WHAT CAUSES MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS) LIVE DR JOEL WALLACH 03/08/23 https://infohealthnews.com/youngevity-products/

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Guess what you enormous tax deductions. You run your business on your home, get tax reductions, for what percentage of your floors face you’re using the same percentage goes against your utility bills, your insurance.

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Okay. And people come to clean your house percentage. That’s deductible.

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It is like crazy. Mo, your lawn tax deductible, your car tax deductible.

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Why would you not want to have a home based business? Get all those benefits?

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Okay. So all that said, I’m gonna turn this over to Pam and Dave.

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Now, and I’m just so excited they’ve been so great over the years.

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They’re just getting better and better and better, and participating and bringing in an army of people that need help.

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And so I cannot tell you how much we love and respect them.

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And so, David Pam over to you.

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Okay, come on, tell us more. Tell us more. You mean you can’t stop.

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We have a question here from Laura. Please, Laura, unmute. Thank you.

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Dr. Wall, we appreciate you.

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Yes, Laura.

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All right. All right. Hi, Doc.

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Hi, okay, so I have a question for you. I’m gonna try and keep it short and sweet.

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To give other people a chance as well. 2 questions from 2 different people 40 year old, female.

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She’s about 43, with the high blood pressure issue.

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It’s 100 over 94 false races in the night, for doctor said her heart is stiff.

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She has taken 25 milligrams of metroolo metal prol at bed time, and her doctor wants to put her on loss of tam.

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In addition to metal prol, what have you got this stuff about that?

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Okay, okay. You say her heart races at night when she lays down.

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Did you ever complain about ringing your ears?

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I can ask. I’ll have to ask her.

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Yeah, okay. And you know, she has a dizziness or vertical or balance problems.

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I’m gonna have to ask her.

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You know how many times she wakes up at night, urinate once, 3 times, 5 times, 10 times.

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Yeah, she does get up a lot. She does get up a lot.

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She recently found out that she recently tried potassium supplements that actually helped her.

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She said. Somehow it helped her reduce her trips, but she still does get up at night.

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Okay. So well, here’s the deal. I know it’s not a prostate problem, cause she’s a girl. Okay?

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Now, if she was a boy, the doctors say, Oh, we gotta do a biopsy and see if they have prostate cancer.

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Okay, well, what happens is when you have osteoporosis of the skull, and I need to ask if she has a voice change if she have trouble swallowing.

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Okay, I’ll put. I’ll write it down.

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Okay. So anyway, yeah, I guarantee you she’s gonna ask you a pro Cisco squeezing her tenth cranial nerve the Vegas nerve which causes tanky cardio, which is a fast racing heartbeat also in a regular

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heartbeat. Okay? Which? Okay, any regular heartbeat.

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Let’s see here also, as a slow heart rate, Brady Cardio, and a family tribulation is irregular heartbeat.

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These are all kinds of the skull, squeezing the tens around nerve.

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There’s nothing wrong with the heart. Okay, so. And she weighs 4,040 pounds.

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Oh, she is no! Actually she’s about 43 years old, but she ways around 200, some pounds.

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She’s very, you know. She’s very overweight.

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Yeah, okay. And so this happens when people are mentally deficient, they develop a behavior called pike and horses.

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It’s called cribbing and Babies. It’s called cribbing, because they chew on the rail on their crib, and horses.

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They choose the pence and the corral top rail, and so forth.

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This is caused by mineral deficiencies, that behavior.

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And so this is why people become obese. They become obese because they’ll eat 5, 6, 8, 10 meals a day because they’re hungry all the time, because they’re missing minerals.

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Their bodies, telling them to look for minerals. They don’t know that they’re just eating, trying to satisfy that hunger.

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Okay. And so she’s got to get rid of all the bad foods, no fried foods, no process meets with nitrates and nitrates and hot dogs.

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A hamburger. This may, you know in the store, not at home, of course, but you want to also get rid of bacon and ham.

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Baloney, Salami, Pastrami, Pepperoni, Jerky Kirby, spam all.

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It’s gotta go. And then no carbon or drinks even the that one’s gotta go.

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And also carbonated water has got to go because they neutralize stomach against it, so you cannot absorb metals or digest food.

