36 Burst results for "Vitamin"

Fresh update on "vitamin" discussed on One Life Radio

One Life Radio

01:30 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "vitamin" discussed on One Life Radio

"Ah compound that's so critical for healthy aging and cellular energy. Yeah, No, Absolutely. And I know that you make reference to this either in your book, or I read it somewhere about CD 38. What is that? What it would have CD 38. Yeah, that That's the enzyme that's breaking down to also called any D A s that spanking down and a D and and as we age, like I said, we make less energy is emphasizing lesson. Maybe. But this is the other side of the equation where It's breaking it down even faster, because because of this enzyme CD 38, so it's just it's just a double whammy, and that's why we feel More tired. Why we have more disease. Why we potentially age more rapidly. So this literally is a fountain of youth. If you will. And you know, part of that fountain of youth is getting good sleep is having the healthy diet is getting your exercise in. But it also could be some of these other compounds. Um, that can come a supplement war come through the diet. We can talk about to. Yeah. You know, I want to ask you this. I don't know if I've ever asked you this and all these years on the air. I'm probably off the air. How did you first become interested in nutrition, Shawn? Well on initially it was my mom's selling Shockley supplements in the seventies. I don't know if you remember them, but I do my mind and my mother sold them to the other side. Yeah, one of those tackle box is like in the seventies. That, like, you know, are still pretty popular today that you put pills in and all that stuff. Uh huh. And I remember there was ah, whole food, multi vitamin that they made called the vitally, uh, that was really way ahead of its time. Shockley is a European company, so You know, no surprise that they were way out in front on this stuff. But I remember them having you know, vitamin C and vitamin E and things like that separately. And you know this was right around the time when, um It's called, like orthomolecular dozing of vitamin C, uh, you know, became a thing where it wasn't like at the time like we all thought with the RD A like that. 60 mg of vitamin C. Prevent scurvy, but at the same time, like there was data coming up from this crazy scientist called Linus Pauling, and he was saying to take Grams of vitamin C and you'd get less sick and you have all these additional benefits because it's just powerful antioxidant, and that really changed everything and supplements up until that point. We thought that, you know. Yeah, maybe take a multivitamin to prevent deficiencies. We didn't know that taking larger amounts of these vitamins could have benefits. Beyond preventing deficiency to maybe optimize us, So we were looking at things through that lens of preventing disease instead of optimizing our health, and that was really like a paradigm shift and a turning point. In culture, and my mom was, like, really like at the forefront of all that, and that started my passion right there. I love that. I'm so glad I asked, you know, and you know all this. It's all connected. Everything that we've been talking about, because, you know, I was reading earlier today about you know, 10 natural ways to increase your Bluetooth I oin got Bluetooth ion levels and one of them. Is increase your vitamin C intake. And so it's all connected, right? Yes. Oh, Vitamin C is like kind of the ultimate sacrifice. Er, antioxidant like It it it boosts levels of almost all the other antioxidants in the body by helping them regenerate, so it's sacrifices itself to help the others produce more of them. So that's true with, like lewd if I own with, um, with Anna feel Sistine with like a number of these Antioxidants that are present in the body, like used vitamin C synergistically, essentially so, yeah, vitamin C is Is really critical on Dyess. Yes, even though glued if I own is the master antioxidant vitamin C plays a big role as well. And vitamin C, uh, plays a huge role in killing viruses, too, Doesn't it like Ah lot of viruses. Most faxes 100% like and there's really, really cool data like with vitamin C and cancer. Like where? Almost like, Um uh, like having like hyper oxygenated situations. Where they have shown that, um, you know when you go in a hyperbaric chamber, and there's significant high oxygen that that oxygen.

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"vitamin" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

05:48 min | 1 d 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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Here Are the Key Supplements You Need To Stay Healthy

Ask The Health Expert

02:34 min | Last week

Here Are the Key Supplements You Need To Stay Healthy

"Are the key things that we need just to make sure that were baseline okay. This is not getting the recommended daily intake. This is getting the roi. The recommended optimal intake. Which you're not going to be able to ever get from your food alone. It's highly highly unlikely. And so you're gonna want to supplement for that the things that i see. They're super critical. Most important number one that good basic multivitamin mineral antioxidant formula with essential fatty acids. in that. You're gonna wanna get a good methylated. Be complex if you're under stress or you're someone who's a poor meth later chin medically then you're gonna wanna take Extra b vitamins. Especially look at something called five. Methyl tetra hydra fully. So that would be a like kind of souped up be complex with good B twelve and that The other thing that you're gonna wanna make sure that you check is you're gonna check your vitamin d levels and this is why it depends depending on your skin color depending on where you live depending on how much you're out in the sun depending on whether on your genetics and how well you make vitamin d. From the sunshine. And depending on your sunscreen use you may need a little bit of supplemental vitamin d or a lot of supplemental vitamin d. I live in florida. And i take ten thousand. I use of vitamin d. with d. three was k. One and two. In order to get to optimal levels you know optimal levels by doing a twenty five hydroxy vitamin d test. And make sure you take your d three. That's the absorbable form with k. One and two. So there's another basic and again think about the basics the vitamins. The fat soluble d. e. k. Now i don't take regular takhar. Carl ease i only take a nado toca trials which have amazing benefits in the body. We've done a whole separate podcast on that But ad in k. and then your water soluble b which get blown out due to stress. See the same thing. I actually use a vitamin c with quercetin powder. And i do that one or two times a day as well and really that depends on how stressed i am. If i'm tired if my immune system's taken hit. I'll do a little bit of a bat. The other thing that i two extra are magnesium. I find most people need some extra magnesium. People think of bone health and calcium. I think of bone health. And i really think of magnesium and vitamin d and fish oil and weight training and sleep so make museums one. I take before bed along with an epsom salts. Bath

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Why 'Anti-Aging' Is Out in the Beauty Industry

Fat Mascara

02:13 min | Last week

Why 'Anti-Aging' Is Out in the Beauty Industry

"In recent years for example like law magazine made this big hole statement that they're not going to use the term anti aging and so i'm forty two so i want someone who i don't know if you consider that oven age where i would do anti-aging but like what's your take as a woman who seventy on calling some of these things like vitamin c. Serums or retinoids anti agers so I just want to tell you the my started the over magazine in two thousand one. I made it a point. Never to use the words anti-aging. Did you all the way through without doing that absolutely. Not because by the time you know actually it was fairly close to the time. I left the since i was there for a very long time. I was able to do it for a long time. But after a while because of the industry you know it just became impossible not to use those words because in so many products so so when i i understand why we use that language because as an aging woman i know looking at an aging face. It it gives us lots of cues to something. Nobody wants to think about. Which is that not going to be here forever. So i mean. That's the most obvious thing i think is also probably the most subconscious thing is what we'll be looking at aging face like. Why do we recoil. I mean if it's a really old says well it's because it reminds us that we're gonna die one day and there's somebody probably standing in front of us is closer to that than we are. But it doesn't you know we're not we're never gonna be. None of us are going to be excused. So there's understand where the language comes from. But but i was thinking about you know would you. Would you march in a parade in carry a flag. It said anti aging jewish a feminist and an aging. And i respond to anti aging in a similar way that i respond to anti semitic and anti feminist. I'm not gonna march in a parade carrying with people who are carrying anti aging

Jessica Alba's Honest Co. Soars 44% in Stock Market Debut

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Jessica Alba's Honest Co. Soars 44% in Stock Market Debut

