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White House Says Safety of Journalists Is 'Paramount' After Gaza Building Bombed
"Of a high rise building in Gaza City prompted a tweet from press secretary Jen Psaki, she said, We have communicated directly to the Israelis that ensuring the safety and security of journalists and independent media is a paramount responsibility. Israel maintains the building that housed media offices also contained Hamas military assets. Fox's Amy Kellogg is in the West Bank, where unrest is erupting there. There has been the burning of tires, Molotov cocktails, stun grenades, tear gas. It's just kind of a toxic mix going on behind me. This is something new in terms of the level of tension in this area, because a week ago was just clashes around east Jerusalem and then on Monday, Of course, the hostility started on the side of Hamas and the Gaza Strip, firing all those rockets in to Israel. And now we've had uprisings beginning since yesterday. Day in the West Bank. Ah US envoy is in the region for de escalation Talks.
The Effects of Plant Based 'Meat' on Puberty
"Just looking at the nutrition facts in florida regular burger versus beyond me the impossible burger. You wouldn't necessarily be able to predict the health consequences without further studies but we've had plant based meat alternatives for over a century. Wouldn't wanna canna good eaten pro does it is. After all the modern vegetable meat patent filed by dr john harvey kellogg in eighteen denied of course Products such as tofu in tampa existed in asia for centuries but i think of those as separate foods in their own right as opposed to products intentionally designed to mimic the taste and texture of meat with such a rich history hearkening back to the days of past the protein. Ah you'd think there'd be some studies of consumers and indeed there are for example girls who meet may start their periods six months earlier than girls. Who don't is it just. Because they're eating. Lots of protein and fat evidently not because girls who instead are eating meat analogues like veggie burgers veggie dogs or able to delay menstruation by nine months. of course. it's hard to tease out. How much of that is just from avoiding the meat But compared with girls who eat me just a few times a week those wait meet a few times. A day has significantly early age a first menstruation which also may help provide an explanation for why childhood meat consumption is linked to breast cancer later in life since the earlier. You start your period. The higher your lifetime risk
U.S. targets Iranian-backed militias in Syria with airstrikes
"That state TV their claim is killed 17 people the U. S struck targets associated with Iranian backed militias in Syria along the border with Iraq. This all is retaliation for an attack earlier this month that killed a contractor working for the United States in northern Iraq and injured service personnel. That's Amy Kellogg America's listening
Customers Go Nuts Over Grape Nuts Shortage
"February sixteenth throughout the pandemic we've been discussing shortages ranging from toilet paper to patio heaters. But here's one that's oddly specific grape nuts. That's right the post brand cereal equivalent of tom. Brady in other words. You either love it or you hate it. His missing from many grocery store shelves despite their name grape made from either grapes nor nuts instead. They're hard little balls of malted barley flour whole grain wheat flour salt and dried. Yeast tastes like a mouth full of gravel. That is according to one wall street journal report but whether you eat them with milk or sprinkled over ice or yogurt these tough little nuggets have softened enough to keep the brand going for more than one hundred years but like so many products during the pandemic a combination of supply chain and manufacturing issues have made them tough to come by. Since late last year they're manufactured using proprietary process. That is tough to replicate. The company said in a statement. Usa today and what happens when bran loyalists get wind of a shortage. You know what happens. They start hoarding. Grape nuts fans took to social media and read it to bemoan the loss of their favourite breakfast food and there's even a secondary grape nuts market. You can find boxes on ebay for prices ranging between fifteen and two hundred bucks a piece. It's sister product rape nuts. Flakes is a little easier to find but still facing shortages in some areas post said in a facebook comment that it made changes to its production lineup to ensure that cereals in highest demand were being manufactured i so for those seeking alternatives with sky. High boost of fiber grape nuts provides. The pickings are slim but kellogg's has some options for you. All brand buds are a good alternative. Even though judges in one tampa bay tribune taste test said they looked like quote rabbit pellets Last month kelloggs also introduced a revamped version of its raisin bran cereal with toasted oats added for more fiber in the uk. The company's all brand probiotic odi clusters are marketed as an aide to gut health just before the pandemic the outlook for cereal sales with soft but being cooped
Why You Need a Signature Scent and How to Find One
"So. I used to wear this perfume knows wearing. I wore it for years. But then i i kind of stopped wearing. I don't know it didn't feel as me. so is it possible to like change. Your signature scent. Is that an absolutely. Yeah for sure we all kind of grow into you. Know what we appreciate more as our paced matures. Let's just say it that way. I think i think we all were like bubble gum lip gloss stuff white. Had you know and all of our sense tend to be more sweet or Fruity and those kind of things and we just kind of grow up in. so yes. you're your even your censh- taste can definitely change over time So it's totally normal to have you know maybe a signature scent when you were younger and then you maybe find something new. I have you know so many people that. Tell me that all the time. They're don't always wear this. But i found something new and this is it and so that's cool. It's neat to be able to transform yourself in that way i mean i. I don't really know a lot of people who i think. When i was growing up in the movies you would see all of these sort of boudoir and people would have like so many different perfume. Bottles reality. People don't really mix up their sense like they would. Let's say a lipstick shade. yeah. I think that it's wants people kind of know what they like. Most people tend to stick with it. Some people might have two or three different things on the counter. And that's a good thing. You're on your bathroom counter to have something that's a little bit sweeter for maybe daytime something. That's a little bit. You know a little bit deeper for like inter Even definitely switch it up with the seasons or whether you're out for the day or out in the evening That's okay. But i think having one that is continuous goto that you kind of fall back to is is always a good idea. Well i have. I'm so glad you today. Because i feel like prior just around like last february aroma. Valentine's name like. Oh i need to find a new sent. You know i feel like. I was going khloe phase at that time and i. I don't know i i really like it but i don't know if that's what i was going to stay married to. And then covert hits and not only do it hits but i got it and i lost my sense of smell. I'll be honest for the past. Year i've been wearing anything It comes to trying to find a signature set. Like if you don't have one. Where do you even begin. I think you begin with just things that you already know and are familiar with and what you're what you gravitate towards so most references are gonna fall into one of four categories. It's going to be woody. it's gonna be floral. It's going to be fresh or it's going to be orientale and so once you have an idea of what each of those are what they smell like. It's a lot easier to then find a signature scent that because you know. I liked something for example. That's fresh those are your kind of citrusy those things it's kind of like fresh cut grass the the clean water smell those. Those sites have smells that once. You know that that's what you'd like when you are reading about perfumes and they say they have you know notes of of citrus than you know that something you gravitate towards and give it a try that way so there are ways to figure out your signature scent even if you're like shopping online like we're all doing right now because we're you know can't go out of the house budget and so we're shopping online and i get it but there are still ways if you read the description of a properly studied the notes that are there you can decorate figure out at least get close to something that you know will be you know more your style. I feel like we just went through is three said. I'm like a bright citrusy which was What was the category for. That look shot fresh go or the other categories starting with equity like. Give us some ideas of woody. So what is going to be your more Kind of deep pachulia okay. musk's those type of sense are going to be a little bit more. Are you gonna be your in your woody category Floral is going to be your typical florals. You've got a half The any kind of rose and he kind of lavender All those that those kind of bright florals that you're used to That are very common in a lot of of of female perfumes. And then oriental. We don't feel quite as much. It's a little bit warm kind of spicier. A lot of men's colognes tend to have bass notes that are that oriental women's if they have those base notes they usually top it with something a little bit floral to balance it okay. So a lot of times you can play with more than one of those categories with. That's why i always tell people figure out you know kind of lied about those or categories figure out things that fall into those categories that kind of sparked your interest and look from there. I find what. I'm seeing a lot in in the marketplace or what i was seeing. Was that a lot of these sense that would be typically more masculine. Women are now starting to wear right. Like the lualaba son tall which to me is seems to be almost a very masculine. Send out. I know a lot of women. Women who are beautifully Yeah i am a big believer in the we. Don't call our sent feminine or masculine I believe that you know anybody can wear any sense with like especially because since change a little bit with your own body chemistry so you can put it on gonna smell a little bit different on everybody. I've worn colognes. You know quote unquote what they've labeled as cologne most of my life. I love a good unisex sense. And i really tried to educate people that unisex a real thing you know you remember. Do you remember. Ck one or you too young. now remember it. I mean. I actually just as saying right now. I can smell it one to me. Always this is so weird when you first open. A box of kellogg's frosted flakes the the first initial smell. And it's not like a sugar smell. Cq on a yeah. I shit you not. I mean not. Anyways there's something in it. Has that sort of ck one sentence but that's the thing that came out now and a lot of people were like. Well it's for both guys and girls so guys didn't want to wear because they thought it was too early and girls didn't wanna wear it. 'cause i thought it was gone and then people started to realize that you know not everybody but most people are trying to attract the opposite sex wearing something that both sexes would like anyway so it it become more popular thankfully and i agree that you know sense smells so different different people you know even between the same girlfriends can all wear go out for not wearing khloe and it's gonna smell slightly different on every single one of us. You're fairmont's your body chemistry the oils on your skin already all about gonna play into it. Do what it actually smells like. Put the same exact fragrance on somebody. It can smell very fresh and bright on one person in berry suite on another person and that's just the way it happens with with a lot of things so you have to find. That's why we say your signature sent you find one that works with you that you liked within also
A Girl Scout calls out child-labor link in Girl Scout cookies
"As 500 shelters open up. Girl Scout cookies are made with Palm oil and reports indicate the oil is being traced back to child labor and Indonesia and Malaysia. This you'll see to press reports. The mass production of palm oil is also tied to products distributed by companies like Nestle, Pepsico and Kellogg's. This was discovered by 14 year old Olivia Chaffin, a girl scout from Tennessee, who was investigating how the cookies were actually made. Since then, she has sent multiple letters to the Girl Scouts of the USA and the director of a company that certifies ethical production of Palm oil.
The COVID-19 Vaccine: Will You Get It?
