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Element or chemical compound that is normally crystalline, formed as a result of geological processes

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Business Pants
QUIZ THURSDAY: Celebrity private jet polluters, Disney pulls ahead in the streaming wars, and billionaires care about mineral mining now

Business Pants

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 39:07


The First Lady of Nutrition Podcast with Ann Louise Gittleman, Ph.D., C.N.S.
Mastering The Mineral Metabolism of Magnesium, Copper, and Iron – Episode 122: Morley Robbins

The First Lady of Nutrition Podcast with Ann Louise Gittleman, Ph.D., C.N.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 32:31


The Root Cause Protocol (RCP) creator, Morley Robbins, is on a mission to learn the fundamental components of a healthy metabolism. The RCP is his culmination of many years of research and is revolutionary in its approach to health from a truly holistic perspective, by looking at the whole organism and how all the elements work together. Join Ann Louise and Morley for a deep dive into the fascinating world of mineral metabolism. They discuss the profound metabolic interplay between 3 KEY minerals: Magnesium, Bioavailable Copper, and Iron, and why focusing on just these key minerals can immeasurably improve your health. Ann Louise and Morley also discuss the difference between Anemia of Iron Deficiency and Anemia of Chronic Disease. They explore the "Magnesium Burn Rate" which is fueled by our constant stress, and what is it about Ceruloplasmin that makes it so important to our immunometabolism system. Robbins is the author of a number of books including “Cu-RE Your Fatigue: The Root Cause and How To Fix It On Your Own.” The post Mastering The Mineral Metabolism of Magnesium, Copper, and Iron – Episode 122: Morley Robbins appeared first on Ann Louise Gittleman.

Mining Stock Daily
Exploration Matters; Ep 5 with Association for Mineral Exploration BC

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 28:38


On today's episode of the AME Podcast: Exploration Matters, host Kylie Williams talks to two guests about the ‘Great Resignation' looming over the mineral exploration and mining sector and the skills gap that will follow. She is joined by recruitment and HR specialist, Rhonda Zuraff, Co-founder and Principal at P&C Recruiting and HR, and AME Board Member, Eleanor Black, Partner and Senior Geologist with Equity Exploration Consultants to look at the problem from two perspectives.

Happy Bones, Happy Life
157. Optimizing Mineral Absorption for Better Bones | Barton Scott

Happy Bones, Happy Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 59:13


“I'm supplying nutrients so that the body can be resilient.” -Barton Scott   Barton Scott, is a chemical engineer, a nutritionist, and the Founder of Upgraded Formulas. Barton is passionate about helping people combat the stressors of daily life, the toxicity of the modern world, the lack of nutrients, and the mineral absorption issues that we all face, and he has made it his mission to reduce suffering by increasing the public's understanding of the human body's interrelationships. In today's episode, Barton discusses the benefits of Nano Particle Minerals to optimize absorption. He also shares how we can use hair/mineral analysis as a tool to improve our bones and overall health.   Links:  *Upgraded Formulas products and Hair Mineral Analysis - https://www.upgradedformulas.com/pages/kit?rfsn=6775705.0de38c&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=6775705.0de38c Use coupon code Happy for 20% off all products   Timestamps: [02:09] Barton's personal story behind his line of work [09:03] the influence of nanoparticles on bone health [15:47] How to achieve deep sleep with upgraded magnesium [22:30] What you must look for in a calcium supplement [40:19] Heavy metals often found in a hair mineral analysis   *In compliance with the FTC guidelines, please assume the following about links on this site: Some of the links going to products are affiliate links of which I receive a small commission from sales of certain items, but the price is the same for you (sometimes, I even get to share a unique discount with you). If I post an affiliate link to a product, it is something that I personally use, support and would recommend. I personally vet each and every product. My first priority is providing valuable information and resources to help you create positive changes in your health and bring more happiness into your life. I will only ever link to products or resources (affiliate or otherwise) that fit within this purpose.

CEimpact Podcast
USPSTF Recommendations of Vitamins and Minerals

CEimpact Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 24:33


The United States Preventative Services Task Force issued new recommendations for the use of vitamins, minerals, and multivitamins for the prevention of cardiovascular disease and cancer. This is a revision from the 2014 recommendations and is based on recent data. Host Geoff Wall will provide a review of the recommendations – and evidence on these over-the-counter products. The GameChanger Based on the new USPSTF recommendations, most vitamins and supplements have insufficient data to determine their benefits versus harm. However, the USPSTF recommends against the use of beta carotene or vitamin E supplementation for the prevention of cancer or cardiovascular disease.  Show Segments 00:00 – Introductions 01:15 – Vitamins, Minerals, and Supplements Regulations and Controversies 06:11 – USPSTF Recommendations 10:07 – Beta Carotene in Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease 11:49 – Vitamin A Supplementation 12:14 – Vitamin E Supplementation 12:52 – Multivitamin Use 15:16 – Vitamin D & Calcium Supplementation  17:40 – Folic Acid Supplementation  18:50 – Vitamin C Supplementation  19:05 – The GameChanger 22:58 – Connecting to Practice 23:40 – Closing Remarks  Host Geoff Wall, PharmD, BCPS, FCCP, CGP Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Drake University Internal Medicine/Critical Care, UnityPoint Health References and resources:US Preventive Services Task Force. Vitamin, Mineral, and Multivitamin Supplementation to Prevent Cardiovascular Disease and Cancer: US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation Statement.Redeem your CPE or CME creditCPE (Pharmacist)CME (Physician)Get a membership & earn CE for GameChangers Podcast episodes (30 mins/episode) Pharmacists: Get a Membership Prescribers: Get a Membership   Continuing Education Information:Learning Objectives:1. Discuss the use of vitamin E for cardiovascular disease prevention2. Describe the USPSTF recommendations for vitamins, minerals, and multivitamins0.05 CEU | 0.5 HrsACPE UAN: 0107-0000-22-281-H01-PInitial release date: 08/08/22Expiration date: 08/08/2023Additional CPE & CME details can be found here

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 165 Part 2: Making a Name for Art Jewelry in Denmark

