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Basil <Speech_Male> that help them <Speech_Male> calm down at night, but don't <Speech_Male> have such A. <Speech_Male> Such a <Speech_Male> high side effect profile <Speech_Male> and and <Speech_Male> get them to learn <Speech_Male> to manage their <Silence> day. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> Yep <Speech_Music_Female> absolutely <Speech_Female> can't can't agree <Speech_Female> more, so <Speech_Female> we have two minutes <Speech_Female> left, so is <Speech_Music_Female> there anything <Speech_Music_Female> that we didn't talk about? <Speech_Female> She <hes> <Silence> that. <Speech_Male> First of all. <Speech_Male> They're interested in metabolic. <Speech_Male> Oh, they can go to metabolic <Speech_Male> code DOT COM <Speech_Music_Male> or if they want to hear <Speech_Male> more about what <Speech_Male> what I'm doing out <Speech_Male> in the Industry Jim Lavalle <Speech_Male> Dot Com <Speech_Male> I. Think it's important <Speech_Male> for people understand <Speech_Male> no one's GONNA. <Speech_Male> Take your of your health <Speech_Male> benefits than <Speech_Male> you are, and <Speech_Male> no one will be bigger <Speech_Male> advocate. You know <Speech_Male> there's A. A lot of people out <Speech_Male> there like the <Speech_Male> care about people <Speech_Male> want them to <Silence> do their best, <Speech_Male> but it's <Speech_Male> individual <Speech_Male> responsibility to <Speech_Male> take that first step that <Speech_Male> matters, and I encourage <Speech_Male> everyone to be <Speech_Male> brave. It's <Speech_Male> work, but <Speech_Male> it's worth it. <Speech_Male> It's slogan I <Speech_Male> use nowadays that the <Speech_Male> explain <Speech_Male> no work around <Speech_Male> your health. It's work, <Speech_Male> but it's worth it because <Speech_Male> everybody <SpeakerChange> likes to feel <Speech_Female> good. <Speech_Music_Female> Yeah! <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> That's for <Speech_Female> sure and you you're. <Speech_Male> More than likely. <Speech_Male> Your family <Speech_Music_Female> doctor is not <Speech_Music_Female> the person who's GonNa. <Speech_Music_Female> You know really teach <Speech_Music_Female> you about how to create. <Speech_Female> How I, always <Speech_Music_Female> say. I learned nothing <Speech_Music_Female> about health <Speech_Music_Female> when I was in medical <Speech_Music_Female> school or residency, <Speech_Music_Female> and it wasn't <Speech_Music_Female> until you know <Speech_Music_Female> after I, got out. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> I learned your data <Speech_Music_Female> I was like wow. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> Who actually knew how to <Speech_Female> create health and they <Speech_Music_Female> know how to <SpeakerChange> do that before. <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Telephony_Male> <Speech_Male> Exactly <Speech_Male> right <Speech_Female> yeah. <Speech_Female> Thanks so <Speech_Music_Female> much for being on my show <Speech_Music_Female> again. You're just a <Speech_Music_Female> wealth of incredible <Speech_Music_Female> information <Speech_Music_Male> and <hes> <Speech_Music_Male> just really appreciate <Music>

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