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Music theory Z transmission. And this is a summary of my big thesis, which I did for 25 million dollar study, and I Agent National Institutes of Health, and make a long story short, we replace the genetic theory with epigenetics.

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Very, very proud of that. And so, you know, there’s all kinds of things we have to go into Hell’s Kitchen tells the transition from wood this fuel and coal fuel. We’re using the wood ashes and coal ashes as fertilizer cause they’ for thousands and

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thousands and thousands of years. And then, when we went to electricity, we didn’t have the wood ashes, coal ashes anymore, and everything in our house just went crazy, especially because we have the we had the dams.

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And if we wanted we had the dams it off the floods, and everybody was happy about that.

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But it shut off the floods in the spring to the bottom land, and we did have silt anymore to plow in.

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And as a result the bottom line was useless, cause we had all those dams now, and the Us.

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Senate came out in 1936 with Usaid, document 2, 64, and says, this is the U. S.

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Senate, 1936, our farm sales in America no longer have sufficient nutritional minals in it to ensure long and healthful human life. What did I tell you?

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You better be supplementing. There’s no way you can eat well, and doctors say, Oh, don’t waste your money and buy as much as he will.

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Those doctors should have their licenses taken away and put in jail when they say stuff like that, because you cannot get what you need from your food.

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Even the Us. Senate said, at 1936.

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So with that, I think I’ve taken up my 10 min here, or pretty close to it.

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And so I’m gonna turn it over to Pam and Dave in case our to Laura.

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And whoever has the questions here. So we have about, you know, 1015 min worth of questions.

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I would like to ask. I have a friend that I just was speaking with, and she was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer.

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She’s over 250 pounds, and her husband just lost a toe, and so he’s got a diabetes.

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So if you could cover those 2 I appreciate. Thank you.

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Okay. Well, that’d be, this is easy. That is a simple nutrition deficiency.

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No bad foods, no fried foods, no process meats, no oils or glutens, no wheat in a bar around, notes, no sugar, no carbonator drinks.

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You know the that one’s got to go and also carminate Watery. Have to go.

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No sugar, and then I’m assuming he’s gonna weigh about 200 pounds or so.

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He needs 2 healthy brain and heart packs per month.

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2 healthy brain and heart patch month photos everything twice a day, and he’s 2 bottles a month of the Msm.

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So you can take 3, 3, and then he needs $2 a month or sweetie.

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He can take 3 of those twice a day, but if you’ medication for his diabetes do not cold turkey off the medication, but as the blood sugar comes down by actual measurement, you can slowly reduce medication based on the number usually within 2 to 6 weeks there’ll be off the

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medication. But you have to stay on the program forever.

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Okay, how many oxygen forever? How long you need at 90 cents in nutrients forever?

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How long is he need to eat the sweeties forever?

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Okay? And then the wife, okay, she’s 250 pounds.

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She has. Oh, I’m apologize. What kind of cancer?

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Stage 4, and they said, It’s gone all through her.

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Is it breast cancer, colon cancer? What is she got?

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I’m sorry.

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They said. It’s all through her 4 State Fourth stage all through her, they said.

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Okay. I’m not getting what type of cancer is. Stage 4.

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Just means it’s in all over the place.

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That’s it, they said. It’s all over the place, and she is on morphine, and she almost gave up.

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Okay, okay, well, we can help her, but we can’t guarantee her a cure.

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You have stage 4. The cancers in her liver and her lungs and kidneys and brain, and you know, all over the place, Colon depending rest, you know, who knows where it came from, because they’re not telling us where it started.

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And it’s one of those things where, if they’re saying, she’s only got weeks or months to live, we might get her 2 years.

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Okay. But we’re not gonna guarantee her a cure when you have stage 4.

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Cancer. This is heavy duty stuff. Okay, but it 250 pounds.

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We want her to give her all the bad foods which drive the cancer, no fried foods, and all processed meats and oils or glutens, no wheat in the water around.

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Oh, no sugar, no buckwheat, no carbonator drinks of any kind, and then we want her 250 pounds to have 2 healthy brain and heart passion months, 2 halibrane heart patch month the following twice a day.

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We want her to support our immune system. So we wanted to have $2 a month at the Msm. Saying, Shake 3 at breakfast Street unless you dinner time, and they’re gonna help her build the bone marrow, which is where you get your Antibodies where you get your and

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white blood cells go and kill and eat the cancer cells. Alright.

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And then we also want her to have the college and Peptides, which will help do the same thing.

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At scooping, that with their morning drinks, go over their evening.

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You want her to also take. Oh, gosh! We have some products.

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Want her also to if she has pain. Okay, we do have topical pay relief.

