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"volek" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"April the fifteenth thank you guys thank you DG appreciate it my friend all you know I remember that ninety three if I remember it right the islanders eliminated the penguins in overtime right yes David Volek in game seven beat the penguins and put the hours in the Eastern Conference finals if I remember that right for a for a cheese burger who is the goal for the islanders isn't golf it was that Ron Hextall Glenn Healy what's already I was sorry all right it was closed okay it was pretty good yeah which is funny because Ron Hextall was in the playoffs that year he was with the Quebec Nordiques and may god be by Montreal in six games okay I was close to that a lot of hockey talk a child metal the job I was great thank you did you mention it well it was fun stuff right that the ninety three five member David Volek scored in overtime a game selective the penguins came from behind to score like two these are the payments were unbeatable this is like Maryland you if your armor yagara Kevin Stevens it was like all the penguins the penguins and the islanders beat him it's like oh my god they beat him and then they lost the Canadians Canadians beat the kings of X. sorely and everything went from there so the second part of this trade between the Texans and the rams went down today you had the Texas side of it now the rams side of it and here's where you're gonna have to eat a big reality sandwich if you're the rams the rams in going all in for the Super Bowl two years ago now are paying for it because all the players they brought in Hey let's try to do it we'll we'll try to catch it this year and we'll worry about next year next year I kinda like that Hey whatever happens now we're we're all day to day here so we'll live for today and worry about tomorrow tomorrow that's fine and now they're having to worry about tomorrow you've already seen them have to part ways with players because they make too much money weren't as effective as they thought they were going to be and not just Todd Gurley would now your scene Brandin cooks are cooks you know falling and out out of favor and be traded the rams are another team that this is going to be another year where don't expect a lot you know they're not replacing this talent that is leaving they're just simply losing talent look they they made the trade for Jaylen Ramsey they want to keep him there's only so much money that goes around for so many positions this is going to be one of those bridge years for the rams where okay we lose these guys we gotta get we gotta get back some financial flexibility and they haven't really brought in any players to take their place so we can keep it going I think the rams kinda know we gotta try to get through this year with what we have hope that some guys take a step up in the next year we make another run at free agency with more money available because we can't just keep doing what we're doing here eventually got to pay the Piper we saw they took a step back last year from the Super Bowl they'll take another step back even more this year just because again talent going out not enough talent coming in until they can replenish it next year yeah you could get lucky in the draft and you could you know you get a receiver and and things will work out for right now I guarantee the rams plan as we kind of got to suck it up this year and then we got to move on look as everybody else in that division is going to be better all right right cardinals exactly just added the Andre Hopkins right you know how good the Seahawks already are right the forty Niners what to the Superbowl that's going to be a loaded up division and the rams have to see reality I'm sure they do saying this is gonna be the year it is for us we'll get back out in twenty twenty one who knows maybe we get lucky but we find some young players we like and we cut our your reconfigure things around a bit but that's gonna be the kind of year for the rams okay just to get a figure out monies for Jaylen Ramsey in office right after treating the bounty they did to bring him on board as part of the let's ramp up let's bring the names let's bring the swagger and we now way they swung in the mist they scored three points in the Superbowl that's it the genius got exposed at least in that day the following year Todd Gurley healthy is he is he or is he not what's the problem there they can't get the offense rolling a spotter and now everybody else in the division including the cardinals bringing in de Andre Hopkins Seattle's always going to be a mess for you D. 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Metcalf you're too can't wait to see that with Russell Wilson so you've got that and then the forty Niners even if people hate Jimmy grapple all they do is when they're built to win so it's certainly going to be a difficult task and all you did was throughout the one guy that galvanized a lot of those names and kept them all on the same page in the same direction by getting rid of Wade Phillips can't wait to see what kind of ramifications that has so you have that and you have no money good luck Twitter and how bout a fresco Mike it's will and all the Jason Spencer with my Carmen live from the geico studios a look because you're talking about Jared Goff now losing Todd Gurley you're talking about him losing Brandin cooks and and you you've seen the stats with Brandin cooks isn't playing that it's much easier when him and and and Cooper Kupp aren't on the field how much the rams offense struggles and so now you're saying all right if you're if you're an opposing defense we have to stop on this offense you don't what you still went in saying we gotta make sure Todd Gurley doesn't kill us that maybe if you get the football and we're lucky about it but we got to make sure Todd Gurley doesn't tell us what about wide receivers well we can't double anybody because you know Cup is decent and you know cooks is decent and Robert woods is decent now you just took a really good wide receiver away it's okay now there's don't have to worry