Dan talks to Matthew about running sound for a zillion shows, spending the year getting better at guitar, and creating the Statehouse Sessions with his sister, Caitlin (and how no one knows you like your sibling). Plus, Dan pays tribute to the late Shaheen Dibai, a poet and tireless supporter of the Philly music scene who passed away last week.
American Imperialism, Thai Scholarship and Buddhist Cosmology with Matthew Phillips
The Nordic Asia Podcast
How did American imperialism affect Thai scholarship? And what does Buddhist cosmology got to do with the Thai royal tours to Burma and the United States in the 1960s? In this fascinating episode, Matthew Phillips talks to Petra Desatova about moving beyond binary readings of Thai history, avoiding existing preconceptions and using images to get a more holistic understanding of the past.
Episode 199 | Fasting And Ketogenic Diets In Degeneration And Cancer With Dr. Matthew Phillips And Sarona Rameka
Dr. Joe Tatta | The Healing Pain Podcast
We're discussing both the research and clinical applications of the use of a ketogenic diet to treat neurodegeneration autoimmunity and cancer. We're joined by not one, but two guests. I know you're going to love and learn lots of great information from. Our first guest is Dr. Matthew Phillips. He's a neurologist who is both studying and using a ketogenic diet. Our second guest is his patient Sarona Rameka, who is a stage-four cancer survivor. Dr. Phillips is a full-time clinical and research neurologist in New Zealand. His passion is to explore the potential feasibility, safety and efficacy of metabolic therapies, particularly ketogenic diets and fasting in creating alternate metabolic states that may improve not only symptoms, but also function and quality of life for people with a variety of neurological conditions. Sarona is the first documented person in the world to utilize fasting and ketogenic diet as the primary management strategy for a metastatic cancer in the absence of surgery, chemotherapy, or radiotherapy culminating in a near complete regression. Nearly three years after being diagnosed with inoperable metastatic cancer, she shows no signs of disease and leads a full and active life. Without further ado, let's meet Dr. Matthew Phillips and his patient Sarona and learn all about the implications for a ketogenic diet. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here’s How » Join the Healing Pain Podcast Community today: integrativepainsciencinstitute.com Healing Pain Podcast Facebook Healing Pain Podcast Twitter Healing Pain Podcast YouTube Healing Pain Podcast LinkedIn Healing Pain Podcast Instagram
Today on The Empowering Neurologist I had the pleasure of again spending time with Dr. Matthew Phillips. He’s been on the program in the past discussing the effectiveness of the ketogenic diet in Parkinson’s disease. Today he explores the notion of fasting, and reveals how powerful a therapy this may represent as it relates to both keeping the brain healthy as well as in the treatment of existing disease. I’d like to share the conclusion from his recent publication, Fasting as a Therapy in Neurological Disease, as I think it says a lot: "In an era of rising healthcare costs and an increasing prevalence of neurological disease, the introduction of a self-empowering, cost-free, effective therapeutic option for a range of neurological disorders would be a welcome addition to the armamentarium of physicians. Today’s most common neurological disorders are fundamentally characterized by defective metabolism, on many levels. Given that fasting is a simple, multi-targeted, and essentially “metabolic” therapy with a healthy track record for treating a variety of neurological diseases in animals, it holds promise as a treatment for analogous diseases in humans. Despite this promise, the state of the evidence in humans is extremely limited; many more studies are needed before the actual clinical efficacy of fasting as a therapy in human neurological disorders can be ascertained. Yet if these studies can be prioritized, perhaps the day will come when fasting regimens are prescribed alongside medication-based approaches, culminating in the inception of a unified metabolic approach, capable of modifying not only the symptoms, but also the natural course, of the most common, disabling neurological diseases in existence."
