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Advanced Gut Health: How to Handle H. Pylori

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

33:19 min | 2 months ago

Advanced Gut Health: How to Handle H. Pylori

"Welcome to the green wisdom. Help podcast with dr steven anjanette louis where you will learn about natural solutions to common ailments and now here's your host. Dr stephen and janet lewis. Hello and welcome to this week's edition of the green wisdom show. I'm janet lewis dark loose and today we are going going to talk with you. A little bit about your gut health A little bit more specific gut health. You know you always hear his talk about Trains moving through tunnels and probiotics and digestive enzymes. But many of you might not have heard of something called h. pylori and so today show is about advanced. Get help how to handle h. Pylori dr lewis. Could you start us off. Ed explained to us about what h. Pylori is how do you know if you have it and what do you about it. And why doesn't anybody ever talk about that. Well i think if you have Some or many of the symptoms that we're gonna talk about today that you do need also to see an md gastroenterologist because there's all sorts of things that it can be H pylori is pretty onder diagnosed. I think there's other that could be so. Please get a medical diagnosis. Also and for those of you that You know unfortunately there's some people get started in. Just don't have the courage and faith Look those words up and define. They don't have that enough courage and faith to stick with it. Because here's what you need to always. Is that new. Beginnings are generally disguised as painful endings. So if it's painful stick with it there's always something better on the other side you know willie nelson saying that song. Bring me sunshine. That's right that Maybe we are talk about about what the symptoms are h. Pylori and then maybe then you'll be able to relate to a little bit better about maybe that's something you have and don't know you have and i know some people have had testing for it and then they say oh i got better but i still have symptoms again now. So i'm gonna let dr lewis explain why that happens and But some of the some of reasons or reasons you may have h. Pylori can include an ache or burning pain in your abdomen abdominal pain. That worse when your stomach is not full. That's a elvis song hunk a hunk of burning love. Yeah usually you know. Bloating is one of the signs as well. But you know Having your stomach not full and having pain is an interesting concept nausea loss of appetite if you're having frequent burning in your gut or unintentional weight loss so those are some of the things that can be aside of h. Pylori and dr lists for people that have had h. pylori and they think that's gone and then they still act like they have symptoms is gone Most of the time no. It's been my experience. Whether you treat it this way or medically or both. And i think both is usually the appropriate why it generally will come back and there are a lot of reasons for this And i've had a lot of many people that would do the breath test. Which is you know. Easy noninvasive. And i tested negative. And i said. I don't care we're going to treat it like it's that anyway And people get remarkably good success and again please. Don't try to diagnose yourself off a list that we give you because these lists can be many other things we're going to give you the list of things but it could be h. pylori but it could be stomach. Cancer pancreatitis pancreatic cancer. it could be an aneurysm. Ebdon lander is make a b. So many other things or a reflex you know coming from a heart problem but You know the thing that kicks me into thinking. H pylori they. Well even water upsets my stomach and barnes and makes me want to throw up as he by got it and it can be upset stomach acid indigestion and that could be other things to gastritis ulcers and then there's all this information it says well h. Pylori causes ulcers. Maybe or maybe just the conditions are so wrong that you develop ulcers in the h pylori takes over so who knows. But if it's unrecognized many times it can go on to cause cancer of the stomach and as be careful diagnosing and treating yourself And that's a good point with the water. The water hurt your stomach because the other part of that is If you drink tea like the tannin's editor in the t actually calm down h. pylori so it's good sexy. Thank you got so team makes your stomach better than that's a cheap way to find out. Maybe that that's what you have and what is h. pylori exactly. It's it's called halio kobe. Kobe actor pylori and it's a small spiral shape. Bacteria often seen in the gut and it can be quite tom. And it's often a symptomatic. It can be considered a normal member of your gut. Flora yes it can be and but however when your gut balances off and h. Pylori proliferate unchecked it can lead to disastrous result salt such as ulcers and cancer like dr lewis talked about. So that goes back to what we've talked about in the past with leaky gut type issues. Correct yeah and you know. There's plenty of research you know read gobs a research That say there's a antibodies in about ninety four percent of the people that you can see the antibodies thirteen years prior to Stomach cancer being diagnosed. But here's an interesting thing. I'll let me back up back down another rabbit trail. She's talking about the Tannin's in tea so the stronger t would work. And i don't care if it's going to your black tape but there's i'm really sort of not kidding on this one but Oak acorns have massive amount of tannin's in it. So if you've got guts enough to do it go choo ona acre n- off your oak tree quite occas the least offensive. And if you can chew up the acre and it makes your stomach feel better try it and janice looking at me. Like yes darling. That's a country thing the heart acres off the tree. Your will the indians used to soak them in a sack in the stream to they'd crush the shell i in sacramento sac stream and it. Let the the stream wash out a lot of the channels and then they would make a flower out of the acres see. That's why i hang around you you just like some kind of little pilgrim from back in the day a lot of crap and she leaves me. I don't know about crushing it. Now as i have to wait for a squirrel to bike through and grab it or something from it we've got you know hundreds of thousands in our backyard now Here now okay. Back down the rabbit trail shoes taken to There was a study has said more than sixty percent of everybody over. Sixty years of age had h. Pylori residing in their stomachs. Then they did a follow up. Study says eight percent of the spouses that had h. Pylori also had the infection so that means the thirty two percent that the spouse didn't have it they weren't kissing their spouse. Because yip you can get it kiss to kiss really so it's breathable baby. Wow so you could cure yourself and your partner can have it and give it back to you. Yeah they your partner gives you back a lot of other things too. Okay i think good. I did have a partner claim. Sorry folks it's gonna get better. I promise you. Wow this is i opening. This is not in her notes. I don't know what she's going on. We're just gonna start taking the exact same product so we make sure everything's just just dead or whatever that is our product is vodka go from bourbon alcoholic. Kill it so what. damage can h. Pylori 'cause It can cause a low grade inflammation in the lining of your digestive system it inhabits and eventually it this inflammation called gastritis starts causing symptoms such as an upset stomach pain hick ups or belching. And you might think it's something like well it's gluten sensitivity because these symptoms can mimic each one of them can mimic the other thing and gluten. Does the same thing to the line into the small intestine and those with celia disease. So if you think leaky gut well. We don't have enough digestive enzymes in most people don't have enough Acid but they have too much and that's not really true most of the time Then if you don't have enough acid to sanitize your stomach then you can go further down into the small intestine and create havoc there and so digestive enzymes and probiotics are always a good good good thing but there some products better than others and people tell me. I'm taking a pro body. You don't hear you're getting that junk from the big box store and obscene under microscope. Most marnie been alive. So you're making yourself feel good mentally. It's not doing anything physically well and we had a lady that came in here She lives here locally and because she was having some of these symptoms and we kept telling her you know she she was actually a nurse and we could. We told her you need to go. Get your stomach checked and get checked. H pylori or go bladder problem or something. Because she'd lay down at night and have these symptoms and to the point she was she was about to throw up and she had to wear she was coming in here buying a product from us because it gave her immediate relief and it was called. it is called digest ease. I'm like dr lewis explained kind of why it works. But that's what's woman was buying three bottles of this week. Because she says the only thing that works and this was the wife of another doctor here in town i said good lord half him take you to a gi doctor. Please and Well once upon a time. Janet said dotted us and mastic gum. She said were to come from. I said i don't know. I read it twenty years ago or some time. I don't know where this stuff comes. Same place the aac. The acorns come from with the indians making making tee. Whatever it is you said you know. She saw an animal on tv the other day. And i said it's a south american tapir and she said have a heck. Did you know that. I said well you saw one in in belize. She didn't remember taper there so common. Well it's a rodent kind of cross between a pig and a beaver. I guess But this the digest as oh my god good it's got digi l. which is very very soothing to their -tated lining of the stomach and small intestine but then it has the mastic gum. And you know. I tell people just just chip tablet. He really really yucky. Likes some pretty yucky dart. But it tastes better knees to and i don't have you know i i've always had silent reflux says. Amd my dentist and my little flap that holds the acid back in my throat. Doesn't work good so at night. If i go to bed with the stomach to full and i'm just saying so y'all can relate maybe if the stomachs full inist facet starts coming up. I'll get up in the middle of the night and go choose. Choose one of these digestive and oma guy symptoms. Go away so don't go to bed with a full stomach to start with and this Digest cheese is so good that thorough people said you know i could bootleg this stuff and sell it for three bucks a tablet. You really start getting used to it. I when you have it. You're thinking it tastes pretty good and then as a guest to the in you. It don't taste so good but when you have bad symptoms like this you actually like. It actually is kinda crave it. That's why you shouldn't judge somebody else. Because if i judge what she just said by my experience. I'd say she's full of something. Well you know what. I carry these in my purse all the time and after hearing you talk about being able to give h. Pylori back and forth. I'm gonna start giving these to people for breath mints. i'm gonna start down. It is a breath mint. You need to have one of them. Well that's you know that's another thing if you have bad breath it's very possible improbable that you have. Hbo or at least intestinal despite houses. And i've lost several patients coz i said well i have bad breath. I said you've gotta clean out your stomach. Intestine make sure your living gallbladders working it and then claimed the colon and they didn't believe me but Sorry they still have bad breath You know when you get this Whether it's just eight lawyer. Different pathological bacteria fungus different parasites Y- with the low stomach acid that allows that to live it stops or very much impairs your ability to absorb nutrients such as calcium iron folic acid b. six twelve and tell people what it looks like. You're be six kosher. Low liver enzymes. And if you don't have be sakes you can't let the neuro transmitters or the happy hormones crossed the blood brain barrier and you're not as healthy mentally. You're stressed you're anxious. You're depressed your anger. And i had a lady yesterday from washington she said holy. Cast like you've been reading my mail unless you don't look that why she said no. I'm crazy in my husband will love you and b twelve. You'll lack full. Brian function but she won't have energy and folic. Acid is a really really weird one about some experts. Say we have about fifty percent of us. Have this Genetic snip s. n. p. That we can't utilize folic acid anyway. So that's why are supplements have the really good stuff. It's t h f. Five menthol tetra underfunded. Anyway we've got the good stuff and so this can be easy much easier to absorb while we heal the Inflammation of your gut the gut leak in this or whatever. It is through nutrition. And you want to know another odd way that you can get h. Pylori if you didn't think the kissing and sexual transmission way was enough you could actually drink contaminated water. And that's water that's been contaminated with fecal matter and is unknowingly swallowed because so many people do that. That's why i don't swim in people's pools because i've seen little babies that mail you figure it out in lakes and streams as well. You know you're supposed always drink uphill from the herd mark that mark that down to you know that this is just you know you can take all this stuff and try to healthy but then you do something trying to have a little fun one way or another and look what happens so animals another way is that you can transport it is from an animal because it says a zoonotic bacteria. Don't kiss your dog or don't let your dog kiss you because you know what your dogs been down there. It doesn't mention dogs cats. I'm gonna disagree because my dog dogs after her desk sheep goats cows and cats can transfer the infection both via milk and. Vc's do not be a cat hater. No i like cats but you know x y say but the kissing part of your cats you know you can't expect that though from litter boxes and stuff but I don't know it just amazes me how you can get this stuff Anyway you can reach out to a doctor for further testing. This is not something that we can see on regular lab work. So if you're thinking hey. I've done your lab you've never mentioned i have h. Pylori that's because we didn't run that specific test to too because i've seen them come back negative but still the people most treat you that way anyone get well and it is available as a blood test and you go see your md for you to make sure that gastritis is not. You know pancreatic cancer or whatever c a good gi doctor. While you're taking our stuff's a smart thing to do. Yeah so Again it looks like it goes back to getting your gut healthy correct and not getting the the uneven population of the bad bacteria versus the other bacteria. And that's why you know we tell you to take our probiotics and then take a different kind of product. We've got all kinds of good probiotics. And i'm a. I'm a real quickly. Go over some of the list in case we hadn't heard talked about some if you have an autoimmune disease digestive insufficiency poor diet. Everybody has a poor da- people say. But i eat goodness like no you. Don't you eat better than some but is still not good. Because super good food doesn't exist. Nutritional deficiencies intestinal despite assists If you're taking medications in yano medications are very necessary. But they are robbers of nutrients food allergies food sensitivities. We've told you about our new testing. That really really digs into that. A deep way for not that much money and mal. Absorption because the disease chemical sensitivity rain fog or toxic and supple off the thing. The thing to start with and this is a new product. It's called b. spore. Which is the bovine derived immunoglobulins so immune system with spores. I mean this is a kick but good disease. Busy spider does matter. Because i'm looking at the immunoglobulin g holy cow. If you knew what that did you take a lot of it. But it's got the spores from all sorts of good things. Let's see how bad i can mispronounce. Some of these bacillus coagulant bacillus colosio sub to loose. And in those of you that already familiar with our sba protect That's basically what we've done we've taken. Sbi protect and mixed it with the the spore probiotics and made a combination of them so it helps heal leaky gut and put the good bacteria in. Yeah so what it does is Increases the mucosal immunity and it binds the harmful toxins. It helps the Micro by micro biomed diversity. I guess that's a good way of putting without disrupting all that while protecting you with the immunoglobulins and it's really really good. Because these species these particular species they communicate back and forth they produce active compounds that deter unwanted organisms. It doesn't matter if it's icy or any other one. And they have really an intelligent networking system. The cells do communicate if you want to know more about that. Read ten percent human or the microbiome dot. Those are two really good books and it inhibits the growth of undesirable bacteria which goes way beyond h. Pylori well and then. I wanted you to also talk a little bit about how h pylori altered your stomach acidity And so do some medications by loring lowering their stomach. Acid people are told they have too much acid. Yeah and then. They are put on a medication to lower the stomach. Acid burana acid reducer. Your tag you're it right. Those people are probably prime for h. Pylori because now the these bacteria are comfortable in the gut. Because you don't have enough stomach acid anymore. it's usually just the opposite rights. Usually really don't have enough stomach acid and the doctor take too much. We're going to give you this drug reality is you. Don't have enough and then you take this drug and now this bacteria just sets up camp and says hey i've not being burned out so You know we use Battalion hydrochloric acid because it is to help burn through some of these bad bacteria correct. And it's really good to digest protein amongst other things and many people don't digest protein real. Well we'll guess what psalm of the pathological organisms are covered with their covered with protein. And another way you can get bad bugs in your system. Is people say well. I i got a little food poisoning. I think the last time i threw up was when i had some chicken. Cacciatore and janet didn't cook it. it wasn't her cooking. I thought i was gonna bill anyway. This is really good stuff. We've had some people that have had some incredible results after years and years and years of not getting results anywhere else and always tell people. The missing part of the equation was your body's innate ability to heal itself but it needed something to work with such as the raw materials such as extra nutrients. And it's interesting if you don't take care of these h. Pylori i mean you think oh l. So they live there. they actually From the safety of the gut lining h. pylori releases. Its toxins. so you're gonna have to think of it as like a parrot parasitic type Thing these toxins attack and kill your stomach sales but the bacteria does not stop there at detaches from its previous position and migrates forward to kill more cells so one by one hole begin to form in your gut lining. And that's what dr lewis is talking about our sbi spore that The sbi part of it actually helps go in like a clay or or kind of glued to help seal those holes back and the people that have auto immune problem leaky gut l- Sbi part which which helps deal with the zone. Yellen for that know about that but and it doesn't have to be h pylori but i'm a lead up to that. It can be candidate or different topic. Yeast at has an overgrowth from excess of sugar or carbohydrates alcohol holy cow that hurt. Antibiotics chlorinated water. And you've gotta understand folks if you're eating commercially grown chickens and behavior and pigs. You're getting antibiotics. This can lead to intestinal inflammation and drum roll. Please h. pylori has been associated with wheat intolerance which think gluten which leads to see lack disease and leaking s from the american journal of gastroenterology. So you'll have to say this word because you're really good at. It's super sexy when you say it's the i'm not gonna try. The first portion of the small intestine called the. I know you're really really good at this. Because you're a chiropractor. And i have heard you say this word meeting many times. Do autumn odd. That's it is the right one. That's it oh good. I guess is the first portion of the small intestine stomach and it's affected some people say Dudin but You've heard of duodenal ulcers. I have not is that mean. It's always talking to the people. listen off. Sorry well lightness will that you get a lot of duodenal ulcers and that's why we get a good opinion from a gi doctor and there are many good medical doctors osteopath. That work with people like me that do nutrition we don't step on each other and The patient with good allopathic medical care and with this natural care. One plus one equals three their synergistically. Helping you get well even more quickly. So that when you say that kinda ulcer dak you just said that's a also the small intestine well where the stomach goes into the small intestine. Yeah in the duodenum. How can you tell if you have that. I mean is it is it. Is you know the aitken pain Back when i was a kid. I'd say well you know if you have pain like you're always hungry and you keep eating and it helps a little bit and then i tell you to drink milk to coat and then we found out lighters i if you drink milk your body has to put out more acid so more acidy h hit faster. I think milk was a bad idea. Folks just in case you didn't understand their interesting unless it's goat's milk goats. Milk is really not that bad but You know there's so many things that adversely affect your gi lining in that leaves you a little bit more prone to having h. pylori Infections or overgrowth. And you have to remove the toxins organisms and harmful foods. In ano- i tell people tell me all day long eight goodness i know you eat better than most and i do have some people. There's labs look would way wonderful but that's the minority of the people You can do the elimination diet or the quick way is do the vibrant testing. You can look at a sample report on our website. it has blown many of our patients into brand new. Oh my god high plateau better ever increasing health just by knowing what to get rid of in your debt it. It really is awesome So once you remove toxins and organisms harmful food then you replace digestive enzymes. That's a critical Then you re inoculate with friendly organisms. That's the spore the sbs bore. We were talking about and products but sbs spore is. That's the bomb. Yeah that we are super excited about that also wanted to mention a couple of other things because you guys are having a lot of questions that i know. We're keeping you that way because we are keeping you very confused with our product lineup Between the covid and having problems getting some of the products in because they're backward for literally months at a time We've changed a little bit of our product lineup. Dr lewis Has picked out a couple of different lines that he likes it. In the meantime some were actually keeping a believe because he It seems like as some of these Products are coming back in from some of these companies. They've change some of their ingredients around in. Dr lewis is not happy with some of it so he has sought out other products. Because he wants to make sure you guys have the very best One of them is our active mega multi that we've had on back order that will be back some day But in the meantime we have an active mega multi to we are probably going to keep that because that particular one you get twice the amount of capsules in it and it's going to be about a couple of dollars less buying a double double amount of it versus the sixty count. We will have the sixty back at some point also but the two of them were a complete different makeup both equally as good summer. Hire one higher than some things one of them's hired and some other things it kind of balances out But he felt like that was very a good product to keep. The quality and absorb ability is really really good. So that's why we put the two on it. Because i don't want people to think. Oh my god you change these things. I want you to know that. I did but you know by now you should trust me. And most people do. Thank god Just talked to beautiful couple in utah. And they're really really good. They're in their fifties in her lab. Looks like they're in their twenties because they're consistent with it. So i just keep it up throw it in ask god blessed and your body long-term will do more and more so you think about leaky gut first thing you need to get rid of his dairy second thing. You need to get rid of its weight. Third thing is chocolate is great exception to that But it's just easier to do the vibrant testing to find out what you can eat what you can't rather than just try to guess and the other thing that we can that we've added in now that's live and active if you're having a hard time figuring out what you need and trying to lose weight our new Well world white loss. App is available. You'll see it on our website at green wisdom health dot com. you can actually download it From there the cost on it is twenty seven dollars. It's it's lasts for twenty eight days and The the app actually stays on your phone past the twenty eight days but for twenty seven dollars and the first twenty eight days is actually going to hold your hand and make sure that you were getting enough exercise. It integrates with a lot of the fitbit's apple watches. And make sure you have time for. Meditation is called dr seuss's handhold in white loss. I don't want codeine your hands. So janet's making me so if you like that you know. Send her chocolates. Yeah there's shooting lock chocolate soggy to eat them. There's there's a doctor. Lewis has picked the low sugar diet and He's in that it gives you recipes gives you ingredients. It gives you a shopping list of what to buy for the week. So you're aren't guessing whether or not you have the right products in your home to make these recipes. He literally is hold in your hand and helping you achieve your weight loss. We've also got the accompanying product that goes with that. It's in a box. It's called a white loss support. Packets two packets. I believe you take a day of that. You take one in the morning one. In the evening they contain Some different products. Each one of them some to help you be less hungry. Some of them to help you burn fat a little bit faster. It's got carnitine in. It are happy balance Metabol- be amar are the products that are inside of it but it is a thirty day supply so when you get the weight loss app then also order the weight loss products. Because they'll email will come to you after you've downloaded the app and then you'll have linked to get the white lost packet so We're pretty excited about trying. Help you get your health back. We'll try to help you have energy joy laughter love Because we got to take care of our own health and I think that was all my new stuff in and sadly we've come to the end of this show. I cannot believe it went by so fast but We have a whole lot more to talk about. So i guess we'll just have another show on some other subjects but dr lewis. I guess we'll let you finish off with any last things that you'd like to tell our audience Always got something. I want to say You know confidence is always quiet. Insecurities are loud. So you need to pay attention to that You know. I i said the other day about always become because someone spiting a battle that you don't know about. They're still very very true. The meaning of life has always find your gift the purpose of life to give it away always remember that no one ever injured. There is aside by looking at the bright side of things. I liked that we need to look at the bright side of things. That's really good and with that. We know the cold is all coming in here and setting in. Keep your eyes on the light and the sunshine. We hope you have a very blessed week. We'll be here next time on the green wisdom. How show once again. Our show has come to an end. 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Why LocalBitcoins Stopped Cash Trades and Has a New CEO - Ep.136

Unchained

59:19 min | 1 year ago

Why LocalBitcoins Stopped Cash Trades and Has a New CEO - Ep.136

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If you haven't yet go subscribe now wherever you get your podcasts I also find out what I think are the top stories in Crypto by setting up for my weekly newsletter at unchained podcast dot com are you passionate about blockchain but fall short and technical nichols skills to build and deploy watching locations then checkout Simba chain a smart contract is a service blockchain simplification layer on Simba chain dot com and their new enterprise offering on the Microsoft Azure marketplace cracking is the best exchange in the world for buying and selling digital assets it has the tightest security deep liquidity and a Greenpeace structure with no minimum or hidden fees whether you're looking for a simple Fiat on ramp or leveraged options trading cracking is as the place for you cypher trees cutting edge cryptocurrency intelligence powers anti money laundering blockchain analytics and threat Intel leading exchanges virtual currency businesses banks and regulators themselves use Cypher trace to comply with regulation and to monitor compliance the guest today are Sebastian Santa The new CEO of Local bitcoins Emeka and plus software developer at local bitcoins welcome Sebastian and Mika. Hello Nice to see you. Most listeners have probably heard of local bitcoins but they may not be fully aware of what it does or how it works Sebastian can you describe local bitcoins here so local bitcoins in the sense of course it's a place where people can trade with Bitcoin so they can buy and they consultate <unk> but that local bitcoins in car is that it's from people to people and of course it's different than exchange so all idea is the the it's it's it's the craigslist but especially the US us up to know dwell so it's Kinda fun blaze for beat going be able to meet and create an advertisement that I want to buy Bitcoin bitcoin but that is basically but the local bitcoin is about and Mika. Can you walk me through one example of how a buyer and a seller transaction on the platform yes so <hes> the buyer. Let's say I wanted to buy Gaza so I go to go out beat coincide and create create the account to also Chris on and we talk on by get this beachgoing wall that aspect of it is God and with this bitcoin Wallet Dyke on dress verbiage going in and out so <hes> after that I I in a search for for advertisements on on local beat guns dot com and when I found find a suitable advertisement let's say for example that I want to use a sweet do settled abandonment for the beat so I really search for for a adamant documents that advice <hes> sailing the beat goes going with sweet bay meant so after I I have found a suitable advertisement from the side I will I will start to drake by by replying advertisement and and what happens Dan. This is the amount of beat he'd gone about to buy we'd go through our escrow wallets and then lets us. We are doing the Bannon us we will. I make the dress for two to the seller of bitcoin using the speed <hes> at work on and once we both me as a buyer on the seller off the beat goes agree that does respondent this is a uh Don <hes> we both <hes> marked abatement aren't the dreyfus dominant on that point the boy and the local because dot dot com service escrow had releases the beat goes to me too. I local Bitcoin's Eh count wallets where I got then we retrial them is needed and so you named swift is one example of ways in which buyers can pay but what are <hes> and I was going to say what are all ways in which virus can can pay but obviously you don't need a list every single one but just give some examples of the full range yeah well street gabby all e Bay and it really doesn't matter walt these like a settlement die I mean if users how some unknown or new due Bam and mental in in in their local area gun also agree to you stop one so we don't in essence lead so limit the author of the trade so it's just whatever the the seller is willing to accept well mostly of course they are son aspects. It's really meeting there because of the safety of <unk> uses and so on but it's pretty much open for the USA decide that explains the other currents in the bitcoin. It's gone without a currency in what would be an example of a way that's unsafe to pay with your so the castrates while sexually disabled during the Spring and Davis actually kind of left the news especially from our competitors at noticing that we remove the castrates from them Dave actually small discussing the company if he should keep it and help people will see it but then again it's very limited how many people were still using it so we didn't say it as important anymore but it was also that there are problems with the customers because many using escrow service the whole idea is that you don't completely trust the author politics. If you trust completely out the party then you don't need extra suit can transfer bitcoin directly Walla Walla but I've been you need this cross service. There is not complete respite with the part is of course if you have to meet the person face to face Detroit the cash. It's really properly the safety issue bounden. It's also really hard for the proof that the cash has been drained it what if other that I did transferred the cash out the bud says no it did not happen so there is really hard who had to prove this kind of cases so essentially it was kind of because it would be like difficult to resolve disputes that was kind of removed as one of the options yeah. That's actually chilly. One of the reason Davis also regulation push. It's not really had that in the regulation or at that time but view demand reason was that it was safety end the dispute it did cost cost but then again kind of the benefits unused <unk> actually Mika has some numbers also collected the help of Gus threats was Mak- what percentage of the transactions were cash traits when we initially decided to to <hes> stub boarding gus on our black for the amount of revenue that was generated from from gastritis was <hes> less than half bro Obstacle <unk> revenue so it was just this this <hes> really small branch dot. We decided to got done. I mean there is Komo justification for our of the survey so so was it more popular though in certain geographies like in a particular our country for instance might be you know I don't know like twenty percent of the transactions there even if it was only half a percent of your revenue overall for all and there wasn't a clear market area or or anything like that where it was used more and then places it was more like where we had a user's anyway. They were always couple of August ghostwriters. Also there saw the light. It was quite steadily spread amongst the Marcus. It's okay we are like present. You know these. These got gusts rates in all it's. It's really confusing. Talk to me. I mean when I'm I out there. In the light encountering other bitcoin nurse on they learn learned that I've worked for the local BITCOIN's Gosh we we usually start talking about local bitcoins at many dive. Stay talk about these things that people need in some places and they exchange gas for going blindsided and that's really like a confusing for me because I I don't see Lopate guys doing that that I I mean we do that <unk> Dazs. It's it's not completely true yet. Yes you can do do also that <hes> the people who does that they so small percentage of our wishes use or <hes> that you also think of it as non existing writing but I do understand where this is coming from. I mean in the summer of two thousand thirteen the Majorie deal alligators alligators were gus strata spot already. Dan Doth the two thousand thirteen ghostwriters where only one third of the wisdom our base and when we come to the two thousand sixteen the number of gastritis was like less than five percent of I use are so we might be considered. <hes> ask platform where we're gus rates. Were done longtime goal lots. What's I mean longtime ago? In beachgoing were three years so long time I think that is definitely true <hes> but but I mean there there comes time to every bunny to like streamline the busness I and concentrate to the core the business app and when you have something that these used like our skin at generating less than half of company revenue and you are in this streamlining malt those things just like get got off. I also also vote for that. Because of course the mission is to bring Bitcoin to every city of the world of allow everybody on the planet the threat with Bitcoin saw in that picture the gushed rates is not important it started matters that really matters yeah I mean I think probably some of the anger that you kind of experience from similarly users or some. The coin is about this is that I think there are people who've you your services somewhat political at least in concept the idea <hes> of allowing people to to trade peer to peer typically means more anonymously and under certain certain jurisdictions where perhaps people don't have very much financial freedom that could be very very important service and so <hes> you know for them. I think that they view this says like an important kind of <hes> we it's almost is like for them of a political stance or or something but in a way maybe I I feel like the the passion that they feel about about that is sort of similar to just in general where you notice in politics that there tends to be some people who feel passionately about one thing and then the majority of the population unfortunately doesn't even if it's kind of a worthy <hes> stance and so <hes> yeah so. I think that's what I'm hearing. <hes> you know when you talk about the disconnect between what your users are saying and then how you see things from the business perspective and also that of course but we have no this is that it might be that in developing countries. What kind of the core things is that people on eight instead in in case of Bitcoin is speed different than invested abroad so for example the CASTRATES straights? I understand this that there is the idealistic way of doing it but if you in developing countries and you kind of want the for example safe money and save it from the inflation. I don't know if they go and see the cash option. Not It's more important than the terrorists that option shen save yourself from the hyper inflation for example but that's actually why I was asking about whether or not cash traits were more popular in certain certain geographies because in some of the developing countries are they're kind of like <hes>. Are there enough options for Payments Mints for people. Do you know what I'm saying like like in certain geographies is that the case where cash is one of the main ways that people transact and if so is that kind of preventing people in that country from getting access to Bitcoin is actually a really interesting question of course like I said the an Oxley mentioned that of course be based out this Sunday the NFL looking that it's going down and even though the more people from everywhere in the world coming inside they using less castrates but that is really interesting of course that might be the Thaddeus huge market out who are only able to use gusts and that this. I really feel that it's really important because if there is that kind of user growth there should be a bitcoin service fulltime as well yeah I would like to. I would like to argue that that we consider those countries which are experiencing hissing hyper inflation <hes> they don't like to use gas because you have to use so be bias of Gash. It's easier to to use some guy doth backs transfer or whole pie money and also what we see in <hes> in developing countries that they are they they are in many ways leap broking <hes> to to mold and Mold Beila me needs are all all these these APPs that you use on your phone phone from your phone at people are actually using <hes> ah those kinds of payments dots instead of Gash yeah that makes sense but this is really interesting folk bacon of course if I understood the coordinators of the UN is making research on this but of course there is sin this kind of societies and Lizards Organization also research take because I have to admit that me or the company of course we are not clearly it specialists to understand how in developing countries people up beheading ahead <unk> understood a bit but how they are using bitcoin unhealthy <unk> we use the going to future of course this also also our vision that would give them a service but it's really hard of course the really know how people in different markets different areas. I yeah and I actually think one other kind of <hes> difficulty in trying to do this. Research is that I imagine when and people are not under duress that then of course they're happy to use these different services but if you look at what happened in Hong Kong recently with the protests there as you know a lot of Hongkongers were using cash to pay for their subway tickets to go to the protests rather than any using any sort of payment method that could be identified back to them and so you know these like you instead of just generally looking at you know like developing countries or something would need to be maybe more specific like geographies that are undergoing some kind of political upheaval where they I don't feel comfortable transacting with their identities something like that so I understand it. It would need to be something where you would need to be kind of the right a place at the right time to to get the full picture. It's it's except like that yeah yeah so but I think that is why p you know some some of there's some pushback on this because I think some people who like the idea of peer to peer trading of local bitcoins than understand that if it's it's not offered <hes> the cash transactions than in times of duress than won't have that option <hes> so actually let's just go go back though to the very beginning <hes> how local bitcoin Scott founded the founder of the goal yes it Amir Sir saw the our our tried to drive to like find ways to buy beats going <unk> Don guy know flag didn't find any good services and ah saw it is either to create these <hes> these G- reckless die both plays where you advertise buying or selling at Austin verse version of the local <unk> created it was really like Don in a few weeks or something like that and in the beginning of of of Logo bitcoin because there was no way off creating any revenue and it may be in hall fear of the beginning winning or one year after the beginning that escrow service was introduced and with the escrow service the goal bunny was able to generate revenue us us we charge like one percent off the amount of escrow beat goings during the trade on basically that's that's the basis of the component that we still are running running broadening the enticements base and <hes> Bro adding various <unk> Shari's but users are making kings of trade and you charge that fee to the seller right yes and so are there any other services that you you have begun to offer over time or is that really you know just kind of your bread and butter and that's the main way that local bitcoin's and makes its revenue there has been like a local bitcoins. ADM's at some boy van and we had these invoicing service got sombor. Maybe maybe there are authors that I am not that well aware of but we we are GonNa fly be ah focusing on streamlining and <hes> to to the main product. I'm trying to do it a school district as we got and how has usage in reach of your platform changed over time yeah so yes he did accelerate the check the volume bloom so Hamas status transaction ongoing on the platform and this is really interesting for listeners as well so they are Blah la flick sources where you can compare different experiences ads writing poems San Services like local bitcoins going dance then we can say of course at before two thousand seven in the market less much smaller but it is growing coming steadily and of course Dan the growth was insane during that year but the interesting part deny that of course David price shirts it ended like seventeen thousand dollars pep bitcoin then in the drop down but the volume mm-hmm of local bit goes has been it has been named Blida must've save an average of two thousand seven Dan and that is insane and Mika actually not something really interesting about if the bitcoin price remain so if you can set it yes yes oh I mean I think that we have these <hes> steady growth. We have had this steady growth. <hes> from the beginning of the company they just seems to be growing and growing in but one one thing that affects the <hes> the the speed of growth is that if the Bitcoin Bryce is moving where we seem to have more growth so when the IT comprises going down. We have a little bit more growth on Wendy. bitcoin price is going up. We have a lot more growth. When the beat gun bryce days some woods stable we still have growth but it's not that bad beak when the bryce is is actually so basically basically what you would say that we are growing with the Bitcoin yeah that makes sense obviously a being kind of like an on ramp as the price grows that reflects more people coming into to the system so obviously we've been talking about kind of the way the platform has changed over time and Sebastian so wide local bitcoins change shit CEO at this time previously the CEO's were you know Zero Maya's the founder and then also I think Nicholas I guess his brother so you're kind of like the first is sort of outside? CEO So why did that change happen so the Puck Yenisei. Let me ask Nicole. I'll stay founded the company near. Ns was CEO on deal two thousand sixteen seventeen around that time and since then the CEO has been Nikolos now actually already last year Nichols has been talking that he's more interested kind of division bitcoin market describing Bitcoin scoring of course the company it has really grown huge one. It's not anymore kind of a commode that kind of position luck of human resource management and whatever and the piece more interested to deal with the pit Goin- join understand that fund it was actually saves thought of Iranians what he is saying so they are interested kind of the big and noth- really maintain the human resources stuff like that that is one thing and of course it's also the menu has better fresh is of course you get the different view of the component so new person. It's easy to know this if alcon position that needs to if they are kind of lacking inside thing if some people are stressed out because they have too much to do if there are some people hold on the enough to do so of course it's easier for somebody new to come a help us from Sebastian Hugh recently started as CEO. What were you doing before and how did you get into bitcoin and come to local bitcoins <music> coins? He actually be has the technology back on the years. I've already interested in Bitcoin already two thousand himself or something I was mining bitcoin myself but then I got more interested of technical career at the business side Ed I meant for the business management than I found it. A couple of companies and I've been in the past today for years in the management of of different companies also poured members indifference in his components but I have been following the bitcoin and especially the local bitcoin's closely asleep because because it's the biggest company in Finland that this and of course <hes> early on I've not interested than it was in create areas facilities companies but now is coming. Finally the companies are turning from the gray area to white area so of course it's. It's also easier for for me too many steps to come this kind of companies. Who are the daily office? You'll companies I but step to say I. I really think that the Bitcoin is of course it sounds really interesting. It's really it seems to be helping the people around the world. A local bitcoin itself is certainly interesting compensates. It said holiday you say me scenario such left the of the area so it's really training guide of because those people who don't have access yet and make what about you how did you you come to work at local bitcoins yes so I think I thought beat goes I. I'm around here to fail around in the beginning of a loss these on and off thing for me I would spend some time studying it and then forgetting it for awhile on so and under I did some mining writing I traded Toledo made trading off and that didn't work got some outgoing and so on lost beat goes scammers and hackers. I had just by my old we stakes so basic stuff stuff. The normal mistakes the browsers learning bitcoin at figuring out they actually actually east by <unk> by experimenting which is what I think it was the beginning of two thousand fifteen fifty that I I like finally decided to get into beat going on Bursar carry Carrere INA in it'd be going on. I thought it by get things from ADM son trying to fight locations to them. It didn't go anywhere but I made some Franson quite soon after after that I ended up working for local beat own. ATM Project I well DOT project. The company decided like back to goes straight to the main product and the project <hes> was was like sat down but I I I stayed raw started working on helping on the side and <hes> goading mostly maintaining our beat going infrastructure interest stories while I've been doing ever since actually just to go back to earlier when we were kind of discussing the philosophical circle stands for the political stance and you talked about how they really wanted to do the peer to peer trades so why was it that they didn't think Oh you know why don't we just pull this liquidity and create kind of a more typical exchange like what what's the reason for that yeah so the mission actually us us pretty old one that ring bitcoin to every city of the world and of course they really feel white in Bitcoin of course this is my my my few wiped out of Bitcoin type of different story so they could be the sole hitting me saying they wanted but of course they've mission was early on the Patriot go to efforts of the world and of course if there is an ex chains like they'll let the fix it really makes sense gos- that Bryce ice kind of sale and bypass close to each other of cost transaction costs are low but then the problem is that there is usually only one on way to buy you buy from the accents and so on and if you go in different areas different markets the problem is with finance. He's loose and so for example that if you have been to L. and by actually I have to admit that for example for my parents even in Finland it might be hard for them to kind of buy something wrong that stock experiences but then experiencing with that people to be able in slept. What is it but especially in areas like miniature it saves that it's easier for people to trade each other than the goal with the stock market and it's properly due to the hulk that not bitcoin currency the other currency is involved all right so in a moment we're going to discuss some other kind of news issues with local bitcoin such as stopping services in Iran and some some of the changes to its platform but first a quick word from the sponsors who make this show possible will the world follow France and advocate banning privacy coins will government-backed government-backed stable coins become the new Fiat are distributed and peer to peer exchanges just a flash in the PAN? 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NFL or organization but are you not sure where to begin the go-to Simba chain dot com similar chains API based approach simplifies blockchain for developers and provides a simple web application that empowers business analysts domain experts managers and executives to design their smart contracts sympa chains supports a theorem quorum stellar and many more to come they turned business analysts into API designers and non blockchain developers into blockchain developers checkout simple chain dot com to quickly build build your blockchain application back to my conversation with Sebastian Song Tag and Mika Impala so we were just talking about kind of why <hes> <hes> the founders wanted to do peer to peer exchanges and I just wondered do you know from the user's perspective like the buyers and the sellers why they choose to do trades this way rather than on an exchange yeah don't really know the reason if you have done studies on the race and appropriate differs from the market and from people to people and to be honest. I don't know if it's placed really ask people of course if on to develop the service full but of course we have to bit understand it's not better why and how service is being used by behalf not really studied that too well of course medicine that <unk> Buckland with the founders of the company and what they have this racist I missed it was really early on they found David really kind of really early early adopters with Bitcoin and with the company so of course the death timetable exchange <unk> and they find <unk> with this bet fading and of course because they are and they are a lot of competition bitcoin is it doesn't really make sense to try the local pit corn. You have an back in May I had vera executive your local bitcoins community manager and Alina Toya Million Chief Customer Success Officer on my other podcast unconfirmed and at that time. They told me they were seeing about forty to fifty thousand trades. It's a day and about maybe a half million active users every month. What are the usage numbers now? They helped reinstate state redeem wants. What's the same I mean like I earlier said that that seems like we grow grow into the beach going so I think the beat Bryce bryce hassled so stay pretty much the same same so that's why the growth of the of the user is not that much from from the main yeah also it's a short period of time and what's the breakdown between developed and developing countries when be checking that the gardens people are using for the guide of one day Australia the money we have no this the it might be a bit more US says in developing countries than in the hell interesting and when you say you're are you talking about number of transactions as opposed to the amount of the transactions or just number of users actually them so not thoroughly kind of exchanged? Oh Wow okay well. That's actually pretty remarkable because then you would expect in developing countries. The amount of Bitcoin is higher per capita simply because they're probably wealthier countries but if in the developing countries is they're kind of exceeding the amount you know not not just from a number of transactions perspective but from the BTC amount then that means that there is pretty significant trading on your platform and developing countries and I would guess that the one reason these do this exchange assist goes off course it's possible and it's easy for the year stem in the developed Congress but of course if you in developing <unk> bit bit more heart to use exchange that might be right right also I. I would like to make a blind. Maybe Greece similar also that is related today's why we have a user so much in the developing countries <hes> <hes> I e much in the in developing countries you don't necessarily have for example bank account so so to speak but to have maybe some some mobile payments mythos like an hour or something like that that you use use on your or fallen phone and there isn't really exchange ceased providing like on and off Ramps Franck got mobile payment torch <hes> so if you want to get out of that mall <hes> if you want to get the beach boys you have to have the bank account that you don't how how so you need to use us because we true us you find someone who is using the same mobile payment Madonna thoughts us you have a dyke like die wrecked role ruled to dress for your your value for moat by Bamut mental directly to go out wherever you want to go from there so yeah yeah. It's I guess what <hes> is probably very appealing about. Local bitcoins means is that it's pretty I don't WanNa say customizable to your local geography but when I mean is is very flexible so you know if you're in one country and you have this particular way where you keep your money than the you know instead of being being limited to whatever few pay options and exchange offers you can just keep browsing you know this kind of craigslist site to find somebody else who will will accept your payment option one other thing. I definitely want to urge the listeners to do is in the show notes. I'll put a link to the charts of local bitcoins trading broken out by country because it looks at this I just it was so fascinating. There are certain trends that you see and then there's just like certain outliers where you know whatever was going on with trading in that country was just particular to what was going on the not country and what I mean by that is that the charts basically show trading volume by country overtime and so there are there are a few you trends I noticed where these tend to be stable economies and essentially the trading was all L. Fairly low volume for quite a long time and then a spike in trading at the end of two thousand seventeen early twenty eighteen and then a drop back down to fairly early low levels kind of an and the for people who want to look this up like Switzerland Norway New Zealand they all kind of exhibited that sort of chart and then there was another type of powdered. I noticed amongst somewhat kind of probably I guess what you would call troubles economies where the volume just sort of somewhat steadily goes up like for instance Argentina Mexico Venezuela but then aside from those trends there are just a whole bunch of charts that really don't look like any of the others and that it was just really fascinating to see that so there's no question to this unless you guys have of a comment on on that but I was so fascinated when I was looking at these charts and actually the one other comment I wanted to make was that the US has is a very very fascinating chart because it just shows so much more trading than any of the other charts which you know I guess kind of reflects. What's that the? US has the biggest market at least for a peer to peer trading of Bitcoin but anyway do you guys have any comments about about these is charts well yeah I. I also encourage people to go and look those jars may be like why awesome we go and see what's happening there because you can actually get this feeling that you you saw this little spike in some of the sards then you uh-huh <unk> wandering while this going on in in this country and you Google and then you find out it's like a little bit breading Brigden US newsprint those charts remember any particular news events you know that you noticed of via looking at the chart notice that the of course I was already interested in local coins and we already we had these interviews on coin and so on but there was this and of course a lot lots of news ongoing <unk> Ella and in the same time I could see from the going dance that hey they is more and more transaction ongoing in Venezuela so at least for me this really astonishing moment kind of the people in the area but I have a question about the Venezuela one which I saw <hes> The New York Times reporter who covers crypto tweeted tweeted about this because since the chart is denominated in Venezuelan Boulevard race then obviously the value of that is decreasing so it is it does the chart reflect actual increase in trading volume or is it simply reflecting that it takes more boulevard is to you buy a bitcoin than it used to do. You know what I'm saying. Yes a if you if you're still talking about going down. Ask Service <hes> you can actually sweet the the nomination to DC from the right upper corner of the off off the chart so then it's of course gets little difficult then you need to remember what was the bryce price off the beat. Go back go back then and so on <hes> but we do we do going to pass this using our public. FBI Bi to create these charts so if there are are some ways to improve them. You are welcome to try. Try outs. I get the day deployed for your cell phone and tried to figure out how to present did more nicely eighty one thing about this of course it's also really interesting what we have been following as the how the bitcoin itself behests. It's not <unk> on the world markets and it's really interesting of course there's also news news from the big economic mckesson a spell that it's interesting Bitcoin has thought the act a bit like the gold all of this kind of mental that keeps the price ice and it's really interesting because we have on the history two thousand seventeen even before learned that the beat going really Bala Thailand whatever and now it starts the work beat more like a gold with Propublica the most volatile as you can get when you're talking about cold yeah well these PROPUBLICA race on by for example so if you kind of you want to retain the value of whatever for example a Lotta your thing and it might be. I don't really because that is the problem. Let's be don't really do <unk> why are using but it's just my hunch that it might be a raise and that it's because this hyper inflation so so you need some way to kind of retain the value of your salad. I'm so on and Bitcoin might need to do that. Yeah I remember I think it was vera in the last podcast. Did she was saying that some of the activity you're seeing from Venezuela is is Venezuelans trading boulevard raise <hes> into USD via bitcoin and then when they need it when when they need the money using bitcoin to treat it back to boulevards and actually what I did just now I just looked up the BTC volume of trading in Venezuela and it did spike quite high earlier this year in like of M- March roughly it looks looks like or maybe February but it's backed down now frankly actually so that's kind of interesting. I wonder what's going on there. Oh I know it's because of the coin price has gone up. Okay okay so actually let's move on to some other kind of changes that have been going on one in your business. Local bitcoins obviously stopped offering services in Iran as well which I I mean. I don't know you know it's I I mind and I think a lot of people who watch the cryptos fees it sort of feels like there's been a lot of changes at local bitcoins recently with stopping cash services now of stopping services in Iran in bringing this new CEO so <hes> what what happened with Iran service and how does that kind of fit into do whatever new trajectory local bitcoins on yeah about the the CO students really reflected this but lots lots of this change is the tests had been is days of push from deregulation of course finally finally the elements elements are seeing a bit going and of course they are acting up wishing Eric relation and so on and for example Iran the I using lots of US services for different purposes and now because Iran someplace they've accompanies. US companies who are buying services investigating that's become a continued doing business if they do business in Iran and even though of course we didn't use these services in Iran but only conveyed giving a service it'll in fall time to pay afraid and of course now we had to choose between two evils. If the continue supporting for example Iran all that is a possibility that we have to shut down shut down the whole service and and of course if our mission is at bring bitcoin deficit the of the world putting down. It's nothing really serving that mission but if the whole service down that is even worst skim area so we had the choice bates been to Abel's levels and of course that is happening and also the will be our united that we will go under the regulation yeah and it's a new finish regulation that comes into effect November right and I know on the platform you're now implementing some changes ages to meet that regulation. How does that affect the users so most notably this know-your-customer? That's that's why they are there will be tears. We have already announced therapy and of course depending that Antea you have. We have to know more about the customer of course one could go only because of deregulation but then again if you re Deb the ruling on the reasoning behind this recreation is that better the <unk> note that customer better they are able go to secure the funds so it kind of God of make sense also customer vice but of course it's really annoyance for the customers in the history of Crypto obviously is littered with exchange tax. Local bitcoins is a little bit different but local bitcoins did suffer a hack doc on its forums that enabled the hackers to post some fishing links but when you because you manage inch these wallets for people is also a form of honeypot is not something where a hacker could obtain a number of bitcoins at once yes so so if you are I don't know I'm not going to go into those about the forum forum thing <unk> just say that <hes> I think <hes> running a beat going MRIs little bit different than running any on the on the <hes> uh vet service as various <hes> money wall logged on and thus we we seem to be undergone stunt <unk> so is been it. It's been well. I'll say interesting resting in in a in a way also very stressful as being a target so to say and yes we we are. We are <hes> <hes> Gustavo Diaz Service we held some of the beat goes off our customers unfortunate- unfortunately that's how we need to do a job right this way on but we are. Let's say taking a really big <unk> to to make sure that our customers are safe so I guess what I'm asking is. It sounds on slake. Obviously there's a way were individual. People can be compromised but then it sounds like from what you're saying. There is also a way where local bitcoins coins can be compromised in that then exposes all of the users funds. Is that correct yes you are correct but the the easiest way to get attack a local bitcoin <unk> by by making mistake on your the your Seattle like us so you will sir on most of the hacker seems to like target the users themselves more more than the Shell Service and to that we of course at you get shorts on and <hes> I think we have many many many <hes> <hes> Susan Mayne blaze to guts got stoves guide off <hes> operators on trying to brother our customers like any other exchange we are we are also holding customer funds well yeah and so you're doing that not only during the period of escrow but then also if people keep their bitcoins in their local bitcoins wallet. Is that what you're saying Yes oh okay so I think I didn't fully understand how it was set up all right so one other question wanted asthma was for the bitcoin cash fork at that time local bitcoins me this decision to convert that money into bitcoins for four the users and then they simply added added that money to the users balance and subtracted a fee for doing that but then it also said it wouldn't it would not in the future support. Any airdrops folks so obviously since then time there's definitely been other forks and <hes> airdrops. I don't even know if I could count but if local bitcoins isn't giving that money to its users. Are you guys it just leaving it sitting there unused or you accessing it or what are you doing with that money. WE ARE USING IN UTAH. I mean a point about this folks of course I sort of being a CEO what folks there have been actually synced bitcoin cash. Oh Oh sorry you know what I was thinking thinking of was the <hes> the further bitcoin cash for so you're right if it was converted than that's no longer thinking of because they plus Casas. If I understood correctly it was a bitcoin for the you're right you're right right but so what so what happens to you know for instance like bitcoin gold or something which happened afterward. I think we have made creek clear that we don't we don't these was one thing that we decided to like credit useful for for the money from the four and we don't plan on doing it into future and we haven't done it also not that it's yeah yeah I think I there's no more to say about it okay but you're also not accessing the funds so they're just sort of sitting there. You know we are not accessing the you've made season to check if you don't believe me but yeah okay yeah and people can't <hes> with raw them themselves themselves. I guess I so we'll go bitcoins just always st with Bitcoin or would you ever consider adding any of the other crypto assets so now recall correctly we are supporting some what de payment mental reactionary supporting of course not vitesse crop as a payment payment would fiasco pulled in something but this time he's at the moment that the Bitcoin is leading the cryptocurrency back and that's why we are also using it because of course supporting Autho cryptocurrency is caused fos. A nomination is being this new markets doc. It's which is stay up Republican speculating on Crypto smut stay using it for other purposes saw the current stance is that we you stay with Bitcoin and Sebastian as the new. 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Ep 28 H. pylori: Don't try this at home

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Ep 28 H. pylori: Don't try this at home

