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"laura hart" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

03:03 min | 2 months ago

"laura hart" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"You know god bless laura hart she was she was she was okay but now they didn't blow bidden blown away. I feel all like all the older people get knocked off pretty quickly true. And i think that'll be the case this year as well and then you'll have the but brian greene. I just read. I didn't realize that they were dating already. They're already dating normally. It happened somewhere midseason but they decided to get it going right away. I mean the minute i saw as cast. It was like no no kidding. I mean she probably was like this is going to make it easy for us in our relationship. If you could just come to work with me every day. I gotta say after watching it. I was kind of into them. And then i thought is megan fox a monster because he seems to be such a nice person or is this the were someone who's been acting for twenty years. That's a good question. Because the of the things you hear about meghan fi you know. Show put comments on the nita's instagrams about the kids and whatever so i'm gonna based on absolutely nothing. I'm gonna say megan fox a monster. But that's because i that's based on nothing that's nothing to just based on the fact that you know at at whatever age she is she's still making out on red carpets. Which i think is just with the kids watching. That's probably true. Yeah christine shoe. It was from bling empire. Assuming you've never watched an episode of that show. I you know. I have actually of bowling empire. I've watched the entire season of it. Not proud of it. But i did. I mean it's difficult. Some of the people. I just don't care about like she. She's a some of the reality that just don't care about like i i would rather watch. Martin cove dance for an hour. Then the girl from bling empire even if she's a great dancer. It really does nothing for me to watch like the girl from atlanta housewives. I didn't hear about her. Tanya more tiny more can you have yeah. I did so but like a brian austin. Gimme brian austin green. Gimme a martin. Cove gimme Even i'll josie wa interesting story. i'll watch. She looked super cute. Now here's a question. The big casting coup wealth or two of them thoughts on first. Amanda includes being hired. She's already been a broadway star. Is that an unfair advantage if abby yes absolutely and i think it's unfair advantage even when you told me mel sees aren't these professional dancers like they're real dancers so poor martin cove. The guy has no chance not a chance in hell. bye bye. yeah i mean that's an interesting one. Man crew got his famous more or less because her husband died of covert. That's mean in a way it is. I know she she has. She's a performer right. But she's everything she's gotten of late. I think she's on the talk. Or one of those is one of those is because of the husband died a covert early very early on in.

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"laura hart" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

07:47 min | 3 months ago

"laura hart" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"Tour of peck lee. Yes as just and we had so much fun. That apparently i will admit. Apparently i just can't let the fun. Go because i still have not unpacked one of my suit and it's you know my suitcase never even arrived. We'll maybe a little bit about that. Yeah we were actually there like ultimately for over two weeks and cassidy. Suitcase never came the entire time and as everyone kept pointing out to me. It's like others worst places to have to shop to refill your suitcase or your wardrobe. So i did a little bit of shopping although not as much as i would have hoped because i'm very particular with the things i purchase But yeah we had such a blast. I mean we keep talking about this but it's just insane. I think it's been over three years. Since our travel agent extraordinary laura hart reached out to us and said hey you know i'm starting this new business like mine travel and i think it'd be really cool if you went to some destination with your listeners. And you and i are lake. That is an excellent idea. Yes so hopefully we will continue to do this and paris was just i stop so i guess kind of what we wanted to do. Today is just speak a little bit about the trip where we where what we saw some of our favorite parts and yeah i mean i don't where do we even start was as a fashion capital of the world. Right i mean. I do wanna professes. Episode was saying that we did travel responsibly. Obviously these are very unprecedented times. We've actually canceled the trip twice because of everything that's been happening in the world with cove. Ed we did a lot of research before we even remotely considered going to france. We all had to have our vaccinations. We had to get kovic tested before we even set foot on the airplane. And then actually in france which i think is maybe an interesting way to start this episode april. France has this very specific health past system or past sanitaire in which you cannot even go into museums restaurants excetera without proving that you negative cova tasma past seventy two hours or your vaccination proof of vaccine and then it actually changed while we were there. We kind of even use our vaccination cards. We just had to get the cova testing so it's still a little bit of a volatile situation. The very first day we had lunch in paris we actually were a block away from thousands of people protesting the health pass and it was. It was quite funny because all of a sudden. They're this huge group of probably like forty riot police in full riot gear on the block fronting down for sitting outside on the sidewalk. And they're like running behind me like a foot behind me and one of them just yells bought apetit but as we've talked about to. It's very very much part of the french. Dna to protest straight. It's kind of part and parcel to their performance of democracy there so super interesting To witness and to be in france at this time but we still had quite an amazing time. Did we not. We certainly did so. Perhaps we should just kind of jump into what it is that we were up to so our guest joined us and the evening when everyone i arrived we had a lovely little cocktail reception. That was put on by our hotel which was about as parisian. And as charming as you can get and we were actually in the mamata pigalle neighborhood and we're staying at this place called maison naby and the breakfast fred alone. That they put on every morning was pretty incredible. I don't khorasan's. I literally do not eat croissants like i would never put that as my favorite breakfast or anything but i ate croissant. Every flip in morning. Because what else are you supposed to. Their pastries are so so good. Yeah we had that lovely cocktail hour. We gotta meet everybody. Who's been with us. Many of them had been with us since the very first time. We announced that. We're doing this tour so it was just a treat to meet some of you. Our listeners and person for the first time i mean as we've talked about so many times. I am in my upstairs bedroom and new mexico and april. You are in my apartment in brooklyn clementina snoring on the chair next to you while we're recording so this is our usual working method and like i pretty much talk almost every single day about like various things pertaining to the show or whatnot but we kind of record in chelsea slow like once a week so this is this is our methods so we got to see all of you in person i r. l. And in that was really cool for us. It was super cool and then the next morning we woke up and started the dress tour of paris which the very first stop was on the historic shopping. Street of paris wants the most luxurious shopping street and the world an international destination of glitter ati of society. The pays so we're not gonna go into too much detail because we actually are going to offer this as an episode coming up. I believe next week so we can take us through the ruutel. Pay tour of your ever in france and you want to us tour by yourself. You can take our episode with you. We had so much fun doing that. Yeah for sure. And we say hey. Let me just throw a couple of names here in terms of like the fashion history points. That were touching on like we went to the house of worth we went to the hasselbeck. Can we went to also scalper rallies original location and then just around the corner to the location that she moved to in the nineteen thirties where schiaparelli and this cafarelli couture house are still located today and just a little side now. We would like to thank you. Everyone at schiaparelli for welcoming in cats and i A few days before everyone arrived for a little private tour. So thank you also much. Yeah that was really really cool. We got see pieces from the latest haute couture collection which in my personal opinion has been one of the best. It was so so cool to see these pieces in person and then many pieces of the ready to wear line and then also you know like they have this whole section you walk by and it's perfume bottles and You know scalise stark perfume bottles and just like it's so cool to be there and imagine what it would have been like from the nineteen thirties. Onward yes and we'll talk about that in the middle of episode coming up as well. So do you wanna talk a little bit about some of the destinations perhaps like one in particular that was originally located on the russillo pay and then we took a little side. Jot actually visit the archive. 'cause they're shop is no longer on the russillo pay but cast we wanna talk a little bit about develop wa. Yeah so we actually did this the first week. We did something different the second week but it was so gracious of develop. They actually invited us to not only their but into their archive to see the pieces and their collection from this very historic fan making shops. So it's actually the oldest fan maker in paris in existence to this day the company originated. And we'll talk about this when the riddle a paid tour again but jean-pierre davila created this fan shop in eighteen twenty seven and in two thousand and ten michel magnon elouise geel and raphael abode relaunched this historic house and. It was actually a louise who invited us. Thank you so much to your incredible team which included johanna who gave us this archive tour april. I'm dying to know. Because you and i went separately. What were some of your favorite fans..

