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Le Super Daily
On a testé ces réseaux sociaux inconnus mais qui cartonnent chez les genZ

Le Super Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 19:40


Épisode 869 : On a testé les 4 plateformes social media qui devraient faire le social media de demain !Alors évidemment il y a TikTok, Snapchat et puis les grands classiques comme Instagram…Mais il existe une galaxie de plateformes plus confidentielles qui se sont vues préemptées par les Genz :  BeReal, Poparazzi, Yubo, Discord…Autant d'espaces sociaux plus confidentiels qui expérimentent de nouveaux paradigmes social media.État des lieux : aujourd'hui, les utilisateurs de la génération Z se connectent à travers un éventail d'applications plus petites, chacune ayant une fonction distincte : Twitch pour la diffusion en direct et les jeux, Discord pour les groupes de discussion privés, BeReal pour les mises à jour spontanées ou Poparazzi pour des photos franches de copains. Yubo : la plateforme du live gamifié Bien connue des moins de 25 ans, l'application Yubo, réservée aux moins de 26 ans et qui est d'ailleurs une application française est utilisée par plus de 25 millions d'utilisateurs. C'est est une alternative à HouseParty et permet aux jeunes de se faire des amis, via des live vidéo. Stream : permet de réaliser un direct avec plusieurs personnesChat : pour échanger avec des prochesSwipe : le concept de Tinder, mais pour trouver des amisTrouve une communauté J'ai testé et il ya des trucs très intéressants.Les lives déjà sont vraiment bien fait. Il y a beaucoup d'option pour facilement animer un live. Des outils de gamifications. Tu as par exemple la possibilité de lancer un questionnaire pour que les gens prennent à mieux te connaitre. Une sorte de FAQ comme le font les Youtubeur. Tu vois les questions à l'écran et tu y répond en facecam.  Tu as aussi une fonction de Pictionary. Tu dois dessiner des trucs à l'écran. Tes potes connectés voient ton dessin en direct et doivent deviner. Autre fonction très sympa, la possibilité de regarder des vidéos Youtube à plusieurs. Une sorte de Watch party. — Small is beautiful Dans un monde où les utilisateurs sont plus préoccupés par la confidentialité en ligne et où les interactions publiques sont plus scrutées que jamais, les gens veulent de la confidentialité. Aujourd'hui, la possibilité de partager du contenu avec seulement une petite poignée d'amis proches est la valeur par défaut de la plupart des plateformes.  Be Real On en a déjà parlé, mais Be Real c'est l'application pour l'instantané et la spontanéité. Toujours dans le top 10 des applications réseaux sociaux de l'App Store. C'est le réseau social qui continue de se frayer un chemin. Le principe est simple chaque jour à 1h différentes. L'application envoie une notification aux utilisateurs pour qu'ils postent ce qu'ils sont en train de faire. Ils ont deux minutes pour le faire, et en le faisant, il débloque les photos de leurs amis, afin de pouvoir les consulter. La particularité c'est que ça se marie aussi à une techno, puisque la photo que vous prenez utilise les deux objectifs de l'appareil photo en même temps. Vous prenez donc ce qu'il y a devant vous et votre tête. Ensuite ça fonctionne comme un réseau social classique, vous avez un feed avec toutes les photos de vos proches et puis vous pouvez les commenter réagir et même avec des emojis. Be Real a rajouté un système de géolocalisation pour voir où sont vos amis au moment d'envoyer la photo et bien sûr, tout ça se fait sans filtre pour mettre le côté authentique en avant. C'est vraiment l'application qui veut prendre le contre-pied de l'esthétisme Instagram et du très beau. Pour plus de vrai. Et ça marche…  Be Real 50 millions de téléchargements. Be Real n'arrête pas sa folle Ascension en 2022. On vous avait déjà parlé de cette plate-forme. Après des premiers tests, il y a un an et demi, et on vous a refait un épisode complet à la rentrée. Mais les chiffres de T3 viennent de tomber et c'est exceptionnel. C'est simple sur le premier trimestre. L'application était téléchargée entre 750 000 fois en janvier est 1,4 millions de fois en mars, déjà une belle progression, fois deux. Mais avril a été un premier sursaut, avec 3,5 millions de téléchargements, qui ont continué en mai et en juin. Et ça ne s'arrête pas là puisqu'à partir du mois de juillet, ça double pour 7,7 millions téléchargements pour atteindre plus de 12 millions téléchargements en août et quasiment 15 en septembre. Ce qui nous fait déjà 53 millions de téléchargement dans le monde en 2022 L'application explique que c'est son développement aux États-Unis ainsi qu'au Royaume-Uni, qui la font entrer dans une nouvelle dimension. Si les utilisateurs mensuels sont aussi en hausse, il n'y a seulement que 9 % de ses utilisateurs dans le monde qui vont chaque jour. On peut donc se demander si Be Real est une application qui surfe sur une mode, on la télécharge pour tester, et puis on abandonne ou si elle va réussir à convertir ses téléchargements en utilisateur quotidien. Poparazi : la fin du « moi je » ? Ca ressemble à Instagram mais ce n'est pas du tout Instagram.Peut-être même l'inverse. Je ne peux pas poster de photo de moi. Seulement des photos de mes potes. Ce qui fait que ma grille ou mon compte n'est constitué que de photos prisent par mes contacts. Pour faire simple, le mode selfie n'existe pas. Je ne peux que prendre des photos avec la caméra arrière. Évidemment, le profil est modifiable et les photos peuvent être supprimées mais la priorité est donnée au naturel et à l'instantané. Poparazi c'est une application américaine toute jeune qui a été crée en 2021 et qui à se jour compte un peu plus de 5 millions d'utilisateurs actifs. 75 % de ses utilisateurs ont entre 14 et 18 ans et 95 % des utilisateurs ont entre 14 et 21 ans  LinkMe LinkMe, c'est un une application hybride entre le réseau social et le lien unique. C'est un peu la dernière application à la mode. L'application a connu un effet accélérateur en France dans son développement, grâce aux influenceurs de téléréalité. C'est une application qui permet de regrouper un endroit, tous ses profils réseaux sociaux, Twitter Instagram, Snapchat, Twitch, Facebook. Ensuite l'application vous génère un QR code et en scanne via l'appareil photo de son smartphone. On peut découvrir le profil complet d'une personne. Ça permet donc aussi de faire un lien unique pour plusieurs liens. Ainsi dans l'application, vous allez avoir plusieurs onglets, puisque ça fonctionne aussi comme à son propre réseau social. Les Onglets : Vous allez pouvoir rechercher des personnesVous allez avoir des suggestions de personnes à suivrevous aurez accès à votre propre profil.Vous aurez un fil d'actualité divisé en trois onglet lui aussi : Trending, Lien, et Clip.Vous aurez enfin des Notifications  En gros, c'est le développement d'une landing page derrière un lien unique, mais en allant jusqu'au principe d'un réseau social en lui-même, en vous connectant par-là à d'autres personnes et en consommant leurs contenus qui vient d'autres plates-formes directement sur celle-ci.. . .   Le Super Daily est le podcast quotidien sur les réseaux sociaux. Il est fabriqué avec une pluie d'amour par les équipes de Supernatifs.  Nous sommes une agence social media basée à Lyon : [https://supernatifs.com/](supernatifs.com/). Ensemble, nous aidons les entreprises à créer des relations durables et rentables avec leurs audiences. Ensemble, nous inventons, produisons et diffusons des contenus qui engagent vos collaborateurs, vos prospects et vos consommateurs.

Sam Miller Science
S 430: Q&A: Mental Health and HPA Axis Connection, Thyroid Health and Weight Gain, Mentoring Bodybuilding Clients, and More!

Sam Miller Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 31:41


Received a few great questions recently I wanted to cover in today's episode that span from metabolism, thyroid health, mentorship, and more. Topics and questions include:   - My New Book Metabolism Made Simple - Mental Health and HPA Axis Connection - Thyroid Health, T3, and Gaining Weight - Metabolism School Instagram Account - Bodybuilding Clients in Metabolism School and FNMS - Why We Teach Models and Frameworks - 360 View of Client Approach and Success - Shoutout to A Few IFBB Pro's - More Episodes on Similar Topics - Please Share, Rate, and Review ----------  Purchase Metabolism Made Simple On Amazon - Any Purchase Made Within the First 7 Days is Eligible for the Metabolism Made Simple Masterclass (Complimentary with Purchase of a Book Simply Send Your Receipt to Operations@sammillerscience.com) ----------  My Live Program for Coaches: The Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Specialization  www.metabolismschool.com ----------  “This Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast and the show notes or the reliance on the information provided is to be done at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program and users should not disregard, or delay in obtaining, medical advice for any medical condition they may have and should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this Podcast, are the property of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, or used by Oracle Athletic Science LLC with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, which may be requested by contacting the Oracle Athletic Science LLC by email at team@sammillerscience.com. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that Oracle Athletic Science LLC makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast."

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 11.07.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 57:23


Videos: Michael Moore ‘Optimistic' About Democratic Midterm Chances Because He Doesn't ‘Live in a Bubble' and Millions of Americans Aren't ‘Very Bright' (3:05) Dem Party Turns On Anti-War Democratic Primary Winner (2:16 to 5:28) Society is going to COLLAPSE -Neil Oliver ( 5:24) Fear Psychosis and the Cult of Safety – Why are People so Afraid?  – Academy of Ideas (13:25) Study reveals the powerful pain-relieving properties of ashwagandha Nizam Institute of Medical Science (India), October 30, 2022 People experiencing knee joint pain and discomfort, particularly those with knee osteoarthritis, may find relief in an Ayurvedic medicine called ashwagandha(Withania somnifera). A study published in the Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine found that the root and leaf extracts of ashwagandha relieve knee pain and discomfort caused by osteoarthritis. In the search for safe and effective natural pain relief treatments, researchers from Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS)  evaluated the efficacy and safety of the root and leaf extracts of ashwagandha in patients with knee joint pain and discomfort. Ashwagandha is known to contain analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and chondroprotective properties. In the study, the researchers recruited 60 patients with knee joint pain and discomfort. These participants received placebo capsules, 125 milligrams (mg) of ashwagandha extract, or 250 mg of ashwagandha extract twice a day for 12 weeks. The results revealed that participants who received doses of ashwagandha extracts experienced great reductions in pain, stiffness, and disability. Those who received the higher dose of ashwagandha, which was 250 mg, experienced even greater and faster effects than those who received the 125 mg dose. In addition, the ashwagandha treatment did not cause any side effect. Overall, both doses of ashwagandha extract caused significant reductions in pain, stiffness, and disability of patients in a dose-dependent manner without causing any side effect.Ashwagandha Root Supports Thyroid Hormone Levels Sudbhawana Hospital (India), October 31, 2022 Eight weeks of supplementation with Ashwagandha root extract were associated with normalization of the thyroid stimulating hormones (TSH), serum thyroxine (T4) and serum triiodothyronine (T3) in people with elevated TSH levels. “The results of the present study are in accordance with previous studies,” wrote the researchers in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. “The results indicate a possible role for ashwagandha in regulating HPT axis. The anti-stress and cortisol-lowering effect of ashwagandha may provide a suitable explanation for the current outcome.” Ashwagandha has been used traditionally as an adaptogen to rejuvenate health, maintain homeostasis, sustain normal thyroid function and maintain hormonal balance in human body. However, very few modern published papers have reported ashwagandha's beneficial effects on thyroid function. This is the first clinical study that supports the traditional claim of ashwagandha as a thyroid modulator. The new double blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study involved 50 people with elevated TSH levels. So called subclinical hypothyroidism is described as a thyroid disorder with no obvious symptoms of thyroid deficiency. Participants were randomly assigned to receive either ashwagandha supplements (600mg daily) or placebo for eight weeks. Results showed that ashwagandha significantly improved serum TSH, serum T4 and serum T3 levels, achieving change toward normalization of 19%, 45% and 21% respectively. “The outcome of the present study highlights the beneficial role of ashwagandha root extract for normalizing thyroid hormone levels in subclinical hypothyroid patients; however, further studies are required to elucidate the underlying mechanisms of ashwagandha,” concluded the researchers. Enzyme in Broccoli, Cucumbers and Avocados Reverses Aging In Cells Washington University School of Medicine, October 31, 2022 Researchers have zeroed in on an enzyme — found in natural foods like broccoli and cucumbers — that can slow the chronic conditions that come with age. Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have shown that supplementing healthy mice with a natural compound called NMN can compensate for this loss of energy production, reducing typical signs of aging such as gradual weight gain, loss of insulin sensitivity and declines in physical activity. The compound, called nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN), is involved in producing another compound that is critical for energy metabolism. When they gave normal aging mice infusions of NMN, they made more of that energy-fueling compound and some of the biological problems associated with aging went away. The NMN-treated animals did not gain as much weight, they were able to convert food into energy more efficiently, their blood sugar was better–even their eyesight improved. The mice receiving NMN were also able to prevent some of the genetic changes associated with aging. “We have shown a way to slow the physiologic decline that we see in aging mice,” said Shin-ichiro Imai, MD, PhD, a professor of developmental biology and of medicine. “This means older mice have metabolism and energy levels resembling that of younger mice. Since human cells rely on this same energy production process, we are hopeful this will translate into a method to help people remain healthier as they age.” With age, the body loses its capacity to make a key element of energy production called NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide). Past work by Imai and co-senior author Jun Yoshino, MD, PhD, an assistant professor of medicine, has shown that NAD levels decrease in multiple tissues as mice age. Past research also has shown that NAD is not effective when given directly to mice so the researchers sought an indirect method to boost its levels. To do so, they only had to look one step earlier in the NAD supply chain to the NMN compound. “It's clear that in humans and in rodents, we lose energy with age,” says Imai. “We are losing the enzyme NMN. But if we can bypass that process by adding NMN, we can make energy again. These results provide a very important foundation for the human studies.” “Even though NAD synthesis was stopped only in the fat tissue, we saw metabolic dysfunction throughout the body, including the skeletal muscle, the heart muscle, the liver and in measures of the blood lipids,” Yoshino said. “When we gave NMN to these mice, these dysfunctions were reversed. That means NAD in adipose tissue is a critical regulator of whole body metabolism.” Meta-analysis of the efficacy of acupuncture in the treatment of the vascular cognitive impairment associated with cerebral small vessel disease Guangzhou Medical University (China), November 5, 2022 To systematically evaluate the efficacy and safety of acupuncture in the treatment of the vascular cognitive impairment (VCI) associated with cerebral small vessel disease (CSVD–VCI) and to provide a theoretical basis for clinical acupuncture treatment for CSVD–VCI. Ten articles on RCTs were included, involving 761 patients, i.e., 381 in the acupuncture group and 380 in the control group. The meta-analysis results indicated that the use of acupuncture alone and acupuncture alongside other therapies for CSVD–VCI could improve the overall clinical response rate, increase the patients' Montreal Cognitive Assessment scores, and activities of daily living scores. Conclusion:  Acupuncture alone and acupuncture alongside other therapies are superior to non-acupuncture-based therapies in the treatment of CSVD–VCI. However, due to the small number of relevant available articles and their general low quality, this conclusion may be biased. More clinical RCTs with a larger sample size and higher quality are needed to support this theory. Kids with vitamin D deficiency more likely to develop asthma: 10-year study Telethon Kids Institute (Australia), November 1, 2022 The findings, published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, showed repeated bouts of vitamin D deficiency in early childhood were linked to higher rates of asthma at aged 10, as well as allergy and eczema.  The study also found that allergic immune responses were more common in children with low vitamin D in the first few years, while children with vitamin D deficiency at 6 months of age were more likely to experience two conditions previously associated with heightened asthma risk: increased colonisation of the upper airways by harmful bacteria and increased susceptibility to severe lower respiratory infections involving fever. “We know vitamin D plays an important role in regulating the immune system and promoting healthy lung development…But while it has been suggested that inadequate vitamin D may be a factor contributing to the surge in asthma rates over recent decades, previous studies investigating the relationship have yielded conflicting results. There has been a lack of research looking at whether vitamin D deficiency is more detrimental at certain periods in childhood.” The study tracked vitamin D levels from birth to asthma onset, and it had shown a clear link between prolonged vitamin D deficiency in early childhood and the development of asthma. The paper states that the children were assessed at birth and at clinical follow-ups at the ages of 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10 years, and relationships with clinical outcomes were examined.  “Vitamin D deficiency in early childhood is associated with increased risk for persistent asthma, potentially through modulating susceptibility to early allergic sensitization, upper respiratory tract colonization with bacterial pathogens, or both. These relationships are only evident if vitamin D status is monitored prospectively and longitudinally,” the study concluded. “Australia is one of the few developed countries that does not fortify its food supply with Vitamin D and therefore it may not be a coincidence that we have the highest rates of allergic disease, including food allergies, in the developed world. We believe that Vitamin D supplementation trials in infancy are essential to answer this important public health question,” she said. Boost Memory, Regenerate Neurons with This Ancient Plant GreenMedInfo, November 1st 2022 Considering the fact that gingko biloba is the oldest known tree in existence (deemed for this reason a “living fossil“), isn't it poetic how this plant has also been used to promote long life as both a food and medicine in traditional cultures as well? A 2006 paper published in the European Journal of Neurology described a 24-week randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study showing an extract of this plant was as clinically effective as the blockbuster donepezil for mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease You will find gingko has been studied to have value in over 100 different diseases, and has been identified to have at least 50 distinct beneficial physiological actions. Isn't this amazing?  It has been known that gingko can stimulate brain-derived neutrophic factor (BDNF), a protein found in the brain and in the peripheral nervous system which is essential in the regulation, growth and survival of brain cells, and which is especially important for long-term memory. The ability to increase BDNF, therefore, implies it will improve brain and cognitive function. Only recently a new mechanism behind gingko biloba's brain and neurological tissue healing properties been revealed in the publication of an article in Cell and Molecular Neurobiology titled, “Ginkgo Biloba Extract Enhances Differentiation and Performance of Neural Stem Cells in Mouse Cochlea.”   In the new study researchers tested the premise that ginkgo biloba's wide range of benefits in the treatment of neural damage and disorders is due, in part, to its ability to positively modulate neural stem cells (NSC), a subpopulation of cells within the brain that as multipotent cells are capable of generating the many different types (phenotypes) of cells that make up the brain.  Their results, using mouse cochlea-derived neural stem cells, showed a number of ways that gingko biloba exact (GBE) resulted in a beneficial effect: “Our data showed that GBE treatment promotes cell survival and NSC proliferation. In addition, GBE treatment also increases NSC differentiation to neurons and enhances the performance of mature neural networks evident by the increased frequency of calcium oscillation. Moreover, neurite outgrowth is also dramatically increased upon GBE treatment. Overall, our study demonstrates the positive regulatory role of GBE in NSC proliferation and differentiation into functional neurons in vitro, supporting the potential therapeutic use of GBE in hearing loss recovery.” It is noted that neural stem cell stimulation and subsequent brain repair has also been observed in preclinical research with a little known component of turmeric known as ar-turmerone, which is found in whole turmeric but not in the increasingly popular 95% standardized curcumin extracts of turmeric.  

The Thyroid Fix
Controversial Topic: Is Intermittent Fasting BAD For the Thyroid? YES, Maybe!

