The Deen Show – The land of Junk food – Nipsey Hussle on Dr. Sebi

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AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of healthy eating and lifestyle activities, including breathing exercises and avoiding pollutants. They emphasize the need for everyone to set healthy standards and acknowledge blood test results. The "good healthy lifestyle" movement is also emphasized, with emphasis on the importance of understanding blood test results and adjusting behavior to avoid harm. The host of the Dean's Show emphasizes the benefits of healthy nutrition and living a healthy life to prevent chronic conditions.
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Have you heard of doctors like Dr. SEBI? Yes. Why do they kill all holistic doctors messing up the medical shortstop and de gras? Why don't niggas get killed for hustling in front of a nigga spot or years ago this month that Dr. Gonzalez was found dead.

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And there was no indication that he had any any health problems. They were paying scientists, doctors were smoking. And your dad came along with your with your son, and nipsey or some some, like hip hop artists was in America, but unfortunately, this is also the land of junk food. You want fast food, convenience, food, fake food of all different kinds. It's everywhere you go, you get hit with messages to eat it. This is

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greens a piece. How are you guys doing? Welcome to the deen show. And I got the guru of health. Former. He liked that one, Joe, how you doing? I'm doing great, Eddie, good to see you. I can see. Because you have you know, black belts, you have grandmasters in your city, the Grandmaster of nutrition, former chief nutritionist for Dr. mercola at his optimal Wellness Center when we were one of the busiest nutrition based health centers in the country because of the popularity of his website. So you know, strangers to the dean show, we've had you on many times, I want to start off with this story.

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And it was when I called you about a year ago. And you've been kind of, you know, educating the viewers and and you've been in this field for almost going on almost what, over 30, close to 40 years now. Well, I've been doing nutrition and health educating on a professional level since 1985. So 34 years, 34 years. Now, I called you up. And I wanted to get your advice. I'm at the airport, I'm about to hit a flight. And and I usually opt out of the full body scanners. And it can kind of be uncomfortable because you're the only one opting out. There's 1000s. You know, Pete, you can imagine there's 1000s of people going through the lines, and you're the only one that pushes you

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know, his hand up and says I'd like to opt out. You're doing you're doing the healthy thing. So I called you and I was like it was one of those where sometimes you're rushing, you don't want to go through it. Am I just being paranoid. So I was about to not opt out. And there's been times when I when I just went through it because you know, I'm running late, and I don't want it as a big line. And now you got to wait for someone to come and pat you down. And I called you up. And we all need this motivation sometimes. So I called you say What should I do? I wanted to get your advice. I thought maybe I'm being overly paranoid. And then come to know, because that has to do with the

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scanners Europe banned. Europe had is now officially they banned those body scanners. Yeah, I wasn't aware of that. But what do you think about that one? I think that's, that's healthy. But every time I asked every time I'd asked the people when I get opt out, I say, you know, I say hey, this is for health purposes, I want to protect and honor my body. You know, the minute you didn't mention what my advice to you was? Yeah, that's what I want you to get into? Well, you tell the viewers here from my advice to you go ahead. Well, like I said, Don't don't allow yourself to be zapped don't allow yourself to be zapped. No, that's half your just accept the the conventional pat down, you know, let

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them let them Frisk you. And but don't don't allow yourself to be zapped. You told me to get opt out. Yeah, pretty much. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I, I haven't done airline travel. Since 2010 was the last time I did it for my own.

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For my own values, I just refuse to submit myself to being treated like a criminal to have to board, you know, a jet. But I understand, you know, many people, including Dr. Grasso, and Dr. Garcia, who travel a lot, you know, it's traveling is not it's not important for my lifestyle for many people. It is, you know, and I can, I can appreciate that. But,

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you know, it's

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it is

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a situation has been for a long time now that you're required to submit yourself to be in if not zapped than Frisk and searched as if you are a criminal. And

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I just will not submit myself. But then again, as I said, traveling is not important for my lifestyle, but if it is important for your lifestyle, I think the healthier option is to just let someone Frisk you. Let someone you know, do a you know manual search, rather than than tapping yourself because at the very least, that's one other way that you're my ally will be stressed. Why would they

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bandit there, but not banded here, higher level of consciousness higher level of concern for you know the realities of what they're subjecting people to. So didn't didn't Europe also banned GMOs, most of Europe? They don't with Monsanto. But over here, we let it go. Well, they started here, of course, they were the

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the genetically modified crops that were made to be compatible with the poison known as glycoside, which the commercial name is Roundup Ready. It is a poison. And anytime you're killing something, whether you're killing weeds, or whether you're killing bugs, whether you're killing bacteria, anytime you're killing any type of living organism, obviously, you need to have a poisoning effect. And so

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they started in this country, and they've been pushed very heavily.

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In other countries, like you mentioned, Europe, I don't

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I don't know specifically, what the policy is in the European Union. But it's not as prevalent. And I think it's, there's very little of it actually going on. And in countries like Russia.

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In fact, I wasn't, I wasn't prepared to, to specifically discuss this issue. But I think if you if you if you look it up, you'd find that the United States of America is is basically GMO, and glyphosate Central. Yeah. It's interesting that you know, a lot of the popular brands, you have the

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the ew G, Environmental Working Group. Yes, exactly. And then they, they release some new studies. And they found that the level that would be acceptable of, I mean, I would just think like any kind of you drink some water and you know that there's any someone urinate, just a little urine comes in your water, no one's gonna drink that. You think about it. So don't put some poison in your cereal, kids cereal, but they found

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that was an ew G. And went into study studies that in the major brands of Quaker Oats, and you have some of these like Honey Nut Cheerios, natural Valley,

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chocolate, peanut butter Cheerios, and the list goes on, that they had 230 times greater amount exposure level in Monsanto's Roundup,

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glyphosate and this is carcinogen, this can actually lead to cancer, they have it in these kids cereals. Yeah. Well, it's

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it's being found in in basically all aspects of, of the environment in the in the marketplace, because there are there are

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1000s I think it's even appropriate to to mention millions of tons of this stuff are sprayed every year in this country. Yeah. And so, you know,

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human beings

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need to remember

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very, very important, this is something that Native American culture tried to teach

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the white man, the the European people in this country in the 19th century,

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what they tried to teach the,

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the, the, the the white people

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is a basic truth about life on this planet, which is this, whatever you do to the earth, you ultimately do to yourself, you cannot pollute the air you breathe without ultimately polluting yourself, you cannot pollute the water that you that you consume without polluting yourself, you cannot pollute the land in which you grow your food without polluting yourself.

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There was appreciation

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about the web of life,

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and how, again, whatever you do to the earth, you ultimately do to yourself. Yeah. And so this is so fundamentally important to be aware of, and and if you have this awareness, I think naturally with that awareness comes with respect for how you interact with your environment, more on what you do to your environment. And if you understand that, if you if you're, if you're generating air pollution, water pollution or polluting your land, and ultimately you're going to be polluting yourself, I think you're going to be a lot more conscientious, a lot more conscientious and a lot more reluctant to pollute you.

