Friday 1 August 2014
Talking about wounds that are slow to heal being a degenerative health issue. Eating less insulin spiking foods so you can increase insulin sensitivity. Use supplements to re-sensitize your insulin. Diabetes is an eating disease. Cholesterol, hormones and wound healing. DHEA, wound healing and anti ageing. Gerald from Texas has a question about what is the best source of chromium and vanadium. Tera from north Carolina has a friend who’s teeth are turning transparent. Stephanie from Florida is dealing with a recurring rash which she thinks is linked to her menstrual cycle. Steve from Virginia has a friend with gall bladder problems. Mark from new Hampshire had pain in his lower back and is having success with digestive enzymes and all the youngevity products.
Monday 4 August 2014
Talking about the degenerative disease process being the bulk of all health problems. It is in the body’s nature to heal its self and regenerate. Taking supplements and nutrients before surgery to accelerate healing. If a topical skin cream does not help heal a wound or a cut its probably a useless topical product. Hormones are a version of cholesterol. DHEA, wound healing and anti ageing. Signs of ageing are indicators of the breakdown process. Balance your anabolism and catabolism so your metabolism is in net build up. Letter from Howard who has a eye condition where the cornea of eye produces excess collagen. Brian from new Hampshire has a question about protection from medical x-rays and radiation damage. Carol from Calgary has a friend with psoriasis on her arms. Cindy from Virginia has a question about surgical scars.
Tuesday 5 August 2014
Talking about the simplicity of net build up and net break down of your health. Nourish, oxygenate and detoxify the body for net build up. DHEA, wound healing and anti ageing. DHEA dosage and checks. Topical DHEA. 7 keto DHEA. Cindy from Virginia has a scar on her upper lip. Fructose in the Beyond Tangy Tangerine. Vitamin E and wound healing.
Wednesday 6 August 2014
Talking about slow wound healing. DHEA dosage. Healing is similar to building or anabolism. Slow healing wounds are similar to break down or catabolism or degenerative disease. Cells and how they produce connective tissue. Fibroblast cells that have been suffocated and starved of nutrients can cause fibrosis. Eye disease and excessive fibre formation in the eyes. Steve has a question about Jordan Rubin’s specially bread cattle. Also question about the Ebola virus. Ryan from San Antonio has a wife who has hypertension and a urinary tract infection. Ron from Texas has a question about constipation and flax seeds. Also has a question about telomeres on the end of DNA. Mary from Michigan who’s husband cut open his wrist and has a bad wound.
Thursday 7 August 2014
Talking about excessive secretion of fibres in the body that cause fibrosis diseases. Toxic fibroblast cells. Scleroderma is a chronic systemic autoimmune disease characterised by hardening of the skin. Gerd, heart burn could be mild scleroderma. Doctors cannot reverse scleroderma. Chris from new Hampshire has a question about the immune system activation when we eat food. Chris from Texas asks what does a healthy stool look like. Dianne from Santa Cruz got a sample of the skin cream Ben sent out. Also has a question about the flavour of the Osteo FX product. Jane from Texas has scleroderma.
Friday 8 August 2014
Talking about scleroderma which is an autoimmune disease characterised by hardening of the skin. Use a re-bounder to get a good quick work out. Oestrogen and auto immune disease. Using progesterone to balance oestrogen. The adrenal glands and hormone replacement therapy. Grace has had success with PMS using essential fatty acids. Mumtas from Texas has been suffering skin pigment issues which she thinks is vitiligo. Cindy from Virginia has dry skin. Margarie from Los Angeles who’s mother had a stroke.
Monday 11 August 2014
Repeat show from Thursday 15 November 2012.
Tuesday 12 August 2014
Repeat show from Friday 3 August 2012.
Wednesday 13 August 2014
Repeat show from Friday 20 April 2012.
Thursday 14 August 2014
Repeat show from Friday 27 April 2012.
Friday 15 August 2014
Talking about heart and cardiovascular health. Anabolism, catabolism and metabolism. For our health we need to be in net building mode. Focus on reversing net catabolism in to net anabolism. Making sure you have enough protein and good fats in your diet to hit your satiety centres. Essential fatty acids and fatty food cravings. Kenny from Florida has a question about nutritional response muscle testing. Also a question about whole food supplements. Paul from Florida has psoriasis. Gratsiano has a friend who took ibuprofen and now has Stevens Johnson syndrome.