"A popular actress is making waves on Wall Street a decade ago Jessica Albert founded on his company after she use some baby laundry detergents that causes allergic reactions that venture is paying off big time as the company has made its debut on nasdaq prices soared forty four percent on the first day of trading for honest that now pegs the value of the company at nearly two point one billion dollars along with detergent other early honest company products include diapers and wipes it has since branched out to include things like moisturizers mascara and vitamins honest products are available on its website they're also available at stores like target and Amazon about squirrels Gabriel

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Let's Talk About Modern Python Projects and Tools

Talk Python To Me

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Let's Talk About Modern Python Projects and Tools

"So sebastian welcome. It's great to have you. Are this ask me anything. In fact it's your. Ask me anything really. I'm excited to be here. Yeah of course. I'll give my thoughts as well but you've done a lot of thinking about tooling and putting the right tools together. And what may be constitutes what you might call a modern python project or the toolchain of a modern python developer. And there's a couple of things that we've already done together. There may be worth calling out that will build on here today. So a while ago i guess. What was this on my gosh. This was back last year august. Twenty ninth twenty twenty. You were on talk python you came on talked about the modern python developers toolkit and then we talked a little bit after that and said you know it'd be really cool actually to put a course like this together for people so overtalked by the train and you created the modern them projects orse. This is almost a nine hour. Course that takes a lot of ideas you mentioned there previously in the podcast and makes them concrete exit something that actually people can employ and us. And so yeah. Those are some of the things that we've done together before but where it's gonna take a broader view and talk about what is whole idea of modern by them. Projects might be yes. It was just kick it off with with a quick high level overview like what are your thoughts. What constitutes modern python development. How has it changed over time things like that. We'll get to the people's individual questions. Yes so as you mentioned. This whole idea started as icon workshop. Where i wanted to share with people some ideas for tools that i've been using and i know that a lot of other people have been using. I sometimes see people like started programming in vitamin they still stick to using the defaults bite on the shell and they don't know about many great deals that are in the

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The Beauty Benefits of Turmeric

Allure: The Science of Beauty

01:26 min | 3 weeks ago

The Beauty Benefits of Turmeric

"Dermatologist veto. mari walla who south asian herself offers. An example of how ubiquitous the beauty benefits of timur have become. Interestingly skinned benefits are all so ingrained in the culture that typically day or sober before your wedding in india. There's actually something called a halt these ceremony. Literally it's the day before even the day of the wedding and your family members rob a piece of turmeric sandalwood in gram flour on your skin so in this like pre wedding ritual. You know it's supposed to be good luck. You can imagine that started as a way to fully dead skin and give the bride and the groom that glowing look before their big day. Obviously traditionally we know has been used in food. But it's just such a part of indian culture. The we actually do a whole ceremony dedicated towards on the day of our wedding. But what is it about tumor. That makes it such a beauty powerhouse. The secret sauce is curcumin. A chemical compound founding to mark with antioxidant properties. Marijuana breaks a down that works a lot like vitamin e. It's a chain breaking antioxidant. What i mean by that is that it can both scavenge free. Oxygen radicals on the skin and inhibit the generation of reactive oxygen species. So it's like a for right. Not only does it stop these free radicals from forming but also helps get them

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Biden Poised to Raise Taxes on Business and the Rich

America's First News

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden Poised to Raise Taxes on Business and the Rich

"This morning. They're higher amid concerns that the White House could seek a hike to the capital gains tax Now. Today's rebound followed a turbulent session for equities yesterday after multiple news outlets reported That President Biden slated to propose much higher capital gains tax for the riches of much higher capital gains taxes for the rich. Bloomberg deciding unidentified sources said the president will propose raising taxes on people who make more than a million on stock trades. White House press secretary Jen Psaki was Asked directly about that. Go back to taxes for a moment because the Dow is down about 350 points on reports that vitamin administration is gonna propose doubling essentially the capital gains rate for Income Americans. Can you tell us any more about that plan? And do you have any concerns that that would discourage long term investment? Well, we're still finalizing what the pay force look like. But I will say that the president's calculation is that there's a need to modernize our infrastructure. There's a need to invest in child care. There's a need to invest in early childhood education and making The our kids and the workers of the next generation more competitive and he should propose a way to pay for it. His view is that that should be on the backs that can be on the backs of the wealthiest Americans who can afford it and corporations and businesses who can afford it on his view, and the view of our economic team is that that won't have a negative impact their alternative views or there are proposals that don't exist yet on how to pay for it. That would be part of the discussion, but he stays firm to his commitment to not raise taxes on Americans making under $400,000 a year and he'll have a range of proposals on how to pay for his plans to invest in education child care. According to

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FTC and EU Warn They Could Crack Down on Biased AI

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

FTC and EU Warn They Could Crack Down on Biased AI

"The federal trade commission issued a strongly worded post monday warning companies against unfair or deceptive practices in their use of ai as well as violations of fair credit rules it told companies to hold themselves accountable for their algorithms or quote. Be ready for the ftc to do it for you. Dang and also this week the european union drafted detailed legislation that would regulate a including banning some surveillance and social credit scores. Let's check it out and quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at big tech story. Kahlo is a law professor at the university of washington. He says the ftc post was a surprise and as reading through it. My eyes were getting bigger and bigger and bigger. And i'm just sort of marveling at the language that the that the staff attorney his use but basically it's a shot across the bow for those people who are using and selling systems warning them that if they exaggerate claims about a i or if they sell ai that has a racially discriminatory on a fact that they should expect scrutiny from the federal trade commission. I guess my response. When i first saw that note though was we don't really have metrics for this. You know there's no consensus on how to judge whether ai is biased. The ftc is understaffed. Like how meaningful is the threat. Really remember that. The federal trade commission doesn't necessarily need to establish this or that algorithm is fair according to some metric. What they have to establish is that the company engaged in unfair or deceptive practice. Take for example. The the warning that you shouldn't make claims about what artificial intelligence can do that or not supported by the evidence right that's quite analogous to another context where you might exaggerate exaggerate the efficacy of some vitamin supplement.

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Why James Charles Has Been Demonetized by YouTube

Pop Culture Junkie

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Why James Charles Has Been Demonetized by YouTube

"There's just one topic i wanna talk about. Its james charles. Spill it all over me girl. It all started in twenty nineteen win. james charles. Who is a makeup grew youtuber. He's been doing for years before that between nineteen A pretty big scandal for him. He partnered with sugar bear hair who is a competitor of one of his best friends. Taty westbrook vitamin company. Halo beauty and taty and james were really close like best friends and he went kind of against sir. 'cause he said i don't want to promote these types of vitamins to my teenage followers but went ahead and did sugar bear hair and taty got very upset about it. She came out with the video and she ended up bringing up. Something that happened at coachella. That james was making sexual advances to a instagram. Model named gauge gomez. Who is straight. He's commands that i'm straight. I have no interest in. James james is gave by the way. Let me just put that out there. Yeah just we can have some context for the story and gauge gomez said. He didn't want anything to do with the Pressure into sexual situations that he was very uncomfortable with which has brought me to what i want to bring up today. It started in february of this year. Twenty twenty one and a sixteen year old boy came out and claim that james groomed him and pressured him into exchanging of sexual photos over snapchat. James spoke out and said that he know that the boy was only sixteen. He said that he thought the boy was eighteen or over. I don't know how old but he said he was not aware that the kid was under age later that same month february three war males came forward about the same exact thing games was asking them for pictures. China exchange flirting text messages. And stuff like that. And of course james once again. I do not know that they were. You not know that all. Okay

