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FEE: How Government Created the Baby Formula Shortage

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 1 d ago

FEE: How Government Created the Baby Formula Shortage

"There's a great site dot com to freedom based site It's a group that's been around since I was a kid It's been around a long long time And of course the propagandists like Buttigieg in the others are out there left and right but as they write here Christina now that's not her All right it cut off on my printer but let's get to the facts Few may realize if a baby formula is one of the most regulated food products in America You know who said that The New York Times Back in March 2021 Christina selenski writing in The New York Times said baby formula is one of the most tightly regulated through pilots in the U.S. With the Food and Drug Administration dictating the nutrients and vitamins and setting strict rules about how formulas produced packaged and labeled Well there's only four companies that do this Well now you know why It's so heavily regulated Nobody can really break into the market Despite these regulations more likely because of them many American parents buy an approved unapproved European formula even though New York Times reporters zelensky notes it's technically against the law There are large Facebook groups devoted to European formulas she writes where parents share spreadsheets and detailed notes on ingredients and how these formulas compare in their U.S. counterparts she notes This was written a year ago Some caregivers report choosing them because European brands offer certain formula options like those made from goat's milk Our mug from Pasteur from pasture raised cows Which are rare nonexistent in an FDA regulated form in the U.S. Other European brands because of the perception that the formulas are of a higher quality

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"vitamin" Discussed on You Beauty

You Beauty

02:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"vitamin" Discussed on You Beauty

"So <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Laughter> <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> it's great that it's <Speech_Female> in your routine. <Speech_Female> However, <Speech_Female> vitamin <Speech_Female> C in the morning <Speech_Female> is usually prescribed that <Speech_Female> way because it is <Speech_Female> best friends with <Speech_Female> sunscreen. They <Speech_Female> get together and make <Speech_Female> an agreement and they <Speech_Female> say, hey, yeah, <Speech_Female> let's fight free <Speech_Female> radicals from sun <Speech_Female> exposure together. <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> when you combine <Speech_Female> vitamin C and then you <Speech_Female> pop your sunscreen <Speech_Female> on top, what <Speech_Female> happens is when the <Speech_Female> UV rays hit <Speech_Female> your face, particularly <Speech_Female> UVA rays, <Speech_Female> the two <Speech_Female> products combined are <Speech_Female> actually more effective <Speech_Female> at fighting <Speech_Female> that free radical damage <Speech_Female> and kind of neutralizing <Speech_Female> that damage from <Speech_Female> the sun exposure. Then if <Speech_Female> you were only wearing <Speech_Female> sunscreen alone. So <Speech_Female> it's kind of <Speech_Female> a double whammy. 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However, <Speech_Female> if <Speech_Female> you're not applying <Speech_Female> sunscreen in the <Speech_Female> morning and <Speech_Female> calling that a morning <Speech_Female> routine, there is absolutely <Speech_Female> no point in doing anything <Speech_Female> at night because <Speech_Female> you're not going to be able to mitigate <Speech_Female> the damage from the <Speech_Female> day without sunscreen. <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> if you just <Speech_Female> have to do something, I <Speech_Female> would almost do <Speech_Female> morning. I know that <Speech_Female> sounds <Speech_Female> well actually no, I can't choose <Speech_Female> between writing at night. <Speech_Female> If I was so important <Speech_Female> and they do different <Speech_Female> things, but <Speech_Female> SPF during the <Speech_Female> day is just <Speech_Female> so, so important. It takes <Speech_Female> 30 seconds. <Speech_Female> Yeah, it takes 30 seconds <Speech_Female> and if you <Speech_Female> want to just not <Speech_Female> even add extra products, <Speech_Female> just do you see <Speech_Female> if vitamin C serum <Speech_Female> under SPF <Speech_Female> during the day. And then you can do it <Speech_Female> again at night if you really <Speech_Female> want to. I mean, <Speech_Female> there's so many other <Speech_Female> delicious things you're missing <Speech_Female> out on like <SpeakerChange> vitamin a <Laughter> and Lena are like, <Speech_Music_Female> why would you <Speech_Music_Female> use the same one <Speech_Female> twice <SpeakerChange> in a day <Speech_Female> when there are others? <Speech_Female> I know. <Speech_Female> I've gone through periods where I've <Speech_Female> obvious vitamin C <Speech_Female> not as well. <Speech_Female> But best practice <Speech_Female> during the day <Speech_Female> because it teams up with <Speech_Female> sunscreen and really helps <Speech_Female> to fight that damage <Speech_Female> from the sun. <Speech_Female> So if you take anything <Speech_Female> away from <SpeakerChange> that sunscreen. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Always <Speech_Female> sunscreen. <Speech_Female> For some reason <Speech_Female> I'm like now comparing <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> serums <Speech_Female> to like my favorite <Speech_Female> beverages and <Speech_Female> like even though I <Speech_Female> love coffee, <Speech_Female> I like to use coffee <Speech_Female> in the morning. <Speech_Female> And I also <Speech_Female> love wine but I don't <Speech_Female> have wine in the morning. 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Tim Eaton and Eric Discuss the Tremendous Growth of NutraMedix

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | Last month

Tim Eaton and Eric Discuss the Tremendous Growth of NutraMedix

"Is that people who are about mission, it doesn't mean you're not about profits because the whole point is to make profits to feed the mission because you care about doing this for your passion. But what I always find ironic is that people who are all in on mission get bigger profits. I mean, this has been now a long time. And the company has grown and grown and grown and you're giving away millions of dollars. I mean, where are you now with nutrimetics dot com and the 50% of the profits? What are these numbers look like? It's a supplement. What do you call the organism? I mean, the companies that it's a supplement and vitamin. Well, we were a neutrophil company. So we produce natural products, vitamins, minerals, herbal extracts, and we sell those to healthcare professionals and directly to consumers. Okay. So that's who we are. Dietary supplements. And so it's going on three decades here. And the company has grown tremendously. Yeah, I mean, I always like to say that God gets credit for all the good things. I'll take credit for all the mistakes. We founded the company and I guess it's 1993, and we finally founded new traumatic and began, and we've been able to God's allowed us to give about 16 million now to ministries and our goal is to surpass a 100 million by 2030. And the funny thing is 2030 sounds like 50 years in the future, and then I realized, no, no, no. It's 8 and a half years in the future. Well, we have some exciting projects lined up and some new initiatives and we believe that we can hit that goal. So first

Remember When CNN Flipped Out When Trump Unmasked?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 2 months ago

Remember When CNN Flipped Out When Trump Unmasked?

"Trump took his mask off after getting back to The White House? Play cut 68. It's going to come. Here we go. A very different takes it off. And incorrect message. And you see him here. He takes it off, and he's getting ready for his pictures. The flags Flank him. Great, Caitlin, this is what he did. This is the moment. This is what he produced it for. He wants the image to be. I'm strong. This virus is nothing. His tweet today, feeling better than I did 20 years ago. Don't be afraid of COVID. Don't let it dominate your life. There he is. This is the image he wants. What's wrong with that image? Who would have that message should have been the message from the beginning? Treatments, azithromycin, hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin, vitamin D levels, which we never talked about, fitness, not being fat, not over drinking, getting proper sunlight, monoclonal antibodies, prozac, aspirin, all of these things, intravenous therapy, ozone therapy, all of these things have been proven to help with the treatment of COVID. And yet the media they wanted hysteria. I just ask you guys to think and

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'15 Days to Slow the Spread'... 730 Days Later

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 2 months ago

'15 Days to Slow the Spread'... 730 Days Later

"Hello everybody. It is two years of 15 days to slow the spread. Where were you two years ago? I remember exactly where I was. I was in Phoenix, Arizona. We didn't really know what we were dealing with at the time. I remember exactly the office I was sitting in here. In Phoenix and I remember the turning point USA team that was in and we were all really confused. They're going to shut down the country. What does that mean? Are they going to have martial law? Are they going to prohibit people from going from one block to the other? What does locking down mean? And we kind of all learned what a lockdown was pretty quickly. 15 days to slow the spread, and then it became 30 days to slow the spread. And it's been two years of lockdowns now. What's so amazing, though, is it's not the virus that did this. It was our reaction to the virus. So two years later, what do we know now that we were told then? And what can that do to actually help us look at the news that's happening today? But we were told then that people could asymptomatically spread the virus. We were told that this came from a bat in the Himalayan mountains. We were told that there were no treatments largely available. All you had to do was stay at home. And if you got the virus, get a ventilator. We were told that you must first not wear masks than wear cloth masks. We were told that treatments such as hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin and vitamin D levels, and Ivermectin, none of those things. Could possibly help you. We were told that the virus could be spread on a surface and could stay there for upwards of a week or two weeks. So we had to wear gloves and we had to scrub down all the surfaces. We are told that children could be super spreaders of the virus. So we have to lock down schools.

