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    Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
    2041: The Value of All-Day Workouts, Ways to Increase the Effectiveness of a Bulk, What to Do if Lifting Heavy Scares You & More (Listener Live Coaching)

    Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2023 88:34


    In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin coach four Pump Heads via Zoom. Mind Pump Fit Tip: CBD, especially full spectrum hemp oil, might actually be a good pre-workout! (2:44) Money and happiness. (18:04) Men and women are wired differently. (32:44) The fun cognitive leaps in kids. (36:29) The growing prevalence of autoimmune issues and their connection to your mind/body. (40:14) Check out Mind Pump Park City. (49:45) Shout out to Dr. Will Cole. (51:35) #ListenerLive question #1 - How crucial is it to follow the allotted rest periods when your workouts continue to get interrupted? (52:37) #ListenerLive question #2 - What are some ways to make your bulks more effective? (1:02:51) #ListenerLive question #3 - How can I manage my training & diet to see some muscle mass growth while maintaining my ability to compete in Spartan races? (1:09:20) #ListenerLive question #4 - How can I get more comfortable lifting heavy? (1:15:34) Related Links/Products Mentioned Ask a question to Mind Pump, live! Email: live@mindpumpmedia.com Visit NED for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Mind Pump Rentals – Utah Property March Promotion: “Time-crunch Bundle” (MAPS 15 Minutes, MAPS Anywhere, MAPS Prime + Eat for Performance eBook ALL for only $99.99!! CBD (Cannabidiol) Market Size to Reach USD 47.22 Billion by 2028 - Increased Demand for CBD (Cannabidiol) for Health and Wellness Purposes to Drive Market – Vantage Market Research Marijuana with a side of ibuprofen: Buzz-killing Rx for Alzheimer's? Money's effect on happiness stops at half a million dollars | Fortune Dave Ramsey Says These Are the Top 5 Careers of Millionaires A key brain region responds to faces similarly in infants and adults Mind Pump #2035: Why Diets Always Fail With Dr. Will Cole Eating disorders may be contagious: study Mind Pump #1030: Dr. Roy Vongtama Visit Organifi for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP at checkout** Health Effects of a Diet that Mimics Fasting What Is a Fast-Mimicking Diet, and How Does It Work? Mind Pump #1952: How To Bulk The Right Way MAPS O.C.R.   Mind Pump #2030: Mind Pump Trainer Highlight- Braydon Barrett MAPS Powerlift Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Dr. John Delony (@johndelony)  Instagram Arthur Brooks (@arthurcbrooks) Instagram Dr. Will Cole (@drwillcole) Instagram Roy Vongtama MD (@doctorroyv) Instagram Mind Pump Rentals (@mindpumprentals) Instagram Grace Barga (@gracebarga) Instagram Braydon Barrett (@looklikeyoulift) Instagram  

    The Life Stylist
    A Wizard of Science on Brain Health, Oxygen Water & Superhuman Strength w/ Ian Mitchell #465

    The Life Stylist

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2023 123:01


    Over the past decade, today's guest Ian Mitchell has developed a series of novel therapeutics using lipoic conjugates and holds multiple patents across the host of different scientific disciplines, such as nanomedicine and materials science. He holds joint patents with the University of Tulsa for personalized cancer screening technology and personalized cell culture media for both laboratory and clinical settings, an antiviral therapeutic and recently developed the first viable gamma ray shielding system for use on spacecraft and in space habitats, as well as a carbon negative concrete to inhibit greenhouse gas proliferation. He's also the lead scientist at Wizard Sciences, Polymath in residence at Ecliptic Capital, and Scientific Advisor for Lila Quantum.  In this third conversation on the podcast, we talk about a number of brain bending topics, such as my recent visit to his mind-blowing lab out in Tulsa and the stuff we saw there, like his fireproofing technology, oxygen water, carbon negative concrete, and the really crazy hyperbaric oxygen chamber he built by himself. We talk in depth about something called C60, which can help with free radical damage from EMF. Ian shares his take on global warming, biohacking supplements that are actually needle movers, and advice for earthing and grounding.  We also spend some time talking about his innovative treatments for dementia, why he thinks Alzheimer's is totally treatable, and he explains how scientists are making strides on age regression. We talk about why he finally created his own brand Wizard Sciences, and precisely why these products, Wizard Water, Neural Rx, Olympic Rx, and Vortex Rx, are so damn effective. Needless to say, Ian is a brainiac of the highest order. But what I really like about him and the many conversations we've shared is that he also has a huge heart. And that, my friends, is a great combination for any human being. Finally, Ian makes some of my very favorite, most unique products. If you're interested in trying them out, go to lukestorey.com/wizardsciences and use the code LUKE for 20% off at checkout. DISCLAIMER: This podcast is presented for educational and exploratory purposes only. Published content is not intended to be used for diagnosing or treating any illness. Those responsible for this show disclaim responsibility for any possible adverse effects from the use of information presented by Luke or his guests. Please consult with your healthcare provider before using any products referenced. This podcast may contain paid endorsements for products or services. 00:05:16 — Inside the Weird Sciences Lab & Environmental Awareness  Luke's visit to the headquarters of Wizard Sciences Cool gama shielding products & other amazing inventions Ian's created Ian's most embarrassing professional fail Two things that really impact adoption of a new product Why people really should care about EMFs & other factors invisibly affecting our physiology Is global warming really a thing? Bearing the responsibility of developing technology that has the potential to be weaponized 00:29:58 — Engineering Innovative Formulas & Biohacking Needle Movers  How Ian uses the hyperbaric oxygen tank in his lab Benefits of Wizard Water 165. Deuterium Depletion: The Most Powerful Health Hack You've Never Heard Of With Dr. Que Collins & Dr. László Boro Which biohacking habits are really needle movers? The mechanism of action in Olympic Rx Vortex Rx pet formula Nootopia brain supplement Ian's formula for solving the Alzheimer's problem Neural Rx  How scientists are working on age regression processes  Ian rapping on Instagram 01:21:25 — Unlocking the Body's Natural Defenses Trusting the body's inherent wisdom  Ian's self-prescribed recovery process from a motorcycle accident What is the blood-brain barrier? How C60 acts as an internal shield against EMF The water brand that has the lowest amount of deuterium Ian's advice for earthing and grounding What Ian's working on for shingles, toenail fungus, and herpes More about this episode. Watch on YouTube. THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: LEELA QUANTUM TECH. Improves your health, fitness levels, and mindset. Their products harmonize harmful frequencies like 4G,5G, microwaves, and WIFI and give your body, home environment, and even your pets a huge quantum upgrade. Go to leelaq.com and use the code “LUKE10” for 10% off their product line. AND... BON CHARGE. Good sleep is one of, if not the best, wellness hacks you can leverage. The Bon Charge Blackout Mask is lightweight, breathable, fully adjustable, and provides the perfect blackout experience for deep sleep. Use the code LIFESTYLIST for 15% off at boncharge.com/lifestylist. AND… TIMELINE NUTRITION. Mitopure is a breakthrough postbiotic that activates your body's natural defense against aging. Clinically proven to unlock the potent bioactive, Urolithin A. It is the purest form of Urolithin A, a molecule, which is only produced as a by-product when gut bacteria digest specific ingredients found in pomegranates. Go to “LUKE10” for 10% of any 2, 4 or 12-month Mitopure plans at timelinenutrition.com. AND… NOOTOPIA. Get four of the best brain-boosting mushroom extracts, plus collagen protein and Peruvian cacao, in Nootopia's new Collagenius. Go to nootopia.com/lukegenius and use code 'LUKE10' for 10% off. Resources: Website: Wizard Sciences Instagram: @ianmitchell1  Shop: lukestorey.com/wizardsciences More from Ian: lukestorey.com/ian Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram Related: 300. C-60: The Miracle Molecule For Biohacking Pets, Hair Loss, Emf, & Cancer W/ Ian Mitchell 350.The Miracle Molecule For Radical Health & Energy W/Ian Mitchell

    All Home Care Matters
    All Home Care Matters 100,000 Subscribers YouTube Creator Award Special

    All Home Care Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2023 19:38


      The team at All Home Care Matters is humbled to share the exciting news that our channel has surpassed over 100,000 subscribers on YouTube.   We would like to say thank you to our team, supporters, guests, friends, and most importantly our subscribers who may this achievement possible.   Thank you to each of you! We are forever grateful!  