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In the environment, the actual living, Yeah, wow, that's like your mind is. So that's what we call the sun, not the way the sun. This is like, the way that we're taught, we're taught that you're to not only like you say develop we should, as human beings develop this nutritional integrity, care for ourselves our environment for humanity, but when its profits over people when it comes down when people don't live for a higher purpose, just for the money becomes their deity, you see, yeah, just live for the dollar. It's very sad when that does happen. Yeah. But anyway, Edie, I want to thank you for mentioning mentioning one of my favorite phrases and subjects nutritional integrity. Yeah.

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Which I mentioned earlier. I got that from you. Yes. Fake food. Like the people know, I'm always say eat real food, fake food, developing nutritional integrity. This is the man we get it from. Yeah, well, nutritional integrity is something that the world is and very, you're the food you're, you're the most the chef. So we call you the shake is like the, you know, the teacher like, it is like the the bone above the teacher. So I say Grandmaster Mufti of the food of the nutrition, so and what is nutritional integrity all about just to remind people of the of the practical meaning of developing the nutritional integrity. First of all, integrity is basically all about being honest, being honest

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with other people being honest with yourself.

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And when you're eating fake food, you know, pizza, and all kind of, you know, junk, you know, it's like you're lying to your body you're putting in when I'm when I used to eat a fake food before I knew better. You know, I was like, every time I would eat fast food, burgers with French fries. You know, it was like I was lying to my body. But when you're eating real food, you're being honest with your body. You're honoring your body's biological needs for for real nutrition. But so nutritional integrity is all about not only being honest with your body, but specifically, it's all about setting standards for what is acceptable, real food and drink for your body. And then being faithful

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to those standards that you set for yourself rather than eating, like what I grew up eating and what what I think is very common for people that grow up in America. You know, the first 20 years of my life I grew up eating the anything goes diet, you know, anything goes diet is, you know, you're hungry, and you eat whatever, whatever, it doesn't matter, you have no standards, it's just whatever whatever you have a taste for whatever's most convenient with other whatever other people are eating around you in a social situation with basically no attention to to nutrition. You know, I grew up eating the anything goes diet, and I suffered for it. I you know, the very first time was on the

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deen show, I talked about how the reason I started studying nutrition in 1977, at the age of 20 was because I reached a point in my life where I was sick and tired of being sick and tired all the time. You know, the anything goes diet had taken its toll on me. And

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we all have our tolerance for how much nutritional abuse our body can take some people, you know, takes a lot longer before it starts causing their, their their body to start breaking down in various ways with me, I think in retrospect, it was a blessing that you know, I suffered so much at a relatively young age and then you know, started waking up you know, 42 years ago at the age of 20 and that was the beginning of me you know that's what kicked off where you're at today. That was the catalyst well where I've been for a long time Yeah, you know, I went from being sick and tired of being sick and tired all the time to you know, achieving and sustaining a very high level of health

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for for many many are you the guy from the the juice man juice the you know, the guy who's you know, he's glowing from all the juicing you know the guy

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talking about Jay Cornish juice man juice man Yeah, yeah, God bless him he died he died a few years ago at the age of I think was 90 something No, I'm joking. That's not you but he's, you're not just into

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also juicing but just eating real food. Eating healthy food. How do you deal with when someone because you're really into

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a eggs? Like that's one form of nutrition and but many people now when you bring this up they're really worried about the cholesterol, the fat and the eggs and then it's a it's it's something that scares people like too many eggs gonna have a heart attack. What do you say to

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it's possible to over consume any particular nutrient. Cholesterol is a nutrient. Your body naturally makes it it's essential for life. And it's possible to over consume fat. What I see people over consuming. Far more commonly though, when I work with them especially indicates

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Have this and blood test results is the most common overconsumption is the overconsumption of carbohydrates, especially processed sugars and processed starches. Didn't you have the sugar industry actually paid off? They end up paying off and they started to blame fat did they? This was uncovered that scientists they were you know about this right? Yeah, yeah. So

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any, anytime you're over consuming

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any nutrient that can have value for your body, if you're over consuming protein, fats or carbohydrates, especially though it's those are the macronutrients, that's where we get our calories, those are also used as building blocks for her body.

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But anytime you're over consuming something that is essential for your body biology, the very first consequence is going to be it's going to hurt your energy. So you know, in regard to your nutritional practices and other self care practices, you always need to correlate your practices with your with your current level of health. You know, if, if you're in really good health, if you have, if you experience peaceful energy, relaxed alertness, emotional poise, positive, stable mood, great mental clarity or digestion and elimination is good, you sleep well at night, you know, you look good, you feel good. You know, by all means stick with what you're doing. But if you're not

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satisfied with your level of health, if you if you have this nagging feeling that something is off, something is wrong, you need to you need to change something, you need to add something to your life, you need to subtract something from your life to make it easier for your body to be healthier. Well, then, you know, I think one of the things you want to do is take a very honest and careful look at what you are what you have been eating and drinking and it's, it's very likely going to be appropriate for you to make some some changes.

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there is there are some general nutritional practices that are applicable to everybody. For instance, the most basic one is eat real food. Fake. I call it desktop, the white belt level. That's where Yeah, nice. Yeah, yes. And, but as far as, like you mentioned eggs I Yes. I'm a big fan of of egg nutrition, especially raw egg nutrition from healthy chickens, as I demonstrated on the deen show, not too long ago, the consumption of raw egg nutrition warrior style. And last week, I brought you a supply of fresh eggs from the my, my organic farmer connection where I get my eggs and, and you enjoy those eggs too. And, and also, we met, we met one of your clients, that actually he had

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Crohn's disease, and he's healed from it. Yes. Yes. Is that exact experience? Is that is that your full upswing in his health? Is that something where the conventional medicine will say that's unhealable? You cannot that's not a sustainable sustainable to the but he's I met him he said he What? Yeah, is it right? And he was a former student? Yeah, he used to train Jiu Jitsu also very nice. So what's the name again? Yeah, Chris. Crew. Very nice. Brother. Very nice, man. Yes, he was getting the eggs from him. And Chris has become a wonderful example of someone who has developed a very high level of nutritional integrity. Yeah, and nutritionally there was any when you have that

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it's like a shield that you carry with you everywhere you go in the land of junk food. Because, you know, that's, that's one of the ways that I think it's appropriate to describe America. America's of course, is a great country. There's a lot of good things in America. But unfortunately, this is also the land of junk food, you want fast food, convenience, food, fake food of all different kinds. It's everywhere you go, you get hit with messages to eat it.

