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Richard Paul (Maliseet) Part 2

The Storyteller

09:56 min | 8 months ago

Richard Paul (Maliseet) Part 2

"Welcome my friends to the storyteller who you'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation today. We'll hear more from Richard Paul Analysis from New Brunswick as he shares from his heart about the struggle. He had in putting his trust in. Jesus Christ and so what I did was I. Just LET THEM SING. And without turning the channel and before. I knew it I was weeping. My chair and I was crying tears coming down and I was talking to God saying Lord I I just I just would like to get my life straight if you can help me. And he kept saying you know if you'll just give your life to Jesus right where you're at. He said even in that little apartment where you're at or if you're in like I would just like. Wow that was kinda weird even in your little apartment number thinking US Rome. At of course he made a few other descriptions to in your hotel a few there. Wherever you're at he said Jesus could change your life and I remember thinking well I could use some of that for sure and anyhow he said I challenge you to get on your knees and just ask Jesus into your life and he'll change you right where you're at and before I knew it I was on my apartment floor on my knees and look up saying God. I need. Whatever he's talking about. I need that in my life and I sobbed and I. I said the centers prayer and I invited Jesus into my heart. I didn't know what had taken place I had no idea all I know. Is that before I get on my knees. I remember feeling like man. If some of my friends came in here they'd laugh their heads. I don't think I was crazy so I remember going over. I locked my apartment door and I shut the curtains and and here I was on my knees and here I was inviting Jesus into my life in here in the whole time being afraid and ashamed to what my friends would have thought about the whole ordeal in. Nobody thinks I was crazy or week. Or whatever on so I did and nothing happened. I remember feeling relieved. Remember feeling wow. That was neat but nothing happened. I still the same person you know. Of course by the next day I was maybe that night back to the same old routine cursing and swearing and whatever this went on from nineteen eighty six until nineteen ninety nine. The only difference was every time afterwards. I noticed that I would cry out to God when I'd get in drunks and when I'd get in trouble night by the time I was eighteen or nineteen hundred been locked up and put in jail a couple of times and and I remember all the time talking to God just like it. Did that day. God would you help me? I swear I'll serve? You wanted these days one of these days when I get things right. I'm GonNa give my life totally to you but the problem is and and I know we're all the same ways that the minute life started better that day or later and I started feeling good soon as you start feeling good right back to your old habits again over and over and over. This was a broken record. Thirteen years of my life in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. When I was introduced to cocaine those years were really bad. How is it drug addict drunk and you know what I I? My wife many times had to go looking for me. I just wouldn't come home and my mayor. She left me. This turmoil just went on and on and it went on and of course he keep a brave face. You try to make sure that everybody sees it. Everything's going okay. You know and you try to put on a brave face for everybody but inside. I was toward a pieces. My life was just hanging on by a thread. All these years went by and every time I'd get I'd get doing cocaine and I swore to myself I'd never do it again every time I did it. And then I'd say God if you help me get over this problem or give my life to you and through all those years my brain and my mind would always go back to that moment in my living room. Have my apartment on my knees. We've been giving my life to Jesus Christ then begin to doubt. I began to say that there was no god. I used to curse God. Like I'd say there you don't care about me you don't live. There is no god and then I got to the point where I just wouldn't believe there was a god. I would say you know this not true. My Life isn't made any change. Didn't change my life. He said that if I that preacher said if I get my life to Jesus he changed my life. My life is just getting progressively worse and worse and worse and so this went on. It was a thirteen year struggle with cocaine with my marriage. And you know what finally in Nineteen Ninety nine? My wife had left me four or five times and she began to re discover God. She began to look because she'd been raised Christian and she began to turn back towards God. She must have been hurting. I caused a lot of grief and a lot of pain and a lot of resentment anger. Through these years we had children and so what happened was in nineteen ninety nine after I had been out drinking and just doing coke and hanging out with my friends and just living up the party scene in nightclubs and I came home one morning and she was getting my oldest daughter ready for kindergartner grade. One I don't remember what it was and my son. Youngest one he was in the High Chair and he had food all he was smiling and this was about seven o'clock in the morning. I came home I was still high and drinking and and I could see that my wife had been crying or is are all red and Puffy and I knew that I was just being an idiot again and all of a sudden I was sitting there and I seen my kids with the innocent look in their face. Kinda just looking at me and I. If there's been atomic God spoke to me right there. He spoke and said what are you doing with your life. And what are you doing with this family that I've given you and it just struck me so hard and something rate then made me realize that I really had to turn my life around so she started going to church and I started getting angry about it. Nice night threatened her that if she continued to go to church that it was going to completely ruin our marriage and that. I wasn't going to have any part of it and just went on like that and and I don't know what happened but one Sunday Molly GonNa go with you this morning. If you don't mind she said well suit yourself. We haven't been getting along very well and as you can imagine that Sunday when preacher started to preach. I couldn't believe what he was telling me. I felt like I was the only one in that whole church and he was talking rate straight to me and I started to feel tremendous pressure in my life and I remember thinking. Wow it reminded me that morning in my apartment when I was watching this guy and TV. Sing and I started to feel those same feelings over again this anxiety and this wanting to leave and wanting to stay and I just can't explain it. I just had this anxious feeling and I started to feel like he was really talking to me and he was talking about my life and he was saying in towards the Andy said he said. I don't know why I'm saying this today. So don't usually get this way. But he began to weep and he said I just feel like. There's somebody here that needs to just quit running from God and give your life to him and surrender your life to Jesus. I thought to myself wherever I heard that before and I remember I hung onto the puny. I would ask you to come down here at the end and I like to stick around. Pray with you just like to give your life to him and I stood there sternly in my few Vij Lodge Church overnight left in a hurry but I couldn't deny something was talking to me that week following Sunday. Same thing we go to church. Music was great and going to the church. Same thing it course. In the meantime I'm still going out drinking and doing my thing and I'm there Sunday morning following Sunday at Church again and he starts speaking a different message completely totally was relating to me where I was and he started talking about my life describing not and I remember feeling anxious feeling and all the same thing God begin to talk to the God began to draw me it was like God was like a magnet news pulling me and pulling me pulling me and I was resisting and I I'd hang onto the Pew. I'd stop my feet standing. I'm not budget. I wanted to so bad but I was so afraid people would stare at me and I was afraid that there's probably three hundred people there and I didn't want everybody looking at me. I know the only native person in that church I know I was there might have been. I didn't know it then but there was another one there. I didn't I didn't realize I did know him. You know and but here I was and I just wouldn't go down pride and you know just just didn't want to go. I was actually afraid and ashamed and I didn't know what my people would think back home if I was a Christian and just a whole flood of feelings and questions so I went home and I remember the second week when I went home. Feeling guilty thinking. Why did not have the courage to go up there? Why would I have the courage to stand up? Not Stand up for me but for my family for my life and take charge of my life and let God completely rule. It

