Lisa Kennelly has been the CMO at Fishbrain for over three years and oversees marketing operations, strategy, and vision. Since the fall of 2020, Lisa has been responsible for growing and managing Fishbrain's eCommerce marketplace. Outside of Fishbrain, Lisa is an advisor and mentor of multiple early-stage founders and startups. Fishbrain is a mobile app and online platform with map-based tools, fishing forecasts, social networking features, and recommendations on fishing gear. Fishing is the most popular hobby in the world… and is huge in the US, Fishbrain's biggest market. During the pandemic, Fishbrain was a beneficiary of other businesses and sports shutting down and also from becoming the primary online retailer focused on a variety of fishing gear. Riding this wave, Fishbrain has grown to over 13 million users. Lisa led Fishbrain's marketing expansion beyond their (mostly) paid advertising campaigns. Fishbrain's social network feature attracts new users and contributes to their user retention. Fishbrain grows through SEO, word of mouth, influencers and even offline marketing (billboards, radio ads, etc) in some southern US states that have a thriving culture of anglers. Sometimes, all that is required to stand out in the market is observing a pattern and disrupting it with a bold design decision. At Clue, a female reproductive health app, Lisa and her team disrupted the ongoing pattern of having a pink-themed female health tracker app. This bold design decision contributed “big time” to their growth. If you are working with influencers, focus on micro-influencers because they are more approachable and have a more dedicated fan base. Nail your product benefits, product positioning, and its messaging. Be rigid about how influencers can use them and how they must not use them. If you are in a newer, less-saturated niche, SEO is a great channel because it's easier to find content gaps in the niche and fill it with high-quality content. Lisa shares that to increase your premium subscriptions: make your pro membership content truly valuable and meant for the regular, high-frequency user - not just the occasional user. Split testing can be used to avoid making decisions. Sometimes, you just have to believe in your ideas and execute them because non-determinant results of A/B testing can be paralyzing. Lisa also shares management lessons for CMO's: empathy, honesty, vulnerability, and direct feedback help connect with employees. Sometimes, simply giving your employees a kind ear to vent can do the trick. Consuming leadership content has also helped Lisa in her quest of becoming a great CMO.
Max Fann is the Co-owner and Chairman of Inbox Beverage, a company making innovations in the industry by building and distributing breweries, wineries, and distilleries in shipping containers. Max is an alumnus of A-B Tech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast. After graduating from the Fermentation program, Max went on to work as a brewer at Wicked Weed Brewing—eventually becoming its Research and Brand Development Brewer.Max joins us in this episode to discuss how Inbox Beverage is innovating water treatment systems. He also shares some of the interesting innovations he has seen at the Craft Beverage Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota.This week on Consuming the Craft:● The Inbox Beverage company and how they're innovating water treatment systems● How much water breweries typically use and why the industry needs to be a steward of the environment● Barrel-aging and packaging innovations and other amazing things from the Craft Beverage ConferenceResources Mentioned:● CraftpeakConnect with Max Fann:● Inbox Beverage ● Max Fann on LinkedIn● Email: email@example.comConsuming the Craft Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Consuming the Craft Podcast, brought to you by AB Tech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.Apple Podcasts | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help us reach more craft beverage enthusiasts.To learn more about AB Tech and the Craft Beer Institute of the Southeast, visit our website.
If you're listening to big-name marketing gurus to help you develop your content strategy, listen up! Any piece of content that can help make creating content a bit easier is great. But it's important that we put the right lens or filter on the information we're consuming. No two businesses are created equal, and often the big-name brands that dole out marketing tips and strategies are doing so from a completely different perspective. Listening to content from big names is incredibly valuable, because they have the teams and money to do the testing and research for us. But that doesn't mean their strategies will work. We don't have those big teams or the time to test, fail, and test again. Listen in this week as I add to the conversation started on another podcast by a big-name marketing person who is paving the way. I'm giving you a different lens to look through on a very specific episode. Mentioned in This Episode Book a Call with me Marketing School Podcast - Episode 2139 Gary Vee: How to Make 64 Pieces of Content in a Day
Be part of our community by joining our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thoughtbehindthings In tonight's conversation with our special guest, Fahad Yousaf. What has Fahad's Journey been like? How did he get into Chartered Accountancy and how did it go? How did he end up at LUMS? Fahad's experience in LUMS? Joining Mobilink? What does he like about Islamabad? The food in Islamabad? What was working at Mobilink like? Why was Zong a defining moment in his career? How to know what to do in life? Work-life balance? Moving to Nestle and how did his career progress? Conformity and how does Nestle manage it? Moving to Nescafe - Why do we consume so much tea? Why has Nescafe Basement been paused? Has inflation affected them? Have they started beans, pods, etc? Tea - heavy import bill Why hasn't the market share of processed milk increased over time? Why did he decide to start a school and how's it going? Will he be able to scale it? How does he envision the Pakistan of 2050? Catch this and so much more in tonight's episode. Do not forget to subscribe and press the bell icon to catch on to some amazing conversations coming your way! Connect with us: • https://www.instagram.com/thoughtbehindthings • https://www.instagram.com/muzamilhasan Fahad's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fahad-yousaf-6795285/ One8nine Media: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6akyz6EpkwyzBmKh0L2rSQ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/syed-muzamil-hasan-zaidi3/support
Fed Chair Jerome Powell is testifying on Capitol Hill today, and the markets seem to like what's saying. But even with Powell sounding hawkish on inflation, is that what the averages need to here? We'll debate. Plus, President Biden is set to officially propose a gas tax holiday. It should lower pump prices in the short term, but what about the long-term? We'll explore. And, we'll bring you the action, the story and the trade in KB Home, Accenture & Darden Restaurants ahead of results on deck in Earnings Exchange.
While we have varying degrees of knowledge and education in the industry, some things—such as accuracy, cleaning, and sanitation—need to follow standards. This is an idea Karen “Kay” Gonzalez—an alumnus of the ABTech Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast program—agrees on. Being mindful of accuracy, Kay notes, is what made her brewery succeed well. And she's right—to be a successful brewer in the industry, you have to have a mind for perfection.In this episode, Kay and I discuss the accuracy and perfection required to meet industry standards. We also dissect the wonderful things to see and do at the Craft Brewers Conference.“Everything in moderation.” - Kay GonzalezThis week on Consuming the Craft:● Kay's trip from Asheville to the Craft Brewers Conference● The refresher courses Kay and her team took at the CBC● Craft brewery industry standards and why you need to be a perfectionist when working in the industry● How COVID-19 has changed brewers' perspectives on cleaning and sanitation● The Beer Queen of Bavaria and other interesting things to see at the CBCConnect with Kay Gonzalez:● Oklawaha Brewing Company● Oklawaha Brewing Company on Facebook● Oklawaha Brewing Company on Instagram● Kay Gonzalez on InstagramConsuming the Craft Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Consuming the Craft Podcast, brought to you by AB Tech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.Apple Podcasts | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help us reach more craft beverage enthusiasts.To learn more about AB Tech and the Craft Beer Institute of the Southeast, visit our website.
