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How Cauliflower Is Caught Up in Diet Culture

Poison Punch Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

How Cauliflower Is Caught Up in Diet Culture

"Is cauliflower. Everything poisoned bunch is an excellent. I will start by not answering it. I'm gonna start by saying i think is cauliflower. Everything poison punch. I think it's rooted in diet culture. I think for me if we're looking at what cauliflower is in right like pizza pasta wraps posing as mashed potatoes even pancakes nowaday all of these things. I think. That's a real representation of diet cultures. Carb phobia right there. Let's take this vegetable and try to put it anywhere that we're finding carbs to make something lower in carbs. So i think that messaging inherently wrong is like pretty rooted in diet culture. It's like oh you can have this if you have like the cauliflower and if we're looking at the marketing and advertising associated with that right like what you're saying like the more is more rate more per serving or You know just saying like this is like a superfood situation you know like all the kind of diet trophy Tape things are usually present when it when it comes to that. So if i'm like even looking at some of the labels it's just like on mine it's like two grams. Net carp rightly specifically targeting. People who are like trying to avoid carbs for some reason and so. I think that that that in of itself is really really problematic. And i think it's not necessarily happening in an effort to be like let's add more vegetables cheer diet and while that might be some of the messaging is often than ever to help. Reinforce the notion that like the enemy and your body can't handle those

NASA Is Lending A 3.9-billion-year-old Moon Rock To The Biden White House

Innovation Now

01:13 min | Last month

NASA Is Lending A 3.9-billion-year-old Moon Rock To The Biden White House

"The request of president. Joe biden the lunar sample laboratory facility at nasa's johnson space center some monroe to the white house. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shaped our future. Triangular glass display case boasts photo glass sides than aluminum top and bottom and holds three hundred thirty two gram piece of the moon. The sample was returned to earth. And nineteen seventy two by the apollo. Seventeen astronauts ronald evans and moon walkers harrison schmitt. An eugene cernan. The last humans to set foot on the moon chipped from a large boulder located almost two miles from the lunar module. The sample surfaces contain tiny craters created as micrometeorites impacts that sandblasted the rock over millions of years the flat sides were created in the jc lab when slices of the rock were cut for scientific research. Now the moon rock has a place of honor in the oval office of the white house on loan to the current administration. It represents the accomplishments of an earlier generation and is a unique symbol of support for america's plans to return to lunar orbit and beyond

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic criticizes LeBron James for activist role: 'Do the category that you do'

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

02:38 min | Last month

Zlatan Ibrahimovic criticizes LeBron James for activist role: 'Do the category that you do'

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The Aldi Haul

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

04:34 min | 8 months ago

The Aldi Haul

"Today we are jumping in there's another episode that is a hall episode. So today's the Aldy Hall. GonNa make the joke, the hall yeah. I know I always make the joke it's I. Think I'm over the joke. Brought it back. I love all the all the is actually a new discovery for me, and now I describe it as like a less expensive trader Joe's. Isn't that kind of what it's like pretty much which is crazy because trader Joe's is already inexpensive. Like yeah. It's like the dollar store trader joes well, I. Mean the last time I said it was like smartandfinal meets the dollar store and some people got upset about that comparison. But like I love the dollar store and by the way, people need to know that the food that you get at the dollar store is not older expired in some cases it's a lot of big brands that are specifically making foods for the dollar store. So I don't know that but I a big fan of the dollar store. So I take that as a compliment if somebody would say that anyway, that's just me. But today we are going through a whole bunch of products I went to all the last week. I purchased don't know like nine hundred item. So. A lot of the stuff that I bought were holding off in a few more weeks. We'll do it all the hall I'm GonNa. Go back to all the fill it out. But I, I mean I literally got like fifteen things and we're going to try one, seven, eight, eight of them today. It's going to be tough for me to not eat that one thing that's in the bag that we're gonNA wait on because it just I can I look at it every day and I wanna eat it I'm guessing it's peanut butter flavored Jamie please hide this from him. It'd be having other PB item today. It's a little bit of a weird. I am I'm actually really excited with that one. So I'm excited about everything today zero. All right. So before we jump in and start eating everything in sight Mike, what you got. Are you ready for your new favourite fall drink? Viva Seltzer has just come out with a new flavor. Do you WANNA guess. So it's fall themed. So the is it the I think it's V. visit. Oh, it's. I don't know. Could. Use this Jamie what does it looks like the va I don't know. Whatever you want to her five. The new flavor is pumpkin spice. So it's a hard seltzer pumpkin spice flavors. It looks like right now it's only being sold at Kroger Stores and Kentucky Tennessee and Ohio. But I'm sure we'll go nationwide wouldn't go nationwide. By, the way I don't know if you know this but the vive or. Whatever it's called their heart seltzer drinks or one hundred calories and two grams of carbs. Yeah. That's not bad except the only bad part of that is hard. Seltzer Gross. That's my. I don't I am not a fan and the the idea of like a pumpkin spice flavor that sounds terrible to me. Might be harsh right now no I feel like the only excuse for a pumpkin spice flavored cocktail as if it's like a frozen sweet. Type of like creating. Yes. Creamy. So the article that I that I read this from, they got a taste of it and they said it's amazing like it's and they thought the same thing like it would be terrible and they loved it so. I will give it a try I'm GONNA give it the benefit of. And a our little community of Woodland Hills is in the news like big time in the news Amazon fresh. The one that we have that we've been getting our deliveries from there finally, opening it up to walk in customers. It's the first in the country like no other Amazon, fresh stores allowing customers walk inside except for ours right now. And it's by appointment only I guess you have to go on and make an appointment. And, the store does have cashiers but they they encourage you to use their dash cart our showing Jamie this the other day. So it's a cart with a screen on it and every time you pick up an item, you scan the item on the car and then charges you on your Amazon Account. So I'm imagining it to punch in your code or something when you get get the cart. And I'm not, GonNa go to any stores as of it on my comfortable yet. But I don't know might be something you might WanNa check out judgy when you say You might want to go into a store. That sounds cool. I. The thing I know about Amazon fresh is that whenever I order anything, there's like for every item, there's like eighty eight pieces of packaging. It's like they wrap everything in plastic and in cooler bag, and then in a brown bag and then box. But maybe if you go to the store, you won't get all the packaging but I'm excited actually so I will check it out

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What's the Best Non-Dairy Milk Alternative?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:47 min | 8 months ago

What's the Best Non-Dairy Milk Alternative?

"You can buy non dairy alternative beverages made from Soya Rice, almond, oat, coconut peas, hemp flax is there any particular reason that you might choose one over the others and for that matter are any of these more nutritious than cow's milk? Will. It really does depend on what you're looking for. If you don't eat meat for example, then you might want to choose one that somewhat higher in protein. If you're watching your weight on the other hand, you might prefer one that's lower in calories. So I compared a dozen different types and brands of non dairy milk to see how they stacked up nutritionally. Now, in each case I chose the plane unsweetened version or as close to that, I could get include both original and light or reduced fat varieties when possible. And so here's a rundown of the most popular milk alternatives and what I see is the nutritional pros and cons of each. All of the non dairy milk, of course, are going to be Vegan and lactose free. But then there are some real differences. Soy and PEA milk are the highest in protein. They provide somewhere between eight and eleven grams of protein per cup, which is comparable to cow's milk. Legumes such as soybeans and yellow peas are also relatively complete source of protein although not quite as complete as dairy. Soy Protein in particular has some beneficial effects on cholesterol levels and might help keep your bones strong. But as I talked about way hacking episode number twenty, one on the pros and cons of soy. There are a few reasons that you don't want to Overdo it with soy and I suggest keeping it to no more than three servings a day. So if you eat a lot of other soya based foods, then you might want to choose a different kind of milk for that reason. Hen Flax and Walnut milks are all relative newcomers to the alternative scene and all of these are an excellent source of Omega three fats. This is a nutrient that's often lacking in the western Diet. If your diet does not include a lot of fish, for example, this could be a way to fill that gap a single serving of one of these can provide an entire day's recommended intake of Omega three fat. That's about four times as much as you'd get from soy milk and six times as much as you'd get from cow's milk none of these options however are very high in protein. Now if you're counting calories, almond milk tends to be quite a bit lower in calories and sugar than most of the other non dairy milks. It's also fairly low in protein and don't expect the same benefits that you'd get from eating almonds virtually all of the fiber and the heart healthy mono unsaturated fats that make almond. So healthy have been removed although almond milk has for a long time in one of the most popular non dairy. Several other nut milks have entered the market more recently including those made from hazelnuts cashews, and as I mentioned earlier, Walnuts. If you're looking for one to make it home, I have found that cashew milk is the easiest and best tasting. Do It yourself non dairy milk option and in the show notes for today I have linked to the recipe that I created to make cashew milk. Now, I should point out that not milks nut milks including those made from almonds, walnuts and cashews use more water to create than other non dairy options, and this is because nuts are very water intensive crops nonetheless, Almond and other nut milks use less water to produce then cow's milk. But if water usage is important to you, Sawyer oat milk are the least water-intensive to produce. Now. Rice milk is the one that you're least likely to be allergic to. However, it is also pretty much the lowest in protein and it tends to be higher in sugar and calories. Although races not as water-intensive to grow as nuts, it's not far behind in terms of water use. OAT Milk is another newer entry into the non dairy field people tend to really like it's creamy texture especially in coffee it's also a more sustainable option than not or rice based milks another plus is that it does contain a small amount of fiber. Now, we're only talking one or two grams per serving but oat fiber has some unique benefits in terms of lowering blood cholesterol and blood sugar levels with just two to four grams of protein per serving oat milk is lower in protein than either cow's milk. Or Soy milk, but higher than most rice and almond milk varieties, and finally milk may also be a great option for those with nut allergies for whom not milks are obviously off the menu and this brings us to coconut milk. Now, with all the buzz around coconut oil and coconut water lately, it was probably inevitable that a coconut based milk alternative would appear on the already overcrowded shelves in that non dairy I'll. But as with all the other coconut based products, the health benefits of coconut milk are modest. Plane unsweetened coconut milk is very low in calories and carbohydrates. It's only got about half as many calories as skim milk. However, coconut milk contains no protein and it's often described as being watery kinda tasteless. Now. Here's just a quick. Although. Both are referred to as coconut milk. The coconut based beverage that you'll find next the almond milk is not to be confused with the coconut milk that you'll find the canned food or international foods I'll canned coconut milk is made from blending coconut meat and water into a rich creamy liquid that's quite high in fat and calories. This is the ingredient that you'll see called for in curry recipes, desserts, and other kinds. Asian cuisine.

