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Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers
A Chat With The Editors of Bizarre Bazaar, Veronica R. Calisto and Amy Drayer

Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 46:07


This time on the Rocky Mountain Writer podcast, a chat with the co-editors of Bizarre Bazaar, the brand new short story anthology from Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers that will debut in a few short weeks.   Veronica R. Calisto is a massage therapist, an alto, a writer of speculative fiction, and a big nerd. One of those rare Colorado natives, she has a degree in Molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology and is a two-time American Idol reject. Veronica is best described as a walking musical who might also be a figment of her own imagination. She is the author of several books including Diary of a Mad Black Witch and the first two in the SparkleTits Chronicles series. Amy Drayer grew up a free-range kid on a charming island in the Pacific Northwest, then migrated south to attend Scripps College in California. She later moved to Washington, D.C. where she worked in politics for far too long. Amy is a graduate of the inimitable Lighthouse Writers Workshop Book Project, an enthusiastic member of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and Sisters in Crime, Managing Editor of the museum of americana literary journal, and the Editor of the 2022 Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers anthology, Bizarre Bazaar. More about Amy: https://www.makahislandmysteries.com/author.html More about Veronica: https://www.facebook.com/veronica.roland.7/  For video versions of these podcasts, follow: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBP81nfbKnDRjs-Nar9LNe20138AiPyP8 Host: Mark Stevens: https://www.writermarkstevens.com/ Intro Music by Moby Gratis: https://mobygratis.com/ Outro Music by Dan-o-Son

The Low Carb Athlete Podcast
Episode #460 The BioEnergetic Approach with Jay Feldman

The Low Carb Athlete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 65:27


LESS is MORE With Jay Feldman Jay Feldman is a health coach, the host of The Energy Balance Podcast, and an independent health researcher with the goal of providing the tools people need to get their energy back. He has degrees in neuroscience and exercise physiology from the University of Miami and decided to forgo medical school after realizing that the conventional medical approach was not the solution to the health problems that so many of us face.  After deep research, Jay realized that cellular energy is the foundation of our health. He now uses a bioenergetic approach to help men and women worldwide maximize their cellular energy, optimize their health, and achieve freedom from low-energy symptoms. During our discussion, you will discover how endurance athletes can thrive consuming protein, carbs, and fats, the best way to lose body fat, the benefits of carb timing, metabolic flexibility, and how to improve carb metabolism. You will also learn the best biohacking technique to get the best results and the best ways to improve performance longevity. Tune in to learn more on this and other exciting topics! Resources mentioned Life is Not a Race...It is a Journey   Timestamps [00:38] Jay Feldman's background information [13:35] What drives Jay to continue with his research [17:20] The personalized approach [19:14] The best way to lose fat [21:33] The bioenergetic approach [22:16] Lab tests to improve the conversion of fuel to energy [23:35] How endurance athletes can consume proteins, fats, and carbs [29:08] The benefits of carb training [33:38] Metabolic flexibility [36:07] How to improve carb metabolism [40:40] Fasting for the endurance athlete [45:52] The best way to improve performance longevity [51:30] The best biohacking technique to get the best results [58:07] Nutritional ketosis   Notable quotes “Eating every three to five hours including carbohydrates, fats, and proteins in all the meals tends to be a good way to balance blood sugar.” “Cellular energy is the foundation of our health.” “As long as you are creating a little bit of stress, your body adapts to it and gets stronger and healthier as a result.”   Connect with us Jay Feldman Website: https://www.jayfeldmanwellness.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jfwellness/about/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jayfeldmanwellness/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jfwellness/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JayFeldmanWellness   Debbie Potts Website: https://debbiepotts.net/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thewholesticmethod/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lowcarbathlete/ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/thelowcarbathlete Twitter: https://twitter.com/thewholeathlete Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/lowcarbathlete YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC__1aTDqHjrbAOHcfne7kuQ   ***Thank you for listening to The Low Carb Athlete Podcast. We focus on discussing content to help you burn fats, improve health, increase performance in life and sport and transform the whole you from the inside out with The WHOLESTIC Method. Please consider leaving a review and sharing the podcast with your friends! Also, don't forget to follow us on social platforms*** Click the link below to get access to our new client specials https://debbiepotts.net/new-client-special/.    

The Secret Teachings
The Secret Teachings 8/8/22 - Unnatural Selection

The Secret Teachings

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 120:01


In 1928 Soviet scientists reanimated the five-sense of a severed dog head using a circulatory machine. Successful, they moved on to draining the blood from an incapacitated living dog which died for ten minutes. A dialysis-like machine then pumped blood back into the animal, triggering heart rate and respiration. Now scientists at Yale University have done something similar. In 2019 they reanimated dead pig brains with a machine called BrainEx, though they acknowledged there was no 'life'. On August 4, 2022, Yale scientists then brought pigs dead for an hour back to 'life' using a circulatory machine and a chemical sludge called OrganEx, which did not work in the control group of pigs. Cellular function was restored and the brain, liver, kidneys, and heart began functioning like normal. Beyond the moral and ethical questions of such experiments, tampering with life and death is a form of unnatural selection which takes the spirit and soul into little or no consideration. These are dark forms of scientific magic and modern necromancy.

Leap of Health
Migraines with Dr. Tanya Paynter

Leap of Health

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 70:49


Dr. Tanya Paynter graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor's Degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology and a minor in Inorganic Chemistry before attending medical school at Bastyr University. She graduated in 2012 with her Naturopathic Medical Degree and has been treating women with chronic migraines for almost a decade. Having suffered from chronic headaches herself for nearly 20 years, she has a God given calling to help women find a way to manage their migraines more effectively. She is the Founder of Migraine Mastery, a 24 week online program designed to significantly reduce migraines – our clients see an average migraine reduction of over 90% by the time they're done working with us. We want to help women better manage their symptoms so they can get back to saying “yes” to life!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tanyapaynterndFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/endmymigrainesYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MigraineMasteryAMigraineFreeLifeWebsite: www.migrainemastery.orgIf you want to connect and know more about me and my podcast: Leap of Healthyou can find me at :www.alexbalgood.comFacebook @AlxBalgood and @leapofhealthwithalexbalgoodInstagram @AlexbalgoodYoutube @AlexBalgoodBuy on Amazon Book: Parents, Our Greatest Teachers by Alex Balgood available on paper bag & kindle version and Barnes and Noble Books#alexbalgood, #alwaysmoving, #author, #creatingwealth, #gutbrain, #healer, #healeverything, #healing, #intuition, #intuitivehealing, #leapofhealthpodcast #healthyli, #livingmybestlife #quantumhealing , #nutrition, #nutritioncoach #massagetherapy, #nutritionistlife, #airquality, #FeldenkraisMethod, #healingslowly, # functionalmedicine, #fertility, #migrainesfree

Oncotarget
Does a Mechanism Linking Cellular Aging to Cellular Quiescence Exist?

Oncotarget

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 10:58


Listen to a blog summary of a trending research paper published by Oncotarget on July 28, 2022, entitled, "Diverse geroprotectors differently affect a mechanism linking cellular aging to cellular quiescence in budding yeast." ______________________________________ The mechanisms of cellular aging and cellular quiescence have been preserved throughout evolution. Cellular quiescence is a temporary state of cell cycle arrest and low metabolic activity. Importantly, quiescent (Q) cells maintain the ability to quickly activate and re-enter the cell cycle (in response to the appropriate stimuli). Recent research has shown that cellular quiescence may play a role in cellular aging. In a 2020 study, research findings indicated that the rate at which yeast cells age is determined by a complicated program that affects 1) when a state of quiescence is entered, 2) how long quiescence is maintained and 3) when the cell exits quiescence. Researchers found that caloric restriction (CR) (a geroprotective intervention) appears to remodel this program, and this remodeling could be responsible for the CR-dependent delay of yeast chronological aging. Thus, the researchers considered the question: Does a single mechanism exist which links cellular aging to cellular quiescence? “We have introduced a new yeast model for studying mechanisms linking cellular aging to cellular quiescence [109, 110].” In a new study, researchers (Anna Leonov, Rachel Feldman, Amanda Piano, Anthony Arlia-Ciommo, Jennifer Anne Baratang Junio, Emmanuel Orfanos, Tala Tafakori, Vicky Lutchman, Karamat Mohammad, Sarah Elsaser, Sandra Orfali, Harshvardhan Rajen, and Vladimir I. Titorenko) from Concordia University, Montreal, used a new yeast model to test their hypothesis that a mechanism exists linking cellular aging to cellular quiescence. On July 28, 2022, their research paper was published in Oncotarget and entitled, “Diverse geroprotectors differently affect a mechanism linking cellular aging to cellular quiescence in budding yeast.” Full blog - https://www.oncotarget.org/2022/08/05/does-a-mechanism-linking-cellular-aging-to-cellular-quiescence-exist/ DOI - https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.28256 Correspondence to - Vladimir I. Titorenko - vladimir.titorenko@concordia.ca Sign up for free Altmetric alerts about this article - https://oncotarget.altmetric.com/details/email_updates?id=10.18632%2Foncotarget.28256 Keywords - cellular aging, cellular quiescence, longevity, gerotargets, geroprotectors About Oncotarget Oncotarget is a peer-reviewed, open access biomedical journal covering research on all aspects of oncology. To learn more about Oncotarget, please visit https://www.oncotarget.com and connect with us: SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/oncotarget Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Oncotarget/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/oncotarget Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/oncotargetjrnl/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/OncotargetYouTube LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/oncotarget Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/oncotarget/ Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/user/Oncotarget/ Media Contact MEDIA@IMPACTJOURNALS.COM 18009220957

Patriot Games
Building a Game

Patriot Games

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 34:28 Very Popular


Patriot Games was designed to bring listeners on a journey, more reality show than podcast. This episode describes a key component of the show: how the “games” are played through the words of our game master, Derik Sherlund. Borrowing key concepts from games like capture the flag, the listener will start understanding how we move an operation from targeting to data acquisition through research and analysis to disseminating the results.  Warpath Coffee Creating gourmet coffee is what we do, our coffee provides customers with the ultimate satisfactionStratusX StratusX is a Cloud managed Cellular router. Perfect for remote employees, tourists, and students.Support the show

The Rx Bricks Podcast
Nephritic Syndrome

The Rx Bricks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 25:36


Looking for more information on this topic? Check out the Nephritic Syndrome brick. If you enjoyed this episode, we'd love for you to leave a review on Apple Podcasts.  It helps with our visibility, and the more med students (or future med students) listen to the podcast, the more we can provide to the future physicians of the world. Follow USMLE-Rx at: Facebook: www.facebook.com/usmlerx Blog: www.firstaidteam.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/firstaidteam Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firstaidteam/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/USMLERX Learn how you can access over 150 of our bricks for FREE: https://usmlerx.wpengine.com/free-bricks/ from our Musculoskeletal, Skin, and Connective Tissue collection, which is available for free. Learn more about Rx Bricks by signing up for a free USMLE-Rx account: www.usmle-rx.com You will get 5 days of full access to our Rx360+ program, including nearly 800 Rx Bricks.  After the 5-day period, you will still be able to access over 150 free bricks, including the entire collections for General Microbiology and Cellular and Molecular Biology.

Patriot Games
The Intelligence Community

Patriot Games

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 43:49 Very Popular


The Intelligence Community (IC) is made up of 18 elements that each focus on different aspects of a common mission. Dr. Sebastian Gorka has deep knowledge of the inter-workings of the IC. In this episode of Patriot Games, Dr. Gorka shares the who, what, when, why, and where of the IC. We learn what works and doesn't work as we seek to build the Ground Fusion Center.https://www.sebgorka.com/Warpath Coffee Creating gourmet coffee is what we do, our coffee provides customers with the ultimate satisfactionStratusX StratusX is a Cloud managed Cellular router. Perfect for remote employees, tourists, and students.Support the show

MRS Bulletin Materials News Podcast
Episode 14: Cardiac tissue cellular alignment programmed via bioprinting

MRS Bulletin Materials News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 5:08


In this podcast episode, MRS Bulletin's Sophia Chen interviews graduate student John Ahrens of Harvard University about challenges in bioprinting heart tissue. One challenge in particular is aligning the cells. Heart cells are narrow and rectangular in shape. In a natural heart, they line up in parallel to form aligned filaments. Those aligned filaments are built up into a larger tissue with more complex alignment. Cellular alignment correlates with heart function. The research team has programmed the bioprinter to make tissues that are aligned vertically, in a circular pattern, or in the shape of a chevron.  This study is published in Advanced Materials (doi:10.1002/adma.202200217). 

Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast
How Worry and Stress Affects You at the Cellular Level

Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 7:17


Chronic stress can be dangerous. Find out how stress, worry, and anxiety affect you at the cell level and what you can do about it. Check out Dr. Berg's Adrenal Stress Advanced Formula (with Ashwagandha):

UpliftFit Nutrition
Ep 157- The Thyroid Debacle - Why You Still Feel Hypothyroid & Cellular Hypothyroidism with Dr. Eric Balcavage

UpliftFit Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 39:38


Bringing Dr. Eric Balcavage back on to discuss his new book "The Thyroid Debacle" and chat about hypothyroidism, Hashimoto's, and cellular hypothyroidism. We go into the functional vs conventional/allopathic approaches & why your thyroid issues may not be healing! My Supplement Company: www.nourishwellco.com My info: My Website & Work with Me: www.upliftfitnutrition.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/faithandfit Twitter: www.twitter.com/laceyadunn Email for coaching & phone consults: laceydunn@upliftfitnutrition.com Order my book "The Women's Guide to Hormonal Harmony" on amazon! https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0578884127/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i1 Dr. Eric's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Thyroid-Debacle-Dr-Eric-Balcavage/dp/B0B31VDBSV Follow him: https://www.instagram.com/drericbalcavage/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/upliftfitnutrition/support

Ideas on Video Communications | Wireless | Cellular | Fiber Optics | IPTV | Video over IP
On TechTime with Nathan Mumm, Interview CTO of VidOvation, Jim Jachetta, on bonded cellular | Air Date 7/12/2022

Ideas on Video Communications | Wireless | Cellular | Fiber Optics | IPTV | Video over IP

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 55:54


On TechTime with Nathan Mumm, Micro-transactions for your car? Recent images from NASA reveal previously unseen regions of space. Amazon Prime Day review. Interview with the CTO of VidOvation, Jim Jachetta, on bonded cellular | Air Date 7/10 – 7/16/2022     Nathan Mumm: Well, now that we got our whiskey out of the way, […] The post On TechTime with Nathan Mumm, Interview CTO of VidOvation, Jim Jachetta, on bonded cellular | Air Date 7/12/2022 appeared first on VidOvation Corporation.

