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Episode 319: The Incredible Kyle Grooms!



Tune in to the #captainslog with a very special guy! Comedian Kyle Grooms is here this week to perform at Off the Hook Comedy Club! He also shares his personal experience of cheating death! Not once, but Twice!

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Episode 294: Mom that’s not a healthy school lunch!



On this episode of the #captainslog Dr. Daller is helping us pack lunch! School is back and it’s its time to mark sure we are starting the school year with good nutrition! Dr. Daller is going to explain all the foods you shouldn’t start the day with and what you should leave out the lunchbox!
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Episode 290: The Worst Food You Can Eat



LIVE WITH DR DALLER Meir Daller. The good, the bad, and the WORST foods you can eat! #naplescaptainslog

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Epsiode 268 What Are You Vaping?



Captain Brien and Doctor Daller tackle the trending topic of vaping! What is it? Is it healthy? Why is it popular? Tune into this episode of the #naplescaptainslog for all the details!

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Epsiode 263 To Swipe or Not to Swipe? Online Dating Advice!



Dr. Daller and Captain Brien are back on the #naplescaptainslog tackling the topic of online dating this week! Leave us a comment and tell us your good, bad, or just hilarious online dating stories!

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PODCAST RECAP

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Captain Brien: Welcome back guys, the Captain’s Log, Doctor Dollar. Dolla, you’re gonna talk to me about online dating. And apparently it’s a whole new world.

Dr. Daller: It’s impressive. Y’know I didn’t know much about online dating, and last week you said hey, let’s talk about it. A lot of people are asking, a lot of people are doing that. A lot of, y’know, Captain Bryan, the number one grossing app in the world is Tinder. Number one gross, Tinder, I mean it’s not Netflix, it’s nothing else, it’s Tinder. That’s the app that generates the most amount of money and y’know when I read it the first time I didn’t believe it. I had to Google it couple of times to make sure. Fact check it, because we don’t, everything we say here is a fact.

Captain Brien: Yeah, of course.

Dr. Daller: And that was incredible.

Captain Brien: As a matter of fact it’s a fact.

Dr. Daller: Incredible So Captain Bryan, you remember those days when we used to go in the old days we used to go to the bar and on Friday night you go to the bar and you buy a few drinks and you talk to this girl, and you talk to that girl, and you talk to that girl and at the end of the night if you’re lucky enough, you hope to hook up. And if you’re not, y’know game over until next weekend.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: And today it’s a different.

Captain Brien: Not so much.

Dr. Daller: Not so much.

Captain Brien: No.

Dr. Daller: And that atmosphere had changed significantly. I mean people are going on different apps, there are hundreds and hundreds of apps. The most common one obviously is Tinder to hook up, but there’s match.com and eharmony and you name it. And Bumble, and,

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: You know different one. They have apps for gay and lesbians and the apps for all the people and younger people and you name it, there’s an app for it.

Captain Brien: There’s a flavor for everybody.

Dr. Daller: Absolutely. And today we’ll talk about, y’know all these easy, what we call easy hook-ups, are they making you any happier or not. And, y’know, and I did a lot of reading, I read multiple, multiple articles, mainly by psychologists and psychiatrists

Captain Brien: Yup.

Dr. Daller: And article by different University professors. That are, we are going to talk about, y’know what’s the effect on people when they do that versus the old days when we used to go to the bar.

Captain Brien: Interact.

Dr. Daller: And interact with people. Y’know it’s a different era. But again, at the end of the day, at the end of this podcast I want everybody to understand, Tinder and all of them are here to stay.

Captain Brien: They are not going.

Dr. Daller: Yeah, it’s not going away.

Captain Brien: It’s not going away, it’s just going to increase.

Dr. Daller: It’s the only way.

Captain Brien: It’s the only way.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: Hooking up in a bar is over.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: This is not going to be an issue anymore. By the year 2040, 70% of human beings are going that’s the only way they’re going to hook-up.

Captain Brien: They’re gonna meet online.

Dr. Daller: They are going to meet online. That’s it. That’s going to be the online hook-up by 2014, by 2040. Already today, majority of the people are still hooking up that way but.

Captain Brien: They’re saying that not ’till 2040, in 20 years?

Dr. Daller: Yeah in 20 years.

Captain Brien: That’s wrong.

Dr. Daller: Because if you think about it, a lot of people are still hooking up online, but they are not getting married online.

Captain Brien: Right. So you’re saying by 2040, 70% of the people that are married.

Dr. Daller: Are going to get married that way.

Captain Brien: Have met online? Wow.

Dr. Daller: With different apps. Not necessarily Tinder, even though I know couple of people that met on Tinder and they got married..

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: But this is the exception. They, match.com and eharmony and all this stuff, they are here to stay and they’re going to grow bigger and bigger and bigger.

Captain Brien: Hi Brenda, hi Randy, Vicky, how are you guys? We’re talking about online dating with Doctor Dollar.

Dr. Daller: So, Captain Bryan, you remember in the old days. We used to go to the bar and y’know from time to time. Not you, but myself, I used to get rejected.

Captain Brien: Maybe, yeah, no, I’ve been rejected, I’ve been rejected.

Dr. Daller: I got rejected.

Captain Brien: It happened a couple of times.

Dr. Daller: A couple of times.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: And y’know it hurts.

Captain Brien: It hurts.

Dr. Daller: It hurts. But you know what, it was one girl that rejected me and I’m, you know, I moved on. Next weekend I’m back on my game. Here, when you’re on Tinder, it could be 100 girls that you swipe to the right and none of them answer to you.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: So it’s 100 rejections.

Captain Brien: So how does that feel?

Dr. Daller: It feels awful because y’know, we know from neuroscience, we know that a broken heart, the brain does not know the different between a broken heart and a broken bone. It’s the same mechanism.

Captain Brien: Randy said I’d never get rejected, yes I do, sometimes I do.

Dr. Daller: Captain Bryan is an exception. So he is exception but ask normal people, we get rejected from time to time and we know how it feels. A broken heart and a broken bone is the same mechanism in the brain. The brain does not know the difference.

Captain Brien: Really?

Dr. Daller: Absolutely. It’s the same, exactly the same thing. And y’know when you go on Tinder, and you swipe 100 girls to the right and you know I learned all these tricks about swiping to the right swiping to the left.

Captain Brien: Did you go on and swipe?

Dr. Daller: No.

Captain Brien: You had to test this.

Dr. Daller: I had to test it,

Captain Brien: I’ve tested, I’ve given it a good once over,

Dr. Daller: Of course.

Captain Brien: a couple of times. It’s part of taking one for the team.

Dr. Daller: That’s right.

Dr. Daller: That’s how we take one for the team.

Captain Brien: I have to do this serious research.

Dr. Daller: That’s right.

Captain Brien: I can’t talk out of school in this subject.

Dr. Daller: Absolutely. You have to know, I mean you preach what you practice and you practice what you preach.

Captain Brien: That’s right. That’s right.

Dr. Daller: Absolutely. So again, if you swipe 100 girls to the right.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: And none of them answer, it’s 100 rejections. Also if you go on a date today when you wanna go.

Captain Brien: Let me interrupt you.

Dr. Daller: Yeah, go ahead.

Captain Brien: If you swipe 100 girls and you get no’s every time it’s a rejection. But, it’s not the same as going up to someone’s face and them saying I’m sorry, I’m not interested. Because, depending on the person, they may take that to heart. They may not.

Dr. Daller: I disagree. So, here you know, social media, whether it’s on Facebook or Instagram or on Tinder, it does affect human beings so it affects. I know for a fact that when we post something and we see, we posted about the, you know, anything. A video and we had 15,000 people watch that video it makes me feel good.

Captain Brien: Right, of course.

Dr. Daller: And if we have only 1,500 people watch it I feel like what happened?

Captain Brien: Damn, yeah.

Dr. Daller: Captain Bryan, I mean we have a great topic we had a great, we did homework, it’s great content.

Dr. Daller: How come only 1,500 people watch it?

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: You know I have a video on YouTube about the P show that I do, and half a million people watched it.

Dr. Daller: And I say oh my God, I feel like a rockstar.

Captain Brien: Course.

Dr. Daller: And I have another video about prostate cancer, and only seven people watched it. And I feel like oh my God, I’m a loser.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: So that does affect you as a person, today and you know I’m looking at my kids and other things, you know when kids are bullying other kids if they don’t put a like it’s as if they are bullying them. You know it doesn’t take much to feel like, oh you know I’m rejected. So, that feeling of rejection is awful. And the amount, the number of patients, and you know doing the research for this podcast, I learned different terms like ghosting, you know what ghosting is?

Captain Brien: Ghosting, Yes, of course.

Dr. Daller: I didn’t know what ghosting.

Captain Brien: That’s when you all of the sudden just get left hanging. They respond and then nothing.

Dr. Daller: And you can do that with Tinder.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: But in real life, you know when you met somebody you pick them up from the house, you went to dinner you gave her your cell phone, those, we didn’t ghost anybody.

Captain Brien: No.

Dr. Daller: What do you mean ghost. I mean you don’t like the person you say hey,

Captain Brien: Yeah but you don’t call them and you walk away.

Dr. Daller: Let’s go for cup of coffee, we are, there’s no chemistry, you understand? So I used to use the word chemistry because I believe in chemistry among human beings and sometimes there’s no chemistry and you move on. But here, just to be left and, because with ghosting, you feel like maybe there’s hope, maybe that person is going to connect with me.

Captain Brien: But I think they ghost, here’s why they ghost.

Dr. Daller: Yes.

Captain Brien: Here’s why. Because online dating is very quick. You get a lotta different hits. You can swipe on 100 different people, right.

Dr. Daller: Yes, yes.

Captain Brien: So there could be 12 people talking to you. So then the girl doesn’t have time, she ghosts them.

Dr. Daller: Yes.

Captain Brien: Y’know? I think that’s what happens.

Dr. Daller: But it hurts, it hurts.

Captain Brien: It hurts.

Dr. Daller:That’s the bottom line. Tat person is wounded,

Captain Brien: That chaps your ass, it really does.

Dr. Daller: It does, it does. And y’know, and again, let’s talk about the fact, Captain Bryan, do you know how many people lie on their content when you write your story on Tinder.

Captain Brien: I bet you it’s 70%.

Dr. Daller: 95.

Captain Brien: 95%!

Dr. Daller: Who lies more, men or women? Let’s see if you know.

Dr. Daller: Who lies more, men or women?

Captain Brien: It’s gotta be women.

Dr. Daller: That’s right. How did you know that? I thought I was sure men lie more.

Captain Brien: Why do the women lie?

Dr. Daller: Women lie about their looks. They put a picture from several years ago.

Captain Brien: Oh my God.

Dr. Daller: They put a picture when they were skinny, or when they were blonde, or when they were this.

Captain Brien: And you know what, that’s why they ghost, that’s my theory. Half the time they won’t meet because they’re not even in the same damn person!

Dr. Daller: And y’know when you start the relationship on the false premise, that’s a problem. The chances that this is gonna move to the next stage when you already lied about something, y’know it’s a problem. Let’s see if you know what men lie about.

Captain Brien: Their income.

Dr. Daller: That’s right. Men lie about, you could write this article, men lie about their finance, about their finances.

Dr. Daller: They always make themselves making much more money.

Captain Brien: Of course.

Dr. Daller: Or their in a different position, and again, that’s a problem. You can do it with Tinder because you can hook up once, you can lie about you being a hot shot, even though you’re not a hot shot. So again, the premise of lying all the time, that’s not a good start of the relationship.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: When we, y’know, 20 years ago, we didn’t lie. We were ourselves. As a matter of fact if anything we downgraded ourselves. I always made myself, y’know I used to wear my raggedy T-shirt and my jeans and I’m not trying to impress anybody. You like me because I’m funny, you like me because I’m smart. You like me because of my looks, I don’t care what.

Dr. Daller: There’s chemistry, there’s chemistry. There’s no chemistry.

Captain Brien: But you didn’t have on the online dating, you can actually search according to the age and distance.

Dr. Daller: Right.

Captain Brien: So you didn’t have the perimeters where you just could set the distance in the bar.

Dr. Daller: Right.

Captain Brien: Or the age, or the area of how many girls you wanted to meet. You just walked into the bar and who’s in the bar is who you meet. That’s it.

Captain Brien: That’s who you’re stuck with, but not online. Not online. You have a much broader audience.

Dr. Daller: Right, no the audience is remarkable I mean the pool is so deep, I mean we had a very shallow pool with like, in the bar, a couple of girls and y’know, sometimes none. So here it’s, you have millions of people. You know how many swipes on Tinder every day people swipe, how many, how many swipes they get?

Captain Brien: A billion.

Dr. Daller: 1.6 billion.

Captain Brien: More than a billion?

Dr. Daller: 1.6 billion a day, a day!

Captain Brien: These are horny little guys out there.

Dr. Daller: Amazing, How many,

Captain Brien: How many are girls and how many are guys?

Dr. Daller: How many, how many, I’ll ask you the question.

Dr. Daller: How many hook-ups = day occurs on Tinder? For that one I told you already, 1.6 billion swipes, how many hook-ups?

Captain Brien: I don’t know.

Dr. Daller: 1.5 million.

Captain Brien: 1.5 million connections a day?

Dr. Daller: Correct, connection a day.

Dr. Daller: 1.5 million, a lot!

Captain Brien: That’s good for your business Doc.

Dr. Daller: It’s very good.

Captain Brien: Good for you.

Dr. Daller: Yes it is growing up, y’know because of STD and everything else. Yes it is good for the business because people care about sex and care but, STD does involve with that as well. So that’s a different topic for a different conversation and a different time.

Captain Brien: 1.5.

Dr. Daller: 1.5.

Captain Brien: Is that worldwide or in the U.S.

Dr. Daller: Worldwide.

Captain Brien: Worldwide

Dr. Daller: So 1.6 billion worldwide on Tinder everywhere and y’know first time I learned about Tinder I was on a plane. I was sitting in business class and right next to me was a nice guy and he was telling me about, y’know him getting engaged and all the stuff and showing me the pictures of his fiance and we were flying to a foreign country I won’t say which one. And he asked me about Tinder. I say I heard about it but I don’t know how it works. And he told me that when he leaves the country, he goes on Tinder because in the country, he doesn’t want anybody to know.

Captain Brien: Oh, and then he puts his like.

Dr. Daller: He puts is location.

Captain Brien: His location on where he is.

Dr. Daller: Of where he is over there so he can hook up.

Captain Brien: Not a nice guy. You introduced this conversation by you met a nice guy on the airplane. And next thing you know you turn it on me and you tell me the guy is out there trying to bang every girl in every country.

Dr. Daller: Unbelievable, but at least he doesn’t do it at home.

Captain Brien: Yeah, not in the U.S., that’s good, that’s good. What a nice guy.

Dr. Daller: What a good guy. Very, very nice guy.

Captain Brien: I don’t think Tinder is just for hook-ups though.

Dr. Daller: Good question. So I did some research and I asked bunch of people in the last few days you know about their apps and what’s the purpose of the app.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: So when it comes to, for example, match.com, that’s more relationship. eharmony, more relationship. But most people that are on Tinder that I asked, and this was not hundreds of people, maybe 17 people.

Captain Brien: This is a survey from everybody in the car?

Dr. Daller: That’s a survey from everybody riding with me. And I say, what is the objective, what’s your objective here. And most people told me that Tinder was designed for hook-ups. Now, is it true that some people get married from Tinder? Yes, I know some people that got married from Tinder.