Consuming too much salt can raise your risk of a slew of health problems including strokes or heart diseases. It's not like we don't know that, but actually cutting back on salt intake has proven to be rather difficult. How can we consume less salt, without sacrificing flavor (00:55)? / Why most capable don't get promoted (25:58)? On the show: Heyang, Laiming & Huang Shan
Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/drcaseymeans479 Dr. Casey Means (IG: @drcaseyskitchen) is the chief medical officer and co-founder of metabolic health company Levels, lecturer at Stanford University, and associate editor of the International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention. Her mission is to maximize human potential and reverse the epidemic of preventable chronic disease by empowering individuals with tech-enabled tools that can inform smart, personalized, and sustainable dietary and lifestyle choices. Today we're learning all about managing your blood glucose and insulin to fight disease & feel your best! In this episode, we discuss: Why it's important to manage your blood sugar levels The 5 main causes of blood sugar spikes How glucose levels impact insulin sensitivity Ask your doctor for a fasting insulin test 128 million Americans have prediabetes & type 2 diabetes How do you build a healthy body? Food is the best lever to control metabolic health The benefits of wearing a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) Exercise improves insulin sensitivity Everyone's microbiome diversity is unique How to modulate your glucose spikes by swapping foods Casey's thoughts on consuming vinegar before meals to lower glucose spikes “Healthy” foods that are blood glucose disasters Unprocessed food causes less of a glucose response Which foods can lower glucose spikes Intermittent fasting has a positive impact on metabolic health Foods that help you build a metabolically healthy body How Casey has pivoted her diet after wearing CGMs 6 factors to consider when building a metabolically healthy body Testing for micronutrient deficiencies Consuming specific foods to boost micronutrients Sleep deprivation impacts insulin sensitivity The connection between toxins and obesity Excess blue light exposure leads to worse metabolic outcomes Show sponsors: Paleovalley
Consuming foods and drinks with high fructose corn syrup could cause non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, according to a new study presented at the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society. High fructose corn syrup is found in soda and candy and has previously been linked to obesity and diabetes. The new research is based on data […] The post 211. High fructose corn syrup associated with fatty liver disease appeared first on Dr. David Geier - Feel and Perform Better Than Ever.
We are a mother-daughter team and on this special Father's Day edition of Nobody Told Me, we're joined my Laura's father, and my husband, Ronn Owens, a legendary radio talk show host who is a member of the National Radio Hall of Fame. We talk to him about some of those “nobody told me” lessons that guys learn when they become fathers, the best advice he's given to his daughters, and what he learned from his dad. Thanks to our sponsors of this episode! --> AirMedCare Network: AirMedCare Network provides world-class air transport services to the nearest, appropriate hospital or trauma center. AMCN Members have the added value of knowing their flight expenses are completely covered when flown by an AMCN provider. For as little as $85 a year, it covers your entire household, every day, 24/7, even when traveling. AMCN is the largest medical air transport membership in the country, covering 38 states. For just pennies a day, you can worry less about what matters most. This is security no family should be without. Now, as a Nobody Told Me! listener, you'll get up to a $50 eGift Card when you join. Visit www.airmedcarenetwork.com/nobody and use the offer code NOBODY. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
John “Laser” Lazarovic is an alumnus of the Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast. Before studying at ABTech, John was in the culinary world and only did some home brewing on the side for fun. He later graduated with the class of ‘21 and interned at the Oklawaha Brewing Company in Henderson, North Carolina. Today, John works at Turgua Brewing Co., a brewery based in Fairview, North Carolina.John joins us today to describe his time at ABTech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast. He discusses the expansion plans of Turgua Brewing Co. and the products they offer. He explains how Turgua Brewing Co. began in its founder's garage. He also reveals what drinks he's currently fond of and shares his observations of recent trends in the industry.“Going to a bottle shop and trying to sell a product is competing with everybody.” - John LazarovicThis week on Consuming the Craft:● John's time at ABTech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast● Why brewing requires a hands-on learning approach● Why John and Turgua Brewing are in the Craft Beverage Conference● Turgua Brewing's history and expansion plans● Why organic growth is the best way to scale a brewery● John's culinary background and how the CBI program launched his career in craft brewery● His internship at the Oklawaha Brewery in Hendersonville● What John is drinking right now and how the program informed his taste for beer● John's insight on ready-to-drink products and non-alcoholic beveragesConnect with John Lazarovic:● Turgua BrewingConsuming the CraftThanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Consuming the Craft Podcast, brought to you by AB Tech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.Apple Podcasts | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help us reach more craft beverage enthusiasts.To learn more about AB Tech and the Craft Beer Institute of the Southeast, visit our website.
Dr Joel Wallach and Pharmacist Keith discuss Liver Disease, diabetes, being prepared for excess heat, COVID sleep disorders and more 'Alarming' New Data on Disordered Sleep After COVID More than two thirds of patients (67.2%) reported at least moderate fatigue, while 21.8% reported severe fatigue, Pena reported. In addition, 41.3% reported at least moderate sleep disturbances, while 8% of patients reported severe sleep disturbances, including insomnia, "which may impair quality of life," Pena said. Obesity, mood disorders, and Black race emerged as contributors to problems with sleep and fatigue after COVID. Notably, after adjusting for demographics, Black race conferred threefold higher odds of moderate to severe sleep disturbances. "We know that people who have had COVID have more trouble sleeping afterwards. There is the COVID insomnia created in all of us just out of our worries, fears, isolation, and stress. And then there's an actual impact of having the infection itself on worsening sleep," said Benca, with Wake Forest University School of Medicine and Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist, Winston-Salem, North Carolina Omega-3 Fatty Acids May Reduce Blood Pressure An omega-3 fatty acid daily intake of approximately 3 grams, either in the form of supplements or food, may reduce blood pressure, a new meta-analysis suggests. The findings showed a substantial reduction in diastolic and systolic blood pressure when individuals consumed a moderate amount of omega-3 fatty acids, particularly eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) plus docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) combined, in doses of 2 to 3 grams per day. This association for systolic blood pressure was slightly more marked in study groups with a mean age of 45 years or older, reported Xin Zhang, PhD, of Macau University of Science and Technology in Taipa, China, and colleagues. The results were published online June 1 in the Journal of the American Heart Association. High Fructose Intake May Trigger Fatty Liver Disease Adding drinks with a high fructose content to a diet that already includes high fat content can accelerate the chances of fatty liver disease, according to scientists at the University of Barcelona. What to know: • A high intake of fructose may increase the risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, in which too much fat is stored in liver cells. • High-fructose corn syrup is one of the most common sweeteners in the food industry and is used despite scientific evidence that it is associated with metabolic disorders that are risk factors of cardiovascular disease. • Consuming a high-fructose diet for long periods can lead to a deterioration of the layer of cells that creates the intestinal barrier that prevents bacteria and toxins from leaking into the bloodstream and affecting the liver. • Fatty liver disease can lead to liver inflammation and liver damage, resulting in nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, a more aggressive disease that in turn can progress to scarring of the liver (cirrhosis), liver cancer, and liver failure. • Severe fatty liver disease and liver tumors from the gut barrier deterioration created by excessive fructose intake can be prevented with medications. This is a summary of the article, "A New Study Relates Liquid Fructose Intake to Fatty Liver Disease," published in Molecular Nutrition and Food Research on March 4, 2022. The full article can be found on newswise.com. To learn more about Dr Wallach, the 90 for Life products, and to get a FREE health evaluation and consult with Pharmacist Keith visit: http://CampaignForNutrition.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/askpharmacistkeith/message
Data integration, governance, and consumption play a pivotal role in the machine learning lifecycle. New offerings from Informatica illustrate the types of tools data science teams need to handle data integration, governance, and consumption. Published at: https://www.eckerson.com/articles/integrating-governing-and-consuming-data-for-the-machine-learning-lifecycle