Patriot Games
Fusion Centers

Patriot Games

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 39:44 Very Popular


The buildout of the OPSEC fusion center is a critical step in creating actionable intelligence. Jeffery Prather has an extraordinary level of experience in this space. Major Prather is a retired Special Forces soldier who became the Chief of Global Operations for the DIA, a DEA Special Agent, and a whistleblower in the infamous Fast and Furious scandal. Guest: Major Jeffery Prather ( https://jeffreyprather.com )Warpath Coffee Creating gourmet coffee is what we do, our coffee provides customers with the ultimate satisfactionStratusX StratusX is a Cloud managed Cellular router. Perfect for remote employees, tourists, and students.Support the show

The Not Old - Better Show
#649 Cellular Wellness Now - Bill Rawls, MD

The Not Old - Better Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 37:28


Cellular Wellness Now - Bill Rawls, MD The Not Old Better Show Author Interview Series Welcome to The Not Old Better Show on radio and podcast.  Today's episode is brought to you by Archives.com,  Elysium Health, and Ka'Chava.  Check out our show notes today for more information about our sponsors, and please support the show by supporting our sponsors. Dear Not Old Better Show audience, our topic and guest today are exactly in line with your emails to me over the last year:  more health information, specifically wellness.  Our guest today, Bill Rawls, MD, will give you just that…a deep look at this subject as author of the excellent book, which I call a manual, titled: The Cellular Wellness Solution Bill Rawls, MD, a licensed physician for over 30 years, has dedicated his life to medicine. When a health crisis in his early forties abruptly changed his quality of life, he came face to face with the limitations of modern medicine and began to explore the vast possibilities of alternative treatments. Restoring his health through holistic and herbal therapies inspired him to share his discoveries on the importance of cellular wellness. Dr. Rawls's ambitions are HUGE to do this, and we'll hear that today: That, of course, is our guest today, author, physical, and wellness expert, Dr. Bill Rawls. Please join me in welcoming Dr. Bill Rawls to the Not Old Better Show on radio and podcast. My thanks to our sponsors today,  Archives.com,  Elysium Health, and Ka'Chava.  Check out our show notes today for more information about our sponsors, and please support the show by supporting our sponsors.  My thanks to you, our wonderful Not Old Better Show audience.  Remember, stay safe, everyone, and let's eliminate assault rifles.  Assault rifles are unnecessary and instill fear in our children and grandchildren in the very place they learn:  school.  Please let's do this.  And, please, let's talk about better.  The Not Old Better Show on radio and podcast.  Thanks, everybody, and we'll see you next time.  

Reshape Your Health with Dr. Morgan Nolte
132. How to Slow Cellular Aging through Hormesis with Dr. Sharon Bergquist

Reshape Your Health with Dr. Morgan Nolte

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 41:46 Very Popular


Dr. Sharon Bergquist joins the show to speak about the truth around aging and what many of us consider age-related diseases. Dr. Bergquist dives into how the aging process affects our muscles, physical wellbeing, and hormones. As we get older, many people experience issues with memory and forgetfulness. Dr. Bergquist describes what normal cognitive decline is and what isn't considered normal when it comes to brain function. Tune in as we chat about the importance of skin health, and Dr. Bergquist gives tips on slowing down the aging process through hormesis.Here's What We Cover in This Episode:The Truth About Aging and Age-Related Diseases Memory, Forgetfulness, and Aging: Is It Normal? Aging Changes In Body Shape: From Muscle Loss to Declining Hormones Does Sunscreen Slow Down The Aging Process? The Same Pathways That Lead To Aging Overlap With Chronic Disease AND MUCH MORE!Resources from this episode: Dr. Bergquist's Website: https://drsharonbergquist.com/Check out Emory Executive Health Center: https://www.emoryhealthcare.org/centers-programs/executive-health-center/index.htmlThe Whole Health Cure: https://thewholehealthcure.simplecast.com/Follow Dr. BergquistLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drsharonbergquist/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drsharonbergquist/CoachingIf you're ready to lose the weight for good, you've come to the right place!Join my online program, Zivli, to learn the science behind weight loss and habit change so you can lose weight, get healthy, and prevent disease. To learn more, go to https://www.zivli.com/join.Connect on Social>> Subscribe to My YouTube Channel>> Like My Facebook Page>> Follow Me on Instagram>> Connect on LinkedIn>> View My WebsiteSubscribe & Review in Apple PodcastsAre you subscribed to my podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don't want you to miss an episode. Click here to subscribe in Apple Podcasts.Now if you're feeling extra loving, I would be really grateful if you left me a review over on Apple Podcasts, too. Those reviews help other people find my podcast and they're also fun for me to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!

BetterHealthGuy Blogcasts
Episode #169: The Cellular Wellness Solution with Dr. Bill Rawls, MD

BetterHealthGuy Blogcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 107:25


Why You Should Listen:  In this episode, you will learn about how to tap into your full health potential with the science-basekd power of herbs. About My Guest: My guest for this episode is Dr. Bill Rawls.  As a licensed physician for over 30 years, Bill Rawls, MD has dedicated his life to medicine.  When a health crisis in his early forties abruptly changed his quality of life, he came face to face with the limitations of modern medicine and began to explore the vast possibilities of alternative treatments.  Restoring his health through holistic and herbal therapies inspired him to share his revelations on the importance of cellular wellness.  Today, he works to bring health and vitality to others as he helps them establish their own paths to wellness through modern herbology. Key Takeaways: Are the SOS signals released by cells similar in concept to the Cell Danger Response? What tools might be helpful in support of the mitochondria? How important is killing a bug as compared to immune modulation? How can cells be protected from becoming a microbes next meal? What tools are available to support autophagy? What herbs may be helpful in modulating the immune response? Can herbs be used with pharmaceuticals?  What interactions may need to be considered? What are some favorite adaptogens? How might Shilajit support health recovery? Do antimicrobial herbs negatively impact beneficial flora? What diet should one consider to improve health? What tools may support the body in dealing with EMFs? What approaches can support calming of the nervous system? What are collagen crunchers?  How might structural integrity be supported?  Connect With My Guest: http://CellularWellness.com Related Resources: RawlsMD.com VitalPlan.com Vital Plan has generously offered a 15% discount using code BETTERHEALTH15.  Limit one coupon per customer. Interview Date: July 14, 2022 Transcript: To review a transcript of this show, visit https://BetterHealthGuy.com/Episode169. Additional Information: To learn more, visit https://BetterHealthGuy.com. Disclosure: BetterHealthGuy.com is an affiliate of Vital Plan. Disclaimer:  The content of this show is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any illness or medical condition. Nothing in today's discussion is meant to serve as medical advice or as information to facilitate self-treatment. As always, please discuss any potential health-related decisions with your own personal medical authority. 

