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Beat the Often Path
Ep. 106 - Dr. Scott Fulbright: Carbon-Negative Ink from Algae?

Beat the Often Path

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 55:54


Dr. Scott Fulbright is the CEO and Co-Founder of Living Ink Technologies, a company that's developing the next generation of ink and coatings from algae. His innovative business model replaces the ubiquitous petroleum inks that are all around us, from packaging to clothing tags, to shirts—you name it. Their inks and pigments are carbon negative, and by switching to their product we can save pounds and pounds of petroleum while removing carbon dioxide from the air. It's a true win/win/win that's gotten him millions in funding, several honors, and partnerships with brands like NIKE, Adidas, Patagonia, and more. ➡️ Episode Highlights: beattheoftenpath.com ➡️ https://livingink.co/

Talking Pools Podcast
CPO: Did you ever see the Hot Tub on a cruise ship?

Talking Pools Podcast

Play Episode Play 50 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 37:07


This is the one where Rudy talks about the challenges and risks involved in Hot Tub Maintenance. Take our 2-minute listener survey! Help us to provide you with more of the content you want to hear. Take our quick 2-minute survey!the 'How to Get Rid of Algae' handbook The most comprehensive guide on algae prevention and remediation you will ever own. CPO Certification Classes Attend your CPO class with Rudy Stankowitz!Online Pool Classes The difference between you and your competition is what you know!Support the show

Realfoodology
113: Algae and Mitochondria with Catharine Arnston

Realfoodology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 61:15 Very Popular


On today's episode we talk all things Mitochondria.  Mitochondrial health is something that is being thrown around a lot in the health and wellness space, and today we have Catharine Arnston to break it down for us.  Catharine Arnston of ENERGYbits joins me to talk about algae, how it can help improve your mitochondrial health and why we should care so much about it. Topics Discussed: Macro algae vs. micro algae  Spirulina Chlorella What are Mitochondria How many mitochondria there are in your brain, heart, women's eggs  Refined carbs Sugar  Types of antioxidants  What happens if you take Melatonin in the day  Spirulina and Alzheimer's and other brain disorders  Check out Catharine: Energy Bits Online code REALFOODOLOGY saves you 20% and FREE shipping Energy Bits on Instagram Sponsored By: Organifi www.organifi.com/realfoodology Code REALFOODOLOGY gets you 20% Off Magic Mind http://www.magicmind.co  Code REALFOODOLOGY gets you 20% off  Check Out Courtney: Courtney's Instagram: @realfoodology www.realfoodology.com Air Dr Air Purifier AquaTru Water Filter EWG Tap Water Database Further Listening: The Organic Watchdog

Irish Tech News Audio Articles
Climate tech companies join Net Zero programme

Irish Tech News Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 13:15


34 climate tech companies from across the UK have been accepted into the third iteration of Tech Nation's Net Zero programme – Europe's first programme dedicated to supporting the UK's most promising climate tech companies. The UK is leading the way for climate tech investment in Europe, with 249 climate tech rounds raising $2.6bn in total in 2021 – a 63% increase on the $1.6bn raised in 2020. Climate tech companies join Net Zero programme 2022 looks set to be a record year for climate tech investment. With $2.1bn raised so far, compared to $2.6bn for the whole of 2021, the UK climate tech sector's growth is showing no signs of being affected by the economic downturn. The companies joining Net Zero 3.0 are revolutionising the UK's approach to combating climate change across industries – including agriculture, transport, energy and construction. Algae engineering is an emerging theme this year, with 3 of this year's companies utilising the plant to create biofuel, bioplastics and carbon sequestration. Exactly half (17) of the Net Zero 3.0 companies are working in the energy sector, helping to tackle the UK's current energy and cost of living crisis. Half (17) of the Net Zero 3.0 cohort are headquartered outside of London, with companies innovating across regions and countries, including Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. Tech Nation, the UK's leading growth platform for tech scaleups, today announces the 34 climate tech companies who have been accepted into Net Zero 3.0 – the third iteration of the Net Zero growth programme. See more breaking stories here. Net Zero 3.0 is the first government-backed programme designed to support the most promising climate tech companies to accelerate the UK's path to net zero. This year's successful companies were assessed by over 50 judges across key industries, including climate specialists, investors and senior representatives from companies such as Google for Startups, Sage and BNP Paribas. Companies were judged based on their scalability and potential to help the UK reach its high-priority net zero goal. The chosen companies are actively decarbonising key sectors, from energy and transport to construction and agriculture. This year's Net Zero cohort demonstrates that tackling climate change is a priority across all parts of the UK, as 51% of the cohort are headquartered outside of London, with companies based in Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland, the North and the East of England. The UK leads the way in Europe for its number of climate tech companies and investment New data from Tech Nation and Net Zero Insights has revealed there are over 4,400 climate tech startups and scaleups in the UK; 60% more than the number in France (2,793) and 43% more than in Germany (3,100). The UK is also leading the way for climate tech investment in Europe, with 249 climate tech rounds raising $2.6bn in total in 2021 – a 63% increase on the $1.6bn raised in 2020. This year looks set to be a record year for climate tech investment, with $2.1bn raised in 2022 so far, compared to $2.6bn for the whole of 2021. The UK climate tech sector's growth is showing no signs of being affected by the economic downturn. With its first two iterations of the Net Zero programme, Tech Nation has previously supported the growth of 62 of the UK's leading climate tech companies. Together with the Net Zero 3.0 cohort, these companies have collectively raised over £500mn in VC investment. The majority of Net Zero 3.0 companies are working in the energy sector As the UK finds itself in the midst of an energy crisis, exactly half (17) of the companies joining Net Zero 3.0 are working to make UK energy consumption both cleaner and more affordable for customers. Joining this year's Net Zero 3.0 cohort, Filia brings solar power to urban homes by integrating solar technology into the fabric of blackout/security blinds and garage doors, while Electric Miles has developed algorithms that profile, aggregate and shift energy demand fro...

Circle of Blue WaterNews
Speaking Of Water - Danger Looms Where Toxic Algae Blooms

Circle of Blue WaterNews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 25:52


An in-depth interview with Keith Schneider

Fit, Fabulous Life Podcast
S4 E21 The Secret to the Easiest and Most Efficient Form of Nutrition with EnergyBits Founder, Catherine Arnston

Fit, Fabulous Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 45:01


Are you tired of being overwhelmed with the ongoing list of options when it comes to your health and wellbeing? Is it daunting to think about adding another step to your wellness routine? My next guest is sharing all about efficient nutrition and how you can get the highest form of nutrition in less than 10 seconds! Catherine Arnston is the founder and CEO of EnergyBits, the WOW of your wellness routine! Catherine's passion for algae began when her sister went through breast cancer. She was told an alkaline diet could help aid in her recovery. Catherine 's research led her to find the powerful superfoods, Spirulina and Chlorella algae. Her sister made a full recovery, and Catherine's intrigue grew. As a self-educated researcher, she has founded EnergyBits to share this superfood with the world. Key Takeaways on this episode: Understand what micro algae is and what the different kinds do for our bodies. Learn how algae can help support healthy hair, skin, nails and joins with vegan collagen. Learn how algae can help with endurance as well as aid in recovery and detoxification Discover the power of algae on the mitochondria, anti-aging and how it can help promote longevity Understand the research and science behind Algae and how over 100,000 studies have been conducted to learn more about this superfood Learn more about Catherine here. When you shop, use code fitfablife to receive 20% off your order!

Ithaca Now
Harmful Algae Blooms in the Tompkins County Area | September 18, 2022.