Is your high blood sugar caused by electromagnetic hypersensitivity? Trent University (Ontario), June 1, 2022 Experts believe that the shocking epidemic of type 2 diabetes is being driven by lifestyle factors, primarily obesity and inactivity. But, evidence is accumulating that hypersensitivity to electromagnetic fields can cause high blood sugar, raising the possibility that a third form of the disease – “type 3 diabetes” – could be caused by this form of environmental pollution. Case studies show that high blood sugar is triggered by exposure to “dirty electricity” According to peer-reviewed research published in Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine, “dirty electricity,” or transient electrical fields, can affect blood sugar levels in diabetic individuals who are electrically sensitive. Dr. Havas, an Associate Professor of Environmental and Resource Studies at Trent University, presented case studies showing that plasma glucose levels increased in response to electromagnetic pollution. Dr. Havas noted that people with unexplained rises in blood sugar could potentially be electrosensitive – and, in fact, suffering type 3 diabetes. (With 3 to 35 percent of the population experiencing electrosensitivity, as many as 5 to 60 million diabetics worldwide could be affected by this perplexing and under-diagnosed condition!) Electrosensitivity (ES), also known as electrical sensitivity, electromagnetic hypersensitivity and cellphone sickness, was originally termed “radio wave sickness.” It was officially identified in the 1970s by Russian doctors to describe an occupational syndrome developed by workers who were exposed to microwave or radiofrequency radiation. Symptoms occur when an individual is exposed to wireless technologies or electrical devices such as cell phone towers, “smart” meters, WiFi routers, power line magnetic fields, plasma TVs, laptops, cell phones, energy-efficient lighting, fluorescent lighting and dimmer switches. The symptoms can be mild or severe, and can include headaches, dizziness, heart palpitations, insomnia, memory problems, depression and fatigue. Numbness and tingling, high blood pressure, nosebleeds, tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and shortness of breath can also be indications of electrosensitivity. And, in spite of the item's name, you shouldn't work with a laptop on your lap. Avoiding smart meters, sleeping in an electricity-free bedroom, and eliminating dimmer switches are also wise moves, while installing Graham/Stetzer filters can help you cut down on “dirty electricity.” The takeaway: if you have been diagnosed with diabetes and are electrosensitive, cutting down on your EMF exposure is a commonsense choice you can make today. A polyphenol-rich diet prevents inflammation in older people University of Barcelona (Spain), June 8, 2022 Polyphenols in the foods that we eat can prevent inflammation in older people, since they alter the intestinal microbiota and induce the production of the indole 3-propionic acid (IPA), a metabolite derived from the degradation of tryptophan due to intestinal bacteria. This is stated in a study published in the journal Molecular Nutrition and Food Research, carried out by the Research Group at the University of Barcelona and the CIBER on Fragility and Healthy Ageing The study shows the interaction between polyphenols and gut microbiota can induce the proliferation of bacteria with the ability to synthetize beneficial metabolites, such as IPA, a postbiotic with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties that contributes to improve the health of the intestinal wall. Therefore, this compound would contribute to the prevention of some diseases associated with ageing. “If we consider the beneficial effects of IPA on the gut microbiota and health in general, it is important to find reliable strategies to promote the production of this metabolite. As part of the study, the researchers carried out a multiomic analysis on faecal samples of fifty-one volunteers aged over sixty-five who kept following a diet rich in polyphenols (green tea, bitter chocolate, fruits including apples, pomegranate and blueberries) for eight weeks. The results show that the diet rich in polyphenols generated a significant increase in the blood IPA levels, together with a decrease in inflammation levels and changes in the bacteria of the microbiota, from the order of Bacteroidales. Study shows people with a high omega-3 DHA level in their blood are at 49% lower risk of Alzheimer's Fatty Acid Research Institute, June 9, 2022 New research published today in Nutrients shows that people with a higher blood DHA level are 49% less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease vs. those with lower levels, according to the Fatty Acid Research Institute (FARI). The study, led by Aleix Sala-Vila, PhD, suggested that providing extra dietary omega-3 DHA, especially for those carrying the ApoE4 gene (which approximately doubles an individual's susceptibility to develop AD) might slow the development of the disease. Such a cost-effective, low-risk dietary intervention like this could potentially save billions in health care costs. In this prospective observational study conducted within the Framingham Offspring Cohort — including 1490 dementia-free participants aged ≥65 years old — researchers examined the association of red blood cell (RBC) docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) with incident Alzheimer's Disease (AD), while also testing for an interaction with APOE-ε4 carriership. Tthe researchers noted that an increased intake of DHA might lower risk for developing AD, particularly in higher-risk individuals such as those carrying the APOE-ε4 allele, suggesting that they may benefit more from higher DHA levels than non-carriers. Vegan diet rich in legumes beneficial for decreased weight in new study Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, June 8, 2022 A vegan diet improves diet quality, leading to decreased weight and improved insulin sensitivity, according to a new study by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Decreased weight was most associated with increased intake of legumes and decreased intake of meat, fish, and poultry. “Our research shows that the best way to improve the quality of your health is to improve the quality of the foods you eat,” says Hana Kahleova, MD, PhD, director of clinical research at the Physicians Committee and a study co-author. “That means avoiding animal products and eating a vegan diet rich in fruits, vegetables, grains, and beans.” The participants in the 16-week study included 244 overweight adults who were randomly assigned to either make no diet changes or to follow a low-fat vegan diet, without calorie restrictions, consisting of vegetables, grains, legumes, and fruits. Researchers tracked diet quality, body weight, fat mass, and insulin sensitivity. The final data analysis included 219 participants who completed the whole study and submitted their final diet records. Participants on the vegan diet lost an average of 13 pounds and 9.1 pounds of fat mass. Body weight and fat mass did not decrease in the group that made no diet changes. In the vegan group, increases in fruit, legume, meat alternative, and whole grain intake and decreases in animal products, added oils, and animal fats were associated with weight loss: Fruit: Increased intake of whole fruit was associated with a decrease in body weight. Legumes and Meat Alternatives: Increased legume consumption was associated with decreased weight, fat mass, and visceral adipose tissue. Consuming more meat alternatives, including tofu, tempeh, and veggie burgers, was associated with a decrease in body weight. Grains: Increased consumption of whole grains was associated with decreased body weight and fat mass. Eggs and Dairy Products: Decreased egg intake was correlated with decreased weight. Decreased high-fat dairy intake was associated with decreased weight and fat mass. Meat, Fish, and Poultry: Reductions in the combined intake of total meat, fish, and poultry were associated with weight loss and a decrease in fat mass. Added Fats: Decreases in intake of added animal fats were associated with decreases in weight and fat mass. Decreased intake of added oils also correlated with decreases in weight and fat mass. The vegan group also experienced improvements in insulin sensitivity. Western diets rich in fructose and fat cause diabetes via glycerate-mediated loss of pancreatic islet cells Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation, June 9, 2022 Those who are habitually inclined to consume burgers, fries and soda may think twice about their dietary choices following scientists' latest findings about high-fat, high-fructose diets. As reported in their recent publication in Cell Metabolism, the Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation (TIBI), discovered that a high-fat diet can increase fructose metabolism in the small intestine, leading to release of a fructose-specific metabolite called glycerate into circulation. Circulating glycerate can subsequently cause damage of the insulin-producing pancreatic beta cells, increasing the risk of glucose tolerance disorders, such as Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Although T2DM is typically found in older people, it has been occurring more and more in younger people. In the past two decades alone, T2DM has doubled in prevalence. Equally concerning are the health risks associated with T2DM, including heart disease and stroke. In T2DM, there are insufficient levels of insulin, a hormone that regulates movement of glucose into peripheral cells. To compensate for this, the pancreas overworks to secrete additional insulin, with eventual loss of this ability. The result is an unhealthy accumulation of glucose in the blood. Collectively, the scientists' findings suggest that a prolonged exposure to high levels of glycerate due to excessive consumption of western diets rich in dietary fructose and fat poses the risk of damage to the pancreatic islet cells and development of diabetes. New study associates intake of dairy milk with greater risk of prostate cancer Loma Linda University, June 9, 2022 Men with higher intakes of dairy foods, especially milk, face a significantly higher risk of prostate cancer compared to men with lower intakes, according to a new study conducted by researchers at Loma Linda University Health. The study found no such associations between increased prostate cancer risk and intake of non-dairy calcium, suggesting substances other than calcium play a role in the risk dairy foods poses for prostate cancer. The study's results reveal that men who consumed about 430 grams of dairy per day (1 ¾ cups of milk) faced a 25% increased risk of prostate cancer compared to men who consumed only 20.2 grams of dairy per day (1/2 cup of milk per week). Also, men who consumed about 430 grams of dairy per day faced an even greater increase in risk when compared to men with zero dairy intake in their diets. Fraser noted that the results had minimal variation when comparing intake of full fat versus reduced or nonfat milks; there were no important associations reported with cheese and yogurt.
