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"two hundred grams" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"And William me because I am the next even months in so many states a different conferences one of the major ones will be in Washington DC I know we have a lot of listeners in that area and that is the man of the city conference in DC in October and if your doctor take a look at that it's a very very worthwhile thing to take a look at if you're in the field of aging now speaking of the field of aging we have a leading scientists in research in the field of aging are with us right now a doctor Michael looks garden and I just want to give you his website before we do anything it's Michael well the normal way am I CH a E. L. L. U. S. T. G. A. R. T. E. N. dot com and we will also have that on our website of course and he is a scientist a Tufts University as a human nutrition research center on aging so his research when it comes to an interest in is specifically about aging and that he see the problem the problem is I've got he's written a book about it I'll tell you all about that in a minute but I want to go to the doctor right now. why are you concentrating on of microbes in the god of microbial health and what does that have to do actually with the science of better H. R. two so to jump into that I should say that about five years ago I didn't care about microbes bacteria viruses fungi I didn't care about any of it it didn't Boston on my radar at all I started off studying blood predictors of muscle mass and function in older adults and when I was doing that I published several papers that identified bacterial metabolites in the blood that were either positively or negatively associated with muscle mass and function in older adults so that led me into the idea of well maybe that got microphonic playing some role on stark Pina and based on that I was able to get some studies funded and as you saw at the conference I publish that recently published some of that data on the role of got microbiome on muscle strength but it there are a bit in emerging field right now the will of the gut microbiome on diet got muscle lack of muscle mass and functions where three papers and mine support paper so far this year have identified microbes or role for the gut microbiome on muscle mass and functions so it's an emerging a rapidly emerging feel don't now in terms of nutrition that potentially can optimize that the most obvious place to start would be with dietary fiber and the reason for that is because our humans don't have the enzymes to digest dietary fiber dietary fiber passes into your large intestine and then bacteria in your large intestine convert those those fibers into short chain fatty acids so basically very short little fat but you don't you don't normally get from die with the exception of something they like border which may have small amounts of the short chain fatty acid butyric but very low amount compared to what you could convert from five or so then once these bacteria make short chain fatty acids those fatty acids go from the inside of the intestine into the intestinal cells which can our test will sell the mitochondria particular use those short chain fatty acids to make energy that energy is used to improve got barrier function which is important for keeping stuff that was in the inside of the intestine from going into the blood and that's important because during aging that that. got their here actually decreases so if you have a low fiber diet your body will be able to have optimal intestinal barrier function more stuff that inside the intestine will leak into the blood potentially activating information information of all kinds of nasty things or muscles are green all the issues in our blood so a new port place to start in terms of optimizing our health and longevity is optimized dietary fiber intake that the core beam of the boat and I should also I didn't start off with that idea and that approach this is the idea and the that is the fall through the literature I basically changed my diet after going down this road do you have a super high fiber diet rabbit close two hundred grams of fiber a day triple the RDA so that I can optimal got very function and you know improve systemic functions. so you got your listening now and you know that there's a tremendous amount of information both technical and practical and I won just give you the website again that that is the doctor or scientist website Michael lust Garten L. U. S. T. G. A. R. T. E. N. dot com and it again this is not coming from the world of selling supplements this is coming from the world of science research both in the laboratory and personally so now let's get practical for a second I every morning I take my flax seeds and I put them in my yogurt all right I take my chia seeds I put it in my smoothie but I don't think I have anything compared to the amount that you're putting into your body and is there anything country indicating them and these are the ways that you're suggesting people get the dietary fiber. so far black he can be a great way to get increase your fiber but the foundation of my diet is a few festivals not in terms of fiber content per calorie nothing beats the fiber density vegetables and a happy post on this on my blog I compared the fiber and not just five or ten nutrient density of vegetables compared to all green calorie for K. per calorie per calorie nothing beats vegetables opt for fiber and nutrient density so when I eat vegetables I'm not eating a few Florida broccoli I meeting a pound or more actually sorry a kilogram of more actually yesterday I had eleven hundred grams broccoli morning in addition to other stuff so I meeting huge by the best schools could get this fiber goal but I should mention I'm not vegan I'm not a vegetarian I do read to me I do with them they are yet to be to make but at the end of the day for me it's more than just a simple dietary ideology where they go high fiber for me back to work and I know that because like I said I track my diet and I trust my circulating biomarkers it'll lower fiber diet was able to optimize my biological age then I I promote that too but for me what works best for me is a very high fiber diet in terms of optimizing got help and biologically. so let me just tell everybody that. when Helen Michael when Dr Michael it's gotten speaks people listen so are also remember the the scientists and part of his experiment is himself which is what makes him so unique in the scientific world and I will tell you that his overall and I'm reading his book and you should always book microbial burden a major cause of aging and age related disease easy to get on Amazon I put on my kindle it was a pleasure to read on the plane all the other day and I learned a lot the fact is that his over arching words are node I self he's very much like the oracle at Delphi no they sell and he knows himself because he keeps testing and so this doesn't mean you go out and and you do this but I tell you what I did do doctor I went out and I bought a pad the carrot. you said so. the only way the article yes. come back in a couple of seconds and I'm I do want to talk about that how we can as a practical matter could some of what you have learned and you learn things are very impressive and work for most people to different degrees out into our diets properly and also does look a little bit about the idea of nutrition as we get older because they're even changing that concept when it comes to surgery used to tell you not to eat that's changing we'll be back in just to get you out of. does bother me not.
