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"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

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07:49 min | 10 months ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"Single week we start the show with Dr Brian Frank. He is a functional medicine, physician and integrated physician. That means a real life Doctor. An M D real life doctor has the power of the prescription pad but as a whole number of treatments and therapies and diagnostics in his bag that he can use to really move the needle for you, or if we want to use a football metaphor, move the ball down the field. How about that? It's football season. Hey, Dr Frank. How you doing? Perfect. Thank you. Happy you're joining us, man. Hey, you know, one of the things that, um, that used to get a lot of attention when I was on Doug Kaufman's TV show every day. Is every now and then I would do a segment on how a nutritionist would do it. You know what I as a nutritionist do in my own life whenever such and such pops up whenever the blood sugar ticks up a little bit Whenever I can't sleep at night, whenever there's a little bit of weight to lose, What does a nutritionist do? I think it's even more fascinating to find out what a functional medicine physician Would do with himself and his family because I know that you believe in this, uh in the things that you're doing, but it takes on a different dimension. When it's your own family. I know it because it's personal. And so I think that it would be an interesting conversation with you to kind of find out. What are some things that are part of your day to day week to week. Life that you're doing that has helped you. Um, And what are some of the things that you've overcome with the kinds of treatments that you do it read Genesis Health. Yeah, That sounds fun. Um, you know, actually, Before I went to medical school, I was already pretty heavily immersed in nutrition. Um and then acupuncture. Both of those And so I was pretty much an odd duck out during medical school in that regard, Nobody else had had any experience with acupuncture. Nobody has hood. Any experience with nutrition and medical schools in America, on average, give 1 to 2 hours of lectures in the four years of medical school, So I was like, years beyond that, um And you know that was good. I still felt compelled to go through medical school and learned the best of what I could and conventional medicine but had hoped to bring it full circle and bring back in nutrition and occupy picture and then in the Ensuing years, I learned and brought in the pro therapy and then I did my fellowship and functional medicine. And that started because, um, My my wife's doctor wanted to put her on hormones but wanted to use synthetic hormones, and I knew enough in the functional medicine realm. Having attended just some general conferences. I knew enough to know that's not where we wanted to go. And so so I told my wife, I said, You know, it's been five years since I went to that. Great Great conference. Let me go to another one. And I did That. And the A four m. The American Academy of Anti Aging and Regenerative medicine had in those five years really begun to mature as an organization and they had their fellowship tracks and their board certification stuff. So I've dived in head long and before year fellowship and it was tremendous, um, opportunity to really expand my knowledge and how to treat people. Um, more from a functional approach and more naturally, So it all started with with my, um, wife needing to be on hormone replacement therapy that not wanting to go on the synthetic route that is so common traditionally and and so obviously. She went on natural, totally bio, identical hormone replacement therapy. And then I did the evaluations. You know, we both got on various adrenal supplements for whether we had adrenal stress or adrenal fatigue and and then I'll always had known a lot about nutrition. But I got real serious and Years and years ago, we made the commitment our family, uh, that we literally in our home. We only buy organic free range. Um, 100% grass fed, you know things like that. Yeah, we know. We know that when we go out to dinner at a restaurant, we're not going to get that. But you know, 90% of the meals we eat are at home, and so we get organic all the time at home, and I think that's made a big difference. In the quality of our lives when I think I think, by the way, doc, I think that when doing it yourself helps you in counseling your patients when they are transitioning into a more nutrition, heavy lifestyle, rather than transitioning out of us Standard American diet lifestyle, And so you know some of the tips and tricks, whereas if it was only theoretical for you, you had a head knowledge of it, but not Uh, actually experience with it. I don't think that your conversations would be as rich with your clients. You kind of know how to talk through that that that's a big deal. In my opinion. Yeah, And definitely even for me as a physician to give counsel to consult with patients having done this myself for a dozen years has really made a difference in what I'm able to share with them so You know, we are able to talk about various nutrients. We've we've got some great great testing that demonstrates to us where we have certain nutrient deficiencies and and that helps us out. Um other things you know whether it's high cholesterol or whether it's borderline blood pressure. Um, in my family in my personal family, we've been able to deal with those totally with natural supplementation but amazing supplementation that's picked very wisely, you know, with with the reason behind it, we're not just grabbing things off the shelf. Um and and so we've avoided pharmaceutical medications in in every respect. Except the only one just to be front and center is the only one that that I take is a is a natural MP thyroid. Um and I've worked for a long time studied all the stuff about trying to get off the thyroid and improving thyroid health and and I still need my natural MP thyroid replacement, But that's the only thing Uh, that I take as a prescription. Well, that's what I love about. You know, an integrative approach. When the time comes for the prescription pad, you've got it. You do it in a thoughtful way, And when you can do and natural alternatives, you do that. And that's the balance that I think that we're all going for. Now, Let me ask you real quickly. You're listening to super health. That's Dr Brian. Frank. I'm Kyle Drew. Let me ask you this. You've been injured. Before, and I know that you have do a lot of injury treatments and regenerative medicine. Talk about your own experience. And I think you've had a recent one, um, in in, in sort of doing rejuvenating, regenerating medicine on your own body. Yeah, Of course. That started many. Many years ago as I was beginning my journeys through acupuncture, and so, uh, I would treat myself or treat my family, my kids and stuff from sport injuries, sprains and strains and things like that. I found that. Wow, I could also treat hay fever and seasonal allergies and got related symptoms and asthma and so forth, And so I've had a very, very broad experience with medical acupuncture..