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Skeery Needs More "D"

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Skeery Needs More "D"

"Had acid reflux. And i had to go to the doctor. A gastroenterologist put me through a battery of tests and then they finally solved it and that was so long ago. So what year was that. Two thousand two. Did they lose the finger. They didn't do that then. That was back that was just for this other telling you the left home with was back in the day not back in two thousand two brody so that was the last time i went to the doctor said down here. I am all these years later. And why am i a bastion of good health. Because after i went. I got my anxiety at that. You know got nothing coming. I'm not gonna drop sponsors all right. I'm just what i'm telling first of all. Thank you for your guidance. You lead me through it. And then i went to the doctor got full physical. Got the lab tests done. They took my blood urine. And everything you wore the ladies panties suggested and then i got my result back and you know what he told me you pregnant aside from food day the herpes. All of it now. He's you're completely normal. Your blood pressure is normal. Your the ekg came out fine. He says the good cholesterol is high. The bad is allow. so that's good. He says i. You need some vitamin d in your life. So you're going to get s your own vitamin d. vitamin d. So that's about it a little fishing there but he goes either that or you go out in the sun. I hide myself from the sun. I said i'm in the shade. I'm shade guy. So the deejay booth me under the umbrella right. Yeah and i put on sunblock. I don't want that. So anyway point is he prescribed he just said you have the just about vitamin deficiency. And that is it. He says your normal. You're healthy maybe you could stand to lose a few. Lb's but other than that blue. You good little more d less lb can you. Can you imagine that. I came out as a bastion of good health. So you need more d

Seasonal Skin Care with Britta

Keeping it Re.al

02:19 min | Last month

Seasonal Skin Care with Britta

"Today we're joined by rees. Jones therapist britta. We have savage winter. Coming our way especially us melburnians. So britta's coming to give us the lowdown on how to prep housekeeping for those icy winds and long nights with red wine. Hey how you doing good. Thanks kate how are you. I'm good. I think so making the really long journey in. Thanks for having me. I'm sorry as we know we're going to the cool amounts where all starting to feel especially here in mobile we know what kind of savage harsh winters are waiting us. I know that when we kind of go into these cool amounts be change. How we eat what we drink how he sleep. It is a big transition for our bodies. Is it the same for our skin. Definitely definitely one hundred percent right with that. So as we kind of update out. Skin-care m i'm gonna use you as a of my own personal to do list And just make sure that. I'm doing things right with carriage so with things like retinal when i've used them typically in the summer my skin has been like hypersensitive to the sun. Is that something that i should be using more in the uinta yet. Definitely you can use it all year round. Bet at ease afford sensitize. Sorry obviously for a summer. There's going to be a higher you exposure right so you need to make sure that you using spf but even in winter we still have our uv a uva base. You need to make sure. He keeps his Skin protected when you're using your vitamin a vitamin a. Has lots of different names and lots of different forms. Sorry sometimes you just need to make sure you're using the riots vitamin few. And how do you know. What's the right vitamin av Sorry basically Tricky question basically With vitamin a. We have things like retinal retinol to hide. And the least basically just keeps going Some more designed for acne skins and some more designed for aging The one that we have at ray is retinal which i really love to really good combination Vitamin a. so it suitable all year round. But you just wanna make sure during the day using your spf and keeping skin still protected

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Russia's Navalny Transferred to Prison Hospital as Western Powers Raise Alarms

WBZ Afternoon News

00:53 sec | Last month

Russia's Navalny Transferred to Prison Hospital as Western Powers Raise Alarms

"Leader Alexei Navalny has been transferred to a hospital inside another prison this after his doctor said he could be near death. Vladimir Putin's fiercest opponent has been on a hunger strike for three weeks now, those prison officials say Navalny has agreed to vitamin treatment, although allies say they want that confirmed. Embassies. Karen Travers has more from D. C about the White House reaction. The White House says Russia will be held accountable for whatever happens to Alexey Navalny, the leading opposition figure to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Press secretary Jen Psaki. What happens to Mr Navalny in the custody of the Russian government is the responsibility of the Russian government, and that they will be held accountable by the international community. Asked if Navalny's death would preclude a summit between President Biden and Putin sake said the White House is hoping and praying that is not the outcome and reiterated the administration's call for nerve only to be released. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS

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How Chromium Helps Blood Sugar Control

Diet Science

02:04 min | Last month

How Chromium Helps Blood Sugar Control

"Chromium does and this is something really interesting. It was actually long thought to be toxic but then in nineteen fifty seven discovered to be an essential part of something that is created within our body called glucose tolerance factor more gt f for short and so the the mineral chromium when we get it from our foods inside of our body it incorporates into this compound called glucose tolerance factor and that is a compound this made out of chromium niacin which is vitamin b. three and then three different amino acids and then it creates. This complex called glucose tolerance factor. And that's kind of really the way the chromium works in our body to help us with our blood sugar levels because it would it does. Is it helps the insulin to be more receptive or more received by our cells to allow glucose into the cell to be used to create energy. Sounds like for those that are diabetic. They're lacking bat exactly. Yeah so that's kind of where a lot of the more recent research has gone is. What's the relationship between chromium intake in the diet. And people who have either prediabetes or type two diabetes so and typically what is found that people with any kind of blood sugar imbalances like that diabetes tend to be very low in chromium in their diet. Enough all right so late on me. How do we get it in our diet. Well there's a number of foods that contain chromium and then there's also the supplemental form of chromium taking it as a supplement to make sure you're getting enough. The challenge with getting it in your diet is the foods. It's kind of hard to know. Exactly how much in those foods because depending on where the food is grown and what the chromium content is in the soil. How much chromium. That's really going to have in a serving of that

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Kremlin Critic Navalny Transferred to Prison Hospital With Serious Illness

America's First News

00:31 sec | Last month

Kremlin Critic Navalny Transferred to Prison Hospital With Serious Illness

"Transferred to a prison hospital, nearly three weeks after the opposition leader began a hunger strike. Navalny's physician says the politicians, health is deteriorating rapidly on boards, he could be close to death. Prison officials describe Navalny's condition as satisfactory and say he's agreed to take vitamin supplements. Navalny began the strike after he was refused access to a doctor for back pain boxes. Simon on It's a 41 year old former sheriff detectives suspected of killing three people in Austin, Texas. Yesterday. He's on the run.

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Will Collagen Break Your Fast?

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

01:28 min | Last month

Will Collagen Break Your Fast?