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My Seven Chakras

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"vij" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Damien system to then go haywire. And guess who's guarding that barrier? It's these bacteria. I would say that the majority of those bacteria over ninety percent are actually our friends just much like the earthworms in the soil by these are friendly bacteria that each have a function whether it's helping guard that single cell barrier within the intestines or whether it's modulating your immune response, or whether it's helping you metabolize things that you have ingested, and basically detoxified poisons that you're ingesting whether it's getting rid of cholesterol. So it doesn't get accumulated in your blood vessels and cause a heart attack. Whether it's manufacturing vitamins, like vitamin the B vitamins are actually made in the gut. So if you give somebody, of course course of broad spectrum antibiotics, and you wipe out this friendly bacteria. They're gonna end up with vitamin deficiencies. They're going to end up with of a terrible infection. Which is actually a big problem in hospitals called c diff plus trillion. Missile it's bad bacteria, a bad guy. And so when you can when you just carpet bomb, right? The whole city, then you kill everything. And but ninety nine percent of the inhabitants of that city were good guys, and you just kill off everything. So now, there's there's a lot bigger proportion of bad guys that can now kind of take charge, and I can have really untoward consequences, and there's a lot of parallels between soil, health and gut health. Right. So what we do to the soil outside when we're dumping chemicals synthetic chemicals pesticides, herbicides that kill the back area that killed a living things within them. And I mean, just those foods would having that same effect inside. And we can do another whole show on this. But I'm trying not to go on and on because I know short on time. Absolutely. I mean, it's all about. Finding out who we truly are. Right. Or who we are truly hosting? He's bacteria. So the punkish based on what you've shared thanks for sharing so much today. What is it? One action step you'd like to recommend for someone listening to this episode right now, what action step would be to look at your meals and choose one meal out of the day that you're going to really eat for health. Right. You might not be eating all your meals any of your meals for health right now. But choose one meal and make it a significant change where you're actually eating for health. And then you can eat for whatever. Other reason you're eating familiarity, tastes, social reasons for all the other meals but start with one and see how that feels. To read the entire show notes for today's episode, including the inspirational court, the book recommendation and certain nuggets of wisdom that you might not have been able.

