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"doctor d martini" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

02:36 min | 2 months ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

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"doctor d martini" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

06:07 min | 5 months ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on Native America Calling

"We look at the overall survival. Of the colony that comes from the United states. Over here we call invitational wildfires in 2016, has become one of the biggest sort of days on account of the protests have this also in all these issues. Sure, sure. So there's your podcast, the work Dixon is doing with his arts. You've mentioned some of these huge protests on Australia day. How else are activists working to change these narratives and uplift people stories and culture? And so one of the ways I heard you talking to the historian a bit earlier is sort of mentioned something about change today. That was sort of a progressive or so called sort of progressive idea that came I think around the earth 2000s from the great sort of wing political party, which has support a lot of sort of First Nations issues. Later on in the mid 2000s and the protests from coverage will act as this was abolished a bullish on the day. And one of the reasons why we say this is because what we wanted to do was give people an understanding that hey wait a minute because of all of these things that have happened not just on this day, but if we go and change it to another day, all we're doing is sort of celebrating the genocide of average of playful and other data. And at this point in time, we believe that Australia or the government don't have the right to sort of celebrate because like you've mentioned previously on your show. We haven't entered into a negotiation process for treaty. The story hasn't sort of been honest. And accepted sort of what they've done towards average. It has the most process. But I'm interested because I mean, some of these stories, these experiences that you've shared, that Dixon has shared the history that we've heard from doctor martini. I just wonder could the country of Australia recognize both its colonial past and still be respectful of its Aboriginal populations? Are these two paths just too hard to reconcile? What's your thought on that? Well, I think we might have lost both. So I'm going to go to doctor martini Martin, doctor Martin, did you hear that question I just asked? Oh, yeah, Sean. Well, when Bo gets on the line, you can answer it, but yeah, I mean, one thing I've heard discussed by people who really think about these issues and activists is recognition and celebration aren't necessarily the same thing. And so like we were saying they need to be a real confronting of the true history of the British colonization of Australia before there can be any kind of commemorative day that perhaps brings these two together. What about like an education campaign recognizing the origins of Australia day? And these decisions to create a holiday time to raise awareness of Aboriginal culture and challenges with something like that help yeah, and I mean, I'm not sure what's changed in the Australian curriculum, but I assume sort of among non Indigenous Australians, the majority of the population, of course, in Australia. Assume there is more history told your artist guest talked about. There's more interest in Aboriginal culture and history among the general settler population. But, you know, when I was in school, sort of in the 80s and 90s, there wasn't much. So it's really similar to the curriculum on the east coast definitely in the U.S. that most people don't get a lot of Native American history in the same in Australia. And yes that has to change. And I hope it is changing. Yeah, absolutely. And I know that these arguments to abolish Australia day have gained steam in recent years and it'll be interesting to see going forward if the government will hear these opposition voices, are they merely waiting until the movement loses steam, so we'll definitely want to pay attention to that. I do want to ask quickly if Bo is still on the line if he could share information about how folks can learn more about his podcast. Bow, are you still there? Doesn't look like we have bow. So I'm sorry about that, but I think if you Google name both sphere and I think you'll find some really good information in some great resources. Folks, that's all the time we have for a day's show and an enlightening discussion about Aboriginal peoples and their efforts to redefine Australia day into a more inclusive holiday. I want to thank my guests, doctor Elsbeth, martini, and Bo sporum, also thanks to Dixon Patton. We're back live tomorrow with a show about recognizing and addressing generational trauma on a personal level. We hope you can join us. I'm.

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"doctor d martini" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

07:33 min | 5 months ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Tribal colleges and universities at AI HEC dot org. Native voice one the Native American radio network. This is Native American calling. I'm Sean spruce. January 26th marks a day of national pride in Australia. It's a date set aside to pay tribute to the day in 1788, the British naval fleet sailed into Sydney harbor. The other side of the story is one in which Aboriginal and Torres island people see the day is commemorating the start of colonial oppression. The first protest against Australia day came in 1938, but the arguments to dispense with or recast today have gained more traction in recent years. Once again, this year, protesters at several events across the country are raising their voices against what they call invasion day. You may not be aware of Australia day, but it has parallels in the U.S. to Columbus day and the 4th of July. We'd like you to join today's conversation. What do you think of holidays that commemorate the arrival of colonizers who transformed indigenous populations? Can there be holidays honoring both colonial and indigenous achievements? Give us a call the number one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. That's one 809 9 native phones are open. Joining us today from New York City is doctor Elsbeth martini. She's an assistant Professor of history at montclair state university. Welcome to Native American calling doctor martini. Thanks, Sean. Good to be with you. Doctor martini, I'd like to provide some background. Please give us a history. What led up to Australia day? Well, the holiday, I'm sorry, you probably have to ask another gift for the actual commemorative history. But it does, as you said in your introduction, it's similar to Columbus day in the United States in that it's remembering that this moment of the so called European landing on the Australian continent. And the first permanent settlement, in fact, for Australia day, and it was originally in 1788 when the S.W.A.T. Australia calls the first fleet, a fleet of 11 ships, 6 of them were carrying convicts, so they were transported to Australia for crimes. That was the sentence. And it was set up as a penal colony as a place to take these convex. And that actually does link to U.S. history or North American history as well because the British were sending their convicts to the North American colonies until the revolution, of course, in the U.S. wouldn't accept them anymore. So yeah, Australia is kind of interesting because it was chosen as the day of nationalism to celebrate the nation, but Australia is a nation with informed until 1901 when 6 of the original British colonies formed a nation. So it's commemorating something over a hundred years ago that they're British invasion of indigenous Australia. So you mentioned this all occurred in 1788, the British navy was transporting convicts and they saw Australia as a place to house those people. But the British were already relatively familiar with Australia. They had been there before, right? Could you talk about when they first arrived predating 1788? Yes. So the sort of great man style European history, the person who celebrated his captain James cook and historians people familiar with Pacific history would also know captain cook because what he did in the island in the Pacific. But yeah, he made the first kind of British contact with the east coast of Australia. So there had been European to it kind of chatted the coast made contact with other parts of the Australian continent, but yeah, cook was the first British person in 1770. He made contact with Australia. And he had a mandate to kind of report back on what he found on the people there, that kind of thing. Okay. So that captain cook, holy cow, he really got around. Especially in what are now U.S. states of Hawaii and Alaska and also Australia too. So really, really fascinating. I think what's interesting and a lot of our listeners today in the states might not be familiar with how recent a lot of this history is and European contact did not occur in Australia until roughly 250 years ago. So, you know, you look at an American history and we go back to the late 1400s. So this is a much, much more recent timeline that we're looking at, which I think is really, really interesting. Elsbeth, can you explain how do Australians typically celebrate Australia day today? Well sort of, I guess mainstream felicie. I wouldn't say Australia doesn't quite have the same sort of patriotic spirit as the U.S. but people they get a day off work mostly as the Australian open. Being played is always a cricket match being played to people normally spend it with friends and family having a grill kind of cook out that kind of that kind of thing. It's seen as this sort of relaxed holiday, but it's also this day when the Australian government announces the award so the Australian of the year, the order of Australia metals, those kind of things. So you mentioned that Australia has only been a country since 1901. When exactly did Australia day become a national holiday? Oh, that's something I would have to look up, I'm sorry. I'm not being a historian of the commemoration, but yeah, I can find out for you. When it became a day. And I know part of just discussing this with friends and family back home in Australia that the part of the discussion is to change the date because rather than commemorate the invasion perhaps there's a more feeding date to remember the actual coming together of the Australian nation, it's problematic is that is too for the perspective of indigenous peoples, but at least it wouldn't be a commemoration of that first invasion. Okay. Now, earlier you mentioned some of the history 1788 convicts being transported from Great Britain. There were colonies that were set up as well. What were the initial interactions between the British and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait islanders? To cook had a.