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Is a CLA Supplement Effective for Weight Loss?

20 Minute Fitness

04:36 min | 1 year ago

Is a CLA Supplement Effective for Weight Loss?

"Or natural fatty acid found in meat and dairy products. It is naturally produced by grazing animals such as cows and goats and these animals basically have a unique enzyme in the digestive system that converts the Omega six fatty acids in green plants to conjugated linoleic. Acid and then it is stored in the animals muscle tissues and milk so food the highest concentrations of as include your butter lamb fresh ground beef cheddar cheese and so on however the Cla content of these foods on the food products varies with the season and the Diet of the animals of call us. So cla's are not an essential fatty acid. So you do not need to obtain it from your diet. In order to have optimal health nevertheless though people do take cla supplements for that purported fat burning effects and the many health stores. You'll find cla sold as a pill or as a syrup. That's what we're going to really look at today. Cla's in supplement form so yours. He found out already that naturally. It's founded dairy products and beef but it could also be synthesized in the lab as a dietary supplement and the proponents of this or the businesses behind the supplements claim that. Cla's can help to reduce fat build muscle and even increase your energy and endurance and in fat burning supplements that are often co formulated with other ingredients. Such as your caffeine and your Guarani. So obviously in this episode. I want to see whether there's any actual validation as to the fact that they are good fat burning supplements so let's have a look at the impact on weight and fat loss and take a look at some of the studies out So a study called the of conjugated linoleic. Acid reducing fat mass was conducted in two thousand and seven and it was really conducted because Cla's an effective supplement for reducing fats in animals. And all of a sudden he wants to see if I had the same sort of effect on humans however they found off the doing a Meta analysis of eighteen knowledgeable studies that a three point. Two gram doses. Cla's only produced a modest loss in body. Fat percentage in humans and that was three point two grams per day of Cla's and another study conducted in the same year I looked at CLA's and obesity and it also found those no convincing evidence of the effectiveness of CLA's inhuman. So so far. We're already see evidence that the claims to be two of fat loss of CLA supplements might be founded all all of us the emphasize from the studies that do show them to have a benefit and one such study. That does she have a benefit involved. One hundred eighty overweight male and female volunteers between a BMI of twenty five thirty and obviously we do not be is not necessarily an accurate indicator of whether someone is overweight to there being athletic builds and muscle mass and so on however the subject in this study were overweight rather than being muscular and they were allowed to consume radio. Sort of whatever died they wanted however the participants were given a cla as a free fatty acid or they were given a placebo daily for one year and at the end of the study body. Fat Mass dropped by significant amounts with the people that were taking the as compared with placebo with a reduction on average of six point. Nine percent further reduction with the people who are taking the CLA supplements. Obviously this would state that. They're all benefits. And that's obviously. Why fitness companies that are promotion. These sutherland say that they can help. Reduce Body fat and even in this study actually found that supplementation as a free fatty acid actually did increase lean body mass as well so there is evidence to suggest here that it isn't just aiding animals but also humans but y'all needed weight-loss proponents if we move on from this obviously there's conflicting evidence and more studies need to be done really to sort of get a final outcome beyond the weight loss benefits of Cla or potential it should say proponents of Cla supplementation. Belief that it can halt enhance athletic performance by stimulating testosterone production. But again scientific evidence on this has been found to be inconclusive so as we can see by looking quickly at some different studies that all many fat burning supplements on the market that all claiming to be miracle workers and it does seem that. Cla's at the stage one at them they do potentially worked again depend on genetic makeup and it depends how your body reacts individually to them but the evidence is inconsistent so we still sort of preach our core principles of having a healthy balanced diet exercising regularly having adequate rest and Soham so hopefully this helps clarify what cla's all they do ahead words. Conjugated linoleic acid. You know what someone's talking about when they mention them and if you're already taken them or you're considering taking them it may make you think

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The Scoop on Pomegranate

20 Minute Fitness

04:50 min | 1 year ago

The Scoop on Pomegranate

"Pomegranate juice has become well known for being antioxidant rich and again you can refer to the antioxidant episode. We did a little while back to fully understand the benefits of anti-oxidants. But I will give some information as long. So it's been found to have an abundance of polyphenyls Quercetin and nitrates as well which insurance improved exercise performance and physical strength so polyphenols are phytochemicals with antioxidant properties? That are found in plant food sources. Polyphenyls give the fruits of vibrant colors and they can provide numerous health benefits including reduced inflammation on protection of all cardiovascular system. Gallic acid is one of the polyphenyls that pomegranate has been shown to eight muscle recovery. Quercetin is a naturally occurring bioflavonoids. That's found in a variety of plant food sources and the flavonoids represents a large class of anti-oxidants that are shown to reduce inflammation. They can remove your toxins. Decrease your cellular damage in your body potentially from working out and putting your body on too much stress. A much like Beetroot Ju. To the high levels of Nitrates in pomegranate exercise performance can be increased by the supplementation all pomegranate juice. Those study that was conducted on nineteen athletes who stop to run on a treadmill on. It showed one grounded. Pornogr- on its extract. Thirty minutes before you start doing exercise could significantly enhance your blood flow underlay. The onset fatigue and increase your exercise efficiency. Another study was conducted on elite weightlifters to examine the effects of the juice on muscle recovery and the Olympic weightlifting. Because it's quite an exhaustive training regime. Evening at least increased muscle damage oxidative stress and inflammation and the study looked at nine young men who were elite weightlifters on has have at least three days of training so they were very proficient in sports and they were lifting at least five times a week between ninety to one hundred twenty minutes per session on their obviously in good health. Not taking any other anti-oxidants anti inflammatory drugs. So prior to that sessions they started taking the control group on the group taking these the supplementation of the grant juice and they had a that baseline level was recorded for one. Rep Max of each Olympic Movement. Your snatch you're cleaning jerk on your squats. There was a high blood samples and blood pressure taken as well so the people that has the supplementation with drinking three times. Two hundred and fifty milliliters a day of pomegranate juice and once the study concluded it was found the weightlifter taken the Jews were able to increase work how duration and the amount of weight being lifted there is also indicated that participants experienced foster recovery and less muscle soreness and the most significant improvements for domes. Were in the quadriceps and biceps so again although it was a small sample size any nine people in the previous that he was nineteen people. It does show that these fruits with high levels of nitrates can really help with all muscle performance recovery as well but obviously we do need to hot a biggest study done to completely confirm this pomegranates. Also contains punitive casted on. This is found in the pornographic seed oil. Which is conjugated linoleic acid? Now going to look at. Cla's in more detail next week but there is evidence to suggest that CLA's can aid with fat loss. No give you a quick study. Systematic Review of eighteen studies found that those who supplemented with three point two grams per day of Cla's lost on average. No point one pounds or no point G per week compared to placebo so they lost more taking the supplement than not taking it and punic acid is a member of the family. Serve best slight evidence. That suggests that pomegranate supplementation could also age wave increased fat loss but again very small study. A much more work needs to be done on this. I'm looking at cognitive. Function pomegranate. Also helped with this while another study. That looks at how pomegranate could help meant memory in mid Latian older adults who had Memory complaints found that drinking eight ounces of pomegranates. A day could indeed help improve learning and memory so actual see much like Beetroot pomegranate has a whole host of cognitive and physiological benefits. That may help you. If you'll sporting an athletic performance and recovery however keep saying the studies needs to be law for us to really truly understand the benefits of these foods task groups at eighty nine. Seventeen that no really large. I completely clad These benefits are definite so be exciting to see the research on these food. Groups develop and but it's also exciting to find out that potentially supplementing with these lessening superfoods can do as a world of

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Creatine: what is it, and what does it do?

20 Minute Fitness

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Creatine: what is it, and what does it do?

"Less first off by saying that new supplement is really a necessity hence the name supplement meaning it supplementary to to a balanced healthy lifestyle and diet but creating is one of the world's most tested supplements really an received great safety profiles so creating gene is a substance that's naturally found in muscle cells and it helps your muscles produce more energy during your lifting sessions and if we look at it chemically it's tortuous organic acid that as I mentioned before it helps apply entity to cells in the body and it shares many similarities with amino acids and your body can produce is it from the amino acids lysine and Arginine see around ninety five percent of the bodies creating stored in the muscles in the form of false though creating and the other five percent is found in your brain and your kidneys and your liver so a person needs between one to three grams. Really of Chritina eighteen day and route half of this comes from your diet and the rest is synthesized by the body so way getting your your one three grams from Utah. You'll die. It is from a law. Red Meat and fish for example one pound of raw beef or seven provides around one two grams of creating according to the International Society of sports nutrition larger athletes though who are training quite intensely might need consume between five to ten headon grams of creating a day to maintain stores. And this might be why you're thinking about taking creating as a supplement not thinking of getting enough enough training quite intensively so you need to supplement crazy and ensure diet and that's a supplement you can find created in a number of different forms the most popular of which is say are creating lean more hydrate and creating shell so creating monohydrate is putting the most extensively studied form of creating for use nutritional supplements and in terms of muscle swapped take is going to high ability to increase high intensity exercise capacity and is called monohydrate. Because it's made by binding created in the organic gallic acid with one molecule of water hence mono one hydrates water creating. HCl On the other hand is made by touching hydrochloride group creatine to enhance stability and create. Shell works well. Because only hydrochloride group to the creative molecule lowers the Ph of the creating making it more acidic acidic and. This makes it a lot more soluble in fluids or dissolves veteran fluids. And you'll notice when you actually mix. HCL and water mixes almost instantly with no sedimentation patients drops to the bottom of the glass in like sentiment in that when that when the choice either from some of the protein shakes you have before you lumpy clusters in your protein shake. It is is not nice so creating. ACL Mix in far better than creatine monohydrate. There's lots of mixed evidence about which is king really between creatine. MONOHYDRATE INCREASE NATE SEATTLE. The main issues. Criminal Hydrate let's do it solubility in fluids and its absorption by the body. There's been some research reports that less than three percents of the original amount of creatine. Not monohydrate is transported across the intestinal cells in nineteen minutes. I'm not only. Is this an issue. Because it limits the uptake creating body intestines number muscles does but it can also lead to stomach upset because of creating sitting in the intestines and drawing water into them but with critic one hundred being so extensively studied there on on numerous studies that say just five ten grams a day. There's lots of evidence that it's increasing power output muscle endurance and muscle size partly oversee by upbringing water into the muscles for time. Although it has been found to also help actual