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We Are in the Midst of 'The Great U-Turn'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 2 months ago

We Are in the Midst of 'The Great U-Turn'

"We are in the midst of what is called the great U turn. The great U turn is when the people who are in charge of the pharmaceutical companies and we spent most of the beginning of this year, by the way, talking about omicron and lockdowns and all this, and it's totally gone. But now all of a sudden, the justice side is bubbling up to the surface. Where those of us that are not going to allow the crimes against humanity that were enacted from the hydroxychloroquine azithromycin, Ivermectin, being prevented from being administered, we're not going to just sit idly by and allow this to continue. So because of that, we need to kind of make sure that our terms are right. And what was actually done to get us there. Cut 13, the CDC director admits now that the vaccine is not as effective as they claimed and quote had two little caution and too much optimism. Play cut 13. Can we even improved? Well, I think I can tell you where I was when the CNN became that it was 95% effective on the vaccine. So many of us wanted to be helpful. So many of us wanted to say, okay, this is our ticket out, right? Now we're done. So I think we have perhaps two little caution and too much optimism. For some good things that came our way. I really do. I think all of us wanted this to be done. Nobody said waning when all this vaccine is going to work. Oh, well, maybe it'll work at all where off. Nobody said, well, the next variant doesn't, it doesn't, it's not as popular dense and variant. And that's where Shell walensky, who has been going on propaganda network after propaganda network. And is now admitting that the vaccines aren't as effective as we would have liked, had two little caution and too much optimism. Never talking about antivirals or natural abilities to be able to boost the immune system, vitamin D booster shots were never something that was significantly talked about. Of course not. That would have been too easy. It would have empowered people. It would have prevented mail in ballots would have possibly prevented the great reset from enacting, but we are now living through the great U turn.

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Douglas Giampapa: A Healthy Lifestyle Is a Wheel

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Douglas Giampapa: A Healthy Lifestyle Is a Wheel

"Start off. I think one of the things you mentioned was, you know, everybody talks about not needing it. Let's talk about this. Where does this start? Is it not? Is it where do you see the healthy lifestyle starting? So if you picture it as a wheel, right? And there are many spokes on that wheel. There are certain spokes that are more critical than others, but they're all very important. So if we want to focus on priority wise, like the top 5 spokes, it's going to be diet, exercise, sleep, reducing stress, supplementation fits in there as well. And they're all related. So it's hard to say, what's the most important because as you'll see as we talk, they all kind of interact and impact each other. So on that wheel of health, you know, if we talk about the first spoke diet, most people should get their most of their nutrients from food, vitamins, minerals, other micronutrients. But what we find is most people don't. The data shows people are deficient in almost everyone is deficient in one or more vitamin or mineral. Many people are deficient in several. Why, because they're not eating right, they're eating on the go, they're eating processed foods, they're eating saturated fats, they're eating high carb or high calorie, but low nutrient density foods. So that's all things people know. So I don't want to harp on that. One of the things people don't know is one of the most important things you could do is it's called calorie restriction. And it doesn't mean starving yourself. But what it does mean is eating 15 to 25% less. So if you can just eat 15% less, which isn't hard, if you've got a 25 2500 calorie diet, 4500 calorie diet and you eat 15% less, you're looking at 2100 calories roughly. So that's really not so bad.

Why Omicron Can't Cancel Christmas

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:13 min | 5 months ago

Why Omicron Can't Cancel Christmas

"A crime was basically announced right after Thanksgiving. It was the new variant. Made the stock market plummet. New York in anticipation of a Macron decided to re-engage and lockdowns, mask mandates vaccine mandates on a cron is something that we must be very afraid of is what we're told. Oh Macron, if you just watched Fauci, the NIH and the CDC, it sounds like this is COVID two. It is mutating in a more vicious, deadly and aggressive manner. What's really going on here? How many people have actually died? Of all Macron. Is the virus getting stronger or is the virus getting weaker? Well, according to Neil Ferguson, who was the original lockdown artist, he was the person that originally, the imperial college study, way back at the beginning of the pandemic in March of 2020, he has even come out and he said that Amy Kron is 45% less likely to cause hospitalization than delta, by the way, that's without factoring an Ivermectin hydroxychloroquine azithromycin vitamin D levels vitamin C, obesity age, underlying health conditions, intravenous intervention, aspirin melatonin or Qin. And if you're not able to rattle off all those treatments, I encourage you to listen to our podcasts and equip yourself. Your government wants you to be scared and unprepared. Your government wants you to be fearful and confused. There are legitimate interventions and treatments that could potentially help you. Get to know them. Do not leave yourself or your loved ones helpless, trusting the federal government or the bullet bureau going into Christmas. 45% less likely to cause hospitalization than delta, according to a major British study by Neal Ferguson. Among the previously infected, the risk of hospitalization from a drop by as much as 69% for both the vaccinated on the unvaccinated. So what does that tell us? That means that if you've had COVID before, even if you get COVID again, it's likely not to be as intense.

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Noah Was a Conspiracy Theorist Until It Rained. Dr. Vladimir Zelenko a Conspiracy Realist

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:57 min | 5 months ago

Noah Was a Conspiracy Theorist Until It Rained. Dr. Vladimir Zelenko a Conspiracy Realist

"And so doctor talk a little bit about how you've had this correct hypothesis from nearly the very beginning. And you've now seen the vaccine and some of its failures. You've seen all of this kind of unfold. How are you processing this? It must be incredibly frustrating for you, especially as you see what's happening in Israel here in the United States because as you say you've treated 7000 patients. It's incredibly liberating for me. I have to tell you that becoming aware of reality, even if it's unpleasant, but at least living in reality has therapeutic value. And not living in a lie. So I reverse engineered the worst crime in human history. And I've put the pieces together and I see the puzzle. I see the big picture. And I'm not a conspiracy theorist. I'm a conspiracy realist. There's a joke, right? No, in the Bible, was a conspiracy theorist until the grand, right? That it wasn't the theory. I'm going to use that. Wait, feel free. So it began when Cuomo murdered 20,000 nursing home residents in the state of New York. Blocked access, he issued an executive order where my patients can't get hydroxychloroquine. And it was my patients because I was the only one in the state doing it. Let me ask you a question. A drug that was used over a billion times over 65 years is FDA approved for lupus rheumatoid arthritis malaria malaria prophylaxis is given to nursing mothers is giving to pregnant women given to children. Some people live on it. Their whole lives. And all of a sudden, it's deemed dangerous, but it's all dangerous for COVID patients. It's not dangerous to pregnant women or taking it to a room to arthritis. And so he issues an order where patients can get it. Well, that really made sense to me. So I improvised I did research again. I innovated. I found the substitute for hydroxychloroquine. On the NIH server, it's funny. And if something called quercetin, and I didn't even know what it was, I just Googled it. And I see that it's over the counter. I said, oh my God, I just discovered the cure to tyranny. Because I could say listen, Charlie, screw the doctor and there are two reasons why people die from COVID. Is the moronic doctor that delays treatment? And the tyrannical government that people live under that blocks access to lifesaving medication. Besides that, there's really no reason to die from COVID. That's what the evidence shows. So all of a sudden, now I can just circle then all the regulation and just say go to the right and shop buy some corset and vitamin C, D and zinc, take it in the right way and you'll be okay. And that's incredibly liberating. I have to say, because people could reintegrate back into society and they could see the people they loved. They don't have to be isolated. Then I have to live in

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85% of COVID Deaths Could Have Been Avoided, Says Dr. Peter McCullough

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 5 months ago

85% of COVID Deaths Could Have Been Avoided, Says Dr. Peter McCullough

"Peter McCullough with Joe Rogan saying that 85% of deaths attributed to COVID-19 could have been prevented with early treatment. Play cut 38. I testified in the U.S. Senate, November 19th, 2020, I told Americans under oath, that 50% of the lives at that time could have been saved. We are at about 250,000 deaths. Based on what I do, I then testified on March 10th, 2021 in the Texas Senate. Sworn testimony, I upped 85% of the deaths could have been avoided. We know that, because we carried out studies we did one with Procter and douse Fort Worth, where we demonstrated that even the early primordial protocols before the monolith coronal antibodies when we used drugs in combination, were associated with 85% reductions in hospitalizations and deaths compared to fair compared to our groups in for death we used the trichina area in DFW averages age adjusted. How often do you hear that on your mainstream news? 85% reduction in deaths, hospitalizations, and what he's saying is exactly what we've been saying. Ivermectin Z PAC, zinc, IVs, aspirin, potential oxygen supplement, vitamin D and if necessary, monoclonal antibodies. Imagine

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Seeking Knowledge About All Possible COVID Treatments Does Not Make You an Anti-Vaxxer

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 5 months ago

Seeking Knowledge About All Possible COVID Treatments Does Not Make You an Anti-Vaxxer

"Doesn't really know what to do with us. So they mislabel us as anti vaxxers, which is not true, obviously. We just ask questions. Then they say, oh, you don't take COVID seriously. No, it's actually we take it more seriously than you. We take it so seriously that we're exploring treatments and we're also honest about populations, body weights, whether how underlying conditions of who actually might be seriously at risk. If you're a 17 year old that place high school football, you are not at serious risk of having even a difficult time with let alone dying from the Chinese coronavirus. The data shows that. If you're a 78 year old, even vaccinated person who's a chainsmoker and is significantly overweight, you better know treatments. And so this was our advice all along is that every single American family in your home, you better have a COVID ready pack. You better have a steady dose that you're taking already to get your vitamin D levels up. To get zinc to have zinc to be able to take vitamin C does very basic things. Eat a nutrient rich diet. Get exercise, not be fat. Basic things. But instead, and this has been the great disservice the vaccine propagandists have done. The false promise of the vaccine. Is that people did not go do their research? They did not properly equip themselves with all these different things. They said, oh, I just got to get the vaccine. I'm going to be taken care of. And what it did is that it disabled the population from being properly alert and informed if and when they get infected with this virus.