"two hundred grams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Which is legal you know now but man those those lotions people are you cooking with this ancient yeah yeah there's so even that is going away to in it's gonna be harder and harder and harder for these guys going I smelled marijuana well how do you smell something that I ate and it's not like you can smell them your breath like garlic it's you know or vape pen or something like that it's it's sensually the the chemical components go in and there's no now if you're still old school and Bernard one that's a different story our area smoking in a blind or something like that that's different but by and large a lot of people consume it that way there's there's got to be there's going to have to be soon Steve what you agree a test that's definitive relative the amount of THC in your blood stream to be able to determine how long ago it is used in F. now you're you're probably are or are not on the influence at that they've they've got to come up with some soon alright well but that's gonna be hard because everybody's body is different some people have fast metabolism metabolism slow metabolism different ways genders are different it's it's all different it's very hard in fact before your shirt that was legal a lot of studies on you know cannabis should be a legal and and they very dramatically so you know it's all good game for lawyers in the future I guess I guess you know the other thing too is autonomous vehicles I'm engineer level what about autonomous car that's going to make it even harder for these guys to get pulled over because I literally the computer does a better job of driving the car than human being ever could well you're right you're right though there's got to be a way for them to make up the right because isn't a special the state highway patrol Steve I was doing this the other day talking about yeah memorial weekend the big crackdown Ollie's car stops and everything else and if you look at yeah yeah drug him fourth of July weekend is the worst for over yards and one Sabbah you know you have Hey I know in any they they've trumped up like it's the worst weekend of the year even worse the new year's eve or Christmas week whatever and it turns out they had what we had twelve fatal's and basically they said I think three or less where the fault of alcohol or drugs it means seventy five percent or more the action for caused by human error in Sri fatal's occurred despite all of these checkpoints all these things that were thrown at it all of the money that was spent in order to tell us not to drink and drive or smoking driving all and no one's doing it and and and they they I think they have like fifty five thousand US stops in in something like I don't know seven hundred people who are suspicious in the water up and I think maybe two hundred people roe V. I. in the state of Ohio we're literally more than two million people are on the road that tells me it's not a problem no I I agree with you I totally agree with you very candidly I can tell by whether or not my phone's ringing over July fourth weekend my phone was ringing in March the fact that we have cars and even you know I I I demo to test a few weeks ago was amazing because you'd think drives itself on the highways even if you're a better one but I was blown away with the level tech not literally you keep your finger on the wheel the car will drive you home in it looks out for other cars it steers itself around slower traffic all it it's amazing and I know their luxury cars out there like Mercedes for example do the same thank but I look at that also look it over and left it and clearly the error of drinking and driving is going away you're always gonna people the guys and women out there that the six or seven or eight or nine pops or sociopath you know about but by and large it's easier than ever not to drive any braided during the influence of anything how they gonna make up that revenue let alone the government of it's bad for your business to write to me it is it is but you know the government is is out to make money unfortunately they they claim they're not but they will I mean they keep that more jobs a keypad more department said you never hear of a lily firing of a bunch of government workers at that you don't hear about that no politician by nature to get jobs through their friends government bridge more government questions ridicule no no questions Steve Adams on the two hearing centers dot com hot whiny Cincinnati's premier V. I. attorney or talking about today Cincinnati is decriminalize marijuana possession if you're eighteen or older of two hundred grams no fines no prosecution it will go on your record nothing like that which adds a an interesting wrinkle to prosecution in in getting pulled over to but no matter whether it's weeds or it's a it's alcohol again you should do it you shouldn't smoke you shouldn't drink and drive but if they suspect you were it whether it's pottery thing else shut the hell up and call Steve Adams is what you're saying gap or shot don't do any test because what this government wants from you evidence by you giving them evidence especially if you know you've been drinking or smoking pot with that to the service in any good Scott not simply the APRS shot don't do any tests in another point I want to make is they still want to use field sobriety tests for marijuana but the national highway traffic safety administration with all these tests back in the eighties and nineties to a whole lot of studies and they don't subject with what alcohol not marijuana really all those stories relating to field sobriety testing have everything to do with alcohol but nothing at all to do with marijuana or other drugs yeah messages telling them go ahead feel passengers most studies to show that yup marijuana has an effect on these particular types of bill passes there's no studies you're just blindly giving just out there and there's no elation between spelling is passed in there one moment something has to be done about that but you don't you can't convince government of actors governments get to do what they're going to do whether it's starting or not yeah government pension well at all mired bars two years just say no no to the pope well don't do an impasse the OPP tests no blood tests you did not bring and in the lead up to what they do because they went cases by giving them evidence so the quick easy answer do not give them evidence Steve Adams again not guilty Adams dot com stop by the man called the man Steve have a great weekend and always appreciate coming on the show all right Scott thank you so much have a great weekend to they're going you got a the over actors sells like well I we don't know what the long and I know how to manage and if your cop to it's confusing for years well you probably at this point it before this even became all looking the other guy what we gonna do after being a jerk about it they're gonna find things sold to light yup about but if your call say have a little bit here in it as it should be should have been for a long time Sloan here seven.