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And I on an ongoing basis. If you're in social situations, that's mostly what dominates. And so when you carry your nutritional integrity with you everywhere you go, it's like a shield against the fake food. Because when it's like it's been offered to me, many, many times over the years, I just I just smile and I say thank you, but no, thank you. I just here's the confusing part because the people that are supposed to be there, they're respected physicians who are there when people go with these problems, obesity, diabetes, these health concerns, they go to the doctor what you're talking about, they're not hearing it from the top of the elite. The doctors are supposed to be the medical

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doctors, the elite people of health, but they don't address these things that we're talking about today. Yeah, the majority was it like 99% don't address these things. There are good really good doctors out there like Dr. Emma do. You have Yeah, yeah, she Yeah, holistic.

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She's a holistic doctor also a nutritionally are educated and minded and she gives

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She, she basically teaches people how to say yes, she teaches people how to eat healthier and how to live healthier. So she there are doctors like that. Yeah, but how when people usually go to the doctor, they're not taught this, they're not sat down, they see, they've done studies where, you know, you come in, and doctors tell us also, they got like seven minutes to see you like to diagnose the problem. five to seven minutes. Yeah, that's not gonna happen that fast. Is it? No, it takes time to edge and then and then no. So the system has been has been, has been developed that is conducive to basically writing prescriptions for drugs. And

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so that's what does MD stands for? Well, my friend max says, more drugs more.

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As opposed to nd, which no drugs and d is somewhere into a natural path. If someone else took it to a higher level as a master drug dealer, you

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know, there are a lot of there are a lot of good doctors who are taking it. And we want doctors to take it to the next level, because it's continuing education as important. So there are doctors who are limited. Or say, Man, we are just our hands are tied, right? They don't learn nutrition in medical school, they don't know this. And now they have so many patients to see. And they'll get in trouble if they don't fit fill the quota. Why aren't you prescribing these drugs? They got three 400,000. They're enslaved by debt. Yeah. And they're stuck. Their hands are tied. It's the people above who are pulling the strings. That's right. Yeah. Yeah, it's

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the doctors who went to medical school with good intentions to learn how to help people.

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I you know, I appreciate that a lot of them maintain their good intentions. Like my sister, my sister is an MD she's a she's an MD, she does Urgent Care pediatric, my sister is certainly a good person. And you know, and she

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tell us a story to happen with your sister about you are reading the bloodwork with the sodium awesome. Okay. What happened with that? Well, she's a doctor, she's a medical doctor. And then well, this is this has to do with the knowledge and understanding that that I've gained over the years and learning how to make the most of blood test results, as opposed to

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medical doctors seem to specialize in making the least of blood test results. In regards to just you know, back to my my days as chief nutritionist at Dr. mercola optimal Wellness Center, and even before that,

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had heard from many people who sought out my my nutrition and health building guidance, and they had they had bloodwork done, and usually this, the scenario went like this, someone was not feeling well, they contacted

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a doctor wound up having blood testing. And

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it came time for them to find out about their blood test results, it was very, very common for them to be told that everything was fine, everything is normal, even if they didn't feel fine. And even if they felt lousy, they were told everything was fine. Everything was normal. And then they would show me their blood test results. And I would see from the from the knowledge and understanding that I have about blood tests interpretation, how many have you over the years red blood test? Oh, I brought proximate 1000s Oh, sure. That was so there was at Dr. mercola is optimal. While I was in Juve red eye.

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I was the guy who had the responsibility to teach other practitioners how to interpret blood test results from a holistic perspective. And from a nutritional perspective,

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I was responsible for teaching all of the other practitioners who needed to know this, how to do it and how to make the most of blood test results. Helping people to understand their own blood test results is is is very worthwhile, very enjoyable, in fact, because most people don't know anything about their own blood test results. And I'd like to empower people to at least have some basic understanding about what is being measured. And in and what the the measures are indicating to me with my with my knowledge and understanding about how to make the most of blood ties. Well, so just just to finish this at ease, so you know, they were told it's very common. It's like, the vast

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majority of time when people do blood testing.

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They're told everything is fine, everything is normal. Again, even if they feel lousy, then they then they show me the same blood test. And I see everything is not fine. Everything is not normal. And I see very commonly I see indications to me that there they've been over consuming carbohydrates for their metabolism which will hurt their energy

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They're under consuming protein is fairly common. I see indications of stress on their immune system, which

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sometimes is related to the fact that they have a toxic tooth in their mouth, a root canal treated tooth, which that was an issue that you had.

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And I see I see other indications on their blood tests that they have some weaknesses and imbalances, and there's room for improvement. So getting back to my mom, so in early 2015, my mom who was at that time was 80 years of age.

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She, she was not doing well, she was

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hurt, she was losing energy, she was feeling weak. And one morning, she got out of bed, and she collapsed. And she went to hurt your mother, and this is my mom, she went to her doctor, who she'd been connected with for a while. And this doctor did very comprehensive blood testing on my mom. And

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when it came to my mom finding out about her blood test results, my mom was told everything was fine. Everything was normal. And then my brother called me to let me know, my mom has blood work and, and that I, I certainly wanted to see it. And so I got over there as soon as I could. But before I got over there, my sister who's an MD, and who loves her mother's no question about that. She looked at my mom's blood test results. And she also told my mom, everything was fine, everything was normal. And I looked at my mom's blood test results, and everything was not fine. Everything was not normal. In fact, for this example, well, the biggest issue on my mom's blood test result was

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that she had a very low level of the essential electrolyte. In our blood, it's always routinely done and blood chemistry.

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It's her sodium level was really low, it was only 128.

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And the bottom of the lab reference range on this particular blood test was 134. So my mom was well below the bottom of the lab reference range, it got tagged as low by the lab. And both her medical doctor and her daughter who's a doctor who loves her, either they didn't see this, they missed it, they didn't look at the blood test results carefully enough, or they didn't understand the importance of this. But there is a specific medical term for a really low sodium level, and it's a hypo that is low neutropenia. Okay.

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And so, if you, if you're, if your sodium level in your blood is too low, you'll feel really weak. And that's what happened to my mom. So anyway, there were other issues on my mom's blood test, it wasn't just that there were a number of other issues. She was deficient in magnesium, she had indications of some stress on her kidneys, and she had a number of other issues. So I gave my mom recommendations, nutritional recommendations to strengthen her where she was weak to balance or where she was out of balance. And, of course, you know, she being my mom, she doesn't follow all of my recommendations, so only about half of them but in three days, my mom was revitalized. And, and,

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and, and two of the recommendations I gave her her work to do some raw egg smoothies, a raw egg with like banana and some strawberries, which is just a delicious combination, which was what she needed, she needed she needed to give her body more very high quality, protein and fat nutrition. And

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when the

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protein and fat nutrition are not heat damaged, I've seen from clinical experience that there potentially is greater biological value there. So she did the raw egg smoothies, she did some fresh vegetable juice and I had her start adding some good quality sea salt to her food, you know, to to taste you know, trust trust your own, you know, instinct as far as how much to use, but she obviously needed to get some give her body more good quality sodium to work with. And in three days following half of my recommendations, she was revitalized. And so that was that was especially enjoyable for me to see that and to this day, my mom is doing very well considering that now she's