"Right. I decided that I was gonna have to drink the bacteria myself. I thought I would just be having no symptoms for a few years after which I would have an ulcer and then Hallelujah. It'd be proven actually, I was very shy about this experiment. I didn't tell anyone not even my wife or Robin until afterwards. I asked my boss in gastroenterology Ian Hislop to do an industry for me, one day as he put the scope down me. He was saying berry, I'm not gonna ask why I'm doing this. And from around the tubing gritted out, just take the biopsy. So he took some biopsies from me and they were all clear Novak Titu, then I infected myself with bacteria that I'd cultured from a patient who did not actually have Alzheimer's, just indigestion and gastritis. I was able to radically his infection with some antibiotics. So Alrighty, I knew that I could if necessary take a treatment, which worked on this bug. I had some safety features built in I thought I drink the bacteria and. I, I was okay. But instead of being perfectly well, and having a silent infection after about five days, I started having vomiting attacks typically at dawn, I would wake up run to the toilet and vomit. And it was a clear liquid as, if you had drunk pint of water regurgitated, it straight back, not only that there was no acid in it. I remembered from my medical student days that if you have a meal where you drink so much beer that it's coming back up straightaway. It doesn't have any acid in it. I knew there was something unusual about vomiting and not having acid. And this is just one experiment on yourself. And you say, am I imagining this until I had another biopsy? I couldn't know for certain that I had the bacteria finally after ten days, I had the biopsy had another endoscopy and the bacteria were everywhere, in the lining of my stomach. There were absolute millions of the white cells that we call plus cells polymorphic, there was no acid being produced by my stomach. I was very uncomfortable without indus-, copy gagging and throwing up, but I'd proven that the bacteria could infect a healthy person. And cause guests rightous I'd proven Robbins disease. Really good on. I love that one. The words from the man himself air Marshall. So that was from an interview conducted by Dr Norman swan in two thousand eight for the Australian academy of science. Sarah didn't read it in an Australian accent. I'm not everyone will forgive you. They'll be thankful for. Hi, I'm Erin Welsh, and I'm omen, Updike. And this is this podcast will kill you incident. We're talking about helix. B-actor pylori, wonderful little bacteria, such a gym. Okay. So before we get into all of the nitty gritty of the horrible things that can do to you. Let's get into the nitty gritty of what we're drinking. What is our warranty ni? Well, of course, it's berries. Beaker. Berry because Barry Marshall, one of the co-discoverers of this link between h pylori and also gastritis etcetera, etcetera, who we just heard from in our first hand account. And so imagine as you're sipping scoring teeny that you are berry Marshall taking that sip of the inoculate of h free to give yourself. Gastritis so yum in the name of science, the all in the name of science. That's what we cheer sue today. So what are we? Cheers ING with what's in this drink. Oh, yeah. Okay. So it has got coffee because coffee definitely exacerbates, ulcers ulcers. It's got well hall in the form of right whiskey. It's got chocolate liqueur. An hazelnut syrup. Yes. Yes. Yes. Still ish. So post the recipe for that quarantine and for our non alcoholic, placebo. Rita, Oliver social media pages TWA y on Twitter, and this podcast will kill you on Facebook and Instagram. And we'll also post it on our website, this podcast will kill you dot com. Where if you haven't already, you can also find our merch. Yep. All right. So should we just jump right into the podcast today? Yeah. I'm really excited about this one. We to we're always excited though, like I know it's, it's good. After this quick break. Pylori the bacterium dump dump down. He go back to pylori is a gram negative bacterium and the truth is that over eighty percent of people who are infected are ACM to Matic. That's probably at least one of us. Yes, -gistically speaking tally likely. So that's interesting. I never thought about getting tested view having any ulcer symptoms or guest rightous no having some right now. But that's unrelated. Another Brita for breakfast. Well, you know. Okay. So h Laurie is shaped a little bit like a helix, which is where it gets the name helix b-actor from, but it's not a spy rookie like spiraled bacteria. It's actually just a curved, rod and importantly, it has fled Gela on it, which it uses to move, and it's very highly motel bacteria, and that'll become even more important as we talk about the pathophysiology of this disease. So the transmission is actually not entirely clear, which I think, is so interesting. Yeah, that is really interesting. Yeah. We don't really know how people get infected. The thing is. It's estimated that up to fifty percent of the world's population is infected with H Lori. Is it vertically transmitted them like mother to offspring? Great question. I haven't seen any data that suggests that it's directly, vertically transmitted most of the data that I've seen suggests. That it's either fecal oral or just through saliva. Okay. So it could be that mothers pass it to their offspring indirectly, but not directly through what we would normally consider vertical transmission. Okay. Okay. Yeah. It's very interesting that it's unclear how this bacteria. That is so widespread is actually transmitted. And so it's is because it could be transmitted in many different ways. It's likely not just one. I mean potentially. Yeah, I really don't know. That's not what I was expecting. I know it's not what I was expecting either cool. It's yeah, there's not a lot of evidence that necessarily persist in the environment. But the fact that it's so widespread suggests that maybe it actually does somehow and the other thing is that it's really easy to infect children, but the people who tend to be most infected are actually dolts and not necessarily children. So that's pretty weird too. So children clear, the infection may. But then, do they get reinfected? Or is it just that they actually don't get infected as children? Like if you screen a bunch of children, most of them are not going to be infected if you screen a bunch of adults, a lot of them will be infected but children are just as susceptible as adults. And usually, if you have something that transmitted fecal oral, you might think that children would get it more frequently than adults because they're more likely to poop in their mouths and things. Yeah. Anyways, we don't know exactly how it's transmitted but we do know the kinds of symptoms that it causes. So acutely an acute infection shortly after? You're in fact, it, you can't get symptoms of acute gastritis, which, basically is just inflammation and irritation of the gastrointestinal tract. So maybe some domino pain. Maybe some nausea like good old berry tended to experience like, often you don't get any of these symptoms. What usually happens? Is that he'll go back there develops into a chronic infection, it basically just lives makes a home in your stomach Muchota? And this is impressive, because your stomach is a pretty inhospitable environment. Right. The ph is like two, it's between one point five and three point five, which is really, really acidic and on top of that. It's constantly, moving your stomach fills up with food. Food. And then it has to d- out and to keep all of the stuff that you eat from going back up and out your SAFA goose, it's always undergoing parasol sus, which are these rhythmic contractions that it does in order to push the food out into your duodenum, which is the first part of your small intestine. So it's not a static environment. It's a super dynamic environment. So how can this measly little bacterium survive in such difficult conditions? Do you wanna know I do wanna know why they're it has two main mechanisms by which it's able to survive? First of all, it has those flip Bella so flip Gela are basically protein structures coming off of bacteria that they used to swim. So once the hiccup actor pylori makes it into your stomach. It can resist being flushed out of your stomach with the rest of your food, because it can swim against the current. That's very. Powerful little fl- Gela. I know. Joe him. Yeah. Jehlum. They have like four. So you could safely Gela. Okay. Those are some powerful fl Gela. Yeah. They're really powerful. And then they can use them not just to swim against the current of parasol sus, but to swim down into the mucus that lines your stomach. So for a little bit of basic stomach anatomy, because your stomach is such a harsh acidic environment, your stomach cells produce a ton of mucus, and that mucus lines, your stomach cells in order to protect your own cells from getting eaten ROY and a rooted by that acid. So the mucus forms this, like protective lining the he'll go back there can use those jealous to kind of burrow their way in to that mucus layer. Oh, yeah, it's pretty cool. And a lot of times they actually live in that mucus layer. But if they wanted to they could swim down through. That mucus layer actually attached to recklessly to the epithelial cells. They have these special proteins called adhesions that ad here. To the epithelial cells, and that way it's another mechanism by which they can make sure they don't get flushed out. Okay. So they're very good at a swimming against the current down into your mucus and potentially attaching to your epithelial cells. So that's the first way that they're able to survive the second way, is that they actually can neutralize their own micro environment. All cool, right? Of like their own little pod of bubble a little, the bacteria bubble. Right. Exactly. So if the ph directly surrounding the 'Bacterial is too low or too acidic, they produced urea six, which is an enzyme that breaks down urea, which is a normal waste product that's found throughout your body, that when it's broken down breaks down into carbon dioxide and Monja an ammonia is a base this base neutralizes. The acid immediately surrounding he'll go back there bacteria so that they can live happily ever after in a slightly less acidic environment. Isn't that cool? That's really cool. So they're good swimmers. They can stick to your cells. And they, they changed their own micro environment to be more hospitable for their growth and survival. Okay. So the thing about each Laurie infection is that there are two different interrelated long-term issues associated with chronic H pylori infection, because, again, this is a bacteria that essentially makes its home in your stomach and lives there for a very, very long time. All right. These two different issues there related, but they're also kind of opposite, which I think is really interesting, and it seems like it's not entirely understood yet, but the, the issue that you end up with depends on where in your stomach these bacteria colonize. Okay. Okay. So if h pylori colonize is in what's called the Antrim of your stomach, which is closer to the output end of your stomach. Okay. Then what it tends to do by mechanisms. We don't fully understand. Is it causes hyper secretion of? Acid. So actually increases your acid output. And if your stomach is making too much acid that acid overflows out of your stomach and into your Wadham, this causes chronic irritation of your do autumn that leads to what we call gastric meta pleasure. Gastric means your stomach and met a pleasure means yourselves are changing in shape and type. So it means that your intestinal cells start to look more like your stomach cells. Ooh. That's really weird. It's really weird and it's not good. This leads to do onnell all-surface. Okay. Okay. So you've got acid, spilling out of your stomach into your duodenum causing irritation and sell changes that lead to ration-, which are basically holes that form in the layers of your small intestine. Okay. So I have questioned so. You said that if the bacteria are in the output end of your stomach than stomach. Acid production increases, but doesn't make doesn't that make the environment more inhospitable. So is that your body's reaction? It's not the bacteria that are producing the acid. It's your body being like wait, there's your neutralizing too much. It's a really great question. It's not entirely clear. It suggested that maybe they damaged certain cells that would decrease acid production, so then they end up over producing acid because those like inhibitory cells are damaged. It's totally unclear and it's about to get even weirder because that's not the way. Okay, good. Great. Yeah. Okay. So that's how you end up getting duodenal ulcers, if you have an H pylori infection, that's not the only thing you can end up with if h pylori colonize is higher up in what's called the body of your stomach closer to the input end of your stomach. That's like the big section. The big fleshy lump part, yak. I not not so tubular not so tubular exactly if it infects there it actually decreases acid production. Okay. Now I'm confused. I know. Right. So h Laurie, if it infects higher up in the body of your stomach. It actually tends to lead to acid Hypo secretion less acid secretion, which increases inflammation, because the cells are invading in that portion of your stomach, and they're directly, causing inflammation. So it's not the acid itself, that's causing an ulcer like it is in the doi- them. It's the bacteria itself causing ulcers in the stomach from the inflammation. Interesting. Okay. And on top of that your stomach cells. Undergo what's called intestinal meta pleasure. So now your stomach cells, look less like stomach sells more like intestine cells. They can't handle the acid that is there so that further leads to gastric ulcers and gastric ulcers can lead to gastric cancer. Okay. Hold on a second, slim just get the straight, depending on where these bacteria colonize, and your stomach. It can either make your stomach look more like your intestine or your small intestine look more like your stomach. Yes. That's bizarre. I love it is our. It's it is fascinating. And it's, it's completely different mechanisms. Right. Like, in one, you're ending up with hyper secretion of acid in one year ending up with Hypo secretion of acid in both you end up with Oeser 's and in one, you end up with cancer. And that's with the, the gastric. Yeah. Okay. So we just do terminology really quickly, because so many different words in front of all, sir. So there's peptic there's Waddell. There's gastric and his magic just an umbrella term for stomach ulcer. I believe, so. Yeah. Peptic ulcer is public diseases just you've got an. Oeser somewhere around your stomach duodenal ulcer is an also in your do autumn. So that's your, the first part of your small intestine. Those Alzheimer's, have very, very, very, very low risk of ever developing cancer. They basically you basically never get cancer in your small intestine for whatever reasons, very rare. They can erode all the way through, and then caused massive bleeding, but you don't tend to get cancer in your intestine gastric ulcers are also in your stomach. And those do have a pretty high rate of converting into gastric cancer. Okay. Okay. I think I've finally got that the occasion and the umbrella terms down thought of words. Yeah. So that's how the causes these. It's we'd we know very little comparatively about H pylori more less than I expected, quite honestly, pose a pretty recent discovery. It's true. It's true. Okay. So if you are infected and you are showing symptoms like what, what are the symptoms or signs that you experience? If you have peptic ulcers, or gastritis, or whatever else like would are there difference between the altars and the symptoms, yet, it's a great question. So you can't tell the difference. Between something like gastric cancer and just peptic ulcer disease based on symptoms alone. Because the symptoms are actually very similar, if not exactly the same why go great. So you could like is this an ulcer or cancer might be right? Don't trust Wembley on this. Let me tell you, but the symptoms include things like burning stomach pain. So people have peptic ulcer disease might often say, they have acid reflex. Okay. Right. So you might have like a burning in your sort of sub stern region. You might have a feeling of fullness or a lot of bloating in your stomach. You might have nausea or vomiting, especially if you're vomiting, something like blood, that's suggestive of something like peptic, ulcer disease. Your face looks a little horrified. Yeah. Nominating blood note yet. And then the other things that we get really concerned about if you have these type of signs are things like unexplained weight loss, because maybe you're not eating as much because you have pain, when you eat so unexplained weight loss or appetite changes, and then dark stools because what can actually happen is that those can cause bleeding, and if you're not vomiting up the blood, it'll travel through your gastrointestinal tract. And by the time it comes out in the stool, it doesn't look like blood anymore. It just looks like very very dark stools, if you've ever had a doctor ask you are your stools dark. That's what they're asking about is, is their secret blood is in your did you eat beets. That's is different. The episode of Portland DO whether it's beat with Jeff Goldblum. Yeah. Is it beats? Anyway, anyway, yes. Those are the symptoms and you can't necessarily distinguish especially those more severe symptoms of peptic ulcer disease from gastric cancer just based on symptoms. So we do what's called an endoscopy, which is where they put a camera down into your stomach. And they take a look at the altar, if they find an ulcer than they can biopsy it and then figure out what's going on. Okay. Is that usually the first step is an unoccupied, if you have symptoms or do they do the breath test, or what? So the areas breath test is a test to check four H pylori infection. And yes, you can do that. So if you go to a doctor with symptoms of peptic ulcer disease, it's very likely that they'll do a your ace breath test. The other thing you can do is treat the h pylori so it is treatable. It's a little difficult to treat. There's three different medications that you give I is a proton pump inhibitor, which decreases acid production. Second is. Two different antibiotics and you take these for quite a long time. I think it's at least a few weeks of antibiotic treatment to clear that h pylori infection, and if your symptoms go away, then it was all from the pylori, and if they don't then they'll probably do follow up treatment, so yeah that's, that's pylori infection. How interesting. Yeah. Wow. Fun, little bug. I think it's definitely got a lot of tricks sleeve. It's got a lot of tricks, and we, there's so many that we don't know yet, which I think is so fun and interesting. Yeah. So Aaron how did we get here where this thing come from? I can't wait to tell you good. But I little break. Article recently released their twenty nineteen outdoor collection with three distinct styles. You'll be spending this summer in patio period, ice article, of course, is an online only furniture company, also, it's the easiest way to buy stunning modern furniture and save thirty percent over traditional prices. 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To try go to daily dash harvest dot com and enter promo code this podcast to get three cups free in your first box. That's promo code this podcast for three free daily harvest cups, at daily dash harvest dot com. Daily harvest. I feel like there's this notion of Alzheimer's and gastritis as being this modern disease brought on by this modern stressful work environment. Acidic foods lack of sleep, it cetera. But guess what, what it's not? It's, it's really old. Leave always had ulcers actually kind of so humans and H pylori have been together for thousands of years since before humans left east Africa over fifty thousand to seventy thousand years ago. Holy cow. Yeah. So which explains why there's such a huge proportion of the population that's infected. It's really just Ben with us. So researchers can actually see the traces of different waves of human migration in the genetic diversity of these H pylori, strains stuff it. Yes. I love it. When we get to talk about human migration because of disease. I know it's really cool. So basically as a general rule with this. The most genetically diverse H pylori strains are associated with the oldest migrations and the source population in east Africa when humans migrated out and then the genetic diversity decreases with each migration and distance. And so. One. So yes, that cool. Yeah, I love it. We've got this evidence of early human, and h Laureus OC Shen, and we've also got ancient writings about ulcers and guests rightous so gastric symptoms have been recorded for millennia dating back, of course, to Hippocrates. Where would we be without Bacher cheese where episode of this kill you? Nope. So, yes, Papa critise described epi gastric burning like indigestion and air, swallowing both of which are symptoms of gastritis air swallowing, just burping air. Swelling is what was written weird. Maybe it's just burping. I don't know. Around the same time as Pocchettino there's an inscription carved unappealing at the temple of Scorpius at epic Doris, that might be describing how to perform surgery on a gastric ulcer. Ooh. Quote, a man with an ulcer in his stomach. He incubated and saw vision. The gods seemed to order his followers to seize and hold him that he might inside his stomach. So he fled. But they caught and tied him to the door knocker than a sleepiest opened his stomach cut out the Ulster sewed him up again and lose his bonds. He went away hole, but the chamber was covered with his blood. Errs one-star. That's just inscribed on a pillar at temple. Yeah. I don't. We're going to do surgery on this guy against his will. I don't know. But we should add that to our like TJ pay way take a picture of this and also a personal vacation list. Oh, yes. One hundred percent. Yeah. So we also in addition to this pillar. We also have a mummy dating from a little bit after this around one hundred sixty seven BC from the western Han dynasty, that appears to have a peptic ulcer. We don't know if it was caused by h Laurie but yeah. Definitely seems possible in a moment. Oh. That's so cool that mummies are preserved so, well, that you could see something like that in the tissue. I know. So thousand years after that we get a bit more specific when even Cinna Addison ah wrote about how some of these painful or uncomfortable symptoms appear after you eat. He even went as far to suggest that the pain heartburn and thirst, felt by some people were all caused by gastric ulcer. Okay. Then in the fifteen in the late, fifteen hundreds, so about five hundred years after Vienna describe this. The first gastric ulcer was definitely described by the Italian physician Marcello dotty during this time anatomical descriptions, from dissections of human cadavers were getting super-popular. And so people were starting to take note of the inflammation, and also ration- of the Muchota in their cadavers. I didn't see anything about numbers through the ages in regards to the prevalence of gastric ulcers. I think that would be a really hard thing to estimate especially since it's been with humans for since you humans, basically. Yeah. Was probably pretty prevalent at least. And also, we can we can guess it was pretty prevalent based on how many descriptions there were of it. And how much people started to pay attention to it as cadaver dissection was a lot more popular. And then came the sixteen hundreds microscopy was developed and popularized by a couple of big names. But probably the biggest name is Anthony von linguine hook hook, the impact of technology. And also, how far it has come today really should get an episode of its own Nepi fun. Yeah. For sure love the history of microscopy. But the important thing is that microscopes allowed people to see this whole new world which had been invisible to them up to this point, essentially this led to the field of microbiology and molecular biology, because people could finally start understanding how the pieces that made up living organisms fit together bacteria were described star. Being blamed, rightfully so for something some cases for many diseases, and people started sticking everything they could find under these new lenses and stomach tissue. Or some contents was no exception. And because bacteria live on, basically every surface, ever, of course, stomach contents looked to be chock full of bacteria. Some of these microscope lookers became convinced that the bacteria were the cause of gastric, inflammation, and disease and a couple of these people had identified bacterial colonies in gastric ulcers in the surrounding mucosal and went so far is to say that these bacteria were the cause of all servers. That was in eighteen seventy five whoa, yeah. They're like, oh, those bacteria here, it seems to be in the lining. It seems to be associated with inflammation. These this is what causes the authors. So then what happened? Why did it take another hundred plus years to figure it out? Okay. Well, I'll get to that. But yeah, it did kind of the link didn't necessarily become forgotten, but it definitely was not as popular as some of the other leading hypotheses interesting. And so the late eighteen. And hundreds did see some other progress regarding bacteria and peptic ulcers gastritis, for instance, the pathologic Arnold see clubs who is son of the clubs for whom clubs yellow is named he spotted a bacillus in the gastric glands, which he noted were inflamed. And so this could be the actually, the first sighting of h Laurie infectious gastritis in humans. And then there wasn't a talion anatomist named biz ozo- that who reported his findings of Spyro like organism in the stomach lining of several dogs that he studied, which was probably a helix b-actor species. And remember those two guys, who I just mentioned that the first declared this link between gastric ulcers and bacterial infections. So even the mostly everyone else had dropped that concept they were still convinced and so by eighteen eighty eight a ton of progress had been made and identifying different bacterial species, and the diseases, they caused just in general so. These guys are picking candidate microbes such as staff, Oreos and strep to see if they caused alters when injected into the stomach of various lab animals, and no surprise. They did. But that was sort of a problem, right? Because if all of these different species could cause gastric ulcers, how do you distinguish between the types of ulcers and between whether this bacteria causes an ulcer or whether they're just general ulcer, causing bacteria right after the tool was able to induce ulcers in his Guinea, pigs? Other people started to get interested and found that a whole bunch of bacterial species could lead to Gasser duodenal ulcers, but there is still so much to be figured out and gastric ulcers were tricky business. Because like I said, you can get alteration with many different diseases. And you could induce it with many different bacterial species. So how do you pinpoint exactly which species causes ulcers for sure rather than just these opportunities? Mystic. Infections. Right. Or which, which does it in real life versus just if you injected in the lab? Exactly. Yeah. And so really what became more popular in terms of why gastritis and peptic, ulcers exist, was that excess acid that, that could be triggered by the ingestion of foods or drinks high in acidity stress etcetera. And this explanation resolved a few things that were maybe more difficult to align with the bacteria hypothesis, so often people who experienced ulcers didn't have symptoms all of the time the head flare ups, and then they would resolve after cutting back on certain foods or taking lots of anti acids. And so, during this time it was basically conventional wisdom that bacteria couldn't survive in the high acidity environment of the stomach. So if back Tiriac were found in the lesions they were probably from ingested food more. The stomach was weakened enough to allow for these opportunistic, invaders. So it was like they were secondary the where the primary rather. Yeah. Interesting. Yeah. And it wasn't so much that people weren't finding H pylori and stomach tissue. Cameo b-actor like or curved, rod bacteria had been reported as part of the gastric flora for decades. But no one had had much luck in investigating them in the nineteen fifties. Someone eighty Palmer decided to take a closer look. And he concluded that they were just normal commences of the mouth. These curved, rod bacteria were basically cast aside, as unimportant, which really kind of held back the field probably for a few decades. All right. Let's take stock of where, and when we are, it's the early nineteen eighties and the excess acid hypothesis was the prevailing one despite some reports in the late seventies of epidemic guests rightous with Hypo core hydra so low acid acid. Ooh. And findings of gram, negative bacteria and association with acute gastritis. Oh my gosh, I'm getting really excited. So the bacteria hypothesis is still hanging in there. And one of its proponents is an Australian pathologist named Robin Warren, who was working at the Royal Perth Hospital in Western Australia. Warren had hunch that the gastric ulcers she had seen in patients over the years had bacterial origins in nineteen eighty one. He had written a letter to another doctor asking whether there were any gastroenterologist that wanted to work on uncovering this mystery with him. And this doctor just happened to show this letter to young physician named berry Marshall berry, who had just started his gastroenterology fellowship term. We would have to come up with a research project to do. This. Be gets my first year fellowship by ninety two project. Oh, this sounds great. And then it's. H. Pylori gosh. It's it would be incredible. And I mean, I think it was like so from all of the different things that I read their personalities were perfectly suited to one another, and to solving this problem because you have Robin Warren who seemed from what I read to be very methodical, very detail oriented, very sort of, like step one. Step two. Step three, and then on the flip side of that you have this young like sort of energetic. Impatient guy, very Marshall. And so they balance each other out, really well, and they were both. I think most importantly, I Kana classic. They wanted to fight for this hypothesis because I think quote or something while I'm not going to quote, actually because I think that for Robin Warren, he was most fascinated by the fact that these bacteria were somewhere. They shouldn't be and berry, Marsha. Wanted to one of this opportunity to prove everyone else wrong, of course. So it was just the perfect combination of things. I love it. Yeah. Okay. Marshall decides to join this project, and neither of them had strict backgrounds in microbiology. So they decided to say who cares burst. Do this. Anyway. We're going to isolate and culture this camp look back to like bacterium that warrant had found in so many of his patients. I also wonder a bit about whether not having that microbiology or gastroenterology specific background, probably helped them a bit to sort of not having those preconceived notions, or the dogma that are so panted into you during particularly research training. Yeah. You haven't already been sort of indoctrinated or ingrained on any one specific belief. So you have this option to just explore all these different. Abilities. Yeah. Thinking outside the box is much easier when you don't know the shape of the box that you're in totally. Yeah. In any case, they started their microbe hunt, not necessarily starting out saying that these bacteria caused ulcers, but more, hey, look what we found its new bacterial species that can survive in the gut, and maybe it has some links to guess right isn't inflammation, but saying you're going to is late and culture. And undescribed bacterium is quite different than actually doing it as they both learned. Culturing something new can be a bit of a tricky game. You have to figure out the or no, the right culture formula to use the right settings for optimal growth. And when something is extreme, as something that's that can live in your stomach's acidic environment. It's a difficult place to start. Yeah. So after months of trying to culture isolates from gastritis patients and not getting anything they may have started to lose a little hope. But then a fortunate accident occurred as these things do seem to happen. It turns out that the lab tech who's responsible for culturing Iceland's and checking on those cultures was throwing away the plates or broth after two days, this is happening at a hospital hospital is busy place. It tends to be chaotic. There's a lot of other epidemics and things going the lab. So that really wasn't room for dozens of stomach bacteria culture plates, to just hang around. But on a particularly busy weekend Easter weekend. In fact, the tech didn't have enough time to look at the plates after the usual two days. So he left them over the weekend until Tuesday, five days after the biopsy and went he when he went back to check on the cultures. Boom colonies were present. They were just slow. They're just low little feeling. Filling me some time. I'm growing here. So these bacteria had probably been in all, or at least the vast majority of the samples but they just needed a little bit longer to incubate. So now that Marshall and Warren could culture, these bacteria, they could do so many things that could find out what antibiotics could be used against it. Tried to develop an animal model of infection. Try to find out what these bacteria were related to and most importantly, try to find out what these bacteria did in the stomach, so they decided to test one hundred patients to see if the bacteria was present and to look for patterns of infection or any sort of disease state, and they found that all patients with duodenal ulcers had the bacterium not conclusive, but definitely suggestive marshland Warren, then started to develop a hypothesis these bacteria 'cause guests rightous, and then guest rightous leads to Alzheimer's, people could have recurrent ulcers, because their immune system would be stronger at various points or whatever. But the bacteria would always be there. So it never went away completely this also explained. By earlier trials of physicians treating their guests. Right. Is patients with antibiotics saw of reduction in acid and symptoms. They tried to publish some of their findings in the Lancet in a letter, and as an abstract at an annual meeting of the gastroenterological society of Shelia, but faced difficulty and rejection. Yeah, the Lancet couldn't get reviewers to agree on whether their findings were important or whether their conclusions were true and the gastroenterological society of Julia just flatly completely rejected their abstract. They were like we received sixty seven submissions, and we could only accept fifty six this year. We're sorry we can get those are the numbers. Why did they have to point out how many there were fifty six and he just seems unnecessarily put up a couple extra boards to tack your poster on? I mean goodness, I know. Right. Seems seems route. So the bacteria hypothesis seem to fit with so much of what was known about alters, but this concept met with a ton of resistance among doctors, many of whom would dismiss the bacteria is being opportunistic only able to establish after the stomach was already weakened. And they would argue that if this bacterium actually cause disease, the link would have been made a longtime ago recently. Yeah. I mean, after all it had been observed in the stomach for ages. So it should have been known by now. Things weren't always civil. And there was a lot of rude or dismissive comments made behind Marshall and Warren's backs and many did not take them seriously as not having official microbiology or gastroenterology credentials, then the Ulster drug business, which was one of the biggest in the nineteen eighties wasn't exactly in support of this notion, something I never thought of before reading the article people with gastritis are also is responding a little bit of money every day on the drugs. And they were often long-term if not lifetime customers, if you could cure those conditions with the course of antibiotics, boom, the industry would be devastated. So they spend a bunch of money doing research trying to prove that ulcers were not caused by 'Bacterial, shocking. Right. Even though the research was sound marshland Warren had to demonstrate the cause and effect. Of the bacteria, and also that the bacteria caused gastritis and also, there's not that the authors paved the way for the bacteria, but they couldn't get the bacteria to infect any animal models. So, like you heard in our first hand account, the beginning of the episode very Marshall took it upon himself to take a swig of the bacteria culture from sixty six year old non ulcer peptic man, after I establishing Marshall himself had no gastric ulcers or inflammation within less than two weeks. All of those symptoms appeared and the final confirmation came in the form of endoscope, the infection seemed to more or less resolve on its own for Marshall, but the putrid breath characteristic of this disease remained. So his, his wife was, like, if you don't take antibiotics to get rid of this. You have to leave the house. So he took he took it about attics and got rid of it. But it worked it worked and so- marshalls, we have an end of to actually or at least two that I could find so Marshall selfish occupation was followed up by another. Australian guy named Morris did the same Australians. Just just like Steve Irwin. They're like, I'm just going to go for it, and progress has been made. But this guy poor guy was not as fortunate as Marshall because it took him five years for his guest writers to resolve even with treatment. So don't try this at home. Now. Do not eventually people started coming around to the idea is specially in Australia, and Dr started to use antibiotics to treat patients, they would have otherwise done surgery on to remove part of the stomach, or the intestine. Yeah. Of course, they saw positive results, but other places where a lot slower to try out the treatment, and that's not surprising, like I can't really fault them for that giving antibiotics willy nilly is not a good idea. Even if you have strong suspicions, they might work. And so, the study had to be repeated there at all over with the drugs available and ideally using a double blind trial where both those administering the drugs and those and those getting the drugs didn't know whether they were giving slash being given treatment or placebo. Right. And the results are clear. Gastritis an ulcer is could be healed by antibiotics? It became the guideline for treatment in many places, and I can imagine it must have felt ROY. Really good to have that sort of indication, even if it came with a several year delay berry Marshall wasn't done yet, though. He helped to develop the breath test for H pylori, which was rea-. And that was a really wonderful, because that meant that people didn't necessarily have to have, and ask copies which were uncomfortable and cost, a lot of money, right? Particularly if you're in the US and pay for most everything. Right. Plus, you can do it a lot easier. You don't need specialized equipment, you don't need specialists. You can just breathe. Yeah. It's really cool. Concept of it in the two decades or so after their early nineteen eighties letters in the Lancet. The world had definitely been changed by their discovery long-term sufferers of gastritis, and all sorts could find relief and the risk of developing stomach cancer. Could even be reduced a bit. So for their efforts, Barry Marshall, and Robin Warren were awarded the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine in two thousand and. Five exactly one hundred years after Robert coke was given the, the Nobel for his discovery of the tobacco suspect. Tyrian. Wow. And I read that Robin, Warren's wife win predicted them getting the prize all the way back in like nineteen Eighty-four after their first Lancet pub was accepted. Really? Yeah. They went out to dinner and she was like, this is going to get you the Nobel prize. That's, that's a door on so many level. Yeah. Really love it. Okay. All right. So with that, I'll hand it off to you. Erin. Tell me about the epi of helix. Backtra pylori today. I can't wait to. today. It's estimated that right around half of the world's population is infected with H pylori. That's a lot of people people. So I found a recent paper that I will definitely post a link to because it has some nice maps. It's a meta analysis trying to really look at prevalence across different countries. And in developing countries, the rate seems to be about fifty percent in developed countries about thirty four percent and overall global prevalence at least according to this study was about forty five percent. So maybe it's going down a little bit from the numbers that we see cited most often. Okay. But obviously not every person infected with H Lurie is going to get gastric cancer or even peptic ulcer disease. And there's a lot of research that's being done into the mechanisms of how h Lurie causes disease. And one of the big thoughts is that it's very of the strain of h pylori. Okay. So there's a lot. Like you said, there's a lot of diversity across H pylori. There's a lot of different strains. And some of them are more. Than others. Some produce more inflammation, and it tends to be that those that produce more inflammation are associated with higher risks of cancer. And it also could just be individual genetic. So if you are a person who's genetically predisposed to cancer, and you happen to get an H pylori infection, then your risk of cancer might be additionally, increased. Okay. But that's those are small studies in their infancy. We don't really know who is going to get cancer if they haven't H pylori infection, and who isn't at this point? Right. So. Yeah, I found some really interesting in one little paper that I'll link to where they talked about hookworms Lou. They talked about helmets and people are saying, maybe infection with helmets, which we know can modulate the immune system can reduce gastric, inflammation, and reduce the risk of cancer. So if your co infected with H Lori and helmets, maybe your risk is less of getting gastric cancer, hold on. But that's first of all, this is our second of all doesn't didn't we learn that having chronic infection with helmets, creates inflammatory state, which is often leads to an increased risk of cancer, generally speaking, totally does. Yeah. So I don't understand. It's not there is not evidence that this is true in humans, it does seem to work in Amil models. Okay. Who knows it. Decreases, your risk of gastric cancer. But increases your risk of colorectal cancer. I'd. Oh, no. I mean you lose if you do you lose if you don't. Right. We'd never win. The bacteria always limb that is that's going to be on the gravestone of the humanity. Yeah. So in terms of gastric cancer, I thought people might be interested in some gastric cancer stacks since that's kind of the most serious outcome of h pylori infection. I'm definitely depending on what source you read gastric cancer is either the second or third leading cause of cancer death. Really? Yes. Wow. I know I didn't realize that it was so high either. So the first is lung disease lung cancer. Okay. That's the number one cancer diagnosis and the leading cause of cancer death. And then the most recent stats that I saw actually had colorectal cancer, causing more deaths than gastric cancer, at least in this last year. Okay. And this is this is globally. This is globally. Yeah. Worldwide and what numbers are we talking about great question? According to WHO, there were one point zero three million new cases of gastric cancer. Diagnosed in twenty eighteen one million new cases million new cases and in one year in one year, and that's estimated right and seven hundred eighty three thousand deaths. Oh my goodness. I know it's really high for comparison lung cancer, which is number one two point zero nine million cases, one point seven six million deaths. Okay so similar. That's very interesting of the new cases in the death ratios very similar with those. Yeah. We are despite so much. Not good at treating most cancers. It seems like we have a long way to go. Yeah. The death rates for cancers like gastric cancer. And lung cancer really have not decreased over recent decades. It's very, very interesting. Actually. Alarming. Yeah. But the overall rates of diagnosis of gastric cancer do seem to be decreasing, and it's thought that this is due to a number of different things, but treatment of H pylori is really high on the list of things that we think have helped to decrease the incidence of gastric cancer, so that's cool. So thanks again, to marshland Orrin Marsh, Margaret away 'cause I put a quick plug for the Nobel museum in Stockholm. Yes, tell us all about it. You just visited I was just there and it was first of all, Stockholm is amazing. And the museums are incredible. And everything about it is wonderful place, and I love her one ABA museum, number two, Nobel museum. Is that right? Yeah, probably in that order. And yes, they have some, some cool little exhibits on these two on marshland Warren. And they have the tube from which Marshall, drink the inoculate to infect himself. Oh my gosh. I get so excited by things like that. Oh, it was three. I just stood there. And I was like I don't care if I'm blocking people I need to see this. So sure, yeah. I'll definitely post it on, on social media. Excellent. Oh, I can't wait. Yeah. I love those kind of museums there, so fun. They are so fun. Okay. Sorry. I totally interrupted you. So now tell me. So what's going on with research, or more preventative things for gastric cancer, and peptic ulcers in general? Yeah. So there's a vaccine. That's awesome. It's awesome. It's super exciting. It's under gone. At least face three clinical trials, which is usually sort of the last phase before things get licensed in China, it's an oral vaccine. But I know that I found studies earlier studies on injectable vaccines, as well. But I think in this case, an oral vaccine makes so much sense because it's first of all, it's a GI bacteria. So giving something early means that the vaccine is producing immunity in the cells that are actually going to be exposed to the bacteria. It's great idea, but oral vaccines are also a lot easier to administer. You don't have to have specialized medical personnel. So I love that. It's an oral vaccine and the efficacy that they found so far is about seventy percent effective in preventing infection with h pylori, which is very exciting. Yeah. So I'll post a link both to the there's the phase three trial paper, and then there's also a really. Cheeky paper. I wanna read you the title of. So cute. It's called at last vaccine induced protection against hillock. Oh, b-actor pylori last last. So I'll post both of those on our website as well. So that you can read more about it. But yeah, there is a vaccine, which is very exciting. I'm not sure how much longer it will take to get to market in China where you have higher prevalence of H pylori than you do in the states, and how long it might take to get it in the states. But it's pretty huge and very exciting. I want that vaccine just in case I feel like I do feel every time you get vaccine a bit more like a superhuman like superhero, we've talked about this. Yeah. Totally see that. Yeah. Yeah. I also think this is so exciting because we are learning more and more about the associations with infectious disease and cancer. Yes, and other chronic diseases. Yes. And being able to produce a vaccine that literally prevents cancer. Are you kidding me? That's amazing. It's incredible. And I think that the number of unexplored links keeps growing, and those that are being explored also keeps growing. And I think that's just going to be one of the big futures of medicine is finding these links between factious disease and chronic disease. Absolutely. I agree we're biased because we love infectious disease. But yeah, but no, it's, it's huge. And also really important if we can lessen some of the burden of disease around the yeah. So, yeah, that's H pylori. Wow. I really liked the sun. It was really fun to great time. Researching it and talking about it and learning about it. Okay. All right. So should we do sources? Let's deal it. Okay. So I have a bunch of different articles that I read and we'll post all post all of these but to I wanna shout out. So one was called a century of helix. Backtra pylori. And that was by kid and Modlin. And also, I lean very heavily on this incredibly thorough and long interview of Barry Marshall, which is what our firsthand account was extracted from, so we'll definitely post all of those and the other articles as well. Excellent. Yeah, you can find all of those on our website. This podcast will kill you dot com under the episodes, tab, you can find all of our sources from this episode and every episode. And what about you, any sources? None that, I mean, I shouted out the one and I'll post links to all of them. So, okay. Yeah. Cool, thank you to blood mobile for providing the music for this all of our episodes. And thank you, all of you listeners, we love telling you about disease, and we love hearing from you about your diseases and the diseases. You want us to cover eventually, we have the longest ever, and it just keeps growing and thinks we love you. Thank you. Okay. Well with that wash your hands you filthy animals.

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The Core As Your Second Brain and Acupuncture (Part 2) | Core Exercises

Acupuncture is my Life

06:58 min | 5 months ago

The Core As Your Second Brain and Acupuncture (Part 2) | Core Exercises

"Hello everyone and welcome back to this. Twelve part series on the power of your core. Now as you already know. I'm dr lot from acupunctures in my life. Now in the second part of the second brain aspect of this series. I'd like to tell a little deeper into how you core can be seen as your second brain. But before i get started. I'd like to recommend that you go to. Www dot acupuncture is my life dot com to subscribe to the acupunctures my life newsletter to learn more about what acupunctures. My life has to offer as well as stick around to the end of this video to view yet. Another great court exercise from one of our fitness trainers in which you can do to strengthen now when it comes to your core being considered is your second brain as i touched on in my last episode. Your core contains nerve cells that allow it to survive by itself without receiving any instructions from the brain whatsoever now. The process of digestion can more sort of process and horses can happen totally unattached an independent from the central nervous system. Now what is parastal. Says you may ask okay. Peres stresses is basically an involuntary constriction and relax station of muscles of the intestines. Creating wavelike movement pushing what's been ingested forward to the anal area for excretion now too nervous system that exists in your core has properties that functioned somewhat similar to the brain or better to say in central nervous system. Now this neurological structure structure within your core is called the enteric nervous system which among other things is responsible for optimal digestion. Absorption excretion whereas all other organs associated with your core play a key role in a healthy balance of yin and yang aspects of the human organism. Or should i say homeo- stations now an internal imbalance or dysfunctional. Core is a core that is prone to playing a role in neurological diseases as well as disorders such as asthma cancer chronic fatigue. Depression vibrate myalgia food allergy irritable bowel syndrome migraines pms and so on. Whereas long-term imbalance can lead to brain fog chronic fatigue clones disease low immunity and toxin mus-. Well now this is why balance is key when it comes to your core. Because our core has hundred trillion microorganisms residing in it and the balance between good and bad bacterias and port. You see this bacteria and your core and the by products in which it can produce tends to affect your mood. Cognition is well as you behavior. Now this is one of many reasons as to why acupuncture treatment as well as proper nutrition and in some cases natural herbs are important now acupuncture in some cases kifah proper communication between both brains both. Of course the one in your skull and one in your midsection chinese medicine we call this area. You middleburg that being both your stomach and spleen from china's medicine perspective now. I've treated tons of patients with riki-aua acupuncture and acupuncture which consists of needling acupuncture points on the head which is pretty much painless that enhances communication between the brain and europe core and the brain in your skull. Their stomach and large intestine points in the area the frontal lobe on your head that can treat stomach pain and discomfort discomfort and upper gastric region as well as treating diarrhea and constipation. Now think about how much we take the relationship between both brains for granted. Let's say for instance we see something tasty. I'll brain sends a signal twelve core to prepare for delicious meal. Doesn't it now. When we feel anxious or stressed we tend to feel some type of domino pain we get tight rail nausea or butterflies as well in my right now or regular acupunctures also proven method for enhancing communication between both brains for instance needling stomach and spleen pointing ears again these to be in yin and yang organs which represents middle burner or against i say coin. Chinese medicine can treat diseases of the stomach including indigestion acute cute as well as chronic gastritis peptic ulcers and weakness following diseases among others. Now there are other yin yang organ pointing air. That can have an impact on your core as well. But i figured since i'm focused on the middle burner area of the body. I would limit my discussion to the stomach and spleen from an acupuncture point of view. Now remember your diet sleep. Acupuncture treatment as well as exercise can have a positive effect on a relationship between both brandt but speaking of exercise. Let's view another exercise in team. That's great for your core bison trailer hilltops press your lower back firmly into the map. Roll your shoulders toward your knees. Bring your hills into your gluts and then grab for your heels one side at a time using the of leaks in front of the court reaching outside join a little small see just side to side and each time. You're reaching for that. He'll engaged the core onto the right side. Engaging for the left engaged on the rate that engage on the left. He'll taps now. Don't forget to subscribe to the channel to learn more about acupuncture as well as download the acupunctures my life at at the google playstore and until next time acupuncture is my life what's yours.

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58. Joe Galliano Fills In The UKs Family Tree At The Queer Britain Museum

Museum Archipelago

13:45 min | 2 years ago

58. Joe Galliano Fills In The UKs Family Tree At The Queer Britain Museum

"Welcome to museum archipelago. I'm there. Museum archipelago guides you through the rocky landscape of museums. Each episode is never longer than fifteen minutes. So let's get started sons out the in order to launch museum. It's a long way too expensive process. Who knew this is Joe Galliano, one of the co founders of the queer Britain museum. Heller, Joe Kelley on on the co founder and CEO of quit Britain, the national LGBT key, plus museum of the UK Galliani came up with the idea for a national LGBTQ, plus museum in two thousand seventeen during the fiftieth anniversary of the partial decriminalization of homosexual acts in the UK an anniversary commemorated by cultural heritage institutions across the country. I felt slightly conflicted is none of us, ry was thrones man. None of us route was focused around criminality victim host some sort of Fe familiar, tropes, that we got rolled out. And we start talking about when we saw. Okay. Man lost via missile site itself. Harry tradition where we will we live in a world thankfully, whether it's a rich a wildly diverse says sexualities and gender identities on the left me slightly sad, and also the fact that it was very much hug him on a verse rate of annoyed didn't want did white another fifty years before it was FANG major happening again mobile spatial, we built something momentum of being gathered around that anniversary and that it didn't just fizzled away lost value. The emphasis on the anniversary of legislation could have come from the context of a long history of formal legal repression of male homosexuality in the UK going all the way back to the buggery act of fifteen thirty three. So we had the buggery act, which was introduced on the ice. On behalf of the ice, which was very much around male sexuality, mile same sex attraction police, invest and this'll kind of tight on the books in various fools until onto sixty seven Radi wedding was partially that was that was partially from allies Asian partially from allies, Asian the age of consent was set twenty one where was sixteen for everybody else that points as well prosecutions, absolutely rocketed. So as soon as that in some allowance for people who behave naturally, it was it becomes a big estate, be people with two legislation only focused on male homosexuality, which is, of course, telling it's interesting that those laws were always about men, women would same sex, desire or less rendered invisible in public life of the law. I think there's also if we're talking about muscle of legislation, I think there has been a. Prejudice, which is actually a lot of bounce patriarchy about mayo views of sexuality, and service to who has an active sexuality who has a passive sexuality, and thanks through a lot of portion of history women's sexuality was seen as inservice to male sexuality. And so what would you legislate against them, though? So some stories that when some of the late bills roles to quit Victoria, that they were too embarrassed to actually talk about as being as or anything like that how much truth there is, of course, the focus of queer Britain won't be legislation. But as Galliano's says the laws previously on the books and the increasing number of violent, homophobic, transphobic, attacks in the today have distorted, the country's understanding of itself, and tie directly into the mission of the museum. We've talked about a central. Hubs of be visible globally and within the mainstream will give a message that here is a here's a catalytic space. The will collect stories of his, his, his way of helping grasp on the standing of itself by giving quiz stories that route full place. So got means rice in place books within the culture and also a rightful place place can be there. The word queer has a complicated history. It was synonymous with strange or weird, and was a common slur from that LGBT people activists in the nineteen eighties. We the word and used it as an umbrella term for wide range of sexual orientations and gender identities today, queers and increasingly popular way to identify within the community, but as historical traumas persist, and as the word can still be found in hostile environments. It's important to note that not everyone's in agreement Gagliano, and the queer Britain museum, use the term. I'm as proud self identifier. And as an intentional move away from using the word gay and male homosexuality in general as standing for all identities. The plan is for queer Britain to have a physical space in London opening sometime in the next few years. Although the U K is full of museums. Some of which have queer artifacts and queer stories Gagliano is conscious of how backsliding can happen in legislation and culture, the laws and norms of today, can't guarantee that the future will look the same institutions like museums are part of maintaining today's momentum and can give people who have had their stories told by others a chance to narrate their own history. It was fun. It was fun movements within the museum communities mouth to quit. Spice has made sure of they all kind of announcement stories and say, how can we them three the main, the main of collections Ave, the yet note some places have got further than others? Some obdurate anything. But, but that's really, really good. What are some of the web site, volunteer life, down vote have via night Hughes convincing really good. Museums, LGBT, museums who is as a great, volunteer activists. I think possible fair is the multiple movement forward. Who's being the relies on activists curator's really excited volunteers in it. It doesn't take too many people to leave sites. Elza move somewhere else in the now that's loss. The other thing I think's really Paul is the, the such of Richard. Wildly diverse Sattar stories to tell that those museums never going to be able to tell those stories whereas what we have the ability to do is to create a catalytic, but what we call stories in. We can keep telling different stories which and change the exhibitions will and that'll DT he people convenient control of stories, as well. Whereas actor history, so often, it's been all the people who've told us stories and Galliano is acutely aware that stories are being lost every day about end as well. We also have a digital filled aural history project, which recalling, especially announced about making sure that we, we've got the story of people who with us now he can add into the archives become Paul that. That. H important really that we gather the story is now. Well, well, people can actually talk to us. So that's a really strong focus of the moment. Now in south of understanding where we're going to be headed with the archives. Always is this. We are designing a national survey of museums around the country today. This is the national archives. What we readings through this kind of a proper sentences. What is the nation's HOGAN material that we would think over's LGBT focused so that will mean then the it'll stairs? Where important gaps had we fill gaps. And that's gonna concave is a census wet. See what foes collecting activity when the museum is still an idea what the word museum means is still flexible, in addition to educational exhibits about queer history and culture. The proposed museum is also a place for people to upload their own stories and the whole project serves as an antidote to the psychological damage of transphobic and homophobic, attacks and depression. But museum interesting words net because it comes also. Pitch. And actually, we're talking about something very much broader than just a museum in official sense. They and currently show what a culture values and every good way of being able to understand where we all now on the somehow we go there, and then take them standard and use them to imagine a best of all possible futures new barrels questions who always haven't we get tweeted? We want to be retired should be different every time you come to new van when, when the physical space itself opened water will be looking at a series of Skype characters an awe rolling series of gastritis so that each each Tommy, bring somebody in like you know, what is the story that you need to tell what is the story that hasn't been told material that fit unexplored in other museums archives where able to shine a light phone. Sometimes it'll be about the abstract condition won't that position is going to be bringing line around the block. We can conditions of turning community stories that have been told, for example. So it could be everything from an I'm talking off the top of my head. Right. That's my, but that could be everything from what is Ellen Jones stage, costumes through to what is the quick Bangladeshi experience of bumming in the nineteen fifties, creating a new museum is no small task. But Galliano is ready for the challenge as he goes through the processes collecting and fundraising. He's also focused on building partnerships, his route to creating a robust institution begins with acknowledging that is a bigger project than just one person or one identity many challenges. If you want to look, they're all fascinating and exciting to step up to how do you carry the responsibility to make sure that something that there's such a, an needful? I'm such a desire. Sunny within the LGBT plus communities. How do you carry the weight of the responsibility of having said that you're going to do this, and making sure that you've delivered for those people, you know, or want to create an organization? But if I sat away from it, and the, we've got the right you know, the, there's another person that will be able to take over them, mantle. And so the, the organization isn't about one person but we've created a robust organization that will be able to deliver fabulously. It's my exciting thing I've ever worked till because it's the thing on most. I've never I've never worked for something. I feel so passionately is is important. I've never picked off a project which is. Brilliantly challenging, is this in it scale in the Skype in the scope of all the different stakeholders, the, we need to make sure sort of role close and doing the right things, and, and that we also keep a laser focus on the strategy to make sure that. This episode of museum archipelago is brought to you by the museum studies graduate program at the Corcoran, school of the arts and design at the George Washington University with a graduate degree in museum studies. You'll be quipped to respond to the evolving museum profession by engaging in hands on training in the heart of the nation's museum capital established in nineteen seventy six the program combines academic excellence with access to some of the most celebrated institutions in the world. 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Stop the Menopause Madness with Dr. Kyrin Dunston

The Toxin Terminator

31:16 min | 6 months ago

Stop the Menopause Madness with Dr. Kyrin Dunston

"Welcome to the toxin Terminator helping people to restore and renew their health by removing the toxins from the home and their lives join in as industry thought-leaders help you understand the physical and emotional effects. These products can have on you and your family and the safe alternative. You can use to remove the hidden toxins for renewed help now, please welcome your home, but talks and Terminator herself Amy Carlson. 60% of people are suffering from a chronic disease today. There are five main sources in our home that are contributing to those Chrome diseases and most people have no idea that they're using materials within their homes that are actually making them sick. What if you could clean your home safely you could have easy-to-make recipes with items you already have and you could make a few small changes to get yourself on that path to Wellness off my course, I'll show you how to detox each and every room of your house and create a healthy home environment. Hello everyone. It's Amy Carlson the talks and Terminator coming to you today with dr. Karen Dunston in the house. Hello. Hi, we need wage such a special thing happening. And it's so so important for me and I wanted to broadcast out to every single one of my channels because if you're my friend, you're my age and I'm going to talk a little bit about my story before I get into curing here, but she's got an event coming up. What's the date November 2nd through the 6th, right? Okay called. The menopause Madness. All right, raise your hands. Give me some comments. Give me some love everyone. If you can relate stop the menopause Madness raise your hands. Let me know. I'm going to share a story cuz this is super important in my health Journey menopause was one of the big big things that I was dealing with birth. And I tell this story not to whole lot of people have heard this but I was out of control with my moods out of control. I mean like like have you ever felt like you were floating over your body and you can see what's happening down below yourself and you know, what's happening is wrong and it's not who you are, but you can't do a thing to change it. That's how I felt with my moods is I would I would be a raging beep beep beep. You know. What and I knew it was bad. I thought I knew I was doing it but I couldn't do anything to shift it to change it and one day when we first started going south for the winters my faith. We traveled by motor coach. So we have a sliding door that goes in between the main part of the coach and the bedroom part of the coach and am I I would walk out of that bedroom and open up the door and my home Would be like this. Just looking at me. I'm like twenty making jokes about you know, he did that several times and finally I said honey. What are you doing? And he says well, I'm trying to see what Amy's waking up today off. I mean talk about a stab in the heart, you know to really really grasp a hold of what we go through what happens with our bodies what we put ourselves through because of some of the choices that we've made and the exposures that we've had and all of that stuff, you know what we're doing not only to ourselves but our loved ones wage in our family and how we're affecting our relationships and you know, it was then that I decided I gotta do something about this, you know and just really started digging in. So this topic in a big for me Kirin Rachel Varga. Hello dear friends. Hello Rachel. Thanks for tuning in. Hey Rachel securing tell me you don't you do a lot of events in Rome. Hi this why this topic? Well, another story, you know with my story when I was forty-seven and I was a successful OBGYN life and love delivering babies and doing surgery and Pap smears and all of that and had great relationships with my patients, but I weighed 243 pounds and I was tired all the time and took all I had energy for was to work and sleep and I suffered with depression and anxiety. I think my family also was looking at the door who's going to wake up today was on medications for that. I had gastritis irritable bowel fibromyalgia. So pain in my body every day. I mean, I was just a hot mess and I looked and felt twenty years older than I was down here. I am board-certified. OB-GYN I am I can't figure out what's wrong. My internist says all my labs are quote unquote normal. I check my thyroid at least 10 times. It was normal range. And I thought I just thought well, I just must be crazy. There's there's obviously it's I have an emotional problem and I'm just going to be unhealthy for the rest of my life. So I am very depressed. There were times I even got to a place where I said, you know, if this is what life is going to be I don't want to live it anymore, but I really didn't have a choice and then through a series of miraculous events wage discovered functional medicine and when I learned about it, I knew it was the truth but I heard about tests that I never learned about in med school or residency to look at sex found in saliva and cortisol. I never heard of these tests and functional stool tests and food sensitivity just to get at the root cause of these problems, right? So what I realized is I was up in the leaves branches of the tree treating symptoms with drugs and medications and surgery right which is just symptom management, but with functional medicine went down the trunk of the song. Into the ground into the roots and dealt with the hormonal imbalances the toxicities like you talk about nutritional deficiencies mental emotional spiritual and balance and when you fix all those oh my gosh goes up the Trump to the leaves and branches and they all get better. So when I discovered it started using it and my health just started transforming long story short started doing it with my patients and they had the same success and after a year and half of that. I just closed my OBGYN practice cuz I knew that wasn't the way to heal people. It didn't heal people. It just controlled their symptoms and kept them drunk drug-dependent and I have done this full-time for the past nine years. I love this story and I love how you know drug-dependent cuz you know, I was into the gynecologist all the time is I had the menopause symptoms going on, but I had a ton of reproductive issues happening my birth. Your adult life that I was experiencing with heavy cyclist painful cycles of you know, just things that were not normal and being treated as wage. This is just the way things are, you know, sure we're going to put you on this drug in this drug and maybe we'll send you over this specialist not even have doctors telling me. Well, this is normal. I have women who thought I'd have your kind of cycle, you know just crazy stuff. I was diagnosed in menopause at the age of thirty-six which correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the average age of menopause 47 years. Your menopause is actually 51 and if you go through it before 35, it's considered premature so it can happen earlier but average age is fifty-one. So that was pretty early thirty-six. I was well and you know people who know my story know that I grew up in the automotive world. I was a Certified mechanic so, you know, not only did I have off. Because exposure inside my home, but the the extreme toxins that I was working with daily. I'm sure playing havoc on on my body. But so so what I really want to you know, this is the problem right you found the solution of look at you you're just beautiful and radiant. I just absolutely loved it, you know and let's focus on the solution and let's take a look into you know functional medicine as a whole and then we're going to really dive into the wrap-up of this event itself, but you talk about getting to the root when we talk about menopause, you know, what are some of the root symptoms that we're experiencing with menopause because other countries don't experience what we experience correct. We really do suck a pathologic menopause in the US that's has a lot more symptoms some countries like Japan don't even have a word for menopause. It's just a normal phase of life and women really don't have that much time. Symptoms and that's to do with their lifestyle and diet and it's very different from ours, but we have pathologic menopause because we have so much toxicity number one choice and we have a lifestyle that's extremely stressful and effects are cortisol stress hormone. So that will sometimes show up as hot flashes off you if you have insulin problems. So if you have diabetes, you can actually have symptoms that can mimic menopause like hot flashes if you're pre-diabetic or insulin resistant. She can have that if you have thyroid problems, you can have hot flashes and fatigue and a lot of this in terms of menopause. So because it's really are toxicity levels and are strong that causes are cortisol to be so unbalanced those two combined and they make menopause way worse. And so that's really the issue off. And then what I learned in an event that I just participated in here last week, is that even if you're testing your hormone levels, that's one thing and there's a lots of took tests, you know for those hormone levels, but we also have to get down to how is it being metabolized or meth alized in our in our body are we actually being able to change it to whatever the terminology is for that but that's a that's a whole nother concept within it and I bet you are guess would be able to hear more about this at the event page. Oh my gosh. Yes. We have 53 speakers 34 are doctors. Everyone's trained in they have an understanding are trained in mainstream medicine as well as functional or holistic. We've got acupuncturists. I mean we have everybody we have people talking about all the hormones progesterone insulin reader off. Marie loscalzo doctor loscalzo she's talking about insulin and we have Elrod's talking about thyroid. We have three doctors talking about estrogen because that needs attention cuz people are so afraid of estrogen but they don't understand that they needed it is a vital nourishing hormone for their brain and for all the cells in their body. So dr. Lindsey Berkson, she's talking about why estrogen is not your enemy don't be afraid of it while you actually need it at your friend and Doctor Tabitha Barbara's talking about estrogen excess. We have three people talking bout cortisol. And then we've got the other things we've got you talking about toxicity. We've got a couple of doctors talking about gastrointestinal toxicity cuz that's where a lot of our tax money comes from. So we've got a couple of people talking about that. We have a few functional dermatologist talking about skin Health. We have Rachel talking about beauty wage. Her oh my gosh, Rachel. Varga is beautiful. So she knows how to get beautiful skin and then we've got people dealing with the mental emotional aspects also that go along with it. We've got Sherry Clarke talking about she's the fork in the road coach. Well, she calls herself mid-life courage coach. I think right everybody needs a mid-life courage coach. I don't know about you but mid-life has been just one transition and change after another and so if I ever was not comfortable with change where I used to when my kids were young try to keep everything just so and then it's like when they went to college and I had menopause it's like everything just started changing and at first it was kind of scary, but then it was kind of like this is really good because it's made me more of who I am more more willing to take my soul seriously and express what I'm here to age. Express and realizing. I'm not here forever. And there's there are women suffering and there's business to get about so I got about it, but that requires change and I want it to be the same in stay in my life. Anyway, Sheree. She's great. She talks about that and then dr. Tracy Thomas. I think she's emotional strength trainer, which I love you know, she's not just a psychologist. She's emotional strength trainer and she's like next level. We have something there for everyone and you know, I people have asked people to just for menopausal women or I had someone reach out to me off on Facebook and said, well, I'm sixty-five. I went through menopause a long time ago is does this going to help me? Yes, so I guess what a lot of women to realize is that once you get through menopause, you're always in menopause. So we might call you menopausal we might cause you call you postmenopausal, but you are forever till death do us part menopausal. So yes, yep. Flyers to you and then I've had some women reach out to me who were younger in their forties and say I still have Cycles but they're crazy. And I don't know what's going on my with my health is this going to help me off because it's really about midlife. It's all about all the hormonal changes and I even had some other people reach out to me who have fibroids and they wanted to know if it would help them. So, you know, I did this YouTube video called why menopause doesn't matter. Okay, so that would probably trigger a lot of people and they'd be like, what is she talking about? I gotta watch that song title. But what was the video about you have to watch it to see but I will tell you it's the point is that doesn't matter what you call menopause. It is a state of hormonal deprivation and hormonal imbalance a new hormonal imbalance is what causes all of these dysfunctions for women throughout their life at puberty age. In their team, if you got irritable bowel and acne and ADHD and anxiety. That's a horrible problem in your child bearing years your twenties and thirties if you've got pcom fiber is endometriosis, you have hormonal imbalance by the time you get in your 40s, you've got perimenopause. So it almost doesn't matter what you call it. It is hormonal disruption. And so that's what we're talking about at the summit. Hey there I wanted to take a minute to talk about the everyday products you are using in your home many of us are labeled honey. There are examining every product in the house to make sure it's tax-free and I totally understand that. Hey, we're not all scientists and maybe we just want that easy button to help pick the right products. That's why I aligned with young living a Whole Health and Fitness company that has all the clean products, you know from essential oils to personal care products makeup supplements items for kids and babies in the list goes on almost any every day off. And you could think of using and the best part is Young living's products are seed to seal. They're backed by high quality standards. They're the leader in the industry. And one of the only essential oil companies that have their own Farms. I've been there there are incredible. These are great natural products that you can use right at home. If you want to shop worry-free for Home Products. Click my link in the show notes. I see the quality products from Young Living I know this is like primarily we think of women. I love that. You took it down to even puberty and I would even suggest pre-puberty and you know before that because we're actually disrupting our hormones through the products that we're using in our home and we are seeing children as young as eight-years-old. There are starting to get a cycle. They're starting to grow pubic hair kind of starting to get breast. They're starting to develop at eight years old. So we're saying that happening earlier and earlier. So my thing is is if you're breathing you need to know who took your so I even said on another show that it's men can get plenty out of here because we all deal with the same things and it's it's interesting because we we do offer that we're so unique our health problems, but when you that's when we're up in the leaves and the branches that we think we're unique and we're looking for like, what's the one hit thing I need to do Thursday. If you go down the trunk of the tree into the roots, we all have the same roots and we are talking Roots at this Summit right toxicity nutritional deficiency. All of that is it's all put in this respect. I like to use your given this tree and that's a great visual. I also like to look at it cuz I'm a big jigsaw puzzle worker off click to look at it as a jigsaw puzzle. We're we're putting in the pieces to fill in our beautiful picture. If we want that beautiful picture. We got to get all the pieces to fit just right, you know and in the right place, right and kind of what we do with our health, you know, if we got hormones out of whack their Pace isn't fitting if we've got digestive issues and you know on and on Thursday, I love that you've got mental and stress as part of this because I really think I really think honestly Karen people don't understand. How awful Stress they are under they don't it becomes so normalized in our culture. It's just we think it's how it is supposed to be a know. It's just it's killing us killing us. It's absolutely killing us. I mean, look at this if you've already got people who are actually changing the curvature of their spine because they're doing this on their phone, right? You can't see them on my phone. But because we're constantly on our phone and we're changing the courage of our spine were affecting the way that we're sleeping. How can that not affect your stress, you know and stress levels and and online, you know, there's some bad stuff happens. Well, I mean, I don't even own a TV or watch the news anymore. I stopped doing that years ago and it's funny because if you're used to always having watching the news and paying attention to it if you don't see it you feel Disturbed. As you're almost addicted to it because it's all fear-based and mostly bad news and controversy and conflict and you know, they're not reporting their that Amy and cheering. On off a live stream today and helped women with their health, right which is predominantly what's happening in the world. People are helping people people are loving and kind and giving birth. So I got rid of my TV. And now if I happen like if I fly somewhere and I'm in the airport and I see the news it's traumatic. It's it's traumatic to watch dog. People don't realize that the stress is coming through the T know this is really interesting. I'll share another story cuz I just love telling stories is I went to visit my parents last night and they might be watching. Hi Mom and Dad love my parents, but they have the newest on 24/7 in their house and didn't think much of it while I was watching I am Just tried to kind of ignore it talk with my mom, you know so forth because like you I don't watch the news. In fact, we gotta five thousand square foot house and we have one t and the whole house and that's simply because my husband still watches it otherwise it would be gone. But anyway, I woke up this morning and I felt drained absolutely drained and I was talking my husband on the phone and I'm like what is wrong with me? And then I was thinking I was sitting in front of the T for hours, you know, so that absolutely affect my energy it affected. You know without me even cognizant, you know consciously knowing that but that's exactly what it was was all that yeah. Yeah. I'm with you dead. Yeah. Yeah that happened to me. I guess a couple of weeks ago. I I don't I just watch recorded TV with no commercials. And for some reason I watched something with commercials and the commercials Truong. Size me but I didn't realize the next day. I was like what is wrong with me? Oh commercials. I canceled it and I had only gotten it cuz I wanted to watch Dancing with the Stars just like one of my favorite shows but I was caught up on the episodes and I didn't want to miss it. So I signed up for live TV and but then I realized the next day. Oh no bueno canceled it I can't do this wait to the recording. So I had a girlfriend that talked about information overload. You know, we're just you know, there's been so many developments that happen in our world pack and you know, they seem like they're a good idea. They seem like it's a good thing, you know that we're able to have so much access at so many things at our fingertips, but in actuality it wrong is I believe it's a detriment to us. I really do. Yeah and that means that we have to really make some serious choices about what we want to let in and what we thought Want to let out so just like we choose what we eat healthy foods organic cuz we don't want toxins coming in. We have to choose what we feed our eyes and our ears and our brains off. So the summit I love it because it's all good nourishment for you. It's just so loving and supporting and you know knowledge is power but also wisdom is really, you know, we're in the information age. You can Google anything in a second and have an answer but wisdom is what is lacking with women with their help. We don't have the wisdom to know how to implement what we're learning and that's why I love on the summit that we really gave actionable tips to people do this then do this then do this so that they have the wisdom of all 53 speakers. So two men and fifty one women are the speakers on the summit that you can then Implement into your life. Yep. Like good food for your eyes and your ears and your brain. I love that what a way to you know, talk about that food for the for the body. So the the event again is November 2nd through the same thing. So that's what that five days. Second thought of days so five days. So basically we're going to get about 10 speakers a day ish. Yep. Now is there is there any way it free access and what how do we how do we go about? I know we're strolling the website down below us stop the menopause madness.com so we can wage registered to to come watch this on, you know, during that time frame for free, but I know that there's there's an option to actually wage even more information. Right? Right. So everyone can register for free and attend for free if you want to purchase all access and all access pass. Then you get the transcripts you get actually we created a private podcast feed so you can listen through your podcast app on your phone while you're driving clean off and exercising. So if you don't have time to sit and watch a video like most people don't have time for that and then you also get a series of bonus per views that all the speakers Did with me that he gives even more information and you can find out more when you register so but you don't have to do that to participate. Oh, you're going to get so much benefit from the free aspect of it. But I love that there's additional ways to do it because we think about that, you know, we all these lives that are chaotic and busy and you know, we gotta take that time to slow down, but we do have the opportunity to get a lifetime access so you don't have to like power up, you know with everything. So we can get it as it goes. I just love this. I love I love information and then getting the information but then doing something I love you piece that as part of it is is we're going to give it to you but we're going to give you the action steps for you to take forward from here. What a beautiful piece to that. Yeah, it's all about fashion. Cuz we we don't need more information. We've got we're in a sea of information. We need wisdom to know what to do and where to spend our time and our money and I think that's why it's so vital many of the women who are speaking on the seminar actually menopausal themselves. So they've done this. So I love hearing what they how they keep their health in line off. And here's the thing too. I I say to you are going to pay for your health one way or the other. What do you even know? What are you going to choose to do? Are you going to choose to be proactive? Are you going to choose to learn? Implement things into your daily life that are absolutely going to change the trajectory of your of your life, you know, are you going to continue down the same path that you're on and you're going to keep paying for that through through, you know, all of that stuff. So where where do you want to take the time set it aside? We've given you the dates put it on the calendar and really take that much time to invest in yourself invest in what life can look like for you. I'm fifty-five with 12 grand babies. And I'm I've never felt better never felt better and I guarantee you, if you watch the summit with Karen and all of the other experts and you even Implement three things three things from all of these people want something will break to get three things. It will absolutely change the trajectory of your life. No doubt in my mind it will and it's a me. It's all about. What do you want eighty-two look like it's about feeling better now off. And what do you want a tea to look like and just some small tweaks can change make a big difference. So when when we sail a boat, right we're going One Direction and just a few degrees can land us in a completely different country. And it's the same with your health just a few little tweaks. If you tweak could land you, you know, healthy vital and alive in eighty thousand versus having Alzheimer's or cancer or something like that. So, you know, it's it's just little tweaks and I like to say we're always so concerned with our money and our 401k or not looking at her 401h who's looking at their four-oh-one age. Did you know you had a 401 age retirement account right now. So a lot of us spend our health to get our wealth, but then there's some things that can happen with our health that no amount of wealth will reverse look at Steve Jobs. I mean wage Had all the money in the world and he couldn't add one day to his life. So you don't want to waste your health or spend it all getting your wealth. So gotta be concerned with that too. Yep. Yep, I would also add into it and I'm going to give you the last word as we wrap up here, but I would also say to it's never too late. It's never never too late. You can absolutely reverse the things that are going on in your body. You know, it's just taking that daily steps changing those daily habits, you know, getting getting new routines new things that you're doing and you can make a change and and what's going on with your health doctor Dunstan leave us with something. What do you want to how do you want to wrap us up? I guess I would leave everyone with you don't know what you don't know and there's this thing called contempt prior to investigation that I used to have a problem with and that's probably why I didn't learn English. Tools that helped me lose a hundred pounds and heal myself from fibromyalgia chronic fatigue anxiety depression irritable bowel gastritis, like all the things I had because I thought I knew everything, but am willing to invest in investigate anything else, but when I finally became teachable and opened and said there might be something here. Let me look at it and see and use my discernment that then the World opened up for me. So now that's the stance I take I do not know everything. I am very teachable, so I would leave you with them because I don't want you to miss out on what could help you. If you think, you know everything then you're not open to new information that actually could help you. So I hope you can be open. Thank you doctor. I so appreciate your time. Thank you. Thanks so much for having me. That's all for this episode of the Thompson Terminator. And we hope we've helped you remove the hidden toxins in your life or renewed health. If you're looking to continue your journey towards Forward Motion reach out to a me directly by visiting Amy Carlson, or your own one-on-one chat session as well as your free toxic risk assessment. That's a long and remember you are just one small change away from renewed health.