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 23:29


What you'll learn in this episode: Why art jewelry is a way to reflect current times How Annette is trying to create an art jewelry gallery in Copenhagen Why people often don't understand art jewelry, even in cultures with a tradition of goldsmithing, art and design Why Americans are more willing to wear large statement pieces About Annette Dam Annette Dam is educated from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts in Norway in 1999 and has since worked conceptually and exhibition-oriented. Annette Dam's works have been exhibited at exhibitions in Denmark as well as internationally. In 2015 she was selected for the World Craft Council's European Prize for Applied Arts in Belgium. Annette Dam received the prestigious Skt. Loye award from the Kjøbenhavns Guldsmedelaug. Additional Resources: Website Instagram Klimt02 Photos available on TheJewelryJourney.com Transcript: For Danish artist-jeweler Annette Dam, the appeal of art jewelry lies in the challenge of making it. How do you turn an idea or feeling into a wearable piece of art? That's the question she asks before starting any piece. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about her upcoming exhibitions and projects; how people from different cultures approach art jewelry; and why she wants to help the Danish art jewelry scene thrive. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is the second part of a two-part episode. If you haven't heard part one, please go to TheJewelryJourney.com. Today my guest is artist-jeweler Annette Dam, speaking to us from Denmark. Welcome back.    You used the word concrete, which is exactly the word I used when I was making notes. I thought, “Oh my god, that's a real challenge.” You say that what you're doing is a little bit like a riddle. You're trying to make something concrete that you're visualizing in your mind, but you want to make it real. That must be very difficult.   Annette: It is sometimes, but for me it's also where a lot of my drive is. It's where I get challenged. I get very frustrated and say, “I don't know. How do I do this?” but that is what I think is exciting. I must like it even though I get so frustrated. I think it's very hard sometimes.   For instance, I had an exhibition a while ago called “When Complexity Moved In.” It was about getting older. When you get older and more experienced and more knowledgeable, you're able to see things from many different perspectives. You can see other peoples' reactions and you can see their points. You may not agree, but you can still see their view, and it's not black and white anymore. A lot of friends who are the same age as me have the same feeling. Life doesn't get easier. Even though you may know a lot more, you get more experienced, it seems like it's getting even more complex. All the grey, all the nuances, you get aware of them. How do I translate that feeling into jewelry? That is a real challenge.   Sharon: Yes, it sounds like it. It sounds like a brain twister.   Annette: Yes, it is, but that's where a lot of my energy comes from, this riddle that I have to solve to get it into a material. I make jewelry that, at least in my opinion, is somewhat wearable. Some might disagree. So, there's also a functional side to it, and I want it all to work together. Then you have a lot of ideas, and it's also about subtracting so it doesn't get confusing. That's a lot of elements in that creative process, but that's the one that drives me.   Sharon: That's interesting. I could see how you have to streamline things and say, “O.K., I have a lot of ideas, but they can't all go into this one piece.”   Annette: No.   Sharon: I was intrigued by your—I'm looking for the name of it, the silversmithing program.   Annette: Yeah.   Sharon: Tell us about that.   Annette: I can say that whenever I start a new project, I always want to learn something new, not only in terms of investigating an issue, but also technical skills when I want to investigate a material. I want to challenge myself a little bit in that department as well. There's always a part of me trying out new thinking, being a beginner at something within the project.    In this case, it has a title called “Trespassing.” It's about gender. It's about the balance between femininity and masculinity and power structures and stuff like that. It's things we talk about these days. It's also a way for me to educate myself within this area. I have two children, two daughters that are 18 and 20. They live in this, but I have to more actively educate myself in these gender themes. It's very interesting.    I started out doing these neckpieces that are a balance between a necktie and a traditional pearl necklace. It's a long process where I also have to deselect something to make it clearer. Where is the balance? How long should the tie be compared to the necklace before it's a necklace and not a tie? What does it really say? Does it say what I want it to say? That was a small beginning of it, but I had the chance to go to this very experienced, very good silversmith Carsten From Andersen. It was also something I got a grant for through the Danish Arts Foundation. I hadn't done a lot of silversmithing, and that's a hard technique. I had a little bit of teaching of it in school in Norway, but it has to be in your body in a way to actually do it. So, he's teaching me. I'm starting out doing these—are they called puff sleeves? Like the one Sleeping Beauty was wearing. It's clothes and a shoulder piece.   Sharon: In silver?   Annette: It's in silver, yeah. I'm a big silver fan. It also has references to and elements of the parade uniforms the military wears. It's morphing into a different plane with the balance between something innocent and very feminine and something very powerful and demonstrating military power. How can I make an interesting balance between that? I'm also making—what is it called? Like a jock strap.   Sharon: Yeah, a jock strap.   Annette: Combining that with a garter belt. It's a way for me to explore. So, I'm doing this project and learning this new technique. Part of the project will be shown at a small gallery Portabel, owned by Camilla Luin, in Norway in September. The first step in that project will be shown there and then we'll see where it goes.    Sharon: How long is this silversmithing program?   Annette: It's just him and I deciding. When I think I've done enough and when I'm finished with what we talked about. We're still not there, but it's really interesting.   Sharon: It sounds like it.   Annette: He's a great guy and he's so good at it. I'm so impressed.   Sharon: I can give you a lot of credit for wanting to embark on something like that. I like it when people explain things to me, when someone takes me on a tour of an art gallery and I say, “Oh yeah, now I see it, O.K.” I saw your neckpiece with the pearls and the tie. I saw it online, and now that you've explained it, I go, “Oh yeah, I get it. That's really interesting.”   Annette: Yeah, it combined those very traditional, classical, masculine, feminine accessories, and then combining them and seeing how it works out.   Sharon: That's really interesting. You say you like to exhibit things. Why is that? Why are exhibitions important to you?   Annette: I don't know. I think the pieces that I do, they relate to a topic, and it feels like I have this conversation doing it. I have conversations with myself, maybe with colleagues, family. But then to see it through someone else's eyes when the audience comes, those discussions are really valuable to me. I gain a lot from them, so I like to exhibit. I like to make bigger pieces. I know they are not production work, where I will not sell 10 of them, or thousands of them, but I still like to do them. I like to have this conversation between myself and the audience and the gallerist and whoever is there. It's very giving for me.    Sharon: You mentioned the question marks in people not exactly understanding when you say artist-jeweler. Did they understand it more in Norway or is it just in general?   Annette: A little bit more, actually. Yeah, they do. They have an art tradition. It's a recent culture for doing craft in general. In my opinion, it's more valued there. They appreciate it more. It was a good place to study. They didn't question me as much.    Sharon: They didn't say, “What are you talking about?”   Annette: I get questioned a lot in Denmark, but not necessarily other places.   Sharon: Interesting.   Annette: Isn't it?   Sharon: Yes. I know that at one point you lived in the States, in California, I think. Did you do your crafts—   Annette: No, my husband is from California. I have never lived there.    Sharon: O.K. I was wondering if you were doing art jewelry. Have you tried exhibiting here?   Annette: No, I'm represented by Charon Kransen, among others.   Sharon: By whom? Oh, Charon Kransen.   Annette: I've been traveling a lot doing exhibitions in the States, but I never worked there or lived there. I find that the American audience, they are braver in a way. They appreciate some of my bigger works that I would never sell in Denmark. As you know, there are a lot of collectors in the U.S. We don't have collectors in Denmark yet. We're working on it, but they're just braver in wearing extravagant jewelry in the US. They don't mind having those conversations. I think if they wear a big piece that has a lot to say, they know they're going to be questioned and they will have a conversation. I don't know if the Danes don't really want that, but the Americans, they don't mind it. They like it, right?   Sharon: That's interesting, because I know the pieces you have online, and from what I've seen, I don't consider your pieces really big. They're not small, but they're not huge. It's not like wearing a pectoral.    Annette: I totally agree. My jewelry is not that out there. They're not that weird, but that's a way to come for Danish wares.   Sharon: Do you see the market growing there for art jewelry?   Annette: No.   Sharon: No?   Annette: No, but I see it growing in other places, in other countries.   Sharon: In Scandinavia?   Annette: Throughout the world in general it's growing. I'm very pleased, but not in Denmark.   Sharon: Interesting. I'm surprised to hear that.   Annette We have a long tradition of making jewelry, so it concerns that we don't have an education for art jewelery at a higher level anymore. If you want to be educated within art jewelry, you have to go abroad nowadays.    Sharon: What happened to the school?   Annette: It got closed down. They kind of made a school at this art academy, but they exchanged it for accessories, and that's not art jewelry. They kind of diminished that specific field within the accessory thing.   Sharon: It seems like there's a market in Canada. You're working on a project, the Nordic Bridges, in your exhibit in Toronto. Tell us about that.   Annette: Yeah, I was very pleased to get invited to this exhibition called Animal, Vegetable, Mineral. I was invited by Melanie Egan. She's a curator at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. In the year 2022, there's this project called the Nordic Bridges, which is a collaboration between the Nordic countries and Canada. The Harbourfront Centre is leading this project. There are exhibitions, venues with literature, film, dance, performance, gastronomy as well, all taking place at different places in Canada. It's a huge project. This is a part of it, this jewelry exhibition where there's one artist from each of the Nordic countries and I think six from Canada. I like the title.    Sharon: What does it mean?   Annette: It's a guessing game. I don't know. Do you have it in the U.S., a guessing game where the first question, at least in Canada, is animal, vegetable or mineral? In Denmark, it would be—how do I translate it? Is it living in the water, on earth or is it flying? You have to guess an animal in Denmark, but in Canada, I guess it's a little bit different. But this is the game, and that's the ...

Mining Stock Daily
Exploration Matters; Ep 4 with Association for Mineral Exploration BC

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 29:57


On this episode of the AME Podcast: Exploration Matters, we focus on diversity in exploration and mining. Our first guest is Robin Longe, a partner in Dentons' Vancouver office, who talks about the social factors and events shaping the way our industry is tackling diversity and inclusion, in particular anti-black racism. We also catch up with AME Board Chair and Executive Director of BC's Center of Training Excellence, Jill Tsolinas, to hear about the recently published CTEM Skills Roadmap Key Findings Report.

Radical Rocks
Gemstones from Washington South Dakota California and so much more!

Radical Rocks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 51:08


Hey we talk about Mineral & gemstone collecting at clear creek California, we talk about some Gemstones from South Dakota, couple of gemstones collecting spots in Washington, and talk about some spots in Montana, we talk about fossils, a gold mine& & Mars news, and so much more! thank you for tuning in liking subscribing and sharing, until next time remember Rockhound don't die we petrify!

The Fallon Forum
Aug 1: Renewable Energy's Rare Earth Mineral Challenge

The Fallon Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 62:26


El Explicador Sitio Oficial
Marte Mineral Revelador 2022/07/28. El Explicador. Cápsula.

El Explicador Sitio Oficial

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 33:41


Un mineral curioso encontrado por la sonda "Curiosity" en Marte revela un momento espectacular en la historia de ese planeta que podría estar relacionado con el desarrollo de vida eb ese lugar hace miles de millones de años. Gracias por sus comentarios, interacciones, apoyo económico y suscripción. Escuche y descargue gratuitamente en MP3 2022/07/28 Marte Mineral Revelador. Gracias por su apoyo a El Explicador en: Patreon, https://www.patreon.com/elexplicador_enriqueganem PayPal, elexplicadorpatrocinio@gmail.com SoundCloud, https://soundcloud.com/el-explicador Spotify, https://open.spotify.com/show/01PwWfs1wV9JrXWGQ2MrbY iTunes, https://podcasts.apple.com/mx/podcast/el-explicador-sitio-oficial/id1562019070 Amazon Music, https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f2656899-46c8-4d0b-85ef-390aaf20f366/el-explicador-sitio-oficial YouTube, https://youtube.com/c/ElExplicadorSitioOficial Twitter @enrique_ganem Lo invitamos a suscribirse a estas redes para recibir avisos de nuestras publicaciones y visitar nuestra página http://www.elexplicador.net. En el título de nuestros trabajos aparece la fecha año/mes/día de grabación, lo que facilita su consulta cronológica, ya sabe usted que el conocimiento cambia a lo largo del tiempo. Siempre leemos sus comentarios, no tenemos tiempo para reponder a cada uno personalmente pero todos son leídos y tomados en cuenta. Este es un espacio de divulgación científica en el que nos interesa informar de forma clara y amena, que le invite a Ud. a investigar sobre los temas tratados y a que Ud. forme su propia opinión. Serán borrados todos los comentarios que promuevan la desinformación, charlatanería, odio, bullying, violencia verbal o incluyan enlaces a páginas que no sean de revistas científicas arbitradas, que sean ofensivos hacia cualquier persona o promuevan alguna tendencia política o religiosa ya sea en el comentario o en la fotografía de perfil. Aclaramos que no somos apolíticos, nos reservamos el derecho de no expresar nuestra opinión política, ya que éste es un canal cuya finalidad es la divulgación científica. ¡Gracias por su preferencia!