Captain Brien: I know somebody that got married from Tinder, from Bumble,

Dr. Daller: Yes.

Captain Brien: Yeah, I know, it does work.

Dr. Daller: Sure, and again, can it work? Absolutely. But the premise, you have to start with being honest with yourself. Don’t start by lying, that you are a sea of proctor and gamble.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: And at the end, you are nobody. You don’t have a job, that’s, obviously this is going nowhere.

Captain Brien: So, you said that there’s a lot of negative effects. But what about the people who are afraid to meet people face to face, but yet behind their computer or on their phone, they’re much more able to interact with people, and then they can make that connection, that’s good for them, no?

Dr. Daller: No, not really.

Captain Brien: Oh, okay good.

Dr. Daller: You want to promote your own self-esteem? You want to promote your honest? Face to face will promote your own self-esteem. When you are hiding behind something, behind the computer, behind your smartphone, behind anything like that, you are not going to promote your self-esteem. The way you promote, the reason you are doing well is because you have, obviously you are very good with Facebook and Instagram and all this stuff.

Captain Brien: Wait, doing well with that, with that? He says I’m doing well.

Dr. Daller: The next Jeff Bezos is sitting next to me, y’know? You never know. You never know. I mean you are very good. You present yourself. Your disposition is very good Captain Bryan. When it comes to Instagram, when it comes to Facebook, but you have a great disposition in real life. You have a great disposition when you are at the Comedy Club, or when we go somewhere or you’re on radio with Big Mama.

Captain Brien: So you have to follow through onto your online profile.

Dr. Daller: Absolutely. You cannot hide behind the desk all day, and try to swipe to the left, swipe to the right. At the end of the day you’ll have to meet that person.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: You have to charm them.

Captain Brien: That’s why they ghost. That’s why. They get to the point where they get to that, when it’s time to meet, and all of the sudden they don’t do it.

Dr. Daller: I know but even LeBron James go to the court and play basketball. You cannot play video games and pretend like you are LeBron James. That doesn’t work. In real life, you have to do it in real life. You have to actually practice. You are practicing going out, you are doing that stuff. And sometimes you get one rejection, you are not good at something, same with sex and everything else that we do. Not always it’s great and you work on it and you make it better and better and better.

Captain Brien: So, how much research did you do on this topic?

Dr. Daller: A lot.

Captain Brien: You did.

Dr. Daller: I was fascinated, Captain Brien. I was fascinated.

Captain Brien: I told you it was a big topic, I keep getting messages.

Dr. Daller: You know what.

Captain Brien: I have a girl tomorrow on the podcast who actually is doing a lot of online dating, and she wants to talk about some of the stories that she has.

Dr. Daller: I love it.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Captain Brien: So we’re gonna do a double feature tomorrow.

Dr. Daller: What time is that going to happen?

Captain Brien: That’s gonna be at 10 am I believe tomorrow.

Dr. Daller: I am going to try to listen tomorrow to that. That’s going to be amazing. And again, when I did the research, a lot of scammers. A lot of scam artists. People stealing money and stuff like that. Be smart. Common sense. I don’t understand people have no common sense. Why are you giving your real phone number if you are just trying, if you don’t know that person. Why would you give anybody your financial information to begin with.

Captain Brien: They do that?

Dr. Daller: They do that.

Captain Brien: On Tinder.

Dr. Daller: On Tinder. They give their financial. Oh, I want to help you, I’m the Prince from Nigeria. Do I look like a Prince from Nigeria? Look at me. I mean, give me your money. Give me a million, I give you three million in return.

Captain Brien: What a deal.

Dr. Daller: Hey, what a deal, I’m the Prince of Nigeria and I want a million from you, I give you three million in a day. Really, there are no deals like that.

Captain Brien: No.

Dr. Daller: Be very, very careful.

Captain Brien: What’s the number one thing people wanna know about each other when they’re online dating. The first thing.

Dr. Daller: It depends. On Tinder, it’s looks. Looks is key. And they did research about that, that’s what’s very interesting. So I read an article about this psychologists from the West Coast. And he put a picture, a fake picture on Tinder.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: Of a good-looking girl.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: And then, she wrote it all with spelling mistakes about who she is and everything was like screw that big time.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: And in two days, she got 400 people that ask her for stuff. Swiped and all. And it was a mess. I mean, you look at her, what she wrote, what she liked, she doesn’t like music and she doesn’t like to read and she doesn’t like anything!

Captain Brien: So they tried to make the worst profile they could with a good-looking picture.

Dr. Daller: With a good-looking picture.

Captain Brien: And what about the ugly profile with the great?

Dr. Daller: Right, so when it comes to what girls want and what guys want, it’s completely different. Guys, you know what they want? The good looks. And they want young girl. So young girl, 18 years old, 20 years old.

Captain Brien: Oh my God.

Dr. Daller: Goes very, very well for guys. And for girls, they look at money.

Captain Brien: They look at money.

Dr. Daller: They look at money.

Dr. Daller: So, people with money do better. Now, it’s not true for all professions. For example, if you are an engineer or if you work for H.R., Human Resource, and you have money, people don’t like you. I don’t know why, but H.R. has a bad connotation.

Captain Brien: Really?

Dr. Daller: It was H.R. probably was against this.

Captain Brien: He’s a bastard he’s in H.R., really?

Dr. Daller: He’s a snitch, they say. He works for H.R. he must be a snitch.

Captain Brien: You can’t be, you can’t put H.R., okay.

Dr. Daller: So, stuff like that, you don’t care. Also for women, I was amazed that men don’t like women with higher level of education. For example, they like women just with undergrad. But women that have a PHD or Doctorate or anything like that, men are more,

Captain Brien: They get a lot of swipe lefts?

Dr. Daller: They get a lot of them because, I don’t want some smart aleck here telling me y’know that she is a, y’know, Albert Einstein. I want somebody that is good-looking with an undergrad, and she’s young.

Captain Brien: Okay, so now the question I guess I have is if you’re, what’s better for your ego, Bumble, where the women pick, or Tinder, where either one can pick.

Dr. Daller: I think, you know, again, from my understanding, Tinder, that either one pick and you know what you have, left and right, and y’know there’s still a chance, do you understand? If you are not, the other thing that I learned that most people are going to shoot higher than what they can. So they,

Captain Brien: They swipe on girls who they think, if they get a chance.

Dr. Daller: They know they have no chance.

Captain Brien: Yeah, no chance.

Dr. Daller: I mean what are you doing?

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: I mean you are going for amazing girls that are way out of your league. As a matter of fact, 25% out of your league. So there’s no way, there’s no way.

Captain Brien: So you gotta stay in your league. You gotta stay in your lane.

Dr. Daller: Right, and if you do that, you’re going to hook-up with the right girl, that is going to be a good match for you, and it’s going to all work out. But if you’re going to go way above your league, and then you’re going to be disappointed. And you’re hoping for that one girl who’s going to be wow, he is, she is amazing and he’s mediocre, that will not work.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: Again, this is a fairy tale, it doesn’t work. it works only in Beauty and the Beast.

Captain Brien: That would be like going on Match, they’re not gonna match you together.

Dr. Daller: That’s correct.

Captain Brien: So you gotta stay in the lanes. Alright. So, do you think that the 2040 time frame of 75% of people using online to get married, do you think that that’s gonna be a good thing for us or a bad thing?

Dr. Daller: You know I saw some people ask hey, so what if you’re finding only bad things? I found some good stuff. You know I encourage my patients.

Captain Brien: Hey Mandy how are you, I’m just saying hi to Joe, Joe, Marie, Helen, how are you? Hey guys, Randy, alright they’re all on there watching. Say hi guys.

Dr. Daller: I love it, I love it Hey guys. So you know, what’s the good about posting stuff and Instagram and Facebook. For example Captain Bryan, and if you needed to lose weight, I would encourage you to go on Instagram and write your goals, because that will improve your ability to lose weight.

Captain Brien: The new thing with the models are is they just go on, they Face Tune their body. Did you see the new account that’s calling out all the Instagram models?

Captain Brien: And they show the real picture, and the fake picture all these hot booties you see on Instagram? They’re all fake.

Dr. Daller: Oh really?

Captain Brien: Yeah, yeah, all these girls that have millions of followers, they show the,

Dr. Daller: How, in real life.

Captain Brien: Yeah, yeah. They show the real two pictures. It’s called, what the heck’s it called, fake, damn I don’t know you can go on 1055 The Beat. I know that because the story’s on there today. And they have it it’s the Instagram story of the account.

Dr. Daller: But if you want to lose weight and you show everybody you know, these are my goals. I’m going to go and I’m going to post a picture of myself every day, and how I’m losing, then that’s going to motivate you. If you want to quit smoking and you go to tell the entire world why, it’s going to motivate you because if you start smoking again, you are going to feel like a loser.

Captain Brien: Right

Dr. Daller: So do that. Same thing with, you know, be honest with yourself. I do see something good about you know, being honest with your say, stay with your own type of people. When I say own type of people, if you are highly-educated person, stay with highly-educated. And there is an app for that, there’s an app for everything.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: You name it, every pot has a lid, everybody has a cover. You can find the right person, but he honest, be truthful, don’t try to, and again.

Captain Brien: And use pictures that are currently updated and not Photoshopped.

Dr. Daller: And the problem with Tinder, that a lot of people are using it just to get laid, just to hook up. And you know those people because their profile, and again there’s a study about that.

Captain Brien: What did they say?

Dr. Daller: Their profile is very short. The shorter the profile,

Captain Brien: The hornier they are?

Dr. Daller: The hornier they are.

Captain Brien: Son of a gun, I’m going after the wrong ones!

Dr. Daller: They are saying, you know.

Captain Brien: Jesus.

Dr. Daller: I’m honest and attractive and I want to spend time hiking and,

Captain Brien: And no hook-ups, that’s a guarantee that they wanna hook up.

Dr. Daller: Correct, and being honest. You saying I’m honest, it doesn’t cut it. You don’t need to say I’m honest, you don’t see the obvious stuff. I’m very truthful, obviously you’re lying to me. So, the longer, what you write about yourself and the more descriptive it is, the more truthful it looks, and the better the chances for a real match versus just a hook-up.

Captain Brien:What about the hook-up? They like the shorter ones or they’re gonna read the longer ones?

Dr. Daller: Between you and I, if you have a great picture, nobody reads too much, if you have an amazing picture.

Captain Brien: Yeah, they just swipe them right away.

Dr. Daller: So if you write, so it depends on what’s your objective here. If you’re objective is to hook up with a sexy young girl, you know, great picture, and just say I’m making ton of money, that’s good enough. Now, if you want to have a match that is going to be some long-lasting relationship, you have to write about I like to play golf, I like to play tennis, I like to do, because again, or I’m a Republican or I’m a Democrat because at the end of the day it’s very difficult if you’re a Republican to live with a Democrat. If you’re a Democrat to live with a Republican. Does it happen? Yes it does, but at the end of the day if you are crazy Republican or crazy Democrat, it’s going to be very difficult for you to be in a relationship with the opposite.

Captain Brien: What if you post a picture in your bikini, and it’s you’re first picture? I think that’s a winner.

Captain Brien: I think that’s the.

Dr. Daller: For sure, for sure.

Captain Brien: That’s the way to go to get the swipes.

Dr. Daller: For sure, for sure, for sure.

Captain Brien: And that tells the truth.

Dr. Daller: Absolutely.

Captain Brien: I think if you’re good, then it knows. If you’re not good, it tells you right away. Doesn’t have to be a perfect picture.

Dr. Daller: Oh my God. Oh my God. But again, I truly enjoy doing all the research for this, for this program. It was eye-opener.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: Just, you know, to see how many people are doing it. Ten years ago, there was a stigma involved with that.

Captain Brien: Of course.

Dr. Daller: Today, there’s no more stigma.

Captain Brien: No.

Dr. Daller: Everybody’s on it.

Captain Brien: Everbody’s doing it.

Dr. Daller: Yeah of course, I’m on it, I’m sure that Congress members, members of Congress, and Senators and the President, they’re all on it.

Captain Brien: They’re on a Raya.

Dr. Daller: Oh, there is one for,

Captain Brien: There’s one called a Raya. That’s for celebrities.

Dr. Daller: Oh really?

Captain Brien: Yeah, and that’s where the celebrities and stuff meet. And you have to get approved.

Dr. Daller: You got in. He got, Captain Brien, got it.

Captain Brien: I don’t know about a Raya, I don’t know.

Dr. Daller: And you don’t hook me up with any of that a Raya. What kind of a name is that.

Captain Brien: That’s for the big shots.

Dr. Daller: Really, for the hot shots there?

Captain Brien: Yeah, that’s where they are. Well guys listen, we’re gonna be back tomorrow, I know that we have more on this topic, you can send us your messages. I hope that you learned something today. If you didn’t, I hope you enjoyed it and had fun watching anyway, ’cause Doctor Dollar is doing a lot of work for us, getting all the research taken care of, and then we just have a good time talking about it, ’cause I appreciate your time, I appreciate all your knowledge Doc, and every Tuesday you have so many great stuff.

Dr. Daller: Thank you buddy.

Captain Brien: To talk about. Thanks for watching guys, this is the Captain’s Log, and we’ll be back. We’ll see you tomorrow. We’re out.

Dr. Daller: Take care.


Epsiode 262 Show Me Your Naples!



Comedian Eric Schwartz aka Smooth-E rides along with Captain B as they rap some tunes for the #naplescaptainslog

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Eric Schwartz: ♪ I’m sad ♪ ♪ Drippin’ in a downward spiral ♪ ♪ Need advice ♪ ♪ Hit up TripAdvisor ♪ ♪ Lookin’ for a place to get me out of this mess ♪ ♪ Ooh the happiest place in the whole U.S. ♪ ♪ Southwest Florida ♪ ♪ Is it true? ♪ ♪ The land of the snowboards ♪ ♪ And the white hairdos ♪ ♪ The leaves don’t change ♪ ♪ But the license plates do ♪ ♪ Where they invite reptiles ♪ ♪ Into the swimming pools ♪ ♪ Those crazy golden gaters ♪ ♪ They be wrestling with gators ♪ ♪ If you don’t have a nice car ♪ ♪ You probably ain’t from Naples ♪ ♪ Where they live up to the name ♪ ♪ Of the knee-high acres ♪ ♪ If don’t root for the Pats ♪ ♪ You’re a straight-up traitor ♪ ♪ Where they release pets to the Everglades ♪ ♪ And they have bunch of chupacabras and skunk apes ♪ ♪ I’m hype with the trip ♪ ♪ But I gotta ask the people ♪ ♪ If I do make the visit ♪ ♪ You gotta show me your Naples ♪ ♪ Show me your Naples ♪ ♪ Where 69 degrees means it’s winter season ♪ ♪ Show me your Naples ♪ ♪ Up in Immokalee they got the orange juice squeezin’ ♪ ♪ Show me your Naples ♪ ♪ Fort Myers is lovely but also kinda foggy ♪ ♪ Show me your Naples ♪ ♪ They act all boujee ’til they hit the clubs ♪ ♪ But they got a lot of sea shells ♪ ♪ Even more golf courses ♪ ♪ Keeping them exclusive security forces ♪ ♪ Got kicked off the fairway ♪ ♪ Wasn’t fair ♪ ♪ They were like sir ♪ ♪ This is a cemetery ♪ ♪ Oops my bad ♪ ♪ They’re both green lawns ♪ ♪ One’s eighteen holes ♪ ♪ One’s a whole four one ♪ ♪ But now my golf cart’s dead ♪ ♪ Do you have jumper cables? ♪ ♪ And while you’re at it ♪ ♪ Why don’t you show me your Naples ♪ ♪ Show me your Naples ♪ ♪ Fort Misery Nap ♪ ♪ Down the cape in the rock ♪ ♪ Show me your Naples ♪ ♪ Got the beaches on fleek ♪ ♪ Grandparents on lock ♪ ♪ Show me your Naples ♪ ♪ Giving that shine ♪ ♪ To the two three nine ♪ ♪ Show me your Naples ♪ ♪ Show me yours ♪ ♪ I’ll show you mine ♪ ♪ Oh you know it’s on ♪ ♪ We got Brian Spina on the Captain’s Log ♪ ♪ Stop drop and laugh ♪ ♪ That’s how we do it in the present ♪ ♪ Never the past ♪ ♪ We goin’ to the future ♪ ♪ Right now ♪ ♪ We got y’all tunin’ in ♪ ♪ And how are you doin’ today ♪ ♪ It’s a nice day ♪ ♪ It’s a Thursday ♪ ♪ Oo-Wee hey ♪

Captain Brien: Now that’s a frickin’ intro, dude.