"Welcome everybody to say what needs saying. I'm zac non brandon and today for this particular conversation were focusing on the vaccine covid. Nineteen finally has a vaccine. That by next week's time should be distributed to what is one hundred million americans before even go into that we must establish the base for what is and what is described as a vaccine. This'll be a substance that helps protect against certain diseases particularly this one covid nineteen vaccines contain a dead or weaken version of a micro. And it helps you a new system recognized and destroying the living microbe during future infection with infection being the actual covid virus. Now with that being said there are considerable side effects. That have been mentioned in the news. some bit more exaggerated than others Some random occurrences have happened in people. Have i guess. Almost use the causation. Cause algae notion like some people go around saying you can get bell's palsy from it though it can just be the population who got it this far but that will all be discussed. I'm sure throughout this conversation. Now i must throw. It's zach and ask you for covid. Nineteen vaccine trump was renamed the trump vaccine whether there's fifteen hundred dollars behind it or not for you to take it as an american zach. Will you be taking this vaccine I wanted to before i do that. I wanted to tell Let everyone that's listening. That isn't already aware Everyone what you are exactly just so that they understand like obviously we're not pretending to be experts. Understand everything on this. But in this particular instance you do have a bit of credibility given that you're in the medical community right like at least on some level. What do you do for anyone who's listening. That doesn't actually know what you do. Oh i'm a cervical neurophysiologist What that boils down to is when surgeons neurosurgeons do specific spine or anything around the nervous area type surgeries my job to make sure that during while they do the physical aspect i look at their nervous structure the eeg aspect of saw brain and just how their muscles are corresponding so say for instance. The surgeon is working within the spinal cord. He may hit a nerve or maven damage. Attract in my job. What i'm able to do a see in regards to what he's doing what muscles he may be damaging and i relate that information create that back and forth communication to make sure whatever he's doing is into detrimental to the patients nervous system. What happens is i stimulate some areas on their wrists and ankles recorded from the brain set the baseline anything that deviates from that. We alert the surgeon. Yeah and that happens with anyone so this code patients as well then we have to increase the level of precautions because they even tell extra precaution when they're drilling and the bone the bone fragments are going into the air. You have to wear Glasses you even have to wear the masks especially change clothes change garments all. That stuff's interesting. Yeah so yeah so with say. Witnessing we've pretty consistently want to make clear that we're not legal. Experts were not you know. Experts on Political experts in things. But at least in this case random has a little bit of experience in the medical field. And i have a little bit of experience in neuroscience As does brand. And so hopefully we can bring that perspective in hear other people's on i to answer your question. Am i taking it. hi. I'm still not sure if i'll be forced to take it for my job. My lab is in the kellogg. I center at michigan on. And there are patients there. And so we're not obviously. We aren't dealing with patients ourselves. Or at least i'm not but since they're in the building i wouldn't. I wouldn't be surprised if there was something forcing me to do it with that. If that happens i mean i'll do it. I'll listen. I'll take the vaccine them. You know i'm not gonna fight it. In that case if i'm not mandated to i haven't fully decided if i will immediately I may wait a little bit. But that being said we're already getting some info from the uk and other places. And so i. I mean time will tell when it's available but i think as it stands. I wouldn't take it tomorrow unless my job depended on it. That's not to say i'm doubting it but again just like you know the the initial xbox the initial five years ago out you know do whatever needs to do work out any bugs. In come see me. Back granted it might be mandated just like any old flu shot for us but in greenwich it. We'll definitely
Dow falls, but tech stocks rise into earnings
"It's a real mix bag it looks like stocks have become the day mixed a string of strong earnings from big names like Comcast, Kellogg's Kraft, Heinz and Duncan and some better than forecast economic data, offsetting worries about the Corona virus Minutes into the trading day, the Dow is down another 116 points. That would be the fourth day in a row. The NASDAQ is up 60, the S and P. 500 ahead by three. Now jump in consumer spending pushed the economy to grow at a pace of more than 33% during the summers, third quarter. That's the biggest quarterly increase on record. There was also good news in jobs, with fewer Americans filing for unemployment claims for the first time last week. But number tech stocks are higher Earnings from Amazon, Apple alphabet, Facebook and Twitter, all coming after the close today, we should see
Interview With Carla Hassan
"Welcome Carla to the CMO podcast and congratulations the new city CMO. So happy to have you on his, you're just promote it and you were promoted about the time city named its first woman CEO. Jane Fraser did you to celebrate in any interesting or unusual way during Cova? We didn't well, we we We did celebrate over over a phone call. I am a huge fan of Jane's ever since I met her a couple of years ago. I just and I'm so thrilled for her I really really enthralled for her and I'm I'm honored to be working for her and alongside her and. And Look I think. This is just one of those times when you just really proud to to work at the company that you work at bright because the the the. The fact that we are putting our values to action by you know by by appointing Jane the CEO of the company is just such a huge huge nod to the wonderful leader that she is the greatest compliments that she's had and then also values we have as a company around diversity inclusion. I couldn't be more thrilled. I. Couldn't be more thrilled. We're going to get into that later but did you do any celebration with your family or friends? Yeah. Well, you know it's funny I actually. Back to your first question about whether I celebrated with Jane. So my announcement came out a believe it was on publicly on Wednesday and then hers was on Thursday and I wanted to email her and say, you couldn't give me twenty four hours to like celebrating. I. I thought that would be the right thing to do. But anyway she would have she would have gotten a kick out of if I'd actually said that you know we did celebrate at home we have a thirteen year old and I think for her it was a moment of pride in fact, I'll tell you. The week before that, we were driving in the car I was with her and I? And I saw the note that came out the president that came out to to the company about promotion and I. I kind of choked up a little bit and I handed her the phone. She said, Mama. What's wrong and I said nothing's wrong north and sometimes you know your life you know things happen in your life in a good way after you've worked so hard and I had her the phone and she read it and she said she just kind of looked at me. She said, you know Mama I am really proud of you and that was. Honestly, enough celebration for I mean. Obviously, we've got another marketer in the household who was also a very, very happy for me. So we just kind of had it real a quiet. Celebration at home. Sweet story what what? What was it about the letter that moved you? You know I think we all worked so hard right I mean we all just worked so hard and some days we we slug it out and leadership is hard and marketing his hard and. You know I've. I've had ups and downs my career I mean I started off at Kellogg's it at Pepsico and I took very traditional consumer packaged goods, marketing routes, and I kinda knew really where I was headed and then I decided to the one time in my life that I actually made a took a risk in my career. It was such a public failure right and so for me it. Took a long time for me to get when you went to toys R. us. That's when I went to are. Yeah and you know I would not change it for the world. It has opened up so many doors for me and it has taught me so much about the kind of leader I want to be the kind of team I want to be around and the kind of. The way I want to I, want to sort of lead teams in and Dr Visions but. Say was hard right I. Mean it was hard and you know in in the at the risk of being vulnerable, that was not a not a not an easy time for me personally for my daughter to see that and for my my parents who live in Lebanon to see that you know for me it was it just it wasn't a fun moment in my life, and so I've worked really hard to kind of come back from that and so I think it wasn't necessarily the. The words, per se but it really was kind of the moment for me. That was just like all right. You know what a few years after that happened. I worked hard and you know and here I am and so I think that that's more what it was from than than than specific words. Yeah. We're in a very big role now internally externally but that decision of Toys R. US to me is one of the more interesting decisions you made in your life so I wanna come back to that. The podcast. So I've got a lot to say about that. Super before we get too much further into this, this podcast is a first. You're the second member of your family to be interviewed by me. We released their husband Tareq podcast in July. Of course is a CMO at PETCO and our viewers or listeners can hear this but you have a beautiful dog taking a nap behind you on this new. So it's a dog starts to make some noise just bring him in. No, forgive me if he does I, guess. So, did you listen to your husband's podcast? I did I thought he did a really nice job. You know it's funny Jim. I. Don't know if you well, you did you did have conversation about this. You know we tend not. We have in our entire career tended not to talk about. The fact that we're married and in fact, I would tell you that there are so many people in. That will will hear me you mentioned my husband's name not saying who he is and and will will say wait a minute what that Tareq is your husband hold on a second. So we been pretty deliberate about. You know not. Not, sort of mean public about it but I do you know we follow each other? We do. We do love to hear what each other stay and and so I thought that was actually a really thought. He did a really nice
The Walmart Haul
"First Up, we have a lot of warm products which hopefully remained warm. Before we try them first up. We have Kellogg's brand new waffles in fun flavors. I have to say, I was like freaking out we have two flavors to try today but there was a third flavor we didn't get that was super cute. The flavors were trying our Unicorn which tastes like cotton candy and birthday cake, which is yellow cake with rainbow. Sprinkles. These are not only available at Walmart. They're also at target Safeway and more and what I noticed about these is that they're very large large like the size of rigging frozen waffles do smell amazing they really do. And I, also GONNA say usually frozen waffles tastes the same I have high hopes for these I think these are gonna be different. What are you trying I? What's the Yellow One? Is What the Unicorn? Birthday. Look it looks like a birthday. Okay. Let's go birthday cake. Okay. That tastes like a birthday cake. These are really moist. They taste like cake. That's really good and the stats are really not bad hundred and thirty calories per waffle two and a half grams of fat five smart points. But I want to say one thing like these are not I feel like in the past like four or five weeks, we've tried a lot of frozen waffles. And they're all the same even the ones who trader Joe's that are Pumpkin flavored. There's something about this waffle. That's a little special do agree. Yeah. Definitely, and I was just noticing that you don't need butter or Maple Syrup on that. I mean this is just fine by itself. You know I totally grandma try the Unicorn cotton catches interesting because they have such perfectly deep wells. What do you call those nooks and crannies? what do you call in English mapping it is. Yeah. Waffle House. Yeah. They're really Nice deep-sea coach and a lot of Sierra remade ours pacman. Oh cute wait. What are the little dots in this one? Sheri's berries I think right and cotton candy. I like the birthday cake more. Yes, that's amazing. These are amazing. Kellogg's makes eggo right. But these are not under the eggo brand I. Don't think are they know? They're not. So you don't have to leg that is really interesting for her. Nope you don't have to go your Lego Mike. Okay next we are trying this is a product that I find very exciting and unique foster farms. The chicken people they have a new product called bold bites. They're marketed as kids bowl by. So they're like you get these in the fridge section and they're small individually wrapped packs like pouches of chicken and they come in flavors we have Taco and pizza today and what I really love about these portion controlled. It's sort of like saying, Hey, kids you can snack on chicken like like from being I would just dump this pouch. It tastes good into super on top of a salad it's fifty calories worth-a-chicken. Looks Amazing what are we trying? Why did you get all the fun flavors like Taco, Pizza, I can't open. which WANNA restarting with them pastor, which can open pizza Jamie can open I. Don't have the strength. s these high in sodium. No. Not really right. Three clear to read the sodium for those of us who don't have our reading. It's three fifty, which is not terribly. No this is good. I would not say tastes like pizza but I would put this on a pizza at fifty calories worth. Let's see. We got spicy lally trion. That's good but I feel like it's a stretch to call at pizza. Wait I a little bit of like Italian seasoning. Okay. Yeah. No I like it I like the concept I like creative. Let's try the TACO. Just I'm impressed and it tastes like white meat chicken breast doesn't taste like unidentifiable parts of a chicken. TACO measure making tacos. That is excellent first of all. This is what I would do. I would take those new cauliflower Ortega Taco shells that they sent us same thing and I would just like loaded up and make a chicken Taco out of this. Don't goods while he? Put it over, put it over cauliflower rice and then scuba salsa. These? This is great. This particular flavor. Terrific I don't WanNa give any preliminary ratings but it will rate. Hi.
Kraft Under Fire for Sexualizing Mac n Cheese
"When you think of macaroni and cheese what comes to mind comfort food and easy cheap meal for you your kids or your broke college student or something more risque. Wait if I confused you just now clearly, you miss the drama that happened earlier this month for kraft, Heinz the maker of the number one boxed Mac and cheese in America wound up embroiled in controversy over an ad campaign that most definitely attracted attention to celebrate National Noodle Day October six. In case you missed it on your calendar Somehow Kraft Heinz launched a playful campaign suggesting people send nudes that is noodles to friends and family. The double meaning of course was intentional sending nudes could mean sending nude photos in some of their ads, pictures of a box of Mac and cheese were deliberately out of focus as if the company was hiding something you know. And video featured former Saturday night live actor Vanessa Bayer. Trying to make the distinction between noodles and nudes. It's been pulled from crafts social channels, which I'll get to in a minute but take a listen clear not advocating you send nudes to anyone I'm talking about news not news I want there to be no confusion do not send nudes definitely send news even as it sent social media into a tizzy the campaign was a hit twenty thousand comfort loving tweeter took the brand up on its offer to mail free boxes of the cheesy stuff to loved ones. But unless you subscribe to the theory that all publicity is good publicity, the backlash created a craft crisis parents tore into the multibillion dollar brand on instagram. They said sexualizing macaroni was inappropriate for kids and accused craft of inciting children to send nude pictures. Many angry viewers threatened to ban kraft MAC and cheese from their pantries and turn instead to rivals like Annie's Mac and cheese owned by General Mills, some threatened to boycott. All craft products and some critics went even further according to buzzfeed Cunanan supporters got into the act. buzzfeed describes Cunanan as a collective delusion believers in what has also been called a right wing conspiracy theory subscribed to a number of different baseless notions including that something called the deep state promotes child sex trafficking buzzfeed reported that some Cunanan believers accused craft hines of using it's Mac and cheese nudes campaign for just this purpose. In the end, the company pulled its campaign in a statement brand officials stated, blandly, we sincerely appreciate and hear all of your feedback. As it happened, the news promotion was intended to end only a few days after it began anyway, whether craft considers its campaign, a win or a loss is hard to tell at the moment but consider this not only did craft managed to. Give away thousands of boxes of noodles but the controversy generated thousands of mentions on social media and in the press also keep in mind that making processed foods. Sexy is not a new idea for kraft. Heinz back in February of Twenty nineteen long before our world was upended, the company ran an actual ad on a porn site likening Mac and cheese attraction to addiction to. Well something else entirely that adds steely promoted devour a kraft Heinz frozen food line. That made headlines and sales. It's a big deal for consumer packaged foods players like Kraft Heinz Kellogg in Unilever Comfort food sales have fattened up during the pandemic now officials from Kraft Heinz, and Kellogg promised market very aggressively during the second half of this year to keep momentum up according to industry publication marketing dive given the ferocious rivalry between giant packaged food companies. There's really only one conclusion to draw about a brand that doesn't just go to the edge of tasteful nece but jumps right over it. Even today's cancel culture craft Heinz knows. Exactly. What it's doing.