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Also gotta get rid of sugar and oh, I also wanted to have one meal a day Arketo, shake.

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She will lose a half a pound of 2 pounds a day.

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Arketo shake. Okay, it’s a meal.

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Replacer is not to be added to a meal.

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Doesn’t have you the same meal every day. She can move it around based on her schedule.

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But in one keto Shaker day comes in chocolate and strawberry, and again doesn’t have to be the same meal every day.

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It’s a meal Replacer. It’s not the add to a meal. You’ll lose a half a pound of 2 meals a day. Okay, she will lose a half pound, and it’s just like crazy. Okay.

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Okay, okay, what about? Obviously, she’s taken these medications of? No, I can’t.

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What she needs to do. She can be on the healthy brand and hard pack right one of the ban hard packs, one full building twice a day.

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She needs. The Msm. 3 of those at breakfast lunch.

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She needs the collagen peptides, 2 cancers and monsters, and take a scoop of breakfast.

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Scoop it dinner in their drinks, and then don’t forget the keto.

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Shake and it’s one of those things where all this stuff goes away.

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And so she needs to call, you know. Get call for an appointment, the doctor said.

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You know I don’t think I need this medication, or more.

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Maybe you just want to reduce your you know the amount.

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Don’t cold turkey off the highway pressure medication, but it has the blood pressure drops.

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You can slowly reduce medication based on the numbers we get.

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People who haven’t yourinated in 10 years. They’re on Dallas 6 days a week.

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We put them on this program. Okay? When the ultimate daily classic challenge got, take 3 of those twice today.

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Ultimately a daily classic town is, along with everything else, and they will help support a healthy heartbeat and healthy heart rate.

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Okay and high blood pressure it’ll okay. It’ll start coming normal.

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And you slowly reduce your medication, based on the numbers.

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It’s like crazy. And so in 2 weeks time they drop their let’s see here.

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Let’s see here, they’re doing dialysis.

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They drop their dialysis from 6 days a week down to 3 days a week, and then 2 more weeks.

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They totally drop all the dialysis, because everything is normal.

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So after 10 years or not, yearinating, everything is working.

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Okay, because the nutrients was what was missing.

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Okay. Very good. Okay. So that answers that. Thank you for that.

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And another simpler question. I have another customer who is now on the healthy brain and heart, pack.

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Msm, several other products, as you had recommended.

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She’s taken 0 fem. She is, only she’s not taking many of the 0 because she only has one bottle.

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So she’s using 2 a day. However, she got a very, very heavy period.

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She’s a 53 year old woman, but she got such strong cramping. Does.

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She ended up at the er and wanted to know if Zera she wants to know if there can have something to do with that.

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That’s all. Is that possible?

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We’ve been using 0 film, you know, to deal with all kinds of issues for ladies.

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I don’t know for many years. I don’t know.

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15 years, something like that. Never had anybody say that. Okay, so I as I’m assuming he’s got to be something else.

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So she ate something that caused her to have that bleeding.

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Okay. And it could be something, and actually interfered with her abilities, you know, like her bone marrow, and maybe interfere with the bone marrow.

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There was no platelet. Okay? And so when you need a little more information, so you might ask your other symptoms.

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She had what she was eating. Okay? Because we’ve never had that happen.

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We have thousands and thousands of women uses 0 film.

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Okay. Very good. Yeah. I she wasn’t able to come on the call tonight, otherwise I I would think it makes more sense for her.

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Obviously to ask the question to you, so you can ask her more information.

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Okay, great. Yeah. I can answer some questions. Yeah, him. Yeah.

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Yeah, maybe next week I can get on it. Okay, good. Okay. Thank you.

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That’s all I need.

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Okay, thank you. Laura.

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Sure back to you, Pam!

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That’s great information. Thank you. Dr. Wallach. Does anybody else have any questions?

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You all know how to unmute, and we’ll just we get one half hour here with Dr.

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Wallace, so!

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We hear you loud.

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I, Hi, I do. Hi, Doc, yeah. Have you been following the train derailment in Ohio?

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Loosely. Okay. I know that. You know they’re all talking about pollution.

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Kind of thing is is okay. And so we have something for pollution.

