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Cisplatin is a common chemotherapy drug used to treat several types of cancer in both adults and children. While effective, the drug can build up in the inner ear and cause permanent damage. The resulting hearing loss can affect young patients, potentially causing delays in learning and social-emotional development. Until recently, there were few options to prevent or slow that hearing loss. Sodium thiosulfate (STS), a drug studied for years by researchers at Oregon Health & Science University, has been shown to counteract the toxic effects of cisplatin in the inner ear. The FDA has recently approved its use for patients as young as 1 month old.OHSU audiologist Kristy Knight joins us to explain what the treatment could mean for pediatric cancer patients. We also hear from Jennifer Boesche, a Beaverton mother who petitioned the FDA to approve STS after it helped slow her daughter's treatment-based hearing loss.
Noah and Conor share strategies to optimize focus, hydration, nutrition, warmup, staging, and more in the 48hr leading up to the start of your next event! - The Second Echelon is proudly brought to you by...- Jakroo Custom Apparel - https://www.jakroo.com/us/ AND check out the WRA Team Store store at www.williamsracingacademy.com - MODE CBD (Get 20% OFF Use Code: echelon20 at Checkout)yourmode.co and @modecbd - https://www.instagram.com/modecbd/- Williams Racing Academy - World-Class Coaching and Training for Cyclists since 1999. Find more info and start your service today at www.williamsracingacademy.com -- LMNT - 1000mg Sodium, 200mg Potassium, 60mg MagnesiumHydrate with LMNT off the bike! https://drinklmnt.com/ and @drinklmnt - Belgium Racing Experience- Premiere Racing Camps in Belgium, est. 2011 - now accepting deposits for 2023 https://www.belgiumracingexperience.com/- Yellow Rose Cycling Wheels - Hand-built custom wheels & premium service from WRA's own Oscar Salazar, right here in Texas. Build the wheelset of your dreams today at yrcwheels.comSupport the show
Today I am excited to have Robb Wolf joining me on the show. Robb Wolf is a former research biochemist and 2X New York Times/Wall Street Journal Best-selling author of The Paleo Solution and Wired To Eat. Along with Diana Rodgers, he co-authored the book, Sacred Cow, which explains why well-raised meat is good for us and good for the planet. Robb has transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people around the world via his top-ranked iTunes podcast, books, and seminars. He also co-founded the 1st and 4th CrossFit affiliate gyms in the world, The Healthy Rebellion community platform, and is the co-founder of DrinkLMNT Electrolytes. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefitfarmingfoodmom/support
Podcast Website Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin Dental Digest Podcast FacebookJohn Featherstone, MSc, PhD, is Professor of Preventive and Restorative Dental Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and Dean of the School of Dentistry. He earned his M.Sc. in physical chemistry from the University of Manchester (UK) and a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Wellington (New Zealand). His research over the past 34 years has covered several aspects of cariology (study of tooth decay) including fluoride mechanisms of action, caries risk assessment, de- and remineralization of the teeth, apatite chemistry, salivary dysfunction, caries (tooth decay) prevention, and laser effects on dental hard tissues with emphasis on caries prevention and early caries removal. He is currently active in implementing caries management by risk assessment in several dental schools across the nation. He has won numerous national and international awards, including the International Association for Dental Research distinguished scientist award for research in dental caries (2000), the Zsolnai Prize from the European Caries Research Organization (2002) for his lifelong contributions to caries research, the “Ericsson Prize in Preventive Dentistry” by the Swedish Patent Fund (2002) and the Norton Ross Award for excellence in clinical research from the American Dental Association (2007). He has published over 200 manuscripts and book chapters. He is the principal investigator on one National Institutes of Health RO1 grant and co-investigator on five other NIH grants.
X-Factors are the qualities and habits that predispose an athlete to elite level performance on the bike! The original two-part X-Factors series helped put The Second Echelon on the map over 5 years ago, and it's time for an important review! Saddle up, clip in, and get ready for free speed- this is X-Factors Part 1 & 2 combined and streamlined! - Jakroo Custom Apparel - https://www.jakroo.com/us/ AND check out the WRA Team Store store at www.williamsracingacademy.com - MODE CBD (Get 20% OFF Use Code: echelon20 at Checkout)yourmode.co and @modecbd - https://www.instagram.com/modecbd/- Williams Racing Academy - World-Class Coaching and Training for Cyclists since 1999. Find more info and start your service today at www.williamsracingacademy.com - Belgium Racing Experience- Premiere Racing Camps in Belgium, est. 2011 - now accepting deposits for 2023 https://www.belgiumracingexperience.com/- Yellow Rose Cycling Wheels - Hand-built custom wheels & premium service from WRA's own Oscar Salazar, right here in Texas. Build the wheelset of your dreams today at yrcwheels.com- LMNT - 1000mg Sodium, 200mg Potassium, 60mg MagnesiumHydrate with LMNT off the bike!https://drinklmnt.com/ and @drinklmntSupport the show
Roger Seheult, MD of MedCram explains the association between high serum sodium levels and mortality and chronic disease. See all Dr. Seheult's videos at: https://www.medcram.com (This video was recorded on January 16, 2023) Roger Seheult, MD is the co-founder and lead professor at https://www.medcram.com He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Disease, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine and an Associate Professor at the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine. MEDCRAM WORKS WITH MEDICAL PROGRAMS AND HOSPITALS: MedCram offers group discounts for students and medical programs, hospitals, and other institutions. Contact us at email@example.com if you are interested. MEDIA CONTACT: Media Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Media contact info: https://www.medcram.com/pages/media-contact Video Produced by Kyle Allred FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: https://www.facebook.com/MedCram https://twitter.com/MedCramVideos https://www.instagram.com/medcram DISCLAIMER: MedCram medical videos are for medical education and exam preparation, and NOT intended to replace recommendations from your doctor. #water #serum #sodium
This week on Balance Your Life podcast I am joined by Melisa Karabeyoglu. Melisa is a USA registered dietitian as well as a certified dietitian nutritionist by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She is also the nutrition and wellness expert at Vivoo. Melisa is passionate about spreading wellness and accessibility to features that help connect users to their bodies. One of the main goals at Vivoo is to help increase accessibility and knowledge of the interconnectedness between our bodies, lifestyle and diet. On this episode we talk all about Vitamin C, Magnesium, Sodium, Oxidative Stress, Calcium, Alkalinity, Hydration, Ketones and Protein, and the roles they play in our bodies and health. We also discuss Vivoo; the benefits of this app and product, and how we can use it as a biohacking tool to up-leveling our health and wellness, and so much more! DISCLAIMER: Please keep in mind this episode is not mean to act as medical advice. You are always encouraged to be your own advocate and to do your own research ------------------------------------- Connect with Meghan: Instagram| TikTok| Facebook| YouTube| Website To Email the Show: email@example.com Connect with Vivoo: Website | Instagram ------------------------------- Shop my Amazon Store Front where I link all my favourite wellness, lifestyle, and beauty products and brands. ---------------------------------- Join me by practicing yoga and fitness in the comfort of your home! Click here for my YouTube channel. ------------------------------------ Kala red light – red light therapy that you can do in the comfort of your home. Use code balancebymeghan at checkout to receive 10% off your order and to support the show. ---------------------------------- Use code balance30 for 30% off your order at Vivoo
Links to my favorite sodium sources: - Crucial Four m- salt is my favorite. use code KCPHARMD10 to save - Redmond real salt- second best, easy to buy in bulk, budget-friendly. use code KCPHARMD to save. I also like re-lyte for electrolytes to add to water! Connect with me: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/karicoodyPharmD Instagram: www.instagram.com/karicoody/ YouTube: bit.ly/karicoodyyoutube Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/karicoodypharmd/ Website: www.karicoody.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some healthy-sounding restaurant meals are packed with sodium even before you touch the salt shaker. Marketplace host, Rosa Marchitelli, looked into these meals and talks on the findings.