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We do have things like. Oh, what else would you suggest, Laura?

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About few quite z.

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A few cloudy. That would be good. Yeah, few, quite. Z.

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A few quid Z is from the seaweed, you know, off the shores.

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Oh, Australia! But we would also say a few, quite 0 capsules.

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I take through those twice today, just for prevention. We also have Z radical, which is a liquid.

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She may prefer the liquid in his stage she’s at, and she could take an answer that twice. It’d be 2 parts a month of the Z Radical which is legendary for supporting immune system, and then you know give us more information.

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Have her call in. Or you guys get more information from her and call us so it can be more specific.

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Okay, and.

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Okay, I did. I did talk to her a little bit about.

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She has this craving for her suite so much, and I said to kind of replace it with a protein in salt, salt salt until it tastes sweet.

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Be able to see radical is gonna help her when she has a craving for assault.

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This is her body’s, is called Paika Pica, her body saying, You’re merely deficient.

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Give me something here. I I want some salt and that’s why people craze salt when they’re merely deficient.

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And so that’s why she needs these mills. That’s why she needs to the hell to be in heart packs or month.

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She needs $2 a month for the Msl. 2 canisters of the collagen peptides, and of course we want her to have the liquid Z Radical.

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Alan, so that twice a day it’s 2 parts a month, or she could have the few quite. Z.

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$2 a month. Take 3 of those tabs twice a day.

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I do that just for prevention. Okay? But you have to stay away from all the band stuff, because bad stuff will continue to drive the cancer faster and faster and faster, and don’t say, well, I got cancer and do whatever I want.

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Now, no, I wouldn’t do that, because you might be able to get another couple of years on.

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Okay, in a functional way.

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Right? Okay, thank you so much. And, Laura, you have a question next.

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Yes, I do. I do, and thank you for that. So so Dr.

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Wallak, earlier you mentioned about as you have said several times, that doctors should be, should get a fine right or they should go to jail, and so I was wondering, with your success that the success that you’ve had over the years in regards.

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To getting bring in, bringing things up to speed, bring in nutrition up to speed. You’ve introduced selenium and baby formula.

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That’s one of the many successes. So it wouldn’t. Isn’t it possible to do something to to handle this?

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Because doctors are, from what I understand, they are actually trained to obviously they’re trained to prescribe medications.

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Is correct.

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But they’re not trained, so can something be done about that?

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Well, we have books. I have 21 best selling books. I’m gonna have 3 more best selling books here in a couple of weeks.

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This is one. There’s 2 more coming. Okay, this is, you know, the Wall Revolution.

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We have 2 more coming. Oh, we have looks like it’s on your head.

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Doctors don’t know there’s such a thing as honesty, a process to go.

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We’re not trained for that when I’ve had patients go ask them.

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Of their doctors or family physician. Have you ever heard osteoporosis?

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Who told you that there’s no such thing? There’s never been a report, and I’ll see a process go.

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They have no idea there’s 37 different disease you can get from house.

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Your processes go. And so this is why we have the books out there for the general public to read, and of course I do like you say I’m doing this thing here with Pam and Dave and Laura.

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I do my own stuff on Monday, through Friday noon to 2.

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Okay. And so people all over the world get to hear me tomorrow night.

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I’m gonna be talking to the Philippines. On Friday night I talked to Australia, and you know it’s all over the place, and so there’s no reason why doctors can’t get this information.

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But they’re happy because insurance pays for the prescriptions where it helps the patient or not.

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If the doctor prescribes it, insurance will pay for it, and this is a very, very, very, very sad issue, because it allows doctors to pile on the nutrition.

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No and it helps the doctors. It allows the doctors to pile on the prescription.

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Okay, because insurance pays for it. And and the patients don’t complain because insurance pays for it.

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Okay, I’ve been paying for insurance all my life, and now they have to step up to the plate for and pay for all this you know all those prescriptions that my doctor wants me to have an insurance.

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Okay. And so this is a sad situation in any other industry.

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It would be all over with if I’ll be in court every second.

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But in the medical profession people just wanna be paying free. The doctor says.

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Well, you’ve only got a couple of months to live, but we can make it pain free.

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Okay. Thank you. Well, that doesn’t cut it with me.

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Okay, okay. And so it’s really a sad thing.

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But in the fact that there’s insurance there has been one of the very negative things when it comes to the actual practice of medicine, and whether or not they want to get a cure for the Disease Prevention for disease why get a prevention, when insurance pays for treatment.

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I got you all right.

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Okay, okay? And so any more questions, you had a couple of more minutes here.

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Well, I do have a question in regards to a girl.