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"doctor d martini" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

01:55 min | 6 months ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"The number one podcast globally for 4500 listeners and we are honored in grateful to be studied by ink dot com as the number one podcast to make you a better leader. You can also catch us on Google Home or Alexa by simply saying play dove baron podcast. Again, thank you for sharing this show with everybody you know. All right, let's strip it down and dive right in. As a leader today, we are confronted with many issues. Some old and others appear to be more contemporary. There is the advantages and potential threat of AI as technology, the supply chain and any number of other things. However, there is one constant, and that is people. Who are you and who are the people that you work with, are all very important questions. However, what has become increasingly important question is what drives the people who you work with and who work around you. How do you and I as leaders find out what drives them and what they genuinely value. Well, let's find out together because our guest today is Doctor John de martini. He is a researcher author and global educator and considered one of the world's leading authorities on human behavior, leadership, and entrepreneurialism. He is a he has researched and studied over 30,000 books across the defined academic disciplines and is the founder of the demartini institute and has been teaching for multiple decades. He is the author of more than 40 books that have been published and translated into 29 languages. One of those books is called the values factor. Doctor D martini speaks around the world to large multinational organizations to government and private organizations. Ladies and gentlemen, please put your hands together and help me welcome. Doctor John.

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"doctor d martini" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:51 min | 10 months ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Just saying you can't enforce, part of which is what the evidence shows. Miami Dade County Public School Superintendent Alberto Carvahlo supports the decision and says the debate over mask wearing has become far too political. That's quite frankly as an educator as a father. It bothers me. 11 school districts were in danger of losing funding for enforcing mask mandates. But yesterday's ruling blocks the state from withholding funds until the appeal is heard. Governor spokeswoman says they filed an emergency motion to allow the ban to remain in fact, pending the appeal. Will all tough news radio's extend W I o D Well Congressman from central Florida, announcing that he has covid Democrats aren soda tweeted. Then he has tested positive and is quote grateful to only have mild symptoms, which he credits to being vaccinated. And President Biden will speak today to the nation outlining with the White House is calling a six step plan meant to contain coronavirus. The sixth step plan has one goal, stopping that Delta variant by boosting vaccinations. We have more work to do, and we are still at war with the virus and with the Delta variants. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says The president's plan will build on previous steps taken that include requiring vaccinations for federal workers and the military. And incentivizing mandates in the private sector, so he's going to outline the next phase in the in the fight against the virus, and what that looks like. The CDC data shows about 53% of all Americans are fully vaccinated against Covid. That's facts of Jared Halpern, a Miami doctor, meanwhile, taking controversial stand on Covid vaccines. Doctor Linda Martini told her patients said she will no longer see them unless they are vaccinated. She says she's not doing it to punish people but to protect the community. It's 804 and Tropical Storm Indies, causing quite the mess in parts of North Florida today. National Hurricane Center has a tropical storm warning in effect for areas between the Oracle, Akemi.

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"doctor d martini" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:25 min | 10 months ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on KGO 810

"Yeah, I think it was, uh What convertible Sundberg. Let's go back to Covid stuff. I Said. Overcrowding in Idaho hospitals is worse than ever. There's a Florida doctor now. So we were talking about Governor de Santis. Oh, by the way before I get to that, um, a different governor who also, uh, is, uh, not allowing mask mandates in schools is the governor of Minnesota, Minnesota. Parents are now suing that governor. For imposing weight, forcing him to try to force him to impose a public school mask mandate, which he has refused to do. So they are suing him to try to get him to do that. But let's go back to Florida in Florida. There is a doctor right now. OK, So you heard earlier that I said 15, Miami Dade, Miami Dade. In case you don't know That's the county that Miami is in its Where the, uh that's where the Miami airport is as well. That's Miami Day. 15 teachers die died in 10 Days of Covid 19 that's in sanity and also in South Florida. I'm not sure where she is. It doesn't say that it's Miami, but oh, yeah, it is Miami, South Miami. Doctor is going to stop treating unvaccinated patients in person. The doctor is a woman doctor, Linda Martini. She says she has made the decision in an effort to keep her staff and vaccinated patients safe from the delta very and she said, and I quote, I understand that people are free to choose, But to me, it's a problem when it affects other people when it comes to the safety of others when it comes to the fact that it's a global health problem and community health problem at this point I really say that this is where it draws the line in the sand for me. So she is planning to implement that policy. As of September, 15th and people are saying, Put your violating the Hippocratic oath. But you know when push comes to shove, if there are so many people hitting these hospitals that you literally cannot treat everybody It kind of makes sense that you would say Okay, I'm treating people got vaccinated if you didn't well, I don't I don't know that the Hippocratic oath would prevent her from doing that. Isn't that the Hippocratic oath? Essentially do no harm. Yeah, but I'm saying, if if you just simply cannot treat everybody you got a triage you gotta right, but she's not a hospital. She's just saying in her office, she is only.