Eric Schwartz: That’s how we do it.

Captain Brien: I need that every time. Welcome to the Captain’s Log, guys. Eric Schwartz is live,

Eric Schwartz: What’s up, dude?

Captain Brien: What’s up, buddy.

Eric Schwartz: Two hands on the wheel.

Captain Brien: Love it. I know, I know, look, I’m gonna turn on auto-drive, so we’re good.

Captain Brien: We’re gonna be half-driving auto.

Eric Schwartz: You have a self-driving car already?

Captain Brien: A little bit-

Eric Schwartz: Already?

Captain Brien: A little bit.

Eric Schwartz: Already?

Captain Brien:It’ll do halfway.

Eric Schwartz: This is the biggest multitasker on the internet. He’s running a comedy club, he’s going live, he’s taking the comedian to radio, and he’s driving.

Captain Brien: They’re gonna have to pay attention to the road.

Eric Schwartz: Yeah, and driving a coffee.

Captain Brien: And drink.

Eric Schwartz: Yeah, and drink. I feel secure in this guy’s hands because I’ve watched him on the Captain’s Log, we were having a conversation on the way up here, and I went like this, I went like this: “Are we on the air right now?”

Captain Brien: It wasn’t live, it wasn’t.

Eric Schwartz: It wasn’t live, so I dropped my f-bombs.

Captain Brien: You keep it smooth though.

Eric Schwartz: Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Captain Brien: So we were just talking about this, you literally haven’t, this is the first appearance-

Eric Schwartz: On the Captain’s Log, yes.

Captain Brien: On the show, and we’ve been working together for, what?

Eric Schwartz: I think I was maybe in your first year you ever did comedy.

Captain Brien: Yeah, so like 14 years we’ve been together.

Eric Schwartz: Yeah, when you were in Marco Island. Fourteen years? Has it been fourteen years? Dude, we’re getting old.

Eric Schwartz: What?

Captain Brien: We’re getting old.

Eric Schwartz: Oh my god.

Captain Brien: Yeah, it’s been a while. Hey Kelsey, what’s up? Hey Mary, how’re you guys doing? Thank you for watching. Eric Schwartz is our guest. Tell them how they can find you on Instagram and Facebook, because you post amazing content, you’re a multi-medium.

Eric Schwartz: Multi-comedian.

Captain Brien: Oh, I got it wrong.

Eric Schwartz: No, it’s okay.

Captain Brien: It’s something you made up, ’cause that’s not in the English Dictionary.

Eric Schwartz: No, not yet, not yet.

Captain Brien: Yeah, it’s coming.

Eric Schwartz: Yeah, but multi-media meets comedy, that’s the show that I’m doing at the moment, it’s a really fun show, music, as you just saw, visuals, as you will see in the future, and stand-up comedy. At the base it’s stand-up comedy, and then it bridges off into all these cool fun things. But you can find me on Instagram, @eeericschwartz, with three e’s, e-e-e-r-i-c s-c-h-w-a-r-t-z-

Captain Brien: So fun to watch, guys, always doing something creative, something original. How’d you get into comedy?

Eric Schwartz: I started, actually, on the pool deck with my swim buddies, and I loved SNL, I loved stand-up, and I would recite other peoples’ material to my friends in high school, and they were like, “You’re funny, you should be a comedian,” and I never really took it seriously, I was like “I don’t have any of my own material”, and I started writing stuff down, and when I got to college, I’ve always been like a self-starter, so I would put on my own shows in the dorms, and I did a-

Captain Brien: I always threw my own parties, too,

Eric Schwartz: Did you?

Captain Brien: So maybe that’s why I do the comedy club thing, ’cause I’m still having a party every weekend.

Eric Schwartz: It’s kind of an extension of your high school self.

Captain Brien: It is.

Eric Schwartz: Except now, your parents can come home, you’ll be fine. I saw your parents last night at the club.

Captain Brien: They’re awesome, they’re there every night, they never not laugh.

Eric Schwartz: They’re awesome.

Captain Brien: They love every joke, even if they see it 10 times.

Eric Schwartz: I would come here, honestly, I would come here even if I weren’t performing for your restaurant.

Captain Brien: Thanks, man.

Eric Schwartz: It is so-

Captain Brien: I appreciate that.

Eric Schwartz: Because your mom’s key lime pie?

Captain Brien: The best.

Eric Schwartz: Dude, can I send one of those home?

Captain Brien: You can .

Eric Schwartz: Can I really?

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Captain Brien: For real? Yeah, we’re good, I’ll send you home with some key lime pie, some vodka, some rum, you’ll be Captain Brian all around.

Eric Schwartz: I talk about it so much, my girlfriend, sorry ladies, my girlfriend-

Captain Brien: Yeah, he’s taken, ladies.

Eric Schwartz: I felt-

Captain Brien: Damn! Talk about a buzzkill on the Log, bro.

Eric Schwartz: I’m sorry, dude.

Captain Brien: That’s horrible.

Eric Schwartz: I just- She likes when I talk about her now because it was getting crazy.

Captain Brien: Too much.

Eric Schwartz: It was too much.

Captain Brien: They want the baldness.

Eric Schwartz: Is that what it is?

Eric Schwartz: Yeah, this is, I mean, people do want to touch this, you know? They want this in their lives, and-

Captain Brien: All up in their lives.

Eric Schwartz: But to be honest, you don’t know, as a bald guy, you don’t have a problem-

Captain Brien: I’m getting there, I could be close. I’m trying to save it, though, I’ve been doing all kinds of stuff.

Eric Schwartz: Really?

Captain Brien: Yeah, I did the injections, the PRP, where they take the white blood cells out of your blood, and they put it back in.

Eric Schwartz: Really?

Captain Brien: Yeah, yeah, yeah, I’m doing it, man.

Eric Schwartz: Wow, stem cells and the like, is that what that is?

Captain Brien: Well, it’s the PRP, it’s the white blood cells, yes, of your blood, which is the healing power, and it’s like magic for everything.

Eric Schwartz: Oh my god!

Captain Brien: We can do everything these days.

Eric Schwartz: Can they put them in your eyes?

Captain Brien: They put them in literally your joints, they put them in your junk, anywhere they put ’em, it helps it.

Eric Schwartz: Oh my, wow!

Captain Brien: Yeah, yeah.

Eric Schwartz: These are sealed over, though, there’s no coming back.

Captain Brien: Yeah, that’s waxed.

Eric Schwartz: Yeah, this is waxed, this is like if you’ve laminated paper, there’s no way you can get it out. But, I mean, people want to touch it all the time, and I know that you feel like it has magical powers or something, it doesn’t, like you’re not gonna feel it and be like “I felt a kick!”

Captain Brien: Nah, it’s not like a baby.

Eric Schwartz: It’s not like a baby.

Captain Brien: It looks so smooth, though!

Eric Schwartz: It does, it does, it looks smooth, it is smooth-

Captain Brien: I wouldn’t look as good-

Eric Schwartz: I just shaved it.

Captain Brien: As you, though, if I shaved, if I went bald, there’s no way I could pull it off, I don’t think, so I’m worried.

Eric Schwartz: You’d be fine! You’d be fine. As long as you don’t have a pug handle-

Captain Brien: Yeah, I don’t, I don’t have that. Do they get that from, is that like a muscle, fat, or just inherited?

Eric Schwartz: I don’t know, it’s just-

Captain Brien: I don’t have that.

Eric Schwartz: Sometimes, yeah, people just get like a pug pattern.

Captain Brien: What if they have a couple? Like it’s kind of cute to look at a couple.

Eric Schwartz: It is.

Captain Brien: A couple rolls in the back?

Eric Schwartz: I feel like I wanna take those guys and pick them up by the back of their necks.

Captain Brien: But they’re usually kind of big dudes.

Eric Schwartz: Yeah, they are.

Captain Brien: You never see a little dude with a bunch of little-

Eric Schwartz: You really don’t. Like Brad Williams? That’s be cute.

Captain Brien: We love Brad.

Eric Schwartz: Shoutout to Brad.

Captain Brien: Didn’t we do a show with Brad here with you or no?

Eric Schwartz: I don’t know, we used to do a lot of shows together, like in LA, the format is a little different with standup, where you do what’s called showcase style, and it’s like a bunch of people on a show, and we used to do a ton of shows together, and always really funny, and then his first special, I was doing interviews, it was at a comedy festival, and if you look at his first special, I think I’m in the intro interviewing him.

Captain Brien: Oh really?

Eric Schwartz: Like for a second.

Captain Brien: That’s awesome, that’s like your big credit?

Eric Schwartz: Yeah, that’s my credit.

Captain Brien: That’s your cred, dog, street cred.

Eric Schwartz: That’s my cred.

Captain Brien: You got another song you wanna play for me?

Eric Schwartz: Yeah, let’s do it.

Captain Brien: This guy can sing, he can dance, he can rap, he can give you tech support.

Eric Schwartz: That’s true.

Captain Brien: Right?

Eric Schwartz: I represent for the underrepresented.

Captain Brien: It’s what it is.

Eric Schwartz: I feel that myself, and there’s a lot of hip-hop that I love, but it doesn’t represent everybody, like every song you hear about women is always about women with big butts, which is great-

Captain Brien: I cannot lie.

Eric Schwartz: I can’t lie, right? My anaconda don’t want none unless you got buns, hon.

Captain Brien: Hey, Mandy, Jose, what’s happening? So before you start the song, I want to tell you that, one, I think you’re my sister’s and my niece’s favorite comic.

Eric Schwartz: Serious?

Captain Brien: Yeah, my sister, Charlene, and my niece Ariana, they were texting me this morning, “Oh my god, Eric’s in town! “That’s so great! “When is he coming back?”, they told me-

Eric Schwartz: Already?

Captain Brien: Your number one fans,

Eric Schwartz: Okay.

Captain Brien: No, before I bought you in.

Captain Brien: Number one fans, they actually fanboy on you, and they made me bring you back.

Eric Schwartz: Nice!

Captain Brien: Not that I wasn’t gonna, but they were begging, like, “When is he coming back? “We have to have him.” They love the songs, so hit me with a beat.

Eric Schwartz: Okay, so this one is for all the girls that don’t have the big butts, okay? You’re a flat booty girl in a fat booty world, this one is for you. ♪ Flat booty girl in a fat booty world ♪ ♪ She’s a flat booty girl in a fat booty world ♪ I learned this dance right here from 2 Chainz, you know 2 Chainz?

Captain Brien: Yeah, that’s how it is?

Eric Schwartz: Yeah. ♪ No tushy ♪ ♪ No booty ♪ ♪ No buttocks ♪ ♪ No bottom ♪ ♪ Flat like an iPad ♪ ♪ Apple bottom ♪ ♪ Don’t get me wrong ♪ ♪ I love ’em big and round ♪ ♪ But when she droppin’ low ♪ ♪ She got the same curves as the ground ♪ ♪ Sometimes I get tired ♪ ♪ That girl sat on my jacket ♪ ♪ It came out ironed ♪ ♪ She save a lot of space ♪ ♪ Without the big ol’ booty ♪ ♪ Her butt fits in a cup holder at the movies ♪ ♪ She got a shinin’ like a tiny diamond ♪ ♪ Took as long to find it ♪ ♪ As it took to find Bin Laden ♪ ♪ She got me reaching for the bee sting ♪ ♪ Makin’ g-strings out of tea string ♪ ♪ She makin’ skinny jeans baggy ♪ ♪ Lady where that ass be ♪ ♪ Makin’ Paris Hilton ♪ ♪ Look like Kim Kardashi ♪ ♪ And when she bent over for a spanking ♪ ♪ I thought she was blanking ♪ ♪ ‘Cause she’s a flat booty girl ♪ ♪ In a fat booty world ♪ ♪ Flat booty girl ♪ ♪ In a fat booty world ♪ ♪ Jew Chainz ♪ That’s me, Jew Chainz, all right.

Captain Brien: That’s a good jam.

Eric Schwartz: Thanks, it’s for everybody. ♪ I’m talkin’ white girls ♪ ♪ Black girls ♪ ♪ Especially my Asians ♪ ♪ Bring that flat booty to ♪

Captain Brien: I like this.

Eric Schwartz: ♪ This caucasian ♪ ♪ Latin girls with no curves ♪ ♪ Mommy let me see your ♪ ♪ Damila ♪ ♪ Damila ♪ ♪ Damilas tortillas ♪ ♪ Middle Eastern girls ♪ ♪ If your figure ain’t the fullest ♪ ♪ Bring me the pita ♪ ♪ I got the hummus ♪ ♪ All around the world ♪ ♪ We’re making it flatter ♪ ♪ You got the pancakes ♪ ♪ I got the batter ♪ ♪ Flat booty girl ♪ ♪ In a fat booty world ♪ That’s for all y’all.

Captain Brien: That’s right.

Eric Schwartz: Out there.

Captain Brien: Any booty’s a good booty.

Eric Schwartz: Any booty’s a good booty.

Captain Brien: I don’t have to hate on a booty if it’s not big. I’m not a big booty guy.

Eric Schwartz: You’re not?

Captain Brien: No, no.

Eric Schwartz: Too much butt?

Captain Brien: Too much butt is too much for me.

Eric Schwartz: Too much for you, I like all kinds of booty. If you have a big butt, don’t think that I don’t like you.

Captain Brien: Yeah, I mean I like big butts, and I cannot lie.

Eric Schwartz: Don’t lie.

Captain Brien: A small butt’s still good, like I’m not gonna hate on a little booty.

Eric Schwartz: It’s what’s inside the butt- oh no, that doesn’t really make sense.

Captain Brien: No, it’s not .

Eric Schwartz: Not really.

Captain Brien: April, what’s what’s goin’ on? Mandy, thank you for watching. Smooth E, AKA Eric Schwartz, Off the Hook Comedy Club this weekend, he’s on the Captain’s Log right now, guys, let us know where you’re watching from, your favorite comedian-rapper ever, I know. So do you write these lyrics all the time?

Captain Brien: What do you do?

Eric Schwartz: Yes, so, like, for example, the Naples song that I did-

Captain Brien: You were like “Yo, B, “I’m gonna write a-” I don’t know if you really said “Yo, B-”

Eric Schwartz: Yeah, I did.

Captain Brien: You did? I tried to make that sound cool.

Eric Schwartz: When you said it-

Captain Brien: You were like, “Hey, I wanna write a song about Naples “and what should I say?”, and I gave you a couple hints, and then you, dude, you blew it up, you ran with it. You showed everyone your Naples.