The Bledsoe Show
The Power of No with Mike & Max

The Bledsoe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 54:49


00:00.00 Max Shank Us folk who call up customer support not knowing what to do sometimes turning it off and on again solves the problem and that's pretty weird. 00:10.23 mikebledsoe Yeah I worked in I t in my late teens early 20 s and 9 times out of 10 that was the solution. So. 00:22.98 Max Shank I remember recently maybe like a year ago getting a new router installed and like a wireless thing a router and a modem I suppose and trying to understand how that shit works is. Really there's a lot of shit going on back and forth between a lot of different places with that little box. It's insane. Um, sadly, it's one of those things I really don't feel like I've made much progress on I feel like I made a little bit of progress learning about. 00:44.89 mikebledsoe Yeah. 00:50.27 mikebledsoe It. 01:02.30 Max Shank Computer coding plumbing that sort of thing. But as soon as you start getting into the the cell signals and the wireless linkups and where everything's going. It gets a little hard to follow. 01:14.10 mikebledsoe Yeah I think ah well the basis of troubleshooting to be a good troubleshoter. Is you just have to understand how the system works in the None place it is binary all the way through it's it. But anytime like when I help Ashley with something. 01:25.13 Max Shank Binary all the way through. Yeah, that's what's so interesting. 01:33.72 mikebledsoe Some type of troubleshooting thing. Ah, it's ah it's basically because she doesn't understand how the whole system works. You don't know if check this and then this and then this um but we had um, we had a loss of water in our house a couple months ago I call the I call the city all this stuff. Guy comes out tells me I just need to clean my you know the filters and my faucets. Whatever that didn't work and come to find out that my hot water heater has some type of sensor that gets triggered when I have heavy rain that turns off the hot water heater. So. 02:07.95 Max Shank Aha. 02:10.64 mikebledsoe And' have I had cold water I didn't have hot water but I didn't didn you figure it out but there was a part of the system in which I didn't even know existed that I ended up discovering because there was an alarm going off in my attic where the hot water heaters at and it was faint. 02:11.92 Max Shank Ah, hi yeah. 02:27.52 Max Shank Aha. 02:29.81 mikebledsoe So yeah, troubleshooting is an interesting thing if you don't if you don't know the system knows detail. It's going to be difficult to figure out what's going on but sometimes when you need the troubleshoot. That's when we figure out how something actually works. 02:43.18 Max Shank Well, it's like the Layman doesn't even know what to check? let alone how to fix it. He he doesn't even have a checklist. You know if you at least have a checklist then you can maybe start somewhere and I think that's how I approach fitness. It's a little bit mechanical. Still. 02:49.69 mikebledsoe Um. 03:03.20 Max Shank Um, I feel like I'm torn. A lot of the time between just telling people to like go hike and dance and if you occasionally carry something heavy while you're hiking and climb on stuff. It'll all work out and then there are other times where I think of ah, a checklist for ah daily. Um. Movements that you might want to focus on like roll bounce balance crawl climb carry rub squeeze shake these different like little things that you can just check off None at a time and I guess it's good. It works for different personality types. But it's funny how they're sometimes very analytical like none you have this topic you have these 3 movements per topic boom boom boom very regimented and then other times I'm like yeah if you bounce around and shake your arms out. You'll you'll move your lymph so you're not in this stagnant toxicity. 03:41.88 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 03:56.54 Max Shank And then ah you know throw £20 in a backpack and go hike and climb on some stuff and you'll be relatively good enough. Just go enjoy that. 04:03.12 mikebledsoe Yeah I think that um you know this brings out the topic for me is structure and flow and if you don't have enough structure in place then finding flow is gonna be like flow that actually works So There's people who you know. Ah I'll see people preaching online about intuitive eating and and I go that actually doesn't work until someone has done some pretty like I'm an intuitive eater but I've done a bunch of hardcore diets where I've restricted myself heavily and I. 04:36.72 Max Shank Right. 04:41.57 mikebledsoe Tuned into when my body needs something or doesn't need something but the only you know if you were living off ice cream bars and and snickerdooodles then he's triggered folks then. 04:49.68 Max Shank I Feel attacked. 04:58.55 mikebledsoe Like your your a ability to tap into what your body actually needs is is diminished and so I think the same thing happens with with fitness like you and I both have a really deep understanding of like we've gone through like really structured stuff for so long that we worked on stuff. We would not normally have worked on. But now that we have we can tell like when I go in the gym I go yeah I don't work this this skill or this part of my body feels weak like I need to I need to shore it up and and do some stuff but I'm preparing for a spartan race. And run the beast at the end of September by the way anyone I'm doing a spartan race doing the world championships in Tahoe September Twenty Fourth anyone who or yeah, love ta ha any excuse to go so I'm gonna run the race and. 05:36.85 Max Shank Is this a real story. You're gonna be doing a Spartan race. 05:45.60 Max Shank I was just there last week oh my god get out of here. 05:55.19 mikebledsoe Ceo of Spartan Joe Decenna he gave me an unlimited amount of free registrations for my friends who all want to run it with me. He said I could have 200 people if I want and so ah, by the way if anyone wants to go run that race with me the. 06:02.30 Max Shank Wow in Lake Tahill oh my god. 06:14.75 mikebledsoe Will be the strong coach team will be just Dm me I'll send you the links to to get registered and yeah I want to have like 200 people running that race. All of us start together finish together. 06:24.29 Max Shank Wow Same t-shirts on everybody like a excellent little ah tribe cult something or other I mean look it's a group. There are a lot of words for group Cult is a bit of a trigger word right. 06:33.17 mikebledsoe You know what? I just ordered a bunch of t-shirts we can do. Yeah yeah, yeah, yeah, our cult is the best and ah so we're. 06:42.69 Max Shank But that's what it is None rule in every cult. Our cult is the best thou shalt have no other cults or cult masters above me god the beakram yoga guy same same same rules. 06:50.53 mikebledsoe Yes. 06:55.33 mikebledsoe Ah, yeah, ah yeah, probably so I'm preparing for that race and I've run it a couple times with very little preparation I did okay but I noticed that every time I run the race. The thing that bothers me the most is my knees hurt the last. 07:04.11 Max Shank Or. 07:13.16 Max Shank Of. 07:14.60 mikebledsoe Quarter of it lot of downhill on rocks but I can make my knees stronger. There's things I can do to improve that My grip strength is definitely a limiter near the end. There's so much climbing so much picking and carrying things and um, like. 07:27.46 Max Shank Interesting I am. 07:34.39 mikebledsoe Overall cardio doesn't seem to be that big of ah a limiter I mean it it is but compared to just ah yeah, because near the end of the race you're picking up a None tire too. So you've run a dozen miles up and down hills carrying sandbags and buckets of sands and shit. 07:50.20 Max Shank The. 07:52.00 mikebledsoe And then it's like okay now flip this tire. So yeah, the the things I notice I'm like oh what I need to train for is I need to improve my grip strength endurance I need to improve my knee health and strength and I need to be able to pick up just heavy shit. And need to pick up something heavy every once in a while in in I say about three hundred pounds three hundred 08:11.78 Max Shank How heavy we talking I think it's I think it's a great topic that we just touched on here because it's nice to get practical because kind of like it. It all comes full circle. It's very similar to. Knowing how to make a great recipe so you go from a guy who just chops up the vegetables to the guy who's assembling everything together the line cook and then you got the head Chef who's doing you know flavor profiles and combinations and he's the artist and that kind of ties us back to that intuitive eating. 08:44.69 mikebledsoe Yeah. Yeah, yeah. 08:50.26 Max Shank You were talking about if you have no intuition to intuit like what the fuck are you doing like I've I've been really mindfully eating these twinkies and I'm really intuitively you know I feel like I could walk about None steps and burn these up that seems like a reasonable. Exchange you will never you I'm still surprised how efficient we are at utilizing at saving calories. Anyway. 09:13.33 mikebledsoe Yeah, what you can um ho that makes me think you can hone intuition and the only way to hone it is you got to be paying attention to the results. So so the twinkie 10 steps thing. It's a great idea. But say someone eats twinkies does ten steps day after day after day and they just get fatter and fatter. Then if you're paying you go? Oh well so the intuition is something that gets calibrated and it gets calibrated by results. So the people who lack intuition. 09:38.35 Max Shank Totally. 09:50.96 mikebledsoe I find just aren't paying attention to the results because if you're paying attention to the inputs and the outputs then you're going to be honing that intuition. But if you're not paying attention to those things then you'll never have it and you'll just suffer and struggle through life. 10:05.50 Max Shank Is it I think of it like intuition is a certain openness and then the way to hone it like you said is to take that intuition and harmonize it with your wisdom which is. 10:23.31 mikebledsoe You know. 10:23.90 Max Shank All the stuff that you've learned with respect to who you authentically are which which is some combination of your genes and your experiences and the weird stories you believe. But I think it's about harmonizing that like openness gut. Instinct Raw like Curiosity spark of inspiration. Whatever and then passing it through okay is this is this congruent on some level with what I have experienced and then from there having the openness to try something new or having the resolve to. Go is something that you have good experience with so ah, intuitive training is where I was going with it so we went intuitive cooking to eating to training now. 11:00.42 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, agreed but going back going back to Spartan Race and intuition and I I know that yeah yeah so now it's I know that I need to work on a handful of things if I want to enjoy myself on the race more I'll experience less pain and suffering I know I'm Goingnna finish. But how much pain how much pain am I going to finish it. So yeah, so. 11:18.67 Max Shank Oh. 11:29.90 Max Shank We all want that for you. 11:37.15 mikebledsoe Basically just start mapping it out and I have an idea for like what things I'm going to train on one day's but I'm not writing out the specific exercises and if I get to that day and I realize I still haven't recovered from this or that or whatever I'm making adjustments along the way. So I got ten weeks 11:37.78 Max Shank Um. 11:47.50 Max Shank Um, so so you'll so you'll have ten weeks until that I mean look I'll take any excuse almost any excuse to go back to Lake Tahoe ah although as a rule I typically only run when I'm chasing something or being chased could I be a chaser I feel like that's more my nature honestly. 12:05.13 mikebledsoe We can. We could make that work I think we should just find a really fast hot girl to run in front of you and. 12:17.96 Max Shank I'll catch her so fast. It will be game over I'll I'll run one fortieth of the race. Um, no, but so is your checklist then for. 12:26.31 mikebledsoe Oh. 12:34.75 Max Shank You're let's say you're like filling in the gaps right? And that's another thing I would love to talk about at some point is the difference in mentality between just fluffing up your ego and a few certain things versus really looking for like really looking for. Where you have the ability to improve right? Ah, it's It's a checkup. 12:54.71 mikebledsoe Well, that's why I run the spartan race every year I go to tahoe every fall and I run it. It's and it's an annual checkup I only have to go once a year and I know yeah. 13:04.31 Max Shank Um, Dr Spartan Doctor Spartan Dr Spartan says he fucking suck it hanging. 13:11.19 mikebledsoe Yeah, So it's like well it's a good check because there's very few skills that you're not going to practice out there. Um, So there's some that are going to be left off for sure. But in ah in a single day you're going to know a lot about yourself. And so I really love it for that. 13:30.39 Max Shank Well here's ah, here's a little phrase I like it's ah done today able tomorrow done today able tomorrow and it's kind of a shorter version of if you don't use it. You lose it. 13:39.60 mikebledsoe M. 13:49.53 Max Shank And ah, a positive version. So I'm guessing for your annual tahoe checkup that you do almost nothing related to the spartan race for about ten months and then you do two months of like. Very dedicated training for it is that would you say that's correct. 14:11.46 mikebledsoe Yeah, you're spot on. Maybe even let maybe more like eleven months typically this is is it's 10 weeks I'm I'm um, this is the most prepared I've gone in so far I even ran this past weekend. 14:17.24 Max Shank Ah, you did just say eight weeks so I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt. But. Are. 14:30.72 mikebledsoe And um I don't do that ah very often at all. 14:33.79 Max Shank I I feel like you have this knowing that you can do nothing activity wise and still finish that Spartan race. Yeah I see it. 14:46.24 mikebledsoe That's the problem. Yeah. 14:50.67 Max Shank I Wish you guys could see his face right now. 14:53.28 mikebledsoe Ah, ah. 14:56.80 Max Shank Ah I was just thinking strategically if I were going to recommend to someone how to prepare for such an experience. Ah it wouldn't be the way that you're talking about. It's far from optimal in terms of a progressive. 15:03.82 mikebledsoe No, no, no, it's definitely far from optimal. Yeah I Just want to not hurt I Want to see because last time my knees. 15:15.50 Max Shank Adaptation right? So but not that bad right? like like ten months off a year hey I think that's totally a fair trade quite honestly, it's. 15:23.31 mikebledsoe Yeah, like it's only one day of pain one one day of pain. Yeah. 15:33.36 Max Shank It would be a lot of hours throughout the year otherwise but let's say you train five days a week for the next ten weeks is that about right. 15:42.37 mikebledsoe Ah, we'll call it 4 But yeah, None is aggressive for me I'm ah I need a lot of time to recover. 15:45.15 Max Shank Um, okay, so none a lot I was just thinking though if instead of forty days out of sixty days if you did. Fifty two days out of none what the difference in bet because that would be once a week just thinking mathematically, that's probably what I would recommend somebody do. But then again the thing I really recommend is move around a little bit every day. Why wouldn't you. It's like. 16:04.20 mikebledsoe A. 16:18.66 mikebledsoe Do yeah well I already do that. So that's why the that's why I liked. That's what I do I I move nice and easy every day and then when it comes to something like this do some sports specific training ramp it up. 16:21.87 Max Shank It's like you get to make it's like you get to make deposits and compound daily instead of weekly. E. 16:36.26 mikebledsoe And then I go back to being lazy. It's great. Definitely not running too far. 16:38.76 Max Shank And not running too far I can I can run after a tennis ball or like a soccer ball or frisbee or something like that. But when it's like hey just run over there. Part of me is like why. 16:51.93 mikebledsoe Yeah I like to I like to eat a little bit of mushrooms at the starting line and hang. You know it's a time to hang out with my friends in nature. That's that's really the way to go don't tell Joe that I do that the start of his race. 17:01.50 Max Shank Nice and it. 17:08.64 mikebledsoe Take performance enhancing mushrooms. 17:09.54 Max Shank Yeah I won't tell him on our public podcast. 17:14.44 mikebledsoe This is the members only section. What do you want to talk about today up out showing the nipple. 17:17.25 Max Shank Oh there's the members only section hang on that's the nipples Lefty writing. Okay, if you have a formula that works you stick with it. 17:31.47 mikebledsoe That's right, still don't have the membership side up you but we'll get there. Um, it's probably good that have a number of these banked since they' probably 15 toy minutes piece ah topics for today 1 um. 17:33.80 Max Shank Perfect. It's coming. 17:46.73 mikebledsoe 1 that is on top of my mind is ah I don't know that's what fit in maybe this will be just good for the members only to to hear but my brother is currently in Washington d c on trial for January six yeah Yeah 18:03.10 Max Shank Bumbom bum. 18:05.51 mikebledsoe He is according to some bumbling idiots a domestic terrorist that is a very scary phrase. 18:11.77 Max Shank Oh good God That's a scary phrase I've hey ah you're you're breaking up I I can't be seen talking to you anymore I'm out of here. 18:20.31 mikebledsoe Um, ah anyways, yeah, um, he he got caught up in the crowd that walked into the the ah was it called the capitol building and ah. 18:31.80 Max Shank Point life. 18:39.49 mikebledsoe Yeah I was. 18:40.18 Max Shank I'm sure that happened exactly the way they say it happened right? Sure it happened. However, folks say it happened come on I Hope he's okay I hope it works out. Okay for him. 18:44.99 mikebledsoe Whoever they are. Yeah, yeah, yeah, so it. So that's he's in good spirits. He's um, yeah, he's my mom's up there with him and it's It's hard of my mom. That's the worst part. 19:02.20 Max Shank Oh yeah. 19:02.80 mikebledsoe Because I my brother. He's even my brother hat here's the thing is everything that I know that if justice prevails he walks away scott free but I don't yeah, we're not witnessing justice and you know that the United States department of justice. 19:08.60 Max Shank Ah, but. 19:22.89 mikebledsoe Doesn't It's like the opposite of that. So. 19:23.60 Max Shank That was a big weight off my shoulders when I stopped expecting Justice to happen and then getting frustrated when it didn't now it's more like if it does I'm pleasantly surprised but I kind of have this understanding that it's a doggy dog world and some people use. 19:28.18 mikebledsoe Um, to bonus. 19:41.99 Max Shank Dicks and some people use language and really people are just trying to help some help each other out fuck each other over dog eat dog. Whatever it's fine like but don't don't live your life expecting like oh that's not fair. Someone should make this fair. It's like yo don't don't expect that. 19:59.20 mikebledsoe That's you're gonna be miserable if you think if you want things to be fair. 20:01.74 Max Shank I lived that I lived that life a man in search of Justice got fucking idiot. 20:06.71 mikebledsoe Ah, yeah, so that's going on this week so I'm going to be I'm lucky that I'll be spending the majority of my time this week hunting. So I won't be cut up and I'll be off off grid for a few days. 20:19.51 Max Shank A. 20:24.50 mikebledsoe I mean I wish I could do something support him I Really don't have any like he's kind of like where he's at. There's not really much I can do at this point. So. 20:33.49 Max Shank There's a lot of situations like that where people say what's going on. You really have nothing to add. You're like I guess talk to an attorney and no one else and don't say anything and that's it like what else can you do. 20:43.74 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, um, yeah, have no idea. So yeah, that's an interesting thing So I'll be I'll be witnessing that and probably getting messages through the family text message thread. Yeah. 20:47.64 Max Shank Yeah. 20:56.21 Max Shank While while you're hunting What are you hunting for. 21:01.54 mikebledsoe Wild boar. So um. 21:02.71 Max Shank And your true self. 21:07.64 mikebledsoe My truest self I ought for sure. So yeah I don't know that really I mean that's not really a topic I think I part I already said everything that there is but it's all my mind. So no. 21:10.13 Max Shank Ah. 21:18.38 Max Shank Um, definitely something on your mind though Yo that's a man, especially for your mom too. That's tough. 