"two hundred grams" Discussed on What We Said
"And there's just so much sugar and that stuff i feel like at the age of seventeen my metabolism just stopped being as fascist lightning and all the hotel we've all been there like oh i can actually see this drink on my body now at end be amount of sugar out as having like i am going to get myself type two diabetes because i literally had like two hundred grams of sugar per day says crazy which is so so so much an i don't know how i just quit one day but i think i just really got sick and tired of being like okay i'm gonna quit now guys because of embarrassing at that point like i was telling my friends like okay like today i won't get it and they would see me get it and it just got embarrassing in tiring to like buy with myself over that and once i finally quit i felt like the power was mine again if that make yeah because food is such a self control thing and i felt like if i couldn't even control myself from driving destroyed bucks first thing in the morning then like how it's gonna have the discipline to film that video or be on time with this due date so i just really wanna take the power back in take control of my body and my fitness journey and not hate myself anymore in like actually's start doing things towards that goal yeah no i was just talking to chelsea about this yesterday about how where we liv there's like a bunch of soda river from there's a bunch of soda placing yes end like people who love their soda and i've i told chelsea and like i never really understood the soda like addiction i guess 'cause people would post about everyday like when he made huge doctor go start december or like my diet coke or whatever and i was like i don't understand like why they love to like talk about that and then i realized like once i started drinking peaks drinks i'm like wait it's like a fun part of your day i know which is it's weird it's like you said you almost feel productive like we are bucks get my dream right it's like you wanna go tokat like the whole like going to a coffee shop and just sit like such a romantic idea there and it's like pastries sugary coffee what's real breakfast year yeah no it's not good vibes saying i just know click to me like why people love to do that and it's like it's an addiction they'll you know they need that to get through the day i get it like yeah but not saying it's good but i understand it now everyone's got her vices yeah my starbucks that pink drink and it's funny that you were addicted the peak drink and not like coffee note that see issue is always addicted to both oh okay twice in one day i would go to starbucks like it was it was a reliever did you get them and coffee order ice caramel macchiato yada with extra caramel drizzle ohio yo sugar overloaded i really felt like i was killing myself.
"two hundred grams" Discussed on KQED Radio
"No. So Satan, we're told does is work the human beings, you and me and everybody else gets under a skins makes us do things often without us ever knowing that. That's what's happening. Which brings us to this tiny news story that we noticed few months back, maybe describing the work of Satan. Maybe just the actions of human beings and happened in article Russian, scientists Sergei Civis ski and a colleague of his welder, Bella Gustav, what part of a team that was stationed there for years working together and small remote station, but only two Russian TV channels and some sort of exercise room and vibrate. One of them, the scientists really liked reading and the two men got into an application of her books that ended up in the news, and it was also unusual this altercation that we wondered what actually happened like how does something like this go down. And we were unable to find any interviews that they done to return to a novelist. Gerry steinberg? He's rushing, by the way to imagine for us. How this played out? Here's what he wrote. Dear diary, the boys from the hunting have brought in a catch of a dozen emperor penguins and tomorrow, I will make my famous penguin stake in horseradish reduction. Do you know how hard it is reduce a horse radish diary? It is very hard one. The boy said to me gay I live for your emperor penguins steak, and we drank two hundred grams together to celebrate the successful hunt afterwards, I showed him my penguin knife. He said it will take months for the penguins to and then I will make my steak and the boys from the hunt will love me here at the Russian base. There is not much to do internet.
"two hundred grams" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"Gonna protein sparing modified fast, but you don't have to be hungry for if you of time one of the reason, I think people have so many benefits from it at a few different reasons. Like, we talked about before recording today to like, your hunger levels normalized to appoint that I've never experienced in my life. I think for some people that can be a really powerful reminder like a show not eating beat or announce like after eat to stick. I'm good. I have no interest in eating anymore when we have steak and rice and salad and carbohydrate like every in berries chocolate afterwards, like you can go back and forth and back and forth in ease Meshu can stomach like until you. But when you eat only one thing, and it's especially if it's high protein as family rib eye or something like that. Like, you will know when you're still. You experience. Yeah. Yeah. I think rubble is talking about that book where to eat the food editors and and man versus food when he had like five gallons ice cream. So the texture of ice cream being soft and cold sweet in creamy. And then what's the flip side of that? So he got he got almost burnt French fries. So they were extra crispy extra salty in when he ate the fries, he could go back to the ice cream, and he was able to finish all the fucking ice cream because he had that contrast of the hot super, crunchy salty, French fries. And you know, we think about what we put on our plate people want variety they want. Let me get my starch limit my this. Let me get my that. It's all these things that we were told is healthy forest growing up. But for a lot of it's not, you know in in I'm not competing MA. I don't need to have over two hundred grams of carbs any fucking day. A really don't even need that. If I am competing just needed time them appropriately. Right. Make sure that I'm recovered topped off. But fine-tuning that for myself figuring out what works for me has been. I think the biggest lesson in all this is that you know, as you know in your experience, it's different for everyone. I'm sure I've tested after eating. Apple didn't have a big spike in blood sugar. Like, you did bought white rice fucks me up sweet potatoes. Don't right. So fine tuning and figuring out. What works that allows me to make better decision, especially when I'm eating carbohydrates during the warmer months in my body, tolerates better. I can still do it. Right or I can do it wrong. Right. There's always that decision to make you were the things that you look at maybe incorporating new food or switching foods to learn. If you buddy of not so talk about blood sugar, do not you talked about before you, you know, we gluten grains like you puff up little bit. What things that are kind of key indicators for you that that's not the tolerate if I'm mindful I will be able to tell I think there's some apps it will do this for you. But heart rate variability changes and selling I can tell if I'm beating consistently or inconsistently, and I have better. Hurry variability. But I will see jump in heart rate. If I eat something, that's problematic. So if I. At that moment or within an hour..