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My Seven Chakras

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"vij" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Organic and get away from processed food and junk food, and ate more plant based food stay away from may, dairy and eggs as much as you can. I think you're going to be okay. Wonderful. Thanks for that splendid advice now in your book. You also mentioned that the food that we eat is much more than canneries fan, so carbs and proteins, and sort of I guess suggested that the the play other roles in this nutrition. Is that correct? It is. So, you know, it's it's not it's a lot more than just the energy part of it or that we can physically measure, right? We're taking an energy, but we're also taking an intelligence from the environment. And again, depending on how that food was prepared. It is going to affect us differently. And you think about eating an animal and immediately you can visualize that animal would not have been happily sort of galloping over to the to the slaughterhouse. And so they were that karmic Lord that you're taking in when you're ingesting an animal, but this energy and intelligence that we're taking in and. Again, we have humans and plants or let's say animals of which humans are one and plans have lived in this synergistic relationship for hundreds of thousands of years, and we are designed to eat more plants and the plants want to be eaten. So that we we ingest, for example, you an animal eats an apple or a mango, and it goes on its merry way. And it goes than Pook somewhere fifty miles away from the original place, and mango is very happy. Because now the mango tree gets to spread seed fifty miles away. And that's how that species stays alive and guest to survive. So it's this mutually what? Because symbiotic relationships that have existed in nature, and when we try to go in alter those relationships, we do that at our own peril. Got it got it. So thanks alert for shedding. It's all about I guess going back to our roots as human beings and understanding who we really are. I mean, are we the farmers that we, You you know, know? say we are right now. Or are we essentially hunters and gatherers or did we spend a majority of our existence as human beings as hunters and gatherers like you said hundred thousand years approximately and then we became farmers. And then we got this predictable supply of food nine terms of breakfast, lunch dinner. But, but let's talk about a topic that people usually associate with an hygenic conditions bacteria. You written that the typical human has a lot of bacteria in it. And the typical human has far more bacteria cells than human cells in the body and ten times as much data as our human DNA and works more is that there is good bacteria and that is backed bacteria. So what exactly is good bacteria? Yeah. It's so fascinating agent that we have a whole ecosystem within us, right? And as ten times more. So few say, your AJ, are you really AJ? Or are you, you know, you're outnumbered by the bacteria within Chris, really? They're the ones who are who are deciding what you do because they live in this integrate relationship with their firing back signals and messages back to your biochemistry and their DNA is interacting with your DNA. And that's the net result of how you behave and what happens to you is is is the result of what this whole ecosystem. Is doing much like the planet earth. Right. What what happens on planet earth is really what's going to be happening because of its inhabitants. And we are just now starting to unravel this mystery just like the human genome project which came about about ten years ago where we do identify which gene codes for what there's something going on called the human micro by project where we are actually just at the cusp of starting to understand what is the function of these trillions and trillions of bacteria of many different species that live within us and connections are being made with auto immune diseases, right again, when we eat foods that alter that gut blood barriers we have a single seller barrier that separates the dirty side from the clean side inside our gut. And if that barrier gets destroyed, then those things that shouldn't get inside our bloodstream or getting inside our bloodstream and activating the immune system and causing..

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My Seven Chakras

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"vij" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"So those are the definitions that if if you're I were a farmer, and we want to get certified as organic those what that's what we need to get those are the criteria that we need to meet and right away. That would happen is. And this was started in California. It was the first state that actually introduce organic foods and the certification would come from supplying seven years of soil samples, so we'd have to supply seven years of soil samples to show that your soil is clean. It doesn't have those things that I just named the simple request asides fertilizer herbicides sewage sludge based fertilizers no GMO seeds and no irradiation. And if I can show that for seven years in a row, then I can go through this process, and I can get certified organic. So there's the California certified organic federation. I think it is he COO F. And now there's a UC USDA certification as well. I'm sure you guys in Canada have your own certification system, which I would trust for the most part if if something is labelled as organic I would be willing to trust that if it's coming from the US or Canada, not so sure if it's, you know, coming from China or some other place as but. Do you have to go to hold food and spend your whole paycheck there? No. Do you guys have whole foods in Vancouver? Oh, yeah. We do. And in fact, the fact that now, holy foods is part of Amazon, we might be able to are a whole foods online, which makes it good or bad. I don't know. Working really hard to their credit is really working hard to make organic foods accessible to read to everyone. But the number one purveyor of organic food is not hold foods WalMart because the people that shop at WalMart, which would be, you know, not the same demographic that shops at wholefoods is becoming aware and they're asking for organic foods. But even so you don't have to go and buy everything organic you can look at something called the dirty dozen Rankin. I mentioned that in the books of the dirty dozen are the top culprits as being most contaminated with these pesticides, herbicides and things like apples seemed to be on the top of that list. Every year they put that list out every year. So things like apples, strawberries, blueberries is all greens, collard greens. Spinach. Cucumber celery, peaches, pears plums are some. The examples of the things that would be the dirty dozen. They happen to be my favorite things to eat than they are all in the dirty dozen. So those we should try to buy organic when we can on the other end of the spectrum. They have what we call the clean fifteen and all this is in the books. So you don't need to be writing this down, but the clean fifteen or things. Like bananas, avocado pineapple. I think papaya is in their onion, broccoli, those are relatively clean. So you don't need to get your money on buying those organics, if you can just get the dirty dozen.

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My Seven Chakras

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"vij" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"It's not just about the length of the slave per. It's all also about the quality of the slave. So thanks a lot for that wonderful advice. We've spoken about foods that are potentially not good for us sugar. Unhealthy fats, some sort of excessive animal protein, we spoken about fasting and benefits of doing. So. And now I wanted to talk about not as foods, but superfoods. What exactly as super foods? So there are a lot of superfoods and Amnon really right by what is what do we mean by SuperFood? Anything that turns on signals of health and wellness and vitality in our body is a SuperFood. Right. Anything that that turns on signals of of of illness and making us feel sick and tired and sleepy is the opposite of a SuperFood. Right. So again, eating close to the nature eating things that have had less processing less transportation from when they came out of the earth. So there have more Pranav more life in them is going to be the way to get more superfoods. And newer across the world. When you look at poppulation that live long and have really healthy people that are even later in life. They're still really healthy and looking good. These are people that are eating a nutrient dense plant rich diet reading unprocessed foods reading mostly plants mostly planet, and so the superfoods in nature would be the things that have a lot of color, right? Okay. So greens greens of different varieties. Spinach collard greens, kale. You know, you name it beans beans. Get a lot of bad rap, but beans are these wonderful SuperFood. Really factory of goodness that comes from major, and it's all vegetarian they're coming from plants because their seeds of the plant. They're designed to have all this energy and intelligence within them because he seems will stay alive and keep the DNA of the plan to live until it's time for Germany at which might be the next spring. Right. So the seeds can stay good for months and months, sometimes years. So different varieties of beans to having some green some beans root vegetables, like carrots, and sweet potatoes. Again, with color are would be in the category of superfoods Bates are really good beats are again a root vegetable that have cleansing effect and again in our Indian food, we eat things like okra and bitter melon. Those have really good cleansing properties for the body mushrooms and onions mushrooms and onions are in the category of superfoods, and then the big ones are berries and seeds against such think about a salad, you can think about having lots of greens in it have some beans beans will give you the protein as well as some complex carbohydrates, which fiber, right? Some onions with for some anti-oxidants mushrooms have some protein some antioxidants as and fiber which will go under jested in reform food for the gut bacteria and you put some berries on top. We'll give it some beautiful color a little bit of sweetness a little bit of tartness ending adopted off with Tim sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds, and I try to have that kind of lunch every day. And then something like that since I switched to doing that..