    The Sonya Looney Show
    A Mile at a Time with Endurance Athletes Travis and Mark "Mace" Macy

    The Sonya Looney Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2023 54:14


    Travis Macy is an ultra endurance athlete and coach. He's the author of The Ultra Mindset: An Endurance Champion's 8 Core Principles for Success in Business, Sports, and Life. I spoke with Travis on my podcast in January about his racing escapades, embracing training, redefining expectations throughout his career and his experience with his dad's Alzheimers. This week, we brought him back with his dad, Mark “Mace” Macy, a 30-year veteran of ultra endurance competitions, who has continued to thrive since his early-onset Alzheimer's diagnosis in 2018. Together, they authored the book A Mile at a Time, which tells the story of how Travis and Mace conquered the World's Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji and how Mace has tapped into his inner strength to deal with his disease.  Mace is a retired attorney and grandfather. He's a well-known athlete in the endurance sports world, pioneering ultra running in the 1980s and adventure racing in the ‘90s. In 2020 he became the only person to compete in an Eco-Challenge race after having been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. In this episode, we talked about Mace's story, resilience with Alzheimer's, having the courage to show up in life and maintaining hope and optimism. Key Takeaways: Mark "Mace" Macy's story Resilience after Alzheimer's diagnosis Adventure racing in Fiji Having the courage to show up in life What is adventure racing? Extra precautions competing with Alzheimer's Maintaining hope and optimism Being present Sharing the Alzheimer's journey to positively impact others What does acceptance look like? Links: Learn more about A Mile at a Time Learn more about The World's Toughest Race - Eco-Challenge Fiji Related podcast: The Ultra Mindset with Endurance Athlete and Coach Travis Macy Sign up for my weekly newsletter! 

    Modern Medicine Movement
    128: Are low-carb sweeteners dangerous?

    Modern Medicine Movement

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2023 36:21


    Are carbs healthier than low-carb sweetners? Listen in the find out! PERSONAL Q+A with Dr. Hemingway: https://thomashemingway.podia.com/thomas-hemingway-community FREE NEWSLETTER: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/619eb66f117f2e0a9bdc5993HEALTH OPTIMIZATION Courses➡️ https://thomashemingway.podia.comFOLLOW ALONG:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drthomashemingway/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thomashemingwaymdTwitter: https://twitter.com/doc_hemingwayLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomashemingway/DISCLAIMER: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1r3fz8KZE6dVhJHo4V9DHGayU-zmPHtAs31JhokQgJKA/edit?usp=sharing

    The Gary Null Show
    The Gary Null Show - 03.23.23

    The Gary Null Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2023 60:35


    Video: 1.Woke Cambridge Students HATE Historian's FACTS - Rafe Heydel-Mankoo (start @ 0:32)   ·         Meta-analysis affirms weight management benefit for chili pepper compound ·         Omega-3 fatty acids help prevent cancer and improve survival rates  ·         How fit is your gut microbiome?  ·         Researchers find that older adults suffering from depression age faster than their peers ·         Too much cholesterol speeds up formation of toxic plaques that cause Alzheimer's disease ·         Study finds 'considerable uncertainty' around effectiveness and safety of analgesics for low back pain

    The James Altucher Show
    The Future of Medicine is Personalized, Predictive, and in Your Hands! | Dr. Leroy Hood & Dr. Nathan Price

    The James Altucher Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2023 52:33


    Dr. Leroy Hood and Dr. Nathan Price, with over a century of combined experience in the industry, have written a book titled The Age of Scientific Wellness: Why the Future of Medicine is Personalized, Predictive, Data Rich, and in Your Hands. The book explores cutting-edge technology that can help people live longer, healthier lives regardless of age. In today's interview, they discuss the role of AI in improving human lifespan, immunotherapy, NMN, gene editing, Alzheimer's, and other related topics. No 'stupid question' of James' goes unanswered!They also share insights about their personal experiences, including stories about Dr. Hood's one-on-one experience as a graduate student of  Richard Feynman while Feynman was compiling his classic 3-volume Lectures on Physics. The Age of Scientific Wellness is an excellent resource for readers interested in learning more about modern medicine.------------What do YOU think of the show? Head to JamesAltucherShow.com/listeners and fill out a short survey that will help us better tailor the podcast to our audience!Are you interested in getting direct answers from James about your question on a podcast? Go to JamesAltucherShow.com/AskAltucher and send in your questions to be answered on the air!------------Visit Notepd.com to read our idea lists & sign up to create your own!My new book Skip the Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever books are sold!Join the You Should Run for President 2.0 Facebook Group, where we discuss why you should run for President.I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.------------Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please rate, review, and subscribe  to “The James Altucher Show” wherever you get your podcasts: Apple PodcastsStitcheriHeart RadioSpotifyFollow me on Social Media:YouTubeTwitterFacebook

    All Home Care Matters
    Dr. Reynolds A. Kairus aka "Dr. Rey" From NYC Streets to Medical Doctor

    All Home Care Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2023 50:29


    All Home Care Matters was honored to welcome, Dr. Reynolds A. Kairus or also known as "Dr. Rey" as a guest to the show.   Dr. Rey was raised in the 1990s by a single mother, on government assistance and living in a poverty-stricken NYC neighborhood. Nine out of ten of the people he was raised with are either dead, in jail or have been to jail. His father figures were loved ones who were in and out of correctional facilities, gangster movies and gangster rap artist. After several benign run-ins with the law and near-death experiences, he decided to get his act together.   Dr. Rey became an emergency medical technician in 2003. He started considering the possibility of becoming a physician in 2004, although he secretly thought that a person with his upbringing and social class couldn't make this monumental achievement happen. After being introduced to the “Self-Improvement” section of Barnes and Noble, he began to realize the potential that he had - the potential we all have.   Receiving mentorship through books and high-level individuals allowed him to pursue the goal to become a medical doctor.   After graduating, the stress of not practicing medicine immediately, not working, considering eating food out the garbage, being on government assistance again, being a family of 4 while living in a room the size of a closet, being 60 pounds overweight, the initiation of an inevitable divorce, being surrounded by negative energy, amongst other things.... was overwhelming.   That is when he got sick and tired of being sick and tired. Dr. Rey then leaned on a healthy lifestyle as a safe haven and sought mentorship, started tracking his macronutrient intake, became conscious of the negative self-talk, took up martials arts and weightlifting.   Now you'll note a man who got his life back, is confident, living his dreams, full of energy and living life on his terms and Dr. Rey wishes the same for you!

    The Good Life Coach
    The Transformative Power of the Arts. Authors Susan Magsamen + Ivy Ross Discuss their Book, "Your Brain on Art"

    The Good Life Coach

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2023 48:55


    Are you a fan of art? Do you enjoy going to museums or appreciate the wonder of a sunset? Do you knit, sing, doodle, hum, dance, paint, sculpt, or make art in some way? Do you believe that is art is just for people who are good at it? What if you knew that participating in some form of art once a month or more could extend your life by a decade? It turns out it can! There is a field called Neuroaesthetics which is the study of how the arts and aesthetic experiences, in all forms, measurably change the body, brain, and behavior improve well-being. “The arts are a superpower with the ability to address physical and mental health issues, learning, flourishing and community building.” As you'll hear in this interview we are hardwired for art as our birthright. This is a fascinating conversation with two female leaders, Susan Magsamen and Ivy Ross, who wrote Your Brain on Art to educate people about the transformative power of the arts. This is an invitation to incorporate art to live healthier and happier lives based on the science-backed research showing the many benefits to you, your community, and the planet. You are going to love this conversation! Show notes can be found at https://thegoodlifecoach.com/242 WHAT YOU'LL LEARN: What is neuroaesthetics. The transformative power of art and their mission with the book. How profound art is in our well-being. We can extend our life by participating in one art experience or more per month. How art rewires the brain and how the senses are involved. How the arts are being used to address health disorders, illnesses and mental health. They share stories relating to Parkinson's Disease and Alzheimer's. The kinds of activities people can explore who don't see themselves as artists. (Hint – all of them). How the arts can help with mental health and much more. RESOURCES MENTIONED Book: Your Brain on Art Website: https://www.yourbrainonart.com/ https://neuroartsblueprint.org/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/yourbrainonartbook/ Michele on Instagram GUEST BIOS: Ivy Ross is the Vice President of Design for Hardware Products at Google, where she leads a team that has created over fifty products, winning over 225 design awards. An artist with work in over ten international museums, Ivy is also a National Endowment for Arts grant recipient, and was ninth on Fast Company's list of the 100 most creative people in business in 2019. Susan Magsamen is the Founder and Director of the International Arts + Mind Lab Center for Applied Neuroaesthetics at the Pedersen Brain Science Institute of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where she is a faculty member in the department of neurology. She is also the Co-Director of the NeuroArts Blueprint with Aspen Institute. Please be sure to share it with your friends who would benefit from this information.  Also be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you don't miss an episode.  