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Mike Fuller is a master brewer at Kite Hill Brewing Co. at Clemson City in South Carolina. After graduating from ABTech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast program, Mike spent nine years in Asheville, North Carolina working in several breweries, including Oskar Blues and DSSOLVR. Later, Mike dreamed of going to Clemson to give the city its first brewery—a dream he would soon realize by working with Kite Hill Brewing Co.Mike joins us today to discuss his career journey after graduating from the program. He shares the history of Kite Hill Brewing Co. and what Clemson City is like. He describes his internship experience at Oskar Blues Brewery and his stint as a fly fishing guide. He also discusses how DSSOLVR adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic and highlights how CBI has prepared him for where he is in his career today.“From actual brewing to doing business and brewhouse development, I am able to use the base that I developed through CBI's program where I'm currently at in my career.” - Mike FullerThis week on Consuming the Craft:● The history of Kite Hill Brewing Co.● Mike's background and journey to Kite Hill Brewing Co.● His internship at Oskar Blues Brewery● Mike's return to Asheville and stint as a fly fishing guide● Innovation in the craft brewery industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic● How the CBI program prepared Mike for the challenges of the brewery industryConnect with Mike Fuller:● Kite Hill Brewing Co.● Kite Hill Brewing Co. on Instagram● Kite Hill Brewing Co. on FacebookConsuming the CraftThanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Consuming the Craft Podcast, brought to you by AB Tech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.Apple Podcasts | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help us reach more craft beverage enthusiasts.To learn more about AB Tech and the Craft Beer Institute of the Southeast, visit our website.
How do you encourage your audience to consume your content? Whether it's a free download or a paid course or a membership, how do you use your emails to inspire your subscribers or customers to use the amazing content they now have access to? Today we're covering content consumption by sharing an exclusive panel discussion with our friend Monica Snyder taken from our 2021 Inbox conference. Monica is the CEO and Founder of Birdsong.co, and she's a true marketing genius! She's great at funnels and ads, and she's super analytical. In our conversation, we talk about consumption emails - the emails you send when someone opts in for your free lead magnet or buys something from you. Should you send these emails at all? Do they help? Or do they just get in the way? Let's find out! SOME EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: (0:21) Come and join us at Inbox 2022 - for FREE! (5:50) Should you send consumption emails? (9:15) YES to sending consumption emails AND to offering upsells. (10:40) Consuming your content encourages people to buy more from you. (13:04) Do consumption emails work for both free and paid-for products? (19:21) Are consumption emails nagging? (22:32) How to upsell in your consumption emails. (23:56) Make use of custom fields! (27:45) Do free trials work? (33:35) Subject line of the week. Come and join us at Inbox 2022 - for FREE!Before we get into this conversation with Monica Snyder, we want to let you know that our Inbox conference is happening at the end of June 2022. And we'd like to invite you to join us for FREE! Previously, tickets to this conference were $500, but this year we're going to grow the event massively and make it into the biggest online email marketing party you can imagine. It's packed with amazing speakers, and it's fully online, and fully live. So check out the line-up and https://www.emailmarketingheroes.com/inbox/ (register here for FREE)! Should you send consumption emails?There's definitely a view that if someone takes the time to consume our content, uses it, and gets results, they're more likely to buy something else in the future. However, in our business, when someone opts in or buys something, we put them into a campaign to sell them on the next thing as soon as the next day. For Rob, for example, when people download a free lead magnet from you, follow-up emails are more about trying to get them to click a link, rather than looking at the free content. Why? Because we think it's important to get them to subconsciously engage with us as a brand, rather than blindly consuming the content. It's probably a controversial viewpoint, but Rob thinks we cannot always trust our subscribers or customers to implement our solutions. The onus to consume the content and get results is on them, and it's a fact that most people never consume the content they download or pay for. So if you're waiting for the point where the person has consumed your content, you may be waiting forever! YES to sending consumption emails AND to offering upsellsMonica, however, thinks we should definitely encourage people to consume our products. Part of our job as course creators, teachers, and information givers is to make sure we're providing the information to ensure people do what they need to do with what we've given them. So for Monica, consumption emails are a big YES! But she also believes we should let people know about the next thing to buy. This is why Monica's consumption emails lead straight into a sale. For us, part of the problem is that in the past we found ourselves bashing our heads against a brick wall trying to get people to consume our content. That's how we reached the cynical viewpoint that you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink. We're the kind of people who will unsubscribe from someone's list after buying something if we feel we're being heavily forced to consume it. And that's because we don't like to consume content...
How do you encourage your audience to consume your content? Whether it's a free download or a paid course or a membership, how do you use your emails to inspire your subscribers or customers to use the amazing content they now have access to? Today we're covering content consumption by sharing an exclusive panel discussion with our friend Monica Snyder taken from our 2021 Inbox conference. Monica is the CEO and Founder of Birdsong.co, and she's a true marketing genius! She's great at funnels and ads, and she's super analytical. In our conversation, we talk about consumption emails - the emails you send when someone opts in for your free lead magnet or buys something from you. Should you send these emails at all? Do they help? Or do they just get in the way? Let's find out! SOME EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: (0:21) Come and join us at Inbox 2022 - for FREE! (5:50) Should you send consumption emails? (9:15) YES to sending consumption emails AND to offering upsells. (10:40) Consuming your content encourages people to buy more from you. (13:04) Do consumption emails work for both free and paid-for products? (19:21) Are consumption emails nagging? (22:32) How to upsell in your consumption emails. (23:56) Make use of custom fields! (27:45) Do free trials work? (33:35) Subject line of the week. Come and join us at Inbox 2022 - for FREE!Before we get into this conversation with Monica Snyder, we want to let you know that our Inbox conference is happening at the end of June 2022. And we'd like to invite you to join us for FREE! Previously, tickets to this conference were $500, but this year we're going to grow the event massively and make it into the biggest online email marketing party you can imagine. It's packed with amazing speakers, and it's fully online, and fully live. So check out the line-up and https://www.emailmarketingheroes.com/inbox/ (register here for FREE)! Should you send consumption emails?There's definitely a view that if someone takes the time to consume our content, uses it, and gets results, they're more likely to buy something else in the future. However, in our business, when someone opts in or buys something, we put them into a campaign to sell them on the next thing as soon as the next day. For Rob, for example, when people download a free lead magnet from you, follow-up emails are more about trying to get them to click a link, rather than looking at the free content. Why? Because we think it's important to get them to subconsciously engage with us as a brand, rather than blindly consuming the content. It's probably a controversial viewpoint, but Rob thinks we cannot always trust our subscribers or customers to implement our solutions. The onus to consume the content and get results is on them, and it's a fact that most people never consume the content they download or pay for. So if you're waiting for the point where the person has consumed your content, you may be waiting forever! YES to sending consumption emails AND to offering upsellsMonica, however, thinks we should definitely encourage people to consume our products. Part of our job as course creators, teachers, and information givers is to make sure we're providing the information to ensure people do what they need to do with what we've given them. So for Monica, consumption emails are a big YES! But she also believes we should let people know about the next thing to buy. This is why Monica's consumption emails lead straight into a sale. For us, part of the problem is that in the past we found ourselves bashing our heads against a brick wall trying to get people to consume our content. That's how we reached the cynical viewpoint that you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink. We're the kind of people who will unsubscribe from someone's list after buying something if we feel we're being heavily forced to consume it. And that's because we don't like to consume content on someone else's