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My Seven Chakras

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"vij" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"The problem is that in two thousand eighteen there's no famine. Right. So we just go from face to face to face to feast. And so we're constantly in that fed state when in in that fed state when we are in that fed straight to insulin levels are high insulin is a storage hormone. It says, okay. Let store this energy because that famine is coming soon. Right. So we, but we stay in that part of the cycle because the famine doesn't come. So we keep storing and storing and storing insulin levels stay high, and we don't go into ever into burning that fat. So when you're when you're intermittently fasting. You're sort of cycling through phases of being in the fed state and being in the. On fed state when you're the non fed state, insulin levels will go down. That's when you use up some of that stored energy. So what I talk about as a very simple way that you know, anybody can do this shrink the feeding window to about eight hours. So that we have the other sixteen hours to metabolize to burn to utilize that energy, which would mean either skipping breakfast or ideally, eating your dinner earlier. Right. So your insulin sensitivity is higher in the earlier part of the day. So rather than skipping breakfast AJ? You do even better if you had a breakfast at maybe a little bit later Rex's at nine or something then quit eating at about five. So actually, bring your dinner time a little bit sooner. And so then by dot eating anything after five you're not only staying in that non fed state from five pm until the next morning. You also eliminate a lot of what else do we do in the evening hours? Right. We eat popcorn while watching television. We eat potato chips. We eat ice cream. We drink. Beer, right. You all that stuff will eliminate and if your friend said, hey, we're going out for some beers. You say, well, I'm fasting. I'll go out with you guys. But I don't really put anything about mouth after five. Yeah. I think it's maybe because of the social aspect like you suggested it's a bit difficult in the evening, right? I mean in the morning, it's like you're just waking up you maybe getting to work planning the day. But it's interesting is it is it better to sort of fast and evening compared to modern biochemical would be better to fasten the evening because again, you're your capacity to burn energy as well as your activity level. Everything is sort of winding down, right? The engine getting ready to shut down for the evening Breda's in the morning. It's it's everything is revving up. So you can put fuel in the body. You're going to be up in about you're going to be running around. You'll be able to utilize it, especially if you know get to move around a little bit in your job. Maybe you stand part of the day instead of sitting in your chair you'd get up and. Walk when you go after talk to somebody instead of shooting them, an instant message or a text or a phone in you go to the furthest bathroom in the building you park, your car, faraway. They're more opportunities to be active in the daytime yob. But you're right. The majority of people will eat it will maybe skip breakfast have a medium sized lunch and have a huge dinner, and then plop themselves in front of the television until they become comatose, which are the opposite. Again, the old adage all these wisdom's are already there. Right. Yes. You've heard about eating like breakfast, like a king lunch like a prince, and then like a Popper, and you know, you mentioned ancient Hindu Indian traditions where there's a lot of writing about about fasting. And there are sects of Hinduism by jen's don't eat after sunset, which is such a beautiful concept. Right. So you allow your body to go into the non fasting state, and you also get to digest the food a lot better. And the byproduct of that is that you have better sleep. Marvel and I'm sure most of our listeners would appreciate some better quality sleep because they understand that..