The Thyroid Fix

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 38:57


Intermittent fasting as a hypothyroid woman, can it be detrimental? Perhaps? Let's say you choose a 16:8 fast, meaning an 8 hour eating window, you must ask yourself...In those 8 hours are you getting in enough calories, nutrients and good, animal based protein? Ladies in those 8 hours are you getting in 3 protein laden, nutritious, good fat containing meals? If the answer is NO, then you shouldn't be doing it! It is going to be detrimental to your thyroid healing! What will happen is your body will go into a starvation mode from the lack of calories, nutrition and protein and it's going to literally shut down your metabolism. And...all this intermittent fasting is going to work against you. Yep, you guessed it...weight gain. In the long run as it relates to your thyroid, your reverse T3 is going to up because your body will recognize this starvation as a stressor. This will also absolutely raise your cortisol levels which will in addition increase reverse T3. Intermittent fasting must be done correctly if you want positive results. The key is, during you window of eating, your nutrition must be impeccably perfect. Join Dr. Amie's LOVE YOUR MIRROR private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/dramie/ Shop ALL of Dr. Amie's Fixxr Supplements: Fixxrsupps.com Subscribe to my Text Club: Text DRAMIE to 8332631365 LET'S GET YOUR LIFE BACK...Connect with Dr. Amie Hornaman Book a free discovery call: https://dramiehornaman.com/pages/book-a-call FREE DOWNLOADS… Are My Labs Optimal? What Do I Do? Don't know where to start...don't know which labs are useful? And what to do when you get your results? Heal Your Hashi with Keto a 7 Day Challenge: 7 daily tasks to implement if you are looking for that nutritional change, and a challenge that can help get you on the road to healthier, dietary choices!  CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Join my exclusive Facebook Group, Dr. Amie…The Thyroid Fixer®...Love Your Mirror, for a Community of HOPE and Support in your thyroid journey. https://www.facebook.com/groups/dramie/ Like me on Facebook: Amie Hornaman Nutrition and Functional Medicine Subscribe on Youtube: Dr. Amie Hornaman Follow me on Instagram: @dramiehornaman

Coach Mo Golf Show
"Lotte Fox & Elon Women's Golf: A Fall to Remember"

Coach Mo Golf Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 61:14


Lotte Fox, is a Junior on Elon's Women's Golf Team and her and the Elon Phoenix had one of their most impressive seasons to date.  The team won two of their fall tournaments in a row beginning at William & Mary's event and winning the next week at their home event at Alamance CC.  Lotte and her team narrowly missed a hat trick three tournament win streak by two strokes at Boston College Intercollegiate.  The team finished their fall season at the College of Charleston's event at Edisto Island where the team struggled the first two rounds but finished the fall season off on a positive note being the only team to shoot under par the final round and inside the top-100 in the D1 Golf Stat rankings. Individually, Lotte had her best season yet and her highest collegiate finish to date, T3, at her home event. Lotte sits down to talk about her and her team's fall season, amongst a lot of other topics including, team chemistry and culture, when to stick to a plan and when to adapt some changes, as well as establishing good interpersonal relationships between coaches and players.@lotski,fox@elonwgolfContact Coach Mo@coachmogolfprowww.coachmogolfpro.commgesualdi@stjohnsgolf.comThe Golf Academy at St. Johns Located at St. Johns Golf & CC in St. Augustine/St. Johns, FL@thegolfacademy_st.johnswww.stjohnsgolf.com

DrunkFriend
Episode 96 - 1996 and Yahel of Wrestling With Gaming

DrunkFriend

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 117:11


Yahel (Wrestling with Gaming on YouTube) stops by to chat about his channel, his wrestling history, and 1996 wrestling. Alex and Trav run through 1996 music, movies, and more before answering a few emails on the way out!Find Yahel on YouTube   and on TwitterSportsNFL, Farve leads Packers to win over New England, 35-21CFB, Florida Gators AP #1, 12-1, Steve SpurrierMLB, New York Yankees win World Series over Atlanta Braves (Braves won first two games combined 16-1, lost four straight)NBA, Bulls 4-2 over Sonics after 72-10 regular season1996 Draft included Kobe Bryant, Ray Allen, Allen Iverson, Steve NashPGA - Tiger Woods turns professional, finished T5, T3, 1, 3, 1United States won most medals and most gold medals in summer olympicsKari StruggGamingNintendo 64Super Mario 64Pilotwings 64Wave Race 64PCQuakeDuke Nukem 3DDiabloCivilization 2SNESSuper Mario RPGDKC3: Dixie KongMega Man X3Kirby SuperstarPlaystationResident EvilTwisted Metal 2PaRappa the RapperTomb RaiderTekken 2Sega SaturnNights into DreamsPanzer Dragoon II ZweiAsk for emails about games released in other parts of the worldMusicFugees - The ScoreWeezer - PinkertonBeck - OdelayTool - AEnimaOutkast - ATLiensSoundgarden - Down on the UpsideTupac - All Eyez on MeSublime - SublimeMetallica - LoadSpice Girls - SpiceSongsBecause You Loved Me - Celine DionAlways Be My Baby - Mariah CareyGive Me One Reason - Tracy ChapmanTha Crossroads - Bone Thugs-n-HarmonyC'mon N' Ride It - Quad City DJsIronic - Alanis MorissetteNovocaine for the Soul - EelsPepper - Butthole SurfersOne Headlight - WallflowersTrippin on a Hole in a Paper Heart - Stone Temple PilotsBound for the Floor - Local HMoviesTwisterHappy GilmoreScreamA Time to KillJerry MaguireFrom Dusk Til DawnKingpinIndependence DayFargoPrimal FearThe FrightenersEraserTrainspottingDon't Be a MenaceThe Cable GuySpace JamNotable eventsOlympic Park bombingTupac Shakur killed in drivebyJonBenet RamseyUnabomber was capturedSupport the show Find more of our work on the Polymedia Network Find Travis on Twitter Find Alex on Twitter Send us an email drunkfriendpodcast@gmail.com

Evolutionary Radio
IronOverload.io Hardcore 21 - Clenbuterol and T3 PreContest Stacked

Evolutionary Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 34:01


In this IronOverLoad for iTunes episode your hosts Stevesmi and Da Mobster from the UK Iron Den check out an oral only cycle – Clenbuterol and T3. We discuss: • How this combination is used by top pros looking for an edge • We give you info on their medical used as well as how they are used as a PED • How best to stack them together • Why knowing how they are measured in fractions of a milligram • Stevesmi talks about how it was when he ran them • Their potential for long term medical issues in users • Why you'll get more from them if you do cardio and eat clean • And, as always, the optimal doses and cycle lengths Link to Evo threads: 1. https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/anabolic-steroids-peds/clen-t3-a-29425.html 2. https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/anabolic-steroids-peds/test-e-t3-clen-cycle-27285.html 3. https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/supplements/eca-stack-vs-clen-vs-sarms-vs-t3-t4-a-30129.html 4. https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/anabolic-steroids-peds/clen-t3-a-7335.html 5. https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/anabolic-steroids-peds/trenbolone-t3-clen-82483.html Link to article on T3: https://www.evolutionary.org/liothyronine-sodium For 1-on-1 coaching/consultation/source help requests hit up Stevesmi https://www.elitefitness.com/forum/members/stevesmi.html https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/members/stevesmi.html Where to get blood tests: https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/source-talk/bloodwork-private-md-5695.html Please note we're not doctors and the opinions are ours. It's our view and is based on our experience and views on the topic. Our Podcasts are for informational purposes and entertainment only. The Freedom of speech and 1st amendment applies.

Taco the Town
Episode 180: CLUSTERTRUCK with QUIXOTIC! (w/ Tina Rojas, Montanna Michels & Morgan Henning)

Taco the Town

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 104:23


We wrap up Tacotober and have a little Halloween Hangover (in Taco-vember) by checking out the tasty tacos (and taco salad) at Downtown KC's Ghost Kitchen CLUSTERTRUCK with the super spooky and talented Quixotic Dark Forest & Sensatia Cabaret Performers TINA ROJAS, MONTANNA MICHELS & MORGAN HENNING! Our guests chat about their recent Powell Garden's show DARK FOREST and their upcoming sexy show SENSATIA CABARET Opening November 11th at Crown Center! Dave talks about getting spooked by Witches and Moth Creatures, we get our guests Personal Taco Origin Stories and we wrap up our 5 Years of Taco The Town Celebration by flashing back to some highlights and our guests tell us their all-time favorite T3 Episodes! In the TACO TICKER, we get an update on Chipotle's Annual Halloween Costume Promotion! (Way too much Burrito Talk for Dave's Taste!) We also find out what kind of Taco you should order based on your Zodiac Sign and taco 'bout a spooky story from back in 2020, when Colorado cops responded to reports of Demonic Voices at a McDonald's! (And we touch upon the McRib going away for good and the Adult Happy Meal Shortage! A little too much McDonald's talk for Dave's taste!) ALSO: Our Guests tell us their Favorite Scary Movies!! In Town Of The Taco we discuss: Our Favorite Underrated KC Gem/Attraction, KC Shopping Malls: Past & Present and we Create a New KC Slogan or Motto! In Random Taco Question of the Week we tackle the following Questions: 1. Is a Gyro a Taco?! 2. If there was no such thing as a Taco what would replace the taco to fill that Taco Void? (A Stuffed Ground Beef Corn Dog?) and 3. Worst and Best Fast Food Chain Name?  So if you're still in the Halloween Spirit come on out to the forest and give this QUIXOTIC Episode of T3 a listen!! Editor: MATT ALLEN. Music: Suneaters courtesy of Lotuspool Records. Sponsors: Lotuspool 30th Celebration Concert, Suneaters New Album & KCK Taco Trail. 

Get Pregnant Naturally
How to Address Hyperthyroidism or Graves' to Improve Pregnancy Outcomes with Dr. Eric Osansky

Get Pregnant Naturally

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 55:41


We're digging into the hyperactive thyroid and Graves' disease and what this means when TTC. One of the main themes we see with low AMH and or high FSH is thyroid dysfunction. You may have been told your TSH is normal, but no one has run a full thyroid panel. Or you are currently taking thyroid medication, but you had no idea there were targeted lifestyle changes you need to make alongside the medication to improve its efficacy. An optimal thyroid is essential for a successful pregnancy. And both hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism can impact ovulation. We commonly see Hashimoto's with low AMH/high FSH and now we are seeing Graves' too. Before you are dismissed and told that everything is normal, don't take no for an answer. Medical gaslighting is real and we see this ALL the time with thyroid health. Let's learn more about hyperthyroidism and Graves' and their impact on fertility.   In this episode, you'll learn: 1) Why it is important to balance the thyroid when you are TTC 2) The difference between hyperthyroid and hypothyroid and how they impact fertility - What is Graves disease? 3) Role of reverse T3 and why you don't want this marker to be too high 4) Adrenal function and the link between stress and thyroid health 5) The link between mineral imbalance and thyroid health (i.e. iron, zinc, copper) 6) Diet and lifestyle recommendations to improve thyroid function --- RESOURCES: Fab Fertile Method https://www.fabfertile.com/what-we-do/   Before working with us, most couples have been through failed IVF cycles, been labeled a poor responder, and told they had better rush to another IVF or that donor eggs are their only hope. I don't want you to waste money on IVF without looking at the missed healing opportunities as to WHY it's not working in the first place. We've helped couples get pregnant naturally or improve pregnancy success when they've been told donor eggs are their only option. We've helped women get pregnant naturally with AMH as low as 0.04 and FSH in the 100s. Learn how our proven Fab Fertile Method can help improve pregnancy success for YOU. I'm excited to invite you to a special masterclass - where you'll learn How To Improve Your Chances Of Pregnancy Success If You Have Low AMH/High FSH. Register your spot here: www.gpnmasterclass.com --- Book your Supercharge Your Fertility Discovery call here with your partner (https://bit.ly/getpregnantpodcast) --- This episode is sponsored by: Leela Quantum Tech Shield yourself from EMF nasties with Leela Quantum Tech! LeelaQ Tech is leading the way in natural health innovation, combining science and quantum energy healing into an elegant and simple-to-use collection of products optimized for everyday use. My favourite is their Leela Quantum H.E.A.L. Energy Capsule: https://leelaq.com/product/leela-quantum-h-e-a-l-capsule/ Learn more at https://leelaq.com/ --- Join the Fab Fertile Support Group on Facebook for motivation, support, and education to prepare for pregnancy success. --- Check out https://www.fabfertile.com/blogs/podcasts/how-to-address-hyperthyroidism-or-graves-to-improve-pregnancy-outcomes-with-dr-eric-osansky/

Dr. Westin Childs Podcast: Thyroid | Weight loss | Hormones

Is it possible to naturally increase free T3 levels? The answer is yes! There are actually two ways to do it. The first way I call the easy way. This way is easy because it involves the use of thyroid medications like Cytomel and liothyronine. If you take T3 thyroid medication then you will increase your free t3 levels. Unfortunately, it's not easy to get those medications from your doctor which is why we need to talk about the second way or the not-so-easy way! Fortunately, these things ARE within your control and are things that you can do. Why should you care? Because T3 is the most biologically active thyroid hormone and is hundreds of times more powerful than T4. Here are 6 things that you can do to increase your free T3 levels: #1. Optimize key nutrients - zinc, selenium, Guggul, anti-oxidants, and anti-inflammatory nutrients. These nutrients all help the T4 to T3 conversion process in various ways. #2. Improve your gut health Up to 20% of thyroid conversion occurs in the gut. Even minor gut issues may impair conversion! #3. Reduce reverse T3 levels. High reverse T3 levels may automatically reduce free T3 levels. If you can lower your reverse T3 then you will naturally increase free T3 levels. #4. Check your ferritin Low iron and low ferritin result in abnormal T4:T3 ratios. #5. Focus on liver health Improve liver health by eating vegetables that contain sulfur, cruciferous vegetables, avoid alcohol, take milk thistle, dandelion, turmeric, MSM, calcium d glucarate #6. Treat your adrenals Adrenal function is related to thyroid function. Treating your thyroid does not necessarily or automatically treat your adrenals. #7. Exercise Lastly, any type of exercise can naturally improve T4 and T3 levels! Download my free thyroid resources here (including hypothyroid symptoms checklist, the complete list of thyroid lab tests + optimal ranges, foods you should avoid if you have thyroid disease, and more): https://www.restartmed.com/start-here/ Recommended thyroid supplements to enhance thyroid function: - Supplements that everyone with hypothyroidism needs: https://bit.ly/3tekPej - Supplement bundle to help reverse Hashimoto's: https://bit.ly/3gSY9eJ - Supplements for those without a thyroid and for those after RAI: https://bit.ly/3tb36nZ - Supplements for active hyperthyroidism: https://bit.ly/3t70yHo See ALL of my specialized supplements including protein powders, thyroid supplements, and weight loss products here: https://www.restartmed.com/shop/ Want more from my blog? I have more than 400+ well-researched blog posts on thyroid management, hormone balancing, weight loss, and more. See all blog posts here: https://www.restartmed.com/blog/ Prefer to listen via podcast? Download all of my podcast episodes here: https://apple.co/3kNYTCS Disclaimer: Dr. Westin Childs received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic medicine in 2013. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Childs is no longer practicing medicine and does not hold an active medical license so he can focus on helping people through videos, blog posts, research, and supplement formulation. To read more about why he is no longer licensed please see this page: https://www.restartmed.com/what-happened-to-my-medical-license/ This video is for general informational, educational, and entertainment purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Childs and you. You should not make any changes to your medications or health regimens without first consulting a physician. If you have any questions please consult with your current primary care provider. Restart Medical LLC and Dr. Westin Childs are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis, or any other infor

LiftingLindsay's More Than Fitness
Lindsey Matthew's Personal Fitness Journey, Hormones & Tackling False Beliefs

LiftingLindsay's More Than Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 45:48 Very Popular


You're in for a treat today! I have been following (mildly stalking) my guest on Instagram for awhile and been mistaken as her in the gym a few times. Lindsey Mathews aka @trainerlindsey on Instagram joins me today to discuss her story with competing, gaining 50 pounds in one year, and important hormone health topics.Time Stamps:(0:25) We Have Another Lindsey(5:23) 2018 Competing One Last Show(9:30) Gaining 50 Pounds in One Year(17:15) How to Know If It's a Hormone Imbalance(21:50) TCH, T3, and T4 Process(26:30) Some Controversy(32:20) Lindsay's Label(43:00) Where to Find Lindsey——————————Follow Lindsey on Instagram——————————Exciting NEWS! - our Membership site is LIVE!!! There is SO MUCH information on there and there will be continued information added to it every month. It currently has training and nutrition lessons on there. If you have enjoyed my podcasts you with LOVE the nutrition classes i give to help empower you to achieve your goals, whether that is fat loss, maintenance, or going into muscle building phases. It also includes my favorite recipes that i'll continue to add to as i discover new yummy foods to add to my healthy BUT YUMMY kitchen go tos!The membership site is all part of the app, so if you are an app users you already have access. If you aren't an app users you can click HERE to sign up. Need help in the gym? Click HERE (liftinglindsay.com) for optimized training programs tailored for your goals whether that's fat loss or muscle and strength. Groups include alternative exercises for gym or at home! Specific at home programming is offered too!

Confessions of a Male Gynecologist
14: A Tale Of Two Thyroids: Testing and Treatment of Hypo and Hyperthyroidism

Confessions of a Male Gynecologist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 41:38


Thyroid hormone is one of the two hormones that are critical to our survival. Unfortunately, thyroid disease is very common, and women are around five to eight times more likely to be diagnosed with a thyroid condition than a man. In my practice, I see many women who have either been diagnosed with thyroid disease or who have subclinical thyroid disease, where they have all the symptoms but have often been dismissed by doctors because their labs are within the normal range. Today I'm exploring the role of the thyroid in our bodies, different types of thyroid disease, why I don't think we should be satisfied with being on the low end of normal lab ranges, common symptoms of thyroid disease, my approach to thyroid testing, how you can advocate for yourself with your doctor, and more. Enjoy the episode!   Highlights My approach to interpreting hormone levels What is the thyroid and where is it located? Your thyroid plays an essential role in keeping you alive Why I often choose NP-Thyroid for patients with hypothyroidism What your TSH levels really mean Why you might not feel good even though your thyroid hormone levels are "normal" Women are at higher risk for thyroid disease Conditions and medical history that can increase the risk of developing thyroid disease Common causes of thyroid problems and the differences between them Taking iodine without being supervised by a medical professional can be dangerous Diabetes increases the risk of thyroid disease Why TSH shouldn't be used to diagnose thyroid disease Symptoms of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism Thyroid disease and hair loss How thyroid disease is diagnosed It's important to look at symptoms in conjunction with thyroid hormone levels My recommendations for thyroid testing When imaging is useful in diagnosis You have to be a persistent advocate for yourself Understanding treatment options for thyroid disease What you can learn about the Underdog (hypothyroidism) and Over-Achiever (hyperthyroidism) archetypes in the Hormone Balance Bible A thyroid panel should include: Basic: TSH, free T4, and free T3 Advanced: TSH, free T4, free T3, thyroid peroxidase antibodies, thyroglobulin antibodies, and thyroglobulin Why I rarely order the reverse T3 test What your thyroid panel results mean   Mentioned in this episode Integrative Therapeutics BMR Complex https://www.integrativepro.com/products/bmr-complex   Connect with Dr. Shawn Tassone, MD, PhD Instagram @ShawnTassoneMD https://www.instagram.com/shawntassonemd/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3rKOqycMebP0Sb6G83lQJg Call his office: 512-956-0296   Resources Dr. Shawn Tassone's Practice https://www.drshawntassone.com/ Dr. Shawn Tassone's Book | The Hormone Balance Bible https://tassonemd.com/hormone-balance-bible/ Dr. Shawn Tassone's Integrative Hormonal Mapping System | Hormone Archetype Quiz https://tassonemd.lpages.co/hormonearchetypequiz/       Disclaimer This podcast and website represent the opinions of Dr. Shawn Tassone and his guests. The content here should not be taken as medical advice and is for informational purposes only. Because each person is so unique, please consult your health care professional for any medical questions.