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Why Isn't the Government Talking About Proven Alternative COVID Treatments?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 5 months ago

Why Isn't the Government Talking About Proven Alternative COVID Treatments?

"I was recently helping a family friend of mine and my wife's who got infected with the Fauci virus and was having a tough time with it. Now, we've never had the position. That this virus should not be taken seriously. And said, we've had a mature position that if you're younger, you should have a completely different perspective on how to handle the virus and how to navigate it. In fact, we've always been hawkish on early treatments, intervention, proper diagnosis, we've been skeptical on masks obviously in vaccines in a false promises associated with them. And so we helped this individual by giving them information. So they called me and they said, look, Charlie, you talk about this stuff a lot. My doctor says there's basically nothing I could do. So I got really interested, so I went to the NIH website. This is what your government's website says on how to treat the Chinese coronavirus. This is a legitimate quote from the NIH website. If a patient is not vaccinated, they should be counseled about wearing a face covering and getting vaccinated against the SARS CoV-2 infection. Wait, what? Wait, so if you're not vaccinated, the treatment is to get vaccinated and to get a face covering. You read on the NIH, if you type in, it's a super interesting. COVID-19 treatment. Not prevention, not prophylactic, COVID-19 treatment. There's almost no literature on the NIH website of how to actually treat COVID-19 from home. You have to dig deep into what's called unverified NIH journals that are submitted to go even find any sort of inkling or a rumbling around vitamin D, which we know has a direct correlation with COVID

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Are We Going to Get Serious About the Threat of the 'Great Enemy'?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 5 months ago

Are We Going to Get Serious About the Threat of the 'Great Enemy'?

"The bigger question when it comes to China is, are we going to be serious about the great enemy? That we are going to be facing the next hundred years. The answer for the NBA, the answer for Hollywood, the answer for Wall Street, the answer for many of the tech companies has been, we want to get endlessly rich, off the Chinese Communist Party. We built that. You know, Barack Obama had that famous quote in 2012 when he was campaigning for president. you did not build that. Somebody else made that happen. Well, China I have a message for you. You did not build that. We made that happen. Your entire empire is because of a massive labor arbitrage that we executed against our own people. It was people from Mackenzie people like Mitt Romney. People that came from venture capital that cared more about trying to maximize pennies on a dollar to try to lower wages so that we can get more plastic from Wuhan and now vitamin C and penicillin and critical drugs are now made in Mainland China and not in America. We are always told that endless trade was going to just make us endlessly richer. And look, trade can be a benefit, of course it can be. Obviously. It would be against economics to say that. The question is, what's the downside? A mature society asks the question, what's the cost? There's a cost to everything. And the cost is, okay, we get a bunch of piles of plastic from China, okay? We get to be able to make points on the deal of opening up new manufacturing plants of a bunch of plastic we're never going to use. Or t-shirts we're never going to wear. Okay. What's the cost? How about millions of your fellow countrymen here in America out of work that then go get displaced to opioids and destroy the muscular class? Oh, we don't care about them. We just care about maximizing profits. Well, what about the destruction of small town America? We don't care about that. We just care about maximizing profits. I'm not saying it didn't maximize profits, but was that holistically the best thing for the country? Is it a good thing that we do not manufacture or we don't produce vitamin C in this country?

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One Thing Could Have Prevented Nearly ALL COVID Deaths

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:27 min | 5 months ago

One Thing Could Have Prevented Nearly ALL COVID Deaths

"So if I were to ask you, what are the most important numbers in your life? Things that you can measure objectively. You might say your credit score. You might say your net worth might say how much money you have in your bank account. You might say your stock portfolio. If I were to ask you what numbers are ones that you track and that you try to improve, there would be a whole variety of numbers that you would offer. But what if I told you that a new study has come out that is getting no coverage from the activist press, of a number that very well might be able to predict your ability to handle and survive a case of the Fauci virus? No, I'm not talking about your credit score. I'm not even talking about your vaccination status. I'm talking about your vitamin D levels. A new shocking article by my friend and just a brilliant, brilliant thinker, Daniel Horowitz. Studies show an aggressive vitamin D campaign could have prevented nearly all COVID deaths. Now, I was a little skeptical before I read this. I was skeptical, because I said, boy, you're trying to tell me that an aggressive vitamin D campaign could have prevented all COVID deaths. I'm going to read this article almost verbatim and go through it. But before I do, I've heard this anecdotally from ER doctors from nurses in the emergency room I say, what is the one thing that every single person who dies from the Fauci virus have in common? They say, oh, they're vitamin D deficient. They say it without even any hesitation. I was recently getting a vitamin C infusion. I try to do that every so often just to try to keep with good health and I'm a big believer in IV treatment and I think that you guys should check it out as well. And the people who administered the IVs for this particular clinic, they also work in the emergency room. And I asked them, I say, is it standard protocol in the emergency room? In Arizona to administer a vitamin D booster shot as soon as someone who is COVID positive comes in they say, no, we don't even have vitamin D at the hospital. Now I've heard it some hospitals they are doing this, but at least in banner and some of these other places in Phoenix, Arizona. They are not doing this, which is

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Steve Deace: The Number One Driver of COVID Surges in the World Is Vitamin D Deficiency

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 6 months ago

Steve Deace: The Number One Driver of COVID Surges in the World Is Vitamin D Deficiency

"That's exactly right Nobody is lobbying on Capitol Hill on behalf of vitamin D seasonality If your name's Matthew McConaughey or Jennifer Garner and you get an audience with Anthony Fauci as a big Hollywood star and you ask him about vitamin E he tells them the truth and even admit hey I take 8000 IUs of vitamin D a day Well you know last year when everybody was locked down instead of sending him checks that just crushed our inflation rate why do we send everybody at vitamin D pack Because the number one the number one driver of COVID surges in the world is vitamin D deficiency The number one driver That's because that's what is connected with the seasonality here But we would do things like this if it was about healthcare And it's not And the mask mandates were to condition us for vaccine mandates The vaccine mandates are to condition us to hand over our bodily autonomy because once we've handed over our bodily economy we are essentially now handed over That's what this is about This is about a mass acquisition of power and control We are seeing hospitals now that are losing lawsuits about Ivermectin who are then still after the patient they're going to chase last weekend where a guy got Ivermectin and walked out of the hospital A few days later they are still appealing it How dare he survive They're still appealing He's not setting a president that they have to do this There was a case in Wisconsin where the family said we'll bring in our own doctor You don't even have to put your hands on it and the hospital still said we won't let you do that even if you bring your own doctor in and then the guy died Whatever This is insane We're in control as I

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Editor Joel Berry Describes His Comedy Influences

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:56 min | 6 months ago

Editor Joel Berry Describes His Comedy Influences

"Folks I am talking to Joel berry not to be confused with crunch berry or really any berry, Joel berry you're your own man, and you grew that beard of your own volition. Did you grunt it out in hopes of landing a gig with the Babylon bee? Because I know that if they see an unbearded youth walk in, they just think like he's probably not reforms enough for us, right? Yeah. Well, I was hired and I started reading spurgeon and like the next morning, it just was incredible. I'm going a beard virtually all the time. But I just shave it off before anybody notices. But I want you to know that it's there. You know, it's happening, basically. It's happening as much as your beard is happening. It's growing about the same rate. See that sometimes. I think you should the next few years. If you take certain vitamins, you could like grunt it out in four days. It's unbelievable. Okay, so here's my question for you. When you were growing up, like ten minutes ago, who were your heroes? Who were your comedy heroes? Is there anything that influenced you or what's your comedy thing? Well, you know it came a little bit later in life. I'll be honest. I was homeschooled very sheltered. You know, I grew up in the world where you know you don't watch The Simpsons, you know, you stay away from The Simpsons. So I had to kind of play catch up later on. But I want to know what level are we talking? It's one thing to avoid The Simpsons. It's another thing to turn your own butter. Like where were you on that spectrum? You were maybe a step above churning our own butter. We were pretty long Jean skirts on the ladies. Oh yes. And like a whole Holly hobby kind of aesthetic? Yeah. So those early Apple on B jokes where we would talk about the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, introducing its first baptist supermodel in the long Jean skirt. Those jokes were also too good. It's too good. So yeah, so what did so when did you I mean, was it reading the onion? What was it? What were you reading that made you think I want to do this? Unless it was the B itself. Yeah, it was the B itself, you know? I think the bee was originally inspired by what the onion did. Our founder Adam Ford, he read an onion headline shortly after the Alberta fell decision when they redefine the meaning of marriage at the Supreme Court. And it was something to the effect of forced Supreme Court Justices suddenly realized that they will be the villains in an upcoming Oscar winning movie. You know? And that's a pretty good headline, right? Yeah, it's very good. And I think Adam at that point, he read that. And even though he vehemently disagreed with the point of view of the onion, he had to respect the joke. Why aren't we doing

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"vitamin" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

05:18 min | 7 months ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of acupunctures my life now in this episode. I have a question for you. That question is is all you vitamin a deficient. Do you know a real what. The symptoms are for vitamin a deficiency. Do you understand the important in the role in which vitamin a. Plays in the body. Many individuals don't and this is where eastern nutrition to an acupuncturist. Along with acupuncture comes into play. Why because vitamin a. Plays a big role in your overall. Health is well as body performance. Because it's a fat soluble vitamin that's important for many functions. Let's say such is your immune system vision metabolism reproduction and plays a key role in the proper functioning of your brain. Your lungs your kidneys and your heart now their food sources whereas you can get vitamin from which is important. This is why say seeing an acupuncturist is super important. Because we're well versed in eastern nutrition and along with that is your middle jiao. Extracting nutrients properly is functioning properly at an optimal level at super important.