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"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"I want to be back outside. Covitz on the downturn. We have been in close to two long. We got to have a celebration. And I'm so glad you're joining us for this holiday weekend, which signifies the unofficial start of summer. And that means it's a full summer of super health. Kyle drew here, meat eating tofu hating, nutritious along with Adam pain. We just had a little opportunity to bring Adam on for the For the whole rest of the show. Casting normally takes the last half of the hour. He's gone today. So I just said, Let's do this do this. I appreciate thanks for having me come. It's a lot of fun. Um, this is this is something we've talked about a lot being able to to do more extended radio together, and I think that this is the way that I would envision doing it. You were talking about the new product ultra advanced, and it has like three pathways. It's it's attacking inflammation from a number of different ways. It's got the ultra cur pro. It's got Boswellia, which is frankincense to you, and it has the ultra claw, which is Devil's claw, and I've taken Devil's Claw. In the past when I jacked up my knee and I was taken high dose glucose, a meaning controi eaten high dose hyaluronic acid. And I was still struggling. And I added, and no curcumin worked for me back then, sure, And but I took a high dose Devil's claw. And the addition of Devil's Claw is what made the difference. But of course, because it was poorly absorbed. I had to take a ton of it. And and this is why I think that the ultra advance work so well, you can. You can use smaller doses. And yet still that's the whole idea. And we have a couple of different molecules like that. That That don't absorbent in the body that will stay in the gut. In fact, we have a molecule that's called bourbon Shot. Uh, this is my favorite blood sugar thing. And you know if if you can get it to absorb that balances blood sugar But if you take a lot of it and actually will kill all the flora in your gut, because if it stays in your gut, it just destroys things. So we need something that helps transport these molecules into the body. And that was the beauty of what we invented with liquid protein scaffolding. So inside the devil's claw, there's some molecules called harp, Agus sides, and these harp aqueous sides are very powerful modulators of Different pathways inside the cell that are different than what modulates Curcumin so curcumin sits on the primary throttle called NF Kappa Beta inside the cell. The Boswellia acts on the locks or the l O l o x Pathway, Right? Lipo Oxygen is pathway, which is opposite of the bagels packets. Yeah, you know the bagels and lox and cream cheese? Yeah. Okay. Sorry, And that's and then we have and then her Paige asides deal with a whole different genre of Immune modulators that have to do with fibrosis and, uh, key Lloyd formation and all of very interesting things that are ancillary to inflammation. All together when you bring them all together, The body has a much more powerful stimulus to modulate healthy inflammation. You know, the only other ingredient you know, there's a couple of other things that we would probably add in. And we could talk about Omega threes are huge. Yeah, people do know about Omega threes. But I think they're they're very under utilized. Um And then the last part is hemp. Right? Hemp is not a direct immune modulator. People talk about it as if it's modulating the cytokines. It actually has to deal with epigenetic six. Or that's a fancy word for the, uh, the DNA structure inside of a cell. The are natural cannabinoid system has a lot to do with genetic plasticity. And we've learned we we've only recently in the last year really started to understand how hemp influences or the cannabinoids influence cells and inside the body. Yeah, it's still uh Don't want to say understudied because there's a lot of of great investigative work on hemp, particularly around the world. And now with you know, the legal status changing more and more people are able to start studying this and they're just really working out the details of how that is so in my mind. Beginning with ultra advanced, uh and then you throw in maybe some good fish oil on soil. And then if you're if you're really dealing with chronic inflammation or autoimmune inflammation And hemp really has its place. It's not going to help with everybody. But there are people that are genetically, um, there. They make very low amounts of their own cannabinoids. And for those people, endocannabinoid Cannabinoids supplementation is a life changer. And you hear you hear about these people? They use it topically and like my pain went away or it's a miracle for me. But then over time it stops working. Yeah, I I gave some topical. They called it CBD, but it was hemp. It had more than just CBD in it. Um and I was really heartened by some of the folks I gave it to they really getting some good results. And I think that that's kind of what happened, though. Over time. It just didn't seem to do the trick anymore. I may have