21:28.20 mikebledsoe Yeah, real tough. Well he he also has 2 daughters. So yeah, yeah, it's ah. 21:32.20 Max Shank Oh my God they opened the door for him did he knock down a door. No come on you walk through a door. What's the big deal. 21:40.83 mikebledsoe No, no, they walked through a door that police officers were holding open. There's it's ah it's pretty ridiculous. That's and it's ridiculous. 21:52.12 Max Shank Yeah, that's what I mean it's like let some lawyer do that I realize it's like ah mathematics is so that you can explain more with less and law is so you can explain less with more. It's like the exact opposite. 22:08.38 mikebledsoe Yeah. 22:12.40 Max Shank Of the language of the universe. It's such a fucking cluster fuck. It's disgusting that that's where my shadow self comes out. It's like oh let's just skin those fuckers alive for abusing the language to rape the people. 22:17.11 mikebledsoe It's it's disgusting. 22:24.68 mikebledsoe Yeah, well if you if you're initiating violence then I think that it's in who are you know whoever is experiencing the violence from somebody else has a right to defend themselves and I think what we have is a bunch of people who've twisted up some words that. 22:37.36 Max Shank Hundred percent 22:43.76 mikebledsoe And then convinced these people who are supposed to be peace officers to go conduct violence and it's ah it's really frustrating. It's really frustrating situation. Yeah, it is outrageous. Yeah. 22:50.10 Max Shank Um, it's outrageous. Yeah I mean it all depends what you compare it to like before the King could just say off with his head and you're like huh This is I get this is better than that for sure like it's way better for a lot of reasons. But. 23:04.58 mikebledsoe It is better than that. Yeah, the the principles the same. The principle is the same. Yeah. 23:09.48 Max Shank You know, still you got to hold the line on some level right? and I think that's what you and I that's kind of what you and I talk about right is it's not that like we want to help people free themselves like I often say I don't want to be your mama like I don't want to control anybody I don't want to be responsible for them either. Like I don't think that's a ah good trade. That's what makes these folks who think they know best for everybody their existence So sad is they believe that at some point they will finally feel safe or good enough or whatever when they tell enough other people what to do with their meddling ways. But. You know it's just never enough and they're always feeling totally um at odds or at War within the present Moment. It's pretty fucked up actually. 23:56.63 mikebledsoe It makes and makes it for those of us folks that just mind our own business. Just yeah, it can be irritating. But if you get really good at mining your own business. They usually leave you alone. 24:10.64 Max Shank Yeah I would agree with that I think ah like most people that just leave alone I mean minus like the the fractional. Slavery that we all participated but there are positive aspects undeniably. So It's done horribly bad but there are positive aspects so you like got to keep that optimism though. Maybe no no opt fuck man. 24:24.00 mikebledsoe Um, yeah. 24:34.10 mikebledsoe Yeah, maybe we'll see yeah walk. Yeah. 24:41.37 Max Shank If you have no optimism you just don't do anything. That's that's the line is if you don't feel like there's a hope or belief for something positive in the future. Even if it's like I'm going to paint a picture later make ah sausage macaroni and cheese. You know you you got to have some. Ah. 24:58.57 mikebledsoe Yeah, what I I think I think the reality of it is is like we we look at the entire system and it's and it's really gross, but the what I look at like the the way we got here is because people didn't stand on principle. 25:00.71 Max Shank Belief or hope for the future. 25:17.49 mikebledsoe Ah, long time ago and so this thing is blood so far in and if you try to take it back on principle all the way back to where it should be to where the consent you know I give consent or not if you take it all the way back to the principle which is what happens is people snap out of it and go oh my God I never gave consent. 25:24.37 Max Shank Um, right. 25:35.44 Max Shank Right. 25:37.19 mikebledsoe And ah, you know they realize they're being rape and they then they go Oh I'm going to draw the line back where it should be and that's jarring like Society Society has a really hard time going adjusting to where things should be. 25:47.86 Max Shank Right. Oh Man So true. 25:54.97 mikebledsoe And yeah, so we got to like when I look at I go. How do we like stare step this thing back gradually the same way it got in which is going to be way harder to do than how we got here. It's kind of like losing weight so much easier to get fat. 26:10.27 Max Shank Yo you know what? it's like it's exactly like someone finally drawing boundaries with another person and the person who has been infringing on the boundaries unknowingly. 26:20.20 mikebledsoe Right. 26:27.67 Max Shank Because that None person has not been drawing those boundaries. They're totally shocked. They're like whoa this is a completely different person because it's such a big separation from that false ah boundary that you had that false front. Um. 26:40.91 mikebledsoe Yeah I what do you want? Do the show today. You want to do boundaries I know if we did boundaries or not yet. 26:48.35 Max Shank Ah, probably I mean I think the the power of no is like None of my favorite none principles concepts and um, ah. Feel like I almost drone on about that all the time but that's almost the only important thing is like can you say no and then can you can you hear No the no callous. Um I don't know if that's a full topic but we could talk about tahoe. 27:15.30 mikebledsoe Yeah, all right I like that the power of no, we don't have to go. You know we have to go like an hour hou hour hou hour fifteen every time we can just say the power of no and we got the. 27:31.38 Max Shank Have we done the power of no before. 27:31.97 mikebledsoe This section which is almost a half hour already I don't think so I don't remember writing that one down. Yeah. 27:37.43 Max Shank Ah, okay, well let's let's try a power of no slash like tahoe. Yeah, sure. 27:44.79 mikebledsoe Yeah, all right? you want can get off. 27:52.65 Max Shank Oh you mean like right now. Okay hey everybody welcome back to Monday mornings with max and Mike Today we're gonna talk to you about the power of no and the power of 1 of the most beautiful places ever. Lake. 27:53.70 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, like right now. 28:12.56 Max Shank Tahoe on the border of Nevada and California thanks for tuning in everybody mikey. Thanks for joining me again. 28:19.00 mikebledsoe of course. of course so um we're going to get that power of no, but yeah, just a quick quick note I will be arriving in tahoe the week of September Twenty four to run a spartan race. 28:26.98 Max Shank Are. 28:36.90 mikebledsoe And anybody who wants to join me. They get a free registration Joe Decena the Ceo of Spartan Race basically gifted us as many registrants as we want. So if you want to run the race with me shoot me up in the Dms and ah I'll be prepping for that I don't know if I'll be posting my training. Ah, hate posting training online but people fucking. Love it. 28:57.25 Max Shank I want to see tupper wares fully your food all lined up in a row for this I want to see you get serious like 1 of those like actual you know, athlete folks. Ah. 29:11.60 mikebledsoe I I kind of enjoy I enjoy that I don't have to do that and I'll still beat some of those people like I remember I remember. 29:20.57 Max Shank Um, oh yeah, we know? ah. 29:26.24 mikebledsoe Remember 4 was it four years ago I was running the race and I had ah None my buddies with me and 1 of the guys he bought and sold cannabis for a living so he may or may not have been classified as a drug dealer now we halfway through the race. My edible. Was wearing off and I was like oh no I'm feeling sober and he looks over and pulls out a little plastic wrapped joint and whips it out on the trail we blaze it halfway through gets me through the end of the race and um. 29:55.36 Max Shank Wow. Um, how long is this race. Oh a spartan race is eighteen miles holy god 30:03.46 mikebledsoe Eighteen miles well they have different links but this 1 is eighteen miles with four thousand feet of elevation climb. So. 30:15.96 Max Shank Sounds horrible. 30:18.84 mikebledsoe Yeah, it's pretty largerous and you're gonna do a swim at the top. It's it's like ° at this pond at the top of the hill they say 21 k but it could be as long as some years. It's longer than others but the year they. 30:22.68 Max Shank Jesus None obstacles for this spartan race. Um, good god. 30:35.26 mikebledsoe The year that they told me it was gonna be thirteen miles and end up being 18 Ah so at least well it's 30 obstacles. So it's we'll say it's thirteen miles so hop marathon plus thirty obstacles. 30:42.96 Max Shank Dude, that's that's like a None marathon at least is what we're talking. We're talking about a None marathon. 30:52.92 Max Shank Oh. 30:54.39 mikebledsoe Where you're carrying heavy things up and down the mountain. Ah, you know, maybe a hundred to two hundred yards at a time. So it's. 30:58.73 Max Shank Wow I'm interested to look into the obstacles a little bit more it sounds exciting but it doesn't sound like what I would want to actually do it. It does seem more fun. 31:12.67 mikebledsoe Yeah I mean that's why I. 31:17.99 Max Shank Then a race I saw that went through Death Valley 120 or something miles finished started in Death Valley hottest place in the world and then finished at the base of Mount Whitney in California and I just happened to we just drove through it. On the way back from tahoe and we saw these ah skeletons covered in ah bright white underarmor clothing from head to toe stumbling. It was just I was just thinking I can't think of a worse. Ah, athletic event than. Ah, hundred plus mile run through Death Valley that's obscene to me amazing that we can do it amazing that people can push to that limit. 31:57.25 mikebledsoe Yeah, it's tough. It's tough. It is obscene. Yeah, yeah, but yeah, well anyways, yeah, a few years ago I ran the race. We peeled off smoke the joint and there were half the people running by were jealous and the other half were disgusted. 32:21.87 Max Shank Yeah I think it'll be a different percentage now. Probably I think less discussed more more jealousy. It's one of those things. 32:23.28 mikebledsoe That we would do such a thing during a race.. What do you think?? What do you think it's going to be probably probably people people are having to learn how to enjoy themselves and the people that are gonna come out in race right now. Probably. Ah, a little bit looser. 32:46.89 Max Shank I'm surprised that ah Spartan had that many prudes Anyway I think it's more of a judgment call because I bet there are a bunch of booze bags judging that right. 32:53.20 mikebledsoe I Don't you know I don't know I don't think so I think a lot of them are pretty clean. 32:58.29 Max Shank I Mean not personally like you know I'm not into kink shaming like whatever you want to do coffee ah cocoa puffs like that's a cereal right? Coco puffs like chocolate Chocolate Mu Balls essentially. 33:15.61 mikebledsoe It's a it's a dessert disguised as a breakfast. 33:17.67 Max Shank But food is drugs. Coffee is drugs alcohol is drugs weed is drugs you might as well take something that's going to make your endurance better I mean that's that's definitely something right? That's what you're talking about that's what weed's for endurance. Wow. 33:30.70 mikebledsoe That's what the weeds for yeah oh yeah, for sure. Yeah, um, t hc binds the same receptor as ah, the name of it is eskating me but it's up. It's it's what causes the runners high and so Tc binds are the same one so you basically fall into that groove a lot sooner and the more time you spend in that groove the better your endurance is going to be because your nervous system is in a rhythm and it's. 33:48.80 Max Shank 1 34:03.29 Max Shank Um. 34:04.90 mikebledsoe It's calm and you're breathing really well and so ah, yeah, cannabis is ah you know amongst the people who know about it. There's a lot of endurance athletes who use it and it's it's great for that. Not great for picking up something heavy None time or moving incredibly fast. But for for repetitive motion over a long period of time. It's ah it's a wonderful substance. 34:31.63 Max Shank Um, definitely an endurance performance enhancer. 34:36.51 mikebledsoe Yeah, one of my favorite things to do when I was living in California was eating edible wait an hour and then just go run on the beach until I got tired I like go run on the beach I'd get tired I'd go swimming I'd run a little more go swimming crawl around. 34:53.80 Max Shank Um, sounds pretty complex and scientific ah program design there. Ah. 34:53.88 mikebledsoe Ah, was fucking weird about there. 35:03.81 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, um, you do we want to get in the power of no. 35:09.15 Max Shank Yeah, because you need to set some boundaries so that you can make your spartan race training a little bit more serious none of this like I'm going to sit on my ass for ten months and then just train for two months we need. We need to set boundaries. For spartan training year-round. It's time for you to take this seriously. 35:30.56 mikebledsoe Yeah, Well I Think what you're getting at is you know when I when I think about boundaries and the power of no like boundaries is your ability to say no and there's internal boundaries and then external Boundaries. So Most people I find that I get ah angry when I. When I cross my internal boundaries I might project that out on somebody else, but the yeah the internal boundaries I got to tell myself no to staying up late when I know I'm gonna train the next day I gotta be able to tell myself no to eating that donut or whatever it is and. 36:00.44 Max Shank On here. 36:07.55 mikebledsoe That can be really really difficult. But I think that at the core of that is really good I'm surrounded by good stuff. It's um, it's unfair. 36:08.92 Max Shank Especially if the stuff is really good like like saying no to broccoli is way easier than saying no to crack probably probably I think ah. 36:18.94 mikebledsoe Yeah I. Oh Man I Once had a friend who had tried crackout and he was like dude you should definitely try it because it's so good and don't know like make sure you don't know where to get more because you'll go get more. Oh go. Okay. 36:43.00 Max Shank Um, I mean he clearly doesn't think you're a very good detective but like you have this mind altertering experience. That's like nothing you've ever had and you're. 36:43.61 mikebledsoe That sounds like I'm not going to try it. Yeah. 37:00.30 Max Shank Willingness to do some detective work to find someone is like 0 I mean you could find crack. 37:02.96 mikebledsoe That's what you got like have someone drop you off on a desert island for like a week and then you know hit it on the first day. So I think that's the way that's how you have to go. 37:11.92 Max Shank Um, how to do crack by Mike Blood so how to ah. 37:17.74 mikebledsoe Um, but yeah, going back to the boundaries. The no is like telling yourself no is basically parenting yourself most people don't have good internal boundaries and they do a bunch of shit that they know that if they let children do that same thing. They would be doing that child a disservice. 37:41.20 Max Shank I've heard that when you can parent yourself is when you are considered an adult. That's one definition that I like of it I'm I'm not there yet myself. Um. 37:46.79 mikebledsoe Yep. Um, that's a definition I like to run around with. 37:56.50 Max Shank With everything ah or or or am I I mean something I think about is like you're really just making bets cost benefit analysis. So as long as you're getting what you want out of it. That's. 37:56.51 mikebledsoe No, not with everything I think it's a lifelong thing adulting. 38:15.15 mikebledsoe Yeah, and over time though. 38:15.58 Max Shank It's all good like do I drink too much coffee. That's that's a question I've been thinking about lately because I drink a lot of coffee maybe like four four ah diluted cups a day. 38:22.32 mikebledsoe Why have you been thinking about it. 38:30.70 mikebledsoe So what? What? What? What? Why could that? be bad for you. 38:33.12 Max Shank Pour in oh I have no idea I mean I've I've read into like some of the reasons why but I just wonder if it's if it's worth being such a regular part of the routine and and there's not really ah, a clear and definitive answer on it. 38:49.00 mikebledsoe I think that coffee was popularized as a healthy thing by bulletproof Dave Asprey did a really good job of making it. Okay, um oh yeah. 39:00.88 Max Shank Um, you think so I thought I thought it was like reasonably healthy before. 39:06.71 mikebledsoe Um I don't think it was held on the same pedestal I mean it's considered like a health product. At this point if you buy the right coffee you're drink you're drinking the smart intelligent healthy coffee. But if you drink the other coffee. You're just a. 39:14.91 Max Shank In. 39:20.99 Max Shank Um, well, it's like how about smart water. How about that brand Are you kidding me as Genius The bottles are very liked by hikers because they're pretty sturdy and very lightweight but we were thinking about the branding of smart water. 39:25.66 mikebledsoe Yeah, muggle. 39:31.57 mikebledsoe Blew it away. 39:40.92 Max Shank That that takes a lot of balls right? Smart I mean you would think someone must have thought of that before but look at that smartwater the smart coach. 39:48.50 mikebledsoe Maybe maybe I should have called my business. The smart coach instead of the strong coach. 39:58.97 Max Shank I Mean technically that's more what you would want. 39:59.00 mikebledsoe Ah, the smart Coach fuck. 40:03.36 Max Shank You just have you just have pictures of these like really buff idiots. Ah I ah man. Okay, so look boundaries being able to say no. 40:12.35 mikebledsoe Ah, er. 40:23.30 Max Shank To yourself is that's basically wisdom right? because you're not going purely off instinct and we talked a little bit about intuition and instinct in the pre-show today right? Well, there's a pre-show and you'll see my nipples. 40:34.10 mikebledsoe Ah, we didn't mention the pre-show. 40:42.69 Max Shank I at least show them on camera. So if you're listening, you'll know when they're there and we talk about some pretty cool stuff I liked the pre-show today. 40:50.17 mikebledsoe Yeah, the pre-show was loaded with good content today and and personal sharing information. so yeah yeah yeah so um at some point. 40:59.95 Max Shank That's true. There was some good personal sharing. It's like a little therapy session for all of us there. 41:07.75 mikebledsoe The bloodsideher dot Com I'll have a link set up so that you can get access to the ah the membership site which will be donation based. That's all all back to boundaries. 41:13.65 Max Shank Um, Boom back to boundaries boundaries with yourself say no to drugs such a funny phrase right? I mean that's why I always love coffee as the example, right? they're they're talking about like crack and that stuff. Um. Being able to say no to other people is not a skill that everyone has. They're really concerned that people won't like them anymore if they draw the boundary they actually want and what's funny is sometimes that's true because you're growing up. People are pretty immature. And then you're an adult and people are still pretty immature and if you do something that someone doesn't like they'll treat you different. So It's normal that you would try to be either accommodating or more dominating in order to get.. It's like whatever ah strategy you learned. And so if you're one of the accommodating Types. You're going to feel really nervous to say no to people and I can I can take a lot to get back into the rotation and like I said earlier the people who you draw those boundaries with suddenly are going to feel ah like whiplash. 42:14.92 mikebledsoe Yeah. 42:29.12 mikebledsoe Yeah, the um yeah, you're you're when you set a new boundary or you know, maybe it's a boundary that you've had internally that you've never communicated and then you say you know what I'm going to communicate this boundary right now and people. 42:29.30 Max Shank There's gonna be a shock. 