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going to be this year. She is going to be 85 in November. So how do you get past is when you have organizations saying that specific organization saying that look, avocados are bad for you. But box cereals are good for you. Who says hey, look out for you, right? You know where you have, you know, our friend Chris. Also he

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He talks about this where a certain organization health organizations, he mentions even the Food and Drug Administration, you know, they'll come out and they'll warn people, this is one example. He's given countless times about avocados because the fat contact Oh, yeah, right. Yeah. So now but box cereals, right? are good for you. But then you look back and you uncover you unfold like an onion, right? You unfold and then the smell comes from the start the potency says coming out, you start to see these layers and layers. Why? And these are facts. This is not conspiracy or anything where you have, you know, scientists who are paid off by the sugar industry and we know what sugar digests,

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I'm not talking about natural sugars, you know, found in honey or dates or whatnot. But sugar, processed refined sugars to fake foods that's pumped into half a million of the fake food items out there. And now they start promoting this stuff, right, they start fed up is a great documentary that exposes this also. So now you have these organizations who are out there supposed to be helping and guiding humanity. Now we're actually getting in most cases, bad advice, then it's uncovered that the scientists just like the nicotine industry, they were paying scientists, doctors were smoking. Now you have this with the sugar industry paying scientists and now they're

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basically lying. Right lying. And then they're, they're promoting the fake foods and saying the good foods that the Creator has given us, you know, you should be careful of eating of like avocados with the fat kind of eggs that you keep promoting and, and things that go more in line with common sense. I especially enjoyed the egg party we had outside of your school last week when I when I brought the eggs and I brought some eggs, Father, and your dad came along with your with your son, and a party and your dad started passing out eggs for for everybody to have and we were all doing the raw egg nutrition, warrior style, except except for you. Because here's a here's a prime example of how

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there is no one specific food that is going to be universally beneficial for everybody because it's possible for any given individual to have an allergy to any given food.

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Which means that your immune system is is reacting to

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the protein fraction of a food.

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Or sometimes people food is not right for someone because they they can't digest it well. Like some people have what is known as lactose intolerance. And they can't digest that well that particular milk sugar well or like someone who eats beans, or legumes and they get a lot of gas and bloating from eating those foods because of the the the type of carbohydrates that are in those foods.

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in my in my experience when someone is in need of enhancing their health building their health, they're not satisfied with their level of health I've seen much greater value with raw egg nutrition Of course always from from healthy, happy chickens, not conventional chickens, you know not not from the factory farms. That's that's risky. But when you're when you're getting organic chickens that are that are allowed to to eat the foods they naturally have the instinct t which is that that is they they have access to open pasture so they get to forage for whatever plant foods they want. And also, you know, they get to eat as many insects as they can get their beaks on because that's

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actually a chicken's best, very best food.

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That source of protein and essential fatty acids and vitamin B 12. So, you know, it's it's fundamentally important to really only eat animal foods from healthy, humanely raised and also, you know,

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humanely killed animals This is one of the reasons I have basic appreciation for Hillel Hello Yes hello Did you Did you see what happened recently in Indiana in your in your in your quite accomplished at doing that properly? I've seen you in action especially you know at your at the little farm that you have and preparation for holiday? Yeah. Did you see recently what happened to had it on the news they had an

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organization going undercover and they were exposing what is actually going on with many of these cows these calves you know the the brutality and yeah the yeah it's you seen that did you did you Oh, that's nothing new about that at the the the the god awful conditions of the commercial factory farms and the feedlots is. It's been documented going back over 100 years there was there was a an investigative journalist at the I think was the first decade of the 20th century.

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He had written an exposition on the realities of the

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commercial factory farm feedlot industry.

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maybe it'll come to me in a moment. But his his name and a the title of his book was

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his it's not something that's, that's coming to mind right now.

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this is this is over 100 years ago was identified how

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Really? How about barbaric the commercial factory farms or kids, because unfortunately, this again gets back to the issue of people not having a connection to,

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to other other forms of life. And it's just like the, you know, the, as everything got industrialized and

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you know, as the commercial feedlot beef industry especially got bigger and bigger and bigger, it was operated with less and less consciousness. And more and more carelessly, and the animals were just treated, you know, more and more. Just, you see human humanely. This goes back to what you know, that high level we call it Tucker, this is when people I mean, they make the goal, the ultimate goal is just business money. I mean, there's nothing wrong with business, but there's no integrity, you tell them on nutritional integrity. I mean, it's health. And I mean, just life integrity that you're, you have you have, you have good business ethics, you're not just blinded by

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the dollar. And just, you know, the the end goal is the profits, the bottom line, and then the bottom line at the end. There's another example we've seen, like they had in all the fitness magazines that a little bit of wine a little bit of, you know, is good for the health, but then recently, who World Health Organization they produce that no amount of alcohol is good for human consumption. Right? I support that. Yeah, that's not no amount. So and so now you see these facts coming up? A lot of times, you know, you go to again, it goes back to how, okay, so we gained some wisdom from from that we want to derive some of the things we talked about eating fake food,

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avoiding fake food, we talked about the first thing opting out of DNA damage that was banned in Europe. Right. So it's now it's banned here. That's another good piece of advice. To go for the pat down. The other thing you had you had mentioned is bloodwork. It's so important. So how much blood work does the average doctor? Where would you recommend them to go then full Budworth for a good reading of bloodwork a functional medicine doctor, what would you say you'll get, you'll be more likely to,

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to really get some value from from giving some of your precious blood and going through the time and expensive of generating blood test results.

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you're not likely to, to get much value at all, from from going through a blood testing process unless you have something just really blatant and glaringly, you know,

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either way too high, or way too low as far as a blood test value. But

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I wonder how many of the viewers who are going to be watching this episode I have experienced already in their life,

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what I call with, with some humor, some intentional humor, what I call the big medical blow off in regard to blood test results.

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That's when people are told everything is fine, everything is normal. Even when they feel lousy, and they, they don't feel fine, they don't feel so called so called normal. And then when someone who really has some depth or knowledge and understanding about about what's really being measured on a blood test, and how those particular measures will be influenced by self care practices, such as what people are eating and drinking, you know, when you take the time to carefully look at those results. After all someone has given some other precious blood and gone through the time and expense to generate these these test results. You know,

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if you really understand what you're looking at, and you take the time to really carefully look,

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I teach there's a potential treasure of information there in regard to what's going on with your basic and vital blood chemistry and blood cell values that are being measured. And there's a

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a lot of potential very valuable information in regards to

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that not only were you have problems, but I always enjoy ever since you know I've been

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looking at blood test results and explaining them to people

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I always enjoy explaining to people where they're strong, where you have strength where you have good balance. And and then also as needed, where you're less than strong, where you where you have room for improvement, where you have some weakness where you have some imbalance and blood test results have helped me

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for for many, many years,

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certainly, you know, at Dr. mikolas, he, he, he did very comprehensive blood testing. And he was very supportive of of all of his practitioners, taking the time to make the most of the results that were generated. In fact, we would dedicate at least one whole session, one whole session, 45 minutes, at least, to explaining blood test results to people to help them better understand themselves and where they're strong, where they're, they're in imbalance, but also where they're not so strong, where they have some weakness where they where they have some imbalances. And it was it was a motivating factor for people. But unfortunately, what I would also

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include in what I call the big medical blow off with regard to blood test results is if a person is not told everything is fine, everything is normal.