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"doctor d martini" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:25 min | 10 months ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"My name is Nigel, Are you ready? Jason hammers right over there. Can we get right into it? Let's like that candle Vaccines stuff. Yeah. Pharmacy. Yeah, that's a body inside affair. Needles, Vaccine stuff, Everybody. So Grandpa Biden. He's gonna waddle out there later this week and do what's being called a major address, So we can probably expect that around 4 30 in the afternoon when he's still awake, Great during our so To go over the next phase of his pandemic response. Likely talking about booster shots night? Yeah, let's looking like they're going to be approved later this month towards the end of September. Um, you have places like Israel. They're already working on like their fourth booster shot. Over there. Who knows what the hell is going on over there in Israel, Even vaccinated. People are getting sick and go into the hospital, And so they're working on their fourth over there. There's some other countries that aren't quite sure on the third booster shot yet definitely countries like the UK Who? I reason I'd rather this don't let yeah. Kids 18 years of age or younger. Get any sort of covid 19 vaccine according to Science and the research and health officials in the U K. Yeah. They're not living there. And now we're talking about getting five year olds vaccinated in this country. That's something to keep an eye on. But yeah, I would say by and large, his promise to, um eradicate the Covid 19 virus didn't come to fruition. So if you're the Biden administration, right, you're probably rushing to get the speech out there Anything to change the narrative away from the jobs report Afghanistan and what's happening at the border. Three big areas, right? You look at the triangle there. Where he stinks at all of them. The one thing that the administration feels like they can probably do without being laughed at by some is go out there and talk about ways to be safe with Covid. So this quote unquote major address. Make your bets. What time of the day do you think it's going to be? I got 4:30 P.m.. Let's see napkins at about 1 30 ice cream truck in the Rose Garden. Three, um, soup at four. And then you have probably 4 30. Okay, if I worked that out of my head because Matt Locke comes on at six, and he's not going to miss Matt Locke. Uh, as a matter of fact, we pulled some strings here at the hammer and Nigel show and we've acquired Joe Biden practicing the speech. Would you like to hear it? Okay. We've lost so much over the last year. I've lost my Johnson. So expect that and a little bit more. You hooked me sometime this week. I thought we were actually gonna get impressed. I've lost my Johnson. I don't know why I fell for that every time. That's one of my favorite Johnson. Oh, my favorite clips from Joe Biden. Okay? A South Miami doctor has announced plans to stop treating unvaccinated patients. Oh, that's awful. Doctor, Linda Martini says she made the decision and effort to keep her staff and vaccinated patients safe from the Delta variant quote. I understand that people are free to choose, But to me, it's a problem when it affects other people. Yeah, I mean, she should have her medical license revoked, refusing to treat a patient. For any reason whatsoever, right? Oh, yeah. Don't come to the doctor's office when you get liver cancer from drinking too much. Don't go to the hospital when you get emphysema from smoking, because you know what? You're a smoker, and you've got lung cancer. You got emphysema and second hand smoke kills 40,000 people a year in this country. Let alone half a million smokers. This is the reason why he had that poll online, you know, as a joke poll that we did for hammering Nigel Twitter. If you Nigel Rob someone's house and the homeowner shoot you in the crane, But you've been vaccinated. Should you get a bed before somebody who's just sick but unvaccinated they take you to the hospital. If they think the hospital it's full, and you're out there with a bleeding crank because you broke the law and homeowner shot you. After breaking into his house, But she had another guy in there who needs a hospital bed or needs a ventilator. Who do you give it to? Well, I know you are breaking the law and you had every intention of raping the wife and killing the Children. But you're you're vaccinated. We got a bed for you. Come on over. We'll take care of your crank. Excuse me, sir. That guy in the corner that that unvaccinated guy, he just needs to see somebody quickly. He needs some Ivor Mactan. Uh, can we just get to get to get some brothers? Some hydroxychloroquine? No, no, the guy that the vaccinated guy goes first. So this story about the Rutgers student? This can't be real and I've seen this a multiple places here in j dot com New jersey dot com, which is the paper of record in New Jersey. That's where Rutgers is located. This is the headline An unvaccinated Rutger student claims he's been barred. From doing remote courses at the university. What there's a student. His name is Logan Holler. He's 22 years old. He lives 70 miles from the campus at Rutgers, and every one of his classes he takes is an online class. But Rutgers has demanded that all of their students be vaccinated. So this student who didn't want to get vaccinated is now going to have to transfer because he can't take an online class 70 miles away from the campus. Young, healthy dude who is doing all the right things and not putting people in jeopardy by going to campus and doing all the classes online still gets punished. It makes no sense whatsoever. And there is no science involved. And you know you can make a case for a lawsuit easily here, I think, and I hope they see the Just the bejesus out of Rutgers. So where's the science here, Bankrupt them. Keep the unvaccinated guy that's doing all online 100% out of class. I locked out of his email because he's not back, said it doesn't make any sense. There's no science. He can't access his email. He can't access the syllabus do any of his work. Because he lives alone by himself in an apartment 70 miles from campus, But he's unvaccinated the new cancel culture right here. This is how you get canceled. You don't go along with a certain type of narrative. You don't Give in to demands that you, uh, put a you know a personal medical procedure. That's your choice that you don't want to consent to then canceled. This is it. Welcome to 2021. Who is he at risk of infecting working 70 miles from the campus alone in his apartment. Who is he going to give the Rhona to his cat? Or we concerned about his cat? Maybe he's got a dog. I don't know, but this is ridiculous. You know they they were very concerned at the beginning last year. I mean, it's the Tigers at the Bronx Zoo. We're getting tested for Covid before human beings were Remember that? Oh, yeah, A couple of tigers got tested. I mean, there were people waiting and mile long lines back there is testing wasn't readily available. But boy, those tigers at the Bronx Zoo got to the After the very front on Twitter from at not Kenny Rogers, Banning an unvaccinated student from attending college online seems like the perfect way to convince people that this has absolutely positively nothing to do with science. Absolutely,.

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"doctor d martini" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

40 Going On 14

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on 40 Going On 14

"I'm going to take you with me. And then he's in the snuff some with the pillow as in like he's freeing him with his spirit right so it's almost like very symbolic almost native american symbolic i'm gonna take you with me. You know by taking his spirit with him as he finally goes and takes the idea. That mcmurphy had you know buster the window in he you know i. D iconic shot of the movie of courses him. Running you know Off into the distance running through the wall parodied on the simpsons. After you know after reading the book like we all said that he gives what he goes before he realizes he's been lobotomize. I i feel biggest mountain. Yes an emotional light at that point. I'm ready now. I have a question about this and Like i said that was founded on the simpsons but Upon watching this again and not having read the book and at least two decades i have this feeling and maybe i'm wrong. Read that when he's telling the story about his father and how you know he he. The bottle sucked the life. Out of him. I get the sense that when he Basically euthanize is big murphy. That that's the same thing he did to his father and that's why he's there. I don't know if that's true. Because i remember what what it said in the book but with the way he tells a story and then the way he ends it and what he says to him. It feels like he had done that before. As as a mercy killing. But it's a good theory. But the difference was as he'd he'd regained hisself were. I can't remember why he's in there. I haven't read the. I read the book in fucking had twenty years ago or so nineties so i don't necessarily remember why he was in there. That's a good theory. That i cannot disprove. It just felt it felt like it with the way they'd written the dialogue that that was. How great was that The whole the whole the whole boat seen take taking the boat convincing the harbormaster charter up. Professor all doctor goes through their all doctors. Except for the one nude except for harding. Professor harding everybody else's doctor. Dr martini dr. This professor harding. Danny devito said that that that that whole take that whole scene took a week to film and to this day he still gets nauseous even thinking about it should everybody but jack nicholson got seasick at one point during that week.