42:48.33 mikebledsoe Are expecting you to behave a certain way and when you verbalize a boundary for the None time you break that expectation and when people expect something to happen and it doesn't happen. They get they get attached to whatever story that. They have you in and when you when you fuck that story up by setting a new boundary. They yeah is really interesting how they might respond I think that's one of those things where ah that I've learned through a lot of the personal development work I've done is. I I might come out of a workshop and go. Oh Yeah I I have not been I discovered this boundary I've had I haven't been communicating it and then now my homework is to go communicate it and the process of and it takes a lot of courage to do that because the process of of. The unknown like by doing that you're stepping into the unknown you have no idea how the other person is going to respond and it's going to cause that person some level of stress consciously or or subconsciously and that's to me the practice of surrender is really. Saying what's true for you and then just again, we go back to paying attention paying attention to what how people respond to that and then adjust from there but there's no way to predict how someone's gonna ah respond to a new boundary I say most of the time when I'm. When I have a worst case scenario in my head about how someone's gonna respond to me. It almost never comes True. It's like that. The anticipation of how this person might respond to this is way worse. 44:31.54 Max Shank Right. Well I've been holding back a lot. Actually I don't want to hurt your feelings you seem sensitive to me. Ah, all joking aside, um I agree with you completely. 44:43.47 mikebledsoe Ah I am very sensitive. Yeah. 44:55.10 Max Shank I think that when you are used to being accommodating and I'm not saying it's bad to be accommodating, but basically you fall into what I call a predictable strategy. It's just a predictable strategy or predictable plan. I learned that if I do this thing then I get this response and like you were saying we prefer that known pain or discomfort of not being true to ourselves to the unknown of holy fuck will will this person say that they hate me will they tell me to go fuck myself if i. Draw the boundary that I actually want to draw and there's even that that Mark Twain quote because I know you're big fan of Twain. He said that his tailor was the only reasonable man he ever met because he took my measurement new each time while everybody else. Measured me against who I was and I always thought that was a really nice None expectations not being met is kind of the root of all disappointment necessarily right? So people get mad when their expectations are not met. They get sad and their expectations are not. Matt but really, it's just an attachment to this future outcome and if you can get curious about the future to me. That's the best forward thinking mentality because it has a little bit of. Joy a little bit of excitement and it also kind of I think harmonizes the relationship with the unknown a little bit. It makes it a little more of a positive thing like when you say oh the storms can be unpredictable. You're like whoa. It's like a scary unknown almost. But. You're like I'm curious to see um, what the what the weather is like tomorrow. It feels very different. Yeah, so basically you're. 46:53.82 mikebledsoe Very different energy. 47:01.72 Max Shank By not drawing your boundary. You're admitting that you're attached to the response of the other person and and you think that is actually more valuable in your cost benefit analysis than saying what you really feel which would be drawing a boundary. 47:06.14 mikebledsoe Yeah. 47:17.71 mikebledsoe Saying No yeah I think I think um, ah yeah, big big part of the the pinch we're in in the world right? now is a lack of people I think sought out. 47:21.19 Max Shank Yeah, it's pretty big. It's big month. 47:37.55 mikebledsoe To be to to harmonize and to not rock the boat and so there's kind of like a death by a thousand cuts is like oh you know what? because values and boundaries go hand in hand this um that this value has been. You know I'm doing something or going along with something. It's not really in alignment with my values but it seems like the rest of the group want Yeah yeah, yeah. 48:02.98 Max Shank The greater good the greater good the greater good. It's same old story man the great the greater good. You can convince people of just about anything if it's for some sort of greater. Good. 48:18.58 mikebledsoe Um, how vague is the greater good like when people say the greater good. 48:24.13 Max Shank What's more vague. Nothing is more vague. The great or bad I mean like it's It's a ridiculous phrase. It's this. It's this totally. Um, unscientific assumption that if you concentrate the decision making. 48:30.22 mikebledsoe It's a ridiculous phrase. 48:41.76 Max Shank To this guy. It'll be overall better off and we still don't know demonetized here. We come de you monetized. We still don't know if our ah emergency break reaction to whatever the fuck has been going on the last couple of years actually is better than doing literally nothing other than saying hey if you ah if you want to stay home. You can we? We don't know which would have been better and I'm not saying that would have been better but historically speaking. Ah. Bureaucrats usually make things about None to None times worse with what they do than if they had just done nothing and let people figure it out through consensual exchange. 49:34.70 mikebledsoe No yeah, the the but I think the greater good thing is also interesting is I don't think most people see it as ah, giving control to a centralized group of people or individual. It's.. It's like um, it's when they say like they you know they say they're not even talking about an individual.. There's this.. There's this ominous so that's how I know that someone believes in God is when they they say things like the greater good like there's some. Magical being and my definition of God is different. But when I I run I Run I run into atheists all the time that believe in a in a being a magical being that knows what's the best for everybody and so. 50:12.34 Max Shank So so it's like a unifying idea for you. Ah. 50:27.56 Max Shank Um, does this magical being have a name. 50:28.79 mikebledsoe But they're not. They're not even um, well it's it's probably whoever their favorite anchor is on the news or the you know or the newspaper that's in the the blue package the blue. 50:38.59 Max Shank Here. 50:47.93 mikebledsoe Rapper the New York Times you know as long as the New York Times said it you know now. Yeah, so it's like late they actually they they actually don't have. There's no end of they're not. They're not in recognition that they're even giving power to an individual because there's this. 50:52.94 Max Shank I see Yeah so I God is like. 51:06.74 mikebledsoe There's this mass media machine that is is spitting out this narrative and so anything. That's not that isn't for the greater good like that's that's in service of the greater. Good. So The fact that I think it's it's ah it's an interesting little trap that people find themselves in is because they're. Saying it's for the greater. Good. They believe it's for the greater good but they don't actually they're not I don't think most of those people are in recognition that they're giving power to a centralized control of people who who may not actually be that informed or that Um, what's the word I'm looking for. 51:27.67 Max Shank Right. 51:45.43 mikebledsoe Altruistic You know they they they believe that the people are doing the best they can. They're like them. That's that's the most that that's the they're like me. It's a lack of it's ah it's an inability for things like empathy. So the people who feel as though they're the most empathetic. 51:45.60 Max Shank Um, right like them this they're like me. 52:03.49 mikebledsoe Are usually the least empathetic because their their empathy is the projection of themselves instead of recognizing that people are different. 52:08.20 Max Shank Well, it's elevation through depression like you have these victims and that elevates you you put yourself as the hero you have to put them as the victim. That's why I don't want to be anybody's savior. It's It's not a cool role. 52:22.92 mikebledsoe No. 52:25.11 Max Shank You know you don't want to be victims I don't want to be a hero just be a guy I think the way you're thinking of God a phrase struck me. It's intrinsic belief or intrinsic believability and that's kind of what God is. Like who who's your God is who you trust without really understanding. There's no reason to a lot of people worship money kind of like God or Worship. Um the state as a God Yeah yeah. 52:54.10 mikebledsoe It's probably the biggest God I know of yeah, well when I say the biggest I mean the majority of the population is it. Worships money anything. 53:02.46 Max Shank Way more people believe in money than believe in a Christian Catholic or whatever like any one of those. 53:09.00 mikebledsoe Yeah, anyone well any any Christian like 99% of christians believe more in money than they do they do in the Christian god. 53:17.72 Max Shank Oh snap smackdown. 53:22.32 mikebledsoe Do you spend more time thinking about money or do you spend more time thinking about God where whatever you wherever you spend wherever you spent your attention is what you worship and that is your god. 53:27.19 Max Shank Oh My God roasted I think you're probably right. Let he who is without Sin cast The None stone. 53:41.81 mikebledsoe He. 53:43.20 Max Shank Let he who is without sin cast the None stone. Oh you're you're calling out these non-believing christians for their lack of true faith right? they're they're pretending 53:47.12 mikebledsoe Was was that in reference to. 54:02.15 Max Shank They're pretending to love their religion but really they love money way more and they're not open and honest about that. 54:04.93 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, it's a it's a it's a something that makes people feel better about themselves. 54:11.44 Max Shank Oh yeah, I mean and I think ah in many cases I've seen religion be super constructive for some people. So yeah. 54:18.39 mikebledsoe I Think it's I think it's constructed for most people I think most people lack order in their lives. They they do want someone else to tell them what to do how to live their life. Most people have zero moral compass. Ah. 54:31.50 Max Shank Ah, but they don't do it at the barrel of a gun right? I Think that's what I like better about religion is it still giving you structure for the flow kind of what we were talking about before ah you need to have that structure for the flow. 54:37.10 mikebledsoe They're not. 54:48.14 mikebledsoe And what you're saying is it's voluntary. 54:50.62 Max Shank Um, yeah, it's consensual. It's consensual is awesome baby. Nothing's hotter than consent I think it's pretty cool. 54:58.63 mikebledsoe The the yeah yeah, what I what I think is funny. Is you got a bunch of ah I was in a conversation last night about ah blue states versus red states and getting in the conversation now. 55:12.25 Max Shank In like a fight. It would be no contest be over so quick. Can you imagine if we just reverted to like an all out battle every 4 years. Amazing. 55:17.51 mikebledsoe Um. 55:23.40 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, ah the yeah. 55:30.83 Max Shank Who we'd be more civil. The rest of the year too if we could just get it out. Not quite purge. Love not not purge like you know you get in the ring. You take a few punches with boxing gloves on. 55:34.76 mikebledsoe Like ah like ah one day a year like the purge. Yeah. 55:44.52 mikebledsoe Yeah, ah ah the reason I bring this up is like that the left and the right are interesting because like on the left. They really believe in consent when it comes to anything that's sexual in nature like there's but but when it comes to anything else. 55:58.12 Max Shank Ah, yeah. 56:04.56 mikebledsoe There's complete blindness to it and on the right? yeah and on the right they they want consent for certain things but completely disregard other things like people. 56:06.64 Max Shank Um, it's like a mental illness both ways like how could you believe it's so weird. 56:19.61 mikebledsoe I say this regularly like when people I'm talking to someone and they go what's wrong. Why do those people do this but then they do this. It doesn't add up and I go yeah most of what people are doing doesn't add up because they lack principles. They they. 56:32.44 Max Shank Well um, almost everybody's a hypocrite on some level by the way like let's not put even ourselves up on like that high of a pedestal right? like everybody's working with that. 56:36.20 mikebledsoe On some level. But percentage wise the amount of our life that we make decisions around are more principle based than the average person. The average person is going with Pop. Whatever's popular right? people go people want to be accepted by the group so they do what's popular. They don't. 56:51.78 Max Shank God I Hope So yeah, true, true True true. 57:00.59 mikebledsoe They're not running it through a filter of what are my values. What are my boundaries. What are my principle. What are the principles and by the way you don't get to choose the principles. The principles are are around us. Yeah, as I that's. 57:10.32 Max Shank My body my choice across the board. My body my choice across the board that is what you're talking about that's why that's that's the only example because the only question the only important question just to cut through all this bullshit is who decides that's it. 57:17.87 mikebledsoe A perfect example. 57:29.33 Max Shank Do I decide or does some other guy decide. That's the only question that matters politically ever is who decides anytime it starts to get confusing. Just ask the question who decides and the argument crumbles for people who want to I don't know Gatekeeper A lady's vagina. People want to add some experimental fucking injections into your skin ah with the shortest track record of any kind of thing like that ever I mean these are both signs of mental illness to believe 1 about 1 and another about the other. It's ah. It's really weird. It almost forces people who are hyper left or hyper right to be mentally Ill like you have to shut off your thinking brain to think those are like some but. 58:19.30 mikebledsoe Yeah there's um, you know we look at like Socrates and talking about what what makes someone human it was ah practicing having the practice of being in touch with reality being in greater contact with reality. And this and this inability inability to see ah the principle at play like just completely unable ah is is being out of touch with reality. 58:38.84 Max Shank Pretty pretty nebulous. 58:46.20 Max Shank A. 58:53.84 Max Shank I Like the dune experiment for figuring out if he's a human where they put his hand in the pain box and say if he takes it out. They'll cut his throat with a poisonous needle so he has to withstand tremendous pain. 58:56.13 mikebledsoe In which. 59:01.65 mikebledsoe Yeah. 59:11.60 Max Shank Thinking He's like sacrificing his burning hand in order to keep his life and I think that is kind of the secret to wealth and planning and any of that is can you see can you see the big picture. Can you see the forest for the trees and the trick is you can't see the forest. And the trees at the same time so you have to alternate you have to cycle you have to hone in like a laser on something and then you got to open up your awareness like a lantern and take in everything around you to make sure that you're still focusing your energy. In the right direction kind of like we talked about with structure versus flow structure as the pipe flow is water if you don't have ah that that rushing water channeled somehow. Well you're just moving along with the River and that's fine, but you're going to go in the same direction as the rest of the water. 01:00:03.70 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, and I the some my practice over time is I've had a easier time in my life being zoomed out than zoomed in and um I don't know if that's. 01:00:15.98 Max Shank Are. 01:00:21.86 mikebledsoe I would say that I could spend more time zoomed in I still spend more time zoomed in but I noticed that the amount of time I spent on considering when I think about expanding my awareness around something that lantern there's there's 2 ah dimensions to consider one is space and the other one is time. 01:00:23.57 Max Shank Indian. 01:00:41.80 mikebledsoe And so there's there's what's happening right now and there's what I want to happen in None ears There's also what's happening right now in the space that I'm in but what's happening in you know, Dc right now or just right down the street like how much. How much space can you consider and how much time can you consider when you're making your decisions when you're setting the vision. What how much can you consider? most people don't practice that expansion of time and space when setting the vision. 01:01:04.70 Max Shank How many variables go into your decision making equation right. 01:01:18.30 mikebledsoe Or making decisions. Um and because of that for anyone who is unable to do that. They're more easily to be controlled by someone who does do that. 01:01:29.19 Max Shank Absolutely Um I think the average person is constantly pushed and pulled by a variety of forces to do things that are as frictionless as possible and for them as Motionless as possible. And those are forces. Um from a software engineering standpoint from a psychological engineering standpoint and also from an evolutionary standpoint.. There's nothing better for a curious lazy Monkey mind who's trying to maximize efficiency to just sit around and Watch. An Endless stream of crazy shit. So if you don't draw that Boundary. You're never going to pick your head up and ah like I'm not trying to call anyone out or anything but you see some of these kids these days. Fucking kids I hate that phrase. What am I doing that for these kids these days I feel old saying that feel silly I don't feel old until I talk like that. But basically they're like looking straight down into the telephone and it's adults too. Don't get me wrong while they're walking. Maybe they walk. 01:02:26.28 mikebledsoe You're so old. 01:02:42.30 Max Shank Into traffic. Maybe they walk off a cliff something like that. But it's the perfect visual of someone who's so ah, locked in psychologically onto something that isn't even really good for them and when we talk about drawing boundaries for ourselves like I'm going to say no to crack today every day I'm like. I'm going to say no to crack and every day I have so far and it feels like a little like a little victory like I didn't do crack again and ah if I do crack though. It'll be bad. 01:03:02.63 mikebledsoe Yes. 01:03:10.84 mikebledsoe We also you also have like ah we have a record breaking ah amount of kids on things like Sslris on antidepressants and anti-angolytics things that things that dep. 01:03:21.60 Max Shank Yeah, those are good drugs Mike those are good drugs. They're just good for you. Everyone should be on those right? They're on the Tv isn't it like 75% of commercials pharmaceutical ones. 01:03:30.80 mikebledsoe You know what's interesting is think about this? Yeah, it's It's a lot. Ah every news. 01:03:39.84 Max Shank There's got to be something wrong with you. Are you watching the Tv there's something wrong. 01:03:42.48 mikebledsoe Um, well,, there's ah, there's a theory that ah one of the reasons that the government is so friendly to pharmaceutical companies is that when under the influence of these these drugs that. People become docile way more easy to control like like please pass the xanax out please pass What I don't know these drugs are called anymore. 01:04:01.33 Max Shank Holy yeah, totally totally. 01:04:09.90 Max Shank If I was going to get a bus full of people on a field trip and I had the choice between giving them heroin or crack at the beginning I would clearly choose heroin every time they would be mostly still. 01:04:20.86 mikebledsoe Exactly. 01:04:25.87 Max Shank Could be like hey we're going over to this bench over here way easier to control that that doesn't surprise me one bit. 01:04:31.26 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, so yeah I've heard discussions of you know? ah the food supply being fucked up in certain ways intentionally as well to reduce the amount of testosterone that men have because. 01:04:46.70 Max Shank When people get afraid also like a ah scared stoned guy. He'll do anything. He'll do anything you want that guy is scared and stoned. You're like hey I need your left leg but I'll protect you until tomorrow. Thank