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My Seven Chakras

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"vij" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Once they gave up dairy not to mention that. If you're giving a very giving one other food that is. In a lot of unhealthy in all things that are masters food. That is cheese. Right. We've got we've got cheese in the pizza crust. We've got extra cheese and our sandwiches. We've got reporting cheese everywhere, that's actually docs to the reward receptors in the brain just like heroin, and so by cutting out there, you would cut out a lot of the cheese and butter and saturated fat, and and so on so that would make a difference ice cream is a big one that many people. You don't have a weakness force if you just say, okay, I'm going without dairy. Then you might be able to cut out on a lot of these foods and see how you feel right? Check it out. See while you feel do it for six to eight weeks. If you like it, you can continue if you don't like it. I'll give you your money back. So I love the fact that you speak about familiarity and district because these are the two things that I guess as humans we're looking for. We're looking for food that will allow us allows the Sawai of foods that and awarding food set up potentially poisonous. We're looking for foods that are familiar and foods that are tasty. And under this bucket. We have you know, food such as which Suga with unhealthy fats, and and it will protein, and you tune in your book that in excess of those is not good for a body. So could you elaborate on why exactly they're not good for the body as much as we can eliminate these? We we are better off animals when you're eating animals, essentially, the higher up the food chain that you're eating the higher. There's bio concentration of all the toxins that we talked about earlier. So if I'm eating, you know, a cow, for example, you are much more likely to be picking up environmental toxins that were in the soil. Whether it's heavy metals, or arsenic or the pesticides such as Monsanto's roundup in life upset that was sprayed on the fields, which which you know, in the United States these commercial agriculture feed operations gaffer's use corn. And soy why? Because. Gordon soy are cheap. And the sons are subsidized by the government. But that is not even the native food of the animal and on ninety percent of this corn and soy is genetically modified. So that it can be sprayed with these best asides at much higher concentration that you would have been otherwise be able to do. And now the animals are eating that food. So guess what's happening? We'll get where that all the chemicals has been concentrated in the flesh of the animal, which we then consume, and you know, as far as you know, the whole system is is just rampant with. Really manipulation right this greed greed to sell more.

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My Seven Chakras

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"vij" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"It a cowherd, right? He. Yeah. He had cows. And he would take care of cows. And he came from a family of essentially, what might be called dairy farmers right now. But this was you know, those cows, and that milk was, you know, my grandparents had a cow, and they had that cow was the personal cow that was in their backyard. Right. And they took care of it like a family member or much like somebody would take care of their their dog or cat. It had a name. They were tweeted they were talked to it. And that milk would you know? So you're knowing what's going in to that animal to produce the milk that it was producing correct. And right now, again, we don't know it's it's it's homogenized from maybe ten thousand cows milk this all mixed together along with the pus and everything else body fluids. Getting in there, and motions, I guess and the carmont that's absolutely or more. So you're you're taking away something that's meant for its baby. Right this baby formula for the cows kid. And instead you're saying, hey, I'm not even emigrant, but dothan I'm going to drink your baby formula and your baby. Can you know, stay right there, and you can look at your baby crying for for food. But we're going to take away all his food. So and then there are significant significant number of people that actually have some sort of low grade inflammatory response to today in general, even it's you know, organic and all that stuff. So I think in general if someone is sort of struggling with their weight or chronic diseases. It would be a good idea to try giving up dairy. And like I mean in my whole book, I'm very open minded about openminded experimentation. Yes, we have to figure out what works for each and every individual person. But in my practice, I've got. Literally, hundreds of examples of people that had dandruff or skin rashes, XM a- allergies asthma. Abdominal pain irritable bowel constipation alternating with with diarrhea stomach cramps. Bloating gas and much of this just went away..

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My Seven Chakras

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"vij" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"You talk about the importance of awarding certain foods, right awarding hormonally dangerous foods. So could you talk to us a bit about what this food? Yeah. There's so many hormone dangerous foods, or I would say things that are not really even food right there substances that are mimicking as food that have infiltrated our food chain, and then become part of it. And now, they're hyper palatable, they're familiar and convenient rights look at food as being the first thing that somebody says it needs to taste good. And the second thing is right. It needs to be something. That's familiar unit. Don't. Me to eat something that I can't even recognize and I've never seen it before. And if it's conveniently available, then I'll do it if it has to, you know, take me three hours to make dinner, then forget about it. And so in that process of making things convenient than hyper palatable, we have allowed so many things to enter into our into our kitchen pantries into our refrigerator that shouldn't be there. I'm talking about processed foods with ingredients that you couldn't pronounce the ingredients that your grandparents wouldn't recognize that have, you know, fifty sixteen gradients on the side of the box or the package is probably something that's not even edible. They're loaded with chemical deluded with Mr. Cise loaded with preservatives, things to increase shelf life, give them color, and, you know, mouth feel and sometimes they taste really good too. And you get addicted. They are actually designed to be addictive. So that would be a no brainer. Right. Get rid of as much processed food as possible. Eat close to the earth. Eat foods that have had less steps between that food leaving. The farm making its way to your plate. But then in that same category. I would put out hall, right? And every day. There's a new study saying, hey, I'll call is good for you. And then everybody all the drinkers get really happy. The bottom line is alcohol is not a health food. You know, red wine drinking red wine isn't going to make you live longer. There are some studies that may be decreases certain heart conditions, but it'll increase your chance of having cancer. Even having one glass of white wine and a woman will significantly increase the risk of breast cancer, for example. And there's there's so many accidents is so many so much violence. You know, everybody there's so much human cry right now about gun violence in the United States. And you know, alcohol is implicated. That's the first thing that the cops wanna find out if if there's something happened. Hey, was there alcohol was firearm? So there's that correlation, and then I would think about dairy to in in the way that it's produced. It's mass produced in these dairy farms where all the milk gets margin is these mechanized dairy operations where these cows are just lined up and there'd be clear rounded being given chemicals to keep them lactating. They get sick. They're giving antibiotics. Yes. So so you're taking in something that maybe if you were a baby college would work of okay for you. But now, you're taking in really a body fluid of another species, which sixty different, you know, active hormones that work really well for the car and make that help decaf grow into a full grown Calvary quickly. But as human adults, I'm not convinced that that we should be drinking as much milk, as you know, the advertisers, tell us, so so those would be some examples, and there's many many more. No, here's a question that I have. And I think it would be the right person to answer. This question is the idea of Derry, right? I mean, there's a lot of research tells us that is known as Elliot's people say, it is went on the other hand, there are some people who say that you should you know, like a blanket statement like you should avoid all day. Right. And you know, coming from India, you would agree that cow is an animal that tiny respected and everything is all revolves around. Car dairy products and milk, and even Krishna they need God was all about milk. So, you know, is it just some type of there is bad or are humans not designed to consume dairy or? Well, I think what those statements would be partly true. You know, you talk about the milk that is described in the scriptures at Christina was actually he was a what do you call?.