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"doctor d martini" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Joint pain slow reflexes so for doing orthopedic test on a page we can test their reflexes and we know it's normal we know what's hyperactive and what's hype active so get hyperactive could be other things too but when we what we do is my team of doctors what what we're like Sherlock Holmes for investigators and we're always looking to see where the problem is we're gonna look at okay well you know Dr Pam found this and that will bring in doctor rainy and say doctor Amy what do you think of this and she'll say okay well with this in this together that's what it might be a doctor cap we have heard that we have doctor Ryan we have doctor Irwin and we can ask the doctors we ask of all time because what do you think this is this is the list the symptoms that we have so in our office you don't get one doctor you get six doctors doctor martini comes in and we talk to him about it so the six of us all working on your case at one time and so between us we can usually you know put together a good working diagnosis so are there other symptoms that begins it could be suggestive underactive thyroid the more the symptoms you have the higher the likelihood of hypothyroidism low thyroid at Mayo Clinic notes that if the disease is left untreated it may lead to other health complications such as going there which is the swollen thyroid gland increased risk of heart disease infertility birth defects for pregnant women damage of peripheral nerves as chiropractors were always looking at the nervous system so if you have if you start having numbness or tingling usually a pensioner in fact most pain in the back by far the most common cause of pain is epic German that's a chiropractic case chiropractic is by far the most effective least expensive treatment for back pain there is no reason why if you have back pain unless you lost your ballot bladder control you're screaming in pain that you shouldn't be in our offices first and so many times people go to all these other doctors and also the treatment end up in our office and a daca well at all this time all this money and now it turns out it was a pinched nerve is chiropractic case all along not every case is a chiropractic case but not every case the circle case either the surgeons I work with they say they operate about five to six percent of the patients the other ninety five percent or so that patients are not surgical cases so don't jump right into surgery don't jump right into something let's start out simple let's see if we can work it up from there and it's a heck of a lot less expensive for you to look at a lot of side effects of but that we talk about other things that happen if you do have hypothyroidism increase severity to mental health problems such as depression hype aside to retirees and can lead to cardio genic shock respiratory depression hype hypothermia and even Coleman so the thyroid gland is really important so if you have the symptoms you might want to say okay what is it and sometimes it's an adrenal issue sometimes it's a diet issue I put people on super greens an essential source all the time every day and people say oh my gosh doctor gel I have so much more energy just by taking super greens an essential source maybe it was a thyroid problem maybe you are low in iodine maybe that's the reason you have energy now maybe you just need some nutrients in your body maybe gonna try to drill support we've got to get you off the bad food I was laughing somebody I saw a meme the other day you know we're worried about a virus that we don't know a whole lot about yet was serving fried doughnuts with chicken in the middle of fry doughnut chicken sandwiches now and I thought yeah that's probably said we should be more worried about I have to agree with that so I'm so if you have a hyperactive thyroid any of those symptoms it could be a thyroid issue now we can do without road test in our office and it's a good starting point but it's get it's not the end all be all thyroid is a little tricky and all endocrine gland all hormone issues are tricky and Saudi endocrinologist that I work with we all agree sometimes it's really tricky but why don't we try to get the body as healthy as we possibly can let's get on a good diet let's take supplements let's reduce stress let's reduce pain and let's.

"doctor d martini" Discussed on Go All In

Go All In

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on Go All In

"Something runs which is a lot of fun but I suggest that you stop that way. We start with baby steps so I'm able to take H. People through whilst in a group situation the group is not cheap thousand people. It's it's much more Friendly you know our numbers. Keep those large end. The whole rhetoric is is around banging empowered modern Gal. Who WHO HAPPENS TO BE? I always wanted my catch. Cries is your way too young to feel these old so I love it because that is just unbelievably true especially when I get out of better black Monday but I'm too young to be feeling all like that. I've been doing a little bit of Doctors de Martini stuff. Yeah he he says a lot of really good things and if you've never heard that before new listening to this really encourage you to look that up. It's a bit of a neuroscience biased version of what we're talking about and one of the things that he talks about is your conscious mind in your subconscious ended and the vast majority of what we do die tonight by Sec- subconscious in fact science proves that ninety five percent of what you do is subconscious. And he has a really good way of describing. How you go through you die and when you think about it most of what you do on a daily basis is unconscious when get outta bed up more training gear on because it safe from the night before I put my shoes on a guy at the door and I'll go out and try? I really think about it. I come back. I know what I'm going to eat for breakfast was already know what I'm GonNa eat for breakfast and I'm really think about it of a shallow. Get READY FOR WORK. Because it democracy will begin working on the really thinking very much about it the first time during my die where. I really have to think about something is when I have to write something on communicating with somebody but the nature of what I do is. The communication is just answering questions and answering. It's not really thinking about that. Why not just that? I was the first time in about a week. Were actually had to really think about what I was writing. Because I was riding a copy for a webpage for south spike and it had to be on point and it was. It was hot. Thinking is hard as difficult to do because the vast majority of what we do is is unconscious in Montana. He talks about how a you did. I did all of the activities that you did yesterday and today you gotTa hyave in almost exactly the same way as you did. Yesterd- I and that's part of the reason that people struggle to change is because physically. They used to doing the same things physically. They used to be getting the same tried off the signed payoff from the hormones and they brine and from what happens when doing activity you drink your coffee at the same time of the die meals at the same time tonight and your body's expecting these things and you have that stimulation as you do it and it really helped me to understand y you behave the way that you do. And today's behavior is actually being driven by. Yes that is a high via. And if I continue to live in that world and to not be self aware of that tomorrow's behind you will be the same as yes. That is in the Siamese. Today's and nothing is really going to affect China. And one relationship thing thing that I'll on ninety five percent of what you do is subconscious and that's almost like a six hundred pound gorilla. So what do you? What do you feed six hundred pound gorilla by whatever the bloody hill at once is? What do you need to do to effect change? You need somebody external to you to help you to understand why you behaving the way you do and somebody externally to you to help you to keep moving forward whether that's from an accountability. Perspective from a love perspective or spirituality perspective for me I. I just don't believe that you can do things by yourself in this world and we're GONNA bring it full circle to saying right at the top of the show. He that what you do is at the very fabric of our society. Because I can't do it by myself. Anita handle need some. Yeah yeah one hundred hundred percent and I feel the same to extend me as well so you know I am. A coach believes in coaching Semitic Cape accessing. Next more. I need someone who's no higher that you know experienced. Leda as well. And that is the way you had the good stuff. I believe. The hege change is not easy. It's not easy for anyone in and I've met day Montana a couple of times having run a car. Practical Fees News in. That was one of his fist disciplines. On Montaigne another great guy to to to say as well as Dr Joy dispense out. I really loving that stuff. Because I've actually had A bit of the healthy. She had respiratory problems and pneumonia. Those sorts of things to getting back. My fitness is extremely important but of course I cited people the twenty one workouts nieces. Exactly Twenty one day twenty one. I actually felt so emotional that I felt I was backing group again. After banks seeking losing so much condition is like three weeks. Twenty-one workouts and that's the same with things like Laying A twenty-one Sales Kohl's twenty twenty one times of running your business in you weigh your online or delivering that service all of those sorts of things if he'd Biz kind of that rough time and to get to that feels Gucci. It feels awful. You don't have the sign APPs available in your in your brains out there to do it so it does take someone else to actually go feel. Really Thankful I've met Roberts that there will be a day. I'll go gone out. I can do this guy yet. Now you'll silly you can't if you concentrate on x wines it and then go okay because he feels when you're bringing together something new it feels like you're bringing together. Five thousand paced puzzle. Don't have the ways and the methods to be able to think that you can. You don't have that certainty that you can do. You have done it before.