Taco the Town
Episode 179: LAWRENCE TACOFEST! On Location! (w/ Christie Courville, Elina Alterman & Howie Graham)

Taco the Town

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 115:17


This week Taco The Town hits the burgeoning Taco Town of Lawrence, Kansas for the First LAWRENCE TACO FESTIVAL!! Dave is joined by special guests Actress/Producer/Director CHRISTIE COURVILLE, Director of Development & Communications at Lawrence Humane Society ELINA ALTERMAN & Director of the Jayhawk Career Network in the KU Alumni Association and Native of Cooperstown, New York HOWIE GRAHAM! Dave & Christie talk about Episode Ideas for the 200th Episode of T3! Everyone plays some TACO GAMES to win some FABULOUS TACO PRIZES! We check the TACO TICKER and learn about a Woman who accidentally invited her friends to a Taco Festival in Another Country! Elina & Dave taco 'bout being Lawrence Tacofest Taco Judges! Hard work but somebody has to do it! Howie tells us about growing up in Cooperstown, New York and how he found his way to Lawrence, Kansas! AND: We also continue to celebrate 5 YEARS OF TACO THE TOWN by listening back to some of the highlights from 5 Years of Food, Folks and Fun!! Editor: Matt Allen. Music: Suneaters courtesy of Lotuspool Records. Sponsors: KCK Taco Trail, Suneaters NEW ALBUM "Absinthe Makes The Heart Grow Fingers" & 30 Years of Lotuspool Records.  

Screaming in the Cloud
The Man Behind the Curtain at Zoph with Victor Grenu

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 28:28


About VictorVictor is an Independent Senior Cloud Infrastructure Architect working mainly on Amazon Web Services (AWS), designing: secure, scalable, reliable, and cost-effective cloud architectures, dealing with large-scale and mission-critical distributed systems. He also has a long experience in Cloud Operations, Security Advisory, Security Hardening (DevSecOps), Modern Applications Design, Micro-services and Serverless, Infrastructure Refactoring, Cost Saving (FinOps).Links Referenced: Zoph: https://zoph.io/ unusd.cloud: https://unusd.cloud Twitter: https://twitter.com/zoph LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/grenuv/ TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is brought to us in part by our friends at Datadog. Datadog's SaaS monitoring and security platform that enables full stack observability for developers, IT operations, security, and business teams in the cloud age. Datadog's platform, along with 500 plus vendor integrations, allows you to correlate metrics, traces, logs, and security signals across your applications, infrastructure, and third party services in a single pane of glass.Combine these with drag and drop dashboards and machine learning based alerts to help teams troubleshoot and collaborate more effectively, prevent downtime, and enhance performance and reliability. Try Datadog in your environment today with a free 14 day trial and get a complimentary T-shirt when you install the agent.To learn more, visit datadoghq.com/screaminginthecloud to get. That's www.datadoghq.com/screaminginthecloudCorey: Managing shards. Maintenance windows. Overprovisioning. ElastiCache bills. I know, I know. It's a spooky season and you're already shaking. It's time for caching to be simpler. Momento Serverless Cache lets you forget the backend to focus on good code and great user experiences. With true autoscaling and a pay-per-use pricing model, it makes caching easy. No matter your cloud provider, get going for free at gomomento.co/screaming That's GO M-O-M-E-N-T-O dot co slash screamingCorey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. One of the best parts about running a podcast like this and trolling the internet of AWS things is every once in a while, I get to learn something radically different than what I expected. For a long time, there's been this sort of persona or brand in the AWS space, specifically the security side of it, going by Zoph—that's Z-O-P-H—and I just assumed it was a collective or a whole bunch of people working on things, and it turns out that nope, it is just one person. And that one person is my guest today. Victor Grenu is an independent AWS architect. Victor, thank you for joining me.Victor: Hey, Corey, thank you for having me. It's a pleasure to be here.Corey: So, I want to start by diving into the thing that first really put you on my radar, though I didn't realize it was you at the time. You have what can only be described as an army of Twitter bots around the AWS ecosystem. And I don't even know that I'm necessarily following all of them, but what are these bots and what do they do?Victor: Yeah. I have a few bots on Twitter that I push some notification, some tweets, when things happen on AWS security space, especially when the AWS managed policies are updated from AWS. And it comes from an initial project from Scott Piper. He was running a Git command on his own laptop to push the history of AWS managed policy. And it told me that I can automate this thing using a deployment pipeline and so on, and to tweet every time a new change is detected from AWS. So, the idea is to monitor every change on these policies.Corey: It's kind of wild because I built a number of somewhat similar Twitter bots, only instead of trying to make them into something useful, I'd make them into something more than a little bit horrifying and extraordinarily obnoxious. Like there's a Cloud Boomer Twitter account that winds up tweeting every time Azure tweets something only it quote-tweets them in all caps and says something insulting. I have an AWS releases bot called AWS Cwoud—so that's C-W-O-U-D—and that winds up converting it to OwO speak. It's like, “Yay a new auto-scawowing growp.” That sort of thing is obnoxious and offensive, but it makes me laugh.Yours, on the other hand, are things that I have notifications turned on for just because when they announce something, it's generally fairly important. The first one that I discovered was your IAM changes bot. And I found some terrifying things coming out of that from time to time. What's the data source for that? Because I'm just grabbing other people's Twitter feeds or RSS feeds; you're clearly going deeper than that.Victor: Yeah, the data source is the official AWS managed policy. In fact, I run AWS CLI in the background and I'm doing just a list policy, the list policy command, and with this list I'm doing git of each policy that is returned, so I can enter it in a git repository to get the full history of the time. And I also craft a list of deprecated policy, and I also run, like, a dog-food initiative, the policy analysis, validation analysis from AWS tools to validate the consistency and the accuracy of the own policies. So, there is a policy validation with their own tool. [laugh].Corey: You would think that wouldn't turn up anything because their policy validator effectively acts as a linter, so if it throws an error, of course, you wouldn't wind up pushing that. And yet, somehow the fact that you have bothered to hook that up and have findings from it indicates that that's not how the real world works.Victor: Yeah, there is some, let's say, some false positive because we are running the policy validation with their own linter then own policies, but this is something that is documented from AWS. So, there is an official page where you can find why the linter is not working on each policy and why. There is a an explanation for each findings. I thinking of [unintelligible 00:05:05] managed policy, which is too long, and policy analyzer is crashing because the policy is too long.Corey: Excellent. It's odd to me that you have gone down this path because it's easy enough to look at this and assume that, oh, this must just be something you do for fun or as an aspect of your day job. So, I did a little digging into what your day job is, and this rings very familiar to me: you are an independent AWS consultant, only you're based out of Paris, whereas I was doing this from San Francisco, due to an escalatingly poor series of life choices on my part. What do you focus on in the AWS consulting world?Victor: Yeah. I'm running an AWS consulting boutique in Paris and I'm working for a large customer in France. And I'm doing mostly infrastructure stuff, infrastructure design for cloud-native application, and I'm also doing some security audits and [unintelligible 00:06:07] mediation for my customer.Corey: It seems to me that there's a definite divide as far as how people find the AWS consulting experience to be. And I'm not trying to cast judgment here, but the stories that I hear tend to fall into one of two categories. One of them is the story that you have, where you're doing this independently, you've been on your own for a while working specifically on this, and then there's the stories of, “Oh, yeah, I work for a 500 person consultancy and we do everything as long as they'll pay us money. If they've got money, we'll do it. Why not?”And it always seems to me—not to be overly judgy—but the independent consultants just seem happier about it because for better or worse, we get to choose what we focus on in a way that I don't think you do at a larger company.Victor: Yeah. It's the same in France or in Europe; there is a lot of consulting firms. But with the pandemic and with the market where we are working, in the cloud, in the cloud-native solution and so on, that there is a lot of demands. And the natural path is to start by working for a consulting firm and then when you are ready, when you have many AWS certification, when you have the experience of the customer, when you have a network of well-known customer, and you gain trust from your customer, I think it's natural to go by yourself, to be independent and to choose your own project and your own customer.Corey: I'm curious to get your take on what your perception of being an AWS consultant is when you're based in Paris versus, in my case, being based in the West Coast of the United States. And I know that's a bit of a strange question, but even when I travel, for example, over to the East Coast, suddenly, my own newsletter sends out three hours later in the day than I expect it to and that throws me for a loop. The AWS announcements don't come out at two or three in the afternoon; they come out at dinnertime. And for you, it must be in the middle of the night when a lot of those things wind up dropping. The AWS stuff, not my newsletter. I imagine you're not excitedly waiting on tenterhooks to see what this week's issue of Last Week in AWS talks about like I am.But I'm curious is that even beyond that, how do you experience the market? From what you're perceiving people in the United States talking about as AWS consultants versus what you see in Paris?Victor: It's difficult, but in fact, I don't have so much information about the independent in the US. I know that there is a lot, but I think it's more common in Europe. And yeah, it's an advantage to whoever ten-hour time [unintelligible 00:08:56] from the US because a lot of stuff happen on the Pacific time, on the Seattle timezone, on San Francisco timezone. So, for example, for this podcast, my Monday is over right now, so, so yeah, I have some advantage in time, but yeah.Corey: This is potentially an odd question for you. But I find an awful lot of the AWS documentation to be challenging, we'll call it. I don't always understand exactly what it's trying to tell me, and it's not at all clear that the person writing the documentation about a service in some cases has ever used the service. And in everything I just said, there is no language barrier. This documentation was written—theoretically—in English and I, most days, can stumble through a sentence in English and almost no other language. You obviously speak French as a first language. Given that you live in Paris, it seems to be a relatively common affliction. How do you find interacting with AWS in French goes? Or is it just a complete nonstarter, and it all has to happen in English for you?Victor: No, in fact, the consultants in Europe, I think—in fact, in my part, I'm using my laptop in English, I'm using my phone in English, I'm using the AWS console in English, and so on. So, the documentation for me is a switch on English first because for the other language, there is sometimes some automated translation that is very dangerous sometimes, so we all keep the documentation and the materials in English.Corey: It's wild to me just looking at how challenging so much of the stuff is. Having to then work in a second language on top of that, it just seems almost insurmountable to me. It's good they have automated translation for a lot of this stuff, but that falls down in often hilariously disastrous ways, sometimes. It's wild to me that even taking most programming languages that folks have ever heard of, even if you program and speak no English, which happens in a large part of the world, you're still using if statements even if the term ‘if' doesn't mean anything to you localized in your language. It really is, in many respects, an English-centric industry.Victor: Yeah. Completely. Even in French for our large French customer, I'm writing the PowerPoint presentation in English, some emails are in English, even if all the folks in the thread are French. So yeah.Corey: One other area that I wanted to explore with you a bit is that you are very clearly focused on security as a primary area of interest. Does that manifest in the work that you do as well? Do you find that your consulting engagements tend to have a high degree of focus on security?Victor: Yeah. In my design, when I'm doing some AWS architecture, my main objective is to design some security architecture and security patterns that apply best practices and least privilege. But often, I'm working for engagement on security audits, for startups, for internal customer, for diverse company, and then doing some accommodation after all. And to run my audit, I'm using some open-source tooling, some custom scripts, and so on. I have a methodology that I'm running for each customer. And the goal is to sometime to prepare some certification, PCI DSS or so on, or maybe to ensure that the best practice are correctly applied on a workload or before go-live or, yeah.Corey: One of the weird things about this to me is that I've said for a long time that cost and security tend to be inextricably linked, as far as being a sort of trailing reactive afterthought for an awful lot of companies. They care about both of those things right after they failed to adequately care about those things. At least in the cloud economic space, it's only money as opposed to, “Oops, we accidentally lost our customers' data.” So, I always found that I find myself drifting in a security direction if I don't stop myself, just based upon a lot of the cost work I do. Conversely, it seems that you have come from the security side and you find yourself drifting in a costing direction.Your side project is a SaaS offering called unusd.cloud, that's U-N-U-S-D dot cloud. And when you first mentioned this to me, my immediate reaction was, “Oh, great. Another SaaS platform for costing. Let's tear this one apart, too.” Except I actually like what you're building. Tell me about it.Victor: Yeah, and unusd.cloud is a side project for me and I was working since, let's say one year. It was a project that I've deployed for some of my customer on their local account, and it was very useful. And so, I was thinking that it could be a SaaS project. So, I've worked at [unintelligible 00:14:21] so yeah, a few months on shifting the product to assess [unintelligible 00:14:27].The product aim to detect the worst on AWS account on all AWS region, and it scan all your AWS accounts and all your region, and you try to detect and use the EC2, LDS, Glue [unintelligible 00:14:45], SageMaker, and so on, and attach a EBS and so on. I don't craft a new dashboard, a new Cost Explorer, and so on. It's it just cost awareness, it's just a notification on email or Slack or Microsoft Teams. And you just add your AWS account on the project and you schedule, let's say, once a day, and it scan, and it send you a cost of wellness, a [unintelligible 00:15:17] detection, and you can act by turning off what is not used.Corey: What I like about this is it cuts at the number one rule of cloud economics, which is turn that shit off if you're not using it. You wouldn't think that I would need to say that except that everyone seems to be missing that, on some level. And it's easy to do. When you need to spin something up and it's not there, you're very highly incentivized to spin that thing up. When you're not using it, you have to remember that thing exists, otherwise it just sort of sits there forever and doesn't do anything.It just costs money and doesn't generate any value in return for that. What you got right is you've also eviscerated my most common complaint about tools that claim to do this, which is you build in either a explicit rule of ignore this resource or ignore resources with the following tags. The benefit there is that you're not constantly giving me useless advice, like, “Oh, yeah, turn off this idle thing.” It's, yeah, that's there for a reason, maybe it's my dev box, maybe it's my backup site, maybe it's the entire DR environment that I'm going to need at little notice. It solves for that problem beautifully. And though a lot of tools out there claim to do stuff like this, most of them really failed to deliver on that promise.Victor: Yeah, I just want to keep it simple. I don't want to add an additional console and so on. And you are correct. You can apply a simple tag on your asset, let's say an EC2 instances, you apply the tag in use and the value of, and then the alerting is disabled for this asset. And the detection is based on the CPU [unintelligible 00:17:01] and the network health metrics, so when the instances is not used in the last seven days, with a low CPU every [unintelligible 00:17:10] and low network out, it comes as a suspect. [laugh].[midroll 00:17:17]Corey: One thing that I like about what you've done, but also have some reservations about it is that you have not done with so many of these tools do which is, “Oh, just give us all the access in your account. It'll be fine. You can trust us. Don't you want to save money?” And yeah, but I also still want to have a company left when all sudden done.You are very specific on what it is that you're allowed to access, and it's great. I would argue, on some level, it's almost too restrictive. For example, you have the ability to look at EC2, Glue, IAM—just to look at account aliases, great—RDS, Redshift, and SageMaker. And all of these are simply list and describe. There's no gets in there other than in Cost Explorer, which makes sense. You're not able to go rummaging through my data and see what's there. But that also bounds you, on some level, to being able to look only at particular types of resources. Is that accurate or are you using a lot of the CloudWatch stuff and Cost Explorer stuff to see other areas?Victor: In fact, it's the least privilege and read-only permission because I don't want too much question for the security team. So, it's full read-only permission. And I've only added the detection that I'm currently supports. Then if in some weeks, in some months, I'm adding a new detection, let's say for Snapshot, for example, I will need to update, so I will ask my customer to update their template. There is a mechanisms inside the project to tell them that the template is obsolete, but it's not a breaking change.So, the detection will continue, but without the new detection, the new snapshot detection, let's say. So yeah, it's least privilege, and all I need is the get-metric-statistics from CloudWatch to detect unused assets. And also checking [unintelligible 00:19:16] Elastic IP or [unintelligible 00:19:19] EBS volume. So, there is no CloudWatching in this detection.Corey: Also, to be clear, I am not suggesting that what you have done is at all a mistake, even if you bound it to those resources right now. But just because everyone loves to talk about these exciting, amazing, high-level services that AWS has put up there, for example, oh, what about DocumentDB or all these other—you know, Amazon Basics MongoDB; same thing—or all of these other things that they wind up offering, but you take a look at where customers are spending money and where they're surprised to be spending money, it's EC2, it's a bit of RDS, occasionally it's S3, but that's a lot harder to detect automatically whether that data is unused. It's, “You haven't been using this data very much.” It's, “Well, you see how the bucket is labeled ‘Archive Backups' or ‘Regulatory Logs?'” imagine that. What a ridiculous concept.Yeah. Whereas an idle EC2 instance sort of can wind up being useful on this. I am curious whether you encounter in the wild in your customer base, folks who are having idle-looking EC2 instances, but are in fact, for example, using a whole bunch of RAM, which you can't tell from the outside without custom CloudWatch agents.Victor: Yeah, I'm not detecting this behavior for larger usage of RAM, for example, or for maybe there is some custom application that is low in CPU and don't talk to any other services using the network, but with this detection, with the current state of the detection, I'm covering large majority of waste because what I see from my customer is that there is some teams, some data scientists or data teams who are experimenting a lot with SageMaker with Glue, with Endpoint and so on. And this is very expensive at the end of the day because they don't turn off the light at the end of the day, on Friday evening. So, what I'm trying to solve here is to notify the team—so on Slack—when they forgot to turn off the most common waste on AWS, so EC2, LTS, Redshift.Corey: I just now wound up installing it while we've been talking on my dedicated shitposting account, and sure enough, it already spat out a single instance it found, which yeah was running an EC2 instance on the East Coast when I was just there, so that I had a DNS server that was a little bit more local. Okay, great. And it's a T4g.micro, so it's not exactly a whole lot of money, but it does exactly what it says on the tin. It didn't wind up nailing the other instances I have in that account that I'm using for a variety of different things, which is good.And it further didn't wind up falling into the trap that so many things do, which is the, “Oh, it's costing you zero and your spend this month is zero because this account is where I dump all of my AWS credit codes.” So, many things say, “Oh, well, it's not costing you anything, so what's the problem?” And then that's how you accidentally lose $100,000 in activate credits because someone left something running way too long. It does a lot of the right things that I would hope and expect it to do, and the fact that you don't do that is kind of amazing.Victor: Yeah. It was a need from my customer and an opportunity. It's a small bet for me because I'm trying to do some small bets, you know, the small bets approach, so the idea is to try a new thing. It's also an excuse for me to learn something new because building a SaaS is a challenging.Corey: One thing that I am curious about, in this account, I'm also running the controller for my home WiFi environment. And that's not huge. It's T3.small, but it is still something out there that it sits there because I need it to exist. But it's relatively bored.If I go back and look over the last week of CloudWatch metrics, for example, it doesn't look like it's usually busy. I'm sure there's some network traffic in and out as it updates itself and whatnot, but the CPU peeks out at a little under 2% used. It didn't warn on this and it got it right. I'm just curious as to how you did that. What is it looking for to determine whether this instance is unused or not?Victor: It's the magic [laugh]. There is some intelligence artif—no, I'm just kidding. It just statistics. And I'm getting two metrics, the superior average from the last seven days and the network out. And I'm getting the average on those metrics and I'm doing some assumption that this EC2, this specific EC2 is not used because of these metrics, this server average.Corey: Yeah, it is wild to me just that this is working as well as it is. It's just… like, it does exactly what I would expect it to do. It's clear that—and this is going to sound weird, but I'm going to say it anyway—that this was built from someone who was looking to answer the question themselves and not from the perspective of, “Well, we need to build a product and we have access to all of this data from the API. How can we slice and dice it and add some value as we go?” I really liked the approach that you've taken on this. I don't say that often or lightly, particularly when it comes to cloud costing stuff, but this is something I'll be using in some of my own nonsense.Victor: Thanks. I appreciate it.Corey: So, I really want to thank you for taking as much time as you have to talk about who you are and what you're up to. If people want to learn more, where can they find you?Victor: Mainly on Twitter, my handle is @zoph [laugh]. And, you know, on LinkedIn or on my company website, as zoph.io.Corey: And we will, of course, put links to that in the [show notes 00:25:23]. Thank you so much for your time today. I really appreciate it.Victor: Thank you, Corey, for having me. It was a pleasure to chat with you.Corey: Victor Grenu, independent AWS architect. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, along with an insulting comment that is going to cost you an absolute arm and a leg because invariably, you're going to forget to turn it off when you're done.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Dr. Westin Childs Podcast: Thyroid | Weight loss | Hormones
How Hypothyroidism Causes Chronic PAIN (& How to Stop it)