"two hundred grams" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"During exercise what this means is that for example. For an endurance athlete. Someone who's going to do a triathlon or marathon or swimming race or anything like that by going through a carbohydrate depletion state or carbohydrate depleted training over and over again and some of the studies these were actually studies where they would fast them overnight. They'd go out to a heart endurance session comeback, and then they'd have their breakfast. Basically kind of kind of training into pleated state and some say they would train at night Noddy carbs sleep overnight, then train again like some of these studies are pretty rigorous what they found was that once these people got carbohydrates before exercise during exercise they used them far more efficiently. So this is something that can be used as almost like a hack to increase in Durance as well. The key is that for someone like an iron man traffic, and this is what all have my athletes. Do is they'll follow a relatively key Todic, low carbohydrate diet as long as they don't have familial hypercholesterolemia or some peop- gene issue or an inflammatory response to Kito genyk diet, a very small number of people do. But ultimately if they don't fall into that category. Keep them relatively key Todic for all the way going into the race until just a few days before the race. And then we'll start to get more sweet potatoes and yams and white rice and some of these states starches and healthy carbs, the body soaks that up and the performance goes through the roof, but it requires a carbohydrate depletion phase beforehand. Very similar to this idea, especially for active people of doing a weekly repeat or in very active people, sometimes nightly reef lead where you actually eat carbohydrates Adler beat him, but only at specific portions during the week or at specific stages during the week, and that will depend on your level physical activity like a lot of lot of folks who just live a normal kind of non athletic sane life. They'll do a weekly repeat a lot of the people. I work with like, bodybuilders pro athletes. They'll literally do like a nightly repeat on carbohydrates where you have one hundred two hundred grams of carbohydrate at night, then you do an intermittent fast. You don't eat carbohydrates all day long. And then you rinse wash and repeat at the end of the day again with good healthy carbohydrates. So that's another very. Very cool effect that actually was only lucid aided in the past several years more stable during exercise. There's a again like Beedi, and there's a lot of ways to stabilize the gut during exercise, you know, I'm a huge fan of for example, Colostrum I like L Gouda mean I like bone broth, you know, there's there's a lot of things that you can do to coat the lining of the stomach and keep the gut less permeable, especially during exercise anytime you exercise, and especially when you in the heat what happens is you get increased gut permeability that can only lead to passage of undigested food matter and larger proteins from the digestive tract into the bloodstream, but it can also lead to gastric distress. So the idea here is that you can minimize a lot of that by simply not eating before exercise or consuming things that don't.
"two hundred grams" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Of protein every day, or like, do you do you kind of throw out some of those rules when you're dieting the fatter you are the the the less your protein needs to go down and calories. Go up same thing. So right now have comfy amount of fat and and eating at least enough every day. So my proteins probably come down to about a gram maybe a little bit over, but maybe a little bit under as well. But when I'm prepping, it's like, no, they need to be a little bit higher because. Okay. Yeah. Well, you need some sort of food to read. I mean like so that's where the vegetables come in. It's like, you know, we can get into big debate about you know, what the hell vegetables don't do for you. But they don't have a whole lot of calories in them. And so you're not starving, and you wanna kill everybody in sight have some damn vegetables have some and get some fiber in your system right on protein intake too. I think it helps a lot with behave. I think honestly for most guys that are just like looking to get rolling a stop any protein five times a day, it will automatically change their behavior. My brother's actually obese my brother's like three hundred fifty pounds big big dude and member he just wasn't ready for the change. But he's like what can I do? And I'm like, let me give you something. You can thrive off of just eat away protein shake before every meal, and he quit because he was like it works too. Well, I can have my ten tacos. But the protein very satiated along with the veggies. I mean, two hundred grams of carbs you and I can pound that away. Like in fifteen minutes two grams of protein, we have to reschedule things. Yeah. That's true. Yeah. Eat two hundred grams of protein in the you're not doing much after that. No twenty grams of cars, this sounds like a good time. Does it sounds? Yes. Sounds easy especially with some rice get like little soya sauce going on there or something go to coats. Don't you got two hundred. What about the types of food that you eat in bodybuilding prep Zach that could pretty strict to or or do you are you just don't care too much? It does it does. It's crazy because when you prep like I like to think that I have my stuff, and but you develop a transient Indus order, you know, it's like short-lived, I'm reading a whole package of rice case. I'm like we eat this every day when the the seasons like no now, I'm just eating rice because it's easier. Right. But but I think the majority of foods it consciously like is important because you're not eating enough calorie. So like, would you should be eating should be you know, foods at do a bit more free than just give you energy? So I think a multi great, but there's always, you know, nature has a purpose it, so you know, there's all these things that are tests that whatever you want and broccoli that there's transport system so that you can use them appropriately. So I think the majority of your food should be that..