about shutting down we have to worry about shutting down Jared Goff Jared Goff was good when he had a lot of weapons around it is you next level quarterback it's going to take even lesser players and make them good no he's not Tom Brady so now you're walking in going okay it's it's a lot easier now to game plan for the for the Los Angeles rams and not like a bike I said they're going to have a year and and Sean McVay's been a pretty good astute judge of going for in making trades to make the team better in the short run but eventually that short runs gonna end and you know they'll just get back at it next spring after they get you know into the draft they have two more grass and and one more round of more money to be able to go out get the players can't wait to see how it flows especially when we're still talking about opening up a new palace in some way shape or form perhaps later this year that that's still swirling and the logo that you still have to live down to take to the field with the Jason Smith show by Carmen live from the geico studios meanwhile earlier today there was a fake story about another fell team signing a very famous quarterback and then after that story got out what quarterback is going to contact our team just to see if maybe there's an off chance they want to this is bizarre and it's next chases read my comment box was radio let's be honest we don't need to dress not all agree but the NFL draft we'll be going to Cincinnati Bengals select was five.
"volek" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Joe was a friend when Joe talked it meant something Jordan just open his mouth and just say words when it came out it meant something trooper Joseph Volek later arrested Sarasota national cemetery some veterans in Pinellas county or finding a creative way to deal with PTSD the bay pines VA hospital encourages veterans to use art therapy to heal from the pain they struggle with some of the art veterans created was on display at the hospital the artists hope other veterans will take advantage of the program they say art helps put their mind in a different place for more news listen to the daily diet the big news stories explained not shot it listen to the daily dive each day on the I heart radio apple or wherever you get your favorite podcasts it's five oh for a news radio WFLA this is a Bloomberg money minute the meat may be fake the results all right beyond meat is expected to show strong revenue growth in the fourth quarter when it opens its books later today gains in retail and restaurant distribution are expected to help the company over come wintertime weakness China today is cutting tariffs and half on seventy five billion dollars in imports from the US the reductions are taking effect at the same time as US tariff reductions on Chinese goods it's all part of the country's phase one trade deal coronavirus worries have Wall Street on the defensive heading into today's trading stocks finished with modest losses yesterday on doing some of this week's gains her heart minute Wells Fargo says investors need to focus on the long term near term has there been a hit absolutely is are gonna be volatility near term absolutely but these are are great opportunities in terms of long term value yesterday's loss for the market was the first this week Larry Kaski Bloomberg radio perfected.
"volek" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"January of nineteen sixty nine Tammy Wynette stand by your man was our fourth studio album its title track topped the country singles chart her fifth single to do so it proved to be our most successful song and one of those recorded songs and all of country music it said the song only took fifteen minutes to write in line it was criticized by people who claim the lyrics were anti feminist good afternoon it's two thirty nine and all run in between the secretary of state the nation's top diplomat and a reporter for NPR NPR has Mary Louise Kelley was interviewing secretary of state my palm pale secretary of state good to see you good to be with you thanks for having me on the show but then things got testy Pompeii apparently didn't like your questions about Ukraine and then after the formal interview she says he launched into a profanity filled shout demanding that you point out Ukraine on on mark map and asking her if Americans cared about that country the state department then issued a statement accusing her of lying and attacking some media outlets NPR says Kelly has always conducted herself with the utmost integrity and we stand behind this report Sam with singer CBS news Washington by the way she was able to point out you crying on that on mark map the Senate's impeachment trial wrapping up for the weekend and that means several presidential candidates on the democratic side of out of Washington and heading for Iowa for the weekend some having their for a last minute blitz of campaigning before the state's caucuses kick off the battle for the democratic nomination Sanders Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders and any club which are planned town halls rallies and concerts all across Iowa today to keep their supporters motivated heading into the final stretch of the caucus caucus campaign they will join former vice president Joe Biden PP Richards they have they do not have centered obligations three Illinois state troopers to **** one of them off duty shot by a woman and as a car cigar lounge in suburban Chicago last night police director Brian Kelly says one of them did not survive retired trooper Reeves succumbed to his injuries a local area hospital she became Volek retired special agent Lloyd Graham are both currently hospitalized in stable condition after sustaining serious injuries the shooter then fatally shot herself police say she did know the victims but they don't know the motive for the shooting now the five southbound through Burbank is jammed it's jammed solid it's a mess but we're not exactly sure why maybe ten bring would knows the answer by now he will check with him coming up less than four minutes hi Freddie snakeskin hearing for a truly cosmic was the rock song.
