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"More moralistic because you know if they were thinner and so that dynamic has been set up and has continued to this day That many people feel that you know being thin makes them superior and so that all of those dynamics are within our culture. And i think it's important that we recognize seven be aware of it and also recognize it. Size is not has nothing to do. with morality. has to do with these root causes and also whatever small contribution genetics or more importantly epigenetics plays in this In this arena. Absolutely i this co conversation. Kinda leads me to ask about your bumping you contributed to as well Treating black women with eating disorders clinicians guide. And i'd love for you to talk a little bit more about how this plays into that. Yeah for the past. Five years. I've been speaking on the topic of treating black women with eating disorders. And when you look at what little research there is the incidence or prevalence of eating disorders in the black community is the same as is in the white or latino community and yet many black women go undiagnosed because in clinicians do not believe that black women can get eating disorders. There's also been a lot of misconceptions about Body image acceptance in the black community that You know there's you know you look at some of the rap songs and the hip hop culture and it's all about you know the curvy figure which was used as kind of a a the thinking that well black. The black community accepts the curvy body and therefore lack women aren't worried about being thin First of all that has changed dramatically even in hip hop culture. There's now a more you're seeing more and more just like you see color ism and hip hop culture where lighter skinned black. Women are more likely to be shown in these in these hip hop videos. You also see changes in size preference now with dinner. Fake year being more likely to be shown in hip hop culture so again the black community has has acculturated to white standard within america and no longer has the same standards set maybe were brought with them with us from africa and for example..
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"So it gets even more interesting. There are three stories that are now seemingly that not seemingly, but they have not yet been connected together. But it paints a picture that is critical for the American taxpayer. Now, Israel is asking, almost demanding for $14 billion of American support. Morally, we should back Israel. 100%. With all this news, we need to get resignations. We need to get answers before we send any more money. Now, did we approve the $14 billion, guys? I don't know if that's come to the House or the Senate yet. I don't know if that's happened yet. I know they were talking about it or not. We need answers. It went to the House. I let's just major, major time out. The long wait for help as massacres unfolded in Israel. It took most of a day for Israeli soldiers to arrive as people tried to hide from Hamas terrorists on Saturday. Here's what the evidence shows about the response to some of the deadliest attacks. Where is the army? A woman texted her family after hiding from the Hamas attackers for five hours. Here's the evidence showing how long it took. At the music festival, it took eight hours before a rescue occurred. At Kefar Aza, more than 20 hours before a rescue. At Beri, more than 13 hours before a rescue. And Nuraz, more than 8.5 hours before a rescue. So let me understand this. For a year, you have such detailed intelligence that you name a potential pending attack as Jericho Wall. You do very little to nothing to prevent it from ever happening as far as creating a DMZ, a demilitarized zone. You then, the night before, according to Axios.com, have the article, Israel security chiefs had intel on Hamas activity but didn't put Gaza border on high alert. The Israeli intelligence the night before the attack picked up signs of irregular activity among Hamas operatives in Gaza but top IDF and Shin Bet leaders decided not to put anybody on high alert. Put military forces on high alert on the enclave. So that would be bad enough if then also, let me understand this, it took you 20 hours in a country the size of New Jersey to go rescue your citizen? It took eight and a half hours to go to Nuraz? It took you eight hours to go to the festival? The military bases aren't that far away. We don't know the whole picture yet but signs are pointing that this is probably not the last story that we're going to see that might answer some of the questions that I said in my original viral clip. Now mind you, the Axios piece came out after my clip went viral. Same with the New York Times piece. So a lot of this, I was just operating on gut instinct. Now why was, where did I, am I, did I just have some sort of dream in it? No, I've been to the border of Gaza. I have pictures of it and these amazing IDF guys, many of whom are now in Gaza fighting and I'm texting with them, praying for my hope they win 100%. The whole time they have this chest out and they were so proud and they should be at the time they said this is the most secure border in the world and I've told this story before and I said I wish we had a border like this in America. Now let's go a step further and a level deeper because that's what we do here on the Charlie Kirk show. We ask the questions that get you attacked but you guys have a right to think about. If the Israeli intelligence knew about Jericho wall, did the CIA know about Jericho wall? Did the American military know about the Jericho wall? Did the Department of Defense know about Jericho wall? Henry Kissinger passed away this week and I'm just going to read. I'm just going to read this word for word because whenever I bring this up, people lose their minds. The era of reason and rationality has not come back on this topic. People start shaking and I get it. I get it. You're highly emotional. Just don't call your friends and allies names, okay? Again, I, there should be some apologies that come through and I'll happily accept them but if I read some of these text messages I received, unhinged, unhinged, okay. Prime Minister