How to Build Your VCP on Zoom
"I'm Priscilla rice and I'm coming to see you from Live Oak recording studio in Berkeley, California, and I'm joined on the phone today by the founder and the chief Visionary officer of being eye doctor Ivan misner. Hello, Ivan, How are you? And where are you? I love going back to the how are you and where are you personally? Thank you so much. And as I mentioned in last week's podcast, we're going back to it because you know, I am dead. Traveling. Yeah, it's virtual but I am traveling all over the world. And so we thought we would incorporate it back in by at least mentioning one of the places that I am Live this week. I am live in the United Kingdom for a large Regional event. I've done a lot of recorded visits around the world, but I'm doing a live event in the UK. So we have an interesting topic today out of build your vcp on zoom. And those of you who don't know V C P stands for visibility credibility profitability and we have someone as a guest who is now the reigning Champion for the number of guests visits on being a podcast. This is her eight visits is Tiffany Kellogg and Tiffany entered the entrepreneurial World in two thousand and three. She's enjoyed being able to help her class make money save time have fun. She spends her time traveling across the globe before covid-19 housings of entrepreneurs. Now, she probably does it virtually like I do and whether sharing her expertise wage, Southern Accent on referral marketing networking maximizing your time Tiffany will knock your socks off in with any audience with their fun and entertaining presentations. Now you have a you understand the Sox branding thing that happenes got go to episode number 489 about her colorful socks, you know, he was amazing socks and was funny about that is if you looked at my song it's all black all my socks. So she's very colorful. She's the author of several books and we have her back here today to talk about vcp. Welcome back Tiffany. Thank you so much I have and I'm supposed to be here. You're going to talk about three things how to be seen what to say what not to do. If we have time. We got a bonus round. So talk to us about that and how it fits in vcp job interesting thing where we've switched to Zim and we've been here six months or so now and I think we have to keep in mind that being on camera is now replacing us being in the meeting. So we want to make sure the game Doing everything we can to be moving up the referral confidence curve and down the referral confidence come out. And so the first thing to me is how do you want to be seen and when we only have a short time for a weekly presentation or our featured presentation just a couple of times a year. We want to make sure that we are using the most of the space that we have. So many people are watching the zoom meeting with you on gallery. So you're only a couple inches high. So you really want to think about bringing your energy. I think you have to be more energetic on Zoom than you actually do in person wage. Do you think doctor my eyes? Are you finding that? You have to kind of take it up a notch on camera Coney Island Tiffany? Yeah, I think so. And I think if I remember that like gestures and gestures, you tied my hands. I must be Italian somewhere because if you tied my hands you couldn't speak. I think it's really important to make sure that your hands are included in the camera so that you know when you're doing hand gestures Which means you need to tighten it up. You need to bring your hands in a little closer to show that excitement and to show you know, that visually show that you're you're making a point in that sense. Yes, and then I know we're all in like different with our camera is at so for me. I'm like, I would never talk in public with my hands up by my head, but you do want to have people see that girl. I think you want when you're being seen you want to thank can I use props either something visual that we can use. Yes great suggestion. Yeah, and then we also have the virtue backdrops versus the regular background. I think that your goal is you want to be professional dress professional with a professional background whether that's virtual that works for you or I have a zoom Courtney my office. I actually created this about three years ago to where I can easily do zoom and I know it always looks great behind me. Yeah, cuz if you I don't know if you've seen anybody I I've been with the dog. 30 piles of stuff in the background. Yes. It has it's not it's not pretty I don't know what they're thinking that cracks me up though. Have you seen the new jersey and I assume background that's got me standing off on the left. So I see them because people take screenshots and I'm tagged on Facebook page actually being in a photograph when it's just me as a backdrop, which is just cracks me up. That is hysterical. The last thing I want to say about being seen is make sure that you have your name spelled properly first and last name, maybe even your company name labeled with you and the zoom box. I was visiting a chapter and somebody was listed as dads iPhone off. Oh God. Okay. Yeah. That's that's a problem. You don't want the first thing we want to make sure is we want to be seen the second thing. I think it's very important for us is what time To say I think Matt now more than ever we have to make sure we're very concise with our message and we like to use the saying be specific to be terrific. So during your weekly and featured presentation you wanted to ask you definitely want to make sure that you are specific about that ideal referral or the ideal referral source, and I think that when were sharing if you can use success stories, that is so impactful. We like to say stories sell War facts just tell so anytime you can tell us successes that you created for your clients. It's makes it easy for your fellow chapter members to refer you. Can I add one thing to that but we're telling because I think it's really important don't retell a story relive a story The more you can relive life, you know, really think about your experience there and do your best to re limit as you tell that story. It makes for better storytelling
Bring on the snack cake cereal
"Welcome to the Empty Bowl might name is Justin mcelroy and I am a serial enthusiast. My name is Dan Gilbert and I am a serial ethnographer in the sense that I know the cereal culture in the overall breakfast. Zeitgeist well enough to understand the impact of some of the stories we're about to talk about today. that's. So exciting we have so much going on this first news story Dan. I have to tell you. I'm thrilled over here over on this end. I mean it's huge. It's absolutely. Substantial. So. When you write about serial for five years I have inevitably you end up seeing some of the same things again and again, and one of the easiest things to do when you're reading about serial is to tell the world about the weirdly specific cereals that you've always wanted to see on shelves and for me Besides gingerbread toast crunch I think the second most idea of cereal I've ever had would be a little. OATMEAL, cream pies cereal, and now we must wait no more as Kellogg's has partnered with the snack brand to bring oatmeal cream pie cereal two shelves later this year. What's IT GONNA look like? So so from appearance alone, it doesn't necessarily look like the sort of sandwiched cream, an oatmeal cookie. Snack cake that you're familiar with It looks more like a brown oatmeal ring cereal, which is fine. I'm not really in this for appearances so much as the legacy of the snack taking question. You say, what did you say that the cream pie is your favorite little w product It's up there with cosmic Brownie alum that plastic chocolate on a on a cosmic Brownie I used to get star crunches a lot when I was a kid in my lunch bag but I don't like those so I don't know why I felt the need to tell you that but. You know it the for me. I'd say it's a three way tie between the oatmeal Cream Pie the double decker oatmeal cream pies. Distinct feast and the fudge around, which is essentially just a chocolate oatmeal cream by but overall I, think the oatmeal cream pies and amazing snack product. It's probably my go-to whenever I am Matt a gas station stopped long road trip. So I'm very very excited to see it come serial form. Especially, it's going to be a thin line to walk to get that exact flavor because as I, discovered recently. Raisins are in the battle of the bill cream pie. It's sink. Yes. Yes. Yes. Raisins in the OATMEAL cream. Pie. So that's why like you get that like is what gives it its distinct flavor is that there's raisins mixed into into the batter period into the better so. That will be a tricky flavor to to nail. Think I'm really hoping that mine is not the only mind that you've blown with this revelation right here because I did not know that at all I mean. meanwhile, I was just hoping that this is an actual oath based serial rather than some some sort of corn contraption because I think it'd be really an authentic otherwise but. I think my favorite thing about the story overall is how you just know that someone at Kellogg's saw post team up with hostess to drop the sort of twinkies, etcetera cereals, and immediately thought. Get Little Debbie on the horn. We're not going to stand for this sort of force that cooperation to happen. Yeah, it's funny that you mentioned cosmic brownies actually because when the story first broke before, it became official from Kellogg's themselves There was a youtube video of someone reviewing the little debbie cereal or oatmeal cream pies cereal before anyone knew about it and they were also reviewing cosmic Brownie cereal. It was weird because they had the box for Little Debbie oatmeal cream pies cereal but they didn't have any official box art for the cosmic brownies cereal and the stuff really kinda looked like the cocoa puffs Brownie crunch that rerelease not too long ago. So it's very uncertain. The legitimacy of this cosmic Brownie cereal because after the news officially dropped I reached OCTA Kellogg's my contact there and ask them about this and all I could tell me in the Vegas. Possible terms was that a cosmic brownies Syria was not releasing at this time. The seems like a tacit confirmation that cosmic Brownie Syria was at least considered whether it will actually be released or not or if it was scrapped entirely remains uncertain but the point remains that we're entering a brave new world of snack cakes, cereals and I'm all here for it.
Russia Registers Virus Vaccine, Putin's Daughter Given It
"Country with the Corona virus vaccine that has cleared for use, but some scientists aren't so sure. Russian President Vladimir Putin said one of his daughters has already been given the vaccine. The standard three faces of testing haven't been completed. Though Putin says the vaccine went through all the necessary tests to ensure its safe, US scientists have warned rushing to use the vaccine before phase three trials involving thousands of people could backfire. Amy Kellogg has more video. Dmitriev, CEO of the Russian Direct investment fund, asks skeptics to keep an open mind. The scientists understand that knows the credibility of our institute is very strong because it's one of the best institutions a vault on big scenes. And we may not be very strong in some other areas. But Maxine's Russia is strong. Russia says it will keep testing its vaccine but plans to use it from October on people like health care workers and teachers. Studies is
"will kellogg" Discussed on Pressure Points
"He was part of the temperance movement which was kind of like a well, it was a movement through early. Yeah. temporaries movement I. Think it was the land here. I you have was a movement latter eighteen hundreds and into the nineteen hundreds. I. Gained a lot way more support than I could ever imagine nowadays. But basically, when did you say it started the eighteen hundreds? Yeah. Latter half the eighteen hundred. Okay. All right, and through until. It it. Really took off when Gwyneth paltrow gun control of. Eighteen fifty. So he being part of this movement I'm not gonNa tell you what they were all about yet. He believed that minimizing pleasure and stimulation of all kinds coupled with vegetarian diet anchored by bread made from weeked coarsely ground at home was how God intended people to live, and that falling this natural law would keep people healthy goal GBS, bread man. So he invented Graham. Crackers Bland course, not a lot of flavor. Perfect. Exactly, what Graham crackers are China ten. So he eventually inspired a little known duo named John, and will Kellogg Oh. They were brothers. So John was a doctor. He was a health activist and inventor a eugenicist. So check. Episode Season With Tom Foley. He was the. Episode to to dose our second episode ever. We talked about eugenics which is another positive episode, technically speaking our third episode ever curious on our first, very, very, very first episode finance on Patriot. That was shameless shows, very shameless advertising, but just can drop it out there. Shit. So, here's the director of the Battle Creek Sanitarium in Michigan his brother also worked there. I think he was like a janitor or something on I. Remember exactly not a not a high high place. Do you mean to tell me that you didn't do as much research as you should have, this wasn't the the main focus of my episode because he's not a Nazi. So I see that's that's where it mattered. So they believed in the temperance movement and they believed heavily in absence just like Utah and you know. Just like this Pacific state. Weird. So his. He promoted the development of an Aphrodisiac foods, which is where the plane tasteless cornflakes his brother used to make into a serial kingdom. Now to clarify, it's not like an Aphrodisiac, it's an hour and a half APHRODISIAC, the opposite. Yeah. This is not an African. Give you this, and then you're you're building our voice tres, Boehner would just go normal. But if you did not eat the oysters, your Weiner is inside you back in pretty much. Yeah. It's a magical experience. My God. It's you should try it. So yeah, we're doing right now. Graham, crackers. Persona, my mouth would be so dry. Through so he yeah, basically, John was the doctor. He tried out a whole bunch of stuff on those poor sanitarium. Crazies or just women who talk back. Because, we all know the women, the top talk back. It's not that they're like a problem. It's the their horny. That's. Crazy. And they the only I mean to fix, it is to prescribe chew hours of finger blasting. And Graham crackers. If, you don't know anything about how crazy people were treated in the. Late, eighteen hundreds and early nineteen hundreds that probably doesn't make any sense. So his. Yeah. So he was trying to create this just bland tasteless food to get people to stop jerking it, and eventually they they made a mistake in the processing of this. Brand and it became cornflakes and his brother was like. Oh, I can use this I'm going to be a millionaire. I mean hand I'm GonNa stop people from masturbating. The best is like he he thinks that these foods are basically post nut clarity. I think essential logs. First thing. First thing in the morning you. Kellogg you like I. Don't need crank one out before I. Go to school I'm set. I. Don't I'm not going to think about sex arrests. Today, I'm going to think about success and the Bible. Yeah. So they. They were heavily inspired by Sylvester. Graham. When they were creating that food and yeah, they they basically created these cornflakes to stave off the horn anus. To go into more of the personal beliefs of John. Kellogg, not the serial guy. But the Sierra Guy's brother if I hopefully don't have that mixed up her that'll suck he. Yeah. He thought that masturbation was the literally the worst thing that you could do I have a quote neither the plague nor war nor smallpox nor similar diseases have reduced results. So disastrous to humanity as the pernicious habit of an ISM. masturbating. In your own privacy. In your own home is worse than war smallpox and plague. I. Love This. MAZING. Like. I. Want this guy for president. Yeah, I'd. Sounds like he would really really lock things down. Yeah. I had heard of the temperance movement and I'd heard of these guys being crazy, but I didn't think they took themselves. Weren't leaking this crazy. Yeah. There are people in the temperance movement who were so crazy about like their diets. These vegetarian bland tasteless diets that I wish I could remember who it was. But I was reading a quote about a man who stated that his bowel movement smelled like a fresh biscuit on a summer day. He never white, he just goes. It's nice because every other day I am producing my own biscuits and gravy and it's phenomena. Oh, he's not producing any. No. Popeye biscuits and Sabi while he's in there, every morning don't don't don't make me feel better cornflakes. God Dude. YOUR FIBER INTAKE BUDDY That's all they had was fiber. That's all. So he warned heavily about masturbation related deaths, which is my favorite. Ever. told me I would happily find masturbated related. That's amazing. Did he did he state like Oh here? Some some things that happen again, jerk off and ripped off and not. I bet that he would say things like prostate cancer or ovarian or ovarian cancer uterine cancer was caused by masturbating to stupid scientists something. Cool. If you were impotent, it was because you jerked off. Any kind of urinary disease, epilepsy, insanity, disability blindness, and also wanted to point out that climax caused exhaustion of nervous energy writing meaning..