We Are Carbon
Coastal Carbon Capture - Accelerating Mineral Weathering. With Kelly Erhart

We Are Carbon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 49:40


Working to safely speed up the long-term inorganic carbon cycle, from millions of years to mere decades! In this interview I'm joined by Kelly Erhart to discuss the possibilities of coastal carbon capture for safely yet dramatically speeding up the process of mineral weathering, which draws carbon down to Earth for very long term storage (thousands of years).  This episode moves our focus to a natural yet permanent capturing of carbon as we learn about the work and research behind 'Project Vesta', who are utilising a mineral called olivine along with the power of the oceans, to both remove CO2 from the atmosphere and reduce ocean acidity. When we think about nature based solutions we're usually talking about carbon that cycles pretty quickly, through the growth and decay of organic life. It could be days, decades or hundreds of years, but the carbon will be relatively active in its continual journeys from the atmosphere to the earth and back round and round. When we take a holistic view we recognise of course that the mobility of this isn't in anyway a concern - so long as we're deepening soils and regenerating ecosystems and biodiversity then more carbon will be stored down here in any given moment and it'll be offering us all kinds of essential benefits besides. But with such an excess of emissions up in the atmosphere there are all manner of approaches being explored for drawing down large quantities of CO2 to be locked up and considered stored down here permanently. These methods are often very technical, industrial or expensive, but Kelly is here to introduce us to coastal carbon capture - a means to accelerate the earth's ancient natural process of rock weathering, utilising the power of the oceans. Now this natural process takes millions of years. And they're reducing it to just decades with an approach that's also surprisingly simple and cost effective! So it's easy to imagine how impactful this could be, and I was delighted for the opportunity to speak with Kelly to get an overview of this project; its science, its methods and ambitions. And like all nature based approaches the benefits can web outwards, so we also discuss how their carbon capture solution is countering ocean acidification and protecting vulnerable shorelines alongside. Watch this episode on the Website: https://www.wearecarbon.earth/podcast-episode/coastal-carbon-capture-accelerating-mineral-weathering/ (https://www.wearecarbon.earth/podcast-episode/coastal-carbon-capture-accelerating-mineral-weathering/) Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wearecarbon.earth/ (@wearecarbon.earth) And for more details on Project Vesta & the research behind their work visit their website: https://www.vesta.earth/ (https://www.vesta.earth/)

BandNews Capital e Mercado
Fernando Zancan, Presidente da Associação Brasileira de Carvão Mineral

BandNews Capital e Mercado

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 30:58


No Capital & Mercado desta terça-feira (26), Marcello D'Angelo (@marcellodangelo) recebe Fernando Zancan, Presidente da Associação Brasileira de Carvão Mineral. Confira!

Between the Bells
Morning Bell 28 July

Between the Bells

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 5:02


Yesterday, our local market posted a modest gain of 0.2%, its second session of gains. While the market started off slowly, it rose in the afternoon after the latest inflation reading, which showed that the price we paid for goods and services over the past year had lifted by 6.1%. That's the strongest lift we've seen in two decades, however it wasn't as hot as consensus' expectation of 6.3%. This means in next Tuesday's RBA meeting, we're more likely going to see a 0.5% rate hike rather than the 0.75% originally expected.Looking at the sector performances, six of the 11 sectors ended higher, including healthcare, financials, and consumer discretionary. The gains in these sectors offset the losses we saw in some mining and energy stocks. The biggest gainer on the ASX200 was once again BNPL stock Zip (ASX:ZIP), which was up 21%. Sezzle (ASX:SZL) also jumped a massive 96%, after no news out from the company. The stock then subsequently finished the day in a trading halt. Other top performer's included BrainChip (ASX:BRN), Silver Lake Resources (ASX:SLR) and Iress (ASX:IRE). The worst-performing stock was City Chic Collective (ASX:CCX), which closed 5.1% lower, followed by shares in Champion Iron (ASX:CIA) and BlueScope Steel (ASX:BSL).The most traded stocks by Bell Direct clients yesterday included National Australia Bank (ASX:NAB), Pilbara Minerals (ASX:PLS) and Whitehaven Coal (ASX:WHC).Moving to the US, equities rallied after the US Fed announced its much anticipated 0.75% rate increase in its efforts to fight inflation, however left the door open about the size of the rate move at its next meeting in September. Investors were also encouraged after the central bank noted that it doesn't believe the economy is currently in a recession. We saw the Dow Jones close over 400 points higher, the S&P500 up 2.6% and the Nasdaq up 4.1%. What to watch today:In line with the positive session in the US, the ASX200 is expected to rise 0.77% at the open if you go by the SPI futures.In economic news, preliminary retail sales for June will be released at 11:30am AEST. Reporting wise, Fortescue Metals (ASX:FMG), Mineral Resources (ASX:MIN), Pilbara Minerals (ASX:PLS) and Sandfire Resources (ASX:SFR) will be reporting their quarterly production results. And Ai-Media Technologies (ASX:AIM) and Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (ASX:URW) will be reporting their earnings results.Moving to commodities, oil prices rose over 2%. The gold price reversed its recent losses and traded in the green after the Fed announced its rate hike. And the spot iron ore price trades 5.8% higher at US$110 a tonne. Mineral exploration company, Coolabah Metals will be debuting on the ASX today, trading under the ticker code CBH. Australian Agricultural Company (ASX:AAC) will be holding its AGM today.If you hold Clime Capital (ASX:CAM), Sunland Group (ASX:SDG) or Turners (ASX:TRA) you will receive your dividend payment today.Trading Ideas:Citi have maintained its Buy rating on Rio Tinto (ASX:RIO) with a price target of $120. After market close yesterday, RIO reported weak first half results with an underlying EBITDA of US$15.6b, which was 3% below consensus and 10% lower than Citi's expectations. The group reported first half 2022 EPS of 533 US cents and an interim dividend of 267 US cents per share, which implies a 50% payout against market expectations of 65-70% payout. Now, at its current share price of $96.98, this implies about 24% share price growth in a year.   At its current share price of $96.98, this implies about 24% share price growth in a year.   Trading Central has a bullish signal on Lake Resources (ASX:LKE) indicating that the stock price may rise from the close of $0.74 to the range of $0.97 - $1.03 in the next 26 days according to standard principals of technical analy

Empowered Hormones with Sheradyn Dekker
#80 Mineral Balancing - Are we iron deficient or iron dysregulated with Amy Armstrong

Empowered Hormones with Sheradyn Dekker

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 46:18


Today I have the privilege of speaking to Amy Armstrong. Amy is a mineral-obsessed mum of three, Root Cause Protocol Consultant, Certified HTMA Practitioner and Holistic Health Coach. She found herself drawn into the natural healing world when on a quest to help her chronically child become well, and also improve her own rapidly failing health. After spending years trying many different therapies and treatments, Amy found the work of Morley Robbins and began the Root Cause Protocol, through which both she and her daughter experienced profound healing.  Now, Amy helps women suffering from fatigue, low iron and other chronic symptoms to take control of their own health through mineral balancing. In today's episode we are chatting about: Minerals and energy How much iron do we need? Why ferritin alone is not a reliable marker of iron vitality The importance of knowing about other markers of iron The importance of copper & ceruloplasmin Ways we can get the important nutrients to help us regulate our iron better (copper, retinol, magnesium) LINKS TO AMY Website HERE Instagram HERE Facebook HERE LINKS TO SHERADYN Assess your downloadable content here. Assess your gut health here (3min Quiz!) Follow me on Instagram HERE.  Check out my website HERE: Book a free health chat HERE. Register your interest for the next intake of The Gut Hormone Solution, an online program that gets women from symptoms to solutions in just 6 weeks HERE. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Leap of Health
Mineral Make-up with Vanessa Nixon

Leap of Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 39:52


You know how lots of women in mid-life start experiencing symptoms such as hot flashes,brain fog, insomnia, weight gain and intimacy issues that keep them from living their bestlives? As a Traditional Naturopath, CEO of the natural cosmetics company, Natural Look Mineral Make-Up and Professional Belly Dance Instructor, Vanessa helps empowerthem to reduce menopausal symptoms using natural methods and learn how to make this the most impactful phase of their lives, while feeling healthy, vibrant and focused! She explains, how amazing are mineral make-up productsto connect with our guest links below:HerbsofGraceHealingArts.com You Can Feel Marvelous in Mid-Life Naturally! FB GroupHerbsofGrace.com Natural Women who love Natural Makeup FB GroupFB: @VanessanixonIf 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, #hormonebalance

hr2 Der Tag
Und es stinkt doch! Geld und Moral

hr2 Der Tag

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 54:47


Mineralölkonzerne zocken ab, CSU Politiker verdienen sich eine goldene Nase mit dem Verkauf von Masken, an der Börse wird auf Nahrungsmittel gewettet. Was passiert, wenn wir die Möglichkeit haben, aus etwas Geld zu machen, mit unserem Gewissen? Wann ist es vorbei mit der Moral und wann gewinnt die Geldgier?