Noah and Conor discuss common mistakes to avoid and winning strategies to utilize at your first/next stage race! Topics include fitness, recovery, nutrition, and strategy! - The Second Echelon is proudly brought to you by...- Williams Racing Academy - Start your FREE TRIAL today! 2 Weeks, no commitment- limited spots available, offer ends January 31 (Code APEX) - book your consultation today www.williamsracingacademy.com- Jakroo Custom Apparel - https://www.jakroo.com/us/ AND check out the WRA Team Store store at www.williamsracingacademy.com - MODE CBD (Get 20% OFF Use Code: echelon20 at Checkout)yourmode.co and @modecbd - https://www.instagram.com/modecbd/ -- LMNT - 1000mg Sodium, 200mg Potassium, 60mg MagnesiumHydrate with LMNT off the bike! https://drinklmnt.com/ and @drinklmnt - Belgium Racing Experience- Premiere Racing Camps in Belgium, est. 2011 - now accepting deposits for 2023 https://www.belgiumracingexperience.com/- Yellow Rose Cycling Wheels - Hand-built custom wheels & premium service from WRA's own Oscar Salazar, right here in Texas. Build the wheelset of your dreams today at yrcwheels.comSupport the show
Happy new year! Today's episode of Revitalized Womanhood is the perfect message to kick off 2023. Gina is joined by a hormone specialist, Leah Brueggemann, who shares with listeners her tips and tricks on how to balance your hormones naturally as a woman, and solve some very common and overlooked health issues that are caused by hormonal imbalances. Leah talks all about the four primary minerals (calcium, magnesium, sodium, and potassium) and how beneficial they are to our health, and gives listeners some well needed education on how to become the healthiest versions of ourselves! Adrenal Cocktail Recipe: 5 ounces of orange juice, 2 ounces of full fat coconut milk, half a teaspoon of celtic sea salt, and a fourth of a teaspoon of cream of tartar. Join the Revitalized Sisterhood Connect with Gina Trimmer on Instagram Join the Free Revitalized Womanhood Facebook Community On this episode: (1:00) Leah Brueggemann is today's guest, a fellow member of the Revitalized Sisterhood, and the creator of the Balancing Hormones Naturally podcast. (4:35) Leah explains more about herself and the work she does as a certified functional practitioner specializing in hormones. (8:30) Leah discusses the differences between a man and a woman's cycle. She dives into some of the logistics around the four phases of a woman's cycle. (14:55) Leah breaks down some key aspects around seeking help for your hormonal issues, and solving those issues. (18:15) Leah lists some of the symptoms of low progesterone. (23:13) Leah goes over the four primary minerals: calcium, magnesium, sodium, and potassium. (26:10) The four primary minerals all go hand in hand, for example potassium is needed to absorb magnesium. (29:40) Leah explains more about the different kinds of hypothyroidism. (31:30) Sodium affects stomach acid, which can create a lot of digestive issues. (31:55) Leah shares how to make an adrenal cocktail, which is 5 ounces of orange juice, 2 ounces of full fat coconut milk, half a teaspoon of celtic sea salt, and a fourth of a teaspoon of cream of tartar. (34:25) Gina shares some of her health and hormonal issues, which Leah gives her professional opinion on. (37:55) Leah explains a lymphatic massage, and the different methods. (41:10) You have to start with your goals in order to successfully balance your hormones, Leah explains. (43:30) Leah advises against going off of your birth control cold turkey in order to try to balance your hormones naturally. (45:05) Everyone needs to balance their blood sugar, Leah emphasizes. (53:00) Leah talks about how relative “eating healthy” is, and how different it is for each person and how it can fluctuate and change depending on each day. (54:45) Leah explains more of the benefits to an adrenal cocktail. (57:10) Find Leah on instagram, and her website!
References for Chapter 10We did not mention many references in our discussion today but our listeners may enjoy some of the references below. Effects of pH on Potassium: New Explanations for Old Observations - PMC although the focus of this article is on potassium, this elegant review by Aronson and Giebisch reviews intracellular shifts as it relates to pH and K+.Josh swooned for Figure 10-1 is this right? Which figure was it? which shows the relationship between [H+] and pH. You can find this figure in the original reference from Halperin ML and others, Figure 1 here. Factors That Control the Effect of pH on Glycolysis in Leukocytes Here's Leticia Rolon's favorite Henderson-Hasselbalch calculator website: Henderson-Hasselbalch Calculator | Buffer Solutions [hint! for this site, use the bicarbonate (or “total CO2”) for A- and PCO2 for the HA] There's also a cooking tab for converting units! Fundamentals of Arterial Blood Gas Interpretation - PMC this review published posthumously from the late but beloved Jerry Yee and his group at Henry Ford Hospital, explores the details and underpinnings of our understandings of arterial blood gas interpretation (and this also addresses how our colleagues in clinical chemistry measure total CO2 - which JC referenced- but JC said “machine” and our colleagues prefer the word “instrument.”)Amy went deep on bicarbonate in respiratory acidosis. Here are her refs:Sodium bicarbonate therapy for acute respiratory acidosisSodium Bicarbonate in Respiratory AcidosisBicarbonate therapy in severe metabolic acidosisEffect of Intravenous Sodium Bicarbonate on Ventilation, Gas Exchange, and Acid-Base Balance in Patients with Chronic Pulmonary InsufficiencyBicarbonate Therapy in Severe Metabolic Acidosis | American Society of Nephrology this review article from Sabatini and Kurtzman addresses the issues regarding bicarbonate therapy including theoretical intracellular acidosis. Bicarbonate in DKA? Don't do it: Bicarbonate in diabetic ketoacidosis - a systematic review Here's a review from Bushinsky and Krieger on the effect acidosis on bone https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0085253822002174Here is the primary resource that Anna used in here investigation of meat replacements Nutritional Composition of Novel Plant-Based Meat Alternatives and Traditional Animal-Based MeatsWe enjoyed this paper that Dr. Rose references from the Journal of Clinical Investigation 1955 in which investigators infused HCl into nephrectomized dogs and observed changes in extracellular ions. https://www.jci.org/articles/view/103073/pdWe wondered about the amino acids/protein in some available meat alternatives they are explored in this article in the journal Amino Acids: Protein content and amino acid composition of commercially available plant-based protein isolates - PMC and you may enjoy this exploration of the nutritional value of these foods: Full article: Examination of the nutritional composition of alternative beef burgers available in the United StatesOutlineChapter 10: Acid-Base Physiology - H concentration regulated tightly - Normal H+ is 40 nm/L - This one millionth the concentration of Na and K - It needs to be this dilute because H+ fucks shit up - Especially proteins - Cool foot note H+ actually exists as H3O+ - Under normal conditions the H+ concentration varies little from normal due to three steps - Chemical buffering by extracellular and intracellular bufffers - Control of partial pressure of CO2 by alterations of alveolar ventilation - Control of plasma bicarbonate by changes in renal H+ excretion - Acid and bases - Use definition by Bronsted - Acid can donate protons - Base can accept protons - There are two classes of acids** - Carbonic acid H2CO3 - Each day 15000 mmol of CO2 are generated - CO2 not acid but combines with water to form carbonic acid H2CO3 - CO2 cleared by the lungs - Noncarbonic acid - Formed from metabolism of protein. Sulfur containing AA generate H2SO4. Only 50-100 mEq of acid produced from these sources. - Cleared by the kidneys - Law of Mass Action - Velocity of reaction