"volek" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Hour your home for original reporting I'm Wendy Gillette White House attorneys say the impeachment of president trump boils down to an attempt to reverse the results of the two thousand sixteen election Jay Sekulow was one of those present in the president's defense during two hours of arguments in the Senate this morning disagreeing with the president's decision on foreign policy matters or whose advice is going to take is in no way an impeachable offense the attorneys repeatedly reference the phone call between president trump and Ukraine's president that launched the investigation CBS's Stephen Portnoy the president's defense team accused house Democrats of selectively highlighting quotes from the Ukraine call summary ignoring Mr trump's complaints on the July twenty fifth call that Europe wasn't helping Ukraine out enough trump attorney Jay Sekulow insisted the president had reason to be concerned about corruption in Ukraine White House counsel Pat's implored senators to allow the public to decide whether Mr trump should stay in office the death toll has risen to forty two in China from the corona virus more than fourteen hundred people around the world are infected today is the Chinese New Year CBS's Remy and sencillo on how different it is this year in China celebration is not the word to describe today actually it's very somber it's very fearful and depending on if you were closer to the ground zero in Wuhan it could be a sense of panic an interview between the secretary of state and an NPR reporter goes south CBS's Sam let's singer NPR has Mary Louise Kelley was interviewing secretary of state my palm pale secretary of state good to see you good to be with you thanks for having me on the show but then things got testy Pompeii apparently didn't like your questions about Ukraine and then after the formal interview she says he launched into a profanity filled shout demanding that she point out Ukraine on on mark map and asking her if Americans cared about that country the state department issued a statement accusing her of lying and attacking some media outlets NPR says Kelly has always conducted herself with the utmost integrity and we stand behind this report Sam with singer CBS news Washington a woman shot and killed the retired Illinois state police trooper wounded another retired trooper and shot an off duty trooper before shooting herself at a cigar bar in the Chicago suburbs Friday night that's according to police state police director Brian Kelly retire trooper Reeves succumbed to his injuries a local area hospital she became Volek retired special agent Lloyd Graham are both currently hospitalized in stable condition after sustaining serious injuries this is CBS news redemption even the most demented Hollywood writers would not have dreamed up an ending like this forty eight hours Saturday's this travel tip.
"volek" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Music awards and was inducted into the rock and roll blues and Grammy halls of fame Rolling Stone ranked number twenty two on its list of the greatest singers of all time it is twelve forty and run in between the secretary of state of the United States and reporter for NPR NPR host Mary Louise Kelley was interviewing secretary of state Mike Pompeii ale secretary of state good to see you good to be with you thanks for having me on the show but then things got testy Pompeii apparently didn't like your questions about Ukraine and then after the formal interview she says he launched into a profanity filled shout demanding that she point out Ukraine on on mark map and asking her if Americans cared about that country the state department then issued a statement accusing her of lying and attacking some media outlets and PR says Kelly has always conducted herself with the utmost integrity and we stand behind this report Sam with singer CBS news Washington three Illinois state troopers to **** and one of them off duty shot by a woman and a cigar lounge in suburban Chicago last night police director Brian Kelly says one of them did not survive tire trooper Reeves succumbed to his injuries a local area hospital she became Volek retired special agent Lloyd Graham are both currently hospitalized in stable condition after sustaining serious injuries shooter then fatally shot herself police say she knew the victim's but they don't know the motive for the shooting we have problems in the north bound seven ten heading into the downtown area of north of Florence multiple problems in fact that Tim green what is checking out for us we'll try to find some ways around it for is coming up in about four minutes it's twelve forty one regional recipe for all the rock of the eighties musical memory pain you can handle right I got it.