9to5Toys Daily
9to5Toys Daily: July 18, 2022 – iPad mini 6 cellular $99 off, Google Nest Router $199, more

9to5Toys Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 4:05


Listen to a recap of the best deals and news from 9to5Toys each day at noon. 9to5Toys Daily is available on iTunes and Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed. New episodes of 9to5Toys Daily are recorded every weekday. Subscribe to our podcast in iTunes/Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee new episodes are delivered as soon as they are available. iPad mini 6 cellular models return to all-time lows at $550 with rare $99 Amazon discountsGoogle Nest Wifi Router system includes three nodes that double as Assistant speakers at $199Anker starts the week with latest iPhone and Android accessory sale from $17 Host Rikka Altland  Links: Subscribe to our YouTube channel!Follow us on Twitter!Like our Facebook page!Download the 9to5Toys app!Subscribe to our newsletter!

Food Heals
376: Three Ways to Reverse Your Cellular Age, Look Better, and Feel Younger with Dr. Stephen Cabral

Food Heals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 46:27 Very Popular


What is a hormetic stressor and how can it help our bodies feel younger, look better, and even kill cancer cells? What are the true secrets of anti-aging to help us reverse our cellular age? These are the questions that my guest, Dr. Stephen Cabral, is back to discuss on today's episode of Food Heals! Dr. Cabral developed his passion for health & wellness after going through severe health complications at the age of 17. He saw over 50 different doctors, tried over 100 different treatment protocols, but still saw no hope of recovery. It wasn't until he met an “alternative” health doctor whom explained to him how he got here and how he could become well again, that he began his recovery process. It was at this young age that he knew his life would be dedicated to helping others rebalance their bodies and renew their health. To hear his full story go all the way back to episode 186 of Food Heals, and of course you can check out his show, The Cabral Concept wherever you get your podcasts.  PLUS! Get all Dr. Cabral's at-home lab tests and top recommended supplements at equi.life and use coupon code foodheals10 to save ten percent off your order. Tune in to learn: The cellular healing power of infrared saunas The truth about cold plunges that the Instagram influencers aren't telling you How to neutralize free radicals in the body and increase our antioxidant potential What you must know before starting an intermittent fasting protocol Which types of exercises reduce inflammation naturally What functional medicine does and how you can get at-home tests today And more! Thank You to Our Sponsors! Organifi Organifi, is a line of organic superfood blends that offers plant based nutrition made with high quality ingredients. Organifi takes pride in offering the best tasting superfood products on the market at a price that works out to less than $3 a day. You can experience Organifi's high quality superfoods without breaking the bank. Go to www.organifi.com/foodheals and use code foodheals for 20% off your order.   EquiLife Dr. Cabral has leveraged his cutting-edge, integrative approach to help thousands of people feel better and live lives full of energy and vitality through his private wellness practice in Boston, MA -- but he knew there was more work to be done.  To help far more people than he could see personally, Dr. Cabral created EquiLife, a platform designed to bring his integrative wellness approach to people around the world. This approach provides comprehensive solutions so that people can understand their bodies better, assess how well different systems are functioning, rebalance any areas that might not be performing at peak, and maintain that balance once they have achieved it.  Go to Equi.Life and use the coupon code foodheals10 to save 10% off your order.

Nexus

Nexus

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 59:45


“One perspective is I don't see wires anymore. Still, in the backend, there are lots of wires and there are lots of different wireless connectivity and frequencies and technologies that support building systems.So the term wireless can refer to a number of technologies. And I think that's where people will get confused in terms of, what is wireless? Cellular vs. WiFi vs. LoRaWAN or other protocols being used to transmit data wirelessly."—Greg JonesMy HighlightsMontgomery Tech's background (4:05)General trends in wireless technology today (10:43)Celular (12:41)DAS (16:04)Wifi (28:27)CBRS (35:36)5G (42:29)LoRaWan (46:59)How to make decisions in this environment (49:31)Carveouts (55:00)You can find Greg on LinkedIn.Watch on YouTube or read on the web.Get full access to Nexus.

Swisspreneur Show
EP #253 - Alexander Schueller & Tobias Reichmuth: The Future Of Human Aging

Swisspreneur Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 34:58


Timestamps: 5:00 - The ideal human future 7:27 - Reversing aging vs curing common diseases 10:22 - Longevity tips 13:11 - Societal costs to longevity 20:22 - Recs for 20 year olds About Alexander Schueller & Tobias Reichmuth: Alexander Schueller is the founder and CEO at cellvie, a seed-stage venture developing mitochondria-based therapies. Tobias Reichmuth is a founding partner at maximoon, a venture studio company builder which has already built 2 longevity startups, with 3 more to follow this year. Nowadays we know that there are 9 reasons for human aging, all cell-based: - Genomic instability; - Telomere attrition; - Epigenetic alterations; - Loss of proteostasis; - Deregulated nutrient sensing; - Mitochondrial dysfunction; - Cellular senescence; - Stem cell exhaustion; - Altered inter-cellular comms. Nowadays average life expectancy is at 83. Alexander's and Tobias' companies aim not to extend life indefinitely, but significantly, and insure quality of life right up until the very end. Longevity companies typically have a hard time raising money because their research results require several decades; funds looking to focus on health topics usually go for companies whose products treat diseases, and which can therefore return the investment max. 14 years after it was made. However nowadays the World Health Organization already recognizes aging as a sickness – it's therefore time for venture funds, research granters and healthcare insurers to start doing so as well. Alexander's & Tobias' general tips to improve longevity: - Eat less and do intermittent fasting; - Do HIIT training or some other form of exercise; - Quit bad habits like smoking or drinking; - Cultivate a good social life; - Take both hot and cold showers; - Take certain supplements (this will depend on each individual's case). Greater longevity will naturally result in societal changes such as: - People putting up with poor labor conditions for much shorter, since their working life will be longer; - Co-living solutions for active seniors; - Changes to the pension system: if labor conditions are good, people will not want to retire so early, even if they no longer continue to work 100%. A good life requires purpose, and a good job can serve as that; - Employers may begin to offer benefits such as a sabbatical semester every 10 years, plus an educational stipend, so that every 10 years you may reinvent your career if you so choose. Memorable quotes: "The ideal human future is one in which you are free from disease and have a strong purpose up until the very end of your life." "Our goal is for people to die as late as possible, with a body as young as possible." If you would like to listen to more episodes about healthtech, check out our conversation with Tanja Dowe. Don't forget to give us a follow on our Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Linkedin accounts, so you can always stay up to date with our latest initiatives. That way, there's no excuse for missing out on live shows, weekly give-aways or founders dinners!

TechTimeRadio
On TechTime with Nathan Mumm, Micro-transactions for your car? Recent images from NASA reveal previously unseen regions of space. Amazon Prime Day review. Interview with the CTO of VidOvation, Jim Jachetta, on bonded cellular | Air Date 7/10 - 7/16/2022

TechTimeRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 55:54


Join us on TechTime Radio with Nathan Mumm, the show that makes you go "Hummmm" Technology news of the week for July 10th – July 16th, 2022. Today on TechTime Radio with Nathan Mumm, Microtransactions for your car? The James Web Telescope shows amazing pictures released from NASA, and how does Nathan feel about Amazon Prime Day? Next, we have an interview with the CTO of VidOvation, Jim Jachetta, as he explains the technology around "Bonded Cellular" and a look back at "Skylab's" Reentry. In addition, we have our standard features, including This Week in Technology, Mike's Mesmerizing Moment, and, of course, our "Pick of the Day" whiskey tastingEpisode 109: Starts at 1:38--- [Now on Today's Show]: Starts at 4:00--- [Top Stories in The First Five Minutes]: Starts at 7:53 Twitter shares fall as Elon Musk backs out of the deal - https://tinyurl.com/yr9drryuNASA reveals more stunning images from James Webb telescope - https://tinyurl.com/3atmaywr  This remote keyfob hack may leave the past decade of Hondas vulnerable - Despite the automaker's attempts at security - https://tinyurl.com/95jw9444  Microtransactions for your car? - BMW Starts Selling Heated Seat Subscriptions for $18 a Month - https://tinyurl.com/yc7rk8rp --- [Pick of the Day - Whiskey Tasting Review]: Starts at 18:40Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Barrel Proof | 134.4 Proof | $69.95 --- [Ask the Expert]: Starts at 21:45Interview with CTO of VidOvation, Jim Jachetta --- [This Week in Technology]: Starts at 40:00July 11, 1979, Skylab Reentry The first American space station, Skylab, reenters the Earth's atmosphere and burns up after plans for keeping it in orbit fail to materialize. Fragments of Skylab fell around Perth, Australia, killing one cow. Skylab was the only space station operated exclusively by the United States. A permanent station was planned to start in 1988, but funding was canceled and replaced with United States' participation in an International Space Station in 1993. --- [Marc's Mumbles Whiskey Details]: Starts at 44:37--- [Nugget of the Week]: Start at 46:18Why does Nathan dislike Amazon Prime Day? He explains this and more --- [Mike's Mesmerizing Moment brought to us by StoriCoffee®]: Starts at 48:48--- [Pick of the Day]: Starts at 53:30Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Barrel Proof | 134.4 Proof | $69.95 Mike: Thumbs Up Nathan: Thumbs Up

ReInvent Healthcare
Cellular Metabolism, Mitochondria, and Energy Production

ReInvent Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 27:56


In this episode, we discuss the importance of energy, and the many factors that keep our energy levels up. Fatigue is a sign that something is not functioning properly and it can be due to any number of underlying dysfunctions. Many things affect our energy, including vitamins and nutrients, physical health, mood, sleep and our mitochondria, the cell organelles that produce most of the chemical energy needed to power the cell's biochemical reactions. Tune in to learn how you can support your clients to build their energy levels.    IN THIS EPISODE:    [03:00] What are the causes of fatigue and exhaustion?  [10:00] Important B vitamins in the mitochondria.  [13:00] Important vitamins to protect the mitochondria from oxidation.  [16:00] Cortisol damages the mitochondria and we need to manage stress.  [22:00] Different types of cleanses to assist your clients.  [30:00] Structural alignment is also important for energy, to have the joints in place and   moving properly.    KEY TAKEAWAYS:    There are many factors which may cause fatigue and exhaustion, including lack of nutrients and sleep, stress, depression and the mitochondria.  Adding key nutrients to the diet may assist your clients to build their energy levels one step at a time.  By digging deeper into each individual's health and by supporting the mitochondria, this will further support your clients to build and maintain their energy levels. 

Vvlcan Haus presents BioAlchemy Sessions
CELLULAR PONTIFICATIONS Episode 2: As the World Turns

Vvlcan Haus presents BioAlchemy Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 12:38


Makarī and ND discuss a bit about the philosophy of the new Vvlcan Haus clothing line and Makarī gives a simple recipe for a holistic rinse which helps combat hair loss. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cellularpontifications/support

Optimal Performance Podcast
385 Herbs for vaccine injury, cellular protection, & optimal performance with Dr. Bill Rawls

Optimal Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 80:23


Ok, but how do herbs make us healthier? Listen to THIS. Dr. Bill Rawls knows how, why and which herbs you should be taking daily to boost the health of your cells and overall performance. Use OPP15 to get 15% off Dr. Rawls specifically formulated herbal supplements here Vitalplan.com  Find OPP episodes, discounts on products, learn about my Life Coach and Performance Coach at Seanmccormick.com  EPISODE SPONSORS - January AI - Decode your metabolism Get 40% off here BioProtien+ - Boost HGH Naturally - Get $30 off here  Spartan - 2022 Spartan Race schedule In this episode we cover: •How herbs help offset damage caused by vaccines and viruses •Herbs protect your health and elevate your performance •The connection between herbs and cellular protection •Which is better herbs or vitamins  •What herbs should you take for what goals •What role do herbs play in fighting viruses •Reishi, Japanese Ragweed, Chinese Skullcap, Ginger •Rhodiola as an everyday herb •Supplementing with herbs to protect your cells •Herbs have protective properties which in turn protect cells •70% of drugs come from herbs •Drug-like herbs versus everyday herbs or “green zone herbs” •Capsules, Tinctures or Powdered Extract?

BioInnovation Spotlight
More sustainable process development of cultivated meat with Dr Will Milligan of Extracellular

BioInnovation Spotlight

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 11:09


Cellular agriculture or cultivated meat - often mistakenly called "lab-grown meat" - is now coming into its own with the first products nearing market readiness. Many of these companies now face the daunting task of scaling their innovation. Because most CDMOs for animal cell growth are geared toward the health sector, costs are much higher for bioprocessing than they need to be for the relatively less-stringent food sector when it comes to regulatory needs. Will Milligan founded https://www.extracellular.com/ (Extracellular), based in Bristol in the UK, as the first CDMO and innovation partner for cellular agriculture. With a background in mechanical engineering - and coming from a family of farmers - Will believes the solution to making cellular agriculture affordable, sustainable, and available requires innovation partnership for scaling up product development within the sector. In this episode of BioInnovation Spotlight, Will discusses the unmet needs underlying the cellular agriculture sector and the challenges faced by cultivated meat products in scaling up and getting to the market. Extracellular is based at and supported by https://sciencecreates.co.uk/ventures/ (Science Creates) in Bristol.

Two Sistas
WealthWellnessWednesday with Dr Tanya Panyter - 07.06.22

Two Sistas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 34:46


TwoSistas and it's WealthWellnessWednesday with Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Tanya Panyter! Dr. Panyter left the world of "traditional medical care" to create an online business and coaching program for women struggling with chronic migraines. (Dr. Panyter graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology and a minor in Inorganic Chemistry. She went to medical school at Bastyr University and received her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine in 2012.) Dr. Panyter certainly relates to her patients on an intimate level as she faced her own struggles with chronic headaches and migraines and the amazing changes she discovered around treating migraines with a whole body, integrated approach. Dr. Panyter's online program has assisted women struggling with chronic migraine who are finding that conventional treatment approaches are not working well and who are looking to find a way to heal their body, not just control their symptoms. Along with a depletion of serotonin, Dr. Panyter mentioned that diet, stress, even a certain spice, tap water (and so much more) can trigger the onset of a migraine. Everyone is so very different! If you are suffering from migraines, it may be beneficial for someone to journal what their day is like, what they have eaten to see if there is any correlation to the onset of a migraine. Dr. Panyter went into great detail and provided such valuable information for those seeking alternative treatments. She mentioned that for many of her patients it's best to be on an whole grain anti-inflammatory type of diet - many of her patients have found relief from a Paleo / Keto type of diet. (Always check with your physician or connect with Dr. Panyter.) We enjoyed our conversation with Dr. Panyter today - we learned so much in just a short amount of time - thankyou Dr. Panyter! To learn more about Dr. Panyter and to connect with her further, please check out her website and other social media platforms: http://www.migrainemastery.org https://www.instagram.com/migrainemastery/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/endmymigraines https://www.youtube.com/c/MigraineMasteryAMigraineFreeLife https://www.linkedin.com/in/migrainemastery/ Let us know what you thought of today's episode. Do you suffer from migraines? What is a tip you would like to share? Please go to our website and leave us a voice message: www.TwoSistas.online

ALYNMENT - Connecting Tech to Biz
Ep # 34: Is Cellular Mesh the New Backbone for Scalable Private 5G Networks? - with Matt Musial, GenXComm

ALYNMENT - Connecting Tech to Biz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 26:52


The widespread use of digital devices and applications raises the need for pervasive cellular coverage. However, the existing private cellular networks are not sufficiently scalable and economical to extend in dynamically changing indoor and outdoor enterprise environments. New network architectures are needed to deal with unique enterprise use cases and increase coverage and capacity without dependency on the underlying infrastructure. Are cellular mesh networks the answer to this challenge? Let's find out!Our guest for the podcast is Matt Musial, Solutions Director at GenXComm. He has over  25+ years of experience providing complex IoT, security, and wireless solutions to customers in industrial, DoD, SLED, and service provider markets.  In today's discussion, we will explore some important topics such as: -Do broadband wireless networks have adequate capacity for the needs of advanced applications like massive machine-type communications? -Can CBRS private networks provide adequate capacity and resilience for high volumes of data?-What are the implications of mesh networks for costs, capacity, resilience, and security?-What are the early use cases of mesh networks? 