Biden Tries to Tame Supply Chain Crisis by Having Los Angeles Port Open 24/7

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 7 months ago

Biden Tries to Tame Supply Chain Crisis by Having Los Angeles Port Open 24/7

"Biden who is finally commenting on the supply chain crisis that is happening of importing products into our country. Now the easy and the simple way to diagnose the supply chain crisis is, we should not import so many products and goods and services from overseas, we need to self sufficiency agenda to make things here. I think that if president Trump would have articulated legislatively and politically, a self sufficiency agenda in 2020 and introduced pieces of legislation to reflect that, saying we want things to come back to America. We want vitamin C, penicillin, PPE products, all we made here in America. That would have been widely popular. So how bad is the cargo ship backup, cut 63? You know, this is both a symbol of success and failure, really, right? It's a sign of a strong economic rebound, but also our failure to plan for it. For instance, you know, paying people not to work with unemployment expanded benefits when we had 537,000 job openings in transportation and warehouses. But the point is, Harris, you know, for Christmas, you may not get what you want when you want it, what you want to pay for it because why? It's out here with me. And so Biden's grand strategies, hey, let's just work 24 hours. Now, I have a very simple and obvious question. You're trying to tell me our ports don't work 24 hours in our country that's an incredible thing to think about. That our ports are already not working 24 hours. Biden says, don't worry I got it solved. We're gonna work around the clock. Yeah, what a genius solution. Cut 59. And today we have an important announcement that will get things you buy to you to the shells faster. After weeks of negotiation and working with my team and with the major union retailers and freight movers, the port of Los Angeles announced today that it's going to be operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The extended hours the administration is touting represents something less than the full around the clock operations that are typical of the world's most advanced cargo moving

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Ever Notice How the Only Government-Approved COVID Treatments Come From Big Pharma?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Ever Notice How the Only Government-Approved COVID Treatments Come From Big Pharma?

"Have you noticed this pattern here That whenever a potential not solution but treatment for coronavirus that may help surfaces and that treatment is not a big pharma treatment who pays off a lot of our politicians in D.C. I can't look like some government savior injected themselves to fix it If it's just a simple solution like you know maybe vitamin D a little bit of sun zinc quercetin they're not suggesting these are gonna secure you overnight but these may be things that can help Ivermectin hydroxychloroquine and now aspirin have you ever noticed ever since we see these solutions emerge potential solutions emerge That if they don't involve big pharma all of a sudden the government seems to lose its mind in the media go on attack right away They can't control

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Health And Wellness (MM #3835)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Health And Wellness (MM #3835)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason as we get older the one thing we're told to focus more of our time and attention on is our health and wellness. And let's be honest, you get consumed with it as you get older. It's not something I thought too much about. I thought about it, but I didn't think too much about it. 30s and 40s. Now what I'm above the equator, I think about it, okay, not all the time, but darn close to all the time. And I'm always wondering what to take what to do, should I take this vitamin? Should I take this supplement? Of course I've talked about this before. My wife has told me the other day she saw a commercial for dayquill, which we all know it's been around for a long time. The daytime cold medicine, but they packaged it differently now. They packaged it with daqui for the person who catches the cold and then with another one of their products super to help the person your spouse who's around you to boost their cold fighting antibodies to keep them from getting sick. Courses you hit your 50s, hit your 60s. There managed to get that flu shot every year. Last year, they were worried about the flu and COVID. Now this year, we're worried about it even more. You can't win, you can't stay ahead of the game and you still sometimes just wonder what to do because doctors can't agree on that either.

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"vitamin" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

03:32 min | 8 months ago

"vitamin" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"I received an email this week from a new listener. Who wrote to me. Saying i just found your podcast this year. And i'm working through all the episodes. I'm currently on the episodes from two thousand and ten and had been learning. Lots of new and interesting ways to eat. Better and feel fabulous. I recently saw a video on vitamin you. Would you do an episode on what this is and why it's good for you. Well first of all. Welcome to the podcast. I'm so glad that you found it. And you know what after thirteen years of doing this podcast. There aren't that many nutrients that i haven't mentioned at least once. But i have never talked about vitamin you so i think it's time to set the record straight vitamin. You is not a true vitamin it's actually a sulfur containing compound that's founding cabbage and other vegetables in the brassica family. Its chemical name is s. Methyl methionine in the nineteen fifties. It was thought to be an effective treatment for peptic ulcers. Which is why it was dubbed vitamin you. You ulcers back then. We believed that painful stomach. Ulcers were caused by stress and spicy foods and the standard treatment for them was to follow a bland diet and take and acids and that did help somewhat but apparently not merely as much as cabbage juice. There are a handful of studies from this time including one. That was conducted among inmates at san quentin prison anyway. These studies found that drinking raw cabbage juice relieved pain and healed ulcers more quickly than the usual approach of the bland diet and the antacids and it was a lot of cabbage juice in these studies. Patients were typically drinking one quart of raw cabbage juice a day so just imagine that for a second well today we know that while stress and spicy food can certainly exacerbate symptoms if you already have an ulcer. They don't actually cause ulcers so what does there are certain. Medications that can injure the stomach lining. And if you're taking one of those that would be the first suspect but aside from that. Ulcers are almost always caused by infection with h pylori bacteria and the standard treatment. Now is of course of antibiotics to knock out that bacteria and this is highly effective not to mention a lot less unpleasant than drinking a court of rock habits juice every day. Just as an aside we've also learned that the long term use of antacids can have a lot of unintended consequences including increased risk of osteoporosis and bone fractures nutrient deficiencies and intestinal infections. It turns out that maintaining an acidic environment in the stomach plays an important role in our health. So it's just as well that we no longer treat ulcers by chugging milk of magnesia and you know i think we also want to be cautious about using acid blockers on an ongoing basis for acid reflux. Now they are sometimes absolutely necessary to prevent damage to the esophagus. But i think we often use them as an alternative to lifestyle modification which can sometimes resolve the problem. So you really want to do everything you can to resolve acid reflux through non-pharmaceutical measures and say those drugs for when they are absolutely necessary. You might want to check out my previous episode on how to avoid acid reflux. It's episode sixty.

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"vitamin" Discussed on You Beauty

You Beauty

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on You Beauty

"An sa have found. It's a chestnut. True in is really hard to find a vitamin c containing product so vitamin c is l. Scorebig acid only illustrate casted. It has some non evidence based cousins. Things like a skull phosphide anything. That's a school or a school. Bait is a non evidence based cousin of vitamin say for which there is no evidence that it will do anything. The vitamin say does and so. That's a real problem. We need to be looking on your package and making sure that there's a skopje captured in there. That it doesn't say if the other things that water is not the first ingredient because it goes off it stuck in water ford as the major ingredient you need to be looking at the packaging that really really matters because if you have something sign a dropper now it's going to be exposed to lie to air well those things make vitamin saco off. It's such a iniquity little ingredient in needs to be illicit needs to be paik bottle. It doesn't like hate you console. Leave it in the bathroom cabinet. If you stay out the bathroom all the time you gonna treat it. Like a very temperamental all dante..

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"vitamin" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Diet Science

"Lit rooms over. Dobson has to increase which increases your vision. So if you don't have enough vitamin eighty to increase for adoption. Then you're not going to be able to see well at night i wonder. Is it Harder when you get older to make vitamin a. Because driving at night little harder for people that are older or yeah and it may just be. That people aren't getting enough vitamin a in their older age so it becomes even more important than interesting. Vitamin a. is a fat soluble vitamin so. This also means that not just. It's not just involved in vision. It's involved in a lot of other areas of the body because it can go into the cells and store there because all our little cell membranes are made up of fats and we store fat soluble vitamins in our body in cells. Oh so that the door of it. Yes we we have the ability to store fat soluble vitamins. We don't have the ability to store water soluble. Men's like what like vitamin c is a water soluble vitamin so whatever we take in the day any excess just gets excreted through the urine whereas with vitamin a it will store in the body. So we in some ways. This could be good because maybe if you eat enough vitamin a. Today you might not need to eat any tomorrow. Rely on what you stored today eventually you if you don't eat any vitamin eight you're going to run out. But the idea is that we have the ability to store it so we don't have to eat it every day. it's also involved in the skin. Keeps your skin healthy. So when people have dry cracked skin or flaking skin that could also potentially be a vitamin a deficiency and also involved in immunity Producing Immune cells and then it's also involved in the production of reproductive The hormones estrogen and saas thrown vitamin as is utilized in the production of those hormones..