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My Seven Chakras

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"vij" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Your listeners who are into more of the mind body connection. We could say that metabolism is a movement of life energy or partner through the body. Right. It is transactions that take food which is fuel. But that food has not just energy, but also information, so we take an energy and information from the environment from the universe. And we convert that into lifeforce that gives us gives our body all the things that it needs for us to be able to do all the great things that we we are able to do. Right. And so if that's metabolism and metabolic syndrome. It would be when metabolism is impaired right of that energy flow is impaired in some way, and on a very physical level. We would diagnose someone as having. Likely to be having metabolic syndrome, if they have a big belly, right? If they have an increase in what we call waist circumference. Will look look at something always hip ratio. Their blood pressure is higher than a certain threshold. If their cholesterol numbers are higher than a certain threshold, if their blood glucose fasting blood sugar level is higher than a certain threshold. So we can do all these tests to confirm it. But essentially, you can look at someone and if they looked like they have a belly sticking out where if you ask them to stand straight in the shower in over the Toews and their head touching the wall. And if they look down, and they're not able to you know, see the contour of their feet very clearly because they have a belly sticking out. And it's very likely that all those blood tests numbers are going to confirm again being the internal medicine guy. You can confirm the diagnosis, but you already know what it is ninety percent of the diagnosis already made just by looking at them, gutter gutter. So I love the fact that you are looking at a wide variety of factors rights. At the tests and experiments, of course. He also looking at your you're looking back on your experience. And and you'll infusion an ideal taking drawing from both sides of the spectrum. Now, one of some of the midst or maybe misconceptions if there are any associated with metabolic syndrome. All there are a lot of misconceptions about it. And that was the reason why chose turbo metabolism for my book because in working with people with high blood pressure, and I beat as in better overweight, obese having heart problems. And they, you know, everybody wants to lose weight and everybody thinks that there's something wrong with their metabolism. And it to large extent that's a myth. The myth is that only about one percent of people are actually born with some sort of defecting their metabolism. The other ninety nine percent have impaired metabolism because of environmental factors because of decisions that they are knowingly or unknowingly making by these are diet decisions these lifestyle decis. Visions. He's decisions about how we manage stress. How we sleep our relationships.

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"vij" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"vij" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"So thanks once again for joining us. Thank you awesome. So likely always do in each and every episode I'd like to ask you, what is your favorite inspirational court, and how do you apply it in your life? L it changes from day to day. But one that I've been pondering this week is the best state of plant a tree was twenty years ago. The second best day is today. So if you, you know, of course, if you're planted an apple TV twenty years ago, you'll be eating apples. But if you didn't and the second best time to do it as just a moment, you realize that route and the way that I applied that is that I am making a conscious effort to start each day. Think of each day as a gift as a new beginning and do my best each day. So that we can make tomorrow a little bit better. And if I'm not around for that better tomorrow, it'll be, you know, our our children, and grandchildren, and the people that inherit the planet from us more of a thanks a lot for sharing that code. It's one of my favorites as well actually drive. No matter what goals are plans you've made. Maybe it was two years back affiars bagging for some reason or the other you didn't follow through or something happened to you. Remember that it's not afford for somebody's another things did not happen and you'll hear and you the fact that you hear it means that you have survived. Now's the time to plant. Seed so that you can start your brand new tomorrow, and you go. About that age is that the score will never be worse than one zero. Right. If even if you screwed up yesterday, so is one two zero you're losing. But now, we cleared the chessboard again, and we start all over again. It's a new game every day. Absolutely. Did you game every day? And with that, let's begin. Fungus your doctor of internal medicine, right? So what does that involve internal medicine? I think is the most fascinating branch of medicine, and, you know, the philosophers and thinkers, and the poets and the analytical people and the detectives go into internal medicine and stay in until medicine because we're the ones that use our heads to make a diagnosis and in order to make that right diagnosis, you need to have knowledge of the whole body and treat the person as a whole person rather than relying on tests and procedures we actually use our head to arrive at at least a working back notice. And then we can get specialists to help us out to confirm what we already talked to be the case. And as a result, I have the privilege of meeting with people that will tell me the deepest darkest secrets of theirs that they don't share with anyone in to form relationships over many many years in decades. And I so grateful for the work that I have chosen to do. Literally. I mean out of all the relationships that are there. I think patient doctor relationship is one of the most sacred rights, and the fact that Dr spent so many years to get to where they are. It takes a lot of time as well as I'm sure energy and challenges. So what made you want to become a doctor? Did you always want to be one? Well, I had an uncle who was a doctor, and you know, my brother, and I thought that he was really cool. And but anyway, as a kid, you fantasize about things more from just the physical appearance of things only gets to wear white coat and everybody says, oh, Dr Saab is here. You know, judge Sabas respectable way of addressing someone in back home in India. And that's all we knew in the psych. Okay. He gets to go in and he makes people better in this smile and everybody loves him in the little town that we lived in..