had that experience, too. I was after I stopped working with Doug Kaufman full time. And got back in the regular job world, which sucks anyway, But I was driving around all over the state and my hips were starting to hurt with sitting all day while I'm driving and all of that, and so I found some hemp cream. And I put it on and it worked. I was rubbing it on my rear end. Can you believe that? Where? You know, you just got to be careful. Where where you are when you apply it, you know, am I? You don't want to be out in the public, but anyway, one of my disk. Give me a moment here. That's right. Give me just leave me to myself. Would you turn around? Anyway, but I was doing that. And it worked. It was great. Um, but it really was various ultrak, er, products that took me over the top, Sure, but completely obey just completely at bay. But I think the ultra advanced is so next level with the multiple pathways that you're dealing with Adam. I really think that it's so next level. And that's above the next level. Curcumin that ultra Kerr is and next level Ultrak er, pro and next level, ultra hemp, all of the things that you're doing, or sort of standing on the shoulders of the previous things that we're after. A lot of people just are original ultra Kurds is enough, but, you know, for sure, you know. Go talk to Lou. Go talk to Keith Bishop over at flourish, or Dave Mason. You know, there's um We have a depending upon which imbalance you have in your inflammation system. Good point or how chronic it is or what's going on. From a physiological cellular level. We have a product that can help you balance that inflammatory. So I love it when people go to Dr Brian Frank, also, um you know, he seems especially award. He's our chief medical officer. He's here. Okay. He's your medical officer. And a lot of times were in meetings. Dr. Frank is in there and so obviously as a clinician, he gets to talk about this stuff in a whole different way than we get to talk about it, and it's a whole lot. I'm rolling my eyes Do I wish we could talk about the way we want to. But I'm on your website right now. Ultra today dot com and it's a It's a beautiful by the way. I'm embarrassed to tell you..

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"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"Yeah, okay, further study. I agree that it is but man after 85 years after 8.5 decades They're like, Maybe we should study this more. Sorry. That's my own little commentary. So, uh, so prole. Oh, therapy is something that you do in the office. Healthy joints Don't hurt people come in, and they have Joints that are hurting and you do an examination. You take a history and maybe they are a candidate for pro low therapy. What happens next? What's the procedure like? And how often do they do it? How long do they do it? Give us the overview for people who are new. Yeah, So there's um as a classic Kroll Oh, therapist. This is the original stem cell therapy. There are a couple of other options so people can compare Many have heard of prp or platelet rich plasma. That's where we're actually drawing blood, extracting the plasma that's rich in platelets. It's also rich in stem cells and growth factors. That's that's what we're looking for. And literally, we inject the patients, uh, stem cells and platelets and plasma back into them. But that obviously is a much more drawn out. Procedure takes time. Take staff takes Expensive disposable equipment takes expensive centrifuges and stuff. And so it's a good therapy. I love Prp. I do prp him non orthopedic cases. It's It's great intravenously for Neurological issues and for immune and autoimmune issues in and that's fairly novel lure use of prp the intravenous route, but but we also use it for Eddie and men and men with mild to moderate Edie Boy. Oh, my goodness. With one or two of these prp injections, which is after coming and stuff, of course, uh, they feel like they go back 2030 years in terms of their sexual vigor. But then the newest form of the stem cell therapies is what we hear a lot about on the radio and TV about amniotic fluid in cord blood products. Um And and and this is the Lewis. Um, It's fancy. It's high tech. It's also very expensive. It typically has been in the 3.5 to 5.5 $1000 range, and I had a Patient in the clinic. Last week he was offered in Oklahoma City. He was offered to have one of those new stem cell therapies for only $8000. You were gracious, talked about classic Rollo therapy and, Yeah, so commonly, people are going to have a treatment every couple of weeks. And statistically, speaking by four treatments, um 80 to 90% of people will either be completely done or have made significant progress. You know the the price tag. The thing about it is like you said, with this amniotic cord blood stem cell therapy that's available. And cool and high tech but delivers about the same results as prologue. Therapy does so. And yet Barolo therapy is just just a fraction fraction of the cost. Uh, you were gracious enough. Several months ago, Doug Kaufman asked a favor of me to put a chiropractor friend of his from Dallas on the air and I