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The other most common experiences, they're not told anything at all about their blood test results, nothing, which gives them the assumption that well, everything must be fine, or, or they would have called me.

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But I've looked at a number of blood test results again, going back to my days, even before was worked for Dr. mercola. Looking at blood tests, results were at the lab clearly tagged a particular value,

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out of the reference range, either on the high side or the low side.

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And the practitioner that the person did the blood testing through. Yeah, didn't even comment on it. Nothing. They just they just completely blew it off. Yeah, and I don't that's not right, that's not right. If you're gonna if you're gonna have someone go through that time and expense of giving some of their precious blood to generate results. You know, I don't understand why you wouldn't want to make the most of those results. I think Dr. Medea seed

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would would agree with me and have a

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deep appreciation for what I'm saying. I brought up. And this is why I brought up the alcohol example was because I think this was in The Lancet that they did this study with every 10 seconds someone is dying from from alcohol related deaths.

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Just like the sugar industry, they ended up paying paint the scientists to go ahead and label fat and you know, these natural fats is bad. And then people get, you know, scared from this same thing was going on with the nicotine industry. Same thing with the alcohol industry. They were paying these scientists so human beings can be bought people who don't have integrity, who are who worship the dollar. Let me ask you something else. And I and I guarantee that and this is a simple change. You see when you get educated, right? We're all should be we call when people send other people, you should be ready to adjust towards the good and leave off something that's of no benefit. And then

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substitute it with something that you can have more tremendous benefit from and protect you and your family from harm. Why do they have and I guarantee probably 99% of people are using toothpaste that has fluoride in it and their kids. But if you just I challenge you right now if you just take that to paste and you turn it to the back and read the warning, and it says if swallowed

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more than use for brushing and the amount that they're referring to is a pea sized amount of tooth pay attention Hey now not not an ice cream scoop amount that is you know you see in the in the television commercials know they're referring to a pea sized amount of the toothpaste. If more than is used for brushing, that's what that's the amount they're referring to more than a pea sized amount is accidentally swallowed. Contact a poison control center. Contact poison control. That's the act now we'll take your toupees right now. On an outer tube of toothpaste, you'll see that warning. It says 99% of toothpaste. Well if it's got fluoride in it, which 99% do well that's a very

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common ingredient. But

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this is this is a much taken for granted. acknowledgement that fluoride can have a poisoning effect on our body. Yeah. So now your kids are obviously many of them are swallowing this stuff, right because they're certainly Yeah, certainly Yes. And and and it's been definitively proven definitively

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proven definitively proven, especially in recent years.

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Harvard School of Public Health, environmental health, health scientists, sciences,

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it's been definitively proven. And actually, is this is reinforced all the time, that there is a very strong correlation between the levels of fluoride that children are consuming in a child's intelligence, specifically, their IQ. The higher the level of fluoride that a child is consuming, the lower their IQ. Why did they put it in this if this is the risk of damaging one's intelligence, their IQ their health, but the argument is there there is just enough that will strengthen your teeth. And it's not harmful. You've heard the the argument for it

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for fluoride Yeah. Oh, sure. So yeah, it's it's it's it's a it's a prime example of propaganda. Because it's not based on science. There's they don't have truth on their side. But, you know, there's there's big money pushing, you know, the fluoridation of water agenda. If all goes back to we're talking about profits over health or repeat Yeah, well, you know, fluoride is the most protected pollutant in the history of the world. In fact, some truth about fluoride beyond the propaganda that very few people are familiar with, is that fluoride is the main pollutant that is generated by basically all industries that mine the earth for raw material. fluoride is a naturally

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occurring element in the Earth's crust.

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on the periodic table of elements, it's listed as fluorine, fluorine is the pure element fluorine and is pure form is a very caustic, very toxic, yellow ish gas. And it's the most highly reactive element on the periodic table of elements. In fact, it is so highly reactive. Pure fluorine does not occur naturally near Earth, it's always found in combination with an other element. For instance, fluorine, when it combines with sodium, it produces sodium fluoride. When it combines with calcium, it produces calcium fluoride.

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fluoride is not a nutrient for the human body, it is a toxin. And, but

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all major industries that mined the earth for raw materials like the aluminum industry, the phosphate fertilizer industry, they all generate as their primary waste product, their pollutant, various types of fluoride compounds, and to make a very long, Machiavellian and labyrinthian story short

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during World War Two, where the first experiments were done with fluoridating water,

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because it was hoped that

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because there was all this fluoride pollution being generated, especially during the armaments build up of World War Two, and there were more and more lawsuits being filed against fluoride polluting industries, for the fluoride pollution was was causing damage to agricultural crops, it was actually injuring maiming animals that were where people had farms they were close to a fluoride pollution generating industry like an aluminum

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manufacturer, manufacturing plant or a phosphate fertilizer industry or any industry that that mines,

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the earth for raw materials is going to have is going to be generating some fluoride pollution as in their refinement.

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processes, they're going to be generating some fluoride pollution. And so there were more and more lawsuits being generated or being filed against these fluoride polluting industries. And so again, to make a very long story, short,

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government and industry basically conspired, and that is the right word, conspired, and there is there is evidence proving this they conspired to create a new image for fluoride. This is this is how they handled the ever increasing number of lawsuits against industries that generate fluoride as a natural pollutant and their extraction and refinement processes. What they what they decided to do was to tell people that the fluoride is good for you. It's not a pollutant, it doesn't cause harm. It's good for you. In fact, it's so good for you we're going to add it to your drinking water. And if you want to get into the details of this, there was a book that came out this is the the the

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definitive book about

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The history, the economics, the science, and the politics of fluoride. The book was called the case against fluoride, written by a chemistry professor by the name of Paul connett, and a couple of his colleagues.

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The book has

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hundreds, if not 1000s, of references for the information, knowledge and understanding in the book. And the case against fluoride by Paul connett, is subtitled with a very important truth, about fluoride beyond the propaganda and the subtitle of the case against fluoride is called is is how hazardous waste ended up in our drinking water, and the bad science and powerful politics that keeps it there.

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Now, you're really getting on to the truth about about fluoride and why it's been so heavily promoted a lot of these things that they're not, they're not hard to uncover, you just got to do a little bit of research. And the facts are there. Yeah, well, you.