Eric Schwartz: I just showed my Naples. I just showed my Naples. So I research it, like I ask people who live in the city, I’ve done probably about a dozen of these songs about places-

Captain Brien: It’s a great date, too.

Eric Schwartz: Thank you.

Captain Brien: I’m one to promote, but then everyone wants to get behind it, because you’re talking about their town!

Eric Schwartz: That’s what I want,

Captain Brien: Genius!

Eric Schwartz: Thank you, I wanna show love for the places that I’m performing, and, you know, ingratiate myself into your graces, and I really do hope that you like it and I can represent it, and I wanna get those things that only people that live there would know, you know? That’s why I do research on the internet, but then I also ask people that live there what is the gist of the town, you know?

Captain Brien: I got people watching right now from Palm Springs, Cali-

Eric Schwartz: Wow, I live near there.

Captain Brien: Homer, New York, right? Mandy’s watching, let’s see-

Eric Schwartz: San Diego, cool!

Captain Brien: Aaron’s in San Diego. And yeah, guys, what’s happening, thanks for watching, we’re in Naples, Florida. This ain’t a bad place to live though, huh?

Eric Schwartz: No, it’s great, I love it. I was in San Diego, I was just in San Diego, I flew to visit my mom and my stepfather in Mexico-

Captain Brien: What part of Mexico?

Eric Schwartz: They live in a city called San Miguel De Allende.

Captain Brien: I was gonna say that,

Eric Schwartz: You were gonna say that?

Captain Brien: That was my first guess.

Eric Schwartz: Yeah, after Cancun? But it’s in the middle of the country in a state called Guanajuato.

Captain Brien: Oh, wow. Do they have good tapatio?

Eric Schwartz: Oh man, they got better than tapatio, they’ve got- the salsa there, I didn’t care what my stomach said, I just kept eating the salsa.

Captain Brien: Really?

Eric Schwartz: It was delicious, yeah.

Captain Brien: The tomatoes, they’re raised in Immokalee, right here in Immokalee, Florida, I wonder if they’re shipped to Mexico to make all those beautiful salsas.

Eric Schwartz: I think they might have tomatoes down there.

Captain Brien: They got their own tomatoes.

Eric Schwartz: They might have their own tomatoes down there.

Captain Brien: That’s probably the only other place that literally competes with Immokalee. You know that most of the tomatoes in the whole world come from there?

Eric Schwartz: Really?

Captain Brien: As well as oranges.

Eric Schwartz: Like romas?

Captain Brien: No, we do, I forget which ones we grow, exactly, but you guys can tell us, maybe, which ones we grow here in Immokalee, but we grow juicing oranges, and as the smog covers the road , I don’t know what just happened.

Eric Schwartz: There’s a truck that’s vaping.

Captain Brien: Like vaping on fire, obviously. But we grow juicing oranges, and we grow tomatoes.

Eric Schwartz: Cool.

Captain Brien: Like, for the whole world.

Eric Schwartz: I feel like I want Immokalee to grow broccoli, just for the rhyme. That’s the rhyme nerd in me.

Captain Brien: That would be great, yeah. That would be great, it really would.

Eric Schwartz: So I speak Spanish, and when I went down there, it was like I thought I spoke Spanish-

Captain Brien: Did you grow up speaking Spanish in your house?

Eric Schwartz: A little bit, but you know, just basic stuff, but I studied it in school, and then I learned the cultural stuff from my stepdad, and now I have this series called “Cultura”-

Captain Brien: Right, which is awesome.

Eric Schwartz: Aw, thanks, man.

Captain Brien: And dude, so I was just thinking you were just really smart and a really good actor, but now it’s like in the family. I can’t give you all the props but that is so funny when you do the mariachi and stuff.

Eric Schwartz: Oh, you saw the mariachi?

Captain Brien: Yeah, dude, great!

Eric Schwartz: So I have this video where I sing mariachi in a Mexican restaurant karaoke night, and I do this really tongue-twistery song, I’ll do a little sample of it, it’s called “El aventurero”:

Captain Brien: When you went off in the restaurant with that song, people were like “This dude really knows it?”

Eric Schwartz: They were like “What?” So the first time I heard that song was where my mom lives, in San Miguel de Allende-

Captain Brien: And how did you learn that song?

Eric Schwartz: I heard it, I’m like “That sounds really hard. “That sounds hard to sing. “I’m gonna learn it.” And I just-

Captain Brien: That is the nerd in you.

Eric Schwartz: Repetition, repetition, when I’m driving around, I’ll be playing songs in my car, and I try to do it, so here’s my method, I have one, I call it “training wheels”, okay, where it’s like the song with the lyrics on it, like for example, I’ll do it for you right now.

Captain Brien: Okay, let’s go.

Eric Schwartz: Here’s “Show Me Your Naples” here’s my training wheels song, ready?

Captain Brien: Here we go, we’re bringing it home.

Eric Schwartz:♪ Dripping in a downward spiral ♪ ♪ I need advice, hit up TripAdvisor ♪ See, it has the words on it, training wheels. ♪ Happiest place in the whole U.S. ♪ And then eventually, I’m like this: ♪ I’m sad, dripping in a downward spiral ♪ ♪ I need advice ♪ Instrumental! ♪ TripAdvisor ♪ ♪ Lookin’ for a place to get me out of this mess ♪ ♪ Southwest Florida ♪ ♪ Southwest Florida ♪ ♪ Southwest Florida, is it true ♪

Captain Brien: When the beat drops.

Eric Schwartz:♪ The land of the surfers ♪ ♪ And the white hairdos ♪ ♪ The leaves don’t change ♪ ♪ But the license plates do ♪ ♪ Where they invite reptiles into the swimming pools ♪ ♪ Oh those crazy golden gaters ♪ ♪ They be wrestling with gators ♪ Et cetera.

Captain Brien: Dude, it’s just so dope! If I could rap or sing or play an instrument, I would just go around rapping everywhere. I would just be like “Ah, there’s Captain B, he’s rapping again.”

Eric Schwartz: I’m not using my powers like I should.

Captain Brien: You should, you should.

Eric Schwartz: ♪ From now on, it’s on. ♪ ♪ It’s like a sauna ♪ ♪ And I’m just gonna ♪ ♪ Rap every word I can ♪ ♪ Everywhere I slam ♪ ♪ Everywhere I am ♪ ♪ Bam ♪

Captain Brien: I would just be like spittin’ lyrics everywhere, dude. It would be off.

Eric Schwartz: It would be off.

Captain Brien: Then it wouldn’t be fair to the other dudes-

Eric Schwartz: It really wouldn’t.

Captain Brien: It’d be like, “Aw, Captain B’s rapping again”.

Eric Schwartz: “Why is the Captain rappin’?”

Eric Schwartz: Yeah, yeah, you know. ♪ The rappin’ cap’n ♪ ♪ The rappin’ cap’n ♪ ♪ The rappin’ cap’n ♪

Captain Brien: All right, guys, we’re gonna wrap this up, speaking of rapping.

Eric Schwartz: All right.

Captain Brien: We’re gonna be on B1039, Big Momma and the Wild Bunch-

Eric Schwartz: Oh, all up in my own-

Captain Brien: Getting us on right now, You forgot he was in town this weekend, Lindsey, hello, don’t you dare forget about Smooth E, nobody forgets Smooth E.

Eric Schwartz: Nobody forgets, Lindsey.

Captain Brien: God.

Eric Schwartz: Monastery.

Captain Brien: The baldness is just life-changing.

Eric Schwartz: I tried to an impression of Big Mama, and it really hurt my voice.

Captain Brien: Did it?

Eric Schwartz: I went like this: “Hey, it’s Big Mama and the Wild Bunch.” Right?

Captain Brien: And then you had to wet your whistle?

Eric Schwartz: And I was like “Aw man, I can’t hack that.”

Captain Brien: Hey guys, this is the Captain’s Log, we are gonna go live right now on B1039, we just left 1055 The Beat, and I’m happy to have our comedian Eric Schwartz performing live all weekend, Off the Hook Comedy Club, get your tickets at offthehookcomedy.com, but more importantly, my buddy now, I appreciate being a friend of yours-

Eric Schwartz: Dude, likewise.

Captain Brien: It’s been a long time now, and I thank you for always being there.

Eric Schwartz: Thank you.

Captain Brien: Keep the funny going, man.

Eric Schwartz: I love the show, thanks for having me on.

Captain Brien: We’re in, we’re out, we’re done.


Epsiode 261 Power Up Those Brain Waves!



Dr. Daller is back on the #naplescaptainslog dropping that knowledge on how to power up your brain waves and what you can be doing to prevent Alzheimer’s!

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Captain Brien: Dr.Dollar’s back with me today on the Captain’s Log we are going to train our brain. Let’s eat a healthy lifestyle, it’s gonna affect all of our brain waves and make it better, yes?

Dr. Daller: Absolutely.

Captain Brien: Did I even get that right or did I even say it right?

Dr. Daller: I’m not sure what you said–

Captain Brien: I’ve gotta get my own brain right.

Dr. Daller: And we’ll talk about that. What can you do to improve, you know Captain Brian, dementia, cognitive disfunction, Alzheimer’s disease. Everybody know somebody in their family that has that issue

Captain Brien: Yes.

Dr. Daller: And our goal is what can we do to delay that, what can we do to prevent that, the same as we talked the other day about diabetes. What can we do about prevention of Alzheimer’s. We know that there is no pill in the world, there’s no Aricept. When everybody’s talking about Aricept Aricept really doesn’t work. As a matter of fact, in my opinion and the research that I read about Aricept.

Captain Brien: But what about kingdogloben right, kingo?

Dr. Daller: Ginkgo biloba

Captain Brien: Yeah ginkgo biloba, see?

Dr. Daller: So again, let’s put a disclaimer in the front. There is not a single supplement, a single supplement by itself that will improve your cognition. Your ability to help that memory and everything else. And today we’ll talk about how simply, without spending much money doing it all at Whole Foods, Publix, Fresh Market or wherever you go shopping at the local stores. What can you eat? What king of exercise can you do? What kind of sleep do you, how much sleep do you need? What kind of social support? What kind of games and exercises and other things for your brain to improve that that you are not going to end up one of these people that are going to have Alzheimer’s or dementia. So again Captain Brian, Alzheimer’s by the year 2050 is going to be an epidemic in the Western world a significant amount of people have Alzheimer’s, Dementia, even early cognitive dysfunction. That you start forgetting names of people, you start forgetting where you put your keys, you start forgetting certain words. That you’re saying, “What is that, how do you say that” and you forget that and all this stuff has to do–

Captain Brien: It starts with dementia.

Dr. Daller: It starts with cognition, it starts with simple memory of simple words that you start forgetting. And later on it will develop to dementia and you can develop even Alzheimer’s. So you know we learned, when I was in medical school we said you know your brain stopped developing when you were 18 and after that your brain start deteriorating. And by the time your 85 your brain is like shriveled and there’s nothing there. And we learned that that’s wrong. That’s absolutely not true. Your brain does not stop growing. Your brain as a matter of fact when you exercise–

Captain Brien: It’s a muscle, correct?

Dr. Daller: No your brain as a matter of fact if you take your entire brain, 99% of your brain is made out of fat.

Captain Brien: Okay.

Dr. Daller: It’s all fat. So we’re going to talk today in this podcast how much fat, how fat is important. And we’re going to talk about cholesterol and good fat, omega 3 and all this stuff how important they are for our diet. And again we’re going to go back to sugar, how sugar, refined sugar specifically is really bad for you. So again, going back to exercise, and going back to the fact that your brain is growing, there is a part in your brain, two parts like this. It’s called hippocampus. Hippocampus from the Greek word “Hippos” meaning horse, and “Kampos” meaning–

Captain Brien: Yes

Dr. Daller: so hippocampus, so it looks like a sea horse in your brain you have two parts, right here. These are the temporal lobe, behind the temporal lobe–

Captain Brien: Is that the part that makes you horny too?

Dr. Daller: No, that’s not the part that makes you horny.

Captain Brien: What part is that?

Dr. Daller: I’ll talk that’s a different podcast Captain Brian I mean put a suspense for the audience.

Captain Brien: Okay okay.

Dr. Daller: That’s a different part.

Captain Brien: We’ll get back to the horny brain later.

Dr. Daller: Yes, hippocampus makes you remember when you are horny. So it has to do a lot with memory. So the hippocampus, we know that if you exercise and they did study on that, several studies on that when people exercise, improved blood flow to the hippocampus the hippocampus does grow in size.

Captain Brien: And this is from traditional exercising?

Dr. Daller: So, very good question. What kind of exercise? You need to break a sweat, you need your heart rate to go up. So you cannot go and lift weights. I lift weights but its not enough. You need to do high intensity. If you do lifting weight, your heart rate has to be high

Captain Brien: What’s my heart rate have to get to?

Dr. Daller: Good question, so you take 180 minus your age. And you’re about 25? How old are you now? 22?

Captain Brien: Exactly.

Dr. Daller: So 180 minus your age, that’s your heart rate that you have to keep for at least 30 minutes.

Captain Brien: Really?

Dr. Daller: Yes, minimum of 30 minutes. You have to keep that heart rate. So you know, 120, 130, 140 in that rage for you to break a good sweat to start–

Captain Brien: And keep it there for 30 minutes?

Dr. Daller: And keep it there for 30 minutes. And people do that. I’ve done it for an hour. I kept my heart rate at that level for one hour. I’ve kept it at 150 as a matter of fact for one hour. Because I’m younger than you are.

Captain Brien: That’s right .

Dr. Daller: That’s right.

Captain Brien: That’s right.

Dr. Daller: So again we talked about exercises, and again a lot of people, this is, the key Captain Brian that this is a preventable disease like diabetes, type 2 diabetes is a preventable disease

Captain Brien: It’s 100% preventable?

Dr. Daller: Well I wouldn’t say 100%. You know it’s like playing poker. You got some cards, you got some genes. So some people get the genes for Alzheimer’s There’s a certain gene, on certain alele in your chromosomes that has to do with Alzheimer’s. But having that gene it’s not a death sentence. It doesn’t mean you develop Alzheimer’s. You can alter those genes. You can improve things, you can, you know, your body is like a very expensive European car. And what you put in it, if you put 87 octane verses 97 octane it will run differently. So you cannot, there are two ways. One, to take 97 octane. Number two, is not to do bad things to that body. Not to destroy it. So not only to do the right thing, also to avoid the bad things. And that’s Segway here to–

Captain Brien: So physical activity,

Dr. Daller: Physical activity number one.

Captain Brien: The food we eat. Give me a couple of foods I’m gonna ask you one question real quick.

Dr. Daller: Absolutely.

Captain Brien: Give me some foods that I need to eat

Dr. Daller: Blueberries.

Captain Brien: Blueberries are great. They’re good for everything.

Dr. Daller: They are good for everything. Again, people ask me, “How do you know what’s good for you?” when you go to the supermarket. Whatever supermarket you pick, open your eyes and say what you are attracted to, what color you are attracted to The more colorful the fruits are the more colorful the vegetables are the better off you are. So they’re the same as when you go to the supermarket and you buy fish and you look “Wow, this salmon looks good,” or “this tuna looks good.” Because you look at the color, you look at the shape. You look at everything, the same with fruit. You smell it, you say “wow, this tomato smells good, color is good, I’m going to buy that.” Tomato has lycopene it’s very good for you. Blueberries has a lot of antioxidants, it’s very good. I’ll give you another example, anything with omega 3. Fish is very good for you.

Captain Brien: Yeah, fish.