Ithaca Now

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 23:22


WICB news correspondent Caroline Grass as learns more about harmful algae blooms, or HAB's, in the first part of a two-part series learning more about the environment in the Ithaca area. Ithaca Now is WICB's weekly news program covering news, issues, and culture in the Ithaca area. For more local news, visit wicb.org/news. Originally aired September 18, 2022. Cover photo credits to the Cayuga Lake Watershed Network.

waterloop
waterloop #156: A New Approach To Agriculture

waterloop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


Algae blooms that pollute waterways, produce toxins, and cause dead zones are one of the most widespread and challenging environmental problems in the U.S. Nitrogen and phosphorus from agricultural land is the leading fuel for the algae blooms, but efforts to reduce the nutrient pollution from farms have largely been unsuccessful.In this episode, Dr. Donald Boesch, President Emeritus of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, says it's time to change the approach and create a national strategy for regulating agriculture pollution. Don talks about approaches for reducing the use of fertilizers, paying farmers for performance, stopping production of corn-based ethanol, and improving water quality as part of fighting climate change.waterloop is a nonprofit media outlet featuring conversations about solutions and science. Visit waterloop.orgwaterloop is sponsored by Varuna, the tool that provides water utilities with full system awareness and offers a new resilience dashboard that identifies internal and external risks. Learn more at Varuna.city

Plant Based Briefing
371: This ‘Vegan Hunting' Guide Is Preserving the History of Seaweed Foraging Along the California Coast. By Susan B. Barnes at VegetarianTimes.com

Plant Based Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 6:42


Spencer Marley is a ‘vegan hunting guide', preserving the history of seaweed foraging along the California coast. By Susan B. Barnes at VegetarianTimes.com. Original post: https://www.vegetariantimes.com/travel/seaweed-foraging-san-luis-obispo/  Tour Link on Airbnb Experiences    Vegetarian Times has been the plant-based lifestyle authority since 1974, sharing recipes and news for vegans, vegetarians, and the veg-curious. They have an online platform at VegetarianTiimes.com and you can join as a free or paid member and receive meal plans, fitness plans & courses, cooking courses and challenges, and just a huge wealth of services, and create your own personalized feed. They offer an incredible amount of content and services, and whether you sign up as a free or paid member, you can create a personalized feed for information that interests you.     How to support the podcast: Share with others. Recommend the podcast on your social media. Follow/subscribe to the show wherever you listen. Buy some vegan/plant based merch: https://www.plantbasedbriefing.com/shop    Follow Plant Based Briefing on social media: Twitter: @PlantBasedBrief YouTube: YouTube.com/PlantBasedBriefing  Facebook: Facebook.com/PlantBasedBriefing  LinkedIn: Plant Based Briefing Podcast Instagram: @PlantBasedBriefing   #vegan #plantbased #veganpodcast #plantbasedpodcast #plantbasedbriefing #vegetariantimes #hunting #foraging #seaweed #wakame #kombu #nori #oliverockweed #grapestone #sealettuce #ramen #tidepools #sanluisobispo #sustainableforaging #phycology #algae  

The ZecoHealth Show
How Boosting NAD+ Can Slow Down The Aging Process

The ZecoHealth Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 6:26


In this weekend's short I explain the benefits of boosting NAD+ Shownotes are available @ https://zecohealth.com/nad/ Click below & use code zecohealth for 10% discount off Alegae from EnergyBits https://www.energybits.com/

Empowered Health: A Holistic View
Episode 76: ENERGYbits: How Algae Benefits Mitochondrial Health with Catharine Arnston

Empowered Health: A Holistic View

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 56:12


Catharine Arnston is the Founder/CEO/Chief Scientific Officer of ENERGYbits® and expert in algae for wellness, nutrition, beauty, biohacking, mitochondria and longevity. She is a nationally recognized thought-leader, seasoned corporate executive, experienced entrepreneur and sought-after speaker. Catharine has an MBA, BA and is a Board-Certified Health Coach. Her journey into the fascinating world of algae began in 2008 when her younger sister was diagnosed with breast cancer and advised by her oncologist that an alkaline diet would improve her healing.   In this episode, Catharine and I discuss the amazing benefits of algae for mitochondrial health. Listen to our previous discussion on Episode 67: ENERGYbits: Learn All About Algae and How It's A Superfood   Visit www.energybits.com and use the discount code EMPOWEREDHEALTH for 20% off your order.   Have a podcast topic suggestion for upcoming episodes? Email me at kate@holistichealthcollab.com   If you want to connect to others on the health and wellness journey or if you want a safe space to learn more about holistic health and the different modalities, come join our Facebook group at Empowered Health: Connection and Community through Holistic Health   Want to get general hints and tips about your health? Head on over to Instagram and follow @holistichealthcollab   Podcast edited and managed by Haili Murch LLC.   If you are interested in starting a podcast or you are currently a podcaster needing help managing or relaunching your podcast, you may email Haili Murch at hello@hailimurch.com or you can click here to book a call: https://calendly.com/hailimurch/podcast-discovery-call

This is Biohacking
Pass the Algae – Why you should add this superfood to your diet

This is Biohacking

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 70:46


On this episode, we have special guest, Catharine Arnston,  Founder and CEO of ENERGYbits®, Shark Tank Contestant and expert on the health benefits of algae on the show.  Catharine's story starts with her sister's journey in beating breast cancer with the help of algae. She found a passion for healing with this superfood and turned her passion into a company that specializes in creating the purest form. NASA and the United Nations have even labeled algae as the most nutrient-dense super food in the world – scientists have found benefits linked to improved immunity, gut health, sleep, hunger, inflammation, mitochondria regeneration and energy production.  Use Code "THISISBIOHACKING" for 20% off your order at energybits.com.       

World Ocean Radio
New Ocean Challenges

World Ocean Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 5:14


This week on World Ocean Radio: a summary of fifteen new ocean challenges as identified by the conclusions of thirty conservation experts around the world, published in a July 2022 report in the journal "Nature Ecology and Evolution." About World Ocean Radio 5-minute weekly insights dive into ocean science, advocacy and education hosted by Peter Neill, lifelong ocean advocate and maritime expert. Episodes offer perspectives on global ocean issues and viable solutions, and celebrate exemplary projects. Available for syndicated use at no cost by college and community radio stations worldwide.

The Clydesdale, Fitness & Friends
Clydesdale Media Roundtable | Episode 333 - Who got the last spot for the Women at Rogue?

The Clydesdale, Fitness & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 32:59


Tune in to hear who all is going to Rogue, who got the last spot? Charlie has a bum hip, but still plans on making the Master's Fitness Collective next year. Scott get's scammed by an Instacart Shopper and charged an enormous amount of money. Amy tells the secret to not be a loser at bowling and we still miss Cat.

Losing Weight
071: Catharine Arnston || Algae For Weight Loss, Protecting Your Mitochondria & The Science Behind Why You Lack Energy When You're Fat.

Losing Weight

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 55:10


Catharine Arnston is the Founder/CEO/Chief Scientific Officer of ENERGYbits® and expert in algae for wellness, nutrition, beauty, biohacking, mitochondria and longevity. She is a nationally recognized thought-leader, seasoned corporate executive, experienced entrepreneur and sought-after speaker. Catharine has an MBA, BA and is a Board-Certified Health Coach. Catharine's journey into the fascinating world of algae began in 2008 when her younger sister was diagnosed with breast cancer and advised by her oncologist that an alkaline diet would improve her healing. Catharine left her 25-year corporate career to help her sister identify which foods were alkaline which led her to discovering algae - the most alkaline, chlorophyll-rich, high-protein, nutrient-dense food in the world. When Catharine learned that algae's vast healing properties were documented in tens of thousands of scientific studies but that none of these studies or algae's benefits were known outside of Asia, she knew she needed to do something. And so ENERGYbits was born.   In this episode, you'll learn… How algae can help your weight loss journey What happens when your Mitochondria dies Why you lack energy when you're fat And so much more!   Connect with Catharine Arnston www.energybits.com Use coupon code RUSTY for 20% off sitewide www.instagram.com/energybits/   Connect with Rusty Sign up for my emails! RustyOsborne.com instagram.com/thecoachrusty

Talking Pools Podcast
Natatorium CPO

Talking Pools Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 18:25


This is the one where Rudy talks about air quality considerations for indoor swimming pools. Take our 2-minute listener survey! Help us to provide you with more of the content you want to hear. Take our quick 2-minute survey!the 'How to Get Rid of Algae' handbook The most comprehensive guide on algae prevention and remediation you will ever own. CPO Certification Classes Attend your CPO class with Rudy Stankowitz!Online Pool Classes The difference between you and your competition is what you know!Support the show

The Gateway
Tuesday, September 13, 2022 - Some Midwest states are not testing lakes for toxic algae

The Gateway

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 9:35


Blue-green algae blooms are increasing with rising water temperatures and fertilizer runoff. They can make people sick and kill pets. Private and volunteer efforts in some states are helping to fill the testing gap.