    Aging Angst and Alleluias
    27. Markers of My Heart

    Aging Angst and Alleluias

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2023 35:33


    This week's episode is honestly one that Mary Anne never dreamed she would record on the “Aging, Angst & Alleluias Podcast.” As an advocate for those living with dementia and their families, Mary Anne suddenly experienced a heart attack and immediately became an advocate for herself and for her own brain. This was a tough job especially when there were so many physicians counseling her on what to do.  From the first plan of care until that dismal day from the hospital, every tool Mary Anne had in her toolbox was used, and she was grateful for the knowledge attained through the years on brain and cardiac health.  Mary Anne's goal for this episode is: Be prepared for the journey ahead. Know what you want and how you want it. Make decisions that you can live with, and most of all - learn how to be your own best advocate. Be proactive with the care you will want and need, especially when or if death is possible. As Mary Anne's attorney says, "It's never too late until it's too late." www.verandaministries.org  

    Tiny Matters
    Shipworms, sponges and snail venoms: The search for marine medicine

    Tiny Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2023 28:43


    For millennia, humans have looked to the sea to find medicine. Today, medical treatments that come from the ocean have been clinically approved for pain, cancer, and Alzheimer's disease, and over a dozen more are in clinical trials. In this episode of Tiny Matters, Sam and Deboki are tackling marine natural products—things like proteins, fats, and other molecules that aquatic organisms produce—that humans are hoping to use to treat the diseases that plague us. Links to the Tiny Show & Tell stories are here and here.   

    Hope in the Night
    Hope in the Night: 3/21/2023 Alzheimers and Dementia

    Hope in the Night

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2023 56:41


    The "guests" on this program are the callers, and they're treated with careful respect, rather than being rushed, dismissed, and replaced. Topics covered in this 1-hour broadcast: Alzheimers and Dementia Free Resources available on topics covered in this 1-hour broadcast https://www.hopefortheheart.org/free/ If you are dealing with a personal or family issue and would like to hear directly from June on your situation, consider an appearance on a future broadcast of Hope In The Night. To schedule your time with June on Hope In The Night, leave your information at 1-800-NIGHT-17 (800-644-4817).

    All Home Care Matters
    Christy Byrne Yates, Author of "Building a Legacy of Love, Thriving in The Sandwich Generation

    All Home Care Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2023 30:25


    All Home Care Matters was honored to welcome Christy Byrne Yates, M.S., LEP as a guest to discuss her book "“Building a Legacy of Love: Thriving in the Sandwich Generation” and how she is supporting caregivers and their loved ones.   Christy is the mother of two – now adult – children. She is an expert in navigating the challenges and opportunities in life including living in the “Sandwich Generation” — that time period of raising children while also caring for an aging loved one. Her book, “Building a Legacy of Love: Thriving in the Sandwich Generation” recounts her journey and learning as a working mother of two who also managed the care of her parents, both of whom had some form of dementia. She incorporates meditation, mindfulness and other evidence based mind/body practices into her work to support growth, resilience, and a pathway to living life fully.   Christy has worked with caregiver support organizations, assisted living and memory care facilities, home care agencies, as well as with estate attorneys and financial professionals to offer workshops and trainings regarding the unique needs of and solutions for the Sandwich Generation and Whole Family Wellness. Christy has a master's degrees in counseling psychology, and holds credentials as an Education Specialist and School Psychologist. In California she is a Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP), retired school psychologist, an author, speaker and coach/consultant.   Christy incorporates evidenced based mind-body wellness practices into her work and trainings. These practices are great for the whole family, and easily adapted to different age groups.   Mindful meditation, breath work, visualization, journaling and Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) are all modalities that Christy has been trained in and used with children, teens and adults. When wellness is a family value and family practice, it increases resilience, improves relationships, and has positive effects on school and work life.   About Christy's Book:   Christy's book, “Building a Legacy of Love: Thriving in the Sandwich Generation,” might be the one you don't know you need…yet!    Combining straightforward research and tender memoir, Christy shines a light on a challenge faced by nearly 50% of Americans – raising children while also caring for an aging parent or loved one. This book offers insights into the unique needs of parents squeezed between two generations who need them dearly, while offering insights and mindset shifts that can lead to greater compassion, resilience and well-being. She addresses difficult conversations and how to prepare for those, anticipatory grief experienced by family members, how to talk to children about death and dying, and the need for ruthless self-care in order to rise above the struggles.   Christy speaks from experience as a Sandwich Generation parent and as a psychologist and mental health professional with over 30 years of experience working with adults and children. Whether you're a parent in the middle, or the aging loved one, “Building a Legacy of Love: Thriving in the Sandwich Generation,” will inspire you to have meaningful conversations.

    Your Biggest Breakthrough
    Episode 106: The Journey to Glory Isn't Without Its Pitfalls and Roadblocks with Richard Ronsisvalle

    Your Biggest Breakthrough

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2023 56:01


    "Serve God," they said. "It will be fun!" they said. "Your life will be infinitely better," they said.While we don't really know who "they" are, we do know that serving God is sometimes touted as a blissful experience, that once you do so you'll never experience pain or heartache.The reality could not be further from that. Sometimes we put our faith in God, only to have a tragedy occur such as the loss of a child. The mother of our guest, Richard Ronsisvalle, had that very thing happen, and nearly lost her fledgling faith as a result. But she resolved to strengthen her faith, and in turn led every last one of her 11 children to God.As a very young man, Richard heard the call to preach the gospel. This meant turning down many offers from some of the biggest studios in America who wanted to record his beautiful baritone voice so he could fulfill his calling.Service to God meant forsaking everything dear to attend 24/7 to his wife who had developed dementia and Alzheimer's. While finding a fine nursing home would have been convenient, and on the surface would have allowed Richard to perform his ministry, he chose the inconvenient (and far less lucrative) path of honoring the scriptural admonition for a man to love his wife, even as Christ loved the church.We hope you'll listen to today's episode and find courage to persevere through any challenge you're enduring and ultimately find true joy in obeying God over pursuing any personal or earthly ambition!In this episode, you'll learn:-How Richard's parents had a marriage arranged by their parents, and truly by God...05:30-A special child is born into the Ronsisvalle family, but sadly passes at age 3...12:15-How God used the tragedy of baby Jimmy to help Richard's mother find a breakthrough in faith...15:00-Never underestimate the power of the presence of God while at church in person with other believers...20:30-Why Richard turned down multiple recording contracts with some of the biggest platforms in America because of his calling to preach the gospel...24:00-Richard's current ministry is borne from a calling shared by a pastor friend....29:21-How Richard met his wife - while trying to set her up with his older brother...35:06-Unconditional love illustrated through Richard's care for his wife while she was seriously ill...40:25-A call to men to love our wives and walk in obedience, even when it appears God has abandoned us....47:30-A prayer for our listeners to be strengthened in the Spirit...53:00Resources mentioned:Reality 21Guest's bio and social handles:FacebookRichard Ronsisvalle was born in Washington, DC and now resides in Central Florida. He is considered to be one of America's foremost teaching preachers and one of the most unique singers in Gospel music. Richard is the author of various books and has produced several musical recordings. He has served as a senior pastor and presently ministers in seminars and conferences throughout the United States and many countries around the world. Richard Ronsisvalle is the President of Reality 21 which sponsors the world outreach of This ministry. Richard is a member of a large family in which all eleven siblings have become Christians and has led his own family of two children to become believers. As a result, he conducts family seminars on how a family can realize God's vision for their lives. The results are miraculous.If the message of the Gospel is not a true description of reality, it is not in any way truth at all. Richard Ronsisvalle travels throughout the United States and into many nations