"We have a question from daniele in the subject is collagen slash vitamins. She says when breaking a nineteen to twenty hour fast. Can i start with my collagen supplement which is powder and water and gummy vitamins. Please don't judge a grown woman taking gummy vitamins. Laugh emoji no judging so great question. Daniela the very short and simple answers. Yes the longer answer is. It's a good thing to clarify. I think collagen is something people especially people. That are new to fasting. Think that it might be something that they can take while fasting especially because it's often quote prescribed to take the way she's taking it like in water. Collagen is definitely. Something is not fasting friendly. It's a protein amino acid. It's going to definitely definitely break your fast. Yep people like to start at coffee. i don't know why Started that diddy I think way back in the day. 'cause i remember reading him writing about it. He was saying for women in particular. It was a good thing. Well i don't know it's like wasser by wanting to put this in their coffee. The good thing about college in those. It's very nourishing to your gut. So it's actually a really wonderful time to take it right when you're breaking your fast. Like danielle is and then same to take the vitamin. I'm not a huge fan of multivitamins. In general i think it's better to target specific nutrients there's so much complexities to vitamins. That it's hard to find a vitamin that you know is actually doing what you wanted to be

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Thousands flee into Thailand following Myanmar air strikes

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Thousands flee into Thailand following Myanmar air strikes

"The German government has condemned the use of violence by security forces in Myanmar calling for it to immediately renounce the use of force and release political prisoners and even securing football tights Tesco vitamins spokesman Steffen aside but says security force tactics unfortunately reached a new sign low at the weekend I think it is distressing to see the almost daily death toll including lots of children the escalating violence which took the lives of over one hundred people on Saturday this prompted the U. N. to accuse the Myanmar junta of committing mass murder and it to criticize the international community for not doing enough to stop it I'm Charles last month

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Brace for a seesaw Seattle weather week, and don’t give up on spring yet

News, Traffic and Weather

00:37 sec | Last month

Brace for a seesaw Seattle weather week, and don’t give up on spring yet

"4 30 am for construction work. I'm J. Phillips Co Moh 24 7, trapping Shannon O'Donnell with your co Moh forecast Everybody. It has been a beauty of a Tuesday. I think we needed that dry break out there to get back outdoors. Hopefully you did something outside and soaked up a little bit of that vitamin D Because here come the clouds again. They're filling in right now and buy it Wednesday morning. Most of us will see the rain, returning pretty quickly to Puget Sound and really do all the western Washington. Aside from the Cascades were over 3000 ft. It will be heavy snowfall instead of that steady rain. In fact, past travel going to be pretty implemented times throughout our Wednesday afternoon by Thursday, often on scattered showers and send

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Is Your Skin Suffering From Product Overload?

You Beauty

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Is Your Skin Suffering From Product Overload?

"Hailing. Kelly love the podcast and communications. But i'm off to some serious help off cleansing and turning in the morning i apply my serums and i sent him. I'd hire onic acid and vitamin c. Than i most your eyes. I recently switched to a water base moisturizer because my face was getting extremely oily throughout the day. But i'm finding that my skin is extremely stickier. Opt out my final moist driza any recommendations or tips on why this is happening. I thought my skin was extremely oily. But now i'm thinking maybe it's dehydrated but it doesn't seem to be soaking in the serums and moisturizer. She's been really wearing help me brit. It's hard to say because oily guineas oily but dehydrated skin generally over produces oil to hydrate itself. Regardless i think he's using too many products. You turn up three serums and then a moisturizer. That's just in the morning. And then hopefully sunscreen so the fact that your skin is not absorbing is because i think you're drowning it. They single ingredients that have come out fantastic but people want to use all of them because they all sound great and then you've got too much literally alike sitting on your skin's like what do you want to do with all the sealskins going lou reference for me i do. Icm sunscreen makeup. That's the same same. Because my face just can't handle any more than that and morris skins extremely dry darn nayed okon handle that many steps my situation would pick one of those theorems and go with it. Probably the vitamin say. All find a serum. That does everything exactly and before they single ingredients serums came out. Good serums had a bunch of ingredients mixed together at work together. That fought several things at once and they want application. So that's gonna save you money and time and slot you

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Bratt's overtime winner carries Devils past Penguins, 2-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Bratt's overtime winner carries Devils past Penguins, 2-1

"Just for bread ran his point streak to four games by scoring on a wraparound at two fifty of overtime giving the devils a two one win over the penguins semi vitamin also scored and mackenzie Blackwood stopped thirty five shots in his first game since aggravating an upper body injury during warm ups on Thursday New Jersey is three two one one on the second of back to backs but one six in the first game Sidney Crosby scored his twelfth of the season for the pens who have dropped three of four since a six game winning streak Christian Jerry made thirty three saves for Pittsburgh I'm Dave Ferrie

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"vitamin" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

The Guardian's Science Weekly

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

"How long do we need to be outside for to make enough of it? Through produce more longer we sit in the sun. The body is extremely clever and you can never get vitamin D toxicity through being out UV EXPOSURE. Whereas you can from dot so what you saying is in terms of having to be in the youth. The light about twenty minutes per day would be enough. I'm not is with about ten percent of your body exposed to sunlight. I think that let's bring out here to that. It must be a direct effect of UV. Locked onto the skin. So ten percent of your body would be your face your neck the backs of your hands if you could expose more than even better you know your arms your legs to get that. Uv exposure but of course we have to advise as we always would incense to do that. I safely if you allow skin any way to bum you would of course increase the risk of skin cancer. You won't make any more vitamin D because that how process of that subject Pastoral cuts off after about twenty to thirty minutes and then it goes to a by product. And so no more vitamin DS. Might for that day after about twenty to thirty minutes The have been reports in the news recently vitamin D deficiency is correlated with more severe covid. Nineteen infections what we know about this at the moment. So that rationale of the importance comes back to the d'amitie receptor and vitamin D metabolic enzymes in immune cells and the link that. We've also seen that lug vitamin DS associated with an increasing operas. Virtually track infections so the mechanism south I I think when not yet with the sides the British Medical Journal pipe of the lead on twenty one was to try to pull together all of the current scientific evidence as we have it away now working on the second page of because things are moving so quickly unless it currently stands we see no difference in vitamin D status between covid nineteen and negative controls. However they're all off studies southern of a very important a study from Indonesia which showed much low of vitamin D status in those who had severity of covid nineteen. What we don't yet have is any vitamin D. Randomized control trials. So I think the message that we need to get-out is we must avoid deficiency in our population but those coals for high doses of vitamin D are on the basis of mechanisms rather than strong scientific data questions have also been raised about whether vitamin D deficiency is also playing a role in the higher rates of mortality from covid nineteen in black Asian and ethnic minority groups and I know you've previously studied vitamin D deficiency nation women all Beim groups at more risk of not getting enough vitamin D. They are Sarah and this is something we've been interested in for the Fifteen Years University of sorry with several government grants by the Food Standards Agency and OSCE. Uk looking at particularly South Asians. But we've now got some beginning to get some data on Africa Arabian Africa. Women and out data on those of other groups have shown the vitamin D status is much lower in those groups so for example we ran a study where we measured. South Asians for the vitamin D status for their doctor intake every season for one year and they were below that cop point of twenty five animals. Pelita for that Vitamin D status. And if you up twenty five nanomoles Pelita than you would be deemed to be deficient and in that. Longitudinal study that we ran on South Asian British women. We found them to be below. Twenty five animals Pelita even into summer months. What we also find is not only ethnicity is is a big risk factor but also so he's abusively people who have a higher body mass index high. Abi Molly actually have low of vitamin D levels? And that is because the vitamin D is stored in fat cells and it makes it metabolic in the public health bodies in the UK have now recommended taking vitamin D supplements in addition to their usual guidance. That we will take them during the winter months. Should we be trying to increase Ombudsman D levels not least for the other beneficial effects? It has but just in case it might also help in protecting us from developing a more severe corona virus infection. Yes definitely up until two thousand sixteen the recommendation. The United Kingdom had been zero because it was considered by scientists that we made enough during the summer to last during the winter and that has been born to be not the scientific heist. Actually no matter how much you make. In the summer it will drop in the winter and the new recommendation for Vitamin D in. The United Kingdom is ten micrograms per day or four hundred international units one. Mike Grimm equals forty international units. But for most people who are getting out in the sunlight between Apeland September. It's unlikely that they will need a vitamin D. Silent about mega doses. Because the happen suggestions. I think it's probably social media as much as anything else that this might be a good thing what you say about that as it currently stands mega dosing that recent the scientific base four. That and I think the really important point Sarah is that Vitim D is Fat. Soluble it stored in the liver and so we have to be mindful of that when we taking very high vitamin D levels that actually we could be doing harm. All of this sounds like a very good excuse to try and get out the sunshines much as we can eighteen. I mean y by a supplement when you can get it for free in a UV. Exposure doesn't cost anything and the human bodies very clever at how it makes it too mundane and as long as it's done safely you don't allows in. Tampa you know. Then that is very beneficial. Thanks really great. Speak TO YOU. Thank you very much. Thank you thanks again to Susan and also thank you for your support listeners. At The Guardian. We believe that open. 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"vitamin" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