Cereal brands reevaluate mascots to fit the modern day
"Been rethinking their outdated corporate mascots and Jemima uncle Ben Mrs Butterworth. At the same time, a group of young entrepreneurs have set out to create new breakfast cereal characters that reflect this moment. NPR's Mandali del Barco reports. Emily. At least, Miller says the new cereal she and her team created off limits has brand mascots, unlike any other dash is a high strung, high achieving female bunny in an eighties style power suit with sneakers. She's a K pop fan. A workaholic, and she says Dash has a lot of anxiety to deal with. So her cereal turns the milk to cold brew and has coffee and chocolate zombie is just the opposite. A lazy dude who looks like he just rolled out of bed to eat his mellow cereal. There's adapted Jin's Pond on Vanilla, so everything you need to mellow out. Miller, 29 year old food writer is all about breakfast. In fact, she wrote breakfast a cookbook, and she created the breakfast club walking tours of New York restaurants. Her latest venture off limits. Serial also seems to appeal to millennials. Miller's hoping they might relate to zombie who has a bit of Bart Simpson or dash more of Ah, Lisa Simpson. The whole brand is really run by these emotionally unstable and extreme cartoon characters. Dashing zombie are a far cry from the buff, confident cereal mascot Tony the Tiger. Cash is not the first female serial character in the early 19 fifties. Kellogg's Sugar Frosted Flakes was rep. For a short time by Katie the Kangaroo who wore a bandanna and carried her baby in her pouch. I'm Katie, the kangaroo I have been given bound around you guy within that takes all night, just like an attending. Do you like Kellogg's ultimately bounced Katie The kangaroo for Tony. The Tiger, also dropping sugar from its name Fast forward to 2020 where cold and hot cereals are more than $20 billion industry in the U. S. According to market data firm statistic, with sales expected to grow To succeed. Cereal brands have to be nostalgic, healthy or have more modern mascot, says analyst Melissa Abbott. There's a demand for something completely different that isn't no masculine 20. The Tiger Macho Abbott is vice president of culinary insights at the Hartmann Group. She says cereal is not just a breakfast food. New brands are pro mode on podcasts and purchased online, Abbott says off Limits and another new cereal brand magic spoon appealed to a different aesthetic. These characters that are going to win essentially today and particularly in the breakfast category, they have Tio contain more of this multi dimensional take on the on the human personality. The flaws and all, Abbott says consumers might like that off limits. Characters were designed by artist Shepard Fairey's studio. Now the question is, Will they go for coffee flavored cereal repped by a stressed out bunny in a power suit? Handle it. Al Barco
Are Single-Use Plastics Really That Bad?
"In early January twenty twenty China joined the growing movement of more than one hundred twenty countries pledging to ban single use plastics. The country of at one point four billion citizens is the number one producer of plastic waste in the world top sixteen million tonnes in two thousand ten but China announced that it plans outlaw the production and sale of non degradable bags by the end of twenty twenty in major cities and everywhere by two thousand twenty two as well as single use straws by late. Twenty Twenty Eh. Market Selling Produce will have until twenty twenty-five to follow suit the push to ban plastic took center stage in two thousand eighteen with massive promotions like the Hashtag stop sucking campaign which featured stars like NFL quarterback. Tom Brady pledging to give up single. Use Plastic straws now countries and companies are saying no to plastics by the dozens. Sims and consumers are following along with them and they're serious in Kenya for example. Any citizen caught using plastic bags for trash. Your groceries groceries can face four years imprisonment and fines of up to thirty eight thousand dollars as the plastic span movement hits major milestones such as China's in his latest announcement. We decided to take a moment to unpack the bottles bags and straws that are causing this global stare. So what is single use as plastic true to its name. A single use. Plastic is disposable plastic. It's designed to be used once and then tossed or recycled. This includes everything from plastic water bottles and produce bags disposable plastic razors and plastic ribbons really any plastic item you use and then immediately discard well. These items can be recyclable. That's hardly the norm. We spoke by email with Meagan Weldon of the blog and waste prevention shop. Zero waste nerd word. She said in reality very few plastic items can be processed into new materials and products unlike glass and aluminum plastic isn't processed into the same same item. It was when it was collected by a recycling center. The quality of plastic is downgraded so eventually and inevitably that plastic will still end end up in a landfill. Take a plastic water bottle. Most bottles say they can be recycled and based solely on their easily recyclable. Pet composition position. They could be but nearly seven out of ten bottles end up in landfills or pasta litter. This problem increased when China decided to stop accepting into recycling cycling plastic in two thousand eighteen for municipalities. That meant recycling became significantly pricier and according to the Atlantic many are now simply opting for the need budget friendly landfill over recycling pair this landfill I approach with the world's ever growing plastic consumption. Humans produce almost was twenty thousand plastic bottles per second. According to the Guardian and America's waist grew by four point five percent from twenty ten to twenty fifteen. It's no wonder. The world is overflowing overflowing with plastic waste and think banning all of his plastic is overkill. There are some very solid reasons why it makes sense. I I the plastic and landfills doesn't just go away according to Weld in. A plastic bag takes ten to twenty years to grade while a plastic bottle takes almost five hundred ears. And even when it's gone it's remnants remain. We also spoke by with Catherine Kellogg author and founder of the waste reduction website. Going zero zero waste. She explained plastic. Never breaks down or goes away. It only breaks into smaller and smaller pieces until they're so microscopic that they can be found in on our air and our drinking water. Some grocery stores have switched to biodegradable plastic shopping bags as a way to meat consumers in the middle but research shows that this this is hardly a savvy solution. One study from researchers at the University of Plymouth. England analyzed eighty single. Use Plastic Grocery store bags made of biodegradable plastic nick over the course of three years. They're go to determine. Just how biodegradable these bags really were. The findings were published in the Journal. Environmental Science and technology analogy. They found that soil. Seawater didn't lead to bag rotation instead after those three years. Three of the four types of biodegradable degraded bags were still sturdy enough to hold up to five pounds of groceries. That's about two point. Two kilos and the non biodegradable bags performed the same. The biodegradable beds ads exposed to sun did break down but that's not necessarily a positive either. The small particles from that degradation can quickly spread throughout the environment. Think Air Ocean or the belly of hungry animals who mistake plastic fragments for food another reason. Many countries are prohibiting single. Use Plastics is because they shouldn't be reused used despite our best intentions as many municipalities. Forgo recycling it's tempting to take matters into your own hands by reusing plastic bottles and containers and sure this may work for bags but experts. Say to take caution when it comes to plastic bottles or food containers one study in environmental health. Perspectives showed that all plastics used in food containers and plastic bottles could release harmful chemicals. If used repeatedly this includes those said to be free of BPA a controversial official chemical that's been linked to hormone disruption while researchers are still analyzing the safety of repeated plastic reuse experts recommend glass or metal to avoid potentially harmful chemicals and according to Weldon. It's time we adopt a reuse mindset be cotton produce bags stainless steel straws or full on zero waste.
Mainframes: The GE 225 and the Birth of BASIC
"Mr Adams finds his new checking account very useful instead of collecting the money. Direct wreck from the Ellendale National Bank. The company does it through its own bank like many other banks it sends its checks to the Federal Reserve Bank for Collection Action. The Federal Reserve Bank is set up to handle thousands of checks from hundreds of banks in a single day in nineteen gene. forty-seven a check winds. Its Way through a bank to get the positive and legions of bank workers are clocking in countless hours to deal with all those checks. The Post War economy was booming but that meant banks were now drowning and paperwork. They were forced to close at two PM just to leave time time for filling out ledgers by hand and they were still falling behind a fast powerful machine was urgently needed to keep up with the pace of business over Bank of America. They had millions of checks to handle each day. Here's William Casio professor at the Kellogg School of Management Cement and northwestern university. Can you imagine the world banking without computers. I mean this is heavy paperwork intensive in the street and particularly the case of Bank of America with all the multiple branches. So there's all this information that they want quickly and To be able to communicate and also due process it So that was really important for for such a large company and I couldn't. They understood that computers was the way of future. So in nineteen fifty fifty be of a contracted Stanford Research Institute to figure out how to automate the handling of all those checks it took Sri five years ears to build a prototype which they called the electronic recording machine accounting or IRMA. The machine had over a million feet of wiring Eight thousand vacuum tubes and weighed about twenty five tons it has the potential to handle fifty thousand transactions a day Bank of America with keen to start producing the IRMA. Right away so they sent out a request for proposal to electrons manufacturers to bid on on the job of course everyone figured the winner would be the Juggernaut of business machines. Miss Snow White herself. Ibm Doc Baker was the VP of electrons division over at GE and he knew his boss quarter didn't want to move into IBM's territory. He new computers were out of bounds when he got wind of Bank of America. RFP Will Baker saw an opening he didn't want to miss he approached Barney. Oldfield the manager of GE's Microwave Laboratory in Palo Alto which was the nearest facility to Sri and he made oldfield a proposition. Here's John Joseph and associate professor of strategy at the University of California Irvine. You know I think here was was somebody who was a very successful aggressive entrepreneur type at GE and was a savvy manager and businessman and saw this as a huge opportunity to grow the division Baker along with Oldfield was able to convince as their boss coordinator that this would be a special purpose process control system not a general purpose computer not something that would upset IBM. Ge was certainly not going into the computer business. The reason I think Coordin- eventually capitulated was that that he put a condition on them going after it and said just this contract. We don't want to enter the business machine market or generally we we want enter specifically this particular bid and you can go after it and so he said go coroner let them go ahead with the RFP feeling confident that they wouldn't win the contract anyway. Let him blow off some creative steam and then old fueled hand-delivered their proposal Rosal to the Bank San Francisco office and waited then much to everyone's surprise IBM pulled Out of the race and even more unexpectedly. GE's proposal rose to the top Bank of America. Awarded them the contract not any of the other technology manufacturers the underdogs got it the underdogs. Ge one the multi million dollar their contract on April Ninth Nineteen fifty-six be of as board of directors accepted GE's proposal Baker signed and a thirty one million dollar contract without running it by his boss Corner. This impossible project was becoming Lille. All Oldfield Oldfield needed now was a place to build the armies and Oh yeah an actual computer
Where AI Is Impacting Retail and eCommerce Today - With Guru Hariharan of CommerceIQ
"So Guru just to get things off the ground. I really want to get your perspective on where you see making a the difference in ecommerce today if we just freeze the tech today and we look at where it's making a difference on. What are those areas that are biggest in your opinion Denver? Thanks for having me on the show. Of course as the apply to e commerce are a few things which it can have some pretty significant impacts and of course there's a lot being said tons of custom expedience which is the most obvious thing where can include experience of the shopper. Coming into the store or coming coming in online and others but I want to talk a little bit about some of the back offices. If you may've that has not been talked about much which is Sales Marketing and supply chain those are areas which have amazing amount of opportunity in terms of the data. That is flowing thumbs off the deputy of tasks that can be automated the opportunities in those areas and a lot of top tier companies automated and end apply to improve their sales efficiency marketing efficiency and supply chain efficiency when starting with dog companies like Amazon. Yeah well obviously the Amazon is pretty. Well aggregating this whole space That certainly your guys focused as well so you wanted to knuckle down on the sales and kind of supply chain side of things here grieve. You're voting off to. I'd love to if we could start with sales. That'd be cool because I'll be honest with you. When it comes to e commerce I would everybody thinks of and probably where most of the action in is with a I and I think you'd probably this yourself is going to be on the marketing on the consumer purchasing side? Right what offers in my face. How big is the button? How does it show up on these different devices? What kind of e mail campaigns do I get right? It's a consumer clicking a button in swiping their visa. But you're talking about sales. Where do you see sales playing into the mix of common? Where does get in there? That's a that's a great question. So let's let's start off before we get into the application of AI. Let's just spend a few seconds to think about how sales sales is enabled on ECOMMERCE shirt. Accompany like Kellogg's are a kimberly-clark if you are to sell products that so you're selling die. buzzer selling curiel cereal boxes. How do you sell howdy enables sales