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"doctor d martini" Discussed on WSB-AM

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08:45 min | 2 years ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on WSB-AM

"How to do in the house and how to how to get the money going to dinner when he going lunch when going to even in schools and you go to our website doctor Joe dot com if you type in so what can I eat we did a show up kind of similar to this but it's a whole show initial by the will be on the website tomorrow so if you want to catch you can get there on the website doctor Joe dot com but we got tons of callers to so I'm always torn when this happens when I take calls obvious you guys got some good questions here who's been hold to keep hold on folks I'm gonna get here Cheryl how can make your day better Hey there Cheryl yes I'm here all day ago Cheryl years ago yes thirty eight years ago I had a broken femur and interaction and had surgery with the ride in it I have a huge about the size of a grapefruit of extra calcium buildup sure never bothered me as the last year so what can I do about this is there anything well it's it's it's several things you can do alkali zing you system might help and so if you eating acid foods that's an issue what you could do a stop at a drug store and pick up some PH paper will share okay and just like yeah yeah okay first thing in the morning a little bit and then wave the PH paper through the stream of urine and then look at the look at the color to color code and you want to be about six point five to seven point out if you below six point five your body's too acidic now if there's acid the body stores calcium try to neutralize the acid so alkali zing you system might help that the other thing you might want to consider is massage and doctor Joe martinis wife Julie's eyes it I excell massage therapist and getting in there just try to increase circulation to that area and then something okay doctor Jones nitric oxide support that's very good for circulation of course super greens an essential source well alkalis the system as well so super being so callous and I took oxide try massage of your body's too acidic then you got to really change your diet to go more alkaline that's what I would suggest now it you may have the main up totally go away but that's the direction I would go in if it were me okay thank you very much lately and phone calls up as we talk about to bring central source nitric oxide with about B. complex at the B. twelve all those are on the website doctor Joe dot com and you can not one of them will ship them to you but if you want to come by and pick them up we have offices marry at a Duluth Stockbridge in west Cobb you can come by to pick up and it'll save you some shipping that's great with me I don't care I we don't make any money on shipping and handling that's all stuff we just pass on to you so that you save a couple Bucks as well I was to take some calls a four four four four doctor jelly for for for for D. R. J. O. E. Conti happy make your day better hi doctor Joe I com I'm calling about my son who is a police officer in another state and he went and had a tussle with the bag guy but they won over anyway he ended up doing something to his shoulder he had surgery on it but what's bothering him is just here recently he broke his foot because he does nirvana's back against yes and there was no laid there per se but yet he felt the pain in his back okay and to catch himself he ended up breaking his foot understood so is there is something that chiropractic would help him this is the second incident first incident he tried going back to work after that yeah I know exactly what chiropractic does we find the bones that are out of place put him back in place take the pressure off the nerve and with the foot we can also adjust the foot once it heals we can going to just a foot one fourth of all the bones in your body on your feet so if you have an injury to your foot chances are if you broke it you also dislocated as well so we got to get those bones put back in place in his feet we gotta get check his knee out check as hip check as low back out and the answer is a resounding yes I mean that sounds like a classic chiropractic case so if you can't get him in to see us in the Atlanta area find out where he is and maybe send me an email through the website doctor Joe dot com maybe I can find somebody form in his area okay okay thanks Brigitte okay I felt very healthcare questions a four four four four doctor Joel who's not keep holding on air folks live at how we make your day better well hi good good afternoon or good evening dark I'm a new listener and I'm very interested in a lot of information you have I like the idea about this super greens I'm a seventy five year old woman I'm retired I'm single and I'm really very much into a lot of natural things down god is put out there for us to use and nine I'm really a big believer in that and I'm pretty much a vegetarian I do do I do eat some mate and that sort of thing that I wanted to know if you have some sort of a catalog or something that that would let me know some of the things that you have available absolutely all out on the trying to website doctor Joe dot com if you go to a website you never my problem I don't have a computer Garrett can you take this young lady's phone number and maybe give her a call center a brochure all right I'm gonna send guaranteed to get your phone number any other questions aside from that I think that will take care of some of my answers about that would that would be appreciated I thank you so much on my plate hold on one second wonderful program I love it I you're smart woman thanks so much hold on one second I thank you there we go put on hold there we go got it okay the time we got time for another question here a four four four four doctor Joe get me healthcare questions Michael happy make your day better Hey doctor Joe first and foremost I want to say thank you very much for developing super grains and essential source I am doing intermittent fasting and this is now I'm on my seventh batch now we'll both awesome and I just went and picked up and it's really helping me because I only eat six days a week at ten AM and then again at three PM send your grains and the nutrients are helping me too fast until ten o'clock and I don't feel full now I've also got a compliment about your great guy walking for you was named Garrett yes he told me to call back on Monday because y'all have been out of the loop office of the central source yes I crawled back in on Friday and to my surprise they got some in earlier yes I'm calling to ask you about the super grains I ended up getting I've been using for the last six batches your regular super grains meant flavored in a white powder yes but they did not have any of that and they had the rice protein one and I've never taken that before and I want to know are you discontinuing the regular super greens mint flavor because I like that one not much better now we just kind of in in fact what we did is we we we changed ever so slightly because we were putting coconut milk and empowered coconut milk into super greens meant and what we did now is we added more of the product more super greens and we add an essential oil flavor a peppermint meet the central oil so you're gonna get more bang for your Buck with the new meant but it should be and I think all the offices should happen because we ran out I was in there on Friday and they had none of it and so I picked up the rice flavored ones and they told me there the Duluth office that is the new packaging so they gave me the impression that the regular super grains men were not coming back now is that wrong that's right he has not already used to skip some that's rice protein and I want to bring it back and get the regular super green yeah okay no it should be and Garrett Garrett any other room right now but I'm pretty sure it's and so just call the office tomorrow call eight four four four four doctor jail and make sure we have it I know we did because we were out of it the problem might be honest with you as we have trouble keeping in stock yeah you do and the house is very popular this is now my seven batch and like I said it's made a huge difference with me doing this intermittent fasting so I can understand why you're running out of it thank you so much again for doing that I'm fixing the purchase the nitric oxide tabloids guide the next months supply and I'm fixing to do the micro nutrient test with Dr CAD Jackson who is who is wonderful yeah I I love her she's awesome Dr kat is wonderful and you're you're a smart man for hiring her great well thank you I appreciate that Mike I got a rubber against break thanks so much thank you very healthcare questions eight four four four four doctor Joe a four four four.