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69: Happy Friggin' Mother's Day

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

58:14 min | 2 years ago

69: Happy Friggin' Mother's Day

"Terrible things for asking get support from Janet rich ELS box cookbook extra helping recipes for carrying connecting and building community. It's a guy defeating people through the terrible and the wonderful. There's more than seventy five recipes personal stories from the frontlines of care shortcuts for the time strap inside bars full of tips. The book is a love letter to the simple magic of helping each other out show up be kind and cook you can find extra helping wherever books are sold. Hello. Hello. Is this Meghan back? Nerdy. Yes. This is Pizza Hut. Calling with your pizza. Still pineapple pizza. Cullum, pineapple pizza, ma'am, just called think it's disgusting. And we won't deliver it. What what are you doing? We're working on a mother's day episode. And I thought I would just call you talk about mom because I tried to call her, and it goes straight to voicemail every single time. Pretty sure she has blocked. I think she does. Yeah. I think she. I'm Nora mcnerney. And this is terrible. Thanks for asking. And. Yes, this coming weekend is mother's day at why it's a day when kids were children wake their moms up early to deliver a best strange, and it worst the ad breakfast in the least appealing place to eat your bed, in my opinion. And then they just watch her while she eats or even we're do they sort of leave you alone to eat just the cereal parts of lucky charms because bay the marshmallows and like a crust of toast dry. No butter coffee, which is impressive that they brewed at themselves. Just getting my husband did that. It's a day when kids were grownups send flower. Hours or they take their mom took a really expensive brunch. It's just expensive. Not good. It's just like the same brunch. You could get and the other day, but it's like twice as much or they completely forget about it. And then in the afternoon, send attacks have a weird this texted and send earlier that ever happened to you bomb man, Technologie love, you happy mother's day. So that's the joy of motherhood and a lot of us get through motherhood by telling stories about it. We learn what to do. We learn what not to do an eventually. Maybe we get to laugh at the times that we panicked at the time that really fudged up and hopefully understand that it's like this game that were all winging at all times. Anyway, the stories of our moms and our stories as moms those are the things that will be repeated at weddings, family gatherings funeral. So for this episode. We asked for mom stories of all types, we asked you our people to tell us your greatest monsters times, you freaked out tender mom lost at you. All messed up. Holy diapers. Did you deliver? So to get us started. I think maybe I will share just a little tidbit from my own life a few weeks ago, as a cool mom, I told my kids that could draw on their bedroom walls, it's their room. Why do I care? One of our children had already taken a sharpie and wandered through our home, adding his decorating flourishes to plenty of surfaces in our home. So told the two younger ones your walls are yours, and you can use your writing you ten. Cels on them. And then intern I ask that you don't do that anywhere else in the house, and they were like deal. So they just stayed in that dirty room where they had access to markers and crayons and colored pencils and. I walked in and found an entire room decorated with penises everywhere penises jumping out of boxes peeing into buckets. Disembodied penises floating on the wall with smiley faces to tap you to be here. And it was very funny and also turned to raise kids who weren't ashamed of their bodies or shame to sex or you know, can't say the word penis. But also, we cannot have a penis room in our home. That's just not the kind of home I want to live in. So it was real balance trying to respond to that. And I tried to express that respectfully and one of my children said why not they're funny looking and you don't even have one. And that is something I could not argue it. So the penis wall remains. I was making some chicken noodle soup. I was starting up the chicken in my little guy knows just when I'm distracted. I was noticing that. It was very quiet, which I should have realized earlier it was very dangerous, and I have come around the corner to our brand new couches and saw that. I three year old kid. Is right there taking diaper cream and had smeared all over our couch all over the hair of our black cat an all over himself. And not only that he had the diaper cream in all of the orifices of himself in the cat. It was a mess. Diaper cream? Does not come out with the bath. So despite trying to hold the cat under water to wash him. It did not work. It was a disaster. And yeah, he shows no sign of stopping. We've picture of this on our Instagram in a love it because. If you are feeling bad about the condition of your Furniture's. Cover diaper cream is really going to break here. For those of you who have not been around diaper cream since you were in diverse. It doesn't come out of anything ever. I'm guessing this cat will be just coated in diaper cream for the rest of its life. I was at a really important planning meeting for work that went into the evening. So my husband was home with the kids, and I get a phone call, and I deleted, I was like all the bigwigs of the school district. I work for and then it rings again. And again, I hit ignorant it rings again. And I step out of the meeting, and I answer the phone, and it's my husband, and he says. I'm a little worried about Isaac. I might need your help. I said, he's okay. And he's well, he's okay. He has an angel food cake pan on his head. And I didn't understand it stuck on as a hat is it stuck on his ear. Like what happened come to find out? My daughter and him were playing with the pats and pans, and she's took the insert out of the angel food cake pan slipped it over his head. It is now resting on my two year old son's shoulders in his head has gone completely threw the whole and when you go to lift it up. It will not come up over his chin and his nose. And so he is stuck in the cake pan trying to play but can't really move very well. I leave this meeting. I get home to find my parents had been called by my husband. In the meantime, he is holding. A tin snips. My husband is holding my child, and they are cutting the angel food cake pan off of my son, which is stuck around his neck and shoulders. My mother was in the other room with my daughter like bear hugging. Her holding her as though she's a weighted blanket over my daughter because she's freaking out thinking she hurt. Her brother drastically in the end. All we're okay. Nobody got hurt by the ten snicks nor the angel Kate food pan. There was just a little bit of us sore. Ego of the big sister. Perfect. I can't believe her dad, basically, use the jobs of life. From Lincoln fan. I'm glad that. I'm not the only one who hits ignore the first time. My husband. Can't be that important Kemp important sorry. I'm at work. Another. When my son was about three, and we were living in northern California. We were at the Monterey Bay Aquarium on vacation and at a restaurant. There were some seals near the dock where the restaurant was my son was so excited about the seals. He did not notice that he completely crapped his pants like down to his ankles. It was a horrific mass, and we are in public restroom and had to clean them up. And so there I was in a public toilet stall with my hand in a public toilet for Insinger out some underwear he's screaming and full pope. I'm screaming and freaking out about the pope. And I come out of the stall. And there's a mom there with her daughter who's like about maybe eight and she turns to me because it it gets better. And I said oh God. I hope so. I don't know do just do. I've been wrapped in a garbage bag tied it off at the ankles like a little dress a little toga made out of an extra trash bag. Maybe maybe like a little toga made out. I'm really the only toga. Whatever material are in the batter. All my God. I salute that's horrifying. About sixteen. Fifteen sixteen women switch bedrooms under house tiny house, and she decided she wanted to sleep dumpsters. So the upstairs as new like both in bed with all these doors underneath and one day chores, and there was this little Baz. It's like one of those. I was meant to cute fodder and open is to take Antic five still though the bunny ears and everything I was mortified, but I decided to put it away and not say anything until about three months later. We were having a fight and she was like garnering. Gigantic Evansville under my bed. I. Spoke about the. Good comeback. Oh god. I saw that coming the moment. She was like it looked like it could have a flat iron in it. I was like, but. Finit your mom is just a purse. Great well back when my daughter Kalem was very small maybe about three she was deathly afraid of alligators as probably okay, five, three whatever. And I was old enough to know better than I didn't stop. And I thought it would be funny to tell her that are dachshund was really an alligator dressed in a dog suit. And she's smart enough. Not to believe me until I showed her the places on the dog's further came together and told her those were the scenes. The costume. Yeah. The cost him the dog that was really an alligator inside. So just for context we did live in south Florida where alligators were pretty prevalent. We would see them sometimes on the side of the road. Looking like strips of tire? Here's this was not entirely outside the realm possibility. Yeah, that's true. I was five years old also very gullible which didn't help things why did you do this? What did you know? Just horrible. She still did it. When did you figure out that? I was not quite honest about this. Being the scientific kid that I was I didn't have a waiter rule out for sure. Alligator and the horrible. I was thinking my mom told me not me. Sometimes we lie to our kids for no reason other than to just entertain ourselves. And sometimes we lie to get what we want. I'm not saying, it's okay. I'm just saying. Yeah, I do sometimes tell my younger children that as soon as they go to bed I go to bed. That's what happens because I wish I could go to bed at seven PM. But in reality most nights, I am living their worst nightmare put them to bed. And I watched TV and candy. She left my brother, and I as kids with my grandparents for the week, and she went on a camping trip with my dad and their friends up to Duluth Minnesota. I'm pretty sure and they called me from the road. I think all checking in and I was super homesick. I wanted her to come home so badly and I begged her to come back. She told me that they can't turn the car around because the car was on autopilot. If you try to turn around a car on autopilot, it will explode at of course, that freaked me out. And I was like, no, no, no don't do that. You know, I was crying. And I don't think I really knew that cars wouldn't explode from turning around learn on autopilot cruise control or whatever you wanna call it until I was like a teenager. Hi, Sherry, it's your your daughter in law, nor mcenery. How are you? I'm good. How are you? Good. Welcome to terrible. Thanks for asking calling to get some feedback. Mothers as coming up. And I was wondering if you could describe the kind of mom, I am. Free and open. Love kid ready to tackle anything. Beat so nice man love this. I also want you to give me some like what are things. I don't do very well. Sometimes forgets where they are in when she took them up. Accurate. This is good. This is good. Younger children. It's hard for you to not feel guilty. If you have to discipline. That's true. Also got it so hard when they're totally losing their minds. And that's exactly when you don't give for you. Oh, it's so hard. It is hard. But it pays off. So my sister, and I grew up living with my mom in northwest, Wisconsin. Which means we had a pretty big backyard. The woods right at the end. We had a bird feeder, right, by the woods. And my sister had this irrational fear of black bears anytime, she took a step outside a black bear was just going to come get her and take her away and one day. She was throwing the temper tantrum of all temper tantrums, like she was screaming crying, my mom. Couldn't get her to calm down. No consequences or working time outs. Taking things away tried to talk with their rationalized with her, and my mom who is a small human being like, I think she's four eleven not even five feet tall direct. My sister outside by the bird feeder, which is right next to the woods sat. My sister down at the bird feeder told her to stay there and not get up turn back around and walked into the house while my sister was screw. Naming the black bears are going to get me. Mom, and my mom goes over to the phone, and she calls, our neighbors who we were pretty close friends with and she said, hi, or if you hear screaming and as an time out right now next to the bird feeder. When my son was less than two years old. He was so cute and my husband, and I went out we had a few cocktails, and we came back, and my son snooky, so cute. He was sleeping and always so cute on a bite and I bid him. And he cried. And it was not my best. Mommy moment. But at the time it was terrible. But now thinking back that was well still thinking back. It was terrible. Even then, but we kind of joke about it. Now. I mean, they are they're very viable, and it is hard not to do it hard not to do it. But I think a little jerking does make it easier to break. Barrier. Jeez. I was house sitting for my mom in Arizona, where we have lots of creepy crawly creatures but come out, and I was giving my daughter that. And she was around. I see to to make me feel like a less shitty person. So I'm giving her a bath. Everything's going great. When I feel something Russia against my leg. I think it's one of the dogs shoo them away. I feel it again. I'm like, oh my gosh. Leave me alone tried to do this. And I feel it yet again, and I looked down and there his the biggest spider crawling up my leg. This barking spider was easily the size of my palm. And I panicked swatted away. And instinctively ran out of the bathroom got into the living room crying hysterically because I have. Horrible arachnophobia. And then immediately realized I have left my child, not only in the bathtub alone. But in the bathtub alone with the giant spider. So that I very quickly ran back into the bathtub. She's completely fine. Thank god. I had been gone total like three seconds and scoop, rod bathtub and immediately run into a bedroom and barricade ourselves in there. It's hard to think of one moment with my mom early stands out. But when I was first learning how to drive she asked me if I wanted to pull the big family van into the garage, and she stood at one end withholding hula-hoop thing aim for the hoop. She had told me I shouldn't even need to any gastritis. Let off the break enroll in. As soon as I got over the edge of the concrete. I didn't need to give it some gas. And once I give it a little gas. I it was time to push the break again, except my foot was still on the guest pedal and completely lurch. The family van right through the back wall of the garage. And I'm still not exactly sure how she got out of the way in time. But it was many many days of hard work. My parents actually had me help rebuild the back wall. The garage and did everything back in working order. Wouldn't say that I'm bitter. But. I'm had a habit of racing to everything it seemed like we were involved in so many activities as kids that we were just constantly speeding around to get somewhere, and one of these particular afternoons, she picked us up from school. And I warned her as I was getting in the car that I had to go to the bathroom. And she said, we don't have time. We went down to Minneapolis for prestigious belly class and running up the stairs. And I really feel. The bathroom. And again tells me don't time where leads. At which point I get into class and we begin doing plays to music. Plea won the two. P. All over the floor. Everyone's looking at me standing in a puddle of p in the middle of before. So yes, say for you and my mother for that. But. 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And how funny it was to me that nobody spoke a word to me for God forbid and late or as an adult really kind of realizing that I think the reason it showed up at my door. No one's spoke to me because I don't think my mom was able to speak about things related to sexuality and and bodies. I think she had been to injured by her own experience to be able to do that with me in person. And I don't know if that's true. I don't know how to test that at this point because I lost her eight years ago to breast cancer. But I I regret that. I can't have that conversation with my mom. Adult. When I was a teenager and had my serious boyfriend rather than sit me down and check in with me. She cornered me in the car as I was getting out to go to work. She turns to me, and she goes if you're having sex, you better get birth control. Because if you got pregnant your dad would die how was like. Okay. But I have to give credit. It worked totally got him. I control that day. So growing up. My mom always told me, I had not a great knows. She said if only I could get a quick news job just something really simple that I would look good. So I grew up just feeling like ugly person beyond my nose. I had really messed up teeth as well, and my parents wouldn't pay for braces. So once I moved out of the house, and I went to college I went to Oregon a minimum wage job, and I made tiny payments on braces to get my teeth fixed. After that, I kept saving up money to get my nose sticks. Because you know, I wanted to look like a normal person which I felt like I didn't look like eventually I got pregnant I had kids I got married and just recently, I saved up enough money on my own too. Pay for the surgery, and I actually got the surgery about three weeks ago and really happy with it. I think it looks good. But by the same token, I just I feel kind of like garbage that. I felt like I had to get this surgery to be okay with myself. I feel confident now I have confidence that I didn't have before. But it seems so extreme that I had to have surgery on my face to do it. Now, I see my kids and see my daughter, and she has a similar nose to the one. I had I think she looks beautiful and I just wish. That my own mother accepted me the way that I was. So we learn shame from our parents to not just our moms. Let's be let's be fair here, and we experience. Shame asthma GMs. Ooh, soon as we start before we start even we are. Shamed. Of how we might be fudging up strangers comment on what we eat while we're pregnant or comment on why we're not pregnant yet. Are we gonna have kids when when people tell us to put hats on her babies when it's like, it's like seventy degrees this babies find any potential misstep? It doesn't get easier, by the way after their babies any potential misstep, especially if it's witnessed by another mom, it just carries a lot of weight and Kayla knows this. When my son leave. I was in second grade, I was working overnights at WalMart. And I went and checked out. I got off at seventy Yelm, and it was his data. Bring snacks. So I grabbed some snack cakes and went and checked out and just grabbed a couple other things that I would normally grab. And so I went home, and I had forgot that I had some other things in the bag with the snack cakes. So I just threw his, you know, the WalMart bag with the cakes in his backpack and said don't forget to give them to your teacher. And. Few hours later, you know, I was sleeping because I worked overnight. So I woke up, and I had a missed call from the school. And I was like, oh, my gosh, you know, leave sick or something. So I called the school back and they said Kayla you have since cigarettes school with Levi with his snack for the day. And I was like so mortified, and so I felt so terrible. And she said do you have to come up here and pick them up? And so I thought I felt horrible in till I got to the school and one in the office to get them. And like the look of shame an embarrassment from the. From the office. You know administrator was dislike oh my God. It was the worst villain in the world. It was horrible. One time. I great aunt who lived very close to me. So we went to her house all the time growing up. It was like six blocks away. She packed a lunch for a softball game or something, and I got to softball eight my sandwich. She'd included a pop which was a big deal. Don't get pop all the time crack that seven up. Take a swig. It's a Mickey's malt liquor. Just a fifth grader opening up a malt liquor on the softball field. Seven up is it generic what does it? So. Okay. So. Yeah. And the coach was one of those real perfect, stay at home moms. She was like just really pretty and and and so we're her kids, and she looked at me like, I was a raging alcoholic. Who brought a malt liquor on purpose? So good story. Good story Kayla. You're you're doing okay. I had been told my whole life that I couldn't have a baby. And then my husband, and I still tried for two years unsuccessfully. Tell we miraculously had our first kid. And so I am understating things significantly when I tell you that I was really over protective of her as aby one time when she was about eighteen months old. She was learning. How to go up and down the stairs. And so I did this really careful thing we're likely sit on the top step together. And the we'd scoot down on our butts step by step and one night. We did just that we sat at the top of the steps, and she started scooting before I could scoot next door. And I some something happened and she slipped and I tried to grab her. And I remember the feeling of her shirt passing through my fingers as she slid face up head. I down the entire flight of wooden stairs, choose fine. She was one hundred percent fine. But I screamed like actual blood-curdling murder movie scream for the next two hours. So one thing that I did when I was little over the story was I was in girl scouts, right, right? The time you hosted. I decided with a friend who shall remain the. That we were going to. Like, oh my God. This would be so funny if we just like hit and then everyone's like, oh my God. Where are we come looking for? Then we'd like come out. You know, it was the big group. It was at least like I don't know twelve you know, and I was in charge of the meeting, and I'm pretty sure there wasn't another mom. It was just towards the end of the meeting. We way back claws over the head like the extra chairs every at the door. And like we heard everybody believe you're like waited, and we waited and then we tried to open the door. And then we just like could. I'm at the of the line. I just thought that you were at the end of the line because you you were the kind of kid that would be like if somebody getting line, you would tell me for you. Go get that girl and say, hey, let's go relieving. So, you know, we get all the way down to the door. And then the girl start to like disperse, and I'm trying to keep track of where they are. Because there appeared showing up trying to find their kids, and then like we just somehow managed to open the door. Like, we finally like our hands are slippery enough anymore, and they're like dry, and we can finally open door. And so I'm distracted by the girls just kind of all spreading out in all different directions. And I just remember going. How about you? You come on. Sorry. I know you. All right. Quick break. The rb. 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That's luminary dot link slash TEFA for two months of free access luminary dot link slash TEFA. Cancel anytime. Terms apply. We're back with more. Mom tent. That's mom content. Motherhood is fierce. Okay, sometimes in a survival way. Like this surge of adrenaline that makes it possible for mother to fight off an actual mountain lion that has attacked her kid in her own backyard, which I saw I believe on one of those TV's that's always on in the airport where it's not even a channel just like a TV and the story didn't say like where the mom was just mom wrestles mountain lion. With two hands saves our kids life, and that's amazing. And sometimes it is about that. Sometimes it's about Rippin him outline off your kid. And sometimes it's not so much about the survival of your child was trapped in the jaws if big cat, it is more just about someone has fudged with our kids, and we're going to get revenge. My brother had been on a study abroad trip in Asia for the entire summer one summer, and it happened to be the same summer, we decided to sell our childhood home and move into what would be their retirement home. So my mom ever the thrifty woman. She decided to hold multiple estate sales to get rid of all of our stuff, and they took place inside her home people were just coming in and trying to you know, by our stuff, my brother's room. It was just as closet closed off people were allowed to go in there and by certain things, but she had deliberately closed his closet doors. You know to show that it wasn't for sale. And she found out at some point that just my brothers shirts were gone that somebody stole them. So she started basically a summer long investigation to find out who had been stealing his clothes, which she would do she'd go to all these state sales garage sales in our neighborhood and try to find the perpetrator who you know, he probably was frequenting other garage sales in the state sales and stealing things. And she found the guy he was like, I think teenage boy young adult, I think and she actually found out where he lived. And then she really went to town. She started sending them up for magazines. She put in requests for any religious free religious reading she would start to mail those to his house. She also had a mild diet mountain dew obsession, and so she usually had at least a few empty cans in her car. So she would hold them and throw minutes yard on her way home from work. So she felt proud or at least that she had, you know, vindicated her son of by the time he came back from his study abroad trip. She didn't have any shirts. She didn't reclaim any of them. But she had one hell of story for, you know, corrective retribution. I love that a petty crime deserves a petty response keeper I mean that tattooed on my body. Probably like. One of my arms. My fist. I specifically remember in fourth grade. I had a terrible case of pink and required. My mom having to come to my school almost every day to put in these massive eye drops. And I'm still scarred. By today from what I remember one day. These bullies were picking on me at a know what triggered it? But all I remember is that these two boys one ticked me and the one put something in his lunchbox and like whacked me with it. And some people thought it was funny. And I just remember not being in the greatest mood when I showed up to see my mom, and so she gave me the eye drops and happened to mention like, oh these boys picked on me when like kind of kicked me one hit me with their lunch box. And then all of a sudden, she just stormed into our classroom and just told the teacher that she needed to talk to some. Some people in really know what was happening even though I just told her what happened and she completely freaked out on the two guys never seen these boys more scared in their life. And I was so embarrassed in the moment, but looking back, I'm just really grateful that my mom had her freak out on them. Not me. So not all the people who want to be mothers get to be mothers. I see you not all the mothers who are mothers even want to be mother's. Then I see you to some of our mothers were terrible, some were wonderful, and they died. I see all of you. Some of us have lost children, pregnancies. It's. That's a loss. That is unimaginable. For the rest of us. Not because we can't picture it a we can picture we just don't want to. We don't want to. It's hurt. We cannot imagine surviving and you have and you are an ICU too. I've had three miscarriages since October. And I'm not sure if I'll be able to come there. There doesn't seem to be good reason for them. It's there ever is one. I so badly hope that I can share memories of my terrible parenting with you one day. But for now, I'm just sad. And I'm wishy mother's day wouldn't come. I am thirty one. My dad who was really the rock of our family passed away last February, and I've really been the emotional support for my mom as she grieves the loss of her husband. She does have obsessive compulsive disorder. So that just adds a whole extra layer of. Things I eighty and depression on top of her grief. And I've said a couple times I feel like she's my child I feel like the roles have reversed. I am always checking on her. And I spent every Sunday night with her. And whenever we talk which is every day at the end of the conversation. I hang up, and she did not even ask how I was doing. Like, I don't think I even spoke. It's all her. So with mother's day coming up, it's a little bittersweet from because. I want to honor my mom and all that she did from growing up. I mean what I'm doing for her? Now doesn't compare to the sacrifices that she and my dad made for me as a child. But I'm also like I spend every day honoring my mom and caring for her and going out of my way to support her. So mother's day's almost like. I don't this is going to be sound like a really bad person. But mother's day is almost like, I don't really need another day to talk about mom. I was thirteen weeks pregnant when I found out that I was going to have a DNC because of medical problems and complications. And. A week later. I was sitting in an office. And social worker was telling me of all the days might be hard for me. And one of the day. She said was mother's day. And I probably wouldn't have even thought about it. But now, I'm kind of terrified. Of the day coming up and. Sorry. Yeah. I'm terrified of the day coming up because I don't wanna be sat on that day. Ed, rather? Be happy. And celebrate my mother. My mother's mother and my dad's mother. All the other mothers in my life. But. After the DNC. It's crazy how the body you could be carrying the life thing in your body for fourteen weeks. And have taken out a noodle physically. Feel. Any different? But motionlessly. You're torn up inside. This is my first mother's day as other it's also my first mother's day without a child my son Aaron died last year after seven weeks of life in the neonatal ICU. This mother's day. I hope we can all remember to knowledge of the mothers like me, the ones who are still mothers. But don't have a child to hold. But I realized Nora that you are looking for more light hearted stories. So I'll give you one. In the Nikki than are. So it's monitor babies weight very closely. So every time I removed. We would way his diaper to see how much he lost one time is diaper. Wait five percent of his body weight. So needless to say, we were really proud of our son that. High school when I was a teenager. I had a classic falling out with my mom. We absolutely hated each other couldn't stand each other. And it was really beautiful to turn to my step mom, and she really supported me, and that time where I had this rebellious relationship with my mom, even though she was so far away, and in my relationship with my step mom, I was able to get things that I wasn't getting from my mom, and so as I was going through college, I you know, sort of had this moment where I was like, oh my gosh. Like, which mom is better, which one better supports me. Which one do I like better? And the answer was neither I don't have to choose. That's the beautiful thing about people as that people can fill certain things in your life, and they can be certain people to you. But they don't have to do everything and having to moms and realizing that parents are people to each person has their strengths and their weaknesses is a really beautiful lesson that I got from my relationships with my mom's, and I think that. Go to force because I got two great moms out of and I don't have to choose which one is better. And that's beautiful. There are two moms. I cannot not think about today. One is my mother-in-law, Sherry who lost her son, Michael and one is my mother-in-law Kim who lost her son. Aaron who was my first husband and unbeknownst to me, even as I listened to the voice mail and failed to recognize her voice because she wasn't using her sunny sweet may voice Kim called into this show. And this is her and I love you. Hi, I am many things. I'm a daughter a sister and auntie a friend a wife, a mother stepmother, and a grandmother I love being a mother. It's my favorite thing. Happy mother's day to all you beautiful mothers out there as a mother. I had a boy Aaron and a girl, Nicole. I was the mother of two. And now, I'm the mother to one. Since I lost my son for years ago. A part of me is missing lost gone. I am sad. So how does one move forward from this kind of loss? How to find joy in this strange place without him because it feels strange believe me the world is forever changed. He filled up the world with laughter and love. And now I shout out. Where are you darling? Boy, I wake up with tears streaming down cheeks less often. Now, I love it. When I dream about him, even if it makes me sad. It makes me happy at the same time. He's they're running, dancing and laughing. God, I miss that laugh. I'm learning where to find him and held a feel real joy when I'm very still or what I'm surrounded by people at the airport, or when I'm outside in nature walking the labyrinth or hiking specially at a yoga class. He's here in my heart with me all the time all the time. When I'm with my beautiful daughter, or with my funny, amazing, grandchildren. My sisters my girlfriend's my family. My loving and supportive husband. We talk of Aaron all the time. We keep his spirit with us. I loved being a mom to him in the coal. And I still am my daughter is the best. No, she really is. And my stepdaughter Erica. She's great. And my daughter-in-law, you might know her her name is Nora. She is my family to she's my daughter too. And I love them all to pieces right before Aaron died. I said to him. How will I live without you? What will I do the words just came out? And I was feeling so lost. He looked at me. Like, I had asked the silliest question ever took my hand. And he said you will keep doing what you've always done. You'll keep being you just like always envy here for wealthy. Just keep on loving mom. It's going to be okay. For me. That was like the best gift. Anyone could have ever given me at that moment. He gave me permission to live a happy life. I come back to those words coffin. I am still myself. Just changed. There's more compassion. A bit more kindness and carrying somehow. It's okay. Just like he told me. Love wins. Thank you. Happy or sad or no mother's day at all to all of you. It's mostly a made up holiday, and I personally will be spending mine without my children doing a live event. I will be hanging out with authors. Slush mothers, Lori Gottlieb, Mary Laura Philpott mirror Jacobs, and on Fajardo at the loft wordplay festival here in Minneapolis. So see there. Thank you so much to everyone who shared their stories and their mom stories. We didn't have room to include everything, but we love hearing all of them. Thank you, especially to Angie and Becky Brittany Kaelin Janelle, Jen. Jenna, Jennifer, Kim. Kyla maddie? Maya Meghan, Nikola Norma, Sarah, Susan, Taylor tests and Zoe. We'll be back in two weeks. But if you really miss me, you can download my new book. No, happy endings on audio book. 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Angry Black Rant Podcast with TK Shakur Episode 2

Angry Black Rant Podcast with TK Shakur

1:01:30 hr | 11 months ago

Angry Black Rant Podcast with TK Shakur Episode 2

"One of the things that that that struck me about that video stephen is is you hear him. Actually cry out boys mother. I did not realize that that his mom had actually passed away two years ago. When when you saw that when you heard that what did you think it hurt hurt because I knew that was crap for help. I'm a black man and I dog black man and not know floyd. That's across the hill. We know scream. My mother's name like that unless we know something is wrong in our life is in jeopardy. We had A. We can't control. That was a crack the hill. His kids is tough to see. You know his kids had to see that. I was talking to the mother yesterday and the whole time. I'm talking to the daughter is Raymond. She has to see this whole world has to see this as she has to do with this. The rest of that light is just not right. Man have an explanation for this and she can tell me this spun out of Gastritis Ball and then all of a sudden then we were evolved from monkeys while we still got monkeys nigger hush welcome angry black grant. I'm your host case core. Today I have a special guest with meat by the name of Patrick. Lil Patrick pronounced that correctly yet. Lamb you'll lamb. You gotta like Daniel. Okay thank you for the correction and Patrick. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? Sure so I'm from Akron Ohio. I'm thirty two. I'm a high school history teacher. That's my my full time job. I teach US history psychology sociology and women's studies. That I play music as well Yeah I mean that's that's that's me I guess. What instrument do you play? I play guitar. I also play in the band. I'm not playing a Bass Upright Bass will it's nice to get to know you a little bit more about you will be more about myself and anyone who may have listened to the podcast will know. I was originally from western Pennsylvania. Grew up near Pittsburgh You know pretty. Nuclear family always was kind of a smart kid. But I didn't really have in school so much just kind of didn't know how to do it so I kind of stumbled my way through college. It took forever but I wound up joining the military and going on big world adventure that a eventually led me out here to the West Coast and out here going on island fifteen sixteen years now. So it's been an adventure man like I said I got married. Had A kid and my kid is thirteen years old now so our young looking forward to maybe heading back east at some point in time but I picked up this podcast. I'm not sure if you're familiar with the history but yeah so I I've been a longtime listener of Apr. Yeah thank you for your support and hosting now support. Yeah I'm the new host all right on. Welcome thank you thank you know. We've been through some turbulence and we're trying to get everything to a new level make schmo proud you know right. Yeah for sure. That's the big thing so we're looking forward to taking it. Further and further and Europe huge part of that launch. So if I'm not misunderstanding I believe you have a brother who's a police officer. Yeah yes so. I've got a younger brother. Who's a cop in the towery corrupt? Yes so I mean I. I talked to him sometimes about things that are going on but I don't know our relationship is definitely not what it wants for us. Do you find he has sort of brainwash conservative mentality is? He will actually no. I mean it's not. It's not maybe what one would expect I. He tends to be tends to be relatively fair. I mean these not. It's not like as extreme as out like him to be true but I mean The Times. I have talked to him about things he spend. Maybe that's because he knows he's talking to me. I mean you know. There's that dynamic like I'm the big brother he's looked up to me forever and maybe I'm certainly pretty outspoken. So he might just not want know. Start that station but like I talked to him about George Floyd and I mean he. He certainly didn't make any excuses. I mean he said the cops were obviously we add. A line had no respect for the life of the person that they were dealing with. That was that was about the extent of what he said about it which I would say I find extremely to gentle for to. Yeah that's what I mean like I made. It's like okay. I understand you know. He's not gonNA probably bashes boys and blue but sure but yeah for sure. That's the words capital murder to come out. They have spoken because regardless of what uniform? You're wearing authority. You're giving society no one. No one has the right to kill another person unless it's an execution chamber which I disagree with. I don't believe the ranch antibiotic I agree. I was trying to think about that earlier. Like what what would be the circumstances in which it might be okay for for that type of force to be used like do. Those circumstances even exists Evita. It would have to be such an extreme situation but I agree with you You if you look at look at statistics of the murder rate in our country versus the moderate and other countries that don't have the capital punishment and we're by far undeterred by our capital punishment. So there's really no right. No science science-based database argument that they can make for it either. It's just a matter of vengeance and cruelty and cheaper and then it's a it costs more money than to kill people. And then it does to just incarcerate them. I would like to see our system turn into one of re actual rehabilitation. I mean part of. I'll get into what happened to Jewish floor a little. While but as part of repairing black America this has to has to change from a position where black Americans are walking around for our lives every day. And it's something that's other people can't see we put on a mask and we make it invisible to other people and then when something like this happens erupts and you see the chaos on the streets so we have other people who then react to what they see visibly but they have they have to understand in America has understand it. There's there's a catalyst for all this has to come to an end. So as far as officers concerned charging him with capital murder and no less seeking capital punishment. In this case. Could that be appropriate? I guess in some people's eyes in my eyes. We need a prison system that takes people as part of reparations through rehabilitation and then releases into the public ready to go to work ready to see their families and provide good jobs for those people. Even if they are government jobs we we we to stop this punishment mindset and moved to a rehabilitation mindset. Where Okay. Let's say right now at this point in time. African American men aren't doing so good. Let's just admit to that. Okay I will own that so rather than throwing my generation away like Joe Biden. Did who now wants wants me to vote for him. Yeah let's change this around. Okay we have these anti-social policies and anti economic policies like the war on drugs. How much of our economy goes unaccounted for that? We could be taxing regulating. Educating pave in our streets with we have this ignorant punishment mindset in America that just unreasonable and it comes from the legacy of slavery in the history of African European relations in America. And we're at the point. Where if this is Donald Trump's influence if we don't fix it we're going to turn into a dictatorship and nobody's GonNa like it. Yeah Yeah I mean. There's so much to unpack with what you just said. Yeah I don't know where to start. I Made I history as a history teacher. That's where I tend to start to look at things. I guess and I mean definitely right connecting it back to connect to go back to slavery and The the effect of that on today's society is it's been almost as though it's designed to keep an entire group of people in sort of a second class status in subservient In their play role in society that is called terrorism nothing less than terrorism. The point is to make you watch it right. So the whole point of on that man's neck create minutes as opposed to pull out a gun and shooting him in the head was to display the cruelty to make every last one of us vicariously Phil what that man was going through. And it's a it's the same method that they use on the plantation. If the the big black buck got too strong or too authoritative his ass had to go and everybody. They sample of them right. And so now if you're that big black buck if you can't dribble a basketball or catch a football guess where your ass is going to prison. Or THEY'RE GONNA kill you on the street. And that's the reality of being a black male in America if the that eight minutes fact. I can't wrap my head around it I mean I don't know there's no words to even say anything. I mean eight minutes. That's such an incredibly long time It was not a I was afraid for my life and I made a split second decision this is. This is not the time to think about it. Not only that the son of a bitch put his hand this pocket so he could put more pressure on the guy's neck man so I mean this is enough. Yeah to me. This is probably the invisible empire work K. Dirk clansman in this country everywhere and this is the type of stuff that the clan does. It doesn't do the old force lynching anymore doesn't do. The old boogeyman tax. Said tactic said it used to now it passes laws that kneecap the voting rights act and now does things like suffocate. You shoot you dead in the street by the police officer or incarcerate you and let's say goal of prison where you're nothing but a slave who is actually on a plantation. I mean that that's actually what are incarcerated state is. It's a slave system and it's time to recognize that as part of this mechanism the episode before this when I addressed a on a hot take not even a full episode as the Swisher the other day but basically George Floyd was off the plantation. Anybody who is black and white space that they're not supposed to be in the mindset is the same of. Why are you not on the plantation? And I'm going to call the slave patrol. That's exactly what we saw in central park. One woman who is a finance executive he had a black man who is a Harvard graduate. Also an executive. Both of them last cooper now that can go all the way back to the sixteen hundreds. They could be family. There could be related. And this is the reaction because of skin tone have you. Have you done any genetic analysis? It's funny you ask just like recently. My family did my parents and me and my brother Yeah so I am. Sixty seven sixty eight percent Irish and thirty two percent English a twenty seven percent British. Uk English. Yeah other sixty seven percent is west African. Of course. Can't my mother is almost totally Nigerian. We never knew that until recently but her family came from Nigeria through Haiti through South Florida. You know the plantations in south Florida and Georgia yeah and eventually migrated to Pennsylvania one thousand nine hundred eighty two when she was forty four when she was two years old. So that that legacy when you're talking about what happened in Central Park. It literally could be that they're related and when I look at my twenty three and me results you know it's an even split and there's the percentage of relation that I have to these white folks in my group is the same as I have to black folks about my so it's such a silly family fight that human beings need to figure out Lions Tigers and bears. Don't do this to each other folks. Sure but with policeman. I feel like the majority of the police in this country are nothing but under educated thugs who are giving way too much with authority over the rest of us and I think I think by and large. That's I would agree with that. I don't know that a lot of them put that much thought into it. I A lot of it is just. I mean it's the system. It's racist system right. So it's the whole you can enter into it as a good person with the best of intentions and sure. WanNa make the world a better place for make it safer whatever. But when when you fall in line and Sorta do what the system wants you to do you know. It has these outcomes So yeah I think I think in effect that trae. I don't I guess I just I don't know how much I wish people would think about it more and sort of realized what it is there a part of. I mean here's the thing about the white supremacist mindset is that you put a black man and that uniform and he still has a white supremacist mindset. Yeah you put a Latino and Asian whatever and they perform the function exactly. That's what I mean by that system. It's that it's It's how it's designed right right so to me. It's the perception of black men in America has to change the first way to go about that. In my opinion of course the the war on drugs total joke it should have been discount disbanded under Obama. That was his biggest failure aside from let that asshole making produce his birth certificate. But if you would have ended the war on drugs and happy one less cudgel against the community remaining and at this point I wouldn't doubt it. It's the justice. Department decided to have war on drugs on steroids drones and assassinations and everything else so that S terrifying. Yeah I mean you can definitely see that how things could go in that direction right. So we're we're constantly sliding towards this police state. That's yeah you know if you watch enough dystopia movies on Netflix. I do you know you know where this going. Yeah Yeah I mean those see more and more realistic like especially some of the older like some of the maiden at nineties like those dystopia in sci fi movies watching today and it's like oh. This isn't even extreme. No it's it's actually rational. It's almost predictable. The Ark of humanity is almost predictable. But there are these points in time where things get go from a straight line to a crinkle wrinkle in time and I think we're in one of those wrinkles in time because of this Cova crisis that is first of all everybody's kind of tents and ratcheted up but at at the same time we're able to retreat a little bit of us who can and be at home and you know relieve ourselves from stress and it's going to change how we do things in the long term and how we interact with each other to the to the degree that maybe this sort of high degree of social interaction calms down. Maybe refined less of a need for policing made crime goes down. You know just for example but I think we're in one of those periods of time were all kinds of paradigm shift and when you have the mayor of Minneapolis coming out in less than twenty four hours and fire. Four police officers one killer three on the cruise and then the next day. He's calling for charges. And why have been charges filed? That's progress. It's it's what Malcolm X. equivocated as you stuck a knife and six inches in my back and you put it out three inches. I'm not going to congratulate you for that. This is still a Nathan pack right but at least you voted out three inches bro. I'm breathing a little easier now so slowly but surely that knife has to get pulled out and I think reparations has to be reparation reconciliation akin to Germany with the Nazis has has to be done here and the problem is the obstacle of that honestly is not the people that we think are the obstacles to it because they are a minority in the white liberals that are the obstacles to not her. Yeah so what you're saying. You're saying it's not the the people that are loudly against people of color that are really even the issue right. Yeah Yeah I mean. I think that that's on the left. I mean among a lot of my friends I mean there's there's the willingness to sort of only go so far you know it they feel like it's too much like it. Sorta upsets the apple cart. Too Much you know the status quo but as I think ultimately. That's I think you're right. That's what's necessary something that would have to be on a huge national scale. That's what would be presidential election is what yeah someone from the top has to say. Look if we're ever GONNA move on as a country we gotta deal with this or we're going to keep having fires and riots police killings but that takes a oppression that I'm not seeing from the American public right now. We don't even share the same information and now the getting worse with with covert people don't even have to go out into the world and you know be faced with the different opinion of their coworkers. All stuck at home sure But this could produce a paradigm shift in the the sense that if you're being lied to when you believe the lies and grandma dies will now. It's not a myth anymore because grandma died from it right so that's the kind of event that's what I meant. That could really change in shape things. Even terms of our politics operate for now. Yeah tough sledding. Hope Yeah Yeah sledding. But I think you know for all Joe Biden's faults the guy we have now so horrible. We're definitely going to see a wave this fall and we can't do it. We did with Obama. We can't do what we did with any other President CEO. You may have this election orgasm and forget about it. Yep Falling Yeah. Yeah you're right. Yeah it takes constant engagement and especially with local politics to the presidential elections only every so often. There's only so much you can affect on that level right right but I mean everyone can make make a difference locally. It's still very difficult to operate within politics and twenty twenty on. This is something that we need to modernize my opinion. I'm a big Fan of hip hop. I don't know if you listen to Jay Cole. But he had a line that I really loved on his last album where he said it's basically he was saying it's twenty twenty. Let me choose the things on funding with an APP from my phone. So okay I'm GONNA give you my tax money. Let me allocate it right. Yeah now that's democracy. That's real power. Yeah for sure that would be direct democracy and choosing where each one of your tax dollars goes no wonder what that would do to if that if everybody in America did that what the budget would look like if it was a representation of what people said. Yeah because your budget. Your budget is your priority. Ultimately it comes down to you Paul right so yeah I mean I really am. That is the most pure form of democracy now even here in Oregon where we vote by mail. It's still difficult because you get a book this thick right and I'm an independent so I get the independent voter ballot and I don't recognize anyone's name and I'm not going through this thirty page booklet. So yeah I'll see in general. Basically that's archaic at this point. That's absolutely archaic so even vote by mail is progressive. Is that seems now. We need to look at voting by email secured Internet voting and definitely we need to dismantle the mechanisms. That perpetuate these systems of power that keep police like that in place so the electoral college the structure of the United States Senate needs to change. It's insane that Wyoming has as much power as California. That's insane what that does is you know. This is another function of how white supremacy works in America on autopilot. You have two senators from Montana. Four hundred thousand people mostly white. You have two senators from California forty fifty million people mostly Mexican. That's not fair and no way and I'm not saying we shouldn't tip the scales a little bit. Maybe grant them a little more leverage. But if you're a Californian your vote is basically counting for about one sixty fourth the power of a Montana and how the hell is that fair. Yeah so those sorts of inequities lead to what we see on the streets because we never get in a position of power to change things. Yeah and that's all held over from you know politics and like the early American republic when they were worried about these slave states while they're not counting All of these enslaved people as as people. Because they're they're count them as their property so they are not going to have as much representation in Congress. So we're going to even it out a lot of people realize that's what the three fifths compromise was about. It wasn't and I understand where AFRICAN AMERICANS COME FROM. The perspective of they were declaring three fifths of a human being differ. We'd be degraded that's true. But the actual purpose was representation in Congress representation and the Senate. All of that stuff was being factored into the total population of your state. So if you were a slave owner your argument was hey I got all these people live in here and batch account for something. Well they're slaves so happen be participants. Will we'll count three fifths of the participant and that's where that compromise came from but if I recall correctly correct me if I'm wrong. That never got into active three. I don't know I would say I don't know I don't know how it was A. I was going to say that the way that that I know that some northern politicians viewed that compromise was instead of looking at it as counting slaves as three fifths of a person they looked at it as an as a reason to try to get southern slave owners to free their slaves because if you free them and their counterparts five fifths of a person and you haven't even larger representation so it was in a scene in the sense as like a punishment for having them As slaves I would say that was never I believe it was never enacted by law but I believe it was enacted by virtue of the Carson will state where especially in southern states. If you are convicted of the felony you lose your vote to right right to vote. Excuse me and that might be a period of time where maybe lifetime. But the penalties of felony disenfranchisement are most severe in the exact southern states. Did the slave states. It's literally you can see the gradual increase if you look at the map of how it supply that the south's it's still the same conditions and it's it's a weird thing 'cause you you look around it all this progress quote unquote but really if you take the. I think they've made us all slaves at this point. And if you if you take the slave wages from four hundred years ago and inflated them that's probably what we're all making right about now compared to Jeff bezos sir. Bill Gates those guys. Yeah we're we're we're making pancakes but yeah I mean it's definitely a class class warfare thing For sure I mean I think there's still Like we were saying you were saying earlier Like communities of color don't seem to be doing as well compared to other ethnicities but I I mean that's still a holdover from slavery. I mean those are. Those are the results that take a really really long time to. I mean they don't just disappear. You have to proactively do something about correcting those things. And we haven't done that so so. Yeah we're still there. It's it's worse than having that corrected. Its perpetuated the system slavery by. I think that's right. It made it stronger in in some ways and so in progress. You you mentioned progress. It's in a way it's it's just changed really. It's yeah I mean I don't know if it's better worse It's different you know. I know it is different but you you go to prison and they leash you out to Turkey factory for thirteen cents an hour in the middle of night on some bus. What's the real difference there? You're in chains. You're being overseen by officers with guns overseers with guns probably on horses. Angola prison is just the plantation. And it's really nothing more than that and people need to wake up to that fact but since you have token elites that puts a veil over the face of black America but the truth is statistically we have the same amount of wealth now that we did eighteen sixty five which is two point six percent of the wealth still and a two hundred and thirty year gap which by the time things get said done will be three four hundred year gap. So it's the only way to achieve peace in this country. The problem is I feel like too many people survive off of the discord and survive off. The bodies of African Americans take for example people who live in prison towns. If you take that prison away their jobs gone right. So they're gonNA vote for stiffer. Crime stiffer penalties. You have a profit motive in locking people up. That could go down to the level of the Individual. If even if it's a public prison it can go down to the level the individual you take a private prison and they have a separate level of profit motive because now it's corporate profit and its profit down to the level of the individual. Yeah so it's you know it's really just to me. If you are a prisoner we should only focus on rehabilitating you and your work should be paid at minimum federal minimum wage with benefits. It's like anyone's prison. Prison should be a job writer. The only thing that you get to do is go home at night to yourself. Have your little social time. But you're either being educated or you're working for the state but not some company. I agree with you and that I mean if I mean logically it would. It would make sense that. Why wouldn't everybody want the hat? Because if you if we're saying that these people are going to be there for a set number of years and then determines up and they go back into society. I mean it just seems to make sense that you would want people in society that are educated and can have a skill and have You know some sort of self worth. They've been built back up. And you know like you said rehabilitated are in this that brings us full circle to George Floyd. Yeah I learned. Well probably yesterday. George floor was Stephen Jackson friend from the NBA. He played for the San Antonio Spurs for the Warriors Nice Duties. He's in the media now and they actually look a whole lot of like to the degree that they called each other twin and they actually went and checked to make sure they didn't have the same father. I mean this Guy Steven. Yeah and you know He. He broke down and cried and I saw that reaction then. He was on breakfast breakfast. Revenue cried again and so hopefully having Stephen's presence in this mixture will push the issue even further because he's in Minnesota right now but there are some problems on the ground there. I'm hearing about with like some of these proud boy showing up and instigating things because people. Some people want civil war in this country. Yeah so you know some of these bodies I think. I think the overall response that they want is provocation. I think that that police officer probably is part of the invisible empire and George Floyd was killed just like the others were killed to try to provoke a reaction to instigate some sort of race would. That's what I think is going on so you think it's like actually orchestrated like something like it's it's set up in that way. Yeah yeah I mean there were? The clan definitely made a decision at one point to stop doing the robes and hoods and move into corporate spaces aspects. Yeah you're seeing it. I mean guys like Steve. Bannon guys like right. Richard Spencer is a hanger on you. Have this it's a scary Nazi movement. That's being pushed forward in America. And now the ground soldiers are reacting to it. Now they're feeling emboldened by and a lot of them are wearing uniforms. I can't think anything but the worst about that police officer who did that to sit there with a smirk on his face. A little fucking smirk right. No in this man was going to die and just calmly did it as if he were drowning or puppy in the river or something just sadistic man and the only thing that can allow you to do that to another human being is cognitive distance. Shot out the cog this but that's the only thing that can allow us to do that to another human being. Which is he didn't see them as human running if you do if you recognize that that other person is a person that has worth in value and you know just like you do. You can't do it unless you see on this. I don't know something else. So at this point we have seeven Jackson who looks like the man to humanize him to a higher degree. I see what you're saying thankfully so I'm hoping that that makes a difference but this is it's insane to come off the everything which actually happened a couple months ago. We just found out about it. Yeah and a great video just came out. I mean that that's the situation very much akin to the scenario. I'm speaking of this. Guy Is literally a clansman. We saw him photoed at a rally. He was a police officer for something. Like twenty five years. They kept writing bad stuff about them writing bad finally he got retired and did he gets deputized. And I guess the theory that we're seeing an operation is what they called Deputized Whiteness. Which means that generally any white person in America has a deputy badge on America on their chest that they can use against African Americans that works and so that situation with the my artery. These guys felt deputy deputized literally to the point where they performed a citizens arrest quote unquote with gun right now. What if we all go around making citizen's arrests like that? Yeah it's vigilanteism. I mean it'd be just chaos. I got I got one hundred Vegas hundred vagrants around the corner from me Portland. There's homeless people litter all over the place constantly breaking the law. If I if I decide I want to take care of the problem. That way is it. Okay no no so right I mean I think I feel like a lot of that has gotten much much worse than age at trump. It's I mean at least I never. I'd never heard such it just blatantly racist things out of people's mouths in public and just casually as I do now Since he's been elected in sort of normal is that type of speech and behavior and yet. I think that deputized whiteness. That you talk about is is it affect of that amid it it comes from seeing him do it every once without consequence and ultimately though I mean the actions of that officer endanger your brother and that is the perspective. The rest of the police need to observe his. Hey nobody's GonNa take forever and you you've seen it you've seen retaliation in Dallas and New York in other places in the more at happens the more people are going to retaliate civil war where people line up on fronts. This is not eighteen. Sixty five we're going to use data and digital methods and swatting and reputation destroying. We have a whole different means of fighting each other. Now that we better start recognizing and start preparing to defend ourselves from but as far as physical civil war. I think we've have something minor skirmishes here and there. I could see that happening. Especially if trump gets reelected because he's going to press the issue even further and he's GonNa scare people in so America's in place and I've been telling my dad for about ten years like we're headed for civil war in this country. It's getting bad you know it's getting bad. That's yeah it's scary I don't know I don't I really don't know what to expect to. It's I mean if trump gets reelected I mean that's want to think about it. I mean it's it's been as bad as it spend to this point and to think that I mean because then the gloves would really come off. He would have no. He's not going to get reelected again. The there's no reason to try and appease people very no constraints right. I don't know I don't know it's scary stuff news. I think. Do think we're probably going to make it out of this but I think it's going to be ugly and we're going to have to drag his ass out honestly because he he knows what's waiting for him. But at the at the end of the day not to see his whole family bankrupted and what we what we need across the board you know. We talk about vigilanteism. We talk about the police. Talk about the president but what we need across the Board is Justice Simple and plain justice and if we had that accountability across the board. None of what's going on with going on none of that we wouldn't have this jackass president because he would have been out on his ass a long time ago where he never got elected because we knew it. We knew that yeah. And if we had actual Justice Brock Obama would've been able to select a a juror. I mean June a judge. It's important justice. Yeah right but we don't have justice in this country for everyone. We only have justice when you can afford it. Yeah it literally. I heard a billionaire say recently millionaires. Don't really have access to the legal system in America. Millionaires don't right. He said millionaires. Think they do. They allow right. So what chance do we have right? We'RE WE'RE JUST FODDER FOR THE COURT SYSTEM FOR PRISON. Depending on how society sees you on that that wrong you're likely to be more fodder for it but I don't know man anything else you want to tap into today. We've been on this police. Yeah I don't know I don't know not talk about anything you talk about religion that plays apart. Yeah let's talk about religion and specifically. I would like to talk about what happened. In South Carolina with Jim Clyburn Joe Biden was the shittiest primary candidate. We've seen in a long time. But he had Ason in the hole and that was the Black Church in South Carolina right so all summer long all spring long last year you can see Clyburn floating around Biden Smile and everything's in the bag right. He knows he's got it so. I'm just waiting for this action. You see Bernie climbing climbing climbing all sudden burning. It's red hot the attacks the attacks don't work. He's still red hot so the plan. The entire time was dilute. The Phil make sure you have this. Demographic distance graphic demographic all across the board deluge support. And when that doesn't work everyone drop out and get behind by. That was the plan the entire time. Yeah so now. You're in a situation where you're stuck with the worst possible candidate because you force them on us and we have to sit here and bear it and honestly. I don't know if I can vote for him. I'm probably not but I definitely can't vote for the other sides of I think I'll take my my one luxury as an Oregonian and just not vote. Yeah that's a man. That's I mean I certainly can't fault you for not wanting to vote for him he's He's a hard guy to vote for. I mean at this point. I'm certainly planning on voting for him. I mean yeah of course not voting for trump and in a vote anywhere else I've been. I'm in Ohio. Which is swing state out of gone? Conrad so I feel like I have to. But it's it's every day I turn on my computer and it's like you said something else. That's like he's literally. He's begging people to not vote for me. It's not too late. Democratic Party is not too late. It's not everybody seems like Cuomo. Just you know your old switcheroo put Cuomo in there. Whatever that'd be fine whatever head but it's this is is just not there anymore just mentally. He's he slipping and I think we really need to have term limits and government age limits as limits and term limits. Where over seventy you. Don't get to be president unless you're already in office wing turned seventy no. I don't know that I've put limits on it because that's I mean the voters should vote for them if they're but I guess that's Kinda easier said than done because they influence pedal. Yeah you're right and then you wind up with money goes a long way right. Then you wind up with an eighty two year old. You Know Speaker of the House who really doesn't give a shit about anything putters RIA. I think term limits though in Congress Would really go a long way. I mean when that when the system was built I mean Congress. People weren't the founders weren't thinking that they were going to be a career politicians. They were going to be like a farmer that gets elected and goes to Congress and then goes back home in Works for a few years in DC. And he's done but what's to is yet you've got people that are just in government in the same role forever. And then you know you get corruption and nepotism and everything bad starts happening there basically deciding the president for us for we ever even have an option. I mean I think you can probably expect camera Harris to be the VP pick. And I think that that's the reason she was the first one dropout honestly. I think it was promised to her. The he he offered it to. Probably so I would look for that to happen any day now but DNC has a chance to fix this before it's too late and even if it's not sanders manages do better to just. It's it's horrible to have to choose between these two guys. I know I know they had all of these other options. I think Biden is is probably the worst of the field. What we ended up with that. That's so indicative of the politics that were at and back to religion and Clyburn. He fixed South Carolina through the churches and African. Americans need to realize that you are being manipulated by your religion and Christianity by the church. It has it's a thing where an speaking Nathan Black folks in America dull necessarily worship Christianity your practice Christianity. Your Christ what they worship Church. They worshiped the culture of Church. The language the songs the food the smells. I've I love it. I love that feeling. You probably went to churches a Kid. You probably yeah. I was raised raised Catholic Church every week. Kiss so those familiar smells and it's a community and it's a comfortable place so that is what I believe that they have a hard part giving up and the evidence. I'm a point to when they do wake up to Christianity's bullshit a lot of them. Then run to be Blackie Grizzle Israelites. Or to be Muslims. It's like no. You're just trading masters that's all you're doing. Yeah and and so out. Kinda give my conversion story for me. I was in the army when nine eleven happened. And so I'm in uniform training and Georgia and now I realize we're going to war and I realised that our war is against a group of Muslims and that it's based on religion and then I realized. Oh I'm in a gang. That's really big well-funded gang. I'm GONNA Christian Gang. Well what would it make clear to me was that we're the Christian country? They're the Muslim country and that it is nothing more than gang and so I didn't become an atheist. Stan took some time with spent the rest of my time in the army. Got Married believed in all that stuff cat baptized within the last ten or twelve years. I got back to all this stuff so finally one day through. I guess through. Listen Bill Maher listening to other folks like George. Carlin just started to dawn on me like maybe it's all bullshit. I started listening more and more. Listen to Matt Dillon. Honey Community of Austin and then I found Ishmael and that was probably Ishmael may gave me the ability to be proud atheist. Where before Ishmael? I was in the closet about it. Yeah I knew personally when I came out to my mother as an atheist that I could come out to anyone because she is the Christian influence in my life also reaction like it took her a long time to react to believe it or not. She thought He's just mad at guide right and you know she came into a to me with the Matt. God arguments and I said mom. I'm not mad at God because I don't believe in it. So that's for the African American community. The tradition of church being churched as a term that is being used now we can do the exact same things we can have the exact same tradition. But let's trade that book out with you know physics on Sunday straight ahead geometry on Sunday. Let's all gather two hundred of us in a room and praise the shit out astrology or not a strong been astronomy right. Yeah we can organize. I think that's around. That's true for for anyone leaving. That's leaving God. Faith third or becoming atheist I mean leaving that community is I think. That's the one of the biggest hurdles for for most people And I would. I would guess that in the black community. It's again probably an extension of slavery. Church on Sundays was a place that That they could have some sort of community income. Come together and not. Stephen is deeper than that. Rushdie's so Dora slave times. Who was the star of the black community? The preacher was the star tracking. Yeah now you move forward and you move all the way up to James Brown. James Brown idolized. The preachers is community. That's where he got all of his style from names. Brown basically adopts Al Sharpton so the whole tradition country way back in and has just progress to the point where it is now and I'm Kinda losing my train of thought but you know the progressive nature of how the Church influences Black America. It more it updates to the point. Now where the. The Mega church is this big corporate monster. There's so much money attached to it that it goes beyond the preacher. Who is now a superstar? Okay so you had a superstar. Pastor that turned into to start to turn into superstar arm be stars it then evolved into now superstar passers again through the culture and so guys like Td. Jakes WHO APPEAR TO BE GENTLE. Men and gentle giants guys like What's his name? The Guy who's crush dollar which is the worst Damer approach. You can never have but you know. These guys appear to be benevolent to this flock. They appear to be powerful and people are attracted to that and so now you have these churches especially in Atlanta where rich people were coming just dressed to the nines and it is still the only place in America where most black Americans feel comfortable gathering associating in that way being powerful having a power structure Outside of cities that have large black populations like Chicago land in Detroit so the church is still the center of the community. And I'm just suggesting. Pull THE DAMN book out of it and replace it with with a new one every week and Organiz around other principals because obviously this isn't serving our community very well right and I point to the Asians who are the least religious and the most productive as it seems China actually banned religion. I believe which you know. I don't know the Communist Party of China they may have good for them North Korea has its own state religion. But they're crazy all around good for China in that regard at the same time I believe people should have their freedom. So I'm I'm kind of against bans but at least the resistances minimal to that. They're right yeah I mean people should have their freedom so and I'm in favor of of that it's religious influence in government that that really bothers really bothers me. I mean churches are going to exist. Let them exist but pack this. Yeah Right Tax. Especially now that they're a what was it the some of that small business money than Came in the stimulus package that churches were grabbing at Yup. Yeah like that's that's not right. I mean and that then infringes on my right says. Secular person has an atheist. Sure I'm going to fund these other beliefs but I mean how. How scary is that in this day and age having a thirteen year old daughter? She's about she's about the loser right now. I have no doubt about it. They'RE GONNA lose their right to abortion within the next twelve months man. So I'm sorry that women made this tragic mistake but I'm also sorry that Obama didn't poor. Bg off the court and provide us with a more stable court. That's but that that whole religious like you know do as you're told via flock don't stray from the pack which was a movie oddly enough but that whole thing has to be broken up. I don't know what in the world I I see it slip in a little bit in the black community but man had that the psychological hole that keeps us back from greatness. In my opinion I think it is a part of that subservient thinking from slavery as You said that. Your Christianity tells you not to rise up on your enemy turney. Other champ being docile. Forgive man you know. When we're out there slinging bullets in Vietnam. Nobody's forgiving shit right so you know. There's the principals to me. I try to live by silverware. I think everyone should understand what the silver rule is and how everything in every religion can be still down to the silver will and if we if we live our lives that way. I think that's all it's required in terms of you. Need the golden rule. What was the golden rule it. Actually the golden rule was the civil rule. I Oh okay got updated your got. I see but I believe it was Confucius who created the silver rule which was and I could be totally mistaken so pardon me if I'm wrong but Confucius's rulers treat others as you wish to be treated and then the golden rule was do unto others as you would have them do unto you so the language was changed but yeah yeah same idea right right. So I refer to Confucius's rule rather than the Judeo Christian golden rule. Now I learned something new man been going for about an hour so now got anything else on your chester. No I mean nothing. Nothing at the top of my head. Yeah had a blast talking to you. I love the show. I'm glad gladys can't go and again thank anytime you want to record. Hit me up. Yeah you just want to some shit off your chest or whatever you know. I'm looking for partners in the broadcast. I guess so. We want to have you on regularly. I appreciate it so with that. This has been another episode of Angry. Black Grant podcast. I'm your host. Tk core and as always periods. When you want to give one out up apiece ago. Go we go smelly loving love Yesh. So what's up everybody Well my Podcast is basically about covering news religion social issues in basically anything And I just say I almost gave you to intro. But I just say it's due to is angry black atheist So I'm basically just 'cause I didn't WanNa stay regulated just to religion in. Atheism is very important to me. And recently I had a whole a Co host who was not an atheist She wasn't she wasn't religious. I guess and she wasn't a Christian. She was black but she was into Wu. Like into spiritual had only wanNA give her a cop out and spiritual. She was into like Tarot cards and stuff. So anyway so lately. It hasn't been a lot about atheism even though I always try and cover some kind of religion topic but basically yeah. It's it's like just a news and current events story where me Co host in now right now is a bunch of guests actually love so I have a new person? Come on like Daniel came on and I'm about to put that up probably on Thursday as a bonus episode but yes I was just me talking about.