    Locked On Giants - Daily Podcast On The New York Giants
    New York Giants Roster Takes Shape

    Locked On Giants - Daily Podcast On The New York Giants

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2023 44:20


    The New York Giants roster is slowly taking shape for Year 2 of the Joe Schoen - Brian Daboll era. Special guest Solomon Wilcots, co-host of The Opening Drive on SiriusXM NFL Radio and former NFL player, stopped by today's show to help break down some of the moves the team has made so far this off-season and what direction the franchise is headed. Solomon also spoke about a special medical initiative he's been involved with that could offer hope to those stricken by Alzheimer's Disease. You won't want to miss that segment! Learn more about Annovis' plan to help Alzheimer's patients control their illness by visiting www.annovisbio.com. New York Giants Roster Takes Shape https://www.youtube.com/@LockedOnGiantsNFL Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…

    Keys For Kids Ministries
    Grandpa Forgets (Part 2)

    Keys For Kids Ministries

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2023


    Bible Reading: Psalm 121:1-8; Philippians 4:6-7Pink and yellow balloons hung around the living room. Blue and lavender streamers twisted their way across the ceiling. A big sign reading "Happy 8th Birthday, Maddie" was hanging over the sofa. Many of Maddie's aunts, uncles, and cousins were already there when Grandpa and Grandma arrived. Grandma immediately went around the room and gave everyone a hug. But Grandpa stood by the door, a lost, confused expression on his face. "Who are these people?" he asked. "They're your children and grandchildren, dear," said Grandma. Maddie noticed that Grandma sounded like she was talking to a small child. I guess that's because Grandpa has Alzheimer's disease and forgets a lot of things, she thought. Maddie walked over to her grandpa and slipped her hand into his. "I'm glad you came to my party."Grandpa looked down at Maddie, and a soft smile spread over his face. He patted her head clumsily, and for a moment she thought he was going to be like he'd always been. But then he said, "Is this your house, little girl?" "Of course, Grandpa," Maddie replied. "I'm Maddie--remember? You've been here lots of times." When Maddie and her dad were cleaning the kitchen after the party, Maddie closed the dishwasher door with a bang. "Why does Grandpa have to have Alzheimer's?" she muttered. "I can't think of a single reason why God would let it happen." "Neither can I," said Dad, and Maddie's eyes widened. "That surprises you, doesn't it?" said Dad. Maddie nodded. "Grandpa's Alzheimer's disease is sad," Dad said, "and just as he often can't understand what's happening around him, we sometimes can't understand why such sad things happen in life. God doesn't ask us to understand, but He promises to be with us in difficult times. Jesus understands our pain and sadness, and He's there to strengthen and comfort us when we're hurting. One day, when He comes again to get rid of sin, sickness, and death forever and make all things new, He will wipe all our tears away." "So I guess I just have to keep trusting Jesus even when I feel like crying," said Maddie. "He'll help me through it.""Yes," said Dad. "And He will cry with you." -Carol J. BrookmanHow About You?Do you wonder why God has allowed something difficult to happen in your life? He doesn't always reveal why things happen, but He wants you to trust Him even when you go through difficult times. Jesus understands what you're going through, and He wants to comfort you and help you. As you trust Him, you'll find that His grace is more than enough. He will carry you through hard times until the day your tears are gone forever.Today's Key Verse:My grace is sufficient for you, for my strength is made perfect in weakness. (NKJV) (2 Corinthians 12:9)Today's Key Thought:Keep on trusting Jesus

    Keys For Kids Ministries
    Grandpa Forgets (Part 1)

    Keys For Kids Ministries

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2023


    Bible Reading: Deuteronomy 31:6; Isaiah 44:21; Luke 12:6-7"Hi, Grandpa!" exclaimed Maddie on her way to the checkout lane. "Is Grandma here too?" Maddie had come to the supermarket with her dad, who was buying cake mix and ice cream to celebrate her eighth birthday the next day. What's wrong with Grandpa? Maddie wondered. He's staring at me as if he doesn't know me. Maddie noticed that Grandpa had been acting strange lately. She remembered that he'd recently had some medical tests, and Mom had said he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. She knew that was what caused him to forget a lot of things, but she certainly didn't expect him to ever forget her! Just then, Grandma appeared. "Robert, I told you to wait by the magazines," she scolded gently. Seeing Maddie, she gave her a quick hug. "Are you all ready for your birthday party?" she asked. "Party?" asked Grandpa. "Who's having a party?" "Maddie is. We talked about it at breakfast," said Grandma patiently. "Don't you remember?" She took his arm. "Let's go buy a birthday present for a certain little girl, shall we?" Her eyes twinkled as she smiled at Maddie. That night, as Mom tucked her into bed, Maddie told her about Grandpa's strange behavior. Mom sighed. "Grandpa isn't well. The disease he has causes him to forget names, dates, places--and sometimes even people he loves." Maddie swallowed hard. "But Grandpa and I are friends. He said so himself…and friends aren't supposed to forget each other." "I know, honey," Mom said, giving Maddie a hug. "But friends do sometimes forget--especially if they have certain diseases." "But I thought I would always be able to count on Grandpa," Maddie said, her eyes welling with tears. "It's okay to feel sad that Grandpa is sick and his mind doesn't work the way it used to, but just remember that he can't help it when he forgets," said Mom. "Thank God for the good times you had together, and remember that Jesus is always there for both you and Grandpa. Jesus is a friend who sticks even closer than a grandfather, and He will never, ever forget us." As Maddie snuggled into bed, she thanked Jesus that He would never leave her. And she prayed for her grandpa and asked God to help him remember that Jesus would always be with him too. -Carol J. BrookmanHow About You?Do you feel sad because someone seems to have forgotten you? Perhaps a friend moved away or a grandparent doesn't seem to remember you anymore. Stop for a moment and thank God that He never forgets His children. Jesus is a friend we can always count on. Talk to Him about the person you miss and ask Him to let them know He's always there for them too. Today's Key Verse:There is a friend who sticks closer than a brother. (NKJV) (Proverbs 18:24)Today's Key Thought:Jesus never forgets you

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    Huberman Lab
    Dr. Peter Attia: Improve Vitality, Emotional & Physical Health & Lifespan

    Huberman Lab

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2023 209:55


    In this episode, my guest is Peter Attia, M.D. He completed his medical and advanced training at Stanford University School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dr. Attia is host of the health and medicine podcast, The Drive, and the author of a new book, “Outlive: The Science & Art of Longevity,” which examines disease prevention and healthy aging, including emotional health. He explains the leading causes of death worldwide and how to measure one's risk of death and mitigate each risk factor. Dr. Attia shares how, in addition to blood-based markers of lipids and hormones, there are behavioral measures and interventions, and key aspects of emotional health (i.e., relationships, emotional stability, purpose, etc.) that fundamentally impact our physical health and longevity, and how to assess and adjust our emotional health. This episode is rich with actionable information related to disease screening and biomarker testing, nutritional, exercise, behavior and prescription-based tools that area useful to all people regardless of age, male or female, and that can significantly improve vitality, health and lifespan. For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://eightsleep.com/huberman LMNT: https://drinklmnt.com/huberman   HVMN: https://hvmn.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Peter Attia (00:03:22) Sponsors: Eight Sleep, LMNT, HVMN, Momentous (00:07:34) Lifespan vs. Healthspan (00:10:54) “4 Horseman of Death”, Diseases of Atherosclerosis (00:14:44) Tool: Hypertension & Stroke, Blood Pressure Testing  (00:23:14) Preventing Atherosclerosis, Smoking & Vaping, Pollution (00:32:24) Sponsor: AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:33:29) Cholesterol, ApoB (00:42:21) Cholesterol Levels, LDL & ApoB Testing (00:49:29) ApoB Levels & Atherosclerosis, Causality (01:01:06) ApoB Reduction, Insulin Resistance, Statins, Ezetimibe, PCSK9 Inhibitors (01:12:30) Monitoring ApoB (01:17:12) Sponsor: InsideTracker (01:18:30) Reducing Blood Pressure, Exercise & Sleep (01:20:50) High Blood Pressure & Kidneys (01:23:11) Alcohol, Sleep & Disease Risk (01:31:21) Cancer & Cancer Risks: Genetics, Smoking & Obesity (01:39:47) Cancer Screening & Survival (01:44:17) Radiation Risks, CT & PET Scans (01:48:48) Environmental Carcinogens (01:52:11) Genetic & Whole-Body MRI Screening, Colonoscopy (01:58:47) Neurodegenerative Diseases, Alzheimer's Disease, ApoE (02:08:08) Alzheimer's Disease & Amyloid (02:13:58) Interventions for Brain Health, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) (02:21:26) Accidental Death, “Deaths of Despair”, Fentanyl Crisis (02:31:20) Fall Risk & Stability, 4 Pillars of Strength Training (02:41:05) Emotional Health (02:53:45) Mortality & Preserving Relationship Quality (03:02:20) Relationships vs. Outcomes, Deconstructing Emotions (03:09:34) Treatment Centers, Emotional Processing & Recovery (03:16:34) Tool: Inner Monologue & Anger, Redirecting Self-Talk (03:27:37) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous, Social Media, Neural Network Newsletter Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer