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"laura hart" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:47 min | 11 months ago

"laura hart" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"37 news radio 700 wlw. It's the average American and for the great American Well, just when you think it can't get any worse. January's We know it could be the most depressing month. Of the year. We know that for a lot of different reasons, but do you know The most depressing day of the year falls on the third Monday of this month. It's called Blue Monday. Well, I mean, it's the hall The holidays were behind us. Covert is still with us. The sun is only a rumor until maybe April, So yeah, it's it can weigh on the mind. The problem is is how do you deal with it? Because nobody wants to walk through this world press worrying about things like Kobe did the bills coming in from holiday spending. So if you're in that predicament, what do you do? Someone has an answer right now. We've had Laura Hart on the show before she's a healthy living expert, and she joins us Now. Here on 700 wlw. Laura, How are you on this glorious Tuesday? You know, I am doing really well, but I can't complain. So you obviously figured it all out how to deal with Holiday blues on January's that seemed to be the worst months of the year. What have you done to figure this out? Well, you know what? I wouldn't say that I have everything figured out because I feel like we're always growing always learning. But what I will say is that The whole idea of getting out of depression and not letting these overcast days or they the feeling that there's not another holiday for a little bit, you know, kind of get you Down is enjoy the moment that you're in. And I feel like as many people today have such a hard time actually being present and you know, we're in the instant gratification world where you know we have. Everything is just William, right there on our finger tips from our phone computer all these things, But if we didn't step back a minute and start creating new things and new have it, the new routine this up like learning a new hobby could be something that can really help. With fighting depression. Yeah, sure. I often say this we've made it were here. We woke up. A lot of people can't say that. And even with covert agents and some lockdowns and some employment restrictions, what work were at least here. I know the bar on that may be very low, but To me, That's a major hurdle. It's a huge, earl. There are a lot of people I didn't get to wake up today, and you're one of the ones that did get to. So that's a great reason to be grateful for the first place. You know what I found? I do this with my kids might be something that, um you and your viewers might want to try. Okay. And that is if I ever start to feel like I'm getting depressed or feel like, Oh, my gosh, the way the world is just on my shoulders. I have something with my kids where we go and find three people and bless them. And a lot of times. People think that you could only do that monetarily. So where you know you have to give them money or something like that. You know, a smile goes a long way And so before noon and I have the sounds of my kids that they have to give three people hi, size before noon. It's like an exchange of energy makes people excited for some reason, But the other thing is is Not some random person and compliment them. And just being able to elevate someone else will automatically raise your own energy in your own spirits. I tell everybody that was, um, that The honor is the currency of elevation and what that means is when you pay honor to somebody else it automatically in return will elevate enlist you up, too, so it's a double blessing. Blessing someone else. So go find somebody and just give them their smile for the day, and then it becomes more and more of a habit. Well, that's that's That's great advice. There's some people that if I did that, too, they run like hell for May. They be scared to death. But yeah, why not just walk up to a stranger and do that? I suppose that you know some people accepted. Some people won't It's just the way the world you're also someone who believes Because we've had you on the show before then what you eat affect your mood. Now you help this with you. You helped us with a lot of different things. And so now, when we're in that time of the year were some of us are inside because of lockdown or because of whether or whatever it may be. If we're sitting there on the couch eating Cheetos all the time. We're probably not going to be very healthy and it probably would affect The way we think So. What should we you know, from from an eating standpoint, what should we be doing now? So we don't get caught up in this January funk. Well, 95% of your serotonin starts in your gut. Okay, So when people are dealing with things, such as depression and anxiety and stuff like that it's a problem because you have a leaky gut. So if you can focus on healing that and really paying attention to what we're putting our body to fuel we're putting in our body. That's going to be the most important thing over anything else is taking care of ourselves. But to do that pay attention to a lot of green stuff. Things that have high slab. It'll restore the gut lining. You need a pre pro and post biotic. A lot of people are like, Oh, I'm on probiotics or probiotics. Okay, that's great, but you need all three. And so, especially during these times. You need something that's gonna help repair and fix that lining so that you could have the optimal amount of serotonin something through and keeping your but your brain firing ultimately, at all times. Yeah. I mean, it's right. You flap it alls we you and I talked about this a couple of months ago. It's like hot truck is great, right? You know. Who doesn't like hot chocolate in the middle of the winter time. Exactly..

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"laura hart" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:20 min | 11 months ago

"laura hart" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It's 2 37 news radio 700 wlw, which the average American and for the Great American Well, just when you think it can't get any worse. January's We know it could be the most depressing month. Of the year. We know that for a lot of different reasons, but do you know The most depressing day of the year falls on the third Monday of this month. It's called Blue Monday. Well, I mean, it's the hall The holidays were behind us. Covert is still with us. The sun is only a rumor until maybe April, So yeah, it's it can weigh on the mind. The problem is is how do you deal with it? Because nobody wants to walk through this world pressed worrying about things like Cove ID the bills coming in from holiday spending, So if you're in that predicament, what do you do? Someone has an answer right now. We've had Laura Hart on the show before she's a healthy living expert, and she joins us Now. Here on 700 wlw. Laura, How are you on this glorious Tuesday? You know, I am doing really well, so I can't complain. So you've obviously figured it all out how to deal with Holiday blues on January's that seemed to be the worst months of the year. What have you done to figure this out? Well, you know what? I wouldn't say that I have everything figured out because I feel like we're always growing always learning. But what I will say is that The whole idea of getting out of depression and not letting these overcast days or they the feeling that there's not another holiday for a little bit, you know, kind of get you Down is enjoys the moment that you're in, and I feel like as many people today have such a hard time actually being present and you know, we're in the instant gratification world where you know we have. Everything is just William, right there on our finger tips from our phone computer all these things, But if we didn't step back a minute and start creating new things and new have it, the new routine this up like learning a new hobby could be something that can really help. With fighting depression. Yeah, sure. I I often say this we've made it were here. We woke up. A lot of people can't say that. And even with co veterans and some lockdowns and some employment restrictions, what work were at least here? I know the bar on that may be very low, but To me, That's a major hurdle. It's a huge, earl. There are a lot of people I didn't get to wake up today, and you're one of the ones that did get to. So that's a great reason to be grateful for the first place. You know what I found? I do this with my kids might be something that, um you and your viewers might want to try. Okay. And that is if I ever start to feel like I'm getting depressed or feel like, Oh, my gosh, the way the world is just on my shoulders. I have something of my kids where we go and find three people and bless them. And a lot of times. People think that you could only do that monetarily. So where you know you have to give them money or something like that. You know, a smile goes a long way And so before noon and I have the sounds of my kids that they have to give three people hi, size before noon. It's like an exchange of energy makes people excited for some reason, But the other thing is is Not some random person and compliment them. And just being able to elevate someone else will automatically raise your own energy in your own spirits. I tell everybody that was, um, that The honor is the currency of elevation and what that means is when you pay honor to somebody else it automatically in return will elevate enlist you up, too, so it's a double blessing. My blessing someone else so go find somebody and just give them their smile for the day and then it becomes more and more of a habit. Well, that's that's That's great advice. There's some people that if I did that to they'd run like hell for May they be scared to death. But yeah, why not just walk up to a stranger and do that? I suppose that you know some people accepted. Some people won't It's just the way the world you're also someone who believes Because we've had you on the show before that. What you eat affect your mood. Now you help this with you. You helped us with a lot of different things. And so now, when we're in that time of the year were some of us are inside because of lockdown or because of whether or whatever it may be. If we're sitting there on the couch eating Cheetos all the time. We're probably not going to be very healthy, and it probably would affect the way we think So. What should we you know, from from an eating standpoint, what should we be doing now? So we don't get caught up in this January funk. Well, 95% of your serotonin starts in your gut. Okay, So when people are dealing with things, such as depression and anxiety and stuff like that it's a problem because you have a leaky gut. So if you can focus on healing that and really paying attention to what we're putting our body to fuel we're putting in our body. That's going to be the most important thing over anything else is taking care of ourselves. So to do that, pay attention to a lot of green stuff. Things that have high slab. It'll restore the gut lining. You need a pre pro imposed biotic. A lot of people are like, Oh, I'm on probiotics or probiotics. Okay, that's great, but you need all three. And so, especially during these times. You need something that's gonna help repair and fix that lining so that you could have the optimal amount of serotonin something through and keeping your but your brain firing ultimately, at all times. Yeah. I mean, it's right, you fly, but all's well, you and I talked about this a couple of months ago. It's like hot truck is great, right, You know. Who doesn't like hot chocolate in the middle of the winter time. Exactly. It's perfect Hot chocolate. Um, some green teas, you know, being able to you know, go What the Hallmark movie or something and drink your hot chocolate or your tea and just enjoy the season that you're in. We always there trying to rush through seasons. But if we can learn to be president and enjoy this season Then you know, life is really not as bad as it seems sometimes, And we just gotta embrace it and change our mindset. So so, so so try and do that. We talked clavicles, hot chocolate and the things that makes your gut happy Now I don't want a leaky gut. Nobody wants a week he got so you probably want to eat as you mentioned foods with a lot of color, vegetables, fruits and things like that, Because, although you need more on your diet than that, but that's what that would address what you're talking about, right? Well, hi. Fermented foods are great for your gut. So things like sauerkraut. Um you know, things like that are really good for helping fix your microbiome. The sauerkraut on a hot dog would be good. I put some thought the hot dog. I don't think I would ever tell anyone need God. Don't just I'm trying. I'm trying to understand Here's sauerkraut on a bun, but not the hot dog. I understand that, okay? Yes. Hmm. Sauerkraut. You know, bone broth is good for you as well. Um, you know, we look up some different things that help with your microbiome, help feel and heal your gut. We obviously know that a lot of green foods you know, kills and things like that are good for us. But you know, they're healthy ways that actually tastes good..