Golda Meir, Minister of Defense Moshe Dayan and Chief of General Staff David Elazar met at 805 on the morning of Yom Kippur. This was 50 years ago on the attack of also that happened on October 7th, six hours before the Yom Kippur war began. Eliezer proposed a mobilization of the entire air force and four armored divisions or 100,000 to 120,000 troops. While Dayan favored a mobilization of the air force and two armored divisions or around 70,000 troops, Meir chose Eliezer's proposal. Eliezer ordered, this is the key, Eliezer argued in favor of a preemptive strike against Syrian airfields at noon, Syrian missiles at 3 p.m. and Syrian ground forces at 5 pm. Quote, when the presentations were done Prime Minister Golda Meir hemmed uncertainty for a few moments but then came to a clear decision. There would be no preemptive strike. Israel might be needing American assistance soon and it was imperative that it would not be blamed for starting the war. Golda Meir said, quote, if we strike first we won't get help from anybody. Prior to the Yom Kippur war, Henry Kissinger, who died this week, and President Nixon consistently and repeatedly warned Golda Meir that she must not be responsible for initiating a Middle East war. I'm reading from Wikipedia by the way, which actually has done a pretty good job on this. And on October 6, 1973, Henry Kissinger sent a further dispatch discouraging a preemptive strike. Israel was totally dependent on the United States for military resupply and sensitive to anything that might endanger that relationship. At 10 15, Golda Meir met with the American ambassador, Kenneth Keating, to inform him that Israel did not intend to preemptively start a war and asked the American efforts to be directed at preventing war. Kissinger earned urged the Soviets to use their influence to prevent war, contacted Egypt with the Israeli message of non-preemption and sent the message to other Arab governments to enlist their help on the side of moderation. These late efforts were futile. According to Henry Kissinger, had Israel struck first, it would have received not so much as a nail from America. Play cut 121. But the news that is really, really rattling things in Washington, from Washington to Tel Aviv, is this explosive New York Times exclusive that the Israelis actually knew of this plan of attack in great specifics for a year, for a year before October the 7th. Has anybody resigned? I think one or two people did, if I'm not mistaken. I think one guy resigned. Are the people that are now in charge of the Gaza war also the people that did this whole, you kind of oversaw this whole thing? The head of Israel's Shin Bet domestic intelligence on Monday took responsibility for failing to prevent Hamas from carrying out its deadly rampage through Israeli towns. Despite a series of actions we carried, unfortunately on Saturday, we were unable to generate sufficient warning to a lot that would allow the attack to be thwarted. This guy's just lying. I'm sorry he's lying in Reuters. Like you guys knew it was going to happen the night before. You guys knew what the attack was. As the one who heads the organization, the responsibility for this is on me. There will be time for investigations. Now we fight. I disagree. I got to be honest. I agree with Morning Joe on this. I agree with Morning Mika. I don't think that Americans should send money until we get clear answers on what the heck happened. If you are fighting a war, by the way, I hope Israel wins. I hope the ceasefire is fine. Israel can defend itself. It's fine. Where are the resignations? Where are the mass resignations? And you look at the 1,200 Jews that have died and then the hostages. So here's the situation we have. There's two explanations. The most likely and the probable, and honestly the one that most of us can live with, and I honestly hope is the truth, is that Israel got so prideful, so cocky that dozens of people involved all at once said, we're so powerful, so strong, this is a stupid attack, Jericho wall, Jericho shmall, we're untouchable, Titanic syndrome. That's the probable explanation.
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"I had a young woman who was diagnosed with bulimia and she said that her father used to call her miss piggy and he used to joke about that on a regular basis. And i just felt like you know a knife to my hard to hear that an innocent young person was taunted in that way by family member bucks. We know that family and friends are the number. One cause of weight stigma and then the medical profession is the number to costs so those are two arenas that i over and over about whether pediatrician tells the mother your daughters in the you know overweight or obese category by those charts. God knows why we even use those charts anymore but you know but that that then leads to them being put on a diet when they were maybe five years old and you don't you know child is in a massive growth phase from five to you know twelve or puberty and Restricting what they eat is is a dangerous and also dangerous for their mental health and so that intergenerational trauma can start with You know maybe mother had been sexually abused and she herself then turn to food as a way to cope and the and her daughter than listens to her constantly. Talking about you know how fat she is or how bigger dies are or sees her going on died after died after diet and then that has impact on the child so even though the child may have not experienced any trauma themselves They can be exposed to this trauma from their parents and grandparents. Grandparents are not are also innocent in this whole scenario so It's you know. It's i heard many mothers say to me but you know it's better for my child that they could lose weight because then they won't be bullied at school and what about their health and all of this and and so. We been indoctrinated indoctrinated in our culture into thinking that being thin is i morally superior. And that's something that i think when we talk about Race we know that you know in white community Way back in the early nineteenth century Black bodies were considered savage overly sexual and White bodies were considered to be the moral equivalent..