Today starts a month long series of "STOP THIS, DO THIS" in your social selling business. I know you have BIG goals and you want to achieve great things. We have this list of things to do, but the reality is there are some things we need to STOP doing! Today we're talking about consuming...books, content, trainings, podcasts, the list could go on and on. There are great things out there. Great content you need for your business to get you where you want to go, but the reality is...it's easy to CONSUME and much harder to DO! If you're looking for success and growth in your network marketing / social selling business...then this is for you! We finish it with a challenge...I'd love to hear what you're going to do! xx, michelle ______________________ Ready to NICHE INTO SUCCESS? bit.ly/nicheintosuccess WHO WANTS A FREE COACHING CALL? I want to hear from YOU!!! I'm giving away a FREE coaching call! Fill this out and you'll be entered to win! >>>>> https://bit.ly/30minfreecoachingcall FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/itsmemichellecastro/ (it's a new account) Where to find me: https://www.growthagainstthegrain.com SUBSCRIBE + FREE GIFT: https://www.growthagainstthegrain.com/subscribe
Consuming a healthy diet during pregnancy is an obvious and accepted recommedation. However, what exactly is a "healthy diet" in this context? In addition, there are specific nutrients which are crucial for the healthy development of the child, including nutrients which may be difficult to consume enough of. In addition there are nutrients and foods that need to limited or avoided during this period. In this episode, researcher and dietitian Dr. Julie Abayomi discusses important nutrients in pregnancy (e.g. iodine, DHA, and folic acid), as well as potentially problematic nutrients/foods (e.g. high-mercury fish and caffeine). In addition, she discusses the current debates about weight gain/loss during pregnancy, as well as what supports are needed for health professionals supporting pregnant women. Click here for show notes Subscribe to Premium
Consuming too many sugars and carbohydrates can have long term negative consequences to your health. Dr. Sarah Myhill sheds light on chronic fatigue syndrome management and how a ketogenic diet supports good health for life. In this episode, Cathy and Sarah discuss: Diagnosing chronic fatigue syndrome based on a patient's overall clinical picture Managing chronic fatigue by addressing 4 control mechanisms: diet and gut function, mitochondria, thyroid, adrenal Finding root causes and setting people up with good health for life Understanding how ketosis helps preserve energy and improve gut health Examples of daily meals and eating habits on a ketogenic diet How a ketogenic diet is based on high calories and creates high energy Acknowledging the impact of a lifestyle addicted to sugars and carbohydrates Advice for measuring and testing to know if you're in ketosis Simplifying blood sugar control with a ketogenic diet Benefits of unprocessed foods and sticking to primitive principles of eating Memorable Quotes: “The problem with most prescription medications is most are symptom suppression. And that is not the way to cure somebody.” “The single largest problem that we face is that we are not eating an evolutionarily correct diet.” “We spend an awful lot of energy detoxing a toxic gut. We spend an awful lot of raw materials on that same process, and that is an enormous waste of energy.” “We should all be eating foods which are as unprocessed as possible.” Dr. Sarah Myhill qualified from the Middlesex Hospital Medical School, London, honours viva, 1981, since when she has been working continuously in NHS general and private practice. This was part time work when her daughters Ruth and Claire were born in 1982 and 1984. She has a special interest in treating chronic fatigue syndrome and estimates she has seen over 9,000 patients with CFS and/or ME. This includes patients with post viral fatigue, occupational exposure to organophosphates, Gulf War Veterans, aerotoxic pilots, vaccination, 9/11 syndrome, sick building syndrome etc. In 1997, she gave evidence to two government working parties, one of which looked into this problem, and one into the health problems of silicone breast implants. She is affiliated to the Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the General Naturopathic Council. Dr. Sarah Myhill has been helping sufferers from debilitating chronic conditions for over 30 years with an approach that combines all the benefits of current scientific knowledge and medical testing and treatments with an expanding appreciation of the importance of nutrition and lifestyle. She is currently a Naturopathic Physician, Member of the British Society for Ecological Medicine and was formerly an active member of the General Medical Council. She's written many books and has won several awards including the Peoples Book Prize Winner and was a British Medical Association Short-listed author. She has also co-authored three medical papers on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and mitochondrial dysfunction and is highly regarded for her expertise in this area. Author/co-author of seven books: Diagnosis of CFS and ME Ecological Medicine The PK Cookbook Prevent and Cure Diabetes The Infection Game The Energy Equation NEW RELEASE: Green Mother - Families Fit for the Future Mentioned In This Episode: Books: https://www.amazon.com/Diagnosis-Treatment-Chronic-Syndrome-Encephalitis/dp/160358787X https://www.amazon.com/Green-Mother-Families-Fit-Future/dp/1781612048/ Website: https://www.drmyhill.co.uk/ Links to resources: Health Coach Group Website https://www.thehealthcoachgroup.com/
in this episode i'm talking about Kim Kardashian being Accused Of Stealing Skincare Name From Lori Harvey + Kim and Kourtney Kardashian Brag about consuming body fluids
Videos : 1. Introducing The Reset: The Great Reset Docuseries (Start @ 0:30) 2. Welcome to 2030 this is agenda for humans 3. WEF – Anything Will Be Put in A Body (1:24) 4. The social contract has been broken by the few of the State, says Neil Oliver (9:35) 5. Fake Meat, Fake Breastmilk and Food Shortages – Allison Royal (11:38) 6. Good news! WHO Pandemic ‘Treaty' voted down (6:09) 7. Carl Sagan's views about science (1:22) 8. How to speak Bidenese – by: Not the Bee (3:04) Vegan diet might ease diabetic nerve pain Lenox Hill Hospital (NYC), May 28th, 2022 A vegan diet might help people with diabetes-related nerve damage shed weight and find some pain relief, a small pilot study suggests. In the new study, researchers tested whether a vegan diet could help people with type 2 diabetes and painful nerve damage in their feet or hands. The investigators found that over 20 weeks, the 17 people they assigned to the diet lost an average of 15 pounds. At the same time, blood flow to their feet improved and their pain eased up. The dieters were told to limit themselves to 20 to 30 grams of fat per day, and to load up on “low GI” foods, which are foods that do not cause a large surge in blood sugar. Breakfast might include oatmeal with raisins, Wells said, while dinner could be lentil stew, or a vegetable stir-fry with rice. After about five months, the vegan group had lost 15 pounds, on average, versus about 1 pound in the comparison group. They also reported bigger improvements on a standard pain-rating survey. (Next) About 3 grams a day of omega-3 fatty acids may lower blood pressure, more research needed Macau University of Science and Technology (China) About 3 grams daily of omega-3 fatty acids, consumed in foods or supplements, appears to be the optimal daily dose to help lower blood pressure, according to a research review