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"vij" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"vij" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Location near you. Well. Story in a manner of speaking three almost twenty four after the hour here on the JV program. Lindsey buckingham. Late Fleetwood MAC is now suing his former bandmates alleging that they together conspire to kick him out of the band without just cause. Lawsuit filed in L A county. Superior court Lindsey Buckingham seeking damages for lost wages from the tour that his legal team estimates fourteen million bucks. Common. Belief around Buckingham departure from the band, which was confirmed by members of labor MAG is that he refused to tour. This year wanted to focus on his own career. He claims that's not true the admits to asking his bandmates or later in the year. So we might release in protozoan album. I he conceded to their timetable when they refused. Vij also claims he was willing to accommodate Stevie nicks demand the band reformed. No more than three shows.

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KSFO-AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"vij" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Eye radio on talk radio vij 60 g s cervo feeds red eye radio he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara what was that you were just reading me from a river brit beef break after we went into the break oh above the flag lemme go back to it so so they went back uh when when morris the lady group first reported it than roofs times found out that she had mistaken the flags she pointed out she pointing to the current political climate as a possible reconfirm mix a sh here's the quote maybe that's the story we're so stressed by all things political unhealthy things that aren't fair maybe that's the story it and you can start with me oh my gosh i i just uh mm i'm not going to shake my head i'm not going to give it that much energy just amazing i remember though that campus were they thought there were nooses right there were gonna have a rally the next day um they thought they had found some nooses hanging from trees now she's actually a crime author to this woman who reported it rebecca morse okay she's a crime author in new york times bestselling author specializes in crime and she didn't know the dental she didn't know that as she didn't know the difference between lynagh region flag and a confederate flag i have a nephew that's an expert on on flags he can look at it and tell you boom i'm not gonna say i can identify a but i i know that it's not a confederate flag i'm not going to pretend to admit i could identify every flag except of course the taxes in the american flag i can identify love you might recognize japan's flag the uniqueness of the note pan not i said every flag i i couldn't do every flag had no idea no the japan flag which some for some reason in the 80s people started putting on shirts what was that why did people put the japanese flag on no idea on shirts and the states by the way not not in japan in japan they were like no we know what the flag looks like the canadian flag without incident that any flags at halfmast though after the us won the curling the s ryan us curley us when the curling gold on you see where they wanted to come back on they were they were trying to get a free upgrade the adult it to.

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"vij" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"vij" Discussed on Z100

"Anything or so now you asked you're stuck with bill that are worth anything and you're out that money and when i don't understand is if they're responsible pollick you would think the bank wouldn't have counterfeit gatling day now each bill i think that bank would be safe i don't know how they're gregory eyedropper i by her mr powder eric rush revere vij we've mr pottering britain mirror pera read the bank you can stole the money from uncle ted yoho what movie was was yet wonderful i s article thank you australia of us all scared thank you pray career by by have a great day yes what's the latest oh cases this from the consumerist dot com it says that it is usually the policy of banks that once a customer accepts the cash whether it's counterfeit or not if the customers problem and not the bank's small because the bank can't prove that you didn't get that counterfeit bill elsewhere brian and bring it back and what real money for it it's lovely though it's up to you this article says two when they hand you the bills verify them yourself at the counter good how do i get those pens blood has you can hold onto the light and there are like embedded things within the within the bill itself that see now i'm no afraid to live my life finally we talked to corey them we gotta move on you work at a bank right cory argue over okay so what happens if you the banker give me a counterfeit 20dollarbill now my problem not yours exactly baffoni is a 100percent right sooner you walk out of the doors it's yours onto car each she was just not use cash anymore there have my idea i wish that.

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"vij" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"vij" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Three on talk radio vij 60 kia several welcome back function we returned to the phones tom in fayetteville arkansas welcome sir great to have you here thank you all i wanted to talk to you about the uh uh the the way the media is weaponized against trump who story about the uh uh the football league and how they reacted uh trump was winning wittiest narrative about it was unpatriotic you what needed time to do it when they national anthem was was played well they have a figure out a way to make yes respectful and that will her thing about this uh repaired or within did you call although lou uh did you call i will go well heroes you will all game uh and talk to their windows i think this was shut up i'm not no proof conspiracy buff but when you have a congress warm man who just happens to be on the car listening and that makes your now up a narrower narrative out of it let me let me let me interrupt you hear georgia sank is tom i am i i wondered the same thing myself i remembered back when an editor grandfather and grandmother were driving along looking for christmas presents further grandkids may hata cell phone monitoring radio in their cadillac back in the early '90s in him just by they were able to monitor of a cell phone calls a newt gingrich yeah i just practicing citizenship here like everybody has a cell phone scanner in their cadillac and the what they heard they heard new talk at a john rainer about strategy well we're we're we are witnessing real democracy say senate after the new york times and a new york times reported on it and i won the first one when i saw that the the to congress one of the congresswoman was in the car and all this the the first thing i think when these people are involved is set up and you're your point if i understand your point is look at what the players are proud they're being accused of being antimilitary antimissile what do they do try to turn it around so that it looks like trump is antimilitary and doesn't care at your point here it is because he bernie strong what the military and they know it.