proportional to the product of the concentrations of the reactants - Goes through mass action formula for water - Concludes that water has H of 155 nanoM/L, more than the 40 in plasma - Says you can do the same mass experiment for every acid in the body - Can do it also for bases but he is not going to. - Acids and Bases can be strong or weak - Strong acids completely dissociate - Weak acids not so much - H2PO4 is only 80% dissociated - Weak acids are the principle buffers in the body - Then he goes through how H is measured in the blood and it becomes clear why pH is a logical way to measure. - Then there is a lot of math - HH equation - Derives it - Then uses it to look at phos. Very interesting application - Buffers - Goes tot he phosphate well again. Amazing math describing how powerful buffers can be - Big picture the closer the pKa is to the starting pH the better buffer, i.e. it can absorb lots of OH or H without appreciably changing pH - HCO3 CO2 system - H2CO3 to H + HCO3 has a PKA of 2.72 but then lots of Math and the bicarb buffer system has a pKa of 6.1 - But the real power of the bicarb buffer is that it is not a sealed system. The ability to ventilate and keep CO2 constant increases the buffering efficiency by 11 fold and the ability to lower the CO2 below normal increases 18 fold. - Isohydric principle - There is only one hydrogen ion concentration and since that is a critical part of the buffer equation, all buffer eq are linked and you can understand all of them by understanding one of them. So we just can look at bicarb and understand the totality of acid base. - Bicarb is the most important buffer because - High concentration in plasma - Ability for CO2 to ventilate - Other buffers include - Bone - Bone is more than just inorganic reaction - Live bone releases more calcium in response to an acid load than dead bone - More effect with metabolic acidosis than respiratory acidosis - Hgb - Phosphate - Protein
This Soundscape Artist Has Been Listening To The Planet For Decades Jim Metzner is one of the pioneers of science radio—he's been making field recordings and sharing them with audiences for more than 40 years. He hosted shows such as “Sounds of Science” in the 1980s, which later grew into “Pulse of the Planet,” a radio show about “the sound of life on Earth.” Over the decades, Metzner has created an incredible time capsule of soundscapes, and now, his entire collection is going to the Library of Congress. John Dankosky talks with Metzner about what he's learned about the natural world from endless hours of recordings and what we can all learn from listening. Plus, they'll discuss some of his favorite recordings. To hear the best audio quality, it might be a good idea to use headphones if you can. The Surprising Animal Science Behind Jordan Peele's ‘Nope' One of the summer's biggest blockbusters has been the alien horror film Nope, from director Jordan Peele. Nope has elements of many classic UFO films, with the Spielbergian charm of Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and the horror and destruction from The War of the Worlds. For the spoiler-averse, this is your warning to turn back now. The big twist in Nope that differentiates it from other alien films is that it isn't a UFO (or UAP if you're up to date on the lingo) hanging out in the skies above our main characters. The saucer-shaped figure is the alien itself. Writer and director Jordan Peele attributes much of the inspiration for the alien as coming from sea creatures. He enlisted the help of scientific consultants including marine biologist Kelsi Rutledge to help bring the creature, known in the film as Jean Jacket, to life. She even gave it a scientific name: Occulonimbus edoequus, meaning “hidden dark cloud stallion eater.” Kelsi, who is a PhD candidate at UCLA in Los Angeles, California, talks to Ira about the ingredients that went into creating a new creature to scare audiences. Making A Meal Fit For An Astronaut Life on the International Space Station throws some wrenches into how food and eating work. There's very little gravity, after all. And there are big differences between nutritional needs on Earth and in space. Astronauts must exercise two hours each day on the International Space Station to prevent bone and muscle loss, meaning daily caloric intake needs to be somewhere between 2,500 and 3,500 calories. Sodium must also be reduced, as an astronaut's body sheds less of it in space. Astronauts also have an increased need for Vitamin D, as their skin isn't able to create it from sunlight as people on Earth do. So, how do all these limitations affect the food astronauts eat? Joining guest host Kathleen Davis to answer these gustatory questions is Xulei Wu, food systems manager for the International Space Station in Houston, Texas. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
Host: Sara W. Koblitz Guest: Michael J. Thorpy, MD While most clinicians are aware of a drug being either “approved” or “not approved” by the FDA, many are not familiar with the term “tentative approval.” Leading experts, attorney Sara Koblitz, JD, and Dr. Michael Thorpy, review the FDA approval process, explore how “tentative approval” is currently impacting treatment in the field of sleep medicine, and discuss how “non-drug” issues are related to delayed FDA approval. Review the latest safety and efficacy pivotal trial data associated with once-nightly sodium oxybate and find out if we're truly on the cusp of a new awakening in sleep medicine.
CME credits: 0.25 Valid until: 30-12-2023 Claim your CME credit at https://reachmd.com/programs/cme/tentative-approval-understanding-the-fda-ruling-on-once-nightly-sodium-oxybate/14688/ While most clinicians are aware of a drug being either “approved” or “not approved” by the FDA, many are not familiar with the term “tentative approval.” Leading experts, attorney Sara Koblitz, JD, and Dr. Michael Thorpy, review the FDA approval process, explore how “tentative approval” is currently impacting treatment in the field of sleep medicine, and discuss how “non-drug” issues are related to delayed FDA approval. Review the latest safety and efficacy pivotal trial data associated with once-nightly sodium oxybate and find out if we're truly on the cusp of a new awakening in sleep medicine.
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Dans cet épisode Demande conseil, j'ai de nouveau fait appel au micro-nutritionniste Sébastien Diefenbronn, et nous évoquons un sujet précis et qui concerne l'hydratation et la nutrition : Le rôle du Sodium dans la pratique des sports d'endurance. Nous allons échanger sur l'intérêt d'être attentif aux apports de ce minéral, surtout sur les efforts longs (supérieur à 2-3 heures). Nous parlerons également des risques à ne boire que de l'eau plate (surtout en grande quantité après l'effort long) Ce sujet, comporte encore malgré de nombreux avis divergents et la complexité à mesurer les déperditions est telle que la science pourra peut être nous aider à affinernos comportements. Bonne écoute et merci encore pour votre fidélité au LTP !!! N'hésitez pas : abonnez-vous sur les principales plateformes d'écoute (Deezer, spotify, podcast addict ...) pour être informés lors de la sortie des épisodes et notez avec 5 étoiles si vous utilisez APPLE PODCAST lorsque vous appréciez le contenu proposé. Ce petit geste permet d'augmenter la visibilité du podcast. Je suis également attentif à tous vos commentaires et retours que vous pourriez faire ici : email@example.com Pour rejoindre la communauté LTP Les principaux liens ainsi que pour vous abonner à la newsletter c'est par ici : https://linktr.ee/lets_trail_le_podcast Instagram : @lets_trail_le_podcast Facebook : lets trail YOUTUBE : LETS TRAIL Pour soutenir le projet et intégrer la communauté des Patrailons c'est par là : https://www.patreon.com/lets_trail_le_podcast -> Accès aux épisodes en avant première -> Participation aux vision mensuels -> Accès aux vidéos de mes courses et entrainements Et bien d'autres surprises !!!