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Ep 23: On Getting Fitter While Building Immunity

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Ep 23: On Getting Fitter While Building Immunity

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Admits, dokes about building a healthy body image all while maintaining a charming sense of humor. Without any further, delete. Dr Underneath I how you? By going on lockdown as Mula whatever your last two months been Naik. Dick with the House the keys with everyone on your head. I want to start off this conversation on the north all I think. Generally when people think about head tend to think about that comes to mind is a number on their wings cute. But from what I understand I. Follow Your Voice on nine and I've come across your Book and honored that you will do not follow that line of Games, so I wanted to ask you. What does a heavy relationship with four nuclei? Milanov times when be looking at number on skates, Gender League many things you know what born its muscle is fact there's so many things so just a number of the scaling never define how fit or the yet on me I think that people are trying to do any kind of diet or any guide food regimen change I think it should be more sustainable rather than doing just two days of e, too few days of who a few days of GM wanted Iot, and all those big eight thirty losses, and this is not a sustainable My understanding of the size because I have myself dried all these things analysis feel that be restrict. nutrition always end up being something binge eating at some point so sustained is the he who maintained a good board. Debate and relationship. Food doesn't mean guilt. In should not happiness. It should mean the hunger is done with. You are feeling normal. You're feeling active and you have sleep Szott. Ford relationship should nongo will be on this and to make good point because what you mentioned. Obesity reorganized the fact that Jesse thing of those things that negative emotions, but that non. Acknowledge is that when the each using the happy dimes When something would happen. That is also unhealthy back on because any damage, the status suic- dean food stealing goods because every time. That happens to promotion evaluation book the. Out that's really important. Do you think that MRS? Antena needs to be job any early on dot associating food with highs and noise. Absolutely this has to be coming from childhood I remember. When we were young, something went wrong. beeping crying about something up would give us. Andy or United Mataya something to make us any better. Because of so Japan dolphins rarely so Moore's of US data Feeling Sad. You'll be going to that Assad Gypsies making as something that is going to make happy, so those associates formed in childhood, and I think we should really not. That kids a reward for anything should not be food I mean especially not something which we know that does Nagano the head of the for us later on. To the next thing, it's pretty much nine with what we spoke about. Being pin doesn't necessarily mean that you'll has t and being head the necessarily mean Pin the. What is your take on this? If you are at a normal normal BMI. Even though you may look in fact, it doesn't matter you know. Some people can be but this is not. Sites? It's basically the chemical reactions going on in your body. That is something in. Be Skinny, but activist John Fact height, so those skinny fat be below actually even more prone to getting diabetes fatty liver. Then people would be must. and. have less belly fat visually even measurably. It doesn't necessarily mean that you're gonNA start. Your going to be unhealthy on hand. The Steam Nora's been high BMI is being very heavy that BMI's accounting for as I said, muscle is one of the wound reach, so some people are just you know there are different kinds of body struck Joe's by the body signs on define your health at all. Do What Guy Define your head? How do you get signals from your body? Example of somebody who's diabetic and has a knock, so they'd have more urination. They'd have more toes. They'll be eating more than usual. If you're getting signals like this for example I don't sleep. Well I have been in my joints I. Don't feel like waking up in the morning and I'm sleepy during the day you. Know that you have to read about your body, know that okay something is wrong. You don't hope daily you are. Your Huron is yellow. Those basic things in other should know about it. Our body should trying as he'd the signals body will tell you that it's not feeling well, and we kinda. Keep ignoring the popping up in. Remember one lives. That's something that we need to keep an eye on. Okay. Yeah, that's really important Chris even for me, too. I'm pretty much on the lowest, standard. became. Ice Cube for my height, but what happened was that I'm not joined acne. I thought it'd breaking out than when I was twenty four. and Luckily. My dermatologist pointed out that I actually have incident assistance on on something. That's comedy spoken about in India, but. I would have never realized looking by way, Dole any of that I would have now or that I. Had something that could potentially need more seaters in what but people. Generally Houston to the signals that he gives them the day. Yano Suzy activities delhi-new about insulin resistant. The acne is a full sign of prediabetes. Lot of people think it's hormonal, so it's not hormonal. Birthday is generally an incident which is going here and there so these are signs. That looks some people have laws. Some people will have you know dry this up. People will be. On the skin, the those are the little signs of you need to watch out for. Moving onto the next thing you mentioned out be. Yet, on these numerous diets that he will in fasting district teams that are out said in the would, and it keeps changing every yod five or six new things that come out so according to you. What are the biggest bronze of the ones that are at least? Days and off these is that any best diet on likely spoke about a audio is modulation and Washington Joy. Keep okay, keep those nothing new or does just I think it game to India Aga's away. He does benefit your diet. So going to downside of Edo downside of it's not sustainable. You've got light. You have a life like you said. Food is given so much importance. You cannot possibly main in the. Wrong time you'll have to break it because it only. Gave? That we don't even. We live in and. That is alcohol. Desserts all the time, so sustainability of Ito's burial. Another downside of the Diet is people are doing, and yet they keep on breaking. They ended up gaining reach. End Up having problems rather than you don't losing the weight or whatever they're trying to achieve. Card from with equal is there is this misnomer of watch protein being eaten so not of skater diets which are given online. No people were naturally educated. Get eight or one to someone's kidney functions. They will end up giving more protein than fact. So. What happens is somebody who's based on functional, not known. And bombarding them with too much dean. Begin Hafbro so I'm not saying everybody would have problem, but somebody would be thanking those downsides of died, but these other teams associated which may give a bad rap to this died down the line. Yeah, you know it should be done on your own. The Diet State doesn't have any downside in the long run by the things associated. It. Other problems actually and then you go to college intermittent fasting. Investing is a beautiful to Mendan- your health. It's great way to actually remain fit. N have less issues because most of the issues that we have is to vote on at the same time. Be Wad intermittent fasting sometimes are not knowing that they have to take certain medications than or they're diabetic or some being jealous of people, and then you're fasting, you might get gastritis so these things around the Diet that people are not picking. Now going twenty four hours lasting not dwell Austin for eight of us. The game bag method, so betty origin method of Indians Goo goo fasting, but again people will take care of the fact that vendor fasting than all supposed to be running the heat. This was to conserve their one. This was consulted nutrients, but you have to be careful. If you WanNa, do something. must've what it's a drastic measure. Fasting is not easy is a drastic measures. If you WANNA, do it. You do it carefully. You need to conserve your energy. Yeah, okay back. Do you stay with fall or rather USTA team fact, somebody. About changing lifestyle to modernisation portion control using bats the more sustainable on Sunday. The BECCA wave or if one is to do any of these that least oak about on the do it with. Some was what came out. Did I Q? That is equally good depends so big. We are generally very sick, so there will be. They have uncontrolled diabetes, or they have rheumatoid arthritis autoimmune conditions so when those people come to me and tell them he didn't wanNA reach. It doesn't walk initially because they need to get down to a certain level to maintain so venue maintaining. Like, let us living a life, you do on rich diet and portion control, and yes, that's the buffet where some like the I can still do a moderation portion. Everything is good, but ben you. You know high level of awareness. Those take drastic measures because otherwise what to do, do moderate written portion control. These people then David not change for next five years. Keep on going slowly and they got to lose patients that and also the body needs to come back to a good. Level of their own so sometimes measures have to be taken initially, and then we kind of put the patient on cruise more than that's how everybody should live at margin portion controlled. Margin takeaway in fact if you are somebody who does need that drastic or drastic. Than that knowledge amount of Gaullist, Undo have these adult heads issues going to somebody who can guide them to it, and not relying on the Internet is Important Ping. Moving on from this says this is a stressful dime and I think a notify us up to one distress. spoke about by eating when you're happy, but eating stressed out is a big piece. What are we that one can? Avoid Dot Org stretchy. Easiest way to wages hydrating ourselves and people are not very what offending. They don't WanNA drink. War Does so then I'll tell none have infusion are have abilities. A have a non allergic beverage FAUCI could be anything you know you need to hide it. Does says brand-new talking about unnecessity things, dressy thing hydration as Vicky, because green does not realize the transfer between Hungo and tossed yet. There's A. Thin line with it and then eating, something makes you four listen Bechtel rather than gorging on gobble juice, which will make them more hungry so I would rather go. Hired in fats, something like go by the and something I fight bowl, neko fruit vegetables seeks or something that the each you wanted a longer period of time so eating simple gobs. Does biscuits cookies then on ahead? So strategy didn't can't be avoided by these using this phase. That is seemingly little that we can do to protect ourselves against the span to make. Make. Obviously take a few measures. We can take basic precautions in order to that, but one thing that we can work on I saw that you've done a few videos on that. On instagram handle is improved immunity building immunity you. I have to decide anything real. Never Start Sleeping Valley up to move these basics and I always had people doesn't come in about. It never comes into. Bartlett is a lifestyle, so it's the number. Eighty is already diabetic. Diabetes. Obesity are some kind of chronic conditions. Will Congo having Lord Immunity Status US improve community? You have to make sure that your these things on this audit, and then you make sure that you are having the right men under vitamins that you should be having make vitamin D at seizing folic acid in these kind of things are important body, vitamin D being the most important right now. Now La coughing in vitamin C., which has totally unnecessary I pol, five hundred milligram law does vitamins does not helping that much can come from the foods and vegetables, so what you need to actually focus on vitamin. D because we don't have been default foods in this country, so vitamin is definitely one of the biggest immunity been does which we should tell them talking about other vitamins a zinc. Like folic acid, magnesium bought from that. What is easily available in our kitchen? Glasses stomach. is they use of he's. Stole the refined noise. Because very many anti inflammatory, omega, three fatty acids that important having to unite. Basic. Exercising and meditation relaxation diffusing stress. Somehow those immunity. Belo's adapt Gunda. Easy Easy Minniti does and laws avoiding itself his big immunity conduct, so I think many doctors, unity's now from a Bartlett has to be lifestyle that I stressing. On be having lack of sleep and stress than eating junk food than pink of just doing bonding unity booster from a bottle that that's a look at. Of these teams that you mentioned? For example Zing folic acid, only those things do they need to be prescribed. Can One speak the minimum dosage. One can take a minimum dosing. Does it already equipment so you can take a minimum dosing. I would say that if you are suffering from flu INC is important, but I forgot to mention green. Tea's ready good during the speed. Up simply deep would be very good, because actually replication, the component bitty beneficial at this point. A GIG great. I've been having GDP. Had like full five Cup city. In a bus this. Screen these actually not a great thing because some people can get hypnotic environment so. Or liver dysfunction. Due Two cups trying to rectify. Yeah you could not open fees though you know. That's meant hibiscus end Kamli. A good flood new obviously published your book last year. Connect Pam long yet, not still on though if you were listening scored him each lives. For anyone who wants to chase this book? What should they expect? What are now topics that you focused on the I focused on none of patient stories, so there is scenarios in there which you may be able to identify with, and there's basic information about one of the foods that are high in sugar. Oh, what advice to make index foods? There's a little bit about how to manage and balancing all. Big Chapter on supplements want exercise one should do again ray-ban, or what is as you expect from what exercise that some sweet little recipes of the end I think Donald Them, Mitch gambling made it home madness it a time to lead something like that where order Fai south, for the first time, definitely taking aheads more seriously than we ever have before anyone who wants to buy a book. Wake in the watches it yet. It's develop Amazon okay, though we generally give a copy Freda patients. Night we just mentioned the pandemic sort of forced. take another look at our lifestyle beeper been smoking through entry have been looking for ways to quit smoking. Other people who have anybod- sneaks I cruise again. Looking at this cycles stole many things that especially now the woman stool much time to bike Ronan is alive so whether leising bits that ignored or left out so for somebody who, for the time is looking to change their lifestyle, and where should they start? I think basic should be starting. They should have some movement definitely in their life. It can start as a welcome. You don't really have food. Start buying gym equipment can start with a walk making show. You Sleep eight hours. And make that you're not eating too much out of a packet, each real food, and thirdly giving up sugar on junk in or taper down slowly so that you don't end up binge eating one day and give all smoking goes on starts, but if overall, you're going to say that you I, WanNa live a very heavy night from now on. This is giving me a second jobs. You can take that so I would just say. Eat Sleep well. Yeah did use the stress, a knife angle and depression and gum from the fact that judono much to so find a hobby a findings this to you said. And not. Event by this will expedience. The this whole experience has been a very new experience for most of us would not stayed. David in a positive sense that okay logged on us going ahead of me audio order. The new normal is gonNa be had because I think the is GonNa have better. And that they will not be open I should have had only food saw I. think just. The basics. The easiest thing just opened up advocate. I think packaged foods was foods to consume at any time. It's all people emergencies. To build that habit by air with ordering food from outside right now so even if you want to have something us do. Hesitant you're like no, maybe I should put off by a week or so went AMAC's board. Where disorder better, this has denied island. This has eating, but that being said the one thing that has become hot off for most of us is exercise. Yeah, so how? Lease in which you have been making Shaw that you get your daily dose of exercise. I don't know how many times you exercise a week, so maybe you can start by sending us your exercise routine insight. I exercise with mental health closely. You know I've been physical. Health decided effect of it. I do some kind of. In the morning in some bitching evening a bicycle for me, it's very need to work out because if I don't book out as get stressed out, and but administration during the boss for me. This distressing somebody WHO's starting everybody doesn't have a home gym so I would just say boo. Video glass of like limbaugh or something, just ezio are three exercises in. Your Life I think getting at least half enough exercise. Half out of already minutes is pretty good. I'm saying. Seven minutes of activity is not bad if you booth something. Yeah and so you do it seven days a week. Pretty much relate psychos. Hoop gained for me. It's like eating sleeping I. Don't exert so much that I needed this. For me. It's like if I'm meeting food have Briggs. From its involved in my system, so I knew taint, doing exercise for the are no benefits has head few eat? That drew. Deem going because I think I noticed people struggling with. Exercise. It takes a while to see Super Get demotivated bakery. If they end up missing the. Dead this out instructors completely. So how'd you weighed on those teams yet? Not Be King, that exercise will change. Betty quickly will not change your body. Exercising is just keep a metabolic machinery running. It is never to be used as a single obedience. It always be combined with the woods, habits so boobs dramatic change in your walkout in your body to a walkout, the Diet on the scientists completed so for me, also if I need to see A. A change from Black Amax is six right now. If I need water size full Jego needs to be, but if I'm just giving an example, the somebody who wants to inner, they'll have to change their diet to see present, because exercise will not provide that difference, but on the other hand there are people who exercise a lot and still don't find a ged. Even they eating okay with us. They are not getting no fat burning more. Excise wrong, so not a people have to go knowledge Cuba to exercise finding mortar, actually low intensity workouts, so you have to keep all that in perspective. You're looking for a change to exercise for me. Mental health is one thing, but for me. Exercise is like a Nigga life. There are so many aspects of me gender-related exercise. We at some point that's Baen how when I said breaking audited is that was something wrong with my head, so asking the? Middle All fighting site and extend what we eat. Kinda shores on asking so your skin is obviously standing. I can see. I. What are some of the teams that for the sake of your skin? You do not eat. Oh, White, as far as possible on. What are some of the teams that you have more? So. Your skin has logged on and I wasn't always a healthy. I've been a Baddie for a good amount of in my life that just only any active foods I don't eat bread. Bread is something that I will rarely have it's that is nothing in the house and there's only those left. Much sweets you know for me, Street said these in Dade, said Duck, chocolate, or something like that I'm not even these things like I. Don't be bullied a fairly job. It's just I have rammed my sense. I wasn't always like that, but it will ask many other program. Not Lead these because I don't feel good. My skin doesn't feel good. My stomach doesn't feel good, so you're not everybody, does you? This food is not for you. Those are things that just don't eat an want what I eat I drink lots award. Oh, I, definitely one to do cucumbers that have been doing that since I. Don't know how long and I tallied pretty much every day. Craving that I have not saying that I'm the always eating healthy, but not eating betty. His your soul to I like appropriate. Big On Yorkers. I don't eat. I generally twice a week a melanoma keeping. nyu One have roots. Yes I think the food's very high show goes to bid make. Me Hungrier Leo. Generally stick. Do Very few foods because I have seen if I have a bona through. The day I wanNA keep eating something you know I have seen. This is my body. One has no the day feeding betty. Hungary of Milwaukee happened. What's wrong? Your body this something that you did that. You're reacting to unnecessary Hungo. There's a visa. So for me too much food is the reason select I want to have a mango another slice of manual maybe once a week. Yeah I see that a lot of people get too much. She'll go even through fruits just unnecessary. A few mark, quick questions, and then we wrap up conversation of the questions that I have you is that the what are the G. biggest food mitts according to you? Biggest for. There's so many mids. codeine will in Jamaica. Okay, fat will fact. And right now it's egg chicken because it's. Now, the next question is Indians. By and web big Jiji guys. How good or bad is that awesome? Awesome great to have John Moving onto the next thing, what are the biggest benefits of fasting fasting basically fence of the body you know, basically it causes something desktop bag, says degeneration of new good sense, so one best benefit of fasting seconded causes the insulin to be controlled because there's no spike of Insulin Venue Boston. You have a rally control insulin throughout the day I think the rich is the biggest benefit of fasting if you WANNA lose weight, fasting is the easiest way to do that and lots of quick questions here. What are the me foods that you cannot stand? I cannot stand ice cream. I don't like Geneva. is as own I don't like that Matisse I am. So I went. Up this session by touching upon something that ITN fall yours especially women, but also manifest on that. What image issuers because is off at auction industry because of the magazines that we look at because of celebrity you because event in mentioned Distri, it's Niessen be that all of these industries have been more inclusive and promoted a heavier body image, but still heavy grew up with certain types of ads and certain types of magazines so for us. That's been deep-rooted. Some short would for the generations that are coming, but quite as. Being skinny or having that gap or having? so many issues day that these different industries have seeded in US so. How can one stock demand of being a healthier body image where they are as their body is? I have not I had a bad body. only recovered is with the help of telling myself in the mirror. You look fine. You look beautiful the way you are. You have fat oxygen I'm mom of so I have sat in some areas, I get you to bid. I, don't WanNa. Wonder the night I'm fine. Daily on Sunday should be positive reinforcement of your own self. You are standing naked in front of that. You'll find you just fine by looking at someone's body should be judging them. It's fine to have a bigger bodies. Find Love, ice voluptuous body. It's old gay manure sexy for yourself. The doesn't matter who as things that you are on, not birthday you know doesn't. To love yourself no matter what you are, you lose hair used to love you. Have you love yourself and your said? Knowing that made a net sword Jewish because you know that sound good on the not Ford Induces ID's idea of how they look, but they're so comfortable in that wind skin, the extensive confidence that maybe even the most beautiful, but as soon as. Darden standards in society go. I'm dot wasn't a somehow much more attractive than anyone else on I. 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Episode 33: Free medical advice? and train of thought

Dr Nurse F Show

29:12 min | 6 months ago

Episode 33: Free medical advice? and train of thought

"Aaja aaja what welcome to the doctor nurse app show a podcast explicit content. Make sure you put your kids away first off. If you have a weak stomach. You should turn this off right now will take some damn Zofran. Seven days a week. That's copyright infringement. This song actually kind of makes me sick to my stomach ache not going to lie. She's like touch that dangly thing in the back of my I'm like Google it it's called. Oh my God, just posted riding your face off turn on right now. I don't even like this bitch, but I like this right now. You know what you can do compressions to this. Yes, you can. Yeah a skill set that to me. And I was like, what the fuck did you just say? Yeah, that's my favorite girl. I have a question. Jake heads done right now. Are we do not own the rights to the song. We just were being fucking assholes. Okay. Now I don't I know anybody that listens to this place is going to give to Fox know we're good with that. All right. Hey, we gotta talk about this episode, except we don't close in this house you when we talking about where to talk about medical advice. Yeah. Unsolicited medical advice. I got a good story and includes you. Oh, fuck. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It was not at all put out by the fact that you asked me for medical advice wage. And it's still okay way. Okay. Yeah. All right, but he said he has a good story he wants to talk about so oh yeah, we've we've got resident doctor pen15 is going to be joining us again. I mean, I don't have like people like try to ask me for medical advice and I'm just like nah, we're going to talk about therapy animals versus emotional support animals. Yeah, and I'm sorry if I sound funny because my nose is stuffy because I have allergies that sucks. I don't have forgot to take my meds and freaking not just the allergies have it ready for it yourself off Rock and Roll history. Okay. Guess what? We already there are intro cool. So now we're going to talk about stuff. Let's talk. Let's talk about stuff. All right, we're talking about what we're going to now we're going to munch on some talk about the council's that in medical advisor. Oh, I've got a story for this literally been waiting forever to do stuff my face with Taco Bell cock. Yeah. We're all in an enclosed room together and they're eating a shit ton of beans right now so I can write it wouldn't be the first time I farted on this might be answered in that might like a couple of fucking episodes ago and waivers part. It was before the first time we were in the app we were in the studio was the first or the second page the first time and I pulled the mic down and I found it on it and then I sat back down and I went to talk into it and I was like, no it was the first time we were in the studio just for us. Yeah. Yeah, and this was without Taco Bell a massage. This is just without talking. Yeah, but I've got a stinky butt pretty sure we had Taco Bell afterwards though. So from unsolicited medical advice. Yeah, you you guys I'm sure you've been asked before Oh my God all the time, you know? Yeah. Oh, this is wrong something wrong with me. Can you please diagnose me even have those pills? I don't fuck your ass across the country gave us the across the you know World whatever have you guys have friends that are hypochondriacs? Yeah. Yeah. Oh everything everybody does everything. I've got this really good friend. I've known her for years and years and years. Terrible hypochondriac. Absolutely terrible. Yeah, so, you know always I'm used to her sending me text messages calling me frantically. It was good for a while. It was pretty good for a while. She didn't call. She didn't text. It was under control. I think she was medicated but wage. Get a text. I'm working with you. Yeah, and it's my day off, you know, okay. All right, you're in between. Yeah. So am in between we don't we don't get much time off. And so I'm like well shit off to sleep in today. Oh, no, I'm going to get I'm going to have a great morning. I'm going to wake up rested. So first thing I roll out of bed. I'm stretching long awning and you know like a normal person I turn over and check my phone. I have a text message from her. Oh, yeah, and you know what it is, but it's a picture of her vagina not only has she not only has she sent me a picture of her vagina bright site you event a bad legitimately suck Advantage pick up here. Let me pull this shit out. Can I see it? Yeah. Okay, of course miss your badge and you said it. Yeah, this is public domain now. She sends me a picture off. Her vag and then she says oh my God, is this a herpes? So she sends me a picture of this then she sends me on top of Pharmacy. Let me see a picture straight. Oh no. No. No, this isn't even even the annotated version where she marked it marked. Oh my God, you guys circled and everything and she says I've been putting witch-hazel. I've been putting the lavender oil on it and it didn't get any better. I've been putting, you know, I'll just listening to GDs episode. I listen to them all the time now and they're talking about people jerking off with fucking toothpaste. What? Yeah with like she put some Aquafresh on that ship you gotta put a crystal in their little Crystal healing rooms like ether Panthers. You need some Reiki on my break here. Keep me raki but then look at this. She sends me a picture straight out of like netters atlas of an advocate. I mean annotated also. Asian is here. Oh my gosh, but so she she says I'm I'm convinced. This is Herbie's I haven't had sex with anybody but I'm convinced that this is her wage. Oh my God, how long was the herpes dormant? Right and then I'm like, I'm like well firstly stop putting witch hazel on it. Yeah. I was going to say which don't put witch hazel off of a gag. Don't put chains on anything except your face. If you're trying to clean your acne put on your butthole wiring your butthole you put on your butthole. If you I don't know if Regina after you have a baby. Yeah your vagina after you have a baby or year old with hemorrhoids, but but I'm going to fix your herpes. Don't put it on a herpe your mother fucking dumb December to you don't have herpes. That's not hurt me. That's not a herpe and also don't pick it up getting it daily digging at the fucking herpes. This alleged herpe. Hey, Fiona, yo you and tell you story when you asked me to look at your vagina. We're you talked about this before, but I can never talk about it again. We're home. About your job on the bed with your gag all hanging out and your little lips and have me look at your vagina from before. Yeah. Well the story well, I'm talking. I'm at home. I like I start fucking like feeling this burning sensation like when I pee but it's not like your urethra. It's like around as like the gag like my innards like my fucking gash. My father asked when I looked down and I'm like what the fuk what the fuk what the fuk. I got like these like weird like red like Sly Stallone like with March eleven thing, but like they're like slow Source. I'm like what the fuk what the fuk what the fuk up to your house and I was like something just happened. I don't know what happened. I fucking I got something I have something she's freaking out. I thought I had the fucking we look at my vagina. I thought I had some fucking like like s m s t i whatever the customer is ready to fucking go and straight up shoot her husband in the chest now granted like I don't believe that he would do that, but your brain went there for a moment. I will do her so scared I had for years. Gash gash in my gash. She had gastritis I did and so ICD-10 code and you're like, I'll go I'll look at all. I'm like, oh, I don't know, like a doctor. I've seen a million vagina Christina. Let me see her gag. So I was like bucket. All right, and I fucken ripped off my pants and fucking through my foot up on the bed of my left. There you go. And you're like, well, that's not that I said, you've been shaving and you you got your gas for the razor. I was I was shaving it and it didn't even occur to me because I didn't feel it at the time. She gashed again. And normally when you shave feel it right away when you cut yourself you cut your leg and you feel like that fucking instant like Burn. Yeah, so inhaled and it was fine. And then you gasp gasp. How long ago we'll see how long ago I did it again. I have no longer in fucking I'm not doing it anymore. I mean, I'm done. I'm done sugar wax people sugar wax is amazing. You can ever sugar waxed I've regular waxed and that hurts a lot near dead. No, no. No, it's some blue wax that you got a wax thing and I melt the wax and I put it all over my although I've done it before that was like one of the first things that I ever fucking like joke with you about because I'm in the beef. Yeah, and you remember that shit and I started you know sending you pictures of like the way over and then yeah, and then I took took a video of me actually doing it. Yep. Yeah. I still have that. So I you get unsolicited vagina pictures to oh my God. Yeah. I'm not sure if it's only when you see it, you probably did did offer to look at her vagina that one so that wasn't really, you know, thought you didn't offer to look at it when I wax but you totally wanted to see me wax. I did want to see a wax I believe that's something you'd want to say 2, it's fine. I mean watch the video the noises that bitch makes when she waxes it was like, oh, yeah. Yeah. Oh, she's like I really was I get more not so much unsolicited dead. Medical advice questions as I do unsolicited wanting me to give them money. Oh a lot. Okay. Those of you that are out there right now who really know who I really am which probably makes them don't whatever because I'm a doctor does not mean that I randomly want to give you money or loan you money. I've never spoken to you in like twenty years. Okay since like she graduated high school, I in zero way ever would consider giving you a dollar. Yeah what the fuc was a show about. Can I have a dollar considering you just bought me toss? Well, yes you can now if if you are really thirsty. I'll buy you a water. Okay, but don't call me and ask me for a loan. I don't know, you know more facts. Where were you in high school for Fox sake like shit. I've got loans to you want to pay my loan. My student loan payment is two grand a month off. No, don't call me and ask me for a loan kiss my ass. That's fucking awesome. My favorite is people that you see now I was not a fucking like popular person and I I mean I was known but I wasn't one of those fuckers know me I wasn't I wasn't a cheerleader. I was I did play sports for a minute until I got like busy smoking wage. And and so like we you know like you graduate and like there's a certain group of people and I talked to everybody and I was like fairly nice to everybody and whatever but I mean people know me people didn't know me off people didn't know me and but but I fucking you know, there was a certain group of people that I talk to because they were like real people. Mhm everybody else. I was very friendly with her very kind to or whatever but they didn't go out of their way and if I can talk to me, I was nobody special and suddenly it's like you're special to me why I mean, that's really all that matters. Okay good. So I've seen these motherfuckers like, you know, you go to like a dog cool festivals, whatever and they're like I don't like I don't even recognize you who the fuck are you? Oh, you're that person in high school. That was not very fucking talkative to me for whatever reason. It was except for your hundred fifty pounds heavier off like oh look, there's no two of you. You don't look like you do on your Facebook. I think somebody you know, highly edited that picture. Are you trying to be efficient motherfuker? Cuz I'm feeling catfish right now. I feel like catfish me. Yeah. No, I am telling me right now. They you diddling me right now. I'm telling ya didn't fucking I don't know. I don't I don't like that shit. You know, I'm not saying like we can't fucking like get to know each other as adults and and like, you know, whatever now it's not Beyond me and nobody like pissed me off or anything like that enough where I like have a list of people I will kill, you know, like, you know, but dead. I just have somebody was was that you that you got him. One heard. I heard that the rumble of pre Rumble gurgle gurgle like off garbage disposal. I have my circle jerk of people. That's what I call my mouth. That's my new nickname circle. Jerk. I have I have this group of people. That is my it's my fam. And that's I'm fine with that. I'm at school. Like I have lots of acquaintances. Yep, and I will hang out and whatever we can party and drink and whatever, you know when I'm not trying to be a mother or a nurse or something, but you know, it's like otherwise I have certain people and they're my people right, you know, don't ask me about you know, random questions like, you know, we were in high school together. I don't really care that your knee hurts now. That is not you want to know, how may I direct an appointment at my office? Yeah. I'm going to I'm going to bill your fucking hm. Oh, that's correct. Well, here's your here's what I got to say to you lose sixty pounds off. I'll send you a bill in the mail. There you go. There you go, but I wanted disability. Do you think it's all my papers for me 9, I know that shit get your guys. Damn asking your own goddamn doctor's office. I ain't got motherfuker. Let's go to the next part. I sneeze and this nurse Fiona and Doctor Pinkie Pie with the doctor intercept show. 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We're just trying to like, you know, see what y'all are interested in come and tell us. Yeah, that's where you'll find all the latest news about the podcast and what's going on. So we got some interesting. Oh, yeah. Can't wait to see you there. Fuck you for guys. Shut up. Reasonably fucking Ford guy. Fuck you. Fucking Ford guy. I need to make a shirt. Yes, you do. Definitely board fuk. Ya got to add the guy. That's our biggest things Guy Chucky Ford guy funky poor guy. So back story is for guy fucking Ford guy. It's not actually weird guy. Fuck you for guy is our very first hater. Oh, yeah my car show and he made the mistake of being the number one first person to say something bad. Yeah. He said we are not rock stars. I'm not a guy go back to that was pretty fucking witty. That's a great burn. It was a great burden, but we've been born a member said that motherfucker was still listening to you though. He probably still is probably bring him up all the time. I'm the Ford guy. Yeah, the fucking Ford guy these girls that you told me. You'll never he's never fucking Ford guy. He's actually yeah, his thing is bored man. I mean, he doesn't get to be a man know. We just call him for guy. I don't drive a Ford. So me the better off everything else, but that just makes true for that reason. I actually drove a Prius and I was way happier with the Prius and I would be the Ford as I'm oh my God, just questioningly. A great. What do you think of that Crunchwrap? Excellent country? I'm sure and my grilled cheese burrito. Once again, did you want the rest of it? There's like five bites left. I can't even I had I had to throw away like the last month. I don't think I can breathe just under your your your instructor pilot your Starship and you're fine. Just roll your gut out over the fucking waistband. It's my nose you ever do that shit fucking roll your got out over your life span of a stretchy pants. Like I'm doing I'm doing it right now. I'm just sitting here with my hands on my hips. You just pull it in my gut right? Let's try this like when I was pregnant with a fucking twins, I used to fucking birth. In the chair because my gut was so fucking huge with the twin and got like I just sit there with my legs fuking like way the fuk far apart and my favorite just like slapped onto the fucking shirt. Like I could literally rest my God everything you realize that there's people that do that that aren't pregnant. I fucking fucking do yeah, I do but I would do that in the Torpedoes would fucking rust on the circus tent. Yep. That's part of a something to age. Yeah, that's from a previous and catch up on your episodes. I know you guys been doing this for what a year a year almost. Yeah, you know what else we're supposed to talk about something about one of the animals. Yeah, sport animals. I have an emotional support Goose. That's a dog. So we were going to talk about therapy pets. You know how hard this is going to be to edit emotional shouldn't be we broke. No laws. Just don't you know, what? No, we didn't just don't fucking maybe I just posted all out there just like this with no break in the middle considering we don't have any real commercials anymore raw unedited dead. Jiggling, I can't help it. I'm all full of jigglies. If I love Gigolos Just a Gigolo read a story about a man who broke the record for them the most penis inside her in 24 hours. What was the number the most 919 penises? Yep night. She had sex with 919 different men in 24 hours. Why would you do that? She was she was competing against somebody else at the it was in Warsaw Poland. This is literally going deep conversation. You know, I know and she would love this. I know she won the gangbang Championship. She got she got fucking stuffed the gangbang World Championship 1919. The old world record was like seven hundred sixty or something. Why would you want to win that fucking competition or an account was I'm so happy. I won. I was a little sore after a little Source like you wow. Is this like a state-sponsored event or she was worried? She was going to get in trouble double double vaginal double anal. Yeah DVD a Thursday. You said it said like when they did the math but I think you know, they didn't understand that. It was a gang bang so they could fuck her and from like multiple different places. So you could have more than one at once thought they took that into consideration cuz they said it would only be like what fifteen seconds per penis or 45 seconds per penis or something. That's like a gay Tuesday off. Oh my God. I love you. Yes. I probably shouldn't drink anymore. Why? I'll drive you home. We had to go get my kids dude. I'm not going to put a break in this episode. Don't do it. Nope. Don't do it. No way and it's shit. Fuck that this one. I'm not going to add it. This one's great. Just the way it is. You know what I'm going to call this episode. I'm going to call this episode train of thought we want to pull a train of thought. I'm gonna I'm gonna say right now, buddy disregard the intro because there was no motherfuking in drugs. So we kind of fucked this all updated it started out with then Union you wet ass pussy. I'm fucking I can't stand her at all. But I knew what that was great start wouldn't even eat my Taco Bell because I thought coronavirus home. Oh, I should tell everyone what we're talking about doing for the next presidential debate. Oh, yeah. I'm going to do it live and we're going to make it a drinking game. Are you in I'm in pain fifteens in dog. Looking straight up. I hope you're not working tonight. And all right. He's going to bring Peter Peter can be the DD. I hope neither of us are working the night. What night? Is it? Cheap? I yeah, when is it have no fucking idea, but I could find out probably right? Is that my phone you have? Where's my phone gonna have to request my day off doing the thing. I can't work. I have to walk the walk and get drunk and get drunk to the presidential debate share the show so we can quit our jobs all I'm I'm getting some I'm getting some some little dots from Dunkin Donuts Dunkin Dunkin.. Me. See you in the DMS. Hi, I started so different again dirty. And somebody says the word moist or slide slide in my bed. She hates it. When whenever I present a case to her. I make sure to say would you co somoy stand pink? Like how dare you say that did you said moist? I'm really loud. All right. Hey, hey Fiona. Yeah Fiona. What time did we say? Oh, that was another thing but I missed telling you this off or on our last show. So that that fucking that fucking crazy fucking batwing bitch. Yeah. She was doing her thing, but can do with the Batwing I fucking off I'm saying the desk. We just so many had just died. 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Bellatorum Resources | Chris Bentley on Oil & Gas Startups Podcast - OGS061

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

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Bellatorum Resources | Chris Bentley on Oil & Gas Startups Podcast - OGS061

"This is the oil and gas startups. podcast where we showcase emerging technology in the stories of industry founders investors in leaders with your host Jay Corley and Colin Macleod. What is going on digital wildcatters? Welcome back to the willing gastritis. PODCAST really quickly we. We have been any announcements in a while. that's usually because we batch these episodes but this is actually going to be released tomorrow. So many you're going to be in town for Nape during the first week of February and all of us know that the best business is done at the after parties. So that being said we've partnered up with a few buddies in the energy tech community tracks middleware somewhere grouper and while database for the nape after party. You don't WanNa miss it's going to be a BBVA stadium. On Thursday February six first off the Great Texas Country Legend Wade Bowen. What we performing and we will be doing a live round table discussion with some of the energy founders in this space right before that This event is invite only and rispens aren't going to be limited so click the link in the description for more details and we will see you there. This week we sat down with Chris Bentley Liam velodrome resources from the moment that I met Chris. I just knew this was gonna be a great episode. I loved how Chris Really Dove into the ups and downs of history including his transition. -sition from being a gunnery sergeant in the United States Marine Corps to a land man to running his own mineral fund So we really hope you enjoyed this episode as much as we enjoyed making it But really quickly quickly before we get into the episode as many of you know one of the largest lease operating expenses is typically going to be electricity. 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Risk mitigation tools to help customers minimize congestion charges and they work directly with utilities on power installation in development to bring projects online as quickly as possible. So if you have wells in Texas and you WanNa save twenty to forty percent on power or a new project you need to get online as soon as possible. I'll reach out to them with their website at. WWW DOT com jack power dot com. Or you can simply click the link in the description below. What's going digital wildcatters? Welcome back back to another episode of the PODCAST. Let's get ready to me and I'm excited. We'd have conversation before we get to the MIC. Don't we had to shut up. I know I hate when guests talked too much. I'm like nate. Shelman quite save this for the episode so today we come on man. Chris Bentley with Bell Tower Resources. Chris how're you doing doing well. Thanks as for having me on guys. Hey man thanks. THANKS FOR COMING ON SO I. I have no idea what you guys do. I'm going to going to decipher the name here. Bill Tour Bella Alatorre resources Swimming you guys are in the upstream space either. Emp Or mineral tells what you were like upstream MMA may so we do like fight club events giving you know we're taking notes. These events happening now we buy and sell mineral rights okay. Texas and Bella. two-room is the plural form of the word. Bela Tor which means Warrior Warrior soldier. And so we're like a veteran owned and operated company so that's where the name comes from. Oh that's really some of the Marines right. Yeah Yeah nine to two thousand thirteen. Got Out as a gunnery sergeant really. Yeah we got out of the same time really. I got out. This actually got out. December twelve crime platoon right. Sell your communication. I was in I in seventeen com company maintenance platoon all right so I fixed all the shit you broke. I just found out Bella. Tours called melador fighting championship makes sense ashes averages abbreviated from that. So I think you were saying that. How many F- seventeen year counting myself? Yep so seventeen eighteen and then fourteen of those that are veteran driving. Yeah that's crazy. Yeah it's it's hard to find veterans with oil and gas experienced but We we really try hard two. Yeah so guys. We had had to take a quick pause because we actually had an issue and Switch to this new studio downtown. Somehow we're picking up radio frequencies and there is seen in the background. Thought it was going crazy there for a minute so if you hear a little bit of a background noise going on or some singing I promise. It's not jake. It's I remember the early days of the IPHONES. I if you had an iphone nick next headphones you can actually over here. Some people's call. Sometimes I've got above Autho craziness. Yeah I still here all right anyway where you were not. We're getting off topic. We're in front. He said ninety nine to two dozen. What was your boss? I was in. Oh four thirty one logistics guy. I I moved around a lot I did was with Air Wing. Units Artillery Unit Infantry Unit did embedded training team deployment where I was embedded with Afghan infantry unit and operated with them and then my last two. You're I did. A total of six deployments spoiler global war on terrorism and the last one. I was attached to more socks so not like a snake eater. He knows special operator. Yeah but I got to go and then pretend for for a while along along so most of the time station all over man was in southern in California North Carolina Hawaii so that was spent four years in California but spent the first year in twenty nine palms. Yeah lovely plays he's And then The last Pendleton. Okay Phillipines Nice. I had no complaints wife their drug back to Houston versus GONNA history just dove headfirst oil and gas. So I guess my question is how did you get an oil and gas. I mean that's that's the next logical question so While I was in the Marine Corps I got a degree degree in political science. I thought it was going to be a life. Okay so I was like what degree should I get it from Anna. I WANNA be a general one day or something so I got a political science degree with a focus. Focus in international relations and Got Medically discharged in twenty thirteen unexpectedly. Wasn't part of the plane is just something that just hat was hurt. My shoulder shoulder on one of my deployments and I got surgery and during the downsizing I think I was still good for duty but I don't know if you remember in twenty twelve twenty thirteen under the Obama Administration they They downsizing cutting the military budget so it was like if you had a ingrown toenail they were kicking you out so I had a I mean I had a serious shoulder injury but I got surgery and on the rehabilitation plan but they were acting people who had like anything you know so I was bitter. Actually you know I wasn't part of my plan but I'm from Texas. I grew up in Tyler Texas. I don't know if you are familiar town this kind of another my ranch chandler. Nice Okay Yeah East Texas so it's an oil country you know there's some history there. There's so anyway I I. I was fed up with the with the military right and New I want to get in the private sector. I knew to come back to Texas and the only job job you can get in the water and gas emissions the only job. It was my experience that the only job you can get had decent pay with a political science. Degree was a land man so I got a job as Landman Dan. Men had to shake like five thousand hands. And finally you know go to all these networking events and apply for you know hundreds and hundreds of job and this Guy Mike mcmullan. Who's actually an army veteran? He runs at the time he was like the head guy in this land brokerage company. And he's like I'll I'll give you a shot. You present yourself. Well you have no experience but I'll take a chance you know so just got a job working and Working in Brasilia County doing some pipeline easement work and a little bit of subsurface stuff. And then on the I I worked with this other company doing some mineral rights Brokering and acquisition stuff on the side and just learning the business and then I got laid off in like literally a few days before Christmas. Twenty fifteen so I worked terrible. Yeah worked all of twenty five fourteen in an almost twenty fifteen and a few few days before Christmas Thomas and so then started bill. Tournament May of Twenty Sixteen. And we've just grown from there so you like and I got yourself yourself. It's funny because that's fine but it's my story was the exact same got out into two thousand twelve came into oil immediately immediately. Started to start up and then once the downturn really hit I had to leave everybody off you know we went from being a twenty person organization to now it was back to me the CO founder and two guys you know and so that was a that was rough so rough that started it right there and start real torn right there in two thousand sixteen eighteen so what was your mindset coming in do did you feel Kinda beat down from oil. Did they kind of cross your mind like maybe I'll leave the industry you were like fucking. I'm doubling down. So do you know I. I tried when I started bill. Is You know what I mean. Anybody can start a company. Get on the secretary of State website three hundred dollar correctly so promote myself to CEO and like fifteen minutes already. But no I wasn't hung hung up. Challenges never scared me or anything. I really liked the industry. I liked the job. I knew there were still opportunities. You know just some companies got fat during the one hundred thirty dollar oil. Let's hire a bunch of people and that we may not increase her gina. Yeah so No I was. I was not scared of it but I I did try to find another job. I wasn't you know my wife is super risk averse so she was like you need to get a job guaranteed paycheck. I in the fifteenth so I tried that and doing billiton part time and I'm just I'm a firm believer. You can be a part time entrepreneur. Now tried it. It's for me anyway in work. I know some people have side hustles out there that do well for them. But I worked for a few months at this ECOMMERCE company Doing Business Development and just didn't work out wouldn't it didn't have the passion didn't wouldn't motivated and I've always had like an entrepreneurial spirit and I think my you know my mother and my my dad both were like like entrepreneurs and So I was like you know what's going to go all in and my wife actually. We couldn't afford to hire our staff and everything but we needed at least one person in so I was like you need to quit your job. She's a management consultant. I mean she was doing good work. She'd had projects exit Chevron BP scientific drilling she was doing change management like AARP implementation. Making pretty good money. And I was like this is better are we can look at you. Know The typical entrepreneur waving my hands. Like it's GonNa be awesome you know. And and she's like show me the numbers whereas the business plan you know and all that and so we talked about it and she's like all right if you can put at least like five months of savings in their give. You quit my job and help you out like I went out and hustled closed. Some deals and I screen shot from my phone. Like one deposit came in the account. And we'd like we close one deal. That was pretty good and and I screen shot her. I said putting your two weeks notice. Okay and she did it yeah. She quit awesome. We we started working together. Other where we started is primarily doing like services for a mineral buying company we had one client and so we were doing that and and I mean really. That's it was like that. Almost all of two thousand sixteen and we're just doing work. You know bill invoicing getting you know like a commission or whatever but we're doing it to the company and You know things are going sour. is they do sometimes with business relationships. I didn't agree with the way they were the the way they were doing. Things are expecting us to do things. And Yeah and I'll go by the way the meantime at rice getting my MBA executive MBA program. While I'm like working in full time with the company and coaching soccer and all that stuff so it was crazy but the so so then we really went out on our own and we raised like a fund. And we were like you know. I don't like working for these guys feel undervalued. I feel like they're you know they don't know no. They're not doing it the right way and we should be doing it a different way. So we raise what we call our our first our micro fund. It was a few of my friends at rice and bought some deals and you know aggregate a little bit of a package and flipped. It may did pretty well. And then that word spread One of the cool things is at rice in the executive. MBA program. They assign you a mentor. And I got super lucky. Have you ever heard of Sun and Ski Sports. Yeah Okay so the guy who founded Sun and ski sports his name's Barry Goldwater. He's like he's awesome dude. He was also an army veteran by the way so the Murray like they give me Shit Shit all the time. Because they're like you're like you're you're marine. You know you guys are chess pounders so proud of yourselves. Can you've been helped out by the army so much like like Mike. macmullen army veteran the guy that hired me my first job out of the Marine Corps Army veteran named Berry Gold. Wear Army But Berry was back in the Vietnam era Army veteran then he founded Sun and ski sports grew it to like our remember. How many a a lot of stores nationwide and he had sold it? I guess a few years ago before I met a few years before I met him and he was my mentoring. What do you do for you know? A lot of people don't even know what mineral animal rights are and he's like what's that so. He came out to my office and was like how can I get involved and I was like I. We never had this concept concept of the investor thing right didn't even think about raising capital hours. We'll spend our own money and yeah you know. And he's like look. I'll give you a little bit of money. I'll get some my friends. Ranji get some of your friends. And he he kinda schooled me up on that and I was like so we put together that microphone Gastonia so we did we aggregate it a little bit. We flipped it at like six months later and did it well and he was like man. This is awesome. So let's stop real quick and talk about this a little bit more. I don't know if you can disclose the amount that you raised but a lot of people jake and I see this all the time. Can we get so many messages. Hey how how did. How did you guys go by wells? How do you buy minerals? And I think a lot of people don't understand the concept of syndicating capital you find. You know couple of guys like this. They'd all communal doan. I don't know maybe it's fifteen hundred thousand dollars a piece whatever it is and you start to no pieces together and all of a sudden you've got a little bit of purchasing power right so so you guys going get you know. How many did you have like five people in there? Yes so it was six people total total and we had four hundred thousand dollars Nice so that was our first little like we call it a microphone. It really wasn't a fund which you know I don't want yeah blit hairs about what what what is but what we did is it was people we knew we started in. LLC and then LLC was The managing member was was Bella Tournament and and it was a subsidiary of Bill two-room and then the other six people were members managing members. So that's where we bought deals and And then we flipped Amino and then we may and so that was twenty seventeen. I think late twenty seventeen and So this is pretty pretty traditional structure. You know just anyone that's listening. It's not familiar with it. You know. Maybe they're like you in there. Like land services focused and and you know maybe they're thinking about jumping into you know quote unquote raising a fund. But you know you have you had your LLC which kind of like you're holding company and then you have the subsidiary company company and. That's where everyone's money went into that subsidiary. Come right so yet. Six people putting four hundred thousand dollars into that boom they go and buy that the asset and you so you guys are the GP the managing partner. You're managing everything everyone else has just. LP's they have right saying how how it's managed exactly just a minute. Are you guys going in packaging up or is it just one big acquisition. You guys flipped no back small deals and you know the way it started to was like the company opening hours providing the service for Would tell me they wanted all these deals and that they you know they wanted to buy them and then they back out of him and I and they started like saying. Oh well that you know L- tell him a lie or whatever like we. We don't want that deal anymore. For whatever reason you you know. There were various reasons why they wouldn't want to deal and I was the one getting on my face from the owner. You know and I'm thinking and I'm like what's wrong with this deal so you know I'm in Houston. I'm in at Rice. Got Friends that are geologist and engineers and I'm like 'cause I'm I'm just a stupid land man with political science. The people that are yeah exactly and so I go like asked my buddy. I'm like why what's wrong with this property. Why wouldn't the person want it? And they took the time dove in looked at the rock. Look at the reservoir ers in the wells around the area. I'm like this is good. Acreage man you mean. Why don't like I'll buy you know so we're like okay? So that happened a few times. So that's when we bought it ourselves because we didn't have any sort of contractual agreement with this company where you know and at first I was like y'all should we don't want this like this landowners pissed off you know. They want to sell their minerals. And that's it's most most mineral owners do not want to sell their mineral so if you get one that does and then you send them an offer in these say never mind. I don't want to. I mean that's at that. Can you can get into mind so anyway. That's how it really started to is like Whoa ow by it. You know start small and then anyway so We did those deals right. LLC and then in two thousand eighteen we actually raised a limited partnership with like a rag the exemption with the SEC a proper fund a proper fund a lawyer. God bless them. You know expensive you know I could. We could do hours of podcasts. On Jess lessons learned on how to launch a fun correctly. Because believe me it has been a huge. Ask Pain like we're we're about to be on our fourth proper fund. Yeah and we're still learn something. Yes every area duration so yes so that was two point. Three million to two point three six million and we launched that in January of two thousand eighteen in that one only had a one year lockup so we we operated from January of twenty eighteen to December so we had to be out of the vocab like aggregate flip. Will we did really well. We we actually recycled the capital. A couple of times so within a year Well Yeah So. We did really well and he can as you can imagine. All those investors like wind told their friends ends and so we launched another one and then January of Twenty nineteen. We're in twenty three million dollar fund. Yeah so what what's the actual necks original fund. Yes the deal deals obviously probably the link it takes to do a deal attorneys to do. The deal probably depends on the size of the deal. Where's the average like? Oh man and we don't discriminate. We've literally bought deals. Were like four hundred fifty dollars him. That low yeah you this earlier I was like. Hey what's like you know in the early stages as you guys were buying up these small. What's what's a small small deal for someone so you know someone that's out there? You know say Jeff together he kind of get some guys and you scrape up fifty fifty. Jeez I mean you could go out there and find the Nano in today's climate if he could but back then you guys were doing. Yeah Yeah for sure Small deals few hundred dollars. Like I said we've done. I think our biggest single deal that we've done John is six million dollar deal million but it wasn't It was one family. But they're acreage. They owned minerals in several counties. You know spread out between between the Permian and the Eagle for so we did that. That deal in twenty nineteen. That was our biggest But because we're like quick aggregate gators mineral funds. They'll be like five to seven years you know. And then they all have an exit to a big institution. Where where I say like? That's where the mineral rights go to die right. They're going to say those guys aren't selling them most of the time so we usually aggregate eight and then sell to that like next year too that they live to seven-year yeah and you know. I think we'd like to you have some more patient capital but it's it's hard to raise patient capital. Sure most of those guys are private equity backed maybe a a a mix of private equity and ultra high net worth families. The patient capital is going to be more institutional investors. That are really just looking. You know they. They're are fine with a seven ten year hold as long as they can generate a nice yield off of it. So right yeah yes so. It's like that's one thing we've in in you know this fund that we're on right. Now is an eighteen month lockup so I went from a one year to an eighteen month. Our next one's a three year. Some you have the incrementally as you build your track record you know like lock it up. Look at little bit bit and better terms every year is pretty much the same for me like you said you get the capital and you do. As many many deals you recycle the capital just have to be out by whatever the term by the lockup date one over in during that time we'll distribute whatever profits but will recycle the principal. So that makes sense. Yeah so do you guys you guys make is it. Is it more like a two in twenty private equity and how structured or How mineral section make their money? So look I've heard I don't I haven't looked at my competitors. PPM's I wish. I could. I'd be great but I have heard the you know the typical to twenty structure. You know you gotTA prefer eight. And let's call it. Eighty percent preferred return and then after that it's twenty eighty split twenty to the GP in eighty two the investor investor. Yeah I will say ours was not structured that way but if you ran the economics probably very similar it it was. It's about how we ran our expenses and versus the promote. We got in where we ran the expenses through. So I mean I can talk about mine openly in what I think other people are like I. I've heard that other funds get to run their expenses through the fund and so they're not like worried about overhead so much which I'm not saying they. Can you know. Make It rain but you know their salaries are covered. I haven't been paying myself a salary until last year ear and I made A. I paid myself sixty six thousand dollars so modest. Yeah I'm not a you know we're still bootstrapping Pinkas. In 'cause we pay our overhead with the promote as popular as part of the problem with tune twenty splits in private equity is like all these green funds that everyone's raising because I believe deep down the private equity looks at these green funds. And they're like man we can make fucking return in this but they don't care as long as they raise the capital. Aw Twenty right so I guess they're incentivize. You know once they break once they pay out you know they'd take their twenty or whatever it may be but I think that's no kind of an underlying problem with private equity structure in the first place. Fun Structure is that as long as you keep raising capital. You're going to be able to. You're going to be able to pay yourself pretty often. And if expenses through the fund as well you don't have to be has price-sensitive right and we don't right. We don't currently run our expenses through the fund. One in it's stressful. I'll be honest like we That's we turnover capital quickly. Because we don't we can't get paid until we turn the property profit. Yeah and so You know I've got like I said a staff of seventeen and I wanted to take you guys to start team. 'cause seventeen people's pretty immune took some time I I You know it was just my wife and I had to start in two thousand sixteen thinking January twenty seventeen. I hired a guy's a contractor one one of my classmates at rice and we always knew it would be temporary just literally helping me do some data analysis and cleaning up the tax roll data and and things like that and And then I brought on a partner In twenty in April at twenty seventeen and didn't pay him. Salaries gave him some equity and we hired a guy our first real employees we hired later like a few months later in two thousand seventeen. And he's still with us today Names Bill Black. He's a he was a lamb in noble energy. Got Him to quit over there. There and Come join us so sorry. Noble if that was coaching close proximity to where the officers exactly easy Z.. easy jump for him but outside of Nobles Office Fliers compared job. Because as you know I'm not a season land man like I'm good at I. You know figuring stuff out and how to get a deal and I'm I know enough to be dangerous but I needed some real landman in my first partner is is a is a really awesome. Landmines Names Isaac Khan. He's a he's not with the company anymore because he has an Army of children that neither dad around yet they he just had his fifth. His wife had their fifth son. Oh I'll get five sun a lot of kids so yeah he recently just exited. The company amicably amicably. And everything. Just you know that having that being a partner as you guys know you guys are entrepreneurs being a partner and the the responsibility comes with that and the responsibility comes with being a dad. Five absolutely got. He had his priorities right and he always did But so so we hired in. Let me think in two thousand seventeen. I think that was it. It was Bill Isaac Myself and then in two thousand eighteen. We really started growing. You know we had that first proper fund as as we were referring to it and just doing deals and like man. We got more volume when you can't keep up. So we were primarily landman. Yeah so Isaac actually started this linked in page called military land men. Oh yeah dude like overnight it went from Isaac and I into one hundred fifty people like I just who would have known right so we hired the next few people we hired moved moved from out of state to join us so really yeah dedication seriously. It was awesome like We had a guy moved from West Virginia Navy Veteran Army veteran learn move from Louisiana and these are season landman like awesome days. What they're doing a lot of experience did like their four or five years in the military and then got down became lemon so So that's really cool so now Yes kinda see how we kind of progress. I mean we when we divested that Twenty Seventeen or sorry twenty eighteen fund. We in we'll immediately launched the next one You know and that was just under twenty three million so very cool. Yeah but you know with our funneling of the same you know. A two percent management fee on twenty only three million is not that much when he talked about overhead. If you're not allowed to run any expenses through that and you got all that capital deals but we deployed all that capital in in like a month and a half. Did you really mineral deals. It's hard to do. I know you guys had to be on the phones nonstop into got in the courthouses. Listen and people out I mean my I mean my. My team is phenomenal. I can't say enough. How awesome they are? Housed the whole work with your wife saying Oh man watch out. She's listening so she probably won't. She didn't like hearing my voice to hear talk enough. I don't want to listen to a funny. We were just talking about that at lunch today We it was hard. Yeah it's hard. And she's she's a Taipei pay person to you know and she said she had that management consulting job. I mean she's she's a sharp and but we also have two kids and so we tried all being together since the whole Marine Corps. Oh yeah she she's she's been through deployment Afghanistan and I are firstborn kid has as well But yeah so we. Recently I think up until the middle of last year she was still like I mean. We shared an office this and she was like integral. And we're like this isn't sustainable. You know like you're either GonNa stab me in the throat one day or you know I'm going to say something you never get forgiven for so She's more of like special projects now. She'll you know she knows the business in and out so so if we're like bandwidth constrain. It's something where we just you know. She needs to come in and help she'll do it But she's not like at the office office every more so and she's actually we started a couple of nonprofits and cheap runs. Those really kind of I mean what's the what's the thesis of the nonprofits. So I man I might be damaging my credibility here but I'm a huge soccer fan. Okay and I you know in Texas. That's Kinda that's a very the Yeah your guess. I don't know I mean for soccer. Fan Not International Oil and gas. You need to come to our nate party which is gonNA BE BBVA stadium. Ah here's a plug for the party. Guys be looking out for it right out the soccer stadium with tracks and couple of the guys so nice. Are we use tracks. I know less tracks listeners unless the NBA. Lester yeah she's a good friend and I haven't met in person yet but he's a cool guy. They were friends of the whole team over there so cool group of people. Yeah he'd we use tracks we love it. Jesus pro- promotion material. I gave gave them a shout at it at one of these conferences to like because they asked a question about you know how to use technology in the mineral buying business I said well tracks is a good example. Everybody knows about drilling info already so sure but Now where were we. I don't even know your. Your wife is not super integral anymore. Oh the nonprofits so the soccer is relevant to the nonprofit we. We started along with some other friends Hans Christian based Soccer Academy where the kids go to school and play. Soccer at school is called Crossbar Academy. If you know about soccer the crossbars the top bar. You know if you hit it on purpose and your your skin. Yeah so anyway we've got crossbar academy and she really focused on that. And then we have the battle-torn foundation which is focused on helping veterans so universal. They're not like staffed up big organizations but they still need management and The school is actually you know we have our first year for school. Year started in August of twenty nineteen so we had seventeen gene students. There are team and class. They're all the same age groups such a cool concept. Yeah any no one else so the thinking is you know. There's all obviously obviously the Christian component that that we feel strongly about but also the reason American suck it soccer's because you know we don't play it enough. It's not that we don't have the best athletes some of the best athletes world here. It's not a popular sport. Yet will all around the world the academy thing is like normal like messy. Went school playing soccer. Like that was really like. Hey you can. You can just do your math like you know you need to spend three to four hours a day. He's touching them all. Yeah so we you know the ten thousand hour rule type thing there. The kids are practicing three to four hours a day with like skilled instructors and then they do their curriculum which way more efficient when they're in the classroom for the other four hours a day not changing classes or whatever but they're in there and we have an actual teacher up there helping and everything. So that's that's really interesting yet. I always think about soccer. America's best athletes grew up playing soccer. I mean it's not that we have a shortage of athletes right. I mean we cut all the best athletes in the world are not all of them but majority of them play in leagues here. It's like imagine like you know your Lebron James Kobe Bryant. You know playing soccer. Just be at cerrone. Tried to play for like an MLS team always seemed kicking the ball around and like that need to be the of monster about a big fan of fighting and you see like these NFL. I take like You know hardy. For example you know he gets kicked kicked out of NFL and he goes right into the like a year of training and he's in the US seen. I mean that's just because these guys are beast right. Jj Watt being like. Oh aw come Chevy late now. Imagine Brian Cushing Trains Jujitsu now at Gracie Ball West Chase in Houston him in Arian foster and take like dude. I don't want any peace of Brian cushing at the three boys so speaking of Firing so I just I took a look at y'all's website real quick quick before you came in and I saw the Joe had Jaakko come in. Yes yes oh. They had pictures with Jaakko. They're a little bit about that well in the way I made this transition. Just guys don't know Jacko's Bipolar Brazilian Jujitsu motivational speaker. You had a couple of great books extreme ownership And the dichotomy automated leadership. There's no ship strategy and tactics. That just came out last week. So yeah so how was that having company it was awesome You know he's he's a really humble great guy. I mean. We got to spend close one on one time with him. Yeah I'll tell you you know there's there's JACKO'S CONSULTING Company for leadership and management is Echelon Front I'm hey so that's that we wanted to kick off the year with a motivational. Can you know business kind of a cool business thing had value. Not just some famous guy coming to speak right. So if you're familiar with extreme ownership you know it's not it's it's it's like taking control in like you own everything and you know it's it's your baby. You got to your phone right. Yeah but this guy that actually worked four in the Marine Corps. He was like my first officer-in-charge away see his. Name's Dave Burke you can look him up he he works for Echelon Front and and So I was like holy crap I was close with this guy. He was he was very Like a really good officer. You know one of the few guys that I like look back on my career and I'm like he was awesome own a stay in touch with them right. So it's like Holy Shit debut like come on you and you and Jaakko need to come to belot orm and do a deal like do one of your workshops so It was supposed to be Dave and jockey but unfortunately Dave had a family emergency and he couldn't make no but yeah but you know life happens but Jaakko came by himself and spicy was able to pull it off by himself. Just kidding But it was awesome. I mean we had a few of our investors and some close friends like other companies. We work with come in but it was very intimate. I think we only had like forty people there and we set up. We have a little basketball in the warehouse area of our building yes it was very spartan we just had some. Fold out chairs the talk about the office. Now you're telling me in Jacobite before the Mike Scott on. I'm a little bit jealous because Jake and we've always thought it'd be awesome. Just have the office send a warehouse kind of have like this fantasy factory. You've got the gym. You've got Matt's Jucy to do whatever whatever the hell you want. Sounds like you guys got this told me got added rock climbing wall. You got him what else you got. Let's let's talk about the office and talk about company culture because I think it's pretty Pretty Cool Yeah. No I appreciate and you know I I I'm a big believer in it before I got my Mba while I was working at GNP land. I got a an online degree in organizational leadership and manages reading all this stuff about organizational culture. Sure and you know Jason the Marine Corps. I mean it matters. Culture matters but also you know you gotTa Take Care of your people right and and if you're if if you you work lot you WanNa you WANNA look forward to coming to work and You to keep in mind the evolution of the company. I mean it was Marian I in our house at the kitchen table and then we went to like a we work type space. It's actually called the Work Lodge which you might be familiar with. Yeah so we went to work lodge in two thousand seventeen we were. Are there for like eleven months. Then we moved into that business park. I was telling you about one of the house like condo looking townhouse type offices in in the same business park. There was a mattress company. Like maybe it was their logistics hub or whatever. It wasn't a store but they stored mattress there were trucks going in and out all day so that was right across the parking lot from our little town house office we could see trucks going in and out all the time right and we were busting at the scenes. We had foldout tables and metal chairs and people like knocking each other's laptops off spilling coffee on each other's run sheets and stuff like that. And I was like man. We're growing outgrowing. This and it was crazy. That mattress company went out of business overnight. One day there was eighteen trucks in and out all day and then the next day that was like a ghost town. I called up the landlord. I'm like what's going on over there. And he's like Oh those efforts you know. They just bailed on their rent. They sent me a text message this morning. Saying they're you know they're out of business and they're not paying their rent this month and all this and so you know in this. This company that a- manages his property they also construction companies so they built out custom that mattress warehouse for us to to occupy actually owner finds owner finance it to us so now we own the building in really not much more expensive than what we were paying rent at the other place which he got a hell of a deal. We've got a great rape kits. It's an outside of the news right like yeah you recognize the opportunity. You pick up a phone and phone calls and all of a sudden you've got this big s mattress factory. That's about to be the office build out so it's awesome. We Have A. We have a gym in there. We have some showers and in a couple. We'll beers on tap taps upstairs. Yeah so the next party. We know where it's at. Yeah that's awesome man so before before we wrap up I mean you you guys raise this current fond twenty three million dollars right twenty. That's the one where operating we're about to divest so saying so you're the diverse and you'd be launching another one of your eye on target for the next one I mean you've been stepping it up or you guys. Yeah everybody laughs when I say it but I'm super serious. It's a one hundred million. Gene is our target our target last year. Which I get you know? How are you gonNa go from two and a half million two hundred million? You're crazy how are you going to go from two and a half million twenty three million the bigger step up right right. That's the ten now. I'm going yeah so that's not an arbitrary number. I mean we generate so much deal flow. I mean I got such a bad ass team of landman that are just constantly getting finding out who owns what and getting contact with these mineral owners owners and yeah and world liquidity option for you gotta think like these these guys you know some of the bigger funds. They don't WANNA mess with the smaller deal. I don't WanNa miss around the five thousand and sixty thousand dollar deal probably and I mean even even like a million dollars is too small for like we just five million is is to is kind on of our limit right and I'm like okay. Well aggregate all these small guys and then give you a five million dollar deal to buy you know so if you think about the mineral owners they you know. There's I know Zillow of mineral rights. There's no re Max or century twenty one like hey let's go. There are some sites out there that try to be a listing option forum but they do all right but we got to actively be out there being illiquidity option for these guys so long story short is hundred million. Gold comes from we've consistently passed on over one hundred million dollars in deals every year. So we've gotten that type of deal flow. Oh and we just can't transact on it so we think that's a good target for us we don't want to disrupt you know we want to still do business this with the guys that were selling to now do business with them but we just need more dry powder to continuously transcend that way. You don't have to pass on so much Gilgal rice and itself anyone's listening to this podcast and they wanna get in on your on your next fond. They WANNA run by the office. Get some rock climbing and beer. Where can they find you guys? Do you have a website or annoying because I checked it out. What's the euro? It's Bella Term Dot Com B. E. L. L. A. T. O. R. U. M. DOT COM. And we're out in spring and then are you on Lincoln absolutely linked in facebook. You find him. Chris Bentley go to their website. Chris appreciate you coming on the show. Man I thanks for having me and it's been a pleasure. I see me and Chris Hanging out in the future considering relief. 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Ep. 281 - LiquidApps: The Missing Link, w/ CEO & co-founder Beni Hakak