Dr. Westin Childs Podcast: Thyroid | Weight loss | Hormones

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 12:03


Did you know that hypothyroidism can cause chronic pain? It's one of the top 10 most common side effects from low thyroid function and not many people are aware of it. Chronic pain can come in the form of joint pain, muscle pain, or just aches and pains throughout your entire body and it is directly tied to thyroid function. Why does it occur in thyroid patients? Through something called tissue level hypothyroidism. This is the idea that even though some of your tissues may be getting enough thyroid hormone it may not be true for all of your tissues. It goes something like this: Imagine you are taking thyroid medication and that medication is getting to most of your body but not to your muscle tissues. If it doesn't get to your muscle tissues then it won't allow those muscles to produce enough energy which means you may experience trigger points. If these trigger points are not fixed then they may be the source of potentiation for pain which can be felt on exam. This is why there is a strong connection between thyroid function and fibromyalgia. How can you fix this issue? By focusing on these 3 things: #1. Get on T3 thyroid medication (this can either be in the form of cytomel, liothyronine, or NDT). #2. Exercise to tolerance (this means exercising to the point that you push your body and muscles to their maximum capacity). #3. Use muscle therapy to help eliminate the trigger points and normalize skeletal muscle tissue. You can do this with manual massage, vibration therapy, trigger point injection therapy, or myofascial release. Are you experiencing chronic pain? Do you think it's from your thyroid? Let me know below! Download my free thyroid resources here (including hypothyroid symptoms checklist, the complete list of thyroid lab tests + optimal ranges, foods you should avoid if you have thyroid disease, and more): https://www.restartmed.com/start-here/ Recommended thyroid supplements to enhance thyroid function: - Supplements that everyone with hypothyroidism needs: https://bit.ly/3tekPej - Supplement bundle to help reverse Hashimoto's: https://bit.ly/3gSY9eJ - Supplements for those without a thyroid and for those after RAI: https://bit.ly/3tb36nZ - Supplements for active hyperthyroidism: https://bit.ly/3t70yHo See ALL of my specialized supplements including protein powders, thyroid supplements, and weight loss products here: https://www.restartmed.com/shop/ Want more from my blog? I have more than 400+ well-researched blog posts on thyroid management, hormone balancing, weight loss, and more. See all blog posts here: https://www.restartmed.com/blog/ Prefer to listen via podcast? Download all of my podcast episodes here: https://apple.co/3kNYTCS Disclaimer: Dr. Westin Childs received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic medicine in 2013. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Childs is no longer practicing medicine and does not hold an active medical license so he can focus on helping people through videos, blog posts, research, and supplement formulation. To read more about why he is no longer licensed please see this page: https://www.restartmed.com/what-happened-to-my-medical-license/ This video is for general informational, educational, and entertainment purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Childs and you. You should not make any changes to your medications or health regimens without first consulting a physician. If you have any questions please consult with your current primary care provider. Restart Medical LLC and Dr. Westin Childs are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis, or any other information, services, or product you obtain through this website or video. #thyroid #hy

Taco the Town
Episode 178: RETURN TO ARROWHEAD STADIUM! ON LOCATION! (w/ Alena Lee, Greg Bennett & John Stoner)

Taco the Town

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 112:20


  Episode 178: Return to Arrowhead Stadium! On Location! (w/ Alena Lee, Greg Bennett & John Stoner)    This week T3 returns to ARROWHEAD STADIUM, the Home of the CHIIEFS, to taste test all the tasty tacos, nachos, quesadillas and Doritos encrusted empenadas available to all the hungry football fans with special guest Taco Reviewers KCTV 5's ALENA LEE & GREG BENNETT and Chiefs Superfan/Dive Bar Aficionado/Master Tailgater/Reformed Catsuit Wearer JOHN STONER! Alena & Greg, former Las Vegas residents, diss on the Las Vegas Raiders and swear their allegiance to the Chiefs! John gives us examples of his extreme Chiefs fandom! Greg tells us about going on Double Dates with The Weather Channel's Jim Cantori and we break down the age old question: How far could Patrick Mahomes throw a taco?! Alena reveals her love for Beiber, we reveal our Must Have Football snacks and we answer the question: who on the current Chiefs team would we like to eat tacos with? In the TACO TICKER we reveal the winner of the Taco Bell Next Retired Item to return to the Menu Contest and we remember the story of the Drunk Florida Man who used a Taco as an ID when he fell asleep in a Taco Bell drive thru! ALL THIS AND: We participate in the TORTILLA CHALLENGE (Slapping each other in the face with Tortillas!!!) Greg tells us about Florida Gator Tacos!! Nacho Etiquette!! We wonder if the Empenadas are purposely shaped like Andy Reid's mustache! We also find out if the Tonganoxie Split is real! We also play TOWN OF THE TACO, read some GOOD/BAD REVIEWS IN FUNNY VOICES and read some RANDOM TACO QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK! And don't miss another 5 Year Flashback as we celebrate 5 Years of Taco The Town all Taco-tober long!! TACO THE TOWN BACK AT ARROWHEAD!! FOOTBALL, FRIJOLES AND FRIVOLITY! EDITOR: Matt Allen. MUSIC: Suneaters courtesy of Lotuspool Records. Sponsor: KCK Taco Trail.   

A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica
Margo Price's Thingies and Fanny Packs

A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 33:11 Very Popular


Introducing our first rockstar guest, Margo Price! She shares her Thingies and talks about writing her memoir, Maybe We'll Make It, which is a story of perseverance, tell you what.    The fanny-pack discourse: We have an update on the Bandolier, a discussion of pockets ft. Véronique Hyland's book Dress Code, and a pitch for goofier kids' clothes inspired by this crewneck with a built-in fanny pack from All Small Co.    What inspired Margo's Maybe We'll Make It? Patti Smith's incredible Just Kids.    Margo's Thingies include T3 hair dryers and curling irons, Greater Goods CBD/CBN Evening Tincture, Thieves Oil, Acid for the Children by Flea, and two Nashville faves: A Shop of Things and The Continental.    If you're new to Margo's music and want a place to start, hit play on "Pay Gap"...and get ready for a new album in January.   Do you have a dream Thingies guest? Thoughts about fanny packs you need to share? We're ready for them at 833-632-5463, podcast@athingortwohq.com, or @athingortwohq. And for more recommendations, try out a Secret Menu membership. Destigmatize hair thinning by sharing your story at shedthesilence.com.  YAY. Produced by Dear Media

Le Super Daily
Youpi c'est lundi : Markito et Elon Musk sont toujours dans le game !

Le Super Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 17:27


 Épisode 855 : Aujourd'hui on vous parle de BeReal, de Elon Musk et son projet X et Mark Zuckerberg et son Métaverse ! Meta Horizon Worlds bientôt accessible depuis un mobile ou un desktop L'objectif est de permettre à tous les utilisateurs de se connecter sur Horizon Worlds, via un smartphone ou un ordinateur, et non plus uniquement avec un casque de réalité virtuelle (VR). Le casque en VR c'est aujourd'hui le principal frein au développement du Meta verse Horizon Worlds de Zuck. L'idée ici c'est de proposer quelque chose un peu comme Roblox. Une expérience moins immersive, mais plus accessible. Meta et Microsoft signe un partenariat historique Avec ce partenariat, Microsoft va pouvoir intégrer ses applications Teams, Microsoft 365, Windows 365 aux casques de réalité virtuelle de Meta (Quest) Concrètement qu'est-ce que vous pourrez faire dans votre casque : Vous pourrez collaborer dans des réunions immersives avec Microsoft TeamsVous pourrez interagir en réalité virtuelle avec vos fichiers Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook.Vous pourrez aussi diffuser un PC Windows Cloud dans vos casques de VR. Ce partenariat va permettre de renforcer le pont entre le monde digital et la réalité virtuelle. Pour Marck Zuckerberg c'est une belle opportunité pour développer son metaverse et capter plus facilement une audience professionnelle. Dans son communiqué Microsoft explique que c'est sans doute le travail qui sera l'avenir du Meta verse. Le job plus que le fun ! Selon l'étude Work Trend Index  2022, 50 % de la génération Z et de la génération Y envisagent de faire une partie de leur travail dans le metaverse au cours des deux prochaines années.  https://blogs.microsoft.com/blog/2022/10/11/microsoft-and-meta-partner-to-deliver-immersive-experiences-for-the-future-of-work-and-play/ — Ce partenariat c'est don plutôt un truc sérieux mais il y a aussi une énorme opportunité du côté du Gaming. Meta devait intégrer Xbox Cloud Gaming à Meta Quest Store. Ce qui permettra auxGamers de diffuser des centaines de jeux Xbox dans leur casque de réalité virtuelle.  Be Real 50 millions de téléchargements. Be Real n'arrête pas sa folle ascension en 2022. On vous avait déjà parlé de cette plate-forme. Après des premiers tests, il y a un an et demi, et on vous a refait un épisode complet à la rentrée. Mais les chiffres de T3 viennent de tomber et c'est exceptionnel. C'est simple sur le premier trimestre, l'application était téléchargée entre 750 000 fois en janvier et 1,4 millions de fois en mars, déjà une belle progression :  x2. Mais avril a été un premier sursaut, avec 3,5 millions de téléchargements, qui ont continué en mai et en juin. Et ça ne s'arrête pas là puisqu'à partir du mois de juillet, ça double pour 7,7 millions téléchargements pour atteindre plus de 12 millions téléchargements en août et quasiment 15 en septembre. Ce qui nous fait déjà 53 millions de téléchargements dans le monde en 2022 L'application explique que c'est son développement aux États-Unis ainsi qu'au Royaume-Uni, qui la font entrer dans une nouvelle dimension. Cependant l'application qui est par son fonctionnement censée nous faire râler dessus tous les jours ne fonctionne pas si bien. Si les utilisateurs mensuels sont aussi en hausse, il n'y a seulement que 9 % de ses utilisateurs dans le monde qui y vont chaque jour. On peut donc se demander si Be Real est une application qui surfe sur une mode, on la télécharge pour tester, et puis on abandonne. Ou alors si elle va réussir à convertir ses téléchargements en utilisateurs quotidiens. [Source](https://www.blogdumoderateur.com/bereal-50-millions-telechargements-9-pourcent-utilisateurs-quotidiens/) Instagram travaille sur une fonctionnalité de badges pour inciter les créateurs de Reels C'est encore une découverte du reverse engineer Alessandro Paluzzi. Il a creusé dans le code d'Instagram et découvert une fonctionnalité en cours de test et qui pourrait sortir d'ici quelques jours. Instagram travail à un système de reward. Des badges pour les créateurs de contenus qui produisent des reels. Dans les screen captures on aperçoit 2 badges différents : Trendsetter si votre réel devient viral et lance une tendance.Creative Streak si votre réel démontre une originalité particulière. Ces badges ne seraient pas public mais uniquement pour le détenteur du compte. Comme une sorte de moyen d'encourager les créateurs de contenu pour mieux et plus produire. Objectif encourager encore davantage les créateurs à produire et diffuser des reels sur la plateforme. Il se peut aussi que cette nouveauté s'intègre au programme de monétisation proposé par Meta aux créateurs de contenu. Ins e rapproche de plus en plus de ce que fait Twitch avec son programme créateur de contenu et les différentes étapes jalons dans sa route vers le succès. Un outil pour créer des Carrousel. LinkedIn facile. Ça s'appelle LinkedIn Carrousel générator. L'idée est extrêmement simple mais tellement malines. L'idée c'est de transformer des contenus qui ont bien marché sur d'autres plates-formes en un Carrousel pour LinkedIn. En gros c'est très simple, vous importez un contenu que vous souhaitez utiliser pour cette publication. Ça peut être un tweet qui a super bien marché sur Twitter, ça peut être une publication Reddit mon corps, juste une image. Il suffit seulement de coller l'URL dans l'espace qui est prévu pour ça. Vous pouvez même en ajouter plusieurs. Une fois que vous avez ajouté tous les éléments. Vous allez juste cliquer sur Generate Caroussel pour que le processus de conception se lance et ensuite vous pourrez télécharger en PDF. Je trouve ça hyper malin d'avoir créé un modèle pour recycler du contenu grâce à L'IA. [Lien vers le site](https://taplio.com/carousel) J'ai essayé et c'est très basique pour le moment, mais je pense que en se développant ça peut être le genre d'outil qui pourrait cartonner. Tu prends plusieurs informations aux différents posts d'autres réseaux sociaux, tu les ajoutes dans une IA qui t'en sors un joli Carrousel. Je trouverais ça ultra efficace. [Source](https://siecledigital.fr/2022/10/13/outil-concevoir-carrousels-linkedin-sans-effort/) TikTok annonce un nouveau partenariat avec Linktree Soyons clair, ça fait déjà un moment que les utilisateurs de TikTok utilisent Linktree pour gérer leurs liens sortants. Linktree c'est une petite app qui te permet de créer une mini landing page avec plusieurs liens que le créateur souhaite mettre en avant. Ici ce nouveau partenariat va permettre de pousser davantage le design de votre page Linkedin. Vous aurez notamment la possibilité d'afficher jusqu'à six vidéos TikTok dans votre page Linktree. Le truc sympa c'est que les vidéos pourront être automatiquement mise à jour pour ne montrer que les vidéos les plus populaires ou le plus récentes. https://linktr.ee/blog/how-to-add-a-linktree-to-your-tiktok-bio/ Elon Musk, Twitter, Project X, Après avoir dit que finalement il voulait racheter Twitter Elon Musk, nous explique qu'il aimerait intégrer cette nouvelle plate-forme à un de ses projets. Il a utilisé  Twitter pour le dire. En gros, Elon Musk a un projet X. C'est la création d'une application pour tout. Et pour lui, Twitter va accélérer la création de ce projet de 3 à 5 ans, mais sans expliquer, ni pourquoi ni comment. On peut imaginer qu'ils essayent de développer une application qui ressemblerait à WeChat en Chine, mais pour l'Europe et les États-Unis. Une application de messagerie, de réseau social, avec un service de paiement et qui inclut plein de fonctionnalités. Comme appeler un taxi par exemple. Une sorte de super application. Elon Musk a déjà dit qu'avec WeChat en Chine, ça répond à plein de choses de votre vie quotidienne, et qui serait possible de rendre une application aussi utile dans le reste du monde aussi. En attendant le patron de Tesla a déjà le nom de domaine "X.com" Il est également à noter que l'entité qui va racheter Twitter s'appelle XR holding. [Source](https://www.presse-citron.net/elon-musk-va-integrer-twitter-au-projet-x-de-quoi-sagit-il/) . . . Le Super Daily est le podcast quotidien sur les réseaux sociaux. Il est fabriqué avec une pluie d'amour par les équipes de Supernatifs. Nous sommes une agence social media basée à Lyon : [[https://supernatifs.com/](supernatifs.com/)](https://supernatifs.com/%5C%5D(supernatifs.com/)). Ensemble, nous aidons les entreprises à créer des relations durables et rentables avec leurs audiences. Ensemble, nous inventons, produisons et diffusons des contenus qui engagent vos collaborateurs, vos prospects et vos consommateurs.

Teachers Talking TV Podcast
"I am nourished by your hatred!"

Teachers Talking TV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 24:54


Life has hit  T3 hard the past couple of weeks, so we apologize for the delay in episodes. We hope the dated DiCaprio jokes hold up though. Today we chat about Parks and Rec Season 7, Episode 6, “Save JJ's.” We hope you laugh at least once. Special thanks to Alec Koukol for the intro music. 

ChrisCast
LMNT and Redmond's got what Carnivore Diets crave. It's got electrolytes! (Audio Fixed)

ChrisCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 20:13


Joe Bowers : For the last time, I'm pretty sure what's killing the crops is this Brawndo stuff. Secretary of State : But Brawndo's got what plants crave. It's got electrolytes. What does Lmnt drink do? A tasty electrolyte drink mix that is formulated to help anyone with their electrolyte needs and is perfectly suited to folks following a keto, low-carb, or paleo diet. Products are automatically delivered on your schedule. Re-Lyte Boost Lemon Lime 254 grams Redmond Re-Lyte Boost is a clean energy drink that leaves you feeling focused and invigorated without giving you the jitters or causing you to crash. It gives you an amazing lift through an optimal blend of electrolytes, B-vitamins, green tea extract, beetroot extract, ginseng, Rhodiola rosea, and ashwagandha. The idea behind adding salt and other trace minerals to your diet comes from the biological breakdown of essential vitamin and mineral minimum requirements that you need. Sodium is “one of the body's electrolytes, which are minerals that the body needs in relatively large amounts. Electrolytes carry an electric charge when dissolved in body fluids such as blood. Most of the body's sodium is located in blood and in the fluid around cells. Sodium helps the body keep fluids in a normal balance…[and] plays a key role in normal nerve and muscle function.” Your body, and more specifically your kidneys, are particularly evolved to maintain a proper level of salt (homeostasis), and can filter out any excess sodium intake as needed. Salt can also be particularly advantageous for those transitioning onto a carnivore diet to help reduce common negative side effects, with the most prominent one being known as “Keto Flu” or “Carnivore Flu.” This happens when your body transitions from carbohydrates as the main source of fuel and has to learn to transition to fat as the main source of fuel and energy. During this time, your body experiences three primary changes; water and sodium flushing, increased cortisol levels, and a potential decrease in T3 thyroid hormones. Common symptoms during this “flu” include headaches, cramping, brain fog, fatigue, and insomnia for up to 30 days during the energy source transition. Supplementing with high quality electrolytes and salt (options linked further below) can help during this transition time onto a carnivore or carnivore-adjacent diet. The positive effects of over consuming salt may include: Meeting the minimum daily sodium and electrolyte biological needs Easing the transition onto a carnivore diet Adding salt to taste to enhance the palatability of meat --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chrisabraham/message

The Thyroid Fix
Does Low TSH Cause Heart Issues and Bone Loss

The Thyroid Fix

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 24:07 Very Popular


What is all the BIG Hype about a suppressed TSH? Once again it is absolutely vital for me to continually address how TSH works. I know this is kind of going back to the basics for many of you, but it is worth listening again because if you are any type of T3 medication, TSH suppression will occur and it is NOT a concern. I will share a quote from Dr. Gary Forsman, a medical expert who has been a part of Elle Russ's thyroid course that sums up TSH suppression so perfectly on why you do not need to be worried about a low TSH. So if you or your doctor are concerned that your TSH suppression will cause heart issues or bone loss, you gotta listen to this one! Episode mentioned: All Things Thyroid Plus a Kick Ass Thyroid Training with Elle Russ: https://megaphone.link/DRAMI8160421109 Shop ALL of Dr. Amie's Fixxr Supplements: Fixxrsupps.com Subscribe to my Text Club: Text DRAMIE to 8332631365 LET'S GET YOUR LIFE BACK...Connect with Dr. Amie Hornaman Book a free discovery call: https://dramiehornaman.com/pages/book-a-call FREE DOWNLOADS… Are My Labs Optimal? What Do I Do? Don't know where to start...don't know which labs are useful? And what to do when you get your results? Heal Your Hashi with Keto a 7 Day Challenge: 7 daily tasks to implement if you are looking for that nutritional change, and a challenge that can help get you on the road to healthier, dietary choices!  CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Join my exclusive Facebook Group, Dr. Amie…The Thyroid Fixer®...Love Your Mirror, for a Community of HOPE and Support in your thyroid journey. https://www.facebook.com/groups/dramie/ Like me on Facebook: Amie Hornaman Nutrition and Functional Medicine Subscribe on Youtube: Dr. Amie Hornaman Follow me on Instagram: @dramiehornaman

Her Brilliant Health Radio
Could Leptin Resistance Be Your Key To Unlocking Midlife Weight Loss?