Know Your Physio
How to Power and Protect your Mitochondria with Catharine Arnston

Know Your Physio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 53:21


Algae was the first life on earth, and it might just be the ultimate superfood. The Ancient Egyptians and the Aztecs knew this thousands of years ago, but only in recent times has that knowledge begun to permeate into Western society. Tune in today as Catharine Arnston, founder and Chief Scientific Officer at ENERGYbits, explains how spirulina and chlorella can drastically improve our mental and physical health, prevent disease, and enhance longevity. Spirulina has the highest amount of protein of any food source (for this reason, and the fact that one gram of algae has the same nutrition as 1000 grams of fruits and vegetables, it has been hailed as the answer to world hunger,) and taking chlorella is the best form of wellness detox you could ever imagine. These two algae types form the foundation of ENERGYbits products, which are underpinned by robust scientific evidence and have changed many lives in profound ways (as you will hear today!)Key Points From This Episode: What bioavailability means. [00:24]Introducing Catharine Arnston, founder and Chief Scientific Officer at ENERGYbits, and the focus of today's episode. [03:15]Why Catharine founded a company that makes products out of algae. [06:41]How ENERGYbits are created. [11:16]A few of the key differences between spirulina and chlorella. [12:52]The benefits of spirulina. [14:01]The educational side of Catharine's mission with ENERGYbits. [17:28]How chlorella helps with recovery. [18:53]Optimal times to ingest spirulina and chlorella. [22:19]The power of melatonin (which is found in high concentrations in algae) beyond helping with sleep. [20:38]A personal story about how ENERGYbits products can change lives. [24:12]Why the carnivore community loves ENERGYbits. [29:00]The invaluable role of the mitochondria in our cells. [31:00]Understanding mitochondrial diseases. [32:52]Where free radicals are found, and how to reduce or eliminate them from your diet. [35:19]Why spirulina should be consumed in its raw form. [39:32]How ENERGYbits products can save you money. [41:32]Why Catharine refers to ENERGYbits products as “nutrition insurance.” [42:25]The largely untold cell biology evolution story. [44:36]Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Click HERE to save on BiOptimizers MagnesiumENERGYbitsCatharine Arnston on LinkedInAvo MiamiMelatonin: The Miracle MoleculeAndrés PreschelKnow Your Physio PodcastENERGYbits Discount Code: AndresPSupport the show

City Visions
Toxic Algae Bloom / SFUSD Superintendent Matt Wayne / Permaculture Farm EARTHseed

City Visions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 58:53


Periodic Effects: Cannabis Business Podcast
Pe282 Unique Algae Strains are making Cannabinoids

Periodic Effects: Cannabis Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 32:35


(Part-1-Science) Synthetic cannabinoid production has been on people's radar for some time. The question is, can it emerge as the dominant supplier of cannabinoids in the cannabis, hemp, pharma or international markets?   Not all synthetic cannabinoids are the same, we discuss a “biosynthetic” approach using unique algae strains with our guest, Rob Evans, Co-Founder of Purissima.   Chapters: 00:00 - Intro, Rob's Chemistry Background 05:56 - Why are synthetic molecules bad? 10:48 - What cannabinoids can be made  14:08 - Do certain molecules have limits? 18:48 - Engineering Algae Strains 27:27 - Production quality control process 31:00 - Part 2 Business

Talking Pools Podcast
CPO: What size pool heater do I need & what's it cost to run

Talking Pools Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 17:56 Very Popular


This is the one where Rudy talks about Pool Heaters, Solar Heat, and Liquid Covers.Music by Muzaproduction from Pixabay the 'How to Get Rid of Algae' handbook The most comprehensive guide on algae prevention and remediation you will ever own. CPO Certification Classes Attend your CPO class with Rudy Stankowitz!Online Pool Classes The difference between you and your competition is what you know!Support the show

The Brittany Hughes Show
Episode 28: Toxic Algae Is Taking Over San Francisco Bay Thanks to Tons of Human Waste

The Brittany Hughes Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 26:27


The amount of human waste gunking up the water in San Francisco is thought to be one of the primary triggers for a massive stinking algae bloom that's killing off all the fish. Meanwhile, the city is spending over half a million on designer trashcans while lecturing the rest of us on the environment.

The 217 Today Podcast
217 Today: Volunteer groups work to test rivers and lakes for toxic algae blooms

The 217 Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022


In today's deep dive, we'll learn about volunteer groups testing rivers and lakes for toxic algae blooms.

California Rebel Base with Steve Hilton
Something Smelly Is Behind The Fish-pocalypse

California Rebel Base with Steve Hilton

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 55:01


The OG TDEC Gang is back! Steve and Kristen talk poop killing fish, the update on Twitter vs. Elon, Nimby-ism, and that Biden speech.

This Week in Startups - Audio
Raising a VC fund in public + Brilliant Planet's Raffael Jovine on the power of algae | E1552

This Week in Startups - Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 66:11 Very Popular


On VC Sunday School, J+M discuss why Jason is planning on raising LAUNCH Fund IV in public! (2:38) Then, Raffael Jovine joins to discuss how Brilliant Planet is growing algae and using it to sequester carbon (39:25) (0:00) Teeing up today's topics (2:38) J+M discuss Jason's plain to raise LAUNCH Fund IV in public (10:44) OpenPhone - Get an extra 20% off any plan for your first 6 months at https://openphone.com/twist (12:18) LP relationships, partner capital requirements, and more fund talk! (20:16) Odoo - Get your first app free and a $1000 credit at https://odoo.com/twist (21:42) Teeing up Molly's interview plus an ESG chat! (38:10) MasterClass - Get 15% off an annual membership at https://masterclass.com/startups (39:25) Raffael Jovine joins Molly to discuss how Brilliant Planet is growing algae and using it to sequester carbon Check out Brilliant Planet: https://www.brilliantplanet.com FOLLOW Jason: https://linktr.ee/calacanis FOLLOW Molly: https://twitter.com/mollywood Subscribe to our YouTube to watch all full episodes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkkhmBWfS7pILYIk0izkc3A?sub_confirmation=1

Talking Pools Podcast
CPO: Swimming Pool Filtration

Talking Pools Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 23:56 Very Popular


This is the one where Rudy is talking pool filter types, cleaning, backwashing, and sizing to a pool.Music by altrusiangracemedia from Pixabay Take our 2-minute listener survey! Help us to provide you with more of the content you want to hear. Take our quick 2-minute survey!CPO Certification Classes Attend your CPO class with Rudy Stankowitz!Online Pool Classes The difference between you and your competition is what you know!the 'How to Get Rid of Algae' handbook The most comprehensive guide on algae prevention and remediation you will ever own. Support the show

Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand
Protect yourself and your pet from toxic algae blooms

Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022


Dr. Lori Teller, president of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), joins Lisa Dent on Chicago’s Afternoon News to explain how to protect yourself and your pet from toxic algae blooms that are appearing in lakes and rivers across the country. Follow Your Favorite Chicago’s Afternoon News Personalities on Twitter:Follow @LisaDentSpeaksFollow @SteveBertrand Follow @kpowell720 Follow @maryvandeveldeFollow […]

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
Optimizing Mitochondria with Algae, Sunlight and Chlorophyll with Catharine Arnston

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 60:50


Today's episode is proudly sponsored by Lifeboost Coffee. They provide premium, low acid, healthy coffee that is easy on your gut and 3rd party tested for mycotoxins, molds, heavy metals, plus 450+ toxins. It's a staple in my household. Hurry and grab your first order for 50% off here: www.LifeboostDeal.com   Today's episode is also proudly sponsored by Paleovalley and its 100% grass-fed beef and 100% pasture-raised turkey meat sticks, one of the choice snacks in my household. Hurry and grab yours from Paleovalley.com and be sure to use code JOCKERS at checkout for an extra 15% off!   If you've tried collagen for aging skin and haven't gotten the desired results... It's because most collagen is missing a critical ingredient. And without this “missing link,” collagen WILL NOT WORK. With this "missing link," you can turn loose, saggy skin –– into tight, glowing, younger-looking skin!   So what is that missing link I am talking about? VITAMIN C.   Of course, you may know Vitamin C as a powerful immune-boosting nutrient...   But did you know Vitamin C is a critical nutrient for anti-aging? You see, Vitamin C is the "glue" that holds collagen together in your body. And if you're low in Vitamin C, well, all of that collagen you're taking is pointless.   And here's the thing, not all Vitamin C supplements are created equal…   If you're taking Vitamin C in capsule or tablet form, you are missing out on key nutrients as they will simply pass through your body without being absorbed (you can thank your stomach acid for that).   However, our friends over at Purality Health have a patented formula that utilizes ‘MICELLE LIPOSOMAL' technology which delivers the nutrients into your bloodstream – proven to be 800% more efficient!   So, if your skin is looking older than you... And the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, sagging skin, and otherwise “old-looking” skin frustrates you…   Give Purality Health's Micelle Liposomal Vitamin C a try! A 180-day money-back guarantee backs it. And today, we have a 30% OFF coupon for you! Just visit puralityhealth.com and use the coupon DRJ to access 30% OFF your purchase today!   Do you know the most powerful superfoods on the planet? Catharine Arnston joins Dr. Jockers once again to talk about the super bits and the tremendous amount of nutrition that can be found from these tiny bits. Catharine is the Founder and CEO of ENERGYbits and an expert on the health benefits of algae. In this episode, she shares why she's passionate about educating people about spirulina and chlorella. She also talks about the different ways we can sustain our health and protect and nourish the mitochondria through the daily consumption of algae.   "The blue pigment in spirulina is a water-based pigment which has properties that prevent the growth of blood vessels to tumors. Whereas chlorophyll, which is the only pigment present in chlorella, is a fat-based pigment. All of your cell membranes are fat-based and require healthy fats." -Catharine Arnston   Subscribe to the podcast on: Apple Podcast Stitcher Spotify PodBean TuneIn Radio   In This Episode:   - Learn what algae is, the different types of algae, and their amazing benefits   - The important thing to consider for the mitochondria when it comes to algae production   - Understand the unique distinction between spirulina and chlorella   - Relevant reason why the mitochondria DNA is damaged or exposed to wear and tear   - Learn about the mitochondria and why it's the key to creating cellular energy   - Understand the relevance of the 37 DNA in the mitochondria to the 25,000 DNA in the body, and how to keep these 37 DNA healthy   - The result you can expect when spirulina and chlorella are taken together every day   Resources: - Purality Health – Use Code DRJ for 30% off - Paleovalley Beef Sticks – Use Code JOCKERS for 15% off - Lifeboost Coffee – Click the link for 50% off - Bits: algae tablets – Use code JOCKERS at checkout to save 20% Connect with Catharine Arnston:   - Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/energybits/ - Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/ENERGYbits/ - Twitter – https://twitter.com/energybits - Website – https://www.energybits.com/       Connect with Dr. Jockers:   - Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/drjockers/   - Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DrDavidJockers   - YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/djockers   - Website – https://drjockers.com/   - If you are interested in being a guest on the show, we would love to hear from you! Please contact us here! - https://drjockers.com/join-us-dr-jockers-functional-nutrition-podcast/