CRYPTO 101

29:48 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 281 - LiquidApps: The Missing Link, w/ CEO & co-founder Beni Hakak

"Intro guys blah. What is up current nation? Good citizens are having a good morning here. We are joined by Bennie. Haycock the CEO and Co founder of liquid ads. You know we just been shooting the ship for the last twelve twelve minutes and having a lot of laughs and I just made a very interesting noise Trying to start this episode. Where did that come from it I I I don't even WANNA start? I don't even WanNa get into it. Maybe it could be in the morning. Let's let's have a bloopers episode one. Doc something for that gastritis Finish or whatever that was many thank you for putting up with us. I'll just start with that. Yes my pleasure. So He's a survivor of crypto. One on one. So you're open Israel right now. Is that correct Tel reviewed. Actually my office right now. Awesome are employees like seven. PM We're working here. So I just I love it. I love the The dedication in peace of mind and I are no No Stranger to late hours in the office that is for sure so so liquid APPs of course so thank you for having me first of all a lot of people in the space. A little technical people are really familiar with the Internet is bills right We have avid. ISP's and protocal there We have the web services and websites on top of it. Applications we to kind of closer Luke Over how the blockchain was created how it goes to build we started in us and I think that is the most used doctrine today. The number says anyway it's the home of depths in a sense but I love. The boulevards are actually only stadium that the biggest community of developers offers but they're stuck because skill ability issues so it was really important to us. Since we're not maximalist in any way to create the best inter operability solution we could think of to this middleware so we have a mechanism in place to create this cross chain. Decentralized solution that transaction being passed in between these blocking jeff at a high level like the number one goal of liquid APPs is to you know have enabled cross chain value transfers. No I think that this is incidental. You know that's something because you can make out of the service I want to allow developers and users to use blockchain chain as it is the Internet meaning we do not know how websites work you know what maybe Aaron does but most of them they do not think about the back end of the website. We don't know which service servers website is using. We don't know which is the. The APP is using if a developer chooses to use ethereal E.. Ost doesn't matter as long as the DAB works and is cost effective effective in Crohn's fast enough and everything is decentralized and the integrity of the change. Thank you chose is safely kept. This is what we allow be. So this sounds like a open stack but running on blockchain. Nodes it's more decentralized. Is that correct. It's one of the features that we can present. Yes that's so so. Why did you build us? What inspired you to solve this problem in the way that you've done reading question We started delivers we were Lost two-thirds of Yaas and before that I was part of the BANCORP team And got into no ethereal really well On is frozen ponds and when I saw it I understood the opportunity of this web three point. I know eco-system and we really thought me and my pal my partner with you That we should learn more about this technology. I know that there's a lot of criticism regarding eels and governance. But let's look at his former technology for the view right now. It is the best blockchain right now. In terms of transaction costs and transaction speed. When we dug into cold we started? It's still not sufficient so if we're talking talking about mass adoption all the time. That's the teacher. The blockchain entrepreneurs VOCA or two years. It's not really possible. People like if I would go to a friend of mine which is a developer. And don't listen. There's this blockchain thing and it's really cool. They should develop on top of it. The limitations will. We'll get into tell me you know what. Let me know what you get better. Because I can't do it like this and we wanted to create mass adoption by building the infrastructure to allow that. I think what you've done is really cool but going off topic for just a second but remaining on the topic of mass adoption. What's what's the crypto on blockchain culture like they're in Israel? I know there's a lot of projects out there. I assume legislations friendly are. You guys is in really hot competition or is there a lot of camaraderie and trying to build Israel as the next of capital for Crypto. What's it like over there really cool? No question I have to stay Just a big a bit of a broader look of the startup space in Israel that the name startup nation is something career locked in Israel. A lot of entrepreneurs at the most The the highest percentage of startups or copy signed a world so generally speaking in the startup space Israelis Dried star next to many other stars. on blockchain specifically We are I think still in the baby steps like the largest the the brightest developers in Israel are yet to be in the blockchain space. But this is an opportunity as well we have many companies that Israel You have their RND company of Bank. Or based in Israel you have a few other's orbs with our in Israel And I think it's getting more and more common of a Woodward A lot of corporates like IBM are actually basing their Blockchain team in Israel and we just had a great conversation with a guy named Luke Earner. WHO's very heavily involved in space over there? So I'm sure you're familiar with him and then Mile Buddies D- have is based based in Israel. Too that's correct. Yeah we were like. It's pretty funny. Tel Aviv is the capital capital of Israel. Most of the starts are here. But even though it's really really small undocking Less than a million In population we never see each other. And that's how it is too busy working exactly late night like today. I never left the office But we support each other The conferences it's Har here are amazing Lots of good people and So answering your original question. I I think that the Israel can become a key player in the blockchain space specifically with them out of cryptographer 's and academia academia we have here surrounding this space. I'm kind of curious. About like the philosophy behind what you guys are doing. In regards to this blockchain's cryptocurrency solved any humanitarian problems. In in your eyes you know I've been to bancorp before as I mentioned and one of the projects that I was the gold with was community currencies in Africa. Talking talking about the economic aspect of Tokens. There's a lot of things in behavioral economics. That can be a a real benefits to all these poor countries whether it's in Africa or any other place in the world there is a research by by someone called Bernardi. It's hard. He mentioned their community. Currencies are the way for sustainable better economy. We started something regarding his research in Kenya and created a community currency based on blockchain technology. Back then it was interior and gave this the community so they can trade among themselves rather than pay in Kenyan shillings. Which is there yet guernsey and apparently once you give them a means for trading it makes them amount of transaction skyrocket like ten fifteen times a day once you have more transaction debt economy is actually becoming better and better but that's one aspect? The other aspect is obviously monetary systems in general. How do you make sure that Fiat currency or any currency sustain its value when we work and we make love of effort and and there's labor involved? How do you make sure that by creating inflation? By the company company country creating replacing used still get the same amount of money because you cannot control inflation income Stu Fiat currencies the right. There is a central entity. That does that for you but you have no means as a as an individual to factors back so I believe that the libra and facebook coming with this and the fact that they have so many issues right now with the issue instead of their token shows that governments understand this as well understand that. There's something unique and sometimes you even frightening. Yeah there's something afoot in crypto currencies. We saw like. There's a lot of senators right now. L. Sending letters through credit companies and others were involved in Lebron before. It's really interesting to see. Because one of the things it liberates rain we need the world is actually education about blocking many people have not heard about watching before that so I kinda talk a little bit about block producing versus mining. So I I know that you used to be like liquid liquid e OSS right and you guys were top five for a long time of. Es this block producers Yes do you think that deep costs are delegated state. Do you think that is a viable consensus model. You know if what would you fix. What would you keep the same really good question? I think. Mining the worst part about mining is the fact that a lot of processing sitting power is being spent on something which is not valuable. No one cares about the solution for equation but it's an any quesion its purpose is determining who's next in line and when you think about it this way pretty weird because you know when we were kids the other means to decide who's next in games and stuff like that so I think that's what depots has done is to vote for people that we I believe will not sacrifice their name and reputation by manipulating the chain and we head away to check the the one manipulated the chain. So if you do we can take you down you know how. How would you determine if something decentralized you know we all Herzog from your bank or he always says that you can fork something it means? It's decentralized okay that's a good one yeah I guess so. So if you can't fork deep ause if you see someone is manipulating the system it decentralized decentralized enough and by someone who has been there okay. I saw what has been going on. What's been done? How's the government working the the people who were you know on the top twenty one in a sense? It makes people uncomfortable knowing that there are only twenty. twenty-one lock producers that are cycling and Closing the blocks one after the other because it kind of implies like an oligopoly but you you know what but what is mining pools in exterior bitcoin. If that's so but I think it's different in in mining pools because you have mining pools that are made up of of all sorts of different individuals all across the world contributing their Hash power towards a mining pool so if a mining kind of goes rogue or the mining pool operator I should goes rogue than individuals can withdraw their Hash power from that pool unless yeah definitely not no. You're right you're right right it but you can still have a fifty one percent attack using meaningful because you do not know like with zoom what you just said This is the computers are spread across the world and people can withdraw their processing power. But there might the more than meets the eye that is correct. This is that you don't know for certain we know for a fact that there are a few mining holes in the world that operates today. I think it's approximately four or five so in that sense twenty one that you know we know who they are is that better. Is that worse. I personally think that this was like a general but but on a personal note. I believe that decentralization is a spectrum and is not like either decentralized or centralized. There's a gray area absolutely agree it all about the tension between the two and how far far away you are willing to go in order to sacrifice speed or sacrifice costs. So let's let's move on into Back to liquidate for a second if they want morphing in that sense. Oh Yeah Yeah sure when you talk about interoperability in that sense you can create a mechanism where adapt will operate on ethereal. Okay the oldest state all the logic covet will be on ethereal but the processing power will actually take place on a new house and a transaction will be closed closed on theory. And this combines everything and this combined like the trust issue here with the solidity not of some sorts on exterior and that's what can you could link allows dealer friend WHO's interested in getting into crypto currency but they don't know where to start building their portfolio folio. Well we have the answer. It's called copy traitor by e Toro with copywriter. You can automatically copy every trade of e Toro's rose to top crypto traders just like myself or Bryce or Kevin at the exact price point and in real time no need to study up on markets or develop your own strategies prodigies simply just sign up and copy our trades any profits that we make you do two proportional to your investment of course with E.. Toro you get it. Access to the world's most popular cryptocurrencies with transparent trading fees. All in one easy to use APP. Copy the smart money with E. Toro join now at aditorial dot com slash crypto. WanNa one. I mean there's so much you can do with this. What's The coolest thing you've seen built with? Liquid up so far is called moonlight. It's a fiber like Obligation it's coming from the centralized world to decentralize. The company was founded in two thousand fourteen. And could you really quickly explain what fiber is because there's probably a lot of people haven't heard of it it's freelancers platform allowing for people to Kind of present. What they can do and other people or companies can take this services that other people offering like designers dead for higher etc They have approximately seven hundred fifty thousand users. A lot of them are daily basis users and they're using the decentralize role now. They're using liquid APPs to facilitate their storage on. Es I oh wow and what would they do this. I think the essence of this is a competitive advantage advantage. I have one employee. It was banned from fiber. I haven't asked why but interest- interesting because even get banned from platform. You don't WanNa lose all of your Stevie you don't WanNa lose all reputation that you Assembled so far right so this is why you don't if you don't lose your reputation and and see in the process you know that you can. You don't even need to trust the system you're signing in. No one owns your data but you still have the front end of Moonlighting in order to interact with others. I think it's a really really cool concept and what moonlighting did it is something that I believe. More and more organizations are going to do from here on out and we'll have our own data protected that'd from things like banning changing and those both ways because as a company if I'm going and wanting to find a freelance right now I want to know that the reputation that they have is legit. What I see is actually there in I? I know who said what is good for users freelancers themselves and it's good for whomever wants to give them the next gate in. So there's you guys also have a token right yes. How does the token work and how does it also like a crew value and been able to go back the and essence of it is to incentivize this whole ecosystem that has been built? But he's got the data network and this is kind of a getting to talk about. How do all these services coming to play? Because liquid APPS does not provide these services we are at acknowledged company. We build tools rebuild services. And we'd blow them through the world and there are other entities they're cold data service providers. DSP's currently more than twenty five of them across the world and they the one that gives these Serbs provide be ram be CPU liquid. Oracle's would accounts liquid excetera and the way this ecosystem is working is by and the one hand. There's this though. Can we did not give any cost most in initial cost. We did something which is called a reverse auction. That community is the one that chooses how much the value of the token is each every day. That's like how ghost did their ICU. Precisely this is on the one hand secondhand secondhand. There are these. DSP's in day get to choose how much they will try each and every service and there are are the developers users of this utility mechanism and the way they they get service this is by staking these data cans to the speech for example. It's like going to a cellular company and wanting a data the plan. You have if you want at Biran. which is the memory solution? The storage solution. You can have one gigabyte for X. amount of time and it will cost you a minimum. Speaking of a hundred thousand dapper tokens. So so they're developer will go there. One of the portals are about seven Porto's that the community has built. And it will stake gap tokens to a specific depth provider and the system will take it from there. Everything will be happening of course on chain at the end of this quota did that developer will need steak. Once more it's happened medically of course but the essence of this is we created three markets ecosystem. No one is in control of Christ of anything whether it's the services himself or the price of the token And this is how Oh sorry end end endangerment division for these species is by inflation over the Dokan my kiosks as you mentioned being sent a vacation is being spreading flation. pro-rata to the amount of data can stay to the specific pick that service provider. It's pretty confusing I think staking and all that kind of stuff. I think just one of those things that as we move into this new world with theam 2.0. Point Oh it's going to become much more much more clear. Yeah all that kind of stuff I think I think staking just a way for you to receive you service. We ought to losing any a a actual tokens like you. Don't pass along folks. It's like putting it aside but still in your world. That's why I don't like the word lending with lending means that it actually goes out of your wallet in this in this case. It's not it's stealing your wallet but it's like locked. It's locked for a specific purpose. No one can touch it for example No one can take from from you but you can't take from their wallet either for specific timeframe and Allows you to get services so that's great great. Okay I'll I'll look this aside perserve that that sounds interesting enough. It's really fascinating what you've got built over there. It's really a game changer. For a lot of doubt development. And we've really seen in we're real. We're still waiting for that. One killer doubt but if it has crushing compatibility no longer has has to choose really which one to go on so I think this is a tremendous step forward. So let's take a step back for a second though. What were you doing? Prior to Crypto. Are there any familiar signed trends from the past that you really think is GonNa make this industry. Successful violent engineer myself My background is industrial engineering and I had a few companies in the past. I was focusing guide up Becker the date. Hey and I've seen many you know in many industries. Nothing was as fascinating as blockchain. I have to say what rock means a this space. Actually my wife one day. She told me Benny there. A couple of guys were that talks about Bitcoin you want. Do you know what it is. I started researching I created a report. ecosystem in two thousand seventeen when right before the the hype Started my adventure at bank or afterwards. Blockchain is the first and I think only field that allows you to combine technical data in data or technical knowledge with behavioral electronics. Which I I love personally? This was something that I really focused during my degree and everything I read in my little first time is connected to that. He's also about computers and people and there's not a lot of spaces or our fields that are combining these two worlds when we talk about y blocking via think. It's the next thing I believe that starting from the beginning of the Internet The first years of the Internet still now we've seen saying that the majority of money and power is at the hands of a few corporates that are gaining more and more strength strength now and it's really really hard for new companies to rise to these same fields and talking about Google facebook Amazon. And I think the next phase of these interrelations of technology today is going to be done in a decentralized way love it no I I completely agree and kind of just enclosing you know. What's another crypto or blockchain company outside of Liquid APPs or. Let's say at a bank or what's what's another company that we should be paying attention to somebody. That's doing some really amazing innovative work. I personally love effect. They I the company that said. You know what we're GonNa take what we know from the outside world Labor that that is being phased for we're going to take all of the data from They're doing right now. Notation for example of images Komo on chain and they want to allow for a to exist on the chain itself. So people can be gable are able to create their own and hadn't other things in a decentralized way in imperilled to the current system that Google is offering for example on chain A. That's something I haven't really dug into but sound super fascinating. Hope that a good citizens here crypt nation. Go check that out. I can't even wrap my head around that one. I need to take inap- adults. They is infiltrated our blockchain. We'll benny so much for joining us. And telling us all about liquid apps if the the good people want to follow you on twitter or check out your website. Where can we pointed to sure that at Beni Gok at twitter your an-and telegram field three thirty pm me and a website liquid APPs? I O amazing all right everybody nobody we will see you in just a couple days We got some more exciting episodes coming out for you Take care everybody inventing thanks for joining us

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Start When Youre Young to Protect Your Brain

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

33:38 min | 6 months ago

Start When Youre Young to Protect Your Brain

"Welcome to the green wisdom Health podcast with dr. Steven and Janet Lewis where you will learn about natural solutions to Common ailments and now here are your hosts. Dr. Steven and Janet Lewis. Hello and welcome to this week's edition of the green wisdom Health show. I'm Janet Lewis, and I'm dr. Lewis. And today we are going to help you learn a little bit about brain health and why it's so important to start at a young age. Most of you probably think. Hey, I'll just wait till I get older and worry about that then but actually you need to start when you're young. And so the name of Today Show is called start when you're young to protect your brain and that original. Anyway, we're going to educate you a little bit about what you can do and some of the signs and symptoms of perhaps your brain is already deteriorating and things that cause that to happen so doctor Lewis, I know you have some products you want to talk about and I know you want to educate us a little bit about brain health because yours is so big that we all are just bitching to learn from you. So just go right ahead and educate us. I always feel put on the spot like oh my God. What am I going to do? What am I going to say? You know, there's a lot of things that's important about brain health and you know because I know I've got a genetically some Dimension my future based on what my mother did buy my brother. Dr. James Lewis and an engine and later gave my mother so many different supplements thought her dementia slash Alzheimer's whatever it was that was very evident in her mid-sixties. It didn't really show up and kick her butt till about eight eighty eight to ninety-two then after that she was gone off and you can't make any claims for supplements to prevent a disease, but our cure disease, but why in the world has America got to the point where we think that putting a good nutrition and the body won't use it and and do good with any, you know, I use a lot of dumbed-down analogies because that's just kind of who I am. Anyway, I tell people well laughing I played $100 to change the oil in my truck and it's like it didn't drive different. It didn't get better gas mileage. But why would you pay a hundred bucks? And sometimes it's hundred eight to change the oil because you want to get started before you have to buy a brand new engine and I actually did at one time. I had a truck. I hate it. I waited till the red light come on and then I would put on some cheap re-refined Walmart oil change and yeah when the engine blew I wish to God out of done the preventative stuff. So yeah, I've got a lot to say about brain health, you know, there's there's something about autopoiesis. You've got to understand and the neuro or the brain nervous system is also intricately connected to the intercom system hormones and the immune system will take maybe touch on implementation will touch on endocrine imbalance maybe hypomethylation, which is like a b complex. I know Janet's going to talk about that. Although we don't review notes we go from different sets of notes off. Just to say who can surprise the other one. There's mitochondrial dysfunction of those are the people who says what I just don't have energy. Well, it takes time to clean it up cuz of mitochondrial live in yourself off and it has to do with making energy will talk about toxic environments will talk about genetics blood-brain barrier second brain, you know much about gastritis and hearing loss and ringing in the ears, huh? Well, Jenny wants me to get hearing aids and I do have some hearing loss. It's more of ADD ADHD actually and she's giving me that I shouldn't say anything she giving me that Grant I won't tell you what kind but it's like a possum eat and green Pursuit Persimmons. Maybe I did say something. You didn't hear me any anyway, because tonight as can be a sign or signal that there's brain dysfunction and I know when my guts go down and get inflamed that my brain function does too. So, you know, we'll talk about that the Mind Body Connection off. Detoxification different nutrition vitamins minerals and and and proteins which hope I get around to all this. But before I get into that I want to talk about, you know, we did talk about all I tell people that chat and I use a lot of pecan oil just because it's a southern thing and to some degree. That's true. We use a certified Louisiana pecan all I'm on name the name. They don't know that I'm doing this is call kinloch kinloch kinloch pecan all you can do this stuff. It is like, oh my God Heavenly you're talking about for cooking, right? Yeah are putting on your salads. Okay, why do you use it? Because most people know about almond and somewhat they do peanuts. A lot of people do walk and I eat a handful of walnuts, you know, once a day almonds, for example far as the total antioxidants is around 1265 South Graham Brazil nuts only 400 cashews. 403a hazelnuts. 2700 Macadamia, they go good and ice cream and cookies, but it's 481 off peanuts 899 and I like peanuts. That's a southern thing too. Although they're very pesticide Laden pine nuts. Not so much pistachios 2267 wage walnuts. It comes in really really high at 3846 antioxidants antioxidants. It's micromoles per gram. So thirty years. 800 you know what the concept 5095 so the Ken light pecan all we love love love love love. It has the highest smoke point of grapeseed oil. I say something comes close and it's not high in saturated fat. No, right. Although I think too saturated fat thing is an overblown. Baloney, but that's my opinion. You know, we all know about refined virgin olive oil. Well, it's smoke points if it's refined. It's 410. Well, picanha was for seven Butters 325 cook with a lot of butter. Real better. Yeah corn peanut and soybean is pretty high on for hundreds. But you shouldn't ever consumed those cannolis 400 which never never never never this nice stuff grapeseed or which we do use is 420 coconut 350, but pecan oil smoke points 470 kinloch pecan oil do not have any Financial ties to this company. They don't know I'm talking about them, but their oil is like light and and tastes wonderful and it helps make you healthy because that oil is a very important thing to help keep your brain healthy. We actually found that oil when we were on a trip to Mississippi and they dusted us with crop dusters. We went into the little dog that's happened twice in Mississippi and twice and Louisiana. Yeah, the little rest area information center thing they had and they put what were we doing in Tunica? We were dead. Better interest and and and they had that oil and we thought we'll give it a try and bought that oil and walked outside and got dusted by a crop duster. So I told her they were doing that but she can hear me. So maybe she needs hearing aids but the oil turned out great and we've been having it ever since because it does cook and high heat and it's it's it's just really good taste really good. And now I'm in trouble for saying that she didn't listen to me but you know sixty percent of the brain is called white matter because fat is white rest of the brains gray matter, which is really the heads of the new truck some diseases of the CNS central nervous system would include tumor seizures infections like meningitis trauma because trauma can actually really adversely affect your brain health and then degenerative diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's or just just call it dementia and you've got to let your neurologist, you know Mekong. Diagnosis as to what it is. Well, I just thought it's very interesting that there are some actual things that can happen to you. When you're younger that you don't associate with your brain is deteriorating. And I know you came back from Iraq Minar and I asked dr. Louis because the stuff just rattles out of his head and then he once in a while, it's good don't know where he's got it or where he read it or whatever but a good memory, but I don't have a catalog and organized and he was saying something about by the time you're a certain age that your brain had already started shrinking if you can't stand on one foot. Without falling your cerebellum is beginning to shrink and once it shrinks, you're just kind of out of luck man. It's like you can't get that back anymore in that can even happen when you're younger. So it's not about waiting until you're older. We're actually seeing dementia Alzheimer's CNS central nervous system degeneration and much much younger age. And again, you know, when you talk to a neurologist them tell you pretty much the same thing their experiences like mine and I think you should always, you know, do these brain things with the help of a neurologist but we're seeing it younger because of something else syndrome, which is Cadillac prediabetes or metabolic syndrome and we're seeing more and more people with thyroid problem people so many answers my thyroid is yeah maybe but they're seven other steps you're forgetting about or just omitting don't listen to one list and say, oh my god, I've got half the things on the list. It must be that because it may be true, but there's usually many Many other pieces to the equation and I'm not pointing any fingers here. I'm certain I'm just reading statistics so that you can understand how hearing loss affects them held drumroll. She's pointing in no. No, there's actually thirty seven point five million Americans over the age of 18 who have trouble hearing. So use your hearing protectors when you go out and shoot guns, right and that's what dr. Lewis is. I was told me he says, well, it's because I shotgunned which loud noises really do interfere with that. But I had no idea that she actually helped shrink your brain if you couldn't hear well, well, you know, they say, we're limited morons people that shoot guns which you know, that's a line because look at me off all the time. I keep waiting for my calls for the ones. I went every time I get in the contest. I'm waiting on one in October and one in December. The sad part is though that people that need hearing aids fewer than 30% of individual. Was over seventy years of age who have hearing loss will actually wear them because it if they would wear them it would also help protect their brain function. They did a study that were scientist gathered 25,000 online participants who were older than 50 and split them into two groups one group wore hearing aids and the other didn't both took cognitive tests every year for two years. Now at the end of the study the scientists found the people who routinely wore hearing aids had better scores on tests that analyzed working memory and attention span than the participants who did not so so that means I'm getting here an age where I like them or not. I know what I'm getting for Christmas, but it really does, you know, they're loud noises that you know certain restaurants that don't have good Acoustics and I'm like, oh geez, I wish I had some earplugs when we go to concerts. I wear earplugs and you can still hear the music just fine, but it doesn't make your ears ring as bad. But again part of my issue. So you've got to get my attention first. I do have a little ADD ADHD cuz my mind goes in 40 different directions. I was called a mad scientist just the other day. And I said thank you very much and they said when the compliment I said, yeah, it was long will the other part of that and we get this question a lot is what can you do for ringing in the ears or tonight us? Well, you see an audiologist and or neurologist but there are things you can do naturally to see your body a chance to heal it on its own but actually hearing aids can help that as well. Okay. I want to get Christmas. I'm just saying I just was kind of shocked by all of that. I thought well, you don't ever you don't associate that ringing in the ears or not being able to hear has anything to do with your brain where I didn't you probably did but I did not yet. So you're right honey. So so it's very interesting. And also we want to talk about some products that we have that help rebuild brain. We have several doctor Lewis is going to talk about. Yep. B complex that we have and why B vitamins are so important. If you want to do that, I'll save this last one. Yeah, well that that goes into the hypomethylation which means less methylation than what a normal and those of you that have gotten on internet and read about five MTHFR 5-methyltetrahydrofolate reductase and some of the experts say that about fifty percent of the population has that I have two of the worst genetic Snips, there are and for the hypomethylation I take methyl supreme, but you know for those that don't know you have it the B complex Ultra is somewhere took the holy cow. We're almost the Holy Grail. It's got time and riboflavin nice and nice and by itself is really really good. So I think well Jenny wants me to talk about that but it's got to be six b six is very important and liver function, which is for the methylation or to be able to have the liver clean out detoxify which has a lot to do with digestion also and how you feel and it's got the phone number. But it's it's in the form of met bowling which is that 5-mthf methyltetrahydrofolate. Well, that's the good part so that if you have that genetic problem, it doesn't matter if you know your don't just throw it in there your body will work with it and then just got to be 12. There's so many people so but I'm taking a b-twelve and it's like oh God, you did not hear me most supplements. Don't work there like you're crazy actually when I'm taking B12 and it's a sign of kabbalah mean if it doesn't say methylcobalamin, you need to throw in the trash biotin pantothenic acid pantothenic acid. Someone is going to if the woman takes it off her husband gets nicer because it rebuilds adrenal glands helps deal with stress Janice shaking her head. Guess I just like pantothenic acid. It's it's awesome. Yeah, my teacher makes me screw love I think that it's got cold which is good. You know, the phosphatidylcholine is good for rebuilding the brain. Although we have one is way the heck faster now, he's got inositol terramino benzoic acid the B complex Ultras are pretty dead. Well, it's high class and it's very absorbable, but it's also pretty inexpensive. So that's that's a methylation and some people just take the slow-release niacin enough. Some people say but nice and makes me flush. Yeah, some of them do not that one. I personally take this one off and and this is this is slow release and nice and has a tendency to give you a better ratio of cholesterol lower cholesterol triglycerides. So that's that's not a bad thing and it can help with hearing loss and tinnitus. I agree. We put people on it before and it has done that. Yeah, Meniere's disease boy. That's a tough one and then off our most favorite brain rebuilding for formula that we have now and we've gotten really great feedback on it. And we take it ourselves. My dad takes it it's called GPC stage where dr. Louis guy stands for Doctor Louis stands for Doctor Louis. Glycerylphosphorylcholine. Yeah. Yeah long words is a highly effective form of choline for the brain and nerve. How long And muscle function it actually helps improve your memory your mental focus and reaction time and elderly and young individuals met your spouse. Look prettier. I'm telling you what you should take you can I don't know about the prettier part, but you can take that Staffing within 30 minutes. It's like your mind is clicking. Yeah, there's a light is that I've had migraines for years and years and years and within I forget the thirty minutes three hours something like that. She said the pressure on my head's going is it a flu? Cuz I didn't know it's going to be that quick but it could be, you know results kind of follow with your faith in expectations to that helps and interestingly enough. It may compensate for ACH production of acetylcholine declined due to aging estrogen deficiency neurotransmitter on that one. Yeah menopause possibly also with oral contraceptive use so, you know, I think for me because I had a hysterectomy And all the women I've talked to it's like it threw them into this stage of their brain didn't work. Like it used to the thoughts were not as fast. If you look at your color part of your eyes Thursday. We we have studied the iris of the eye also in different things that it worked goes to in the body and at the very top of the color part of your eye. There is an area. If it starts looking clear, what is about twelve 12:00, I guess on the I cloudy hazy. Yeah, you'll start seeing it become fuzzy looking and not clear. It's not it's not a pretty color of the rest of your eye that's actually goes to brain health and I can tell you back in my probably early late late thirties early forties mine off pretty bad going to my brain and I was like jeeze. I'm young and I don't look so great here at GPC since we've been on it. My eyes actually look better. So so you are get off. At brain help with that PC is really the big dog. Like, oh my God, I mean Janice Daddy's 85 going on 60 in a young healthy vibrant 60 maybe younger net remembers everything off. It also increases your production of dopamine the feel-good serotonin and Gaba serotonins kind of the peace of God dopamine if you're lacking dome in your usually addicted to something and it also food improves your mitochondrial function during ischemia, oxidative stress just means more energy more energy thought I'd actually counteracts age-dependent reduction and number of brain cells and the to do that quickly. Sorry to interrupt but when the mitochondria off or down there gown, don't wait until they crap out and crater because they don't really repair themselves real well in the toxins and environment are already poisoning them. So get started now off. Raisin, sorry I had to say that with mitochondria. Well, and I just want to tell her body kind of what this does because it's such a long word and then we've shortened it to GPC people. I don't even know what this is. So I'm just going to tell you it does a lot of stuff off it actually boost growth hormone production production and the young and elderly growth hormone main stand young longer. It increases fat oxidation lose wage stir muscles drink and reaction time potentially improving balance, especially in the elderly. It improves brain recovery from stroke cranial injury and anesthesia pre and post-surgery. Hey, that's pretty cool. Yeah, I'm saying people they'll have surgery and then a bad reaction to the anesthesia. Some of them never come out of it. But we've seen people that take the holy heck out of GPC like two or three times the regular dosage and lo and behold he comes or cognitive function back. It repairs blood-brain barrier tissue damaged by hypertension. It improves cognition and social behavior and Alzheimer's disease took a skewer age-related. Dementia and Parkinson's reduces Alzheimer like brain volume shrinkage This is something may be beneficial for conditions requiring Milan repair. Like the duchenne muscular dystrophy. Yeah, that's a tough one. Yeah, so am I mean geez, there's just it does so much and the thing about it is is we we tried it with just one dropper full. It's a liquid. It tastes like you're having a piece of candy. It's real sweet cheese and one dropper full never really cut it for any of us. It might only kid but on adults when you did to drop rifles at once it was like, oh my word and my dad started with Opera and he was like this stuff doesn't work. When bhejo we read the instructions supposed to be too. Yeah. Yeah, I would cuz I said start with what it's not just man that don't read instructions. Yeah, and so he went to two and a couple of days off. He says, oh my word. He said I can really tell a difference. He said I'm remembering everything and he and it really does so we put everybody on it. It's it's great stuff. You can't go wrong with it. So that's that's our favorite Brain theme song. GPC so we also have some questions that we need to get to we have some we have some about water actually a couple of them about water off Rich wanted to know about reverse osmosis water filtration systems for drinking water. Is it worth the money? Yes, I really think it is and you know, there's other people who spend four or five grand on a machine. It's like yeah. Yeah, so we are one podcast we talked about Brandi's experiment and brandished a little bit shy but she's a superwoman are taking good care of y'all. She went out and bought. I don't know nine ten eleven different alkaline Waters all different brands and we did the pH test strips every one of them, even if it's off and tested very very acidic and then we added some of our minerals and all low and behold it became alkaline. So the easy way to get out and Waters throw in good minerals Not Dead. Calcium carbonate you've gotta has a have a calcium citrate or you know, one of the ones that's chelated to the amino acids so that it will make your water alkaline. But in a way like reverse osmosis in a big big way, I like it because it's it does the work for you. We also have a Berkey Water Filter which have a couple yeah, we have a couple of them which we just have on hand four times get tough or even if they don't thank you, Jack spearco of that but we keep that on hand just in case we do not need it down the road, but we're using it right now because we just recently moved and I don't have my reverse osmosis hooked up yet. It works great. Also, it it does take up a lot of counter space age. And you do find yourself making water all the time. Where are the reverse osmosis will do it for you, but it's been a good system as well the water tastes good out of that too. And and you don't know what's in your water just because off. And this is not talking about water but there's this research that I read out of Journal neurology said welders exposed to aluminum and manganese have more neutral neurodegenerative diseases those from Jersey Urology and British medical journal. So whether you're getting aluminum LED manganese, whatever those are not good Metals in the Berkey filter will take that out the reverse osmosis. We'll take care. Out it's really really a cool thing to do. It's a I think a relatively inexpensive way to protect your health the Burke you will even pick up red food coloring which is is something I was like, wow. Okay, it'll filter a beer and make it into water. It'll ruin a beer. Hm. Well, I didn't know that he's probably tried it while I wasn't looking. So thank you Rich for that question. Martin has a little different spin on the fast water. He wants to know about fasting with water after a few months of oppressive work schedule and poor food prepping. I've seen my blood pressure and white climbing down. I'm getting ready to restrict my work hours. And so I can go back to full-time meal prep on an extreme carb limited diet and one want to transition into it with a water fast. I know they can be risky but I have none of the conditions exacerbated by doing. So while there are no studies for short-term water fast. I'm thinking of going five days other than home waiting more than normal and adding electrolytes what other things can I do to make the process easier, you know, I've done five days several times that eight days time or two. And what I do is I had a vitamin C. I think our multi-element buffered C would be a good one. I had a fiber and that's really about it. You know, you want to sometimes take Bentonite, you know to pick up some of the toxins and then you want to do either coffee enemas or colonics and you will be absolutely horrified at the stuff that comes out of your body if you log Because your body's not using its energy to detoxifier to to Really digest your food. It's using its energy to detoxify now again, you need to do that under the watchful eye of your doctor, not me cuz I'm not right there. But I've done him several times and got great grand and glorious results from it seems like you would need minerals off. Yeah, that's actually a good idea also, but you know, that's right. I did do minerals. There you go. See my brain just kicked right in cuz take a lot of hearing loss and tinnitus off. Yeah detoxification, though is is a good thing you do it in many ways. And you know, if you're on my program I have you detoxifying whether you know it or not. Yeah, we just like for you to slowly so that it doesn't create Havoc with your system. Cuz a lot of times people think they need to detoxify and they're actually hurting their self more. So we kind of do a a cross between building a log Detoxing but that's based on the low-cost lab work. Correct? Yeah, we do it we do it safely and I've told people be careful what you read on the internet cuz we saw one lady killer husband detoxifying I said, you don't need a long time. You need to build him. He's a week old man. We need to build him up. She so now I read this on the internet and she killed him and he's the sweetest guy on the face of the Earth, but she got it off the internet. So just because it's on the internet doesn't mean it's true. And that's another thing. I wanted to bring up, you know, we talked about brain health and he and you were talking about detoxing. If you are not familiar with what we do. We run low cost slash across the United States usually very close to you throughout all the states except Texas. We use Quest Diagnostics and in Texas, we use LabCorp off because dr. Lewis is licensed here and in Oklahoma. So basically when you're talking about brain health, there can be some underlying factors as well that we see on lab that people Think is our brain and there may be some other things that's causing them to have fuzzy thinking correct. I'm going on the lab. Yeah, you want you want to check hormones and you want to check this and check that and I explained that when I go through the the consultation. I just talked to a wonderful man up close to Chicago Eddie. He said his wife got her lab drawn this morning. He's going to do his probably tomorrow. We have so many people that are just found supplements from us because they know for a fact or through their Discerning spirit that we're doing the best supplements that you can possibly get. And also we try to get the lowest price also off and then we have people like Kara that send us emails that just aren't just absolutely very encouraging. We're we're so blooming blessed and then people with a positive attitude. I talked to a lady down in Florida yesterday and she's my age which you're still young and good-looking but she said oh this is better. This is better. This is better. This is better a slumlord. You've only been on it off. Four weeks. Well, she said that's what I wanted. So I'm looking for an expecting it folks if you look for what's wrong, you find it if you look for what's right, you find that well on the lab when you see you when you're looking for things that might cause brain issues or or having trouble remembering things isn't you're talking about hormones. Is that like thyroid? Yeah, we do five parts of the thyroid always think that men or women should do the appropriate, you know women it's estradiol progesterone testosterone and DHEA. DHEA is a huge huge building hormone. I'm a big fan of it. I take it every day liver enzymes being elevated will cause you to have fuzzy thinking. Yeah with a lot of anger to go with it. Usually yeah. We're getting ready to start carrying glutathione as well for some of that. We're in the process of getting that made right now that actually helps with alcoholic and non-alcoholic fatty liver. So keep your eyes off. For that. Yeah, and we're we're getting a new deliver detox that actually is going to be stronger in many many of the good substances and cost less. We we also check, you know, we always do the best. We're not going to compromise on quality, but we always you know shop for Price also. Yeah, and I know you didn't miss mention fish oil for brain health. I know that's a huge one is because of all this covert stuff. The fish will has been coming and going because of raw material issues were getting ready to carry another Choice called Omega balance because the the one off the top of the line the Omega Supreme is having a hard time keeping in stock. So we're carrying one that you have to take one extra pillow, but you don't have to do the liquids cuz some people don't like the liquid so that will be here as well. So we've got some other options, but you always need to make sure you're taking a really good fish oil for brain health and it needs to be high and EPA and DHA because that helps rebuild it down. Journalist, we have come to the end of our show again. I cannot believe that his already full own past. And so I'd like for you to leave the audience with some closing inspirational words off. I don't know how inspirational they are. I hope they are and we hope that we motivate you to share this with other people some people like it cuz I said, well, you're just down home and real something. I don't know how to be unreal the thing about it is we've been blessed with so many people like Eddie up around Chicago that's just consistently doing our stuff and I want to tell you failing is not when you fall down failing is when you stay down the other thing I want you to listen to this one. No, man is ever Rich enough to buy back his past which can mean you're poor health that you created is better to invest in your health and especially during these crazy times in this world. I tell people stay away from negative people may have a problem for every solution and just because God puts them in your life doesn't mean that you need to try to page. If somebody that's not savable Sometimes the best thing you can do is just remove yourself from a relationship. It's really and it's going to be tacky. Please forgive me for this one because I've dealt with several times but people say but then internet well, you know, if you want to learn to eat correctly, they'll see Tara at wildly Primal. She's awesome because it's hard to lose weight when you have an overactive knife and fork and please forgive me for that because Jan and I eat so little and usually it's just an avocado and an apple with almond butter for supper. We don't eat much and maintain a pretty good wage. So does Janet she's then cute little thing, but just know that you're aware know that you're responsible know that you can have Victory because it really really is worth it because you're not here for you. You're here for your spouse. You're here for your kids your grandkids your co-workers your life really really matters. Please remember that and if you have not taken the time to log Justin yourself like dr. 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Completely Useless EP 48: Sangre Films

Completely Useless

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Completely Useless EP 48: Sangre Films