published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association, an open access, peer-reviewed journal of the American Heart Association. According to our research, the average adult may have a modest blood pressure reduction from consuming about 3 grams a day of these fatty acids,” said study author Xinzhi Li, M.D., Ph.D., at Macau University of Science and Technology in Macau, China. Researchers analyzed the results of 71 clinical trials from around the world published from 1987 to 2020. The analysis found: Compared to adults who did not consume EPA and DHA, those who consumed between 2 and 3 grams daily of combined DHA and EPA omega-3 fatty acids (in supplements, food or both) had reduced systolic (top number) and diastolic (bottom number) blood pressure by an average 2 mm Hg. Consuming more than 3 grams of omega-3 fatty acids daily may have added blood pressure-lowering benefit for adults with high blood pressure or high blood lipids: At 3g a day of omega-3s, systolic blood pressure (SBP) decreased an average of 4.5 mm Hg for those with hypertension, and about 2 mm Hg on average for those without. At 5g a day of omega-3s, SBP declined an average of nearly 4 mm Hg for those with hypertension and less than 1 mm Hg on average for those without. (Next) When is the best time of day to exercise? The answer may be different for men and women Skidmore College When should I fit exercise within my daily schedule? For most, the answer depends on our family's schedule and working hours, and perhaps on whether we're “larks” or “night owls.” But over the past decade, researchers have found that much more hangs on this question than these constraints. That's because recent findings suggest that the effectiveness of exercise depends on the time of day (Exercise Time Of Day, ETOD). Now, a randomized controlled trial not only confirms convincingly that ETOD affects the effectiveness of exercise, but also shows that these effects differ between types of exercise, and between women and men. Principal investigator Dr. Paul J Arciero, a professor at the Health and Human Physiological Sciences Department said: “Here we show for the first time that for women, exercise during the morning reduces belly fat and blood pressure, whereas evening exercise in women increases upper body muscular strength, power, and endurance, and improves overall mood and nutritional satiety.” (Next) Diabetes may weaken teeth and promote tooth decay Rutgers University, May 31, 2022 People with both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are prone to tooth decay, and a new study from Rutgers may explain why: reduced strength and durability of enamel and dentin, the hard substance under enamel that gives structure to teeth. Researchers induced Type 1 diabetes in 35 mice and used a Vickers microhardness tester to compare their teeth with those of 35 healthy controls over 28 weeks. Although the two groups started with comparable teeth, enamel grew significantly softer in the diabetic mice after 12 weeks, and the gap continued to widen throughout the study. Significant differences in dentin microhardness arose by week 28. (Next) Could beating drums help beat autism? King's College London, June 1, 2022 The percussive skill needed to bang out rhythms on a drum may help improve socializing, inhibition control and focus among teens with autism, new research suggest The finding follows work with 36 teens with an autism spectrum disorder. Half were randomly chosen to receive two months' worth of drum training, based on a standard electronic drum kit program. The upshot: Learning to drum appeared to reduce hyperactive behavior and improve teens' ability to focus and pay attention, she said. The activity also seemed to enhance communication “between brain regions responsible for inhibitory control, action-outcome monitoring, and self-regulation.” Drumming requires “motor planning and timing accuracy” as well as focused attention and inhibition control. Those assigned to drum training were given two 45-minute sessions a week for eight weeks. The other group received no drum training.The findings were published online May 31 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Andrew Boyd is the President of Blue Label Packaging Company, a printing and packaging company dedicated to translating the spirit of their clients' businesses into labels and packaging. As the President of Blue Label, Andrew is passionate about well-designed business processes and upholding the company's high service standards to customers. Andrew joins me today to discuss printing, packaging, and labeling for craft breweries. He describes his background and how he got started in printing and packaging. He explains how Blue Label Packaging responded to increasing demand driven by COVID-19 and how they pivoted their operations during the pandemic. Andrew also highlights the importance of packaging and underscores the joys of being a label-printing company for the craft brewery industry. “We're elevating the brewery industry, so it's only fair that the packaging matches where we're headed.” - Andrew Boyd This week on Consuming the Craft:● Andrew's background and how he got into printing and packaging● How Blue Label Packaging met the needs of craft breweries● Why craft brewery is a strange market to get into● How the COVID-19 pandemic impacted Blue Label Packaging's business● The limited release methodology● “Engi-nerding” and brewing equipment manufacturers Connect with Andrew Boyd:● Blue Label Packaging● Blue Label Packaging on LinkedIn● Blue Label Packaging on Instagram● Blue Label Packaging on Facebook● Blue Label Packaging on Twitter● Andrew Boyd on LinkedIn Consuming the Craft Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Consuming the Craft Podcast, brought to you by AB Tech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.Apple Podcasts | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help us reach more craft beverage enthusiasts.To learn more about AB Tech and the Craft Beer Institute of the Southeast, visit our website.
Second Baptist Church - Houston, TX | In light of the end and Jesus' return - looming ever so increasingly day by day - we have the temptation to neglect our daily responsibilities on this earth, in looking forward to the next. But according to the Apostle Paul, this tendency is rooted in a wrong view of work and our calling for today.
Rebecca Murphy has a Bachelor's degree in English Language and Literature from Eastern Michigan University, a Master's Degree in Physical Therapy from Western Carolina University, and an Associate in Applied Science from A-B Technical Community College in Brewing, Distillation, and Fermentation. A former Army Engineer, Rebecca has moved on from building and blowing things up to drinking professionally and doing very careful math as Head of Product Development of Two Trees Distilling Co. in Fletcher, NC. Rebecca joins me to share news on upcoming craft cocktails from Two Trees and why the company chooses to do both a spirit and malt-based product line. We sample a Kernza whiskey while discussing the innovative methods Two Trees uses to age whiskey. Rebecca shares the sustainable practices of the company and the unique properties of the new Kernza grain that is taking the industry by storm. She also reveals the new Moon Chasers that will be hitting shelves soon and her process when developing new products. This week on Consuming the Craft:● New craft beverage products that Two Trees is working on● Why Two Trees are doing spirit and malt-based product lines● Booze Clues: Kernza Whiskey● The innovative ways that Two Trees ages their whiskey● How the company is using sustainable practices for their wood aging● The unique properties of the new Kernza grain● Coming soon: New Moon Chasers● The process of developing a new productResources Mentioned:● CBI035 - The Meandering Path that Leads to Brewing and Being a Female Brewer with Rebecca MurphyConnect with Rebecca Murphy:● Two Trees Distilling Co.● Two Trees Distilling Co. on LinkedIn● Two Trees Distilling Co. on Instagram● Two Trees Distilling Co. on FacebookThis episode is brought to you by… McConnell Farms - Taste the Way You Remember. Enjoy homemade ciders and ice cream made from only the best produce on the market. Visit the McConnell Farms website to learn more about our seasonal inventory and delicious creations you can make with our homegrown produce.Consuming the Craft Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Consuming the Craft Podcast, brought to you by AB Tech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.Apple Podcasts | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help us reach more craft beverage enthusiasts.To learn more about AB Tech and the Craft Beer Institute of the Southeast, visit our website.