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Low-level drug cases could restart in new county budget plan

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Low-level drug cases could restart in new county budget plan

"Snohomish county is about to get tougher on drug possession and couples core when hate has the details about an influx of cash to revive prosecution for small amounts of drugs prevention of cocaine heroin and math is a felony in Snohomish county but over the last year or so police have seldom arrested for amounts less than two grams the justice system didn't have the resources to prosecute all those arrests things are changing the ever Herald reports the county counsel's proposed twenty twenty budget adds adds four four hundred hundred thirty thirty thousand thousand dollars dollars to to pay pay for for extra extra cord cord staffers staffers the the new new staff staff would would allow allow the the county county to to reverse reverse the the two two gram gram limit limit can can once once again again prosecute prosecute those those small small amount amount offenders offenders not not everyone's everyone's on on board board Kathleen Kathleen Kyle Kyle with with the the county county public public defender's defender's association association says says the the county county is is about about to to reinstate reinstate a a failed failed policy policy we we tried tried this this for forty years and it doesn't work that you cannot prosecute your way out of drug addiction that she we should really invest in treatment but some critics have linked the more lenient policy to increases in homelessness and street crime a council vote on the plan is scheduled for next

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Trump Said to Favor Leaving a Few Hundred Troops in Eastern Syria

Brian Kilmeade

03:42 min | 1 year ago

Trump Said to Favor Leaving a Few Hundred Troops in Eastern Syria

"Fire real quick on Syria I know real fed up with it it's just such a Titanic error the president made and it's an unforced error it looks as though he's talking about keeping two hundred people two of your soldiers around the eastern part of Syria where the oil fields are because he knows the Russians gonna get it or the running is going to get it or the Syrians going to get it back and meanwhile the cease fire someone holding right now in the Turkish area giving the Kurds some away to get out as well as our guys away to get out but we see that the presence walking back some of the things you've been saying in the Kurdish commanders or deaths duh are desperate for the president to reverse himself here's what one said through a translator yesterday on ABC I would like to tell Mr trump the Kurds are not happy for us the American troop withdrawal was like a knife in the back of the Kurdish people the agreement will not stop the genocide of the Kurdish people I would like to say to Mr trump you must solve this with Turkey I hope so and I hope the president does he's got a communication with to one their relationship the pre dates the office dead as a business relationship I don't know how anyone could be pleased to be friends are there to want the president Obama said he was a personal friend as well and just like George Bush fast said thought was a good guy I think we've all learned something different when it comes to to one he kind of trip according to the Kurdish commander he tricked the American president presenting him with wrong information that the Americans were convince Hughes would Jennifer Griffin said last night he spoke to she spoke to general Mazloum ID in Syria they see said this just over the Kurdish leader who's the top commander of the SP up a journal Muslim he's calling on president trump to leave US troops in Syria and describe Turkish air strikes artillery strikes an ongoing bridges cease fire he says the Turkish president tricked him and the Kurds would still rather work with the U. S. there is time for president trump to change his mind and prevent ethnic cleansing his forces are not working with Syria and the Russians they said they had different goals no kidding instead of going over the things and the ramifications of a hill to conceive move and many of you disagree with me I got a lot of the emails I get a lot of the calls I like the people they're trying to fix it general Keane and Lindsey Graham a trying to fix it any use which Lindsey Graham said yesterday cut seven let me tell you what I think we are withhold judgment as to what's going to happen in Syria and tell us all in I am increasingly optimistic that we can have some historic solutions in Syria that have eluded us for years if we play our cards right I blame or the one for a for the invasion not truck he went on and saying what I just referred to be poor about protecting the oil cutting the big thing for me is the oil sales president trump is thinking outside the box I was so impressed with his thinking about the oil not only are we going to deny the old fills falling into Iranian hands oddly were on the verge of a joint venture between us and the Syrian democratic forces who helped destroy ISIS and keep them destroyed to modernize the old bills and make sure they get the revenue not the Iranians not aside and it can help pay for our small commitment in the future and protecting Israel is the number one objective we can do all of that with a very small force recently optimistic this could turn out very well so listen Lindsey Graham you know it sounds like I think that was the two grams idea the president braced is so the two grand does we you really should do make sure your boss does it was his idea so let's say I

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"two grams" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"two grams" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hundred two eight two two eight eight two grams of audio somebody's number eighteen and nineteen now one of the. things that I right yeah I think this is this is why this was Monday. I ask all of you a question do you think the president I said. shouldn't make an ongoing point about that do nothing nature of the Congress while they are totally occupied absorbed in this impeachment gambit. and running through the basics of this won't take me very long. Kratz claim to be the party little guy Democrats claim to be party cares about average ordinary downtrodden victimized. weird people. and looking out for Republicans don't care about him conservatives don't care about him the Democrats do the Democrats are protecting the Democrats in the Senate you're gonna protect the downtrodden almost longer the Thursday the fellow but whatever going to protect them from the ravages of American capitalism from the ravages of American conservatism in the Republican Party in general. and that's what they tell their constituents every minority group every every victimized group on the grievance Democrats Tellem we're looking out for you we care about you we have the compassion we have a big hearts we have the tolerance we have the open mindedness we do not judge all of this stuff. and they're not doing any of it. they're not interested in the price of prescription drugs for example they're not interested in fixing what's wrong with healthcare they certainly don't care a whit. about open borders in immigration and they're not even doing anything on one of their pet issues climate change they're not doing anything to put fossil fuel businesses out of business there just now being off a lot about it but not not even doing that now they're doing nothing they are totally all EM on impeachment they are spending American tax dollars themselves. they are spending American tax dollars to Vance there are old and personal political agendas which happens to be a get the president thrown out of office. and I think trump should hammer this because he is focusing on those things and tried and the Democrats will not focus on them from now till the end of this campaign season make. because doing so would allow trump to claim a victory on the living trump wants to lower prescription drug prices he wants to fix the border he wants to stop the tide of illegal immigration. he wants to tackle prescription drug prices and he's working on it every day and he's making mention of the Democrats are not going to join they are not going to assist they're not going to help because they will not do anything that benefits the American people from now for the election of twenty twenty because that would benefit trump and so the people that the Democrats claim to care about have been shoved to the back of the line the bottom of the list of priorities the American people and Democrat voters are the last thing Democrats care about right now. and I think trump should keep hammering it I think the Republicans ought to keep hammering it and I think the Republicans as a side issue better realize what the Democrats are trying to do to build bar they're trying to sabotage his investing more on that in a moment. well so long would be home I've been pounding this since Monday that the Democrats are doing nothing that they're spending tax bite taxpayer dollars to pursue their all one. per verse. political desires. they're not doing anything for the American people look as much as you and I might disagree with it. there is a reality that many people expect government to do things that will improve life. economics. clean water clean air this kind of stuff there there's a lot of people that look to government to do that. they look to government to do things that they don't think they can do for themselves. frankly there are a lot of people and that's what governments for to them. okay what hit them and tell them that the Democrat party which claims to exclusively care about these people he isn't doing anything not a single thing those people have been put to the back of the line the bottom of the priority list. so at the press conference today hello she's weekly presser. where she won't come pencil neck they share stage time. this subject came up. yeah yes let me just say there's no doubt in my mind that this is a direct response to what I've been saying here for the past three days now. there's no question I've heard about it no question it got spies monitoring Michelle wanted media matters for America thrives in the lives off. transcribing they're showing this characterizing what happens is no question pelos he's heard about it so at the end of her opening remarks at our pressure today this is among the things she said do we have any questions first on a work that to meet the needs of the American people in terms of the US MCA. stop at the bluebird me really put this even better perspective suppose she spent her entire press conference ramming trump. she's been the entire press conference the importance of impeachment the reluctance all I didn't want to do it always a solemn thing all we really don't want to do it all it's not going to unify the American we not only twelve of horrible. so she wasn't getting any questions about anything but impeachment em that is when she asked for people in the second friends took a frantic media to ask her about. script shin drug prices said health care and all that and here's how it sounded again do we have any questions first on a work that to meet the needs of the American people in terms of U. S. M. C. A. and a two or three. invision working with this president on these key democratic agenda items Lauren prescription drug costs for injuries suffered in safety measures as are actively considering whether to remove. we have a responsibility to uphold the count our oath of office to support and defend the constitution of the United States a we also have a responsibility to get the job done for the American people notice the sleaze nature of this question this question is the drive by media guises. how do you envision working with this present on these key Democrat and other items is all the Democrats on these items. lowering prescription drug costs in shoring tougher gun safety measures. health care or not how do you how do you work on your agenda items see they are as far as a lot of democratic voters this is what the Democrats do this is how the Democrats help people that some Democrats look out for people this reporter how in the hell can you do with that when you're trying to remove the guy. but hello she brought it up hello she asked for the question do we have any questions for can you measure of trump asked for questions from the press what would they do. they wouldn't they wouldn't ask him one saying he wanted to be as well here comes pelo C. as the maestro waving her wand around can anybody asked me how bout you over here Angie singles out this guy and he dutifully follows through. this is all they know they know they're walking a tight rope on this so that her answer well we can do both they have nothing to do with each other. trying to get rid of the president has nothing to do with working with him. what our Jeff. trying to get rid of him has nothing to do with it. and then she caught herself we have a responsibility to uphold the con. I mean are all of the office. we have a responsibility to uphold the con. okay okay she was gonna say constitution but she forgot. so next another Democrat in the media send madam speaker you look so great today how you doing today Jamie. do you have plans or have you taken off the table the idea of a full house vote on the impeachment inquire charge three anyone on HR three does anybody in this room care about the cost of prescription drugs and what it means to America's working families from tells us those questions. a USMC A. would tell me they're not listening to this program so what about you have it a full four full because nobody from cal respect and I did ask me about prescription drug prices right now ask me ask me ask me. getting frustrated there madam speaker. because you see the Democrats they don't care about any of that she's desperate for the questions so she got an answer on the record and make it look like the Democrats are working on it but folks they're not they don't care. they have no interest in it and they never do the bottom line is ask any Democrat voter how their life is improved under Democrat rule where Democrats do rule you can't get an answer Democrats know people's lives don't improve Democrats don't want people's lives to improve Democrats want people to continue to be dependent not self sufficient or self reliant the Democrats then blame Republicans when people's lives straight line squander flat line or don't improve however you want to characterize the Democrats blame Republicans for them. Democrats do not want. a growing economy that eight years with Obama in what they do told everybody Hey it's a new era. America's best days are behind this we're in a new era of decline and we're the people the manager decline for you that's their attitude. all right yeah I see clock break time EIB network Rush Limbaugh back with more after this.