Illinois State Police Mourns Death of Retired Trooper Fatally Shot in Lisle
"Police say a woman shot and killed the retired Illinois state police trooper wounded another retired trooper and shot an off duty trooper before shooting herself at a cigar bar in the Chicago suburbs Friday night state police director Brian Kelly retired trooper Reeves succumbed to his injuries a local area hospital she became Volek retired special agent Lloyd Graham are both currently hospitalized in stable condition after sustaining serious
"volek" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And Elizabeth Warren accused others on the stage or the people they were debating and the moderators of using quote GOP talking points which is essentially calling them Republicans that's like that's like the will of pulling the race card within the Democratic Party Republican and Democrat voters you know you notice everybody in the audience there that base Democrat voters who are going to pick up the nominee don't give a crap how you're gonna pay for free healthcare they don't care he's here in there cheering for everything free love to write free free free this free that then you would either sit there like Delaney in and Tim Ryan and bullock have some good points and meanwhile they get crickets on stage when they bring up the fact that the right rickets I love asking how somebody's going to pay for a program is Republican talking points now think of it last night Jake tapper accused of doing Republican talking points last night Jacob freaking tapper of CNN with how are you going to pay for this racist Republican those the first two things that come out of their mouth all of this is a Steve Volek of Montana disagreeing with the whole Medicare for all campaign then the day I'm not going to support a plan the rips away quality healthcare from individuals this is an example of wish list economics you for me just Republicans wanted to repeal and replace now many.
"volek" Discussed on KCBS All News
"With Steve Volek on CNN we need to do is have the same system that keeps us safe at the border what does not criminalize the I your challenge isn't there it's a criminal offense to cross the border the challenges that Donald Trump is president in using this to rip families apart political correspondent ed o'keefe the point they can't making the two then Sanderson worn ideological siblings in arms really when it comes to this is that the Democratic Party needs to think bigger and not be afraid to do so round two tonight North Korea has fired two more short range ballistic missiles days after a similar launch intended to pressure the US and South Korea into scrapping scheduled military drills Melissa Hannum is with the group open nuclear network looking the other way fans absolutely the wrong message because North Korea will continue testing these knowing that they won't have any repercussions for a missile fire just a month after president trump in king Jong woon met at the DMZ we're learning more about the gunman who killed three people at the Gilroy California garlic festival the FBI describes nineteen year olds and Tino Leggat as a loner whose life was shrouded in mystery police chief Scott Smith he says they also believe Leggat acted alone or investigations leading us more and more to believe that there was not a second person involved hi I don't think I can say that with absolute certainty at this point because we're still following up leads the ACLU documents more than nine hundred children including babies separated from their parents at the border a year after a federal judge ordered an end to the practice legal learned with the group's immigrants rights project in the last few months it's become clear that the separations are increasing that the kids are increasingly younger and that the separations are from not for legitimate reasons ACLU's asking a judge to decide whether the separations were justified I huge bench clearing brawl erupted at last night's game between the Cincinnati Reds and the Pittsburgh Pirates.