Trade: Tegretol Class: Anticonvulsant MOA: Binds preferably to voltage gated Sodium channels in their inactive conformation, which prevents repetitive and sustained firing of an action potential.Indications: Partial and generalized tonic – clonic seizures Contraindications: AV Block, bundle branch block, agranulocytosis, bone marrow supression, monoamine oxidase inhibitor therapySide effects: Dizziness, drowsiness, ataxia, N/V, blurred vision, confusion, headache, transient diplopia, visual hallucinations, life threatening rashes.Dosing:Adult:200mg POPediatric:6-12 years old: 100mg PO Less then 6: 10mg/kg PO
Dr. Alan McCubbin lectures and conducts research in sports nutrition at Monash University, consults with Triathlon Australia's High-Performance Program, and writes for Cycling Tips. He has worked as the dietitian for the Attaque-Gusto cycling team, adventure runner Richard Bowles, several triathlon squads, the Coburg Tigers VFL football club, and the Tour de Cure cycling charity, amongst others. He has written for Outer Edge Magazine, Trail Run magazine and lectured for Cycling Australia coaches. He has worked with summer and winter Olympians, A-League soccer players, national Taekwondo champions, triathletes, ultra-marathon runners, road cyclists & mountain bikers, boxers, and windsurfers. Alan has competed at an international level in sailing and in endurance mountain biking. Alan recently completed a Ph.D. in sports nutrition at Monash University, looking at the effects of sodium in endurance athletes. He is also the co-host of The Long Munch Podcast, a podcast that answers common nutrition questions asked by runners, cyclists, and triathletes.Alan founded Next Level Nutrition, Australia's first-ever online sports nutrition consultancy back in 2010. What was once an unheard-of service model is fast becoming the norm in the sports nutrition industry, better servicing the sporting community of Australia with access to state-of-the-art sports nutrition counseling and education delivered to clients anywhere in Australia via the web.Next Level Nutrition-https://nextlevelnutrition.com.au/site/about/Paper discussed-https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35616504/The Long Much PodcastBuy Training Essentials for Ultrarunning on Amazon or Audible.Information on coaching-https://trainright.com/Koop's Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop
Picking up right where #155 left off, Noah and Conor discuss fads and trends in the performance equipment space like dropper posts and aero helmets, and bring you up to speed on tires, top accessory picks, and more! Topics Include:Recommended Tire Width (Road, MTB, Gravel) Tire Pressures & Characteristics (Road, MTB, Gravel)Tubeless Tires (for Road?) Dropper Posts (for Road & Gravel?) Spare Equipment MinimumsHandlebar, Stem, and Seatpost Materials & Characteristics Aero Handlebars Aero HelmetsAero Socks & Shoe CoversCeramic BearingsOversized Pulley WheelsLighting Recommendations Frame & Handlebar Bags Future Predictions- Jakroo Custom Apparel - https://www.jakroo.com/us/ AND check out the WRA Team Store store at www.williamsracingacademy.com - MODE CBD (Get 20% OFF Use Code: echelon20 at Checkout)yourmode.co and @modecbd - https://www.instagram.com/modecbd/- Williams Racing Academy - World-Class Coaching and Training for Cyclists since 1999. Find more info and start your service today at www.williamsracingacademy.com -- LMNT - 1000mg Sodium, 200mg Potassium, 60mg MagnesiumHydrate with LMNT off the bike! https://drinklmnt.com/ and @drinklmnt - Belgium Racing Experience- Premiere Racing Camps in Belgium, est. 2011 - now accepting deposits for 2023 https://www.belgiumracingexperience.com/- Yellow Rose Cycling Wheels - Hand-built custom wheels & premium service from WRA's own Oscar Salazar, right here in Texas. Build the wheelset of your dreams today at yrcwheels.comSupport the show
In December's Recharge, co-presenters Matt Fernley (Battery Materials Review) and Cormac O'Laoire (Electrios Energy) discuss all the developments in the batteries and battery materials segments over the past few weeks. This includes recent developments around sodium-ion cells, the viability or not of recycling of LFP cells, the recent slowdown in EV sales and its implication, the market's failure to understand the potential or graphite, and whether the market is getting it right on lithium?
In this episode Sal, Adam & Justin get personal with Max Lugavere. Max's Oprah moment. (1:57) His experience on the Tucker Carlson Show. (7:46) The Liver King is a charlatan. (14:04) The real ones are rare. (20:45) His single biggest insecurity. (23:58) Growing up being a curious kid. (30:25) Working through being introverted. (38:03) Always striving to be better. (43:50) His popularity with the opposite sex. (47:25) Working for it rather than being given. (49:50) Relationships and dealing with trauma. (54:23) The joy of being an uncle. (1:05:20) Why music is important. (1:06:48) His relationship with money. (1:09:35) Sodium intake and migraines. (1:11:08) Seed oils affect your cognitive health. (1:12:36) His exit plan to get out of the public light. (1:22:57) Related Links/Products Mentioned Visit SleepMe for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! December Promotion: At-Home Holiday Bundle (MAPS Anywhere, MAPS Suspension, MAPS PRIME, and The No BS 6-Pack Formula all for the low price of $99.99!) Genius Foods: Become Smarter, Happier, and More Productive While Protecting Your Brain for Life – Book by Max Lugavere and Paul Grewal #1870 - Max Lugavere - The Joe Rogan Experience Max Lugavere on Alzheimer's disease: Your diet and lifestyle ‘pull the trigger' Uncombable Hair Syndrome: Causes, Treatment, and What It Is Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked Unplugged: Evolve from Technology to Upgrade Your Fitness, Performance, & Consciousness – Book by Dr. Andy Galpin iGen: Why Today's Super-Connected Kids Are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy–and Completely Unprepared for Adulthood–and What That Means for the Rest of Us – Book by Jean M. Twenge PhD Visit Magic Spoon for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Visit Drink LMNT for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Research team discovers link between sodium and migraines before pain occurs Omega 3 in Childhood Migraines: a Double Blind Randomized Clinical Trial Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources Featured Guest/People Mentioned Max Lugavere (@maxlugavere) Instagram Website Podcast Joe Rogan (@joerogan) Instagram Tom Bilyeu (@tombilyeu) Instagram Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) Twitter Liver King (@liverking) Instagram Joshua Fields Millburn (@joshuafieldsmillburn) Instagram Layne Norton, Ph.D. (@biolayne) Instagram Jordan Peterson (@jordan.b.peterson) Instagram Luke Storey (@lukestorey) Instagram
Are you ready to build your next race machine? Considering making an upgrade to the trusty steed? Curious about dipping your toes into a new discipline, but don't know where to start with your bike purchase? Noah and Conor provide buyers guidance and delve into the evolution of performance, features, and characteristics of framesets, wheels, and groupsets for Road, MTB, Gravel, Track, and Time Trial! Clip in and take a spin with this episode to make sure you get exactly what you want and need with your next purchase! Topics Include...Frame Materials Frame Shapes & AttributesRoad & Mountain Bike Capability/FeaturesGravel Bikes & Full SuspensionAero Optimization for Road, TT, and Track The Four Grades of MTB Wheel WidthsWheel Aerodynamics Dura Ace vs Ultegra vs 105Shimano vs SRAM And More!- The Second Echelon is proudly brought to you by...- Jakroo Custom Apparel - https://www.jakroo.com/us/ AND check out the WRA Team Store store at www.williamsracingacademy.com - MODE CBD (Get 20% OFF Use Code: echelon20 at Checkout)yourmode.co and @modecbd - https://www.instagram.com/modecbd/- Williams Racing Academy - World-Class Coaching and Training for Cyclists since 1999. Find more info and start your service today at www.williamsracingacademy.com - Belgium Racing Experience- Premiere Racing Camps in Belgium, est. 2011 - now accepting deposits for 2023 https://www.belgiumracingexperience.com/- Yellow Rose Cycling Wheels - Hand-built custom wheels & premium service from WRA's own Oscar Salazar, right here in Texas. Build the wheelset of your dreams today at yrcwheels.com- LMNT - 1000mg Sodium, 200mg Potassium, 60mg MagnesiumHydrate with LMNT off the bike!https://drinklmnt.com/ and @drinklmntSupport the show
Let's talk about sodium! Sodium gets a bad rap (like carbs) and really, it's because most people don't really understand its role in the body and how it works. In this episode, I will debunk all the misconceptions about sodium, how much you REALLY need, the link between sodium and blood pressure and sodium and hydration. Here are some helpful links to things I mention in the episode! LMNT Re-Lyte And if you're interested in learning more about your personal mineral levels, message me HERE or click HERE to schedule a time to chat!