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You just you got to you got to go beyond the propaganda, you got to start asking questions, rather than just accepting, you know, the mainstream propaganda about anything, you know, if you really want to get educated, ask questions and go beyond the mainstream propaganda. And that's what that if it's mainstream, it's, in my experience, in my life experience, it's there's much more likely to be

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an agenda behind what is being promoted to the public, it's more likely to be appropriately considered a propaganda, which is what propaganda is, is the definition of that is this is

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misleading and highly biased information to

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to convince people of a particular point of view or a particular

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agenda that that someone's trying to promote. But propaganda is not used to represent the truth.

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And one of the things that I think is, is important to, to understand is that in the history of the story of fluoride, is that when the United States government

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decided to

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push the fluoridation of water as a national agenda that started in 1950, isn't it interesting that the person that they called upon to help them promote the value of water fluoridation to the American public was a man who had actually written a book in 1928 called propaganda. And that man's name is Edward Bernays. And Edward Bernays

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is regarded as

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the original spin doctor is one of the names for him. He was one of the

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the fundamental

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developers have the whole field of public relations, and how to market

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successfully to the public how to market anything to the public. And his first major accomplishment was the marketing of cigarette smoking to women in this country, in the 1920s. Up until 1920, or so, there was, I think, a very

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good very fortunate for the health of women, social taboo against women smoking in public. And but Edward Bernays said about breaking that taboo. And the way he did that was he made a smoking

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look glamorous, and sexy and very attractive to women. He associated cigarette smoking for women with being independently minded and all of that. And he very simply, he, what he did was he paid famous women of the day, you know, actresses and performers, socialites, well known woman to simply be photographed, smoking a cigarette in public, and it got marketed to women. So that's part of Edward Bernays as his background. And it's an interesting that the United States government called upon him

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to help them promote water fluoridation to the American public beginning in the 1950s, a man who had written a book on propaganda in which I have that book, I've read that book, and he not only justifies the use of propaganda, but he glorifies it. And our government called on him to help not us.

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Scientists not someone who is who was studying fluoride, but someone who is very highly accomplished in the field of this document, and this is Oh, yes, this is not a conspiracy. No, there's no this is this is this is actually addressed in the in the case against fluoride. Yeah. Where can people look this up this case? Well the case against fluoride you just Google it, you buy it from any any website that deals in real books. But, you know, the mainstream media did not give any attention to this book. You know, they the authors of the book case against fluoride, we're hoping that this the book would be a game changer, because it's so well documented. And the matter is an academic study.

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Oh, yes, yes, yes. And the thing is,

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the promoters of water fluoridation

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they have never had, and they will never have science and truth on their side. They don't the case against fluoride they have they have science and truth on their side. But you know what, you know what the promoters of fluoride have on their side. They have big money, big money, and they have they have political connections on their side. They've got they've got the economic and the political power and authority status with the public. That goes back with most of these things we're talking about. Yeah. When money gets involved, now you have some power, and then you're able to distort the truth. What do you think of and I'll tell you why I'm bringing this up. What have you

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heard of doctors like Dr. SEBI? Yes. I don't know much about him. personally. I heard about him. People have brought him up. Anytime I talk about health. I've always someone will come up. Have you checked out Dr. SEBI? I did a little bit of research. But he recently I think not too long ago he died? Well, yeah, I think it was a few years ago, actually. Yeah. Yeah. And what was it? What What do you know about him? Well, not very much other than I was interested enough in him to to check out some of his presentations and some of his interviews. And he had I think he had deep appreciation and knowledge about the difference between real food and fake food. But, you know, as you know,

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Eddie, I have great appreciation for the

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what, what, what what I

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describe as

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the spectrum of possibilities for human metabolism, there is no one diet that is right for everybody. So you're on a different what we call method. This is like a school of thought. I like your school what what your school of thought promotes is that it's not a one size fits all that makes sense. So what Yeah, well, one man's food is another man's poison could be Yes, yes. That was identified several 1000 years ago by the Roman thinker. lucretius. And, you know, where is the evolution in consciousness? You know, so that's your method, your school of thought and and, and someone you know, who's promoting a particular diet or nutrition plan? You know, for for everybody.

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One particular approach is not someone I'm very interested in. And

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Dr. SEBI seem to be from the presentations and interviews that I heard him give that he had a very strong

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I think is the appropriate word for vegetarian eating. And that works well for some people, but certainly not everybody. You know, there are, in fact, the vast majority of people that I work with, they experienced the best results in building their health, enhancing their health, when they eat, when they find the right balance for them, of plant foods and animal foods. But the vast majority of people that I work with do best when they do include some high quality animal protein and animal fat and their nutrition plan.

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Especially when it comes from healthy, humanely raised, but that's what we have to make clear because a lot of times many of any studies or anything that people point out, you will get eventually sick if you're eating from sick animals, these these from farm from the conventional industry. This is this is just thinking logically. I mean, doesn't doesn't that work sense? Yeah. If you take the time to think things through for yourself, you know, if you're if but you couldn't go wrong, I mean, somebody so he was he he was doing some good work.

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So he ended up dying in jail. There was someone they say that he had found a cure or he was on his way or something like that, regarding AIDS. And there was some success in it. I don't know somebody who mentioned Magic Johnson or whatnot. Going through him. Did you hear about to? No, I don't. So and anyways, he ends up and we I mean, we believe that the Creator God Almighty for every disease, he sent a cure. Yes, but we haven't

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in this industry, I remember you telling me we haven't cured anything in over 100 years, there's Well, you know, that's the conventional Rockefeller medicine, you know, that's, you know, they're a big part of their of their business model is like you mentioned Chris, before you know who is

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yours, you're one of your showing

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someone, someone that I give guidance to Yeah. I don't like the word patient. For one thing. I'm not a doctor, nutrition and health educator. And the second thing is, you know, the word patient means to suffer. So, in fact, you know, what I was listening to, I found I found a doctor recently

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on YouTube, his name is Dr. Steven Cozzi. And he's got a wellness center down in Texas. And you know, what I,

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he refers to all of the, the people that come to this health Health Center, not his patients, he refers to them as our guests as Yes. Isn't that isn't that lovely? Yeah. Our guests and and he teaches his guests, he what he's doing down there is basically what we were doing at, at the optimal Wellness Center was, you know, we were teaching people that really, the best way to overcome what you could call, the darkness of disease or dysfunction is to is to turn up the light of your inner health, we we taught are all of the people that came to us at the optimal Wellness Center in the glory days of the optimal Wellness Center, basically, how to eat healthier, how to live healthier,

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this is this is what we call it. This is like tayyiba This is like you mentioned Hello, there's another aspect of eating. Tell You About tell you about this real food, organic food, Pure Food, this is what we should be eating. And you talk about that. So I mentioned Dr. SEBI, because he ended up having some success. People are saying that he had some success, then he got started getting a lot of heat. Because of that. There was someone that was nipsey, or some some, like hip hop artists was also going to him, he was really impressed with him. And then he ends up

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he was going to put a documentary together this nipsey about Dr. Sebby about his work to highlight his work. So he's kind of a big name in the hip hop industry, this nipsey if I'm saying it right, I kind of I'm I don't listen to the hip hop printing this stuff anymore. But this was, this is big news. So then he ends up also getting killed. Why do they kill all holistic doctors messing up the medical shortstop and de gras? Why do niggas get killed for hustling in front of a nigga spot? You sure stopping the grind? And these niggas they check is billions. You got niggas that give flip for a couple 100,000. So you plan with some pharmaceutical money? You know, and what's crazy, I'm

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working on doing a documentary on the trial. In 1995. Dr. SEBI went to trial against New York, right? Because he put a newspaper he cured he did he did he at any went to federal court the next day and beat that case on record. Yeah. And nobody talks about it. I'm not I'm not saying there's anything behind it, but I'm just highlighting it because but then it goes back to some of the things that that we found. You mentioned Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez.