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"vitamin" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Diet Science

"Salmon had salmon oil probably also has some good amount of vitamin-a say that official supplements or not necessarily all fish store of a lot of vitamin a in their liver at certain fish. Okay so and that cod liver cod. Seems to be the one that has the most yes. So that's why cod liver. Oil has become the oil source for vitamin a. Yeah i just don't see myself getting myself. Play deliver coming up in my schedule here right so so how do people get vitamin a. So those are the main food food sources of what we call the preformed version of vitamin as so we have to understand that there are other foods that contain something called carotenoids. Compounds are beta carotene. Is one of them. Those foods convert in the body into vitamin-a. Oh so people think that carrots have vitamin a. Okay Because they can they actually contained carotene. Which is the It's a compound that has gives the carriage their orange color. A lot of people think. Oh yeah eat your carrots and you'll that's your source of vitamin a. But actually the vitamin a. Is not in the carrot you. What's in the carrot. Is something called beta carotene. And then that compound when we eat it in our body converts into vitamin a So does it take a lot of work in the body to convert those things divided. It's quite a complex little series of reactions. That does that. Conversion involves certain enzymes and also in involves certain other things to be Say balanced within the body so for example if someone is consuming too much alcohol or if they're consuming too much transfats are sugars. Those can interfere with the production of the enzymes that are needed to do that conversion so could you know if somebody has that kind of lifestyle could be eating as many carrots as they want and they're still not going to be getting enough vitamin a. So as vitamin a in in the normal you know good multivitamins it yes. It typically is and so..

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"vitamin" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

"Date definitely a cool resource to check out and free absolutely free for subscribing all right. So let's talk about the drug of the day today. Medication is cyanika bahman which is vitamin b twelve. Now some may not consider this Medication per se since it is a supplement in a nutritional intake type of thing But i do and you know the the reason being is that we certainly can't dose it and obviously it can be used to treat Deficiency and there are a bunch of medications or few medications. That i definitely look out for when i see in order for twelve. And i'll talk about that. As i wrap up the podcast later in in drug interactions for sure. So what is vitamin b twelve. used for. What's a good for the body The most common indication. I would say i see in. Practice is pernicious anemia. Now what is you know. pernicious anemia. Compared to generalize. Anemia pernicious anemia specifically Involves lack or low amounts of intrinsic factor now. what's intrinsic factor on trinidad factor aids in the absorption is necessary for gut absorption of b twelve so in patients. That don't have this intrinsic factor. Odds are likely they're not getting enough. B twelve in their diet through their food because they can't absorb it that well Through the gut because they don't have this intrinsic factor or an inadequate amount of intrinsic factor. So long story short. These are the patients that you're likely going to see on injectable Once monthly twelve and injections so those with vitamin b twelve deficiency due to pernicious anemia. Likely going to be a lifelong Administration of of that that be twelve by the Injectable route now. There is a nasal route available as well that could potentially Be utilized substitute doubted at this time of its way way. More expensive Don't quote me on that but The last i checked. I believe it was way more expensive than the injectable but Something to potentially look into. If you've got a patient that absolutely will not do injections or whatever. The case may be so anyway That's pernicious anemia One of the complications of b twelve deficiency Is obviously those symptoms of nemea fatigue. That kinda pale looking skin just tired all the time. That type of thing other potential complications that i've seen from b twelve deficiency neuropathy can happen with b twelve deficiency. So when i see a new order for gap penton or pre gabbling One of the things that i'm thinking about is is this a drug induced neuropathy or is this a deficiency Induced neuropathy where maybe that b twelve deficiency is caused by another medication in my geriatric patient population If b twelve deficiency is severe enough it could lead to Cognitive changes in this can be a permanent in in some cases too so Definitely keep keep that in mind in often in a patient. That is new memory lapses. I'll see providers order You know b twelve with tsa as well as a whole bunch of other Lab work so definitely an important thing to to think about their There is another term. I wanted to mention associated with anemia. And you'll often hear the term mega plastic anemia. And that basically refers to the size of red blood cells They actually become larger..

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"vitamin" Discussed on Kris Kourtis

Kris Kourtis

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Kris Kourtis

"Hey this is chris cortes. And we're back the miracle of vitamin b twelve. Wow i had so many. Physical problems before clients to patient anxiety problems with circulation. Now there is new research telling us the vitamin b. Twelve is good for anxiety constipation. Mood swings circulatory problems erectile dysfunction. It helps for so many other reasons to a lot of. Vegans are not getting enough vitamin b. Twelve and they're losing their their system. They're losing everything in their body and vitamin b. Twelve detoxifying the body. You need vitamin b. Twelve i am now taking vitamin b. Twelve five thousand milligrams from this company called sundown. Sundown is a good organic company. I like it very much. And they have very little pill. That's all you of vitamin b. Twelve five thousand milligrams. So why do you need vitamin b. Twelve well let's break it down first salah. It's going to help. It doesn't help straight away. It's not a magic pill you need a month at least five thousand milligrams of vitamin b twelve. It will start. Removing your stress. Removing constipation removing erectile dysfunction removing bad circulatory problems. In your body. It will help. Also your mood. Your mood will become better. It will help also with urine if you're having problems with peeing and you can p as much. It will help. This is all new research and its solid proof. I've tried it and it works. It will help you in many different ways. That's why we twelve is good. B twelve will substitute all other vitamins when it comes to anxiety constipation circulatory problems stress and also depression a lotta people who are depressed. They don't even know the depressed once they start taking them in b twelve five thousand milligrams a day. Their mood will become better. They will feel better and they will enjoy themselves even more now clinically. Depressed people will have to take anti depressants but along with that they can take five thousand milligrams of.

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"vitamin" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I was completely overnight. My i was blown away overnight. My body absorb because my minerals were up. And i was healthy and stuff like that and what happened. This is my body then converted that into. So here's the skinny. On how does scientifically son make what happens is we have. What's coke. D receptor cells in the d receptor cells convert the cholesterol in your skin. It burns fat and the cholesterol and your skin is weird. Then that's where you make vitamin d. So think about it. It's kind of like spock. Getting exposed to that radiation or. Let's say taking a fat of fats. Cholesterol is in yourself. Back in your skin cells becomes to be microwave and and what happens is it. Then start spitting out these essentially energies that converts your own cells into then the vitamin d comes from that. You'll see later that when we get into what. What's a high vitamin d food. It's the fish. It's the oily meets. It's the these in particular thing is the oils and especially the fish and animal oils. That spent a lot of time in the sun. The animals so The animals would be the high levels of eating. It would be You know the red meat of lamb and grass fed beef and ostrich and bison and tuna no tuna again. They live a little bit deeper water. But tuna and salmon and mackerel. These are the predatory fish. They eat a lot so they live on the little fish. They live on the anchovies. They which if you know anchovies. These are these schools like minnows. Their schools of fish. The will silver ones that are at the surface of the water at all times. They're getting tons of sunshine. So the sunday eat the sunbathers. They eat the santander's to eat the one. That's why these these little shrimp are not shrimp. These little fish are silvery is because they get so much sunshine so they're levels of vitamin d is high in so then. The animals that eat that are vitamin d. That's why whale oil. You know the old time you whale oil. There was the best oil because it was so full. That's why the the people that live in like the inuits the eskimos or the antarctic or whatever. They have the eat anti antioxidants. They don't eat the fact you know the the vegetables they don't eat the green they don't eat very much because they don't get it but they live on whale blubber and sube letter and and and The salmon and stuff like that they have the highest of the vitamin d levels. End in times when they really don't get nissan. They're out there but they're covered up. Ask me the super bowl. They're eating it because they're eating these levels of again traces back to the song can so this is again that fitting of talking about which is..