PeerView Oncology & Hematology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Michael R. Bishop, MD - CAR-T Cell Therapy: Are You Up to the Challenge? New Evidence and Best Practices Driving Modern Cellular Therapies as a Standard of Care for Leukemia and Lymphoma

PeerView Oncology & Hematology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 58:57


Go online to PeerView.com/DRW860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Do you know the best practices for integrating chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-T cell therapy into the management of patients with hematologic malignancies? Within the past few years, the indications for CAR-T therapy in leukemic and lymphoid malignancies have expanded significantly and now include acute lymphoblastic leukemia and multiple types of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. These advances, driven by the use of CD19-directed cell therapy constructs, have spurred numerous ongoing investigations of existing CAR-T therapies in additional CD19-expressing leukemias and lymphomas (eg, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, small lymphocytic lymphoma). Unfortunately, many hematology-oncology and bone marrow transplant BMT professionals have not adapted their practice to reflect the reality of cellular therapy in 2022—from the availability of new constructs with recent regulatory approvals to the management of practical considerations, such as referrals to specialized centers, appropriate follow-up, and toxicity management. This video-based activity from PeerView will deliver expert guidance on the latest safety and efficacy data regarding the use of CAR-T therapy in a variety of settings. The panelists will draw on personal anecdotes and intra-institutional experiences to illustrate best practices for effectively incorporating cellular therapies into treatment plans while addressing practicalities of care, including enrollment of eligible patients in clinical trials testing the next steps with CAR-T therapy. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Identify patients with leukemia or lymphoma who are eligible for and may benefit from CAR-T therapy based on current indications, clinical evidence, guideline recommendations, and clinical trial opportunities, Implement best practices for integrating CAR-T therapy into the care of patients with leukemia or lymphoma, including referral to specialized treatment centers, clinical trial enrollment, and provision of post-treatment follow-up care, Utilize appropriate AE management strategies for patients with relapsed/refractory leukemia or lymphoma who are experiencing toxicity while receiving CAR-T therapy, including cytokine release syndrome or neurotoxicity.

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Michael R. Bishop, MD - CAR-T Cell Therapy: Are You Up to the Challenge? New Evidence and Best Practices Driving Modern Cellular Therapies as a Standard of Care for Leukemia and Lymphoma

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 58:57


Go online to PeerView.com/DRW860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Do you know the best practices for integrating chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-T cell therapy into the management of patients with hematologic malignancies? Within the past few years, the indications for CAR-T therapy in leukemic and lymphoid malignancies have expanded significantly and now include acute lymphoblastic leukemia and multiple types of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. These advances, driven by the use of CD19-directed cell therapy constructs, have spurred numerous ongoing investigations of existing CAR-T therapies in additional CD19-expressing leukemias and lymphomas (eg, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, small lymphocytic lymphoma). Unfortunately, many hematology-oncology and bone marrow transplant BMT professionals have not adapted their practice to reflect the reality of cellular therapy in 2022—from the availability of new constructs with recent regulatory approvals to the management of practical considerations, such as referrals to specialized centers, appropriate follow-up, and toxicity management. This video-based activity from PeerView will deliver expert guidance on the latest safety and efficacy data regarding the use of CAR-T therapy in a variety of settings. The panelists will draw on personal anecdotes and intra-institutional experiences to illustrate best practices for effectively incorporating cellular therapies into treatment plans while addressing practicalities of care, including enrollment of eligible patients in clinical trials testing the next steps with CAR-T therapy. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Identify patients with leukemia or lymphoma who are eligible for and may benefit from CAR-T therapy based on current indications, clinical evidence, guideline recommendations, and clinical trial opportunities, Implement best practices for integrating CAR-T therapy into the care of patients with leukemia or lymphoma, including referral to specialized treatment centers, clinical trial enrollment, and provision of post-treatment follow-up care, Utilize appropriate AE management strategies for patients with relapsed/refractory leukemia or lymphoma who are experiencing toxicity while receiving CAR-T therapy, including cytokine release syndrome or neurotoxicity.

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Michael R. Bishop, MD - CAR-T Cell Therapy: Are You Up to the Challenge? New Evidence and Best Practices Driving Modern Cellular Therapies as a Standard of Care for Leukemia and Lymphoma

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 58:57


Go online to PeerView.com/DRW860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Do you know the best practices for integrating chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-T cell therapy into the management of patients with hematologic malignancies? Within the past few years, the indications for CAR-T therapy in leukemic and lymphoid malignancies have expanded significantly and now include acute lymphoblastic leukemia and multiple types of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. These advances, driven by the use of CD19-directed cell therapy constructs, have spurred numerous ongoing investigations of existing CAR-T therapies in additional CD19-expressing leukemias and lymphomas (eg, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, small lymphocytic lymphoma). Unfortunately, many hematology-oncology and bone marrow transplant BMT professionals have not adapted their practice to reflect the reality of cellular therapy in 2022—from the availability of new constructs with recent regulatory approvals to the management of practical considerations, such as referrals to specialized centers, appropriate follow-up, and toxicity management. This video-based activity from PeerView will deliver expert guidance on the latest safety and efficacy data regarding the use of CAR-T therapy in a variety of settings. The panelists will draw on personal anecdotes and intra-institutional experiences to illustrate best practices for effectively incorporating cellular therapies into treatment plans while addressing practicalities of care, including enrollment of eligible patients in clinical trials testing the next steps with CAR-T therapy. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Identify patients with leukemia or lymphoma who are eligible for and may benefit from CAR-T therapy based on current indications, clinical evidence, guideline recommendations, and clinical trial opportunities, Implement best practices for integrating CAR-T therapy into the care of patients with leukemia or lymphoma, including referral to specialized treatment centers, clinical trial enrollment, and provision of post-treatment follow-up care, Utilize appropriate AE management strategies for patients with relapsed/refractory leukemia or lymphoma who are experiencing toxicity while receiving CAR-T therapy, including cytokine release syndrome or neurotoxicity.

Ask Dr. Deanna
Optimal Health: Week 3 - Weight Management

Ask Dr. Deanna

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 26:56


In this episode we cover weight loss as a tool to help manage hypertension, insulin resistance and high cholesterol. Timestamps:1:37 - Managing weight is key to fighting disease.3:55 - Insulin resistance and the blood sugar roller-coaster.6:27 - Blood pressure and weight.8:21 - Food ingredients - no processed foods.10:12 - Intermittent fasting.11:57 - Cellular detoxification.15:15 - Restoring the gut.18:29 - Auto-immune diseases.20:57 - Exercising.--Let's Connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast and connect with me on my personal account@deannaholdrenCheck out the website for more info!deannaholdren.comShow Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this out on Apple PodcastsBig shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast hit up @upstarterpods on Instagram! 

PeerView Oncology & Hematology CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast
Michael R. Bishop, MD - CAR-T Cell Therapy: Are You Up to the Challenge? New Evidence and Best Practices Driving Modern Cellular Therapies as a Standard of Care for Leukemia and Lymphoma

PeerView Oncology & Hematology CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 58:56


Go online to PeerView.com/DRW860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Do you know the best practices for integrating chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-T cell therapy into the management of patients with hematologic malignancies? Within the past few years, the indications for CAR-T therapy in leukemic and lymphoid malignancies have expanded significantly and now include acute lymphoblastic leukemia and multiple types of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. These advances, driven by the use of CD19-directed cell therapy constructs, have spurred numerous ongoing investigations of existing CAR-T therapies in additional CD19-expressing leukemias and lymphomas (eg, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, small lymphocytic lymphoma). Unfortunately, many hematology-oncology and bone marrow transplant BMT professionals have not adapted their practice to reflect the reality of cellular therapy in 2022—from the availability of new constructs with recent regulatory approvals to the management of practical considerations, such as referrals to specialized centers, appropriate follow-up, and toxicity management. This video-based activity from PeerView will deliver expert guidance on the latest safety and efficacy data regarding the use of CAR-T therapy in a variety of settings. The panelists will draw on personal anecdotes and intra-institutional experiences to illustrate best practices for effectively incorporating cellular therapies into treatment plans while addressing practicalities of care, including enrollment of eligible patients in clinical trials testing the next steps with CAR-T therapy. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Identify patients with leukemia or lymphoma who are eligible for and may benefit from CAR-T therapy based on current indications, clinical evidence, guideline recommendations, and clinical trial opportunities, Implement best practices for integrating CAR-T therapy into the care of patients with leukemia or lymphoma, including referral to specialized treatment centers, clinical trial enrollment, and provision of post-treatment follow-up care, Utilize appropriate AE management strategies for patients with relapsed/refractory leukemia or lymphoma who are experiencing toxicity while receiving CAR-T therapy, including cytokine release syndrome or neurotoxicity.

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast
Michael R. Bishop, MD - CAR-T Cell Therapy: Are You Up to the Challenge? New Evidence and Best Practices Driving Modern Cellular Therapies as a Standard of Care for Leukemia and Lymphoma

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 58:56


Go online to PeerView.com/DRW860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Do you know the best practices for integrating chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-T cell therapy into the management of patients with hematologic malignancies? Within the past few years, the indications for CAR-T therapy in leukemic and lymphoid malignancies have expanded significantly and now include acute lymphoblastic leukemia and multiple types of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. These advances, driven by the use of CD19-directed cell therapy constructs, have spurred numerous ongoing investigations of existing CAR-T therapies in additional CD19-expressing leukemias and lymphomas (eg, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, small lymphocytic lymphoma). Unfortunately, many hematology-oncology and bone marrow transplant BMT professionals have not adapted their practice to reflect the reality of cellular therapy in 2022—from the availability of new constructs with recent regulatory approvals to the management of practical considerations, such as referrals to specialized centers, appropriate follow-up, and toxicity management. This video-based activity from PeerView will deliver expert guidance on the latest safety and efficacy data regarding the use of CAR-T therapy in a variety of settings. The panelists will draw on personal anecdotes and intra-institutional experiences to illustrate best practices for effectively incorporating cellular therapies into treatment plans while addressing practicalities of care, including enrollment of eligible patients in clinical trials testing the next steps with CAR-T therapy. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Identify patients with leukemia or lymphoma who are eligible for and may benefit from CAR-T therapy based on current indications, clinical evidence, guideline recommendations, and clinical trial opportunities, Implement best practices for integrating CAR-T therapy into the care of patients with leukemia or lymphoma, including referral to specialized treatment centers, clinical trial enrollment, and provision of post-treatment follow-up care, Utilize appropriate AE management strategies for patients with relapsed/refractory leukemia or lymphoma who are experiencing toxicity while receiving CAR-T therapy, including cytokine release syndrome or neurotoxicity.

PeerView Heart, Lung & Blood CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast
Michael R. Bishop, MD - CAR-T Cell Therapy: Are You Up to the Challenge? New Evidence and Best Practices Driving Modern Cellular Therapies as a Standard of Care for Leukemia and Lymphoma

PeerView Heart, Lung & Blood CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 58:56


Go online to PeerView.com/DRW860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Do you know the best practices for integrating chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-T cell therapy into the management of patients with hematologic malignancies? Within the past few years, the indications for CAR-T therapy in leukemic and lymphoid malignancies have expanded significantly and now include acute lymphoblastic leukemia and multiple types of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. These advances, driven by the use of CD19-directed cell therapy constructs, have spurred numerous ongoing investigations of existing CAR-T therapies in additional CD19-expressing leukemias and lymphomas (eg, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, small lymphocytic lymphoma). Unfortunately, many hematology-oncology and bone marrow transplant BMT professionals have not adapted their practice to reflect the reality of cellular therapy in 2022—from the availability of new constructs with recent regulatory approvals to the management of practical considerations, such as referrals to specialized centers, appropriate follow-up, and toxicity management. This video-based activity from PeerView will deliver expert guidance on the latest safety and efficacy data regarding the use of CAR-T therapy in a variety of settings. The panelists will draw on personal anecdotes and intra-institutional experiences to illustrate best practices for effectively incorporating cellular therapies into treatment plans while addressing practicalities of care, including enrollment of eligible patients in clinical trials testing the next steps with CAR-T therapy. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Identify patients with leukemia or lymphoma who are eligible for and may benefit from CAR-T therapy based on current indications, clinical evidence, guideline recommendations, and clinical trial opportunities, Implement best practices for integrating CAR-T therapy into the care of patients with leukemia or lymphoma, including referral to specialized treatment centers, clinical trial enrollment, and provision of post-treatment follow-up care, Utilize appropriate AE management strategies for patients with relapsed/refractory leukemia or lymphoma who are experiencing toxicity while receiving CAR-T therapy, including cytokine release syndrome or neurotoxicity.

Panic Attacking Podcast
Episode 162 - Panicking With Shaun Murphy

Panic Attacking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 78:11


We are joined by Shaun Murphy! We talk to Shaun about when you only have one thing to do in a day and can't do anything else, feeling like you did something wrong but can't remember what. We also get into a listener submitted topic of what we would do if we were in the movie Cellular. They also talk about Andrew's football career and Steve's problem with texting back, and much more! Check us out on instagram: @panicattackingpodcast and twitter @podpanicattack #shaunmurphy #comedy #interview #wemightbedrunk

Indieheads Podcast
Best New Pod: 2012 Part 1 – “Bumpin’ Oldies Off My Cellular Phone” (ft. Brandon Wardell)

Indieheads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022


You could have heard this episode 48 hours early by supporting us on Patreon for as low as $1/month: https://www.patreon.com/IndieheadsPodcast. On this episode of Best New Pod, Rose and Matty are joined by Natalie and special guest Brandon Wardell (of Yeah, But Still) as we begin our look at some of the songs given Best New Track […]

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast
129 FLY with Your Van (sorta)! WD-40, Antarctica, Cellular Trail Cam, Ants, Mark Twain House

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 33:07


What if you could fly, rent a van, and then do an instant "no build"? YOU CAN. Let's talk about how. We'll also talk about how you're using WD-40 wrong, a trip to Antarctica, how to get rid of ants, a new security camera, and Mark Twain's House. FIND US: We're on Facebook (Built to Go Group), Instagram (@collegeofcuriosity), Twitter (@colofcuriosity), and we have a Discord server (invite at top of main page at builttogo.com.) View from Tikibagoland Product Review: Bushnell Cellucam 20 A stand-alone camera that takes pictures and emails them to you. 12 AA batteries! Decent price here... https://amzn.to/3y4PuNZ Resource Recommendation: wD-40 It is NOT a lubricant, but it's very useful. Gizmodo has some tips.  https://gizmodo.com/10-surprising-uses-for-wd-40-and-5-places-it-should-ne-5932262 A Place to Visit: Mark Twain House This isn't the ONLY Mark Twain House, but it's probably the best.  https://marktwainhouse.org/ Some links are affiliate links. If you purchase anything from these links, the show will receive a small fee. This will not impact your price in any way. 