Fifth & Mission
Algae Bloom Killing Bay Fish by the Thousands

Fifth & Mission

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 18:40


Fish are going belly up around San Francisco Bay, including in Lake Merritt in Oakland. The water is turning an alarming brown. And people are being warned to limit their exposure to the bay as well. It's all due to a vast algae bloom first spotted last month near Alameda and spreading fast. What's behind the bloom? Is it related to climate change or the drought? When will it go away? Host Demian Bulwa is joined by Dave Senn of the San Francisco Estuary Institute and Keith Bouma-Gregson of the U.S. Geological Survey. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Carbotnic
Replacing Plastics with Algae - E111

Carbotnic

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 43:26


Great to chat with Kim Pendergrass, Co-Founder of Algeon Materials, a biotech materials start-up on a mission to fight climate change and reduce plastic pollution by creating plastic alternatives for leading brands! We discussed the properties of algae,  the importance of researching customers in the early days of the start-up, product validation, balancing biodegradability against material longevity and more!https://carbotnic.com/algeon Download Podcast Here: https://plinkhq.com/i/1518148418Remember, If you want to support the podcast please rate and review 5 stars on  Apple, Thanks so much! James

Energy Week
203 - Is it time to activate Nord Stream 2?

Energy Week

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 45:41


In a US first, California will pilot solar-panel canopies over canalshttps://electrek.co/2022/08/26/in-a-us-first-california-will-pilot-solar-panel-canopies-over-canals/- is this idea well thought through? WHat would the impact to the water be? chemical runoff? Algae growing? Earthquakes!!?- If all 4,000 miles of California's canals were covered with solar panels, that could produce 13 gigawatts of renewable power. A gigawatt is enough to power 750,000 homes, so that would be enough power for 9.75 million households.- This is in theory, not practice. Won't actually produce that much power.California Faces Long Road to End ICE Car Saleshttps://www.energyintel.com/00000182-db20-d868-a99b-dfb2ff8d0000- The plan was approved by the California Air Resources Board on Thursday and follows an executive order issued by Gov. Gavin Newsom in 2020.- who in the state even KNOWS who is on the California Air Resources Board? - Will this come up for referendum in California?- Big jump in EV purchases happened between 2020 and 2021- How will they power all of these? generators?Activate Nord Stream 2 ASAP, says German parliament vice presidenthttps://www.politico.eu/article/vice-president-of-the-german-parliament-calls-for-activation-of-nord-stream-2/- Activate Nord Stream 2 ASAP, says German parliament vice president- response from Ukraine: "addiction to Russian gas kills"- no sound reason not to open Nord Stream 2," because Germany is already getting gas through the older Russia-to-Germany Nord Stream pipeline. Getting "gas from Nord Stream 2 is no more immoral than from Nord Stream 1. It's just a different pipe," he said.Europe's carbon price hits new record as natural gas becomes scarcehttps://www.worldoil.com/news/2022/8/19/europe-s-carbon-price-hits-new-record-as-natural-gas-becomes-scarce/- Why doesn't Europe suspend the rule that forces power providers to buy carbon offsets?Canada says hydrogen better than LNG for German needshttps://www.reuters.com/business/energy/canada-says-hydrogen-better-than-lng-german-needs-2022-08-19/- is hydrogen a viable fuel here?- Canada wants to build LNG terminals to send natural gas from Alberta to Germany but the natural resources minister of Canada says hydrogen would be a better bet in the long run.Elon Musk Says World Needs More Oil and Gashttps://www.wsj.com/articles/elon-musk-says-world-needs-more-oil-and-gas-11661772916- "we should really keep going with nuclear plants."- Tesla needs base load capacity- Tesla as a business makes a lot of money selling carbon offsets.

Hudson Mohawk Magazine
Harmful Algae Blooms

Hudson Mohawk Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 10:00


Harmful Algae Blooms are becoming more and more common in upstate New York and throughout the country as pollution and sewage overflows combine with warming temperatures. Moses Nagel looked into the causes and some possible solutions for this summers' outbreaks. riverkeeper.org radixcenter.org

Everyday Wellness
Ep. 226 The Incredible Benefits of Algae, Chlorella and Spirulina with Dr. Catharine Arnston

Everyday Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 67:07


Today, I am honored to connect with Catharine Arnston, the Founder, CEO, and Chief Scientific Officer of ENERGYbits.  I was fortunate to have had the opportunity to meet Catharine in person this past July at KetoCon in Austin. Much of her work focuses on optimizing mitochondrial function and recognizing that mitochondria are pivotal to our metabolism, longevity, brain and gut health, sleep, digestion, and almost everything else.  In our conversation, we dive into what got Catharine passionate about algae. We speak about her transition from a corporate economic development role into a budding entrepreneur, the distinctions between micro and macroalgae, and the more than 100,000 studies that have been done- especially in Asia, that show algae are of the most alkaline and nutrient-dense foods available. We differentiate between spirulina and chlorella and explain their roles in our mitochondrial health. We also discuss how our stressful lifestyles impact our cellular health and talk about autophagy, red light therapy, immune function, and more. I hope you enjoy today's eye-opening discussion about the value of consuming microalgae daily. Stay tuned to find out what microalgae are and what they do to keep you healthy! IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: How an issue with her sister's health resulted in Catharine becoming passionate about algae as a food source. Algae is a food, not a supplement.  How do macroalgae differ from algae? Spirulina and chlorella are grown as fresh-water crops. So they contain no iodine. They also have no lectins or oxalates.  Catharine explains why algae are some of the most nutrient-dense foods available.  Why are algae critical for maintaining mitochondrial health? Consuming microalgae every day means you do not have to deteriorate as you age. What makes spirulina's absorption rate so high?  The health benefits of consuming chlorella. Catherine explains how spirulina and chlorella differ and work together synergistically. How does chlorella differ from activated charcoal? What are the benefits of having chlorophyll in your body when exposed to red light? Catharine unpacks the immune-supportive aspects of spirulina and chlorella. Spirulina and chlorella are keto-friendly, can be used when fasting intermittently, and are safe for people with diabetes.   Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Follow on Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website  Connect with Dr. Catharine Arnston On her website (Use the 20% discount code: CYNTHIATHURLOW On Facebook On Instagram (@energybits) On Twitter (@energybits)  Resources: Why Algae is a Food, Not a Supplement Article Algae Article Chlorophyll Article Collagen Article

News & Features | NET Radio
How groups monitor toxic algae in the absence of state testing

News & Features | NET Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 3:48


Blue-green algae appears in lakes all over the Midwest during the summers and can make both people and animals ill. Few states have routine testing programs to check for the toxic algae, but some local and volunteer groups are stepping in to fill that gap.

A Podcast About Catholic Things
Should Catholics Worry About Overpopulation?