    Message In The Middle with Marianne
    A Look Inside Aging & Dementia with Leslie Fuller

    Message In The Middle with Marianne

    Play Episode Play 38 sec Highlight Listen Later Mar 18, 2023 44:28


    In this extremely insightful conversation, Marianne sits down with Leslie Fuller, a woman who is not only passionate about helping take care of the aging, but who is passionate about educating on this topic as well.   In this episode we explore:How Dementia plays out in the brain and what it might look like as it's progressingWhat you should do if you suspect some form of Dementia setting inThe concept of using a strengths-based perspective with your loved onesTips for loving & supporting someone with DementiaHow to connect with your loved one once Dementia/Alzheimer's has set inLessons learned from years of supporting the elderly populationWhat to look for in a Nursing HomeHow to help ease the transition if you must choose placement vs in home careLeslie Fuller's career has been centered around senior adults for a long time.  She earned a Master's of Social Work with a focus in gerontology and moved right into working as a Director of Resident Services for a senior living apartment complex. After 6 years she transitioned to an Executive Director position of an Alzheimer's and dementia care community, and then on to the role of the Divisional Dementia Care Manager supporting communities in 13 different states.  Dealing with the Senior population and related challenges is certainly something she has some knowledge on and today she uses that knowledge and experience to provide training, tools, and coaching to communities of all sizes with a goal of teaching how to create a community culture that supports optimal quality of Life for the aging resident, the staff and the families. Leslie's Website: Inspired Senior Care – Enriching your community's culture Facebook:  (7) Inspired Senior Care | Oklahoma City OK | FacebookInsta:  Leslie Fuller (@inspiredseniorcare) • Instagram photos and videosAlzheimer's website:  alz.orgAlzheimer's 24/7 Helpline: 800.272.3900 Connect with Marianne:Website: Message In The Middle with MarianneMessage In the Middle Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/422430469323847/Email: Contact | Message In The Middle with Marianne

    EpochTV
    Does the Key to Curing Alzheimer's and Rare Childhood Disease–RCDP–Lie in Plasmalogens?

    EpochTV

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2023 17:51


    Fifteen years of neuroscientific research led Dr Dayan Goodenowe to a landmark discovery – a single molecule much lower than normal in the blood of people with Alzheimer's Disease. Using his own technology, he identified that molecule as plasmalogen – an essential brain nutrient found in mother's breast milk. Was Alzheimer's being caused by its depletion in brain cells? What would happen if it could be restored? The challenge was set. Since 2007, Goodenowe has researched and developed a treatment now being trialed by hundreds of doctors across America on Alzheimer's sufferers. But on the opposite end of the life spectrum, two children with a rare (1 in every 100,000 births) disease – RCDP* – are rapidly and profoundly displaying this treatment's effects. Witness the changes in the two children, which signal hope not just for their diagnosis, but for treating other serious diseases, including Alzheimer's—on #Vitalsigns with Brendon Fallon. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV

    The Richard Piet Show
    (Creating Dementia Solutions 5) Hearing Loss and Alzheimer's

    The Richard Piet Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2023 8:48


    Richard is joined in this episode of Creating Dementia Solutions by Jodi Piper and Cassandra Lucas-Moore with Carewell Services Southwest. The discussion centers around hearing (and vision) loss and Alzheimer's Disease.Episode ResourcesMiles for Memories websiteOrder Miles for Memories technologyA Brief Guide for Understanding DementiaMiles for Memories Events Page All Creating Dementia Solutions episodesABOUT MILES FOR MEMORIESMiles For Memories is a Calhoun County, Michigan organization created in 2013 to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer's Disease. Later in 2014, the vision was expanded to include all types of dementia. MFM raises money each year through sponsorships, community events, and grants to gather funds to create local programming for both the person living with dementia and the caregiver. Along with local efforts, 20% of the funds to prevention-related dementia research. Miles for Memories is a committee of 70-plus volunteers and are always looking for more to get involved.Creating Dementia Solutions andThe Richard Piet Show are Livemic Communications podcasts. Livemic Communications helps businesses, organizations and entrepreneurs create customized, purposeful podcast content.This episode of Creating Dementia Solutions was recorded at AccessVision television studios in Battle Creek.

    All Home Care Matters
    Nathalie de Vazeille, Co-Founder of StackCare

    All Home Care Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2023 33:45


    All Home Care Matters was honored to welcome Nathalie de Vazeille the co-founder of StackCare to the show.   Nathalie earned her degree in International Business from George Washington University and established a successful career in the fragrance and cosmetics industry in Europe. As a marketing and B2B sales professional, Nathalie developed her skills for crafting effective strategies and building strong client relationships.    In 2018, Nathalie embarked on a new chapter in her professional career as a co-founder of StackCare, a company dedicated to supporting the independent lifestyle of older adults. Having seen first-hand the challenges of aging in place, she recognized the potential for innovative technologies to enhance senior lives. While Nathalie never imagined herself working in the software industry, she found a profound sense of purpose in providing family caregivers with such a valuable tool.    About StackCare:    Independence and dignity are important to seniors. But anyone with a parent living alone understands the daily anxiety and stress of worrying whether Mom or Dad is OK. StackCare may be the perfect solution waiting for both of you! StackCare uses discreet motion sensors and artificial intelligence to learn individual behavior and activity patterns, sending notifications directly to your phone when something isn't right. You get to see at a glance, simply and easily, if your loved one is sleeping ok, is visiting the bathroom too often, and whether his/her activity patterns have changed. Find out promptly, 24/7, if they might have fallen or aren't feeling well. No cameras, no microphones, no wearables, just lots of love and care!

    The Audio Long Read
    Dinner with Proust: how Alzheimer's caregivers are pulled into their patients' worlds

    The Audio Long Read

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2023 27:03


    What do you say to someone whose wife prefers photographs of deceased authors to him?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod

    The Laser Light Show
    Episode #41 Why is an International Celebrity Fashion Photographer Using Lasers?!

    The Laser Light Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2023 53:39


    Markus Klinko is best known for his work with celebrities such as Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, David Bowie, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, Kanye West, Anne Hathaway, Kate Winslet, Will Smith, Eva Mendes, Kim Kardashian, and Naomi Campbell. Join us for an intriguing episode of the Laser Light Show as we explore what Erchonia Lasers can do in the hands of an artist.  https://www.markusklinkostudio.com/bio https://www.instagram.com/klinkostudio/

    Everyone Dies (Every1Dies)
    Frontotemporal Dementia Part 2 - How FTD is Managed

    Everyone Dies (Every1Dies)

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2023 34:29


    How do we diagnose and support patients with FTD?When Bruce Willis' family put out a statement about his diagnosis with Frontotemporal dementia, we thought it would be a good time to talk about this disease. It is a complicated disease, so we divided our chat about this illness into two podcasts. This week we talk about the management of frontotemporal dementia and ways you can help your loved one.In this Episode:01:19 - Martina McBride's Creamy Chicken Tortilla Soup02:26 - Life Beyond the Groove: Embedding Cremains in Vinyl Records05:58 - FTD Diagnosis and Management31:27 - "You Don't Just Lose Someone Once"Follow us on Facebook | Instagram | Email us at mail@every1dies.orgClick on this link to Rate and Review our podcast!