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He was someone who had some success in treating cancer. Yes. And other doctors and using a nutrition and then it doesn't take a Sherlock Holmes and you think Hold on, man. We see like what's going on here. And these people like they're coming up, they're doing some work, and all of a sudden, you know, they end up dead. Yeah, right. Yeah. A conspiracy now is if we start conspiring, we say, oh, what happened like this, this I'm just I'm just asking a question. Just like you don't need to be Sherlock Holmes is like, people when they're, they're on the road to you know, maybe coming up with something of a cure or then they end up all of a sudden a heart attack. What happened when Nikolas

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Gonzales people can look him up, he was a brilliant mind. He also had the most documented success, most documented scientific now he's documenting his stuff. And he had the most documented success of any practitioner in the country, in helping people to realize freedom from various types of malignancies. With a nutrition based holistic program, I remember and he was a student he was following. First he went in if I remember when I was looking into him, he was very, he was very skeptical. He was going into going to go into medical school. He was a investigative journalist or something. He was and then he was like, looking at this like these people are quacks he started was

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a doctor Kelly. Dr. Kelly said, Look at my files. Go ahead. Just look. He had hundreds of hundreds of files of success stories. He said, Go ahead, go examine them. Go ahead. And he started to examine it. He's like, Man, this is this is science. This is science. I mean, this is like proof. And then he got pulled in and he started to, you know, follow his method and they were having success. And then what happened to him

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after he had been in practice for almost 30 years, and a very high profile location in New York City

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at the age of 67, as I mentioned earlier, Eddie before, before we started filming the show that it's four years ago this month that Dr. Gonzalez was found dead.

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And there was no indication that he had any any health problems. Did they say heart attack before he died? Well, he was autopsied. And from my understanding, I was following his website

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for a number of months after he had died to see what was being posted. And

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he was autopsied, and the autopsy did rule out heart attack, he did not die of a heart attack. But, but that's what they said it was the cause of death. Well, that was the assumption that was the assumption he died, he died very suddenly. Yeah. But the,

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as far as I know, and,

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you know, the the cause of death was was indeterminate. It wasn't it was it was not, it was not identified. I could be wrong about that. But, you know, Dr. Gonzalez, was getting more and more vocal in the last years of his life getting getting more and more media attention, for instance,

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a very well known celebrity who's actually also been the author of a number of best selling books. The actress, the beautiful actress Suzanne Somers, had featured

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the work of Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez and actually a best selling book that she that she put together, called knockout, which was about

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doctors, curing cancer with non toxic methods and Suzanne Somers. Is that from that, what is that she's a famous actress. Right, right. Yeah, yeah, she was in a, in a very popular TV show back in the in the 70s 80s. But she's,

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she has been writing about about health issues for the last several decades. And anyway, why did these people usually get just like, dismissed as quacks? They just, you know, kick them to the curb and say these people are just, there's something wrong with them. Yeah. Well, Nicholas Gonzalez was, but if you watch Nicholas, Nicholas Gonzalez, you watch some of his stuff. He's brilliant. I mean, you can see him just he's like, anyone I checked, Nick, Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, look it up. Look, yeah. Oh, yeah. He's still there's many of his presentations. Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez short and long. on YouTube, one of the one of his famous students also Dr. Kelly Brogan, right. Yes, Dr. Kelly

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Brown. She was an entered with him for less so she's having tremendous success. Yeah, helping people and it's not with drugs. She does. She helps people with food now she was. She's a psych was. She's a psychiatry, psychiatry, and they prescribed the most drugs. Yeah, she's she specializes in women's psychiatry. And up until about seven or eight years ago, she was basically very conventional just writing prescriptions for you know what, what the diagnostic minimal success, minimal success? Yeah, well, she's almost no such she saw what she saw that she wasn't really helping people in the long run. But she she was being very successful in practicing the business of, of psychiatry, but she had

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her own health crisis after she had her first pregnancy. And she was diagnosed with a condition known as and I can talk all about this because she's very public with her story. And she, she she wrote a book in 2015 called a mind of your own, which is basically it's it's that book is basically

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mostly about how to eat healthier and I got the book. Yeah, I've read the book. Yeah. Right. And so it's a good well, so she's, she's, she's been doing

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basically nutrition and health educating work for the last seven plus years and having having the the best success of a career helping helping women overcome depression and anxiety and a lot of other so called mental emotional, psychological issues.

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after her first pregnancy, she developed a condition that was labeled as hashimotos thyroiditis. And the medical dogma about that is it is for almost every type of chronic condition is well we don't know the cause. And there's no cure, but we can give you drugs. And you know, that's, that's a business model. That's not medical science. It's a business model put in place a long time ago by very very powerful interest. And it gets promoted to the public as you know, medical science but anyway,

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she worked with a

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nature Pathak Doctor Who taught her about what real food was and got her on the right nutrition.

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plan for her and taught her how to eat healthier and how to live healthier. And although the dogma about Hashimoto thyroiditis is there's, there's no cure for this. Within a year, she was completely cured of this condition based not only on our own subjective experience or her health, how she was feeling, but also the blood test. There are specific

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markers and blood tests that can identify this this condition. And, you know, there's specifically there are these what are known as thyroid antibodies that get elevated when when someone has

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someone has a problem with with their thyroid function, and they get this this diagnostic label of hashimotos thyroiditis, we speak primarily because they have elevations of certain thyroid antibodies.

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And, and they're also experiencing low thyroid function and the symptoms related to that such as, you know, low energy and low mood and, you know, other symptoms of an underactive thyroid are constipation, dry skin, hair loss, a number of other symptoms can manifest so you see her completely overcame that she overcame that and she talks about a lot of cases now that she she is actually helping to heal people from many of these, these. These like teaching them how to eat healthier, eating what we call tayyiba eating, eating the real food, but not just that, I also lifestyle, she talks about lifestyle, it's all about lifestyle changes, right and also sleeping, well eating,

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eating well, moving your body, moving your body exercise, these things that are extremely important. This is what Dr. SEBI also talked about lifestyle. So just connecting that Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, but this one I bring up because Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, this happened to him he died was several years ago, this four years ago. I think Dr. Sebby he died not too long ago. And a lot of celebrities are go I think Michael Jackson and Magic Johnson and many celebrities were drawn to him over they were going to him over the years. So this guy highlighted because of him saying he can cure AIDS. But then who stands in the interest? Someone say, Well, why what's if some people naively can say

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like, Well, why would someone stop him? Why would anyone if there's a cure for cancer, if there's a cure for for AIDS, isn't that a good thing? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. When humanity come together to support these people, why would they think why would they like some, some people will claim you're going to get taken out? Yeah.