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"Hayes helps sheets She does workshops to help people kind of come up with their dialogue and things that they can that they can say wait brought up and they don't wanna talk about it So that that's something that can certainly open. I think you know going into a doctor and saying off the at this case guy the history of eating disorder. I really am working on with working with fair. But it's a dietitian. I'm here for accent. I really would like to focus on that irrespective of weight Or when it comes time to the doctor medical system would ever saying okay. We need to check their weight. Saying something like i really prefer not to be mad at my weight measured if it's not going to affect the treatment. Can we skip that. You know you can put down that. I that i decided not to do that. And if it will affect a medication or whatever they say would be the reason you didn't get interest asked to be told that and don't it in a visit summary or don't give me the visit summary or whatever could be and that's it you know at the they could even take it a step step further and say something like i'm here you know. It's i acknowledged that. This is hard for someone to stay. But i'm here. I have a tough time coming to doctors. Because in the past i've gone and it's been all about my weight and then i should buy it and then i should exercise and i it's hard for me to be here and i really would like not to focus on those things. This is what i'm doing for my health on ear. I'm trying to move more whatever i'm doing. Can we just focus on the numbers on my labs and whatever it is. I know it would be really hard to have that conversation. But i imagine there's again many layer to the layers to this as well because the dialogue. Or what the dialogue has been for the longest time is your weight. Is your responsibility. So for some people if they're still kind of tied up in that that might feel like admitting to a failure of their body existing the way exactly as it is probably as exactly. It's supposed to be you know even if it's your have your body's happy weight that we like to talk about your set point weight range or whatever it is. It might be really hard for some people to. I don't even want to say admit that. Because that's not the right word that i want to say you know but even engage in that kind of conversation because it feels like admitting a failure and no one wants to admit a failure right We talk about brennan brown all the time on this podcast and it's like you know talking about. There's a huge aspect of shame around our body size no matter what. Bmi or size body. You're in like everybody has probably in their lifetime. It's at some point experienced body. Shame whether it was because of a body change or a lack of a body change or you know some kind of discrimination in the medical field or whatever it was. But i mean if you have the courage to have that conversation with your medical provider please do or you can go. We've had reagan on the show before we have links to her hayes health sheets and everything and we also have a a medical card that we provide to our clients. That's like hi. I'm working with a dietitian nutritionist. On this stuff. And i would really prefer not to be weighed working on these things with them. You know yada yada so we can link all of those things in the show notes people if they want them perfect. No that's great roy. I get totally. Those are tough conversations. That have but you'd i get messages on instagram..
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"And it's here's the tools that we are teaching you how to use to control people's weight right so in medical school it might be here's all the pharmaceuticals that you're learning and the lifestyle changes as well and then when it's nutrition dietetic. Here's the diets you can give people and here's also supplements if stuff comes up in their blood work and it's just like it. It all goes down to the same thing of institutionalized weight bias an institutionalized fat phobia that's really directing all of these not only conversations and the teachings that were having but then also driving the funds for specific research studies which are then circling back around and saying oh well this is the research study that came out. We're not going to tell you specifically about all the participants and who he like left out of this study. But this is what we're telling you are newsletter this week right and also you know those studies that don't control for weight stigma which is obviously very very detrimental and a huge impact on on outcomes. And if you don't control for that it's really hard to the have anything other than a correlation you know it's really hard to to prove causation without controlling for that. You know in these studies. And i think that's that's something that's often not looked at so speaking of specifically the endocrine system. You have talked about this in your social media and we would love if you could dive into it of talking about fat as an endocrine organ. Yeah no absolutely so. There's there's a lot of things that happen in adipose tissue in the fat cells. It's not just an art storage so there's hormones that come from there that affects a tidy. Inflammatory markers in ball is immune clotting factors involved. So it's not just like an area that just stores that cells you've mentioned a little bit in your social media about how our adipose tissue is very intricate communication system. Can you talk a little bit more about that. The whole endocrine system works on this the signaling hormones the bloodstream and through different peptides and hormones. Which is all based on a feedback loop so for example the firearm which on is a signaling the tagline to the fiery glenn which is in the neck. And if there's not enough thyroid hormone around and the rain van kicks up this t. s. h. virus stimulating hormone signal and and different feedback loops between like leptin which is tidy warm on on that is from fat cells and impacting things like reproduction and society and full. You know with four minutes So all that bad interplay of signaling between the endocrine glands and can system and different parts of the body whether it's food intake or the saas thrown an estrogen production at all. It's all tied together and that balances is really what we're trying to to help achieve you know by health promoting behaviors and medications as needed and things like that. Can you share a little. Bit about Why it should be celebrated rather than shamed in that way and how we can talk about more about how clients who might be like. They might hear someone might here on this podcast. Ooh leptin. ooh that's bad. Could you describe a little bit about that in why that something that shouldn't necessarily be shamed especially for those with you know you might serve. Put the connection together of saying. Oh i have more adipose tissue. So i might have more left in that does x. y. and z. Yes i mean first of all. How cool is it that our body has the signaling system that helps us to know when we're full and when we're hungry just by listening to it let's steal this from her she maybe would say it on on your episode too but this like internal. Gps system. that guides us helps us navigate. You know things like food and stress and sleep in all these these things that we have if we.