Her Brilliant Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 36:45


Do you find yourself struggling to lose weight, despite diet and exercise?   It might be time to look into leptin resistance.   On this episode of The Hormone Prescription, Dr. Bindiya Gandhi joins us to discuss this little-known hormone and how it could be the key to unlocking midlife weight loss. Dr. Gandhi shares her expert insights on leptin resistance, how it develops, and what you can do to overcome it. If you're looking for answers to your weight loss struggles, this is the episode for you!   Dr. Bindiya Gandhi is double board certified physician in Family Medicine and Integrative and Holistic Medicine. She is Atlanta's Weight Loss doctor and by helping you uncover and tame leptin resistance can turn even the most unsuccessful dieter into a success.   She is a media expert and has been featured in The Daily Mail, MindbodyGreen, PopSugar, Clean Plated, Well + Good and more.   She completed her family medicine training from Georgia Regents University/Medical College of Georgia June 2014. She completed her undergraduate training at the University of Georgia with Bachelors of Science in Biology and Psychology in 2004 and her Doctor of Medicine at American University of Antigua College of Medicine in 2010. She completed an Integrative medicine fellowship at the University of Arizona with Dr. Andrew Weil in 2016. She also completed Functional Medicine Training with the Institute of Functional Medicine in 2017.   Her interests include integrative, holistic and functional medicine, women's health, preventative medicine, international medicine and health care reform. Shes also a certified yoga instructor and reiki master. She used to practice emergency medicine as well. Dr. Bindiya is a media expert and contributor to numerous sites including The Daily Mail, MindbodyGreen, PopSugar, Clean Plated, Well + Good and more! When she's not working or writing you can find her in the kitchen cooking, doing yoga or enjoying time with her family & 3 girls   In this episode, you'll learn:   -What leptin resistance is and how it affects weight loss -How to tell if you're leptin resistant -Tips for overcoming leptin resistance -And more!   So tune in and learn how you can finally start losing weight, even if you've been struggling for years.   (00:00): Dr. Bindiya says, If you never try, you will never know and don't underestimate your worth. What does this mean when it comes to your health at midlife? Stay tuned and find out.   (00:14):So the big question is, how do women over 40 like us keep weight off, have great energy, balance our hormones in our moods, feel sexy and confident, and master midlife? If you're like most of us, you are not getting the answers you need and remain confused and pretty hopeless to ever feel like yourself Again. As an ob gyn, I had to discover for myself the truth about what creates our rock solid metabolism, lasting weight loss, and supercharged energy after 40, in order to lose a hundred pounds and fix my fatigue. Now I'm on a mission. This podcast is designed to share the natural tools you need for impactful results and to give you clarity on the answers to your midlife metabolism challenges. Join me for tangible, natural strategies to crush the hormone imbalances you are facing and help you get unstuck from the sidelines of life. My name is Dr. Kyrin Dunston. Welcome to The Hormone Prescription Podcast.   (01:07): Hi everybody. Welcome back to another episode of the Hormone Prescription with Dr. Kyrin. Thank you so much for joining me today, we're gonna have fun talking about an aspect of weight loss resistance that you might not have heard of and that has to do with leptin. Don't worry if you don't know what it is. We're gonna dive into it, me and Dr. Binda and let you know so you'll have a full understanding and you'll get some ideas and knowledge and support and inspiration. And after all, that's what we're here for. So she will give you a big dose of that. I'll tell you a little bit about her and we will get started. You're gonna love her because she's not only knowledgeable, she is board certified in family medicine as well as integrative and holistic medicine. She studied with Andrew while who is amazing if you know anything about him.   (02:01): And she completed functional medicine training with the Institute of Functional Medicine in 2017. She's also a media expert and she's been featured in the Daily Mail, Mind Body, green Pop, Sugar, Clean Plated, Well and good and many others. Mostly she's Atlanta's a weight loss doctor, but she works with people remotely all over the country and by she can help you uncover and team and resistance and she can turn even the most unsuccessful dietary into a successful one. And she's here to tell you how and how the missing ingredient is leptin. Welcome, Dr. Binda Gandhi, thank you so much for having me today. Super excited to talk to you about leptin resistance. It's something that we really haven't talked, I don't think at all about on the podcast, and it's super important for women at midlife who are trying to lose weight. So I'm excited to dive into this topic. You know, for me, everything's about hormones and this is one that I have neglected to discuss. So I know a lot of people who are regular listeners are like, Yay, Dr. Karen, finally time, you're talking about leptin resistance. So let's get into it. But I wanna start by having you share with everyone how you honed in on leptin as being the biggest block for women at midlife to lose weight.   (03:21): Oh, you know, such a great question. You know, first of all, leptin is a hormone that is fairly a newer hormone, right? Not many people talk about it. You know, you can go to your endocrinologist and they're not even gonna wanna test this hormone. So just a little background about leptin, you know, it's a hormone that is actually produced by your fat cells and it's important because it communicates with your brain. It's basically our satiety hormone. And this hormone basically tells us if we're full or not. And this hormone is actually impacted by so many other hormones that you probably talk about already, like your thyroid, your estrogen, your progesterone, your insulin. So it's very important to kind of understand what's going on with this homo hormone individually, but how it's also being impacted by the other hormones. So this is why I love talking about it, and I really got into this because when I first started helping patients, a lot of people would come to me because they were struggling to get pregnant and they were having fertility issues. And I started noticing a link between leptin and fertility and then started doing some research and realized, hold up. There's more to the leptin story than just how it impacts fertility. It's also impacting not just our weight, it's impacting so many different aspects of our bodies. And this is why I'm so glad we're talking about this today cuz it's such an important hormone and people need to know about it.   (04:46): It is, and thank you for backing up because some people are like, Le left, what? We've never heard of it. And so we really should start with what is leptin? So thank you for explaining that. It's your satiety hormone and how does it interact with other hormones. So I talk all the time, we talk on the podcast, the Hormone Prescription podcast about what I call the six main metabolic driving hormones, which include your three sex hormones, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, your thyroid, your cortisol, your insulin, your D H E A. And then there's leftin. And we probably should touch on Grillin too. Yes. Because some people we do touch on melatonin sometimes, but not as being one of the key drivers. But lein is the satiety hormone. Thank you for explaining that. And where does it come from in the body where, how does your body make it? How is it used? How does it work?   (05:41): Mm-Hmm. . Great, great question. So it's produced by our fat cells, right? Essentially. And it communicates with our brain and it basically tells us if we're full or not, right after a meal, we should be getting a message from our brain saying, You've eaten enough, you're full, you don't need to eat anymore. That's essentially what's happening with leptin, right? So it tells us when we're full, where it's sister hormone, I'm gonna bring up grillin is the hunger hormone. This is what stimulates your appetite. And it kind of lets you know if you are hungry, right? So leptin on the other hand, tells you if you're full, grin tells you if you're hungry. Now they work in opposite directions and they work together, but also differently at the same time. Right? When we're hungry, grin is high and we're not satisfied. So lectin is low and the opposite happens when we're full and we're we're satisfied.   (06:35): Grin actually ends up being low and leptin is high. So they work, you know, kind of against each other. Not in a bad way, but like with each other, but like their opposites. So it's really important because Gorlin is actually produced by the stomach of the GI tract, and leptin is produced in the hypothalamus, which is part of the brain. So that's just kind of a little bit about the two hormones and how they work. But it's essential to kind of understand background of it because then you can understand how it works with the other hormones. Kind of like the ones you mentioned, thyroid stress hormones, your cortisol hormones, insulin. So it really does impact so many other things. Leptin is actually metabolized in the liver, right? That's, we know this is where our sex hormones are, are metabolized, right? This is where insulin is metabolized. So this is where our t3, three T3 is metabolized, right? So it's really kind of important how it works with the other hormones and where   (07:34): Great point. So let's dive into that. I know there's some people who are thinking, well, let me see. She said when you're full, your, your leptin goes up. So can I just take some leptin and feel like I'm full all the time? But I gotta ask you that first, cuz I know I'm calling it out. I know my people and I know some people are thinking that right now. So if you can address that, and then let's dive into after that, what are all the things that leap an impact?   (08:01): Yeah, so let's talk, I mean, there are some tips and tricks we can do to kind of keep your body feeling full, right? Like we can definitely talk about, which I'm sure people have mentioned before, have heard before, like for example, drinking water before you eat your dinner or your lunch kind of like starts keeping you full and feeling a little bit more satiated. Eating a lot more fiber, keeps you a lot more satiated, right? So your body feels full there. So there's things that will do that. There is no medication on the market that will keep you full. There are medications on the market that decrease your appetite and there are medications on the market that can improve your leptin and we can talk about that a little bit later. However, there is no prescription FDA anything approved on the market that will directly impact your leptin to make you full earlier, if that makes sense.   (08:50): ? Yeah. Okay. All right. So now that we've got that out of the way, you mentioned about leftin being metabolized in the liver and some of the other hormones that are handled by the liver, a lot of them mm-hmm. . So how does Leftin interact with these other hormones in your body in general?   (09:07): Yeah, so we'll start off with thyroid, cuz I feel like so many women at all ages of life have a thyroid issue, right? Whether it's Hashimotos, just hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, whether it's overactive, underactive, unfortunately it is, it is a common problem. So when I look at the thyroid and when I'm, what I'm specifically looking at is I'm actually looking at t3, reverse t3, free t3, total t3, because that gives me a different picture. All right? So I'm gonna get a little technical. So guys, bear with me. Okay? When we talk about our thyroid metabolism, and I'm talking about, I'm looking at your t3 s your T3 free T3 s are impacted by many things. One is stress, okay? Chronic stress, like the pandemic or whatever chronic life changes are happening, right? So chronic stress. And the other thing that is impacting your T3 metabolism is a lot of times if we've been on restrictive diets, okay?   (10:09): So the link between leptin and our T3 metabolism happens When we've been on these restrictive diets for long term, most people, Dr. Karen, have been dieting, especially females have been dieting since their teens, whether they realize it or not. And unfortunately, our culture is all about yo-yo dieting, right? Many of us have tried, including myself, we've all been guilty of different diets to see what works for us, right? So we've been, we've tried slim fast, we've tried the special K diet, and I'm speaking for myself. I've, I'm pretty sure we've tried everything in the book. Right now it's keto, paleo, this, that, like, I don't even know the names of what's been out there, Low fat phase, whatever, right? So because about yoyo dieting, that has messed up our thyroid metabolism. And that's also one of the reasons why we have become leptin resistant, okay?   (11:01): Because of the dysregulation in our metabolism and the dysregulation of our body. So when our body thinks we are starving, when our body thinks that when we have cut calories, essentially, you know, we're trying to do that because the old adage was you have to, you have to starve yourself and you have to over exercise, and that's the only way you're going to lose weight. Well, now we know that's inaccurate, right? Because when we were doing all of those diets and those things, what we were essentially doing is messing up our communication with our brain and our bodies and our, and our fat cells. And this is why we would lose weight initially in the first week. And then we would hit a weight loss stall because the leptin communication started getting dysregulated and disrupting. And that's why we, we couldn't lose weight anymore. That's why diets work short term and then we're like starving and we're like, Oh my God, I need to eat everything in the book. Right? That's a little bit of what's happening right now, The what's happening. Okay,   (12:00): Got   (12:00): It. Because of all the long term havoc on our metabolism, and because we've been kind of, and this diet craze for many, many years, our thyroid metabolism has also changed. And this is why thyroid impacts lectin.   (12:14): Okay? Yeah. Very close relationship there. And I'm wondering, you mentioned leptin resistance. Can you tell everybody what that is? And then the next question they're gonna wanna know is, how do I know if I have that? So let's talk about what is leptin resistance?   (12:28): Yeah, love, love, love this question. So leptin resistance is basically when there's that miscommunication happening between your fat cells and your brain, this is probably the reason why your body is not getting the memo or your brain is not getting the memo that you're full. So maybe you're overeating, right? Or maybe eating a larger portions, like you just can't control your appetite kind of thing, right? The other thing that's happening is when you're eating, you don't feel full and an hour later you're wanting to eat again. You're like, Oh, I'm hungry. I need to, I need something else to eat. Or you're constantly snacking. There's definitely some telltale signs, and this is why, guys, I have you take my free, you know, 11 question quiz. It's at dr binda md.com/quiz. You just answer these questions and it'll kind of, it'll kind of help you identify, are you potentially left in resistance?   (13:19): Are you left in sensitive or left and clear, right? Because it's kind of important to understand, do you have some of these symptoms? Majority of us probably have some of these symptoms. We're craving the sugars and the carbs all the time. We have high triglycerides, we have maybe elevated blood pressure or whatever it is. And some of that stuff is all correlated and connected to leptin resistance. So go ahead, take the quiz, let me know. But that's the first thing. The other thing I would say is working closely with ideally a functional medicine provider, like I mentioned, your primary care doctor unfortunately, is not going to know what to do with this information or even be able to help you with this. A functional medicine practitioner is probably able to kind of guide you and say, Yes, I'm happy to check this number and I'm, I know how I can help you with this.   (14:01): Even an endocrinologist, like I mentioned earlier, who manages hormones, they don't, number one, check this lectin level. And number two, if they check it, they're not gonna really help you or give you the right protocol either. And I, I wish they would, but again, this just, this is a newer hormone and, and not much known is known about it. So if like when I, with my patients, I automatically do a blood test and I'm testing their leptin number. If your leptin blood level is above 11, then I can definitively say, You know what? Your definitely in resistance. If it's below three, you're lept in, you're on the other end of the spectrum. So, and if you're between the perfect number is actually between seven and 10. That's ideally where we'd like every patient to be. Now not everybody's going to reach those perfect numbers, and that's okay. It's, it's everybody's fine. But what I like to do is track this number. So a lot of patients will come to me and they've got leptin numbers in their fifties. I've got patients that have leptin numbers in their hundreds. So our job is to kind of bring that number down to as close as possible to 11. And that's how we do things.   (15:09): Okay? So blood test for leptin, and thank you for giving some idea about ranges so people can know. And then definitely check out the quiz. We'll have the link in the show notes. So if you're driving, please don't try to write that down. Just wait till you get parked and you can click the link in the show notes. All right. So I do wanna touch back on other things that leptin interacts bit and interacts with. But while we're on the topic, say somebody does have a lectin of 50 and they come to you, what is your general approach to start improving their lectin sensitivity?   (15:47): As you know, as a functional medicine practitioner, my job is to kind of understand and to get to the root cause, right? So we can start identifying what is going on. I can, I can look at it and say, Yep, leftin is off, but the next question is, what else is off? You know, I'm also looking at all the other hormones and I'm trying to see how they're interacting with wettin. I'm also analyzing what their hemoglobin a1c, their fasting insulin is to kind of see do they have some insulin resistance as well? Do they have some inflammation? Because once I can identify some of these things, then I can hone in on a specific protocol to bring this number significantly down. So it is a very, it is a very holistic 360, you know, lifestyle, diet supplement approach. I mean, it's, it's, it's very comprehensive to, to what we're doing, right?   (16:35): Sometimes we're, I, I would definitely wanna bring this up and, and sorry if I'm going all over the place, but sometimes people think that, you know, they need to be intermittent fasting and they, they think they need to be starving themselves and that actually can make their left and number worse, right? I often, I often see this when people are like, Oh, I decided to intermittent fast and then I see their leftin number go from like 20 to 26. So there's different things that, that start happening, but we definitely want to pay attention to their other hormones and then putting them on a program and protocol that's specific to them. And so sometimes that means, I'm telling you, you're actually going to eat more food. And people are like, What? What will you have to do? What? And I'm like, Yeah, you know, all this time that you've been intermittent fasting, it's actually slowed down your metabolism and has been one of the reasons why there's a miscommunication with your body because your body thinks you're starving. So it's holding onto extra weight and calories that you give it, right? So we, we start kind of like refeeding a little bit.   (17:31): Yes, I love that we have to eat more, not less to lose weight and to boost our metabolism. And I love that you mentioned intermittent fasting and leptin, because intermittent fasting is all the rage right now. And I see so many women who are intermittent fasting and initially they, they do lose weight, but then they hit a plateau, like you described, like with most diet and , intermittent fasting is a great tool to use for specific purposes at specific times for specific people. It is a tool. Hammer is not always the right tool all the time for everyone. And I think that everyone thinks that intermittent fasting is the greatest activity for everyone. So I want everyone to hear what Dr. Bindi is saying, cuz you've heard me say this. It's not just me, but she's saying that it can affect lectin resistance. So what are some reasons why, and how does intermittent fasting impact lectin? And what are some other negative impacts that intermittent fasting can have?   (18:35): Oh yeah. Okay. I'm so glad you brought this out because it really is something that I, I think we need to again, educate a little bit more about. So again, like you said, there are some people that do really, really well with intermittent fasting, different phases of your life. You know, intermittent fasting unfortunately can impact your hormones. So in a good way, in a bad way, right? And yes, there's so many great benefits of it, but for example, if you're cycling, if you're a woman who's currently cycling and you are trying to have a baby or that kind of thing, intermittent fasting can actually be one of the reasons why you are having trouble getting pregnant, right? The reason is, when it comes to intermittent fasting, there's different, first of all, there's different types of intermittent fasting, right? There's the fasting mimicking diet and there's all these different protocols, right?   (19:21): 24 hour fast, 36 hour fast. Like, and these things can be very extreme for the body. When we're intermittent fasting. Short term, you'll definitely see results. But when it starts being long term and now you're doing 16, eight fast every single day and you are not taking breaks, you're, you don't have the metabolic flexibility that's going on, what ends up happening is your body thinks you're starving, right? When your body thinks you're starving is not sure when it's gonna get fed again, it's like, whoa, what's happening? When am I gonna get food again? Oh, not until tomorrow at 2:00 PM okay, I'm going to hold onto every single calorie. I'm gonna hold onto everything. So the thing that the tool that was working for you before, the hammer that was now helping you, you know, put that nail in place is not, what ends up happening is the body starts holding onto the fat and holding onto every calorie.   (20:11): So now you become even sensitive to every time you eat and you feel like, Oh, I feel like I'm gaining weight or I feel like I'm doing the same thing, but I I weigh the same, Like I should be lose continuing to lose weight. No, cuz you're, you're, you've essentially just changed your metabolism and I've actually slowed it down. And that's what that, that's essentially what's happening here. The other thing that that really helps with that's happening with intermittent fasting is you're causing yourself to have not only a slow down metabolism, you're causing yourself to have other hormonal imbalances and your body's just getting confused, right? Your T3 and your free T3 start getting affected and your thyroid starts kind of slowing down. So, so many different things are happening at the same time and not always a good thing.   (20:56): Yeah. And it affects your cortisol stress hormone. Most people don't realize that,   (21:00): Oh yeah, I forgot about that. Yes. Oh my goodness. Yeah. And this is why I always say, you know, it is a hormetic stressor, but more importantly to Dr. Karen is when you're in a stressful situation, like if you are taking care of elderly parents or you're taking care of young kids, or you just started a new business, or you just got fired from your job, whatever it is, whatever life stresses you're going through divorce, that's not the right time to start intermittent fasting because your body's already in a stressed state. Now, add on intermittent fasting, you're asking for cortisol and adrenal disruption.   (21:33): All right? So we had to get that out of the way. And what other interactions do you think it's important for people to know about when it comes to leptin in their body? What other organ systems, hormones does it interact with?   (21:49): So we kind of touched upon it already. Mm-Hmm. , thyroid for short adrenals are the other ones, right? So it impacts your adrenal hormones. And again when you're in a very stressed state, the body thinks that, you know, exercise, let's talk about exercise. Exercise can, can be considered or etic state, but it can also be a very stressful state if you're doing high intensity exercise all the time, right? So if you're doing some of those things all the time, this is gonna impact your adrenal hormones and then impacts, which then impacts your leptin levels, right? So that's, that's another hormone that it impacts. And the other thing is that we need to pay attention to is, is just making sure that we've got really good stress management skills under our belt. You know, I tell people all this all the time. We live in a very stressful state.   (22:36): You know, we can't live in a bubble. I wish we could all somehow be Buddhist monks and just be like zend out all the time. It just doesn't happen with our lifestyles, right? Especially as females, because we take care of so many people and often we forget to take care of ourselves, right? And all that stress really impacts all our, our hormones, our adrenals, our cortisols, everything. And so understanding some of these basic things and having the right tools in place can really start not only helping those numbers and those levels get better, but in comprehension it, it'll also start decreasing your leptin resistance as well.   (23:14): Yes. This is so important. You mentioned self care in there. So I have to say I'm at a yoga retreat in Massachusetts this month and working and attending the retreat and there's so much support for your self care here and just classes and education and experiential experiences and you know, I think that I know about self-care and then I come to a place like this and they take it to a whole other level. And it really is just highlighting for me, India, how much we lack self care, even in my daily life where I think I'm doing a good job and I come to a place like this. And I notice that in some of the yoga classes that are restorative or again, slower gentle yoga classes, I'm so impatient. My brain is constantly going, Oh my gosh, they're going so slow, I'm going to lose my mind. , . And it really is highlighting for me that even though I think I'm slowing down and taking time and doing the thing, really I'm just doing it at home. So I could check it off the list and I wanna share this. Yes. Because I know there are people listening who are doing this and they think they're doing self care and like me, they're probably not really doing self care. .   (24:39): No, you're absolutely right. And a lot of it is you nailed it is, you know, we have dual checklists and we're like, Oh, the doctor told me to do self-care, so I'm going to get a massage and oh, I check that off. That doesn't count guys. , it doesn't count. It doesn't count,   (24:58): Right? And so I think foundationally every episode of the podcast, I'm just gonna be harping on everyone or just giving an invitation to really explore what is self care? What is adequate self care for you? So I want to invite everybody listening to really start leaning into that question. And you will get answers when you lean into the questions. Dr. Binda shared a few quotes that she loved with me before we started the episode, and I wanna weave some of them through this episode because they're wonderful. The first is don't underestimate your worth, which you are worthy of having the best that love and life have to offer. And that starts with your self care. And another quote is, if you never try, you will never know. And so I wanna ask everybody to close your eyes if you're not driving or operating heavy machinery, and just take a few deep breaths in and out and ask yourself about something that you've considered or are considering embarking on and you're nervous about, Should I, shouldn't I?   (26:12): Or you hear me talking about leaning into this question about self care and you're thinking, Oh Karen, I don't have time for that, But you're worth it, number one. And if you tried to lean into this question, what benefits could you reap? I mean, I've really regained a connection with myself that I, I hadn't even realized I was missing by being at this retreat. So I don't wanna proselytize too much. I just wanna give an invitation. What if you, you tried and you found out that something could be the real needle mover. What if you hear Dr. Bindi talking about lectin resistance and you're like, Oh, I think I'll reach out and take her quiz and get tested and find out if that's my problem. And I'm wondering if you could share Bindi, because you just have a newborn who's 16 weeks old, you already have two other children, you have a full time medical practice. What are key components of your self care practices that really help you stay healthy?   (27:14): You know what, I started this routine actually when I was in medical school and I, you know, I tried to be as consistent as I can with it. Obviously sometimes having kids, you can't do all the things you used to be able to do. But every morning, Dr. Karen, I start off by meditating. And so at this point I've been doing it for almost, I don't know, 15, almost close to 20 years. And it is what gets me going in the morning. It's how I start my day and it is very, very important for me. So I started off doing five minutes a day and I started off like with not really knowing what I was doing. And I would listen to YouTube videos at the time. And now I, I've progressed, I personally like guided meditations cuz it helps me keep focused sometimes, kind of like you, I I have the monkey mind and so if I try to meditate by myself, my brain will kind of get into, Oh, these are the things you need to do today.   (28:09): You know what I mean? And if I have some sort of audio in the background, it helps me stay focused. So that is one thing that I think is, that's my thing. That's what I do. That's what that, when I do that in the morning, I am grounded and I feel like I can handle it. And especially since I have two toddlers, my mornings can quickly go in any, any direction. So I need to be able to keep my cool and stay grounded. And I will tell you the days I do not meditate, like because I wake up late or because because my baby, you know, I, I don't get enough sleep and I'm like rushing or whatever. My temper is definitely shortened the days I don't meditate.   (28:48): Yes, I notice when I don't meditate, my day is more challenging, I will say. Yeah. Yep. And I invite anybody who hasn't tried it, who's just been suspect. There's so much research backing how meditation improves your health. You're including your hormones starting with your yes. So I encourage it. And I'm wondering before we wrap up, if you could share a story of a patient who might come to mind. I know of all the thousands of patients I've treated over the years, there's some that really stand out as being the poster children for certain hormonal imbalances. And I'm wondering if you have someone who really had been struggling, maybe searching for answers and she came to you and wow, it all ended up being about lectin that you could share with everyone.   (29:36): I treat both males and females in our practice and one patient really sticks out to me. She actually was 64 female, 64 years old and was actually diabetic at the time. Came to see me, it was I think last November, October, November, and just struggling. She had been to the con through the conventional route, struggling with her weight, struggling with everything. She was kind of frustrated by the system, had tried diets on herself in the past, nothing worked. Or if it worked kind of like many, many people, they wouldn't stick. She'd lose 15 pounds, then only gained 20 pounds back, right? So it was that yoyo effect. So I started working with her about November of last year and I put her on a very extensive protocol, you know, adjusting her diet and things started moving in the right direction. We started decreasing inflammation. We started seeing, now she's no longer on, she was actually on Metformin and Genuvia at the time, which her diabetic medications now she's not even on any diabetic medications at all.   (30:39): So her A1C went from a 6.8 to now 5.7. So she's still kind of in that pre-diabetic phase, but she's not requiring medication, which is much like, that's an improvement. So, you know, we definitely adjusted a lot of things with her. Her biggest thing that I wanna kinda shed light upon that really made a big difference. Dr. Karen was actually helping her with stress management. So she was 64 years old and was having issues with about being about to retire, having a little stress without with that. And then her daughter ended up having a baby. So she was kind of like feeling a little overwhelmed because she was helping her daughter with the newborn. So there's all these different stressors in her life going on at the same time. But once we were able to hone in and kind of help her with her mindset and help her kind of find the right type of lifestyle modifications and diet that was perfect for her. The weight started coming off, inflammation started decreasing. Insulin resistance obviously has improved significantly and she's feeling much better. The other thing I will add that we did do for her, which I think really helps balance her a lot too, is we did start her on some hormone replacement therapy. And again, that was something that she was kind of afraid to do before and that also kind of helped stabilize her.   (31:59): Awesome. Well it sounds like she embraced this other quote that you shared with me today can always be the first step to something great by reaching out to you and doing something different and really digging deep to find the root causes. So I'm super glad she did because everybody listening may or may not know how severe a hemoglobin A1C of 6.8 is. I mean, that's pretty drastic. And getting it down to 5.7 doesn't happen in most diabetics. They just are put on medications and told, you're gonna be on this forever and you're gonna be at risk for kidney failure, liver failure, heart attack, dementia. Exactly. Amputation, all these things. And I had a professor when I went through my fellowship who used to say that, that that was basically the mainstream prescription. You know, congratulations, you have diabetes, you get a team jersey, you'll have it forever.   (32:52): You'll be on these medications and here's what you'll have to look forward to. And that's not the case. Mm-Hmm. . So whether you're diabetic or not, today can always be the first step to something. Great. And thank you Dr. Bindi, for sharing this wonderful information. Focusing on left in, we're gonna have the, the link to the quiz, which you've told everyone about in the show notes, while also have a link to your free download fives to improve your weight loss resistance. Yes. And any last word you wanna share with everybody about lectin and weight loss and metabolism.   (33:27): You know, one thing I will say is, guys, an anybody listening today, one thing that I really wanna encourage is many of you have probably listening and you're like, You know what, I'm gonna try doing this on my own. I think I have this, I'm gonna do this on my own. And I promise work closely with a good integrative and functional medicine provider, doctor, because I promise when you work with someone who is able to learn about you and can personalize it, you're gonna get the best result. And so stop trying to do things on your own. .   (33:57): I mean, you know, I love that you said that. It's so true cuz people will hear this and be like, searching on the internet, Where can I get a leptin blood test checked? And I mean, people, I see people do this all the time and then they get the information and then now what? Now what? I never get the results that they could have. Yeah. And you know, I, I have this one coach and he always tells me he's a business coach. He says, Kirin, do you know the difference between wealthy people and not wealthy people? And I say, No, what? And he says, Wealthy people understand that time is their most valuable asset, not money. And so they are willing to invest to gain more time and get the fast route. Yeah. And get the best help. And not wealthy people think they can do everything themselves, but yes, who has that time kind of time, right?   (34:45): Yeah. So important guys, if you're listening today and you're suspecting that you have a leptin issue, by all means reach out to me, you know, have a virtual practice. I'm happy to help out. But even if it's not me, you know, just work with someone because essentially you cannot do these things on your own. A lot of you guys have tried for so long and there's a reason why you've unfortunately failed. So just trust and find the right practitioner, and I promise you will get the best results of your life.   (35:12): Those are very wise words. Thank you so much for joining me today, Dr. Bindiya.   (35:18): Thank you so much, Dr. Karen. This was a pleasure and   (35:21): Thank you all for joining me for another episode of The Hormone Prescription with Dr. Kyrin. Hopefully you have learned something today that you can put into action to improve your health. I want this to be informative, hopefully a little bit entertaining. But if you don't take action, nothing changes. And today really can always be the first step to something great like Dr. Bindi said. So what steps will you take? Please reach out to me on social media, on Facebook and Instagram and let me know and let me know about the results that you are getting. Thanks so much for joining me. I will see you next week for our next episode of the Hormone Prescription. Until then, peace, love, and hormones y'all.   (36:05): Thank you so much for listening. I know that incredible vitality occurs for women over 40 when we learn to speak hormone and balance these vital regulators to create the health and the life that we deserve. If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd love it if you give me a review and subscribe. It really does help this podcast out so much. You can visit the hormone prescription.com where we have some free gifts for you, and you can sign up to have a hormone evaluation with me on the podcast to gain clarity into your personal situation. Until next time, remember, take small steps each day to balance your hormones and watch the wonderful changes in your health that begin to unfold for you. Talk to you soon.   ► Are you a leptin-resistant? Find out in Dr. Bindiya's Quiz. CLICK HERE.   ► 5 Ways To Improve Your Weight Loss Resistance Free Download - CLICK HERE.   ► Feeling tired? Can't seem to lose weight, no matter how hard you try? It might be time to check your hormones.   Most people don't even know that their hormones could be the culprit behind their problems. But at Her Hormone Club, we specialize in hormone testing and treatment. We can help you figure out what's going on with your hormones and get you back on track.   We offer advanced hormone testing and treatment from Board Certified Practitioners, so you can feel confident that you're getting the best possible care. Plus, our convenient online consultation process makes it easy to get started.   Try Her Hormone Club for 30 days and see how it can help you feel better than before.   CLICK HERE to sign up.  