"two hundred grams" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"Now conversate methionine, which seems to of all amino acids, not only very important for him to our. But also seems to be very important driving. I g f that isn't amino acid that you'll in very short period of time after fasting experiences significant drop off in and so we don't preserve Matthias levels nearly as well as we do Lucy or other branch chain amino acids, and so therefore, I think some of the benefits of fasting probably come due to probably come down to the methionine restriction more than the Lucienne restriction. And again, I think it comes back to this period of chronically low. Mt activity is not a good thing. If you look at you know, physiologic models of constant MTR. In addition without ever taking the pedal off the break that produces a very bad phenotype, just as constant stimulation of 'em tour produces a very bad phenotype. So it's hard to. At extreme cases. In addition to understand, the you know, some of them are rigorous non-human data and not come to the conclusion that some sort of cyclic inhibition and activation of 'em Tor is probably optimal. So if we're still having losing high and times of fast is there any other strategy that you use maybe for yourself or patients to to inhibit that for activate it. No, I think of Lucille is being normal versus high. I think of messiahs being normal versus low. Okay. And and so we're really kind of optimizing for different things questioned somewhat related to that. I know that you have chatted before about protein levels on a ketogenic diet. And how if you increase them to certain degree you've been kicked out of this? I think that this starting to become a several camps about this thought. And I love to get your thoughts on mechanism of how that would do that myself. I was barred it with questions, but I'd diet in the beginning of the year and pretty experiments are. So I thought that I was not going to say anything to anybody until I try to myself I did for five weeks and did tons of lab work before. And after as well as testing everyday glucose in Kitale levels and even those eating upwards of two hundred grams of protein at my on those we exact same as if I were doing a four one classic Jack diet an seen this with plenty of people as well. So just curious to hear your thoughts on protein levels in Kita regards to that. That's pretty cool. I'd actually like to hear more about that. So I I don't particularly have a strong point of view on this. I mean, other than whatever observed in myself in my patients, which is a general rule when you're on a ketogenic diet, everyone has kind of a different threshold above which protein by itself. Even absent. Additional glucose tends to impair Kita Genesis again. Whether that's through Glueck, Aena Genesis or some other mechanism. Notre have more interesting problems to worry about not to minimize the people's interest in that topic. But there's a finite amount of time in the day. And I find amount of energy I can put into things in their far more interesting problems to me. But the, you know, the carnivore died, I have no experience with like you have heard lots of anecdotes seem interesting. Strikes missed a little bit extreme. But you know, for me to call something extreme is probably the pot calling the kettle black. So I'll appreciate the irony of statement. So what else did you observe in yourself? Yeah. I mean, it was a strange that a lot of the things that I thought were going to happen. The basically the exact opposite happened to my insulin. Went down glucose over time. Actually went down Keaton levels. Stay the same or went up. Jeff went down. I went down and my lipid like my park account went down. Like, I was eating way..
"two hundred grams" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"You and also free radicals yes so you have a dual effect right so you are silencing the oncogenes your turning off some of the oncogenes and also by hyper oxygenating a tumor which it's baseline is to be in a in a state of hypotheses by super saturating the tumor with oxygen and that tumor tissue has damaged mitochondria because high poxy damages to conduct so basically you're hyper oxygenating a whole bunch of damage mitochondria and essentially what that does is skyrockets superoxide anton which then through fenton chemistry so when you have a lot of free iron and all you got a whole bunch of hime and stuff that's being down the tumor so you have a lot of free iron driving the fit our action and which is producing hydroxyl radicals and that caused a massive oxidative stress specifically to the tumor and you're delivering a massive oxidative stress to the tumor while it's relatively nontoxic to healthy cells that have normal metabolism right because tumors thriving in a low oxygen environment and you're reversing tumor hypoxia and hyper oxygenating it and you have this environment which is just fueling reebok stress you can then trigger a pop toes and necrosis really driving across in these tumor cells so hyperbaric oxygen delivered at the maximum tolerable dose three times per week and you could further enhance the oxidative stress of the tumor by something that's a lot of people haven't heard of this but i've e vitamin c so vitamin c if given intravenously up to about one hundred grams of that could yeah twenty five two hundred grams is kind of pushing it but vitamin c scorebig acid also functions as glucose antagonise dextrose on hand if but not if you're in a state of kito sus right so if you're kito so i did a pretty high dose vitamin c but being in a state akito says you can tolerate higher amounts right you know what your glucose drop to so when you measure your glucose when you're getting vitamin c you get a false positive on the meter falsely high you get falsely high well at least the abbot precision extras yeah is you know when you measure that meter that asa on the meter is also sensitive to the ph of your blood too and there's a reduction in vita scorebig acid is a powerful reducing agent and that might be altering the the assay so is not able to get my glucose skyrocket i know i went into hypoglycemic but my key tones were elevated and i took a pretty big hit you know a vitamin c and that was just doing it just for the you know the self experimentation bright so but what's the thought here so lots of people stress so vitamin c driving the fenton reaction to produce more oxygen stress vitamin c a pro oxidant when you get blood levels of vitamin c in the mili molar concentration then it becomes a pro oxidant it's not an antioxidant so we're not using antioxidants or definitely don't wanna use i was going to come back to that but the next thing is i'm sure somebody listening to this is going to say well i don't have access to iv vitamin c if i wanted to do that you can't do you can't do it because of what it's not got enough can't you can only get like a very small amounts and then you know your auto regulates to so you just let's get to the next thing you said which is again highly counterintuitive to most people we're hardwired to think that there's nothing better for you than antioxidants yeah but paradoxically once you have cancer that might not be the case yes i think antioxidants may be blocking some of the efficacy of some of the therapies to right because many kema therapeutic drugs their function works through enhancing oxidative stress radiation sure does so radiation maybe twenty.