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Deliciousness With Pumpkin Flavor

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

08:34 min | 1 year ago

Deliciousness With Pumpkin Flavor

"All right so so we are going to start today by testing out. We have a battle between Pumkin yogurts. We have three Pumpkin yogurts that we're gonNA try we have. Dan Enlightened Fit Pumpkin Pie. We have show Bonnie pumpkin spice and we have trader joes Pumpkin Greek Non Fat Yogurt so we're going to first start with the Dan enlightened fit fit which only has eighty calories. This is by far the lowest calorie of all no fat at all now. You know I'm a dirt so that's you loud that yogurt expert for the the people who don't know shorthand so this is. This is going to be interesting okay. I'm mixing it up the texture. It feels good. It feels nice and thick you know a lot of times. These like throwback old fashioned light yogurt or a little thinner. This is like a good textile and this was the only one of the three that's not Greek It's just regular our old. Dan Enlighten fit eighty calories bubby American younger. This is nice sweet. It's a little too sweet on board. Is it sweetened with yeah. It tastes me like tin cans probably aspartame or sucralose or a super-low super-low yell. It tastes little splendor riff but it's eighty calories and it's a pretty nice size yeah. It's not bad. Actually I don't I would say it serves a purpose you know at that is Greek Greek Greek well. That's a little thicker animals more sound this hour side. Um You know it doesn't have. I'M GONNA you're GonNa hear this like a broken record. I am very sensitive to clove so when things are overly clove it reminds me of going to the dentist dentist when I was a child but that didn't it didn't overdo it on the cloth. I thought it was nicely spiced with the sweetener was a little out of control. Say I think that your dentist should be fired for giving giving clove like my dentist had like marshmallow floride and it's not that it was part of the medicine was like it wasn't like it's like here's your clove-flavoured to face all right well. The next one is the pro trader Joe's Pumpkin Greek Non Fat Yogurt. This has one hundred thirty calories stories and twenty carbs and twelve grams of protein. The last one also twelve fourteen but I have to say the Calorie count is way higher on this fun. I'm looking forward to this. I bought actually about like four or five of them and I haven't had them because I couldn't cheat and have them before you guys home four It Zero Pumpkin really I think they forgot the pumpkin flavor. Are you just say cinnamon cinnamon light cinnamon taste almost glue. I would definitely not spend fifty. More calories is on this one. No I don't really usually trader. Joe's is a home run. Mike do you like it. I don't hate it but I definitely would love more Pumpkin but I like yogurt and it has a good texture that to me. It's all about texture. It does have good texture. Maybe you chopped up apples and a little more cinnamon your own pumpkin spice to it. Yeah I don't know I was like like that was unimpressive to me. This is Giovanni which is considerably thinner than the other two hundred and twenty calories. This is not nonfat and has two point five grams of fat still low. Oh Levin grams of protein so it's competing in the protein department much thinner. I'm much thinner and a little less full leans like some big scoop out there. You know what this tastes like to me like you know the icing on the top the Danish flavor almost like but it's it's specifically Danish flavored icing. I like the author Tasers all Pumpkin. That's great. That's the Best Trapani to me hands down the winner in the Yogurt Department. If you're in search of a Pumpkin yogurt the season stick with Giovanni I will say just my opinion shockingly. I liked the Dan enlightened fit even though like if you're sensitive to artificial sweeteners it's no but I can deal with Blenda. It was really yummy very very sweet but but definitely tasty good nicely spiced okay moving onto pancakes and waffles. We have yet another pumpkin battle. this is the time of year where all of these things are popping up on shelves this these two are actually this is going to be a good one because Kodiak cakes. I don't know what happened. They are taking the world by storm. Everybody loves Kodiak Cakes. They make a flap Jack and waffle mix in Pumpkin and flax flavor ten grams of protein a hundred and ninety calories serving two grams of fat. You can find these target and let me know Jamie if we have to tell people where the the yogurts are available but or they more mainstream and they're pretty mainstream obviously the trader. Joe's one is only at trader. Joe's the other ones are nationwide. Okay good so the Kodiak cakes her target and I don't know where else you get Kodiak hy-vee there's a store locator you can check out and there's some on Amazon but hurry up because it's low stock curry hurry okay and then the other one we're gonNA be trying Birch Benders Pumpkin Spice Paleo Pancake and waffle mix and those have one hundred forty calories a six grams of fat six grams of protein. Those are also a target so these are competing on the shelves at target and also at at home. It's great okay so let's go. We're going to start with the Kodiak cakes. I'm thinking perfect almost closer to me. Perfect love the look of Kodiak cakes and they're so fluffy they they make really good products and I think that the people like the Kodiak people are really cool. I met them like some food. Show on and these are just add water by the way Oh oh yeah you don't have to. I'm just going to use the back of my spoon to cut a little piece on. We're just a little. It's a little flat right yeah like a little soggy looking getting bigger than that to me. They don't taste so pumpkin but they're good. They're all of them. I never met a pancake. I didn't like Rome all right. I'm not a big pancake person. Those are just okay to me and I didn't have butter and Syrup Pancake like you did just recently when we were on our trip in Philadelphia the hotel that we stayed Pumpkin or their pancakes in the morning. We're not I mean. Can you really Count Hotel pancakes. Yes everything else they did. There was good. Oh all right. This is the Birch benders. It's lighter in color. The other one was dark on these feel like spongy kind of hope. They're better than the that syrup that we tried awesome. Oh that's right spongier. They do know there. Buttermilk pancakes are probably one of the best but these are not nearly as good as their buttermilk pancakes. These tastes like they have more fat oh they do. They have a lot more fat. They taste richer sick. They do tastes richer six grams of fat him giving a little bit too early six grams of protein. I don't know I have to be honest. I'd rather make my own. Don't we have like a recipe coming. It's coming out in a couple of weeks. It's the best those are phenomenal and I didn't know what it was going to run but they're they're way better than this on just okay. I liked the Birch benders better. What did you like better probably the bridge benders but that's because I'm reacting to the richness like all the VAT. I taste it but I love Kodiak everything so don't feel bad Kodiak people. We love you yeah. I think I'd do the bender okay. We ready to move onto bars. Let's go to the bar. We have bars and bars in bars ars but we we let we narrowed it down because there are a lot of pumpkin bars out on the market so we only have the Rx bar in Pumpkin spice which is a seasonal flavor and we we have the Lara Bar which is also a seasonal flavor in Pumpkin Pie. They're sort of comparably nutritional. they have com comparable. Mac rose to entrant in calories in the our expert two hundred calories in the Lara Bar. One has eight grams of fat. One has nine Lara bar is a little more fat fat five grams of fiber in the x bar four grams of fiber in the Lara Bar and the big difference is protein. The Rx Bar has twelve wapping grams of protein and Lara bar only has four. That's a big difference totally nuts and I'll give you some avail info while you open those up the Rx expires our at our expert dot com target whole foods trader Joe's

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Mass shootings could prompt Supreme Court to sidestep cases seeking to expand Second Amendment rights

Morning Edition

03:38 min | 1 year ago

Mass shootings could prompt Supreme Court to sidestep cases seeking to expand Second Amendment rights

"Martin president trump says conversations are under way about possible legislation on guns in the days since the mass shootings in el Paso and Dayton the president has been talking to leaders in Congress in both parties he's also been talking to the national rifle association there's no president that feels more strongly about the second amendment that I do however we need meaningful background Jack and from there speaking with reporters outside the White House this morning NPR's Franco or Dona as was there and joins us now from the White House hi Frank up hello so earlier today on this program we heard from deputy White House press secretary Hogan Gidley who when pressed was very vague about what specific gun control proposals the president would support did the president himself get into any details the president himself is not getting into more specific details he is continuing to kind of continue the same line that he has been saying over the last couple of days just saying that he wants meaningful background checks but without any specific he's talking about red flag laws he did mention that there could be some support for legislation from that's being proposed by to meet that involves some background checks but really he's not getting down to any details it's much difference for example than what the house is proposing proposing analysts some of the things that he is per pass talked about like the red box red flag laws kind of putting in protection for mental health these are things that actually he's rolled back in the past so there are still a lot of questions but at least at this point he's leaving the door open to talking and have keeping the conversation going but this is this is sort of happened before I mean we've seen the president talk about the need to address gun violence even leaving the door open for possible gun control legislation and then he has a conversation with the NRA and then it's all walked back I mean how how's he dealing with those gun rights advocates right now yeah exactly I mean in the past president trump has said that he's not afraid of the NRA he said that today he is kind of mocked his own Republican colleagues saying that they're afraid of the NRA now we asked him today whether he could do something without that hit their support he said yes he could but he didn't expect it to come to that now some of these proposals president trump said that he wasn't positive that the NRA would love them he says they understand the need for background checks but he also said they may be neutral on some of the proposals and he said that would be okay what was also interesting though is that president trump was repeating that the NRA also knows that president trump has done so much for them including getting two Supreme Court justices on the court who are supportive of the second amendment so you mentioned the house bill that passed with bipartisan support in February but it stopped there it's not the only piece of legislation floating around right what just give us a little in right now yeah there's two grams ripple there's two grand legislation that has to do with these red flag rules which would prevent or which would help me mentally ill you know be able to take guns away from the mentally ill there's the mansion to me legislation that is about expanding background checks but McConnell has stopped short and McConnell's talked about some of these things but he stopped short of assault weapons he did say something earlier about that but he's not he's kind of backing off whether they will deal band and one thing is he's he's not saying they will definitely pass something but he's saying that the Senate will discuss legislation in September when their schedule to return so there's still a lot

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"two grams" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"I have popcorn I've a homemade popcorn machine. I use coconut based butter. So that it is a a healthier oil or. Yeah. I guess it's it sort of looks like butter and has butter flavoring in it. But ultimately is the oil that you're cooking the kernels and. But again, it's coconut based not a vegetable oil. That's freakishly good. And then I eat that same meal that I described with the beef and the cheese and the jokes on the weekends. And then what else do I have? I might have some peanuts on the weekends. That's about it. And then if I'm gonna cheat or something that I'll have cold stone. And that's essentially my existence. Don't cheat very often. But when I do I enjoy the shit out of it. Okay. Travel foods when I'm traveling. I'm I try to eat like meat sticks and stuff I try to keep them ultra low in sugar it there's some out there. I think by epic that have like one or two grams of sugar those are amazing and easy to carry around. 'cause they're prepackaged also do some of the moon cheese from oh, God is a call that. I think it's called from. Starbucks. So usually you can find those at pretty much any airport. All right. That's essentially, everything you eat. It's very limited in variety, which is bad, by the way. I don't encourage people to do that. It is simply because it's easy and fast and light on the butcher. All right. So yes, that is my my diet. And by the way, if you guys wanna learn about things like diet might I suggest that you go to skill share. I love these guys, and they are today's Amei sponsor. So thank you so much skill share there an online learning community, by the way for those that don't know,.