Lithium-ion Rocks!
E54: Battery Mineral Intelligence. Benchmark's Simon Moores

Lithium-ion Rocks!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 40:14


Simon Moores, CEO of Benchmark Minerals Intelligence joins Rodney & Howard following record conference attendance at GIGA USA in Washington DC to discuss #lithium, nickel, graphite, cobalt, #Tesla, Panasonic and the increased checks being written by US government agencies and big #EV OEMs Video Index 0:00-2:03 Introduction, including an overview of Benchmark Mineral Intelligence 2:04 - 3:27 Benchmark & Simon's influence in the USA 3:28 - 11:18 USA government assistance for domestic raw battery material supply - how does Simon see this playing out? Which sectors will benefit? 11:19 -14:57 Elon Musk seems to be walking back their lithium production plans while, at the same time, Panasonic is now planning 2TWh of battery cell production - is Tesla outsourcing the raw material challenge to suppliers like Panasonic? 14:58 - 16:24 Panasonic is likely to go with NCA and NCM cathode chemistries - does that make the local supply of local materials - particularly nickel and lithium, a major challenge? 16:25 - 20:36 Benchmark gave 5 key reasons lithium won't be in oversupply as a rebuttal to the Goldman Sachs report - can you elaborate? Howard discusses the market impact of the report on lithium share prices. 20:37 - 21:49 Howard discusses recession fears and the broader market sell-off. The price of lithium chemicals and spodumene concentrate are holding firm. 21:50 - 30:15 How can mid and downstream manufacturers secure upstream supply? 30:16 - 32:37 Rodney asks Simon about the Benchmark's outlook for cathode chemistry market shares in 2030 32:38 - 33:40 Would the US allow CATL to build a gigafactory in the US? 33:41 - 36:23 Are all the battery cell plants planned for the US to date nickel-based cathodes? Should the US be supporting and funding nickel refineries? 36:24 - 40:00 What is Simon's expected average price for carbonate and hydroxide in 2023? 40:00 - End If you like this video, please click the 'like' button and please also comment so we can improve our content going forward. Please register your email at www.rkequity.com Follow Rodney and Howard on Twitter (@lithiumionbull @lithiumionrocks @RodneyHooper13) and on LinkedIn. Please also subscribe here on YouTube to Rock Stock Channel to ensure full access to all our free content. And finally, if you find value in our content, please consider joining us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/lithiumionrocks ----- DISCLAIMER NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE. DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH Welcome to Rock Stock Channel. Today we start a new series of individual short videos on raw materials companies that we think should benefit from the rising demand from electric vehicles, energy storage and other clean energy technologies. No payment has been paid in connection with the preparation of this video and all Rodney's comments and research are his own independent opinions. Rodney and Howard are not financial advisors nor broker dealers, this video is for information purposes only and should not be considered investment or financial advice. Please do your own independent research and read the disclaimer at the end of the video or on RK Equity's website www.rkequity.com Intro and outro audio credit: Jamie Klein

Awaken Beauty Podcast
One Mineral to Drastically Reduce Anxiety, ADHD and Depression

Awaken Beauty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 20:44


Alright my friends, I can honestly say that magnesium has been a LIFE SAVER for so many years, for a good reason.Magnesium Bolsters Your Biological and Mental HealthOptimal magnesium levels go a very long way when it comes to anything and everything brain-related. Whether you're wanting to wake up feeling alive and energized, focus on the task at hand, remember everything on your daily ‘to do' list, or just get a good night's rest, you need an ample amount of magnesium to accomplish it. In addition to supporting the health of your nerves themselves, magnesium also helps with occasional head tension & discomfort and supports a relaxed mood.  Magnesium is a cofactor in more than 325 enzymatic reactions—in DNA and neurotransmitters; in the bones, heart and brain; in every cell of the body. Unfortunately, a deficiency of this crucial mineral is the most common nutritional deficiency today. Fortunately, supplementation with magnesium is the most impactful integrative supplement  you can turn to, particularly in depression and ADHD.Why is magnesium deficiency so common, and why is restoring the mineral so essential to mental and emotional well-being and behavioral balance? The rest of this dialogue addresses those two questions, and presents aspects of this critical therapeutic approach.Let's Talk Magnesium DeficiencyThe population is deficient in magnesium—found abundantly in whole grains, beans and legumes, nuts and seeds, and leafy greens, as well as cocoa and molasses—for several reasons. 1st: Soil depletion.Intensive agricultural practices rob the soil of magnesium and don't replace it.  As a result, many core food crops—such as whole grains—are low in magnesium. A recent paper put it this way: Magnesium's “importance as a macronutrient ion has been overlooked in recent decades by botanists and agriculturists, who did not regard Mg deficiency in plants as a severe health problem.  However, recent studies have shown, surprisingly, that Mg contents in historical cereal seeds have markedly declined over time, and two thirds of people surveyed in developed countries received less than their minimum daily Mg requirement.”2nd: Food processing. Magnesium is stripped from foods during food processing. For example, refined grains—without magnesium-rich germ and bran—have only 16% of the magnesium of whole grains. [2]3rd: Stress. Physical and emotional stress—a constant reality in our 24/7 society—drain the body of magnesium.  In fact, studies show inverse relationships between serum cortisol and magnesium—the higher the magnesium, the lower the cortisol. Stress robs the body of magnesium—but the body must have magnesium to respond effectively to stress.Other factors. Many medications—such as medications for ADHD—deplete magnesium. So does the intake of alcohol, caffeine and soft drinks.The result: In 1900, the average intake of magnesium was 475 to 500 mg daily. Today, it's 175 to 225 mg daily. Which means that only one-third of adult Americans get the daily RDA for magnesium—320 mg for women, and 420 mg for men. (And many researchers consider the RDA itself inadequate.)  And that magnesium deficit causes deficits in health. Magnesium deficiency has been cited as contributing to brain function, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis and certain types of cancer. But detecting that deficiency in laboratory testing is difficult, because most magnesium in the body is stored in the skeletal and other tissues. Only 1% is in the blood, so plasma levels are not a reliable indicator. That means a “normal” magnesium blood level may exist despite a serious magnesium deficit. An effective therapeutic strategy: Assume a deficit is present, and prescribe the mineral along with other appropriate medical and natural treatments.  That's particularly true if an individual has symptoms such as anxiety, irritability, insomnia and constipation, all of which indicate a magnesium deficiency.I Say We Rename it: The Mind MineralSome of the highest levels of magnesium in the body are found in the central nervous system, with studies dating back to the 1920s showing how crucial magnesium is for a balanced brain…It's known, for example, that magnesium interacts with GABA receptors, supporting the calming actions of this neurotransmitter. Magnesium also keeps glutamate—an excitatory neurotransmitter—within healthy limits. Individuals with higher magnesium levels also have healthy amounts of serotonin - which is all made in the gut.And further, the synthesis of dopamine requires magnesium.  THis is critically important if you have ADHD. In summary, the body needs magnesium to create neurotransmitters (biosynthesis) and for those neurotransmitters to actually transmit. Magnesium also acts at both the pituitary and adrenal levels. In the pituitary gland, it modulates the release of ACTH, a hormone that travels to the adrenal glands, stimulating cortisol release. In the adrenal gland, it maintains a healthy response to ACTH, keeping cortisol release within a normal range. As a result, magnesium is a must for maintaining the homeostasis of the HPA axis. Given all these key mechanisms of action, it's not surprising that a lack of the mineral can produce psychiatric and other types of problems.  A person may have: Difficulty with memory and concentration. Depression, apathy and fatigue. Emotional lability. Irritability, nervousness and anxiety. Insomnia. Migraine headaches. Constipation. PMS. Dysmenorrhea. Fibromyalgia. Autism. ADHD. Fortunately, studies show that magnesium repletion—restoring normal levels of the mineral—produces positive changes in mood and cognition, healthy eating behavior, healthy stress responses, better quality of sleep, and better efficacy of other modalities, such as medications. Enjoy the episode.  If you need support sorting through what brand and product is best for you, please do reach out and I'll walk you through an assesment to determine the best options for you!xo Kassandra

The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast
#345 Vitamin and Mineral supplementation: A USPSTF Update with Dr. Michael Barry

The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 21:16 Very Popular


Can vitamins prevent CVD and cancer? We kind of don't have the answer! Is vitamin and mineral supplementation safe? Effective? Listen as our esteemed guest Dr. Michael Barry talks to us about the new United States Preventive Services Task Force recommendation regarding the role of vitamin and mineral supplementation in preventing cardiovascular disease and cancer. Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | thecurbsiders@gmail.com | Free CME! Credits Producers: Paul Williams MD, FACP and Elena Gibson, MD Writer: Paul Williams MD, FACP Show notes: Paul Williams MD, FACP Infographic and Cover Art: Elena Gibson, MD Hosts: Paul Williams MD, FACP and Elena Gibson MD  Production team: Podpaste Guest: Michael Barry MD

NPTE Clinical Files
Bone Mineral Density

NPTE Clinical Files

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 11:53


Are you looking for a bundle of Coach K's Top MSK Cheatsheets? Look no further: www.nptecheatsheets.com Helen is a 60-year-old who has been referred to physical therapy for balance training and fall prevention strategies. The patient's medical record describes generalized lower extremity weakness and a Bone Mineral Density T-score of -1.5. Which of the following interventions is the LEAST recommended: A. Full squats B. Resisted hamstring curls C. Marching in the pool D. Standing heel raises Did you get this question wrong?! If you were stuck between two answers and selected the wrong one, then you need to visit www.NPTEPASS.com, to learn about the #1 solution to STOP getting stuck. Apply for our coaching program: Prep you can ace - at your pace! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepthustle/support

The Insomnia Fix: How To Sleep Better
47: Mineral Imbalance Can Cause Insomnia

The Insomnia Fix: How To Sleep Better

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 16:25


Mineral imbalances can cause insomnia. You hear about vitamins all the time, but you rarely hear about the importance of minerals for health and sleep. All of my clients have some sort of mineral imbalance which makes sense since they aren't sleeping well. In this episode you'll learn: -how different mineral imbalances affect sleep -how to test for mineral balance -why you don't want to overlook minerals if you can't sleep I have all my clients do an easy Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis test so we can see what's going on with their minerals that's affecting their sleep. If you focus on your gut or your hormones but you don't address mineral imbalances like copper toxicity, you won't fully get over your insomnia. I help my clients find out what's causing their insomnia and give them a plan to fix it so they can live rested, happier and healthier lives! Book a call with me to find out how I can help you get these same results!