talk to you about it. You were gracious enough to give permission for me to do this because he was talking about the cord blood stem cell therapy down in Dallas and It was between eight and $10,000, Doc. I mean, I know this is not surprising to you, and I just I was thinking Well, that's not what my listeners need. I mean, I'm sorry. This isn't I mean, right around the corner at Edmond. I did it because Doug Kaufman is a personal friend and he's a mentor and you were gracious enough to let me do it. But Um, The guy was nice, but really, really like to prices stuff the way everybody is with the cord blood stem cells, and it's just out of reach for the average listener. Meanwhile, here is prologue Therapy Brand new study published 10 days ago. It comes out of U C L A. It tells us what you have known for decades stock, and that is prologue therapy works. Healthy joints don't hurt. Could this be a way to get your joints back to vigorous good health? Actually regrowing, the cartilage that is missing. Maybe it was from an injury. Maybe it's just from age and overuse. Maybe it's unknown. You have no idea why you're in such pain. Go to Dr Brian Frank, make an appointment and let's take care of this. There's a lot of options. Provo therapy is not the only one and maybe prole. Oh, therapy isn't right for you. Doc is going to shoot you straight. On what you're doing. He always does. And I need to give you his phone number so you can make an appointment today. Here it is. 405. 7637603 to finally fix the pain. Call 405763. 7603 or you can go online to re genesis health dot com. It's r E dash genesis health dot com Price is not going to be the problem with Dr Brian Frank, I promise. Doc. Thank you so much for what you're doing. We'll talk to you next week, baby. Well, what a great article. You guys really take advantage.

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"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

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09:39 min | 1 year ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"Hour of super helpful now, Dr CASS Ingram friend of this show since the very beginning, we've been on the air for 19 years, and he Has graced us for all 19 of them. And I am grateful for you, Dr. CASS Ingram. How you doing? Long time, No talk. Um, yeah, yeah. Yeah. Good. Uh, And I'm working on another book. Are you writing? And now at night? I'm working on it and stuff. Yeah, yeah. Anything worth sharing or you want to? You want to keep it to yourself? 19 vaccine, The real truth revealed. Oh, man, the air arrogance, the hostility and it doesn't work and people getting sick and people losing their babies. People die in an elderly and nursing home. So at least you could know you can make an informed choice based on the data. You what can I just ask on a personal level You have never been. This is to say the least. You've never been someone who has shied away from controversy. No, you're you seem to run to the fire. So that you can put it out. And most people run away from fires because they don't want to get involved. What you know, I just saw a uber tube with two famous guys. On. Let me start by saying You are not an anti-vaxxer. I'll just start by saying I am an anti-vaxxer. Mm. You know, I don't care for for 40 years I have gotten all my patients not to vaccinate. I tell everybody to stay away. I've helped my sister stop it. But my my grandchild is autistic because the sun was dumb enough. I said, Don't give her any more shots you've already got and the beginning of autism, all that brilliance and that aggressive firstborn stuff is gone. She's just becoming a wild girl. So stop it. Well, he went ahead and gave her 65 shots. So now she can't see either one. I so you know, it's it's you're dealing with some people that are deranged. Why do you need to shoot him up with heavy metals and aluminum? Mercury? Uh, this virus is you Can't trust in your creator. If it's that weird, Give me a hatchet. And then a boy knife and you and I will go out in the bush and we'll claim stake some some land and we live. I'll show you how to live off the land. You, uh, by the way, I am so sorry to hear about your granddaughter. Good. Gosh, And I know that. I mean, he, you know. You have than world expert On the toxicity of vaccination, and you ignore him to the detriment of your child. Now you know what I have to do? I sent her up a whole fist slowed of products. And I got a They won't give them to her much and then I got to write them. And you know you're dealing with two firstborn are two babies of the family that married each other. And I ride the the girls Easy. I just say you need she goes and grabs the stuff out of the coverage starts taking it while I'm talking to one zoom well so well. What is what is? Let's not let's not make it worse. It's tough enough to be alive. So that's why I wrote the books. Natural cures for Killer Germs the doing Is this. The Covid 19 vaccine, the real truth revealed that should be Up for preorder this weekend. Then you have the little pocket book. You can see it. Marandi, iton, radiant and green Acres is the how