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I told you that she was in a car accident, and the baby was in the car.

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They had to have the jaws of life, and so they’re still dealing with some broken bone issues.

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What would you say? For some of these broken bones?

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And this is the baby, or the mother.

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Support, a.

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Oh, well, mother, you know she needs a 90 with the Msm.

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Collagen peptides, vm. D. 3. The baby needs are kids.

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Toddy. Okay, kids, toddy. And we do have liquid collagen.

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Okay, I go that direction.

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And so and also the Efa’s. But don’t forget the kids, toddy, and you need the Efa’s pump.

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Show those little soft gel castles and squirt them in the kids.

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Toddy. The Kid is having 3 or 4 meals a day.

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One of those meal needs to be at least one of the meal, maybe 2 of the 3 or 4 meals could be kids.

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Toddy. Okay? And it’s gonna give that baby what it needs to help rebuild the bones if there’s a fracture.

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Okay. If the mother is in trouble. Okay? And has fractures.

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Yeah, and the mother history of breastfeeding that baby.

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Then, that probably won’t work because she’s funneling all those mirrors to repair her fractures and she’s not gonna get the middles into the baby.

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So if she wants to continue breastfeeding, that’s fine, but she’s got to really ramp up and take the 90.

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Take the Msm. Take the college and Peptide.

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Take advantage of 3, and make sure, in addition to the breast.

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Milk baby is getting a least one meal a day, or the kids toddy.

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If the baby’s on in familiar, simple act again, make sure that one meal a day is the kids, Tony, don’t forget the Efa and the fa plus that’s gonna speed up the healing of fractures. Okay.

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Awesome great information. Thank you. And what about somebody with thyroid cancer?

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They’ve had it radiated. It’s gone, and she’s been on every single thyroid medication.

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She’s exceeded every single new one that out there and she can hold have Brand, and she talks with, you know, with the horse voice, so can we support the thyroid after it’s been.

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Well, if it’s been totally radiated, we don’t know how much functional thyroid tissues left, but we do have things like oceans.

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Gold, which is as a thyroid product. We have few coin, Z, which is a thyroid product, and again, Hildebrand and heart pack Msm.

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Vitamin d 3. All that stuff help, rebuild, and it just depends.

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If there’s, you know, if they took out half the thyroid cause, it’s because the cancers on one half and they radiated.

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But there’s still some functional thyroid. Then that’s good.

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But you still have to take the oceans. Gold which comes from one ocean, and the few cozy which comes from the other ocean.

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And I take 3 of those twice a day of each of those.

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Oh, and I don’t have a thyroid problem, but I’m taking them far.

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Yes, I appreciate that. And and I was one of those people that the doctor told me it was all in my head, you know, and I just couldn’t understand.

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So, and I do love the oceans. Gold in the Z Radical, and I used to use their big stuff, and so I find great joy in having both the oceans cold and the sea radical for my thyroid issue.

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Okay, thank you for sharing.

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I have a question.

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Anybody else. Fantastic.

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This is Dan. I’ve been reading about Omega supplements, and I’m taking yours, and I see that a lot of them are starting to add Omega, 7.

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You know anything about that?

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I’ve never heard of Omega 7. I only know Omega is an Omega.

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3, okay? And so I’ll have to look up the Omega 7. I’ll get back to you on it.

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Yeah, this is.

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But if you take the our Omegas, okay, that’s our Efa’s and our Efa pluses, which are omega threes.

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Okay, I take 3 of each of those twice a day, and you know I’m 83 years old going ready for it.

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I don’t have any history of blood clots and anything like that, or strokes, or anything I don’t have any bronchitis. I don’t have any bronchitis.

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I don’t have any restoration problems, because I’m taking these nutrients.

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I’ve been taking them since I was 9 years old.

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Okay. I cured myself when Doctor 20 different doctors couldn’t cure me.

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And they’re gonna put me in a hospital slash prison.

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That was because I was hurting people and and they couldn’t figure it out.

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$20 to confirm it absolutely put me they were gonna put me in this, and so on Friday night my mother and dad are packing my clothes.

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They could take me to this hospital prison on Monday and Saturday morning.

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I throw out my curios and my oatmeal.

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Am, I? Let’s see here weies to the chickens, and I went up to the barn, and I started taking our alfalfa pellets or 4 to 5 with violence and medals for our calves, and to make a long story short in 3 days time I cured myself after

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5 years of suffering, it’s called tourette syndrome today.

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Back then they didn’t have a name for it. Okay?

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And so when I was 9 years old, I knew that doctors didn’t know much about nutrition, and so that’s what got me interested in it.

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When I was 9, and it’s only gotten better and better and better.

