The Final week of Foster Care month is an interview that will refresh your soul and bring joy. Christopher Gardner wraps up our series with insight into his many years of being a foster dad. We talk about fostering around the holidays, almost having the dream of fostering taken away from you, and how to handle an unexpected re-unification call. We want to thank all the amazing Foster dads that gave us some of their time to enlighten and inform us about foster care and their journeys. Chris Baker and the Baker family Mike Jackson and the Jackson family Michael Smith and the Smith Family Christopher Gardner and the Gardner family
Christopher Gardner: Consulting in Technology | Solutions Podcast w/ Mason Hargrave
Solutions with Mason Hargrave
Christopher Gardner is the founder of iValue LLC as well as the author of the highly acclaimed book The Valuation of Information Technology: A Guide for Strategy Development, Valuation, and Financial Planning (John Wiley & Sons), and Measuring Value in Healthcare. Previously he was a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP where he led the Information Technology Strategy Group in the New York office. He was also a vice president at Bain & Company and worked at A.T. Kearney where he was elected principal by the Board of Directors. He began his career as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company and has served clients across a wide-range of major industries. Prior to consulting, he worked in the high technology industry, joining the Digital Equipment Corporation after graduation, and working in central engineering as a manager in the semiconductor, office workstation, and VAX computer system development groups. With the support of Digital he co-founded The Software Agency in Cambridge, Massachusetts, a company engaged in the business of representing software authors to software publishers. He was educated at the University of Chicago where he received his MBA in Finance and a BA/BS in Physics a year earlier. He spent his summers working at Fermilab and at the Enrico Fermi Institute and is a graduate of the Bronx High School of Science. TAGS #Consulting #Technology #UniversityofChicago EPISODE LINKS Christopher's Email: email@example.com Books: - The Valuation of Information Technology: A Guide for Strategy Development, Valuation, and Financial Planning: https://www.amazon.com/Valuation-Information-Technology-Development-Financial/dp/0471378313 PODCAST INFO Podcast website: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2NUTPAa Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3e6DEKK Anchor.fm: https://anchor.fm/masonhargrave/ Full episodes playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAAkUcxW_NWRXAlo7dlxjDuKfJ6c8OEBz Clips playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAAkUcxW_NWQBBzYWp-GuOqLiM9kXb0A8 OUTLINE 0:00 - Introduction FOLLOW ME - Twitter: https://twitter.com/MasonHargrave - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/masonhargrave/ - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/metaphysical_ramblings/
Conversations with Dr. Cowan & Friends| Ep 22: Christopher Gardner
Conversations with Dr. Cowan & Friends
Hi everyone. Today's podcast guest is an interesting gardener/inventor/water innovator who is doing some interesting experiments with water purification, biochar, and the shape and form of houses. In this interview, Christopher Gardner describes how he arrived at the optimal shape of housing, water purification systems, and storage tanks and how you can build these for yourself. Join me for an interesting hour discussion on the next steps to consider in our journey towards greater self-sufficiency and personal sovereignty. All the best, TomMy website: https://drtomcowan.com/Subscribe to Conversations w/ Dr. Cowan & Friends on Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/25hGTOl6fCPpNUWwwWZY4yOn Apple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/conversations-with-dr-cowan-friends/id1530268266?uo=4Our BitChute Channel:https://www.bitchute.com/channel/CivTSuEjw6Qp/
#044. Christopher Gardner, PhD: on the intersection of taste, health, environmental sustainability + social justice
Christopher Gardner is a nutrition scientist and Professor of Medicine. For 28 years at Stanford he has studied what to consume and to avoid for optimal health, and how best to motivate individuals to achieve healthy dietary behaviors. Some of the dozens of human nutrition intervention trials he has conducted include studies of garlic, omega-3 fats, soy phytoestrogens and antioxidants. Among his most cited studies are the A TO Z (2007) and the DIETFITS (2018) weight loss diet trials. His ongoing trials involve examining the impact of dietary changes (e.g., alternative meat, ketogenic diet) on the gut microbiome and inflammation/immune function. Current research interests include collaborating with chefs and dining operators as research partners in an effort to identify strategies to optimize the intersection of taste, health, environmental sustainability and social justice in institutional food settings (e.g., universities, hospitals, worksites). Professor Gardner teaches several food and nutrition classes at Stanford, including an on-line Nutrition Science course recently launched through the Stanford Center for Health Education. Christopher is on Twitter @GardnerPhD.Resources:Protein study SWAP-MEAT studyVegan Before 6 (Mark Bittman)FlexitarianEAT-Lancet Commission report (summary)Christopher’s book recommendations:Animal, Vegetable, Junk (Bittman)Devoured (Egan)The Good Gut (Sonnenburg)
1680: Digging Deeper Into The Major Flaws In Dr. Christopher Gardner’s Beyond Meat SWAP-MEAT Study
The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show With Jimmy Moore
In Episode 1680 of Jimmy Rants on the LLVLC Show, we take an honest look at the SWAP-MEAT Study. “They even admit that they got skewed results due to the way they conducted the study.” - Jimmy Moore A new study published in the August 11, 2020 edition of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition claims that consuming at least two servings of plant-based meat a day will lower your cardiovascular risk factors as compared with the same amount of red meat. The 16-week randomized crossover study funded by the Beyond Meat company was conducted by Stanford researcher Dr. Christopher Gardner and his team. But there are some major flaws in this study that I can’t let slip by. In this episode of JIMMY RANTS on The LLVLC Show, I pour over the study design and results of this research finding major flaws that bring into question why this ever got published to begin with. Listen in for full details! Support this show by becoming a Patron at Patreon!