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"two grams" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Degrees in mainly clear. Fall River man has been convicted and sentenced in the sixteen. Brutal. Murder of Taunton woman. Twenty-three-year-old Vanessa court was fouled whether throat cut in her an apartment. Investigators determined the twenty four year old James Susan had been in her home shortly before her body was found Susan was arrested soon after and a been held without bail. After a month long trial Sousa was found guilty yesterday. The judge immediately sentences at a life in prison with no possibility of patrol per parole. Prosecutors say heroin was the motive for the murder investigation into Bedford's Svetlanov distribution service being operated out of a vehicle lead to the arrest of three city residents last evening. The search of a vehicle the police stopped in the area of Hathaway boulevard and Highland street. Turned up a stolen loaded firearm and ammunition along with cash over forty two grams offense at all the driver of the car twenty six year old Renaldo Melendez and a passenger twenty five year olds. Vanni Arroyo charged with several weapons violations and possession of Fenton all with intent to distribute another passenger in the car. Twenty six year old chapter Yana is Ari was charged with four arrest warrants. We cab driver who fought back and killed one of his assailants in an attempted robbery in New Bedford will not be charged. The Bristol County. Jay's office says the driver had lawfully attained a licensed to carry after the two thousand fifteen killing of a fellow cab driver, the driver freedom cell from a choke. Hold us cap on August, tenth and fired. Several shots into the back seat killing twenty four year old Christopher Dunton of New Bedford. The other suspect Twenty-three-year-old Kyle Dawson was arrested and indicted earlier this month on multiple charges, including involuntary manslaughter. Dawson, pleaded not guilty of the charges in Fall River superior court today and was ordered held without bail, pending a dangerousness hearing November eighth Red Sox manager, Alex Cora. One of the teams champ. Trophies in a bystander had been hit by Aaron beer cans thrown during the team's victory parade today. Cora is named as the victim of the beer can thrown by a nineteen year old Cape Cod man during the celebration. He was not seriously hurt. WBZ news time is six zero five in sports. The five and two Celtics will host the seven.

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"two grams" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Fifty thousand pounds of product had to be thrown away. That's almost the size of five African elephants. Why slaughter? Why would they do that? Compared to an elephant the amount of pork throw. It away was five African elephants or I don't know the amount of pigs that it was that would be more sensible. Right. How many pigs died for no reason because the guy Peter why do we need to know in terms of elephants more impressive. Maybe this reporter does it with every story everything that has weighed. He tells the audience how many elephants that is like oh my God. This is the five elephants story house, and there's just elephants everywhere. And he pretends he's an elephant when he gets home a very huge fan of the animal. I was arrested with one to two grams of cocaine which is point zero zero two percent of an African elephant. Yes, that's a very weird thing. Just to toss in the middle of a story like that. Let's go to your dispatches from the news junkie app. And see what's happening where you are. Here is Andrew the dispatch. I have a bottle of the extremely limited patrol on x. Guillermo del Toro issue on tequila. In my man, cave. Anybody that brings me a magnet? We'll get one shot. For free. And you can put that down in the history books because this is not going to be released. Again, what is it about del Toro Benicio del Toro? All the different del Toro. I didn't even know he added to Kiel Al the director. Yeah. Easy director or actor del Toro is a director it just sounds expensive. Yeah..

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"two grams" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

13:34 min | 2 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And so it's route so Silicon Valley right now, there's an enormous use of mushroom these fulltime mushrooms at sub threshold levels below that which you can feel and increases cognitive function coders are using this and all the major computer companies. I'm privy says some inside information that I obviously can't talk about these companies. Everybody knows and hailed sued imagination creativity. We have a loss of intellectual capital in this country. And as our elders who are encyclopedia or knowledge when we lose because of Alzheimer's and their offices. We're losing ability to transmit this information these world wise. These lifelong experiences this knowledge body intellect to the next generation that's a loss of intellectual capital to this country. And so the idea of taking a sub threshold dose where does no change in consciousness. That's noticeable. I I do I will say for the record. I do think they should remain illegal. Why tell me why? Well, I'm out in the country. You know, I live I live in a narrow roadway on the country. I don't want somebody Hinds mushrooms driving the opposite side of the road. I don't wanna get again killed. You know, if they're intoxicated for any reason could be drunk on booze. Right, right. That's right. In fact, some of our neighbors died because of that so intoxication and operating a motor vehicles. Not a good combination. But at these levels sub threshold there's no change in your motor skills whatsoever. And in fact, there's increasing evidence of neurogenesis, and then there's another mushroom called lion's mane mushrooms. And so I'm really fascinated and I'm working with some physicians in Canada right now, the movie narrowly, there's three universities that wanted to combine lion's mane mushroom, which are legal environment. A store there's supplements out there, and it causes neurogenesis as well. It removes amyloid plaques associated with Alzheimer's patients so on death. And there's an autopsy Albany respect the blind brand, you can see these amyloid plaques that that interfere with neural transmission and 'cause denial nation, and so the Mylan is a sheaf the electro conductive, she that's on the neurons, and then lion's mane mushroom into clinical studies and some very other in in vivo. Studies have shown that it removes amyloid plaques and causes re. Remind the nation now, so then causes regenerating of neurons at the end points at the tips. And so the idea of stacking lion's mane was five even microdosing also Ivan macro seeing a lion's mane. Idea like two grams of these mushrooms per day versus one twentieth of ground that these magic mushrooms, which would have no noticeable effects stacking those then maybe a magic quote unquote formula for neurogenesis and oftentimes presents itself deadening of the nurse at the end points at the tips of the fingers and the toes Bashar system is intact. Able to drive these compounds throughout your nervous system. The Cosby the nation. We already know behavioral as been very very well studied and proven beyond all skeptical analysis at least eight clinical studies, so significant improvement in cognitive function and behavior, and and anti depressive when you're depressed, you're not as creative when you're happy or creative. And so it's a self fulfilling prophecy innocence, happier are the Mark. The Mark have you are. And so the idea of breaking out of your depressive cycle to be able to be more productive society benefit society, in general, we really need to to reframe our discussion on these psychoactive substances and look at them as being potent medicines. So therapeutically under license under the control of physician. I think these things are are well underway to be approved by the FDA for use in being able. To help people with these challenges. All right. Let's take some calls here for you, Victor and sulphur springs, Texas to get started east of the Rockies. Hello victor. I I agree with Paul one hundred percent on that. I have a question a couple of questions about I'm taking shitaki Mottaki, and colder saps and Ray she now my overdoing it or I last winter. I didn't even have sniffles. Yeah. Well, you and I are in the same boat. I take those two every day. So I take a multi mushroom formula. And I went ten years without getting sick knock on wood. And then I got horribly sick. So I can rag about that much anymore. But yeah, they they are very powerful for the immune system. And a combination of them. The reason being the architecture of the mushrooms activates difference assessed. Feels are receptors once you flood those receptors and the immune system more is not necessarily better because of the unique architecture of mushrooms, then they can activate more of those sub fields are receptors. And then you have a synergy response. That's the best explanation that we have right now. Next up. Let's go to Alex in grass valley, California. Welcome to the show, Alex. Go ahead, sir. Hello. Hi, alex. Apologize for my phone. I hear it's not very through. My question is have you ever heard of? Mark from. Did you pick that up Paul? No, I did not what kind of mushrooms, Alex. Lingam Hindu gods. Klay clemen linga. No, I have not heard of who are they from Alex. There. Extinct. Wrong in Hawaii on the island Mullah Tai. Okay. Are they any specific mushrooms that you might know about Al Paul in Hawaii? Well, there's lots of them. But this is this is a common name and is not associated with a Latin name. I'm I, you know, lots of common name, son. So this is not one that I'm familiar with what kind of mushrooms, do you eat most of the time. I she talking in lion's mane, and those are the ones that I most favorable the lion's mane mushroom. I was talking about that causes neurogenesis and every generation of Mylan. They look like a pom pom there a white cascading icicle form you get them fresh. I get them fresh buddy, eat them. I primarily consumed them as a supplement. And I'm a strong believer and their neuro Janika properties. I'm hoping I'm getting smarter as I get older. It's debatable. But I I seem to be on top of my game these days, and I certainly have been a very creative. So what's the name of the mushroom? That has like a red cap on it Amanita miscarry is the is the Soma mushrooms, poisonous. Yes. It is. It is poisoning knew that is not deadly poisonous mushrooms are not deadly. What did they do to you? Just get your sick. Oh my gosh. I have stories for you forget, it's a radio show. It's a it's a time slows down. It depends. Sub threat low doses. You salivate with an EMMY miscarry on the summer red mushroom of the white dots. You see and all the fairy tale books, etc. It's it's an unmistakable, but it causes the color and the landscape goes the dog yellows and Browns you feel like a giant walking in slow motion. I a beard tremendous Marcella vacation. So he looked like you have rabies a friend of mine goes you look like Arabia's. I'm looking at him. I go you do to it's a perfectly legal, and this is a very dangerous mushroom because it at higher doses. It cost repetitive motion syndrome, and there's been many reports myself and others that have been recorded in the literature where you end up having repetitive motion. And what happens is you do something I dropped my camera. And I and I was really high on these mushrooms and I picked him up. And I thought I just dropped my. Camera. And I my camera again a few hundred times which freak people out at this county park in near Barrington, Washington, a small crowd of people formed around me, and what's going on with this guy. But I had repetitive motion syndrome. This also speaks to the myth of the beserk offers, you know, and in Europe where the Vikings were supposedly using this party going into battle, and they become basically re robotic killing machines and legend has it that this is used, you know, in order to fortify their ability to withstand pain and just become this Robotron. You know, that was a battle. They just wouldn't stop terrified the enemy was part of the psychological warfare. Also, you know when people are being cut up, and they're still fighting, and you know, freaks out the enemy so that. It was called the flyer Garrick because Europe it was used to kill flies, and you put this mushroom into milk and window sill before we had window screens, and the flies would commence outside the sip on the milk for the have the the fly a Gareth mushroom in it, and they can become stupefied, and they're die. So it's called the fly Garrick. So you know, we use is mushrooms historically from lots of different purposes and the threads of knowledge have been frayed cut over time. And so we've lost a lot of the knowledge that our ancestors had and use these mushrooms for lots of very important utilitarian purposes next up Wayne in Chicago. Hey went oh, welcome. Oh, thank you. George guest is not debatable. You are getting smart as you get older, sir. I kind of you generous of you. I would say, and I also want to say all of us should take a deep breath. And thank God for people like you trying to save the planet because without the bees were gone. But anyway, here's my question. The antiviral properties that you discovered in the mushrooms in the antibacterial properties can those properties as we'd be applied to humans directly to the mic that are attacking the b. Excellent question, and anyone can do go, my name standards and sorry, but I'm gonna mention everybody was stationed National Public Radio. That's okay. And PR. I work. I like those people. Yeah. I worked at US defense department biodefense bioshield program, and you could go standards and smallpox we'll give you an indication of my original research, and I found a mushroom in the old growth forest, highly active against pox, viruses. Work with renowned universities on this and h rollicking nationalist is health and university of Mississippi school of pharmacy, and we identified that this much old brought mushroom. Gary Khan is highly active against pox viruses directly after nine eleven. Are. We searched in went into testing against flu viruses, h five n one ACN to h one n one and lo and behold, we found that the extracts again of the my selenium were extraordinarily active side by side against your pharmaceuticals, far more active against flu viruses. So again, we we don't know specifically whether it's up regulation of the immune system or anti viral consortium of molecules is probably combination of both. But yeah, there's a Chagas racy Gary Khan. Are three extraordinary species that are deep reservoir of compounds that have the fact every juicing viruses. Whether it's directly anti-viral like a pharmaceutical, many antiviral pharmaceuticals are quite toxic, especially to the kidneys. The fact that these things are so well, tolerated nontoxic and yet so powerful really is suggesting that, you know, the idea of using complex natural products. And indeed, I think we are soon and in particular, we can make the argument at the animal clinical study visas second-most, most well-studied animal in the world humans being number one. But I think that we can make the argument soon if not right now, the bees the natural products can offer a broader bioshield of benefits to pure pharmaceuticals, but less toxicity and less adverse reactions. I gotta tell you Paul. It's an amazing amazing thing. Now is science doing heavy investigations into these mushrooms. Stay tuned. Okay. Because you're doing a lot of research, Paul. We'll be back in a moment. We'll take some final phone calls with. You. Paul's websites are linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. You can get to his books that way as well through his websites. And we'll be back and take some final phone calls as we talk about his work in the field of mushrooms..