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"vitamin" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"You inhale inhale all this things if your normal and you have good internal skin. There's no cracks in it. Can't get in there. That's why so many people get the colds and stuff like that in the beginning of the wintertime. And i said this. I'm a video before which is when people start driving in their car with the heater on instead of the air conditioner stood of the windows open and then turn on their heat inside their house but didn't change. How much water. They started drinking or didn't change in terms of their vitamin d. They stopped getting some then. What happens is we. And there's these little micro cracks and we get dry those micro-cracks now instead of having him yukos coastal lining in the skin into theo. That doesn't allow for the virus to get in. Its way gets right in and it goes right into your bloodstream can k. through those cracks. And so that's why we catch these things so quickly. Now what keeps that liming very very intact and thick you created in inner thicker inner skin by the vitamin d. So it is in the real life. We were designed to be damaged by the sun which then creates your body to then build up the vitamin d production which then is the signal to then create the good internal thick skin right. I'll explain that a little bit case. So the most important thing about the immune system is that it creates this internal because these cracks can also form all the way inside that gut. So you got just not just from breathing. The dry air. These cracks can then help it in your throat in your sapa gifts in your stomach. These cracks now then go into zoom in through your nose and then into the airways which is you breathe in. It goes into the esophagus not that too but it goes into the airway okay and the airway now goes into the bronchials into the tubes. Which is you've all seen those commercials along with these air chambers and it looks like the roots of the tree with low grapes at the ambassador. The l. viola is is the air sacs k will those are all aligned with the same mucus and the same type of endothelial lining. Because you think that you're gonna stop something with just read the hare's ear nose and everything's designed to stop as much as possible but stuff is gonna get in. Smoke is going to get in will design to hit that and viruses are going to get in and mold is going to in so but if we have good vitamin d than from your saran wrap is intact. You've created your saranwal beach means you're protecting your lungs to so people with high. Vitamin d are way less prone to the The lungs disease and heart disease and all this other stuff because the disease is really a response. Dizzy thing about this disease is your immune system attacking something or stuck thinking. It's attacking something it's attacking something. The infection is not the virus or the bacteria. it's your body's immune system going after and then if it has low antioxidants and low minerals and you don't have good diet. You don't have enough vitamin d. Then what happens is then you just weakened from that and you get stuck in the sludge of owned by so our body our immune system wants that okay to in order to protect its..

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"vitamin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"For 2000 genes in your body. Believe it or not, we're talking about vitamin D. Well, our guest today is Dr John Canela, practicing medical doctor, an authority on vitamin D. He's the founder of the widely respected Vitamin D Council, author of numerous scientific papers that outlined the tragedy of this vitamin D deficiency epidemic. An author of an upcoming book on the topic. He's the man the media increasingly turns to for answers when a new vitamin D study is published in his 30 years in medicine, Doctor Canal has never endorsed a supplement for any company. But that's all changing. Not only endorses purity is advanced vitamin D formula. He's put his name on it. Joining us live from California. Dr Canal. Welcome back to the program. Thanks Now, Doctor, can l I know that you're popped your extremely excited about the absolute barrage of information that's emerged in the past year or two on vitamin D. You're saying the vitamin D Revolution the vitamin D error? Has officially started in the impact is going to be unprecedented. What's really going on here? Well, let me tell you just a little bit about how I got into this because I think of it gives them information about how this evolved. About eight years ago, I realized that vitamin D was going to revolutionize medical care. The reason I came to that conclusion is because I realized that virtually all Americans, their vitamin D deficient When we followed our doctor's advice and our government's advice, and we started putting on the sun block and staying out of the sun. It had a tremendous effect on the vitamin D levels in our blood. So I started a nonprofit the vitamin D Council on there. You can read more information than you can possibly remember all about vitamin D. And I also realized that the amount of vitamin D Americans were taking whether it be in their multi vitamins or trying to drink milk was pretty much irrelevant. The amount is so low It had no effect on vitamin D blood level. And when I realized that it literally changed my life, and then within the last year, so I realized that to work fully toe optimally work, vitamin D needs a number of co factors. It needs vitamin K to on vitamin K one. But the more expensive vitamin K to it needs four on it needs magnesium. It needs think, and we'll talk about all these. Secondly, I realized there's a difference between having vitamin D on the shelf and people can buy it or getting people information on the radio, so people who are not taking it We're taking the wrong preparation can learn about it. And that's a big difference. So I approached the number of companies and purity agreed to make the vitamin D formula that I insisted upon. And secondly, I said, by the way, I want people to take this with fish oil. So what? We're going to talk about today a securities offer about complete vitamin D Formula one. That's unlike anything else on the market. You can't buy it in the story. You can't pocket on on the Internet it This is the only such formula that exists. Together with their ultra pure, molecularly distilled official. Now, let me ask you a question because I'm a skeptic it hard, and I like to play the devil's advocate on the radio. And how is it possible that one vitamin in this case vitamin D could be involved in everything from cardiovascular health to immunity to body weight, even dental cavities? I mean, I've heard stuff like this before. You know about vitamin C. What's what is different with vitamin D? Yeah, That's a good question. Let me just do one thing. So people understand exactly what sort of things have been discovered. And one of the best ways to do that is to go back and look at Google News. Now. Here's some headlines from major publications in the last couple years about vitamin D, I'm just going to read off. List of headlines when you think about it is truly amazing, and the sorts of headlines have never been seen before for any other vitamins. Newsweek are Americans dying from a lack of vitamin D London time neglecting vitamin D comes with a heavy price. P I lack of vitamin D can affect 36 organs..

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"vitamin" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"Called. Kobe review have our system up and functioning at our mass israeli on. Our inside is inside. Keep her inside strong. We have to have a superior interior so keep ourselves strong so when the made they have. interactions interactions of the best. And of course do everything we say about these eight months with probiotics prebiotics and surveys. Way overheated. just tell you. I hope we can do next week. Been involved with a company that makes peptides unhurt. Peptides probably have heard a little bit about x. zone of peptides or save toxic chemicals a sanctioned have a wide range of targets and they'd have a few issues and they are user anti each immune system air used for whole marlins dysfunctions and we hope to be able to tell you where to get these i nasal inhalation providence actions so now giardi of these ties. Excellent worker given to two people have given on themselves injections like a diabetic or yet every result. What so hopefully. We'll have documents julia next week. Learn about peptides. Take a couple of weeks. Because isn't it lasted knitting subject. It may extend your life five years. Maybe during those five years something doesn't come one day. Maybe have a three year average. It will always be a work in progress. So what's a silent epidemic out there about. What is silent epidemic people. All over this world have his bambi months indoors. And the more time you spend inside a likelihood obtaining tainting a healthy amount of sunlight exposure and the vitamin produces a result of exposure vitamin d. Three declined why do national society for dense atomic called vitamin deficiency silent and some experts estimate that highs eighty percent of americans. That's nine outta ted suffer from this silent. Evidently and as i've told you on our vitamin d pockets a month or so vitamin d functions warlike a hormone that a wider with extremely minute those is essential for the regulation of giardi of any human genome as well as ignorant ignoble of that worked in sire pathways process. And you probably know why these role in the migration of regulation of news so really important. So why am i. Bring it up today. Because vitamin d deficiency has emerged as a primary risk factor for severe kobe. nineteen infection in debt. Lissette the higher vitamin d levels have been shown to be a lower the risk of tested positive for the virus in the first place. It was a spanish study. Eighty two point two percent of kobe. Nineteen agents tested were found to be deficient in vitamin gig ban. Your risk of developing a severe case and dying from covid nineteen virtually disappears. Once your vitamin d. level gets early nanogram per milliliter. And that is the absolute lowest that you want you vitamin as i've talked about you wanted between sixty and eighty nanograms from those. So wait a min. D can reduce your risk of covid nineteen and other respiratory infections. I love different ways including the reduction in the survival and replication of of the viruses. It also reduces this site of crying storm year. Virus does destroy the reaction to the viruses. Idle kind production at does the damage dark skin color. I dr skated france and mediterranean. People people in florida in puerto rico have guard skins. It is dark. Skin and increase in chronic conditions lead to vitamin d deficiency at are all features of severe covid. Disease that of Vase that i've said dr. In whatever way minute is modifiable can take weight amending. So why ignore d supplements when there are rally available and their causes modest. If not inexpensive so dr joe recall having great article needs to him. He's been studying blaming. The doves about his spanish study was published october. Twenty seven. so it's recently and it's a good journal. The journal clinical endocrinology metabolism. They came up with number of eighty two point. Two percent of kobe patients after be deficient in vitamin g. That's something we should pay attention to especially a in the in. The weather's as now that don't have a lot of starts so have sun on the west coast. Water ryan located east coast out. Hit a little bit by that had at tropical storm. You'd only stop song. And i'm not gonna get into vitamin the it really really is a hormone deficiencies of vitamin d are associated with hypertension connor. Vascular disease. I just had a talk with the dear friend of mine in honey brook. Pennsylvania zero ferreted level bail. Why because zero barrington is the iron in your life especially men don't have opportunities shed any that high. Sierra ferreted is a risk factor now for a cope if you have a high fire end low vitamin d. Your hospital stay are being longer than those with those director..