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Okay, it’s called Herbal Rainforest. You take half-house twice a day.

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If you weigh 100 pounds, your way 150 to 200 pounds, they announced twice a day.

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The Earl Rainforest. It’s a great detoxifier of toxins, and so if you’re in any of these places where this is going on, you want to get the herbal rainfast to take with all your other stuff this is not a replacement for the heather ban on heart

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pack and you know they bone and joint pack, and the healthy blood sugar pack, and so forth. Right?

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This is this is something that deals with pollutants.

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Okay, if you’re in one of these trained yourailment areas, you definitely want to be, get a hair analysis done to see if you get any toxic metals in you and get, you know. Also add the herbal rainfs to your regimen.

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Very good, so I know that the plant derived minerals are a great key later, of heavy metals and toxins, as well.

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I know there’s 600 milligrams of plant ride minerals in each, ounce of that herbal rain forest.

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What about? You know the bloomin minerals in the soil where there’s the toxic spill?

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Was there in Ohio?

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I wouldn’t put it in the soil. I would have them take it.

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The bloom and minerals is okay, but not, you know, not our liquid metals, but the blooming metals are fertilizer.

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Yeah, the blooming minerals are fine, you know, as because it’s a fertilizer goes in the soil, and I wouldn’t.

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And that would mitigate the pollutants in the soil. You think.

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I would not bet on that, because we haven’t done any studies and see if it would mitigate pollution.

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Okay. Alright!

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That’s a good question. Now check that out. I’ll check that out.

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Yeah, alright, do that. And I appreciate that.

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I’ll try. I’ll try and have information on that by next week.

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Okay, excellent. Thank you.

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Thank you. Good question.

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Thank you.

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Well, I can tell you a little story about. We have some Amish family out in our area, and they put some of the blooming minerals on their field, and there was a dry spot just patchy and he got 4 cuttings this last year off of his that one area and by the end

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of that fourth cutting, and I wouldn’t. I took some pictures you couldn’t even see where that patch was at in a.

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It was so dark and just luscious. It was a dark green color.

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Really. And so what they did was they took them for cuttings, and they’re putting them in to feed for a cow.

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And so they’re going to see that production of the cow.

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Okay. So they put a little fence around or markers around there.

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So they know what’s coming from that area. And then they’re gonna give that to one cow or 2 cows, whatever it is, and see if there’s a difference in the production.

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Yeah, they have one count that they’re going to be.

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Nope, Nope go.

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I understand.

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Yeah. It’s easy to get milk from the milk that it is from a beef cow.

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2 heads are better than one.

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Very good.

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Worst stomach makes a a 6 pack right?

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With 2 heads and.

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Okay. Anybody else have any questions. Thank you, Dr. Welch. I remember the story told us about.

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Can you just tell us a story about one of the best stories you have with some of the animals?

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What’s your favorite?

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Oh, my gosh! It’s that’s kind of hard to say.

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I do know that one of the first things when I came back from Africa, working on the white Rhino Conservation project, Marlon Perkins gave me his list of things he wanted me to do before I started on that big 25 million dollar project which is in the Smithsonian

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institutional treasure. Very proud of that, and he gave me a list, and the first thing on the list was every species of bear in every country in the world.

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We’re getting lyric cancer in their twenties.

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Every species, in every Zoo, in every country in the world.

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So that told me right away that there had to be some common denominator between all those barriers, because they’re all getting their cancer.

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And it turns out what was happening. They were the all the Zoos would sell little bags those little zip lock bags of peanuts to the visitors coming in, and the visited by them, and they’d throw the peanuts to the bears of bears or they could

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stand in their hind legs and wait their pause, and people throw the penis at them, and they made enough money by selling the peanuts that they could pay their zookeepers, and they could buy food for the animals, and everything.

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But what they didn’t bank on was it peanuts growing the ground all the other nuts now?

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Walnuts, and almonds, and things like that growing trees that peanuts grow on the ground well turns out, the peanuts are very commonly infested with a fungus called Aspergerillus, flavors, which produces a toxin called afflatox in which

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causes, liver, cancer and all they can’t liver cancer. The bears is being caused because people are throwing these peanuts at them.