    The Crossover with Dr. Rick Komotar
    Mark Mattson - The Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

    The Crossover with Dr. Rick Komotar

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2023 34:56


    Mark Mattson is a Professor of Neuroscience at The Johns Hopkins University. He is the former Chief of the Laboratory of Neurosciences at the National Institute on Aging Intramural Research Program of the National Institute on Aging.Mattson has done extensive research on intermittent fasting. The National Institute of Health considers him "one of the world's top experts on the potential cognitive and physical health benefits of intermittent fasting". He is also author of the book "The Intermittent Fasting Revolution: The Science of Optimizing Health and Enhancing Performance".Mattson was elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for research revealing the cellular mechanisms involved in neural plasticity — the ability of neurons to adapt during processes like learning or injury — and development of neurodegenerative disorders. He is the recipient of the Alzheimer's Association Zenith Award, the Metropolitan Life Foundation Medical Research Award, and the Santiago Grisolia Chair Prize. He was as the founding Editor and Editor-in-Chief of NeuroMolecular Medicine and Ageing Research Reviews.

    Vida Potencial | Salud, Nutrición y Estilo de Vid
    Construye tu mejor rutina matinal

    Vida Potencial | Salud, Nutrición y Estilo de Vid

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2023 86:42


    Más en: https://www.vidapotencial.com - Cada día nos levantamos y empezamos el día de la misma forma, unos desayunan enseguida, otros se van a entrenar, los hay que salen a andar... Empezar el día con una rutina matinal adaptada a cada persona te aporta energía, reduce el estrés, te aporta foco mental y te ayuda a dormir mejor. Hablaremos de: Qué es una rutina matinal Cuánto dura una rutina matinal 5 ejemplos de rutinas matinales en función del nivel de energía de cada persona Desayuno y ayuno intermitente Agua con limón, con vinagre de manzana, agua de mar Beneficios de exponerse al sol por la mañana Ejercicio físico en ayunas Saludo al sol Beneficios de la respiración Ejercicios de coherencia cardíaca Beneficios de la ducha fría Cómo diseñar una rutina matinal - Otros audios que te pueden interesar: Beneficios de la sauna: https://www.ivoox.com/beneficios-sauna-audios-mp3_rf_21061599_1.html Beneficios del vinagre de manzana: https://www.ivoox.com/6-beneficios-del-vinagre-manzana-audios-mp3_rf_56999725_1.html Beneficios de la exposición al sol: https://www.ivoox.com/beneficios-exponerse-al-sol-audios-mp3_rf_76472163_1.html Cuánta agua beber al día: https://www.ivoox.com/cua-769-nta-agua-hay-beber-como-audios-mp3_rf_64225641_1.html - Gana salud con nosotros: https://www.vidapotencial.com PROGRAMAS DE NUTRICIÓN Pierde peso de manera saludable, iníciate en la dieta cetogénica o en el ayuno intermitente o mejora tu salud con una dieta antiinflamatoria o regula tus hormonas en la menopausia de la mano de la Dra. Isabel Belaustegui. Nuestros programas de nutrición -- https://bit.ly/3WiFPhu Nuestro programa de Pérdida de Peso -- https://bit.ly/3uNJ70v Nuestro programa de Dieta Antiinflamatoria -- https://bit.ly/3We07si Nuestro programa de Dieta Hipotiroidismo -- https://bit.ly/3iSlEby Nuestro programa de Dieta Cetogénica -- https://bit.ly/3WlNBqR Nuestro programa de Ayuno Intermitente -- https://bit.ly/3YlKGAb Nuestro programa de Dieta Menopausia -- https://bit.ly/3W1fcxQ CURSOS DE ENTRENAMIENTO Y BIENESTAR Iníciate en el entrenamiento de fuerza o en el entrenamiento con kettlebells de la mano de los mejores profesionales o descubre más sobre algunas alteraciones de la salud. Nuestro curso de Entrenamiento de Fuerza -- https://bit.ly/3VWFnFN Nuestro curso de Entrenamiento con Kettlebells -- https://bit.ly/3UW1NWu Nuestro curso sobre el Alzheimer -- https://bit.ly/3PGvHwZ - Suscríbete a nuestra newsletter y descarga GRATIS nuestra GUÍA sobre la combinación de alimentos: https://www.vidapotencial.com/unete/ - Nuestras redes sociales: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/vidapotencial/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/vidapotencial/ - Nuestro podcast: OIR EN iTUNES: https://apple.co/2IYYn1x OIR EN SPOTIFY: https://spoti.fi/33Z2aW0 - Recuerda que: “Todos los productos y contenidos ofrecidos por Vida Potencial (tales como, programas y cursos de nutrición, actividad física y vida saludable, libros, vídeos, artículos, posts, podcast, Vlogs y vídeo-tutoriales) tienen naturaleza meramente informativa y divulgativa y en ningún caso constituye servicio médico o sanitario de ningún tipo ni sustituye la consulta con un médico especialista, por lo que no deben ser aplicados sin la aprobación previa y supervisión de un médico o profesional de la salud especializado, particularmente en casos de personas con patologías, lesiones, limitaciones o anomalías físicas o nutricionales o cualquier otra condición especial. Ninguno de los productos, servicios y contenidos ofrecidos por Vida Potencial pueden servir de consejo médico, diagnóstico, prescripción ni tratamiento de tipo alguno de dolencia, enfermedad o patología.” - Si tienes ideas o sugerencias de cómo podemos mejorar estos audios, o posibles temas que te gustaría que tocáramos, por favor déjalo en los comentarios. ¡Muchísimas GRACIAS por estar ahí!

    The Best by LaBellaRx Weight Loss & Aesthetics

    Alzheimer's disease is a chronic neurodegenerative disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. Alzheimer's disease doesn't just affect the individual diagnosed, it impacts their entire family and support system. It can be challenging to cope with the changes in memory and behavior that come with the disease. In this episode of “The Best,” Dr. Armstrong and LaDonna discuss what Alzheimer's disease is, how it affects the brain, and what you can do to lower your risk factor for this devastating disease.  The exact cause of Alzheimer's disease is not fully understood, but researchers believe it may be due to a combination of genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors. One of the hallmarks of the disease is the accumulation of abnormal proteins in the brain, which can interfere with communication between brain cells and eventually lead to their death. Early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease can be subtle, such as forgetting recent events or conversations, difficulty with problem-solving or decision-making, and becoming disoriented in familiar places. As the disease progresses, symptoms can become more severe, including confusion, personality changes, and difficulty with basic activities of daily living. Currently, there is no cure for Alzheimer's disease, and available treatments can only manage the symptoms to some extent. Some medications may improve cognitive function or slow down the progression of the disease. Lifestyle changes, such as regular exercise, a healthy diet, and social engagement, may also help to delay the onset of symptoms or reduce their severity. Research into Alzheimer's disease is ongoing, and there is hope that new treatments and preventive strategies will emerge in the future. 

    Myers Detox
    How Glyphosate Destroys Your Ability to Detox Harmful Toxins with Dr. Stephanie Seneff

    Myers Detox

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2023 62:25


    Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a major researcher and advocate against the use of glyphosate, joins the show to cover all of the shocking health issues that are associated with the use of this dangerous herbicide. Dr. Seneff clearly outlines the mechanisms by which glyphosate is promoting obesity, high blood sugar, diabetes, Crohn's disease, cancers, food sensitivities and allergies, autoimmune disorders, autism, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and more. There is a clear correlation between in the increase in glyphosate use and the rise of many of these diseases, and Dr. Seneff is here to tell us why. Glyphosate is one of the most dangerous and prevalent toxins in the US and Canada, and disrupts many important mechanisms in our body, including those that help us detox. If you're concerned about your exposure to glyphosate and what you can do about it, make sure to tune into this episode! On today's podcast, you will learn: What is glyphosate? Where are you exposed to glyphosate? (everywhere!) The shocking health issues associated with glyphosate exposure. Does glyphosate cause autism?  How glyphosate destroys your body's ability to detox. Why glyphosate causes sleep issues, cognitive decline, and even Alzheimer's. Top things you can do to help detox glyphosate and limit its health effects. Glyphosate's major contribution to the obesity epidemic. Dr. Seneff's incredible book Toxic Legacy.   Dr. Stephanie Seneff's Bio: Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. She has a BS degree from MIT in biology and MS, EE and PhD degrees from MIT in electrical engineering and computer science.  Her recent interests have focused on the role of toxic chemicals and micronutrient deficiencies in health and disease, with a special emphasis on the pervasive herbicide, glyphosate, and the mineral, sulfur. Since 2008, she has authored over three dozen peer-reviewed journal papers on these topics. She is the author of a book on glyphosate, titled Toxic Legacy: How the Weedkiller Glyphosate Is Destroying Our Health and the Environment, which was released by Chelsea Green publishers on July 1 2021. This book was selected by Kirkus Reviews as one of the best non-fiction books of 2021. You can learn more about Stephanie and her work at https://stephanieseneff.net  