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You know, well,

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I think it's, it's naive, to think that

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the truth is what dominates in the world. It's, it's, it's, it's a great tragedy of life to to come to the realization that there are

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economic powers and political interests that that they have their own agenda. And

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the truth often gets trampled by, by by, you know, the most the most powerful

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interests in the world think how much money now let's say Dr. SEBI, he did come up let's just hypothetically if he did someone like him or someone else, Dr. Gonzalez they had the cure for cancer, how long they've been trying to cure cancer and how long they've been? That's I think, I believe it's $160 billion industry so just think logically, how many people would be out of a job? Yeah, how many organizations will be shut down? How much money would stop coming in? For the age pills like for the for this? Basically, it's

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the pills that are that are symptom managing? What's going on with with these diseases, all these things would get shut down because you'd have now a cure. I had a guest Come on not too long ago. He said, Look, if if God Almighty is the most Justin fair, he's not going to limit that cure for particular people who have just so much money it's going to be for everybody. All right. So the cures are out there. But human humans are the ones wrecking habit. They're the ones stopping it trying to stop it from coming out. And then I mean, it doesn't it's not something Farfetch where people can research and many people have come up there's a list of these doctors who are good human

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beings are coming out trying to help humanity next thing they're drowned they're they're missing what is known as suicide suicide in their families, like, why would he commit suicide? Like why would you like all of a sudden a gym, you have no reason you're healthy? You're going to get if you go to get fresh food every Tuesdays and Saturdays at what a few times a week. You're at the farm. You know, you feeling good, you know, all of a sudden, Jim Jimmy, Jim committed Jim commit suicide. Now the people that know you, they're like, come on, there's no way Jim would hang himself. So this is what happened with many of these people. And it just interesting it just it's like what's going

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on, you know, so

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Well ultimately, it comes down to, you know, where do you put your trust.

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And I trust my god given innate intelligence and inner inner and inner capability to be healthy. And, or if I if I manage to, to injure myself, like I've done a couple times recently overdoing exercise, you know, I trust my, my God given capability to, to heal to this to strengthen myself where I have developed some some weakness or to balance myself we're out of balance, you know, and so, you know, the intelligence to be healthy is is there we have that in every cell of our body has this this incredible intelligence to know how to produce energy and know how to function properly as long as the cell is getting all of its needs met, beginning with all of the nutrients necessary to

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support the cellular needs for energy production. And that's the key issue. You know, the cells can't do anything without energy they have the intelligence is always there, but it's up to us to provide our body with all of the nutrients that are necessary for producing energy and also the nutrients that are needed as building blocks for for new cells for new tissue. So you know, if you if you have a damaged knee, or if you have a damaged foot, like my right foot is currently injured, I banged it into a, you know, a doorframe accidentally

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my body he has has an increased need now for the nutrients needed to to make new cells new healthy cells, but it also needs energy in order to, to do the cleaning away of the you know, the damaged injured cells and replacing them with with new cells. And that's nutrients that the body needs nutrients beginning with the oxygen in the air we breathe, remember, our most important nutrient is, is oxygen. And that's why we have a constant need to breathe, to inhale. In fact, I teach it I don't know that I've ever mentioned this on the dean show. But actually our most basic form of nutrient of nutrition, our most basic form of nutrition is actually our inhale, we inhale air to get our most

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important nutrient. oxygen, oxygen certainly is a nutrient. And so the better you breathe,

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the better your health. In fact, I've shared this with you for quite some time. Now I don't miss a day of breathing exercise, I do breathing exercises very important every every day because you can improve the flow through the through the through the stomach instead of the cello, even even more basic than that is to simply breathe conscious consciously where you're actually giving your your your your mental attention to your your breath to your inhale. And you can you can improve the fullness of your inhale and the completeness of your exhale. If you do give conscious attention to this and you do there's many different type of breathing exercises that you do that you can do. I do

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a variety of different breathing exercises. My favorite one is what I call deep breathing leg races where I lay on my back, I inhale as fully as I can through my nose. And then

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I lift up my legs in good form, and I exhale through my mouth is completely as I can. And that that feels the best to me. But I do I do a number of other breathing exercises. And my advice to people is if you know how to do any type of breathing exercise, if you ever learned how to do any type of breathing exercise, you know from because you're a singer or because of you, you've done yoga or you've done martial arts. So what if you know of at least one breathing exercise that you you feel good with? When you do it that you feel it helps you to feel good? Or makes you feel even better? My advice is prioritize putting the time into doing that breathing exercise every day. Yeah, it's one

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of those things, ladies for five minutes. 15 It costs you a little bit of time, no side effects. Right at the end, you'll feel relaxed. Well, it's the most important i have i do i do after my class will do and I've had my students come up we'll do right after the class, we'll do some, you know, stretching and some breathing exercises. And people actually look forward to that and it's relaxing and soothing and calming. And people can look up go look at benefits of breathing properly and breathing exercise and you'll see a lot of different benefits and know that you can improve the quality of your breath. Yeah, and then that goes that's just one component to healthy lifestyle. And

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then if you start getting all these components right then

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You're gonna have more of a chance of living a more optimal, healthy

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life, right, rather than just eating all the fake foods, not getting proper sleep, not developing nutritional integrity, then going and putting more drugs in your body. And then you wonder why, you know, you got all these issues when you're not addressing the root problem, the root cause lifestyle, right? So we, we've covered a lot, I want to thank you again for being on the program. Well, you're very welcome, Eddie. And thank you again, for inviting me back on the dean show. And I hope whoever is watching this program, find some value in it. And, you know, God bless all of your viewers, God bless you and your family. And let's

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remember, nutritional integrity.

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You, you, you carry that with you everywhere you go as a shield against fake food. And the fake food unfortunately, is everywhere. And our American culture and other cultures too. And so it's it's really it's, it's not only valuable, it's absolutely it's it's essential to have appreciation for developing your nutritional integrity. So set the bar high for what is acceptable food and drink for your body and then be faithful to the standards that you set for yourself. And this will serve your health very, very well for as long as you're around. Beautiful advice. Thank you very much, Katie. Thank you, Jim. Thank you, Jim. Marlo here on the Dean's show and you heard it. Honor the gift that

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the Creator has given us this vehicle that's there to get us to life Your body is not a garbage can don't put garbage in it, eat real food, avoid fake food and develop that nutritional integrity. As Jim Marlo health educator has shared that beautiful advice with us and we'll see you next time share in the comments below below some of your takeaways from this program, share and we'll see you next time until then Peace be with you.

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