The Guardian's Science Weekly

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"vitamin" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

"The Guardian. Welcome to science. Weekly look our regular noncovic episode. We're continuing to explore the science behind. The outbreak. Delving into some of the issues raised as always do keep sending in your questions. Head over to the GUARDIAN DOT COM forward slash covid nineteen questions on one word in today's episode. We're looking at something that hopefully those of us living in northern attitudes will be guessing more of as we head into some a months vitamin D. We're asking what role it might play in Covid. Nineteen infections to find out more about vitamin D. I spoke to Susan than new professor of Nutritional Sciences at the University of Surrey. It's a very unusual nutrients and it is the only nutrient where your main source is from you. The expulsion. I'm Sarah Bosley Health Guardian. And this is science weekly. Hi Sue how are you good afternoon? Sarah my son has allowed me to use. He super-duper microphones. I'm a hug leaks coming across clearly. Are you socialize -lating and you're working from home. I am indeed. I'm working from home with a family of two teenage boy and a girl and under wonderful husband so we're trying to make it work on the Internet and helping you know La Labors and doing our NHL volunteering at the weekend. So we're doing all. We can with very very lucky to be after teaching. Do I. Research from hung great so soup before we get into the links between there's been d deficiency in the severity of covid nineteen infections. Can we start with how we actually get vitmain? D into our bodies is usually from exposure to sunlight. Isn't it so what happens from there? It's a very unusual nutrients and date if we begin at the beginning. Vitamin D is not what we would call a vital aiming. We used to have the E. on the end so vitamins were always known as vitamins. Chilly and vitamin D is very unusual. It is the only nutrient in the broad spectrum of all the macro macho nutrients that we have way. Your main source is exactly as you say from you. The expunging do get him food. But the main source is from sunlight exposure. Now that sunlight exposure has to be at between two ninety three ten nanometers. What means is that we are only of of that right wavelength in Arizona attitude including of course the UK between March to the end of September. So we make no vitamin D in UINTA during those spring and some amounts we have. What's called Seventy Hydra Clusters? So that is a steroid. That sits just undressing. That is exactly the same in humans as it is in animals. And you've be rice hit onto that skin. And then we start to make vitamin D and looking at science of that. We have what we would call a pre vitamin D than a temperature. Dependent is mariah citation to might full vitamin D. Which has been high what we would call a hydraulic selected in the Litho. The then gives us our mark for clinical status which is twenty five. Oh Hd twenty five Hydroxy Vitamin D. So what that means is you can take that sample from someone a measure. How much vitamin D? They have in their blood and the reason that vitamin D is so special. Is What happens. Is You also then have further? Enzymes that convert twenty five Hydroxy Vitamin D. To one twenty five dollars hydroxy the mandate and that is the active hormone of Vitamin D. So not only is it a nutrient but it's also a hormone right so it's absolutely nothing like vitamin C. or vitamin B. Which we get usually through our food. Don't we? This is not really a veteran at all. Is that right that is right? So what are what is US vitamin D four? Why in fact do we make it? Well the main reason of the main aspect of vitamin D Where most of the evidence sits with respect to the importance of vitamin D? To health is our musculoskeletal health. So we know that children who don't have enough vitamin D. They will develop rickets or knock kneed bandy legs as it's known where the the the bone is very soft because it hasn't been mineralized properly because there isn't enough vitamin D. The don't equivalent of that is osteomyelitis so when the growth plates are fused and we're no longer growing you can still have a tremendous effect of vitamin D deficiency on your bones but not where your legs become soft and Bandy as they do in childhood rickets but where you develop a tremendous muscle bone pain less achieve fatigue and there are many people. I'm sorry to say that particular during the winter who actually have mauled Austin. Malaysia and dunk is that they have it so that is a one side. It is also very important in preventing the brittle bone disease osteoporosis. Which we can get when we younger through stress fractures. People don't realize that they often think. Osteoporosis is just a an older person's condition but not the case but where victim dis also imported in diabetes. So our Rita cells so those of the cells in the Christoph responsible for Producing Insulin. Pray action need to work. And then finally Mindy of course has a link to immune function Because we have what are known as vitamin D sceptres. And you find those in immune cells as well as vitamin D metabolic enzymes. That of course then provides a strong scientific rationale for the potential role of vitamin D in in immune homicides. This is there any evidence that vitamin D actually helps immune system in infectious diseases. Eight spin hypothesize for a very long time that there is an association between seasonal upper respiratory track infections and low vitamin D status because of poor both of those occur in the UINTA. But the problem that we have is. We just don't have enough randomized controlled trials to really be able to pull that together with you know with very strong concrete evidence but certainly we know that. Vitamin D inhibits pulmonary inflammation responses. So that is there and an interestingly in populations that have rickets a there is also an association with upper respiratory tract infections but the jury is still really undecided in terms of science face. How critical vitamin D is to preventing upper? Switch.

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"vitamin" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"The budget. Well, don't get discouraged. I'm gonna help you do as much of the investigative work yourself first. So what's your first step? If testing is just not in the budget right now will there are several vitamins and minerals that most of us could just benefit from daily supplementation. And the list I'm about to share with you doesn't mean you have to take these or the you should supplement. All of these rather that these are the vitamins and minerals that most of us tend to be deficient. If you haven't already I would say to put me on pause and grab a pen and a piece of paper because this is going to be very helpful. I'm telling you sometimes just getting the right nutrients, making sure that you're supplementing those things that are lacking in your diet, which again most of us are lacking. In that alone makes a huge difference for weight loss in the way, you feel. The way that your muscles develop and your metabolism and hormones. It's kind of crazy so pen and a piece of paper who we go. I is a vitamin d across the board that one is going to have a pretty important impact on weight loss. And some studies suggest that vitamin d supplementation is a wonderful way to improve thyroid function next is fish oil or a mega threes, vitamin E, vitamin k, of course, as you heard earlier, zinc and iron vitamin b so important for energy magnesium. Essential for sleep digestion..