    The Thomistic Institute
    The Problem of Evil, Dystopia, and Dostoevsky's ‘The Brothers Karamazov' | Prof. Stephen Meredith

    The Thomistic Institute

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2023 57:24


    The speaker's handout may be found here: https://tinyurl.com/mry498c9 This lecture was given on February 15, 2023, at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Stephen Meredith is a professor at the University of Chicago's Departments of Pathology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and Neurology. He is also an associate faculty member in the University of Chicago Divinity School. He has published more than 100 journal articles, focusing on the biophysics of protein structure. Much of his work has been the application of solution and solid-state NMR to the study of amyloid proteins associated with neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's Disease. He has also published articles on literature and philosophy in diverse aspects of medical humanities and bioethics. His teaching includes courses to graduate students in biochemistry and biophysics, medical students, and undergraduates and graduate students in the humanities, including courses on James Joyce's Ulysses, St. Thomas Aquinas, Augustine, Dostoevsky (focusing on Brothers Karamazov), Thomas Mann and David Foster Wallace. He is currently working on a book examining disease and the theological problem of evil. Other current writing projects include a study of James Joyce and the problem of evil.

    COVID NoiseFilter - Doctors Explain the Latest on COVID-19
    Ep. 758 - Lecanemab Approval for Alzheimers and Shortage of Common Cold Drugs

    COVID NoiseFilter - Doctors Explain the Latest on COVID-19

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2023 9:55


    Today, in episode 758 our expert Infectious Disease Doctor and Community Health Specialist discuss what you need to know about Public Health. We revisit previous stories about the controversial recent approval of Lecanemab to treat Alzheimers, as well as the purported shortage of common cold drugs. As always, join us for all the Public Health information you need, explained clearly by our health experts. Website: NoiseFilter - Complex health topics explained simply (noisefiltershow.com) Animations: NoiseFilter - YouTube Instagram: NoiseFilter (@noisefiltershow) • Instagram photos and videos Facebook: NoiseFilter Show | Facebook TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@noisefiltershow --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/noisefilter/message

    Run The Race
    #149: Dancing Stars, Here I Come! Partner Teaching Me Dance Routine = Fun Exercise

    Run The Race

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2023 45:33


    I'm not a dancer, but i play one on TV. Dance is actually a different and entertaining way to get fit! Actually, I was picked as 1 of 13 contestants in this year's "Dancing Stars of Columbus" in our Georgia city, a dance competition that is a month from now! And we're raising money to help fight Alzheimer's Disease, which you can help with: https://act.alz.org/site/TR?px=22073268&pg=personal&fr_id=16244. (3:22) Our latest guest on the podcast (go subscribe to it now) is my pro partner and dance instructor/choreographer Tracie Chamblee, who began dancing at age 5 and has been teaching dance for a total of two decades. She talks about how the two of us have been doing with the 90 second routine to NSync music, practicing daily at her Cottrell Dance Studio. (7:18) Dance can be a workout! And it's a more fun one than other fitness routes, using muscles you may not normally use. And it's vital to have a strong core for dancing. When Tracie was younger, she would practice dance 20 hours per week. Injury halted her dreams of being a professional dancer, but she loves to teach, (11:20) which is what she's doing with this podcast host. She's a pro in this local "Dancing Stars" competition for the 5th season, involved because of the heartbreak of seeing both her grandmothers go through dementia. This is a way to raise money to help caregivers, families. As for our dancing, I've got to get sharper and keep perfecting the muscle memory with our dance moves. (20:52) Why is she so passionate about helping others learn how to dance better? Tracie also says there are lessons of life and faith in it. Losing her dad when she was 19, my dance partner says what pulled her out of weeks of depression was dance. She describes how it saved her life! She's also very competitive, not only at dance, but as a (30:42) sports fan and off-ice official for the Columbus (GA) River Dragons hockey team. She also calls dance a sport that requires training just as hard as football. I close with a little talk about how dancing mixes with the Bible, as seen in movies like Footloose...and then my closing prayer. Thanks for listening to the #RunTheRace podcast! Also, write a quick review about it, on Apple podcasts. For more info and all past episodes, go to www.wtvm.com/podcast/.

    Woman, Where is Your Confidence?-Be Confident in Christ
    "Being a Caregiver Doesn't Have to be a Burden"

    Woman, Where is Your Confidence?-Be Confident in Christ

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2023 19:45


    Are you a caregiver for someone? Do you ever get overwhelmed? You will want to listen to this week's podcast. My friend Suzette Katopodes was our special guest this week. Suzette is a wife of 34 yrs., mom of four, sister, Grandma Suzie to six, and family caregiver. Looking back on her life, you might even say she is a serial caregiver, as she has cared for multiple family members over the years. She believes her purpose is to encourage and inform other family caregivers–past, present, and future. The truth is, if you haven't been a caregiver yet, you will likely be one or need one someday. And she wants to make the caregiving life just a little bit easier for others. Her caregiving history ● Dad: She helped care for her dad through a series of illnesses–heart disease, cancer, and COPD. ● Mom: Mom, who is aging gracefully and with dignity, is 93. She suffered from a heart attack, bouts of congestive heart failure, and edema. All while caring for her sister, Michelle, who had down syndrome. (She is an inspiring example.) ● Michelle: While mom had a months-long stint of illness and repeat stays in rehab, her sister came to live with her and her husband. They had one son left at home, and they were both working full-time. When mom's rehab was complete, they suggested Michelle stay with them. It wasn't long after that they started noticing changes in Michelle, and after a bit of research, they learned that people with Down Syndrome would get Alzheimer's Disease up to 50% more than people without Downs. Over the next few months, their suspicions were confirmed, her sister, sweet Michelle had Alzheimer's Disease, which slowly took over her brain and their lives. They cared for Michelle for five years until God called her home in January 2023. You can connect with Suzette on Instasgram at Suzette | Family Caregiver (@myconcretedove) • Instagram photos and videos Check out her podcast here Caregiver Strong Podcast - My Concrete Dove Go to her blog here Home - My Concrete Dove Make sure we are connected too. Find me on Instagram MICHELE BOWMAN (@confidentchristianwomen) • Instagram photos and videos

    Adjusted Reality
    A MILE AT A TIME: As Fast As You Can, As Slow As You Must with Travis Macy

    Adjusted Reality

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2023 45:57


    On todays episode, we speak with professional endurance athlete and author, Travis Macy.Finisher of over 120 ultra endurance events in 17 countries, Travis Macy is a speaker, author, coach, and professional endurance athlete. He is the author ofThe Ultra Mindset: An Endurance Champion's 8 Core Principles for Success in Business, Sports, and Life, and he set a record (since broken) for Leadman, an epic endurance event consisting of a trail running marathon, 50-mile mountain bike race, Leadville 100 Mountain Bike Race, 10k road run, and Leadville 100 Run, all above 10,200' in the Rocky Mountains.Travis leads authentically to empower others to make the most of their lives through his work as an endurance coach, podcaster, speaker, and writer.And he just released his latest book - A MILE AT A TIME: A father and son's inspiring Alzheimer's journey of love, adventure, and hope, written by Travis and Mark Macy with Patrick Regan.In the Adjusted Reality podcast, well-known athletes, celebrities, actors, chiropractors, influencers in the wellness industry, and other podcasters will talk with host Dr. Sherry McAllister, president, F4CP, about their experiences with health and wellness. As a special gift for listening today visit f4cp.org/health to get a copy of our mind, body, spirit eBook which focuses on many ways to optimize your health and the ones you love without the use of drugs or surgery. Follow Adjusted Reality on Instagram. Find A Doctor of Chiropractic Near You.