Fresh update on "whole" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Israel knew Hamas's attack plan more than a year ago. We've gone into great detail about how we did a series of interviews, and we doubled and tripled down, saying that there's no way that the Israeli government did not have intelligence beforehand. We were attacked from every direction, and we were attacked in a very nasty, awful way. Again, I'll accept apologies at any time because it was so unhinged. I'll just read you one of them. I remember I was in San Antonio about to give a speech, and I thought this was over. I thought this was, you know, beyond. Here's the Washington Times by Jeffrey Shapiro defaming Israel. Charlie Kirk floats theory Netanyahu let Hamas slaughter Jews to consolidate power. I never said that. Actually, I explicitly didn't say that. I said, I'm not willing to say, but they don't listen to it. No, this is my favorite part of it. He quotes part of my thing, and he goes on to say in the piece, which never should have saw the light of day at the Washington Post, that I need to resign from Turning Point USA. Charlie Kirk's comments demonstrate ignorance, but some may say he lacks the conscience or be evil. Jeffrey Shapiro calls me evil in the Washington Times. Bolstering terrorist propaganda is evil because it casts aspersions on heroes and mitigates the guilt of those responsible for crimes against humanity. Ben Dominant tweeted, if Charlie Kirk remains the head of Turning Point USA, the right has an anti-Semite problem that will follow them into the coming elections. So what were my comments that were so dangerous, that were so unacceptable? Let's listen to this. Again, I had op-ed after op-ed. It was so coordinated. Producer Andrew will attest to this. It was a coordinated attack on me personally. I didn't waver an inch. We've been through it but after the ninth or tenth time, you're like, hey, geez, there's some sort of a group chat where some very unstable people are trying to attack us. Maybe you guys should be that passionate. I don't know about whether or not the Israeli government knew the attack plan ahead of time. Turns out they did. The Israeli government knew. The reason that I was attacked, and I'm not saying that I was attacked by the Israeli government, I was attacked by people that were totally emotionally unhinged, is because I was onto something. It's because I asked the question you're not allowed to ask because there's some truth to what I said. The Israeli government knew about all of it. They even had a name for it called the Jericho Wall. Yeah, okay, let's play both. Let's play cut 131 first. Play cut 131. How did these guys not know this was taking place? So I've been in Israel many times. The whole country is a fortress. When I first heard this I still had the same gut instinct that I did initially. I find this very hard to believe. I've been to that Gaza border. You cannot go 10 feet without running into a 19-year-old with an AR-15 or an automatic machine gun that is an IDF soldier. The whole country is surveilled. Netanyahu now has an emergency government and a mandate to lead. I'm not willing to go so far that saying that Netanyahu knew or there was intelligence here, but I think some questions need to be asked. Was there a stand down order? Was there a stand down order? Six hours? I don't believe it. Now I'm not going to get into the stand down order. Morning Joe does. We'll touch on that in a second, but let's then go to cut 132 please. So let me just kind of go through this. We don't talk about Israeli politics very often and most Americans don't know this. The last nine months Israel was on the brink of civil war. It's not an exaggeration. This judicial stuff, there were hundreds of thousands of Israelis taking to the streets because Bibi Netanyahu was basically redefining the Israeli constitution. That's not an exaggeration, right? He said the judicial branch has too much power. There were protests planned this week against Netanyahu where they anticipated tens of thousands of people to take to the streets. That's all gone, Patrick. Okay, so remember when I said I find this very hard to believe? Let's was attacked by surprise. That was the essence of my whole thing. And for that I was, again, this Washington Times article by Jeffrey Shapiro, Charlie Kirk here, quote, Charlie Kirk should resign or be removed as the head of Turning Point USA or the right will and should suffer the consequences of its inaction. So calling for regime change. He's a former Washington prosecutor and served as an advisor and director of US Office of Cuba Broadcasting. By the way, there were tons of these articles, tons of tweets, tons of social media posting.
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"And you get to see these gorgeous baked things and everything but my second recommendation comes actually from one of our listeners where she was mentioning after listening to our discussion on trying to reestablish a different relationship with exercise after was talking about getting back into it and using peleton and everything macara recommended that. There's actually a peleton hayes and anti diet community on facebook so we will put that link in the show notes for you if you are a peleton person or if you're interested in doing some of those workouts exercises meditations yoga or whatever but you're looking for a completely non triggering experienced they link all of the instructors and everything that are anti and hayes aligned so you can have an enjoyable movement expert and i just joined the group and i'm so excited so maybe you'll see me in there and i'm super excited to hear who they've curated for his safe and who's maybe not so safe. My recommendation for this week is kind of fun. We recently took to an earth's best organic farm and it was really fun because you got to really get the full farm experience. We got to play with little baby pigs and little ducklings and elliott got to feed baby goats bottles which was really fun but they were so incredibly cute. It was so much fun. And i recommend anybody. If you need like a little pick me up and you wanna play with baby animals. Please go to earth's best organic farms. Check it out okay. Well without any further ado. We'll get into the episode or the interview so today on the podcast we have dr yodel and he is an endocrine specialists and we're super excited to have him on because you have a nuance to what and how you do what you do. Which is exactly why we wanted to have you on the show today. So could you tell us a little bit more about your journey to becoming a medical professional and then really starting to become more of a haze aligned chronology. I yeah absolutely so always wanted to be a doctor from like eighty seven eight something like that. Always want to be a pediatrician. Then i got to medical school and had an amazing and no cran clinical professor. Who is just excited about. The field ran up and down like the auditorium. Statism like diabetes. So exciting thyroid. So exciting i was like yeah actually it is pretty cool the physiology and all this stuff in that..