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"This is a great honour i'm happy to be here rachel heath exxon limerick educates girls about nuclear power and encourages them to explore math and science and susan quigley with qvc who's a sponsor says lifting women up was the goal of the evening we wanted to really highlight our focus around women entrepreneurs ernie bristow came to support one woman in particular the spotlight for me tonight is ebony receiving this award ebony worsham awarded for her philanthropic work with youth in the community says it takes a village us and people have come out to support us as we are honored his and i w's own carol mackenzie mc the event and lilly pulitzer ceo michelle kelly served as keynote speaker charity howard kyw newsradio news time five twenty one law enforcement in montgomery county announcing a major drug bust resulting in more than twenty arrests and the seizure of about sixty six hundred doses of the deadly narcotic fennel suburban bureau chief jim melwert reports montgomery county da kevin steele says the investigation centered on five high level dealers including david cooper mulemba through a wiretap steele says they learn cooper was expecting a large shipment offense though he was alerting members of his inner circle and they were in turn alerting dealers down the line to be ready for a significant amount offense and move it quickly wouldn't delivery arrived earlier this month investigators moved in billionnaire searched a minivan that couldn't find the stash they called in a state police trooper specializes in finding hidden compartments in vehicles he was able to locate a compartment and get to it by figuring out the activation mechanism steele says in that compartment they found about two hundred grams of fenton which is one hundred times more potent than morphine at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio kyw news time five twenty two sam's back traffic and transit on the twos boy suzanne we have problems in the far northeast northbound roosevelt boulevard pretty much shut down at southampton road with a huge water main break is pretty much a lake at this point at this point we see really nothing moving on the inside lanes over there goes there goes the center lane one actually wants stream at traffic's getting by the barely that's inside lanes on the outside lanes are far far right lane is barely getting by this big huge water main break again in the far northeast rosa boulevard north at southampton southbound you can get by the far inside left lane is a bit underwater but you're able to get by northbound trying to avoid this if possible because people are just inching their way through northbound in both lanes international outside lanes trying to get past south hampton roads to the bucks county border south on ninety on the boulevard as we said is all right we're looking good everywhere else expressway good news here underneath thirtieth street station we had some restrictions around south street all that construction has gone i ninety five looks right northbound girardi earlier construction gone south on ninety five looks okay into center city also in new jersey north and south on the to ninety five expressway a wig crustacean couple lanes blocked in each direction overnight roadworks should be gone any minute now actually i'd let me just recap something here again on the site east of four twenty two approaching collegeville some police activity over to the right of cars fair truck facing the wrong way in a one vehicle accident but looks like the lanes are open as for mass transit no reported delays from the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center where member banking is better banking i'm sam clover it's the radio station about what to do in philly on your hd car radio at ninety six point five fm hd three it's here philly radio for the latest in live music food.
"two hundred grams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The sale here in is now scheduled for july ninth after which garcia's would be the star chef but ballard would be as employer steve taiwa kyw newsradio law enforcement in montgomery county announcing a major drug bust resulting in more than twenty arrests in the seizure of about sixty six hundred doses of the deadly narcotic fadhil suburban bureau chief jim melwert reports dunk emery county da kevin steele says the investigation centered on five high level dealers including david cooper of mulemba through a wiretap steele says they learn cooper was expecting a large shipment offense though he was alerting members of his inner circle and they were in turn alerting dealers down the line to be ready for significant amount of fat null and to move it quickly wouldn't delivery arrived earlier this month investigators moved in but when they searched the minivan that couldn't find the stash they called in a state police trooper specializes in finding hidden compartments in vehicles he was able to locate a compartment and get to it by figuring out the activation mechanism steele says in that compartment they found about two hundred grams of fenton all which is one hundred times more potent than morphine at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio the last day to visit the philadelphia history museum is friday city owned institution will be close for several months as a restructuring plan is worked on john mcdevitt reports there's a sign on the door that reads the philadelphia history museum will be closed saturday but will it doesn't say is will be closed to the public for at least six months city managing director mike d bear genus visitation has been all for a long time your costs are going up we need to consider how to maintain the mission of the of the institution but maybe not in that building and maybe figure out how to we give people access to the collection and access to understanding the history of the city in a better way how do we do that in the building or possibly not in the building and maybe another venues around town this isn't the closing museums visitor's came a day after temple university pulled out of a proposal lions to bring additional support and resources to the museum john mcdevitt kyw newsradio hey whatever you news time eleven twenty two here's your traffic and transit on the twos big problems on the schuylkill expressway eastbound at the rams the twenty th street in the tunnel all lanes are blocked this is due to a motorcycle accident now because of this northbound twentysix street that is closed at the platte bridge that's due to that eastbound motorcycle accidents are seeing big problems right now on the schuylkill now also eastbound seventy six the vine the south left lane construction westbound side of the schuylkill expressway south street to the vine we have the right lane blocked with this the offramp to thirtieth street that is close you're still seeing delays back past university avenue then again westbound schuylkill henderson road to two left lane construction ninety five northbound gerard avenue to allegany new the two left lanes are blocked also northbound.