Chapter titles:00:00-00:59 Intro00:59-02:17 Money & Your Mindset02:17-03:26 Instant vs. Delayed Gratification03:26-04:56 Marshmallow Experiment 04:56-07:37 What is Time Preference?07:37-09:57 The Importance of Lower Time Preference Sponsors:Buzzsprout, the best way to start a podcast!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1305358Safely secure your crypto with Ledger, the largest crypto hardware wallet! https://shop.ledger.com/?r=aa519baed9caKevin describes the difference between instant & delayed gratification. As well as the importance of having long term thinking and not becoming a consumer within society. Focusing on the more rewarding long term gain is important compared to the immediate gain you can get today. He goes over the popular marshmallow experiment conducted by Walter Mischel which detailed how students reacted to instant and delayed gratification. Kevin also explained the concept behind time preference and how it plays a vital role with our decision making everyday.Each financial choice we make everyday either lower's or increases our time preference. When an individual is able to lower their time preference, they have a better quality of life because they are not worrying about money. They have accumulated capital over a long period of time and they now can focus on other areas in their life that gives them a higher purpose. When individuals higher their time preference, they don't have the luxury of doing other things that give them meaning. Nor can they be more productive. They continue to stay on the hamster wheel. This video is all about your mindset and understanding that your decisions everyday ultimately impact your finances in a positive or a negative way. Show email & contact info:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgLinkTree: https://linktr.ee/insightfulprinciplesSocial MediaInstagram & TikTok: @insightfulprinciplesTwitter: @insightprinplesLinkedIn: Kevin Jenkins Clubhouse: @kevnjenkins#instant #delayed #gratification #insightful #principlesSupport the show
As the world burns or turns, or whatever we are rapidly sliding towards, the real storm is the one few talk about. We are unmoored. We have created a society that minimizes the things that matter at the expense of the things that don't matter. We are all complicit. The great CS Lewis said, "Homemaking is surely in reality the most important work in the world. What do ships, railways, mines, cars, government, etc. exist for except that people may be fed, warmed, and safe in their own homes? The homemaker's job is one for which all other's exist." We now seem to have this backward. A modern reality might be, “Consuming stuff is surely in reality the most important work in the world. What do families exist for except to raise people who will consume and buy this stuff so large corporations and government can be safe in their homes. Consuming stuff is the one thing for which all humans exist.” Thankfully, each one of us can be a solution. You can be a light to a stormy world. Together we can ride this out and show people another way.
Max Fann is the Co-Owner and Chairman of Inbox Beverage and a Brewing and Fermentation Program alumni of A-B Tech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast. After completing the program, Max when on to become a brewer and Wood Cellarman at Wicked Weed Brewery, where he eventually became the Lead Pub Brewer and Research & Brand Development Brewer. With his knowledge from the Craft Beverage Institute and his pursuit of an MBA from LSU, Max wanted to create a faster and easier way to build a beverage production space, and the Inbox Beverage company was born.Today, Max joins me to share how the program at AB Tech helped him in his career and the many networking opportunities it offers. He reveals the innovative idea behind his new business and how the Inbox Beverage company will help customers set up and produce from their new brewing spaces. He also shares the different options available and how the Inbox Beverage container will help small brewers and craft beverage businesses throughout the industry.This week on Consuming the Craft:● How the program at A-B Technical Institute helped Max achieve success in the industry● The many networking opportunities students have access to through the program● Booze Clues: Buffalo Trace - Kentucky Bourbon Straight Whiskey● The idea behind Inbox Beverage● How the company will help customers of Inbox Beverage to produce a quality product● The flexibility of the Inbox Beverage product● How the Inbox Beverage container will help small brewersConnect with Max Fann:● Inbox Beverage ● Email: email@example.com● Max Fann on LinkedInThis episode is brought to you by… McConnell Farms - Taste the Way You Remember. Enjoy homemade ciders and ice cream made from only the best produce on the market. Visit the McConnell Farms website to learn more about our seasonal inventory and delicious creations you can make with our homegrown produce.Consuming the CraftThanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Consuming the Craft Podcast, brought to you by AB Tech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.Apple Podcasts | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help us reach more craft beverage enthusiasts.To learn more about AB Tech and the Craft Beer Institute of the Southeast, visit our website.
While the show is on hiatus until May 25, allow me to share one of my favourite conversations from last year: my chat with Evangelical convert to Catholicism, a biblical powerhouse, Dr. Scott Hahn.In this episode, I'm joined by fellow Catholic convert, author, and biblical theologian Dr. Scott Hahn from the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology to talk about the Eucharist. In this discussion, we climb the summit from an Evangelical understanding of Communion as merely symbol up to the Catholic view of the Eucharist as the Real Presence of Christ. We discuss the transformative power and incredible reality of the sacraments and how better understanding the Old and New Covenants and typology deepens our love for the faith and our ability to evangelize! A great conversation on the Eucharist – the centre of the life of the Church – that's made to share with your non-Catholic friends! For more from Dr. Hahn visit the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology where you can find his fantastic books including The Lamb's Supper, Consuming the Word, and The Fourth Cup.Be sure to check out Parousia: The Bible and the Mass, streaming for free at the St. Paul Center's website.For more, visit The Cordial Catholic. Send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please consider financially supporting this show! For more information visit the Patreon page. All patrons receive access to exclusive content and if you can give $5/mo or more you'll also be entered into monthly draws for fantastic books hand-picked by me.If you'd like to give a one-time donation to The Cordial Catholic, you can visit the PayPal page.Thank you to those already supporting the show!This podcast is brought to you in a special way by our Patreon Co-Producers Gina, Eyram, Susanne, Elli and Tom, Kelvin and Susan, and Stephen.Support the show
You're listening to the Change Academy podcast, so we assume that you have some sort of aspirations or goals. Things about your health or your habits or your lifestyle that you'd like to change. A vision for a future that's a little different–and a little better–than the reality of today. But if you've been listening for a while, and not much has changed, you may be suffering from consumption. And we don't mean the old-fashioned disease that all the heroines of 19th-century opera die of. Our challenge for each and every listener of this podcast is to send us an email this week. Tell us three things:1) what you most want to create in your life that is not yet a reality.2) how long you've wanted this3) What action you are taking this week to move toward itWe will respond to every email we get.Don't forget to find out more about the upcoming Weighless sessions at Weighless.life
The party hustles to get all the key parts and make it to the Arbor of the World before they turn into topiaries. Bramblebeard gets stuck in a tree. Cassalynn stages a rescue. Both Angharrad and Brother Maltus are horrified by their herbs.
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I'm sharing some exciting news in today's podcast episode! Find out the top 10 ways I prepared for pregnancy. Today's episode is sponsored by the Fertility Awareness Mastery LIVE 10 week group coaching program! We start on May 10th! Will you be joining us? Click here to register now! Today's episode is sponsored by the Fertility Awareness Mastery Online Self-Study Course. The most in-depth and comprehensive online fertility awareness self-study program available. Click here to join now! Topics discussed in today's episode: 10 ways Lisa prepared for pregnancy Eating liver and organ meats and its benefits Consume fish two to three times a week for omega 3 Replenishing nutrients from previous pregnancies Lisa's requested supplements Consuming enough protein daily including days that include physical activity Eating healthy fats to support a health cycle Incorporate fermented food and include bone broth How Lisa optimizes her thyroid health How Lisa optimizes her Menstrual cycle What Lisa does to optimize sleep Why Lisa encourages her husband to follow the same diet and plan during pregnancy Connect with Lisa: You can connect with Lisa on the Fertility Friday Website, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Resources mentioned: Conceiving with Fertility Awareness Program The Fifth Vital Sign: Master Your Cycles & Optimize Your Fertility (Book) | Lisa Hendrickson-Jack Fertility Awareness Mastery Charting Workbook Fertility Awareness Mastery Online Self-Study Program Related podcasts & blog posts: FFP 260 | How Early Should You Start Planning For Pregnancy? | Meghan Telpner FFP 243 | The Fourth Trimester | Postpartum Care with Maga Mama | Kimberly Ann Johnson FFP 242 | Planning for Pregnancy | What You Need To Know! | Lisa | Fertility Friday FFP 232 | Birth Stories | Planning and Preparing for Birth | Dr. Danielle Miller FFP 207 | Top 10 Ways I'm Preparing For Pregnancy | Lisa | Fertility Friday Join the community! Follow Fertility Friday on Instagram! Subscribe to the Fertility Friday Podcast in Apple Podcasts! Music Credit: Intro/Outro music Produced by J-Gantic A Special Thank You to Our Show Sponsors: Fertility Friday | Fertility Awareness Programs This episode is sponsored by my Fertility Awareness Programs! Master Fertility Awareness and take a deep dive into your cycles and how they relate to your overall health! Click here to apply now! Fertility Awareness Mastery Mentorship Program (FAMM) This episode is sponsored by FAMM! Are youa women's health practitioner looking for a solid way to incorporate comprehensive fertility awareness chart analysis into your practice? If yes, FAMM is the program you've been waiting for. Click here to apply now!