teams on? How do you sell on retail outlets whether it be e commas whether whether it be a kroger store Walmart store? Typically what happens for decades out there for a century from a sales standpoint Kellogg's along our kimberly-clark is employing a top negotiator. The hiding from an Ivy League and like an NBA and teach them how to Gauthier Arkansas are Cincinnati to have a conversation and negotiation with Walmart are a kroger over dinner table and they have a process called the joint business. Plan talk through a number of options to invest on. How how can I buy all these The majority of the space that is dead in the diaper Iowa. The cereal of your store. Can I get the space right next to the cashier's without doesn't impose Opportunity things of that nature. All of these things have been traditionally done and balking century for decades in for more than a century in a setting which is a human to human interaction's our cable. So now let's flip order. Twenty twenty majority of sales sales which is happening on e commerce does not happen that way in fact if you enter Amazon our copier ECOMMERCE and growing companies like Walmart Dot. Palm are are Instead God another. You don't have people on the other side who can have conversations and Negotiate these these deals in fire. The language of this speak is dot of data. They would expose for instance Amazon exposes a bunch of data files through a Puerto. And if your Kellogg's you're expected logging into a portal figured out. How sales happening which sealed boxes are selling more on and not wait? Am I getting the right. Customer Feedback House might rent. Doing supply efficiency everything is codified in Puerto inside and communicated the data. So if I'm Kellogg's might old ways of human to human interaction's completely breakdown because guess what does not human on on the other side. What do you do so that element of sales has a seismic shift as a huge disruptive? Change that is happening right now. The market where sales needs to be completely codified into a machine. That's probably what we call out. Intelligence right yeah. So interesting. Listing big dynamic. So I'll just kind of try to sum this up then we can poke into the AI. Part I appreciate you kind of I guess setting the table for the topic. I think a lot of people do associate sales with the old old school song and dance. Bring a briefcase. I buy you a Scotch I ask you about your kids and then I talked about. Can I get this floorspace. Can you buy this kind of quantity. Not what do I gotTa do to have you purchase our product instead of general mills. You know whatever the case may be right but you're talking about now Amazon Amazon a platform. So the only thing that they're vendors are going to see sort of dashboards and that this is now changing the game on on how we do business do sales. How do you sell to a dashboard board in other words? What is now sales replaced with? So that's Let me think about selling into a company with speaking the language of data which is selling to a dashboard. You don't think about applying negotiation tactics from an from a human perspective. But can you a blind negotiation tactics using Using data so for instance. If I know that you're under sodded on a sudden which is getting to be an important key? What on your website aside? Let's say for instance Kito Cereal Boxes Keita's attending dumb and people eat cereal so they're searching for Kito cereal now if the industry does not have house keep those cereal. It's opportunity for you to identify those items in your assortment. which have the right ingredients and stock marketing outselling those items against those keywords on an overall basis as you mentioned if you're a salesperson Trying to get your products into a store. A stores a very deterministic concept offline. Would you walk into a serial and that's it. You'll find your cheerios. You sign find a gentleman's Products you find everything that needs to be there in that one. I'll when you walk into the e commerce store and I say walk in with a quote Unquote Ya. Am you walk in you walk. In using search thumbs and these search dumps could be a combination of keywords that type in it could be lane lane on cereal boxes could breakfast. Cereal could be snack. BOC CEREAL KITO cereal organic cereal. What would maybe there could be thousands of such keywords which make up the quote unquote digital? I'll now it's up to you as a brand to figure out where should I sell. And and how should I sell. which products do promote? which products do I given incentive for the shop or through a coupon and things of that nature and if if you think about the explosion of combinations that has happened over there? You've got thousands of key woods and save a few hundred products that you sell and you have essentially do that matching and start to push them the right level so that you're able to maximize that are done on your sale. Spend and trade spending such available due to drive. Maximum profitable sales on ECOMMERCE website
"will kellogg" Discussed on American Innovations
"It's february nineteen eight in louisiana. Intrepid woman in a lace fringed petticoat makes her way through the streets of jefferson city. She pauses at the corner of magazine berlin across the way is the creole cottage that houses her local grocer. She smooths her skirt fixes her face with more confidence than she feels and heads ads for the stores swing doors will kellogg put her up to this and not just her but all the women of america is latest commercial for kelloggs cornflakes cheaply dares women to wink at their grocer and quote see what they get for nineteen hundred eight. These ads are bold old and racy stuff but it's working beautifully now like thousands of others. This woman's taking kellogg up on the bear in her case. There's something more at stake. She's been looking for a reason to wink this particularly sweet store on her for some time. Now the grocer dressed in a white shirt and suspenders notices the woman the moment she enters good afternoon ms coleman. What may i get you. This fine day like she's for hearst miss. Miss coleman says nothing. She just winks the grocer smiles. You've seen those kellogg's ads my right. Ms coleman blesses well. Here's what that wink gets you this here. Free box of kellogg's toasted corn flakes a gift from the company. The grocer fetches. She's a white box off the shelf behind him and puts it on the counter. Oh what most wonderful surprise miss coleman notices something odd about the box wchs it looks like a box of cornflakes but it's not it's actually a box of kelloggs toasted rice flakes rice flakes. I did not know they made rice flakes. The grocer glances at the box. Oh i'm sorry ms coleman gave you the wrong bucks. The boxes do look very similar as is the grocer gets a box of cornflakes. Ms coleman looks again at the rice flakes or rice flakes pleasant. I've not tried yet but it it is made by kellogg's so i imagine it'd be pretty good in that case. I'll i'll buy a box n._b._a. Could try them and tell you what they're like. I'd like that very much. Coleman appraises ten cents same as cornflakes moments later this coleman leaves with her free box of cornflakes and the rice flakes and an excuse is to talk to the handsome grocer again but what she doesn't realize is that those rice flakes the same kellogg who makes cornflakes they're made by his brother dr john harvey kellogg and the confusion john's created with his branding is driving his younger brother nuts will thought his battles with john were over but now his brother's stealing his customers and will won't stand for it. He's no longer the downtrodden little brother subservient servian to john's every cruelty today. He's a successful industrialist with money and resources of zone dr john harvey kellogg. No longer has an underling underling to prop himself up. He's about to be shown up by the least likely person imaginable someone. He spent his whole life calling worthless from wonder this is american innovations and i'm steven johnson on the last episode. The kellogg brothers discovered the secret making flaked breakfast cereal. The masses had only just been introduced to ready to eat cereal created by their very own former battle creek sanitarium patient charles post. That's bird will keep kello to finally break free from his brother and found the battle creek toasted corn flakes company. Now it's nineteen. The weight and the tables are turning on the brothers lifelong few as it happens. The country is in the throes change to john will play a role in a sinister scientific movement laying the groundwork for unfathomable atrocities within his lifetime. Both the siblings have lasting impacts on america as we know it today safe but only one we'll give the name kellogg the meaning it's remembered by this is episode three battle of the brand it's august nineteen a week and we'll kellogg heads down mainstream in battle creek. A straw hat shielding his bald scalp from the summer heat. The look on his face is far from sunny. That's because the cereal tycoon is preoccupied with thoughts about his brother's latest intrusion on his business us right now he's trapped in his thoughts to notice just how dramatically he and john have transformed the town of their youth back then it was a small country settlement now it pulses with the wonders of modernity red and green trams rattled down the streets lined with electric lights lights and telephone poles the constant influx of new arrivals fuels a construction boom in a growing downtown marketplace factories are everywhere and they're not only turning out the breakfast. Foods battle creek is famous for their also making the ovens boxes conveyor belts and other equipment cereal manufacturers depend and on and it all began with the kellogg brothers they put this michigan town on the map by turning the battle creek sanitarium into a world famous health resort resort they kindled local industry with their innovative ready to eat breakfast cereals but will feels no pleasure from their shared achievements when he thinks of john all he feels is spite especially today. The latest batch of acrimony began last year. You're will started it when he gave his battle creek toasted cornflake company a new name the kellogg toasted cornflake company will new john john would object to the name and that he would try to use his position on the company's board to obstruct the change so we'll get the board to approve the new name while john was away in europe by the time. John got back to battle creek. It was too late. John brooded over his brother's sneaky move for a a few months and then began executing his retaliation. Just before new year's day nineteen hundred eight he resigned from the board of wills company it told will he wanted to spend more time. Focusing on the status nut food company the food business he'd formed in eighteen ninety eight is an offshoot of the sanitarium and the first thing he did was renamed his food business kellogg's food company of battle creek. The name was designed to inflate his is products with his brothers and it did now. Wholesalers roasters and customers alike struggled to differentiate between the two kellogg companies anthony's even the post office getting their mail mixed up once john begins manufacturing rice and wheat flakes. He makes his packaging indistinguishable bowl from his brother's cornflakes. The brothers have now both threatened the other with lawsuits. Their lawyers are poised for action just waiting for the word as he makes his way through downtown battle creek. We'll consider his options. He knows an ugly court battle hurt the company's brand. Getty eighty cannot stomach the idea of being exploited by his brother yet again. What's more willis obligated to defend the interests of his investors. John mauer competitor competitor a threat to the livelihoods of everyone who works at kellogg's we'll cannot sit by as sales or lost as bad as he wants to fight and when he figures he has to take one final shot at reconciliation to avoid courtroom showdown his dreadful hand-wringing is suddenly intolerable eligible to him now is the time we'll changes direction he heads north of michigan avenue and crosses the spaniel arched bridge approach that stretches over the glimmering waters battle creek he then heads west through the leafy streets and pass the sprawling fenced off grounds of the battle creek week sanitarium thirty minutes later he reaches john's large gothic revival home on manchester street will marches up painted needed white steps to the front door that twenty room house john calls the residents he removes his straw hat mops his sweaty brow and bangs to brass door knocker john's wife ella opens the door. She's a stern woman with grey curly hair. The moment she sees will her face darkens. Oh it's you low. Ella pleasure as always is john here. L. turns her back to will and yells else. John will is at the door as they wait for john will in l. a. eyeball each other on the doorstep in frosty silence they no longer pretend not to hate each other eventually. John appears in the doorway or do you want. I want to reach an accommodation. This dispute has gone far enough l. A. snaps at will yes it has it's about time you stopped using john's good name to enrich yourself wills composure snaps me me. He's the one riding on my coattails. He never cared about the cereal business until he saw my success now. He wants it from self because he cannot stand anyone anyone but him getting the glory how dare you we both know that i am the real kellogg. They buy your cereal because they think i'm the one selling it. Your success is a parasite parasite on mine will looks down and steadies himself against the bile of his hatred. He reminds himself why he's here and forces out a reasonable tone own john. What you're doing will ruin both our companies. If this ends up in court it will embarrass us. Both l. sets off so do what john says. John cuts across his wife ellen. Please but will speak. Thank you let me clear brother. I will go to court if i must. I just hope and pray that there's a better way to resolve this after our negotiating on the doorstep john and will reach an agreement john will stop selling cereals under the kellogg nick in return will will pay john fifty thousand dollars plus additional stock in the cornflakes business. It's the two brothers shake hands but the truce lasts less than a month a few weeks later. John has a change of heart and hostilities resume for the next two years. The animosity subterfuge and retaliation escalates as does the success of their cereal companies under will's autocratic leadership kellogg toasted cornflakes company thrives nineteen ten. He's selling millions of boxes axes of flaked breakfast cereal every year john's enjoying more modest success with his newest product sterilized brand. It's a serial made from the fiber. Rich outer layer of wheat grain john's promoting it as a constipation remedy. It's a powerful selling point in one thousand nine. John sells around a hundred thousand boxes of sterilized brand. The sales of sterilized brand aren't much of a threat to will cereal empire but john's copycat packaging coaching is unlike will john refuses to add salt sugar and other flavorings to his breakfast cereals that worries.
