of davis davison it's very liberal because of the college there's a mosque that's the mosque where the guy was spewing hate now i'm talking to the control robredo guys do have the audio you have a a piece of this audio can you can we let let's just here's a little sampling of the audy now when i first heard about this story i thought there was it was only a transcription and was and a lot of the news the the the few news outlets that are covering this they want they almost right the stories to make you believe while he was speaking in arabic but you've got some translators from memory of the middle east uh research memory dot org mbr mam ri the the the ultraconservative all right way out there are memory organization did.

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"university california davis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"university california davis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is covering it is you hear about our new abc nbc cbs news corp eva's nbc new very fake news cnn do what am i talking about this this story from davis california davis california it's it's a very well of course a very liberal what california very liberal can i tell you something when you get outside of san for the san francisco bay area would you get outside of greater los angeles and then you get outside of the center of sacrament oh which is the state capital it starts to get conservative quickly believe it or not here in california because much of the state is semirural and and you know how it is i mean these people they they've they lie they love the land they loved the scenery they live in these communities because they don't like the hustle and bustle they don't like the crazy libs but a davis is a college school a seattle university california davis is there it is very liberal as a result otherwise it would be an agricultural town and it would skew on the conservative side but but because of the university that is credible i mean they have decided in this this bay area they're not get a report of this story the islamic center of davis this ema to our long sermon mostly in arabic but some of it in english and this guy calls for the nile asian of jews and he asks cbs sacrament oh was forced to cover the story cbs sacrament or they don't even have the count the holidays to say was here here's how the right it a marsha he calls for the annihilation of jews and asks his higher power to liberate the al aqsa mosque from their filth so they're willing to describe the jews and their ideology their beliefs as filth but they're not willing to describe this guy's higher power by name it would be allah pledges say it just say it.

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"university california davis" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"university california davis" Discussed on WTMA

"Little voices but filed fly went rupp of meant buf route of their but their wretched mother's womb are planning on creating as much discomfort and and disruption as and and try one says they possibly can i say any better and one other thing over the weekend it at university california davis you you davis i don't year old was speaking bare or they hate at right wing all right and the left there were throwing urine and beat the after police which is here on the ball normal so that they do that's all it is what it is not his normal for the last two to death for kate into bags and roll the met place on that other and you're an bombs and this is a regular thing with these these people now and that makes him a that makes it makes you never know why stamps obama was elected in two thousand eight over one thousand nationwide eight and which from democrat republican no you know would be occupied rent the great ten do you know look peter hazmat look the throwing of appreciate let's hope i want more of that stuff because it his show with regular folks like me how lacked all these people and it's just going to help republican it more speak to do it you obama has fared bennett human rocking hall of the democratic party griffey but i cared indicated follow up however or more st we nationwide have weird the governor shipped him with the number of how _a_c comes with the reserves with the democratic republic of and that's all because of this wretched behavior of left his including the worst here's why and be you know it's going up the yeah no other such as well like you're going to win more behavior coming from the left and i hope.

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"university california davis" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"university california davis" Discussed on KKAT

"California and he didn't end up getting day even do his dangerous flag to or twenty goes on an says politically correct things goes on stage because of uh near right broke down how well how what exactly one on out there i saw the pictures there's stopping thrown about that you know that's that is so a great question that's fundamental do what i was about to talk about but just quickly you should know this about my low if you don't already the whole wildly politically in correct thing i'm which includes his rather to graphic could description of his predilection for young black man he is also one of the most knowledgeable and eloquent advocates of free speech i've ever heard my life and that includes some of the great think there's of our time in the past he is a monster free speech in and appreciative ideas and pull actually speaking yeah he's good he is a troll i think you'll admitted his oh rob or rather smart he's quick and he's conservative and that's why didn't get away with that's was will kind and he has a point so a lot of trolls don't have a point yeah he has a point yeah which is that all speed should be allowed and protected so while sure was here some of the oh journalism of the sacramento bee newspaper and point out where i am part company with some which is pretty frequently as a second paragraph on friday the the university california davis college republicans cancelled speeches by a far right website editor and then ettore is former of former so to cool exact again i don't quite get why he was invited because he was recently banned from twitter's and it was about ryan and right okay so my lows kicked off twitter last year and this far my guy was kicked off to it or an area talk about that so on friday.

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"university california davis" Discussed on K-Talk 630AM

K-Talk 630AM

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"university california davis" Discussed on K-Talk 630AM

"They did a good evening a bank it so yeah alright so i wondered too talk about something did before going trending topic there's a couple offers one as in robert gordon huge he author of right involved american growth and there's also gregory clark and he's got a university california davis and he did a book gone thrown turner ripped off and on him thrown unsightly committee hopes they might start here reimer the title with it he said the economy currently is like need the media though a conley in both of these offers are are supporting alexis alexis here game i like that lexus they're supporting your argument on the economy and it's not really growing if it's not doing very well and there's like ninety nine percent that artists satisfied with under their current economic conditions and so you know it's it's very true so i i wanted it to also the state lexus that you know if you're you're viewpoint jake regress i agree with your argument today there are some things that you might not think you would be interested in because on the surface he might not find an interesting but you might find that if you brooklyn you want before and you said it was a boring talk to top it but i know i know you have to get the lead in all of me wonders of the play what it is in the second but i kind of isn't one talk a tough week in and i was very impressed with you at the time because you thought it was born but you know listening to huge tonight i don't see why you would be born pierre think that it's just look boring on the surface and what it brought out was the setters or bank and andy and in the nba right now and so it sounds like it's a very draw a topic you know.

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