"volek" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"That was kinda fall off of it in the view as a as a fad. And then we just kind of have a movement away from that to something else. That's gonna biggest fear that we're trying to prevent days did day-to-day. I think it's so effective. Great tool for so many different things, especially with the state of the state of our side in we're from hell come right now. So think I agree. I worry a little bit about that too. But I I think the genie's out now. And yes, you're right. People still describe it critic described as a fad it's gonna go away. But. You know, I don't know. I think there's just too much science out there. Now, the massive data is is too much to ignore. Other people are still trying to nor it. So I highly doubt it's going to go away might might vigor concern is the scientists just been a trickle forward rather than accelerate forward because they're still challenges in getting funding and just the sort of way research is done sciences slow process. So I'm kinda really motivated to figure out new ways to celebrate the pace of science in translation of that science. So we can take advantage of of the benefits of this diet, different disease states or just for. Better functioning for everyone while you're doing your part. So thanks Jeff for being on show. Besides people going to PubMed in and Amazon is searching your name getting materials there or anywhere. You wanna point them for for more information? Yeah. I mean on the verte website. We have a blog that we try to get new content up every week or two. And so there's some really excellent information that is being posted there. Of some kind of people to that as a way to keep up on some of the relevant topics around key tones. Nutritional ketosis. Thanks again. Appreciate okay..
"volek" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"Will thanks between the work. Do all everybody is far as before you would have added more data Iran type two diabetes. And so if you'll know about verte health and what you're doing there. Maybe just a quick overview of the work. That's on there. Yes. So Verna health is a company that I co-founded with Stephanie might co author on the books as well. And in good friend and collaborator researches to. And then some Incan our currency owes the other co founder, so it what we've founded was a company that's really focused on reversing type two diabetes at scale our mission is to reverse diabetes. One hundred million people by twenty twenty five I think that might have been extended to twenty twenty seven now, but we are making very good progress. Our our initial focus which is to prove we could do this. And so we started a clinical trial couple years ago. And we've published one year data now and our two year data was just accepted. So it'll be published soon four hundred or so patients with type two diabetes prediabetes that we. Enrolled into our program, which at its core is Kita genyk diet, but we've combined that with virtual care model, which essentially means we educate people on Akita jank diet through nap and provide them with a hell access to health coach pretty much twenty four hours a day as well as the physician that is really key to all this because of the need to adjust medications from safety standpoint. And so we've basically built the infrastructure to practice telemedicine. From scratch. So that's the San Francisco based company, and we've published data.
"volek" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"We wanted that to be one of the outcomes it was dependent variable. But the it was quite a robust effect on weight loss every single person lost weight lean way loss was on the low over fifteen pounds, and it was almost all fat loss. And it was really the first day to measure visual fat. So the fact it's round your organs, which is much more highly sushi with cardio metabolic disease in we did that with the preferred advanced imaging meth. Using marai? And and so the Cuba genyk diet significantly reduced this real fat as well. And did not negatively impact or positively impact in relative to the high carb group adaptations to training. So they got stronger adapted to the training in the same way that the high court group did which is positive in our mind in a lot of that was focused on strengthen power less on endurance. So that was kind of another novel aspect because that's kind of a question out there. Whether not being key to adapt. It would negatively impact strengthened power in this case it did not Zo. We had wide range of performance parameters that we looked at. Did you see the initial dip off than can rebalancing twelve weeks? Actually, we did look at that in we expected, but it wasn't as profound as we thought. I'm not sure why. Because they're usually as a is a drop off. But maybe that's more specific to the endurance community where you really need to give it a good three to four weeks before you start feeling that normal, and that really wasn't the case too much, but we were very careful implemented well-formulated diet. So that adequate sodium in people weren't volume depleted, which can happen. If you're not aware of the natural ketosis and so forth. So that may have contributed some. But it was there wasn't a. No real drop office as we thought there might be. So the physical adaptation was the exact same pretty much or or similar the physical health markers were all positive outcome. So we had higher facts addition a lot of Israel, fat loss premiums and body composition. And did you guys truck? I mean, I feel like this would be a very important thing to look out for military application, but any sort of subjective or objective mental markers. As far as mental health goes, focus concentration energy levels. Anything like that? Yeah. We get a whole battery cognitive cash that we haven't presented that yet. Having to be honest having analysed yet either I can't speak to that right now. And we did a lot of surveys and things in overall. I mean there were few subjects struggled a little bit. But overall there were there were some amazing transformations in terms of. Decomposition few subjects, and they provided some very powerful testimonials for us. So it had overall very positive effect. But lease for that. I doubt in in arguably the primary goal of the study was. Really dress the obesity problem in the military because you know, it's it's it's frightening. But in three fourths of soldiers right now are either overweight or obese and close to around seventy percent of youth of seventeen to twenty three are ineligible for the military, primarily because of obesity Ennis's been described as a national security crisis because we may have trouble filling a military not because people don't want join. But because they don't meet the criteria. So so we really kinda played that angle more than anything in this. Initial paper. We have some other data to it was a little more of mechanistic from muscle biopsies, looking at glycogen might Kondracke functioning and so forth, the pretty provocative all very positive. So there are a lot of other questions..