Dr. Daller: What kind of fish?

Captain Brien: Salmon, right?

Dr. Daller: Salmon, nothing better than salmon. You know great, you know line caught salmon is fantastic for you.

Captain Brien: Let me ask you a question. So what about reading? Keeping your mind sharp. Does that have any affect on it?

Dr. Daller: Absolutely.

Captain Brien: It does.

Dr. Daller: So doing brain exercises are very, very important. So what I recommend for my patients, I recommend to pick up something new. So we all can read. Reading doesn’t cut it enough.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: So reading keep you sharp in reading realm but doing something new for example if Captain Brian says “My cognition is not as good,” start playing the piano because if you don’t know how to play the piano. Now you are going to pick up something new.

Captain Brien: You have to learn.

Dr. Daller: You have to learn. So reading, you already know how to read. It’s much much easier, something new. Or for example, drawing or any new sport. I mean if you don’t know how to play soccer go play some soccer, or do anything–

Captain Brien: What’s better, the physical activity or the the brain growth

Dr. Daller: Great question so there’s no one thing that is better than the other. I believe in you have to do the package deal. You have to do everything. So you cannot be a mediocre and say, “Well I want to do the minimum, “I just want to do a little bit.”

Captain Brien: So you can’t eat crapy and then work out and think this is gonna work.

Dr. Daller: It will never work. You have to do all of the above.

Captain Brien: Because I’m prone to it I believe because my grandmother had it for 13 years.

Dr. Daller: Sure.

Captain Brien: So, it was terrible in my family

Dr. Daller: Of course.

Captain Brien: Because we actually took care of her for all those years. My parents basically dedicated their whole 13 years of their life during that time.

Dr. Daller: Impressive.

Captain Brien: And took care of her everyday.

Dr. Daller: Impressive.

Captain Brien: So I know, the negative affects. And to prevent it, that’s important.

Dr. Daller: So again, let’s rehash here. So exercise is extremely important. Keeping your heart rate high, you know. 3 times a week is the minimum, minimum, minimum that you should do. four times a week is even better. I do an hour, you can do half an hour and that’s going to be good enough. The next thing you do is diet, what to diet. So, we talked about berries, we talked about fish with omega 3, high omega 3 fish and we talked about, we didn’t talk about but we are going to mention walnuts and all those nuts. So variety of nuts, specifically walnuts. And number four is coffee. We talked about it in this podcast many times. Coffee is very good for you. It’s an antioxidant. Study after study show when you look at kids and when you look at adults, they drink coffee. If I give you a cup of coffee and make you take a test. And I don’t give you the cup of coffee, you’re going to do better when you drink that cup of coffee.

Captain Brien: Really, because you’re sharper?

Dr. Daller: Absolutely, you’re sharper. So it’s coffee. Don’t let any doctor tell you that coffee is bad for you. That’s an old school medicine. You have to find yourself a new doctor that is progressive, that is up to par, that understand it. You know what.

Captain Brien: Is it coffee or is it caffeine?

Dr. Daller: No it’s not just the caffeine. There’s other things in coffee, caffeine is one of them but in tea, you have thiamine, you have other things in tea as well that is very good for you. So as an antioxidant overall but again, you drink coffee, drink good coffee. Don’t go and buy, if you buy a bucket that costs a $1.50 at Publix that’s not good coffee.

Captain Brien: You’re right, not chock-full.

Dr. Daller: Right.

Captain Brien: You can’t have the chock-full of coffee.

Dr. Daller: You cannot have that. And you cannot, decaf doesn’t work. So decaf there’s chemicals in decaf. Really, you’re better off drinking water any day than decaf.

Captain Brien: Okay.

Dr. Daller: So again, coffee is extremely important. Then vegetables. When you go to the super market, green leafy vegetables fantastic for you. Fruits, different type of fruits, fantastic for you. Don’t let anybody tell you that there’s too much sugar in fruits. Again this is old school. I’m not saying you should eat 10 bananas. But having berries, having blueberries, raspberries–

Captain Brien: Is one banana okay a day?

Dr. Daller: Half banana is better for you.

Captain Brien: Half?

Dr. Daller: You really don’t… Half a banana.

Captain Brien: Not a whole banana.

Dr. Daller: Not a whole banana for you.

Captain Brien: Damn, you cut me down.

Dr. Daller: A small banana, the mini bananas. They’re more expensive but yeah

Captain Brien: They’re good for you, all right. Now I take cholesterol medicine. And I heard that’s really bad because that does what?

Dr. Daller: Right, so I don’t like you know, I’m the doctor that is against medicine. You know, I’m the outsider so I don’t like–

Captain Brien: But it’s inherited, my cholesterol as a kid was 400.

Dr. Daller: And I get it, some people need it but overall cholesterol is not a bad thing. Cholesterol is the firefighter that comes to the rescue. So cholesterol wins, people when we do surgery on people that had car accidents or heart attack and we look at the heart and we say where there’s a plaque there’s cholesterol there, there’s the position of things there. You know, cholesterol came to the rescue. So it’s, you know somebody said before that. It’s cholesterol is like, there’s a fire and you’re blaming the firefighter.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: You know what I’m saying? You don’t blame the firefighter, the cholesterol is the firefighter. So, again cholesterol is the central, cholesterol is the backbone of the testosterone. Cholesterol is the backbone of estrogen. Cholesterol is the backbone of vitamin D. It is extremely, extremely important. And the problem is and we saw that you know on this anti-cholesterol medication that if you look at the label, it will say, “It will impair your cognition.” If you read the label carefully it will say it and why is that, because it also block the cholesterol entering into your brain. And we need that we talked about it the brain is, majority of the brain is fat.

Captain Brien: But I take it CoQ10, does that help? That’s a, is that a myth or what?

Dr. Daller: It is, there’s no–

Captain Brien: And then the fish oil.

Dr. Daller: Fish oil is important. So omega 3, fish oil are important but again the best source of fish oil is salmon.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: I mean you really don’t need to take pills. You know a lot of people take vitamin E as an anti-inflammatory medication. I don’t think you should take vitamin E. You can take all the anti-inflammatory from your fuel, from the food you are getting. So taking supplements instead of getting, if you are healthy and I know you Brian you eat very healthy. You eat very clean. You are not a guy that eats processed food.

Captain Brien: I try.

Dr. Daller: You try, you do your best and from time to time you have a cheat day but that’s okay majority of the time you really take very good care of yourself.

Captain Brien: Yeah,

Dr. Daller: And again, I know you don’t eat leftovers And everybody knows that, it was like a slogan for Captain Brian, “He doesn’t eat leftovers.” And you know that idea about leftovers it has to be more processed food with leftovers for it to stay good for the next day.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: So by definition you shouldn’t be eating leftovers. That’s fantastic that you don’t eat leftovers. So again we talked about exercise, we talked about food. We talked about, next we’re going to talk about sleep. So what happens when you sleep? Just think about your brain as your iPhone. When your iPhone is acting up, what do they tell you when you go to the apple store? They tell you shut if off completely. Reset it, 3 minutes. Reset it and its all of a sudden it’s working again. Your brain needs a little bit more than 3 minutes as that needs a rest. There is something called beta-amyloid. Beta-amyloid are the position in the brain of people who have Alzheimer’s and we need a mechanism to clear that. And sleep is the time that we are cleaning the house so that’s very important. So again, sleep is important. How much sleep somebody should have? Seven hours is probably ideal. Do I get seven hours every night? Absolutely no, unfortunately I don’t. I wake up very early. My brain is set up differently but ideally seven to eight hours.

Captain Brien: What happens when you wake up automatically?

Dr. Daller: I do, wake up automatically.

Captain Brien: Does that mean you’ve had enough sleep for your brain or not?

Dr. Daller: It depends on your stress level. If you wake up automatically because well, I need to go, I need to do stuff and your brain does not have time to, you know about how much your brain has to do the time that you sleep help you with memory. So it solidify things in your brain. You know when I was in medical school I used to take a quick nap, a 20 minutes nap in the library to remember things because all of a sudden all the stuff that I read solidified in my brain. And we know that people they read a book just before they go to bed and that time they remember all the stuff the next day

Captain Brien: Yup, yup, isn’t that also a technique they use when they either torture people they don’t let them sleep.

Dr. Daller: That’s right, that’s right. You always say I like where it’s going. I like where it’s going.

Captain Brien: Right so if they’re trying to get some information out of you, the police interrogation they just wear you down 24 hours.

Dr. Daller: Right, they keep you on and they put bad music

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: Bad music.

Captain Brien: They get you going.

Dr. Daller: They get you going.

Captain Brien: So for the Alzheimer’s right now, how do they actually diagnose it?

Dr. Daller: Very good question, so we do a test. So we have different type of forms we ask the patient to do a test. We show them some pictures of different people and we say you know, “This guy’s name is Brian Spina, this guy is Mayor Dollar, this guy is this,” we’ll show them 10 cards and we’ll let them look at them and then we say, we show them a picture of Brian Spina we’ll say “Who is this guy?” And if they say Mayor Dollar, we have a problem here. Or if they say “I don’t remember,” we have a problem.

Captain Brien: What if they had ADD like me and they can’t remember shit in the first place?

Dr. Daller: But a lot of people have difficulty with that

Captain Brien: Yeah

Dr. Daller: But you have to remember some of the names because you cannot tell me you didn’t remember 10 of the pictures, none of them you remember because when we look at somebody we say “Okay, Brian Spina has a mole,” by the way Brian Spina does not have a mole for those who are listening.

Captain Brien: Maybe on my butt.

Dr. Daller: So we look at that mole and we say “Spina has a mole.” We have some pneumonic, we have connection, we put it together. We say Spina is the guy with those sunglasses and we look at those sunglasses, say “That’s Brian Spina.” So we have ways to recognize when you look at I don’t know Ringo Starr for example You look at Ringo Starr, you say “I know this guy, this guy is Ringo Starr,” How do you know if Elton John? I know he has this earring and this clothes, and he has this sunglasses, this is Elton John. That’s how we remember, that’s why a lot of people today have problem with memory because we rely on Google. Let’s say Brian is going to ask me a question, I google it. I think that it’s in my brain, it’s not in my brain.

Captain Brien: Herum says he’s 54 and he’s forgetting a lot right now, what can he do?

Dr. Daller: Yeah, so I would start with diet, so that’s very important what we talked about. Start eating healthy, go to the super market buy plenty of vegetables, plenty of fruit. Red meat only once a week. If you have red meat, healthy red meat, organic food. All the stuff we talked about in this show, then have some walnuts, drink a cup of coffee or two a day.

Captain Brien: Just walnuts or almonds, cashews, anything?

Dr. Daller: Walnuts are the best.

Captain Brien: ‘Cause they have the most oil, right?

Dr. Daller: Correct, they’re more oily. But Peanuts are the worst in that category.

Captain Brien: Peanuts are terrible for you, aren’t they?

Dr. Daller: Correct.

Captain Brien: Is peanut good for anything?

Dr. Daller: I don’t know. It’s better so you know I always look at the alternative. If you’re having peanuts verses I don’t know cheetos,

Captain Brien: Chips?

Dr. Daller: So peanuts beat Cheetos. But it’s not overall its not great.

Captain Brien: It’s the worst lagoon.

Dr. Daller: Correct, it’s the worst lagoon. But it’s not overall, in life it’s about choices.

Captain Brien: He lost 85 pounds recently Herum.

Dr. Daller:Congratulations, that’s fantastic.

Captain Brien: Very nice work, great job.

Dr. Daller: Beautiful.

Captain Brien: You should post tell us how you did it, that’s interesting, good job. But, yeah we wanna get him on the right track now. Get his brain healthy.

Dr. Daller: Right so brain healthy again. Brain healthy is key because everything if you loose that’s the most important part of your body is that brain. If you loose that, everything else is irrelevant. So we have to keep that brain healthy. We have to fuel it. Again, think about it it’s an expensive European car.

Captain Brien: What about water, drinking a lot of water, does that help?

Dr. Daller: Water helps, but does not help overall. Hydration is extremely important. Hydration is important for all the toxins because after all our society, everything is full of toxins. So you do dilute the toxins by drinking a lot of water. But again, we talked about bottled water. We talked about xenoestrogen, remember. We had a podcast about that, that’s a great podcast, about xenoestrogen. so bottled water, I have a problem with bottled water. You know, these are the things that you have to pay attention for the little things, they make a big difference.

Captain Brien: And then in 10 to 20 years they’ll let us know that that was bad for us.

Dr. Daller: I don’t know if they even will let us know.

Captain Brien: No?

Dr. Daller: I don’t know, it’s going to be much more than that. Because it’s all politicized and corrupt.

Captain Brien: All right guys well that was how to power up your brain. We want you guys to be healthy. We want you guys to tune in everyday of course but on Tuesdays ask the doctor. Dr. Dollar makes you holler. And he has all the answers to your questions. DM us, just send us a message guys. You can find him if you’d like on Instagram at…

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Captain Brien: We wanna make sure you guys are getting the information you want. Not just the topics that we wanna talk about so. We appreciate you tuning in, this is the Captain’s Log, we’re out and I’ll be back in tomorrow. Don’t miss us.


Episode 255 Allergy Awareness



Dr. Daller is back in the #naplescaptainslog to educate us on allergies! And Captain Brien tells us how he really feels about Soy!

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Captain Brien: Welcome back. On The Captain’s Log, Doctor Daller is back again. Tuesday, we’re here to talk about food allergies, which is also near and dear to my heart because I feel like I’m allergic to everything.

Dr. Daller: You know over the time people ask me, “How do you guys come up with those ideas?” of those topics that we come up with. So I give all the credit to Captain Brien. Captain Brien is really the producer of this show, and he is going online and looking at what people care about. What people ask Google. What people are looking at Facebook. What people are looking at Instagram. What people care about and what also affect us. I mean–

Captain Brien: Correct.

Dr. Daller: In this case, you know, food allergy–

Captain Brien: I just do this to make sure I get the best medical advice. That’s really all.

Dr. Daller: Free medical advice!

Captain Brien: Yeah, yeah.

Dr. Daller: So Captain Brien said, you know, I have food allergies. Can I say that to the audience?

Captain Brien: Yeah, yeah, no I have, good–

Dr. Daller: I have food allergies and, you know, I’m allergic to soy and and, you know, I have a special interest in that. So I did a lot of homework about it. I did a lot of research. I read a lot about food allergies and I wanted to deliver the best information to the audience.

Captain Brien: Good, I wanna hear it.

Captain Brien: Let’s hear it.

Dr. Daller: And, first of all, I want to tell the audience it’s extraordinarily common. That’s something I was surprised by because when we were kids, we didn’t hear about too many allergies. There was one kid that had a peanut allergy.

Captain Brien: Right

Dr. Daller: But today a lot of kids have peanut allergies. A lot of adults have different allergies from shellfish to fin fish, to pine nuts to regular nuts, to almonds. So it’s, to eggs, to milk.

Captain Brien: Yep.

Dr. Daller: So today we’re going to talk about what’s the difference between–

Captain Brien: Gluten! Everybody says they’re allergic to gluten.

Dr. Daller: Right to wheat specifically. So wheat overall they’re allergic to and some of them to gluten. So we’ll talk about some of the gluten issues. So gluten is not an allergy. It’s a big difference between allergic reaction–

Captain Brien: Correct

Dr. Daller: To intolerance.

Captain Brien: Because if you have an allergy, you have to be allergic to the protein, correct?

Dr. Daller: That’s correct. So but gluten itself is a–

Captain Brien: I know a little bit.

Dr. Daller: Look at that!