Keto Answers
150: Richard Perkins - Creating Regenerative Agriculture Ecosystems

Keto Answers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 73:09


Richard Perkins, author, educator, and leading expert on regenerative agriculture comes on the show to discuss everything he's learned since running his regenerative ag farm for over ten years.   Richard shares his background, how he learned to fend for himself living in a gypsy community, how animals are irreplaceable, and more.   He also answers questions like:  is regenerative agriculture available to small farms? Can it be scaled? What does it take to start a regenerative agriculture farm?   Richard also chats about why he switched from growing vegetables to animal husbandry, the negative consequences of our current farming practices, mineral depletion in our soil, how to create a profitable farm that can provide for a family, and what to grow based on your farm size.   With over 10+ years of running his own regenerative agriculture farm and teaching others how to do so, Richard is an incredible wealth of knowledge on the subject. He's also so well-versed on biodiversity and understanding what species grow best where. Richard shares as much of these details as he can in this episode.   Whether you're dreaming of owning a farm one day or you'd like to turn yours into a regenerative agriculture farm, or you're just interested to learn more, this episode is for you.   Here's a breakdown of what's in store: How Dr. Gustin found Richard and his work How Richard found himself in this space and his journey throughout the years What it was like to live in a gypsy community The problem with modern farming and how it got to this point Why Richard chose to leave vegetable farming for animal husbandry How the health of our soil is affected by our current farming practices and what can be done about it The downsides of row crops Mineral depletion in soil and how to restore it How fertilizers, pesticides, rodenticides, and fungicides are killing the health of our soil and planet How to improve the health of our top soil What are the most profitable farm activities to help people make a living? Richard's number one advice for starting your own farm What you can grow or raise based on your land size How to deal with the downsides of running your own farm and what those really look like Why we have an urge to fix the world, why this rarely works, and what to do instead

True Health Revealed
Unpacking the Real Facts about Vitamin and Mineral Supplements

True Health Revealed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 47:09


Vitamin and mineral supplements are the most commonly used dietary supplements by populations worldwide. They are called supplements because that is the intention: to fill in nutritional gaps in your diet, not to make up for a bad diet.No supplement replaces a healthy plant forward diet but what should you take to help make sure you are getting all the nutrients you need for good health? The aisles are full of vitamins, minerals and all kinds of supplements – in all kinds of forms – promising all kinds of benefits.Today we interview nutrient researcher Dr Jeffry Blumberg, Professor Emeritus in the Friedman School of Nutrition Science at Tufts University. He unpacks the real evidence on supplements to help you personalize what you should take.Key Messages on the Facts about Vitamin and Mineral Supplements:Children, young women, older adults, vegetarians, and vegans are at the greatest risk of several deficiencies.A diet rich in whole, nutrient-dense foods is the best way to prevent deficiency.Taking more than the recommended dose could result in toxicity.Consult your physician if you suspect you have a nutrient deficiency and to check if your medications could interfere with nutrient absorption.Form doesn't matter (eg pill vs gummy vs liquid). What matters is to take your supplements regularly.Supplements do not prevent chronic disease.Supplements lack standardization so one multivitamin can be very different from another.ResourcesCenter for Science and Public InterestNational Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements Linus Pawling Institute at Oregon State University Your physician, registered dietician and pharmacist

Charleston Time Machine
Episode 237: Clementia Mineral Spring: Ghost Town that Never Was

Charleston Time Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 29:24


Along a shady stretch of Highway 162 in Hollywood, South Carolina, stands a humble marker for Clementia Village. Local lore describes the site as the location of forgotten “ghost town,” but a search for its history reveals a different story. Formerly a part of a large rice plantation, the land bubbled with a font of spring water after the earthquake of 1886. The property owner marketed the wholesome, restorative powers of the mineral-rich water during the early years of the twentieth century, but the site devolved under a cloud during the turbulent Jazz Age.

Heart Doc VIP with Dr. Joel Kahn
The Miracle Mineral? Copper and the Heart

Heart Doc VIP with Dr. Joel Kahn

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 24:14


When you hear of copper you might think of a bracelet or a penny, but copper is a trace mineral needed in the body for optimal health. Too much or too little copper can be dangerous.   This week, Dr. Kahn tells us why knowing about copper is more important than ever. He will review the foods that supply copper and discuss the recommended intake of copper in the diet and supplements.   The interaction between high doses of zinc and vitamin C with copper is key to understanding. Finally, the theory that copper deficiency plays an important role in atherosclerosis is also discussed on this edition of Heart Doc VIP.   The multivitamin Dr. Kahn mentions can be found here:   https://kahnlongevitycenter.gethealthy.store/catalog/product/view/id/14360/s/frontier-multivitamin-240-veg-capsules/   And please visit xtend-life.com and use the discount code KAHN15 on CX8.

UBC News World
New Soothing Organic Mineral Bath Soak With Epsom Salts - Fast Delivery In USA

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 2:47


Los Angeles' Parlour of Wonders has the finest collection of skin-softening organic scented bath crystals. Powered by Epsom salts and essential oils, they are handcrafted for the ultimate spiritual healing. Go to https://www.parlourofwonders.com/product-category/spiritual-bath-crystals (https://www.parlourofwonders.com/product-category/spiritual-bath-crystals) to find out more.

Mining Stock Daily
Exploration Matters; Ep 3 with Association for Mineral Exploration BC

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 27:58


On this week's episode of the AME Podcast: Exploration Matters, host Kylie Williams explores the issue of finding the next generation of workers in mineral exploration and mining. In an in-depth interview, she asks a BC Career Education Coordinator, George Richard, what options high school students – the future workforce – are considering and what kinds of unique learning experiences we can offer them to turn their attention to mineral exploration. Tune in to hear how finding copper mineralization on a field trip convinced one high school student that working outside as a geologist might be more fun and lucrative than her previous plan to become a dental hygienist!

MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories
Episode 44 -- "The Tube Sock Killer"

MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 44:33 Very Popular


Today's podcast features two separate, unique stories that share a theme: mind boggling unsolved mysteries. The audio from these stories has been pulled from my YouTube channel, which is just called MrBallen, and has been remastered for today's podcast.Story names, previews & links to original YouTube videos:Story 1 -- “Mommy Is in the Trees" -- A lost little girl has a wild story (Original YouTube link -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9PCCZwKHE4)Story 2 -- "Where Did He Go?" -- The baffling disappearance of Bryce Laspisa (Original YouTube link -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WO28hxU6qjs)For 100s more stories like these, check out my YouTube channel just called "MrBallen" -- https://www.youtube.com/c/MrBallenIf you want to reach out to me, contact me on Instagram, Twitter or any other major social media platform, my username on all of them is @MrBallenSPOILERS BELOW THIS POINT:.....Main Sources:Story 1: Mommy Is in the Trees1) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mineral,_Washington_murders2) https://unsolvedmysteries.fandom.com/wiki/Diana_Robertson4) Dark5 YouTube channel -- https://youtu.be/W5u2HCxsxjM5) http://www.truecrimediary.com/index.cfm?page=cases&id=1256) https://truecrimearticles.com/2018/01/23/the-unsolved-case-of-the-1985-tube-sock-killings/7) https://unsolved.com/gallery/diana-robertson/Story 2: Where Did He Go?1) https://medium.com/@jennbaxter_69070/a-long-drive-to-nowhere-what-happened-to-bryce-laspisa-fdc05eef8db02) https://truecrimetimesblog.medium.com/the-strange-vanishing-of-bryce-laspisa-b8f5c69368893) https://www.facebook.com/FINDBRYCELASPISA/4) https://www.vizaca.com/bryce-laspisa-disappearance/5) https://www.chillingcrimes.com/blogs/news/bryce-laspisa6) https://forensictales.com/disappearance-of-bryce-laspisa/7) https://www.investigationdiscovery.com/tv-shows/disappeared/full-episodes/road-to-nowhereSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Unfrozen
Future Storage: From Mineral Extraction to Data Forestry

Unfrozen

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 42:15


Marina Otero, head of the Social Design Masters Program at Design Academy Eindhoven, Netherlands, is the winner of the Harvard Graduate School of Design's 2022 Wheelwright Prize. Her study, Future Storage: Architectures to Host the Metaverse, will examine new architecture paradigms for storing data, and how reimagining digital infrastructures could meet the unprecedented demands facing the world today. Intro: Lithium, by Nirvana Discussed: The Stack, Benjamin Bratton Ingrid Burrington Tubes, Andrew Blum Grow Your Own Cloud DNA as a storage medium Seed banks for data A data garden in Eindhoven Destinations: - Singapore: Had a ban on data centers for a number of years; are seaborne and underwater data centers an option? Floating solar farms? - Darwin, Australia: Data governance – the first indigenous-led data center. Who has access to the data? Who owns it? - Nigeria: Woman-led crypto-tech communities. Positioning themselves against the corporations that are bringing the infrastructure, so they can set up their own. - Chile: Lithium extraction, new Humboldt Cable to New Zealand and Australia. - Iceland and Sweden: Questions connected to industry and energy. Use of new infrastructures. In Sweden, one data center is also a club. - California: Where new storage media are being developed. Outro: A Forest, by The Cure