"volek" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"And that's in women with stage for metastatic breast cancer in a can't talk too much about that. But it will say him. It's feasible in women except the diet. No problem in they they get into nutritional. Joses and the really results look very promising. And these are women in a really sick. They prognosis is is pretty poor with this kind of diagnosis and treatments more or less palliative that point so so we're very excited about that project. But we're we've got a lot of other projects in pipeline to to look at everything from combining gauging diet with different drugs that could be synergistic with Kita genyk diet in also looking in different types of cancer. So the think that's going to be a really exciting area over the next several years decades, really because there's a lot of work that needs to be done in that replacing some sort of stairs of care or is it as agile therapy. How do you imagine a best case scenario checking out is a great question. In most cases, I think most people are feeling ki ki genetic diets. As an adjunct to other therapies, so if you're getting radiation therapy or chemotherapy or even immunotherapy the hypothesized must cases the Decatur genyk diet would enhance synergies with those other treatment Paradyne's. As far as bringing it back to your your focus on military personnel. You said a study published last month immune group, people you want to maybe walked through findings there and me highlight highlight you guys got to refresh. Sure. Well, this is kind of a. Pilot study in many ways because we wanted this dash with military that we could even recruit a group of military personnel in get them to accept the diet in in get them into ketosis because that one of their biggest concerns to be quite Frank. They they don't think that they don't wanna change too much work to change the diet of soldiers. So so we recruited a group of of people into the study that are part of the Ohio State. Our army ROTC were most of them were from our we had a few others. So these were. Relatively young. I mean age about twenty five though the few up in the thirties early forties. And the idea was just to see if they would accept the diet. But we also did a lot of measurements too. So it was a twelve week intervention. We created fifteen now. People into the Keita genyk group in another fifteen into a low fat sauce standard American diet group and trapped them for twelve weeks train them into through a whole battery of tests, including everything from muscle biopsies resting metabolic rate in cognitive test in body composition, so forth. And we promise the first paper. We have other papers were working on now with the first paper was really focused on the body composition while it's focused on the these Billy park, which it was feasible was very. Was very well received just due to compliance. What was a measurement that you're looking at for feasability? Actually, measuring Keith Jones every day. We'd have them into a finger stick in measure beta hydroxybutyrate and have them report that back to us every day, and that really served two purposes wanted to measure compliance, but it also is a way for us to individualize the diet because everyone's a little different than needs to restrict carbs in moderate protein. To a different extent to be ketosis. So we got everybody above one million molar, which is quite impressive in these sort of outpatient studies. So everyone was in ketosis, and it was not a weight loss study. So we did not prescribe calories..