"I think that the invisible man would work right now. I think like the way that they've done it. Previously is always like the invisible man with somebody that was trying to help create. An you know that thing. Then he goes crazy man. Kevin Bacon on the woman was calling. Yeah that was like ten so definitely when you watch that movie. It's like super like early like like Oh Shit. I'm like yeah. I thought it was crazy. It will end with this woman. I haven't he's like a science sneaks into some girls room and hiding her and she because she's like fucking light into their. That's the whole thing. What's scary movies? They have like that. I watched them when I was six now. The best part of the the of Agana every how face leather face Texas one with Jessica. Oh yeah do those support what. She's running all see-through NJ awesome awesome. That's all the only reason why I watch him. I was scared I mean I know I have a love hate relationship like I love. I think they're interesting. I'm just a giant bitch literally won't watch them. I'm watching my is over my hands over my eyes. Oh we're watching. I did the real thing though. There is a reason I do I have eighty and most kid with. Add have heightened hearing sense. And so I know that like things in general that are high pitched noises tend to bother me. I think it's more that plus I'm scared right so calming in both of those things you know. I don't know what we're watching the trailer first horror movie. I feel like you almost walked out. I don't remember what it was like. Oh trailer them and they do scare the shit out of me. That's probably like why like nude fetishes such a thing now 'cause roof on that Racer Watch a horror movie. And then it just some weird thing like you're scared and then all of a sudden titties like this or this guy with the fucking all cut up and shit you know it's like okay. Originally horror especially backing linked fifties and stuff. Is that like everything's fine and you're like in a moment they really can be secure. But then you're not because they're going to get like that. I think just carried on throughout school. We should do the intro. Welcome to another episode of completely useless. Podcast the world on fire killing everyone. Tom. Brady's patriots anymore. Nothing makes sense. But we're here for you old. We're here for he's still great. Brett farve. Nfl. What far has nothing on fucking? Tom Brady Tom. Brady is a lot of people. Most people consider him the best quarterback history. Your beard powder. Maybe I feel very passionate about this stuff. I don't know that much but he is like Tom Brady. He's still he's he's I don't like him. I mean I've never met him personally. I don't think like we hang out. You know. I think he would annoy me. He had like a whole thing where he was like kissing his sons and Chin sump. Kobe Bryant. Nobody could kiss me on the kiss. Fuck it. Every time I go bar kissing his three guys okay during this virus scare not right now. I'm not going anywhere close but we have very special guests with us. I'm very excited to have them here. We Have Ivan. Eaten from Sunday films. Slow and I was very fortunate to work with them Like a month back that we just. We just watched a of a rough cut of it which you think which. I enjoyed the scenes. Especially the opening scenes ways. Pablo's face and stuff it was. Don't I really enjoyed it? It was great the the title the opening exactly what it was so hard to zero really flawed for that. Yeah that was awesome. What the neon colors the neon color like. It was like all right bright pink. Yeah we were dabbling. Con- yeah within the Hammer Photoshop. Because that's Edens handprint and fucking fingerprints. Now he's like Derek Tori all the way here in Prince's as a director Brennan every film. Dude that's that should be a film. Local town make sense missing finger. That's the first film right missing. Finger and song films on fucking green like Damn we just put the logo for your Shit. Fuck Fire Plan. All along Yeah that's why we when we rehearsed the first time to give them as many ideas as he could. He was full by now. We we we did. That was a really good session. Because I've been really good at every. Well it was pretty exciting though. That's for sure. Creative lovemaking knows for sure as an outsider. Granted that's not even the final still going to be like narration. A little bit of it right from the stranger as we call it gonNA release it just online. Yeah I think so. It's probably put it up on Youtube social media stuff and then just kind of try to get people to watch it. It's pretty short and there's nothing. Yeah there's a new service That's coming out of a commodity but it's like their whole thing is like the short her skull show yet name sounds familiar. It's a catchy name. I'll be services like when I saw something British people would say. Let me get a quick a quick. He always quickly. Yeah just blow to I WANNA get it does sound a little sex change in the bathroom and have a quick get to the wedding. That's what we're doing a quick query. The church bathroom right episode twenty-seven the Comic Con Coochie Coochie you is. What was that? I was listening to one of your Coochie copay central. Yes yes sounds like a Spanish. I do you actually grab it. All the way down and flees backup is kind of cool is interesting. Just pretty cool episodes episodes entertaining telling on. Thank you for listening with. No one tells us that kind of stuff so good not real friends. Talk to myself into a microphone. Put those out just like his diary around it again. How are your giant globs? That's so this is your guys. I like the project film projects our first project Yeah we will Ivan and I are the band which we also wanted plug too. Yeah he's the basis so heavy metal band kind of like thrash death metal punk style And we play music for a really long time together since like Dope Konkan novel seniors. Teenagers Man Lock Time. So we're both into film and he's getting into videography. Free wants to get into acting kind of it was kind of fate because he He brought it up to me like let's work on some projects you know you write them and we'll shoot them and I had just been heavily thinking about returning to writing scripts because I had done that. And out of Sadness that all the projects I tried that failed I kind of stopped doing it. And so when he brought it up to meals like Oh shit you don't just thinking about getting into that but yes so kind of pushed me to start doing. We already already wrote another script that we're already starting to work on. So we're just GONNA continue working on projects funny. Yeah that's dope smart. Yeah continuing to work doing more shit. There's a lot more independent stuff going on out there. You just don't know if you guys are fans and maybe not and I totally get if you're not because it's kind of trashy show but that show riverdale. That people are into now at patient of Archie Archie Commons. Look it's a cool concept a little far it's like it's on like main network. Tv or something like that. I would definitely watch Jesse. What the dog you know better channels. It's on the CW on Channel Five. I'm not a bad like I. I I've been wanting to the beginning and even the executive producer not show did a show on Netflix. The Sabrina the teenage which the wrong and even mention each other haven't had crossover episodes waiting for but they've done. If you even have like a Nancy drew show reviving these older stories and until like more dramatic and my point is that there's a this I forget what they're called but there's a group on Youtube and they did a I think it's a movie called Mystery Inc. Which is the name of the company that Scooby Doo like? Their group was called. Oh they did like a version of that and that that was independently financed through. I think they did like a indigo or indigo or go out and they financed the whole thing themselves and I thought that was really fucking cool. That they were and they're putting out a lot of content. I followed there page. They're putting out. Qna as and like they cover the old song from the movie and they did a lot of really cool shit. So it's cool to see like you guys out there doing independent Shit and getting out there. I think you guys need to go hard at this shit. What he's trying to allow. We are trying to right. And the personal working with the next film She's a very talented actor and she's done stage plays and short films eason. She's got a meaty role like I kind of wrote it for her. Oh God it's kind of like you know. I gave her some scenes to chop up. You know what do they call it? The scenery right in a way to kind of give you some some something heavy to work with you. Guys are gonNA Focus. No it's not really horror non-exclusive at all I think it's just the supernatural aspect that I really about holding the right script. Bigfoot and blue in here. I'm really going to Rice. Overbooked foot of course and frank complete leaving for the whole trip. The whole thing is awesome up heavily to butcher fucking things about different Way Crypt. It's IT cruises. Oh well yeah. I won't Crypto so I think even mentioned explain the ceiling probably study is kind of dumped me. Sometimes it's like. How can you claim to be an expert of copper longer? This big claim to be an expert. A real people call themselves doctors. You just you just make like I'm not saying you're not real but if you can prove it on you can have a whole science. Oh well that's what. It is. Apparently biology both for those by. I WANNA get like a ghost hunter in here because I don't believe that goes not zero people. Are they make up stories and like I went to a psychic show? Recently I was invited by a family member that really knew the psychic and even introducing. She's really nice and I don't believe that she's putting people on. I don't think she's trying to get their money or anything. But I'm sitting here just wanting to pay money to go to that show. Yeah they pay money. She's trying to you. Know what that means doing it for free by you know free but like I don't know I'm trying to. I'm trying to be nice because I don't I just say she's a hacker trying to fuck and say right so but no everybody in the room was solely forward about like. Did somebody know anyone that killed them? So don't go Jack Jack is are there is going to be someone in the room getting out like the People. I goes east so they won a he doesn't. They almost need into the one girl that was in the audience. She's like last time I saw you. You told me I had powers what do I do about like. She paid so she can ask a question about something. This lady made is boring. Dude I saw this. I WANNA get like a ghost hunting. I WanNa get like science. I WanNa understand the tools that you and I have seen a like a thorough explanation and then take me ghost hunting second previous. I'm not going to use. Frank is such a scaredy cat that just being there you gotta excuse if they take you like an abandoned building at three in the morning. You'RE GONNA be scared for more scared of being by myself in there so I was going to level once you once you're there and then little noise is going to be like. Oh maybe I was a ghost. His eyes and a mouth is going to run by my feet. And I'm going to scream your fucking girl tell you a little girl died actually just to trip people off of what it was like. They have like that. That machine that sends a bunch of radio frequencies out and like supposedly the ghosts can exist or their voices can right. Right Pretty Tame. I'm like how do you know that wasn't something just a signal from something else are like I don't know I don't watch those shows into that stuff but just to play devil's advocate here like as in indicas they actually hear words and Shit like that. Yeah so it sounds something like why would it sound like the same meatball or whatever I think it sounds like something like Oh die choking exactly because it's TV dude? They can do anything fucking one. Oh for sure. Yeah so I think that if I'm not getting naked men where it's like Yo- demon. It's me your boy. Actually so that would be done this one guy and there's another one with the cat which I prefer. That's just really funny. Little sunglasses cool. Have you got places in Pamona? I Dunno been trying to look like I've heard of the cemetery. Spots edens buildings probably haunted. I don't know the soul of the oldest book and building. Well I don't know about someone I know Pasadena used to have like a plantation there on the west coast. It was pretty much so rich outdo everyone that's been living there for a long time. They're racist Shit Racist Tunnel. Mexicans fucking gangs Super Pomona. I don't know the kind of weird because it goes to. That's why I feel like my apartment. Building is directly on a quarter where it splits off into a really nice historic district and I can look out my window and get stater brothers and see the shit by doing stuff in the corner. Yeah even that hotel. They renovated where they all this prostitute. Everywhere the deadly parking he was gonNA pick up driving driving and just somebody off and I wanted to stay there where I draw a little bit and it was. Oh there's a spot that just opened up and I go there and then like hookers walking towards panicked. What do you do look time? Frank is doing exactly you know. Somebody comes into your store holding their phone. You assume they're verisign aisin or you're already dead. Well frank worst damage. They're gonNA fire thirty going to fire. You told me that like six times but whatever if they come in with their phone you don't think they're going to need help with their phone there for foreign business a guy that looks like you park right next to her. What is this your first of all the people that come in my store have porn on the phone and they're really the okay forgot it closer driving their phones. It's funny 'cause generally colder women will always come in. They're really concerned about their photos. Right like they make it to a point. I need you to fix this because my photos. And that's how I know the right right because they make too much of a big thing like Oh this is going to be good. And that opened their phone and trying to fix it now. There are trying to send a an and the phone like flipped out. Because they're trying to too many things at once if you go to resolve his personal computer. That's a huge vile say. Say That's a that's a huge lawsuit joking. I'm joking Shit Joe. Nobody cares. Nobody care we don't care we don't care. What do you think you so hot that he wants to keep your photos? They do they get really simple question. Okay I have a prostitute story to dude. I had a friend who had hit me up. Who had hit me up and and It was for like Some really awesome yoga and Santa Ana. No no that's dope but I was waiting for it to start because it started like eight so I was like all right like I got there. Early is my first time and I was like I'm just GonNa go to the market and get like drink with Chia seeds in it and just kind of look around and see what Santa Anna's all about so I was just going to give I come out dude. I'm walking around the store. I go to the restroom like in the back because you know how grocery stores make you going like the warehouse area and sometimes and then I pay for my shit. I'm just like spot in looking around at the clientele to kind of get a vibe for like the overall environment people live there and the type of people that live in that area and I go out and I'm just like minding my own business walking back to the car and Fucking Honda. Civic duties like beeping at me and. I'm just like Oh my God I look back in a nominally and then it some lady like mucking over and I'm like oh I must have fucking drop something or like whatever like I was like. Sir I guess it really is a friendly place to your hit. Yosso like I'm just like confused. The curious at the same time so I'm like walking over and I see it's one of the ladies from the store and she's wearing tight dressing you can tell she had like surgery right like asks implants and probably but she was probably like in her forties fifties like hitting that age and she's like. Hey what T- name and I was like. Oh it's like what's what's up and she's like. Oh like I saw you looking at me in there and I was like. Oh Shit oh I was just glancing around but als like yeah sure like what's up and she's like Oh like you like what you see and I was like fuck and I was like I dunno here like take my number. I thought it was gonna be an interesting thing so then I get her number shooter like three or four tax. I'll look through it and see if I can find it at some point. Delete my shit. But she's like yeah. My Name's this this and this and I was like. Oh yeah like she was like. What was your favorite things? I'm just Kinda like egging her on like you know like that was pretty cool like I saw this like the body and then she's like Oh cool like we should hang out and and she's like but I charge house. I was like I'm like half you're age Ni- just I was like I was like I. Guess Hannemann's Shitty fucking things here. She's all just didn't you really should look at me way better than you. Just a random encounter. I was like this never happens. While Shit would be flattered. I would if somebody came up to you. Always gender is coming any time someone tells me. They're like tracking my fucking thank. You awesome attractive if somebody somebody thought you were prostitutes. Also it'd be like Aw. Hey how much to touch it or whatever. Yeah the whole milk products work. I don't think chicks card going around telling saying that dude on the prize. What if you lean over like fifty bucks if bucks? You're not going to let it touch. How much do you think male escorts charged? You know depending on the area of demand for older women I would assume older women. La Beverly Hills prostitutes minutes okay. You're getting a discount. All you're right. There is a total. You're so that's interesting. I don't know we should find out what we should be obsolete respect. I mean I'M GONNA lose my job outdo tuft and how much sugar old ladies I'll Fuck Spike. Like LADIES. Like in their sixties a fucking. Oh lady for the right price must be a money. Grab debt just pay. That should often like six months. Get Out of the game you know. Would you like CONOR MCGREGOR? That old? If she was like all right look in. I just fuck me now. Yeah I don't have an H. limit or no dude. It's just like you gotta look at it as like. It's just a different thing. It's not better or worse said different today and there's good and bad to both thanks to everything you know. Yeah it's a job dude. I'd say a very open person in America in ever. I don't know I I'm into the fucking talking to ask if you're so you're not living like this young girl mind like. I don't think I would mind having second somebody like forty five fifty forty five still call it but after that. I don't know I don't think I would be down. You might be. You're GONNA shoes attractive. That's the thing that's the thing that attracted if she's attractive already defining her as attractive then. I don't do cultures out. Why WOULD I ask? What if you're not a sixty five year old homes for Thanksgiving? That's she's older review. I don't fuck people that are seventy that'd be think that'd be a mind. Fuck on your because she has. She has through birth certificates from different years. Which ones they like. Super Far one is like ten years like five or six years. Wow Oh Jeez. And then she immigrated over here and so you got good a lemon like county things. I think she thinks I don't even know but it had to be at least sixty five and the very least at the very least the youngest birth certificate. It was sixty five. Yeah so she could be seventy. Momma's local no. I don't I don't mean ooh respectful. What you're talking. No Dad's fucking insane crazy. Your Dad looks like a nice guy. He does but he do. When I was in high school they wouldn't talk to like try to talk to my dad to white now. Yeah that's true. Hey it's all white now but when I was a high school here was like salt and pepper and yeah girl crazy but like any no none of my guy friends will talk to unless they were heading like already met him a few times. Got over going. We're talking about prostitutes while your dad fucking weird contrast. How did we end up process that his dad is the guy that puts the fluoride in the water control? Your mind works for the water district joked that I'm sorry but it was a joke for the conspiracy theories listener listeners. And you question. My entire life think about it because bigfoot surreal was uh oh jeez purchase. What we're talking about right now. Right guys for real or not bigfoot for sure real sure yeah. Oh Shikha Okay. Yeah. I think there's a possibility that it is an ATF. It is it's not totally flesh and blood. It's Inter dimensional. Whoever pitcher dimensional. What the fuck is the native say about? It is that they don't consider it an eight. It's human to them. It's different species That they consider them intelligent. They have respect to have their own culture and their own traditions and stuff like that. And there's like weird stories where they've made it with females and stuff like that shit's a crazy little crypto world when you get in there because then there's just like you can never really be sure that's not me. I'M NOT GONNA go fucking interview that person but I'm not GonNa try to find people that do go interview. I think it's interesting like maybe once we find out if we're we're the best places to go squashing and wants to go out there for like a whole week. Yeah Dude if you had if you had to scratch the cool shade animals. It's going to be a cool experience. So if I get good footage of a modern line maybe the answer your final. Maybe murder. Everyone the group. I don't know I think it'd be really funny. If you like. Come out of the woods like you'd be gone for like six months guys. I finally got him right here. And you Dick. I don't think so. I think we could do better dimensional. I thought this was going to be funnier sometimes. Just addictive life gets old. I appreciate it. Yeah we did poison him. Today we drove so hard on. These tells you guys if you guys haven't heard episode twenty-seven of this podcast useless You got to listen to the useless Completely he said this product castle. The completely. I'm a Dick Aqaba. I don't remember what you're used to advance calder. Take care I understand that. You need to have like a banner. Something completely useless one drink and I'm like no but you're talking about the gastritis and that kind of just brought more shit together for me from that night. 'cause PABLO got sick. I was like I guess. Practice fucked up. La Conference because he was saying. Oh Yeah you didn't wasn't stomach. Acid base crazy wasn't then with the story. Okay question I know I I was assigned. Push side quest. We'll tell you the story. Pablo was saying he was drop in that whole like other gastritis thing. We couldn't find parking and then he had an you had an eight. I guess when you go I didn't know this is a learning lesson for meals luck and science but apparently educational apparently the fact that he didn't need for so long. And then a a bunch of junky food and the rise right around Greece rice. We're in Cook Right. There were Super Greasy. Yeah and then. You're just sick. So how long were you sick like eighty entire day? Whoa I so we got there late to though we at the whole day was kind of like one time that was La comecon others but like the thing that this is. The other ones were so much smaller this year. But I'm pretty sure that's not gonNA be shit like father like the rest of the year even like when they open movie theaters and Shit against the big not for the rest of the year. At least even paranoia you gotta think like people are going to be weary and you might not get your money's worth throwing events but yeah I get it. I get it if they don't throw that whole day was just a lot of bullshit. On top of that Pablo randomly. It was like random guy news all that to stop for food and you want to at one point he say oh probably violent what. I had never gotten that bad. Yeah so I didn't know now that I've gone through that now. We knew that he had some food right now. Now again like literally drop me off for here. I'm not going committee which was the main day. He didn't get to be there on seeing all the I got to walk around a little bit. You said you missed the Zombie land. Yeah sorry Oh what's her last name Dawson? They were not that far from me. And I'm like Oh shit. That sucks up publicity. Sorry probably you fucked up. I was bummed out about that. I try not to like you know like yeah but I was the only thing that really saved it was that I had 'cause play does not Lebron. That's over like literally every five minutes. People were like my kids like like you really like a fucking ever. You remember the size on day. One he set. I don't remember what I told them but it was pretty much all right. Don't shut down right. I don't give me that fucking tone celebrity and you had the mass start. You people got up about the mask the mask those guys came up over. Those guy came up and he took a picture with you and he's like gap they post and he's like you have the mask and he's like yeah. Put It on the Dick. Aided weird because people stupid faces face there. She was there with her boyfriend and she's like Nachos like my favorite as we're taking the picture she's like. Hey can I didn't pull it and I was like all these here. Aren't they liked that time? Push it really hard. I really hard that day. Whole Shit Keep. Bucky BRINGS OUT THE MASS. Gives you like that type of Shit? Some people like that but it was crazy like but then politics also to but we're seeing those pictures walking great if you haven't had video fucking awesome and related video. That's how spending the next ten minutes at home. Do Touch himself to me. I think for surreal all right guys. So if you're having fun guys can't talk today this is. This is your first time listening Me and Pablo can barely four this podcast. So we try to make it work with no sponsors and We tried to scratch every week. So we've been playing this game called set for life. Basically if you win you win up to four thousand dollars coin so the next twenty five. I'm fucking excited. Thank you guys. Place Correct Kris parents mind for Christmas. I love it right like like a family activity. Well no we don't like sit there and scratch. That's what I thought like. You guys made night cook something good. We'll have dinner as a family. He graduated each get each get scratcher from each price dollar scratches in the US. Move up to the two dollars scratchers. Five dollars scratchers. Right you really. That's at the end. Espn thirty dollars. Scratcher each of you guys has won the climax awesome. So how would you shut up Ivan? Something what would you do with this money? If you got four thousand dollars a week a week a month for twenty five years would probably be like thousand dollars usually like four thousand dollars. This is Texas. It'd be like to it'd be like twenty five hundred twenty. Three twenty four would be covered pretty much. Just just being able. Yeah just pay my rent every month. That's just that's already a big help you know. It is a huge help. Liberate Yourself Dude Man. They just have worse. Have heavy scratching all right. Let's see anything It's one five two dollars three dollars. We've got a five dollar one once we did one time. We change scratcher sometime. I just gotTA match one. Or How's that we got any match one? Whatever the price below it is just one. Yeah did my must be my lucky day. Probably get anything dude. I don't WanNa you just gotTa much want. Yeah Antica one fifty bucks. Let me say this just much one to eleven. So right there. Yeah match any of your numbers to any of the three winning number. You might win more sometimes. You just want fifty bucks though with that for the next week fuck you pay the podcast. Got a bunch of sessions right here dude? Got Three dollars. Fuck fifty dollars. Why are we not more excited? I just want fifty bucks. I think that's pretty awesome booking one here because I asked him. How much energy bro? Come just for the scratcher. We got our professional scratcher. Who could just wait right? I T's with his three grand here right. They like make you feel. You're going to get it scratch. Tease US for To listen to music yes have spotify. Three dollars spotify spotify. Yeah okay so we're GONNA do. We're doing a new thing. Yeah the spotify play. This would everyone with suggestions from our guest. I'm so I'm really high what's happening with you. Know what I'm talking about right. Aluminium Pablo. I'm sure most of our guest music as well so we want to put together a playlist. I kind of go hand podcast. So cool you guys can find it on spotify under completely useless But we didn't add some songs not just from us from our recommendations but from you guys do so what can name if you will add to list all right do but okay. So you gotTA show on your. He wants us to see like what's your most I think. Sometimes that's what we're going to go. It's impressive that's what I was hoping our. I'm like oh I should also do. Wrecking ball is good. I like no no actually. I fell into the ramones like a day ago and I was just bump. Just show me of spotify selecting a home. I'm interested to 'cause I haven't even take a peek so ramones the last podcast on the left. I could lose his nine. Your top podcast Bush. It is in the recently played. Oh really what I wanted to see if this is really what I wanted to see if our guests joking into at least for research related to like see what are our podcast works so you pass the test test passed those okay. Cool fuck you. I don't know what this is but you've got some triborough here here. Triumphant quests talking about this jump back in so one point you were really into them. Accurate troops cramps. Who Okay. I have the bad music for bad people album original pressing against bill Burr. Here bird bones those in harmony with half of them in Vegas. I was like busy bone on by me not by my house. They live in the same area. And so we used to. He used to come down randomly containment or which one it was. But you come down to like old. Come out like hang out with them. You're gonNA shows your fucking wild if you don't have you from life. I like your pocket right now. Are you trying to hide your phone from us? Know just to see what you listen to my phone. I can tell you what I've been listening to heavily record on it's kroll mannix synth pop email. Good Yeah I like it. Yeah Yeah that's what I've been listening to that. I'll repeat like pretty heavily. Okay I've like I've been listening to follow this whole week. Fuck Yeah it's that thing Like two years ago somebody told me to listen to Loaner ISM and fucking hated it. I hated it. I thought it was just looked like they took an old beatles album and they made it a little weird you know like the sound awaits out. It was just like what if like like revolver like something like that from the Beatles. What made it today. That's what it seems like. He was trying to do shit know to me so I fucking hated it. You know but then like two days Last week I was on my friend's house smoking weed and then we got. We got really high on video. Came out and it was awesome. Fucking love to be out in. The song was good so I got into their newer shit. It's a fucking. The last album is the slow rush. Shits Mason They were they actually perform right before. Everything stopped where he performed the tour. We are just. Yeah yeah it's crazy. Everything stopped on off. Yeah I mean like everything I had tried to for the summer gone. It's been weird for people with the fucking stony China. I and I played like I don't really get time to leak. Said don't play video games like I used to play for hours and then I was playing right Denver. Dench into last night's game. Fuck it and I was like. I'll fucking platelet here as two and two hours in fucking do something like yeah. It was weird. Did you ever play a gun? No but a lot of people believe that. Yeah definitely a lot of games that I just kinda passed over. I don't know you throw up. But what was the last major title that you ended up just playing your your video game too much much too you win. Both of those prices probably got two of the same numbers high or nine. Thirty one in eleven right. You have right like you went and got thirty one. That's another fifty this show. Does it scratch. Okay this is my own is. That's crazy. Yeah that's crazy Dr the energy in this room right now. That'd be worn down. Believe you'll get some Tacos talk with that right. Faulk fucking one hundred dollars. Oh Shit I one is five dollars. Actually Bush overall six hundred dollars. Five hundred ninety nine. That's the most you could get one. It'd be like Oh no no. You'll you'll get one like. I'm not in that fucking change in Pomona on my house where it's nice you know. Where's the PUCK UPLAND MONTCLAIR? Oh this seven hundred I understand. What a good seven eleven. So there's a lot of characters there's a Lotta interesting people and I do like looking at them but not living just like you know but I'm also glad I don't live. Sister brought her boyfriend at the House the other day and we were driving by seven eleven there was like a homeless person standing outside of it and he was like you guys have homeless people. That's how much my God temecula doesn't lease the. Actually the police will pick them up and then take them to the next to drop San Diego. Just throw them all in Hemmitt. Yeah pretty much. That was hammered. Elliott buses amounts us to Pomona temecula. They and then they take them. Hemmitt Goddamn do so. They end up in San Diego by the Fordham. Bumster crazy caliber and a hundred bucks. I know it's fucking crazy talking. That is obviously really good thing that you did because with everything that's happening. Yeah I felt really shitty weird weird just the whole the whole. It just feels heavy. 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Creannotators #1: Ice Cream Man Deep Dive with writer W. Maxwell Prince

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Creannotators #1: Ice Cream Man Deep Dive with writer W. Maxwell Prince

"Thank you. I'm joined today by Will Maxwell Prince W Maxwell Prince as you may know him the writer of Ice Cream Man. One of my favorite comics of the last couple of years on the best of twenty twenty so far podcast that we recently recorded. I called ice cream on my favorite ongoing comic book. So I'm extremely excited to have you here today. Will and to talk to you about this series in-depth let me kick off. Yeah Yeah Lemme kick off with question. What inspired ice cream as a work kind of? How did you arrive at this project? Sure well before cream man. I've read this graphic Novella On image called one week in the library And that was Seven chapters of these short stories. That didn't have any set. Sort of page count And I won't bore you or anyone else of what we can are was about but I did that project after Doing a fair amount of of what you would call serial comics storytelling. You know gone from issue to issue China. Tell one story across five issues six issues. Whatever and I found after doing that. That project short stories that I I figured my I realized that my strengths as a storyteller any of that and storyteller I think probably spend a lifetime trying to figure out what it is. They're really good at A. My personal strengths were in telling compressed short stories And so I knew after the library project that I wanted to do Basically a book of one shots. Yeah where each you know. Each story had done characters. And its own sort of folk in it and oh it got it and got out really quickly While still being you know kind of leaving an impression on the reader even those kind of ephemeral nature So I had all these story ideas no real justification for putting them together in the same And then I'm pretty big fan of the. Hbo Show High Maintenance of ever seen it. Now it is. It started actually a web series that HBO both riots and there have been. I think four seasons so far and there. It's basically these episodes half hour episodes of short stories of these little zoo. Men's on the lives of people that live in New York And the The thing that connects all of that is that they all buy weed from the same dealer named The guy that's his name in the show and so the guy kind of leaves in and out of all these stories sometimes. He plays a part in these little short story. Sometimes you just kinda deliver some weed and gets out of the door and you're just watching you know these these people's lives Kind of unfold Sad thought that that structure was really appealing So I figured you know I thought who who could be my we dealer Right with all of these weird stories that I have and you know after kind of a lot of sinking and drifting off I landed on this character of the ice cream man. And once you kind of decide on these things and other parts of your stories kind of start to transform into shape so for whatever reason I don't know how I kinda landed on the ice cream man this guy that would kind of connect everything and from there all of these little stories that I have been working on started to take on kind of different meaning and I found ways to make them fit together. around this concept of the ice cream man. That's awesome. Yeah I was GONNA to ask because ice cream and is nearly one hundred percent self contained. How how you stumbled upon that approach which I think you definitely just answered quite quite thoroughly. I was GONNA ask about influences. Well it's interesting that it would be outside of comics. I think is so often the case you know other media that is kind of influencing the direction there. I did want to ask. You just said you don't know why but I am curious if maybe there's a little more to it in terms of why in ice cream man one one thing that sort of sticks out to me as the series has progressed is in ice cream and there's sort of a a fifties ideal American wholesomeness to that to that character to that you know dressed in all white giving ice cream to the kids and obviously the the version of the ice cream man that we know in this series is horrific and sort of manifest in all the bad things that are happening are at least tangentially tied to this individual Is there is there something to like that visual of an ice cream to you that sort of spoke to like it? I Dunno twisting the the wholesomeness that image or was it just kind of a convenient narrative device you know it's An ice cream man. especially you know after the fashion of these guys from the fifties and Kind of Soda pop shop Guys out what they were called Soda Jerks these guys. Where the white hats and slim your your milkshake across the counter Yeah there's a kind of Akin to clowns there's this nostalgia and this Kind of childlike wonder that we hold for these ideas. You know you you love on. The ice cream man comes around When you hear the the truck music At least as a kid most of us were if someone had a birthday clown yeah. I don't think most kids ended up being too scared of clowns. Got Pretty excited. Or if you like Jerky little middle schooler. He made fun of the class But Yeah answer these these figures in my head in my life. I'm kind of hold this dual status where there's all of this nostalgia and and and love really especially when you were a child for these figures as you started to become adults Especially if you have your own kids you start to think of the proposition of some of these. Some of these characters And they've become a little strange. You know you're You teach your kids to never accept food from someone that they don't know right And he had yesterday if the extra man like offered your kids like a Free Cohen. Something like Oh sure And so we put a lot of trust in these guys. Even though you know they're they can be a little strange. So you know there's nothing in particular necessarily that attracted me to and ice cream and that that Figure Sort of emerged through lots of daydreaming. And thinking of you know who who would be driving around this suburban town kind of in touch with everybody but Yeah but in the back of my mind there these. He's couple of of occupations That as you become older starts to creep you out a little bit and take on a different meaning than they had. When you'RE A kid. Sure sure no that totally makes sense. So you're getting back a little bit to the sort of the open ended structure of the book. I would say this is the most exciting aspect to me or it's definitely become that kind of the what what. Approach what structural craft changes each new issue going to take. It's a genuine thrill I think month in month out and really works in in a monthly storytelling medium. Yeah absolutely I think in the span of last five issues you know. We've seen everything from like Pailin. Jerome cocked crossword puzzle comic to a satire Slash send-up of Morrison quite lease all star Superman How do you determine which elements of craft in which structure to take on an issue by issue basis? What does that process like? It is not as exact northland as one might think it you know. I have what I often call storytelling. Add Which is kind of another reason. Why this format works for me I get really bored. Kind of trudging through plot and staying in the same genre over neighbor again And so I found that Especially a where. Structural Puzzles are concerned that that presenting myself as a writer with a structural challenge kind of forced his brings out certain qualities in writing and pushes me. Pass Certain Habits of Procrastination and of Laziness Basically just gets me excited about trying to figure out how to present twenty four pages of comic in a novel way And it becomes kind of addictive right like you you We put out early on Like silence issue Issue six of Ice Cream and that was told it was merely silent but it was told across three different tiers. It was kind of three different. What if version of this one guy life And they were all colored to match the flavors of Neapolitan ice cream Tommy what the word triptych means and You know it's kind of our sliding doors of Connex and You know people really responded to that and the kind of structural play as NGO. So you know what? What else can I do I'm a big A big I I've studied and have always been fond of language so Linguistic puzzles are especially appealing to me so in Pailin issue once it kind of occurs. Light well once. The question was posed in my own head. Is it possible to write story? That can be the same backwards and forwards which I think you know the the the first blush answer would be no You start to say well if if I were to try to do that. How in the heck would I do it as you know I wrote? I think a page that where THE TAX Just kind of taking notes on the notes I phone where the texts worked but forwards and backwards and I was like. Oh I could just kind of treat. I could solve this problem page by page and all I have to do is You know figure out I basically just have to figure out how to go one way and as long as each page can be read Napster Direction. It's you know. It's it's it's even though. The final product is a two way piece of Art The problem solving only occurs in one direction. That's all to say that You know little challenges like that Propel by my writing forward and gives me the energy and the interest to work through an issue and and keep You know Keeping Project at the top of my mind And also satisfies that that storytelling. Add than I mentioned because it's Every time you go back to the drawing board. It's something completely new and completely. Yeah Yeah I would say is definitely resonating. It's it's become a like I was saying a recurring thing that I look forward to Especially in that. Yeah Yeah of course as we're at that time where comic are coming back? Essentially it's you know. I think ice cream will continue to be one of the ones most for two months in a month out One of the issues. That really got my attention. Recently was issue seventeen. I'm a huge superhero comics. Fan Of what I talked about right about and discuss over on Compo Carol and honestly we probably could have spent this whole time just talking about all the all star Superman connections because it's obviously that's got iconic status in in Superhero comics landscapes actually went back and reread it before. We talk just to just to refresh my mind Exactly what happens in make some of those connections to the issue that you wrote? I guess I did want to ask. Let's let's start here. Why why all star Superman as the you know because I commend has not touched a superhero language Superheroes is a visual medium. You know it is very much outside that yet seventeen. It goes to a reality where you know. The ice cream man is world superman and it's clearly Begins with that. You know that four panel structure but from the perspective where it's now you know. It's all star Lois in this world. Y. Y that comic of all the Superhero media that you could have started with the shirt so I mean I guess it would be useful to say I. I don't read a ton of Superhero Comics. That haven't been written by Grant Morrison When I was younger I would go to the shop every week. And whoever was writing I I didn't really have necessarily an an affinity for any particular right or when I was sixteen seventeen. Eighteen even college Oh no things certain. Change College but I would you know if no matter who wrote a grant Morrison. Geoff Johns Tha Mossy Paul Levitz Then like lower to your guys. Judd winnick Christmas off these people and it didn't really matter to me I was just. I love the characters and I would mama this character stories but then as I got an appreciation for as I as my appreciation for good writing and good structure eight them especially in Superhero Comics That started to grow I I quickly came to the conclusion that you know. Sort of. No one does it. Like Grant Morrison Since since about the time that I've been a college and that's we're talking about Seventeen years since then I'm I'm not sure that math checks out. I'm thirty five so whatever the math whatever three five minutes nineteen is Thereabouts who works? Sixteen years I I just let a yeah. I've I've gone back and I've read all of grant Morrison's seeker work his whole Corpus there Than of course all of is like independent where it is ready to go work. And that's all star Superman. I think rightly is considered by people to be best. Superman story ever told But what's really great about Ulcer All Star? Superman is that Which I don't think it's talked about enough. Is that there. One shots there is. There is indeed a through line But it comes and goes but for the most part. It's really you know each issue Can stand alone as its own. Thing is its own little superman story And so when I kind of made the decision to and I reread. I should say Ultra Superman probably twice. You know. I'll I'll tell I'll take a weekends. Maybe in the winter than again in the summer and just burnt through it Just because it's it's lovely to revisit these things that have moved you and inspired you I once decided to do an ice cream and superhero story. I thought well what else is there. That's you know kind of a one shot and follow g style superhero book And I started to kind of think of my favorite twelve issue. Superhero book is sort of its own little anthology of one shots So then it was a matter of you know which I I knew. I wanted to pay homage to one of the issues And then through a reread. It occurred to me that issue to was structured is kind of harse story. Lois is high on space. Drugs entrapped trapped in the focus of solitude and she is convinced that Superman has gone crazy. And it's GonNa Sector and a perform weird surgeries on her. Maybe impregnate her all this horrible And so when I realized that it was in fact You know a a horror story. All these weird things during the fall in place into my head The cover for the book Obviously he would be holding ice. Cream truck We paid homage Pastiche to Action Comics. Number One You know the shot of Superman holding the car over his head. Yeah it's that that obviously obviously suggested on its own that you know the car should be replaced with an ice cream truck and all these kind of things started to fall into place where I realized that it was the perfect issue to To kind of eight but then somewhere along the line I also I think just because my own personal politics My three year old daughter who I'm trying to a constantly teach about constantly remind her of her own self worth than her value to this world I Yeah I thought Lois perhaps needed More attention And so yeah it. Kind of through all of these different strands of thought. All-star Lois kind of Fell into my lap And it would be. It would be like that all star Superman issue where she's looking at superman thinking maybe he's horrific and more whereas in all star superman she turns out to be wrong I thought the Nice Twist our book would be that she turns out to be right. Yeah Yeah I think it's very effective. I definitely when I read the all-star issue recently I had that same thought of this is definitely concerning for lowest but because you know Morrison and quietly are playing in the you know Superman is is the embodiment of hope playground. And they're playing with sort of silver age goofiness to some degree you know and obviously having read it before you know everything's going to turn out okay and that actually she's reacting to these weird superman drugs that he's gotten his fortress solitude whereas in ice cream man it's like yeah that would be really creepy to be taken to an ice palace with the world's strongest man who is increasingly revealing. How how little he may or may not care about lowest his own safety so I think it totally works. Another thing that I liked about that issue is it's one of the first word Donna me. How heavily it was calling back to the history of ice cream and actually A lot of times in text but a lot of times through a Morozov fantastic art which I absolutely or throughout his entire run. But there's a bunch of references to characters concepts ideas throughout ice cream in was that in intentional reflection of like superhero continuity and those elements being a big part of that fiction or. Is that just something that you were moving towards anyway? Mom Mentally you open on the head so the idea that we're going to do if our book is wine where continuity doesn't matter and we're going to go play in the world of superheroes that we have to kind of honor that we have to do the full pastiche and say all right well here's our continuity And the That was issue seventy right. That's right And issued swell of ice cream man Is this what if a feature story where this astronaut After the Earth has died is trying to find a planet suitable to to restart life and he winds up on this weird abandoned moon where the ice cream managed just been hanging out in the future And he eventually not to spoil anything ever when he is asking Somehow gets his hands on the astronaut ship and flies off the planet on so in even though it's never Never explicitly Suggested or or even really into that totally in my head. The idea was that ice cream. Ma'am in the future Was able flew back through time through into a separate dimension where he could set up shop and because he you know has been in all of these issues brought all of his this kind of a personal story with him interesting. Yeah and I. The was Superman's robot. In that is the Bob Devices. That a ice creams I should say That's pulled from that space issue right exactly so okay. He brings the robot with him and those robots again. A lot of this stuff you know. It seems clever and planned. But it's it's through the editing process through sitting and thinking. Well how can I? How can I hit all the notes I WANNA hit? How can I pay respectful? What I like. How can I play with it? Critique it and and Kinda Fun added as well So yeah all sorts of mounds who've been has his robots There's there's Bob as our Superman bought our history bother should say isolation palace so yeah. It's it's one of those things where you just you you start with idea and you follow the threads and you hope that all the pieces fall into play. Sometimes they don't waste time you know if you're if you're lucky and take enough time It all kind of did you. Did you anticipate when you started the series that there would be more recurring threads? I think the example I look at is in the first issue is the introduction of these Cops who seem like they're kind of going to be the the framing device for the story and I think they pop back up in in a couple issues here and there But then as it progressed everything. It became very clear by new. Probably issue four that everything was really going to stand on its own two feet Did you have thoughts to kind of have more of a recurring framework? Is that just sort of as the ball rolling those characters just happen to pop back up a little bit of both really You know at the end of issue for we kind of introduced this foil to the ice cream man and I basically I wasn't like a personally and a super great place while writing Issue for I was pretty sick with like this. Weird gastritis and a salvage. Itis thing where like I was getting proved down the throat constantly because I had all of this like acid. Basically throw that was made me unable to talk Just kept losing. My voice just got fixed like I wasn't feeling really good and I had written. Yeah three issues of comics. That were pretty dark. And I'm I can't be a pretty dark guy but I'm also like a pretty goofy happy guy so I was like I need to. I need to present some sort of light in all of this and so the foil characters and was Kayla for ice cream kind of came into being there as I started to Kind of we've Caleb into more stories somehow Almost he can just imagine the holding a needle like I would like go to leave or go to so and I would like kind of grab something from another issue and it would sort of come along and part of that is also that at least the first eight issues for the most part take place in the same suburb so it would only make sense. That At least in my New Jersey suburb solid saint people tie eating down So yes these people have started to come along for the ride and started to become fun to see how you could make little call backs to previous issues to create a larger continuity for a book that prides itself on not having any continuity right right. It's still fun. How how collaborative is that process of the callback? Is that you scripting out. Call backs or or Martin Adding them in or in. I'm kind of guessing a little bit of both. Yeah winds up being a little bit of both. You know so for issue six silent issue There are There's this one page where I'm main character is sitting on a park bench in three And you see three different versions of him sitting on a park bench and the people behind him in each different version are different that kind of playing in the grass behind him and those people are like I wrote scripts martines please You know to make the people in the top panel be Characterised from issue one to make people in the middle panel characters Issue four than to make characters in the last panel the characters from another issue So there those there. Those kind of concrete directions like that and Nice examples that recently in a shooting nineteen which comes out And is told in the form of a talking about structural still in the form of instruction. Manual step-by-step directions I was going through his INC pages on realize that Jolly oh the the Detective was just in a supermarket idol. in in one of the pages and I kinda called out of my team to I forgot to tell you which which was great because that That issue also has an index of all the things that appear in the pages of the instruction manual so I was able to put an old character into the index of of our book. So yeah so sometimes you know. I'm trying to place characters than other times Martinez just having a bunch of fun. And and him and Chris O'halloran our color You know kind of sprinkle these things as it were Throughout the the backgrounds and the the the kind of Lincoln Annals Nice. That's really cool. I think along those same lines as far as collaboration Un in Martine together previously on the electric sublime and in our together on ice cream. When you when you're sort of pitching him on like Hey. This issue is going to be kind of a crossword puzzle. How much how much do you have to sell it? And how much him like. Just immediately creatively responding to sort of the the wild inventiveness of a new structure. Say It's the you mentioned the alleged sublime it's Kinda good enough be started with that so that that project You know I I knew I wanted to do like an art. History Story And I knew I wanted to again this is me sort of challenging myself to try to push my own storytelling powered and wanted to recreate the interior world. Famous pieces of art. You know so if you were magically able to step inside them at least what would that look like able to step into cubist painting what was that world so I needed a a an artist that could that would basically commit An agreed to You know doing up list Sequence you know in the middle of the bunch of normal pages or doing a You know an abstract expressionist sequence in the middle of the Is and I. I appreciate three different artists And it was a pretty hard sell you know saying. Hey I need you to draw in your style and also could you draw it. Cosco artist I think could you recreate Van? Gogh real quick on a monthly basis so It was a tall order. But Martin like the next day You totally got it. And he was like I can do this. I love the idea so in that book. He really did a lot of that. He he did like a two page Sequence where our main characters inside of Guerin Ika and it looks just like wearing helped out a lot by on that back Matt Lopez was on colors but yeah so. We started off. Kind of tackling impossible challenges. So I think we're you know we as this happens with any sort of creative team Overtime you just kind of start to speak the same language So Martine now. I think almost disappointed at this point if I don't sent him something really difficult to make. Yeah so like issued twenty which we're kind of working on now is a recreation of all these famous children's books like the ones that I read my daughter. Basically with like little twists will not actually pretty big twists on them And you know so Martine is Basically drying in the style of goodnight moon for three pages. Drying in the style Shel Silverstein The giving tree for like Ages and then doing like a Dr seuss thing for six pages so yeah he's I think he's. This is kind of a long way around to the answer but he. He's always now pretty psyched to try something new And I think I I'd like to believe that These challenges have started to work kind of in the same way for him. As they work for me which is that they You know propel you forward and start to bring out things in your art and aircraft that may not be immediately obvious to you So yeah so it's It's been really fun and both Martine and Chris has been Very patients with me And Very Generous with their patients Every time I come up with one of these new silly ideas excellent yeah. I'm super excited for she. Twenty now I have a three year old as well so called all those books. You mentioned are our regulars in the nighttime reading selection. So I'm confident we'll get the reference. Yeah just own. Don't don't read it to your kid. I've had don't share this particular issue. Yeah I was on. Had the tablet up on the counter and I was like no this one's when I was reading ice cream man. I'm like I'll turn this one away so you can't see exactly what's happening here. My Dad were where they loves. Ice Cream man Jeff that was going on but we have so many copies around the house all the time. It's kind of hard at a high them from her sure And says she's like constantly like hoping up to some page of some guy dripping blood or something and she'll be like oh like the funny man. I have to try to get around us now. Yeah yeah well. It's good to have a fan in the house would think that's fun. I was GONNA ask at. Its core the battle between Rick to the ice cream man and caleb that that cowboy and black. It's it's kind of a battle between fragmentation and this recurring philosophy that you've quoted a number of times everything is one thing. Can you talk a little bit about what that means to you? And why it's such an important current phrase. It definitely seems to be the center of what this book is. All about right. Well I thank you for for even recognizing that is that has to do a lot of work. The writer to try to present these ideas have kind of abstract and You know a little a little cerebral or something but But yeah that that is exactly awesome. Yeah I find So this might all sound Pretty Kiki so if I if I go too far off the rails please feel free to stop me and let me know that I've done south but Nor is we're yes so the I mean you know the dark stop in Ice Cream. Man is always you know the That voice in the back of your head. That's telling you the things terrible things aren't gonNA work out You know so USC when we're talking During Pretty much the strangest thing ever happened in any of our lifetimes. And it's kind of really hard right now to turn that voice off and and I find that that perspective which is you know One of PESSIMISM WANNA selfishness a cynicism Comes from a fragmented. Thinking comes from this. Not being centered. a lot is occupied by the kind of Internet age that we live to that we live in everything moves really fast. It's hard to spend any time with one thing or one thought one piece of media And I know my thought process. has become completely destroyed edge over the past Probably six or seven years of constantly being on my phone and reading the news and writing and being a parent and I have a day job. Full Time Job Doing my job and You know trying to say healthy and cook and balance all this information that you got about what is good for you good view. What is the right way to offer it? What isn't the way to offer it all sorts of stuff like that and I find that that the the more cynical side of my brain is fed the more fragmented. My thinking is And that's where you know. Meditation comes in and I think they Goal of meditation is to come to a center is to slow down the thought process and if not turned off completely And so if if I'm not focusing on the way in which All of these various disparate what seemingly disparate parts of my life and my thought process far and facts if I'm focusing on the way in which they are actually all connected They're all part of the same sort of human experience. My personal life experience You know that's the thing that flash across my screen over the course of the day should be carried elsewhere whether it's you kind of share with my daughter or teach my daughter something about the way the world should or shouldn't work If I'm not folks saying on on the things that I'm just miserable so ice cream man versus Kahlo has had has come for me to represent those to silence. Which is the you know. The fast the cynical thinking that is fed by fragmentation by being unable to focus and come to a center and then the kind of transcendental transcended thinking Which comes from you know. Realizing the ways in which people are connected. The ways in which our bodies are connected to the world outside of US The ways in which we are connected to the digital world you know I. It's it's almost a Buddhist thinking really So yeah those two characters have come to represent those two different thought processes processes and. It's a pretty good gauge. The Pentagon the tone of basically the last three pages of ice cream issue You could pretty much exactly gases so where my mind was during that month of writing. I was going to ask you about that because some issues and very hopefully I noted issue fourteen in issue eighteen. Actually two examples. It's so the crossword puzzle than the Memory Comic. A both end surprisingly for the series hopeful. We're both characters sort of. It's almost like they defeat as existential dread am I. Am I reading that right? That those come across some a little differently them a lot of the rest of the issues. Yeah and it's like you know so in fourteen. The you know the husband and wife were able to kind of get out of their own. Interior Worlds The husband's being you know kind of distracted himself rift crossword puzzles. Which is something that are do that. Unfortunately do one or two of them a day and at the white being kind of Getting caught up in suburban pettiness paranoia. And all this stuff Now they are able to escape that at the end of that. And there's this one note where the contractor is that were at their house kind of who had previously the wife had possibly elucidative transforming into demon characters They very quickly for one panel transform back to two demons. And that's You know I hate to admit it but it's really just like a pure telegraph of Psychology. Where I I finished writing and I was feeling good and then maybe you know something bad happened at work or something bad you got to fight at home or something and I like. I change this one path to kind of go against the happy ending. I have a yellow then issue eighteen I was feeling really good And same with issue nineteen which which has a Komo yet. There's a kind of. It's still pretty dark but there was also I think. Sort of button of hopefulness at the end As on there ain't much of that in issue twenty which is being written right now. That's all of this this craziness Say It's like a a direct translation of my personal psychology over the course of like you know the Cheetah three weeks that I write these issues. That's that's really interesting and and makes a lot of sense art. I've two two more questions I want to tackle. And just being cognizant of your time the so right now you are you launched quarantine comics Yom. It came right out after you know. Basically kind of I think Dimon announced they were stopping publications. And you've been releasing digitally throughout the pandemic I believe weekly issues or four-page short stories with with the credit monitoring right smart Morozov and Chris o'halloran on colors on decisions or superfund for pages. At a time I particularly loved the as a Superhero nerd the return of Pinky ring and the the inverted Green Lantern Origin Story. That was excellent and I think to your point about you know the art team jumping on doing a new style. It's visually very much in that sort of silver age Superhero style. So that's that's been super fun. How has the experience for you in a self publishing digitally? It's I as far as I know it's something that you've do you're doing for the first time. I'm kind of curious about the the behind the scenes in if you think it's something you'll continue. Yes I mean. It's definitely my first time doing it. it was born in a kind of helplessness. As got the news. That diamond was shut him down. The industry and large was shut. Down for a while You found yourself. I think a lot of us found ourselves thinking you know what can I do? to help or what can I do even to survive and Yeah I you know this is gonNA sound so Lane but I've always wanted to do an issue As a sonics an incumbent vice command comics on the Senate is only fourteen lines and to sustain that over the course of a full issue of comics. Yeah I could never figure out As far as that you know sort. Instructional challenge goes How I could make that work across a full twenty two twenty four cases of comics so I never really Pulled it off in ever tried all that hard but I I was outside with my family and we were at the. We live in Brooklyn Borough Prospect Park and I like very quickly. And you know had deleting all this stuff about how like. Oh It's you know you're in quarantine you should take advantage of it and right that amazing thing that you that you've been waiting to ride because hey like Shakespeare wrote king lear during the plague And like my my first blush reaction to that was no fuck you right. Like Shakespeare didn't have like a three year olds and another job and a phone and Netflix on Fox would have been a very different very different collected right. Yeah so So I kind of quickly wrote this sonnet about you know have this lack of productivity During the for stuff leaks of quarantine And of as I wrote it Why don't I just make make it as long as needs to be? Which is short You know kind of Basically pacing the couplets across panels The ends yeah and So somehow in that park A legal all one. I have Martine and Chris draw this and then I'll just release it online and ask Eric Stevenson. If it's okay we do that because if if it's going to be this creative team it should be an ice cream. Handbook right now And as I was kind of filtering all this through my mind I was like. Oh you know We do a bunch of these and looking been asking myself that question. How can I help? What can I do And it became clear that what I could do is continue what I've been doing which is making ice cream and comex with My two collaborators We just decided You know they are amazing for working so fast they basically. Yeah you know. Created a fully realized and four-page comics in about five and a half days and like and cut no corners which is really amazing So we at one point. It just became clear that we should do a bunch of them. And Eric Evenson and Cat Salazar and image were actually really excited by You know because it was New content that they could promote during the shutdown. That's been kind of the the of all of this is that there is no new content So yes we we got the go ahead and decided to make a small little business event and we were able to and then the goal was you know we don't want we did. We know how sensitive comic shops are to a digital product. Because they've always been they don't WANNA lose. Spent one a train. Reader is to in new habits that don't include their shop. You know So it made sense to do these digital books with the idea that could help with physical shops So decided to donate fifty percent of the ever all the money that we made to be. Inc thank Which is the Charity Fund? That helps independent bookstores. Them they during the Corinthian created There with the see their own comic specific thumbs Which is what we ended up doing it in our money to And Yeah we were able to have our cake and eat it too. We have created new material. We were able to keep our fans interested. We were able to raise a good amount of money for comic shops. And we were able to. You know over the course of six weeks create twenty five twenty six pages of of content He got got we now. May or may not be releasing in September as a physical book. We we are needs. Play coy on that really good. Yeah thanks yeah. I've done the same thing. We'll be so not only will the sloppy come at you know benefits. The store is by being in the stores. But we're also going to donate half the proceeds again to bank for that. So yeah it was. It was like a small project that you're into something more wonderful than we really kind of anticipated. So does that mean you're done with sex? Now that you're back in the throes of getting getting out monthly. Yes right now. Yesterday we launched The guest series and so basically. We've invited some other creators to do little ice cream on shorts So yesterday we released stories one by written and drawn by Declan Chevy midnight and savage down on then a a good friend of mine up and coming writer named Dennis Camps at who wrote this book. Maxwell's the image for comics and ARC Who's a a friend of emphasis to do this? Really sweet little four. Page story We they got to play in the sandbox and released their stories yesterday. We've been another one coming. This coming Thursday is final. Final One the Thursday after that very cool so two more to come. Yeah can you announce who the artists are on that Yeah I guess. I don't know that so the Christopher can't well Who wrote she could fly? Any does work at He Russia can burger over the course and is doing some marvel step. He's during next weeks short and The week after is Mister al-jabah which would be really fun thing. Yeah Marvel's Dr Jim Writer and then the immortal Hulk writer for going out going out with a Marble Bang. Yes that's awesome. I am really looking forward to this. Final question for you. What would a satisfying run the to you on ice cream man in terms of both length but also just in terms of what you want to accomplish at the end of this? What is what is Kinda at the end of the day? You say all right. We're hang in an on ice cream. Man What are you what do you WanNa look back and see here. I mean this the sound kind of cheesy but in a lot of ways we already have accomplished. What more than I hope we accomplished on. Yeah Yeah we got really lucky. List is not a straightforward book but We're one of the currently Longest running image books. That's on shelves right. Now you know in terms of issue number And that's because a lot of their gigabytes of have recently undergone stuff that Yeah I mean we. You know the response that we've gotten to this book and on what it's the people that have gotten in touch you know Ways in which. It's made them thinker or or moved them in some way been super amazing on unexpected For a book. That's not really down down the middle in any way You know The fact that A book that has an issue that is a just a pal andrew. You know that is. It's mildly challenging. And that is you know. That is a structural play. I with like an emotional hook. Second even though both both are important to the Power of that particular The that kind of can be cited as someone's favourite collared book. I just didn't really think was going to be the case So yeah we are. I mean just really happy. With the the way this has all turned out and the way that it's affected all of our careers and and giving us work to do My you know things. Over the next months they're going to be pretty hard even for the like ours An numbers are going to be very different On the way we're son images of these books have to You know basically hey the artists of the Patriot in the end for. It's a really be worth it to So we're definitely then go to issue twenty. I think even no matter what happens we will look to go to twenty four and and possibly ended there. I don't want to overstay my welcome and I don't ever want to the second that I have an idea that seems like something similar to something. We've already done. I think that's the minute I each hit the eject button Because then like the the whole conceit the book and what makes the Book Special Is kind of gone So yeah so I'm I don't hold me to that because I could get twenty four the idea for four more Yeah I think the idea right now is is to get twenty four And then maybe start over again or start something new. I'm not sure sure okay. That's interesting yeah I mean definitely definitely coming up on that not a not too far off. Does that mean you know? Essentially the the outline or the content of the final issue already It Not You know I I never know until I write the full scripts that I have or even before issues. Twenty one fill electrodes one cigarette out but even before issues. Twenty two twenty three. I kind of know twenty four is GonNa be. Yeah Gotcha okay all right. I'm really looking forward to seeing how it continues to play as as much as I have loved it and look for it to continue is as long as you all want it to. I think that's the final part of that is the crucial element that you that you want it to keep coming out Because I think your instinct. There is probably the right one in terms of the the long-term sort of success and in how people are looking at it so That is that's cool. I really appreciate you taking the time to talk through all this with me. It's a book I have have loved for. A you know a few years now and has been lot to me so get to talk to you about it is a pretty big thrill and I appreciate how how much thought you know you in. The creative team are putting into this book. Because it's again like it really stands out the way that these stories are told and again just the inventiveness with comex kind of I don't know it's I don't WANNA overstate it. But it really gives you thoughts as to how the medium can be used differently. was very very exciting. Because it you know. It's not doesn't just apply to this series. It's it's something I look now for other craters are they measuring up to what. They're trying an ice cream right. Like that's Kinda Kinda setting the bar in some ways And that's our biggest match. That so nice I mean. That's you know that's why we're doing. It has to hope that people feel that way and You know I think every writer wants to be told that they're doing something special and unique but You know when you hear it often enough you start to believe it yourself so You know we're super happy that people think that our book our readers like you who not only enjoy it like Enjoy it in the way of the although the way that we hope people enjoy actually doesn't matter at all The fact that there are people that are picking up. Exactly what we're putting down and enjoying doing exactly the way that we see it in our minds That is Even more gratifying thank you.

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TMHS 338: The Truth About Hormonal Birth Control & How To Go Beyond The Pill - With Guest Dr. Jolene Brighten

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TMHS 338: The Truth About Hormonal Birth Control & How To Go Beyond The Pill - With Guest Dr. Jolene Brighten