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"two grams" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

The Kevin Rose Show

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

"So that's one tenth bays. That's right. That's right. And then with mushrooms, I think it's point two grams or something like that would drive mushrooms though it's mushrooms a little harder to do with because there's the difference of intensity between any two drive. Mushrooms can be an order of magnitude. So you have to experiment. You could really get that wrong said, don't do that for your work and, and but you don't do every day because there is a tolerance and it won't work. So they usually do it every third or fourth day. And that's the microdosing protocol. A James Fatman is a psychologist in the south bay who's has microdosing project, and you can go online and he has a, you know, a protocol in you report him on what's happening. But again, he's not. Administering it and he's not doing any kind of control. So I'm really curious about jury's out on whether it's real or not. But even if it's not real, you know it is real for some people and that's, you know, the placebo is very powerful, powerful drug, if indeed that's what it is. So I wait, you know, I wait that that research in the book I tried to stick pretty closely to two practices where we have some pretty good size. Why love the book? And I tell everyone to go out and pick it up. It's called how to change your mind. You covered LSD in mushrooms, DM tea, which we didn't even get into, which was crazy. Late, my least favorite experience five that that it really scary. I've heard about other friends playing in that world and that to me, I like the duration. The length of. But then you could say about it's over in twenty minutes. Yeah, but that's not a great recommendation. That's right. Great. So people can obviously pick up your book on Amazon your website. We're gonna find all these links that you talked about. Well, it's Michael pollen dot com. If you pull down the resources, there's a whole set section of psychedelic resources that has seems to read if you want wanna be guided by friend. How do that, you know there's books about that and links to psychedelic society. So I think it's also we didn't talk about ketamine to, which is a legal academic white substance is being used to treat depression, and that's something and I have some resources on Kennedy too, and that's something you can make referrals to people since it's perfectly legal. Yeah, they can go and get an IV basically. Right? And others it can be a Mr. different ways. So blamable or by injection and. These spirits is similar to second. It's it's actually anesthetic. It's called the dissociate. It makes you kinda separate from your body in his sense distance that can be helpful in dealing with issues for depression seems to work quickly, but not for very long time. Couple of weeks at a time. Yeah, but they're, they're clinics where you can get a Kennedy experience. I think I haven't done it but the territory's similar. Yeah, I'd love that. When you read about the fact that if someone is extremely suicidal, they will put them on this ketamine and it just lifts them right out of it. It can be used to prevent suicide, and even though it short term who cares. Right. And if you get that crisis, that's us contribution. So there's so much unpack in your book and I thought it was a phenomenal read. I was actually driving from San Francisco Portland, Oregon, and I just like cranked it out during the entire. Hive and it was. It was phenomenal. Just had me glued. I didn't turn on the radio at all. I just went straight through. So thank you for putting this out because you really add a ton of credibility to the space. I love that. It's not just, you know about journeys, but you actually get into the science as well, the scientists. Fascinating. The neuroscience is just fascinating and so is the history. I mean the book tries to, you know, look at the experience from several different perspectives. I don't think anyone perspective gives us the whole picture on any site. So the personal experiences important in there is a chapter in a couple other sections were talk about that, but I was just as interested in what is this teaching us about the brain and the mind in consciousness, and what does it teaches about as DC's that we like to change consciousness in it obviously serves us in some ways in has profound of years..

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"two grams" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"So that's one tenth bays. That's right. That's right. And then with mushrooms, I think it's point two grams or something like that would drive mushrooms though it's mushrooms a little harder to do with because there's the difference of intensity between any two drive. Mushrooms can be an order of magnitude. So you have to experiment. You could really get that wrong said, don't do that for your work and, and but you don't do every day because there is a tolerance and it won't work. So they usually do it every third or fourth day. And that's the microdosing protocol. A James Fatman is a psychologist in the south bay who's has microdosing project, and you can go online and he has a, you know, a protocol in you report him on what's happening. But again, he's not. Administering it and he's not doing any kind of control. So I'm really curious about jury's out on whether it's real or not. But even if it's not real, you know it is real for some people and that's, you know, the placebo is very powerful, powerful drug, if indeed that's what it is. So I wait, you know, I wait that that research in the book I tried to stick pretty closely to two practices where we have some pretty good size. Why love the book? And I tell everyone to go out and pick it up. It's called how to change your mind. You covered LSD in mushrooms, DM tea, which we didn't even get into, which was crazy. Late, my least favorite experience five that that it really scary. I've heard about other friends playing in that world and that to me, I like the duration. The length of. But then you could say about it's over in twenty minutes. Yeah, but that's not a great recommendation. That's right. Great. So people can obviously pick up your book on Amazon your website. We're gonna find all these links that you talked about. Well, it's Michael pollen dot com. If you pull down the resources, there's a whole set section of psychedelic resources that has seems to read if you want wanna be guided by friend. How do that, you know there's books about that and links to psychedelic society. So I think it's also we didn't talk about ketamine to, which is a legal academic white substance is being used to treat depression, and that's something and I have some resources on Kennedy too, and that's something you can make referrals to people since it's perfectly legal. Yeah, they can go and get an IV basically. Right? And others it can be a Mr. different ways. So blamable or by injection and. These spirits is similar to second. It's it's actually anesthetic. It's called the dissociate. It makes you kinda separate from your body in his sense distance that can be helpful in dealing with issues for depression seems to work quickly, but not for very long time. Couple of weeks at a time. Yeah, but they're, they're clinics where you can get a Kennedy experience. I think I haven't done it but the territory's similar. Yeah, I'd love that. When you read about the fact that if someone is extremely suicidal, they will put them on this ketamine and it just lifts them right out of it. It can be used to prevent suicide, and even though it short term who cares. Right. And if you get that crisis, that's us contribution. So there's so much unpack in your book and I thought it was a phenomenal read. I was actually driving from San Francisco Portland, Oregon, and I just like cranked it out during the entire. Hive and it was. It was phenomenal. Just had me glued. I didn't turn on the radio at all. I just went straight through. So thank you for putting this out because you really add a ton of credibility to the space. I love that. It's not just, you know about journeys, but you actually get into the science as well, the scientists. Fascinating. The neuroscience is just fascinating and so is the history. I mean the book tries to, you know, look at the experience from several different perspectives. I don't think anyone perspective gives us the whole picture on any site. So the personal experiences important in there is a chapter in a couple other sections were talk about that, but I was just as interested in what is this teaching us about the brain and the mind in consciousness, and what does it teaches about as DC's that we like to change consciousness in it obviously serves us in some ways in has profound of years..

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Heroin's Children: Inside the US opioid crisis

St. Louis Composting Garden Hotline with Mike Miller

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Heroin's Children: Inside the US opioid crisis

"Also netted one arrest detectives say they, seized about seven kilos worth of cocaine and seven, hundred and thirty two grams of marijuana all from a home on. Silver charms way in new Albany late last month the drugs have an approximate street value of. More than seven hundred thousand dollars David. Hall was arrested and the forty two year old is facing. A slew of drug related charges and there's a documentary on. The nation's opioid crisis and it features and Ohio community heroines children produced by Al Jazeera USA, is set in chillicothe e, and was developed as part of their weekly. Program fault lines. It's now been nominated for an EMMY the documentary. Looks at the invisible victims of. The ongoing crisis a generation of children who are, being Neglected abandoned or. Orphaned due to the effects of the opioid crisis for your ABC six first warning weather forecast. Sunshine today with a high near ninety. M Allison Wyant breaking news and weather alerts instantly follow us, on Twitter at six ten WTVN news Great.