A Podcast About Catholic Things

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 132:49


This week on A Podcast About Catholic Things, Eric (The Ambassador of Common Sense) and Dan (The Ambassador of Nonsense) the idea of overpopulation. Is it a myth? Ought Catholics to be more careful about the number of children they have? Are we, as Pope Francis alleges, breeding like rabbits? SHOULD we breed like rabbits? In current events, wildfires in Algeria and elsewhere. China opposes deal with Taiwan. Hong Kong freedom fighters get trials. Russia to shut down Nord Stream for 2 days. Algae is the cause of massive fish death in Germany and Poland. Nicaraguan police arrest bishop and threaten clergy about anti-Ortegaism. Monkeypox now in all 50 states. Dugong extinct in China. Two men found guilty in governor kidnapping case. Germany and France inaugurate the first hydrogen-powered trains. In the world of nonsense, old lady smuggles heroin. Yellowstone victim's foot found. Protons have giant quarks. In Bible Trivia, where was Jesus when he was tempted?

I'm Ready! A SpongePod SquareCast
Episode 129: SpongeBob SquarePants Season 3 Rankings

I'm Ready! A SpongePod SquareCast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 36:37


Ahoy mateys, Captain Eric here as we've finished our sail through the 3rd season of SpongeBob SquarePants, and it's time to rank every single episode from this season from The Algae's Always Greener to Pranks-A-Lot! SpongeBob Season 3 Tier List Maker: https://tiermaker.com/create/spongebobseason3-17681 If you would like to support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spongepod/support The Captain Eric YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ7sB5EK79oGZDuOnKjDuQA This Week In Nickelodeon History Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/7EJzKGeW46pVADutnsiJXf Captain Eric's Twitter: https://twitter.com/imreadypodcast Captain Eric's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spongebobpodcast/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/spongepod/message

The Thorne Podcast
New Approaches to Kids' Nutrition

The Thorne Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 42:53


Kids can be fussy at mealtime, but even when they eat the right foods, are they getting the right nutrients? Dr. Stephen Phipps, chief innovation officer at Thorne, joins the show to discuss ways to add nutrition to a picky eater's diet. During this episode you'll learn about: Stephen Phipps, from study of botanicals to on-the-ground practice [0:55] How children's nutrition needs differ from adults' [5:50] Helping the immune system learn; neurological development [7:18] Picky eaters might lack nutrients [8:56] Indoors pressure from blue light, screen time, and lack of vitamin D [11:30] The evolution of supplements for kids, from cod liver oil to sugary gummies and cereals [13:28] Changing attitudes to daily multivitamins for kids [15:56] What Daily Value means for nutrient intake [17:42] Choline for brain development [19:32] Algae: a vegan source for DHA [22:09] Questions from the community [24:49] Thorne's approach to a kids multivitamin: dissolvable discs How a kids multivitamin can build on the foundation of a diverse, healthy diet [29:48] Probiotic support for kids [33:10] What age to start giving children a multivitamin [36:30] Resources to topics mentioned in this episode: Tips to Help Kids Make Healthy Food Choices Helping Kids Manage Screen Time: 5 Tips for Parents How Probiotics Are Affecting Your Children Snack (Or Sip) Your Way to A Healthy Gut Why A Prenatal Supplement Is Important Before, During, and After Pregnancy Dissolvable Discs — An Easy And Eco-Friendly Way to Optimize Your Health and Wellness* Subscribe To More Content Make sure to never miss an episode by subscribing to the show on your podcast app. You can also learn more about what we talked about by visiting Thorne.com and checking out the latest news, videos, and stories on Thorne's Take 5 Daily blog. * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Elemental Evan
Replace Half Of Your Supplements With This One Food. Featuring Catharine Arnston

Elemental Evan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 81:11


https://www.energybits.com (Get ENERGYbits here and use code ELEMENTAL at checkout for 20% off!) https://www.instagram.com/energybits/?hl=en (Follow ENERGYbits on Instagram) Replace Half Of Your Supplements With This One Food. Featuring Catharine Arnston On this week's Wellness Wednesday episode Evan welcomes Catharine Arnston onto the show. Catharine is the Founder/CEO and Chief Scientific Officer of her company ENERGYbits. In this episode, Catharine and Evan discuss topics such as: What types of algae are key to your longevity? What are algae? Why are algae beneficial for your health? How algae benefit the health of your mitochondria. How algae can replace most of your supplements. Why algae should be consumed daily by everyone. Catharine is a trailblazer on all things algae here in the U.S. whereas traditionally most of the knowledge and research has been primarily found in Asia. Catharine has made it her mission to bridge the gap between scientific research on algae and the public by providing digestible information to the masses and by providing high-quality algae tablets at an affordable price. Get out your notebooks for this episode as Catharine is going to expand your knowledge on one of the most incredible superfoods in the world! Disclaimer: This podcast is for educational purposes only, it is not a substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified medical professional. Evan Roberts is not a medical professional and this podcast is provided on the understanding that it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services. Statements and views expressed on this show are not medical advice, this podcast, including Evan Roberts and any guests on the show, disclaims responsibility for any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained in this episode. If you think you have a medical problem please consult a medical professional. References: https://visuals.energybits.com/articles/why-algae-is-a-food-not-a-supplement.pdf (Why algae is a FOOD not a supplement) https://visuals.energybits.com/media/collagen-article.pdf (Algae for Mitochondria Health and Longevity) https://visuals.energybits.com/presentations/pdf/energybits-algae-introduction-immune-and-nutrition-support.pdf (Immune Health with algae) https://visuals.energybits.com/articles/algae-helps-prevent-aging-and-disease.pdf (Prevent Aging and disease with algae) https://visuals.energybits.com/articles/save-the-planet-save-your-health-eat-algae.pdf (Save the Planet, Eat Algae) https://visuals.energybits.com/media/pdf/catharine-arnston-media-introduction.pdf (Founder Bio) https://visuals.energybits.com/quotes/pdf/energybits-quotes-from-wellness-professionals.pdf (Testimonials) https://glnk.io/y7z/evan (Organifi Superfood Drink Powders (ELEMENTALEVAN for 20% off)) https://www.elementalevan.com/offers/kELRzZdF/checkout (Elemental 7-Day Health Reset) https://alitura.com/?rfsn=6208164.480e5e (Alitura Skin Care with truly all natural ingredients (ELEMENTAL15 for 15% off your first order)) https://www.instagram.com/elemental_evan/ (Elemental Evan Instagram) https://www.facebook.com/ElementalEvan/?ref=pages_you_manage (Elemental Evan Facebook) Schedule a health history for 1:1 coaching with Evan Email: elemental.evanhw@gmail.com https://www.elementalevan.com/ (Elemental Evan Website) https://www.elementalevan.com/offers/2zSfAKry (Introduction to Breath Work Course) http://shrsl.com/1ugne-1s5f-qtj7 (Seed Daily Synbiotic (Prebiotic & Probiotic) Use code ELEMENTALEVAN15) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1d9G5VKdfyZVhPH0ua1AKg (Elemental Evan Youtube Page)

Santa Cruz Naturalist
An Appetite for Algae: Part 2

Santa Cruz Naturalist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 3:41


In this second-parter interview with Sarah Mastroni, we learn more about the red algae responsible for lowering methane emissions from dairy cows.

(don't) Waste Water!
S6E21 - The Truth About Green Algae

(don't) Waste Water!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 0:57


Green Algae will become your best friends! Wastewater treatment's workhorse, the activated sludge process, was invented in 1914, and he looks his age, honestly.  Sure, it's an effective way to clean wastewater, but it involves a lot of energy: the needed blowers alone account for about 4% of our energy use! This makes for the substantial carbon impact of wastewater treatment, well, this and the various gases this open-air process releases, ranging from nitrous oxides to methane.  But what if we skipped wastewater treatment altogether and directly rejected raw wastewater into rivers? That would probably kill a lot of the beautiful ecosystems we know but would also trigger green algae blooms. Those are clearly a sign of bad shape when noticed in nature. But what if we could domesticate them and harness their power? Well, we would have a treatment process that needs tremendously less energy to operate, that can be leveraged to produce biogas and be at least carbon neutral, if not positive. See, I told you that Green Algae will become your Best Friends! Wanna dive deeper? Check out my full conversation with Cesar Narvaez, CEO and Founder of NXO Engineering! 