"You are now listening to the model show with Shawn. Stevenson for more. Visit the model had show dot com. Welcome to the motto held show. This nutrition expert, Shawn Stevenson, and I'm so grateful be tuning it will meet today. Listen, you know, this. I know this today more than ever a lot of the things we've accepted as normal when it comes to our health when it comes to nutrition and medicine things we've accepted as normal or anything. But but the beautiful part is at today more than ever more people are taking responsibility and beginning to learn about some of these things that we've come to accept as just the way it is. And today, we're really talking about one of those huge huge things that's going on behind the scenes that a lot of people have been kind of shrouded in mystery and miss education about and this is the birth control pill and for me personally. This is one of those situations where you know when I was growing up. We would just kind of you know, what you don't know can't hurt you. I'm here to say that what you don't know can absolutely hurt you need to be educated about you know, when it comes to our medicines that we're taking supplements foods, the whole nine we don't want to leave anything off the table. We want to become empowered. Because we have this information right at our fingertips right now. But we have to ask the right questions. And so I wanted to do a master class to talk about something that is wildly pervasive in our culture today because we're talking about millions upon millions upon millions of people taking the pill, and she's asking question is this, okay? Is this normal is this safe? And personally the pill is part of the reason that I got into the health and wellness space in the in the first place is crazy. This sounds so for me making this switch and even why the motto health show exists partially is because of the pill. Let me explain why. And I'm going to preface this with the study. This study was published in the land said all the way back in two thousand seven found a clear indication that women who use oral contraceptives. I e the pill have an increased risk of developing cervical cancer. And this study which was conducted by university of Oxford in England went onto also find that the risk of cancer drops. Quickly. Once the pill is stopped now for me this all came right to the forefront because of my wife and her this is when we were in college. And so she was my girlfriend at the time got to play a little bit of that girlfriend song right now from instinct play just a little bit. All right. So that's how I was feeling. All right. I was in my feeling sorry. Just get the nervousness, and that kind of thing, but you know, everything was going great. We're in college. You know, we bought the graduate. Get these degrees on degrees on degrees. All right. And all of a sudden, she goes for her exam, quote routine Pap smear, and she's told us she has cervical cancer cells, and she's just floored and she calls me crying. And I'm just shocked because when I hear the c word historically, all I knew is that that's like that's a wrap like something bad is going to happen from here on out. And I I'd vice her to call her mother, which her mother's I've talked about many on the many times on the show. She's like one of my greatest inspirations, and has really opened my eyes because of the way that she communicated to me also just her knowledge of nutrition because at the time, I was a strength conditioning. Coach, I didn't even know that. There was any of this other stuff. I didn't. Know how much food mattered, and I told her to you need to tell your mom like I don't know what to do. And so she told her mom about the situation and her mom was like, you know, calm down. Why are you crying? All you need to do is this this and this laid out her protocol for her to do and funny enough, many of the things that she told her to do back, then or some of the things that are in this incredible new book that wouldn't be talking about today. Long story short. She went thirty days later thirty one days later to be exact and got another test done, and they couldn't find any of these cancer cells. And when I heard this first hand, I didn't know that that was possible, and it changed my paradigm. Like, I just it flipped a switch in me. And I started to think very differently because at the time I was working with clients in the gym who come in like Sean trying to get in shape. But I also I'm dealing with fibroid tumors or on metformin four diabetes or I'm on all these statins for. In the list goes on and on and on I start to think, wait a minute. Maybe you don't have to have these issues. Let's start to find ways to dress. He's underlying causes. And so I the coursework completely in college over to biology kinesiology learning everything that I could about the human body. In addition to what I was already learning on the side as I was transforming my own health and from their opening my clinical practice and working in in and eventually, of course, lead into the model show being here, and it all started with the pill. You know, a big part of him not not all of it. But it was a big part of this story because step one was her getting off the pill because it was something that was having some big impact on what her hormones were doing. And we know this from pass episodes of talked about this many times like when we have this conversation about hormones what the what our hormones. These are chemical messengers that send signals that helped the cells in your body to communicate. So you have upwards of one hundred trillion cells that make you up and. And all those cells are communicating should be nice, well run society of cells, but there can be civil unrest. If the hormonal communication is off is going to be it's like a game telephone right. You're trying to tell the phone. You know, you tell somebody who, you know. I love you in a gift to the end of it in the eighth persons. Like you smell like hot garbage right is just like how that progression. Get. There is the hormones are off the communication is off. And this is going on in our bodies all the time. So we wanna make sure that our hormone health is on point. And as you'll learn today the pill is one of the most influential things that people are regularly taken today without question that are influencing their hormone function. And so I want to share that story with you because it's a it's a big part of why I'm here doing what I do in for us to just start to ask more questions and to become empowered. And I think you're really really gonna love this episode today before we do that. I want to share something with you that now that we are married. You know, we started off, you know. Dating process while wife met me, she would say that. I was in some ways a little old lady inside of a man's body because of my couponing, I'll right Ida drawer out of coupon drawer. I was all about the coupons. You know? And I started there whether it was, you know, getting my high fiber, cereal, whatever it was, you know, my fancy whole grain bread. I it was levels to this guys. But I was couponing to try and save money because eating healthier is a little bit more expensive. But today the game has changed, and you know, got great organizations out there like whole foods that curate and bring in a lot of organic and non GMO and all the stuff that we're looking for paleo foods vegetarian foods, but there's a pretty big markup and some people call whole foods, the nickname is whole paycheck. All right. 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Keep doing what you're doing. I would love to meet you one day and tell you in person. While thank you so much for leaving that review over on apple podcasts. It truly truly means so much to me. And thank you again. Just really thank you for sharing a little bit of your stored in. And thank you for the work that you're doing as well. And I'm just very grateful to be a part of that and everybody if you yet to do so please pop over to apple podcasts and leave a review for the show. All right. It means everything and on that note, let's get to our special guests and topic of the day. Our guest today is incredible. Dr Joe lean Brighton, and she is deleting expert in women's medicine and is a pioneer in her exploration of the far reaching impact of oral contraceptives and their little known side effects after many years of clinical practice. She has developed a unique protocol to support women in preventing and treating post birth control syndrome as well as lowering the risk that the pill has created a train nutritional biochemist and natural Pathak physician. Dr Brydon is the founder and clinic director at Rubas health and integrative women's medicine clinic with low. Locations in California and Oregon, and she's here on the model health show right now, and like to welcome my friend. Dr Joe lean Brockton. What's going on hand? They're excited to be here. I'm excited to have you. Thank you for coming to see me. Yeah. I got to come into Missouri for the first time we have arch. Yeah. You yet? All right. Well, very grateful to see you and your book has just been blowing. My mind really really is just like the whole book is highlighted as far and just so many insights, and I didn't really think about my story with my wife and to read reading the book like the really the indepth parts of it. I mentioned it before timer to on the show, but you really just bring in a lot of light to the situation. But before we get to it. I want to ask you about you, your superhero origin story. What am I interested in health and wellness in the first place? Oh, gosh. Like I have been a nerd since day one. So as a child, I actually was fascinated with anatomy books reading about herbal medicine like every bit of information, I could glean and at a very young age I became interested in food as medicine. Now, the interesting thing about my background. I actually was going to go study gut health like I was going to be a gut doc. So as a kid I developed chronic gastritis, I would have heartburn throwing up after meals these that's not something that should happen to a seven year old. You have a seven year old doesn't own a normal thing. And so a longtime went until the doctors couldn't find out what was wrong with me. And they concluded. Okay. It's in your head. She wants a tension. She has an eating disorder. All these things got thrown around. Then a decade later a doctor. I went and saw actually read the study about H pylori. And so he was like we should actually test this. So suck. Second time. I'm having an dos copy under the age of eighteen and lo and behold, I had a bacterial infection in my stomach the entire time. And so what was told to me that was all my had. And this happens a lot in women's medicine. And it's a very I'm like, of course, I had to have that experience. I had to wake up a lot sooner down how quickly a doctor can be to dismiss your symptoms. So with on I went through all the treatment. They told me you're going to be on a proton pump inhibitor for life. This was before they were over the counter, they weren't studied in children or adults scence. And I started on my head was like disconnected from my body is what it felt like my doctor's like used to take this every day for the rest of your life. And I was like there's there's no way I'm taking a pill every day for the rest of my life. Now, the funny thing is though was like I can't do that. Oh, sign me up for birth control pill that I can do. But there was a lot of benefits that you know, my doctor told me about with that. So, you know, without started to make the connection that if I ate refined carb. And like drink orange juice like I would get heartburn. And so if I just changed my food, and my doctor when I asked him, we wouldn't if changed my diet, he kind of laughed at me. And he was like, no, there's no research to support the I'm like, but I'm noticing this correlation here. No, the really funny thing in this situation is at this time, I'm working in dentistry. So I'm actually coming up on twenty two years of working in the health and wellness industry and in medicine altogether. So I'm in dentistry. I'm like, this is going to be my career become a registered dental assistant and working with these two dentists who were awesome. And they sat me down one day. They pull me in the office. And I was like I'm in trouble. And they really you're so smart, what are you doing with your life? Now, my entire childhood. I actually got the story for my parents league, you should marry somebody to take care of you like you should find somebody to take care of you and find a vocation, and you're not smart enough to go to college. This is the first time anyone had told me that I was smart enough to go to college. And so he did and. I was like I'm gonna go study nutrition. But then I fell in love with chemistry. So I got a degree in chemistry that nutritional biochemistry concurrently studying, clinical, nutrition and not kidding. When I say, I'm a nerd, and then I was getting my masters, so he's actually doing research in Sarko Penacoba city, which is where we get rid of muscle cells. And instead decided we're going to insert some fat in there. And so it was doing research on view utilizing branch chain amino acids to prevent that. And it was looking at getting my PHD actually, two full ride scholarship to go get my PHD, and I left it to go to naturopathic school and everybody thought I was crazy at the time. But I came to this place where Iraqi Nuys than I had a whole lot of science in my background. But what I was missing was respect and philosophy that respected the healing power of the body. What nature has done because I'll tell you right now. Like, the body never gets it. Wrong nature doesn't get it wrong. But humans we get it wrong. All the time that's part of being a human. And that's something that I like. I was working, you know, in in some of my research was in recombinant DNA technology, which is like manipulating the genetics of plants, and I was the only person like really asking. Well, what does this do to the nutritional quality like what's the long term impact on this? And so that propelled me into going to notch probably medical school. I actually applied. They were like you won't be able to get in for a year. And I got a call like two weeks later, they're like someone dropped out. Can you be here in a few weeks? And I was like Don moved and just this once analii can be slow to decide. But once I decide I'm just like I'll be on the fence. And then I just like jump and sprint on it. And through all of that the thing I have to acknowledge is I did the pill for ten years. I'm a first generation college student and the first one in my family, not to have a baby before age twenty my whole family just thought I was in fertile by the time I got to thirty. What is she doing? And I can absolutely be grateful that I had the pill to use as a tool so that I could achieve my goals in this one of the things you talk about. Out in the book. And by the way, you story is amazing in also just that divine timing with that person dropping out this amazing. But you talk about how you know, it's the benefit one of the big benefits is that since the pill has been out there. We've seen this incredible increase in women in higher learning institutions and bigger careers and making more money and all these things that correlate with that. Because they're now able to control take back ownership in a sense where it was just very out of women's hands in a sense. And I do see the benefit there. But you are here to say that there is a better way. And you shared was is a sixty percent of women who are given the pill are for reasons that don't have anything to do with actually controlling birth. Yeah. So the studies have shown fifty eight percent some of Sean as high as sixty five percent, the primary reason is for symptom management. And when you add that up to one hundred million women worldwide taking the pill. That's not insignificant by any. He means the, and, and that's really the whole thing is like, you know, people have a really hard time with the fact, I'm not so black. I'm white like I have to. I mean, I'm talking about this for a while now, and I've had a lot of haters, and I feel like I have to stand up and be like, hi, I'm Dr Brighton. I am not anti birth control every time because people are like you're either for it or you're against it. And I'm like, it's not my body. And so at the end of the day, you need to be informed to make the best decision for yourself and be supported in that. And so as the book has come out people have been like, oh, well, you're you're anti birth control. You're telling everyone to get off of it. And I'm like, if you read the book, you're going to see I got you either way lay whatever you decide I just want you to fill like, you made the best decision, and the know how to talk to your doctor about it. But I do take issue with passing a woman the pill or any hormonal contraceptive with no discussion of what's happening in her body. So with like us and Nutro SIS hypothyroidism these present with period, problems and. Doctors are like I have the pill for every female ill. And that's what's in their toolkit. Doctors are not bad. They want you to feel better and they've been taught this will home. But the problem is is a delays diagnosis, and I'm sure we're going to talk a lot a lot more about this. But can actually make some of these conditions worse and women aren't told that, hey, y'all had the maybe the stroke or heart attack risk is low in the general population. Because we did this study on a small set of the population that was healthy. But you have a pre existing condition already your risk is different. So one of the things that you talk about in the book is how you mentioned this a little bit earlier that women's health problems are largely dismissed this one of the things you hear a lot is that it's all in your head. And in fact, you actually cite a study this was in the New England Journal of medicine report in two thousand a study that women were seven times more likely to be discharged misdiagnose while having a heart attack. I know can you even believe that? That's crazy. Yeah. Late women are dying higher rates than men of heart attacks, all because of this medical gender bias that exists. And part of it is that he started like researching us like a couple of decades ago, the the re so funny, the FDA and the research is like we're just gonna research men, and we're going to say it applies Simenon which we're gonna take all this date on then we're gonna play it to women because like same same. And I'm like hold up. I create an entire human in my body. I think there's something different going on here. I'm a cyclical creature like hormones ebb and flow every single day and throughout an entire month. It's shocking, right? And it's even something like when I started talking about post, birth control syndrome doctors were saying that's not real. And I still get people who are like that's not real. And I to that. I say will you tell the thousands upon thousands of women who've been talking about this since you introduced the pill back in the nineteen sixties. It's not real because not old. Story medicine of like everything a woman talks about and complains about like, we'll pass her medication will tell her to go get some counseling, and it's just all in her head. It's it's old it needs to change. No. It's not okay. We die of heart attacks at a higher rate. The other thing is not we are less likely to receive adequate care when it comes to pain. You can talk to a women with endometriosis, and she'll tell you like how many doctors she had to go to they're lying here. Just having some period pain, just take some IB profit. But that's what I set out to do. My book is to educate women to that. They can have that discussion with their doctor that they can enter into that discussion with their doctor knowing this is what we should be investigating based on my symptoms. This is the data. I have from tracking my body. And like, here's the labs. I'd like to see get done, and you mentioned the different labs as well. In the book. There's so many different protocols. It is fantastic every women's health concern in regards to, you know, by the way. So just really quick a preference for this is one of the reasons that the pill is used. Basically is just masking symptoms is not addressing the underlying cause why are you having the heavy periods? Why are you having so much pain during your cycle? What why is your cycle so sporadic in irregular? There's a reason your body. You say that your body is giving you in your period gives you so much information about your health and is being used as one of the new vital signs. Yeah. Well, any and that comes from conventional medicine a cog in twenty fifteen named it a vital sign, and this is something that, you know, when my patients sit down with me, I pass some journal, and we go through all the data. They have to track I'm link labs are one snapshot in time. And it's when things are really bad that lab start to show us things like your gonna know just by taint paying attention to your body. You're gonna no way before a lab shows and way before you even get a diagnosis that something is off. And this is something that I think all of this is when I set out trade this book, I wanted to write I wrote to my fourteen year old self okay? When I got my period. What did I need to know? I seventeen year old self. Okay. When I started the pill. What do I wish my doctor would have told me and then beyond that? And it's why it's called beyond the pill is not we're going beyond the pill when it comes to solutions because for decades. Now, it's been the only solution aside from a hysterectomy or IVF just depending on where you're at in your life cycle women deserve better than that. And this idea that the your menstrual cycles too complicated to understand, and like these are the kind of stories that have been passed around along with your symptoms are your body's way of the train you again, that's the old story. Like, the new story that I think the millennials are really leading the charge in. And we're seeing a lot of people wake up to is not symptoms or your body's way of communicating to you your body would never betray you like, it's why would your body try to sabotage you. It makes no sense and we have to start honoring and respecting the wisdom of the body. It's not just a vehicle to get you to death. Like, it's in it to win it with you like. It is here because it you. I mean, you should be working together. And if you have these symptoms, it's an opportunity to listen and to dive in. Just going to drop the mic right here. So powerful. I I would really love to talk about since this is the the topic of the conversation. How does it actually work? How does the pill work how does it work in women's body? Oh my gosh. Now, and for anybody who's listening who's like, well, I've been on the pill for like more than a decade. I mean, we see a lot of women and women right me. And they'll say I'm so ashamed I never knew how the pill worked I didn't know how the pill works until I got to medical school. And like you I didn't even know how my period worked like that. I was only fertile one day out of the month until his in medical school. You shouldn't have to have a medical education to understand how your body works or this pharmaceutical so understand this when you take the pill, you're taking a high enough dose of synthetic hormones, generally, estrogen and progestin there is the mini pill, which is protested only is not as effective. So it's not it's not the leader in the race. But with a high enough dose to pass through your liver and still shutdown brain and ovarian communication, so. It stops your brain and ovaries from communicating which is why whenever a doctor challenges me when I say the pill can't fix your period. It can't fix your hormones it won't fix your hormone imbalance. And I'll have doctors who are like, no it absolutely does because their symptoms are gone. I'm like, so if someone had got symptoms if they had IBS, and then you just decided to like shut down their entire gut doesn't work anymore. Did you really fix? What was going on? Or did you just shut down entire system? And that's usually lightbulb moment where they're like. Oh, I'm like, yeah. It's essentially you just put the it's, you know, I have a good friend who's actually the she said it's so much like chemical castration like a temporary chemical castration for women because you're over a stop working, and they actually shrank while you're on it, which is the day can come back. You know, people hated on Kim Kardashian. I just have to say, I don't I don't know. I I don't follow the Kardashians. But I did come across the study where Kim Kardashian said she felt like being on birth control. Aged her ovaries and that naming curious as soon as you see haters like common like they just fly in left. And right. That's where you're going to get really curious of like what why are they so triggered by this? And when you get into the research, it's like, oh, yeah. If you do if you look at her ovaries if you look at labs, they look like they've aged. Now, the research has also shown that that can come back, but we need more. We need more research to understand that. I came across a study that found that basically the impact even the cervical cancer. So just that as an example, they found that as soon as the the woman came off of the pill that their risk started to drop dramatically, but it took ten years before it got back to the level of just baseline from being on the pill. It takes time. And that's another thing that you talk about is basically supporting that transition of having the post pill syndrome, basically. And so I wanna talk about knowing some of the issues with communication with the brain. And the ovaries can we talk a little bit about the role of estrogen and progesterone in the cycle itself. I think that would help make a little bit more sense for home. The home shows, I guess because they give you superpowers. This is like the biggest thing they've tried to keep women in the dark on their like your hormones like being a woman is inherently awful in your hormones are always just going to be chaotic. And in fact, they actually give you superpowers. It's the best kept secret of being a woman. So now like I said, it's me many physiology classes to actually wrap my head around menstrual cycle. So for everybody listening, you might wanna rewind write it down come back to this. And no worries if you do so day one we call the first day of your period. That's when we see blood flow that was triggered by drop in estrogen and progesterone. So that triggers day one that leads you into the fully phase. So there's three phases of the menstrual cycle. There's the flakier phase the military phase and the Ludi face now. Some people will say the period is a separate is separate from the fully Keillor phase. And you'll hear that a lot because it's like you feel a little bit different. When you're on your period. But in medicine the goal of the fully killer phase is to. Get an egg ready for automation and not starting while you're still having your period. So the average period is anywhere from three to five days and in that time focal stimulating hormone. So that's f h talking to your ovaries says, let's get ready. We're going to oscillate and that causes estrogen to rise now estrogen. She's the diva in the fully killer phase. And she as you read my book, she's low the I call the Volva boom as Trajan boom, which gives you like the full lips the full brass hips. That's where we go through the maturation process, and it starts to make us look sexier and sexier as we get closer to Ave Shen because again, nature smart. So with that you ramping up your Astra. Jim and your preparing the league, you're preparing your endometrial tissue, and then you know, somewhere around data ten inch. You're going to find your libido is rising because testosterone now steps onto the scene and again nature's really smart. So we are only fertile as gals for about twenty four hours. However sperm can live five plus day. And so I actually used to teach when I was in grad school I used to teach biology some mammals have Crips where they store sperm. They can store sperm for a long time. And I've always said like, I bet women do that too. And then the study came out in this year. My husband's like, how do you always know this from like, you just pay attention? Just look at it like another mammal like we're aware all animals so about five days or so that sperm will live. So that's why libido rises. And then you're like, oh now, I'm in the mood. That's where if you practicing for Tilleke wearing this method you need to be considering where's that where's that sperm headed? So after that, we're going to spike estrogen and loot, nizing hormone. So that's L H and that is going to trigger the release of an egg. You'll also your by your body temperature will rise at that time so women who are tracking their temperature can actually see a spike in that release. The it's around twenty four hours, and you must ovulate. Okay. If you are in your fertile years, you want to be ovulating, and I say this because. And will say why don't want to have a baby. So I don't want to ovulate when we ovulate what's left behind him. The ovaries is the corpus lithium that's going to secrete progesterone now progesterone rises in the Luzio phase. And it again is this is all designed to help you have a baby. So it's getting the endometrial tissue ready. But it's also stimulating the Gabar receptor, your brain. So you feel really chilling calm. It's dia Radic. So we're not filling bloated like it's got a lot of benefits for sleeping, really? Well. But if there is no eg in needs sperm, no fertilization than those hormones drop and your period starts again. So this is what's really important to understand is not a lot of times in the research. They will say oh progesterone causes depression anxiety. These issues progesterone is doing all these bad things in your body. And when you look they're actually talking about protests him, so for for people who are listening right now, if you understand that nature, and you as a woman, you make progesterone men have some too, but we mainly have the protest. You make progesterone synthetic progestin is Nayed in the lab. The lab doesn't make progesterone. You can start to understand why it is so confusing to doctors and researchers like what's going on in all of that? So progestin synthetic stuff that's in the pill doesn't replace progesterone in the same way. It actually has been shown to alter the female brain. So they've done scans your brain looks different while you're using progestin. And in addition the pill is blocking AVI Latian. So there is no natural progesterone. And that's what you want. Like if you don't wanna baby you don't want ovulate. And not having that natural production. That's going to lead to some obvious side effects. But it's not really side effect is direct effect of taking the pill. And we just accepted that it's normal and is anything. But so, wow, I want to talk about. So I heard you on another interview as you know, just look at. There was a study that you mentioned that found women who get pregnant within six months of coming off hormonal birth control have a higher risk of having a child who develops a childhood cancer. And when I heard that I was just kind of taken back by that. And why what is the connection there because a lot of women come off the pill to as a decision to now I'm going to have a baby and to know that there can be some potential first of all we see some issues with fertility in and of itself for a lot of women, but that there can be potential problems or challenges with our kids is really kinda scary. And again, I know that you're very much not placing blame or pointing fingers we just need to become educated. Because we don't know we don't know. And we're doing the best that we can. Oh, totally and not something that like nobody's ever been served by judging themselves based on their past like, you take those lessons, and you do better the next day like today and tomorrow is always not pretending to do better. So we're not. Judging anybody, and so, yeah, it was really interesting about this study is not I actually, you know, how it goes writing a book. So I submitted the manuscript manuscript goes in. It's like a boomerang each ask keeps coming back really done. Nope. I'm done. Nope. And so what was really cool, though is not study came out. And they sent me the manuscript one last time, and they were like, we actually need you to like we have to cut out on this page, and, you know, the final tweaks, and I was like an act I need to get this study in the book. So the manuscript was already written where I side you need you need to prep, your body, six months or more when you come off birth control. This is just something. I've observed clinically is that if women didn't spend a good six months mean two years is ideal. But like when you want to baby you want baby like yesterday. So nobody's gonna love him for saying that, but without observe clinically that women had easier pregnancies easier post-partum baby baby had less issues when they had done their due diligence in prep their body for a good six months. So then this study came out. My husband was actually like how did you know that I'm getting no that didn't know 'cause I had no idea. I just need these observations. And we don't totally know why. But I have I have some hypotheses surrounding that. So one is the pill messes with your microbiome. So it will actually lower microbial diversity. And it leads to leaky gut your microbiome as a mama becomes babies microbiome? So that that you're passing on the microbiome, and that's going to set up babies immune system for life. So we know seventy plus percent of the immune system lives in the gut. So for everybody listening like those bugs have a really big impact on our children. So there's not peace. There's also that you are depleting nutrients while you're on birth control. So if you get pregnant immediately, you're entering into pregnancy nutrient depleted, so things like fully pretty important, b twelve all nutrients are really important, but pregnancy, we always pay more attention to fully d twelve like selenium and zinc like these things that are involved in Munich system thyroid. I mean. Antioxidants. So there's not pieces. Well, then there's a little more controversial peace than that is not well, we are on birth control. It actually alters our mate selection to where we select for mates who are more genetically identical to us. So in my book, I basically say the pill makes you attracted to your cousin and everybody goes and like, yeah. Right. Like buying you. You select a mate differently. And so there is a possibility there, Don that alteration when how we do mate selection. What's happening with the microbiome what's happening with nutrient depletion. And the fact that it's depleting antioxidants that affect the mitochondria the mitochondrial DNA is part of the female lineage that we pass on to all of our children. So there's it's it's very complicated. And it's one of those things that everybody always wanted to be one thing or one variable, and that's how that's how science works. But it's also why science has a lot of limitations is there like I wanted to be clean. And simple, but nature is not clean and simple. The female body. It's cycles. It's looks chaotic if you are a researcher. But in that there's a lot of variables at play. And so, you know, it's it's great to see the research coming out. It's also making the question. Why haven't we seen more research sooner like how long have we had birth control around? And we haven't been questioning these things and a big part of it is because it was Todd do to question birth control was to question a woman's right to question the women's movement, and I've had people people call me the anti Margaret Sanger, anti feminist anti women. Like all these things that I like they always give me really good giggles because I'm like, no that's not what it's about. Like, we need to question everything. And we are out of point where we are. So far advanced our understanding that we also need to start questioning through the lens of what's true for us. Because there is a lot of true information out there. But in may, not be true for you. We are so connected. I was literally writing a note down about that attraction factor because you mentioned the book, and this is something I've come across many times, and it just how beautiful and powerful everything about us. You know, the human body is because we and this is very unconscious. But when a woman's body is in balance or just we'll just say just a general state of health. You are subconsciously seeking out partners who have a different immune system than you wrecked. Diversity because we're looking for that evolutionary advantage constantly and by taking the pill because it disrupts that microbiome where a large part of your immune system is what you've seen in which you this study side in the book is that we then you'll start to shift over and tend to be more attracted to people who have a similar immune system. Number one. We're creating a less optimal situation for our kids in the first place, but also get getting attractive potentially as some game of thrones stuff. Something going on. But we're connected because you know, today, I just I was getting ready. You know, and I just got prince just jumped into my mind and. I started thinking about this performance, which my son plays is at least once a month. Honesty. My eighteen year old son of James Brown. Is you just like some kind of vintage footage this out there on you to just Google or I'm sorry YouTube James Brown. Michael Jackson, and Mike Michael Jackson's just came to the show and James Brown pointed out he made him come up on stage. You know, Michael Jackson's reluctant. I know, you know, and he can't he comes up, and he puts on a little, you know, does a couple of moves. And then James like, there's somebody else their prince princes in audience, and, you know, Princeton, Michael they, you know, pitted them against each other. You know in the media, and so press comes up Michael steps to the side. And he's like doing his thing, you know, being extra prints, and he was getting off the stage. And he thought that the the light pole, which was a prop was a real thing. And he he kind of grabbed it and try to jump off stage and he fell off stage, but his big bodyguard caught him because he's a small guy. And then I thought about Dave suppo-, and the Charlie Murphy story and prince who've been thought about okay takes off the heels, and he puts on the basketball shoes, and that kind of thing and come to find out you come in today. And who do you talk about you talk about prints? Yeah. And I'm like, I Wayne this jacket because it makes me feel like prints, and I have to tell you. I was thinking about Princeton, Charlie Murphy as well last night because my lift driver with knocking all about pancakes, and the pancake. Thinking about like how they played basketball. And then he serves them pancakes, and like, and then man, and Dave Chapelle. Yeah. I can't quote it because this is PG thirteen. Check. It is fantastic. Thank you. I love your outfit and. Wow. So we're super connected and on that note, I want to talk about so the pill really masks symptoms. Just like a lot of drugs. Do obviously, you know, it's not treating the underlying cause. And what often happens is, you know, we're getting feedback from a body said we need to change. That's why we have these symptoms of something is not quite right, and we can use those symptoms as an opportunity to kind of ma- navigate and find a place of health with that said part of the the issues that we see with having the pill prescribed for something other than preventing birth is has to do with estrogen dominates. So I wanna talk about number one estrogen dominance, and I wanna talk about specifically the connection between estrogen and the liver. Yeah. Because like the livers everything. Advanced human metabolism. And the joke was always like if you don't know the answer just right in liver. Just it'll be right because it does everything and I actually wanted to call the chapter my book, it's like it's birth control detox wanna one and I wanted to call it the liver chapter and like good on my publishers are always thinking about the reader experience, and they're like nobody wants to read the liver chapter. I'm like everybody want you want to read this chapter make deliver sexy. Yeah. Yeah. So we made it sexy. I think it's sexy. I don't know. Yeah. It's okay. Pretty oregon. But what it does for you? So, you know, what's very, it's the Oregon you Mary. Hook up with the you know, the kidney. Kill the gallbladder. Because there's this Mary kill me. I liked to joke that the gallbladders like a designer purse to the to the liver. So like if you're gonna lose your designer purse like how would you feel if a is like, yeah. That bad cost you three thousand dollars. Just get rid of it. You'd be like wait a minute thinking your gallbladder the same way if your goal bladder as Louis v. Yeah. You're treated much differently. I came up with that though. I was as I share with you. I was living in Paris. And like there's like there's this golden triangle, and I would just go walking like every day and just presient fashion, and they're they're very into all their designers. And I was like, I didn't even know all these designers existed, I like group in the sticks. So there's that. So we estrogen dominance a little detour we're gonna drive back around so with estrogen dominance, it's one of the most common issues that we see in women. And so I actually in retrospect, I'm like, I started the pill because I had periods that lasted more than seven days. I was in pain hugging a heating pad plugged into the wall. So in laying on the floor. More on pop, and all the mind all my doctors like here's a pill, and like you don't even have to like get your period if you don't want to and I was like sign me up for that. Like that sounds amazing. So with estrogen dominance, there's a few ways this can develop so one is you can have. So we talked about the menstrual cycle you can have relative estrogen dominance. So you don't oscillate or your progesterone levels aren't ample enough. So and that can be for a whole lot of reasons. So low in vitamin seeing too much stress not hanging out with your friends. So actually, I women are very social creatures hanging out with your friends can help bump your progesterone. And so if you're progesterone slow your estrogen may be fine, but relative to your progesterone naive PMS now. And when estrogen is off the chain. You are irritable. You are bloated your breast or swelling your periods. Become heavy there. Cloudy. You can have hot flashes night sweats. You don't have to bury menopause for that. You can have acne. Migraines the list just keeps going on and for most women their past birth control. Now, you can also have Frank estrogen dominance, which is where you just have way too much estrogen in your system. And as I talk about in both deliver chapter and the gut chapter. So like, I do have to say everyone's gonna read this book, and they're going to be like, wait a minute. Why don't we go right into liver and gut because if those aren't right nothing's going to be right? Like forget it like game over like, you can't just go in and think you're gonna fix your estrogen. If you don't love your liver. So with on we can have poor liver detoxification. We can have inability to clear estrogen from the gut. So that can be because you don't poop every day because you do need to poop everyday or because you've despite assist so bacteria. Make more beta Google Rana days now that reactivates are estrogen your livers like what I just package that up to move it out. Now, I'm dealing with more. Now, the other issue is we can have access out of poverty. So we have excess fat cells they they like to make estrogen themselves in their besties with us Trajan 'cause they're like Unimak estrogen and the estrogen is like a MoMA. Hope you'll get fatter. Fats league. Yeah, I'm gonna give some more estrogen entities keeps going like that. And then there's also environmental toxins. So like, we you start at the top of the show talking about how you can get these personal care products. Like, this isn't amazing thing to have access to because the stuff that we put on ourselves. And I will all myself. I thought all through my twenties I was supposed to smell like vanilla or berries. And champagne, I don't know how I got it in my head some really good marketers just like the smell of the early two thousand. You know, like a smell to the year. Like it would be the bears champagne for the whole year like that. Right. Like, yeah. Because every single woman was rocketed thinking like that's what she's the most and then confusing our mates. Cheeky like that. So yeah, that's another way that you can develop estrogen dominance because these chemicals contains estrogen so they look like your estrogen, but they ain't totally your estrogen like, they just mess with your receptors. And so there's several ways that we can develop astronaut dominance. I go through all of those in my book and help give women solutions. And the tricky one is is that women will say to me. Well, my doctor tested my labs and said, my estrogen normal, but I have all these estrogen dominance symptoms. Why take you through why that is in the liver chapter birth control detox went oh one sorry, Harper one. So with that I'd take you through it, and what your liver does without estrogen matters. So if you're making more sixteen hydroxy as strong or sixteen h e one that's going to stimulate growth growth of fibroid growth of SIS growth of brass growth of endometrial, which is the endometrial lining is the lining of the uterus. And that's why we'll see these really cloudy periods. And you know, maybe saying, well this and Wynonna. I have thought only thought this was normal is and part of that is because it may have in your experience. But the other part is we've been taught. It's not polite to talk about periods. And even if it wasn't overt believe me the commercials on TV blow. They're pouring blue windex on a pad league. That's a subtle. Message of like your period is something to be ashamed of like, you're not supposed to talk about these things and tonight. I'm like why we create humans. Okay, we birth. The entire human race league. The whole species is here because of us and a period is a part of that. Oh my goodness. Again mic drop. That's like four this episode already. So getting started I got the jacket on. So listen, I think that just to kind of take a step back because there's something really profound. You said basically estrogen can get recirculated eliminating it because your liver wants to basically it's part of the estrogen breakdown in one state eliminated through the gastrointestinal tract. But if you're not having a clean, you know, basically getting coal in cleaned regularly by getting rid of the waste it can get recirculated. So what are a couple of things that we can do to support the liver? And then what a couple of things we can do to support that evacuation of estrogen. You know, what I had for breakfast this morning as I actually got this organic Turkey meat. And then I put broccoli sprouts inside of it. And I roll it up. I actually said on Instagram. It's it's like a healthy to Kito. But my grandma would slap my face for saying that she like that. Harassing. No. So broccoli sprouts league. That's something. Like, I know in traveling right now a lot of people get constipated when they travel. I don't know what I'm getting exposed to in the plane. I don't know what I'm getting exposed to write anywhere. And so I- jetted last night to whole foods, and I pick up so your liver loves some broccoli sprouts on in Christopher's vegetables in general. The and understand this. You may be somebody who's like I eat cruciferous vegetables. I get gas bloating cruciferous vegetables are not the enemy. It's likely showing you that like there's an imbalance of gut flora. So you might have small intestinal bacterial. Overgrowth going on also understand that you have to have ample hydrochloric acid to do what you need to do with those cruciferous vegetables to create the ultimate end product, which is dim which is going to support liberty toxication. And this is important because I tell women you need to be eating these things while you're on the pill. But also understand that the way that the pill messes with your thyroid can actually mess with your hydrochloric acid. And so you may need to be taking. We're going to talk about that. Mean may need to be taking a little bit of apple cider vinegar with that just to try to raise those HCL level. So with that that's one thing getting your cruciferous vegetables in that's going to support liberty talks. Now, the other thing that's going to support liver detox is going to be vitamins also depleted by birth control. So you can eat be vitamin rich food. But I want people to understand that if you are on a medication that depletes nutrients, you need to bring in a multivitamin or prenatal. It's just like, you know, an doctors push back on me. And they're like why are you telling people to do that like that's just expensive urine? I'm sure you've heard that before. And I'm like, okay. So you have a patient. That's on metformin a diabetic drug that depletes b twelve what do you tell them and tell them to tape twelve right? If a patient that's on the spot, and we know it messes with co Q ten that can be problematic. When you Tom I tell them to take co Q ten you're on you have put a woman on a medication that depletes selenium, zinc B-vitamins antioxidants, co Q Thanh like all of these things. What do you tell her? Oh, yeah. Yeah. You tell her that. She needs to take a supplement. Because also the pill is only about ninety one percent effective with typical use so nine one hundred women are going to get pregnant on it like you need that full eight weeks before you actually had a positive pregnancy test. So again that was a little bit of a side tangent. But it's a good reason to get on a quality multivitamin or prenatal because what your liver needs is actually being depleted by birth control. So we've got the cruciferous vegetables, we've got the B vitamins. And then what else do I have breakfast? I had Turkey. I had an organic Turkey, you need Nino acids, and this thing that like whenever I hear about people that are like I'm doing a juice fast for detoxing my liver, or I'm going to go, you know, completely plant based, but they're not paying attention. They're protein. I really try to drive home in the book if you don't have amino acids game over like your liver is not gonna work, right? Like you have to have protein involved in that. And as we were talking about my research was in proteins a big fan of it a radically. I was vegetarian at the time doing that research. And I was like that's poetry. Why is that the the duality in that amazing? Yeah. I was like I was neurotic though about being a vegetarian in terms of getting enough protein. And so it's something that like I don't encourage people to count Nak rolls. I like people to be a little more intuitive with eating, but some people need that to get there. I'm like, I kind of macro all through my twenties. That's because I was a vegetarian, and I was very serious about like. And I knew my research, and I was like within thirty minutes of working out. I'm eating three hard boiled eggs. I have to get my branch chain amino acids. I want him have the muscle gains. I don't want Sarka scenic obesity. And if you don't know what that is Google it and the fear will be real for you too. So it's it's so crazy how many different functions that protein is involved in with the, you know, like delivered just can't do certain things without and we know now just thanks to this. And also we had mutual friend on Allen christianson recently just did like a master class on liver function. So thank you so much for sharing that I want to talk about the connection between the pill and the liver and how important testosterone is. And we're going to do that right after this quick break. So sit tight we'll be right back. Don't sleep on sleep today. 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I was talking about this crazy connection between the liver and the pill and estrogen, but there's another hormone number one. Let's talk about how important testosterone is for women and how the pill can influence how the liver is interacting with sex hormone, binding globulin and potentially lower testosterone. So this is like the real way that birth control work. So the pill really works by shutting down your libido. So that's how it really prevents pregnancy. I don't know if you knew that like a woman starts the pill. She has no interest at a messing with your okay? 'cause I'm like. No, no, it's supposed to prevent ovulation. But really like how many women? You know, you hear from that are like I lost my libido, and it didn't come back when I stopped birth control hormonal birth control can also lead to vaginal atrophy, so thinning of the tissue pain with intercourse pain with orgasm, which is like super lame that if you actually count achieve orgasm than it painful. It hurts. Lakewood is not even about this. These are the things we should know before we sign up for this. And as you get into the later part of my book, you'll see I prescribe orgasms a lot there. The literal fountain of youth write that down. Have you buddy? Have you buddy needs those? So with that was interesting in the research. So we know that when you start the pill. It will shut down ovarian production of testosterone by about fifty percent to now your ovaries aren't producing testosterone. Now, we also have testosterone that can be made from the adrenal glands. So adrenal glands will make D H E A D H E is converted into testosterone estrogen now with we've got the decrease in production. Now, you take hormonal birth control. And as we were talking about with estrogen dominance like you were sometimes given the pill for estrogen dominant symptoms, and while it shuts down your natural, estrogen you just essentially got induced with estrogen dominance because again, it's a high enough dose of medication to shut down the brain and ovarian communication that. I has to pass through the liver so liver takes one for the team like as long as you're on the pill be loving your liver because it is like taking one for the team for sure now with the research has shown is not the pill will alter the genetic expression of sex hormone, binding globulin. So at the genetic level the pill is altering your liver's function. It also impacts it at the structural level. As we see more benign liver tumors coming up with women who start the pill. We never diagnosed as many as we did and dill the pill was introduced so with that, you know, the research was like, okay, sex hormone binding globulin rises, which by the way in some people are like, oh, that's that's your body betraying you wrong. Your body's trying to keep you safe that is a whole lot of synthetic estrogen coming into the body. So your liver being super smart is like lemme make a protein that grabs onto that. But a happens to grab onto your testosterone as well. And so now, you're has toss thrown declines and people will say, well, he no, oh, I hate the story of like having a libido and a woman is like a nice benefit like most women don't have libidos not true, not true. In fact, and that's the same time that they were like your clitorises just this little button that sits above your Yuri threat. It is a giant structure like there's a lot more going on like the women's health. That we've not even been we haven't even begun to explore and all of that. So it was very interesting about this study, though, sex hormone binding globulin goes up, then they said, well when you come off it'll come down what they found is not that protein never returned to the prepaid state. So the state of women who never took birth control, which means that it could continue to remain elevated and con symptoms of low hormones and with testosterone. It's not just about libido. It's about your brain health. It's your mood. It's why you get up every day. And you just feel like you can take on the world. It gives you energy. It's very very important for your muscle mass. So without testosterone, we don't stimulate muscle mass. Without you ample muscle mass. There's a whole lot of things that go wrong. But this is also where women can struggle with their weight and be perplex why they can't get their wait to come back down. And so it's very concerning to me that it's like, and this study was just kind of like that's interesting keep on moving because it was a woman sexual health. Issue is how they were looking at it. But testosterone is so much more than that. Well in this goes back to the connection between the pill and our liver function. That was published in the journal of sexual medicine has so many greats studies that you side in the book, but your clinical experience like you've been able to see this stuff. First hand in all of your protocols for supporting women who are you know, if you choose to take the pill if you've been off the pill for a while, and it's still experiencing health issues. If you're wanting to come off of it, you got something for everybody. And I just really appreciate that. So we've got to talk about the connection between the pill and the guts and probably one of the most jarring things that I read in your book was this connection with Crohn's disease. You talk about that. Yeah. That was a shocker that's a study out of Harvard where they showed, and what was really interesting as I started digging with into this when patient after patient was in their time line there. I started the pill several years later new onset of autoimmune disease. So I talk they will have been shocked in my book. They're like I thought this is going to talk about just the pill. You've got CBO you've gotta immune disease. You talk about how she motos like there's all this information in there. And that's because it's all connected. So this study out of Harvard showed that after five years or more. If you had a family history of Crohn's disease new to three hundred percent increase risk of developing Crohn's disease. Just by being on the Pell I have seen many patients who they have Crohn's disease. And I asked them how long were you on the pill? It's always more than five years, although some of them there was a patient that it was three years and then she developed Crohn's disease. So this is the kind of information that we need so that we can make that informed decision. Like the pills being passed as one-size-fits-all, but we neglect that there is this family history there, or there's environmental factors like when it comes to the breast cancer risk. And they're like, oh, it's a minimal increase risk. And it's like well navy navy. Where does she live like what else is going on in her life? And so. Clones diseases absolutely something that needs to be talked about more. And why the researchers believe this develops is? Because it's well documented it, decreases microbial diversity. So the gut the guts going to be called the first brain it's coming. I mean, if you look at it from an evolutionary perspective every organism develops, a gut before they develop a nervous system. So I think humans I think we're going to have to change that around because the gut does everything and that microbial diversity protects you from developing autoimmune disease. It keeps the immune system in check. I as I shared. I've been in this arena for a long time, you know, over decade ago when I was first learning about the microbial it went like this at it's so Craxi up there. Bunch of freeloaders they eat your food, and they give you a little bit of vitamins of not they don't do much else. Anyone who offers a probiotic is a quack in a crazy person. And why would you feed them like if you just eat your feeding them and now to see that whole story turnaround in there like the microbiome is everything. So for everyone listening understand that like if you've got a. Doctor who's dismissing you if they say, they don't believe something you can just giggle a little bit because that's not science. That's a different philosophical approach that's called religion. And there's a time and a place for that. But understand that like we are constantly learning. And we don't know everything although we'd like to think that we do. But in the book go through, you know, how do you develop the disease? So we've got leaky gut. We've got the genetic predisposition, and then we've got a triggering event and for women a triggering event might be getting pregnant having a baby starting your period losing your period going into menopause, or Perryman applause or starting or stopping hormonal birth control. And if we're Mona birth control disrupts my diversity, induces intestinal, hyper permeability, which was you know, is commonly known as leaky gut which is once upon a time. Now, it's still being dismissed. I think people are still dismissing it they just need to go to PubMed spend weekend there. But it's it's already got those three ingredients. And then it's a triggering event. Like if you've got the. The genetic predisposition we need to start asking why it is that we're seeing women developed immune disease, and we had the introduction of the pill, and that's part of the mix. Like could that be a player? And how do we test women and monitor women and not something I advocate for it is so short sighted to test labs once we have symptoms. How do you ever know what your normal is? How do you ever know your baseline? Exactly. Oh my goodness. And again, your protocols in here to address a lot of these issues or just so good you just stack it I love that. Because the truth is there is no one-size-fits-all and providing people with a lot of options is of the utmost importance, and I love that you mentioned that the gut might be potentially called the the brain the true brain. It's right now, it's the enteric nervous system. And you know, it's the second brain. But yes. So so amazing the more that you look into this. And I just had Dr Gandhi on recently, and he's talking about this. In this is groundbreaking research. Now that about ninety two percent of the genes in our body are from the bacteria in our bodies. It's not even us. But of course, our our genes, and our genetic weight is much more in a sense. But just thinking about that in in how we relate to our gut microbiome in the bacteria. It's a whole bigger story here. So one percent of your genes is viral. So for people who are like wanting to wage war against viruses. And like, do you understand your? I self. So let's talk about what a what a few things we can do out there in support of the people that we care about. And also for the women that are listening to go beyond the pill. I wanna talk about number number one some potential birth control options. And then what did you some other things that we can look towards and from there? You know, we can go ahead, and and wrap it up which might be a prelude to what you're gonna tell me. Oh, yeah. You better wrap it up. This is like for real though, like so many women are passed the pill, and then there is no discussion about sexually transmitted infections. And so nobody likes it when we talk about condoms, and there's so many options out there. And but I see like the the conversations really changing. I mean, I've had women in their forties. Fifties sixties, tell me like, you know, in my day, and then would say like, I don't do condoms. I just don't do that. And I'm like, okay. Like like like why like you have a choice in that? Like, no, that's not the way that works. But when you hear the conversation is like more men are wanting to be active participants in pregnancy prevention and being sexually responsible. And so as you were talking about with what happened to your wife in a human papillomavirus HP is you know, is the number one cause of cervical cancer number one sexually transmitted infection in your higher risk of contracting that if you're on the pill, and using a condom is a good idea to that's one way, you know, if you don't want to do the pill. You can choose to use barrier methods. That's something that you want to employ. If you go the fertility awareness method route. So I I want to say I I should've started with this is that but the rapid up was just too good. I roll with on the is that like they're the the right birth control for you is is going to have to be a personal decision based on your lifestyle factors, and what's feasible for you. And you may read this entire book and decide it's the pill and you'll be like, okay? Here's what I need to do to stay safe on it. But in chapter thirteen I give you all the non-hormonal options that are out there and available and there's new technologies coming out. We certainly need a lot more. But for Tiffany awareness method is something that's been used for very long time. I was taught to dismiss it. I was taught as a doctor don't recommend it. I mean, you don't you don't wanna unintended, pregnancies. But every type of birth control comes with a side effect and a risk for Tillery awareness method. There's the risk of getting pregnant as you'll read in chapter thirteen when I say the pill. I'm like go see chapters one through twelve go back through and read this book, but for tilting. Tony awareness method is one of my favorite ways to help women get into their body and really leverage their data. I just gotta go. I was just leaving you on the hook Barry. So here's the thing. It is not just a calendar method where you guess like you think. Okay. Every fourteen days. I'm everyday fourteen I'm going to ovulate. But instead, you're tracking your data. So fertile cervical mucus some women assess the position of their cervix, that's a little more complicated. But you can also be take you're going to take your basal body temperature in this as well with really interesting is that with perfect use. It's over ninety nine percent effective, which is the perfect use of the pill, and that was really eye opening when I read that research just last last year in twenty teen the FDA approved the first fem tech device as a contraceptive device. So this is a thermometer. You pop it onto your tongue you take your temperature. It compares your data to a database of other women. And then let's you know, are you in your fertile window or not do you need to avoid unprotected sex. Like are you in or if you want to get pregnant like is this the time to try for that? So Don is do I will say. I do love my fem tech devices. However, we also need to know our body because technology can fail and nothing nothing will ever outdo seeing that fertile cervical mucus being like, I'm in the mood. Oh, yeah. You're about to ovulate like that's a good sign. So for Tillery awareness within we've barrier methods things like the cervical dot can work, but that risk pregnancies really high. So if that's your main goal, that's not going to be the route that you go and then things like the copra UD. That's the only non-hormonal. I you d we have some women have issues within other women do not. When I tell women is no matter what contraceptive you're going to choose track your cycle for several months. Get your baseline labs. If you're going to get the you're going to get you know, you're going to end up getting on the pill. You're going to get a copper you d like whatever it is continue to track your data measure labs again about six months later and ask the question. What's true for me? Is this working for me? And if you go to your doctor, and you say and having new onset of let's say mood. Symptoms, and they're like, well, it's not related you probably want to talk to someone else. Because no one knows your body better than you. Not your doctor not the lab who ran the test not the data. That's one snapshot in time. So this is where we need to see women's medicine go. It's it's ridiculous to me that when I started my clinical practice women recall the up and saying I heard you the doctor who believes women's birth control stories, I want I want to make an appointment. And it was so weird to me. I'm like, why would you say that? And then once I saw in the office with these women and heard there stories of how he got the guy I told my doctor the next month. Something wasn't right. And he told me it's not the ID the IUD say that progestin stays localized. I giggle. I'm like the uterus is not a vacuum container. It never has been and wears his research to back that up and have they actually looked at the metabolites. I mean, there's so many more questions to ask, but it's not women's stories get dismissed, and it's so ridiculous to me. You don't need a research study to believe your patient to believe her expire. Silence. Goodness, so powerful. And you know, it just sounds like such a rogue idea for a woman to actually know her own cycle. You know, and this is something that throughout history was relevant today. The conversation has been skewed. We'll recently today. More women are becoming aware of this. Because there is this, you know, calendar method and you start to learn your body method Tilly awareness. Educators will come hot and heavy on you and be like you did not just say calendar methods. That's okay. I got you. So really understanding in in that fertile window. That's when you use a condom. It's really that. Simple. If you're in a relationship something else. Yeah. You know, go to movie. Not just say. Thirteen something else fund. And so just understanding these simple things and really again just getting back into your body. And this is for everybody. Really because I truly feel that that is the number one goal is to be able to just listen to their feedback from your body on what your body wants to eat which body wants his forest movement. Because sometimes if we just get in this calendar method of like, you know, I'm training this this and this and this and your body's giving you feedback. Like, no, you need to rest or you need to do some active recovery, or whatever it is. And we just keep pushing through, you know, sometimes you can push through and actually break something, you know. And so just thank you so much for sharing this input in this work together. I know that it was an incredible labor of love. But there's so much value in here. And if you could I like, I've got one more question for you. What is the model that you're here to set for other people with how you live your life? Personally. I think you know, big thing is to hold space and to try to understand other people's point of view. It's something that a lot of people have watched the haters who come and then they're always like, you're so nice to them. And I'm like, well, whatever they said to me wasn't about me. And if we can all come to this place, where we hold space to have a dialogue without judgment, and to seek to understand that person's position will also respecting your own boundaries and saying this is this is my boundary. I think that's that's a really big piece of like how I'm trying to live my life going forward, and that and always honoring my truth of like what's true for me. Because that's what I want for all women is to honor their truth and to share their stories. And as you read it in my book, I shared all about my vagina, and that was really hard to do while I was on the pill. But it was something that I like, you know, how many times have you said to a woman share your story because you never know who's gonna hit he'll by hearing it. And so that's a piece is share your truth share your story. And if we can all hold space for that. We have an opportunity to learn and we'll move so. So much faster so much quicker in our knowledge and understanding perfect. Perfect. Can you let everybody know where they can pick up your book and where they can connect with you online. Yeah. So you can be on the pill anywhere that they sell books. You can also get it at my website, which is Dr Brighton dot com. DR PRI J T E N, and that is my name hub where I share a lot of information and free resources. You can also play with me on Instagram at Dr Joe lean Brighton. And then I put out educational videos on YouTube 'cause I know we all learn differently. So you can find me there as well. Perfect. Again. I just appreciate you so much. This is a conversation that needs to be had. And I think he's going to change a lot of lives. And I think this is one of those books is going to have a long ripple effect. And I just appreciate you. Thank you. Well, thank you. For those kind words, I appreciate the work. You're doing in this world and for creating a platform where we can enter into a conversation with curiosity and create an impact on ourselves firstly and then globally. That's what it's all about. Thank you so much. Thank you everybody. Thank you for tuning into the show today. I hope you've got a lot of value out of this pickup this book like yesterday, all right beyond the pill. It's loaded with critical information, and this is a book to give as a gift as well. It's something that's very pervasive in our culture right now when we're talking about birth control, and it's usually prescribed for something other than controlling birth. All right. 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Ferritin and Hypothyroidism

The Dr. Hedberg Show

17:04 min | 2 years ago

Ferritin and Hypothyroidism

"Old fans. Welcome to the doctor Hedberg show for cutting edge. Practical health information for the latest articles, videos and pod cap. Visit Dr Hedberg dot com. That's D R H E B E R G dot com. The information in this show is intended for educational purposes only always consult your healthcare professional before attempting anything recommended in this program. And now, here's doctor Hedberg. Readings everyone. This is Dr Hedberg and welcome to the show today. I'm going to be talking about Fairton and hypothyroidism. Been telling my patients over the last few months. I was going to be reporting on some new information out of Finland on the connection with Fairton and hypothyroidism. So here we go. Now, I have done a previous podcast that's more specifically on the Fairton tasked itself, which is a blood test and the ferrets and test measures. How much iron is stored in your body? So you can check out that podcast or on Dr Hedberg dot com. The articles called the fair and level test. If you want to check that out for some more details, but the ferret and tests like I said, it's basically going to tell us how much iron is stored in your body, which is really key. When it comes to hypothyroidism, and it's a test that conventional doctors really not only never run or hardly ever run. But they don't really interpret it correctly either. Because they just look at the lab range, and the lab range has many many issues that we we know now from the literature, so what are the symptoms of low Fairton weakness, fatigue difficulty, concentrating, poor work, productivity, cold hands and feet, Porsche, or term, memory difficulty. Remembering names dizziness pounding in the ears, shortness of breath. Brittle nail. Dell's headaches and restless legs so you can see there's tremendous overlap there with Hashi motos disease and hypothyroidism, so that can create some confusion now, I do go into more detail in this in my other post on Fairton, but I'll just briefly mention what causes eirne deficiency and low Fairton. So we see this mainly and women because they have some women, especially with hypothyroidism. They have very heavy menstrual cycle. And so every month one a woman has recycle. She loses a fair amount of iron when she bleeds, and if there's heavy bleeding, then there's going to be even more loss of iron blood. Donations are a big factor, pregnancies surgeries accidents gastritis, if you have a lot of inflammation in the gut antacid medication. Nhs like TOMS and private sack Nexium, and those proton pump inhibitors those are a major problem and then seal EAC diseases another big one. So if you have any kind of gut problem like this bios or anything else, even some certain worms and parasites will will consume iron from the food that you eat. So if you have any kind of malices orb tion or gut issue than Fairton can be low, also, if you're a very high level athlete, or if you're a vegan or vegetarian you're at risk for low fares and levels. And so those are really some of the main main causes now optimal fair and levels. This is where the issue is with conventional medicine, the lab ranges are usually around ten to twenty is the caught off the upper end and once fair and gets below thirty. That is. Conventionally considered iron deficiency. Even though the lab rains usually cuts off on the upper end around twenty. Now, the Fairton can be normal say around fifty to a hundred but the patient can actually still be Irene deficient in. This would this is what makes the diagnosis? So tricky. Now this Dr out of Finland doctor Essa soapy as p p I he works in the IRA hospital and Helsinki Finland. He says that optimal fair and levels for hypothyroidism are greater than one hundred and iron therapy should be continued until all the symptoms have resolved. And so he recommends having the fair to level check regularly really no longer than every three months sometimes shorter every month or two, and if you have a fair, he also states if you have a fair and less than seventy five, and and that patient has restless leg syndrome, then they should be considered iron deficient. So this is really interesting because I've noticed in patients over the years with Hashi motos. Hypothyroidism? They do start to feel worse when they're fair and drops below eighty sometimes below fifty and there's usually hair loss once the fair and start to get below fifty. So that's kind of one of the easiest quickest ways the turn hair loss around is getting the fair ten levels backup. If they've dropped below fifty and according to doctors soapy, and he's a medical intern is by the way, he says that ten to twenty percent of menstruating females are deficient. So that's a huge percentage. And that percentage is probably higher in in women with Hashi, motives hypothyroidism. So, you know, Hashi motos Z's, it's very common and those with seal EAC disease and seal EAC disease leads to iron deficiency due to Maui absorption. Also, hypothyroidism leads to low stomach acid, and so that's going to impair the breakdown at absorption of iron in the gut. And also thyroid hormone it's very important for the utilization of iron. So you can see how this can create a vicious cycle, and Dr soapy he also states hypothyroidism based on symptoms is indistinguishable from iron deficiency. So. Again, the the symptoms of classic thyroid disease, fatigue, brain fog, muscle and joint pain, weight gain, headache difficulty, breathing heart palpitations and a rid Nieto's sleep problems a lump in the throat difficulty swallowing restless legs. So there's so much overlap there and a lot of times he states that these women they come in. And they're diagnosed with sub clinical hypothyroidism, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic Lyme, disease, overtraining and burn out despite their blood tests being normal. And so if the Fairton level is greater than fifty with no obvious reason for iron deficiency. Then you we start thinking about issues with the liver, and the kidneys someone can be losing blood and their stool. So there could be issues there in the gut causing bleeding. An iron loss secretary IGA deficiency or Sigei. That's the the middle globulin that lines the gut and the mucous membranes, the sinuses and the lungs and protects you from infections calcium disorders, vitamin D And vitamin B twelve deficiencies so any of those that I just mentioned can also lead to iron deficiency. So why is it so important for the thyroid? So iron is required for the production of the thyroid hormones t four and t three in the thyroid gland. It's also important for the conversion of the less active t for into the more active t three and iron is required for the utilization of T three inside the cell. So it just impacts every single aspect of of thyroid hormone production activation and utilization. That's why it's so important. The other thing is that. So the TSA ch the free T four and the free T three can all actually look normal. And low iron stores will impair the utilization of the firearm hormone in the cell at the receptor level. So it will create a picture that all the numbers are normal. But you still don't feel well because you're fair ten levels are in the tank also research has shown linked to a study in this article that low Fairton levels actually increased the production of reverse t three. And so we know that reverse t three is the inactive form of t- three and the reverse t three will bind to t three receptors and block T three from binding to them. So you're getting hit in multiple ways here because the T three that you are making is being converted into reverse t three. So your teeth rehearsals are going to be lower. And then the reverse d three blocks the t three that you do have. And then the t three that is. Is actually getting into the cell is not even going to work. Well, because you're fair ten levels are low, so there's multiple factors here. And we know that this is also stated in the literature. You can't you can't even accurately make a diagnosis of hypothyroidism, if the Fairton levels are low because there's so many connections there. So low fares and levels they've they've also been linked to the formation of goitres and children. And that's because goiter is just an enlargement of the firearm gland, and that's usually because of iodine deficiency. And the iron deficiency has actually been shown to decrease the effectiveness of iodine supplementation. And so if you have low Fairton, the iodine that you are taking in isn't going to work as well. And you're more likely to lead to a goiter. So really to prevent or properly iron in fares and levels should also be checked along with effective iodine supplementation. If there is a deficiency. Also. And I linked to a study here on the website. So thyroid hormone replacement has been shown to increase Fairton levels quite quickly. Now the question of whether or not to supplement with iron just by by itself or with thyroid medication. That's something you discuss with your doctor. However, if you're not responding to the iron supplementation than you may need prescription thyroid hormone to really kick those levels up quickly. Also when I linked to another study thyroid hormone is required for the proper utilization of iron in the liver. So your liver health should be checked as well. And too little thyroid hormone that's been shown to lower Fairton levels and too much. I read hormone Lincoln grave's disease, which is hyper thyroid ISM, this will increase the Fairton. So as thyroid function drops fair and drops as it increases affairs and levels also increase. And linked to another study that shows hypothyroidism doesn't fact lead to low fare to level. So it's again, it's sort of a vicious cycle. There. Now, if you're fair ten levels are elevated that could be something serious like cancer. So you need to be sure you're working with a skilled doctor with that other reasons for elevated Fairton could be inflammation and acute infection exposure to large amounts of iron lake from water iron cookware or if you're taking iron supplements. So those are all things to be aware of also if you're fair in is really low it that. It could be low also from internal bleeding. You know, like I said earlier you can lose it during her menstrual cycle or a bleeding into the stool in the colon. But you could have some sort of serious illness like cancer that could lead to internal bleeding and that can also lower the fair, Jen. So again, you wanna be you want to make sure you're getting checked out. So I get great results with patients when we balanced their iron and fair and levels, sometimes rapid improvement sometimes just in a few days and once the fair to get back gets back to normal some patients can lower their thyroid medication dose because they just don't need as much, and then some patients are able to they just don't need the thyroid hormone anymore. Once we get the fair, tune backup. And then you just check it periodically and make sure it's maintaining and not not bottoming out again. And usually when the when we heal the gut and the diet is is sufficient with iron, you can keep those levels up. But you also have to correct the reasons for the heavy menstrual cycle. If that is the reason why the fair tuna so low and the heavy menstrual. Cycle is is mostly due to too much estrogen estrogen dominance, not enough progesterone, and that is a pattern that has also connected to hypothyroidism and also gut health. So this is definitely one test that you don't wanna miss if you have harshly motives disease and hypothyroidism now, you also want to have your serum iron checked the ion saturation, and the T I B, the total iron binding capacity to get a better picture of whether or not it's okay for you to supplement with iron and then additional tests or it's called the transparent and the transfer and saturation tests. Those also give us information on how much iron is in the blood. How much is on the red blood cell? And if the red blood cell has adequate room for more iron. So all of those are can be important in some cases as well. So go to Dr Hedberg dot com. This particular article is called Fairton, and hypothyroidism and linked to all the studies that I mentioned in this podcast. So hope that was helpful. Make sure you get your fares and checked and optimize your iron levels. And you could see some major major improvements in how you feel if you have hypothyroidism. All right. 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Ep 130 - Dancing for Drake