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"laura hart" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:01 min | 11 months ago

"laura hart" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"What a positive experience recent recording sessions have been It was so refreshing. It's like we're actually gonna just do what we want is Don't we didn't realize this, But you know when, you know Zeppelin, the Stones, the Beatles, David Bowie, Otis Redding, Jimi Hendrix, You know they would just get an idea for a song right? It recorded and not worry about it. And that was the I was about the art and the love of music lovers writing songs Keep listening to I heard Radio for more of Def Leppard and all your favorite artists. 10 50 welcome back to the show. We got Natalie Rodriguez with a trending story on this beautiful morning. Hey, now hey there, Brian. The iconic Rubik's Cube. There's going to be a film about it. My park entertainment and and Dever content are partnering up to create this film about the global selling toy. Now it was invented by a Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture in 1974 great here by the way, it was then license to be sold by Ideal Toy corporation in 1980. All the movie details are still being kept under wraps. I think that part of that movie should feature one of the more incredible recent experiences I'm seeing with Aerobics Cube, which is a friend of mine meteorologist Lauren Olesky from CBS 12 in West Palm Beach. She completed the Rubik's Cube start to finish while delivering a weather forecast on there. Oh, You actually look it up on YouTube. Pretty amazing thing. Okay? Yeah, that should be included in this move, just saying All right. Now, speaking of, you know things that we could improve upon in life. You know if you're still trying figure out how deal Rubik's Cube probably can't help you there, however. Coming out the whole days. Every year. It's natural to kind of be like out. Jeez, Harry back to the grind, and you know you kind of end up and you know that that down spirit is things get going again there, But I think that's exacerbated big time because the pandemic this year so we're joining up somebody who is gonna help snap us out of it. If we need that, too. It is Laura Hart. She's a healthy living expert. The website is AMP. Life. The letter I dot com and life I calm Laura. Happy New Year. Happy New Year to you, too. How are you guys this morning doing very well, You know, it's see. I've been saying that since the onset the pandemic if you're gonna write out the pandemic anywhere, doing it in California is the place to place the base. So we've got that going. Definitely think so. So anyway, Let's talk about this. That was so you know, people that are are getting back to the daily and it's like, Oh, yeah, the pandemic is still really bad. In fact, case is getting worse. All these different types of things. A lot of people have suffered financial hardship. What's your recommendation to get back on track in a positive way? You know a lot of times when we start to get into depression funk. It's because we're having a sense of loss, right? A sense of loss of routine a sense of loss of that feeling of normal. So what's something that we can really encourage people to do is to kind of adapt and create. New traditions and new ideas and new hobbies. So with all the time that we have, because there's so many different things shut down. You know, a lot of businesses closed at a certain time in the evening so night. Life isn't the same as it used to be. Or, you know, there are just a lot of different restrictions on things right now. What do we do You no board games that have been bringing a huge comeback to families and doing puzzles and different things where you actually have to spend time and really get creative with your mind. The more we work our mind, the more that We force ourselves to, you know, use our thought process, the happier we actually are. Well, and there you were just talking about the Rubik's cubes, and maybe spend time and and finally solve that darn thing. You know, it's interesting because when you talk about like the board games and like and I have seen some of this take places as well. How much of it is really connecting with each other, as opposed to just plop down in front of TV? You know when you When we have interaction with one another. There's a reason that the doctors and people like that talk about having a physical exam were physical beings. We need that interaction with another person. We need to be able to communicate and exchange each other's energy. Have you ever walked in a room and you're just like, Oh, it's like so much excitement in here like this is amazing. Like I love the energy in the room. And then have you ever been to a room where there are a lot of people that are depressed and sad. You're like, Oh, I don't want to be in here. So in order TomKat, the negative we have to figure out how do we get a better space? Like how do we have that safe place and that exciting place in our own home? And so when you interact with other people, then you can only raise your energy in the room and it's really incredible thing. Your family and your kids will really appreciate and value that. Um, that's what you're doing. So for people who are struggling a little bit financially, any any thoughts for them? Yeah. You know what? It doesn't take money to have to be able to be happy. And I remember whenever my brother and I were growing up, we didn't know we report and my mom used torto. Think of different creative things for us to do. And you know, now that we're older, we had no idea that Some of the things that we had done like putting together a puzzle instead of going out with people aren't going to like McDonald's and those types of things. Was something that she was doing because we didn't have the money, so your kids will appreciate your creative thoughts and doing something with them, and they don't even care about. You know the prices and and things like that. They just want your time. People just want that sense of presence, and I think that's the best in the biggest gift that we can give you even after the holidays. It's a gift that definitely keeps on giving. There are obviously a lot of people have New year's resolutions, and most people won't stick with them. You have any guidance to try to stick with something that you really want to do, But maybe your heart's not all the way in it. Yeah, So here's what I tell everyone and my coaching programs. It's if it makes you cry, then that's what you need to do so So you have spirit. What you're paying point is my pain point was at one time that I never wanted to have to ask for gas money again. And the other thing is is I wanted to feel better so people use they're like Oh, I want to lose weight when I do. Okay. Well, that's great. However, what is he going to do for you? What's the benefit? If it's to lose weight? Well, it's probably because you're unhealthy. So if your pain point is, I want to be able to exercise with my kids. I want to be able to play more wanna be able to get out of the active That should be your pain. If it makes you cry, then you're going to be more likely to do it. So figure out exactly what it is that moves you to the core. And then you'll stick with.