Wholistic Endo Expert
Season 1 Episode #9: Endometriosis, DUTCH testing to optimize overall health, Functional Medicine

Wholistic Endo Expert

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 46:58


Benefits of DUTCH test to manage hormone health Why bloodwork is no longer the golden standard for hormone testing The importance of functional medicine to fill the gaps in your health Why we have to stop blaming everything on Endometriosis That we need a true multidisciplinary team to support our journey How allopathic medicine silos endometriosis from our gut health, acne, parasites, dental health and gut microbiome Gi Mapping offered through Diagnostic solutions Importance of full thyroid panel ... TSH, Thyroid antibodies, T3, T4, Free T3, Free T4, TPO, TG, Reverse T3 Nutrient levels to check (B12, Iron, Vitamin D, Magnesium) Endometriosis - autoimmune connection Depression (vitamin b12 deficiency gluten intolerance) The impact of mold and mycotoxins on your health How estrogen dominance keeps you from clearing histamine from your body Histamine can increase ear nose and throat issues, runny nose, congestion, and rashes around your period Common misconceptions of how mold can affect your endometriosis journey Use Code “DrLj” for 20% on OVA MOON Hormone + Cycle Multivitamin https://bit.ly/3K5gCRf Resources from this episode: Free PCOS Guide: https://bit.ly/3KogVrG Instagram: https://bit.ly/38C8s5T Free Facebook Community: https://bit.ly/3KvL4nE Work with me: https://ljspowerhouz.systeme.io/f248b1a4 Support this podcast: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Ljspowerhouse Free Endometriosis Resources: https://bit.ly/3xUMrso Dr. Carrie Jones: https://www.instagram.com/dr.carriejones/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wholisticendoexpert/support

Mildly Pleased
The Pick: Morbius

Mildly Pleased

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 95:05


This time on The Pick it is, unfortunately, morbin’ time. In the midst of Shocktober season, we dive into the recent film portrayal of one of the spookier superhero villains and live to regret it. This is quite possibly the worst movie we’ve reviewed so far on The Pick, but that doesn’t mean we don’t […] The post The Pick: Morbius appeared first on Mildly Pleased.

How Did They Do It? Real Estate
SA538 | Develop Your Deal-Closing and Underwriting Skills with Jonathan Nichols

How Did They Do It? Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 40:59


In this episode with Jonathan Nichols, we'll level up your ability to make and underwrite deals to achieve your multifamily investing goals. Today, we'll have you learn how to develop your assertive communication, learning mindset, and your courage to invest in real estate. Dial in and apply the insights you'll get from this conversation!Key Takeaways to Listen forThe biggest challenge when investing with your spouseMechanics of doing your first dealWhat to establish before investing using other people's moneyMetrics you should look for when underwriting dealsThe difference between T3 and T12 financial statementUnderwriting mistakes and how to work on themResources Mentioned in This EpisodeRich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki | Kindle & PaperbackAmazonMichael BlanksBigger PocketsFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Jonathan NicholsJonathan Nichols is a real estate investor local to the DFW metroplex. He began his REI career after having worked for almost ten years in the aerospace engineering industry as a propulsion engineer where he analyzed and integrated turboshaft engines on helicopter platforms. He holds a B.S. degree and a M.S. degree in Aerospace Engineering from Texas A&M and Virginia Polytechnical Institute respectively. He and his wife Paula first began their investing journey in 2018 and have undertaken numerous different types of projects before forming their multifamily investing company Apogee Capital in 2020. His past real estate projects include a 75-unit A class apartment complex in College Station, TX as a GP, a 100-unit complex in the Tulsa MSA as a GP, an 8-unit apartment to STR conversation in Arlington, TX as a GP and 500+ units investing as an LP. Additionally, he has numerous residential real estate investments and a top rated short-term rental business in the Arlington Entertainment District. Known as a person with a high work ethic, Jonathan enjoys helping others to achieve their goals (financial or otherwise). Outside of work, he enjoys spending his time racing in Ironman triathlons and traveling with his wife. Connect with JonathanWebsite: Apogee Capital LinkedIn: Jonathan NicholsConnect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorsGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams.

The Derivative
Is there room for a VIX competitor, SPIKES founder Simon Ho sure thinks so.

The Derivative

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 55:03


How do you create a new futures contract? You need an exchange. And you need something that changes in price, like a commodity market – or a financial index. This week we're diving deep into crafting an index with T3 Index's founder and CEO, Simon Ho. Simon is no stranger to the vol space, and he has worked in the options industry for over 20 years in trading, product innovation, and risk management roles In this episode, Simon and Jeff touch base on the various unique index products at T3, like YLD Vol, ETH Vol, and the VIX competitor SPIKES. They talk through just how SPIKES differs from the VIX, the unusual behavior currently playing out in stock index volatility, the futures, options and ETFs based on SPIKES, and so much more. Plus, Simon gives his hottest takes. Will you be tuning in? SEND IT! Chapters: 00:00-02:05 = Intro 02:06-11:05 = A robust background to crafting a robust index 11:06-15:53 = Helping hedge funds generate alpha & Tail risk events 15:54-25:38 = It's Coke - Here's Pepsi: Improving on VIX with SPIKES 25:39-35:37 = The unusual behavior of the current state of volatility 35:38-43:41 = T3 Index, MIAX & skew indexes 43:42-55:03 = SPIKES stress test, the creation of the VOL index & Hottest take Show Notes: Follow along with Simon on Twitter @t3index and for more information on T3 Index visit t3index.com and check out MIAX at miaxoptions.com Don't forget to subscribe to The Derivative, follow us on Twitter at @rcmAlts and our host Jeff at @AttainCap2, or LinkedIn , and Facebook, and sign-up for our blog digest. Disclaimer: This podcast is provided for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as legal, business, or tax advice. All opinions expressed by podcast participants are solely their own opinions and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of RCM Alternatives, their affiliates, or companies featured. Due to industry regulations, participants on this podcast are instructed not to make specific trade recommendations, nor reference past or potential profits. And listeners are reminded that managed futures, commodity trading, and other alternative investments are complex and carry a risk of substantial losses. As such, they are not suitable for all investors. For more information, visit www.rcmalternatives.com/disclaimer

Dr. Ruscio Radio: Health, Nutrition and Functional Medicine
Listener Questions: TSH, Thyroid Antibodies, & Gluten

Dr. Ruscio Radio: Health, Nutrition and Functional Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 46:42 Very Popular


Questions are in from podcast listeners. Listen in to hear my responses to the following thyroid health questions:  How important is it to look at all the values in a complete thyroid panel and not only TSH? Is 4.5 too high for TSH? Would you be alarmed if the TSH number was the only number that was high, and no other negative symptoms were experienced? Would you recommend someone with subclinical hypothyroidism use meds? What if your TPO antibodies and the rest of your thyroid tests are normal, but your Thyroglobulin Antibodies are through the roof? If someone has SIBO and Hashimoto's but seems to tolerate gluten well, do they absolutely need to avoid gluten? How could improving my gut health improve my thyroid function? Can SIBO lower T3 and sex hormones? https://www.drruscio.com/tsh-thyroid-antibodies-gluten-common-questions My book Healthy Gut, Healthy You is available at https://drruscio.com/getgutbook  If you're in need of clinical support, please visit https://ruscioinstitute.com Looking for more? Check out https://drruscio.com/resources   

Raider Roots Podcast
Ep 56 - The End of the Norv Turner Era (2005)

Raider Roots Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 26:57


T3 recaps the year 2005, Norv Turner's last season as the Oakland Raiders head coach.

Dilettante Ball
499 - 499 - Germanus of Winchester

Dilettante Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 28:35


What's crappening in this episode: Support us on Patreon! Audio issues, lovely gifts, Space Aliens Bar and Grill, candy corn, Saint Bones, most bones, T3, Cats If you'd like to play along at home click here.