Monday 18 August 2014
Talking about connective tissue disease. The fibroblast cells are the root problem of connective tissue disease. As we get older our connective tissue breaks down causing the visual signs of ageing. Fibroblast cells are not making enough connective tissue. Cindy from Virginia is diabetic and injecting insulin and has a question about high and low blood sugar. John from Michigan has a question about cramping muscles on long bike rides. Matthew from Texas has roughness of the skin on his ears. Twan has a question about ALS, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or Lou Gehrigs disease.
Tuesday 19 August 2014
Talking about the difference between general sadness and chronic depression. Robin Williams and his depression. The voice in your head. Amasai and SueroViv for fasting. Understanding the vocalisation in your head. Speed reading teaches you not to vocalise in your head when you read. Separating yourself from the vocalisation in your head. Bill from Oklahoma has been suffering from diverticulitis. Carolyn from Kansas has a father with a stint in his heart after a heart attack.
Wednesday 20 August 2014
Talking about depression and the voice in our heads. Strategies to combat depression. Try to be of service to others, try to think about other people and how you can help them. Fear and anger in relation to depression. Prescription drugs and how they lower energy level in the body. Robin Williams had open heart surgery and was on prescription drugs. Explaining the different kinds of salts. Bobby from Florida has atrial fibrillation and cardiomyopathy. Dennis from Florida has a sister with high blood pressure and head aches when she bends over. Stan from Florida has a question about Himalayan salt and iodine content.
Thursday 21 August 2014
Talking about depression, fear and anger. Fear is a projection of the future. Bring yourself back to the here and now. Deep breathing to slow down your brain wave activity. PTSD treatment using a pet like a dog. Pets help take the focus off yourself. Nutritional supplements for depression. Jeff from Minnesota has had success with the Youngevity products. Kay from Texas got a cut on her knuckle and her arm has swollen up. Robert from Texas has dark rings around his eyes. Thomas from California had success with depression by using lithium. Has a question about sun tan lotion and over exposure to the sun. Sheryl from Texas is experiencing hot flushes and thinning hair.
Friday 22 August 2014
Talking about connective tissue and collagen. Phytoestrogens and anti-ageing creams. Oestrogen creams and oils. Nitric oxide. Facebook experiment on emotional states. Letter from a lady with a colon prolapse. Letter from Montano who has lupus.
Monday 25 August 2014
Talking about the ice bucket challenge for raising awareness. ALS amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. ALS is a degenerative disease. ALS is a hardening of the lateral columns of the spinal cord. Getting to the root cause of the ALS. Cells are producing too much hardening proteins. Adam from Colorado has a pregnant wife with gall bladder stones. John from Texas has a friend with gynecomastia. Carol from Washington has a friend with Lou Gehrigs disease.
Tuesday 26 August 2014
ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a degenerative disease. Cells are producing too much hardening proteins. Parkinson’s and alzheimer’s produces too many hardening proteins in the brain. Cells are like 3D printers they print molecules. If your cells are toxic, suffocating and starving they cannot function properly. Letter from Dante about gall stones, bile and dietary fibre from beans and legumes. Pamela from Boston has a mother who is on antibiotics and in the hospital and she wants to use the youngevity products in hospital. Karen from Arizona has been diagnosed with cataracts. Malery from Texas has an ovarian cyst.
Wednesday 27 August 2014
Talking about the way the body heals itself compared to the medical model. Connective tissue is produced by one type of cell called a fibroblasts. Fibroblasts emit a nitric oxide gas which activates the fibroblast cell. Nitrogen itself is not explosive however its compounds are. Explaining exactly what hormones are and what they do. Cells have to be able to communicate with each other. Daryl from Idaho has been suffering from trigeminal neuralgia which is a pain in the face. Shannon from Texas is pregnant and has low platelets.
Thursday 28 August 2014
Repeat show from Tuesday 2 October 2012.
Friday 29 August 2014
Repeat show from Tuesday 2 October 2012.