留言告訴我你對這一集的想法： https://open.firstory.me/user/ckq9bl3vd660p0805d1apvgrd/comments Mandarin Lessons: https://www.yunfei.world/languages/mandarin/Book lessons with this code to get more discount: huimin Email: firstname.lastname@example.org IG@ ministar723 生詞Vocabulary 1 兩個人之中 Liǎng gè rén zhī zhōng, Between two people 2 代課 Dàikè, to substitute a class 3 請假 Qǐngjià, to take a leave 4 陽光 Yángguāng, sunshine 5 找來找去 Zhǎo lái zhǎo qù, Looking around 6 心情愉快 Xīnqíng yúkuà,i Be in a good mood 7 燈光 Dēngguāng, Lighting 8 發光發亮 Fāguāng fā liàng, Shine bright 9 泡湯 Pàotāng, bath in the hot spring 10 住宿 Zhùsù, Accommodation 11 接受 Jiēshòu, Accept 12 小木屋 Xiǎo mùwū, Wooden cabins 13 溫馨 Wēnxīn, Cozy 14 童話故事 Tónghuà gùshì, Fairy Tale 15 潮濕 Cháoshī, humid 16 除濕機 Chúshī jī, Dehumidifier 17 高級飯店 Gāojí fàndiàn, High-end hotel 18 無色無味 Wúsè wúwèi , Colorless and odorless 19 碳酸氫鈉溫泉 Tànsuān qīng nà wēnquán, Sodium bicarbonate hot spring 20 一分錢一分貨 Yī fēn qián yī fēn huò , You get what you pay for 21 裸湯 Luǒ tāng, Naked hot spring 22 交替 Jiāotì, to alternate 23 很大的勇氣 Hěn dà de yǒngqì, A lot of courage 24 增強免疫力 Zēngqiáng miǎnyì lì, Boost immunity 25 頭暈 Tóuyūn, Dizziness 26 一般來說 Yībān lái shuō, In general 27 通風 Tōngfēng, Ventilation 28 空氣流通 Kōngqì liútōng, Air circulation 29 悶悶的 Mènmèn de, stuffy 30 泡湯 Pàotāng ,bath in the hot spring 31 兒童專用 Értóng zhuānyòng, For Kids 32 淺 Qiǎn, Shallow 33 躺平 Tǎng píng, to lie flat 34 情侶 Qínglǚ, Couple 35 導覽 Dǎo lǎn, Tour 36 植物 Zhíwù, Plants 37 旅遊業 Lǚyóu yè, Tourism 38 觀光業 Guānguāng yè, Tourism 39 消費 Xiāofèi, to spend money 40 觀光景點 Guānguāng jǐngdiǎn, Sightseeing spots 41 觀察 Guānchá to observe Powered by Firstory Hosting
What is ChatGPT and why does it matter? | ZDNET (00:57) ChatGPT was created by OpenAI, an AI and research company. Launched on November 30, 2022. ChatGPT is a natural language processing tool driven by AI technology that allows you to have human-like conversations and much more with a chatbot.It answers questions and can assist you with tasks Open to the public “ChatGPT is scary good. We are not far from dangerously strong AI," said nonother than Elon Musk Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, stated on twitter the success of their chatbot:“ChatGPT launched on wednesday. Today it crossed 1 million users!” Altman tweeted that just 5 days after ChatGPT went online One twitter thread that I've seen that shows the power of this sophisticated chatbot was posted by Ben Tossell (@bentossell)One tweet in the thread was a quote tweeting @jdjkelly post stating: “Google is done. Compare the quality of these responses (ChatGPT)” The tweet has pictures comparing the question asked in Google Search and ChatGPT. GPT was straightforward, explained thoroughly, and had examples. It should be noted when comparing GPT to a search engineChatGPT does not have the ability to search the internet for information and rather, uses the information it learned from training data to generate a response, which leaves room for error. One issue I have encountered with GPT is that the responses it generates are not always of high quality. Responses may sound plausible, but they lack practical sense or are overly verbose. NASA's TBIRD Mission Demonstrates 1.4TB Optical Downlink | Via Satellite (06:18) NASA's TBIRD mission recently achieved a record for optical communications in spaceThe satellite downlinked 1.4 terabytes of data over laser communications links in a single pass that lasted about five minutes. TBIRD = TeraByte InfraRed Delivery According to NASA, the goal of the TBIRD program was to “establish a communication link from a nanosatellite in low-Earth orbit to a ground station at burst rates up to 200 Gbps.”Built by the MIT Lincoln Laboratory Integrated into NASA's Pathfinder Technology Demonstrator 3 Satellite (PTD-3) NASA confirmed this amazing data transfer milestone on Twitter:“Our tiny TBIRD payload just achieved a major milestone! The @NASA_Technology mission downlinked a record-setting data volume of 1.4 terabytes over laser comm links in a single, ~5-minute pass. TBIRD is showing the benefits laser comm can have for missions.” Paper-thin solar cell can turn any surface into a power source | TechXplore (09:34) MIT engineers have developed ultralight fabric solar cells that can quickly and easily turn any surface into a power source.These durable, flexible solar cells are much thinner than a human hair. Are glued to a strong, lightweight fabric, making them easy to install on a fixed surface. Because they are so thin and lightweight, these solar cells can be laminated onto many different surfaces.Could be integrated onto the sails of a boat to provide power while at sea, Adhered onto tents and tarps that are deployed in disaster recovery operations Applied onto the wings of drones to extend their flying range. They are one-hundredth the weight of conventional solar panels, generate 18 times more power-per-kilogram, and are made from semiconducting inks.Uses printing processes that can be scaled in the future to large-area manufacturing. When they tested the device, the MIT researchers found it could generate 730 watts of power per kilogram when freestanding and about 370 watts-per-kilogram if deployed on the high-strength fabric. 18 times more power-per-kilogram than conventional solar cells. After rolling and unrolling a fabric solar panel more than 500 times, the researchers saw that the cells still retained more than 90 percent of their initial power generation. Jeremiah Mwaura, a co-author on the study, explains why the team is looking at the encasing method next:“Encasing these solar cells in heavy glass, as is standard with the traditional silicon solar cells, would minimize the value of the present advancement, so the team is currently developing ultrathin packaging solutions that would only fractionally increase the weight of the present ultralight devices." Cheap sodium-sulfur battery boasts 4x the capacity of lithium-ion | New Atlas (16:21) An international team of scientists eyeing next-generation energy storage solutions have demonstrated an eco-friendly and low-cost battery with some exciting potential.Sodium-sulfur battery design offers a fourfold increase on energy capacity compared to a typical lithium-ion battery The creation falls into a category of batteries known as molten-salt batteries.Energy storage system that uses a molten salt electrolyte to store electrical energy. Molten salt: Is solid at standard temperature and pressure but enters the liquid phase due to elevated temperature. Regular table salt has a melting point of 801 °C (1474°F). These batteries are theoretically attractive for use in grid-scale energy storage systems. Capable of storing large amounts of energy for long periods of time Also be discharged very quickly to meet sudden increases in demand. The research team set out to address a couple of shortcomings with current sodium-sulfur batteries:Short life cycles and limited capacities The team's design makes use of carbon-based electrodes and a thermal degradation process known as pyrolysis to alter the reactions between the sulfur and sodium.Pyrolysis: The thermal decomposition of materials at elevated temperatures in an inert atmosphere. Result: a sodium-sulfur battery with a high capacity of 1,017 mAh/g at room temperatureThe unit mAh/g stands for milliampere-hours per gram, and it is used to express the amount of electrical charge that a battery can store per unit of mass. Importantly, the battery demonstrated good stability and retained around half of this capacity after 1,000 cycles, described in the team's paper as “unprecedented.” End on a quote from lead researcher Dr Shenlong Zhao: “Our sodium battery has the potential to dramatically reduce costs while providing four times as much storage capacity … This is a significant breakthrough for renewable energy development which, although reduces costs in the long term, has had several financial barriers to entry.” AlphaCode can solve complex problems and create code using AI | Interesting Engineering (22:33) A novel system called AlphaCode, created by DeepMind,uses artificial intelligence (AI) to create computer code.Recently participated in programming competitions, using critical thinking, algorithms, and natural language comprehension. The software generates code in Python or C++, while filtering out any bad coding. Generates code at an exceptional rate The system was trained to solve problems and generate code solutions. It filters out bad code through a process that involves keeping only 1% of the programs that pass the test cases. There are a few AI coding systems, with another well-known system for coders called Codex. Codex was created by OpenAI, the makers of DALL-E and ChatGPT. Proficient in a dozen programming languages and powers GitHub copilot AlphaCode was created to assist programmers by generating code, while also solving more complicated problems.Trying to solve issues that arose in other AI coding systems, such as solving difficult problems that require analysis and logic on a deeper level. DeepMind discovered three key points that needed to be incorporated:An extensive and clean competitive programming dataset for training and evaluation, Large and efficient-to-sample transformer-based architectures, and large-scale model sampling to explore the search space, Followed by filtering based on program behavior to a small set of submissions AlphaCode in the study, solved about 34.2% of the problems:“With up to a million samples per problem, we can solve 34.2% of problems in our validation set; and with one hundred thousand samples, we solve 31.8% of problems in our validation set” DeepMind entered AlphaCode into online coding competitions. In competitions with 5000 programmers or more, AlphaCode ranked in the top 54.3%. Yujia Li, a computer scientist at DeepMind and paper co-author stated:“AI coding might have applications beyond winning competitions … It could do software grunt work, freeing up developers to work at a higher, or more abstract level, or it could help noncoders create simple programs.”