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"In the long term. Yes and really really really skill. Digestive health experts are explicit about this short term. This is temporary. We want to As many foods as hostile when you pull that with somebody who also had a complex relationship moon were there working out relational self esteem for internal step in their relationship. Food can grab on to the elimination and you have a provider who hasn't taken care to really doing. A good job of explaining and also following through it is really really really really problematic. It's dangerous too because people don't then think about how how they're going into their meals and how. That's impacting it. So i understand the desire for someone who latches onto literally anything that they're telling them that's going to give them some comfort because it is so uncomfortable in the minute dimension that you got that validation the mini you're thinking okay. Great i now have this now. I want to do something about it and i wanna feel better and so now i'm going to latch onto what is available to me and granted. They get they feel better right like you feel better in the moment in that initial the that initial stage but then over the long term the symptoms come back they start creeping back in they become maybe even a little bit more quote unquote flexible with their low fond maps. And they think that's the reason why and then insert right back into disorder eating relationship. Where next thing you know you're saying to yourself. Oh it's my fault. It's because i didn't stick to it long enough when you were really never meant to stay on a low fahd map diet for any period of time. And so that's where there's a huge misconception. But since we're so ingrained in this culture of elimination and cut it out cut out cut it out that everyone latches onto this and we ignore that information and especially when you look at it from a long-term gi health perspective it can be so unbelievably damaging to go long term. So it's almost kinda like dana night before we had this conversation with you. We were saying which one is it. The chicken or the egg you know is it the gi issues. That are that are leading you to elimination protocols and creating the disordered eating making all this anxiety or is it the eating disorder. That's causing the issues in making you anxious all the same time and put up with love if you could provide us with some common conditions or symptoms that you see a lot for like a lot of your clients at this. My gosh you've made so many good points again. Nobody nobody listening to my head to follow up and like nodding along and like yes. Yes yes they just late. We have a lot of responsibility as providers and news abyss. You really wanna work as integrative we as possible that our job is to help principle to understand all of the kind of conditioning that happens. You know social. You're on podcast with the art of of blah. The that a truly integrative approach is going to hold all of those things. In mind woody relational peace including the mental health piece including sort sort of houses. Picture gonna look over a very long period of time and not just for the immediate introduction of a protocol and. I'm really excited because invited. Give a taught to integrative health practice. That does a lot of elimination diet. And one of the staff members followed my work and invited me to come Speed and really excited. Because i think. I'm able to speak to this idea of sort of having a much. Bigger critical assessment in looking at temperament personality and mental health history and all of that mimicking gave like a really truly an integrative and really thoughtful and really Yeah can multifaceted Approach to work so that was a little bit of a tangent. Not the answer questions near but in terms of this that i tend to see so i tend to see a lot of light on com discomfort with fullness where it's revealed flake stay digesting rate is sort of ills lincoln. Sort of sitting there people who are happy discomfort was reflux and acid reflux turner pain this generalized. Like my stomach feels comfortable so we have to do a lot of sorting out like is it. Discomfort is it loading he noticing these symptoms and then a lot of difficulty with eliminations. Whether it's it's tend to be on the constipation and things That sometimes we'll vacillate between constipation diarrhea. But i would say from top to bottom those through the most common things that i see You know trying to speaking back for genus worrying about the ids you know which is is such a frustrating frustrating diagnosis for seventy reasons. But it's interesting because sometimes a doctor will diagnose ibs but then we find the nutritional rationale. That doctor actually hasn't done their work because the diagnosis of ibs is a diagnosis of last resort. It means that we have eliminated every other possibility in reluctance. Sort of like automobile little and Some people you truly have ideas that they haven't necessarily their doctors. Having done the debut diligence to rule all the other stuff out and so a lot of times we have company. And they say you know. I i have i. Yes and you know this other area kind of it's become a little bit of a passionaria minus is related to pelvic floor dysfunction. Whether or not we'll have time or whatever to to delve into that that those are the symptoms that i most commonly see in my practice in its were usually working on from lots of different angles. I'm a big fan as much as i can work with my clients. Medical providers to do as much testing as possible is adjust gives us more information to parse out. Like what's what and that way. We're not just of diving into random. Elimination protocols we actually have more data to go on and so yeah i i tend to like to really thorough clinical assessment. Get as much testing. Done as i am able to do. And then kind of problem solved together to understand what both of you were speaking to earlier. Which is identifying what is causing. What knocking you nearly trick puzzle because for most people. It's both most people that i work with. It's both it's both the digestive health staff that his either been predated and sort of lead itself. Disendorse ordered eating patterns or as a result of the deserving eating patterns and actually kind created these symptoms and so the are most typically working on working on the evening recovery working on trinidad challenging relationship recruiter henry as we're working. Gi seemed time. You notice one of the things. That i actually. There's been some improvement in the image communities sort of kind of the more medical community. Were historically it was like a person were like almost as it. It's all in their head. Treat your mental illness. But you do understand that. There are very real physiological currency having any sort of then needs to be very bizarre nonsensical response. I feel that often. My role is to be a very very vocal. Advocate reminds ri- requesting testing. I'm asking for labs. I'm requesting. Follow up. And i'm also sort of jumping as an pleased on the piece. I've got that if it could you respect that and allow. That's be sort of something that we're navigating Which i find. I don't know you both fineness that anytime. You mentioned this eating disorder a lot of medical providers. You'll so frightened that they're actually quite happy for me to take that on and like you know i can handle that piece but if you can communicate their findings of your assessment testing But it said it requires a lot of a lot of advocacy on the part of the clinicians. Well with were particularly of a working.