to survive a forced vaccination. Oh, my, uh And a lot of books I've written and in books on nutrition to well, listen, you're not. You know, the thing is is that you've never held a gun to anybody's head and say you must take oregano and you must abide by what my books say. You have been saying? Listen, I'm a freedom guy. Get all the information you can Make the decision that that that seems best based on evidence, and usually what we get is only one side of the story. Remember, Rush Limbaugh used to say I am the other side of the story. I am equal time. And I think that that's part of what you are doing is you're saying Look, Can I tell you everything issue? I want to spend my whole life now helping people that have vaccine toxicity. From the covid shot because it's above maybe 102 100 times more poisonous than even the flu shot. I've been spending time with the flu shot victims as well. But now you know one guy, and it just reminds me of this kid was a Masai tribes girl. And in she looked like she was about to She? Her mouth was open. She couldn't make a face. And I was in the Masai tribe in the hut. And and and I know this was a Bill Gates vaccine polio victim and I've still now for 10 years been trying to figure out how to help this kid. I mean, it's I'm the opposite of everything. You've been hearing on that on the news, and that I think is what a lot of people have appreciated. Is that okay? Not only do you have another side of the story, but you have ideas. Potential solutions tips tricks. Let's let's look at the whole thing, and I know it's personal for you. It has to be For you to endure all the things that you've endured over your career. You know, criticism is the least this vaccine thing they're so dumb or any pain. My medical license even became an issue subject of the pharmaceutical attack. And they succeeded there, so they took out a very good osteopaths and stopped him. In fact, I tried to get the license back when Pritzker said, Every one of you come to me. I want licensed doctors. You retired. You were discipline. I don't care. Want you offered Makovich. So I filed immediately for that. And they said no, we're going to. We're looking at you under the criminal causes. What? Who Did I cut the wrong kidney out? Come on, Give me a break, So I don't I don't need you. You know, I don't want you, but they just damage the general public's opportunity. With that one. Well, that's what you know. Your experience was the same as Dr Robi. Mitchell's Our buddy down in Amarillo. Had they took him out. Yeah, and, uh, there are a number of physicians around the country who either Had their licenses revoked removed. Whatever the word is, or, um, remember last year, maybe the year before Last, there was this rash of integrative physicians that just wound up dead. Did? Yeah, I knew one of 12 from Yeah. Yeah, We had one of them on Doug Kaufman's TV show and she was out of Florida. And then one day Doug called me and told me the news that she was found murdered. And they don't know what happened happens on these things. It was so weird. One thing I know for sure is, most people have been murdered financially and also their reputation. So, like they like to get these people, then they make a see what they did with me was a private investigator posing as a patient and then when they get here, they say he was fined 2000 because you've got to get out of it. So you give them sometimes the money and say I want I don't want I can do with you anymore. He was disciplined. He's lost his license for fraud. That was. How do you defraud a private investigator? Kim, right? Yeah. Uh, so with, you know, it's so look. That's why I went into the books. Now 35 books, including my new respiratory circulatory on T Foods that cure doctor's Guide to oregano. The Cure is in the cupboard, and then we just talked about the covid books. There's a lot of publications, you know, Maybe you don't make a living, but you at least can survive. And if we have to do the homestead, you and I can do it Well, you have given resources to so many people through education as well as the products that you talk about. Those are resources that are life saving. They have changed. And you know this. I've told you this off the air and I share it on the air so people will know You changed my whole my wife's entire outlook. Health wise when you were identifying adrenals as part of her issue, and there has been several things since then. Same way with me. A lot of people listening have the same story. So for the books, the books, the books, Uh, Lou at Marie, I got the book. We make a marriage. Go down to Meridian. You go down the green acres. You go down to Omega Health Dodges you get the book. Yeah. And you're listening to me now for 19 years, you might as well study the information. Get your yellow Underline, er, these are easy to read. Why would you not? Why would you not let's take a break? And when we come back, the state of Oklahoma opened up state of Texas opened up this vaccine thing and all that. Let's talk about all of it. Uh, are we afraid of Contra? Diversity. Not really. We want to give you ideas.