You Lost Me at Namaste
Free Live Wellness Webinar With The LifeCo Founder From Bodrum Turkey

You Lost Me at Namaste

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 6:38


Hello Friends! I wanted to share an exciting webinar I am doing with Ersin Pamuksuzer, the Founder of the world renowned detox and wellness center, The LifeCo. For those of you not familiar with The Lifeco, its a wonderful detox resort located in Bodrum and Phuket. It has consistently won awards as the top detox center in the world. It's also where I met Kate Moss and occasionally hold transformational retreats. Basically it is the place you go when you want to show yourself some love and clean up your body mind and soul. We will be broadcasting live from Bodrum Turkey on Monday but it will also be recorded so you can watch later. We are introducing their newest wellness resource called WellTogether. Here is the link. I hope you enjoy it and please share with anyone you feel would benefit from it! The more love we share the better we all will be. https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cR0hDObcSxeNhRnf0BknXQ (https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_cR0hDObcSxeNhRnf0BknXQ) Namaste, Michelle Resources: Host Michelle Schoenfeld https://www.michelleschoenfeld.com/ (https://www.michelleschoenfeld.com) The LifeCo https://www.thelifeco.com/en/centers/the-lifeco-bodrum-wellness-retreat/ (https://www.thelifeco.com/en/centers/the-lifeco-bodrum-wellness-retreat/) Upcoming Events Michelle's October 2023 Bali Retreat date TBD, please email me to be in the list for more info. Coming to Turkey, Washington, DC or San Antonio Texas and want to be part of my live show or studio audience? Shoot me a message or send me a pitch. Michelle@MichelleSchoenfeld.com  Written and Produced by Michelle Schoenfeld Original Score by Bryce Cashman Sound Engineer and Technical Consultant, Dan Letchinger PROMOs and Discounts: Alcohol Free Wine Try Surely crisp and refreshing alcohol-free wine, made from California premium grapes. Click the link and use code[ NAMASTE] to save 15%!   https://www.hisurely.com/?dt_id=34988 (https://www.hisurely.com/?dt_id=34988) Keto, vegan, and gluten-free friendly! Plus it's low sugar and tastes GREAT! Algae Detox Supplements: If you want to try spirolina/ Algae for detox and more energy, go to https://www.energybits.com/ (https://www.energybits.com/) and use code NAMASTE at checkout to save 20%. SUJU Juice: Code : DRINKPLANTS to save 10%. https://www.sujajuice.com/ (https://www.sujajuice.com/) You are worthy, you are enough, and you were born to be happy. ~ namaste In addition to being a wellness expert and spiritual teacher, I also cover: best tips on, meditation, happiness, sound bath, healing crystals, how to manifest, best new podcast, abundance, best retreat, holistic, CBD, how to find self love, love, reiki, astrology, acupuncture, Ayurvedic, yoga, CBD health benefits, The Law of attraction, vegan, how to balance your chakras, spiritual awakening, spirit guides, what is a Lightworker, Starseed, Tantra, Tantric sex, kundalini, EFT, Tapping, what is an empath, eastern medicine, wellbeing, best detox, juice cleanse, sound bath, Dosha, and shadow work.

The Flipping 50 Show
The Importance of Mitochondria | Energy, Heath, and Longevity

The Flipping 50 Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 69:33 Very Popular


In this episode we unpack the importance of mitochondria.  Inside you lies something so important it controls your energy, health, and longevity.  Mitochondria, I was taught back in 1984 as a sophomore in Kinesiology, are responsible for energy production.  Science has discovered that disease and aging is controlled by our mitochondria DNA. But the trillions of mitochondria in our cells do far more than generate ATP energy. They also control all our health, cell signaling, metabolism, longevity, brain, gut, energy, sleep, digestion and well everything. Sadly, as you age, you have fewer mitochondria and the ones that stick around get damaged or die from toxins and poor dietary/lifestyle choices. These mutated mitochondria DNA cause cellular damage, aging and disease. Fortunately you can reverse this downward spiral with the help of spirulina and chlorella algae. Catharine explains the science of how algae effortlessly protects your mitochondria… and thus your life. My Guest:  Catharine Arnston is the Founder/CEO/Chief Scientific Officer of ENERGYbits® and expert in algae for wellness, nutrition, beauty, biohacking, mitochondria and longevity. She is a nationally recognized thought-leader, seasoned corporate executive, experienced entrepreneur and sought-after speaker. Catharine has an MBA, BA and is a Board-Certified Health Coach. Catharine's journey into the fascinating world of algae began in 2008 when her younger sister was diagnosed with breast cancer and advised by her oncologist that an alkaline diet would improve her healing. Catharine left her 25-year corporate career to help her sister identify which foods were alkaline which led her to discovering algae - the most alkaline, chlorophyll-rich, high-protein, nutrient-dense food in the world. Algae's Healing Properties When Catharine learned that algae's vast healing properties were documented in tens of thousands of scientific studies but that none of these studies or algae's benefits were known outside of Asia, she knew she needed to do something. And so ENERGYbits® was born,Catharine has spent the last twelve years researching algae, writing papers, giving presentations, lecturing at conferences, and speaking on 250+ podcasts to explain the benefits of algae. To do this, she has read thousands of scientific papers that validated, and confirmed algae's extensive nutritional, health, mitochondria, longevity, beauty, brain, performance and sustainability benefits. Remarkably none of this science is known by consumers outside Asia. It is Catharine's vision and passion to change this and while she is not a Ph.D., her scientific fluency allows her to explain algae with such simplicity and clarity, it quickly becomes obvious why algae is something we all urgently need. Even the United Nations and NASA endorse algae as the most nutrient-dense food in the world and the answer to world hunger. Questions we answer in this episode:  How was it discovered that algae and chlorella could help with the mitochondrial decline and damage?  How do spirulina and chlorella algae protect and restore the mitochondria? What if any negative interactions or risks are there for women- for instance with thyroid issues - what should women on thyroid medication be asking or aware of?  Why are ENERGYbits algae tablets far superior at protecting health and mitochondria than other less expensive algae brands in Costco or Whole Foods? 36:03 What do you say to those women who feel like the kitchen counter or cabinet has become a pharmacy? No one likes to take supplements. We're a society of immediate gratification, how long does it take to feel a difference in energy? Try Energy Bits for Yourself:  https://www.flippingfifty.com/energybits Code: Debra (20% discount for you listener!)  Do a 30 day challenge with me? I started mine August 11. I'll report after 30 days!  Resources Mentioned:  Mitochondria blog at energybits.com: https://www.energybits.com/blog/protect-your-mitochondria-and-longevity-with-algae%EF%BF%BC/ FOLLOW ON SOCIAL: @beautybits @energybits

Nutrition Without Compromise
Marjorie Alexander's A Sustainable Mind - Episode 099: Algae Omega-3 from Iceland As A Regenerative Nutrition Source for All People

Nutrition Without Compromise

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 58:51


Corinna Bellizzi, MBA is a natural products industry executive and omega-3 expert who pioneered the growth of Nordic Naturals from less than $1 million to over $100 million in annual sales. Given her concern for the future health of people and the planet, she shifted her focus from fish-sourced omegas to algae in 2016. An activist at heart, she launched her podcast, Care More Be Better, in 2021 to cover social and ecological issues that affect us all. Today she leads Orlo Nutrition, a new brand that features the world's first carbon-negative omega-3s. She hosts a new podcast, Nutrition Without Compromise, to support that effort. She covers health topics without compromising your ethics, or the health of our home planet.Top 10 Sustainability Podcasts: https://sustainabilitymag.com/top10/top-10-podcasts-to-help-you-understand-sustainabilityIn this episode Marjorie and Corinna discuss:What it takes to create the world's first carbon-negative Omega-3What role Omega-3 play in the body and why they are so essential to overall healthThe benefits of algae-based Omega 3's over traditional fish-based productsAdvice for entrepreneurs looking to get into the sustainable or plant-based product spaceCorinna's two podcasts, Nutrition Without Compromise and Care More Be Betterhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nutrition-without-compromise/id1613989068https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/care-more-be-better-social-impact-sustainability-regeneration/id1548757282Resources mentioned in today's episode:TheCarbonUnderground.org – regenerative agricultureRegeneration.org – Project Regeneration from Paul Hawken and “punchlist” pageEat to Beat Disease by Dr. William Li (publisher link)AirProtein.com – Meat made from Air, based in Walnut CreekConnect with Corinna and the Orlo Nutrition Team:Orlo on Facebook: facebook.com/orlonutritionOrlo on Facebook: instagram.com/orlonutritionOrlo on Facebook: twitter.com/orlonutritionOrlo on TikTok: tiktok.com/@orlonutritionParent company of Orlo: linkedin.com/company/vaxa-technologies-ltd/mycompany/Corinna on LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/cbellizziCorinna on Instagram: instagram.com/caremore.bebetterCorinna on TikTok: tiktok.com/@corinnabellizziConnect with Marjorie Alexander:Instagram: Instagram.com/asustainablemind/Twitter: Twitter.com/SustainableMindFacebook: Facebook.com/asustainablemind/Website: ASustainableMind.com