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"vitamin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"All right, folks. So, according to my next guest, if you think that cold and flu season is behind us, you better think again. The truth is that viruses, colds and the flu can strike almost any time of the year. Which is exactly why you should be doing everything you can. To protect yourself, no matter what time of year it is. So what's the best way to protect yourself from these nasty viruses, The colds and the flu? Well here today to share his health secret for shielding against viruses, colds and the flu is Dr Michael Pincus. Dr. Pincus is great to see again. Chris is great to be here. You know, most of you probably know that Dr Pincus is a nationally recognized authority on both natural and alternative health. He's also a very successful chiropractor. He's been sought out by top Hollywood celebrities, professional athletes, Olympic athletes, and he continues to be very involved in some of this nation's top health concerns. So, Dr Pincus, what is this health secret that you've been talking about? What the secret is, is actually getting the right amount and the right form. Vitamin C. Vitamin C alright, Vitamin C's is not really new, though No vitamin C is not new, but it's still a very vital an essential nutrient for optimal health. And unfortunately, Chris Vitamin C has taken a back seat to other nutritional trends. The bottom line is without enough vitamin C and the right type of vitamin C. Of low energy pain, your immune system's compromise your more prone to cancer, heart attacks, cataracts, allergies, diabetes, The list goes on and on. And according to several studies, your life could be shortened by six years. But But don't don't most of us get enough Vitamin C. I mean, I drink a glass of orange juice every morning. Isn't that enough? No, It's not enough. Typical glass of oranges contains about 65 mg of vitamin C. Okay, You're not even in the ballpark with vitamin C. Unless you're getting around 3 to 4000 MG a day Wow, 3 to 4000, And that would be like drinking 50 glasses of orange juice. So because of a lack of vitamin C. We're getting enough of it just to keep you a little bit sick. A little a little bit sick. What do you mean by that? Well, the number one complain of anyone going to the doctor's office is a doctor. You know, I just only energy. I don't feel like myself. I'm hurting. And then the doctors get the wheels spinning in their head and they go all we got to do these tasks send you through the scanner. And the problem is, they don't find anything You see. Most doctors don't look at nutrient levels and vitamin C is critical for life. And what's interesting. The human body is one of on ly a few mammals who do not make our own vitamin C. All right. The other ones are guinea pigs, primates and the fruit bat. When you look at the rest of the animals out there, you don't see cats and dogs and elephants and giraffes with high blood pressure. You don't see the cancer's the arthritis, the tiredness all the time, right? All those animals make their own vitamin C and they'll make up to 5000 mg of vitamin C per day. Some animals like a goat. Yeah, they'll produce upwards of 100,000 mg of vitamin C and A S, So it's like a double whammy. First of all, we're not getting enough Vitamin C In our diets, and we don't make our own And because of the two people are walking around sick and tired, sick and tired. Sicker. Can't quite put my finger on it right. But, you know, I think most people myself included. Think of vitamin C in terms of Cold and flu. So we're talking about this connection, then between vitamin C and the maladies that were suffering from is that what it is actually the common denominator, the lack of vitamin C and the right amounts and the right kind, And that's why I created my supersede 22 formula. And it's a powder, Chris and you mix it into water. You drink it down. If you have at least 1 to 2 servings per day, you're going to get the right amounts of vitamin C and the right forms of it. And I'll tell you what it has 22 of the most powerful forms of vitamin C on the planet. I didn't realize there were different forms of vitamin C. That's right. Nutrition comes from many different sources. What I've done is I've taken the most powerful forms of vitamin C is your body needs different forms of it, and I put it all into one. Vitamin formula now and you said there was how much vitamin C in your supersede 20 to 4 years 1500 mg per serving. So by taking supersede 22, then what? What are some of the things that you'll experience? Well, the first thing you're gonna experience this energy vitamin C produces energy in the body. There are studies showing that vitamin C helps a person in pain. Cardiovascular issues. Allergies unexplained Waking diabetics need vitamin C. The list goes on and on. I have a number of patients and clients that are using it. And I brought some emails. Is it okay if I read an email, tio? Sure. Alright. Sure. This is one of my clients from Tallahassee is names run. Okay, now listen to this. After three days of being a super see his blood pressure dropped, he said the top number draft eight points in the bottom never dropped seven points, and that's after three days, he said. No. Another thing that happened is I became more alert. And I now have a clear head all from vitamin C. Yes, One study in particular showed that if you get on a good supplement, like my super suit, and you stay on it, the average life expectancy went up six years. Wow, that's really amazing. I want to let you listeners know that if you want to get a.

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"vitamin" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Diet Science

", Michael McCaffrey. . So she wants a topic for this week. . This week, , we are talking about the benefits of Vitamin B. Six <hes> interesting. . Yeah, , I know there are eight different b-vitamins, , but they each have they worked together as a group, , but then they each have their own unique role in the body. . So vitamin B. Six is one. Of . those vitamins that is very crucial in the functioning of our immune systems <hes>. . It's it's important for the production of red blood cells, which , is haemoglobin. . It works in our liver to help us detoxify things and it's also important for our brain neurotransmitters in the brain. . So it's a very important vitamins. . Today wanted to talk about some of its <hes> benefits in its food sources. . Right let's dig into this vitamin B. Six yeah. . So how many bees are there? ? There are actually eight different B vitamins. . Okay. . So here comes a layman's question share there are. . Many many other letters of the alphabet. . Why are they? ? All these crammed into be? ? Is there a purpose for that as some kind of scientific thing for that or no? ? Well this is a good question. If . we go all the way back to you know how vitamins were first discovered and then kind of isolated in the foods they they came up with <hes>. . You know like the first one was a so yeah we're using letters as the names for these vitamins and we're logical to me. . But what happened with the bees was that I thought there was only one th one type of nutrient that was. . A B. Vitamin . and B vitamins have the. . Distinct role in the body of helping to convert our macro nutrients and energy. . So like it's it's what helps turn our carbs in our fat and proteins into energy within ourselves. . Pretty important. . So so it was I. . thought that there was only one of those that did that and later it was discovered that there are more related ones relate and so they started nate numbering them you know one, , two, , three. . Okay or What's really interesting is there's there's an today we know that there are eight different numbered. . B.. Vitamins . but they don't go in order like really weird. . It's like you got be one B two and b three but then there's no vitamin B four and then it's b five and B six and b seven but no eight and there's nine but no ten or eleven, , and then there's a twelve do they relate to something? ? Important or or or are they all over the place? ? Oh, , well, , they like I said, they , work as a group all involved in energy production within the body but then they also have other roles like individually. . So <hes> for an and so what happened with the numbering of the bees is just you know to fill fill out that story is that some of those ones like vitamin B. Four in vitamin B., , not I'm I'm sorry V. Ten. . . Or Eleven th. . It was later discovered that those were they were compounds that are needed in the body, , but they're not necessarily a vitamin. . So vitamins have a very specific definition that they <hes>. . Our Body can't make them on its own until we have to get them from foods and those particular compounds that were originally thought to be a vitamin and had been given a number for a be vitamin were later found that they actually are not. . <hes> not necessarily only needed to be derived by foods at our body can actually make them on its own from other materials, , and so they were you know no longer called vitamin before vitamin B. Ten and eleven. . So they have different names vitamin before is now called Choline Oh shall. . Be Four. . But then it's not a vitamin because it's right. . Exactly. . So yeah very interesting. . Little Vitamin B eight is now known as Inositol. . which is a compound that it our body can make on its own. . We can get it from foods as well, , but it's just not considered a vitamin anymore or what about vitamin D? ? Vitamin D. . now, , that's an interesting one because yes, we , can make it within our body completely completely within our bodies. . So that's an interesting one because there is controversy around that whether is this actually a vitamin or is it hormone right? ? Because it has hormone like activity? ? So I am like The rabbit. . Right. . So anyway, , tell us about vitamin B. Six. . So Vitamin B. Six is <hes> if important, , you know like I said in in energy production within the body, , but it has these other roles and some of those roles are <hes>. . You know detoxification <hes>, , but specifically, , the brain functioning this is really important because it's involved in the production of several different neurotransmitters in the brain <hes>. . Namely Dopamine Serotonin and something called Gaba is G. A. B. A. but that stands for Gamma buroric acid and these all require vitamin B. six in order to be formed in the brain. . There they all help us feel better, , they definitely do and here's one of the things is I think a lot of times when we speak of vitamins and I try to explain this in layman terms to people about what's going on in our body bodies like a big chemical reaction going on in there. . But think of it more in terms of like maybe a recipe and maybe even specifically a baking recipe like cake or something that requires specific amounts of certain ingredients in. . If you don't have enough of what you need that recipes, , not gonNA turn out right? ? You know you might still get something, , but it's not gonna be perfect, , right? It's ? not going to get you what you really want. . It's not gonNA taste the same and might not have the right texture Nov that. . So if we don't have enough of a specific vitamin that does its particular roles in the body than the whole thing is impaired. . So. . Like if you don't have enough B six, , you're not going to be producing enough