"will kellogg" Discussed on American Innovations
"Will was the last jon preston kellogg sons and seemingly seemingly the least impressive the family never saw much potential in this quiet and sullen boy. His father thought so little of him that he discouraged his wife from teaching will to read luckily for will his mother ignored her husband and send him to school but we'll struggled. It's spring of eighteen eighteen sixty seven and seven year old will sit to the school desk will reduce the class. What's on the blackboard will squinted the blackboard the other children giggle. Can you read young man. Be besser then read the class. What is on the blackboard will squint. It's harder but all he sees are smear blurs white chalk. His nearsightedness won't be diagnosed until he's an adult cancer can't or won't or you simply stupid will doesn't answer. It's hard to believe that you're from the same family as your older brother john. He was one the finest students we've ever had george. How about you read out what will could not abraham. Lincoln was the sixteenth president of the united. It states life at home isn't much better than school for will and that's because of john. It's eighteen sixty nine seventeen year old. John sneaks into the family kitchen. He stops at the kitchen sink. His nose is bleeding nine year old will rushes in after him john glares. It's younger brother. It's all your fault. That's not true you tripped. We'll see mother believes. You're going to get a beating. Please please don't just then their mother walks in. She immediately spots the blood running from johns knows. Oh my what happened to you john. What will did you do do this. John suppresses a smile. Yes it was will. He pushed me causing me to fall that is ally. Will your father and i cannot abide your the inability to control your emotions but mother. He's lying enough. John get the bandages all cleanup will i will have your father punish you when any returns home which his struggles at school his parents to stain and john's bullying will's childhood was miserable. Uh at the age of eleven is father removes them from school and put them to work full-time in the families broom factory. Despite his father's low opinion of his sullen island son will proves hard and reliable worker. He advances fast age twelve. He supervising other children employees in the factory tree by fourteen. He's hawking brooms door to door around michigan age sixteen. He's in the nearby city of kalamazoo helping his older half brother start a new broom factor after proving himself there will is asked to go to dallas to help right struggling broom factory run by fellow seventh day adventists purpose tired of the grind of battle creek and feeling under appreciated. We'll accepts. He thinks a change of scenery would improve his mood but he he finds his life in texas. Lonely homesick will focus on the work and turns it around quickly. The successful writing of the dallas broom factory delights the whites come to visit soon after february eighteen seventy nine and ellen white is preaching preaching from electron at a packed church hall in dallas among those sitting in the pews is will wearing his best suit brothers and sisters. I praise the lord for the spirit among us enclosing. I wanna give special. Thank you to will kellogg and the work. He has done in the king broom factor actor. We are so grateful. Sermon over work work excellent excellent. Well you must know will kellogg ben. We're quite proud of the kellogg boys especially. John runs a battle creek sanitarium. It's been so nice nice to talk to. You got less you and thank you for coming as she moves to. The next person in line will stands alone stunned. It's the story three of wills life. He's always been other kellogg brother. The forgettable younger brother of the ever acclaimed john will returns turns to battle creek in late eighteen seventy nine and resumes work at the family's broom business. It's the last place he wants to be but he can't think of what else to do do but the following year proves to be life changing i will enrolls in a ninety day business school course that grounds him in the basics of running a business and keeping accounts he meets and marries ella osborne davis he also visits an eye doctor for the first time and discovers that he's nearsighted armed with a business degree a new wife and his first a pair of glasses. We'll feels he's outgrowing the broom business yet. Eddie still feels like he has no other options until that is he receives the most surprising offer an invitation from his brother john on to join him at the sand seeing a chance to escape the broom business will says yes but he's soon going to discover that life is john's john's lackey. 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Lending products are subject to credit and property approval rates program terms and conditions are subject to change without notice. Not all products are available in all states or for all amounts other restrictions and limitations dacians apply homeland in products offered j. p. morgan chase bank in a an equal housing lender. It's august eighteen eighteen eighty five john harvey kellogg is writing a high wheeler bicycle through the fourteen acre grounds of the battle creek sanitarium these days his john looks very different to the fresh face dr who took charge of the san eight years earlier. He's now thirty two sports a bushy moustache beard. He's also taken to wearing all white suits that help them notice even the slightest trace of dirt and feed into his image said dr distinction as he cycles past doctors and orderlies and the group of patients exercising on the lawn his twenty five year old brother will is running behind him will is plump balding and panting as he follows john on his bicycle. He scribbles john's latest orders into a notebook. John seems seems oblivious to his brother's struggle to keep up. I've decided to write a new book about ballot movements and i have the first chapter in my head chapter one. The importance of being regular will are you. Are you getting this. Yes <hes> but i i thought we were going to talk about the the contracts for the gym equipment. I never said dan. I have a note from yesterday saying you wanted to discuss it today. Well i can assure you that you're wrong as you often are. You were always a little slow little brother. At any rate. I could hardly be interested in that. Subject to the next item on your agenda is our work on the proud to be the breakfast week my work will it's all my work. This whole place is mine. You were just an employee. Remember that die mud jacket. John stops his bicycle cool and gets off you walk quickly into the main building and ducks into a side room where he takes off his jacket and shoes and hands them to will take these back to my my office and get me another of my suits and shine my shoes to we'll continue this conversation. When you return. I have a meeting in twenty minutes with the printing press manufacturer. We're updating the presses to print our magazines and books faster. I don't care if you're meeting the pope. John strips office pants to take these as as well make sure the suit is pressed. We'll takes the close an exits without a word. It's been like this ever since will accept john's offer to join him. At the sand five years ago he works one hundred and twenty hours a week and earns just thirteen dollars earned more as a sixteen eighteen year old broom salesman but we'll seems resigned to spending his life as his brother's poorly paid and put upon lackey yet will is critical to who was brothers sanitarium whenever there's a problem will get fixed john's come to depend on him and council including the food products emerging from the sands kitchen since realizing the potential for ready to eat cereal as a student in new york. John's been trying to create such a meal for his patients. His first attempt was granola. Crumbs of twice baked wheat bread that was hard as a brick even after being soaked in milk overnight john believes granular the aids digestion because the cooking process turns wheat starch into sugar saving the body the trouble of doing it itself. He thinks it is akin to a semi my digested meal but another health clinic in upstate new york had already been making a very similar product also called granular so when the new york resort threatened to sue john renamed his breakfast cereal for nola naturally the task of making a business out of granola felt too will initially cells packets of sanitarium foods granola at a small store within the sand then forms a mail order business so former patients can keep buying and eating granola <hes> after their stay at the sand is over play eighteen eighty nine we'll manufacturing shipping and selling to tons of granola every week but he feels there's still more potential in the sand ground up wheat bread one.
"will kellogg" Discussed on 600 WREC
"This car wash dot com and save up to seventy percent on a single watch for you can get unlimited monthly watch membership for one low price I feel good I would zips we've got some sunshine today but all is well that begins out that way but not necessarily in that way thunder showers later on a high temperature in the low nineties but a heat index around one hundred five Manson thunder showers this afternoon then for tonight we're looking at a low temperature in the mid seventies with a few showers and then for tomorrow and Saturday highs near ninety but some scattered thunder showers right now seventy five degrees met this morning news time is seven thirty two AM Tim van horn six hundred W. R. E. C. ninety two point one FM the I heart radio app at some headlines for you coming up been Ferguson at seven forty five yeah in the meantime let's take a look at what has occurred on this date in history this is August the eighth twenty nineteen but we we're all the calendar back and look at on this date in history we go back to the nineteenth century on this date in eighteen forty four Brigham Young was chosen as head of the Mormon church following the death of Joseph Smith on this date in eighteen fifty four Smith and Wesson patents metal bullet cartridges on August the eighth in eighteen seventy six Thomas Edison is granted the patent for auto graphic printing so all the big stuff happening on this day on this day to August the eight eighteen ninety eight will Kellogg invents corn flakes yeah they were invented on this date a hundred and twenty one twenty one years ago holy mackerel on August the eighth nineteen sixty excuse me on this date in nineteen sixty read my notes go you know was the number one hit on this day in nineteen sixty it's a bit see teeny Weenie yellow polka dot bikini was number one on the pop charts on this date in nineteen sixty on August the eighth nineteen seventy four US president Richard Nixon announces he will resign at noon the next day on this date in nineteen ninety Pete rose started his five month prison term at Marion Illinois federal prison camp remember he was caught up in some lines and some gambling in service the jail time sure did and then also on this date in nineteen ninety two the US the original excuse me the original U. S. Dream Team when's the basketball gold medal at the Barcelona Olympics one seventeen eighty five over Croatia the team was okay Patrick Ewing Charles Barkley Scotty Pippen Larry Bird Magic Johnson Michael Jordan yeah it's okay I guess if you if you if you really want to watch something on this date in two thousand four John Elway's inducted into the pro football hall of fame and finally on August the eighth two thousand six Sylvester Stallone in and former heavyweight boxing contender Chuck Wegner settled a lawsuit out of court for an undisclosed sum what their claims he was the inspiration for the rocky movies and there you have it on the state August the eighth two thousand nineteen let's talk about some headlines big story right now there is a man on the loose the TB I want this escapee he is wanted not only for escaping from Henning Tennessee but also for the murder of a corrections officer on the way out guy by the name of Curtis Watson is wanted by the TBI they say that to that he killed Deborah Johnson age sixty four who worked for the department of corrections for thirty eight years her body was found facility was locked down in a count was done that Ortiz and had noticed that Watson was missing from his work detail man hunt was initiated TV I was contacted and he is still on the loose if you see him Ken Courtis Watson's a white male five foot eleven if you see him call nine one one or one eight hundred T. B. I find that's problem I guess that would say be safe to say that is our top story also in the news this morning A. F. former manager I haven't been to Dave and buster's here yet but a former manager there is a charge with staff after police say he stole more than one hundred and forty two thousand dollars from Dave and busters is a Christopher Bruno was caught on surveillance stealing money from the safe and the photo booth of Dave and busters the amount of cash they say was done in just about the course of two months wow I'm going to fox thirteen news the guy was the general manager of the Dave and busters in this system manager was the one who busted him Hey guess what your next general manager is going to be the guy that just busted the guy still in over a hundred forty grand yeah all right congratulations.
"will kellogg" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To prepare breakfast cereal. Dr John Harvey Kellogg, a beloved doctor to stars and presidents the first batches of fleet cereal with his younger brother will Kellogg will eventually turn that recipe into cornflakes and berthed multibillion dollar company together, the brothers transformed the American breakfast and help foster many of the ideas now considered central to health and wellness, but it all came at great personal cost. Their story is the focus of a new book out in paperback. The Kellogg's the battling brothers of battle creek. It's by Dr Howard Marquel? A medical historian at the university of Michigan and a regular columnist for the PBS NewsHour and Dr Howard Marquel joins me. Now, the clog name in American society is now, of course, hopelessly associated with breakfast and breakfast foods. But even before that they had especially John had some very pioneering ideas about health well before their time -absolutely, Dr Kellogg. Created the term that we would now call wellness, and so he prescribed all sorts of healthy living practices with the notion that it's far easier to prevent a disease than to treat it after the body is broken down. So he advised about good diets grain and vegetable diets, but no meat. He advised against nicotine or a smoking of any kind caffeine alcohol, and he prescribed lots of exercise and fresh air when people were not doing that at all they created a sanitarium in battle creek. And what was called a sanitarium, and it's centered around what you refer to as biological living. This was a term that they coined that mean that was the doctors term for wellness and the thought that you took care of your body, it it came from some of his religious beliefs as a Seventh Day Adventist..