"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"This week is for police officers who use their power, I guess in place of their little Dix or whatever. Like, I don't know. I just don't like your like that. And you need to do better and black cops Brown cops like cops who are like re- like unique you all really need to do better. You need to do better. Because you got history you got a history, and we do too. So you need to remember which side people are on right now. And how how you were raised and how you grew up and stop being a fucking terrorist. Anyway, worship should be. I don't feel bad about nothing. I said as evident that is not at all. Sure. Don't I got so much more to say, but we have to wrap disting-. My pet peeve is for people who ask for. I think there's a difference in asking for feedback or my opinion or input on something. That asked me then asking me to agree with you. I think a lot of times people can play those things like they asked you for your input when they really want you to just agree with them. And I would just really appreciate it. If you want the ladder just say you want the ladder. 'cause then I'm in a position to make a choice as to whether or not I am going to. I can just tell you flat out. Yes, or no, I agree with the and then you can move forward with the information. However, you see fit, but what I don't like is when people ask you for your input. You give it to them. It's not what they expected. And now, they gotta attitude with you. So if you didn't want me to weigh in on this. That you shouldn't ask me to weigh in. But you don't get to have you don't get to ask me about how I feel about something. And then get mad at me for doing it. Man me for telling you how I feel about something. I just feel like that. I just I don't know how that's petty or nine, but I just wish that if you want me to agree with you. You showing me something like Kia just tell me that this is great. I can be like, okay. I think is great or. Okay. I think is don't I I don't think it's great. Versus you know to take a look at this. And let me know what you think then you're saying like, then I'm feeling like you looking for feedback. Because if I don't if I don't think it's great. I'm gonna tell you why. And if you disagree with that, that's your choice. But you gotta prove to me why you're way is better than my way in order to get me to where you want us to be. So I just don't be just bolaise don't be lazy feedback. Request is I guess the bottom line here? If you want feedback from me expected me to give you my honest feedback. And be prepared to receive reverse petty peeve is it it's a reverse, buddy. Because it's not petty on your part at all. It's actually petty on their part to mask. Construct like the request of constructive criticism behind like just tell me mash is great. Yeah. Just tell me that. This is amazing, please. Thank you, Mike. Like if you come up to me and be like this this good on it. I'm going to be like. Right. What I'm saying like because clearly you want me to like who are raffia ugliest outright. But, but if you ask me, how this look the you open it off of me to say, I think it looks terrible. You. Magical. So just know what you want before you ask me anything because if you ask me for my feedback, I'm gonna give it to you. And if you don't like it, that's your business. Not mine. God bless you. I'm Guccio veer. Like try on the air. You have them ugliest Stockins, right? That be would that be remember that you need to moisturizer self inside your outsides your eyelids? Your brain, your heart. Drink your water by your business license because you're black world crack if it's dry and take vitamin d vitamin g s it by. Not to be completed with vitamin d. No..

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"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"And I want to be very responsible of the things I say to my sister because everybody can be Eddie P E to the t. All right. I'm ready to put my pity parade delays. Oh. My pet peeve. This week is a cop. So lord. You know, you all do a whole lot on the road. You know what I'm saying? I don't even know if any cops listen to this show Disney. Police listen to the show let us know. Mosquito. No way. But. My petty peeves for the cops because you are really be doing a whole out on the streets turning them lights. When when you know, you ain't got no emergency. You know what I'm saying running red lights? You guys be zoom zoom in in and out of traffic real, you know, crisscross applesauce just all swearing in and out of of people's cars, causing all kinds of havoc. You know what I'm saying? Or you do like real asshole shit where you drive like fifteen miles an hour knowing that Nick is really don't wanna pass you up like, you know, exactly what you're doing in. So Matty this week, which is not so petty is like you already know the power that you hold with the uniform that you have on. Can you not be dickhead about it? Like, can you? You already know how people are going to react to you just being around you just driving around you just like natural anxiety, just as a people based off a who you all are as people in in the historic. Conflict that we have amongst one another. So if you know that you hold a certain status in a certain level of fear that comes along with this uniform. You know, what I'm saying because Nick don't really rock which all like that. Then why would you do extra shit to like to really just be just be assholes? Irritates me. Like it really really irritates me. I remember one time it was a cop who's driving stupid. I mean like was swerving in and out of lanes acting like he was getting ready to make turns and didn't know turn signals like just all kinds of. So I finally haunt Mahorn Eto. So my I got my kid in a car you're driving like an asshole. He pulled me over. Me over and he was like. You honk your horn me. And I said I did because I have my kid back here in your driving like addicted. My god. I was like there's no and he was black. And that's another thing this another petty peeve of my because I have a very specific negative history with black police officers. They're beginning on my nerves as long as I even knew that police officer can get on my God damn nerves officer peppers in New Jersey. I still got beef with you. But he pulled me over. He's you honk your horn me. I said I did I got my kid back here. You drive him like a dickhead. Like, what do you want me to do house? I'm supposed to just ri- behind you. While you try to figure out which direction you wanna go. And at that point all he can do is. Let me go. I didn't do nothing wrong. Honk my Hornacek. You're gonna take me to court because I'm snitching I'm telling him he took me to court because our honked Mahorn enemy. He has a little dick anyway. So my pet peeve. This week is for police officers who use their power, I guess in place of their little Dix or whatever. Like, I don't know. I just don't like your like that. And you need to do better and black cops Brown cops like cops who are like re- like unique you all really need to do better. You need to do better..

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"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"To be treated, if we honestly would talk to entreat our partners the way that we wanna be talked to entreated things could be so smooth because you, but the problem is that as imperfect human beings, you've got miscommunication that come up, you've got mis-read intentions, sometimes people think that you mean one thing and you're thinking total different way in thinking you're thinking like if we would just kinda take ourselves out of that and not be selfish and think about how we would want to be talked to in how we wanna be treated and how we wanna be understood if both. Parties would do that. It'd be it'd be beautiful thing. It'd be a beautiful thing. But unfortunately, we live in reality in that's not the case. And if I'm gonna offer anything because she asked what you know, she need to find a new negatives. She needs to if if I could offer anything that's going to be of any use. It would be in this situation. Like this where you're crying all the time. And you're feeling like this. It might be time to try to find some outside hopes counseling. And maybe some couples counseling neutral unbiased party can help you guys figure at the foundation. What is wrong? In offer some perspective to him on how he can be a little bit more sensitive to your you know, to what you need. And then maybe offer some perspective to you on something that you might be able to offer to the relationship or what have you? But that neutral unbiased party a lot of times can really help help couples figure out how to communicate because a lot of times a lot of a lot of the frustrations that we face in relationships. Do come from completely misunderstanding the other person and not being able to come outside of yourself to understand that other person. And so if you think it's worth it. The maybe there's something you want to explore. And if you offer it to him, and he doesn't wanna explore that within. That's when you might need to start making some other decisions. Yeah. More than you need in a new Nega. I think right now what you really need is the information. I would just like Jay said I would encourage you to have a conversation. And really lay out. What you're I feel like you might have already. But just for the good of the order to say can't kick. So Ken, nobody say that you didn't do your best. I will have a conversation. And just really be honest about this is what it is. And this is how it makes me feel and ask him if he's willing to work to war a resolution where everybody can live with and then you know, based on his response. I think that will help you to determine what your next course the action will be. Yeah. But I feel I just between you and me if it were me, I would be looking for a new, Nick. Yep. Same. Well, how would look into the council not looking for a new Nega? But I'm just saying like I would because the the way that you described the situation. Does not describe a relationship that I think is, you know, falls within the standard that I've set for myself. Because I just and I don't know I feel like I deserve to be relationship with someone who is who can't get enough of me. And I can't get enough of them should never be a question of like where you at what you're doing. And I'm in healthy ways. Right. I don't feel like we're not. We're not talking about codependence, but we are talking about a level of companionship, where it's like I need you to miss me when I'm gone. That's sweet sometimes, you know. He was like not reminisce real. That's like this real sweet like, and there are times like, you know, where we leave each other. We become severe licencee you. You know, what I'm saying in there? Sometimes there's like you'll get the up. Out of my face. But that's what I said in healthy doses. I'm not saying that you've got to be underneath my arm all the time. But this is not what she's wish shift is describing..