Today I'm talking about sodium. Yes, salt. Partnered with magnesium and calcium, and potassium, these four make up our key electrolytes that are so important to our health.About the Host:Melissa is an Integrative Health Practitioner helping people get to the root cause of their health issues. Melissa neither diagnoses nor cures but helps bring your body back into balance by helping discover your “toxic load” and then removing the toxins. Melissa offers functional medicine lab testing that helps you “see inside” to know exactly what is going on, and then provides a personalized wellness protocol using natural herbs and supplements. Melissa's business is 100% virtual – the lab tests are mailed directly to your home and she specializes in holding your hand and guiding the way to healing so that you don't have to figure it all out on your own.Melissa is the winner of the 2021 Quality Care Award by Business From The Heart and is also the recipient of the Alignable “Local Business Person of the Year “Award 2022 for Whistler.Melissa has been featured at a number of Health & Wellness Summits, such as the Health, Wealth & Wisdom Summit, The Power To Profit Summit, The Feel Fan-freaking-tas-tic Summit, the Aim Higher Summit, and many more! She has also guested on over 60 different podcasts teaching people about the importance of prioritizing our health and how to get get started.Linktree:https://linktr.ee/yourguidedhealthjourneyThanks for listening!If you know somebody who would benefit from this message or would be an awesome addition to our community, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below!Subscribe to the podcast!If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast app on your mobile device.Leave us a review!We appreciate every bit of feedback to make this a value-adding part of your day. Ratings and reviews from our listeners not only help us improve, but also help others find us in their podcast app. If you have a minute, an honest review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes goes a long way! Thank You!!
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In today's episode, we speak with Dr. Alan McCubbin about factors that influence fluid and sodium loss, how to measure your fluid and sodium loss, and ways you can help mitigate both to improve endurance performance.Alan McCubbin is an Accredited Sports Dietitian living in Melbourne, Australia. He is a Fellow of Sports Dietitians Australia and a senior teaching fellow at Monash University in the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food. His PhD and subsequent research has mostly focused on understanding the need for sodium before, during and after exercise in endurance and ultra-endurance athletes. As well as research, Alan has worked as a practitioner for over 15 years with athletes of all levels, from complete beginners to professional athletes and Olympians. He has consulted to Triathlon Australia's High Performance Program, in professional cycling, and with individual athletes worldwide through his online business Next Level Nutrition. He's also been involved in the media, writing for the CyclingTips website, was the author of the nutrition guide for The Sufferfest (now part of the Wahoo training platform). He is also co-host of The Long Munch Podcast, answering the most common nutrition questions that runners, cyclists and triathletes ask. Alan has competed internationally in sailing and recreationally in endurance mountain biking, but doesn't get much time for either these days with two young kids.Please note that this podcast is created strictly for educational purposes and should never be used for medical diagnosis and treatment.See you in the next episode!***New customers save 10% off all products on our website with the code NEWNR10Find SNEP here: https://nutritional-revolution.com/programs/sports-nutrition-education-program/Find our Menopause Support Meal Plan here: https://nutritional-revolution.com/product/menopause-support-meal-plan/If you would like to work with our practitioners, click here: https://nutritional-revolution.com/work-with-us/If you're interested in sponsoring Nutritional Revolution Podcast, shoot us an email at email@example.com.***Mentioned:Dr. Alan McCubbinLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/alan-mccubbin-4674b544/Twitter: @nextlvlnutMonash University Researcher Profile: https://research.monash.edu/en/persons/alan-mccubbinThe Long Munch Podcast: https://thelongmunch.podbean.com/The Long Munch Podcast Instagram: @thelongmunch
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Elle est moins chère mais reste performante : la batterie au sodium devrait arriver sur le marché l'an prochain, alors que le monde l'attendait pour les décennies à venir. C'est le géant chinois de la batterie CATL qui a annoncé que sa ligne de production était déjà prête pour ce type d'innovation.
Christian and Noah discuss a common question- "What is minimum age an athlete need be before joining WRA?", but the answer leads to a broader conversation with actionable recommendations for both those who aspire to the Elite ranks as well as Novices collecting early experience. If you're a masters athlete, 20-40 adult, parent of a junior, or junior athlete, this episode has something for you! - The Second Echelon is proudly brought to you by...- Jakroo Custom Apparel - https://www.jakroo.com/us/ AND check out the WRA Team Store store at www.williamsracingacademy.com - MODE CBD (Get 20% OFF Use Code: echelon20 at Checkout)yourmode.co and @modecbd - https://www.instagram.com/modecbd/- Williams Racing Academy - World-Class Coaching and Training for Cyclists since 1999. Find more info and start your service today at www.williamsracingacademy.com -- LMNT - 1000mg Sodium, 200mg Potassium, 60mg MagnesiumHydrate with LMNT off the bike! https://drinklmnt.com/ and @drinklmnt - Belgium Racing Experience- Premiere Racing Camps in Belgium, est. 2011 - now accepting deposits for 2023 https://www.belgiumracingexperience.com/- Yellow Rose Cycling Wheels - Hand-built custom wheels & premium service from WRA's own Oscar Salazar, right here in Texas. Build the wheelset of your dreams today at yrcwheels.comSupport the show
Michael A. Klaper, M.D. is a graduate of the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago. He has practiced acute care medicine in Hawaii, Canada, California, Florida and New Zealand and for the past 35 years has been focusing upon health-promoting food and lifestyle choices to help reverse disease and prevent the need for hospitalization and surgery. A long-time radio host and a pilot, Dr. Klaper has served as nutrition advisor to NASA's programs for space colonists on the Moon and Mars. At his website, DoctorKlaper.com, visitors can find practical insights into nutrition and healthy living through his numerous articles and videos as well as subscribe to his free newsletter, “Medicine Capsule.” Along with an active telemedicine practice, Dr. Klaper's passion and professional focus is his “Moving Medicine Forward” initiative to incorporate the teaching of applied nutrition into medical school education worldwide.What we talked about:6:35- Introduction to Dr. Klaper13:10- Medicine keeping us sick26:50- The Maillard Reaction31:05- Meat-specific toxins43:55- Saturated fats45:45- Negatives to eating meat for all your meals49:00- Benefits of starch53:55- Sodium in your diet58:20- A day in the life of Dr. Klaper1:02:45- Wrap-upConnect with Stacey:Stacey on InstagramStacey's WebsiteJoin The Herban Farmacy Facebook GroupShop Beautycounter for Black FridayJoin as a Beautycounter advocateSandyBoy Productions Shows:Why is Everyone Yelling?The Illuminate PodcastI'll Have Another with Lindsey HeinThe Ready to Run PodcastSponsors:Green Growers Organic Elderberry Syrup & Elderberry KitsUse code "Holistic" for 20% off and free shipping
Heart muscle contraction and repolarization is dependent on Sodium, Calcium, Magnesium, and Potassium ions crossing cellular membranes.When a patient's potassium levels get too low or too high hypokalemia or hyperkalemia results respectively.Two things that may lead us to suspect hypo or hyperkalemia include:the patient's medical history; and changes to the T wave on the ECG.Medical conditions that cause potassium imbalance.ECG changes seen in hypo and hyperkalemia.Critical lab values that would indicate a need for treatment.Emergent, ACLS interventions for hypokalemia and hyperkalemia.Additional information on hypo and hyperkalemia can be found on Ninja Nerd podcast. Check out the pod resources page at passacls.com.Connect with me:Website: https://passacls.com@PassACLS on Twitter@Pass-ACLS-Podcast on LinkedInGood luck with your ACLS class!