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

1:05:16 hr | 1 year ago

Ep 130 - Dancing for Drake

"What's up guys? Welcome with the T. M. G. podcast. This is actually today's episode. Today's free episode. But if you want a the bonus episode that went up today as well you can find that on our patron that's pay dot com slash tiny gang and The the free episode will be Ad Free as well on there so And if not thanks and enjoy this one piece piece. You're eating captain crunch. Oh yeah brother Damn. I haven't had that for years I'd like a little. I like a little captain in my mouth right. I'd like to suck down some captain crunch shirt doodle cap. You WanNa look how we can do anything for captain right now again. That's a little captain for all the best no captains milk. Oh yeah you know. All the cabinet is all done slurp up the milk credit the end until you let me tell you how the captives when it's finished slurped down that Captain Milk Salteri our captains minuting right now. Hold on captains meals while now. That was good. That was really good. Ladies Gentleman Welcome to episode one thirty E. Quarantine Addition Still Corentin S. Yeah how's Paulie he's telling me. Yeah we talk whatever saying so. Yeah what's the deal if someone saw my innocuous tweet you're not really innocuous maybe kind of alarming but Basically on Thursday. He likes woke up in this weird way like he woke up and he was like panting and some sometimes it does that in sleep okay. But then he just started like dry heaving and we were like Oh shit so he puked but the dry heaving was so intense that I guess dogs have a certain nerve that goes through their body and if a dog like a if a dog dry heaves hard enough it can like agitate that nerve in like caused them to like either pass out or almost. Pass out okay So he just looked really week after all the dry heaving so we thought he was like really fucked up. We found out that it wasn't as bad as we thought later but We take him to the vet. They're like yeah he's stable. Everything seems fine They just gave some fluids. We took him home and then the next day he like looked like he was in pain like he just like wasn't really moving. Put My ear to his stomach. And it was making crazy noises. So my eyes kind of fucked up we We went over to a friend's place we left. We put him out in their backyard with their dog just to see like what his behavior would be okay. He just didn't want to play. He was kind of happy but then he just like he. He was like social distancing himself. It was really weird like He. Just go off in a part of the yard and like not be near US. Or you're like DAMN HE'S SMART. We're like wow. He's takings corona virus release so then a tiny little mask on the dog. Moms are going to do that for sure. Oh yeah like little little chihuahuas and shit out him out in the West. I would tiny little dog masks on. Oh yeah sorry on the screen. Recording Real Quick. Nate cut out these claps put in some parts instead so whatever we We take him back to the vet and the vet they do like they do blood work and some x rays like man he's just elevated liver value. We think you should Will you took him to the vet already one time one time and they were like he's fine to see if they said he seems fine. Just Monitor Him. So after the next day we took him after he was like kind of being weird. We took him back and they were like. Oh yeah he's got this elevated value in his liver. Aol T. level and you're like yeah. He loves HE LOVES TO GET FUCKED UP. Yeah this man is drink Hambro. Yeah Oh should we not put Kabukicho in his food? Sorry we've been putting Kabuga all of his food. We thought you know I've been. Yeah I've just been sanitizing him. With hydrogen peroxide every single time becomes in from outside just in case. You know he's got an cronin them. Yeah we just WANNA make sure. He's good yeah so maybe it's just so can through pores so a you know the the values highest. They say you should take him to this place because it could potentially be pancreatitis and that can be bad if it's left untreated. And you just. You don't know the severity and he's a little dog and what fucked me up was the vet sounded like nervous and. I'm like I'm coming here because you know you know you're doing and I think like she was younger. Maybe like newer vet so she was like Yes Lt Level's kind of high Mike. All right you're like what is. What is Lt standpoint? I don't I don't know actually. He's like fucking of link through a text book right there so then. She advises us to take him to. Er Doc and so we take him to the ER center and The plan was to keep them overnight. She didn't really want to do but whatever So we did it and he was there just getting fluids and all that and we picked him up the next day and Man. That place took it out of him. I don't think he's slept for twenty four hours. Really I mean like I they. I don't think they they didn't put any sedatives like on the receipt so I don't think they did anything to sedate him but like if I know Ali Hughes probably like listening to all those dogs and they're like there's definitely dogs barking going crazy and he pissed in his cage and stuff like and I know he's probably just like a white on high alert the whole time when I picked him up he is ready to pass out like he kinda cried when he saw us and then we took him home and he just like when Strasse lockout yeah and he used breathing all crazy like in his sleep. So we're like Dan. The student must have been stressed out. So you kind of even now within two things one. It didn't end up being pancreatitis. They ended up just being like gastritis a form of it. Okay so A weird symptom of gastritis is like they. Dogs can like shit blood basically So now we got him on. This antibiotic Foamy and weird so every time we give it to and makes them so it's not had a good time. Kathleen he's a Goddamn Mess. Right now is energy and stuff is back the thing that really like bugged me that. I didn't realize they were GONNA do. Is they shaved parts of his for like for like. Oh yeah stuff yeah But now it's really funny. They shaved near like his Dick on the underside. So now whenever he shakes out you can hear his meat hitting the underside of you. Said all that's doing flappy shit you know in in. I love you man. Was it you or was it Sarah. Marshall Marshall Talents goes is pretty much like bed. Dude is so funny. Meet slapping himself. First Day Bagley. He was normal. Like Helix shook is a and then I just hear like this like my Bro- is that your fucking. That's so funny. You're like you're like no meat slaps SNA- just I try to get them to show good. Yeah no no now. He's like he's definitely fine like so he. He had pancreatitis. No no it didn't end up being that it was gas but the thing is we did like an ultrasound and the doctor was like hey his liver's kind of small and this value like this t value should come down so they want us to do blood work again in like three weeks because she said that you may have caught like a a liver issue. Early okay. So she's like some dogs this shit you know it could mean nothing just depends so that kinda sucked because like you know. Obviously if it's a bigger issue yeah like I obviously just pick them up and have it be like cool but you know is what it is such as well. I'm glad I'm glad he's good. Thanks sides the shitting blood and foaming at the mouth. I Dunno hardcore metal as fuck dude. I know he's Feral in my house. Bro Restaurant big or just big shoutout to to Benjamin and his siblings or full names These cycles have paid the one thousand for the for the picture to be on set. Now we describe that the first time we have a reward. I Guess Tier Two Thousand Bucks. We put it there because we thought no one would do it and these psychos did it within the first few days or some shit and so we waited to see at the end of the month if it actually went through and did did I don't know if they just forgot to cancel it or what but now we have to print a picture of them and put it on our set but since we were not onset right now because of quarantine We have to edit in Yorkshire to this. They'll just be hanging out with us on screen thing is does this funny but when we're back in studio is still. I WANNA keep it like you know if you've ever paid it. I think you deserve to be on set for yeah definitely forever. Yeah and you can cancel it right after it right after. You only do it once but I'm saying you have to do every fucking month not like you know. It's not like fucking. Yeah Yeah I can't wait 'til we're back in because then we can order like extra cameras and we can like really fucking go hammy. Yeah no I totally agree. I mean this is yeah I this is. This is fun but it's just I. It's not the same as you know. No fucking being in the room. No definitely not the the way. This thing is like shaken out is so strange men. I really even questioned if we're going to be able to go out like in at the end of the year. I don't know if that's GONNA happen due to everybody. Outside is wearing a mask now. Like yeah around here like a now. I go for runs. And everyone exercising's wearing masks to and I'm like fucking should I should I do this? It's so apocalyptic it's really weird. I don't WANNA I don't want to speak on the severity of the colonel virus here there but you know hope hopefully You know I'm just saying these are my observations right now. As you know the only time going outside is to exercise. Yeah and it's just like I'm not commenting on how bad it might be or how bad it isn't but you know the the W. h. Our whatever or the C. Whatever said that everyone should be wearing masks and they are. Yeah everyone is able to like if you people don't have a master wearing like you know these winter like ski. Neck warmers above their thing with like skulls on them and shit like that. I'm like Jesus is a video game with them. Fun Bro. You don't have like A. You're not like an altitude mask from your Olympic bodybuilding. Really going in you. People are wearing crazy. Shit like your like shit that you wear when you like us and stuff like that. You're yet people are walking around with fucking PASA fires in there. They the CDC was like. Everyone should wear a cloth mask. Cdc anime kids were like no worries. Bro. Yeah Yeah it should ready. We've been doing that. Someone got mad at me. 'cause I've ninety five mask. They were like shame on you. You should be giving that to doctors. I'm like I have one I have. That's what my mom said. I have one shoe saying she was seeing people getting shamed all over the place. I didn't buy like fucking. I'm not like these people that have like six hundred in my house. I have fucking one and the rubber band broke so now. I have to wait for seven days for a rubber band bag to come through Amazon. Cut It open and get this shit fastened to the front of my fucking face again but do you wear it when you drive. Yeah and just like I'd only circulate the air like in the car but who knows what that really does that stuff. Yeah you have. It basically is what I'm telling you hate it you have. This hated scares me. Just fucking sad I mean yeah sorry I wanna go outside. We don't have to. I do man every time out there. I'm like I just miss everything no but we don't have to talk about it and you know I've had my fair sort of. I think I've heard all the conspiracies. I'm willing to entertain now announcing the point where I'm like I don't hoax or not do just what the fuck is what is next. What go where does it go from here my see that dark? You've gone no no no I was going to say was I know. Some people believe it's a hoax or some political stunt or whatever. My only thing with that is why would someone. Maybe who smarter than me can comment on this. Why would they do something for? Why would they entertain something in in a way that fucking destroys the economy right? Maybe that bull. Because maybe that's the plan. Yeah key down the global economy. Yeah and then enslave everyone. Yeah rich get richer and It's Bill Gates Dude Bill. Gates's yeah the head of the whole thing. Yeah Yeah I don't know man that. Id Twenty Twenty freaked me out. I'm like why did they have this? Which go to eighty. Twenty twenty dot org. That's like his like Microsoft backed startup. And it's all about like identity. Protection and verification is basically like the chip in your wrist. Oh that's how that's why people they didn't think that Bill Gates is like the head of it but they felt that maybe there are some alterior motive in his sort of being vocal about the krona virus. And how we should deal with it because people are like he has fucking that has had this technology already to digitally certify people. Whoa DUDE I'm talking about man this we gotta do like Shane Dawson. Video on coronal twenty. What is growing conspiracy theories or if they should have just like Google glass and it's like the website looks good with the product is like complete dog. Shit it's like a. It's like a sticker a serial number on a little barcode slap on your neck. It's temporary tattoo. They gotta put warm water. On it. And you have to reapply every three days and it's like a tribal font now when they scan. It doesn't actually work. You just take a fucking like your snapchat which is a Qr code for your snapchat. I thought you digitally certify people. Yeah we have we have your snap by and yeah we're we're working very closely with snapchat on actually. We're not just thought. It's an easy way for people to advertise each other. Snap codes man. I have you been practicing your to see slide. Yeah I've been putting in like a couple of hours every single day Yeah I'm almost there. Yeah like it looks smooth. But it's like you know exiting it. It could be better. You know like I get the Tuesday slide but then like after you know in the video where he kind of does a little dance in the foyer or whatever like right after he's done Tuesday sliding that I'm not quite like that you can really add your own flair there and I just don't quite have yet so I'm still working on it though. I waited till everyone was locked in a house to do. Yeah he at university he probably started working on the song right as quarantine started. He was like this is it. Yeah did you look at pulled? The video just muted but pulled the did you watch the music video. Yeah I did you see. It's fucking house. His house posts his his his Busse. Ucs Busey Drake's Busey. I hate that he used this fucking like youtube lyric video font as they now. I looked so like fake. I know it's like do we. GotTa Talk About Quebec too. Oh Yeah Yeah we we talk about that after. Yeah his house is insane. This dude is not in quarantine. This dude is in like. He's in a museum. Yeah like this shit is like a government building. No it's way nicer than or you're talking about like a Building yeah just like structure and look at this shit. I know it's ridiculous how I would be. I would be scared to even walk in there. I feel to go. Floors are worth more than entire neighborhoods. I don't really get living in a house like this because this wouldn't feel like a home to me. Oh it feels super cold. It feels like a regular Super Nice Hotel. Doesn't it like in Dubai or something? Yeah or even you know. Just like a Boutique Hotel somewhere either. Way that while I loved about this dances. It just is is he right there. That's talking about afterwards see. Yeah he's adding his own thing there you know. That's the opportunity for us to input are creative idea. I'm still writing. The dance itself stood this show on the couch screams. Boredom I think like you know. They said he consulted with like dancers for this song. And who said that a drake did he. Apparently he like consulted with dancers. When making this song. Where'd you read that? Let me let me look it up right consulted dancers for twosies lad And that's the best. They could come up with what I was saying. I'm left foot up right foot. Slide should is boring as hell. It SIMPLER THAN ANY WEDDING DANCE. But May yeah here here. He turned to a few dancers for help. To see a onto. An Heike are popular dancers. Oh okay sorry I didn't realize fucking Tick Tock. Creators never mind. Well I got baited debated fucking needed. All I'm saying dude is like once we master this back to see a lot of talks from me in the next week. Let's say I get this. This dude lives in a fucking like consulate building. This is crazy. He he lives in the embassy. Drake it's just drake Canadian embassy and the only ambassadors just Drake Qadam Dude. He represents the nation of of Drake in Canada. That's so is based in Toronto. Right I mean yeah I. I assume he lived nowhere else unless this isn't like Calabasas which I doubt but I think he has a place in Calvin who gives a fuck gives an absolute fuck. What a fucking luxury. This guy lives in his Goddamn White House building. And he's like I feel like making more money and then he just makes this song and then he hits a tick tock creators news. Like what's what would you like in a dance? I wonder even this input and he was like no. What about right foot up left foot slide? What about that? Yeah or like they're like ants and he's like that's it then we'll do it on the other side now. They've probably like gave him some dance that he couldn't do. I can't do that. They're probably like you could do this with your knee and get low and then like now. I'm not doing all that and then body roll and then he's like on your own body. Roll Dark Shit Someone DM me they go. What the fuck is this and the Tick Tock? Url had tween hype house in it What yeah and so I click it and it's clearly just a bunch of like nine and ten year olds like this. They're all on the thumbnails. My I'm not gonNA fucking spend too long on this and then I saw a close it and then I'm like who the fuck is running this account so like opened back up and there's like nothing in the bio and I go to their instagram. And it's got like some ads like some other kids and like they're all private. I'm like okay like I suppose they're real but it just like creeped me out. Because I'm like what if there's some fucking Weirdo running this account just like posing as kids and shit. I duNNo. Tween house Tween hype house. I mean even even if it's not if it's real then at some parents just explore like what are they doing driving their kids to the house and having them all film together and then it's not like that they're just borrowing the name hype house but they don't actually live in a house is just like the pages really weird. It was like a audition to be in the tween hype house. Oh No yeah. Yeah oh no. Yeah Yup God yeah. I'm like searching on. I'm just trying to search this shit. Don't go too hard. Certain SEARCH TERMS. Ed End Up on a fucking. Why the fuck my searching this just different iterations tweens tween hype house. Many take talks Bro. Sweet teen speaking of That type of media What call of duty on duty? You're addicted man. I'm impressed I'm impressed. I love it I love it. We'll talk about in a second. Yeah he's gone now I just have to. I have to bring up what I told you yesterday but our boy Ben has found some of the funniest porn. Like just titles. 'cause you know like were they real no he actually finding these sales like you can lose. Oh he's he's watching porn finding the just seeing these in the in the sidebar and then sending them to you Not as he's going. I would hope so he finishes up finishes up and saves it and then at a later time he goes. Hey while I had my dick out. I found this piece of media right. He's like I want to let you know though it's not out right now. Yeah it was but not now but not we can laugh over these together now and I know that like happen. Captains milk has been distributed. I think porn is hit like the NASTIEST. It could go. I think I think I think porn can't get any grocer than it is now right like they have everything like everything right. But now we're getting. I feel like it's been this way you you've heard of foreign title of this before but the fact that these weird like psychological scenarios or like the hot thing is. I think proves we're beyond the point of costumes and pain and the physical intensity right like you're saying that now it's like you know feed that inner oedipus complex Get that ETA pussy. Yep So the first one is your bullies. Hot Mom grinds take Dan. That's dope actually right. That's good one if I fucked my bullies. Mom that's great. Why didn't this be? Why didn't this like come before the physical stuff right you would think it would start here and then go to like you know. Gaping right that to me is more natural progression gaping missile inside. Cuban Latina Yeah you know. Ak The Cuban missile crisis. All right Nice body swap accident. Okay now it's getting now. It's getting crazy we talk freaky Friday stuff. Yeah Body Suadi Swab make accident come in her mouth. Which I don't understand I I don't I don't get that one at all. So whose body did you swap in. Do Oh oh maybe you swat into the dude. That was fucking her and then oh she didn't want to come in her mouth and new game in her mouth. Okay because you were different guy. Only become your dad and now dot COM. The Mall said on that one. Thank you very much one second just just all right was the third one. My Stepson's orgasmic. Touch never tell you I went down this long. Ama read it anyone. That's ever actually done incest. Like what was it like? All the stories were fucking like catastrophic. None of them were like okay. That's cool. You know like a because people always say like oh if he was a second cousin who's selling what so. Then why is it such a fetish I don't know but all the stories I remember that. Ama were like yeah. I banged my second cousin and now all of our family members cut us off when we don't talk to each other anymore and I had to change my name is Lee just like really dark heavy shit and you're like well is there. Anyone is there anyone like actually fucking their step mom No everything I had read was like weird like family reunion stuff like hill. Then that's why they thought they could get away with it because it's like. Oh actually related shit actual incest. Yeah I don't remember I don't know man I I don't know what attracted man I would never fuck it sibling or of I would've never do incest honestly honestly I. I know that's kind of a weird opinion but yeah I don't I don't know about you man but I just don't know if I could ever really fuck my brother. Yeah I'm not really into you know Family fucking with no. We should do it like morning hosts and I and I can tell you. This cody ponce this with absolute confidence. I personally would never. Okay never have sex with my sibling. Oh Oh no agreed. I'm with you one hundred percent. Yeah I would never ever fuck a family member universally and you know that. That's a family member. Sorry Sorry Radio Buddy who? I know potty mouth today I woke up on weird side of the bed. Not Sisters bed right now. Of course not no. I would never freak her all right coming up next. We have The Blues Brothers and backstreet boys are the last one and this is the best one. I can't take it anymore. I fucked my stepsister. Asked during confinment containment A. We got cody without one confinement. I can't take it anymore. Yeah I can't take it anymore. I can't take it anymore. I have to fuck her. Means that can mean anything that can mean like they already were fucking. I know but now he just wanted to asshole and he can't take it anymore. I need to fuck her ice. In confinement someone fain confinement like with A. Yeah so you know. I intended to bring his payment. Oh you right. I couldn't walk her ass and confinement. I have to cook rice in confinement. Oh show shy for Kershaw. All moved to full hole in confinement. I have to fork over and I'll tell you what a ham ham fucking confinement am so look so I'm GonNa let me Faulk. Your poop shoot had every intention of bringing this up today but I got a magic someone reading my mind. They send me screen cabinet go. Damn Michael Reaves fell off. And I'm like what the fuck is this because all my Whatever is marcus sensitive so I open it and there's a porno with accounting. Michael reaves six in the video is like to fuck mysexy. 'cause nobody and it's him whatever it was actually him and we're like. Oh that's why you know so I didn't WanNa know by the way people keep asking us what's up with Michael reaves episode. He's he's a busy man. Yeah Yeah and we thought it was going to happen. He told Kyle that he was interested. And then I mean whatever the whole fucking the Corentin happened dude. He's like how old how old is he? He's like twenty one like Zell twenty willing. We're the ones that are old and we're like we planning should a month in advance news Yeah don't do that. No I know it's fair but you know still we still want them to do the fucking show. He just kind of kind of kind of ghosts at us a little bit so Michael. If you're watching do little social pressure I'm a fan. I WanNa fuck and talk to you know. Just talk to me Michael. I want to do the show. And so you know kind of hurt. Her feelings a little bit. You'RE GONNA win goes on us. Yeah I mean Yeah. He hurt me a little bit that you say that when you listen to. Tuesay slider thinking about Michael Reeves by a code. Yeah Nah now just thinking about something. Sustain like be dealt with like we. We're here with someone who knew I was just thinking about like a an old an old friend. Let's just say that someone who switched up on dog speaking by the way dude? I'm not talking about porn anymore for This episode but when I tell you I have something for the bonus episode and I'm he's in that now because it's going to be deep cut. You're going to go. What the fuck you will not believe it you really. You actually will not believe it okay. Well let's just remind I'll remind you. Oh you don't have to. We got it okay. You're you're okay. You're is hot on my desk right now. Okay Anticipation Hi. I'm stoked for this anyhow On the I all I want to stay on the topic of Michael Reaves Zero saw this dude. He reminded me of like an older. His videos are kind of like an older Michael Reaves. His name is hold on. He was training. Sra let's see if it's still there Oh did you see this busters? Nope not that. What was his name? Tom Fucking HAL dude. You're talking about the English guy. Yeah Yeah because he had that trending video of him building that bunker hold okay So yesterday's one was Yeah find his name on his full name so that I can plug Oh. His videos are really cool. Yeah they're all like technical video. Essays Colin Firs Colin Firs-. Yeah this No no not this guy F. U. R. Z. E. Know it's not. This guy is not it is the his name. Is Tom Scott? Tom Scott Tom Scotto God. I've seen this guy videos though no I have. I mean he's been around forever. He's fucking huge like in that category. He's built like such insane shit. He's built like Real Wolverine Claws So he makes like robots like physical things. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He's like yeah. You make that type of shit but the stuff he makes is like scary. So this this shit you build as wrong it will fuck you up. How many subs does he have? He's massive. He's not almost ten million jobs. Damn Tom Scott so he does more. He's a programmer so he does more like technical. I honestly like I. I really like his like his videos is the way they're written and they're just kind of fun to watch. If you're into more of like a video that will make you. I mean I guess maybe just for us because we were programmers to. Yeah no I mean he by anyway so he had this. He had this video on trending yesterday. That video is called. It's his most recent one. I'm pretty sure if you go to. His pages says this video has five million three hundred fifty three thousand six hundred forty eight views and if you go to wait it has that exact amount of US actually not anymore Six fifty five so he wrote some bought that basically like uses YouTube API to update the title of his own video. With how many views? The video has so it constantly changes as it goes up which is like a really great idea. It's like a novel idea. No one's ever done before for some reason it's fucking awesome in the whole video is him about the way that technology eventually dies like. Api's get outdated and everything eventually what's interesting is a really like. I don't know it was like a really insightful. Weird little like poetic video essay that it's like had this cool little like widget built on top of it and the title changes is supposed to be like As you just discussing Alec Technology evolves like some black. Yeah okay all right. No and then he's the whole yet. It's mainly that but he's you know he's standing in front of this giant giant cliffs or whatever and his his point. He ended his like everything eventually. Everything eventually dies I mean. These cliffs will dissolve. But like doesn't mean that you shouldn't doesn't mean it can't have meaning when it's there. Oh Yeah Yeah Fair. Fair all right. So Scott Ted talk. Yeah No. This is really cool profile. I Love Oh you've seen them. Yeah one of the early videos I watched. This is like a long time ago but trying to find it. I'm on his channel. Now he was talking about the fuck was at haunt Ovilla. Find it I love that. He has nailed his branding. A red t-shirt. Yeah it's like so so simple but he just makes the point to where that shouldn't yeah. There's videos What the fuck was this Tom? Scott Yeah I love. His Grace Scott the way. He talks to the cadence of everything he says yet. Great there was no cuts in the video. Pretty much And I'm not going to be able to find it but anyway doesn't matter. I just thought it was really cool. The title was updating. 'cause when I clicked on it on trending it had the same amount of us as the title said and I was like. How in the fuck did he guessed that? How did he guess that? When I watched this video it would have that amount of us and I was like. Oh my God. I'm such a fucking idiot. Man I still trying to find us via it doesn't fucking matter who cares So speaking of trends and trending. Yeah it's time for a good ole relationship. Oh Yeah we haven't done one of these in a long time. This is the funniest one I've seen in a minute right. Read it my twenty five male girl for twenty four did not appreciate my reaction to seeing her naked. There's currently this trend on the tick. Tock APP of girls surprising there man by walking into the room naked and filming the reaction. I've seen these videos before. Normally the reaction is the man gets a smile on his face and they obviously get it on. Its cheesy romantic funny whatever. My girlfriend is working from home during the pandemic and I work hospital. I got home from a twelve hour shift of potentially being exposed to cove in nineteen and just wanted some beers and to go to bed. I guess my girlfriend thought she would get the same reaction when I walked in the door and saw her naked. I barely had enough energy left to give any reaction let alone a good one. I basically just told her. I appreciated the gesture but I was exhausted. Oh she got moody at me and basically and she got moody at me. Basically comparing all these other talks where the man gets excited to see their girl naked. I told her all the take on working from home. Not Walking in the door after a twelve hour shift in a hospital during a pandemic she then took doesn't insult at the fact that she's currently working from home. No says is having a couple of days ago. She's acting like I don't find your sexy at all and giving me sarcastic answers. What do I even say? What a horrible situation. The everyone involved. The insecurity is through the fucking roof on this one. Holy Shit Oh shit dude how how was I would? I was thinking about that watching these on talk. I was like imagine how many of these didn't go the way that they wanted them to go. Like for Everyone. That was posted. That was funny and good and had a lot of lakes. There's like thirty. That didn't work out that I would go walked in the room. Naked in person was like you know what I'm saying. I wanted to do with the Lino. Where like one or two? Or she walks in and either one. I get really fucking angry. Period Gamer rage and put a hole in the drywall. Because so mad. She interrupted my or the second one she walks in my. I'm already jerking to what I don't know a car A picture of a cars. It's it's just a car from too fast you've year and my desk is in standing mode and my pants are fully on the floor like fucking six-year-old paying at a urinal. David did on Take Talk. Word now lay comes down the towel throat. Drops pugh a just jacking off to a picture of her naked. She's like Hey oh okay what get out. You still upset. Yeah Yeah God Damn Bro. You're fucking dude gets home. He's he's probably like in the scrubs his face has got to be on his face. You know that he's fucking exhausted. He's not I mean it's a yeah but I do now at the same time. It's like you can't yeah. I mean like listen. I don't think you can blame her for like getting naked and expecting him to like react positively but I think you can blame her for fucking filming. Take talk and expecting a reaction for the camera. Yeah Yeah you know when he comes home from a twelve hour shift of probably the most stressful work. You can do right now. And she's sticking a camera in his face being like. Can you just do this for the for? Tick Tock for my on Vidh. Then it's like that's Kinda fucked but if she walks in and she's like. Hey Lemme Lemme fuck you. Make this better you know. Then that's not really that bad gesture. No and then he was on tired I would. Let's just do it tomorrow. Then that's fine you know. Yeah no I mean. But it's her bringing a fucking camera in there and being like this. Do this for the for the talk I guess blur the two because I feel like she's only naked because it's talk. Yeah that's yeah that's yeah that's the same thing but yeah. I guess that's where I do fucking like like this. I don't know that's a bit. That's a lot if you come home from a twelve hour anything you know what I mean you walk in the someone's bought ass naked with fucking go. You're like Oh get come on. Get you like A. She's like Latin Latin Gal grounds. I'm amount you gate. Starts Weapons leg small? You'll speaking of come on get well. We we go hard on this for a little bit longer but this is so funny that she is being petty towards him because he didn't WanNa fuck after working. Twelve hours of a pandemic was so funny to me is pretty wild. That's pretty fucking wild especially to be on the front lines where you're like seeing die and shit all day. You're probably seeing like the most Morbid Shit people dying alone. Oh boy you read any of those stories of like nurses like having to be the like basically the inbetween for people dying. Yeah Man. They're all getting Getting after this apparently. Yeah I'm like. Ps PTSD therapy. Yeah well how many people can you sit there and you know whatever we got nurses Shit L. Listen to the show. We don't WanNA put them off. No I'm just thankful wait. Wait wait you say we can say that we can say that we can say thank you. Thank you for sure. How about this though? Okay Ready Ready. We gotTA fucking double whammy right here. Okay okay Dude is getting Cova Treatment Right. He's not dying but he's in bad shape and he looks to the nurse and he's on the ventilator he's like my girlfriend keeps trying to face time he can you just facetime for me the nurse really care of course of course and he faced times his girl and Bam girls just she's got the phone setup she's laid back on the bed naked oh no she's Dj in her shit and you're like Oh wait hold on now hold on. It's for Tick Tock. It starts smile baby. It's for Tick Tock Dude. That's the never mind. Never mind what I was GONNA say. That's the next challenge is own not walking naked naked facetime naked. Cova challenge just saying just saying you know you never know now. Good good good. Never walked in my in my on my hubby and my wife and I was jacking off to walk in the room already. Masturbating masturbating part. Sorry no no. If it's your partner I think and you have a mutual level of understanding. Yeah that's true. That's true if you've been with someone breath that's the funny thing is like you know it like you know. I'm sure if you do that shit in the first year or two. It's like cute. It's funny if I did that too. Alina right now. She was smack. My dig and be like I have to work. I get that fucking shit out of here man. I'm working get that fucking puny thing away from me fucking peashooter out of here. Are The United. Stand there while she's writing email just like jerking and she'd be like no. Nice Dick Loser do your she starts bullying you. Oh Oh that's supposed to turn me on. Turn me on an eight years. Go like oh how you're you walk in trump. It's so small. I didn't think it could get any smaller. I must be freezing in here. They they what the fuck. She's you with a spray bottle no down to get out. St- it's out out back in your whole. That's funny deep bro. So you're sitting there and just imagining a nurse holding a fucking facetime of girl. He's outsider bugging due to coach. They can't wait for you to come home. He's out dude. It's funny anyways. We should do the I might. I might start the opposite trend. I might walk in the living room full snowsuit. Yeah and get a reaction. Yeah fully clothed Away to clothes challenge. Yeah like you walk in with fifty shirts on but your Dick is still out. Yea always and it's like it's like there's so many layers it's just the head poking. Yeah there's so many boxers on that you know it just doesn't get it like your partners. I with what like come on you see it. It's called the glory Hole Challenge. Jesus and going nuts. I'm like laughing like anyone thinks they could fuck in due time. You know what I mean like. If you think this is bad imagine actually being in jail like what do you mean like people like toys love is like fuck imprison? It's like being in jail. It's like really yeah. You don't see people saying that Shit. No no it's like you can still go outside. Yeah you know these granted. These are like minor opinions like this is not the majority opinion. Like I've seen a few people on twitter. Say they've compared this to fucking prison. I'm like Oh my God how how. You fucking serious. How does like the lady you saw the lady said Karen is a slur? I saw that. Oh my God I mean who did and it was trending but I was. What did she say? I didn't read it screened cap. It might have been so just like annoyed with the fucking Shit that I just didn't care. Yeah who thinks that this isn't like prison is six nine. Oh 'cause he has been there and now he's home. What what an absurd does he like commented on something on on his instagram with his instagram account. Now what he say. He commented on some press release on someone snitching and he was like. I got you or something like that. It was a joke. Okay okay but He's like logged into his instagram. It was real. It was fucking real. How Weird is that? He gets released on on April Fools Day. Forty years ahead of schedule man during fucking pandemic. How crazy is that guy's life story man? Charlemagne was Charlemagne safe. Six nine gets out. I'll also somebody's Dick or something. Did He really yeah? And all these I mean I forget the exact quote. It might be passed the timeframe but bro. I mean I'm fucking I'm sitting here to suck and I'm sitting here with my foot in my mouth. I was sitting there saying like. Oh He's never get now he's GonNa wait forever and this and then this out how he's out it's so wild and dude you know the first songs in a lot of hate and people like the and then the next one that I was going to blow the fuck up you think is gonNA eating. Yes Yup guaranteed. Yeah Actually Yeah. Guaranteed and if it doesn't matter if it doesn't I will suck a Dick. I'm kidding I'm kidding. Just the I've said this before the bug. An inverse John McAfee dislike Dune. Weird like this quarter lands on heads. I will suck what what no one's asking you to do. Ask Suck it man. I want about dude okay. Fine you think I won't. I will come on. Come on big guy got scared to second Dick now. I bet you that I was going to blow the fuck up so you think it. Will you think he's GonNa Pop? Though you know what he should do is do like a first day out freestyle first day on him pointing fingers at all these people. Yeah Way Bro. Can you take a quick pause? A yeah what fucking. Shit is prairie dog and hold on what happens. You can't wait five minutes. I can't do it okay. Back back sorry. Sorry yeah I know I know I know. I know you would've thought I could have held it but no no go. I understand how understand anyway a Julie Bendall was the one? Does anyone else think? Karen is a slur Or the Karen. Slower is woman hating and based on class prejudice class prejudice. Yeah 'cause Karen is used again. It's used to describe You know suburban soccer moms or you know. I need to speak to the manager haircut. People you know yeah classes and woman hating you could be a dude and still be a Karen. Yeah you can like Karen is is is more Sustain of a slur. Come on Bro. Rio Karen is such a harmless in Seoul. Yeah it just means you can complain about everything it just yeah right yeah or just like it's just. Yeah I don't know just Karen you know everything is lost. Meaning that's that's what's happened. The Internet is everything. Yeah do you have any hot pressing news? I had something fucking. We were flowing dude. You're poop I know I know I pulled a you man. I know what we because the last five minutes chatting about 'cause it's been resolved but Dana white trying to buy a private island the host UFC events. That is straight out of a video game. Seriously I like I like I like Dana. White is one of those people where you know. Most people have ideas or think these crazy thoughts and they're like now. This is not possible. Dana white like doesn't have that filter. That's like no you can't that's why he you know what I'm saying. Yeah we should get a private island is like let's do it. Let's make that happen. Well I think it was like legitimate because I think he was anything I think. He was brainstorming specifically around getting foreign fighters out somewhere to fight. Let's see like but I mean the globe is affected by this. So what do you mean well So I wonder if if you have a private island. Wonder if somehow he was able to charter like private charters. If you wanted to get could be to fight Tony you know could he potentially could be bad of Russia by way of a private charter or something like that. I don't know I'm yeah. I see what was being my ass but I thought that's what that was his thought process with the fucking private island. What if they got to the private island and it was like a smash Bros level like it was like a three story? Concrete thing with tree. They had to fight on blue like jumped down levels. And Yeah Yeah I think they settled on Indian casino so they are doing the fight. Yeah it set in tribal land in California which fight. That could be fight now. The could be out. It's now Tony Ferguson. Verse just engaged in which I think is going to be a solid fight. I think in reality. I don't know if I don't know if there could be Ferguson. Fight would have played out like everyone was hoping I mean you. Hope that it's going to be like crazy banger. But could be just so fucking good man Anyway Yeah So. I think they're going to do it at a it. Dana White's not this is the latest but he's not confirming what Indian casino. They're doing it at but that makes sense because tribal land is they have their own laws and shit. Yeah so they can let that should happen do day. They must be charging them. Big fucking money to put that on. Probably so they're gonNA make way more. Imagine how many people are going to buy that paper view. Oh Yeah Yeah. People want sports you've seen all the fucking twitch race car events and stuff now yeah Do twitch sorry go ahead. There was a there was a NASCAR event and there was a Formula One event with Formula. One event from what I recall went really bad because that game buggy is fuck but I was gonNA say twitches up like crazy right now. Must Be Yeah. Yeah I'm seeing it everywhere man like people that you wouldn't even think like just everyone's streaming is crazy. Yeah yeah no for sure for sure poppin What is it what are these? I got these other streaming platforms are they. Did they ever have a shot of like legitimately competing like the one that Pudi pie streams on VAT was some deal with? What's it called again? Let me look it up. Hold on I have it right here. It's it's D- live. D Live unfortunate name only fans were dudes. Yeah the C. D. Live right. Now they have about seven. Call it call. It cost twenty thousand people watching on this platform that is in total. Yeah because their biggest one is chatting and the biggest one there is A. Let's see now. Oh fuck does eat. There's no dominant stream. It's just all like small streams what the fuck is this. It wasn't he an investor in D. Live or something. He's got seventy two viewers now. Pudi by no the the the biggest guy in indy. Live thing and just chatting yeah. Programming programming live. That's crazy well programmers or you can excel. D Live haunt. Mixer is that the biggest are Ninja and shroud. Ninja has five thousand while shroud has more viewers. He's got ten thousand which is impressive For Mixer Yeah. I don't I don't know if if any of these platforms really compete. They would have to start getting a lot more than just a couple of guys on the platform and I don't. Yeah if the cost is really. I don't know I don't know if it's worth it but I guess if you're if you're sort of purchasing fan bases if that's the idea but then again like if let's say for example let's say Someone from Youtube is like all right. I'm uploading on facebook permanently. A lot of people are gonNA think. Well I I watch a lot of people on Youtube. I'm not going to log into facebook just to watch your videos. Yeah yeah so yet is wonder if it's going to end up being like a youtube situation where there's just no competitors and they will have their way with Adverti- which what he does that Shit you know. Yeah Oh completely i. I don't see it possibly changing I think twitches too big go ahead no no too big streaming in like someone was like. Have you seen the Ezra Miller video of like chokes a fan and I was like and I was like no and I brought it up and everyone's like to us US House. Like what and it's like you know video is like it's not like nudity or anything. It's just him putting his hands are like it's like he. I don't know like tackles a fan or something. Like that is pretty fucking weird. But it's not like it's nothing crazy you know. I think there's like an God. I what do I gotta do? Read the terms of service and know what can and can't do tell us is no and that was like always the biggest complaint with twitches that people feel that it's the Tijuana's enforced on a you know on the basis like there's there's actually like you or not. Yeah you getting away with all that Shit and you know technically Amaranth should have been banned for like Jim. But that's not her but clips of do there were people re uploading or showing the clips of throwing her cat and they got banned but she didn't get banned. Yeah now that's all those wild so yeah. I think it's just more about being careful when every dude whenever there's twitch admins and my I like I get really fucking uncomfortable. How do you know they are? They're verified like a certain way Chile always lets me know Adleman here. So I'm always like do not swear. Yeah I'm Mike. Welcome to this Christians. Yeah welcome to boy defined today. We're talking about getting closer to Jesus not even go there. I really basic today. I want to dive into this. Subject of sharing is caring and how it's nice to Yeah share share your food out of the Stream for the next three hours. Show you how to share food. They're like this guy's stream fucking sucks out here. They're gone all right calm and on that note all right. They're gone cool. Who SIP and captains milk right. We're going to give him some cabins milk in a minute here on the okay. Yeah I wanNA hear this alright. Thank you guys. Everyone for listening. Thanks for listening to another quarantine episode guys if you're still watching the show and listening and we WANNA say thank you to To Benjamin Benjamin here siblings will get your names on the next round. We appreciate you guys. Yeah we will honor our your commitment to the show and then some They must come to a live show because the she's got the one of the torch shirts on Let me see right No I think we sold that one just as but they look and they won the Toribio shirts. Yeah that's great so yeah all right you guys they soon. Tmz POD DOT COM if you WANNA get some merch and stay safe resolvable Dave. Yeah peace leader.

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Is Brain Fog Caused By Your Microbiome? with Dr. Todd LePine

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

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Is Brain Fog Caused By Your Microbiome? with Dr. Todd LePine

"Coming up on this episode of the Doctors Pharmacy, certain foods may trigger brain fog. And it is something that I think is intimately connected to the gut. Welcome to the Doctors Pharmacy I'm Dr Mark Hyman pharmacy with an F. F. A. R.. A. Place for conversations that matter and today we have a special episode of the Doctors Pharmacy. Housecall with one of my colleagues from the Ultra Wall in the center Dr Todd the pain. You probably know by now. WHO's an extraordinary position? He's been a doctor medicine longer than I have. which is a long long time? He graduated Harvard Medical. School he teaches all around the world. He's one of the smartest guys I know, and he's just an awesome physician and we get to talk about some really interesting cases today. Today we're GonNa talk about brain fog now. That's not something I learned about medical school. There was no class brain fog. There was no is CD ten diagnostic code brain fog, but it is a real thing that people experience and most doctors dismiss so in traditional medicine. We don't really have a way of thinking about it actually. Accept it is really really common, and when people have it, they noted as I've had it I'm sure you've had it and it's not a fun thing. You feel like you're walking through silly putty. You can't focus. You can't thank your brains all foggy, and it's very difficult to get through the day, and there's so many different causes of it, so talk to me in general about. Sort of skip the part where what traditional medicine does with brain fog? Because maybe they'll give you an angry press in. Maybe they'll i. don't know to. Ignore you, but what would what would be the major reasons that we're seeing this pandemic of brain, dysfunction and brain fog today, so brain fog is really a symptom like cough, so cough can be caused by a cold bronchitis pneumonia post, nasal drip asthma thing so you got to figure out what's driving it and there is no the ten code brain fog You know you might call it. You know altered mental status, but oftentimes it's story, and that's the really interesting thing and I've seen patience where they'll. Get brain fog when they're in a certain building. They'll get brain fog after they've had a certain meal. You know they'll. Certain foods may trigger brain fog. and. It is something that I. Think is intimately connected to the GUT. The. We'll talk about that at this particular case is gut. Fermentation is oftentimes they cause for brain fall like bugs fermenting the food. You're eating creating all snapchat. Yeah and I. I don't know I don't know if you've had patients who've had. This is a really interesting because I have patients come in, they say I feel like my gut is just like bloating fermenting and that's exactly what's happening, so there's there is a conditioner. Just recently had a patient who had auto brewery syndrome. Yeah, I've seen your own like beer factory. When you WanNa hear what what do you do you take sugar and you add yeast, and you can actually produce alcohol and I've had a couple of cases where it was missed. Actually not just the recent finances, not just east in the gut. That do this also clubs yellow bacteria. So both bacteria in yeast can actually produce these compounds which are toxins, all is a toxin us when you get drunk or toxic aided, and you'll actually produce alcohol and other toxins which affect your brain. Never really had that insight before you. That word intoxicated your toxic toxic. Toxic. Talk I'll explain to. Figure that out exactly. Exactly but I think that you're what you're saying is very true that two times in my life when I've had severe brain fog one was when I had mercury poisoning. Thirty twenty five years ago and my gut was a mess because the mercury poisoned my God I had terrible bloating distension diarrhea. And the second time was more recently when I had mold toxicity and I, had C., diff, and also had colitis and gastritis, and my whole got was a mess and I had severe brain fog, and it was pretty debilitating could barely focus answering email talked to. Somebody can't concentrate on trade at all. and people think Oh, that's just sort of in head it's. It's not in your head. Maybe stomach was manifesting, and that's the whole thing is and we you know we had these artificial boundaries between the brain and the body and the mind they're all interconnected in and brain. Fog is a real. It's a real phenomenon, and then you have to sort of figure out what is what's doing it the other thing that's. Interesting I see with some people with brain. Fog is just gluten dairy. And I, I tell patients that you know. The most one of the most addictive foods is pizza. The reason for that is that pizza has gluten in it. You can eat a whole pie. It's one of the foods that I I'll occasionally indulgent. I don't have it that often not the best for you, but you have my cauliflower pizza with Shiite. Healthy. But the to foods which are interesting, is that gluten and dairy both get broken down the proteins in those Get broken down into Casey morphines including Amorphous. In case. You're more fans. Are the ones from dairy glue more from gluten and those have morphine. So you literally? A, little. Get a little a little high. You get a little fog in the brain. And it also can cause cravings and It can sort of make you sleepy. You eat it, and then you get a little, little, little sleepy from also. And that's. When children drink breast milk, they go to sleep effort the league. The conch out I mean that's because of the morphine like action in milk. Yeah, so that's true I think. It can be our diet. It can be a food sensitivities, gluten and dairy, which are really common and often people going on on the nation. We'll have an immediate relief of brain fog is. Something that you don't know you have into you. Don't have it anymore. Sometimes, people just think of this sort of slow decline of cognitive function. They're not realizing that it's actually. Something that can be reversed, and it can be very quickly so. the second thing. Is You know? The the factors that are in the gut. Bacterial, overgrowth east overgrowth. We call this bios can also lead to a lot of cognitive issues, because you're connected to your brain and that causes. This fact when the bugs are out of balance, and it drives inflammation, and then you get inflammation in the brain essentially is what causes brain, definitely when the other important thing I think I talked about this last time is that the blood flow from the gut has to go through the liver? And the reason for that is this filter all of the toxins that are there, so there's some there's a lot of immune cells. The copper cells liver and a lot of filtering processes. Detoxification takes place in the liver prior to the blood from the gut, then going into the systemic circulation so sometimes you'll have in addition to A. Leaky Gut, you'll have problems with detoxification in the liberate Selm, and that's an example of that is the condition. Paddock in simple of which rainfall that's. Essentially talk about that. What is that for people who don't know what that word I learned I learned and I mentioned this before, and it was one of the things that really stuck with me. Is I worked at the VA hospital. There are a lot of alcoholics and when you are not a Holic, basically, turn your liver into into a pickle pickle liver trash your. Your liver, you trashing liver, and then you're not able to detoxify, and I would typically see this over and over where patients had cirrhosis of the liver, and they're liberal was not able to detoxify, and they they they would eat foods, especially high-protein type meals. They would get paddock, uncivil apathy and literally go into a coma, so they would get delirium. Confusion absolutely brings fog rainfall. Steroids and the reason is it was coming from their gut, and what? I found so striking when I started learning about functional medicine was here was a condition in medicine. That we knew how to treat. By fixing the Gut, we gave people antibiotics to sterilize their gut to kill bacteria that caused all these byproducts that made people have. You know basically delivering philosophy and Brain Fuck Yup, so it was like wow, the gut is connected to the brain, totally totally connected to the brain absolutely new in some cases you know there have been cases of of a p people actually having psychosis from. gut dysfunction. Yeah, you mentioned Auto Brewery Syndrome. I remember reading a case of a woman who? was arrested for. Driving under the influence and it turned out. She wasn't drinking, but she had a high blood alcohol level that was coming from her gut. In a very real phenomenon yet to think about it and the way that you actually test for that as you you can. It's actually quite simple as you just haven't somebody do what I call a pancake challenge you basically some pancakes full of CARBS, but throws Apple Syrup on it. EAT IT and get a blood draw at point zero, you know, eat eat the meal and then half an hour later. Check your alcohol level. I suppose. Fund medical tests that. So, so we talked about the guy we talked about gluten. Dairy foods instabilities. There are other reasons to. Infections infections can can do that on another one. That is confections to absolutely take. Oh that those are those I would say that that's in addition to brain fog. You get a lot of cognitive dysfunction memories more severe. It's much more severe. The the one thing that I see a lot is allergies I. Call it the allergic brain. And you can have food allergies. That can potentially or even environmental allergies or mold. And the high levels of histamine cause. Histamine is actually access a neuro transmitter and I've seen this in a number of patients. I've had some patients with. Another condition which we're seeing more and more of is mass L. Activation Syndrome. It's sort of buzz you know. Diagnosis now, but it's a very real phenomenon and is related to the mass cells which are the types of immune cells in the body and the interstitial sort of the spaces between the cells. Were they reside, and they released lots of Histamine, and if it's ever had hay fever, you see that the. Typical picture of. Their like you'll like this like half asleep in. They're walking through its Hay. Fever is an example of brain fog. And antihistamines can actually have a benefit with at. Naturally things like question nettles can can also be very helpful, and you probably have used. This is something that I use have been using more. Is the the Drug Crumlin? Sodium yeah which is I've had some amazing success with that. In more difficult cases, I wouldn't necessarily go to that. For my first choice we're talking about is is this is a struggle for asthma and allergies that Julie inhaled. Yeah, usually in this version you can take orally that before you eat inhibits your white blood cells from releasing histamine. And creating an allergic response and I often extremely effect exaggerating patients, so todd. Talk about this patient that you had that had really bad brain fog. This is A. Guy. Come to see you worked a lot less stress and that could be. You know easily dismissed though you're just stressed tired, but you went deeper. What did you find? Will he actually came into me and he had already seen a variety of different doctors, and the the background is the gentleman child had lots of allergies and asthma, so he had ear infections. Bronchitis also developed some sinusitis type symptoms. She had multiple rounds of antibiotics and. I always emphasized a patients that when you have an immune dysfunction, look for the gut. Because sixty seventy percent of premium system isn't in the GUT and. Just like you know with what's going on with the holded. Virus in the COVID. Nineteen Syndrome SEEN BY CORONA VIRUS is it's not the virus. The bacteria itself that causes the problems remain systems response to. And? In general, WE WANT TO HAVE A. Balanced Immune system, so we want our immune system to be idling. Yes, so basically sort of sitting there and I'll say we're enjoying planet earth. We go out for a walk. We're not reacting to under reacting or overreact exactly. Overreacting and. Over, react that we call that an autoimmune disease when you under react, we call at eight. AIDS or cancer, AIDS or cancer or reactions, allergies or I mean. I think we talk about leaking a weakening system or strong immune system. It's really I think an intelligent and balanced immune system. That's how I like to think of. And that's. Related to immuno tolerance, which is what the gut does, so when we have a healthy gut, we have an immune system that is tolerant to lots of things, and you can eat certain things you can go out in the environment. You're not gonNA react to dog. Dander, and all these other things there are some genetic. Some people have genetic predispositions towards being more, a topic or allergic, but having a healthy. Gut especially early on the priming of the GUT is so critical. having a battle birth being. Breastfed not introducing certain foods like gluten early on in living on a farm, the farm, exactly being experience. In crawling around in the dirt, and literally putting dirt, and I call it your your body's immune system, samples, planet or planet earth fairy can dirty place. There's lots of bugs and all kinds of things in your body learns to be imminent, tolerant, and and one of the things that is really also focus on is a part of the immune systems called the tea red cells, the the T.. Red Cells are like the conductor, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. So you've got the wind section over here in the horns over here and they keep everything. Everything in balance and the t rags are really really critical and what we're finding regulatory, they regulate, they regulate the whole. You know the whole balance of the immune system, and the t rags that we find out on the two things that are really simple that people can use to up regulate your t rags to keep things in balance are fibers, fibers, and the fibers of the key things that help with regulation of that, and also which I use a quite a bit in my in the in the patients that I see is vitamin A. Vitamin helps to down regulate the immune system and helps to keep the T. red cells. In place. High podcast listeners, it's Dr Hyman I wanNA take a pause from today's episode to talk about something pretty important air. If you're listening to my podcast, it's likely that you have peaked interest in nutrition and health. You might be eating healthy and exercising and meditating, but one area that a lot of us tend to neglect is something. We literally cannot live without I'm talking about air specifically clean air. 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You don't even know what to their. I mean fifty percents. Buildings have water damage in America. That's a lot really. Well! As a lot, yeah, so he was actually he came to me and he was. He had the diagnosis of mold talks. In fact, he actually learned about this through the one of your podcast. You're talking with David Aspirin. Exactly, it was the moldy moldy. Guests so, that's how he sort of went down that road. He got treated. With a variety of different therapies, he got some. Igloo he got some ozone therapies and other. Interventions got about fifty percent better, and then within several months he went back to where he he was also again not. Sleeping much because he was. He was. Doing a lot of litigation stress, he wasn't sleeping well. The big thing that I see with patients with. Conditions like immune dysregulation is stress and. Sleep is probably the number one stressor, so people aren't getting a deep restorative sleep apnea that is stressed the immune system. And I was trying to emphasize that you. Can't. You know you can do that for like one or two days, but you can't do that on an ongoing basis. So, really really important. I always emphasize getting good deep restorative sleep with patients. So I emphasized that with him so when he came in, he also had a lot of digestive symptoms he was actually on. A whole bunch of inhale as he was on lake a Brio, spy riva ventilation. Injections flonase. For his sinuses Yeltsin had A. Very expensive like twenty thousand dollars a year tense, immune suppressing medication. Yeah, it wasn't better. A still wasn't better know exactly, and and that that actually worked stabilizing muscles, which you can actually naturally do, I actually can help high-dose. KARSTON can be very helpful for a cells age for covid. He's at exactly yeah yeah. So so we came in here I did a thorough workup on him and I did re-test them for mold, and he did have some will, but I I compared it to its previous laps, and it wasn't that bad, so empirically treated with some binders sort of help, but he had already moved out of the optimal Moldy building that out of the moldy environment and use these binders help. Get the mole toxins out of your system right because the might the Michael Toxins, they do tend to. Re circulate in the body, Interro Paddock recirculating, so they'll get reabsorbed by the body kind of binders us. In him I actually used very natural things I used. Clay Medically and I also use activated charcoal. That was pretty much it. These things that don't get absorbed that suck and suck all the bad stuff out. Oh, yeah, exactly and when you worked in merchant, right? We used to somebody overdose on drugs. We give them charcoal. Drink black charcoal. and every time they vomit. We've been there done that, yes, we. Right. Yeah, so so this guy. Had, also other stuff, right? He had issues. And so so. Unfortunately when he went to the the previous doctors who did help him out, they didn't go deep enough. They didn't sort of you know. Get all the pieces of the puzzle so. Did Not check them for gluten sensitivity, which would markedly was gluten sensitive, and also did the Cyrus testing on him for a gluten Cyrus for leaky gut in both of those were markedly positive tests that we use the ultra wellness center that are a little bit different than traditional food testing that looks at antibodies that aren't true. But. Their reactions that our immune system having against foods, and we can tell what you should and shouldn't eat based on this. What's causing immune response exactly exactly and then also did. Did Stool testing on them. Did the what I think is the state of the art. The the map test, which does quantitative PR for the DNA of bacteria, yeasts, viruses, parasites, and he had probably one of the worst cases of despair of ever seen imbalance. Yeah, IMBALANCE! Yeah, lot of lot lot of imbalances. I tell patients that everybody has you know hundreds of different kinds of bugs in their gut, and they're a little bit like weeds in the garden. No Garden does not have wheats. You just don't want to many weeds and the interesting thing about. The digestive track and bacteria is that there is a phenomenon which is known as quorum sensing. And quorum sensing means that when certain bacteria has reached a critical level, they start acting as as bad actors. An example of that is clustered him dipa seal so when patients get antibiotics, and they wipe out the good guys bacteria the CD. Basile, somehow another sense that there's not enough cops around take over the place, and they start producing toxins. Same thing happens in this. In this particular case, he had one of the highest levels of pseudomonas bacteria that I've ever seen, and we typically see that in patients with cystic fibrosis. So he had a bacterial despite now that organism other organisms. Gut Symptoms right Y- Yes. Dear, yes, exactly exactly very. A lot of mucus in that's in my opinion that mucus that sticky mucus is a biofilm. That's where the bacteria live. They live in that that biofilm layer and antibiotics are very difficult to penetrate that having a smooth log that just comes out clean. There may be some problems in their exactly. And also had east overgrowth, which was not unexpected while they antibiotics. He's had absolutely absolutely acid blocker. He was taking. He was on a Proton pumping opener. That's one of my. Bright hate I hate them I. They're. They're good and bad, they they. They can be helpful but I remember medical school talked about on the podcast. We were told they just came out and they were like. These are very powerful drugs. You don't want to go to any patient more than six weeks. Shutdowns acid production. It's risky long-term, and now everybody's on it. Through over the counter over the counter and for life, and the caused also destruction that God causes you to not absorbed your nutrients, it causes overgrowth of yeast changes the Ph leaky gut leaky gut I mean causes air we'll. PROSISE Yossri presence pneumonia. Should say. It's not. It's a great way to keep the business going. I wrote a textbook chapter on reflex, and it was like looking at all the data. It was like holy cow. This is not exactly yeah, and unfortunately there handed out like Pez Candy. And patients stay on them long Pez candy I used to eat that all the time I had my little Pez dispenser. Those of you who are. Younger. What this is, but it's a little candy defense device with little cute cartoon character on the top and down Doug. Your pull it open and a little candy would pop out and it was so fun to eat. Outside I quit when I was like eight. So so this guy had all this stuff and. Shoes gluten issues had mold issues, and what what what? I find really important to emphasize that in functional medicine. It's about looking at the whole system, and not just treating one thing and often. It's many things at the same time. Yeah, because when the system breaks down, lots of things breakdown. Gluten issues we're getting off. The gluten wouldn't fixed him or just fixing the to fix them or just fixing his go into fixed. You gotta deal with all these various things and you had you know another thing that you've found him as well right? A sinus sinus issues that was that was actually, but he actually had sinus surgery a for that and it was. It was a really a big thing, and in fact, actually just recently downloaded a paper from. pubmed on the nasal microbial. So we have bacteria on our skin, we have it in our mouth. We have in our digestive track in China in the sinuses. Everyone everywhere and. So disruption of the nasal microbiome can also cause brain fog. Typically you see that a lot of WHO's taking up his nose. and. It's also it's A. It's a dark moist environment, so a lot of patients who have chronic sinusitis actually been shown not so much to be bacterial, as it is to be a yeast fungal fungal origin, so you got to think about that. I typically will you know there are in his case? He needed surgery, so we actually had sinus surgery that helped a little bit, but it didn't clear up the problem, which is really a dysfunctional nasal microbiome so I actually treated him with Netti pot nasal saline irrigation you can also do. There are certain machines. Like Sino pulse machine like a water, pick for your knows exactly when. Sailing in rinse it out rinses, outright for people who do have chronic sinus issues, and then in his case I actually used. silber silicon, which is a of. COLLOIDAL silver, but it's a silver. Saul and silver is actually a great antimicrobial, and I use that in him with great success. It was really very very effective. Silver is also something that kills bugs kills Buck and put up. Your nose will help with whatever latent infections are athlete and this particular paper that I was talking about which is discussing the nasal microbiome, they are actually making a proponent to actually use probiotics. Black hills up into the nasal passages recolonize colonnade. The notes incredible, yeah! Up Your nose. In and deal Bryson who's been a leader in looking at the various causes for Alzheimer's talks about the the nasal sinus passages as A. Problem when you have chronic inflammation, the sciences being respect for Alzheimer's because it. Is Directly. Chronic inflammation when it goes right up into the brain, so you also did this nasal treatment. You also treat as guts. What did you do I got? I? Did obviously, we put them on an elimination. Diet Gluten! Gluten foods man got got him on a sort of a low yeast low mold Type, Diet. Got Him on putting money I actually did not treatment antibiotics. They treated with anti microbial botanical 's I also used oil silver, which I'll sometimes use in conjunction and. Also continued with binders. He Activated Charcoal and another product Gi Detox. And it was pretty rem. Remarkable, his success within a month he said is like a lightbulb went on and his brand, so you mentioned a protocol Gi Detox which is something we use it actually has. Charcoal Clayton Russell? Helps to bind up all the nasty things that get produced by these bad bugs. The foods that you shouldn't be eating. Yup, right, so it's really a fascinating, so you. You also so looked at this holistically from a functional medicine perspective, which is really quite different than most people, so the fact that this patient had gluten and mold and imbalanced gut, flora and sinus issues. Was the reason for his brain faulk right, but if you take ten people with brain fog, we might have tended reasons absolutely. Different reasons for call right? Mine was mercury. That didn't shop in this guy so really it's it's right. It's important I think this is the thing it's so different about functional medicine is that we don't? Just, stop thinking at the symptoms go. What's the cause of the symptoms? Absolutely say you know you have rheumatoid arthritis or you have a headache. Or migraine migraine isn't a diagnosis symptom. It's a certain type of headache. And and so we really have to look at the different causes for each, so it's very personalized and absolutely. Personalized as often treating not just one thing treating multiple things in the right sequence to get people better. And so he was building on getting rid of the mold and getting out of the environment and ozone and Glutathione, which certainly helped, but then he there were other things right. He's got to get off the acid blocker. He had to get all these nasal sprays, surprising as microbiome in his nose had to get sleep. Good Sleep, right. He had to manage stress I demanded stress. He had your gate, his sinuses and use natural antimicrobials that kill the bed bugs in there. He had to reset his gut system and get rid of the PSEUDOMONAS and built all this together in a protocol, which it sounds complicated, and sometimes it is I guess. That's what we do in functional medicine, and it's a very unique approach that is the future of healthcare. It's not something that most physicians are learning in school. Something that he's actually working far better and most traditional therapies for these kinds of things I mean. If you have an acute problem, you go the hospital. I had atrial FIB. You know you got the hospital and I get my little electrical system fixed. It's fine, but I think if you if you have. These weird symptoms that nobody can fix or the trying to medicate. It just doesn't work that well. Yeah, and you really bring a very punk. Make you know regular mainstream medicine has its place. You break a bone you have you know a heart attack a stroke there? There's definitely places for acute care medicine, but when it comes to chronic your medicine, I would almost venture to say that the mainstream of protest which is either the scalpel or using expensive, potentially toxic medications is actually doing more harm than good in most. Most mostly circumstances it really is. It's unfortunate, but it really is, and then what happens is then one drug is layered onto the extra, especially like in these young people with add and depression and stuff like that they come in with poly. Pharmacy and I talked about after Genyk and perfect it. Which is that you know? The patients are getting problems related to the doctor's treatments. The big issue these days think about puncture medicine and say nasty when it comes to therapy right sometimes. When it's appropriate, but it's usually finding the cause and treating the cost, so has a parasite remains a parasite medication someone has. Lime disease you might anybody, but if that's not the right treatment, you don't do it because it's the only thing you have I think it's very. We have a very limited toolkit. Traditional medicine functioning isn't an that toolkit and expands a map of how we figure out what's wrong with people exactly you. You'd have to map it all out in the matrix what we use as a intellectual way of framing how we see the problem. Helps. Is like a like a pilot's check, so we like okay well. Let's see how immune system working how is. Gut working how the hormones work. We look at all those different systems in the body. Do both traditional testing and specialized testing to help us, so we're not guessing I. Always I always tell patients. When you see me a year coming in to see me because you've got an issue that nobody else has been out and. You went to the Mayo Clinic in the script clinic and Harvard, and you name it and they. They're throwing up. Here, you don't take an active presidency later that the that's. That's so many times. And we have to explore and lift up the rocks and shine the light on places that haven't been. Looked at before. The kinds of test. You're talking about the food sensitivity testing the mole testing the gut testing. These are the things that are definitely outside the box, but they are the future I mean this is how the body works whether we like it or not. There was a recent textbook that was published a Harvard call. Network Medicine Talking about the paradigm shift is happening now around the body, being this biological network and system, and that's really what functional medicine is the application of this to what's happening today and it's so powerful and I think you know people out there suffering from all sorts of cognitive issues, you know we did the broken series and. Know, whether it's add or dementia, depression, brain, fog, or whatever it is, there's usually a reason. Yeah doesn't happen for no reason and that's what we're good. We're good at being detected and finding the exactly yeah. It's interesting because I trained I was actually a chemistry major. When I went to Holy Cross college when I went to medical school after I did my residency, I did my training in internal medicine, so I'm a board certified internist. That's my specialty and invariably beat someone. Say Well, you know. What is your specialty? And it's it's so funny. You know if I in humans, yeah. Yeah so. Say what kind of Doctor Are you and say? Well I'm a good one good one right, and it's sort of funny, and then if I, if I actually say the term functional medicine. They get like this blanks. So I, I've I've coined the term I call myself I say I'm a cyclone. Neuro Immuno, Endo Golic just that's good. Yeah, which is basically understanding that it's all related. The psycho was the brain on narrow there yeah, yeah right. Yeah, exactly yeah, and forgot my toe in there. It's all it's all interconnected. This unified organism and there's the ecosystem is an ecosystem ya, everything impacts, everything, and the beautiful thing about the body is that if you give it the right environment and a tincture of time in most cases, the body is pretty good at self-healing yell. If. You give it fresh air. You'd be sunlight. It'd be give it. Exercise on the bad things take out the bad things, exactly you. You take out the bad things. Put in the good things and a tincture of time. The body is actually pretty good at healing. There are there are there are some cases where you know we don't fully understand the human genome we testing for genetics, and we can get insight into Jack's. Talk about that in the next podcast, but I'm very optimistic that. When we start to combine artificial intelligence and big data sets that we're GONNA start seeing some of these cases that are really are complicated and saying Oh. This is what's going on with them on a on a genetic level, a condo level and able to dial it in a little bit better we do. We do pattern recognition, so you've seen thousands and thousands of cases, and you see these patterns, and you can recognize, and then you sort of know where to go with. With testing and figure out what's going on you probably I'd play a game with myself. You do this after being in this so long as I I try to write down everything. I possibly think is going on with this patient, and what the test results are gonNA show yeah, and then I get the test results, and ninety percent of it actually figured out before I even got the test. because. Yeah, once you've done so much of it. You see those patterns and every. Curve balls around I that I always I always get all the curveballs myself. 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THE DARK FILES SERIES MARATHON 2 | TAGALOG HORROR STORIES COMPILATIONS

Stories Philippines Podcast

2:36:40 hr | 7 months ago

THE DARK FILES SERIES MARATHON 2 | TAGALOG HORROR STORIES COMPILATIONS

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