Captain Brien: This guy.

Dr. Daller: Look at that, Captain Brien is amazing. He is like an honorary doc. We should call him, hey doc!

Captain Brien: Hey!

Dr. Daller: And today we’ll talk about what’s the difference between intolerance. So, for example, there’s people that are saying, “Well, I can’t, I’m allergic to milk.” Are you lactose intolerant because you’re lacking an enzyme and you have a problem with that? Or you have a real allergic reaction, you get hives, you get diarrhea?

Captain Brien: In the milk, it’s the sugar that they can’t break down.

Dr. Daller: That’s correct.

Captain Brien: And the lactose–

Dr. Daller: For lactose intolerance, it’s the sugar that they cannot break down. So some people are truly allergic to cow’s milk and that’s a protein part.

Captain Brien: But not goat, right?

Dr. Daller: Not goat, that’s correct. How do you know this stuff?

Captain Brien: I know .

Dr. Daller: Captain Brien, I mean every time I’m amazed!

Captain Brien: See, I tell you what!

Dr. Daller: It’s unbelievable.

Captain Brien: And did you know that if you eat cheeses that are hard, dry aged, there’s no lactose in them.

Dr. Daller: That’s correct. That’s, I’m like, I’m impressed. I’m blown away.

Captain Brien: I’m here to impress you Doc.

Dr. Daller: I didn’t expect that at all. I mean I thought that you another comedian, but no. Scientific comedian.

Captain Brien: It’s not all good looks, you know what I mean?

Dr. Daller: That’s right, that’s right.

Captain Brien: Sometimes it’s a few brains mixed in.

Dr. Daller: So, Captain Brien. So people ask, you know, “How do you become allergic to a food, “to peanuts, for example, “or to shell fish or to anything else. “What’s the process?” How do you, do you know that or?

Captain Brien: I do not but I have a question, a follow up question for you.

Dr. Daller: Please, please.

Captain Brien: So, my question is, if you do have a peanut allergy,

Dr. Daller: Yes.

Captain Brien: Why couldn’t, over time, you can, you take a shot for peanuts and your body would not, would it not create–

Dr. Daller: Excellent, excellent, we’ll talk about that. We’ll talk about that.

Captain Brien: A tolerance for that?

Dr. Daller: We’ll talk about that. So, let’s start, I’ll answer that question quickly and then I’m going to expand a little bit more.

Captain Brien: Okay.

Dr. Daller: So when it comes to food allergies the only way out is to avoid that food. There’s no, unlike, you know, penicillin allergies that I can give you a little penicillin and you are going to develop tolerance to that.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: With food allergy, if you are allergic to soy, you should avoid soy.

Captain Brien: I try, but it’s in everything.

Dr. Daller: It’s very difficult.

Captain Brien: So, why do the FDA let you put soy in every single product?

Dr. Daller: Because only very small percent of the population is allergic to soy. So how many people are allergic, overall, to really truthful–

Captain Brien: Is it the seventh most deadliest allergen on the market?

Dr. Daller: When you have a true allergy, it’s deadly. So 1%, if you are one of the 1%, you can die from an anaphylactic reaction and you’re dead. If you are not making it to the hospital or you don’t have something called an EpiPen, or you take quickly, Benadryl. I mean, you develop an anaphylactic reaction, your blood pressure plummets, your heart rate goes up, your throat, you cannot breathe, you have rash all over your body and you die.

Captain Brien: And they’re irreversible sometimes–

Dr. Daller: Deadly.

Dr. Daller: I mean when you cannot breath, there’s no oxygen, you’re dead.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: So if you make it to the hospital or you have an EpiPen, sure. So a lot of those parents, you know, with kids, even with adults, they carry an EpiPen with them.

Captain Brien: Correct.

Dr. Daller: Okay.

Captain Brien: My daughter has one–

Dr. Daller: Or you carry some Benadryl.

Captain Brien: ‘Cause she’s allergic to ants.

Dr. Daller: Sure.

Captain Brien: One ant bite, blows up her whole body.

Dr. Daller: Sure, it’s a big deal. It’s a big deal. So how do you develop an allergy to a food. Captain Brien, for example, let’s use an example of an apple. Apple is not very common, not too many people are allergic to apple but when you take a bite of an apple, what happens? It goes into your mouth, it goes down your throat, it go to the digestive system. Your body decides whether it’s going to go and accept that.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: It’s going to give it a pass to absorb all the nutritions, all the chemicals, or whatever there is there that you are digesting. Or it is going to say, “Hey, this is a red alert. “We are not going to accept that. “This is going to be an allergen.” So the protein breakdown, in order to absorb them, the body is saying, “I’m going to accept that” or “I’m not going to accept that”. If it decide that something is not for you, that something is foreign, something is not acceptable, it will put a red tag on it and I don’t want to bore the audience but there is something called IgE-mediated and there are some cells in the body called mass cells.

Captain Brien: I’m going to call it a red tag cell.

Dr. Daller: The red tag cells. And inside that red tag cell there is something called histamine.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: And when those IgE binds on that mass cell they release histamine. You know, Benadryl is an anti-histamine. It blocks that histamine reaction. Same thing with epinephrin. You have a decrease of that histamine. Histamine is something that will give you the hives, will block your airways, will give you the heart rate that is going to go up, your blood pressure will go down. That’s what happens. That’s an anaphylactic reaction when your entire body, all the mass cells are producing. So this is deadly. People ask, you know, give us some example of true food allergies. So the most common true allergy, do you know what is the most common food allergy?

Captain Brien: Uh, dairy?

Dr. Daller: Shellfish.

Captain Brien: Shellfish, yes.

Dr. Daller: Shellfish is the most common but close enough.

Captain Brien: Okay.

Dr. Daller: That’s close enough, no it’s not. No, it’s not close enough but close enough, no. So shellfish is the most common. About 70% of people that have food allergy, which is about 15 million American. 1 in 15 American has some type of a true food allergy. So it’s extremely common. And we’ll talk later on why all of a sudden we’re in–

Captain Brien: I want to know, why?

Dr. Daller: Why.

Captain Brien: Why is there bigger and more allergies everyday?

Dr. Daller: And, you know, when you travel the world and you go to different places, you don’t see it. Today, I go to restaurants with my friend and everybody has a list of stuff to tell the chef, oh I can’t have those, don’t put me this, don’t put wheat and don’t put soy and don’t put that and don’t put that.

Captain Brien: You know what I think?

Dr. Daller: No.

Captain Brien: I think that, you know, you told me everybody has their own beliefs and their superstitions?

Dr. Daller: Right.

Captain Brien: And they know their own medical science?

Dr. Daller: Yeah.

Captain Brien: Mine is, is that, it’s because there’s soy in every single thing we eat that’s manufactured. Do you know why they put the soy in the manufacturing of most of the things?

Dr. Daller: No.

Captain Brien: Because the soy bean plant is so cheap to grow and it grows so fast, that there’s protein in the soy, right?

Dr. Daller: Right.

Captain Brien: Because it’s a bean.

Dr. Daller: Right.

Captain Brien: Right, so you get protein.

Captain Brien: So when you see a box of cookies, there is no protein in those cookies. Do you know how they get it? They put soybean oil in it.

Dr. Daller: Soy.

Captain Brien: To make the protein show on the back that there is some kind of protein for the FDA.

Dr. Daller: I see.

Captain Brien: Meanwhile, it’s killing everyone.

Dr. Daller: I see, that’s a very good hypothesis, that is not based–

Captain Brien: But it’s bullshit .

Dr. Daller: It’s not based on any science. I want the audience to understand. There is no–

Captain Brien: That’s exactly what I think, though.

Dr. Daller: There is no foundation whatsoever for what–

Captain Brien: Exactly.

Dr. Daller: Captain Brien said right now.

Captain Brien: Right .

Dr. Daller: But it sounds very intelligent.

Captain Brien: But it’s good.

Dr. Daller: It sounds very intelligent, has really no base in reality.

Captain Brien: But they do add the soy to bread, and everything else, to keep the ingredients soft.

Dr. Daller: So, I think–

Captain Brien: And it’s in all packaged and manufactured products.

Dr. Daller: I think you have some of the answers. Some of the answer is manufactured and packaged products.

Captain Brien: Yes.

Dr. Daller: So the idea here is processing. In the old days, a lot of people used to cook at home and even in restaurant it was fresh stuff. You know, you make salad, you cut the tomato, you do all this stuff.

Captain Brien: Correct.

Dr. Daller: Today it’s a lot of processed food because we want it to last a long time. The expiration on any box today is, like, 2027. I mean, stuff are going to survive, you know–

Captain Brien: Right, the apocalypse.

Dr. Daller: Nuclear bombs.

Dr. Daller: The apocalypse. I mean, when you have crazy stuff happening, nothing happen to these boxes. So I think it’s a lot of processing. I think it’s a lot in the environment. I think when you go travel the world, when you go to Greece for example, they make everything fresh–

Captain Brien: They have the Mediterranean diet.

Dr. Daller: The have Mediterranean diet.

Captain Brien: Everybody run to the Mediterranean.

Dr. Daller: And people and no don’t come with a list of stuff for the chef, I cannot eat this, I cannot have that, because you don’t see that, that much.

Captain Brien: But they also use 100% Olive Oil.

Dr. Daller: Yes.

Captain Brien: We can’t go and find Olive Oil in 90% of our foods.

Dr. Daller: That’s right.

Captain Brien: It’s all vegetable oil and the basis of the vegetable oil is soybeans.

Dr. Daller: That’s right.

Captain Brien: Again, because it’s cheap.

Dr. Daller: I know you are going back to soy and I know it’s very dear to you.

Captain Brien: I hate it!

Dr. Daller: But soy, I think, is part of the problem. I think, overall, the processing–

Captain Brien: Yes.

Dr. Daller: The fact that we are not using natural stuff is some of the problem. I mean, and again, we can go back. We did a show here, a podcast here, about plastic bottling and all the plastic stuff that we use.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: And BPA and all this stuff. It’s all related, it’s all connected somehow. Why do we have such an, why food allergies are now in the limelight? I think it’s environmental, some of it. I think some of it is genetic. I think some of it is lack of breastfeeding. You know, when a lot of the mothers now are working, they don’t have the time, it’s a big deal. So there are many, many. I don’t think they are going to do any studies because there is no money involved here.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: Don’t you understand?

Captain Brien: You always go back to money.

Dr. Daller: Because, unfortunately, that’s how capitalism work. How you going to do a study without money? You cannot do a study. Nobody will sponsor a study,

Captain Brien: But what if they come out with a pill, like they do with the Benadryl?

Dr. Daller: So, unlike, unlike, you know–

Captain Brien: And lactose, there’s no money in the lactose pill. You could buy a hundred of ’em for twenty bucks.

Dr. Daller: Yes but that’s different. So lactose intolerance pills are different than allergic reaction to peanuts. So with allergic reaction to peanuts your only way out is to avoid peanuts. There’s no treatment, there’s no pill, there is nothing you can do. You have to avoid peanuts. You have to avoid, if you are allergic to cashews, you have to avoid cashews. If you are allergic to shellfish, you have to avoid shellfish. And now, some people say, well my allergic reaction is very mild, like–

Captain Brien: They say, if you are allergic to almonds, you’re allergic to what?

Dr. Daller: If you are allergic to almonds you are allergic to all tree nuts. So, you’re allergic to cashews–

Captain Brien: So what’s the closest, the next closest thing is poison ivy right?

Dr. Daller: Is that right?

Captain Brien: That’s what they say, it’s just one–

Dr. Daller: Captain Brien, I mean today you prove it.

Captain Brien: One degree off and we have poison ivy.

Dr. Daller: Is that right?

Captain Brien: And so you’re very highly allergic to poison ivy and almonds are very bad for you as well.

Dr. Daller: Okay.

Captain Brien: ‘Cause I’m allergic to poison ivy as well.

Dr. Daller: I didn’t know that.

Captain Brien: Like, really bad.

Dr. Daller: I didn’t know that. A human being are very, very closely related to rabbits but we are not rabbits.

Captain Brien: This is true.

Dr. Daller: We are not rabbits.

Captain Brien: This is true.

Dr. Daller: So, again, the only way is to avoid, avoid all these allergens.

Captain Brien: Hi, Amy, Kelsey, Danielle. What’s going on ladies? Doctor Daller’s giving me the inside scoop today. You can find Doctor Daller at Revitalize Lounge. He’s in Fort Myers. The guy, not only does he do men’s and women’s well-being, sexual health, but he just, basically, will give you a beautiful diet. His facility’s amazing, I come every Tuesday, we do this show. This is The Captain’s Log. How can they find ya on Instagram?

Dr. Daller: Daller MD.

Captain Brien: Daller.

Dr. Daller: @dallermd.

Captain Brien: Let’s spell Daller.

Dr. Daller: Daller. D-A-L-L-E-R-M-D.

Captain Brien: Yes.

Dr. Daller: And on Instagram, on Facebook. You know, follow me and well, whatever you guys need or follow Captain Brien–

Captain Brien: You can DM both of us or whatever.

Dr. Daller: Absolutely.

Captain Brien: We’ll get you your questions out. We’ll answer ’em on The Captain’s Log. We love to hear what you guys have to say but today, it’s all about allergies.

Dr. Daller: And, again, if you guys have any topics that you guys want to talk about. You know, something interesting, something that you think everybody, not something very specific just for you. Something that everybody, you know, wants to ask and they’re embarrassed, or they’re not embarrassed and they want to know more, please, let us know. We would love to talk about all these topics. I mean, that’s what we do. Captain Brien is delivering here content that is remarkable and free!

Captain Brien: And free, I don’t charge for this.

Dr. Daller: Unbelievable.

Captain Brien: Can’t beat that.

Dr. Daller: Unbelievable.

Captain Brien: They say nothing’s free except water and air.

Dr. Daller: That’s right.

Captain Brien: The Captain’s Log’s free.

Dr. Daller: That’s right.

Captain Brien: That’s amazing.

Dr. Daller: That’s right.

Captain Brien: All right.

Dr. Daller: That’s right.

Captain Brien: So we were moving along on the process of finding out how these allergies started. You’re saying, basically, the environment. You’re saying that, what?

Dr. Daller: So I’m saying, for example, if you go to China very few Chinese are allergic to peanuts. So, I looked why? The Chinese, they put peanuts on everything.

Captain Brien: Everything.

Dr. Daller: Everything is peanuts.

Dr. Daller: So I did some research and I realized that the Chinese, they either deep fry their peanuts or they boil their peanuts. We dry fry them, so it–

Captain Brien: And what does that do? That breaks down the protein.

Dr. Daller: That, what?–

Captain Brien: Hey!

Dr. Daller: Captain Brien!

Captain Brien: So when you cook this–

Dr. Daller: The nature, the nature, the protein, break down the protein so when you cook it in the water, or anything like that, the protein go away. Some of them are denatured. There’s less allergens in them.

Captain Brien: And did you know that 100% of the oil that Chick-fil-A uses was peanut oil?

Dr. Daller: I didn’t know that.

Captain Brien: And so everyone that eats Chick-fil-A, they don’t die of peanuts, right?

Dr. Daller: Right.

Captain Brien: You know?

Dr. Daller: Because it’s deep fried there.

Captain Brien: Yeah, because they heat the peanut oil.

Dr. Daller: Yeah.

Captain Brien: It’s reyhydronated as well, right?

Dr. Daller: Yeah.

Captain Brien: So they take out the protein.

Dr. Daller: Amazing, I didn’t know that.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: Who else uses peanut oil, the burger place?