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03:37 min | 2 years ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Helps people with obesity heart disease cancer other conditions but there's a proposal in Italy and this is the thing that concerned me there's a proposal in Italy that agrees that but they they argue that without animal products kids can grow up to be healthy when I saw this I said this is ridiculous I got to do a show on this because even on Italian going to disagree my brother in there it that's so ridiculous that that's that couldn't be further from the truth so vegan diet is fine you're gonna get all the vitamins misunderstood that you need we can talk about the American dietetic association clearly saying that if you have you can eat a plant based diet reading a good variety of fruits vegetables nuts and seeds gonna be fine you've heard me talk about supplements the only supplements I would recommend you take if you're vegan I would be vitamin B. twelve some study so you don't even some say do I take it anyway it's in doctor Joe super greens doctors essential source I'm sorry it's in there and also if you take doc just be complex you getting more than enough B. vitamins you're going to be fine a nutritional yeast many times is is fortified with B. twelve so that's fine too and you only use about a fishbowl full of B. twelve in a lifetime you don't need a lot you just need a little the problem is absorbing it so you have a digestive issue if you have acid reflux heartburn burping gas bloating if you're older your stomach produces something called intrinsic factor no intrinsic factor is produced in the stomach and allows you to absorb B. twelve so as you get older you you you shut down your production low your production of intrinsic factors you know can absorb as well as you still if you have acid reflux heartburn burping gas bloating many times the stomach is pushed up against a diaphragm we need to pull the stomach down away from the diaphragm my team of doctors are all trained by me to do that and the reason I'm so good is because I have this problem and one of my stomach acts up we have doctor Joe martini in the studio with us today I saved a doctor Joe pull my stomach down upon my stomach down and I'm fine so if you have that many times it's a physical problem just come see us and let us fix it but as you get older the intrinsic factor is going to drop it just part of the aging process so you take a little bit more B. twelve and then you're fine but everything else you can get for a plant based diet I also take omega three fatty acids because they're sensual omega threes and you can get them from plants but your body has to convert the plant version into the animal version so just to be safe I don't think you need them most people I don't think would but I take them anyway because most people even after reading a vegan diet you're eating a bad vegan died there in cookies and cakes and donuts impostors and you could be an unhealthy vegan and you could be healthy mediator you got to make sure you're getting everything and this is the funny part when it when I talk about plant based diets or play bass is different than being a bio a vegan is no animal products whatsoever play bass is mostly plants but maybe a little animal product woven in there now I'm vegan I'll be any animal products but it always makes me laugh and people say well you have to supplement if you're taking if you're vegan diet well most people eating alchemy tributary coffee so not official sweet or they're not getting so many other things in knocking fibers that they should and I can find a new trees that they already may not get vitamin C. like they're supposed to if you drink a lot of dairy products can talk about that later it's very deficient I and many people are anemic when they do a lot of dairy products especially children you should never give children cow's milk exclusively he going to it's got to be organic chemistry supplement with it so it can be a little confusing but you just have to know what you're doing but it's like anything else I mean phone or computer I have two questions about my computer every day and have Garrett have Lewis the young guys here in doc martini I go to young guys and say fix my phone fix my computer and we we get help with that so we learning how to use computer you learn how to drive a car if you drive a stick shift took awhile to learn how to drive a stick shift you'll learn about everything in life but for some reason people think that I'm just gonna eat whatever I want and I don't have to learn about anything well most people deficient in nutrients that's why I'm such a big fan of supplements.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Four four four four doctor Joey four four four four D. R. J. week our website doctor Joe dot com the RJ we dot com over thousands of thousands podcast there we have we have offices in Marietta Stockbridge to lose and west cobwebs copy of doctors Joe martinis wife Jo Lisa studio with us today so if you have any questions you end up going to see them when you go out west Cobb office folks on doctor Joe Esposito number here to studio for questions eight four four four four doctor Joe will be right back have you wanted to speak a new language but you cited be too hard or take too much time then go to babble dot com download the app and try it for free in just fifteen minutes a day you'll be on your way to speaking a new language and just a few weeks and right now you can try babble for free battle starts out teaching you words and phrases by matching them with pictures you won't believe how easy the interactive program is soon the sentences get a little bigger and before you know it you're having simulated conversations voiced by native speakers and because babble is crafted by language experts and uses the spaced repetition method in just ten to fifteen minutes a day you'll be speaking the language of your choice with real confidence with babble you can speak a language just go to babble dot com and start your first lesson in the language of your choice for free download the Bible app or go to babble dot com and try it for free that's B. A. B. B. E. L. dot com message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your.