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Cardi B Drops Bruno Mars Tour To Focus on Baby – The Forward

As It Happens from CBC Radio

05:24 min | 2 years ago

Cardi B Drops Bruno Mars Tour To Focus on Baby – The Forward

"The people around around me, teammates coaches, the stadium and the fans. Well, the meaning city in you're still in high school, aren't you? Yes. Are you going to graduate before you leave for Germany? We're gonna try to start cramming in my subject, you know, six months. I bet your mom wants you to finish. She can. Can I ask you just finally what? What your messages to the fans in Vancouver who have just so loved watching you play for the white cats. I wanna say, thank you all the fans me on the field as ten year old. They've all been supportive of me and then going going on to seventeen year old guy defended always welcome me. Vancouver is a great city and I'm gonna miss it a lot when I leave. Good luck on. We all hope you do well on the world stage. Thank you. Bye-bye. Seventeen year old Alfonso Davies is a winger for the Vancouver Whitecaps who was just traded to Byron Munich. One of the world's most elite soccer clubs. We reached him in Vancouver. Among the common complaints, public transit users have about other passengers, smelly food, loud, private conversations, and annoying laughs. Nevertheless, today Vancouver transit revealed that it had enlisted guy with maybe the most distinctive laugh Canada has ever produced DeVos. It's service announcements, actor, and comedian, Seth Rogan. Any opportunity to enrich the lives of the Canadian people is an opportunity. I will take. I'm from Vancouver British Columbia, very proud to be from Vancouver, and I grew up taking public transit my whole life, and I still use public transit when I'm in the city. Hey, Bank Hoover, it set. Here's a tip to make your transit ride even more. Awesome. I know your back is probably very nice and you cared deeply for him. But that doesn't mean it needs to take the Canada line all the time. I go to the Richmond night market a lot and parking. There's credibly difficult and I live downtown, and so there's a lot of stops nearby when the opportunity came up to the voice on public transportation. I was, I was thrilled. I am honestly always looking for ways to participate in Canadian culture and to put the spotlight on Canada. I mentioned Camelot in our movies and our work. I play Canadian characters. Often, those are very nice neighbors, but kind of a horror show on the soul. So get those speed off the seat. My mom might be sitting there one day, come on giving them some interesting information to where they're going. Them could be additive in people's lives, which is nice. You may recall the Vancouver transit had to scrap announcements previously voiced by actor Morgan Freeman after sexual misconduct allegations against him, hometown hero, Seth, Rogan was so keen to step in. He wrote his own announcements and recorded them for free. They'll be in use has of next week. At first it appears you've stumbled on a bazaar, possibly tragic scene, a person in a wetsuit motionless face down on a river until they sit up sputtering and yelled gold. You've just seen and heard sniper. That is someone who was sniping, which is when you stick a snorkel in your face and stick your face in a river, and you look for gold nuggets that might be stuck in crevices or behind boulders. If sniping and rivers sounds like tilting at windmills to you, then gather round here the tale of Scottish guy and his snipe nugget. This gentleman has just come forward anonymously to reveal the two years ago. He was sniping in secret location in Scotland. It was following a crack. He says, I was following a crack in the bedrock. He said and found two grams in fine gold. That's nothing to. Grams is probably worth about fifty bucks depending on its purity, but the unnamed gentlemen followed the unexplored crack in the undisclosed location and found what's now called the Douglas nugget and eighty.

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"two grams" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

The Ringer MLB Show

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

"Three point two grams of carbs that's fewer calories and half the carbs of bud light so it's really nothing more to talk about if you have a real argument lemme hear it until then stick with miller lite miller lite ultra as always we end the show with are closer ben lindberg who is on today to talk about teams on fifty when paces that if you have a mouthful of peanut butter their name sort of sound alike the orioles in the royal so ben they say that baseball is mostly failure and i am happy to have you on to talk about to adults that in a very specific way this week yes we are here to tuck that to truly terrible baseball teams the royals and the orioles i don't know which is worse but they are in pretty exciting race to the bottom right now well i've got well first thing is i was making jokes about how they were on like they were going to challenge the sixty two mets if anything these teams really drive home how bad the sixty two mets were because i i looked up the mets when forty and one twenty in their in their first season and neither of these teams as bad as they are as like they could be the worst team since the full tank era of the process astros right yeah and then sabarsky actually has posted up at fan gress on tuesday about this very issue their chances of catching up to the nineteen sixty two mets and i think both teams have a sub one percent chance of actually getting there right now that's pretrade deadline of course but still yeah the the sixty two mets are kind of in their own class when it comes to awfulness will you talk about about the trade deadline i was looking at n which team was worse this is what i was going to bring up and they can't really the royals would be my pixie can't really get that much worse there's talk about you know mike stock has trade rumors sort of floating round how serious they are there are some pretty serious links between what meera field former game cock and the phillies earlier in the week and apart from that there's not like us look at their team if they've already traded john jay and come in harare jorges allaire who's been there probably their best to this year's hurt got some pitchers who were good recently in jake judas danny duffy and kennedy and they've all been banned kennedy junius or hurt so i don't know what more they trade from to get worse like what mayor fields really good player would be really useful on a contender but he's not gonna swing this team you know he's not the difference of seeing this being a forty five win team in a fifty one team yeah i think you're right orioles probably have room to get even worse than they currently are although i will say that i'm not totally clear on how we got to this point that we're talking about these two teams as to the worst ever because i didn't see this coming i think we all expected them to be bad and not contending but i didn't see historic terribleness coming here i mean if you just go back and look at the preseason projections i think the tigers were expected to be worse the white sox were expect tell kota whiffed on the royal yeah in the other direction though this time i think there were a bunch of teams that were either kind of in the region of these two teams or even worse and for some reason these teams have really separated themselves if you look at it i think there are some surprising reasons for that i mean no one thought chris davis was great but no one thought he was going to have one of the worst seasons ever i don't think anyone thought jonathan scope was gonna go from being a five win player to replacement level player remember when we briefly thought tim beckham might be good for i was it was pretty convincing so much for that and then alex cobb of course swiss the the big flagship signing of the orioles off season and thought that was a wise move i don't think but no one that that he was about to be replacement level pitcher either and the royals i think have some guys like heading i guess as bad as we thought that elsie escobar was knowing thought he was a one ninety five hitter because he's never been one ninety five hundred before.

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Scientists are slaughtering radio-tracked hornets to save the bees

Global News Podcast

04:18 min | 3 years ago

Scientists are slaughtering radio-tracked hornets to save the bees

"In the mediterranean the eu pens to deal with the problem by creating migrant centers in north africa which would process people before they attempt dangerous voyage the now the french president emmanuel macron says the plan won't work unless it is led by countries in the region mr macron is currently in nigeria from where correspondent miami jones reports president mccoll conceded that europe would be dealing with the issue of migration from africa for decades he believes that collaboration with african countries will be essential to finding a solution to the problem of migrants dying on their way to europe in june the european union agreed to set a processing centres for migrants in north africa he said that many african countries were worried about creating a pool factor for migrants if these centers was setup in can't fly just some african governments designed to organize it i mean the europe and debut we should design fossils first so in terms of migration for me is a top priority is now note to allow people to take crazy risks to join europe and that's why i do believe we have to work with boulder states of the mediterranean sea but no african country has so far agreed to host the centers president mccall said europe will enforce its external boredom was working with allies to stabilize the situation in libya to prevent smugglers from taking migrants and perilous journeys across the mediterranean but fundamentally he says the problem of migration is one of unplanned population growth on the continent it's a sentiment which has drawn him criticism in the past with cell accusing him of reiterating colonial rhetoric his message on the need to respect the sovereignty of african countries during his trip to nigeria may well be a response to those comments miami jen's here in the u k honeybees numbers have been in sharp decline for twenty years mouse intisar found a way of destroying most deadly predator the asian hornet by tracking them back to their nests so intas think they will help turn the tables on hornets and give the honeybee a fighting chance to tell us what all the buzz about she only dovey reports researchers at the university of exeter in southern england had valid tiny truck is that lead scientists to hornets nests the track is is radio signals that attached to a hornet's body by a sewing thread and why as little as their point two grams powered by tiny bat trae the signal identifies the location of the insect colony and allow scientists to exterminate the whole hive asian hornets report to france in two thousand and four and have been invading neighboring countries ever since the asian horner is one of the biggest let's honeybees scientists say they have like attack helicopters outside beehives and grab them by the wing dismembering them before they carried back to the hornets nests to be fed to larvae shivani devon now how would you prepare to play a key international sports match the weekend if there's imbaba in rugby team by sleeping in the streets in a row of a will they deemed substandard hotel accommodation now that union hosts affi back saying the hotel was more than acceptable and criticizing there's imbaba liens so what's going on a question for nick cavill from african sports desk thing that happens quite frequently and african sport when visiting team arrives them and to be put into a hotel quite frequently in order to try and get a bit of one up manship and maybe the other team suffered little bit the the hosts will make sure that the hotels not quite as good as it probably could be i think that's what's happened here is that the zimbabwe team up in i went to a hotel and then in the evening complained because one of the rooms was one of the ball through gms look too shabby and indeed i've seen a photo of it and is not in the best of states some tiles hanging off in it the great they were unhappy there wasn't a swimming pool and also that the internet was very slow they demanded that they be moved by this time it was you know midnights the chance of being very slim so the rugby union did in the end was stepping upon the middle tentative hotel only after the zimbebweans decided to do a protest i think is the best way we can say it is they said okay well if this hotel is not good enough we'll go but sleep on the streets but the.

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"two grams" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Discipline as well yes so a lot of people find the rules of the program which are very lack and white very honor off freeing because as you said it takes some of the decision fatigue out of their brain it eliminates the need to like white knuckle willpower your way through every decision we say no added sugar so when you pick up the label and you read it you don't have to think is two grams of sugar is that too much is not enough is it better is it worse like it's just sugar nope it's out and a lot of people find that very freeing especially in the beginning because when you're trying to create a new habit or change a habit it's like when i went to rehab they stick you all in a box and you're isolated from the rest of the world because in the beginning you're really fragile kind of similar there's a lot of addiction and recovery like language built in to the whole thirty which i didn't even realize until kind of after the fact yeah guys want to take a quick break from this conversation with the wellness masters to tell you about one of the best sources i've found for running your online business or your business in general now if you're creative entrepreneur you need more than just a beautiful website you need a successful online business and success isn't just about getting your products online it's getting them in the hands of customers who will love them we blee is more than a website builder it's an e commerce platform that helps creative entrepreneurs sell their products engage with their customers and grow their brands everything that we're looking to do a good looking website is great but a website that turns into a successful online business that's beautiful again we've ly helps you create this beautiful website but also build your brand promote products processed payments manage immature and engaged wreck with your customers all in one convenient place and you are never alone the we've support team is there when you need.