"vitamin" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Diet Science

", Michael McCaffrey. . So she wants a topic for this week. . This week, , we are talking about the benefits of Vitamin B. Six <hes> interesting. . Yeah, , I know there are eight different b-vitamins, , but they each have they worked together as a group, , but then they each have their own unique role in the body. . So vitamin B. Six is one. Of . those vitamins that is very crucial in the functioning of our immune systems <hes>. . It's it's important for the production of red blood cells, which , is haemoglobin. . It works in our liver to help us detoxify things and it's also important for our brain neurotransmitters in the brain. . So it's a very important vitamins. . Today wanted to talk about some of its <hes> benefits in its food sources. . Right let's dig into this vitamin B. Six yeah. . So how many bees are there? ? There are actually eight different B vitamins. . Okay. . So here comes a layman's question share there are. . Many many other letters of the alphabet. . Why are they? ? All these crammed into be? ? Is there a purpose for that as some kind of scientific thing for that or no? ? Well this is a good question. If . we go all the way back to you know how vitamins were first discovered and then kind of isolated in the foods they they came up with <hes>. . You know like the first one was a so yeah we're using letters as the names for these vitamins and we're logical to me. . But what happened with the bees was that I thought there was only one th one type of nutrient that was. . A B. Vitamin . and B vitamins have the. . Distinct role in the body of helping to convert our macro nutrients and energy. . So like it's it's what helps turn our carbs in our fat and proteins into energy within ourselves. . Pretty important. . So so it was I. . thought that there was only one of those that did that and later it was discovered that there are more related ones relate and so they started nate numbering them you know one, , two, , three. . Okay or What's really interesting is there's there's an today we know that there are eight different numbered. . B.. Vitamins . but they don't go in order like really weird. . It's like you got be one B two and b three but then there's no vitamin B four and then it's b five and B six and b seven but no eight and there's nine but no ten or eleven, , and then there's a twelve do they relate to something? ? Important or or or are they all over the place? ? Oh, , well, , they like I said, they , work as a group all involved in energy production within the body but then they also have other roles like individually. . So <hes> for an and so what happened with the numbering of the bees is just you know to fill fill out that story is that some of those ones like vitamin B. Four in vitamin B., , not I'm I'm sorry V. Ten. . . Or Eleven th. . It was later discovered that those were they were compounds that are needed in the body, , but they're not necessarily a vitamin. . So vitamins have a very specific definition that they <hes>. . Our Body can't make them on its own until we have to get them from foods and those particular compounds that were originally thought to be a vitamin and had been given a number for a be vitamin were later found that they actually are not. . <hes> not necessarily only needed to be derived by foods at our body can actually make them on its own from other materials, , and so they were you know no longer called vitamin before vitamin B. Ten and eleven. . So they have different names vitamin before is now called Choline Oh shall. . Be Four. . But then it's not a vitamin because it's right. . Exactly. . So yeah very interesting. . Little Vitamin B eight is now known as Inositol. . which is a compound that it our body can make on its own. . We can get it from foods as well, , but it's just not considered a vitamin anymore or what about vitamin D? ? Vitamin D. . now, , that's an interesting one because yes, we , can make it within our body completely completely within our bodies. . So that's an interesting one because there is controversy around that whether is this actually a vitamin or is it hormone right? ? Because it has hormone like activity? ? So I am like The rabbit. . Right. . So anyway, , tell us about vitamin B. Six. . So Vitamin B. Six is <hes> if important, , you know like I said in in energy production within the body, , but it has these other roles and some of those roles are <hes>. . You know detoxification <hes>, , but specifically, , the brain functioning this is really important because it's involved in the production of several different neurotransmitters in the brain <hes>. . Namely Dopamine Serotonin and something called Gaba is G. A. B. A. but that stands for Gamma buroric acid and these all require vitamin B. six in order to be formed in the brain. . There they all help

"vitamin" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Diet Science

"There are some things that you know in our modern world that can tend to be inhibitive to us from making our own vitamin D and our skin. But that's the preferred way that our bodies are designed to get it aside from the natural sources and foods And those are mainly animal foods. I do kind of have to point that out for and I know. Animal Foods are something that people are trying to less of. And and I'm I'm kind of a proponent of that in in some in many respects but when it comes to natural sources of vitamin D I'm okay with people eating a couple eggs a day or Consuming some you know dairy products if they can handle it But anyway the you know there are. There's one plant source that could be good and that's Mushrooms Vitamin D. Yeah Shrimps. Tend to be a a fairly good source of vitamin D into in terms of a food source. In one thing. We have to recognize that our foods are not going to give us those optimal levels of Vitamin D. In fact when if you're out in the Sun for Fifteen to twenty minutes your body's going to produce somewhere around ten thousand to twenty thousand international units of Vitamin D. That's a lot right. If you eat an egg you're GONNA get forty six if you if you eat a piece of fish you're GonNa get you know somewhere around five hundred And if you consume mushrooms it's going to be like maybe twenty and that's a cup of mushroom so it's not a law could be a good source Well anything more before we should go well. No we were talking about supplements right. Should we be taking supplements and one of the things that the research said was that that it's clear that vitamin D deficiency is harmful and it can be easily addressed with appropriate supplementation? So and this. This may be a key way to help. Protect vulnerable populations of people However you know like I said it would be good to To at least know where you're starting at but a good recommended recommended dosage and this is from other research that's been done on the value vitamin D at five thousand I. You supplement is a good dose for for correcting deficiencies and. You're GONNA take daily. In some cases a doctor may may suggest higher levels for for those who may be need more We have to be careful though because it can people take way too much of it. It can actually become toxic if you get too much vitamin D. So you know. Good news is sun exposure. You'll never get a toxic dose cause your body literally will make what it needs for the day and it'll stop producing it no matter how long you're out there unprotected you'll get sunburned then will you may. Yes you separate better. Yeah what I typically recommend for people to do is if they WANNA do the natural way of just getting some exposure. Get Your fifteen to twenty minutes. And then put your sunscreen on your you know cover up whatever now because yeah you don't. WanNa be out in the sun like for hours and hours at a time thinking that you're going to get more vitamin D. Actually your body like I said it only makes what it need to knittle stop producing it so you never get a toxic dosage of vitamin D from being in the Sun. That's pretty fascinating. Yeah our bodies are amazing. Yes they are so you you're going to have the vitamin D that you get for us For those I do recommend I do recommend a particular brand of Vitamin D. Because it's an oil base and that's really important because It's a fat soluble vitamins. So you need fat to be able to absorb it so you you know if you're taking vitamin D supplements and you're not eating them with a meal. That has fat in it. Then you should be because you need that fat to absorb it The other thing I wanted to to to make sure to mention that vitamin D has some some cofactors. It doesn't work on its own and it doesn't absorb on. Its own so it needs some other things you need to have made him. You need to have Zinc you need vitamin K to need. Boron and small amounts of vitamin A. So you know very diet that contains all of those nutrients is really important because otherwise you could be out in the sun all day but if you're deficient in any one of those cofactor vitamins. Then you're not gonNA be absorbing you're creating your vitamin D bright right all right..

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"vitamin" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

"You know in this line of work certain questions come up over and over. Again. Why does smart people believe dumb shit? Why are lies so much more compelling than the truth? How much evil must the Catholic church do before society stops treating its leader as a moral icon. But the question that we find ourselves asking most often here at puzzling thunder storm is what's that smell which brings us to yet. Another addition of how bullshit is so tell us heath what nugget of nunnery of you brought for us today. All right today. We're gonna be talking about vitamin supplements and feel attacked veto, right? I'm gonna get a lot of tweets this week. Yeah. But to be fair, I mean for all we know I'll get a lot of them too. Yeah. No lot of spread it out. Could be a lot of trees fallen it in that forest. Okay. So what are vitamin supplements? All right. So vitamin is any of a group of substances that are essential in small quantities for the normal metabolic functions of the human body that can't be synthesized internally. Luckily, they occur naturally in certain foods. But if is a little intimidating for. You also take supplements that allow you to skip over all the calories and sustenance and joy and just get straight. The thank you. He leaves her mission. I am scared of most foods at this point. Right. Yeah. So detected a little skepticism here on half of your parts to the idea of taking. Yeah. But important note, some people do need them. But most people absolutely do not unlike a lot of stuff we talk about on the segment there actually are legitimate uses for vitamin supplements. So if doctor told you to do something, the doctor told you to have vitamins outlines go ahead, and do that don't let anything in this segment, sway you one way or the other from what the doctor told right? Yeah. Don't take medical advice from a podcast check. Okay question. What if your doctor said for the last time, I'm opthamologist put your tick away? You should put your takeaway. What he said. Well, I mean unless you have an idyllic what right. No that's true or addict. But then you just need to calmly. Explain what the fuck is happening and figure it out Benchley. But all that being said the overwhelming majority of vitamin supplements. Consumed in US are completely useless and stupid. There's no reason to believe that preemptively taking a daily multivitamin to ward off some undefined future health problem is gonna produce any positive effect. And despite this being well known in the medical world as many as two thirds of Americans regularly, take some sort of multivitamin. Forty seven percent eligible voter turnout last year sixty seven percent eating sugarless sugar. On a regular basis in this country. And when you add in all the herbal supplements America is estimated to waste well over thirty billion dollars a year on this stuff. We could build five Mexico walls out of fucking Zing. And then and then fucking eat them and accomplish way more. Okay. I mean, one third of this podcast takes daily multivitamin and three thirds. No. It's probably bullshit. So probably all right. So if this stuff is medically useless. Why did we start doing it in the first place 'cause monkeys fine me the bottle? Comes over. And she's like you. Question. What happens if you don't eat everything? Mom bye. Oh, I would get please don't answer. Please. Don't answer moving on. Okay. So vitamins were first discovered around the turn of the twentieth century, and at that point they were seen as downright miraculous, and they actually were for certain diseases back, then a lot of people had vitamin deficiency diseases, and all of a.

America vitamin deficiency Mexico thirty billion dollars Forty seven percent sixty seven percent