"doctor d martini" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"At the <hes> aspartame plan in south carolina and told us specifically don't talk to the media they actually are hospital directors that don't talk to the media if they come in and they have this this knysna symptoms uh-huh which means polygraph panic brain damage optic nerve rightous <hes> cancer all kinds of things. Don't talk to the media because they're going to be something if you'll be impact actor exposed to aspartame vapors now they took e. coli insert a gene into equal gut bacteria bacteria to jerry peptide doesn't have a centralized interview senator for us off to try peptide. That's what's called an e centrifuge which means it uses electronics current and the atomic or molecular mass actually separate molecules to try peptide out the molecule basically is e coy are your poop bacteria pooping peptides that are basically neuro toxin in an abortive assiut and cancer inducing carcinogen and the fact is they know this and they've known all along and in fact they like it in fact and keep changing the name or they have new generations of sweden doctors like splendido which is i optical ice mercer or as assault an which is also toxic put in things. It's like a bottling company where ciders northern california. We've got ace cider almost no sugar that's because this is also a neuro toxic genotoxic and if you have a previous reaction aspartame and you started drinking splendor. You're gonna get recall phenomenon. It's just allergic. It's a narrow toxic phenomena relate to the spectral frequency effect spectral frequency of aspartame and sucralose is identical at foreign thirty eight point six hurts according to the equations last pauling the spectral frequency of salt and sodium cyclamate is identical two hundred ninety nine point nine hurts. That's a neutralizing frequency so if you don't have to understand ah body is being poisoned on purpose to reduce population reduced fertility and reduce i._q. This is not a joke. This is not by chance it's on purpose. Isn't it dr art religion doctor. Rhonda martini was matter. Hope not if somebody slaps you in the face and the right in front of your hitch with a baseball bat you know the guy in his routine his right hand. You know the perpetrator. We know the perpetrators we know even the data when we see data studies where the day likely fatal drugs loud people. That's the name that dr betty thought up years ago were or i've changed the name now to call the federal federal death agency the federal agency and we all know dr diggle said why did he do not want to license in this country. America's is both a doer of great good and great evil. American does more evil in the world than any other country on earth and currently is ready to put the deduction things and spread g._m._o. Food around the world world and spread of course toxic genetically modified foods. There's four countries united states canada. Argentina and brazil learns the gods with g._m._o. And people understand these toxins for example energy moto the mutating announcing over the counter medicines are prescription medications. They have to take early these are they said well. We have to add a sweetener because we've converted these news matt radical palestinian too generic generates have to have a sweetener no they don't and they add the sweeteners aspartame or something similar to it with a different name right and dr deal <hes>. Something comes the mine from everything you're saying. Do you think <hes> you know the colloquial legalese and how we define the words we use. Do you think that there's a component opponent of that in the way information is delivered because you quote scientists will say <hes> g._m._o. G._m._o. does nothing but because they're saying empirically in some definition of the way i understand it yeah it doesn't do anything but but <hes> ah downstream effects that using those loopholes because in in some sense it is it is true but i mean really it's not true. Do you think well i'll tell you what the problem is..

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"doctor d martini" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

08:19 min | 3 years ago

"doctor d martini" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Save twenty percent by automatic delivery we have people would be more responsible will take their skill sets and learn how to basic trauma basic life support and then work with local sheriff and get guns skill sets i blonde and they are i enjoy i think it's important we have solved events i think i just see lots of black grandma's in chicago have of guns police near the columns against helping rescue them when they're trapped by cartels by drug power of gun gangs that they could they the citizenry come walking in protective menard saving body armor hiding skill sets and training so we have a civilian militia so a a while what i see happening what i see happening is is a we have a situation where the powers that be one time we don't have solutions to problems i believe we do i think that one of the things you guys give me a gift is as as my a a i believe that prophetic apple sala calling did not only provide a returning the years of asu's let's mankind with my colleagues last week i have the first padded products actually's stops aging i'm working on a plasma epa genetics therapies it actually will regenerate organ in your body and i believe that we're within a matter of years not decades the conquering aging and disease right now a lot of things we can conquer they do amazing things reversing heart disease love bypass surgery surgery killing cancer overlook irregular chemotherapy regenerating you're brain function after traumatic brain injury regenerating bones says there are still good across you product great have a fracture regenerating period donald disease and you're gums bring it back you're mood and energy level and you're not transparent reminding her brain stopping post traumatic brain injury ptsd and those have been exposed the high stress environments in the battlefield etc we also can solve all the geopolitical problems and they transcend by the way come back to the bible which means got izzy provider of all he's gonna give us health mad at and the former neutra medicine technology is gonna get a spiritual man by giving us great blessing so you know we have for example other christians on my show don johnson gray loser agent archaeologist new zealanders christian archaeologist we've got canned klein who's bell or it is already now will be filmmaking there'll be coming back a we have hardly flyer jose christian is over in dealers foundation in germany we have doctor betty martini her husband we have a people that you know why serve god and do the right thing a it's important to make sure they understand that they ask apology of a lot of these public church is both christian jewish and muslim etc are at odds and that's gonna be swept away by god god's gonna solve these problems is gonna provide people like us with solutions so you don't have to rush the war you don't have to feel desperate move to socialism you don't have the economy's gonna crash and we're gonna have just gotta lock and load we're gonna have a situation where we protect each other and we don't end up with a state of desperation where the power goes up we don't have a power line protected so i want it in the past state of moral to be a day where independence of evil independence of the desired harm other people in other countries so we maintain her position i'm glad we have a man in the white house has had restrained and not go and kill iranian after are are go walk went down i'm glad we have a man who is prepared as it says they baby christian there's a fault choose from a council of of i call high priest people that are like the cabinet council samuel cooking divvied would provide him the right information so he stays in the godly position with god and the nation america prospers and stops doing evil around the world declared or how intel agencies like sad special activities division of cia department of justice that guys have been doing you've around the world supporting things like al qaeda and isis we get rid of a globalist politicians and those why have you totalitarian police state socialism or communism we make this they vapor in the win of the demon rats their latest debates how they wanna take over the country and they're gonna act like say british santa claus rally harris and give us call all kinds of free stuff there's nothing free so tell trains takeover ultimately becomes more and more vicious and controlling because they'll have opposition and if they raise taxes dramatically that crashed economy and allows people will find will move to where basically everybody maybe gets a bowl of rule cool and the subsistence economy dissolves left feeling realise there you don't have a choice here you could actually prosper and still take ever everyone but no one is created equal equal but everybody deserves to be able to have a living wage everybody deserves have healthcare access everybody deserves the not dying in a foreigner unnecessary wars everybody deserves have ecosphere stabilized so we don't end up with collapse of food supply or climate so vicious nominees earthquakes can't protect it i know even technologies that could modify storms and i'm weiner's of a tornado is using up a basically a positive tried being technology that she unwind tornadoes i know about ways of reducing the tiger frequency across falls onto you don't end up with a nurse quick release you concrete micro quakes hunters of micro quakes today rather than make a quick every twenty fifth year five hundred here's the fact is these things that technology is already he been highly research somebody bring on the program lots of experts developing what we say including a experts in northwest university and ringwood i even side years the mantle of the connection between a nascent of water and volkan ism all around the world of major changes i want people understand some solid science here and if we don't have all the answers we have better and better and better questions raise issues and they say it paradox or in anomalies isn't answer to a question we have asja so if you ask the right questions we do it in a godly fashion and we seek the bible we seek and prayer god's answers and solutions we will always move forward and our civilization to move off planet the tara form titan and and mars to move away from other sources the deep paces space and become truly the queen of the heavens as we become mayor family of human beings and are descendants have extended lifespans godly purpose and the will of god in our hearts to do his only his will and not what is right in our own eyes because that is the definition of evil doing what is right near all rise is always not the will the most i got we're seeing things going as that the medical profession everything needs to be reformed the geopolitical system is evil it's oppositional systems are developed by the same people like in kingdom rod of ancient babylon i see are geopolitical system could only be reformed insider from the spirits of good many americans the tape pro say let ican action like out of winning court go their churches and demanded that a false esque pathology be removed from the church you're not gonna get raptured away christians when things get bad the raptors gonna take evil also good at persist in that god has seven near further you knew what it will future workout were human beings you learn new little babies in in boys.