"will kellogg" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of the person who. Is missing at this point has traveled so tragic to the crew of, the boat, because as we were talking off the air crews worked so closely together it's a it's a band of I wanna say. Humanity because, it's men and women on on, board ship now, and then there's risks I mean obviously there's risk. To this, race but you know you work so hard for this really for. Fun, I mean. This, is an adventure in. And then to have something so tragic yes and yeah. And and at, any time but right here at the at the get go art you know this, this is a situation where it's not the first time things like this have happened but you never want it to happen and being out there yesterday. I can tell you that was some of the roughest water I've ever been, on and we were, watching, some of The votes pretty good sized votes yeah all ready those crews were working to, just keep things why been following Facebook even even very clear about about that happening and Roger mentioned that the the search is now kind of change to obviously a rescue effort recover Recovery and obviously because of night you know it's it's impossible especially out there, yeah Even this close to. The, city you don't have to go, too far, out, it's pitch black out there. Yeah And then, six to eight foot waves on top of this. Well and the weather we're going. To, be getting I. Mean there's there are some storms coming through this morning. That's not going to help now obviously storms northward also so? This is a. Rough, year. For the MAC race when was it was a. Four years ago you you, yourself go this elite yeah right actually, use one of. Your, photos for the podcast. One. Of. Your, favorite, photos which is, that. One of that silhouette all the. Sunrise oh, thanks to you too full yeah, yeah yeah it's a beautiful beautiful I waited. All night for that almost. Literally For those? Four years for years ago this month this week. Quantities answer yeah was never forget it yeah and it's it isn't easy even though. Even though we had such a very calm weather by Harrison to comic us we couldn't find. Some winter at some, point but yeah there are times when you can't see. Land because. That's how big this lake is and how wide it is and? When, there is no wind you're looking for wind and it can we didn't we left. Three, o'clock that Friday afternoon and crossed the finish. Line at, three in the morning while following Monday what how. Long have you been doing this. Race, this is the. Hundred and tenth run of it now there were a. Couple of years since it started in the very late eighteen? Ninety s there. Were, a. Couple of years for a variety of reasons where. It didn't happen I remember, that so but this this year is, the hundred and. Tenth, running that's amazing and. What's. The. Big, crop, prize you give, you. Make it through well you get. A true Yeah I don't. Know about. Money although there is corporate sponsorship involved with this isn't there kill? Wins, out there they're all Maybe maybe ice? Cream has No it's packed with people, they have, to raise the you know it's just a magical place to be in the island is very busy because you not only have. The Chicago to mackinac race you had her. Port. Huron to now outrace okay leaves from port in Michigan. And goes up lake Huron The That's. Cool People. Do, both yeah. That's that's that's quite an. Adventure though Prepping prepping almost all year for this I, mean really listens it as soon as the season, starts shore and. You, know when. When the season goes away No in fall. Time you are thinking ahead next year getting. A crew together and that sort of thing yes. Absolutely some other history that's one hundred ten years for that eighteen ninety eight a will Kellogg. Invented cornflakes that was like really one of the earliest cereals I. Think it was an accident when he created right Yeah so. It, goes back to league nineteenth century Seventh Day Adventists began to develop a new foods? Adhere to, the vegetarian, diet. Recommended by the church and members of the? Group. Experimented with a number of different grains including wheats oats rice barley and corn in eighteen ninety four. Dr, John. Harvey Kellogg superintendent, of the battle creek sanitarium yeah Michigan. And Adventists use these recipes is part is. A strict regimen which also included no alcohol no. Tobacco no how would you survive a no alcohol tobacco In this country Caffeine right in. Front. Of me yeah This idea for cornflakes began by Kellogg's and his younger brother will Kellogg left some cooked wheat to sit while they attended to some pressing. Matters of the sanitarium when they returned they, found that the wheat had gone stale but being on a strict budget and they decided to continue to process it by forcing it through the rollers to Flathead, hoping to obtain long sheets of, it like like doughy sheets of it and they let it dry and what they, found instead once they ran a roller were these crunchy flakes, and this was in eighteen ninety four and then they patented really the very next. Year and took it to the public what was the name, of, the movie where? They Kellogg people, Roger are you there if I am I was just thinking of it, when when day was talking about it and I remember it was because they were on such a healthcare right that the cornflakes was not really what they were, into was like an extra side thing but. It Was a Cleansing place that they are really very. Strict cleansing you went body? Cleanser. Issues yes where you took the cure is. The. Ass yeah how about a classic? Cornflakes commercial you stop by for breakfast Excuse me Superman Hey Mr.. Can't you're, Kelloggs cornflakes. Covered this is. Fair Early Passing x Ray We've got to get. To the office. There's no time what do you think? I, am. Supermac no no I don't think that.
"will kellogg" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You know it's just a magical place to be in the island is very busy because you not. Only have the Chicago to mackinac race you had her port Huron, to now outrace leaves from port Huron Michigan and goes up. Lake Huron to the That's cool People. Do, both yeah that's that's that's quite an. Adventure though, I mean you're prepping prepping almost all year. For this, I mean really as soon as the season starts shore and you know when when the season, goes away I know in fall time you are thinking ahead next year getting a crew together and that sort. Of, thing. Yes absolutely some, other history, one hundred ten years for that eighteen ninety eight of will Kellogg. Invented cornflakes that was like really one of the. Earliest cereals I think it was. An accident When he. Created, right so it goes back to the. Late nineteenth, century Seventh Day Adventists began to develop a. New food, adhere to the vegetarian diet recommended by the church and members of the group experimented with a, number of different grains including wheats oats rice barley and corn in eighteen ninety four Dr John Harvey Kellogg superintendent. Of, the. Battle creek sanitarium, yeah in, Michigan and Adventists uses recipes as part is a strict regiment which. Also included no alcohol no tobacco no how would. You survive a no alcohol tobacco In this country Caffeine right in. Front. Of me yeah This idea for cornflakes began by Kellogg's and his younger brother will Kellogg left some cooked wheat to sit while the attended to some pressing. Matters of the sanitarium when they returned they, found that the wheat had gone stale but being on a strict budget and they decided to continue to process it by forcing through the rollers to Flathead hoping to obtain long sheets, of like like doughy sheets of it and they let. It dry in and what they, found instead once they ran a roller these crunchy flakes and this was in eighteen ninety four and then a patented really the very next. Year and took it to the public what was the name, of, the movie where? The, Kellogg people. Roger are you there yes I am and I was just thinking of it, when when day was talking about it and I remember it was, because they were on such a healthcare bright that the cornflakes was not really what they were, into was like an extra side thing but. It Was a a cleansing, place that they are really very strict cleansing you went body cleansing, issues yes where you took the cure is yeah how about a classic cornflakes commercial stop by, for breakfast Excuse me food superman Hey Mr. kid Kellogg's, cornflakes let, me, cover Early The third place we've got to get to the, office there's no. Time what do you think I am? Superman, no. No I don't think Kelloggs? Cornflakes, foreign. Host he is Superman did deliver Kelloggs cornflakes he'd, have a tough time keeping everybody happy more people run out of them. Every morning than any, other stereo.
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"New book the kellogg's the battling brothers of battle creek he's the director of the center of the history of medicine at the university of michigan where he's also a professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases we'll be right back after we take a short break this is fresh air this is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guest dr howard marquel he's the author of the new book the kellogg's the battling brothers of battle creek and is about the kellogg brothers one of whom was deep into health he was a doctor and created a sanitarium where wellness was the thing and his other brother was the basically the marketing genius who popularized the flake cereals that the brothers co created like cornflakes and of course the other brother will kellogg created kellogg's cereals so another thing that he was in the forefront of was probiotics he believed that acid afula's yes which is one of the most common probiotics now would help you maintain a healthy digestive system new describe his basement laboratory in which he studied fecal specimens under the microscope comparing the fecal specimens of people who took assegaf less with those who didn't i mean who else was doing that back in the turn of the century in the turn of the twentieth century there was a man named enrique at the pasture laboratory in paris and dr kellogg often travel to europe to learn new techniques and new ideas you know it's really funny he started as a passionate believer in seven day adventuresome health reform and he kept a lot of those ideas throughout his career but as science and medicine progressed he would read up on these he would speak to the people who are making these discoveries and he would shoe horn and shape these discoveries to his own worldview so he worked with dr tuesday at the past your lab to study acid afula's and he found that people whose guts were populated with acid off louis did far better in not having digestive diseases than those who did not he also found that soya milk was a much better medium for the propagation of acid off louis and that babies who were fed soy milk acid off listed far better than those who were treated cow's milk but not nearly as good as those who are treated breast milk human breast milk regularity was an obsession for dr kellogg and he had a lot of intestinal problems when he was a child he did he did as a child he ate very badly his favorite meal he he lectured about was braised oxtail in a greasy fatty brown gravy even in his seventies or eighties he would talk about those meals lovingly and you know fried potatoes and flap jacks and bacon and things like that so he ate a lot of not only fatty foods but constipated foods he also ate a lot of candy and he developed a constipation he developed hemorrhoids he also developed a colitis that scarred his intestine and so he knew what happened when you ate badly and you're constipated and not regular he also like many dodgers at that time believed in the theory called auto intoxication where putrefying meet just stayed in your gut and gave off poisons that caused all sorts of problems from flatulence and dispatch zia to depression so he was very aware of that and he studied gorillas in zoos and realized that those guerrillas had anywhere from four to five bomb movements a day and they seem to be quite happy and so he prescribed his patients to do the same and if you ate the diet that he recommended as well as the frequent animals and the yogurt and the soy milk and so on you would indeed have frequent bamboo but he also believed in some things that seem pretty quirky to us now now what are a couple of examples of those well let's begin to flake cereals so they are more easily digested but we now know that cornflakes or any flake cereal has something called a high glycemic index which means you start digesting it as soon as you're chewing it you start breaking it down and so that will bounce your blood sugar all the way up which then bounces your blood insulin level all the.
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"This is fresh air i'm david being cooley editor of the website tv worth watching sitting in for terry gross some of today's most popular breakfast cereals such as corn flakes and rice krispies have a history that intersects with the seventh day adventists the early wellness movement eugenics sexual abstinence in some innovative as well as some horrifying medical interventions not something you suspect from the popular tv ad jingles today's guest dr howard marquel is the author of a book called the kellogg's the battling brothers of battle creek it comes out next week in paperback it's about dr john kellogg and his younger brother will kellogg john the doctor was groomed to be a leader of the seventh day adventists in eighteen seventy six he became the director of their sanitarium in battle creek michigan which he turned into a world famous medical center spa in grand hotel that attracted many celebrities in one thousand nine hundred eighty one his research on diet and digestion was nominated for a nobel prize as part of his dietary research dr kellogg and his brother created a new idea ready to eat cereals such as corn flakes will who was the business innovator turn those breakfast cereals into good tasting mass produced popular breakfasts marketed under the kellogg brand he founded the company in one thousand nine hundred six all of the two brothers worked together for a long time they never got along and their relationship ended with a series of lawsuits howard marquel directs the center for the history of medicine at the university of michigan or he's also professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases terry gross spoke with him last year dr howard marquel welcome to fresh air it's funny no breakfast cereals now are often considered basically sugar coated vitamin pills the ford advocation of vitamins is the nutrition and the sugar is white cake gets kids to eat it but it's not very good for them but breakfast cereals were originally part of a health craze that dr kellogg created why was breakfast such a problem like if you were into health like dr john kellogg was what were the problems with breakfast as he sought well there are a number of issues and yes cornflakes we flakes flake cereal in general were invented to be easily digested by those with upset stomachs or what was then called dysplasia the great american stomach ache and if you look at what people eight in america in the late nineteenth century or even the early twentieth century it was a very heavy in animal fats often cured meats so the very salty a lot of sugar you would have for breakfast potatoes were fried in the congealed fat from the night before a lot of alcohol and caffeine was consumed a lot of carbohydrates and making breakfast was an ordeal so even if you made porridge or mush these whole grains took hours to melt meltdown and make into a masha soft form and so these poor mothers were getting up very early on they're probably taking care of all their children all night they had to start a wood burning fire and so making breakfast was a great ordeal but john harvey kellogg invented them for the invalid people who came to his battle creek sanitarium it was his little brother will who realize you know there are a lot more people who are healthy and just want a convenient tasty breakfasts than those who are ill and need an easily digestible breakfast so he had a little sugar a little salt to cornflakes and it just took the world by storm in one thousand nine hundred six because you could simply poor breakfast out of a box even dad could make breakfast now so it originally didn't have the title of like cornflakes weed flakes what was what was the original flaked cereal that the kellogg's invented called will their first serial basically dr kellogg thought that if you dextra nuys starch what that meant is if you bake a grain for a long period of time at a high temperature the starch molecules would break down into a simple sugar dextrose and that would be easily digested as soon as you start chewing because the salivary glands help break that down even further and then of course as you go through the gastrointestinal tract it easily breaks it down so they first started serving double bakes y back diskettes out of a whole graham greene which was whole wheat grain and that's where the term graham cracker comes from name for silvester graham who touted this in the.