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"laura hart" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

08:25 min | 11 months ago

"laura hart" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"To your regular host to be back very, very soon As I was saying, I tried the new burritos, tangy pickle. Awesome. Absolutely awesome, And it might not sound awesome to you, but I'm telling you, it's exceptional. I give it a 9.58 on the Richter scale. I thought the same thing about dill pickle sunflower seeds. I mean, I coach baseball. My kids play baseball, and I'm always around a baseball field. If you're around a baseball field, you have seats. And when Gil Pickle seeds came out, I thought I just I just don't know. Phenomenal Same thing with burritos. Tang you pickle. Absolutely incredible. Speaking of About gut health. I don't know how good burritos are on your guts. Probably not very good. But I got an expert on gut in brain health. Laura Hart joining me now, Laura, how are you? I'm great. How about you? What do you think? Garrido's tangy pickle? You enter you out. You know, I haven't tried them yet. No, nor heard of them. So I'm pretty curious. Now. You definitely have my interest piqued. I'm probably gonna have to introduce him to make kids. How about this? You learn something new every day. So when you leave this interview, if there's one thing I want you to take away from talking to bloom, Daddy, it's you now know that there are 102 Dorito flavors from around the world. Did you know that 102 That's crazy? Yeah, including cheese and almond butter and soy sauce and my personal favorite corn soup. That sounds disgusting. All right, but we are talking about gun health. Yeah, we're talking about gut health. Brain health. You're an expert. There's a new study out. Wine and cheese may boost your brain. Tell us about it. You know what they've really found with wine and cheese is that it can help slow the process of cognitive function decline in things that is like Alzheimer's. So what I was really excited about is when people are starting to talk more about your microbiome and you know good bacteria for your gut health because you know everything stems from your gut. And whenever we focus on things that are good for her gut, it only helps our brain function. And we have this thing called your brain Got connections. Usually, it's very like your vagus nerve on, um And most people haven't really thought about the fact that, you know, depression and anxiety and all this kind of stuff is starts in your gut. Because 95% of your serotonin is found in your gut. Did you know that? I do not have that. Tonin is our happy hormone. Right? And so is 95% of it is found and created in our gut. And we have, like leaky guts with our auto immune diseases and things like that. We have poor good health. Then we're gonna have Um, things go wrong with like being able to focus and being able to perform in and feel like we're in good mood and you know, and all these things so really Focusing on having a healthy gut is worth that. And so with this wine and cheese, what they're talking about is that she's is good bacteria for gut and you know, it can help with, um Helping basically the lining of your gut to be able to help you. Focus and It's all kinds of really good benefits of season. It's basically your Omega threes, so good cheese can be really good for you, as well as red rhyme we know has many good benefits for us, including. Um it's heart healthy, and I remember when I was a kid doctor had told my grandmother That you know, I had juvenile arthritis and that if I would drink like nine ounces of wine a week, and that would be good for me, You know a kid and it was a holistic doctor and I did not like it at all. So they mixed it with great juice, and it really did help. All right. I'm going to sound stupid here, but it's not gonna be the first time and it certainly won't be the last time when we do it When we talk about God Health, you're talking to a guy who I just told you guys, I'm throwing Doritos tangy pickles in there and draft beer, which I'm sure is Probably not good for my guts. But Kim Good food can healthy is it is simple is eating healthy foods. That that helps your gut health or or they're healthy food. Foods that are bad for good health. Do you see what I'm getting at here? Yeah, absolutely So fermented food, such as things like cheese and wine and stuff like that are good bacteria to help with the lining of your gut. So, um, a lot of people 95% of Americans. Actually, here on the American standard Die. You have a leaky to okay, have a leaky gut, and they don't really know it. And, um, that sounds so disgusting. It really is. If you think about it like I have a week you get growth. You know, if you think about things that are good bacteria, such as things they're fermented like sauerkraut, You know, I mean, not very many people are huge Shanice sauerkraut, but it's actually really good for you. And, um You know if we can restore that Microbiome and help prevent things leaking into our system, such as you know, our body has inflammation. Well, that stems from a leaky gut. You know, on a lot of people talk about dairy creates inflammation in your body. Right? Well, there's also some good factors of Gary, too. So you know everything in moderation. You don't want to sit there and just drink a gallon of milk and, you know, be like I wonder what my joints hurt. Um, but he does here is so good things that you couldn't do that can really help with restoring that lining of your gut, You know, you really, um There's this product out there and talks about that health restoration, You know, probiotics, pre bright biotics and post biotics. You know, a lot of people just hear about probiotics. Well, you need all three and isn't when you can get all three. And you can get that triad on by former tribe uterine that is known to significantly restore your gut health and put that good acid that's in your lower intestines back in there, and that helps repair and fix your leaky gut. You know, Laura, I'm just kind of laughing right now to myself, because I just envisioned you it like some health convention walking around going. Hey, I'm Laura Hart. Leaky, leaky got expert People looking at you like what in the world is this woman talking about? But I mean, it's very, very important and let me just ask you this. We have studies to come out all the time. And one month they're telling you that whine and cheese can boost your brain and it's great for a leaky gut. And then the next month, another study comes out and says, Why didn't she's terrible for you terrible for a leaky got is this one of those studies that you believe will stand stick? Or will it change over time when it comes to wine and cheese? You know, I think everything has pro con great. And you don't wanna create people into alcoholics Try being like, well, they did say Red wine was good for me, You know, so I should drink the whole bottom. You know, A lot of people sometimes take things to the extreme. Everything in moderation. I can be fine for you. But the thing is, is with these types of studies. You know where they take, you know, Thousands of people see how well they are performing, and then they go through and research what their diet is like, you know, and most people are you the wine and cheese, and they're like, Oh, so that's what's going to promote your brain health and this is what's gonna It must work because there's this many people and this is what their diet was. You know, I feel like there's always going to be a study out there. That's going to be something interesting to talk about. And, um you know, when your kid your grandma will tell you drink your milk seeking get calcium, you know, And then do you hear, like, Oh, Drinking milk is bad for you. Well, it works for my grandma. So maybe they work for us. But the thing is different is, you know processing, So if we're looking for things that are better for us as things such as, like things that are more organic Then I feel like those studies will hold up better. And longer, depending on the quality of these kinds of foods, Except you're getting you don't want to get something that, you know, hugely process And you know, super cheap because you know that whole saying you get what you pay for. It really does make a difference..

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"laura hart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:35 min | 11 months ago