Today special guest Tasha DeRegis joins Brent Daniels to tell her story about becoming successful in real estate at just 23 years of age. This episode is going to inspire you to create your plan for success in the real estate industry. Key Takeaways Leaving the corporate world for real estate can be a smart move. Losing all your money doesn't mean you have to quit. Working multiple jobs to fund your business is a great way to grow quickly. Tasha explains how she flipped four properties in her first two years. Consuming the right content about real estate will help you on your journey.
Kimberly Floyd is Co-Founder and Executive Director for the North Carolina Craft Beverage Museum. She also currently serves as the Site Manager at the Zebulon B Vance Birthplace State Historic Site. She has a Master's degree in Public History with a concentration on Museum Studies from North Carolina State University and a Bachelor's degree in History from Meredith College. Kimberly has worked in the public history field for over 14 years and is part of the team working to bring the North Carolina Craft Beverage Museum to life. The museum aims to preserve and interpret the state's craft beverage story and how it plays a pivotal role in the community today. Today, Kimberly joins me to share information on the unique model of the North Carolina Beverage Museum and new exhibits that will be opening soon. She reveals plans for a traveling exhibition and where it will be featured. She also shares her experiences from running a beer workshop at the North Carolina Museums Council conference and how the museum changes the thinking behind artifacts. This week on Consuming the Craft:● The unique model for the North Carolina Craft Beverage Museum● New exhibits opening at the museum● Plans for a traveling exhibition, how it works, and where it will be seen● Kimberly's passion for history and how she became part of the Craft Beverage Museum● A beer workshop that Kimberly led at the North Carolina Museums Council conference● How the museum is changing the way people think about craft beverage artifacts Resources Mentioned:● Koi Pond Brewery● Goat Island Bottle Shop Connect with Kimberly Floyd:● North Carolina Craft Beverage Museum● Email: email@example.com● North Carolina Craft Beverage Museum on Instagram● North Carolina Craft Beverage Museum on Facebook● North Carolina Craft Beverage Museum on Twitter● Kimberly Floyd on LinkedIn Consuming the Craft Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Consuming the Craft Podcast, brought to you by AB Tech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help us reach more craft beverage enthusiasts. To learn more about AB Tech and the Craft Beer Institute of the Southeast, visit our website.
Am I Consuming Too Much? Creation vs. Consumption and 5 Steps to Optimizing Your Personal Consumption! 2 Types of Information Consumption & Stef's Personal Consumption Breakdown Revealed Type 1: Casual Personal Development (CPD) This type of personal development is best done ‘in addition to'! Finally, permission to multi-task! This personal development can be done while driving, doing laundry, or doing dishes. It is usually unplanned and doesn't take much 'brain space'. Examples are podcasts and audible books. Type 2: Intentional Personal Development (IPD) This type of personal development is intentional. It is planned into your work blocks. These usually take lots of focus and need your full attention. Examples of this include a course you are taking, meeting with a coach, dietitian, doing a mastermind, or bible study. Here are some Simple Tips for More Production and Less Consumption as a Work From Home Mom Zero wasted tv time Zero social media scrolling Got rid of news No notifications 5 Steps to Optimizing Your Personal Consumption based on the 80/20 Rule. 80% production and creation and 20% IPD. This is based on Stef's example revealed inside today's episode! Inventory your CPD and IPD. What do you want this to look like? Schedule it in Live it out Revise I pray this episode blesses you! Enjoy. XO, Stef All the things -> www.stefaniegass.com Free Female Christian Entrepreneur Community-> www.stefgasscommunity.com Ready to get clear on your calling so you can start an online business? Join my Free, 4-Step Clarity Framework Workshop! Instant access at-> www.freeclarityworkshop.com Need a step-by-step blueprint on how to start your online business? Download a Free, 14-Step Biz Blueprint Checklist!-> www.completebusinessblueprint.com Wondering if you should start a podcast? Take this quiz and find out! -> www.startapodcastquiz.com Wanna work together, friend!? Step 1: Get Clear on Your God-led Calling so You Can Start an Online Business-> www.clarifyyourcallingcourse.com Step 2: Grow an Organic, Evergreen Audience using Podcasting-> www.podcastprouniversity.com Step 3: Monetize & Scale your Podcast Using Courses and Coaching-> www.podcasttoprofitmastermind.com Contact us at-> firstname.lastname@example.org
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April Dykman with Get Rich Slowly talks about the balance between being a splurger and being a miser Episode 1875: The Balance Between Splurger and Miser by April Dykman with Get Rich Slowly on Mindlessly Consuming or Saving J.D. Roth has been reading and writing about personal finance for a decade. Today he's financially independent, but ten years ago, his money life was a disaster, with over $35,000 in consumer debt. He started turning everything around in 2004. By being the boss of your own life, you, too, can be the master of your own financial fate. The original post is located here: https://www.getrichslowly.org/the-balance-between-splurger-and-miser/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aaron Crowley was accidentally exposed to porn at the young age of nine when he walked in on his older brother and his friends looking at it together. From there, Aaron's porn consumption escalated while it perpetuated false expectations about sex and normalized sexual objectification. While in college, Aaron experienced drug-facilitated sexual assault, and he was exploited and re-victimized when the perpetrator shared nonconsensual photos of the assault online. His abuse triggered trauma-induced hypersexuality and he says it paved the way for his eventual career as a porn performer. In this episode, host Garrett Jonsson and Aaron discuss how he entered and exited the porn industry, how it negatively impacted him, and what his life looks like today.Click here to learn more about the guest, and access the resources discussed in this episode.To learn more about the harms of pornography on consumers, relationships, and its larger societal impacts, visit FTND.org.To support this podcast, click here.As you go about your day we invite you to increase your self-awareness, look both ways, check your blindspots, and consider before consuming.Fight the New Drug collaborates with a variety of qualified organizations and individuals with varying personal beliefs, affiliations, and political persuasions. As FTND is a non-religious and non-legislative organization, the personal beliefs, affiliations, and persuasions of any of our team members or of those we collaborate with do not reflect or impact the mission of Fight the New Drug.
Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/drwilliamli469 Dr. William Li (IG: @drwilliamli) is a physician, scientist, president & medical director of the Angiogenesis Foundation, and author of Eat to Beat Disease: The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself. Our conversation explains how to integrate the foods you already love to fight cancer, autoimmune disease, and other debilitating conditions. In this episode, we discuss: What is angiogenesis + why is it important? We all get microscopic cancers forming in our bodies Food is medicine Eating dietary fiber during immunotherapy improves cancer survival rate How to build a healthy gut microbiome Grand slammer foods that activate all 5 health defense systems Consuming lycopene from tomatoes is anti-angiogenic Dr. Li focuses on foods that have shown human benefits through science Soy does not cause breast cancer + why it's actually beneficial Men shouldn't fear soy Foods that stimulate regeneration through stem cells Stem cell therapy is still being refined Specific foods that kill cancer stem cells Foods that lower inflammation Whole foods first + when supplements may be helpful Choosing from 200+ foods that activate your health defenses Dr. Li's motto is “love your food to love your health” Specific foods that boost immunity What are telomeres + foods that slow down cellular aging Show sponsors: BiOptimizers