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So they switched over. I you know I published that in in the International Zoo.

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Year book is like year 1968. I think it was, and published that article on the Litter Cancer and the Bears all over the world.

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And we said, You gotta use dry dog food instead of peanuts to throw to the bears the little bags.

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It’ll dry dog food clusters, and within 90 days deliver new litter cancer cases just stopped and it was published in the International Zoo Yearbook.

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And so I’m very, very proud of that.

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Yes, heck! Yes, how did you say it’s? As for?

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F l a, v, I s, and aflatoxin affluent.

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Okay? Is the actual toxin that the that the fungus produces produces liver cancer.

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And so this is why, when people you know the alert cancer versus a doctor, ask him, you drink alcohol. Oh, yeah.

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Well, every Friday night, you know, we pay day. We’ve run out to the bar, and we’re, you know. Everybody’s out there drinking beer for a couple of hours for go home and and whatnot, and that’s all they said why, ask him, I said, okay, what what do you eat when

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you’re drinking all that beer while they give us free peanuts.

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That’s why I go to a particular bar, because they give us all these peanuts, they said.

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Oh, they’re getting the aftotox in the peanuts, causing the liver cancer.

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It wasn’t alcohol from the beer because of lyric cancer.

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Okay, cause we get lots of people drinking wine and whiskey, and they don’t get lyric cancer because it’s coming from the peanuts that they were eating, going along with the beer that had the the alpha talks in it it’s just to cause deliver cancer. Got it.

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Fantastic point. I love it. Okay, so to wrap up this call, you only have 3 min to tell us a story about Dr.

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Milan when she came over and they traded her skills for 3 other doctors tell this story when she came out of the taxi and she was dropped off.

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That’s harder.

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Okay. Well, let me talk to her and get all the to that, and I’ll tell that one, too. Next week.

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I apologize. I want to get it right.

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There’s been a long time since I’ve talked about that story.

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So let me get that story. But yeah, I kinda remember.

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But I wanna be I wanna do it accurately and quite good for her.

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How about when you are sitting in the library? And she pushed the book across, and she pointed, and she asked you to what is this word?

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And she didn’t. All exactly. You tell that story so cute how you 2 kind of met in the library studying.

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Okay, and let me talk to her again. I’m gonna get it right.

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I’ll do something stupid, and she’ll give me a Karate shop.

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Okay. But we don’t want that.

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It’s great!

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How about the bottle of those dolphins, Doc?

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Okay. Well, again. The bottlenose dolphins.

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They had problems. Of course, they’re they’re eating fish.

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Okay, that had enzymes in it. They would destroy vitamin B, one.

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They were getting. They’re getting all these, this diamond deficiency diseases.

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Okay liver problems, long problems brain problems. They can have memory and they’re they’re really, really in dire straits.

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They’re delivering kidney problems and heart problems.

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Congestive heart failure. And that’s where we came out with distress cansules for them, because, you know, I’ve been damaged. Well, this is easy.

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This is congestive hard failure. It’s just a simple number of efficiency.

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We came up with de-stress for them, and it works well for them.

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We made it a product for our youngivities called Distress.

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When you get somebody with any kind of heart disease you add to their program.

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You know, the heather being in heart pack and de-stress, and Msm.

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And all the other stuff, a distress, any heart issue, but especially if they’re diagnosed with congestive heart failure, stress stress, because it’s a simple nutritional efficiency disease.

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It’s not genetic. It’s not all immune.

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Thank you so much. That is awesome information.

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Yes, I learned that I learned that one. It’s the bottom of dolphins taught me that one.

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We appreciate you, Dr. Walk. Okay, everybody. We’re done for the night, unless any Dr.

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Walk, can you say over?

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Can I stay over? We have an extra bedroom.

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We do?

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Yeah, I apologize. I do have to run, but I’ll you know, look up those things with Milan, and make sure that I have it right for now.

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Excellent thanks. Doc. Love you.

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Okay, love. You guys love you guys. Thank you so much for doing such a great job.

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You are family, that’s for sure. God bless!

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Good place, you!

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Thank you, Doc. Thank you, doctor. See you next week.

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Thank you. God, Bill, good night, everybody. Thank you.

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Hi guys

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