"laura hart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"My name is bloom Daddy helping out with vacations to your regular host to be back. Very, very soon. As I was saying, I tried the new burritos tanking pickle. Awesome. Absolutely awesome, And it might not sound awesome to you, but I'm telling you, it's exceptional. I give it a 9.58 on the Richter scale. I thought the same thing about dill pickle sunflower seeds. I mean, I coach baseball. My kids play baseball. And I'm always around a baseball field. If you're around a baseball field, you have seeds. And when dill pickle seeds came out, I thought I just I just don't know. Phenomenal Same thing with burritos. Tang you pickle. Absolutely incredible. Speaking of About gut health. I don't know how good burritos are on your guts. Probably not very good. But I got an expert on gut in brain health. Laura Hart joining me now, Laura, how are you? I'm great. How about you? What do you think? Garrido's tangy pickle? You enter you out. You know, I haven't tried them yet. Oh, nor heard them so I'm pretty curious. Now. You definitely have my interest piqued. I'm probably gonna have to introduce him to make kids. How about this? You learn something new every day. So when you leave this interview, if there's one thing I want you to take away from talking to bloom, Daddy, it's you now know that there are 102 Dorito flavors from around the world. Did you know that 102 That's crazy? Yeah, including cheese and almond butter and soy sauce and my personal favorite. Corn soup. That sounds disgusting. All right, but we are talking about gut health. Yeah, Yeah, we're talking about gut. Health, Brain health. You're an expert. There's a new study out. Wine and cheese may boost your brain. Tell us about it. You know what they've really found was when cheeses that it can help slow the process of cognitive function decline in things such as, like Alzheimer's. So what I was really excited about is when people are starting to talk more about your microbiome and you know good bacteria for your gut health because you know everything stems from your gut. And whenever we focus on things that are good for her guide, it only helps our brain function. And we have this thing called your brain Got connections. Usually, it's very like your vagus nerve on, um And most people haven't really thought about the fact that, you know, depression and anxiety and all this kind of stuff is starts in your gut. Because 95% of your serotonin is found in your gut. You know that I did not know that. Both John Innes, our happy hormone, Right? And so is 95% of it is found and created in our gut. And we have, like leaky guts with their auto immune diseases and things like that. We have poor good health. Then we're gonna have Umm things go wrong with like being able to focus and being able to perform in and feel like we're in good mood and you know, and all these things so really Focusing on having a healthy gut is worth that. And so with this wine and cheese, what they're talking about is that cheese is good bacteria for gut and you know, it can help with, um Helping basically the lining of your gut to be able to help you focus and, um it's all kinds of really did. But if it's a season it's basically your Omega threes. So good cheese can be really good for you as well as red rhyme we know has many good benefits for us, including its heart healthy, and, um, I remember when I was a kid. Doctor had told my grandmother that you know I had juvenile arthritis. And then if I would drink like nine ounces of wine a week, that would be good for me. You know a kid and there's a holistic doctor and I did not like it at all. So they mixed it with great juice, and it really did help. All right. I'm going to sound stupid here, but it's not gonna be the first time and it certainly won't be the last time when we do it. When we talk about gut health. You're talking to a guy who I just told you guys, I'm throwing Doritos tangy pickles in there and draft beer, which I'm sure is Probably not good for my guts. But Kim Good food can healthy is it is simple is eating healthy foods. That that that helps your gut health or or they're healthy food. Foods that are bad for good health. Do you see what I'm getting at here? Yeah, absolutely So fermented food, such as things like cheese and wine and stuff like that are good bacteria to help with the lining of your gut. So, um, a lot of people 95% of Americans. Actually here on the American standard Die you have a week ago. Okay, have a leaky gut, and they don't really know it. And, um, that sounds so disgusting. It really is. If you think about it like I have a week, he got growth. You know, if you think about things that are good bacteria, such as things they're fermented like sauerkraut, You know, I mean, not very many people. Are you Janice? Our crowd, but it's actually really good for you. And, um You know if we can restore that Microbiome and help prevent things leaking into our system, such as you know, our body has inflammation. Well, that stems from like he got, you know on a lot of people talk about dairy creates inflammation in your body. Right? Well, there's also some good factors of Gary, too. So you know everything in moderation. You don't want to sit there and just drink a gallon of milk and, you know, be like I wonder what my joints hurt. Um, but he does hear so good things that you could do that can really help with restoring that lining of your gut, You know, you really, um There's this product out there that talks about that health restoration, you know, probiotics, pre bright biotics and post biotics. You know, a lot of people just hear about probiotics. Well, you need all three and isn't when you can get all three. And you can get that triad in a former tribe uterine that is known to significantly restore your gut health and put that good acid that's in your lower intestines back in there, and that helps repair and fix your leaky gut. Yeah. You know, Laura, I'm just gonna laughing right now to myself, because I just envisioned you it like some health convention walking around going. Hey, I'm Laura Hart. Leaky, leaky got expert and people looking at you like what in the world is this woman talking about? But I mean, it's very, very important. Let me just ask you this. We have studies to come out all the time and one month they're telling you that whine and cheese can boost your brain and it's great for a leaky gut. And then the next month, another study comes out and says, Why didn't she's terrible for you terrible for a leaky gut? Is this one of those studies that you Believe will stand stick or will it change over time when it comes to wine and cheese? You know, I think everything has pro gone great. And you don't wanna create people into alcoholics Try being like, well, they did say Red wine was good for me, You know, so I should drink the whole bottom. You know, A lot of people sometimes take things to the extreme. Everything in moderation. I can be fine for you. But the thing is, is with these types of studies. You know where they take, you know, Thousands of people see how well they are performing, and then they go through and research what their diet is like, you know, and most people are eating wine and cheese, and they're like, Oh, so that's what's going to promote your brain health and this is what's gonna It must work because there's this many people and this is what their diet was. You know, I feel like there's always going to be a study out there. That's going to be something interesting to talk about. And, um you know, when your kids your grandma will tell you Drink your milk, Stephen. Get costume, You know, And then do you hear, like, Oh, Drinking milk is bad for you. Well, it works for my grandma. So maybe it'll work for us. But the thing is different is, you know processing, So if we're looking for things that are better for us as things such as, like things that are more organic Then I feel like those studies will hold up better and longer, depending on the quality of these kinds of foods that you're getting. You don't want to get something that, you know, hugely processed. And you know, super cheap because you know the whole thing you get what you pay for. It really does make a difference. Yeah, I agree. And Lord, this is an important topic, especially when we talk about getting healthier for 2021. But marketing is everything images..

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"laura hart" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"laura hart" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas. 8 42. It is Alabama's morning news. I'm JT. Well, no doubt all of us are going through some stress with the pandemic and getting through this and managing. The best thing we can do is far as our jobs go and What's happening with our families. But kids are also feeling the stress joining south to talk about this healthy living expert. Laura Hart is here, Laura welcome. And thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. I appreciate it. I do You have Children. Do I have five kids, actually. Wow. Good for you. I'm so are you noticing it with your own kids that these times you're kind of affecting them as well? Absolutely, you know, you go from having a schedule and you know they know what they're supposed to do. They're supposed to get up and get ready and go to school and have a full day there and get to hang out with her friends do homework. All of these things right? They're used to having some different Activities that they do. And with this year it has broken up their schedules so much that they don't know which day they're going to school with. Say they're doing online. You know what things they're allowed to do? If they have their mask with them. It's just so money added stressors this year that of course, anxiety and depression is extremely high. Absolutely you my kids are grown. In fact, my daughter and her husband have two little girls for in two years old. They don't really you know, they just roll with the flow. They don't really see the effects of this. But my son and my daughter is an elementary school teacher. My wife drives Hoover City School bus here in our area and high school, so she you know, both of them see the effects of this. My sister in law is a professor at the University of Alabama. They see the virtual impact on these kids. So you know, we talk about the stresses that come along with this. And in ways to cope, and there's so many different ways across the spectrum from you know, therapy's toe exercising more toe, you know medications if needed, but a lot of parents now are using CBD. With their kids. Now, are they getting medical advice on this? Or are you saying that? Hey CBD store right down the street here. I'll just go get some and give it to my kid. You know, on my own You know, Um, I am very much. Uh, a advocate for doing things natural. Now I have found the difference and being heavily medicated in the difference and and trying to find an alternative medicine. Before we get to something that's prescribed. And you know, I'm not saying that isn't necessary at times, but I feel like we should advocate for health first and see if there's something that's that's out there that can benefit us in holistic way. And so with one of my daughters, particularly She is 15. And I remember her talking about how she just still anxious. Like, um You know, she can't describe. It just feels weird and stuff. You know what time's this those nerves. Sometimes she wants to cry, and I'm like, Okay, well, you know they're going through so many body changes anyways, you know, And then you add on these other things, and I had some DVD and I was like, Well, you know, let's try this. Right. So we're sitting in the car and I was driving and she she plays it in her mouth. And I was suddenly I look over and my daughter sitting there in tears are coming down her eyes like what's wrong? Are you okay? Like you know, Is there something I actually like? I feel calm to that Mommy for the first time, I feel calm. Yeah, it broke my heart. I'm like, Oh, my gosh. I had no idea that this was a real, you know, hard struggle for her, and she's like I I just feel like I have peace. And, um, these kids, they're stressed out about homework and all this stuff that comes with being kid anyways. And now That, you know, it's broken up. They go toe hybrid schedule, toe online, Tolo go to class. You know, a few times a week where we're at. We're at in Indiana. And it is so jumbled up there, stressing that they're gonna miss an assignment somewhere or get lost, And they're not gonna see it, so they're gonna fail at a great What if they get held back because of this, And you know, one of her expresses. She's like, What if I'm not smart enough to go to the next grade? What if I'm not this? What if I All of these what ifs, dressers and just giving her that CBD to be able to help her mind slow down and lower her cortisol levels where she can think and function properly and have that clarity. Oh, my gosh. Huge difference in my child already or do you have? Do you advocate that every parent that might be listening, saying, You know what I'm going through? The same thing just opens up a bottle of CBD gummies and starts handing them out to the kids. Or should we get some more advice on that? You know, I really think you should do research because not all CBD is the same. So what we have found is that our bodies are made up of water. Right? So whenever people talk about CBD oil well, oil and water don't mix so you're not going to get the full spectrum the full benefit of the oil so you can find a water soluble. Brought it where you can have 100% absorption in your body. That's where the benefits are really going to be. And so it took me a while to find it. And once we did, Oh, my gosh, we hold on to this product like it's gold. Yeah, I'll tell you what I have had friends and have friends right now that are using CBD is alternatives to opioids. Ah, friend of mine had back surgeries and struggled for 20 years. On opioids and he said, you know J t It got to the point where I wasn't managing the pain in my back. I ended up managing my addiction and he has a son who does who develops and researches and, you know, works with CBD in Colorado and five years ago. He said, Dad, you gotta try CBD and he took it home went through DT's on his own said I'm done with opioids hasn't looked back and his head zero pain Thanks to the CBD, you know. Lifestyle that he's now on. He swears by CBD, but yeah, I'm with you, too. I think I think I just think everybody should do their due diligence do their own research, you know, Talk to your pediatrician's first and say, Look, I'm not going to go the regular route of medications all the time. Where where are we on CBD? What are your thoughts on that? You know, I think you make a good point. It's different for everybody. There are different types of CBD into just Start handing out like candy is not something that you certainly recommend. You know? Well, because people will get that perception is Sepideh could ever harm them. They'll get the perception. Oh, it doesn't work for me. Well, No, it's not that it won't work through. It's just that we didn't get the good kind I got. I got you. Well, I'm so I'm sorry. I gotta run him up against the clock. But I appreciate your being with me and I'm you know, Thank God. It worked for your daughter and congratulations on finding another route to take there. But folks, you know, she makes some great points and opening up the door for at least investigating CBD. If your kids are going through this stuff, too, So you get.