Captain Brien: Five Guys.

Dr. Daller: Five Guys.

Dr. Daller: The burger place.

Captain Brien: They use it.

Captain Brien: Five Guys and Chick-fil-A. And a little bit of knowledge is that Chick-fil-A went into panic mode when Five Guys started expanding and they said, hey, we’re going to figure out a different way to fry our stuff because if Five Guys is starting to use all of the peanut oil, it’s gonna to drive the price way up and we may have to look at something else.

Dr. Daller: Wow, I didn’t know that.

Captain Brien: Well a little bit of something, little bit of knowledge, see Doc.

Dr. Daller: That’s amazing, amazing. Normally, they say a little bit of knowledge is dangerous. Not in Captain Brien case.

Captain Brien: Yeah, yeah.

Captain Brien: I learned that at the Five Guys plant with the owner.

Dr. Daller: Really?

Captain Brien: Yeah, like I took the actual, like, I went to–

Dr. Daller: Where is it, where is the place?

Captain Brien:Um, we went to Washington in DC.

Dr. Daller: Yeah, wow, wow

Captain Brien: I took the whole three day course on how to open up a Five Guys and that’s one of the things they tell you. They were working on that as we speak, as the class was going on, is what they were doing was they were negotiating international pricing on peanut oils.

Dr. Daller: So, I let you into a secret. From time to time, I do go to Five Guys but don’t tell anybody.

Captain Brien: I used to love Five Guys.

Dr. Daller: Oh, it’s on live! It’s live on Facebook.

Captain Brien: So while we’re talking about Five Guys, we did a little study recently, me and my son.

Dr. Daller: Yeah.

Captain Brien: Because I like to have a big, thick burger.

Dr. Daller: Yeah.

Captain Brien: So I said what’s better? The triple, you know, you can get three?

Dr. Daller: Yeah, yeah.

Captain Brien: Not two.

Dr. Daller: Yeah.

Captain Brien: The standard is two, right?

Dr. Daller: Yeah.

Captain Brien: I said, “What’s better? “Maybe a triple or should I get two singles?” ‘Cause one doesn’t fill me up.

Dr. Daller: Right.

Captain Brien: So, I have to have two burgers at least or the triple. So, I did the triple and the ratio of meat to burger?

Dr. Daller: Yeah.

Captain Brien: Not as good as a single, as two singles.

Dr. Daller: Yeah.

Captain Brien: I prefer the two singles.

Dr. Daller: I agree with that. So I did, we went last week to Jimmy P’s.

Captain Brien: Oh yeah?

Dr. Daller: And I did the double. And I didn’t enjoy it as much as the single and I said next time I’m going to have two singles. And it’s funny.

Captain Brien: That’s true.

Dr. Daller: Yeah, it’s like–

Captain Brien: And then you gotta do extra cheese. I gotta have a cheese, like, cheese to beef ratio has to be proper, too.

Dr. Daller: Yeah.

Captain Brien: I’m very particular.

Dr. Daller: So if you eat a burger, eat a good burger.

Captain Brien: Yeah, absolutely.

Dr. Daller: And so that’s the point, I mean go, if you are —

Captain Brien: Because you can eat a cheap burger and it’s loaded with soy.

Dr. Daller: Correct.

Captain Brien: They use the soy protein.

Dr. Daller: Right.

Captain Brien: And it’s much cheaper than having actual protein from beef. So they add the soy to that and you’re getting garbage.

Dr. Daller: Yeah.

Captain Brien: You’re not getting meat.

Dr. Daller: Yeah.

Captain Brien: Absolutely.

Captain Brien: You’re getting chemicals.

Dr. Daller: So, yeah, so I love it. I enjoy Jimmy P’s. I enjoy, you know, Five Guys from time to time. Why not? We live only once.

Captain Brien: That’s right, you have to.

Dr. Daller: You have to enjoy that.

Captain Brien: And what did you do with the side orders at Jimmy P’s?

Dr. Daller: I had the sweet potato fries and–

Captain Brien: You went all in, Doc.

Dr. Daller: I went but, you know, when you go, when you have bacon.

Captain Brien: A cheat day?

Dr. Daller: You have to have drool. You have to drool when you eat it. If you go crazy, go all the way.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: Either don’t do it because it’s a waste.

Captain Brien: You get those calories.

Dr. Daller: No matter what.

Captain Brien: An extra thousand calories ain’t gonna kill ya.

Dr. Daller: No–

Captain Brien: After you go over the 800 meal calorie count.

Dr. Daller: But enjoy it. Have a great burger.

Captain Brien: You better just enjoy it.

Dr. Daller: Why not? Why not?

Captain Brien: I agree with that, I agree with that.

Dr. Daller: Absolutely.

Captain Brien: So, what is… right now, the FDA doing about all these food allergies? Is there something that’s going on?

Dr. Daller: You know, honestly, they’re not doing much. The government, in every country. So I looked at not just FDA. I looked at the UK, what they’re doing. What they’re doing everywhere. So food allergies are on the rise. A lot of people have problems, like, people are dying from food allergies.

Captain Brien: Correct, yeah.

Dr. Daller: I mean, this is serious, this is very serious. 1% of people with food allergies, there is a chance, and a lot of people say, you know, I have mild food allergy. So if you have a food allergy sometime it can manifest itself as mild and the next time you can have an anaphylactic reaction. You can have–

Captain Brien: Really?

Dr. Daller: Yes.

Captain Brien: I challenge it everyday and I’m like, ah, I’m gonna eat that and I’m gonna probably end up taking a Benadryl.

Dr. Daller: And you shouldn’t.

Captain Brien: I should not.

Dr. Daller: You should not.

Dr. Daller: Why, what for, what’s the purpose of that? I mean, if you told me–

Captain Brien: ‘Cause I’m a glutton for punishment. I like good stuff.

Dr. Daller: I think Captain Brien lived in biblical times. So no need, you can really cut off that part of your life. This is not an essential stuff that you’re saying, you know what, I cannot live without. And, you know, just think about it if you had true allergies to cow milk or true allergy to eggs, that’s a big deal. It’s much more common, much more you see than everything.

Captain Brien: Oh you think there’s more eggs than soy?

Dr. Daller: What do you think?

Captain Brien: No.

Dr. Daller: I think–

Captain Brien: Did you know even gum has soy in it? What kind of milk is in there?

Dr. Daller: Yeah, that’s true.

Captain Brien: Soy is in everything. Everything, it drives me crazy.

Dr. Daller: You know, it’s like when you come close to something, you realize it’s everywhere.

Captain Brien: You can’t have the salad dressing. You can’t eat anything. I could keep going. You can’t eat any desserts.

Dr. Daller: Olive oil.

Captain Brien: You can’t have cakes.

Dr. Daller: I mean, you should not have salad dressing anyways.

Captain Brien: You can’t have a cookie. You can’t have chocolate.

Dr. Daller: Olive oil, lemon, salt and pepper. There’s no soy in any one of these. This should be your salad dressing.

Captain Brien: Yeah, it’s true.

Dr. Daller: You should not use none of these stuff.

Captain Brien: That’s true.

Captain Brien: That I agree with.

Dr. Daller: You know, the processed. You know, the processing is key. Avoid the processing. If you do it clean, there’s no problem whatsoever.

Captain Brien: Well guys, we brought you The Captain’s Log. I got Doctor Daller, once again, with all the knowledge for you guys. Free of charge, how can you go wrong? Say hello anytime, drop a message and thanks for watching The Captain’s Log. We’ll be back tomorrow with J Chris Newberg and then, I’ll be live, and we’re doing the man panel on Thursday.

Dr. Daller: Oh, fantastic!

Dr. Daller: Fantastic, that’s gonna be fun.

Captain Brien: And we’re bring Josh Pray.

Dr. Daller: Okay.

Captain Brien: That’ll be excellent on Thursday. And then, on Friday, I have Ahmed Ahmed. And we’re gonna wrap it up, that’s the week guys. This is the man, Captain Brien, we’re gonna see you on the man panel. We’re gonna see you live, tomorrow. We’re having a good time. Doctor Daller and I, we’re out.

Dr. Daller: Bye bye, take care.

Captain Brien: See ya.


Episode 251 Dr. Daller on the Measles Outbreak



Dr. Daller is back again on the #naplescaptainslog to discuss the trending topic of the measles outbreak. What exactly are the measles? How to prevent the measles? And the current outbreak in today’s world! Tune in to to have all your questions answered!

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Episode 243 Keto Your Carbs Away From Me!



Dr. Daller is back to tell us all about the Keto Diet! What exactly is the Keto diet, how do you get started, and what kind of food can you eat? Tune in to get all your Keto questions answered!!

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PODCAST RECAP

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Captain Brien: Welcome back to the Captain’s Log. Dr. Daller’s gonna tell me about the keto diet today, sir.

Dr. Daller: Oh yes, yes, great show today.

Captain Brien: I know we had some conversation before about it, but today, you gotta go deep diving into it.

Dr. Daller: Deep diving about everything you wanted to know, you want to know about the keto diet, all the questions, I mean, we got a lot, a lot of questions.

Captain Brien: But what about stuff I don’t wanna know?

Dr. Daller: And things you don’t wanna know.

Captain Brien: You probably got a lot of that too.

Dr. Daller: You know what I love about the keto diet, is that you cannot have the cake. And you cannot even eat that cake.

Captain Brien: Yeah you can’t have it.

Dr. Daller: You know, you cannot even buy the cake, or anything about cake, no cake.

Captain Brien: No smelling.

Dr. Daller: No smelling of the cake even. So today, great show. I mean, we wanted to really dive in deep into the keto diet. What does it mean? We’ll talk about energy, how it works, and the pros and the cons.

Captain Brien: By the end of this we’re gonna be in ketosis.

Dr. Daller: Completely, completely.

Captain Brien: Right at the end of the show.

Dr. Daller: Completely, completely. We’ll take a right here Captain Brien.

Captain Brien: Okay.

Dr. Daller: So, I know we had a lot of questions coming from the audience about keto diet. You know, it’s the hottest topic. If you Google the number one Google question in 2018.

Captain Brien: That’s why we got so many dumb questions.

Dr. Daller: The number one Google question in 2018 was, ‘What is the keto diet?’

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: So that’s what people care about, 2018, 2019, people are still asking a lot of questions

Captain Brien: I thought they were asking about how they can get Captain Brien’s vodka?

Dr. Daller: Well, go straight here.

Captain Brien: Son of a bitch, it’s not that? I swear, it wasn’t?

Dr. Daller: Oh my god. It should be, it should be. We’ll talk about–

Captain Brien: It’s probably right up there, it’s rigged.

Dr. Daller: And by the way, I mean your vodka is carb free.

Captain Brien: That’s right, it’s keto-friendly.

Dr. Daller: It’s keto-friendly.

Captain Brien: And the gin, the gin and the vodka both.

Dr. Daller: Yep, fantastic. So, you know, the most common question is hey, can you explain that keto diet to me? Can you, in layman’s terms, don’t go into deep into, you know, medical terms, about ketone, and what the ketones are. So essentially, Captain Brien, your body utilizes two forms of energy.

Captain Brien: Okay.

Dr. Daller: The first energy is glucose, carbohydrates, the most common form of what most people use is glucose. So you have certain amount of glycogen in your liver, and your body utilizes that glycogen, converting to glucose, and that’s what your brain uses, that’s what you, straight up. That’s what your muscle uses, and everything else. So that’s, again, that’s the most common form of fuel that we use is glucose. The problem with glucose is that we have ups and down, the problem with glucose is after we eat it, we feel like we are sluggish, we are tired, we’re not ourselves, it’s not very good for our skin, it’s not very good for our body overall. It’s not what we call a clean fuel. And we’d rather utilize fat instead of glucose. So when you do the keto diet–

Captain Brien: Does it have the same effect? Do you get the same out of the fat as you do the glucose?

Dr. Daller: Oh, you, from the fat, it’s like driving, you know, an electric car. It’s a pure, clean fuel.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: That doesn’t have all the side effect that sugar has. And you’re shedding the, there’s no question, no matter what people will tell you about the pros and the cons, you are going to lose weight with the keto diet.

Captain Brien: There’s no way.

Dr. Daller: There’s no, guaranteed you’re going to lose weight. It’s a guaranteed thing.

Captain Brien We should do, how long’s it take before you really start losing weight?

Dr. Daller: Very good question. So on average, it does take three to four days to kick in into ketosis, into keto. And I’ll explain to the audience how to do that, but it will take you three to four days. And after that, you’re going to shed your weight.

Captain Brien: Should I do a test from one week to the next? Tuesday to Tuesday on the Captain’s Log?

Dr. Daller: So, people have done medical testing, you know, people did studies, and they followed people that they give the same breakfast, lunch, and dinner that they were eating, so it was, and they follow those people, after three months, on average, a person lost 23 pounds. Three months of doing the keto diet, and you lose, and remember, with the keto diet, you eat a lot.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: I mean it’s not like you’re restrictive, caloric restrictive, so you do eat a lot, but you’re not that hungry. And I’ll explain to the audience why you’re not hungry, why you feel like, I’m full, I’m not hungry!

Captain Brien: Okay. Because your arteries are clogged!

Dr. Daller: No, no.

Captain Brien: No, that’s not why?

Dr. Daller: Your arteries take years to clog, it doesn’t take three months to clog.

Captain Brien: I’ve been working on them for a long time.

Dr. Daller: You’ve been working, right. So it does take three, a long long time. But again, I want to explain to the audience, I love the keto diet as a tool, it’s not a lifestyle.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: You and I, we did podcast about lifestyle.

Captain Brien: Yeah, lifestyle.

Dr. Daller: Lifestyle is something for life. Keto you cannot do 24/7 for years and years and years. It’s very, very difficult.

Captain Brien: It’s just a lot. I have a friend, he says, Bobby Kelly, he’s a famous comedian in New York. He counts his fats. Every time he gets fat, he says oh, I’m on fat number three. Then when he loses all his weight, the next time he’s fat, he says he’s on fat number four. So if you use the keto diet, you go back and forth. Maybe that’s what he likes.

Dr. Daller: So use it as a tool if you want to lose the weight, but then go on a lifestyle type of behavior that includes everything. So again, going back to the keto diet, how do we do that? How do you start the keto diet? So the keto diet, essentially, you have the macronutrients that you have. You have protein, fat, and carbohydrates. With the keto diet, you use about 70-80 percent of your macronutrients is coming from fat, about 15% is coming from protein, and 5% from carbohydrates. So it’s very restrictive on the carbohydrates.

Captain Brien: So you can eat a lot of chicharróns?

Dr. Daller: You can–

Captain Brien: Right, a lot of chicarróns.

Dr. Daller: You can eat anything that is fatty. Now, again, my problem with that is that people really don’t understand that you really need to have healthy fats. You cannot eat bacon all day. I mean, everybody like a slice of bacon here and there, but not bacon all day, this is not good for you.

Captain Brien: Avocado.

Dr. Daller: Avocado is fantastic for you. I mean, there are certain meats that are good for you.

Captain Brien: Like what?

Dr. Daller: You know, have a good, that you know, grass-fed beef, nothing wrong with that.

Captain Brien: Nice, we use Braveheart beef, you know Braveheart beef?

Dr. Daller: No.

Captain Brien: It’s genetically, they did the certain cows, and it actually reduces your risk of heart attack.

Dr. Daller: Really?

Captain Brien: Yeah, it’s a real thing.

Dr. Daller: Okay.

Captain Brien: It’s a high-end product. It’s like a wagyu, and like that, yeah.