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"In the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center this is reporter's roundup tragedy in maryland with another mass shooting and sadly loss of life cbs news special report police say the shooting at the newspaper office in annapolis was a targeted attack on the capital gazette and arado county acting police chief william cramp says there were threats sent to the gazette over social media he entered the building a shotgun and he looked for his victims as he walked the lower level five people were killed and several others received superficial injuries the gunman who used canisters of smoke grenades has been identified through facial recognition software and cbs news has learned that the suspect being questioned is jared w oh maryland resident a white male in his late thirties in custody and our criminal investigation division investigators are interviewing him now investigators have begun searching the suspect's home cbs news special report i'm pam coulter this is reporter's roundup law enforcement officials in montgomery county have made what they call a major drug bust covering this suburban bureau chief kyw's jim melwert jim what's being said about this steve while there were more than twenty arrests associated with this investigation montgomery kennedy kevin steele says it centered on five high level dealers including david cooper of ulan burg he was a main target of our investigation was the head of the drug trafficking organization that was selling fan no cocaine crack cocaine and methamphetamine steele says through a wiretap they learned cooper was expecting a large shipment of fenton all he was alerting members of his inner circle and they were in turn alerting dealers down the line to be ready for a significant amount of fat null and to move it quickly knowing that delivery arrived in early june investigators moved in but when they searched the minivan they couldn't find the stash until steele says they called in the state police trooper this trooper is an expert in electrically hidden compartments installed aftermarket he was able to locate a compartment and get to it by figuring out the activation magnus steele says in that compartment they found about two hundred grams or more than six thousand six hundred doses of which is one hundred times more potent than morphine steele says it's a result of this bus they've been able to seriously disrupt the drug supply especially in pottstown steve thank you jim harris suburban bureau chief jim melwert with us on reporter's roundup it's being hailed as the dawn of a new era in atlantic city will the rebirth of two major hotel casino properties pravada lasting boost to that short town academy we'll see what's in the cards but for now it's celebration time the official opening of the hard rock hotel casino resort abuse david madden cover that he joins us from atlantic city david tell us more oh yes the they really open this place up with bang but then again it's the hard rock what did you expect a couple of thousand people jammed the eta serena here to watch two dozen guitars get smashed by stars politicians officials here at the casino and had a ball quite frankly but ceo jim allen says from a business standpoint you don't have to worry about their longterm picture you don't have to worry about some of the challenges of atlantic city's past where there's too much debt can't pay the interest can't reinvest in the property this property is debt free and they're also booked up all weekend long two thousand hotel room steve all the reclaimed joining us from atlantic city kyw's david madden with us on reporter's roundup thank you david you got it less than a mile away from the newly opened hard rock comes the transformation that has generated so many headlines the ocean resort hotel casino looks to be a giant in more ways than one kyw's mike denardo covered that part of her story and joins us on reporter's roundup mike a lot happened out there to the entire property is buzzing the casino has been opened since yesterday people are playing the sports book is opened there's a line of patrons all lined up to sign up for their casino cards there was a soft opening for the hotel of the last couple of days as we said the casino got the official open okay to open yesterday we talked with kathy sick of glass borough she notices the difference between the former rebel which closed two years ago and now the ocean resort there are some things that are the.
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"They finally cleared that crash approaching three twenty two but an hour delay coming off of two zero to two the approach of that scene so it's gonna take some time to recover so maybe still stick with business thirty if you're in that area right now ninety five northbound over the drawer point bridge we do have a crash partially blocking the left lane farther north it's slow from penns landing up the girard avenue southbound ninety five sluggish from the betsy ross bridge gerard james again approaching the bloomberg everybody lining up to get to the walt whitman bridge it's slow eastbound into new jersey forty t south is sluggish from the walt whitman the lowered landing road busy onto ninety five south from thirty to forty two i'm just dropping in the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center this is reporter's roundup tragedy in maryland with another mass shooting and sadly loss of life cbs news special report police say at least five people are dead and at least six heart in another deadly mass shooting this time of the capital gazette newspaper and annapolis maryland county executive steve shoe there are several people who have died from this incident and several others are injured those who are injured have been transported for medical care to medical center wjc reporter kimberly item they've seen on twitter from that crime reporter that he had said that the shooter was firing through the doors of the gazette and a rental county police just held a press conference lieutenant ryan frazier brass could family and friends to meet at the annapolis mall if you need to meet up with a friend or loved one that was inside that building or reunification center has been set up no motive yet for the shooting in the suspect is in custody law enforcement in baltimore and new york city sent forces to major media outlets as a precaution cbs news special report i'm alison keys reporter's roundup law enforcement officials in montgomery county have made what they call a major drug bust covering this suburban bureau chief jim melwert jim what's being said about this steve while there were more than twenty arrests associated with this investigation montgomery kennedy kevin steele says of senate on five high level dealers including david cooper of mulemba he was a main target of our investigation was the head of the drug trafficking organization that was selling fan no cocaine crack cocaine and methamphetamine steele says the real wiretap they learned cooper was expecting a large shipment of fenton all he was alerting members of his inner circle and they were in turn alerting dealers down the line to be ready for a significant amount of fat null and to move it quickly knowing that delivery arrived in early june investigators moved in but when they searched a minivan they couldn't find the stash until steele says they caught in the state police trooper this trooper as an expert in electrically hidden compartments installed aftermarket he was able to locate a compartment and get to it by figuring out the activation mechanism steele says in that compartment they found about two hundred grams or more than six thousand six hundred doses offense which is one hundred times more potent than morphine steele says as a result of this bus they've been able to seriously disrupt the drug supply especially in pottstown steve thank you jim harris suburban bureau chief jim melwert with us on reporter's roundup it's being hailed as the dawn of a new era in atlantic city will the rebirth of two major hotel casino properties provide a lasting boost that short town economy we'll see what's in the cards but for now it's celebration time the official opening of the hard rock hotel casino resort abuse david madden cover that he joins us from atlantic city david tell us more oh yes the they really opened this place with a bang but then again it's the hard rock what did you expect couple of thousand people jammed the eta serena here to watch two dozen guitars get smashed by stars politicians officials here at the casino and had a ball quite frankly but ceo jim allen says from a business standpoint you don't have to worry about their longterm picture you don't have to worry about some of.