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We’ve raised armies of people over the world in every country in the world, not every country or but 80 countries in the world.

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We raised armies, and now we want you to include kids.

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Okay, we’re talking about kids. Okay, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, Brownies, feature farmers of America for Hers.

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When kids coming in there, and we want them to get the book.

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Wall Street for kids while I treat for kids and learn how it’s written in the sixth grade reading level, how to build a young Jimmy business by the time there’s 14 years old to be able to pay for their own car pay for their own car insurance take a big load off the family

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and it’s a wonderful thing. Get that book, Wall Street, for kids.

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Get your kids involved, and it will be a blessing for you, your family, your church, your temple, your neighborhood, your workmates, and it’d be a blessing for everybody. Wall Street for kids.

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It will blow your mind. Okay, I apologize, but I do have to go unless you have a quick, quick question.

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Well, I just wanted to say about the Efa is that I know that I’ve heard, and I’ve also witnessed that it works from the inside out.

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Everything does it so in the hair, on our skin, our head, whatever!

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That’s the last part of our body to be, you know, repaired because working from the inside out. And so more, efa, as as you absorb everything into the body that Efa’s help and hair grows back, and all these other things right.

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Okay. Now, what that said. If you have a hair, problem, you have white hair, you’re losing your hair.

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It was your male or female, in addition to the Ifa and all the other 90 s.

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I’d have you take the hair, skin, and nails.

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Hair color comes back because hair color loss is not due to aging.

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It’s due to a nutritial deficiency. It’s like a red warning light.

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And the hair color will come back, and those people’s mind. You’re dying. You’re here. You look 25 years younger.

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No, I’m just taking hair, skin and nails. You want some.

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Well, I know my grandson when he was born.

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C-section. He was having trouble breathing, and we had to pierce the Efa and put it right into a smell, and he didn’t have that.

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You know, wheezing anymore. So just.

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Oh, yeah. It’ll get rid of breathing problems and kids very quickly.

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Thank you.

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Hey? That kind of stuff? Okay, I do apologize. I have to run.

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God bless you! Thank you all so much. Thank you, Pam.

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Thank you, Dave. Thank you, Laura. It’s great, great!

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Great God bless you all! Thank you. Thank you.

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Thank you. Dr. Paulick.

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Bye, bye, thank you, Dr. Wallak. Bye, can I see you? Then? Bye, bye!

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Bye, bye, thank you. Thank you. Buh-bye.

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Thanks, guys, thanks for coming on the call.

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Thank you so much. We appreciate you all for coming. As does anybody have any questions, you know we do have a few minutes left.

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We usually go until the top of the hour to anybody. Have a question.

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I do? I wanted to. I wanted to ask him, but he had the guy.

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Do you happen to know, since he talks about cholesterol being what he wants to call the 90 first nutrient ninety-first to send it nutrient? Do you know if by any chance he’s ever mentioned if there is a limit to what how much

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cholesterol is considered a good nutrient, or just having cholesterol of any any amount.

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It’s fine, by Dr. Wallach. Has he ever talked about the actual amount?

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As far as you know.

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All I well, I don’t know if Dave can hear or not.

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I don’t see him on the phone unless he’s got somebody else’s name up there.

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But you know he talked back to waltz talk several times about the the Eskimos.

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Is it? And so? And they eat well, blubber and seal meat, and you know all that stuff.

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And there’s this up to, you know, 300 500 pounds of you know there are not the pounds.

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You mean their number, like on the blood test? Yeah, yeah.

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I’m sorry, David. Yes, yes, and so let me go.

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Grab, David, and I think Karen’s got a question.

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Hey! Hey! Laura! And Pam! I was just wondering what kind of makeup do you use?

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I know Dr. Walens is nothing with oil in it, and so many of the glasses have oil in it, and moisturizers have oil in it.

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So I’m trying to find something for a motion or a lip gloss, and just thought I would ask, What do you guys use?

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Have you checked out the yongevity mineral makeup line?

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Oh, you should log into your account. Yeah, we have a makeup line.

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That is, that is very toxic free, and it’s made.

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I don’t, I assume. Okay. Dr.

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Walop would approve of it, because they are very, very health conscious, and they will.

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I don’t know about the oil, but I’m assuming that there’s something in there that is approved.

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So I know Michelle Wallac uses all mineral makeup from the longevity line.

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Just log into your account, and you’ll be able to find it.

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I will certainly try to do that. I’ll call you if I have any trouble.

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Absolutely yes, yes, sure. Sure. No. Problem.

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Thank you. They can thank you very much.

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Hi! Did somebody have a question about Efa’s it was about cholesterol.