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"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Hear no more Mandy Boyzone's? But it was one episode where you know, with didn't choose pregnant, or whatever she she was freaking out. She was having mad questions of what nine she was stressing out to her mother. She was like, you know, everything like in a stressful like, you know, everything, and I'm I'm having a hard time filling like I'm a measure up to because, you know, everything in her mother was like I tell you a secret she was like a don't I had to figure most of this out as I went. You know, what I'm saying like lady didn't prepare to have no triplets in what I'm saying. One of them pass away. She ends up with a black baby from the fire the fire house like who prepares for that. Who knows what to do with a situation like that let you know, let alone all different types of situations that we all phases TV show. But that's just to say that you even mother don't know everything most of the time. We are all Stevie Wonder to Bush. We are trying to stumble our way through and and and you know, lots of times we come out with a beautiful composed song. But sometimes it don't be right, right. It just is what it is your lesson. Which is what I'm the best. Great segue to my last thing that I'm grateful for. And I can't believe I'm going to say this my mouth, but I am actually grateful for your vibrator girl. What is what are you doing today? Drugs. Are we go ahead? Keep going. I'm sorry. I was grateful for the the challenge is like I feel like I am in. I had a conversation with my supervisor at work last week. And she said that she was. She she said that she was kind of like grooming me for the next level. And while that is something that sounds really good. If feels terrible because because it is it just means that as hard as I'm working she's about to turn the heat up, which I feel like is both. Affirming and terrifying at the same time, but I feel like in this period of being stretched the process of I heard because you know, my own. You know, my ankle, my uncle Bishop TD Jakes my head. He he I was listening to talk that he was doing because he has a new book actually coming out. I think this week called crushing because his his book, they came before this book was called sore, and he say, you know, soy's kinda like the promise, but crushing is about the process, and it's like you cannot four without you don't have the promise unless you go through the process and people he was ahead to go back because I published the book about four and everybody wants the promise that we're going to receive the promise that we are here. But he was like, you know, that's all well and good. But you cannot talk about promise without talking about process, and crushing is a part of the process like when you go a great bottle of wine was I smashed up grapes, grapes. That have been through wine that is that is a mazing is nothing, but great that has been. Through some shit like legit like legit. So I am glad and grateful. Even though I feel like I'm losing my mind. Most days I feel like I am being I'm in the process of the crushing and all of the things that are dying in the crushing process are the things that need to die like the my negative outlook myself, the negative self-talk knee holding on to all the hurt and pain and rejection of my life me having me me being fearful or me not me not having expectation for greatness in my life. Those are all the things that are dying throughout the process of of me being stretched in crush through the challenges that I'm facing. I'm grateful that even in that. I am not alone. Because I had a support system around me. And I have all the all the things that I can point to in my life that say even though after the alike, I'm under. Undue pressure. All of the time. I have not failed. I have nine they have not taking myself out department put on the street..

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"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"It's not my next one, but I do want. I do I am super grateful for every single person in my life right now like, and I said down and thought about that the other day, I thought about my friends like my my best friend's my closest friends, and I am grateful every single one of them as some kind of value to my life like every single person every single person in my life adds value to my life right now. And I'm very grateful for the support system that I have grateful for tristen. Obviously, I'm grateful for my in-laws grateful for my family, and I'm really grateful for my friends who show up for me show for my family for my child as if it's their own flesh. Blurt you know, what I'm saying and care for me. And keep me in their prayers hit me up me thinking about me, a whatever like I'm grateful for every single one of those people in. Everyone who's in my life right now is supposed to be in my life. And I'm grateful. For everybody who supports me people who don't know me who know me like there's so many of you all you listeners right now who are out there, and you guys support the hell out of right? And we really like I'm grateful for that. We wouldn't have no show if you are absolutely. He didn't sit up here. And listen to my crowing, everyone light, you know, what I'm saying? With that. You don't have to do that. But you all do that. And you know, so while you're sitting up here thanking us for giving you the show we're thinking you guys for listening to it or we wouldn't have no show to get. And we learned just as much from the conversations that we have the, you know, the comments I really feel like the kitchen table is like an actual digital space where we come together and kind of hash out what it means to be really grown out here because you don't have like a lesson plan or manual or like, you don't know how to do a lot of these things that we have to do. And I love that we can come together and learn in this space, and after like, I have spent a lot of time in my life focused on the people that have left me where I am making a intentional pivot to focus on the people who have stayed and the people who continue to stay. Who choose to stay who choose to show up for me and to support me and all the many ways that they do. And that's like a practice that. I'm really trying to will myself to keep up, you know, especially like dating, you know, it's easy to get caught up in all of the. All the trash nigga. You gotta swim through right to find to find a good win. It's easy to get caught up in that. And I and I found myself being negative in in defeated maybe defeated is not the right word. I think I am tired of, you know, just kind of like the cycle as it has as it has been in my life and my experience, and I'm really trying to gain perspective from that. And really learn like, okay. So that didn't work for these reasons. But now, I know this and now I and now I can move in these ways. In order to be ready for whatever it is. That's coming for me. Whether that's a relationship or whether that's just a fantastic life as a single person. So. Either way I'm gonna be just fine. But but. I don't know. I just really feel pulled in that direction to just be grateful on purpose for all of the people who make up my village. Squash quite squire..

"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"But they threw out his thirty thousand dollar porn collection. First of all, I never have to ask. Why you got divorced? If you have a thirty dollar poor collection. Like, there's so much free porn on the internet. I just don't even understand. But yes, so Kirk Franklin is suing his parents for eighty six. You. Really, not laughing that. Lying just kidding. Listen, he said, he told us he had a porn problem. So what I'm so sad. Like, I didn't know it. You are supposed to act like you have like scruples though, I have scruple Buffa. It is your fault that you do not have scruples. But it's fine. Listen plies admitted to us that he had a porn problem. Are we talking about? Why just because it's okay. Well, that'll wrap up the trash shitty. Show. This positivity now. What on earth? Let's do some positive teeny easy. I was frustrated trying to zip up my pout. Plus to like bullying gosh. Right now, it's time to shadow some sisters today. So we have a listener shout out. And then we also have another shout. Let's go with listen. I it says what up care. Hey, Jay, raise the Lord nigger. Praise them y'all my faves. I look forward to a new episode every week in last week's episode about siblings is what reminded me to write you all about my sister. So this is this is exactly what I wanted to shout because of last week. My name is Jennifer in five years ago. My sister FC lost her fiance. Draper SP excuse me. That was the hardest thing she ever had to go through. She started searching for in attending grief. Support groups to help her on her journey. And she quickly observed that not only was she the youngest person in all these groups, but she all she was always the only black woman. So she decided to start her own group called where two black women go to greet..