Low Fat or Low Carb, which is Best? Which is Worse? BOTH!! with Dr. Christopher Gardner, Professor of Nutrition at Stanford University
Christopher Gardner, professor of Nutrition at Stanford University, has conducted multiple Human behavior studies. One was a weight loss study of popular diets like Adkins, Zone, and Ornish, compared to a health professionals diet. The result, some people lost 50 pounds while others gained 10. On the same diet! Wanting to know why one diet works well for some, but not for others, he ran another study in search of the answer.
SNR #223: Prof. Christopher Gardner - DIETFITS Trial 2018: Low-Fat vs Low-Carb Weight Loss Diets and Effect of Genotype and Insulin Secretion
Sigma Nutrition Radio
Prof. Gardner is the Director of Nutrition Studies at the Stanford Prevention Research Center and a professor of medicine at Stanford University. He received his PhD in Nutritional Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley in 1993. His postgraduate training included a postdoctoral fellowship in cardiovascular disease epidemiology at Stanford. Dr. Gardner is passionate about two central questions that keep him up at night and get him to jump out of bed most mornings. The first of these is: What can people eat and drink (or avoid/limit) to optimize their health? Dr. Gardner has recently shifted much of his energies to a second and more challenging question: What forces and factors can successfully motivate people to improve their food and beverage choice behaviors? Study Discussed: Gardner et al., 2018 – Effect of Low-Fat vs Low-Carbohydrate Diet on 12-Month Weight Loss in Overweight Adults and the Association With Genotype Pattern or Insulin Secretion: The DIETFITS Randomized Clinical Trial
1311: LLVLC Classic – Dr. Christopher Gardner Legitimizes Low-Carb Nutrition In Research
The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show With Jimmy Moore
Associate professor of medicine at the Stanford Prevention Research Center and diet researcher Dr. Christopher Gardner is our guest today in Episode 1311 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.” Landmark nutritional research was conducted by Dr. Christopher Gardner and published in the prestigious Journal of the American Medical Association in March 2007 called A TO Z: A Comparative Weight Loss Study. In that study, this devout vegetarian advocate (for moral reasons) found that the Atkins low-carb diet produced more weight loss and better health improvements than the low-fat Ornish, moderate-carb Zone or standard American LEARN diet. This was obviously big news in the low-carb community at the time and Dr. Gardner went on the lecture circuit to discuss his study results, including a May 2008 lecture at the Stanford School of Medicine posted on YouTube called The Battle of the Diets: Is Anyone Winning (At Losing?). It’s been a few years since that historical JAMA study sent shock waves through the medical community. What’s been going on with Dr. Gardner’s continued research into this subject and how has his point of view changed regarding diet and health over the past five years? Listen in today as Jimmy has a rather candid conversation with this top nutritional researcher about the continuing ramifications resulting from his positive low-carb diet study. MAKE KETO EASIER WITH FBOMB ORGAN MEATS WITHOUT COOKING USE COUPON CODE “JIMMY” FOR 20% OFF NOTICE OF DISCLOSURE: Paid sponsorship LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 1311 – SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: Join Jimmy Moore’s new keto coaching program at KetoClarityAcademy.com – SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: Snack without sugar with Nush. Nush-Foods.Myshopify.com/ (Get 20% off your first order with coupon code “JIMMY”) – SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: Get the low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic-friendly Pili Nuts (Get 10% off your order with coupon code “LLVLC”) – Dr. Christopher Gardner Stanford School of Medicine page – The Battle of the Diets: Is Anyone Winning (At Losing?) – RELATED BLOG POST: Stanford Researchers Confirm Atkins Diet Best For Weight Loss, Improved Health
Picky eaters: Getting kids to eat better with guest Christopher Gardner
Stanford Professor of Research Medicine Christopher Gardner discusses the importance of diet when it comes to learning, efforts to improve cafeteria selections in schools, and shares his tips on how to get picky eaters to try something new at the dinner table.Originally aired on June 10, 2017, on SiriusXM.