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 2 | It's Actually Pronounced... @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 34:43


Dinah's Fried Chicken – Glendale / Six Flags Raising Prices Flex Alert today / Vassegh Slide / Water Warning Algae Blooms// Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie// Chris Little – Karla Marquez is a grandmother / Castaic Fire / Pronunciations of Cities

Where We Grow from Here
The Algae Carbon Solution: A conversation with Brilliant Planet and Union Square Ventures

Where We Grow from Here

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 39:33


S2G Managing Director, Larsen Mettler, sits down with Brilliant Planet CEO Adam Taylor and chief scientist and cofounder Raffael Jovine, as well as John Butrick, partner at Union Square Ventures which led the company's series A, to discuss Brilliant Planet's algae-based climate solution and the funding needed to support these types of innovations. The conversation covers everything from the technology to the potential for generating quality carbon credits, what it will take to scale these operations and why venture capital is needed to back innovative solutions. Download the 8 Trends Critical to a Blue Economy Report here: https://www.s2gventures.com/reports

Talking Pools Podcast
Houston, we have a mustard algae problem

Talking Pools Podcast

Play Episode Play 36 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 51:23 Very Popular


This is the one where Rudy & Andrea investigate the larger than typical mustard algae problem pool professionals are facing in Houston, Texas. Take our 2-minute listener survey! Help us to provide you with more of the content you want to hear. Take our quick 2-minute survey!NC Pro Training FREE online/virtual training with NC Brands!BLUERAY XL The real mineral purifier! Reduce your pool maintenance costs & efforts by 50%AquaStar Pool Products The Global Leader in Safety, Dependability, & Innovation in Pool Technology.BLUERAY XL The real mineral purifier! Reduce your pool maintenance costs & efforts by 50%Buy Rudy & Andrea a cup of coffee Support the Talking Pools Podcast with Rudy & Andrea ☕Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show

Talking Pools Podcast
CPO: Chemical Testing

Talking Pools Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 26:52 Very Popular


This is the one where Rudy discussed the DOH required water tests and the responsibility of both the facility operator and pool service companies.The Jordan Harbinger ShowApple Best of 2018-Learn the stories, secrets & skills of the world's most fascinating pplListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Take our 2-minute listener survey! Help us to provide you with more of the content you want to hear. Take our quick 2-minute survey!the 'How to Get Rid of Algae' handbook The most comprehensive guide on algae prevention and remediation you will ever own. Online Pool Classes The difference between you and your competition is what you know!CPO Certification Classes Attend your CPO class with Rudy Stankowitz!Support the show

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 08.11.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 55:13


VIDEOS: Bernie Turns Pro-War & Votes To Expand NATO – Jimmy Dore Ukrainian Terrorism: Firing Munitions Containing Petal Mines On Donbass Orphanage, Another War Crime  The moral roots of liberals and conservatives – Jonathan Haidt   HEALTH NEWS Vitamin K protects cells 3 grams of fresh salmon does wonders for high blood pressure, study reveals Physical activity stimulates the generation of new heart muscle cells in aged mice The Human Mind Is Not Meant to Be Awake After Midnight, Scientists Warn Social Isolation, Loneliness Raise Risk Of Death From Heart Attack Or Stroke By Nearly A Third Mushrooms of the Far East hold promise for the anti-cancer therapy Vitamin K protects cells Helmholtz Zentrum München (Germany), August 5 2022 An article appearing  in Nature reported that the reduced form of vitamin K has an antioxidant effect that inhibits cell death caused by ferroptosis: an iron-dependent type of programmed cell death characterized by the oxidative destruction of cell membranes. “We identified that vitamin K, including phylloquinone (vitamin K1) and menaquinone-4 (vitamin K2), is able to efficiently rescue cells and tissues from undergoing ferroptosis,” first author Eikan Mishima announced. Ferroptosis has been implicated in Alzheimer disease and other disorders. “Ferroptosis, a non-apoptotic form of cell death marked by iron-dependent lipid peroxidation, has a key role in organ injury, degenerative disease and vulnerability of therapy-resistant cancers,” the authors explained. “Here we show that the fully reduced forms of vitamin K—a group of naphthoquinones that includes menaquinone and phylloquinone—confer a strong anti-ferroptotic function, in addition to the conventional function linked to blood clotting.” In the current investigation, they determined that the fully reduced form of vitamin K (vitamin K hydroquinone) is a strong antioxidant and prevents ferroptosis. “The reduced forms of Vitamin K and coenzyme Q10 are not very stable, so our finding that FSP1 can maintain them in their active (reduced) state is key to understanding how they are able to function to maintain cell viability,” coauthor Derek A. Pratt stated.  The team found that vitamin E and three forms of vitamin K— phylloquinone, menaquinone-4 (MK4) and menadione (vitamin K3)—rescued cells that were genetically modified to undergo ferroptosis.  3 grams of fresh salmon does wonders for high blood pressure, study reveals Macau University of Science and Technology (China), August 9, 2022 Omega-3 carries many health benefits, and a new review suggests eating three grams of it per day is enough to lower your blood pressure. The findings include omega-3 fatty acids obtained from food or dietary supplements. “According to our research, the average adult may have a modest blood pressure reduction from consuming about 3 grams a day of these fatty acids,” says Xinzhi Li, MD, PhD, assistant professor and program director of the School of Pharmacy at Macau University of Science and Technology in China. The average fish oil supplement carries an average of 300 mg of omega-3 per pill. A four to five-ounce Atlantic salmon carries about three grams of omega-3 fatty acids. “Most of the studies reported on fish oil supplements rather than on EPA and DHA omega-3s consumed in food, which suggests supplements may be an alternative for those who cannot eat fatty fish such as salmon regularly,” explains Dr. Li. “Algae supplements with EPA and DHA fatty acids are also an option for people who do not consume fish or other animal products.” The National Institutes of Health recommends 1.1 to 1.6 grams of omega-3 fatty acids daily. The American Heart Association advises getting some of your omega-3 intake through two servings of three to four ounces of cooked fish per week. The review combed through the data from 71 clinical trials studying the relationship between blood pressure and the omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA in adults with or without high blood pressure or cholesterol disorders.  High blood pressure was lower in people who ate between two and three grams of combined DHA and EPA omega-3 fatty acids daily than adults who did not. Eating more than three grams of omega-3s made a tremendous difference in adults with high blood pressure or high blood lipids. With three grams of daily omega-3s, the average blood pressure in people with hypertension decreased about 4.5 mm/Hg. Those without high blood pressure saw their blood pressure drop by 2.0 mm/Hg. Eating five grams of omega-3s lowered the blood pressure by nearly 4.0 mm/Hg for people with hypertension. Those without high blood pressure who ate five daily grams of omega-3s saw an average decrease of less than 1.0 mm/Hg. Physical activity stimulates the generation of new heart muscle cells in aged mice Heidelberg University (Germany), August 8, 2022 Can physical activity support the generation of heart muscle cells (cardiomyocytes) even in aged animals? Researchers at Heidelberg University Hospital (UKHD) together with a team of international collaborators demonstrated positive effects on the formation of new heart muscle cells (cardiomyogenesis) in aged mice and investigated the underlying cellular and molecular mechanisms. The current research results have been published in the journal Circulation. The heart of adult mammals has a very limited ability to generate new cardiomyocytes. With aging, this capacity continues to decrease, while at the same time the risk of cardiovascular disease increases. Dr. Carolin Lerchenmüller, head of the Cardiac Remodeling and Regeneration research group in the Department of Cardiology, Angiology and Pneumology at the UKHD, and her team have found evidence that physical activity stimulates the new formation of heart muscle cells in aging mice. The researchers found that the calculated annual rate of newly generated heart muscle cells in the “exercising” group of older mice was 2.3 percent. In contrast, there were no new heart muscle cells in the “sedentary” control group. A previous study with young animals had already shown that mice had a calculated annual rate of 7.5 percent new heart muscle cells through exercise, compared to 1.63 percent in the corresponding “sedentary” control group. The Human Mind Is Not Meant to Be Awake After Midnight, Scientists Warn  Harvard University, August 4, 2022 In the middle of the night, the world can sometimes feel like a dark place. Under the cover of darkness, negative thoughts have a way of drifting through your mind, and as you lie awake, staring at the ceiling, you might start craving guilty pleasures, like a cigarette or a carb-heavy meal. Plenty of evidence suggests the human mind functions differently if it is awake at nighttime. Past midnight, negative emotions tend to draw our attention more than positive ones, dangerous ideas grow in appeal and inhibitions fall away. A new paper summarizes the evidence of how brain systems function differently after dark. Their hypothesis, called ‘Mind After Midnight', suggests the human body and the human mind follow a natural 24-hour cycle of activity that influences our emotions and behavior. In short, at certain hours, our species is inclined to feel and act in certain ways. In the daytime, for instance, molecular levels and brain activity are tuned to wakefulness. But at night, our usual behavior is to sleep. According to the researchers, to cope with this increased risk, our attention to negative stimuli is unusually heightened at night. Where it might once have helped us jump at invisible threats, this hyper-focus on the negative can then feed into an altered reward/motivation system, making a person particularly prone to risky behaviors. Add sleep loss to the equation, and this state of consciousness only becomes more problematic. The authors of the new hypothesis use two examples to illustrate their point. The first example is of a heroin user who successfully manages their cravings in the day but succumbs to their desires at night. The second is of a college student struggling with insomnia, who begins to feel a sense of hopelessness, loneliness and despair as the sleepless nights stack up. Both scenarios can ultimately prove fatal. Suicide and self-harm are very common at nighttime. In fact, some research reports a three-fold higher risk of suicide between midnight and 6:00 am compared to any other time of day. A study in 2020 concluded that nocturnal wakefulness is a suicide risk factor, “possibly through misalignment of circadian rhythms.” Social Isolation, Loneliness Raise Risk Of Death From Heart Attack Or Stroke By Nearly A Third University of California, San Diego, August 9, 2022 Loneliness increases the risk of cardiovascular disease by almost a third, according to new research. Socially isolated individuals are about 30 percent more likely to suffer a stroke or heart attack — death from either. Scientists at the University of California, San Diego also identified a lack of information on interventions that may boost the health of vulnerable individuals. The findings are based on data pooled from studies across the world over the past 40 years. “Over four decades of research has clearly demonstrated social isolation and loneliness are both associated with adverse health outcomes,” says lead author Dr. Crystal Wiley Cené, a professor of clinical medicine and chief administrative officer for health equity, diversity and inclusion at the school, in a statement. “Given the prevalence of social disconnectedness across the U.S., the public health impact is quite significant.” Risk increases with age due to life factors, such as widowhood and retirement. But the problem is increasingly affecting young people. The study finds social isolation and and loneliness increase the risk of death from heart disease or stroke by 29 and 32 percent, respectively. People with heart disease who were socially isolated had a two to threefold increase in death during a six-year follow-up study. Socially isolated adults with three or fewer social contacts a month were up to 40 percent more likely to suffer recurrent strokes or heart attacks. In addition, five year heart failure survival rates were 60 and 62 percent lower for those who were socially isolated or both socially isolated and clinically depressed, respectively. Isolation and loneliness are associated with elevated inflammatory markers, increasing symptoms of chronic stress. It becomes a vicious circle. Depression may lead to social isolation, and social isolation may increase the likelihood of experiencing depression. Social isolation during childhood can even lead to cardiovascular disease in adulthood, increasing the risk of obesity, high blood pressure and raised blood glucose levels. Mushrooms of the Far East hold promise for the anti-cancer therapy Far Eastern Federal University (Russia) & University of Lausanne (France), August 3, 2022 Mushrooms from the Far East area contain the natural chemical compounds, which could be used for the design of the novel drugs with highly specific anti-tumor activities and low-toxicity. These compounds may offer new avenues for oncology, providing us with either stand-alone alternatives to chemotherapy, chemopreventive medicines, or drugs to be used in combination with other therapies. The international team of scientists from the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU), University of Lausanne, and Federal Scientific Center of the East Asia Terrestrial Biodiversity FEB RAS describes the available body of research on four fungi species with high anti-cancer potential. The article is published in Oncotarget and contains the list of tumors, which were reported to be promising targets of the fungal compounds. Among them sarcoma, leukemia, rectum and colon cancer, stomach cancer, liver cancer, colon carcinoma and others. For the purpose of the current study scientists chose mushrooms widely used in Asian and Far Eastern folk medicine: Fomitopsis pinicola (conk), Hericium erinaceus (Lion's mane), Inonotus obliquus (Chaga), and Trametes versicolor (polypore). Each is also indigenous to North America. These species of fungi were shown to selectively target certain malignant tumors. The desired effect is achieved thanks to the various bioactive compounds contained in the mushrooms: polyphenols, polysaccharides, glucans, terpenoids, steroids, cerebrosides, and proteins. These substances are not only capable to hit different critical targets within cancer cells levels but also in certain cases to synergistically boost the chemo. Scientists emphasize that four species of fungi were chosen due to the fact that their medicinal properties are relatively well described. Some of them are already actively used for the anti-cancer drugs manufacturing in certain countires. Undoubtedly, there are many other species of fungi that contain chemical compounds to defeat cancer cells. The scientists hope that the high potential of the fungi for the anti-cancer therapy showcased in their article will encourage the further research at the junction of oncology and mycology. Currently in the laboratories of the School of Biomedicine (FEFU) led by Vladimir Katanaev and Alexander Kagansky,the new experiments are conducted to reveal the anti-cancer activities of the mushrooms extracts. This work is aimed at creating the new generation of highly specific low-toxic drugs, which could be specifically targeted on different tumor types.