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"laura hart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"laura hart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"L A 6 52 on a M Tampa Bay on this Monday morning, and we're joined now by Laura Hart, who is an expert on gut and brain health and expert on guts and brain health. And, um, I don't know where Natalie found her here. But, uh, it sounds like a way to now boost brain power and improve cognitive ability that might taste good. That would be Coco. Are you there? Yeah, I'm here. How are you guys this morning doing great. I just saw this. Usually when you find something that's good for you. It usually doesn't taste good. So you have to learn to take it with Greatest salt or whatever the case may be, But in this case that's something most people like. Yes. Absolutely have cocoa for the win, Right? Yeah. How can we get straight to the if we don't want the hot chocolate? How can we get straight to the source? These flat panels? Can we get that straight, like, Is there any way to go straight to that to get to our brain? You know, there are many ways to be able to get rich flat in all foods. Flab in all is actually a type of any accident and something that you find in and fruits and vegetables and it's really what gives them their bright colors. So have you ever seen anyone that cooks like broccoli and they cook it so much that it ends up starting to turn yellow? If it does that, then you know that they have cooked the flagon all out of the broccoli. That's when I start to like it. I'd rather get it or the fruit. Then out of the broccoli by a long shot comes in things like cocoa powder as we're talking about. What's hot chocolate green tea, kale, broccoli onions, have it blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, apples and a rubella. Is there some of the main sources of flapping all rich foods that you confined? Study suggests that maybe we should turn the hot chocolate over something as like coffee that most of us are used to in the morning? Yeah, See, you know what the difference in coffee versus hot chocolate is is hot Chocolate, which is Coco, um, contains quite a few things that are are really beneficial. So one of the things that Lebanon's really do for us is that lowers our LDL. This is our bad cholesterol. It reduces the risk of different types of cancer. It decreases heart disease on it. Has that support that helps your vascular function, which you're Would flow and your cognitive performance..

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"laura hart" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"laura hart" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This test you're talking about was conducted by the University of Birmingham 18 men. And found that drinking cocoa improved their ability to quickly solve a serious of complex mental tests. I don't know if you know this or not, but I'm a man and solving complex mental tests are is not something that I excel it. So right away. I'm gonna go get some cocoa. But in essence, this really help because they found that the guys that were involved in this finish their tests 11% faster than men who did not. Bring cocoa, so drinking cocoa, especially for men is good. Absolutely. And who doesn't love hot chocolate? You know, I'm tweeting, Cocoa and chocolate are the most beneficial but really, especially for this time of season that it is. It's just kind of those one of those comfort drinks and it could use that nostalgic feeling as well. But think is now every time you drink a cup of hot cocoa helping you perform better. Yeah, That's amazing. So it's cocoa. It's fruits and vegetables. Give it I mentioned blueberries. Give me some other fruits and vegetables that we ought to be eating, perhaps in their raw state. Perhaps not. That gets us a lot of flavanols inside her body. Green key is another drink that you could have tails, broccoli, onions, blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, apples and a ruble are all really rich in Slavin. All okay. All right, And what you said earlier makes a lot of sense. That there's this wiring. There's this wiring between our gut and our brain. And they're directly related. So just because you think nerve, the vagus nerve Yes. So your vagus nerve connects your debt and your brain. Have you ever thought about eating something? And your gut tells you like, no, That doesn't sound really good right now Or you get a gut feeling that something bad is about to happen. Your that is they call it your second brain, right? Right? And because we know that that's our second breaks, and we're the ones they're putting things into our guy, and that's basically what feeling our body. We need to be even more careful and cognizant of what we're putting in investing in our body and protect that as much as we can. Okay. I thought you said the vagus nerve. I thought, you know, I see a lot of people walking around that look like that they have ingested the MGM Grand Hotel. But I'm not What? This is actually something that was called. That's called the vagus nerve. Well, that's interesting. Yes. So So you're telling us Laura Hart, you're telling us that if we drink more cocoa And we eat Mork, colorful fruits and vegetables that not only will our gut be very happy with us, but our brain will start functioning to a point. Where will be just Just getting things done real quick firing things better. It's unbelievable. The main thing that I think was so exciting about this is that did you know that cocoa contains serotonin? Sorry. Totally different. Serotonin. Right. So serotonin, we know is they happy hormones? Yeah, that was my nickname in high school. But my nickname in high school, by the way, was the happy hormone. But this is really something. This is really something that you could drink and it it just turns everything around for you. Mentally. Yes, it does. It will do it pretty well. There are some other things that would be, you know. Have a good idea for you to be able to use. But the fact that serotonin is 95% found in your gut and people are dealing right now,.

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"laura hart" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

Reel Chronicles

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"laura hart" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

"According to Bob Gale. This this is pretty funny, because I know, we know especially We know people that love Johnny Depp. According to Bob Gale Johnny Depp auditioned for the role of marketing MC fly. Gale stated I looked through the note. I say Jeez I. Don't even remember that we read Johnny Depp, so whatever he did I guess it was a memorable. number ten Eric Stoltz scenes were already show. Michael J. Fox. Like I mentioned before it. Except two instances during one scene in the nineteen fifties, dinosaurs close up biff. Phase, as more launches a punch on him, and this was not reshot. That was Eric. Stoltz handed are also when. Marty was in the delorean driving from the Libyan terrorists Dow was Eric Stoltz driving as well. Oh shoot this goes back to one of the things you said before Ryan. The test audience to who saw the initial fill film did not know that the movie was intended to be a comedy. So Bob's a mecca. Zimbabwe recalled that the atmosphere in a cinema started to get really ten during the scene where Einstein was sent through time because they thought that the dog had died. Once, he came back a lighten the mood. Number twelve when Bob's MEKA's was trying to sell the idea. The film and the company's approach was Disney. I mentioned that it was too risque. Compared to other movies at the time, so that led to universal eventually taking over the movie. Lille, you still want to my facts. Billy's makes his first onscreen appearance in. Back to the future. Number fourteen when Claudia Wells dropped out during the tour into schedule Conflicts Moore Harden was briefly cast as Jennifer. Opposite Eric Stoltz but had to be replaced. Their stolas dismissed which allowed. A Claudia Wells to come back and play Jennifer I'm glad Laura Hart and is the office. Who is at in the office? It's Jan really Oh Shit I. Didn't even I've always known her as just Jan. I didn't know that was her name. That's crazy. That's awesome. How do you think she would have done I don't know? Super Young too. Yeah because I remember, she was in the nine, hundred, ninety, six, thousand, nine hundred seven tower of terror movie, and she looked super young too so I can only imagine eighty-five. Yeah, that's crazy. You, you just blew my mind Leo. That's what she said. To Number Fifteen Christopher Lloyd basis performance of Doc Brown combination of Albert Einstein and leave Leopold to Hausky. And browns, pronunciation of. Says Gigawatts is based on race. Physicists with whom Zemeckis and gale met for the research, said the word. Number Sixteen. This is crazy. especially with how much people rely on visual effects, there are only thirty two visual effect shots in the entire movie. Love at American love.