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"A hard time not taking care of all of those other tasks. So so that's why i teams focus on. Not just you know. As a dietitian early nutrition professional should have what a person is eating but wehbe eating experiences like and how developed a little bit. More flexibility and ease with discomfort were not adding stress about the discomfort on top of the discomfort about big sense. And you know there's there's another component to this too of okay so we're not just you know trying to control what we're eating because i can add a whole nother stress right and trying to manage and activate the other component of the nervous system down regulating it right. So how we're eating. But then also thinking about the other component of and this is where the you know the intersection of disorders and eating disorders or anybody along the complicated relationship with food spectrum. How much stress do you have around what you should and shouldn't be eating. And how much do to all of the elimination protocols you've done in the past and all of the research that you've probably done around what foods are quote best for ibs or insert your gut condition here. How much are you thinking yourself into those symptoms right and this is not to be clear. This is not saying it's all in your head it's not right like constipation is not on your head right like these other things. All these are not all in your head but how much of a component is. I feel like i shouldn't be eating beans. Because i've heard beings have too much fiber and fights and all this other stuff that i'm pretty sure they're going gonna give me symptoms. Is it the reaction that your body is having to the beans themselves or is it this nervous system. Response that we're having to. I shouldn't be eating this food. Because i know it's going to give me symptoms or is it both because it can be both as well right right yeah and it creates a lot complexity and you know one of the things that i try to make super clear whenever i talk about this and the two of you do such a nice job with asus. Well like this is no blaming shaming. This is really hard to navigate. And you know. I don't necessarily need my voice to be another voice of like telling people what to do But as an opportunity for hooks to reflect on he this is really complicated and probably some really well intentioned folks have given you food less than done tasks than all of the beings might have been unintentionally creating creating more confusion florio But that question. You know that you're really speaking to sort of how do we parse this out together and really take some time which is why that That gentleness piece and that piece at the forefront that i really has to be foundational. Which is this whole process. We have to be trying to bring the stress down to green sort of the the level of kind of being amped up down and one of the things that you said. They actually made me think about some research that i was reading more much more recently. So danny you made such a good point. And i really appreciate your saying like we are not saying this is all in your head. I'm not at all. These are very real symptoms and so when other research studies that i read recently really. It's because it's ed. In this particular study granted. It was a reasonably small number of people who are in this study but the researchers will out this thread that the folks who tended towards having a lot of physical uncomfortable physical symptoms relationships are eating tended to be higher on the scales of what is called civilization and west matt. Zeeshan asian is and. This is just sort of my way of paraphrasing it. Is you feel emotions. Berry strongly in your body. And i will say i have made hand rates. I feel things very strongly in my body. When i'm feeling anxious. My stomach feels upset. Right if i'm about to give their big top that i'm having a lot of feelings about. I am running to the bathroom multiple times. Before i get in front of that microphone like i feel my nervousness feelings i eighty i know when i feel anger like the hardest pounding in. It's interesting is my partner is very much not that way. We could be sitting on a couch watching a very intense show. And i'll turn to him and say. Oh my gosh my heart astounding is your heart pounding. He's like now it's a show. Where like my whole nervous. This damn is totally responding to what we're watching and so that's not a bad thing or a good thing. It just is is just a difference that those who tend to feel things very strongly in our body tend towards having these more functional symptoms and again. That's that's a way to kind of inventory is the food is this. My feelings is whatever and anything. A person who tends to buildings pretty strongly. Then your maybe a person who tends to have maybe a bit of a stronger response if you're hearing stressed about what you're eating or you're worried about whether or not the meal is gonna make you gassing like you have a system that might be setting you up to be having some of those visible symptoms not because you're making it up in your head but because We experienced very strongly in her body in relation to Emotional landscaping so even just reflecting on that aspect and seeing whether or not that resonates. You can be one way to have a flu. are there pieces of this. That are related. My temperament related to my wiring related to kind of how i am. The world that i think can be useful. I think it's so important to bring that component into because it's something that not very many people would think of especially when you think about the most common paradigm of if you have got symptoms. Here's an elimination diet right. Like that is pretty much the leading paradigm especially in the functional medicine world. To you've got got stuff you gotta cut out all these potentially inflammatory fruits right but nobody emphasizes the potentially. They're just like this is it. You gotta go but this is also. What really frustrates me about the diagnosis of ibs itself. Is that. It doesn't actually tell me anything except for the fact that the doctor now has validated. That you're having these symptoms right and this is what is really hard getting a diagnosis of ibs as a clinician. Who's working with someone right because it's like okay. Well so i know your doctor has validated. That you have got symptoms right. But i don't even with that. Like i can assume what symptoms you might have with the most common ones right. But that doesn't tell me anything about where these symptoms are coming from. If you get a thyroid diagnosis. We know it's coming from the fire. You don't know if there's something else going on or what's contributing to that but we at least know there's one system that's going wrong with the gi system ibs. We know there's some component of this that's manifesting in gi symptoms. But we don't know where it's coming from. Is it from this experience. Is your relationship with food. Is it some other kind of multitude of factors that are going on and so it's understandable. Why people are so frustrated when they try and do these elimination protocols. They're like okay number. One died for ibs fahd maps. Let me do that for. Who can't see. Marcy was just like no no and not. The max is sometimes for people but this sort of way in which it's become automated is like highly highly brain especially because most doctors don't tell their patients that you're not supposed to be on a low fat map diet forever because it can lead to a lot of worsening.