"volek" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"It's consumers few carbs as possible while maintaining optimal performance is a better strategy Annette doesn't necessarily mean Kita genyk or even very low carb for some athletes, but it's a it's a mind shift. It's a different paradigm of instead of maximizing carbohydrate intake, you're really focused on minimizing it while trying to optimize performance in that could be different for different athletes. It can even be different within a person ending on their goals in life sore status. If the as you age, you tend to get more carbon dollar in in so your needs can change over time in in response to different events in your life. So this this is something that, unfortunately, is is very complicated. There's no simple answer. Here. But I think we've over emphasized carbs in general in Iraq. Nord low carb is an option for athletes in anonymously in. So was the first vertically dove into his performance in regards Kara hydro consumption. Well, actually, I always I would say that what you really started my interest in wanting to even go to graduate school and become was always leaving after a masters, but I really felt in lovers cert- with search in the decision was pretty easy to stick around another four or five years and get a PHD, but I became quite interested in fat metabolism in cholesterol, like protein metabolism. Because a lot of the current dietary guidelines are based primarily on the diet heart high popped assists, which was Ansel keys in the really primarily the sixties and seventies. It really disdain. This theory was promoted in his still in many ways promoted today, but that was all based on the idea that over consumption of fat, specifically saturated fat, raise cholesterol, and that intern increased risk for heart disease. So, you know, I really initially gonna get focused on studying how nutrition low carb diets affected cholesterol metabolism. And that's that's been a continuous interest of mine were still doing studies in that area. Because it's just fascinating end. If we're actually positive for a second. I mean, I think that I have heard on the Keita space this term of lean mass, hyper responder, how'd you break that down a digestible format for people who've who haven't really understood a lot of the science. Yeah. Well, the I think just to take a step back. If you look at how Kita genyk diets affect cholesterol metabolism in generally have very uniform response in terms of triglycerides down consistently. And that's good HDL cholesterol. Good cholesterol goes up in most people and LDL cholesterol. However, which is the one physicians focused on on prescribe statin, if that goes up that is quite variable in terms of colest- LDL cholesterol concentration we've done dozens of studies including highly controlled beating studies with precision controlled meals, and you know, you take hundred people feed them the exact same food for a month measure their cholesterol under the most well-controlled conditions in what you'll find is have the people their LDL cholesterol goes up the other half. They go down. Some people goes up quite remarkably might may be fifty points in another person that goes down fifty points. And and so if you dig a little deeper, you know, now, we have really good evidence that LDL cholesterol is not just a singer..
"volek" Discussed on Alice @97.3
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"volek" Discussed on KOIL
"Time and time again that as a legend about the very volek we believe them when they said twenty candidates will make brown we will make sure we were well with absolutely stacked at one of the people off let's will be and then and now the shot humor says now and lacks they suspend lebeau about it mark levin we games five to eight pm newstalk twelve ninety every single one of these policies isn't going to require a fight on your point you can just ball and walk away you can't if you do when you're going to get the same bailed government that you've always have and that's not going to work but i can guarantee you starting now not even january twenty starting now the battle is beginning sean had a week these two to five pm on a new start twelve ninety did you know the teams sure let's just connected to others according to a study of twelve teenagers but to just do to meaning routes students who going into only had a strong feelings about tearing but they also heading to the section of them so when it came to leadership dependability an independence i don't want to just at bat watch the world go my at and in doing something to make the world better i just really fall in love with helping people very accomplish mine when i know that i've told some money when you know that you did something impacts now it's just this incredibly fulfilling on them on person can make a difference it's an amazing experience that makes he feels sell going inside and there's so many people out there who can use your how calling you know back a community are personally can change the world the twenty two years the potential spirit it can.
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"Then we have elizabeth new jersey at the train station where i guess these guys saw the backpack it or a pack age inside a trash and took it out thinking they had found something and there were five bombs in that one of them exploded when the police said a robot to check it out and won one but but it was big explosion can imagine a fall five gun off i'm surprised and now there's a raid going on in elizabeth new jersey a raid underway at home near the train station his nabbing searched and the whole time you've got to go back to twenty twelve go back to twenty twelve today's the nineteen today have september go back to twenty twelve nine eleven bingo aussie when you go there is no way it was terrorism no tears are not terrorism because he was election coming up for obama so we had built a blasio in all these other people saying no it's not tear it's not it's not care now we haven't election coming up for hillary for hillary will they cover up the same way his other rhetorical question answer was less kind of fun kuchar al hale but we know the answer hey hey good morning likely know the answer to that question but the answer is another question is that jeopardy danger differed it is jeopardy danger in jeopardy that's what savors the mission he added i love mission jeopardy yet but we got that we have carson the good as a country of volek consummate yeah i mean it's good that feeling that yet when you you seen it before but we're hall bulletin nations and and and some anyway and yet obama loss to make is more probable by clearing people when they come a construct anybody anybody comes across the southern border.
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