Over 40 Fitness Hacks
Iron Mineral - The Core Nutrient

Over 40 Fitness Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 12:02


In this season, I have with me again Tim Kelly with Polytope Press.  He is an avid journalist and researcher in the fitness world with an emphasis on the science behind all of our body's systems.  His method of checking/testing our FLOW of each type of pathway we have in the human body is extremely interesting.  Check out this season where he goes in-depth into the most important minerals.  Today's episode ins about absorption rates of Vitamin C and Zinc.  Also, check out his website and books:    Tim Kelly - Polytope Press    http://polytope.www1.50megs.com/    polytopepress@protonmail.com   If Your Interested In Online Personal Training OR Being On "Over 40 Fitness Hacks Podcast":     Brad Williams - Online Personal Trainer - Host of Over 40 Fitness Hacks  projectb36@gmail.com  www.Over40FitnessHacks.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brad-williams33/support

Earth Wise
The Race For American Lithium Mining | Earth Wise

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 2:00


The auto industry is making a massive transition from gas-powered cars to electric cars.  The exploding electric vehicle market has set off what some call a global battery arms race.  Battery manufacturers are urgently trying to source the raw materials needed to make batteries, which presently include cobalt, nickel, graphite, and lithium.  There is encouraging […]

The Hacked Life
109. How to Pick The Healthiest Sunscreen: Mineral vs Chemical, SPF's, Ingredients to Avoid

The Hacked Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 13:38


Every Thursday, my wife Nini and I go LIVE to talk about the powerful plant therapy of essential oils and how you can start incorporating them into your regular day-to-day life. As a health coach and father of two young boys, I've seen the powerful effects firsthand and now I want to share not only the healing properties of EO's, but also the business side for those that are interested. My goal is not to only empower those in their health journey and promote the idea of a “health coach in every home,” but also to be financially free so that you can have more impact, more freedom, and more time to do the things you deserve.This week we're talking sunscreens!- Mineral vs Chemical sunscreens- What is SPF and why does it matter?- Top Ingredients to AvoidWith the help of my mentor who got me into the essential oils game, Melody Watts, who has over 15 years specialized in functional medicine and essential oils, we put together for you this awesome FREE course. It's called The Continuing Education Course, it's 10 classes covering hormones, skin health, metabolic health, detox, sleep and much more at https://www.joelevancoaching.com/teachme, you can sign up and get the course for free.Once you take the course and by the way if your customer when you're done with the course email me info@joelevancoaching.com for a free gift The course is free because I believe it's so valuable I want people to have it. If you decide to also enroll and become a member at our link we'll send you a free gift.

The Doctor Is In Podcast
873. Q&A with Dr. Martin

The Doctor Is In Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 35:56


Dr. Martin answers questions sent in by our listeners. Some of today's topics include: Nutmeg vs. oil of oregano B12 or B Complex Type II collagen Bone broth Sleep apnea Fixing bunions SIBO & malabsorption Skipping rope vs. rebounder Mineral sunscreens & zinc Protein intake  

Rádio Gaúcha
Presidente da Associação Brasileira de Carvão Mineral (ABCM), Fernando Zancan - 03/07/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 18:19


Presidente da Associação Brasileira de Carvão Mineral (ABCM), Fernando Zancan - 03/07/2022 by Rádio Gaúcha

Over 40 Fitness Hacks
Zinc - The Defense Mineral

Over 40 Fitness Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 10:04


In this season, I have with me again Tim Kelly with Polytope Press.  He is an avid journalist and researcher in the fitness world with an emphasis on the science behind all of our body's systems.  His method of checking/testing our FLOW of each type of pathway we have in the human body is extremely interesting.  Check out this season where he goes in-depth into the most important minerals.  Also, check out his website and books:   Tim Kelly - Polytope Press   http://polytope.www1.50megs.com/   polytopepress@protonmail.com  If Your Interested In Online Personal Training OR Being On "Over 40 Fitness Hacks Podcast":     Brad Williams - Online Personal Trainer - Host of Over 40 Fitness Hacks  projectb36@gmail.com  www.Over40FitnessHacks.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brad-williams33/support

Over 40 Fitness Hacks
The Magnesium/Calcium Dance And, Sulfur - The Beauty Mineral

Over 40 Fitness Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 13:19


In this season, I have with me again Tim Kelly with Polytope Press.  He is an avid journalist and researcher in the fitness world with an emphasis on the science behind all of our body's systems.  His method of checking/testing our FLOW of each type of pathway we have in the human body is extremely interesting.  Check out this season where he goes in-depth into the most important minerals.  Today's episode is about the magnesium, calcium, phosphorous dance, AND sulfur being the beauty mineral.  Also, check out his website and books:   Tim Kelly - Polytope Press   http://polytope.www1.50megs.com/   polytopepress@protonmail.com  If Your Interested In Online Personal Training OR Being On "Over 40 Fitness Hacks Podcast":     Brad Williams - Online Personal Trainer - Host of Over 40 Fitness Hacks  projectb36@gmail.com  www.Over40FitnessHacks.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brad-williams33/support

Over 40 Fitness Hacks
Potassium - The Master Mineral

Over 40 Fitness Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 14:38


In this season, I have with me again Tim Kelly with Polytope Press.  He is an avid journalist and researcher in the fitness world with an emphasis on the science behind all of our body's systems.  His method of checking/testing our FLOW of each type of pathway we have in the human body is extremely interesting.  Check out this season where he goes in-depth into the most important minerals.  Today's episode is about how important the potassium mineral is to your body.  Also, check out his website and books:   Tim Kelly - Polytope Press   http://polytope.www1.50megs.com/   polytopepress@protonmail.com  If Your Interested In Online Personal Training OR Being On "Over 40 Fitness Hacks Podcast":     Brad Williams - Online Personal Trainer - Host of Over 40 Fitness Hacks  projectb36@gmail.com  www.Over40FitnessHacks.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brad-williams33/support

Mínimo Necesario
¿Cómo se representa el erotismo en el arte?

Mínimo Necesario

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 70:40


En este episodio emprendemos un recorrido por mercados de pulgas en búsqueda de postales eróticas para detonar una conversación sobre la relación del erotismo con producciones culturales. En el camino recordamos imágenes de mujeres ascendentes en las películas Vértigo de Alfred Hitchcock (1958) o La dolce vita (1960) de Federico Fellini; evocamos el fetichismo en las fotografías de Juan Crisóstomo Méndez y en las cintas de Lars von Trier; nos aproximamos a la arquitectura del sur de España y disfrutamos el misterio de los vestíbulos parisinos; sugerimos algunas joyas bibliográficas del Renacimiento italiano y recitamos versos de Oliverio Girondo; advertimos sobre el efecto empobrecedor de la pornografía para la imaginación e indagamos en los orígenes de las representaciones eróticas para las masas en el siglo XIX. Mínimo Necesario te invita a conversar. Entrevistador: Alfonso Gómez Arciniega, director de Conversaciones Necesarias, maestro en Ciencia Política y candidato a doctor en Filosofía política por la Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, licenciado en Relaciones Internacionales por el ITAM y estudiante temporal de Lengua y Literatura Alemanas en la UNAM. Invitado especial: Berenice Pardo Hernández es licenciada en Historia del Arte por la Universidad Iberoamericana; maestra en Filosofía Política por la Universitat Pompeu Fabra y doctorante en 17 Instituto de Estudios Críticos. Ha sido editora en Fomento Cultural Banamex, A.C., donde coordinó la edición del facsimilar de De Humanii Corporis Fabrica Libri Septem, de Andrés Vesalio, acreedor del Premio Antonio García Cubas por mejor edición de arte. Fue agregada cultural en el Consulado de México en Barcelona y directora de Museo Vizcaínas. Es coautora de diversas publicaciones como Mineral de la Luz. La obra fotográfica de John Horgan Jr. en México (Ediciones La Rana, Estado de Guanajuato, 2010); De vicios y virtudes, de hechizos y conspiraciones están hechos los hombres. La Inquisición en Nueva España (UNAM, 2013); Signo, símbolo y arquitectura. Poder político visto a través de las casas de Hernán Cortés del siglo XVI en la Nueva España (IV Congreso Internacional del Tardogótico, Palermo, 2020); Comercios del deseo y políticas de la imagen. Fotografía mexicana 1890-1940 (Universidad de San Mateo, Colombia, 2021). Ha colaborado para medios de comunicación como La Silla Rota y La Vanguardia. Síguenos en redes y visita nuestra página: http://minimonecesario.mx Lee el #pequeñotratado complementario acá: https://bit.ly/38pTik7 #historiadelarte #erotismo #postales #poesíaerótica #ConversacionesNecesarias #MínimoNecesario --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/minimonecesario/support

Mining Stock Daily
Exploration Matters; Ep 2 with Association for Mineral Exploration BC

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 29:37


On this week's episode, we chat with Jamie Stauss, Founder, CEO and Chairman of Digbee, about ESG data and disclosure and connect with Rob McLeod, President and CEO, Blackwolf Copper and Gold, about ESG in action on his projects in northwest BC. Also, we wraps up some news form explorers around the province.