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"Between individuals tend to struggle with mental health stuff like anxiety depression worse ability to eat in this worse and also tend to have these gi symptoms. That seem to just not get better. There's this ven diagram between these two and in that shared space. Was this common red. Which need temperament and anxiety depression where folks tend to just have a system in particular might experience agency the a lot more with some more anxious perfectionist stick kind of brigid. Rigid tights I have all the compassion non judgments i also have my he andres that's the direction that might temperament needs as well. Is that Those of you. Who might have your handwriting. Is that our system. Tends to be much more up regulated. And so the way that i people is if you have stressed out system you lightly haven't stressed out because we know that nervous system runs between our head brain and our gut bring that there's your unification pathways and so there is no way that we can separate our mental health from our gut health and and now there's this whole other layer That i'll just mention briefly. And that is that we know folks who have a history of manipulating their intake maybe using eating disorder behaviors or being on really restrictive diets. Is that that does alter the that microbiome and whether research is beginning to get much more clear on isn't those changes gut microbiome have a number of effects including dated and problematic persistent gut health symptoms like similar to the ones that i need. So you get yourself in a little bit of this cycle and that you know if you're having these challenges and you try to go on an elimination diet kind of been on every diet in the world in an attempt manager sometimes you can't also current setting yourself up to have some persistent symptoms By altering that gra rebound from. It's kind of more more ideal state. And it's interesting. Because dan and i are both creatively trained. And that's our background. And so a lot of times. I leased for me. I'm not gonna speak for dana but for me. I used to work for functional doctor's office. And so a lotta times. I would see people doing elimination diets and then because they had gi issues and they had all the all these different stuff and they would feel temporarily better. But then when i was trying to reintroduce kind of expand their diet. That's when i would run into these stopgaps where i started realizing. Oh wow you know what. Why aren't they willing to open up and eat. More food is not the whole point of this is to expand and eat more and be able to have a broader diet and so that was kind of interesting to me. So i think i saw it kind of from the back end. And that's what led me into kind of thinking about well. How is these types of protocols in these types of things impacting people's mental health. Like what threat every pulling and then you see that ven diagram. Oh yeah all of those clients that i had are anxious taipei people who love good food list who just literally would walk into my office and say tell me what i can eat or not. Eat to feel better and i understand their desperation. I was once that person with an undiagnosed chronic health condition. So can you explain a little bit more about how anxious types or how those depressive types can have that happen sure made best in And again chime in and because it's interesting to think about how we take some of these fairly complicated anatomical busy logical processes and and how it makes sense in a way that is meaningful to you. Know the average person who doesn't necessarily want to speak out on science new do But our one our bodies your incredible and we have these education pathways be our nervous system and so we knew that. There's this nervous system. That is connected. Connecting kind of our lakers that are head brain and our up brain so we have these two different nervous system pathways that they're in communication with one another and one of the most important nerves that you know about that too silicate this bidirectional communication is called the vagus nerve and vegas. Sner has a lot of important functions as it relates particularly to digestion. And one of the things. That's really interesting about the vegas nerve. Is that the majority. Not all of it that the majority of communication pathway goes from to bring as coons to brain to got and one of the things. That is really interesting about that is. That's where we pick up a lot of our information about our emotional landscape so we think about our harvest system is communicating sensory information right through our eyes or picking up visual information from the world around us to our ears. We get that through. You know touch through our fingers and our toes and similarly our nervous system particularly located in our guy is picking up information from our internal lansky and can you the information to our head green. And so we savings like oh. I have a gut feeling or sort of my intuition. If that's all related to what's happening in our gut. So many how emotional information that getting communicated up towards the head. One of the things. That i find really interesting is that researchers have some hypotheses but aren't entirely clear in terms of what happens in the case of state irritable bowel syndrome. Which is a really great example of sort of collection of symptoms. That don't seem to have a real real clear 'cause or necessarily like one single treatment sealy active needs That fund street were we have to get rid of luton whereas with ibs. That's not a piece but there is some hypotheses that What happens in folks with ibs. Is that from the gut to the head. The guy is deciding to communicate way too much information. So there's all this happening in our gut and the guts like. Oh that's nothing. I don't need to tell the brain about that. Oh that little gas moving through. Tell the brain about that. But invokes that i've es it's like it over communicator. And then then what happens in the head brain is that you have this part of the brain. That's sensing whether or not the information coming from the gut is is needed or not needed and not part of the brain is also an overdrive so not only is there. An overabundance of communication happening from the gut into the head but in addition or not ahead is like oh. This is really important warning warning mornings. Your system is like pretty overloaded and so this is exactly why we have to work. Not just aren't thinking. About what foods do you eat or not many. But what is your experience of eating like. And how do we develop a little bit more with what is sometimes like a painful overloaded information. And there's no diet that's gonna fix that that's going to be working on trying to help down regulate your nervous system and help your nervous system to be a little bit more settled and a little bit more settled. While you're eating again. That vegas nerve does seem play help your diaphragm to be able to relax helped the pressure in your stomach to be able to drop down to make room for who like to be able to cue to the rest of the by that like digestive enzymes shooting secreted but if it's managing modes emergent anxiety. It's gonna be.