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"doctor d martini" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Canada. The articles is avoid sugar substitutes, but US won't do it because of corporate manipulation of FDA. Well this came from Health Canada, we didn't put that title on there. They haven't posted up so people realize honorable Ginette Pettit. Bob taylor. Misra Health Canada out of genetic PA mischief house candidates, speaking in the name of the Americas region. Okay. And of course, this is she said this as a dietitian, okay? Nutritional writer TV contributor, who works in US kissy. Where does that likes to keep up with health palsy, both nations amazingly Health Canada? Aides respond for public health and with enormous powers to do as for a new course in the area of circus of suits track chirpy, divergence, wanting United States because there's no place under more crop. Didn't United States is there. Well, I don't know. That's a lot of countries are corrupt, but in the United States, and everywhere you turn, there's corruption to such an extent at the FDA two thousand and admitted that that was so much corruption. They were broken. And that was lowers feared reprisals. And they really couldn't be any healthy anybody. So. Yes. You and then you've got congress, which is corrupt. The people making the decisions are corrupt. You got big farmer running the country and killing people with all these things who's drugs. Nobody taking responsibility. And when Kennedy Robert Kennedy spoke aback vaccines. He was talking about that nineteen eighty nine they made them as biologics and case Russia was gonna poison America and didn't know what to call them and set the combeback scenes. And that's all the diseases started and Kennedy did not know about aspertain. So you got the combination of the vaccines vaccines cause autism as pertain causes autism. So when does the baby even have a chance, and it might tease about two thousand twenty five one of two babies will be boring autistic. So I guess this is as corrupt yet. America the crop. Donald trump. His least central tangible. He's of people very bad, like big moving Saint five days. Okay. The fact is Trump should deal with things like Rumsfeld is aspartame officials liters and Trump himself drinks bunch of these every day. I mean, maybe house buddy you could see it. He's drinking diet coke. I you know, I don't mind having a Walker, but having a diet coke with his bed. No. But he brings twelve a day. And he's running the country. This is. With a bullet the bullet of aspartame. We've got to get this Dhakal had to stop because he doesn't understand. He's, here's an arrogant SOB thinks advisor on going to take care of they're gonna make sure they they neutralize them. And it doesn't matter if he dies, like, for example, Ronald Reagan of cancer or dementia, which you did by the way die. Because wrong Reagan had asked him lace, jelly beans, on his desk in the White House. Didn't he in the Oval Office aspertain lays jelly beans? Didn't he? Well he had beans. Andy, obviously used it because the Atlanta Journal constitution when he was here in Atlanta. Interviewed him. And I asked him are you still using aspertain and the only answer he gave was that, that today they know a lot more than they did then? So he doesn't use it anymore. So we don't know whether we grant died green are, but I do know that even his wife was using it, because there was an article in the paper about it. So, you know, that's one of the things DACA Roberts talked about if one person in the families using aspertain it's in the fridge, and usually the whole family is affected. So, I believe aspertain is what gave him all Amherst, because, as pertain causes all of that mors and informants, said that the national soft drink association, did a ten years study and found that it caused birth defects blindness and. Members. Okay. I'm gonna give it another name for a call Asper Hivers. How's that? You're very good at names, but. Aspe- disease. That's cute. You have drinking, you hadn't floor, cokes day. No onda. You now have no more Astra sites, your house, which is German for loom have no more glued task to your neurons, though, under your dying your brain cells are dying because you had asked, but I'm. You know, it's so memory laws is so prevalent. It's number on the FDA list. And after taking cases Greece for thirty years, a lot of women would call and say did forget to pick up their children and forget where they were and how to get home and all these things that have been going on for all these years, nobody doing anything about it. So. The problem is and, you know, we were first people too busy lives. No, I call a vicious. Ignorance when people hear people like me they bare their teeth growl. And if I can persecute him by going and finally, go plant with the state licensing authority or file a lawsuit work get him to lose his or her job, or whatever then they'll shut up. And the problem is people like you. I mean, we don't sit up we actually dig, our heels because they now were nowhere over the target. It's like when you're getting flak of your fighting a war you're getting flak because you're over the target, we know damn well, hitting painter when you make conflicts with the FDA people, and you have somebody from the comments saying, yeah, we got to reduce the world population. Yeah, we're gonna poison them with aspartame. And they actually said, what was the name of the gentleman who said that to you from the FDA allowed people? Michael delaney. Enough to call satanic hone as or balls to tell you. Yeah. We're trying to kill you. What are your problems? What just shut up and die all the young people to become sterile, stupid and replaced by the super race. SS. How's house? Win win Delaney called me it was in two thousand and that and then two thousand and is win the FDA some of the scientists wrote Obama in congress about the corruption. And so my in that called me was upset because these just had done this, and I said, we'll what is it that he will they wanted? He says Obama says to go back and, and answer all petitions from cadavers than seven, and I said, is that why you're so angry man's back in two thousand and two he's will it's not gonna get done if I only was answered and two thousand fourteen along with Dr stores. But neither one of us got letter because they knew we would appeal it. So they were just trying to get around. Put a bomb and told him to do because they had to do something. Action that I'm gonna take. I'll tell people besides the show and telling sending other people to video, and the audio leaks is to get the Halloween in court. Proceeding Lillian, course, which is under our diagnostic and therapeutic, Dr Fred graves start falling proceeding and actions against drug companies your state legislatures federal government cetera. And if thousands of people file proceeding and actions, don't go to adapt attorney. They're part of the problem. The attorneys if you look at the politicians most damn politicians are turning around in the bar association, British outsize registry. They're tied in with the drug companies that are pushing all these regulations on us allow toxic vaccines, and toxic food. What are you don't even notify you what the hell's in the two of tablets? You're swallowing now sub suit for your previous, you know a script that was a pill. While didn't have asked pertain. The fact is get that course foul proc- again, actions notify people get on social media send the links across to our videos and other material, we have. Neutra medical doctor, Betty MARTINI. Go to our website mission possible world. House international. W H, I, M, P, WHYY dot dot org. Right. Yes, actually, come or or

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