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"The fact that she's talking about which would make the time line work or whether to the guy got arrested with four hundred grams whatever the count is affec known was left back out in the streets wasn't arrested for that what did you get arrested a june sixth doesn't seem to make any sense unless this guy's name was see officer david straws mr shaw let's just go to wrap the rally rabbits outright rabbit rabbit you out everything's going out good to have you on good to what i think happened was michelle hundred and thirty five grams of fat and also she looks it up sees that this guy was in the fourth okay hold on really now got a better phone he's got a better when he was in he did back in prison they have really good for great don't worry about the cellular tower you get out the never had an issue with their with cell phone when he was in go back in this meeting when you get out of red light it doesn't work so it almost it almost reached though of and we're starting to get some people who seem to have an understanding maybe they're in law enforcement or whatever that if a defendant wants his identity protected that means he ratted that we might have some situations here where there's some people that are undercover right now that are actually working for for the reason why you can think of it being that makes sense even up names accents we're gonna try it again what do you wanna do straight again rather let's see it again let's see if we got a phone call here just better painful payphone in prison was a hell of a lot better by the way go ahead so anyway awesome got arrested and then tried to you know look in the paper whatever got that guy's name lady bird it was a stop with two hundred grams or something like that mass and that's his name hidden which obviously he's yeah definitely an informant so he's that's the only reason it wouldn't give his name or anything like that other papers but there's a lot of stuff that just doesn't make sense like people think that maybe he was financing the situation when you're buying that kind of weight from like eating hotel or anybody you get that stuff onto too because you're selling their drugs for them so there's no need for like okay thanks it but we can't because online sites but he concluded that that's one of the reasons why you would protect this guy jat so soon so instead another name is thrown out what i'm just saying i just think like june sixth elsia rodriguez i think bait thirtieth arrest of people you should be looking in april that's we should be looking yeah you should just i'm just saying but let's just for example marathon monday you know maybe you should look around that area because you know may thirtieth no june sixth no maybe we should dig around that area to say but making cryptic wave i don't know i'm just saying maybe marathon so maybe that's part of all of this that the confusion lies in the fact that there is a federal investigation going on and that there are people who are actually working for the feds even though they're viewed by others as being it's it's like it's like a famous name comes up there's a coincidence because this guy gets cut and they're trying to draw some correlation like like hanley ramirez that's that's what i took from on it and he's pulling all the strings and he's like he's hyman roth haley ramirez is hyman rock i'm sick i have nothing to do with this he's silly he's come on but here's here's the problem if family has absolutely nothing to do with us other than the fact that he knows this guy.
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"It's the best fun i've seen in years and years i mean from coquetry all the way around the tip louisiana all the way to the east side all the way up into delacruz every boat fifty two hundred grams a day they were catching so that's a really good thing and then we got into the red fish got sick and it was like crazy pull up on a point and catch fifty nice when so then then that storm came through and put those west winds on us for about a week and a half and they're really mess things up a bit but now it's coming back around what's your weather looking like right now out there i tell you what we had some storms early on the west side and then those those rained out and i have the remnants over me and after that i i really don't see anything it's blowing southwest about five i mean it's going gonna be a nice day those river low right now you come up hard but when it does i'm gonna i'm not gonna go and points that the tide is past and i'm going to go on points that the tide is hitting and fish decide that it's swirling out because at one point nine that's too hard for the fish to fight again the predators are gonna lose the least amount of energy they can in order to eat so what's going to happen if the tide hits a point hard in this world to right of the point let's say with those special be in that swirl because that's the easiest place for them to be so you don't want to fish in a tied lines today it's going to be too hard yeah i saw some of those offshore storms about three thirty this morning it was a little bit of lightning popping out there off the gulf coast but evidently they ran themselves out and going to spread out with some cloud cover and stay kind of nice should be a good day yeah i think it's going to be great i'm just right now i'm just kind of island of where the girls caught those fish i'm waiting to see some bait and paid on after we talk and i'm gonna start whacking them now i'm getting ready getting already got my eyes on the white wing does down in mexico i i'm drooling already yeah when's the next minute.
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"A cup of rice a cup of water a couple of butter a cup of cream cheese is all in the same measuring cup but not in europe or anywhere else they have measuring cups with different lines on them that will say rice flour sugar water milk because they're all different amounts because it's all by weight most people cook with a little scale so so there's no there's no volume measurement so now wait by weight so they have these crazy measuring cups that instead of they're not they're not measured i mean they're measured by you know a hundred grams two hundred grams whatever so it's different for each you know what you're measuring i never thought of this i didn't realize it seems weird they would have no volume measurement there's no way avant volume no not that i know i've only grams only wait yes so that's how recipes are it will say you know two hundred grams of butter a hundred and fifty grams of this blah blah blah and then you have to figure that out i mean maybe if you were born doing that you know what i was thirteen years old i cooked i baked and for a distance it didn't matter to me because you know at thirteen you know you're not driving you're not doing anything so somebody says i say how far is that and they say it's six hundred kilometers well i learned that okay that's far i mean it it didn't if i wanted to buy fabric i figured out that a meter was more or less a yard a little more.