Dr. Daller: So these kind of things you can have. And what else, can you have some veggies? Yes, so certain veggies you are allowed, certain veggies are not allowed. For example, you cannot have potatoes with the keto diet. You can not have even sweet potato with the keto diet. So anything starchy, vegetable, you shouldn’t have.

Captain Brien: Can you have zucchini?

Dr. Daller: You can have zucchini, you can have cauliflower, you can have asparagus, you can have a–

Captain Brien: Do you have a lot of gas on the keto diet?

Dr. Daller: You do.

Captain Brien: It sounds a little gassy.

Dr. Daller: You become bloated and constipated as well.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: So again, and most people, the problem with the constipation, most people don’t drink enough water.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: So that’s, again, one of the problem, that people don’t drink enough water. You really, really need to drink water. Because with regular diet, when we eat, you know, 50 percent of our diet is carbohydrates. Not with the keto diet.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: With the keto diet, only five percent. So carbohydrates–

Captain Brien: Can you take the fiber gummies, like the little fiber pills? Will they make you pass it?

Dr. Daller: Yeah, that will help you.

Captain Brien: Will that help?

Dr. Daller: To take extra fibers that are not from fruit and vegetables, yes, you can. But plenty of vegetables, like kale and spinach is allowed during the, when you’re doing keto diet.

Captain Brien: Okay.

Dr. Daller: So the keto diet definitely, one thing for sure, you are going to lose your weight. 23 pounds in three months, still eating very well, it’s not bad, if you do it over a year, you lose about 43-45 pounds. Again, these are medical studies. There was an Italian study, a Spanish study, that they did that. Quite remarkable.

Captain Brien: Can you overeat on the keto diet?

Dr. Daller: Oh, definitely.

Captain Brien: You can.

Dr. Daller: So that’s another mistake that a lot of people do.

Captain Brien: Yeah, people just gorge themselves.

Dr. Daller: Oh my god, I’m going to have as much as I want.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: Again, if you have 5,000 calories, you have to burn 5,000 calories.

Captain Brien: Yeah, right.

Dr. Daller: There’s no way you’re going to lose the weight. The scale will not change, because you’re going to say, well, you know, I’m eating only fat, how come I’m not losing weight?

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: You’re not losing weight because you’re taking a lot of calories. So again, take healthy fat, take healthy calories in, but watch your calories also. When I say watch calories, I don’t believe in calorie counting at all. I never believed in calorie counting. I think, you know, your body knows how much you should eat and everything else, you shouldn’t go crazy and calorie count. But your portions, in order to go to keto, have to be right. Your macros, you know, you really need to concentrate on healthy fat, some protein, and very, very little carbohydrates. But really, avoid, you know, processed food, as we talked about in your podcast many time, Captain Brien, you know, avoiding processed food completely. Avoiding refined sugar completely. These are not good for you. There’s no single study that shows, you know, if you have processed food, you’re going to be healthier. There’s no pro and cons here, it’s only cons.

Captain Brien: Right. So, run me through like a normal day of a keto diet.

Dr. Daller: Excellent question.

Captain Brien: Wake up in the morning…

Dr. Daller: So you wake up in the morning, you’re going to have, so, unlike what I do, I do intermittent fasting, with the keto diet, you don’t do intermittent fasting, because putting yourself on the keto diet is equivalent to fasting nonstop.

Captain Brien: Nonstop.

Dr. Daller: Right.

Captain Brien: Once it kicks in.

Dr. Daller: Once you kick in.

Captain Brien: Plus, the term is ketosis, right?

Dr. Daller: That’s right, the term is ketosis.

Captain Brien: Which way am I going, guy?

Dr. Daller: We’re going straight here. So when we talk about ketosis, what is ketosis? So your body is starting to break down fat, the fat goes to your liver, your liver making ketone bodies, ketone bodies, there are three forms of ketone bodies.

Captain Brien: Is this…

Dr. Daller: These are the strips, as a matter of fact, I brought the audience to see, these are the urine strips. So you make ketone bodies, you pee some of these ketones out, and one way to check if you are in ketosis–

Captain Brien: Is to match it up, right?

Dr. Daller: Correct, you match it up, and you see here the purple? You want to be purple. So purple is ketone. And you can buy, you know, at Walgreens, CVS, wherever you buy–

Captain Brien: Those are flying off the shelves these days.

Dr. Daller: Yeah, oh yeah.

Captain Brien: Everybody wants to do it.

Dr. Daller: Everybody wants to do it. These are very important the first two weeks, when you get into that ketosis that you know where you are.

Captain Brien: Every time you pee, you gotta check?

Dr. Daller: You check. I would know when I’m in ketosis, because I feel like–

Captain Brien: Because you’re a doctor!

Dr. Daller: I’m a doctor, not because of that.

Captain Brien: But not everybody that watches this is in the medical field.

Dr. Daller: No, but you would know that you have that energy, you’re going to have increased energy, and you’re going to feel full. It’s counterintuitive, but when you eat fat, you feel quickly full.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: With sugar, you know, you eat a piece of cake, you feel like, I’m craving–

Captain Brien: Yeah, like Chinese food.

Dr. Daller: Right, Chinese food, immediately you want to eat more.

Captain Brien: You’re hungry, it’s all sugar.

Dr. Daller: Hungry, you leave the place, let’s have the leftover. You come home, I know you don’t believe leftovers.

Captain Brien: I hate leftovers.

Dr. Daller: But we all eat the leftovers, the moment we come home, we just ate like seventeen dishes, why you come home and you have that last bag? Because you’re still, that sugar give you that–

Captain Brien: Rush.

Dr. Daller: Correct, sugar rush. And you want to have another piece. That’s why I don’t believe in protein bars and all these bars, because after you eat it, you’re still hungry.

Captain Brien: I can’t do protein bars, because they’re all soy. Has to be very different, but yeah.

Dr. Daller: Very unique one.

Captain Brien: Oh, god, they make me sicker than sick.

-Dr. Daller: So these are the ketone body that we pee out. So one way to do that is use those strips, another way there is that you can buy it on Amazon, there is a machine that you blow into that, and it will show you acetone. So acetone is a form of a ketone body, okay, ketone bodies are three type, one of them is acetone. Acetone, I’m not sure if you know, Captain Brien, you know, nail polish removal–

Captain Brien: On the nails, they remove your nails.

Dr. Daller: That’s right, that’s a ketone.

Captain Brien: Really?

Dr. Daller: Yes, absolutely. That’s one form of ketone. That’s why people that do the keto diet–

Captain Brien: They can sell back their acetone!

Dr. Daller: They can–

Captain Brien: They should do that!

Dr. Daller: Lick their fingers and remove the nail polish.

Captain Brien: No!

Dr. Daller: No, just kidding.

Captain Brien: Come on!

Dr. Daller: No, it has to be much more concentrated, acetone, and that will give you a hole in your stomach if you get to that level of acetone. But, we’ll take a left here, Captain Brien.

Captain Brien: Left?

Dr. Daller: Left here.

Captain Brien: Okay.

Dr. Daller: So all this stuff, this is important. Why? Because you really want to know that you’re reaching that state. The moment you reach the ketosis state, you’re going to shed the fat. And again, I know celebrities like Lebron James and Kim Kardashian all are doing the keto diet, but they’re all cycling the keto diet. They’re all doing it for three months, and then they are doing Mediterranean diet.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: And, which I believe in big time. So if you want to shed 23 pounds quickly, keto diet is fantastic for you. You are going to feel energetic.

Captain Brien: And what about going to the gym? You can still go to the gym, no problem?

Dr. Daller: Oh, absolutely! And the advantage of the keto diet is that you are not going to lose your muscle. Even though the amount of protein you’re taking is not as much as you would take otherwise, it’s not catabolic, okay, it’s anabolic.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: Anabolic meaning it’s going to grow. It will help your growth hormone to go up, insulin will go down. Insulin is a hormone that helps store fat. We don’t like to store fat, the heck with fat! We don’t want fat. So it’s quite counterintuitive. We’ll take a right here. It’s quite counterintuitive, that, you know, a lot of people think about fat as making you fat, fat does not make you fat, okay? I want everybody listening–

Captain Brien: That’s a new one to me.

Dr. Daller: Fat don’t make you fat.

Captain Brien: So eating fat doesn’t make you fat?

Dr. Daller: Absolutely not.

Captain Brien: Carbs make you fat.

Dr. Daller: Carbs, sugar makes you fat. Carbs make you fat, but fat does not make you fat.

Captain Brien: I’m gonna go eat some prime rib tonight, and eat all the fat right around the outside.

Dr. Daller: Absolutely, but don’t have the bun with that. Remember, that bun is the killer.

Captain Brien: The bun is the crusher.

Dr. Daller: You know, the dessert is the, all this stuff. So again, how would you do that? You ask, what is a typical diet? So, for breakfast, you’re going to have two or three eggs, you’re going to have a piece of bacon, again, if you have bacon, eat good bacon. You know, don’t eat processed bacon.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: But most bacon is processed. So you want, really, the uncured bacon that you’re going to have–

Captain Brien: The nice thick slab.

Dr. Daller: Nice thick slab, the one that’s uncured with no nitrates or anything like that.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: This is healthy, this is good for you. But the stuff you buy at the regular supermarket, not from the butcher shop, is not good for you.

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: It’s all processed, it’s absolutely not good for you. So again, you are going to have that, you can have butter, which is amazing.

Captain Brien: Yeah, that’s nice.

Dr. Daller: Again, a lot of controversy about butter, if you look, there is something called the French Paradox. The French Paradox shows that the French people eat a ton of butter–

Captain Brien: Yeah, but their butter’s the best. Their butter is much better than ours.

Dr. Daller: Their butter’s the healthy butter.

Captain Brien: Yes, exactly.

Dr. Daller: But still, and they have less cardiovascular issues than we do. The explanation is maybe the way they eat, they eat over two or three hours, we, you know, grab a sandwich quickly because I’m on the run, I can’t have time to eat it. So, they eat it slower, they do drink a glass of wine, and the wine itself is not the thing that saves them, it’s the fact that they take their time, over two hours. And you know, their stress level is different, so it could be many reasons, but they have less cardiovascular issues, and they eat a ton of butter. So with the keto diet, you can have butter. I believe in olive oil, you know, things like that, avocado oil, anything like that, it is excellent for you for the keto diet.

Captain Brien: What about grapeseed oil? I like grapeseed oil.

Dr. Daller: Yeah, you can have that.

Captain Brien: Yeah, has a high kindling temperature.

Dr. Daller: Yep, you can have that no problems. Same with lunch, with lunch you’re going to have, you know, a little piece of chicken with a half an avocado, with a piece of fish, you can have–

Captain Brien: But you gotta have more fat though, no?

Dr. Daller: Any fatty fish. So all the fatty fish, for example, you have salmon, you have mackerel, you have sardines, these are all very, very fatty–

Captain Brien: Salmon’s the only one on that list I could do, doc.

Dr. Daller: Well, sardines, the good sardines.

Captain Brien: Well, not here!

Dr. Daller: No, no. If you go to a place like, Portugal, in Portugal.

Captain Brien: Yeah, you leave the country, right.

Dr. Daller: It’s a little far, it’s about eight hour flight, and you have amazing sardines.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: Each sardine is that big, and they grill the sardines, wow.

Captain Brien: So nice? The bone come out though, easy?

Dr. Daller: No, the bone comes, as a matter of fact, the smaller sardine, you eat with the bones, the bones are nothing, it’s amazing.

Captain Brien: Oh, yikes!

Dr. Daller: And, you know, mackerel, around the world, mackerel is a delicacy. Here, I mean, we catch a mackerel, we throw it away.

Captain Brien: Yeah.

Dr. Daller: Around the world, the smoked mackerel is delicious.

Captain Brien: It is delicious, but you also, in the cold water, they retain more fat. Here in Florida, they’re much skinnier, so you have just the gamey fish without the additional, like in the winter, sometimes they’re fatter.

Dr. Daller: Yeah.

Captain Brien: But once they spawn and then they move and the water’s warm, they don’t retain that much fat. So they don’t have that flavor.

Dr. Daller: Live and learn. Captain Brien, you see that?

Captain Brien: Something I know about.

Dr. Daller: Live and learn, amazing. So for dinner, I would have, you know, some salmon and stuff like that, can you have some vegetables, absolutely. So kale and spinach and broccoli and all this kind of vegetables, not a problem. But I would not have potato, anything like that. Obviously, there would be no dessert whatsoever.

Captain Brien: No dessert.

Dr. Daller: No dessert whatsoever.

Captain Brien: Don’t have a sweet tooth and do the keto.

Dr. Daller: No, you cannot be even social, between you and I. Where are you going to go and eat that?

Captain Brien: Right.

Dr. Daller: And that’s a problem with the keto diet, you have to be strong, you have to prepare your meals, you have to know what you’re doing. You cannot go to a, you know, I’m going to a party, I’m going through the keto, hey, people are going to think you’re an ass.

Captain Brien: Right, yeah exactly.

Dr. Daller: You know, they’re going to say, what is that? I mean, you just want to eat that stuff? How rude.

Captain Brien: And it gets expensive if you’re in a restaurant just ordering that.

Dr. Daller: Just that stuff, correct. It is expensive, especially very, very healthy.

Captain Brien: What about shrimp, can you do shrimp?

Dr. Daller: You can do shrimp, you can do shrimp.

Captain Brien: Like shrimp cocktail.

Dr. Daller: Without the cocktail sauce, the cocktail sauce is horrific.

Captain Brien: No way.

Dr. Daller: So there’s nothing good, the ketchup is bad for you, the cocktail sauce, horrible for you, mustard is great for you.

Captain Brien: Mustard is good.

Dr. Daller: Mustard is fantastic, healthy mustard, not the cheap stuff.

Captain Brien: The corn syrup is in the ketchup like crazy.

Dr. Daller: Horrible

Dr. Daller: Ketchup is horrific. Drink plenty of water, water, water, water. At night, after you are in ketosis and everything, if you want a little shot of the Captain Brian vodka, you can do that.

Captain Brien: You can do that, all night, you can do a couple.

Dr. Daller: Not all night, look at that.

Captain Brien: A couple shots.

Dr. Daller: He’s promoting his vodka already.

Captain Brien: I’m just saying, if you want to take a couple extras, it’s okay, I won’t say you’re cheating on the diet.

Dr. Daller: Unbelievable, all night. This is about health! I mean it’s unbelievable!

Captain Brien: I won’t say that.

Dr. Daller: He’s always trying to stick something about the vodka, it’s unbelievable. Captain Brien, what am I going to do with you?

Captain Brien: I hope everybody realizes how much knowledge that they’re getting right now, it’s amazing.

Dr. Daller: Absolutely.

Captain Brien: Guys, this is the Captain’s Log. Dr. Daller’s telling us all about the keto diet, and I hope that you’re gonna try it, and if you do, message us, let us know you’re doing on it.

Dr. Daller: Absolutely.

Captain Brien: And how much weight you lost!

Dr. Daller: Absolutely, please try that, but be smart about it. If you’re not very healthy, don’t do that. Consult the doctor, send me a text message, say hey, I’m thinking about it, what do you think about that? I’ll answer those questions, no problem, you don’t even need to come.

Captain Brien: And I’m not the doctor, he’s the doctor on the show.

Dr. Daller: You know, he looks like a doctor, I put the white coat on him, he look like George Clooney in that, what’s the name of that show, ER.

Captain Brien:  Alright guys, we’re out. It’s getting deep in here, see ya. Have a good day, we’ll be back tomorrow on the Captain’s Log, don’t forget.