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"Early voting. I'm like i'm somebody like maryland. I'm sorry we're what state are you in again. Mellon maryland but reverently from new york so so when they switched to early voting. That one was amazing. Because it's literally like ten days and you can vote basically you will put in your zip code and vote where you can so that way. It's like if you can't get because some places do not like give you a two hour window to go on election day to vote nov. Don't so that'd be like by the time i get off work. Especially they work a sixteen hour day. They can't vote in this sops. But for early voting. It's like damn. I can go on my day off because also the polls are open on the weekend so that because of mail in voting you can just drop it off at one of the boxes may voting so much easier but a lot of republicans still went on election day so i was like all damn while. These votes counted. 'cause you just made it so much easier absolutely. It'll be like yeah. Let's switch to mail in voting for everybody. Because yeah because before when you know. They talk about absentee ballots. I found out. Because i feel like oh my god. It's like provisional you know. Absentee ballots are great because a lot of people who are in the military. They do that because depending on where the deployed and where they're stationed may not be their home state for servers. Who were crazy hours shifts. You never know what they were doing today. you like. I'm just going to get my absentee ballot. And then i found out. I think it was doing the george. The two thousand election. That was my first one. I did not even realize this but they only count. Absentee ballots is. Something's wrong so all of the people that are in the military fair votes weren't counted while they would sit in warehouses. They wouldn't count them while they might have. A lot of people didn't know that they're like oh and it's like you know absentee ballot and it was like. Yeah they only count it is. Something's wrong like florida because they were like you know we do this. We'll have to count the absentee ballots. And i think al gore was like that's way too much work. It's fine if not fine by the way but it was just like the m you florida So it is what it is so far game. Yes like it will be like so we're not going to do this. We are. They moved out the all star games. We're not having georgia. We're gonna move somewhere else and people like. Oh my gosh cell. There is a baseball team in atlanta called the atlanta braves. Yes as we know our very own. No real housewives of atlanta out album. Somebody's daughter was dating someone on that team. You show. I'm very familiar with that team. Think shelter bravo. The atlanta braves decided to speak out. And say this is a terrible idea because it will cost us money. This event would have directly impacted our our county and the state as visitors spend their dollars on local accommodations transportation entertainment and recreation food and retail throughout the county. This would have been a big boost to cobb businesses cobb county and help recovery after the covid nineteen pandemic thought.
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"It is anybody who's friends with him or knows him like. Yeah so you might want not wanna. Dm him because well look at this is like he puts out is this like i think was christian grey snow had jammed with john and he put him right on his social media. And i'm like so. I'm no lawyer but ma'am so now that they've added like facebook and instagram. To be admissible in court. I think right shut up. Now's listens to just saying whatever the name used to be that way it's like now it's like that should is admissible in court or you know what if you bad you. Bad so on vast. Initially i was going to mind my whole entire business. Go all the way and in my my business however how air When i read the lines saying that we have crazier things to each. However i knew i was truly in the circus. What are you doing. What were you doing you. You were talking crazier. Let's see those messages. That was interesting. That was when i knew. I knew i could walk away from this peacefully with my hands clean because it turns out y'all have been biting have back and forth to clowns in the circus china out cloud each other for years. You know what. Let me walk away. Yeah let me walk away now. This is already wild when Trump had called the nfl sob's and he can't end rappaport came from you. Know the stoop to come and tell us man fuck trump and how dare you tell people what to do in this. Very calling people assholes. I'm like but the one who said that colin was wrong for his protests. Stand the fuck up for the flag because we were given repertoire. So you know. He was on the team of cabinet bed not neil. He should stay in the fuck up. So i'm not giving him any cookies. I'm not giving up. Not even half of being a finger for fox. I can't. I'm like i'm sorry. Did you all miss. 'cause i didn't because that's what happens. We like problematic white people slide up in your cookout alabama. Let them come there. But we're going to give him the plate where the greens is touching. Got you soggy cornbread. No based on pack adult to go play letting people like this who really want to be a culture for your culture and was still shit on you and not even have any sort of like nuance or even actually go. Hey i that a lot of actually have black friends. not the. I had no black people. Excuse me every. Save your tupperware people. It's up aware gave him mac and cheese. Y'all know what the fuck. I'm talking about that. Mega cheese so So i would have been able to walk away from listening. Leave it alone but looking at it as context even if you know this is how they even if they go back and forth as you. Michael rapaport white caucasian male puts puts out a mestre. Is that even alludes to you. Know there's issue at the white person or let's say let's remember. Let's say you know you think you wanna squad up man of new in going to meet him on the corner of west seventeenth but you get scared and called the cops all you through. I feel what to do. They're gonna take kevin durant down and just might be a hashtag arrange of thing 'cause like all of a sudden like daylight look we were in denver for our lives because it's kevin durant like So really like i. I would have been able to like really walk away from all the government on mike. Ra so like if you said you wanted nothing legitimate. This just like deleted the messages or like blocks. Whatever and mike stop communication like this back and forth that you were engaging he's like oh he's like you..
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