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"vij" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"vij" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of sean hannity home on one station talkradio vij 60 ksfo it's on the gamblers patino officially out i'm rich johnson president trump says he's on democrats when it comes to time to vote on a republicansponsored taxcut bill dare against major tax cuts that's going to make our country stronger and more competitive that's a hard thing to win an election on and i believe that some democrats will be voting for us when it comes to the tax credit for the president spoke on that and many other subjects at an impromptu rose garden news conference after his lunch with senate republican leader mitch mcconnell and he raised some eyebrows with this blast at his predecessors specifically president obama when it comes to calling the families of service members killed in action i was told that he didn't often and a lot of presidents don't they write letters why do at she has repair i do a combination of both sometimes it's it's a very difficult thing to do but i do a combination of both a former advisor to president obama calls that claim a lie president trump says he will soon talk to relatives of the green berets recently killed in the african country of new year staff to talk about containing northern california wildfires when you're talking about so many fires for example the central complex fire which includes the nuns fire the tubs fire the pocket fire the oakmont fire now scorched more than one hundred thousand acres alone range in containment from fifteen to seventy percent still cal fire says they have the fires on the run correspondent jim rupe in los angeles judge in spain has ordered to leaders of catalonia's independence movement to jail has the pair are subject of the subject of a sedition investigation cattle on his regional police chief though is allowed to remain free university of louisville decided to fire men's basketball coach rick pitino with caused meaning he will not get any buyout pitino at the center of a new scandal involving a number of schools and alleged payments to players families near the close the dow jones industrial average is up eighty six points the nasdaq up eighteen i'm rich johnson i would urge them amdro four hundred m losing might on on the ballot burly quickly some of.

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KSFO-AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"vij" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Were you vij 60 key as evolve san francisco england's san oh cumulus station fema's draggged gun debate i'm barbara kusak fema administrator brought long said the four hurricanes that have struck the us in its territory so far this year had strained resources long told abc's this week that some eighty five percent of the agencies forces were deployed were still working massive issues in harvey erma as well as the issues in puerto rico and the virgin islands and now this one book the bottom line is as it were position to support may very well nate weakened to a tropical storm this morning as it moved inland over mississippi and alabama the national hurricane center said storm surge flooding continued in coastal areas debate over gun legislation has been fuelled by the national bagging in las vegas a week ago democratic representative seth molten told abc's this week plenty of studies that show that states to have tighter gun laws have less gun violence and this is an american epidemic it's really a public health crisis i've seen the effects of government first hand in iraq and i know that it has no place in our schools our streets at our concerts and there are things that we can can do to reduce it within the second amendment but also and this week virginia republican representative scott taylor put a different spin on the issue the vast majority of gun violence or in a few space and they all have tight restrictions on guns you can't have got to dc but they're still gunfire let's thousands of israeli and palestinian women trick through a biblical desert landscape today converging on the shores of the jordan river in a march for peace the women put up a peace tent named for hagar and sarah scriptural mothers of ishmail and isaac halfbrother patriarchs of muslims and jews kim jongun promoted four of his closest advisors to north korea's powerful ruling body the move exhibits how kim surrounding himself with loyalists working to affirm his rule his younger sister is among those given more power i'm barbara kusak hey america we need to have little we've got more food than we like to deal with it as contrary yet seventeen million kids in america are.

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"vij" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"vij" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Did he talk radio vij 60 kia civil san francisco england's north korean decision a probe widens i'm anne cates the united nations security council has voted to penalize north korea for its latest missile launched us ambassador to the un nikki haley says beyond yangambi hit with bands that will cost the regime more than a billion dollars a year the price the north korean leadership will pay for its continued nuclear and missile development will be the loss of one third of its exports and hard currency this is the most stringent set of sanctions on any country and a generation but all investigators are looking at the deal links between former national security advisor michael flynn and turkish officials of course went up four sanchez a special council as requested specific documents from the white house pertaining to flynn even going as far as to interview witnesses and question them about ties between the former national security advisor and the turkish government president trump has begun along august break at his golf club in bedminster new jersey accompanied by new chief of staff john kelly he'll be holding meetings during the working vacation then continues through three us marines missing after an osprey aircraft crashed off the east coast of australia correspondent barbara star lay or searching for the member who were on board the m v twenty two aircraft that can take off vertically like an old copter and then continue to fly on like a regular airplane coup into real court florida marine as sinkhole that swallowed to homes last month atlanta lakes florida is growing past cocaine emergency management kevin guthrie says to more houses the tampa suburb of been condemned to heartbreaking for me to have to do that to go to a person is in both their entire life than their savings in your checking into into a home and say that that home islam going to end up lobbying there anymore crews are trying to stabilize the sinkhole i'm anne cates this is a court ordered notice current and former bmw mazda subaru and toyota owners were less sees can receive payments and other benefits from a legal settlement related to allegedly defective.

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