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"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"So. Is Michael Jackson like sitting up in a tree looking down. And it's like brand all season. To say, they was they didn't know that went to fill was ADA compliant because he just seems to get around doesn't he'd just be around and around. Up. The stairs down stairs. Hey, I love now. That's right. It's an inclusive Charlotte. It. So. You know, if you don't watch game thrones this fine. I'm not getting rid shame. Nobody 'cause it took me. I, but I have to say just in the way of someone who has like a relationship where I live writing. I love stories and storytelling. I am really captivated by the level of depth and complexity that is in these storylines like this is how like I feel like real TV used to be back in the day where it was just so much happening. And it's just awesome to see how things. Come together, and like all the metaphor. And all that it's just like super dopamine. I feel it. You can't be lazy and watch game of thrones. You got to think, oh, you got to pay to pay attention. And remember things from sees. Absolutely. Because I have totally it's almost like a scandal back in the day. Well, you feel like I literally could have taken notes because I feel like I need to go back and refresh myself around teams scandal bus, I missed that bus understand. But either way I just feel like all of the moving pieces of the story. You know, made me want to go back the prior season kind of figure out. Okay. Let me refresh myself on this beef or let me see what's. Well, let me let me dig a little deeper into what that that Reid was like, you know, like the girls the girls had lots of things like quick little one liners, and it's like, ooh, there's something behind that. I've got to get to the bottom of that. And I remember it a little bit..

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"vitamin" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

04:10 min | 2 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.

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"vitamin" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Business Daily

"The group that took vitamin d had changes in both the strength and the power or things that are very important from perspective and had lower interest rates than those who didn't take between the so is getting on now for about five use since he published that stubby have all the bally's in fact although organizations gymnastics schools have they also been in touch with you to the doctor best practices so i know the track and field guys i think within the leak forms community there is a very good way awareness that the potential benefits victim indeed you presume be rolled this program out to all of performers y you said supplement so that you have them popping pills or well they're all adults they will have to make their own decisions and so we would make almost a blanket recommendation that they should take vitamin d all through the winter period and then the dancers are within their own right to say i'm gonna take some to help and if you say to the dances those who take it can feel and recognize the difference since i started taking vitamin d strength is it does give energy energy it's mindy study has been one of the things that we're lucky to benefit from and then shared globally amongst dance community and hopefully dr dance full route that was by don't say kit holder ending that report by loans night and that brings us to the end of this program but i'll be back with a hormone that is reputed to make you feel utterly and warm inside and to get you in the mood i'll leave you with some lovely music reopen this program with the ballet cappella by deadly.

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"vitamin" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Gastropod

"But the point is they're still so much we don't know this vitamin craze has also scared us elmer mccollum scared nineteen twenty's housewives but we're still scared today that we're not going to get just what we need and so we look for the latest food fat yesterday was canned pineapple or oat bran to aids juicing omega three is are we grass or risk virtual from red wine were looking for the next nutrient salvation and we turn to the weirdest unqualified gurus to help us out god don't even start me gwyneth paltrow selling vitamin c nanas fears than ninetydollar doctor designed vitamin supplements that promise to help you lose weight feel great and keep all those effing balls in the air i'm quoting gu if we're not being perfectly clear we do not recommend when it's group vitamins i mean it's just hor shit but it's incredibly powerful worship and a lot of the sort of want that silver bullet and so that shearer element of vitamins coupled with the hope that they contain even in the word itself vitamin it's just such a hopeful word the fear and hope really created much of our current attitude towards food and then easily transferred over to where we are today like hemp seeds this this is the miracle footer chia know they're these trendy foods at all of a sudden are made to seem like they can cure all ills and it's within the broader context of if we don't perfectly calculate our diet something horrible is going to happen to us.

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"vitamin" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Gastropod

"And people think it confuses i think i will there's all these vitamin pills that are made in the united states so plenty of pills or put together and formulated in the united states but the actual raw ingredient the actual vitamin c or the actual b twelve is not made her yes if china cut off our supply of synthetic vitamins we would be screwed so that's pretty weird to think about and how those vitamins are made is interesting to essential you start with ingredients that you never would think would create a vitamin like um a lot of things come from coaltar and then you manipulated chemically in various ways you end up with vitamin c vitamin d is a particularly bizarre one at links australia and new zealand to china and then to american cartons of milk and orange juice but d is made from lanoline the oil in sheep's wool so this is very interesting industry where land lynched is taken from new zealand it australian sheep ship to china purified irradiated meaning exposed to ultraviolet radiation and that trump's the chemical reaction the same chemical reaction that happens in our bodies in response to sunlight and creates vitamin d and then you put into pills or you put it into milk or orange juice and that creates the main source of vitamin d for most people's diets the vitamin d in your milk or o'day comes from sheep's wool it really does so now manufacturers are tossing synthetic vitamins into food right and left isi added vitamins everywhere not just in milk and orange juice and bread but in snacks and desserts and nearly every breakfast food and then many people top all that off with a morning vitamin but how much of these substances do we actually need will supposedly there is an answer to that in the form of our da's recommended dietary allowances the ardy as or the recommend a dietary allowances are fascinating and really confusing like they're so familiar to us.

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"vitamin" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Gastropod

"I commend anti berry berry factor goes on to become the first in ever found vitamin but finding and naming firemen took another couple of decades i am and was the first vitamin discovered but for all of the vitamins the discovery process took a long time so requires multiple steps ovum recognizing that such a thing exists and then actually chemically isolating it so using tons of was literally tonnes of rice husks to crystallise a tiny bit of fireman so yes you can look at a substance and say that is time and that is vitamin c then you need to understand the chemical structure of it and then you need to be able to reverse engineer it to be able to create it and that last step to give you a sense of how recent this all his vitamin b twelve is only figured out in terms of it's actually it's chemical structure rather in the seventies so identifying in isolating bidermann's actually took an extraordinarily long time freight each and every single one but there's something else kind of shocking about this whole thing and that's how recently the word 'bitumen was invented it's barely a hundred years old the history of the word vitamin to me is one of the most fascinating things i found out when i was researching the book because when i started out i just thought that had been around since time immemorial and dead you know it just seems so familiar it's like air so how could possibly be a new creation so i was shocked when i found out that actually the word vitamin only dates to nineteen eleven and when it came out people didn't accept that as a word the reason they didn't accept vitim in his word is that it was totally made up and the story there is that there was a polish biochemist named qasimyr funk was a great name was studying beri beri and unlike everyone who was obsessed with germ theory casimir funk like aikman he thought that berry berry was caused by a deficiency in some mysterious nutrient that nobody had found yet so he went a step further than his colleagues though because he decided he was going to give it a name give the substances a name so he took the latin word for life which is feta.

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"vitamin" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"vitamin" Discussed on Gastropod

"Enzymes speed them up so that's good but the body needs vitamins to help build these enzymes so the next question is where do we get these magical substances we get almost all these vitamins from plants but wire plants making them in the first place obviously plants don't eat food they get their energy from the sun inform water and they have chemical reactions to called photosynthesis that creates energy that they can use so plansneed vitamins to catalyze those reactions for themselves just as we need vitamins to help with reactions in our own bodies plants are great at making useful chemicals and they can make all of the vitamins except for d and b twelve humans are not so good but we can't make vitmain d actually which is weird vitamin d is weird for many reasons but that when we you know we typically think of vitamins things you need to get from food but humans actually are totally capable of producing vitamin d in response to sunlight via chemical reaction in our skin and in fact that's probably the way we were meant to get vitamin d because it exists in very very few animal products are food products that all one of those thirteen vitamins we need doesn't come from plants are sunlight we get it from meet that's b twelve and actually it's in meat because it's made by bacteria all the b twelve in the world is made by bacteria the animals like cows and clams that we get it from they absorb the b twelve that the bacteria in their guts make as it turns out we humans also have the two men b twelve producing bacteria and our guts but sadly they live in the end part of our guts after the part of the intestine where b twelve can actually be absorbed.

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