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"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

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08:06 min | 1 year ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"Inflammation in her body and skin issues, or she really which is a lot We think it's from the information. Would you talk to the cur? Human guys? I'll procure guys if they think that product could help her for that. Thanks. Okay, So that's a friend of mine. You know, I'm Josh. But this is a man who has a daughter early twenties. And you know, I will tell you she's been dealing with things that seem like auto immune issues here and there. Some one doctor thought, maybe rheumatoid arthritis. One doctor thought a little early, and it's this whole auto immunity thing. And if people don't know Auto immune diseases. The whole idea is and I don't think this is quite accurate physiologically, but this is how it's explained, the body begins attacking itself. Body attacks itself, and so you're like. Well, how do I deal with this well with her, She's dealing with a lot of inflammation. OK, cheerful person, one of the greatest humans you'll ever know. But dealing with body wide inflammation and now manifesting in skin problems. Now I know you've had some history with this personally want to talk to us about that whole thing. Well, it's like a channel that in pain for a moment, Phile, I would say hello, Kyle. Yeah. Thank you. Anyway, here a dead rat in pain. Yeah, modulating inflammation in the body is this profound thing that if you can get curcumin into the bloodstream It immediately begins to lower inflammatory markers. Asked Dr Brian Frank, who does high sensitivity C reactive protein test that measures on Lee, just a few just a very small subset of inflammatory markers. As Dr Dever Osman about her patient whose Inflammatory markers were stuck in a certain level. And then all of a sudden she got on ultra car only one capsule toys Today markers began to go down so I was a hairstylist for Over two decades, handled a lot of chemicals during my time in my hair styling career. It's long about the second year when I started really stealing with chemicals. I began to get what a lot of people would call Rose Atia. Would have these real bright red patches on my cheeks and they actually I could even feel the stinging in the burning of it as I could feel them coming up, and it could come up it and when wintertime hit It was such a nightmare. And I was trolleys trying with Talavera and anything I could on the outside to try to keep it under check. Finally actually started using like coconut oil on my face, and then my skin would also get really dry. When I met Adam, I've shared my story about my hip pain in my shoulder pain on the air before But until you brought this up today, Kyle, I had completely forgotten. That's how wonderful it is. To not be experiencing something That was a plague for me for 20 years. I hadn't even thought about it until today. You gonna look at my skin right now, Kyle and see it. It's clear. It's not red. It's not patchy. I don't feel itchy. It doesn't hurt anymore doesn't stink. That was a byproduct, one of those ancillary benefits I got when I started taking ultra car and it happened within a month after I started taking and I was taken about five capsules of the original a day. Okay for about the first month, and all of a sudden I noticed as Winner with moving around and it's like, get ready. It never happened. So I'm talking to some of the nurses out of the wound care unit at Saint Anthony's Hospital, and we've got about 14 nurses that have been on our original ultra car for about four years and one of the statements that I heard her but one of my ladies out there, I'll keep her unnamed on the broadcast today, she said. Yeah, we work with a variety of different chemicals and things in the wound care unit were around some things that could be caustic, You know, cleaning out wounds that are doing really horrible things and stuff. And she said, so It's kind of natural for us many times to have problems with our skin. And she says, and especially as allergy season comes alone, there's allergies. And then there's also skin issues, and she commented to me how they were not noticing that anymore from utilizing all tricker Adam could give us a great explanation. But in any time you have in a Lor jik reaction to something, or it's an internal inflammatory response. Guess what it manifests in the skin a lot of the time. You know this, you know, I mean, you start going on a fast to detox. Remember the first fast I went on. I broke out and looked like I was a kid had the worst acne for like, three weeks because my skin was going, Let's get rid of the poisons. Right. So anyway, I would love to win. I'd love to provide some product for our Your friend for his daughter to start taking and then let's have him call back in and give us a update on the sea. I love everything