HYDRATE with Tracy Duhs
A Simple Approach to Mineral Balance, Iron Toxicity and Aging Better

HYDRATE with Tracy Duhs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 55:25


Are you ready to feel better? Are you confused about minerals and how to balance them through diet and supplementation? It can be confusing for many of us.   This conversation with THE MINERAL SHAMAN, Hamid Jabbar helped take a complex subject and make it simple to understand. A simple way to look at minerals and how to help manage iron better. Too much iron in the blood can cause a loss of minerals like Magnesium and Copper.   Hamid and his team help people balance their minerals and heal from all manner of physical, mental, and emotional conditions.    If your practitioner has prescribed supplements and/or a diet without knowledge of the complex way that minerals work, this can be problematic. How do you know if your practitioner has the knowledge of minerals to support your healing? Hamid suggests you ask them this question: What mineral is at the heart of the Ceruloplasmin protein, rendering it capable of performing the ferroxidase function?   If they don't know then you may want to ask for a second opinion.   I learned a lot of rapping with Hamid today. He's a wealth of knowledge. His voice is so calm and soothing and I enjoyed every minute.   I learned more about why many people start having health crisis after 40, contributors to gray hair, how iron toxicity works, how to manage minerals better in the body, how to test for mineral deficiencies etc. Enjoy the show.   Find Hamid on: mineralshaman.com HamidJabbar.com IG: @mineralshaman Suggested Supplements   COPPER SUPPLEMENT: Recuperate IQ RETINOL SOURCE: Rosita Cod-liver oil   Perfectly balanced set of 78 trace elements and minerals can be found  Here: https://sanctuarysd.com/product/quinton-isotonic-marine-plasma-30-count/ Timestamps: 1:29 - How Hamid got into understanding minerals and what is The Root Cause Protocol

Keep Your Plants On Podcast
The Three Phases of Burnout/Adrenal Fatigue - Solocast

Keep Your Plants On Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 47:14


Today on the podcast is me! This is the first of many to come KYPO Solocasts. I wanted to dive into Adrenal Fatigue and Burnout, since this is way, way too close to home for me. I speak often about pace, stress, and productivity because those are my own personal vices, the areas I have to be on guard from daily. Today, I want to explain the physiological response to hustle culture, and give you the opportunity to get on the same page as your body. First, what is burnout?Burnout happens when acute stress turns chronic, your body is pumping out so much cortisol and adrenaline in response to an unsustainable pace that it essentially bankrupts your reserves. Leaving you feeling:-Anxious-Incredibly, (seemingly) unreasonably tired. The kind of tired that a good night's sleep doesn't seem to fix. -Lack of drive, creativity, and even purpose. Part of our stress response is a narrowed focus, a heightened awareness of the short term and an inability to look at the long term. -Emotionally unavailable, numb.-Cynical, joyless.We dive into:-the roles of Cortisol, Adrenaline, and our beautiful, over-stressed Adrenals. -The three stages of Adrenal Fatigue:Arousal, Adaptation, and Exhaustion. -What causes stress on the body?-The Non Negotiable Trifecta: Sleep, Poop, Blood Sugar Balance-Shifting Your Value Systems-Tangible habits to nourish and heal into the burnt out bodyTune into the Blood Sugar Podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sugar-and-sustainability-with-the-newest-kypo/id1506250980?i=1000488183262If you are looking for support in your health journey, you can find the transformational KYPO 12 week Functional Nutrition and Health Course and deeper personalization, coaching, and support at www.howtokeepyourplantson.com/programand follow along on instagram @keepyourplantson !

This Week in Cardiology
June 24, 2022 This Week in Cardiology

This Week in Cardiology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 20:43


A non-significant but wonderful trial in AF, smoking and HF, vitamins, and pre-op risk screening are the topics discussed by John Mandrola, MD, in this week's podcast. This podcast is intended for healthcare professionals only. To read a partial transcript or to comment, visit: https://www.medscape.com/twic I – DECAAF II Trial DECAAF II: AF, Fibrosis Ablation Technique Falls Short, but Signs of Hope https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/957469 • Effect of MRI-Guided Fibrosis Ablation vs Conventional Catheter Ablation on Atrial Arrhythmia Recurrence in Patients With Persistent Atrial Fibrillation https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/article-abstract/2793452 • Association of Atrial Tissue Fibrosis Identified by Delayed Enhancement MRI and Atrial Fibrillation Catheter Ablation https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/1820433 II – Smoking and HF Cigarettes Linked to HF With Preserved or Reduced EF https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/976066?src= • Cigarette Smoking, Cessation, and Risk of Heart Failure With Preserved and Reduced Ejection Fraction https://www.jacc.org/doi/full/10.1016/j.jacc.2022.03.377 III – Vitamins Evidence Still Lacking That Vitamins Prevent CVD, Cancer: USPSTF https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/975965 • Vitamin, Mineral, and Multivitamin Supplementation to Prevent Cardiovascular Disease and Cancer: US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation Statement https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2793446 IV – Pre-Op Risk Add Atrial Fibrillation to Pre-Noncardiac Surgery Risk Evaluation: New Support https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/975926 • Preoperative Atrial Fibrillation and Cardiovascular Outcomes After Noncardiac Surgery https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jacc.2022.04.021 • Patterns and Determinants of Low-Value Preoperative Testing in Michigan https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamainternalmedicine/fullarticle/2779744 • Coronary-Artery Revascularization before Elective Major Vascular Surgery https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejmoa041905 • Stress testing before abdominal aortic aneurysm repair does not lead to a reduction in perioperative cardiac events https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvs.2021.02.032 You may also like: Medscape editor-in-chief Eric Topol, MD, and master storyteller and clinician Abraham Verghese, MD, on Medicine and the Machine https://www.medscape.com/features/public/machine The Bob Harrington Show with Stanford University Chair of Medicine, Robert A. Harrington, MD. https://www.medscape.com/author/bob-harrington Questions or feedback, please contact news@medscape.net

Mining Stock Daily
Exploration Matters; Ep 1 with Association for Mineral Exploration BC

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 38:30


Today we launch "Exploration Matters" with the Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia. This is a new series of interviews in collaboration with AME and will provide a specific look at exploration within the province. Host Kylie Williams first connects with AME President & CEO Kendra Johnston, and then with Jennifer Poirier, Partner at Dentons Canada.

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JAMA Author Interviews: Covering research in medicine, science, & clinical practice. For physicians, researchers, & clinician
USPSTF Recommendation: Vitamin and Mineral Supplementation to Prevent CVD and Cancer

JAMA Author Interviews: Covering research in medicine, science, & clinical practice. For physicians, researchers, & clinician

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 10:25


Interview with John B Wong, MD, USPSTF member and coauthor of Vitamin, Mineral, and Multivitamin Supplementation to Prevent Cardiovascular Disease and Cancer: US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation Statement. Hosted by JAMA Deputy Editor Mary M. McDermott, MD. Related Content: Multivitamins and Supplements—Benign Prevention or Potentially Harmful Distraction? Patient Information: Vitamins and Minerals to Prevent Cardiovascular Disease and Cancer

Steingarts Morning Briefing – Der Podcast
Was die Steuersenkung auf Sprit bringt

Steingarts Morning Briefing – Der Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 8:48


In dieser Ausgabe steht zunächst die temporäre Senkung der Steuer für Kraftsteuer im Mittelpunkt. Die fälschlicherweise als “Tankrabatt” deklarierte Entlastungsmaßnahme führt bei den Chefökonomen von ThePioneer zu unterschiedlichen Bewertungen. Zur Debatte stehen dabei auch die Forderung nach einer Zerschlagung der Mineralölkonzerne in Deutschland und die Möglichkeiten des Kartellrechts. Letzlich helfen erste handfeste Zahlen bei der Beurteilung. Anschließend wird die Zinswende im Euroraum diskutiert. Der lang geforderte und nun offiziell angekündigte Zinsschritt der EZB bekommt allerdings keinen Applaus. Angsichts der Inflationsentwicklung sei die Europäische Zentralbank zu spät dran und zu sparsam mit ihren Gegenmaßnahmen.