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"laura hart" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"laura hart" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"She is some in for the Tokyo marathon in two weeks coming up in two weeks got the flights hotel great body to go going to complete the whole complete the whole thing would be great right on it I love it is not great wish you all the best right this is a a lifelong dream she's the running marathons for the better part of thirty as did many others Paris big store fort Lauderdale Miami not even involved in a major sex but Tokyo was the last one registered the hotel of flights hold on it's gonna be great going going to be great can be fun yeah and very competitive but but fun most of our first trip to Asia yes going to be great right no no it's not gonna happen what she received an email yesterday morning I'll get she's leaving next Wednesday lily leaving in nine days and the marathon is a week from this Sunday March the first she received an email yesterday morning canceled No Way what aid because of the coronavirus of the corona virus you see Gordan chan was on the show with us about two weeks ago and he talked about how the Chinese government was not being up front with people that it's really worse than the lead us to believe one now there are so many cases popping up in Japan as well witnessing right now literally look it's still on Bernie hospitalized American with coronavirus talks is CNN she's in Japan not China but she was on the cruise ship they back yeah from the cruise ship through but the the actual cases in Japan are not many but they are starting to mount some and I guess they're worried about other folks that are already there and folks at many it to this problem I mean for them to keep its all they can to cancel the New York City marathon because it's November flu season now that I could hello this is really it is mostly an Asian problem for them to cancel this marathon with the the millions and millions of dollars that they they bring in from around the world in China and of course don't forget the Olympics coming up in Tokyo right here coming up in a couple of months but yeah for them to cancel this ten days out yesterday morning was a complete shocker that's a good punches Joe bide would say but the coronavirus regarding the Olympics it usually dies when the weather gets warmer right so I don't think the Olympics will be a factor there are no cases there are no known cases as far as I can tell from my research my very extensive and exhaustive research of any coronavirus cases in Japan except for the people that were evacuated from the ship so then why would they cancel this so because you know growing event they must be a lot of Chinese involved in the race and they just don't want to come into the country and could could be I mean I'm just speculating but obviously they just worry that's what the other word they don't want it getting the the Chinese economy even the apple stock for example is tanking big time because of the corona virus in Japan doesn't want the same thing because it's not just all we have a bunch of but people infected it's it's going to be this affect impacts our economy absolutely and so they did they just going or you know they just being extra cautious erring on the side of safety as they say so far well I have no issue with that I'm so we have the Chicago and so it was see with dispirited the very discovery a so if you want to get it done and get the big guy but ward and all that stuff and I just gotta wait a year yeah well anything could happen in a year the world could come to an end I could get hit by a ball they stop and I want to get this done in the next two weeks so anyway she was a very very upset but to be okay the next year should be fun to find that is a a one big sporting event that was canceled one that was not that we boarded up or only in today's program going on you did the Daytona five hundred but once again Denny Hamlin got the win second year in a row third time overall Ryan Newman thank god is going to survive but a very scary fiery crash which took place the very last lap of the race the very last lap you know if you look at why enormous crash yesterday and you look at of the all time great job what was his name his son his junior daily hard you look at airports crash compared to Newman's and you would bet that Newman died and their hearts survived and yet it was a completely the other way around right Laura Hart right and this guy is going to survive thank god sometimes it looks worse on television it's just it would look horrendous horrendous you would have bet money that he was the first of course it was a million then it was Dale and and yesterday could have been handled in but no no no what Newman Ryan Newman Newman how man won the race but Donald Trump was there and on the president likes to go to these big sporting events he's been to will plunge since he's taking over the presidency we talked about the UFC fight at Madison Square Garden LSU Alabama LSU Clinton he was also what the World Series game remember Washington nationals versus Houston Astros Eddie was act of this race this weekend I did a few things to say while he was there his presidential my fellow race fans there is no greater thrill than to join you at the world center of racing for the sixty second Daytona five hundred so exciting the Daytona five hundred is the legendary display of roaring engines soaring spirits and the American skills speed and power that we've been hearing about for so many years these fierce competitors will chase the checkered flag and make their play for pure American Gloria that's what it is your American glory he didn't keep the speech rather brief he did and it was all you know god in America.

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"laura hart" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"laura hart" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The mission of sins and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit if everyone would only believe that there will be no division on the matter of how to be saved be not afraid only believe try that formula or anything with the lord has spoken only believe and then the lord taking the child by the hand sale under her tell us the QB which is to say being interpreted damsel arise hi straight way she arose and walk for she was twelve years old he commanded that they should give her something to eat that is a good thing for the church to remember whenever there is a baptism and that person is buried with Christ and raise the walk in newness of life give them something to eat give them the lord's supper every first day although we and feed them the bread of life in the teaching and preaching of the word of god which is the bread of life this was the argument for the resurrection but he would later use on the apostles concerning his own resurrection have you anything to eat and they gave him a piece of honey comb and a piece of broil fish am I taking food after he arose from the dead there was no doubt that he was not just of spirit but in fact a resurrected body and so when Jay I was his daughter came out of that room eating a big mac with fries and sipping a classic coca Cola through a straw there was no doubt about her resurrection this was the real thing Jesus is indeed Laura Hart of all ladies and gentleman you've been listening to another guard is just a prayer away radio broadcast brought to you each week at the same time large churches of Christ in Christian churches who are concerned about your soul's salvation the address they have Bozeman B. O. U. S. M. A. N. post office box five eleven Lynchburg.

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"laura hart" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"laura hart" Discussed on KCRW

"Usually of higher interest rates hand you're paying longer of course so I'm Laura hearts Cherokee me says that'll probably end up costing her upwards of two thousand dollars more in interest than a five year loan would have but also read says if you want to sell your car maybe you have another kid eating a mini van with a seven year long you are much more likely to be stock it still owing a lot more than the cars were to put you in in a very sort of vulnerable financial situation according to the car buying site admins for new car purchases with the trade and about a third of people are now rolling over an average of five thousand dollars of debt from their old car loan into their new car loan in other words it they're still paying for a car they don't even own anymore and if that wasn't enough there's another problem John van also is a lawyer with the national consumer law center you've probably spent already mia maybe hours at the dealership choosing a car maybe negotiating with the salesman on the price of the car itself then you're led to this back office though often referred to as the box then all says that's when car dealers tell you the loan options and try to sell you those add on products the make a lot of money on those extended warranties tire protection plans paint protection plans then also has a lot of these are often very over priced and at most car buyers don't know what a reasonable price is is this add on you know being marked up three hundred percent you don't really know any of that and he says with a seven year loan it there's more wiggle room to throw that stuff in without bumping up the monthly payment that much the national automobile dealers association had no comment when Laura Hart bought her jeep she agreed to buy an extended warranty and other extras adding two thousand seven hundred dollars on her long and hard lakes or car but she has a bit of buyer's remorse that should be making payments for so long and she thinks now what if she hadn't gotten that seven year loan I wonder that a lot if the loan had to be five years what car would I truly have driven off the lot that day odds are probably something cheaper Chris.