    A Word With You
    A President and Your Purpose - #9438

    A Word With You

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2023


    Nancy Reagan called it "the long goodbye." Her beloved husband's slow slide into the black hole of Alzheimer's Disease. America said goodbye to Nancy Reagan too, and we remember her as a great First Lady and a wife forever in love with her "Ronnie." Her boundless devotion to him became almost legendary. And at her funeral service, more people talked about that than anything else. See, when he was the famous Hollywood star and when he was a transformative leader of the Western World, Nancy stood by his side, but especially through his long, ten-year goodbye. As Ronald Reagan's memory began to fade through the ravages of Alzheimer's, his Nancy wanted to make sure that he could still maintain the dignity of going to his office at Century City. Several times a week he'd get all dressed up, he'd go to the office. And even though as time went by there wasn't a whole lot he could do there. This is where the story comes in that has affected me profoundly ever since I read it years ago. Actually, I read it in a national news magazine's special commemorative edition of Reagan's life. It reported how visitors would come to visit Mr. Reagan. And, of course, they'd ask him about when he was governor of California, when he was a movie star, and when he was President. But slowly, the conversations about the past became more frustrating, because as Alzheimer's began to erase various memories, his years as a movie star vanished from his memory bank. And then you might as well not talk about being Governor of California. He didn't remember anything. And finally, he couldn't even remember even the great accomplishments as President of the United States. Amazingly, though, there was one memory that remained almost to the end. I'm Ron Hutchcraft and I want to have A Word With You today about "A President and Your Purpose." The memory actually explained a picture on his wall. People would go, "Now, what's the picture of that river over there, Mr. Reagan?" groping for some conversation that could have some traction. And he'd smile and he would say, "Oh, wait! That's the Rock River in Illinois. That's where I was a lifeguard." Then came the recollection that brought me up short. He said, "That's where I saved 77 lives!" Wow! Long after the traces of all his massive achievements were gone; Hollywood, Governor, the White House, there was one legacy of his life that remained; the lives he had saved. And so it will be for me. And so it will be for all of us who follow Jesus. When every other achievement of our life has faded to dust, one will remain - the lives we have saved. In our word for today from the Word of God, Proverbs 24:11, God says, "Rescue those who are being led away to death and hold back those who are staggering toward slaughter." Jude 23 says, "Snatch others from the fire and save them." See, the Bible says we're "Christ's ambassadors" (2 Corinthians 5:20). You're His face, you're His hands, you're His voice to the people around you. Like any ambassador, we carry a message from the One who assigned us. Here's the message in 2 Corinthians 5, "We implore you on Christ's behalf: Be reconciled to God..." I have nothing - nothing - more important to do than to get to that plea; to get the good news of Christ's death for them to people I know and care about. That's the only way their eternity can be changed. It's the only way they can be rescued. This is life-or-death information, and He's trusted you and He's trusted me to deliver it. So after all is said and done, this is what we will have to show for this life that God gave us to live. It's the lives we've reached out to. It's the lives that God used us to save.

    POLITICO's Pulse Check
    Why the VA's health arm will cover a new Alzheimer's drug ... and Medicare won't

    POLITICO's Pulse Check

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2023 8:21


     The Veterans Health Administration announced earlier this week that it will cover Leqembi, a new Alzheimer's drug that appears to slow the disease's progression. Host Megan Messerly talks with Katherine Ellen Foley about why the VHA's decision differs from other federal agencies.

    Gist Healthcare Daily
    Wednesday, March 15, 2023

    Gist Healthcare Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2023 6:49


    Novo Nordisk announces it will cut the cost of its insulin up to 75 percent. The Department of Veterans Affairs says it will cover the experimental Alzheimer's drug Leqembi for veterans in the early stages of the disease. And, the Department of Justice sues pharmacy chain Rite Aid for its role in the opioid epidemic. That's coming up on today's episode of Gist Healthcare Daily. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    The Chris Voss Show
    The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Linda Buscemi, PhD, Founder of Ella®by TapRoot at SXSW 2023

    The Chris Voss Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2023 18:37


    Linda Buscemi, PhD, Founder of Ella®by TapRoot at SXSW 2023 TapRootElla.com About Ella by TapRoot The idea behind Taproot was born on a napkin, when the two founders, Linda and Scarlett, connected their life stories and combined two completely different views of the world. That's when innovation occurred. Linda Buscemi is a behavioral expert who began applying her philosophy that “adverse behaviors are reactions from unmet needs” in the area of cognitive disorders, particularly dementia and Alzheimer's disease. With that notion and using the person's background, she successfully prevented and decreased adverse behaviors.

    All Home Care Matters
    Connie Chow, Co-Founder of DailyCaring.com

    All Home Care Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2023 38:26


    All Home Care Matters is honored to welcome a remarkable guest to the show, Connie Chow. Connie is the co-founder of DailyCaring.com. Connie was a hands-on caregiver for her grandmother for 20 years. She knows exactly how challenging, overwhelming, and all-consuming caring for an older adult can be. She also knows how important support is – especially in the form of practical solutions, useful resources, and tips for self-care.  Connie has an MBA from University of Southern California and a Bachelor's in Economics from University of California at Berkeley. Prior to founding DailyCaring, she built and managed online products in the financial and tech industries.   About DailyCaring:  When caring for an older adult (and trying to stay sane), you need practical answers fast. DailyCaring.com helps you solve the frustrating day-to-day problems that make you lose your temper or keep you up at night. At DailyCaring.com, they search everywhere to find the most practical and useful tips, advice, personal stories, and resources related to caregiving and aging. Then, they boil it down to the most important points you need to know.  The DailyCaring.com website is easy on the eyes. easy to navigate, and makes it a snap to find the information you need right now. Plus, you can subscribe to their free daily email newsletter so you never miss out on the latest info.  When you're informed and empowered, you'll improve health and wellness for both your older adult and yourself.

    Remember Me
    Sarah

    Remember Me

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2023 41:29


    Wanda chronicles her mother Sarah's dementia journey in the 1980s - receiving the (mis)diagnosis of Alzheimer's at the age of 52. Sarah went on to become somewhat of a poster child for early-onset Alzheimer's, being profiled in LIFE Magazine, only for her family to realize many years later that it was in fact Frontotemporal Dementia - and it was affecting many members of their large family. Listen to our very first story of the season told by this fierce and incredible FTD advocate, Wanda. Thank you for listening! Let us know what you think of this episode by connecting with us on instagram @remembermepodcast, on our website, or by joining Re-Members Only! --- Thank you to our sponsor of this episode and Season 7, LearnFTD. LearnFTD is working to raise awareness of gene mutations in FTD and the importance of genetic testing. Visit LearnFTD.com for information and resources on FTD, genetics, and a video providing an overview of genetic testing and counseling. You can also follow LearnFTD on Facebook and Instagram @LearnFTD. --- Remember Me is a podcast created by two moms who became fast friends on Instagram while caregiving for their parents. It features stories of Frontotemporal Dementia - FTD - with a focus on remembering individuals for who they were before the disease. The stories shared are raw, real, and so full of love. We hope it inspires you to "accept the good." "Always, always, accept the good." --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rememberme/support

    The Afterword: A Conversation About the Future of Words
    The Afterword on Brain Health and the MIND Diet

    The Afterword: A Conversation About the Future of Words

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2023 53:09


    On season 3 of The Afterword Podcast, we had the priveldge of speaking with Dr. Andrew Budson from Boston University and Dr. Christy Tangney with Rush University. They discussed memory, dementia, cognitive decline, and neuroplasticity. These experts debunked several popular theories about how to keep our minds sharp while giving us insight into what really works for cognitive health.  With all the recent news about the MIND diet, we wanted to re-release this episode as a refresher and a renewal for those interested in brain health.

    Short Wave
    How Well Does A New Alzheimer's Drug Work For Those Most At Risk?

    Short Wave

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2023 13:46 Very Popular


    A new drug for Alzheimer's disease, called lecanemab, got a lot of attention earlier this year for getting fast-tracked approval based on a clinical trial that included nearly 1,800 people. It was the most diverse trial for an Alzheimer's treatment to date, but still not enough to definitively say if the drug is effective for Black people. "[In] the world's most diverse Alzheimer's trial, a giant trial of 1,800 people that lasted for a much longer time than most trials did, we're still not sure that all of the groups that are at highest risk of Alzheimer's disease actually see any kind of benefit," says Dr. Jonathan Jackson, Assistant Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School. On today's episode, Jonathan and Short Wave co-host Emily Kwong delve into how drug developers can overlook those hardest hit by the disease they're trying to treat.