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Well, yeah. No. Hi, David, no. I was just asking. I think Pam pretty much answered it.

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I was just curious about, since Dr. Walak has recently mentioned that he’s considering making cholesterol the 90 first essential nutrient.

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I was wondering. Is there perhaps a limit to, you know, since people will be starting to talk about it?

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Is there a limit to how much cholesterol someone should have?

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Or is there really no problem, as far as Hi cholesterol?

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In other words, because that’s always been the issue. High quality cholesterol, high cholesterol, high cholesterol.

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Well, Doc has said, if it’s over 300 there could be, you know, it might be a marker that something else is going on like diabetes or something.

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What you know. The Inuit Indians, I believe Pam’s already talked about the Eskimos.

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They they have the highest cholesterol, you know, up to 500 or higher, and you know they eat nothing.

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But you know, fat and and blubber and meat. They have very little carbs, and they have the least cardiovascular disease in the world.

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Okay. Good for the house. Okay.

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So cholesterol is not an issue, I mean, you know God, in His infinite wisdom, made us.

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Our bodies make cholesterol, but I don’t think it makes enough. So that’s what he gave us eggs for.

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Yeah. Okay. Good. That’s fine. That answers my question. Thank you very much.

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I’ll leave it.

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You’re now, if your doc says between, if you’re cholesterol is less than 2 20, you are in the danger zone for Allzheimer’s and it and he says it ranges between 2 20 and 2 70, is pretty much normal but you know in certain people it can

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be higher. But again and then, if it’s higher than 300, it could be a marker for us down here.

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But up there, you know, 500 is like normal.

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Okay, interesting. Very good. Thank you. Because I was talking to a friend of mine about that tonight.

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She was telling me how she increased a little bit of, she added, a little fat into her diet, and then it shot up her cholesterol, and but she actually felt good, so that’s very interesting.

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Good. Thank you.

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Okay, you’re welcome. And I think you somebody mentioned about the mineral makers there’s silica, you know, in the, you know, the ingredients.

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I don’t know if what the question was. Exactly, but you know Ben Bukes has done a lot of information and make up and stuff because he used to work for Bonnie Bell number Chapstick, and he is, you know, really really good at details in regards to makeup and collagen and stuff like

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that, so I think I don’t know what the question was when I walked out of the room.

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No, it was in regards to whether there are oils in the makeup, and so I mentioned I simply mentioned about mineral makeup by ingevity, although I don’t know if the mineral makeup by ingevity has oils in it as well but I know that michelle walt

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uses them, and there are very toxic free compared to other things on the market.

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I just. I’m not sure about the oil level.

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Well, I’m looking at one of the ingredients right now.

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It’s got Micah titanium, dioxide, zinc.

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Caprilic. Triglyceride, zinc, oxide, honeysuckle extract to call for all vitamin e right?

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And it’s it’s all good stuff. There’s no, you know, like we don’t only wanna say the other things that we have found in other things.

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So, yeah.

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Yup, Karen Karen has a question. There we go.

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I I missed the name that you were referring to.

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Could you put that in the chat? Perhaps?

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The mineral makeup.

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The yeah, I’m gonna look for the mineral makeup.

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But you mentioned somebody else.

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Oh, benfuchs!

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Yeah, I can’t make out who who you been.

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So Ben Fuse is a pharmacist.

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Oh, F. Uchs, okay, thank you.

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Somebody got it already. Okay.

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I see it. Thank you.

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Alright. So. Yes, Ben Fukes, when we first got started in longevity we were listening to Dr.

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Ben feukes, Joanne Conway, you know, every single day I mean, we were listening to all of the stuff that was recorded, and you know, archived, and every day, and we had a radio show for 1 h in Dr.

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Glen had a show for 2 h 3, and we just absorbed ourselves in all that information, and it was, you know, that’s where we started, Laura.

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Of course, helped us out with getting connected with the different people and places, and you know, so it’s been fantastic to be able to know everything through these books that Doc mentioned on the call.

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If you don’t have at least 2 books, you know, to get yourself started.

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That’s what I would do. I would get the Wall Street for kids, or or, you know, children and grandchildren, and I would get.

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That’s the 3 main ones that he says dead doctors don’t lie, you know.

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I love the let’s play doctor and the other. They get a couple new ones with the oils if you’re concerned about oils and stuff.

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But all these new ones coming out. They’re they’re great, too.

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I got the cookbook, and it is fantastic. So I just can’t wait to start getting involved with that.

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When all the gluten-free ones. So I have 2 different cookbooks that Dr.

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Walk has in the back office there.

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What about?

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You had sent that link to just me. Mom.

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