Agency Intelligence
Power Producers: Fleet Safety for Sales III

Agency Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 24:47


In this episode of The Power Producers Podcast, David Carothers and co-host Kyle Houck talk about fleet safety and how beneficial it is for sales. They also discuss mirroring and labeling prospects. Episode Highlights: David explains why he would always try and use the carrier for fleet safety. (3:33) David explains that when he was a start-up in the tech perspective, he was only using a laptop and Microsoft Office. (7:17) David talks about investing in training programs and email automation when starting up. (9:24) Kyle explains that the nice thing about using KPA or Mineral is that the reports are pushed out to the employees and it helps with monitoring and accountability. (11:05) David shares about a call that he had with someone in a Killing Commercial. (12:16) David explains about mirroring and labeling somebody as a prospect and what you should sound like. (16:35) David explains that agents see KPA or Mineral as a way to get business and not as a way to keep it. (17:49) Tweetable Quotes: "I think that the thing that's really nice about using KPA or Mineral or really, you know, other ones that are out there is that it pushes it out to the employees, quarterly or monthly." - Kyle Houck "When you're mirroring and labelling somebody as a prospect, you always want to say, it sounds like, it feels like, it seems like. Not, I'm hearing, I'm feeling or whatever. Because the second you put “I” into the conversation, it becomes selfish and about you and not about them." - David Carothers Resources Mentioned: David Carothers Kyle Houck Florida Risk Partners The Extra 2 Minutes

Power Producers Podcast
Fleet Safety for Sales III

Power Producers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 23:02


In this episode of The Power Producers Podcast, David Carothers and co-host Kyle Houck talk about fleet safety and how beneficial it is for sales. They also discuss mirroring and labeling prospects. Episode Highlights: David explains why he would always try and use the carrier for fleet safety. (3:33) David explains that when he was a start-up in the tech perspective, he was only using a laptop and Microsoft Office. (7:17) David talks about investing in training programs and email automation when starting up. (9:24) Kyle explains that the nice thing about using KPA or Mineral is that the reports are pushed out to the employees and it helps with monitoring and accountability. (11:05) David shares about a call that he had with someone in a Killing Commercial. (12:16) David explains about mirroring and labeling somebody as a prospect and what you should sound like. (16:35) David explains that agents see KPA or Mineral as a way to get business and not as a way to keep it. (17:49) Tweetable Quotes: "I think that the thing that's really nice about using KPA or Mineral or really, you know, other ones that are out there is that it pushes it out to the employees, quarterly or monthly." - Kyle Houck "When you're mirroring and labelling somebody as a prospect, you always want to say, it sounds like, it feels like, it seems like. Not, I'm hearing, I'm feeling or whatever. Because the second you put “I” into the conversation, it becomes selfish and about you and not about them." - David Carothers Resources Mentioned: David Carothers Kyle Houck Florida Risk Partners The Extra 2 Minutes

100 Words Or Less: The Podcast
Chris Simpson from Mineral and Mountain Time

100 Words Or Less: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 78:12


Let's get introspective with Chris Simpson who is the vocalist for indie rock/emo stalwarts Mineral, The Gloria Record and most recently, his band Mountain Time. We go deep into his family history in the oil biz, his experience with the reunion shows with Mineral as well as being an introvert. I love all his music and hope you gain a deeper appreciation of it after this conversation.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Medicine Stories
91. The Mineral Matrix & the Motherline That Made You - Hamid Jabbar

Medicine Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 141:15 Very Popular


We were made from our mothers, who were made from the earth, which is made of stardust, which is made of minerals. A well mineralized body heals itself by providing our cellular metabolism what it needs to create energy and clear exhaust. Our ancestors didn't give their mineral status a second thought, but modern humans are almost all imbalanced (with the ill health to prove it), and minerals are wildly misunderstood. Let us remember the elemental interbeing that gives us life, understand the complex tapestry that is our individual mineral balance, and give our mitochondria what it needs to help us thrive. TOPICS: You can't microdose (or heroic dose) your way out of a mineral deficiency- how years of working with entheogenic plant medicines negatively affected Hamid's health The interplay of trauma symptoms, depression, anxiety, physical health issues, and mineral status The many reasons we're all mineral deficient Iron toxicity and why anemia is dangerously misunderstood We inherit our mitochondria from our mothers, and what your maternal grandmother ate while pregnant with your mom programmed epigenetic changes into the egg that became you, so your biology- on a metabolic level- is looking for the foods your grandmother consumed  Much of what we attribute to good (or bad) genes is actually the result of the mineral status of our mothers early in our lives For childbearing women, there are consequences to trying to maintain a figure instead of trying to nourish ourselves Human beings are deeply resilient- even when our genetic and epigenetic inheritance is lacking, even when our minerals are depleted- we can heal and thrive The exquisitely choreographed transfer of minerals from mother to baby during pregnancy, birth, and breastfeeding (and how modern childbearing practices disrupt these) Mother nature doesn't make mistakes & the human mind will never outsmart the life force Healing from healing- much of what is recommended in the “alternative” health space makes people worse by depleting minerals (including many supplements) Hamid's mineral mentor Morely Robbins and the Root Cause Protocol Addressing the underlying mineral deficiency v attacking the disease or diagnosis Iron carries the frequency of [fe]ar, and copper stimulates [cu]riosity- the correlation between mineral status & reactivity to the world Iron (which is magnetic) embodies archetypal masculine energy, and needs the feminine archetype of copper (which is electric) to balance it The whole system relaxes when toxic iron buildup starts to leave the body  Considerations around blood donation Healing. Takes Time. The myth of copper toxicity (which rivals the myth of anemia) The dance between oxygen, iron, copper, magnesium, and ceruloplasmin Oxygen + iron = rust inside the body Flower pollen, copper, and fertility Why the adrenal cocktail is needed if you are supplementing magnesium  Thirst is a cry for minerals, not water Our bodies were designed to make water and our ancestors did not drink 8 glasses a day If you're drinking unmineralized water you're irrigating, not hydrating Why hair grays and/or thins, and the possibility of reversal The interplay between light, sound, cells, and minerals Implications of cannabis overuse The dangers of hapé (tobacco snuff) (also spelled rapé)  Mineral deficiency is involved in all stages of addiction Just because it's a plant medicine doesn't mean it's good for you RESOURCES:  Hamid's brilliant Instagram account @MineralShaman Hamid's website for deeper dives & to schedule a consultation Medicine Stories Patreon (2 bonuses for this episode!) Take our fun quiz Which Healing Herb is Your Spirit Medicine?  Hamid's cannabis Highlight on Instagram Hamid's essay on the dangers of hapé  Get the free Root Cause Protocol handbook A very helpful Wise Traditions podcast interview with Morley Robbins Cure Your Fatigue and Slow Down the Aging Process [Cu]re Your Fatigue by Morley Robbins Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food by Catherine Shanahan Real Food for Pregnancy: The Science & Wisdom of Optimal Prenatal Nutrition by Lily Nichols Episode 87 Elemental Interbeing, Food Confusion Overwhelm, & Cell Deep Nourishment for Women with Kymber Maulden Our herbal & mushroom medicines MythicMedicine.love  Mythic Medicine on Instagram Medicine Stories Facebook group Music by Mariee Siou (from her beautiful song Wild Eyes)

The Strength Running Podcast
251. How 2x Olympian Kara Goucher Handles Expectations, Pressure, and Pre-Race Anxiety

The Strength Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 48:52 Very Popular


This week's guest on the podcast needs no introduction. As one of America's most dominant female runners, Kara Goucher earned a spot on the Olympic team in the 10,000 meters in 2008, and the marathon in 2012. She was second in the 10,000 meters at the World Championships in Osaka and placed third in both the Boston and New York City marathons. Kara has retired from competitive running but remains an active presence as an athlete advisor for Oiselle and Altra.  She is a sports analyst and broadcaster for NBC Sports, and had an opportunity to be on the other side of the camera as a color commentator at the Tokyo Olympics. Competitive from a young age when she would regularly beat all the boys, Kara has learned how to handle pressure and expectations throughout her career. Although Kara dealt with pressure at an elite level, that feeling is something all runners can relate to. Whether it's the expectations you set for yourself, feeling pressure from other individuals, or comparing your accomplishments with other runners, the burden of pressure can be overwhelming when you aren't able to manage it. But nervousness and pre-race jitters can also mean that you are invested in what you are about to do. When you learn how to channel that adrenaline to help instead of hurt, you can use pressure to your benefit. Kara and I cover a lot of ground on the podcast this week, including: The pros and cons of feeling pressure, and how to manage it to get the best from yourself The value of personal mantras How that feeling of pressure has evolved for Kara over the course of her career Kara's intense preparation for broadcasting races, and her goals as a commentator What makes a good race for Kara as a runner and as an an analyst And perhaps most importantly, if and when she's starting a podcast with Des Linden! Links & Resources from the Show: Check out Kara on Instagram and Facebook Follow Kara on Twitter View Kara's racing highlights More ways to deal with pressure and stress Lear how to Master your Mindset Thank You InsideTracker! This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker, one of the most reputable blood testing companies in the world. They were founded in 2009 by aging, genetics, and biometrics scientists to help you analyze your body's data and get a firm idea of how well you're responding to training. Understanding your body's biomarkers, from stress hormones to testosterone to Vitamin D, can help you figure out if you're over-training, under-training, optimally training, or if you have a health issue that might be affecting your running. But the best part is that they give you personalized optimal ranges for each of these biomarkers and a host of ways to improve these markers through diet, lifestyle, or exercise changes. I've personally gotten three Ultimate tests from them and the process is simple, easy, and very eye-opening if you haven't done a deep dive on your biomarkers yet.  Of all the investments you can make in your running, this one is like getting a detailed checkup or regularly scheduled maintenance for your internal physiology.  If you're ready to take control of your health and optimize your training, get 25% off any of their blood tests with code STRENGTHRUNNING at InsideTracker. Thank you Tanri Outdoors! Thank you to a previous sponsor who has rejoined us, Tanri Outdoors! They're offering 10% off your order with code JASON at checkout. Tanri makes all-natural mineral sunscreen, lip balm, and moisturizer that protects you from both types of UV rays. Tanri is made by runners, for runners! All of their products are reef-safe and never tested on animals.  If you spend a fair amount of time outdoors, you know the importance of applying sun protection. I have had to make it a habit myself, living in the mile high city of Denver. Using Tanri products is easy and effective, so I hope you'll give them a try. Mineral sunscreens like the ones from Tanri typically work better than chemical sunscreens as they protect you from both types of UV rays. And none of their products have phthalates, parabens, or artificial fragrances. Tanri also gives back 1% of their proceeds to help protect our National Parks. That's a win for you and for our planet! Browse all of their sun care products and use code "JASON" to save 10% on your order.