Noah and Christian Williams went to Colorado Springs to represent WRA & BRE at the 2023 USA Cycling Coaching Summit. They sit down to recap the events, takeaways, and hopes for the future as a new chapter of American Cycling begins! - The Second Echelon is proudly brought to you by...- Jakroo Custom Apparel - https://www.jakroo.com/us/ AND check out the WRA Team Store store at www.williamsracingacademy.com - MODE CBD (Get 20% OFF Use Code: echelon20 at Checkout)yourmode.co and @modecbd - https://www.instagram.com/modecbd/- Williams Racing Academy - World-Class Coaching and Training for Cyclists since 1999. Find more info and start your service today at www.williamsracingacademy.com - LMNT - 1000mg Sodium, 200mg Potassium, 60mg MagnesiumHydrate with LMNT off the bike! https://drinklmnt.com/ and @drinklmnt - Belgium Racing Experience- Premiere Racing Camps in Belgium, est. 2011 - now accepting deposits for 2023 https://www.belgiumracingexperience.com/- Yellow Rose Cycling Wheels - Hand-built custom wheels & premium service from WRA's own Oscar Salazar, right here in Texas. Build the wheelset of your dreams today at yrcwheels.comSupport the show
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Christian is back with Noah to discuss the challenges of upgrading too fast, and practical guidelines you can follow to ensure you've mastered your current category before making another leap forward! - The Second Echelon is proudly brought to you by...- Jakroo Custom Apparel - https://www.jakroo.com/us/ AND check out the WRA Team Store store at www.williamsracingacademy.com - MODE CBD (Get 20% OFF Use Code: echelon20 at Checkout)yourmode.co and @modecbd - https://www.instagram.com/modecbd/- Williams Racing Academy - World-Class Coaching and Training for Cyclists since 1999. Find more info and start your service today at www.williamsracingacademy.com -- LMNT - 1000mg Sodium, 200mg Potassium, 60mg MagnesiumHydrate with LMNT off the bike! https://drinklmnt.com/ and @drinklmnt - Belgium Racing Experience- Premiere Racing Camps in Belgium, est. 2011 - now accepting deposits for 2023 https://www.belgiumracingexperience.com/- Yellow Rose Cycling Wheels - Hand-built custom wheels & premium service from WRA's own Oscar Salazar, right here in Texas. Build the wheelset of your dreams today at yrcwheels.comSupport the show
Bradley lived off a high-carb diet for most of his life. Despite a very active lifestyle in the military, he always struggled to keep his weight down and suffered from back injuries and sciatica over the years for which he had to receive surgery at 28. On his last deployment overseas, he experimented with fasting and keto before transitioning almost completely to carnivore by the time he came back home. Basically, he came around to doing the exact opposite of the Army's nutrition advice and ate all the red meat and eggs he wanted. The result was that he pretty quickly lost 20 pounds and the lingering sciatica he had from his laminectomy surgery, something I thought I was stuck with for life, completely disappeared. Freedom from pain has allowed him to lift weights on a daily basis and he is stronger and sleeps better at 32 than he ever did in his teens or 20s. He only wishes he had discovered this diet earlier in life so he could have avoided a lot of annoyance and anguish. Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 01:18 Lower back pain, sciatica, bulging discs; laminectomy 02:34 Getting frustrated with the lack of progress with treatments 02:57 Going cold turkey on processed foods 04:08 Putting the proper fuel in your body. 04:53 Difficulty transitioning to the carnivore diet 06:00 What Bradley eats on a daily basis 07:23 Higher protein versus higher fat 08:26 Organ meats, grass-fed vs grass-finished 10:41 Working out 11:45 Improving in a post-surgical state 12:58 Strength and energy on the carnivore diet 14:12 Recovery after workout 15:42 Sodium in processed food, proxy measure 17:14 Coming back from deployment as a different person 17:43 Cholesterol versus quality of life 19:22 Age and suffering 20:39 Not going to the doctor unless you're sick 22:57 Is the carnivore diet expensive? 24:45 Japanese study and carbon footprints of restaurants 27:30 Standard American garbage in military dining facilities 30:08 Nutrition guidelines 34:31 Post-traumatic stress brain and carnivore diet 36:31 Introducing others around you to the carnivore diet 37:56 Experimenting with reintroducing foods 39:31 Carbs and satiety 40:32 Aches and pains 43:03 Increasing the productivity of the entire army by 20% by putting everybody on a decent diet 44:45 Everyone has an experience with nutrition 45:07 Feeding your child meat 47:00 Feeding children garbage 48:04 How little effort the carnivore diet requires See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Book a Carnivore Coach: https://carnivore.diet/book-a-coach/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
Sodium = natrium, natri(n.) Potassium = kalium, kalii(n.) Iron = Ferrus, ferri(m.) gold = aurum, auri(n.) Tin = stannum, stanni(n.) Lead = plumbum, plumbi(n.) Silver = argentum, argenti(n.) HYDRARGYRUM = Mercury Copper = Cuprum, Cupri(n.) Hydrogen - contains the Greek word hydros (water) and genus, geni, which means “birth, origin, creation”. Hydrogen, therefore, literally means… “water-creator” “water-birther” “water-origin” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/liam-connerly/support
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In this episode, The Curious Clinicians explore why heart failure with preserved ejection fraction leads to sodium retention. Check out Tony's companion tweetorial here. Click here to obtain AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (0.5 hours), Non-Physician Attendance (0.5 hours), or ABIM MOC Part 2 (0.5 hours). Audio edited by Clair Morgan of Nodderly.com.