Indieheads Podcast
[PREVIEW] Best New Pod: 2012 Part 1 – “Bumpin’ Oldies Off My Cellular Phone” (ft. Brandon Wardell)

Indieheads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022


Listen to this episode 48 hours early by supporting us on Patreon for as low as $1/month: https://www.patreon.com/IndieheadsPodcast.

Virtual Curbside
Episode 183: #42-3 Cellular Immunity

Virtual Curbside

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 27:34


This week Ahmad Rayes, MD, FAAP and Paul Wirkus, MD, FAAP discuss cellular immunology. Please note: the Q&A for this topic will air at the end of July 2022. Send your questions to questions@vcurb.com.Credit for episodes may be available, go to https://vcurb.com/episodes/ for more information.

Adafruit Industries
EYE on NPI - Microchip's AVR-IoT Cellular Mini Dev Board + Sequans Monarch 2 GM02S cellular module

Adafruit Industries

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 14:35


This week's EYE ON NPI will pique your curiosity... it's Microchip's AVR-IoT Cellular Mini Development Board featuring the Sequans Monarch 2 GM02S cellular module (https://www.digikey.com/en/product-highlight/m/microchip-technology/avr-iot-cellular-mini-development-board) This dev board really knows how to get us interested with an AVR128DB48 128KB-flash AVR chip (https://www.digikey.com/short/4pq3d2q3), Sequans GM02S compact LTE cell module (https://www.digikey.com/short/4qbfcn17), Feather format (https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-feather), Stemma QT / Qwiic connector (https://learn.adafruit.com/introducing-adafruit-stemma-qt/what-is-stemma-qt) and Arduino library support (https://github.com/microchip-pic-avr-solutions/avr-iot-cellular-arduino-library) This is an excellent dev board to use if you want to take advantage of the huge ecosystem afforded by Arduino, Feather, Qwiic/QT - you should be able to use the many thousands of libraries and hardware accessories for quick prototyping. As mentioned, this dev board is Feather shaped, with a USB Type C connector, Li-poly battery charger, and built in programmer/debugger/serial interface for the AVR chip. The individual microcontroller is a AVR128DB48 AVR (https://www.digikey.com/short/4pq3d2q3) which comes with 128KB flash and 16KB RAM. Think of it as a super-beefy ATmega328P! A SAMD21E 'curiosity' chip is used as the programming interface and also serial interface. When plugged in, the board shows up as a disk drive, with a getting started guide bookmark and some other specification files. While following the getting started guide we found that you can also drag hex files over to program it, very handy for quick-start! To program it, MCP suggests using the DxCore from SpenceKonde (https://github.com/SpenceKonde/DxCore) in Arduino so you'll want to get that installed while you follow the rest of the guide. Next up, time to activate the included SIM card from Truphone (https://activate.truphone.com/) that comes with the dev kit. This SIM is free to activate and is good for up to 150 MB of data transfer and 90 days, which is plenty of time to explore the board before needing to renew. Activating the SIM only took us 5 minutes - don't forget to power cycle after activation to make sure the module and SIM re-authorize. One of the surprises we had while trying this eval board is the really good documentation and learning system that is over at https://iot.microchip.com/avr-iot-cellular-mini - we're kinda used to verbose text-based documentation or using specialized software that only runs on Windows. This is the first time we've seen a really nice documentation system with simple step-by-steps, lots of photos, links and a clear navigation system. There are also two interesting in-browser compilation and serial monitor widgets that we spotted, which is a good sign that folks are starting to move towards browser-and-filesystem replacements for tool-chains. The Arduino library code is available over at https://github.com/microchip-pic-avr-solutions/avr-iot-cellular-arduino-library which looks like it's got platform.io support and you can download a release for installation into the Arduino IDE. (We do recommend someone at MCP try to add a proper release to the Arduino library manager to save one extra step if possible!) Once installed, there are a few helpful examples to get you going. The first one is just connecting to an HTTP endpoint and parsing out the result and it worked...really well! We were able to connect to the AT&T cellular network and fetch the data within a minute. We'd request an HTTPS example since most folks will want a TLS method of connection! Since the board is Arduino and Stemma QT compatible, we were able to connect an OLED and extend the example to display the HTTP-gotten data to the OLED - it only took us 10 minutes to install everything for Arduino library support and extend the code which is amazingly fast! You know what else is really fast? Digi-Key shipping for the AVR-IoT Cellular Mini Development Board, cause it's in stock right now! (https://www.digikey.com/short/bn7mp80w) Order today and you'll be connecting to the LTE cellular network by tomorrow afternoon.

The Rx Bricks Podcast
Fluid Compartments of the Body

The Rx Bricks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 25:02


Looking for more information on this topic? Check out the Metabolic Acidosis and Alkalosis brick. If you enjoyed this episode, we'd love for you to leave a review on Apple Podcasts.  It helps with our visibility, and the more med students (or future med students) listen to the podcast, the more we can provide to the future physicians of the world. Follow USMLE-Rx at: Facebook: www.facebook.com/usmlerx Blog: www.firstaidteam.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/firstaidteam Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/firstaidteam/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/USMLERX Learn how you can access over 150 of our bricks for FREE: https://usmlerx.wpengine.com/free-bricks/ from our Musculoskeletal, Skin, and Connective Tissue collection, which is available for free. Learn more about Rx Bricks by signing up for a free USMLE-Rx account: www.usmle-rx.com You will get 5 days of full access to our Rx360+ program, including nearly 800 Rx Bricks.  After the 5-day period, you will still be able to access over 150 free bricks, including the entire collections for General Microbiology and Cellular and Molecular Biology.

Tick Boot Camp
Episode 278: Cellular Wellness - an interview with Dr. Bill Rawls

Tick Boot Camp

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 86:47


“The Cellular Wellness Solution - Tap Into Your Full Health Potential with the Science-Backed Power of Herbs” is the newly released bestselling book by the brilliant Lyme Literate Medical Doctor (LLMD) Bill Rawls. During Lyme Disease Awareness Month (May 2022), Tick Boot Camp challenged Dr. Rawls to “unofficially launch” his then unpublished book, live and unscripted. Dr. Rawls took up the gauntlet and this podcast is the audio of the Instagram Live broadcast. If you would like to learn more about why herbs are a vital element of every Lyme disease patient's toolbox, then tune in now! Note: The Cellular Wellness Solution is now available as the #1 New Release on Amazon. If you order the book today and then visit CellularWellness.com, Dr. Rawls will provide you with bonus extras including the Cellular Wellness Workbook.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
Daily Steps To Prevent Heart Disease

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 61:38 Very Popular


This episode is brought to you by Gut Food, ButcherBox, and Paleovalley.Heart disease is the number-one killer in the world, and it is often thought of as a cholesterol problem. When you take a closer look, however, there are other factors that drive this chronic disease that can't be fixed by the most commonly prescribed medication: statin drugs. The way you eat, how much you exercise, how you manage stress, and more all contribute to heart disease. In this episode, I talk with Dr. Aseem Malhotra, Dr. Stanley Hazen, and Dr. Cindy Geyer about why heart disease is easier to prevent than to reverse, why statins are not the answer in most cases, and how the gut microbiome is connected to heart health. Dr. Aseem Malhotra is an NHS-trained consultant, cardiologist, and visiting professor of Evidence-Based Medicine at the Bahiana School of Medicine and Public Health in Salvador, Brazil. He is a pioneer of the lifestyle medicine movement in the UK and in 2018 was ranked by software company Onalytica as the number-one doctor in the world influencing obesity thinking. He is the author of, The Pioppi Diet, coauthored with Donal O'Neill, The 21-Day Immunity Plan, and, A Statin-Free Life.Dr. Stanley Hazen is both the chair of the Department of Cellular & Molecular Medicine at the Lerner Research Institute and section head of Preventive Cardiology & Rehabilitation at the Heart and Vascular Institute of the Cleveland Clinic. He's published more than 400 peer-reviewed articles and has over 50 patents from his pioneering discoveries in atherosclerosis and inflammatory disease. Dr. Hazen made the seminal discovery linking microbial pathways to the pathogenesis of cardiovascular disease.Dr. Cindy Geyer received her Bachelor of Science and her Doctor of Medicine degrees, with honors, from the Ohio State University. She completed her residency in internal medicine at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY, and is triple board certified in internal medicine, integrative medicine, and lifestyle medicine. She joined The Ultrawellness Center in 2021 after practicing and serving as the medical director at Canyon Ranch for 23 years. This episode is brought to you by Gut Food, ButcherBox, and Paleovalley.Gut Food uses the power of three critical gut-supporting components—prebiotics, probiotics, and polyphenols—and five ingredients at clinically validated dosages to help reduce inflammation, support the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, improve digestion and bloating, and support mood & energy. Check it out at gutfood.com.If you sign up today, ButcherBox will give you two ribeye steaks for free in your first box—just go to butcherbox.com/farmacy.Paleovalley is offering my listeners 15% off their entire first order. Just go to paleovalley.com/hyman.Full-length episodes of these interviews can be found here:Dr. Aseem MalhotraDr. Stanley HazenDr. Cindy Geyer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Amelia's Weekly Fish Fry
The Road Forward for IoT: Cellular, LoRa, and WiFi - Oh My!

Amelia's Weekly Fish Fry

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 16:35


The Internet of things is not a concept, it is a network, the true technology enabled network of all networks” - Edewede Oriwoh In this week's Fish Fry podcast, Marc Pegulu from Semtech and I chat about the future of IoT, the pros and cons of the various networks we need to support our Internet of things ecosystem, and where LoRa and LoRaWAN fit in the grand scheme of IoT. I also examine how an off-the-shelf IoT wearable device is able to detect COVID-19 infection before symptoms appear for the first time.   

Lyme Time with Ali from TheTickChicks.com
EP 38: Dr. Bill Rawls and his latest book, The Cellular Wellness Solution

Lyme Time with Ali from TheTickChicks.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 57:40


Sweet, Sweet Garbage

Guess who's back? Back again. SSG's back. Tell a friend. 

Coffee and a Mike
Dr. Christina Parks #434

Coffee and a Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 74:41


Dr. Christina Parks received her Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the University of Michigan. She brings a knowledge about the molecular mechanisms by which vaccines may be causing injury to vulnerable immune systems. On the podcast we discuss Michigan Republican gubernatorial Ryan Kelly being arrested, the recommendation of this vaccine for children as young as 6 months old, incurable prion (mad cow) disease with these experimental gene therapies, why they are the biological weapons not the virus being used against the population, and much more. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE LIKE AND SHARE this podcast!!   Telegram  https://t.me/ChristinaParks?fbclid=IwAR2a3ecJSuFMFsTO_57XRfhNPV_6y_oY2YqEC6VgP96Zab19YSSw1BXjNFw

Smart Muslima
Should We Follow Muslim Feminist Thinkers?

Smart Muslima

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 48:25


In the past few decades, some female Muslim academics and activists have drawn on the Qur'an to argue for what they perceive should be a part of women's rights and the equality of women. The work of various individuals and organisations is broadly referred to as Islamic feminism. For a Muslim woman facing domestic violence, spiritual abuse, and financial exploitation within the Muslim community, it is easy to see why she would turn to Islamic feminist thinkers for support. The prejudice of white secular feminists doesn't appeal to her identity. In addition, she wants to gain knowledge and connect with Allah (ﷻ), but she doesn't feel welcome in some traditional Muslim spaces. Islamic feminist thinkers purport to root their opinions in the Islamic tradition, leading some to believe their views are automatically legitimate. Additionally, the egalitarian atmosphere fostered by Islamic feminist scholarship is seen as a safe space for Muslim women. “Islamic” feminist thinkers are filling a void. Is it not the case that only a handful of people champion Muslim women's issues? So when secular, articulate Muslim academics address the misogyny amongst Muslims, some are grateful and gravitate towards them. Islamic feminist thinkers gain traction often because modern Muslim societies in the East and West are not comprehensively delivering women the Islamic rights Allah (ﷻ) decreed them to have. But how can a layperson evaluate what Islamic feminist academics are saying is theologically sound? A Muslim who has not studied quranic hermeneutics or Islamic history will not have the skills or knowledge to assess their views, so women often trust them by virtue of their assertion as being pro-women. Rather than blindly accepting their assertions, we should evaluate them objectively. Just because they are women doesn't mean we unquestioningly embrace their arguments, just as we should with men. We should pause and question our motives foraloowing Islamic feminist scholars to influence our thinking. Do we agree with them because they articulate what we want to hear? Or is it a classic case of shopping around for an opinion that agrees with our sensibilities? Moreover, it is essential to assess whether these views align with the majority of scholarly mainstream Islamic opinions. InshaAllah, in this piece, my aim is to do precisely that. With my guest, Heraa Hashmi, I will be focussing on the following contemporary academics Dr. Amina Wadud, Dr. Asma Barlas, Dr. Kecia Ali, and Dr. Aysha Hidayatullah. They do not always agree, and some are more intellectually rigorous than others, but they share the objective of creating an egalitarian Islam, attempting to pursue equality and justice for women by “reforming” Islamic law. Heraa Hashmi is best known for her project, Muslims Condemn. She is a law student based in the US with a background in Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology and Linguistics. Her interests include the Islamic sciences, cognitive linguistics, and bioethics. She writes for www.traversingtradition.com https://traversingtradition.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/farhatamin/message

Doing It Different
106: Cellular Hypothyroidism: Why It's Never Just The Thyroid That Needs Care and How To Heal From Hashimoto's and Hypothyroidism When Nothing Else Has Worked with Dr. Eric Baclavage

Doing It Different

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 62:42


Thyroid issues (like most health issues) are full-body issues. How to heal from Hashimoto's and Hypothyroidism from a new perspective. Today's guest has new ideas and a holistic approach to healing thyroid issues.  Highlights  13:26 What is happening in the body in a hypothyroid state 17:48 Treating thyroid conditions by looking at the full body picture   24:47 Thyroid hormone production and how to test cells to see if it's adequate 33:18 Is Hashimotos is different than hypothyroidism 44:12 The major pillars of healing the thyroid  52:14 How breath and meditation can be a huge healing factor for the thyroid  Guest: Dr. Eric Baclavage  Resources We Mention:  Book: The Oxygen Advantage by Patrick McKeown Related Episodes:  Podcast 92: Thyroid Health for Women: Lifestyle, Medication, Pregnancy Screening, Hypothyroidism vs Hashimoto's and Whole Body Impact Podcast 30: Thyroid Health Matters: Preconception, Pregnancy, Postpartum with Dr. Christine Maren Podcast 12: Thyroid Health Q&A and Healing Hashimoto's with Tracey Grant, RDN, CWHC Podcast 05: Thyroid Healing is Possible: What You Need to Know On Your Journey to Optimal Thyroid Health with Carrie Vitt of Deliciously Organic Health Resources Healing Hashimoto's Course Thyroid Lab Guide + Tracker (free)  Recommended Non-Toxic Products Connect With Carly: CarlyJohnsonBrawner.com Instagram: @carlyjohnsonbrawner Sponsors: Organifi (Use code Carly for 20% off) BiOptimize: Magnesium Breakthrough (use code Carly10 for 10% off) Micro Balance (use code Carly for 10% off)  Complete Show Notes Here