"laura hart" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"laura hart" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Welcome to Golden Ginette Schneider negative inspiration for a bigger better more purposeful life. Each week we are wisdom insights in gold from those living their lives after twenty three years in finance and a fancy. SBP title a left corporate. America to advocate for women and girls in life love the boardroom and the marketplace now the CEO of my own media company. My goal is to change the world for my daughter and her friends. My First Book Laura Hart Singer Pass to create your future dropped. Late twenty. Eighteen is based on what women wish they would have known when they were girls. This is purposeful content big conversations and safe place for us to show our gold under James for the future. We record every week from this studio at the space. Lv Amanda Hurley. He spent nearly a decade and finance but after the financial crisis began to feel completely different direction she put herself through school and began moonlighting as a massage therapist though she'd laid the groundwork for a massive shift left it was a single day when she was both laid off and found out she was pregnant that her path was forever altered a management the following six years immersed in the birth world from carrying birthing her own three children to supporting other women and families as a birth Dula and body and energy worker. She now empowers others to seek alignment with their souls purpose by illustrating the power of asking the right questions and deconstructing beliefs and paradigms which no longer serve our new alignment. She is walking this path right alongside. There she serves. This is why she calls herself it. Rebirth ally Amanda is Creator and host of the podcast freedom journey on apple and spotify most recently the host and creator of Virtual Summit entitled the Rebirth of Women Together other we rise which spans the various aspects of the transformation women often face throughout mother. Head Mendel is in Chicago with her voted partner. Josh and their three beautiful children today amended. I Talk About Motherhood and the reason why it can shape us to our core. How children are mirrors and why they have such a profound ability to ask the right questions that caused us to really really disassemble are belief structures? We also discussed what it's like to jump into something new as sheree quince herself with her new gifts. Let's dig in. I am so excited to have with me today. Amanda Hurley. Thank you for joining gold. Thank you so much for having me I love it. I I connect with you so much because you and I have a very similar back story and I know exactly what your career was exactly what you did and you're kind of a boss us. You're in the height of finance and the epicenter and It was so fascinating to talk to someone who came from the same world where people are confused about got my career transition. And you're like I did the same thing and so I was like you have to talk to you. Yeah well I mean obviously felt the exact same way because I get it you know and I think initially when I was sort of absorbed into that corporate finance world I felt like I was learning a totally different language and there was a lot of it that I had a hard time kind of conveying with my family and friends and so I think when you meet so when who is also been in that world you immediately have there's a little bit of a connection with them absolutely and I love. I've talked a little bit about the past working corporate and then kind of moving into into this place of of grace and soul and following purpose and I was curious if you could share with me your path went back to the path of mother and and I love that because I think having my daughter was win there was really a shift in me where my identity as being like. I used to call myself if you know Mike. I'm a boss Babe boss girl at all this stuff and I walked with a really high heels and start personality too and having a Mother did something to me are becoming a mother. Did something to me created this desire to to move back with to myself into that nurturing side of myself that that was under all of those layers. So I'm hoping that you can share with me. Like what was that transition like. And how did you make the decision that you want to support the mother. Yeah that's a great great question and it didn't happen overnight for me. It was kind of a slow trickling of evolution Aleutian When I had been working my job probably I was like six or seven years in to my job so I had like gotten kinda comfy? I knew the language I knew the people I knew our clients I knew I kind of knew the gag you know I knew I knew enough to know the Gig uh-huh and It became a little bit harder and harder for me to fully show up in my job and and so I sort of started doing. Some exploration ensued different areas. And I actually ended up putting myself through night school to hugh become a massage therapist in. I did this completely unbeknownst to everyone that I was working with because I just had to you start to reconnect with a different part of me. And it's interesting to me now even seeing that that was sort of the line of work that ah I initially kind of got pulled towards because I really was following my intuition and now I understand okay I I was being called called to heal like our physical being. Is You know that's what I was being drawn towards and so I sort of started laying that groundwork and then and you know when there was the big economic crash I remember. It was the only the only time I was ever called to work on the weekend and we had to unwind all the CDs. You remember that I remember. I was a stress case right during easy. NBC AND MSNBC and have clients or on the phone crying. Yeah I remember yeah. It was really shortly after that but I think I kind of was like you know why I don't think I don't think I'm built for this world and so I really was rolling. I was really throwing throwing the intention out to to make some type of transition. I didn't know how it was going to happen. I didn't know what it was gonNA look like and I actually ended up getting laid off in two thousand thirteen and I was laid off on the exact same day that I found out I was pregnant with my daughter with my first child and I remember being. I mean this crazy now but I remember being so excited excited that it was happening because I could see it coming down the pipeline. Almost like you needed the permission right. You kind of knew it was coming coming but you needed someone else to to pull the plug to seven feet. I I totally did I really did. And you know I have kind of a new found respect to for the people who I worked with because I understand now why they were probably feeling frustrated with me in the way that they were. And it's because I wasn't present you had something else else cooking. It's so frightening because like I've had this deep desire to go to yoga teacher training even when I was in the height of my career because I needed something the thing that brought me back down into soul right because you're so caught up in kind of the the the world of finance and the worlds of money in politics and global systems of power and it's just sometimes you're like I just I need to feel like I've got my soul still there right. I need need to feel connected in some way and I found myself wanting to do that. And eventually I will had Rusia Costa on one time and I had told her that I wanted to do yoga teacher training so now I feel feel like I owe it to her. She said she's a famous like Yogi. And just travels all over the world and one day I will follow her to a retreat but it becomes this kind of otherness kind of desire to find. That grounded hurt yourself and I totally understand that and get that anything that it's amazing that you you felt a sense of relief that on the day that you found out you're pregnant you're also like Oh yeah the path of your own becoming a mom. Did you immediately. You say okay. Like I know I've got something here I wanna go to I want to. I want to move into massage therapy. Or how did your your business get started to where you actually started started supporting women in the process of becoming.

"laura hart" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"laura hart" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Five thousand per person fifty thousand total so if there's two people in there you're maxing out now and Lauren do you have anybody giving you advice on this not right now no okay Hey Tom I'm not trying to you understand I'm not trying to be a hard time I just don't want you wasting your time yes Suzanne she did one as she was told she should apply for social security disability should questions about that okay if you apply for social security disability let's say today then and your ultimately awarded it you will get retroactive pay to today but you're the insurance company that will put off everything because they're not going to give you any kind of long term disability knowing that you have you have applied for this it's best to wait to see what you get and then go on but if you're not living it's going to take a year to get social security disability anyway by the time you're all said and done Laura Hart will doctors agree you're totally one hundred percent disabled this point they told me that yeah okay you gotta call chancellor just even to have that conversation let him at least I ball what's going on yeah and tell em tell what coverages you have just call him five nine seven forty five hundred what coverages the time just do that for now and then get you know you have this hearing coming up you may have to postpone it this this thing and you're not ready I mean you're really not no that's why I was calling yeah so you know what I was back in the hospital okay two weeks ago and stuff from the head injury they thought I was having symptoms of a stroke which is to have this is terrible if she has uninsured this thing could go somewhere so would you would you call John and and will let him know you're calling and just get some answers here's what's mind boggling about our state limits to what do you think the property damage we talked to twenty five fifty what do you think the property damage is the minimum the minimum I think it's a hundred miles fifteen thousand dollars you mean property damage per accident for property damage so in other words if your car's worth more than fifteen grand and someone hit you with the minimum don't you think it's time to raise the men's items there's so many people that don't even by the minute I don't know three oh three seven one three talk has internationals treated for car accidents have you guys ever done that afterwards you know yeah we'll do it we don't do any personal injury right now but but we often see people afterwards yeah when they get in a war they want to go for pain they and is there a such thing as whiplash I mean it's I mean I don't mean a such thing something you can touch feel and treat yeah I mean what is whiplash so with that lots a lots of people will argue about that I mean so you can have you can have whiplash injury with a normal MRI that's possible now there's a couple people we work with fat we'll we'll do advance neuro imaging yeah the cervical spine and so they'll comment on things you know specific ligament injuries offers a lot of people ignore the upper cervical spine so unless it's something that cannot be treated with stem cell though that a whiplash it's so so debatable we're trying to do it dot asked intenta one of the things he's really trying to do is work on upper cervical neck then yeah so the up up at the brainstem areas yeah C. one zero one one two and two three and there's there's some evidence that that there's different receptors in those those different joints up there that actually can contribute to dizziness nausea right who are these vague symptoms that people with with whiplash injuries will complain about so let's talk about that if you have any questions post three oh three seven one three talk.

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"laura hart" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"laura hart" Discussed on KPCC

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