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats
Supper Club × Open Sauced With bdougie

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 53:02 Very Popular


In this supper club episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk with bdougie about his work on Open Sauced, thoughts on getting into open source development, and his live streaming set up. Hasura - Sponsor With Hasura, you can get a fully managed, production-ready GraphQL API as a service to help you build modern apps faster. You can get started for free in 30 seconds, or if you want to try out the Standard tier for zero cost, use the code “TryHasura” at this link: hasura.info. We've also got an amazing selection of GraphQL tutorials at hasura.io/learn. FireHydrant - Sponsor Incidents are hard. Managing them shouldn't be. FireHydrant makes it easy for anyone in your organization to respond to incidents efficiently and consistently. Intuitive, guided workflows provide turn-by-turn navigation for incident response, while thoughtful prompts and powerful integrations capture all of your incident data to drive useful retros and actionable analytics. Get started at Firehydrant.com/syntax Storyblok - Sponsor Storyblok is a headless component-based CMS with a real-time visual editor. It offers the flexibility for developers to craft their perfect tech stack, but it also empowers content creators to make changes independently. The result is that every team has the freedom to quickly and easily create the ideal website with limitless extensibility. Other key features include robust Storyblok SDKs and APIs, powerful internationalization options, and an eCommerce-ready platform. Show Notes 00:36 Welcome 01:52 Guest introduction OpenSauced.pizza @Bdougieyo on TikTok bdougie on Twitch Open Sauced on YouTube bdougie on YouTube Jamstack Netlify 03:36 What was the inspiration for Open Sauced? 08:23 GitHub GraphQL API 13:22 What are your thoughts on GraphQL? GraphQL 14:36 What is the T3 stack? 16:30 Sponsor: Hasura 17:53 What is the goal for Open Sauced? Open Sauced Beta for Hacktoberfest 20:08 What is your focus with live streaming? T3 Stack Vite The Primeagan on Syntax Episode 508 Octoverse Hot Open Sauced Pizza 21:39 What hardware and software do you live stream with? Rode Procaster Wave XLR GoXLR OBS 25:26 Should adults be on TikTok? 30:31 How do you build an algorithm? 32:44 Sponsor: Storyblok 34:01 Supper club questions Keychron K2 Warp Ghostwriter from Replit A first look at GitHub Copilot Stable Diffusion Fig 43:17 Sponsor: FireHydrant 44:36 Interviews with open source maintainers 45:55 How should maintainers get paid? Patreon GitHub Sponsors Neovim Vim Adventures Lunar Vim 47:47 SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× 51:34 Shameless Plugs ××× SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× bdougie: Warp Shameless Plugs bdougie on Twitter saucedopen on Twitter Tweet us your tasty treats Scott's Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes' Instagram Wes' Twitter Wes' Facebook Scott's Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets

The Thyroid Fix
The DUTCH Test - Not As Reliable As You Think

The Thyroid Fix

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 40:12


Controversial...Yes! In this eye-raising episode I am talking about the DUTCH test. I am sharing with you my DUTCH test results and I am sharing my blood test results and will be comparing the two. Do the values of the DUTCH (dried urine) and my blood (serum) labs match up? Yep, you guessed it...not even close! Also, if you know me, I like to mix things up a bit so with so many of you stating that your practitioner has NEVER mentioned to you to stop taking any T3 containing medication 18-24 hours prior to your lab draw, I thought I'd do an experiment and take my meds 3 hours prior to my labs. Grab a listen to hear my results. I think you will be surprised! Shop ALL of Dr. Amie's Fixxr Supplements: https://dramiehornaman.com/collections/supplements LET'S GET YOUR LIFE BACK...Connect with Dr. Amie Hornaman Book a free discovery call: https://dramiehornaman.com/pages/book-a-call FREE DOWNLOADS… Are My Labs Optimal? What Do I Do? Don't know where to start...don't know which labs are useful? And what to do when you get your results? Heal Your Hashi with Keto a 7 Day Challenge: 7 daily tasks to implement if you are looking for that nutritional change, and a challenge that can help get you on the road to healthier, dietary choices!  CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Join my exclusive Facebook Group, Dr. Amie…The Thyroid Fixer®...Love Your Mirror, for a Community of HOPE and Support in your thyroid journey. https://www.facebook.com/groups/dramie/ Like me on Facebook: Amie Hornaman Nutrition and Functional Medicine Subscribe on Youtube: Dr. Amie Hornaman Follow me on Instagram: @dramiehornaman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cutoffs and Coffee
Episode 54: Mike D'Andrea, Owner of T3 Performance

Cutoffs and Coffee

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 68:36


Cutoffs & Coffee Episode 54 CT & James DiBiasio, with Mike D'Andrea, Owner of T3 Performance Where to find them: IG: @therealct @jpdibiasio_ @t3performance T3 Performance is a sports performance facility, located in Avon, OH. Mike has been running this facility since 2009. He's helped grow T3 into a leader in the performance industry. Mike is always looking for new ways to expand his business, to help reach more athletes in more places. On this episode, we talk about Mike's journey from Ohio State Football player, to owner and operator of T3 Performance, and the future of the facility..which includes adding a 70,000 sq foot “Courts Building,” at the end of 2022. This episode is brought to you by Underdogg Fitness, the BEST Store and Go Foam Roller in the game! Underdoggfitness.com. @underdogg_fitness You can get your own “Cutoffs & Coffee” shirts (you have to cut the sleeves yourself) and hats, by DMing @therealct, all sizes S-XL available! We also have crewnecks available! The video version can be found on YouTube, and the audio version can be found on Apple podcasts and Spotify! Give us a review, leave a comment, subscribe. Links are in the description! #t3performance #performance #podcast #motivate #hardwork #inspire #cutoffs #coffee #teach #workout #fitness #breath #breathwork #exercise #livelifestimulated #cleveland #leadership #comradery #workethic #drive #passion #mentalreps #mentalperformance #mentaltoughness

Raider Roots Podcast
Ep 55 - The Norv Turner Era Begins (2004)

Raider Roots Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 27:57


The Norv Turner era in Oakland has arrived, and T3 recaps it's unremarkable first season.