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"The rest of the afternoon highs eighty nine to about ninety five in the sacramento valley clearing up tonight mostly clear after that lows fifty nine to sixty five sunny and warmer temperatures tomorrow the bay area there's a beach hazard statement in effect through tomorrow afternoon highs along the coast sixties seventies the upper eighties inland close to ninety today mostly cloudy and then partly to mostly sunny skies are forecast tomorrow with hotter temperatures up to the mid nineties inland this is fresh air i'm david being cooley editor of the website tv worth watching sitting in for terry gross some of today's most popular breakfast cereals such as corn flakes and rice krispies have a history that intersects with the seventh day adventists the early wellness movement eugenics sexual abstinence and some innovative as well as some horrifying medical interventions not something you suspect from the popular tv ad jingles today's guest dr howard marquel is the author of a book called the kellogg's the battling brothers of battle creek it comes out next week in paperback it's about dr john kellogg and his younger brother will kellogg john the doctor was groomed to be a leader of the seventh day adventists in eighteen seventy six he became the director of their sanitarium in battle creek michigan which he turned into a world famous medical center spa in grand hotel that attracted many celebrities in one thousand nine hundred eighty one his research on diet and digestion was nominated for a nobel prize as part of his dietary research dr kellogg and his brother created a new idea ready to eat cereals such as cornflakes will who was the business innovator turn those breakfast cereals into good tasting mass produced popular breakfasts marketed under the kellogg brand he founded the company in nineteen oh six all of the two brothers worked together for a long time they never got along and their relationship ended with a series of lawsuits howard marquel directs the center for the history of medicine at the university of michigan where he's also professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases terry gross spoke with him last year dr howard marquel welcome to fresh air it's funny no breakfast cereals now are often considered basically sugar coated vitamin pills the fortification of vitamins is the nutrition and the sugar gets kids to eat it but it's not very good for them but breakfast cereals were originally part of a health craze that dr kellogg created why was breakfast such a problem like if you're into health like dr john kellogg was what were the problems with breakfast as he saw it well there are a number of issues and yes cornflakes we flakes flake cereal in general were invented to be easily digested by those with upset stomachs or what was then called dysplasia the great american stomach ache and if you look at what people eight in america in the late nineteenth century or even the early twentieth century it was a very heavy an animal fats often cured meats so the very salty a lot of sugar you would have for breakfast potatoes that were fried in the congealed fat from the night before a lot of alcohol and caffeine was consumed a lot of carbohydrates and making breakfast was an ordeal so even if you made porridge or mush these whole grains took hours to melt down and make into a mushroom soft form and so these poor mothers were getting up very early on they're probably taking care of all their children all night they had to start a wood burning fire in so making breakfast was a great ordeal but john harvey kellogg invented them for the invalid people who came to his battle creek sanitarium it was his little brother will who realize you know there are a lot more people who are healthy and just want a convenient tasty breakfasts than those who are ill and need an easily digestible breakfast so he had a little sugar a little salt to cornflakes and it just took the world by storm in one thousand nine hundred six because you could simply poor breakfast out of a box even dad could make breakfast now so it originally didn't have the title of like cornflakes wheat flakes what was what was the original flake cereal that kellogg's invented called will their first serial basically dr kellogg thought that if you dextra n is starch what that meant is if you bake a grain for a long period of time at a high temperature the starch molecules would break down into a.
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"The unusual story behind some of america's most popular serials like kelloggs cornflakes a story that connects with the leadership of the seventh day adventists and the early days of the wellness movement we talk with dr howard marquel about his book the kellogg's about the two brothers who co created ready to eat breakfast cereals the older brother dr john kellogg founded a famous sanitarium and advocated a whole grain vegetarian diet and probiotics he also was very chaste and reminded both his readers and his followers that sex for anything other than procra creation really sapped the soul the younger brother will was the marketing and manufacturing genius behind the cereals also rock critic ken tucker reviews the new drake album and i'll review the new hbo mini series sharp objects starring amy adams some of today's most popular breakfast cereals such as corn flakes and rice krispies have a history that intersects with the seventh day adventists the early wellness movement eugenics sexual abstinence and some innovative as well as some horrifying medical interventions not something you'd suspect from the popular tv ad jingles today's guest dr howard marquel is the author of a book called the kellogg's the battling brothers of battle creek it comes out next week in paperback it's about dr john kellogg and his younger brother will kellogg john the doctor was groomed to be a leader of the seventh day adventists in eighteen seventy six he became the director of their sanitarium in battle creek michigan which he turned into a world famous medical center spa and grand hotel that attracted many celebrities in nineteen twenty one his research on diet and digestion was nominated the for a nobel prize as part of his dietary research dr kellogg and his brother created a new idea ready to eat cereals such as cornflakes will who was the business innovator turn those breakfast cereals into good tasting mass produced popular breakfasts marketed under the kellogg brand he founded the company in nineteen o six all of the two brothers worked together for a long time they never got along and their relationship ended with a series of lawsuits howard marquel directs the center for the history of medicine at the university of michigan where he's also professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases terry gross spoke with him last year dr howard marquel welcome to fresh air it's funny no breakfast cereals now are often considered basically sugar coated vitamin pills the fortification of vitamins is the nutrition and the sugar is it gets kids to eat it but it's not very good for them but breakfast cereals were originally part of a health craze that dr kellogg created why was breakfast such a problem like if you were into health like dr john kellogg was what were the problems with breakfast as he sought well there were a number of issues and yes cornflakes wheat flakes flake cereal in general were invented to be easily digested by those with upset stomachs or what was then called dispatch zia the great american stomach ache and if you look at what people eat in america in the late nineteenth century or even the early twentieth century it was a very heavy an animal fats often cured meats so the very salty a lot of sugar you would have for breakfast potatoes at were fried in the congealed fat from the night before a lot of alcohol and caffeine was consumed a lot of carbo high hydrates and making breakfast was an ordeal so even if you made porridge or mush these whole grains took hours to melt down and make into a mush or a soft form and so these poor mothers were getting up very early on they're probably taking care of all their children all night they had to start a wood burning fire and so making breakfast was a great ordeal but john harvey kellogg invented them for the invalid people who came to his battle creek sanitarium it was his little brother will realize you know there are a lot more people who are healthy and just want a convenient tasty breakfasts than those who are ill and need an easily digestible breakfast so he had a little sugar a little salt to cornflakes and it just took the world by storm in one thousand nine hundred six because you could simply poor breakfasts out of a box even dad could make breakfast now so it originally didn't have the title of like cornflakes or weed flakes what was what was the original flake cereal that the kellogg's invented called will their first serial of basically dr kellogg thought that if you dextra is starch what that meant is if you bake a green for a long period.
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"Lawsuit it went for almost a decade going all the way to the michigan state supreme court and the basic question was who had the right to use the new aimed kellogg on a box of cereal uh now going for john harvey's case you know he was more famous who was a worldfamous dr he wrote books he was a bestselling author of people came to see him for his digestive advice he thought he was the guy and we'll said well no wait a minute everybody who here's the name kellogg's things have cornflakes talon by that time this is you know early nineteen they did and the judges agreed with wheel and he won the case and poor john harvey had to pay all the legal costs and everything else and he could only put his name in tiny writing on the bottom of the box any cereal he created and of 'course was very easy to steal a patent for cereals kellogg's learned all you have to do is change one little step and then you can't really be sued by the person who holds the patent so uh will later beat of meant awful brann cereals even though that was truly john harvey's creation but the two you know there was a lot of bad blood between them in then after of the lawsuit they rarely if ever spoke to one another again we'll made sure there was always a witness when they did speak to each other because he never knew what john harvey would say about him so i have to tell you when i was growing up battle creek was this kennedy thick place for me because i have breakfast cereals for breakfast and whether us poster kellogg's the.
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"Address would be battle creek an hour i would like stare at the stare at the cereal boxes when i had breakfast and there wasn't much too reid on them zero is seeing the name battle with the event there is always a like a a come on on the boxes were at like if he wrote to the icc dress in battle creek you'd get a free something or another you know right a souvenir of the cereal and so it would all lead back to battle creek and i had no no idea what that wajed what mantle it sound like a really interesting name battle yeah who knows who knew what kind of battles went on there and help reduce the theory of and since you live close to battle creek and actually took school trips there was at a mythical place in your mind you saw the reality of it well 1966 it was because cereal city was in full operation so the'real city is that letter lescot yeah that's what they call the cereals did and it it you know if you were a michigan is i i was a you took too big field trips one was the ford motor company in dearborn michigan which also had a mythical uh uh sensibility too many children up but you took a trip to battle creek so you went into this factory which was pristine and everyone was wearing white and there was stainless steel device is all chugging in moving and doing stuff and there were these conveyor belts serve literally there were five miles of conveyor belts in the factory that went all the way from the granary where they took raw corn uh or wheat or what have you and you follow this path with the uh too noor guide all the way to the boxing room where you had fresh boxes of cornflakes or sugar frosted flakes or what have you and the smell was overpowering i still remember that smell of toasted corn and uh then they gave you a fresh box and that fresh box with the best box of cereal i've ever go ahead and to some extent i'm still searching for that wonderful fresh box well howard marquel thank you so much for talking with us we'll think so much terry it's just been thrilling to have the opportunity to speak with you today dr howard marquel as the author of the new book.
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"Came to edit their magp does he called the health reformer which john harvey later changed the name to good health because he realized that people don't like reform they like to be healthy but they don't want somebody telling them to reform and so they realized that john harvey could be the head of their health avenue their health section of the domination now the white founded uh what became the battle creek sanitarium which was a world famous medical spa grand hotel and medical center but they called it the western health reform instituted was basically a house where quickie doctors lectured about things and serve bad food and people didn't come back but they realized that john harvey could be the new leader but he had to get a good medical education and when he came back to battle creek he was tapped to takeover of the western health reform institute and he said i'll do so on one condition that i get to run it and i get to run it not only on religious principles but unscientific prints the polls because he wanted desperately not only to be a good seventy advantis but to be well regarded in the medical profession uh people from all around the world came to battle creek to to heal some famous people to who are some of the famous people who came while he treated many presidents including warren harding and william too after you treated william jennings bryan the democratic hopeful uh he treated eddie kanter the comedian uh he tweeted johnny weismuller tarzan who would go into the dining room and do a tarzan y'all to begin the meal uh he treated amelia erhart uh and so journal truth he treated uh uh and on and on and on so it's really interesting that cornflakes and all of the kellogg theory else have a direct connection with the seventh day adventist yeah it's really up because that grain diet was very important to the adventist and of course uh dr kellogg found in his study of gastroenterology which we only think if anybody thinks about science at the turn of the last century you think about germ theory and bacteriology and infectious diseases or the cleaning of the cities and water supply but how we eat and digest our food with probably the second most the important field in medicine and so he.
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"Madam this is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guest after howard mark how he's the author of the new book the kellogg's the battling brothers of battle creek and as about the kelleh brothers one of whom was deep into health he was a doctor and created a sanitarium where wellness was the fame and his other brother was the basically the marketing genius who popularised the flake cereals that the brothers cocreated like cornflakes and of course the other brother will kelo created kellogg's cereals so another thing that he was in the forefront of wish probiotics he believed that acid novelists yes which is one of the most common probiotics now would help you maintain a healthy digestive system new described his like basement laboratory in which he studied fecal specimens on under the microscope comparing the fico specimens of people who took acid offer us with those who didn't i mean who else was doing that back in the turn of a century and the turn of the 20th century there was a man named anri to see a at the past your laboratory in paris and uh dr kellogg often travel to europe to learn our new techniques and new ideas it was really funny he started as a passionate believer in seven day adventurism health reform and he kept along those ideas throughout his career but as science and medicine progressed he would read up on these he would speak to the people who were making these discoveries and he would shoehorn and shape these discoveries to his own worldview so he work with dr to see a at the pest your lab to study acid awful us and he found that uh people whose guts were populated with acid off lewis did far better in not having digestive diseases than those who did not he also so found that soya milk was a much better medium for the propagation of acid off wawas and that babies who were fed soy milk acid off lewis did far better than those who were treated cow's milk but not nearly as good as those who are treated breast milk human breast milk regularity was an obsession for dr kellog.
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"And then quaker oats partnered uh with chicago's northwestern university and linda van horn in 1980 six uh because they had a similar study about out bran cutting cholesterol right so they're starting to say will kellogg didn't get in trouble is try the sir selves and they went out in there they hired wilfried grimly remember his aheads yeah i uh i think it told the story belt working with them oh yeah was any like the antithesis of what now his his persona west yet the word got around there were like this you know just it may be a short day because that's how it goes with them sometimes it's fun and i think it was a thick we wrapped it about half day 'cause he was dislike i'm done i'm cantankerous but in the meantime when the cameras are rolling he he told everybody that eating quicker o'brien was the right thing to do and it would cut your cholesterol that's right and then this book came out said things are starting to build here for opri in this book came up called the eight week cholesterol cure by guiding robert eko wall ski and it chronicled his the decline of his ldl the bag cholesterol um just for meeting in opri and diet and that book became extraordinarily popular there supposedly was the these one of the the greatest selling a selfhelp health books of all time it just took off yet and then yet another thing happen this is the thing this is like where the peak began the um i think the journal the american medical association april nineteen eighty eight published a study from the university of maryland where these researchers found that yet eating oat bran could really significantly lower your cholesterol and not only that it does it for a six of the price of the um expensive cholesterollowering drugs that's right and people eight even more about brennan strike the trend is developing casey i think it's fully developed this point.