Episode 8: Matthew Phillips - The Do's and Don't's in Signing a Building Contract
Real Estate Right
Matthew Phillips from Patterson Homes comes in to talk to us about what to expect from your building contact when building a new home. A building contract is quite an involved document. It includes everything from time frames, payments required, materials used to build, appliances, tiles, driveways, landscaping, floorplans, fence lines, plumbing, lighting plans, this list goes on! Matthew Phillips is here again today to explain the do’s and don’ts of signing a builder’s contract. Intro: Matthew Phillips, Managing Director of Patterson Homes, has the eye for detail, the commitment to customers and the passion to build. He’s seen plenty of building contracts in his time and knows what works and what should be questioned. With 26 years experience in the building industry, Matthew is here to tell us how to get it right. Welcome Matthew! 1. What is a building contract?a. What should we be looking for in a building contract?2. What are some of the red flags we should be looking for when seeing a building contract for the first time?3. What sort of building accreditations should we be looking for when we appoint a builder?4. Is there a standard way of doing payments to your builder?5. What energy efficient/star ratings should we be expecting in our new house? a. Are regulations always changing?6. What type of inclusions are considered standard?a. What inclusions are no so standard?b. What happens if we want to change the inclusions half way through the build?7. Mark from Seaford wants to know what would be the standard time from signing the contract to getting the certificate of occupancy?8. What’s some good advice to give people who want to build that can help the process of building a new home? Show Notes: Photos of the medical/childcare centre that turned into a big hole, damaging neighbouring properties as mentioned in Fun Facts. Credit: Clare Kermond of The Age for that story. Here is a link to a checklist of what is required in regards to getting building permits & insurance for Extensions and renovations costing more than $10,000. https://www.consumer.vic.gov.au/housing/building-and-renovating/checklists/extensions-and-renovations-costing-more-than-10000 Special Listener Offer: Matthew Phillips is offering a free consultation and quote for someone who is wanting to build their dream home. To be in the running, you need to go to Facebook and Like, Share and Comment why you would love to win a free consultation.
Episode 2: Matthew Phillips - What's the Difference Between a Spec Home and a Custom Home?
Real Estate Right
Matthew Phillips - Managing Director of Patterson Homes comes in to talk to us about understanding the difference between a spec home, a custom home and a display home. Buying off the plan is a daunting task. There are so many factors to be concerned about, and it’s just not as easy as choosing one plan over another, hoping it will fit the block you bought. And the reality is, there are so many levels of quality. What can you add to make it your own? Do you want a ‘cookie cutter’ house where every house looks the same in the street, or do you want to be a stand out. Plus there’s the cost of it all… there’s definitely loadss to think about, and today we have matthew phillips from patterson homes to tell us what we need to know. Intro: Builder of new homes, townhouses and multi-unit developments, with 26 years of experience in the building industry, Matthew Phillips, the managing director of Patterson Homes, is here today to talk about spec homes vs custom built homes. Matthew is passionate about the building industry, has a strong eye for detail and is committed to a high level of customer service. Based in patterson lakes, we welcome Matthew Phillips from Patterson Homes 1. What’s great about a spec home?2. What’s great about a custom-built home?3. What nasty surprises could you expect from a spec home?4. George from Clyde bought a block of land 2 years ago, and they only started building 4 months ago. He wants to know what happens if a builder goes past their suggested completion date?5. What type of builders generally do spec homes?6. What type of builders do custom homes?7. Can a spec home be customised a little bit?8. What should you look for in any builder? 9. Is there any reputable association that a builder could be a member of that will assure future clients of their builder’s qualifications and expertise?10. What are the GST implcations in building new? Competition: Free Consultation and quote with Patterson Homes. To be in the running, you need to go to our Facebook page, find the post to this competition & like, share and comment why you would love to win a free consultation with Matthew Phillips to build your dream home. Good luck & thanks for listening!
While there certainly are various medications that prove somewhat helpful in the treatment of symptoms associated with Parkinson's disease, it's important to recognize that these medications are not actually treating the underlying disease itself. We now understand that one of the pivotal mechanisms in Parkinson's disease is compromise of energy production, at the level of the mitochondria. This ultimately manifest as various problems, not just in the brain, but actually throughout the entire body. With this understanding, specifically targeting mitochondrial function makes sense as a way of actually addressing this fundamental underlying abnormality in Parkinson's disease. As many of you are aware, the ketogenic diet has been demonstrated to enhance mitochondrial function. As such, it should be considered as a candidate, at least, in terms of treating a disease like Parkinson's. In fact, this is the subject of a recent interventional trial in which actual Parkinson's patients were placed on a ketogenic diet under the direction of Dr. Matthew Phillips. Today, the empowering neurologists interviews Dr. Matt Phillips about his recent published research in which he demonstrates powerfully positive results in Parkinson's patients placed on a ketogenic diet. How wonderful it is that we are now seeing published research dealing with nutritional interventions, especially in these challenging situations.