Her Brilliant Health Radio
Why Whole Body Cleaning Is Essential And Here's How

Her Brilliant Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 41:42


Have you ever wondered about the toxins that have been building up in your body and the effects they have on your overall health?   In this episode of The Hormone Prescription Podcast, we interview Diane Kazer, a certified detox specialist, toxins expert, courage coach, and holistic beauty expert. She shares with us why whole body cleansing is essential and provides tips on how to get started.   In this episode, you'll learn: The sobering statistics regarding toxicity in our environment and in our body The ABCs of detoxing: what, when, where, how, and why Simple tips to get started with whole body cleansing Boosting your mitochondria for better health And much more!   So tune in and learn how you can start feeling your best by detoxing your body!   (00:00): What kind of health are you woman affecting Diane Kazer?   (00:06): So the big question is how do women over 40, like us keep weight off, have great energy balance. Our hormones and our moods feel sexy and confident and master midlife. If you're like most of us, you are not getting the answers you need and remain confused and pretty hopeless to ever feel like yourself. Again. As an OB GYN, I had to discover for myself the truth about what creates a rock, solid metabolism, lasting weight loss, and supercharged energy. After 40 in order to lose a hundred pounds and fix my fatigue. Now I'm on a mission. This podcast is designed to share the natural tools you need for impactful results. And to give you clarity on the answers to your midlife metabolism challenges, join me for tangible natural strategies to crush the hormone imbalances you are facing and help you get unstuck from the sidelines of life. My name is Dr. Kyrin Dunston welcome to The Hormone Prescription Podcast.   (00:59): Hi, everybody. Welcome back to another episode of The Hormone Prescription Podcast my guest today. She is so creative and so passionate and has created so many programs to help women with their health. She's gonna talk to you about the ABCs of detox. She's gonna talk to you about some sobering statistics regarding toxicity in our environment and in our body, and really highlight for you the things that are currently poisoning you in your environment, but mostly tell you what to do about it. She's got actionable tips. So you wanna make sure to listen up. I'll tell you a little bit about her and then we'll get started. Diane Kazer is a pro soccer player turned functional diagnostic nutrition practitioner. She's a certified detox specialist, toxins expert, courage coach, and holistic beauty expert. Diane had many challenging health conditions and has built recovery protocols to successfully overcome them.   (01:58): With this experience. She's helped thousands of clients around the world as their last resort from failed attempts at everything she created, the cleanse heal like night holistic health Institute and warrior detox programs. She certifies coaches and teaching, teaches clients to activate their intuition, to self-heal, empowering them with lifelong tools to reverse autoimmune disease, breast implant illness, hormonal imbalances, chronic pain, gut infections, emotional trauma, and perfectionism through functional medicine labs, custom detox and mastering mindset. She's the author of killer breast, creator of the ex plant solution, producer of the nontoxic beauty summit and the Ionics 10 part dying to be beautiful. Docu-series her mission is to inspire you to embrace your natural beauty and God-given gifts. Shedding the S H I that releases you to live your best life with love, laughter and liberation. Diane will not let you fail. Welcome Diane to the podcast. Thank   (03:05): You so much for having me, Dr. Karen, great to be with you.   (03:08): Yes. Super excited to have you here and talk about all the things related to why a cleansing of your whole body is essential to vitality over 40. What made you become so passionate about this particular topic for women over 40?   (03:27): Yeah. Thanks for the question. I think one of the things that I hear so much and part of what I believed, because it's all that I knew or heard is that you aged, you get older, it's just nothing you can do about it. You're destined to the genetics that you were provided. There's nothing you can do other than take HRT or biodentical hormones. And what that looks like from there is all downhill. It's all downhill after 40, and that you need to take hormone replacement therapy. And that's all that there is. And that you're kind of destined to your sleeping nine hours at night and a little bit of weight gain that won't go away just because you're simply aging and what I've learned as a functional diagnostic nutrition practitioner and working with a lot of women of all ages, of course, a lot of them over 40 at this point, I'm 44 almost is that the toxins are such a big drain to aging.   (04:19): They are such a big drain to the beauty blocks and beauty builders that I call like parasites also robbing us of nutrients. And these are the things that are building blocks to provide beauty, energy and immunity that we're after. And so there's not just a silver bullet. And for me, it was a lot of different toxins like breast and plants, a lot of birth control over the years, not having my period for seven, eight years. And this is a lot of women too. Who've experienced the same thing and were told that these are the only answers for you to build your beauty or to feel younger or to, uh, maintain our youth. And so after doing, doing that Botox, that one almost destroyed me. A lot of the things that I was doing were very mainstream. And then I, I came to realize that there were several women that I worked with were doing the same thing. And we started removing those blocks to their beauty, their immunity, their vitality, and they started to look better, feel better, feel better. And it, it wasn't as   (05:14): Expensive. Yeah. And you know, you said that peop women are offered HRT, but that since the women's health initiative study in 2002 women aren't even getting that benefit. So they're in a worse position than they were. That's one of the reasons why I do what I do, but I agree with you. It's not just about getting a prescription for hormones. I always say, there's the prescription you need a written prescription for, but there's also the life prescription, the dietary prescription, the supplement prescription, the cleanse prescription, all the things that you need to clear out of your body. So what do you think is most important for a woman to know about cleansing her body? I think it's really clear that cleansing is important. I think most women know that it's in the general public. You hear about it on social media. You hear about it on TV. You hear it about on the radio, but when an woman goes to start doing it, I don't think she knows what to do. So where does she even begin?   (06:15): Yeah. When it comes to cleansing    (06:17): Yes. Cleansing. Right? She's like, I wanna cleanse, but then right. How do you do that? What's important. Yeah. Yeah. What does she have to know?   (06:26): It's a great question. And I can go so many different ways with this. And, and I want to kind of take myself even back to when I first started doing this about 12 years ago, is that it's such a big field and it could be intimidating. It could be daunting. So the first thing I want to share with everybody is that we're trained to think it needs to be perfect. We're trained to think it needs to be linear. We're trained that it needs to happen very quickly. And none of these are true when it comes to cleansing your body. Because when you go to start cleansing your body, it's kind of like, imagine a home that's, that's sat for a long time and it hasn't gotten any TLC and you go in there and you start remodeling a 1970s home and you go, you start with the, the bathroom.   (07:03): And then of course the next thing you know, you're, you've spent six figures under remodeling the entire house. And you start to see when you pull the walls back, oh, there's some mold there. You start to look underneath the, the floors and you see, you know, pieces of wood or fragments that you don't want there that might be hazardous to your health asbestos in the roof. So it's kind of similar to that. And it's not meant to scare you. It's meant to aware you that cleansing is a journey. It's, it's a lifelong journey. I always like to say my favorite thing to say to people is ABC always be cleansing because it's not a destiny. It's not like, okay. It's like, when you say in the psychology field, it's like, well, I'm, I'm healed. I'm awake. I'm finally done. I'm woke. And it's like, no, our whole life isn't awakening. Just like a tree. Our whole life is blossoming. And so the same thing can be true with cleansing. We are exposed to over 75,000 toxins on a regular basis. And the average person, according to the EPA has over 700 in their body. I can see a lot of head nods over there, giving yourself chiropractic, adjust, right? Doc   (08:05): oh my gosh. Like preach Diane preach. Yeah. There's   (08:10): So many. And this is also, you know, what's been hidden, hidden in plain sight. It, it, from so many of us are not made aware of these because there are a lot of MDs. Obviously not like you talking, they're not talking about this, that are saying that your liver talks, your liver cleanses toxins on their own. You don't need to do anything additional, but the average person has over 700 of these poisons inside of them at any given time. The average baby is born with over 275 of these poisons in their body before they have even taken their first breath. And this is where I obviously get really passionate because where are these coming from? They're obviously coming from mom and this is not meant to shame or blame anybody, but the onus is on, on us when it comes to these things. When I tell women, Hey, before you go spend 15,000, 20,000 on IVF therapy, because you can't get pregnant, sit with somebody who, you know, is an expert at cleansing and work with them for three, ideally six months to really clean out your beautiful nest, go to your room and clean your womb.   (09:18): it's like   (09:19): What I like. So   (09:20): Clean your womb before you start to create something new, because this could be a lifelong sentence to a child, a brand new baby that maybe perhaps you weren't aware of with these poisons. And it's not too late. If you have had a baby, that's not what I'm saying at all. It's just to give these babies a great chance of cleansing. And so I wanted to start with those statistics because it's that important to understand that this is not just somebody who has had silver fillings or somebody who's had breast implants or somebody who's had Botox or somebody who's been exposed to asbestos cold. You know, this is not just one in a hundred people. We are constantly surrounded with these things. So the first place I like to start is by saying, what are the things that are currently poisoning you now? Like, what are the things in your environment? And you can do that and ask that question concurrent to I'm also going to be cleansing my body. Now. Here's what I'll say. Did you wanna interject anything Dr. Kirin? Cuz I just kind of went off   (10:17): Pretty big camera. No, I'm like, I'm like, I'm right with you. Preach. Tell it like it is and go right where you're going. I love it.   (10:24): Okay, great. So, so it first starts with awareness that wow cleansing is really, truly in my perspective. And hopefully you're hearing some of this too. The number one thing that is contributing to our illness today, symptoms, sickness, suffering, stuckness. And so that aside now you're here and you're going okay, what do I do? Where do I start toxins in environment. Very key. Secondly, here's what I'd like to say. That is very unconventional and UN mainstream. That needs to be is that start with ensuring that you're ready for the toxin game. Yeah, the detox game. Right? So I played professional soccer and I can say this because I know for me, if I hadn't been practicing for the championship game for the state cup, whatever it was that I was competing in and you guys who were athletes can, can get this or also kind of maybe preparing for your first date, you get ready. You wanna feel your best. You wanna feel confident, whatever it is, you wanna feel ready, strong and confident going into something that can be a game changer, lifesaver for you. Right. So what does that look like inside of the body is some something we call mitochondria and maybe have you talked about this on your show at all before? Oh   (11:36): Yeah. We love mitochondria here, but you go right ahead and talk about whatever you want with mitochondria is super important.   (11:44): Yeah. And we can, you know, get, it can get really clinical and overwhelming and super scientific. And that's not how I like to talk. I like to talk like I'm talking to maybe an eight year old because it's, we have so much information to process these days. And the reason why so many have brain Fogg and neurological dysfunction and have a hard time conceptualizing or, or retaining information and turning it into wisdom and applying it is because we are so bogged down with toxicity, neurotoxins that end up in our brain and 65% or around there of your brain is fat. And the number one place that toxins go is into fat. Like they're in the brain.   (12:22): I know most people don't realize that toxins love your brain. And one of the things that people are most afraid of is getting dementia second only to cancer. And they don't realize that the toxins. And I think it's the fact that you can't see them. And these statistics, like you said, 700 traces of 700 toxic chemicals in most adult humans on this planet. But most people, you can't feel it. It's not like that mercury that's floating around. You're like, oh I have mercury. Right? You might know that you're more sluggish. You're more tired. You're waking up in the middle of the night. You can't lose the extra few pounds that you've gained. Right? So you see it as these symptoms, but it's not linked directly to because your doctor's not telling you. And so you don't have this cognitive awareness of what these toxins are doing to you.   (13:16): And so what Diane and I are saying is you got to pull back the veil, that's covering your eyes and know that just cuz your doctor's not talking about it. You're not hearing about on the six o'clock news. You know, red alert, toxins are killing humans, causing cancer, causing dementia, accumulating in your brain. I'm so glad you're hearing us talk about it so that you know about it so that you are aware so that you can do something about it. And you know, I'm, I'm gonna end the episode by challenging you to do something about it. So, but first let's give you some more information (13:49): Yeah. I, and I love that. You just stated one of my favorite things to do is to, and I'm so happy that you're doing this as an MD. We need more of you. We need absolutely more of you Karen, to step up to this awareness and support patients with it. So it's more of a, a complete, comprehensive healing approach versus just here's a pill. And that's your only one thing. And that's what this six o'clock news will program, literally with the anchor anchoring into your mind, programming you with the program that talk to your doctor. Do you have this long list of symptoms, talk to your doctor, then you're gonna get diarrhea and death and dementia and disease weird. So it's the one thing, and this is singularity approach and it's not working. And it hasn't, unless there are people who are constantly watching and, and, and getting hypnotized by those.   (14:35): But I don't have eyes that are hypnotized. And I'm so glad that you don't and the people that you're influencing don't because you just said that very thing is getting into people's mind and going, you know what I'm thinking? You know what I fear now teach me how I can prevent this from manifesting, right? Because I say manifesting or a woman manifesting because we create a reality. We do create a disease. We are not victims of this. What we are victims of is this world that has so many chemicals and poisons that less than 2% of them have actually been tested and approved for safety. And every single year, there are several thousands more that are getting approved, that people are not aware of 2000 plus new chemicals are approved. And so this is why I say always be cleansing because it's not just about what's in your body. Now it's about what they're continuing, continuing to, to roll out and beauty products, personal care products, you know, there's a PTs and the pearls and all the things that people think are fine. And they're like, oh, dove, because it's on a beauty commercial, but yet dove is contains several toxic ingredients. However, they did a cue. He   (15:40): Looked so gentle on the commercial with the white dove and all the ladies look happy and you're being hypnotized. Y'all   (15:49): Brainwashed body washed beauty, washed all the washing, but it's really actually detoxifying. It's the opposite. It's upside down world. So whatever the TV says, do the opposite and it doesn't make your skin soft. The thing that I get frustrated by is that there is this thing called beauty wash. I called it, I call it beauty washing. I kind of coined these terms is I did not. My non-toxic beauty summit and wrote my book killer breast and my movie dying to be beautiful. And what I call it is, is beauty washing because these dove commercials, like you said, okay, skin, soft skin sat, you know, we're all smiling and happy and my teeth are super white. All of these are lies. They're all lies. And it's all, you know, they take average two hours to Photoshop. One picture in a magazine, just give us some, just thought two hours.   (16:35): We have all these filters on our phones. This is an unrealistic, we're going down a terrible path of what beauty isn't, it's, it's fake. It's a bunch of lies. And I don't know if you really wanna be a deceiver and a manipulator, but this is not how we, we can build beauty from the inside out of where I'm going with this. And then dove also did a study and found that 96% of women do not think they're beautiful and that yeah. And so we'll do all of these extreme things to buy our beauty. But what we're actually doing is we're cheating our temples and we're causing our body to be ugly on the inside. Bringing on a lot of these parasites that we'll get to today, detoxifying our temple. And then on the outside, our skin and hair only has toxins to build the fabric of our temple, right?   (17:26): So if a body cannot find a potassium, magnesium, calcium, all these minerals that comprise our beauty iron, it will use a heavy metal to build that. So then when you go on a detox, you start losing your hair and you're like, why am I losing my hair? The detox didn't work. No, it actually is. But if you're not draining well, which I'm gonna get to next. If you're not draining well, meaning you're not eliminating your toxins quickly enough, they will actually get forced through your skin and through your hair. And then you're gonna go, oh, my skin is terrible. My hair's falling out. I need to go buy some cream mm-hmm or lotions or pills. You you're gonna do extreme things like I did with like ACUTA, which is something they used and have been using for pancreatic chemo patients. How does that end up as a drug? And then it ends up as a skin, acne healer, but it's not a healer. It's a poisoner. So it's   (18:18): A poison. And, and I'm glad you brought that up because most people think, oh, I, I hear people say it all the time. I have acne. I have to go on the bird control pill and I might need Accutane. What am I, what most people don't realize is that your skin is an accessory detox organ. Like it didn't sign up for that. Your body didn't go. I'm gonna make skin so we can detox. No, you've got kidneys for that liver for that lungs, for that, it only kicks in with and starts trying to detox. They don't realize acne is your body trying to detox X eczema, psoriasis, all it's trying to push it out. Or like you said, losing your hair. So yes. Please talk about drainage.   (18:57): Yes, yes, yes, yes. Okay. So going back to my mitochondria, before you focus on drainage, we need to make sure that you're ready for this championship game known as detox. Detox is deeper than cleansing. So I can say you can always be cleansing, but you can do a bit more of a ritualistic routine detox and I'll get to that. Mm-hmm but mitochondria is the energy that your little cells make and you have trillions of them. They're all over your body. They're everywhere. And so a lot of people get into this reductionist at question of, well, how do I do this? And how do I do this? And they'll end up taking 20 plus pills a day, right? If you don't have mitochondrial health, you are not breaking down these high quality expensive, or maybe not expensive, but just any supplements. You're not breaking them down.   (19:42): And they end up just get getting backed up in your system. Especially if you don't have healthy drainage, which you won't, if you don't have healthy mitochondria production from your cells, that's what makes literally 90% of the energy that you get every day and that you need every day to do what your basic functions are. 90% comes from your mitochondria, which is ATP made in the cells. So your cells have to be healthy in order for you to be well and wealthy, cuz you can't be wealthy, whatever way you define it without being healthy. How do you have healthy cells? Well, I'll start by saying here's what not to do. Cuz I always talk about blockers and builders, blockers and builders. What are the things that are blocking sell health and what are the things that build sell health? Because everybody wants to ask a question, what do I do?   (20:32): What do I do? We have way too many of what do I do? We don't have enough of what do I undo? That's what detox truly is, is what do I undo? What do I stop doing in your life? That is depleting cells. And the one thing I will say about that and we can move on a drainage is that outside of your cell membrane is made of fat. The inside of your membrane is made of protein. So if you are not getting enough healthy fats and enough healthy proteins on a daily basis, you do not have healthy cells and fats, someone might say, oh, sunflower oil, SA flour oil. A lot of these things that you hear people read on a label that sound better than canola oil or better than vegetable oil or better than estrogen blocking soy oil, GMO, soy oil. These are all things that are very unhealthy oils.   (21:16): When people get smarter, they move onto the next green washing thing on the label. Now with sunflower oil. So you have this sunflowers yeah. Flowers and it's pretty and it's colorful. And that sounds healthy. I'm gonna tell you that that's not as healthy as things like omegas. The things that you can get from salmon and a healthy ratio of omega 360 9. That's probably beyond the show today of the topic, but just getting the idea that healthy oils, avocado oils, healthy, organic coconut oils. These are things that help build a healthy structure of the outside of the cell and then enough protein so that you can and, and ignite the inside of the cells. Why that's so important is healthy. Mitochondria. Not only give you energy, but here's how they do it. They push out the bad stuff from the cells, which a lot of them are trapped in when you don't have healthy cells. (22:03): And then the good stuff can't get in. So all these healthy supplements, the vitamins, the hormones, the minerals, they can't get in the cells. So they end up just leaving the body. That's a very reductionist, simplistic state that is important to first, start with energy, make sure that you're ready for the championship game. Make sure that your mitochondria optimized, because those are the things that also communicate to your organs. Like your liver will take and filter the things that will be either fat soluble or water soluble. If they're fat soluble, they leave through the colon. If they're water soluble, they leave through your kidneys. So you poop them or pee them out, right? To speak to like an eight year old. And the thing that's important there is that your liver can only function as well. Is your mitochondria, AKA or cell energy. Powerhouses can communicate the liver to tell them, to let go of the toxins and to convert T4, to T3 for iodine molecules to three iodine molecules in the liver.   (22:58): 70% of that are so happens in the liver. So you, if you're not a liver, you're a dire. That's one of my favorite things to say to, I love that, right? And you've got to take care and love on your liver. So this, you can see here, why MI country is so important because it dictates the power and the consistency of drainage that starts in. Of course it goes through your toxins, go through your lymphatic system, go into the blood, go in the liver and then transport out through poop and pee or sweat or breath. Those are the four main elimination pathways. It could, if you're a woman, it will also come through your ovaries through your cycle. If you're still cycling, if you're over 40, you might not be. And then you also drain it through your hair too. So what I say is, if you really wanna maintain and build your beauty, also know that the better that you're taking care of your liver and your lymphatic system and your gallbladder and all of the elimination organs that are in, in this space between your thyroid down to your ovaries, the more that your body has building blocks to make healthy skin and healthy hair.   (24:10): So that's what drainage is. And I can talk a little bit more about how to do that if you'd like Dr. Karen, it's up to you. But I kind of just said a mouth wall on that too. So I'll let you interact.    (24:18): Yeah. We only have so much time and we've you've number one. I'm gonna just reiterate for everyone was stop poisoning yourself with whatever you're poisoning yourself with. Number two is get your mitochondria online. So they're working for you. They're helping jazz up your liver. What other steps? Why don't we go through all the steps? And then if you wanna come back and give more details about each cuz I know everybody's listening going, this is more than I've heard about cleansing in a long time. Cuz I literally, I can't stand it when I go to the health food store. And I see people asking the clerk who basically has no medical training and holding up a supplement and saying, is this a good detox supplement? And so first off the concept that I need a supplement, that's the first thing I should do wrong. The second concept that there's only one supplement that I need to take that's wrong. And so I'd love for them to get an overview of the steps and then we can come back and add details.   (25:17): Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Thanks. So that's why I say ABC always be cleansing cuz it is a lifestyle. It isn't just a thing that you do once in a while. It's not just colon session once and you're done. It's not that you just sit in a sauna or that you go to a seven day retreat and you cleanse your body and you do it once a year. And then what are you having a   (25:36): Retreat? You wouldn't take a shower once a year and go, oh I did. I took a shower in 20 brushing your   (25:46): Teeth. I'm like, please don't think that just what, what would it be like if you just brush your teeth bill once a year?   (25:51): I know. So point taken, okay, go ahead.   (25:55): And 75% of disease begins in the mouth and we swallow the equivalent of one liter of water every day. And so whatever's going on in your mouth. It becomes part of your gut and whatever's in your gut then becomes all over, you know, every cell of your body because we can poison ourself without realizing it because it we've also been lied to you about that. You know, mercury, silver fillings, you know, get those suckers out. Those are what I call the arsonists. They're constantly starting fires in your body and they live in the body. So that would be breast and implant, silver fillings. So things that are living inside of you that are constantly just, just dripping out toxins, get those suckers out, do it with a biological dentist, do it with a trained, uh, surgeon who knows how to do an N block, total capsule ectomy.   (26:38): I talk about all of that book in my book, killer breast. I'll have you put all the links below so that, um, find their way there and bonuses I have for the book, everything. So the first thing to do to feed your mitochondria, um, and ensure that you have enough energy being produced, the powerhouses of your cells, the power plants is to ensure that you're not eating crap. And here's what I say. Eat fast food, eat fast food all day long every day. And what I mean by that is it stands for something. I like to make words that, that, that sound fun for you guys to remember. Yeah. Fermented foods, antioxidants, super foods and tox and binders because a lot of people will go say, oh, activated charcoal. I did a cleanse because it does have a stronger bond. It does attach to, to toxins.   (27:24): But if you don't have strong mitochondria and you're not draining well, then all it's gonna do is hold into the toxins and not go anywhere. So toxin binders, the most effective ones are the ones that you take in supplement form that are carbon based. Those have a carbon strong bond on them and they're also leaving a healthy residue after they talk detox. What I mean by eating a diet with toxin binders, you wanna get things like spirolina cilantro, chlorella. You wanna get those in your diet in supplement form. They're not gonna be as strong as going after a lot of the toxins that we've been thrown in the last few years. Okay? So just keep that in mind, eat a fast food diet. That is the best way to boost your mitochondria. And of course you are not going to get by on five hours of sleep.   (28:09): You're just not, you need a good seven to nine hours. You need your beauty sleep. There's a reason you set sleep for a very long time. And a lot of your human growth hormone is made when you're sleeping to 95% plus a thought burning happens while you sleep because 98% of human growth hormone is being produced while you sleep. But if you don't get that sleep, then you have Houston a problem. And so the reason why a lot of people today are not able to get sleep. Restful sleep is one thing and they are suckers. They're energy suckers, they're nutrient suckers. They are vitality drainers, and they eat your iron. No wonder why your hair is falling out. It's not just from aging and those are called parasites. So I don't know if you wanna spend more time in the mitochondrial space, Dr. Kyrin, but have   (28:57): Let's we got a few more minutes. Let's jump into parasites real briefly. And then we're gonna have to wrap up, but go ahead.   (29:03): Yes, parasites. So I say first to detox, your start to detox your environment. And at the same time, you can start to detox your body and then you can also start to detox the bugs. And so the reason why you have so many talkin your body, what many people don't realize about parasites is that we all have them. It's said that we're 98% bug. So we have a symbiotic relationship with parasites and it's not all bad. I want everybody to know that parasites are not all bad parasites have. In fact, on the bad side, killed more humans than anything else in human history. The average person has at least one infection inside of them. That is not healthy for us. The, the ideal ratio of healthy microbes to unhealthy microbes would be somewhere along the lines of based on the microbe, the human microbe project we've had around for now eight years, a good ratio is 80% good bug and 20% bad, but the average person has the opposite.   (30:05): And now we have more 80% bad and 20% good. So why is it, how did all of a sudden these parasites get so obese in our body? And the reason for that is because their job is to be the bottom feeders in your body. That's their job. We don't just catch bugs. We create them. That is so, so critically important because a lot of people want to say, you got me sick, or you got me sick or that, that dog or that horse. Sure. We pass parasites between animals and each other all day long. But when you have a strong immune system, you can fight them off. When you have a strong immune system, you can call them to action. So imagine when you have a party, you need a housekeeper to come and clean up this mess, right? Whatever, you cannot excrete properly because your mitochondria is off or your drainage pathways are not optimized.   (30:52): The parasites need to come up, but clean 'em up. So they go eat them up. They're the bottom feeders of the fish tank. And when they gobble up, they could grow to be hundreds. If not thousands of times, their size of their original body. They're like chia, pets. They get bigger. And what they clean up is the heavy metals and the environmental toxins and the mold and the Canda and the bacteria and viruses. Anything. We cannot excrete becomes property of the parasites. And then, and also they end up eating your nutrients. They end up eating your B vitamins, your magnesium, your vitamin D all these supplements that you take, that you're thinking they're going, where they need to go. They can't get in the cells, which are your cells. If they're going into these parasitic cells. So they also eat, like I said, your iron.   (31:35): And that's one of the primary things that, that helps us to create new hair. Right? And like, I, like I was mentioning earlier women over the age of 40, 80% of us have stagnant bile. 25% of us have some type of diagnosed or undiagnosed thyroid disease. Thyroid disease means your metabolism is sluggish mitochondria as absolutely sluggish. 80% of us have stagnant bile flow. What does that mean? Bile carries out fat sayable toxins out of the, the bowels, whatever does not get excreted. 95% of that bowel gets recirculated back up to the gallbladder. If the gallbladder then becomes the housing unit for all of these toxins, no wonder why we so many gallbladders being removed, right? It's not the gallbladder's fault. It's because toxin so drew, they are there to clean up the mess that we cannot excrete. So what we need to, to do is go, okay, again, start with mitochondrial, open up the drainage pathways.   (32:27): Think up to the parasites. When you go up to the parasites, you gotta start with those first two steps. When you go to the parasites, also get that when you go to kill them, they're releasing all of that toxic waste, Canda mold bacteria. So we also want to have, like I said, the toxin binder, which is the tea and fast food it's toxin binder that is very strong carbon based that attaches to that waste. And that, because now your, your elimination pathways are open, can carry that waste out and let them go. And there's all kinds of parasites. So there's a lot of people who are taking the IR. And I'm not saying the full word just in case, but they're taking a lot of things, thinking, check, I'm done. I take the IR or I take, you know, wormwood or I take clove, which is great. It goes after some of the eggs, but the, the best parasite cleanse is one that has a multidisciplinary approach, many different types of herbs to go after all the different life cycles, the parasites, every single one of us needs to go after this because it truly is the root cause of so many issues that people don't even realize today.   (33:25): It is so true. And we could talk about parasites for hours, days, weeks, long time. And I know everybody wants to hear more, but we do have to wrap up. So let's do that. We've got links for Diane in the show notes. She has a great event coming up that you may wanna participate in because hopefully you've gotten what we're saying. If you've been paying attention, you can't help it. And you've heard that we're swimming in the sea of toxins. They're in you. You've got to get them out. If you want any hope of having balanced hormones. You know, I, I always say the harm. The name of the podcast is the hormone prescription. I tie everything to hormones. So some of you are sitting there thinking Hurin, didn't tie this into hormones. So let me do that for you real quick, before we go.   (34:12): So toxicity feeds directly into your cortisol stress hormone. These are stresses, right? When you think of stress, you think, oh, you know, I gotta pay my mortgage. Oh my kids' new shoes. You think of life, psychosocial stressors, your body doesn't see it that way. It, yes, adds that, but it also takes blood sugar stress, which you've heard me talk about. And it takes toxicity stress. So it, you have toxicity, you've got a cortisol problem and that's gonna unbalance your insulin, your thyroid, your sex hormones. All right. So we did it. All right. So let's wrap up. Diane has a great event coming up for you where I think she's gonna guide you through all this. I don't know you guys right now ready? Like, okay, we get it, but we need a guide. Diane's gonna guide you through this. So tell them all about it.   (35:04): Yeah, absolutely. And, and what I'll say is that the full moon is the absolute, best time to go after parasites and people might be thinking, what do you mean the full moon? That sounds scary. I'm like, well, yeah, parasites in the body not being eliminated are absolutely scary. What they do, your hormones is absolutely scary. So we actually have them coming up in September. And so what, what I'm gonna say is September 27th, and then we'll probably have another one after that, just in case if you're listening to this, and if you're hearing this any other time later, then you you're gonna find out how to get ahold of me and do this on your own. Perhaps the thing with parasites around the full moon is that on the full moon, they increase your serotonin and they decrease your melatonin. So you might think, oh, serotonin, that makes me happy.   (35:44): No, it actually makes the parasites happy. And so that's why we are whacked out and we're not ourselves. And the melatonin drops, no wonder why you can't sleep. So that's another way it affects your hormones. And that's your firefighter to, to put out inflammation when you sleep is the melatonin. So there's a reason why many of the people I work with in this cleanse sleep better. They have more energy. Their hair starts to come back and all the things we talked about get reversed today. So that's coming up September 27th. If you guys buy one of the kits and, and what's gonna happen is I, I've never done this before in terms of a webinar and just hosting it. Like this is a compliment for, for the people who get a parasite full moon kit. So step one, like I mentioned is mitochondrial support sub two drainage.   (36:21): But if you are just like, just tell me what to do, Diane, there's gonna be a couple links below. I put together one kit that is the drainage kit. And then also the step two would be the parasite cleanse kit. So that is a full kit. And you actually save money by bundling them where it's a few supplements. These are supplements that work, they won't get mucked up on your body. So I would actually do that. There is one, that's just a standalone parasite kit, and you could do that. And that has four different supplements in it. Uh, the binder I mentioned in three different types of parasite herbs, but I would start with liver and it goes liver lymph and gallbladder flow. So you're gonna experience major openings, major poops, major releases, probably a lot, some weight loss, hormone optimization, because we do have one supplement in there that will actually help to support better sleep before you go into the parasite cleanse kit.   (37:10): So if you guys get either one or both of those kits, like I said, the duo kit has a $25 off when you bundle it together. And then we also have a special for Dr. Kirin too. If you use a special supplement, uh, or a special link below, uh, that she'll put, and then if you use the coupon code full moon, 10, you'll get an additional 10% off. And what that's going to enroll you to get is an invite to special invite for only people who are serious about this, a two hour webinar with me telling you exactly what to eat, exactly what to do exactly what not to do. That's a long list, but I'll tell you the main ones not to do so that we can ensure the greatest success for this go round. And in the future, you're gonna want your whole family to consider this. And one of you can do it. And then you can also guide people to do it later on, because this is how you become your own best doctor. Especially also having doctors like Dr. Karenna follow as well. So it's, don't worry. This is for people to start asking questions. If, if, if I have this condition or if I have this symptom of this, we all need to get rid of parasite. You guys. So this is   (38:09): Everybody needs to detox. Y'all, there's no question, but I have this, but I'm on this medication, but I have this medical problem. Everybody needs to detox. If you are human and you are on the face of this planet, living and breathing, you've got toxicity. You need to detox. We do have to wrap it up. Thank you so much, Diane. We will have all the links in the show notes, full disclosure that we do receive affiliate commissions or may for anything that you purchase. But as you guys have been following me for a long time, no, I will never give you anything that I don't think is amazing. Right? So thanks. Appreciate. It's not about the money. It's about you getting what you need and if we happen to make a living, so we can continue to do what we do then that's awesome. So any last words, Diane,   (38:59): Uh, thank you for being a, a light in the dark as an MD. That's bringing this to fruition because we truly can be our own best doctor. And it takes somebody really getting out of their ego to say, I'm not the only solution you are the solution. So I just wanted to honor you for bringing this topic forth, because it really is in my perspective and my experience and my own empathy and my own healing journey, the greatest way that we can not only get rid of the parasites in our body, but also raise our vibe so that we reduce parasitic energies that suck the life out of us. And that we wonder how we can think smarter, think more positive, attract more things that are beautiful in our life. You can only raise your vibe to the extent that you're getting the things rid of it out of, in you, out of your body so that you can start to thrive again. And it's, uh, it's a beautiful life cycle as above so below. And, uh, it's an inside out journey   (39:57): As within, so without, as above so below, thank you so much, Diane, everybody click the links and check it out. And it's just like living in your house. If it was a disaster, you would know it. You would clean it up if it was dirty, but it's on the inside and you can't see it and you don't know, but now, you know, so what are you gonna do about it? I really appreciate you all for joining me for another episode of the hormone prescription. And once again, don't let this just be infotainment, just more information that you take, and then you do nothing about really your health can change tremendously just by taking one step at a time. All you need to do is take the one step that's in front of you. So what are you gonna do with this information? And I would encourage you to check Diane's information and products out and her program. And you will know if it's right for you and if it is by all means, do it. And if it's not keeping, keep looking for the answers that are out there for you, because you deserve brilliant health at every age. And I'll see you again next week until then peace, love and hormones. Y'all   (41:03): Thank you so much for listening. I know that incredible vitality occurs for women over 40. When we learn to speak hormone and balance these vital regulators to create the health and the life that we deserve. If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd love it. If you give me a review and subscribe, it really does help this podcast out so much. You can visit the hormone prescription.com, where we have some free gifts for you, and you can sign up to have a hormone evaluation with me on the podcast to gain clarity into your personal situation until next time, remember, take small steps each day to balance your hormones and watch the wonderful changes in your health that begin to unfold for you. Talk to you soon.   ► Get free access to Diane Kazer's Module #1 of The Warrior Cleanse Program: CLICK HERE.   ► Feeling tired? Can't seem to lose weight, no matter how hard you try? 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