The Apex Protocol is the daily guide to expressing and manifesting your inner Apex Predator! Designed with Professional and Elite Athletes in mind, these keys to success are just as useful no matter where you are in your cycling journey! - The Second Echelon is proudly brought to you by...- Jakroo Custom Apparel - https://www.jakroo.com/us/ AND check out the WRA Team Store store at www.williamsracingacademy.com - MODE CBD (Get 20% OFF Use Code: echelon20 at Checkout)yourmode.co and @modecbd - https://www.instagram.com/modecbd/- Williams Racing Academy - World-Class Coaching and Training for Cyclists since 1999. Find more info and start your service today at www.williamsracingacademy.com - Belgium Racing Experience- Premiere Racing Camps in Belgium, est. 2011 - now accepting deposits for 2023 https://www.belgiumracingexperience.com/- Yellow Rose Cycling Wheels - Hand-built custom wheels & premium service from WRA's own Oscar Salazar, right here in Texas. Build the wheelset of your dreams today at yrcwheels.com- LMNT - 1000mg Sodium, 200mg Potassium, 60mg Magnesium. Get a free 12ct Sample Pack with your first purchase using our link! http://elementallabs.refr.cc/noahw1 #staysaltySupport the show
The buffering capacity of Sodium Bicarbonate and Sodium Citrate has been well-studied for their potential to decrease the acidity of our blood during exercise, and ultimately attenuate fatigue. In a larger effort to reevaluate the hyperhydration strategies in the lead-up to the Tokyo Olympics, Dr. Siegler and colleagues aimed to uncover if buffering agents such as Sodium Bicarbonate and Sodium Citrate have the potential to enhance performance in ways that had not been previously studied. In this episode of the Science of Getting Faster Podcast, Dr. Siegler, a leader on the subject of buffering agents, joins us to discuss buffering agents and his study The Hyperhydration Potential of Sodium Bicarbonate and Sodium Citrate. TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE: (0:45) What is a buffer? (3:05) How does our blood become more acidic during exercise? (4:03) Can we train our buffering capacity? (6:22) How do our bodies naturally buffer our blood? (9:47) Can our nutrition impact the acidity of our blood and thus our buffering capacity? (11:35) Currently, why do athletes supplement with buffering agents? (14:30) At what intensity of exercise do buffering agents have the greatest impact? (15:31)The side effects of buffering agents and how you can mitigate those side effects (16:50) Why you might experience side effects and what those side effects are? (18:50) Buffering agents for endurance events (19:32) How long do buffering agents stay in your blood? (21:10) How your supplementation regimen and method of delivery can impact GI symptoms (25:21) Differences between Sodium Citrate and Sodium Bicarbonate (26:25) Why this study is novel (31:40) What is hyperhydration and why is it beneficial to endurance performance? (34:08) Study protocol (40:51) Supplementation and fluid regiment for both hyperhydration and buffering protocols • Continue the discussion on the TrainerRoad Forum: https://trainerroad.cc/3LvmBRn • Submit a study, researcher or topic to be covered on the Science of Getting Faster Podcast: https://www.TrainerRoad.com/SOGF ABOUT TRAINERROAD — CYCLING'S MOST EFFECTIVE TRAINING SYSTEM TrainerRoad makes cyclists faster. Athletes get structured indoor workouts, science-backed training plans, and easy-to-use performance analysis tools to reach their goals • Introducing Adaptive Training: https://bit.ly/3qb8KDn • Build Your Custom Plan: https://bit.ly/3rbc0jM • Train Together with Group Workouts: https://bit.ly/3r8PRlQ • Get Started: https://bit.ly/302vUkW SCIENCE OF GETTING FASTER PODCAST The Science of Getting Faster Podcast cuts through the noise and talks directly to the scientists doing the latest research into how to become a faster cyclist, stronger athlete, and healthier person. Join Sarah Laverty of TrainerRoad as she interviews a new researcher every month about their latest studies, what questions they were hoping to answer, what they observed and what they are still hoping to learn. • Subscribe to the Science of Getting Faster Podcast on iTunes: https://www.TrainerRoad.com/SOGF FOLLOW TRAINERROAD • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainerRd • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trainerroad/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrainerRoad • Strava Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/trainerroad
In today's episode, I sit down with Greg the Hydrogen Man, molecular hydrogen therapy evangelist and host of the popular YouTube channel, Uprising144K Hydrogen Man. Struggling to find answers for tumors, autoimmune issues, and a heart condition, he began his own journey to heal himself and discovered hydrogen along the way. Studying the complex compound for four years, he implemented it into his health regimen and reversed his health challenges. Greg discusses the endless health benefits of hydrogen, how it helps protect against EMF radiation, topical application for skin problems, and marketing tricks to watch out for when shopping for generators. He also shares his thoughts on ORP (oxidation reduction potential) and why it might not matter, the incredible benefits of adding supplements like minerals into hydrogen water, why he thinks the Lourdes Hydrofix is the best hydrogen generator on the market. Discover for yourself what might be the most safe and powerful health hack out there! 00:14:47— Healing Power of Hydrogen Autoimmune issues, a heart condition, and tumors What is hydrogen? Creating a protocol to heal himself Alzheimer's and hydrogen Shrinking cancer tumors and lessening the effects of chemo Reversing macular degeneration Protects the kidneys Molecular Hydrogen Water Effects on Cancer, Chemotherapy, Radiation & Nasa Astronauts #8 00:28:18 — Treating the Eyes with Hydrogen Medical professionals now use Greg's protocols Saturated hydrogen water and the treatment of glaucoma Molecular H2 Hydrogen Live Blood Analysis Blood Sample from 2018 2021 Lourdes Hydrofix Premium #68 Does hydrogen work topically? 00:36:49 — Hydrogen Effects on the Reproductive Cycle Japan uses hydrogen for fertility challenges Use of hydrogen while pregnant Impact on breastfeeding Anti-aging properties and menstrual cycles 00:38:31 — Japan's Role in Hydrogen Research Discovering hydrogen in the healing waters of Lourdes Japan makes the best hydrogen producing technologies Backing their knowledge of molecular data Yamaha involved in the building process of the Hydrofix Lourdes Hydrofix: most affordable and durable Using hydrogen ambulance 00:51:39 — Hydrogen Gas vs. Hydrogen Water Hydrogen water works better than gas Gas is good for emergencies Hydrogen gas and stopping strokes Benefits to using a combination of hydrogen 01:25:21 — Why the Lourdes Hydrofix Is Superior Non-ionized, non-electrolyzed water High-grade polymer that can withstand boiling water Purest substance known to man Greg on hydrogen tablets Portable hydrogen units Visit lukestorey.com/holyhydrogen and use LUKE for $100 off 01:31:04 — Greg's Ideas for the Future Equipment to cure just about any disease Methods to grow food that the world has never seen Hydrogen enhances therapeutic benefits Creating a retained hydrogen smoothie Minerals are needed for electric signaling in the body 01:40:57 — Alkaline & Kangen Water Alkaline and kangen water vs. hydrogen water Can damage GI tract Stomach acid function Kangen's role in discovering the benefits of hydrogen water 01:51:00 — What Is Brown's Gas? 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Burying Green: Eco-Friendly Death Care On The Rise Dying, it turns out, isn't carbon neutral. Like many of the choices we make in our lifetimes, the choice to cremate or preserve our bodies after death comes with tradeoffs as well. With preservation and burial, there's the carbon cost of cemetery space, the materials to make a coffin, and the chemicals required to prevent decay. With cremation, the body's carbon is released into the atmosphere through the burning of natural gas. This is one of the reasons why companies are starting to offer more eco-friendly options, such as water-assisted cremation. Composting human bodies is another option, allowing our carbon to be sequestered in the soil, and providing nutrients for ecosystems or gardens. But in the United States, these lower-carbon funereal options are often against the law. Now, that's slowly changing, with pressure from people who wish to use those options for themselves when the time comes. Producer Kathleen Davis discusses these issues and more with mortician Caitlin Doughty and Katrina Spade, founder of Recompose, a company that has pioneered the practice of human composting. Plus, the relationship between grief, ritual, and the choices we have for our mortal remains. This Brain Prosthesis Could Improve Memory Loss When people hear the word “prosthetic,” they'll probably think of an arm or a leg. But what about a prosthetic for the brain? A team of neuroscientists is designing a device that could “zap” the brain into remembering information better, and it's targeted for people with memory loss. They're doing so by studying the electrical patterns involved in memory, then mimicking them with electrodes implanted in the brain. Ira speaks with Dr. Robert Hampson, neuroscientist at Wake Forest University School of Medicine, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, who is working on the implant. Making a Meal Fit For An Astronaut Life on the International Space Station throws some wrenches into how food and eating work. There's very little gravity, after all. And there are big differences between nutritional needs on Earth and in space. Astronauts must exercise two hours each day on the International Space Station to prevent bone and muscle loss, meaning daily caloric intake needs to be somewhere between 2,500 and 3,500 calories. Sodium must also be reduced, as an astronaut's body sheds less of it in space. Astronauts also have an increased need for Vitamin D, as their skin isn't able to create it from sunlight as people on Earth do. So, how do all these limitations affect the food astronauts eat? Joining guest host Kathleen Davis to answer these gustatory questions is Xulei Wu, food systems manager for the International Space Station in Houston, Texas. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.