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Los Angeles, Tom Merritt and Patrick Pasia discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:25 min | 3 years ago

Los Angeles, Tom Merritt and Patrick Pasia discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Daily tech news show is powered by its audience not outside organizations to find out more head to daily tech news show dot com slash support this is the daily tech news for tuesday may i twenty eighteen in los angeles i'm tom merritt and from syria phelan them surly unhappy may and i'm patrick pasia sorry to three yeah yeah no i have i have a form for months old wait three three months old how old is my baby i techniques anyway yes our producer roger jiang's here's well roger how are you i'm good i'm keeping an eye out keep an eye out for them apple earnings we'll get them to you as fast as possible but let's start with a few other things you should know whatsapp see you yawn coon says he is leaving facebook in order to quote do things that i enjoy outside of technology sources tell the washington post there's probably more to the story koumas leaving over disputes on how data is handled at the fa developer conference tuesday facebook is telling developer is how it's changing handling data and we're gonna talk about that a little later in the show we wish john great retirement and we have absolutely nothing to say about the conflicts that might have caused his departure except that we deal iran's judiciary has banned the use of telegram of the telegraph messaging app after complaints from citizens and dementia from security organizations ole internet providers in iran must take steps to block two grams website and app as of april thirtieth iran previously banned telegram for used by the government ted graham has an estimated fourteen million users in iran couple earnings reports coming in snapchat reached one hundred ninety one million daily active users that's up from one hundred seventy million but the growth rate was only two point one three percent its lowest ever snapchat lost seventeen cents a share which was a sent more than expected to so not a greater innings report for snap apple was expected to report a earnings per share of two dollars and sixty nine cents it reported two dollars and seventy three cents apple shipped more than fifty two million iphones more than nine million ipads and.

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"two grams" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Day of april let's see what's going on in the local news jeffrey trace mcguirk of tullahoma was arrested recently on drug charges after police allegedly found drugs in his vehicle mcguirk twentyseven of christ in place was stopped on april twelfth for running a stop sign by tullahoma police officer brooke earhart as the officer approached the vehicle she allegedly smelled a strong smell of marijuana corporal tommy l a also stated he smelled marijuana officers searched the vehicle and legislate located inside the center console a set of digital skills an ib program bottle containing small plastic bags with white powder residue and a bike with clear crystal residue there was also a bottle containing a crystal substance one zanex bar and a problem pill located in the console as well according to a police report officers also found to clear burned glass to pipes with drug residue the report states that officers found small pieces of marijuana scattered in the front air vents they stayed there was a strong odor of marijuana coming from the ventilation system of the vehicle the officers allegedly found a bag containing a green plastic bag containing twenty two grams of marijuana and several empty bags they found a stream that had apparently been tied to an object in the passenger side air vent that had allegedly been used to store narcotics police also located one thousand six hundred ninety six dollars and twenty eight cents which they allege was from drug sales the money was seized as was the vehicle that mcguirk was driving mcguirk was charged with possession of scheduled to possession of scheduled for manufacturing delivering selling of a controlled substance and running a stop sign he was booked into the coffee county jail under a bond of seventy five hundred dollars and he has to appear in coffee county general sessions court on made a third he was.

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"two grams" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"And if i can give your individual fancier food do we say copier but i i know it's expensive at and is not affordable but just from a purely scientific and chemical perspective in again emma scientists are really like chemistry with um the thing is the brain needs that specific nutrients what was really helpful to me was tune to understand and with the brain needs to eat is different from what the rest of the body needs to eat he eat like for your brain your also invite for your body but not the other way around two fish is something the your your body and your brain needs and the reason for a dime aside as the brain is concerned this dan uh the brain contains quite a little bit of fast and it's a very specific kind of fat discolored dha it's a kind of omega3 fatty acid that ghebranious not able to produce on its own and so has to the imported from the diet in siege is the best nachos source of dha no caveat he's the fancy word for just fish addicts in the egg is the part of the animals is really optimize to produce a brain first of all so in that sense eggs and fish exit really very helpful to to the brain so help me understand been so we've already if i eat sushi eggs what's the what's the benefit to my brain am i gonna be able to what do math better i mean what's what's the benefit i i will tell you what's going to happen to you should do not there is evidence that people who consume less than two grams of dha per day have twice disease the future dementia compared to people who eat more than two grams a day to basically should don't eat it you're vein is going to age faster in divorce and when you to lead a bit older kitgun to show memory impairment.

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"two grams" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"The the dmz the the bold gold go ahead gene and oh yeah says ooh oh no entertainment canadian is new gene two grams well and in the and and no gene oh me whoa rooms and dean.

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"two grams" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"So i i get to work this is what what the most unusual what what would you say is the most unusual acting experience of your life in this regard to of you is unusual but it's been done before to a weird is it is what would you say is the most unusual thing you've had to do in this regard well the first time for two of me so certainly in a way a this will be the most unusual for me the except of course for the two grams right uh what was unusual and remain unique in my personal experience yeah i dunno probably the you know some some stuff in the uh in the theater days i guess uh just uh plan you know something like cap the north how about having your wise directing you eight a movie i'm not here how was that was that you need that i'd be a weird experience where he's uh no that well yeah it was especially since we met well we met on that peter pan i was just talking about you know we met as theater actors and says see though few little broadway baby and uh yeah fast forward does or whatever twenty some years and uh and now she's directing me in film but we started out doing that when she burst started getting into uh directing filmmaking uh making little short films uh does that relationship started there and i'm used to getting boss her on by her anyway so really that i was gonna say was there any awkwardness like like what is there any one memorable moment where you remember uh well that's not that doesn't feel very good to have that happen in public well i do i'm just kind of making in the movie a lot so they were a little awkward in general it was obviously it was that was that was a great film to be directed by your wife instead of some random rangers and i thought walk over there with every lily white but a odds so the his so any memorable details beyond your nudity on the set.

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"two grams" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"So you only know the size of the planet as a ratio of the size of the star so you really need to know that the size of that star can we will care will these planets a made all of the in yes so as we were just talking about from this transit method you get an idea about the size of the planet and from this radio velocity method this is looking at the wobble of the star you get an idea about the mass of the planet so if the planet has a density of around five grams per centimeter qbd then you know that is probably rocky like the earth and if it's something more like two grams per centimeter qbd than it probably has a great deal of water and if it's incident is much less than that and it probably has a very gashes envelop of say hydrogen and helium and what about the conditions that one might experience if you were transported to dissuade world one of the things that you could look into is whether the planet actually has an atmosphere and you can tell that through the transit method you can look at the planet passing in front of its star a different wavelengths of light and may be the planet looks smoke earlier in red light and water in blue light and that tells you that the red light passes through something more easily than the blue light passes through and that's generally and atmosphere now how far away all these planets that you and your colleagues of looking hessen exploring a male all they now calls me neighborhood or are they consider will distance away quite a few of them are are in fact a in our sort of cosmic neighborhood is still vast distances by the way that i tend to travel some of them range from just a few light years all the way to thousands of light.

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"two grams" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Given two grams of injure per day in a short his two months showed improve insulin sensitivity and a decrease in some of the lipids and the lipid profile a lower levels of insulin better response or results with insulin lower cholesterol lower triglycerides so you know people that have been consuming ginger for you know centuries have probably even without knowing all the benefits realized benefits you know you look at aging populations hand in china and a lot of what was done in europe in in earliest times people of course reading far better food than people reading today is no geneticallymodified food back then there was no chemicals preservatives you a something because it was fresh bionic so i think there were seen today it's a lot of people have promised because the food has changed so much when i see this every day with patients i've been saying this for a long time but i randomly tell people at their initial visit stop eating grains and watch to see how much prettier field and this is not just people who have stomach problems because that sort of a a no brainer but people would have headaches that have rashes that have all sorts of other symptoms essay in terms of the food rome until you get your liberal practice hold off on the grains and see if that makes a difference and invariably it does and there are people who travel to europe and south america that can have grain pasta or a pizza or something in bread and have no no affect from it because you're totally pure so important to understand okay the phone lines are open if you'd like to call and so now let's go to our next coalrich bob in glen rock how are you i know i'm dr great i was wondering uh this stem cells seal beach date absolutely the political with stem cells and copd is important because it's a double approach so let's rewind muscle but if you have bedhead knees ankles joint you injected joint if you have problems with your organs liver kidney hard fairly.

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"two grams" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on The Food Chain

"What's the lost issued liked tell us about oh yes thethese spaghetti consulta elena puerta time it's possible to cook barely simply in fact probably but they asked me will these my last meal i would say that blood abuses extremely simple but this very delightful light and nice so how do you make it shall i shall we do now flooding is the pope as expected you've got a very large kitchen here it is not living space really isn't it these are the i love it was his own pour me he and i norway is everything you know here hanging there that not ifs antea not we take over the water boy the water the water you a free but it with about ten gums of sold least a water which goes into the past them and make the pasta sabry already that two grams so this is your past at your and it how many types of pastor if he goes in the store were twin deals empty it's an impressive selection more lives with just a moment these is target which we'd be duly now look pecchia its wonderfully the feeling or the flag that spending of spaghetti ittehad now a year to take a pan and preparing this souls so the the source he goes with john leak and avoid any so simple one and now i cut the itd before i put you often cut quite large clips of garlic hey what you're chopping straightened into unknown stick frying pan yes lobby and you know i do night to appear lay could do chefs are you seem to be do ladies.

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"two grams" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"two grams" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Kickoff from the field goal and he's back in their they've gotten one first down and now make it to burst empties just connected with kelvin benjamin they're in local though territory their look you've got a first and from the buffalo thirty fiveyard mark carolina lear on six three on two grams you know first half the old goals four thirty to go to the game caroline on top of buffalo cam newton not only back but just looking strong on a good first down pick up on a completion to kelvin benjamin so uh in top on top by a score of six to three so the panthers looking for their first touchdown to the game on the march right now into buffalo territory as they have that six to nothing lead uh also uh another injury no rob drink housekey heads into the medical tent in new orleans saw so drunk banged up after a big gain earlier in this one and just law wall several injuries today greg olsen as we just told you out with a foot injury and kwon alec santer out for the uh pay a buck in years due to a hamstring injury so of buffalo all the board trailing carolina by a score of sixty three but the uh panthers on the march looking to get into the end zone for the first time today the colts have a 10point lead now over the cardinals it is thirteen to three the sean ties are back for the browns after leaving with migraines earlier they trail the ravens by a score of twenty one to ten so let's get you caught up to date on everything in the world the sports right now week two of the nfl will get you the baseball wars as well the latest sports update here's crystal pressed.

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