Struggle To Strength Podcast
Health Benefits of Algae & Combatting Climate Change with ENERGYbits CEO Catherine Arnston

Struggle To Strength Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 62:25


EPISODE 84: Want to improve your athletic performance and recovery? Want to help save the planet and combat climate change at the same time? Founder and CEO of ENERGYbits Catherine Arnston joins the boys this week to discuss the power of algae, the benefits of an alkaline diet, and the difference between spirulina and chlorella and what they do in the body. After her sister's cancer diagnosis, Catharine was sent down the path of researching alkaline foods and ultimately discovered algae. After realizing the tremendous impact algae can have on our health, she ultimately started the company ENERGYbits, where she offers algae products in supplement form. Catharine shares her knowledge about two types of freshwater algae, spirulina and chlorella, and how they both work to provide energy, detox the body on a cellular level, and provide the body with much-needed nourishment to heal itself and thrive. Visit ENERGYbits: www.energybits.com *** Save 20% off any ENERGYbits algae products with our code: STRENGTHPOD Episode links: ENERGYbits on Instagram ENERGYbits Facebook Page ENERGYbits on Twitter ENERGYbits website Catherine Arnston on Twitter Catherine Arnston on LinkedIn Where to find us: Show Hosts: @joshlevinefitness & @travishawkesmedia - CONTACT FOR COACHING & MEDIA! Podcast Producer: @james_lohan - CONTACT FOR PODCAST PRODUCTION! Help us grow the show - Sub, Rate, and Review on Apple Podcasts! Watch The Video Pod On Youtube! - Struggle To Strength Youtube Channel Follow the Podcast on social for even more content! - Struggle To Strength Instagram

Marni on the Move
245: EnergyBITS Founder, CEO, & Chief Science Officer, Catharine Arnston Offers An Inside Look Into The Health & Wellness Benefits Of Algae Including Its Mitochondria Boosting, Muscle Building, Detoxifying & Anti-Inflammatory Properties

Marni on the Move

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 62:05


Today on the Marni On The Move podcast we are doing a deep dive into the health and nutrition benefits of Algae with EnergyBits Founder, CEO, Chief Science Officer, Catharine Arnston.  Catharine is THE expert when it comes to algae for wellness, nutrition, beauty, biohacking, mitochondria and longevity. She is a nationally recognized thought-leader, seasoned corporate executive, experienced entrepreneur, a sought-after speaker and a Board-Certified Health Coach. In 2008, when her younger sister was diagnosed with breast cancer and advised by her oncologist that an alkaline diet would improve her healing. Catharine left her 25-year corporate career to help her sister identify which foods were alkaline which led her to discovering algae - the most alkaline, chlorophyll-rich, high-protein, nutrient-dense food in the world. During our conversation Catharine shares the story on how EnergyBITS was born, her entrepreneurial journey, and the many eye-opening discoveries she made along the way.  Extremely passionate about the many healing and nutritional powers of Algae, Catharine offers great insight into the benefits of Chlorella and Spirulina and why you should add them to your daily wellness routine, how to identify safe products, and the overall history of Algae. Catharine has spent the last twelve years researching algae, writing papers, giving presentations, lecturing at conferences, and speaking on 250+ podcasts to explain the benefits of algae. CONNECT EnergyBits on Instagram Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify OFFERS InsideTracker: Get 20% percent off today at InsideTracker.com/marnionthemove EnergyBITS: Get 20% off today with our code MOTM at EnergyBITS.com SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news!