that you said. There's so many one thing that I loved. You mentioned the wound care team at ST Anthony's. That's where my mom went. And she was great ladies, one of incredible place, but The, um the whole thing about skin. And inflammation. Is there a link? Oh, my goodness. Yes. I mean, I I called my friend back and I said Look, the short answer is yes. Right. Let let's get her on it. But the thing about it you you mentioned The internal part. You were doing stuff on the external you're and that's that's perfectly fine. And I was eating all kinds of great supplements and in doing green superfoods and had a really clean diet. I didn't drink pop. I didn't eat at McDonald's. Had problems. I said, Well, you know, I had psoriasis for and you know, on Doug Kaufman's TV show. That was a big thing that I talked. I remember your story it when you change diets. Oh, my gosh, and covered me from head to toe. Whenever I see advertisements for a drug out psoriasis. It's always just a little patch on the elbow. Oh, that's nothing. I had it all over my body Top to bottom, And I do mean bottom. I'm telling you everything. Capital P. Capital less capital O Capital, R. It was re dunk Ulis and on so You talk about inflammation. I was dealing with a lot of stuff back then. I'm surprised you could sleep. I couldn't. It was awful. And when they they, the well meaning conventional physicians would work with me. They would give me these tar bads literal tar bags. You'd put this stuff in your bath water soak in it, And it was tar. Nasty smelling. You smelled like you were coming out of the primordial ooze. It was awful. And then you rubbed it on your body before you Put your shirt on. I mean, it was the most miserable time we're talking 1995 or so is the most miserable six months And then I found a Russian Dermatologist Step in Edmond, sweetheart of a man and he said, You need to go to attend and get some vitamin D natural light. You get in the tanning bed s so I start doing that. But I also was changing my diet to an anti inflammatory diet. If you can get the anti inflammatory goodness of something like ultra cur, fish oil, Ginger, You know these anti inflammatories. And if you can reduce the inflammation factors in your diet, all the sugar and processed foods and all of the if you can just do this 12 punch again, External Internal external I was doing you ve you know, ultraviolet light you were doing the Al Oh, that's great. Do the external but internal is what needs support. And for anybody who's dealing with these things that are associated with inflammation. We always talk about joints and pain and things like that. But skin is another issue. We have a minute left, and I have a quick comment to make their if you're taking it for skin, you know, we always talk about this beautiful results within 3 to 7 days, people taking it for pain if you're taking it for skin. Go ahead and commit to a month first..

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04:22 min | 1 year ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"You're listening to super out. That's doctor cast single mom, Kyle Drew. Okay, This one has a this'll person has an unusual question. She Is married to someone and they have equal but opposite problem. She has low blood sugar. He has high blood sugar, and he she say, no. How do I even think about this first in terms of diet, and then do we do things differently in terms of supplementation? That's so weird would sugars that'd renal glands are exhausted and high blood sugars. Usually fungus is just jamming up the tissues. On. They have syndrome ax and they're completely carbohydrate in town are not just sugar, but starch s O You know, yes, a little different than those blood sugar person could probably had a little starch now and then not potatoes. That's kind of aggravating, but the high blood sugar person they can't have any. Start your sugar on the high blood sugar person. He's got to be pounding. Iraq, No Jews, the oregano oil, the rig arrest multiple spice. You got to be pounding the irregular and if possible. Oh, yeah, She's got to take the irregular and two, but you gotta take the actual gone of royal power. And get those adrenal gland settled. It's kind of different mechanism. Really? Yeah, they you mentioned the irregular in, uh, that's an interesting product. Every time I opened the lid on that when it smells fantastic, especially this time a year is it's getting cooler. It smells like cinnamon to me. Yeah. Cinnamon Fanny. That's a really effective blood sugar regulating capsule or drops. And, of course, the diabetics. The pre diabetics your syndrome actors, you're hyperglycemia. All benefit from it. It's a just a fantastic to take a couple with each meal or five drops to three times a day and then cigarette addiction. It's curing that Alcohol addiction drug addiction because it's managing the blood sugar, and they're not so vulnerable to doing things to goose their body up. That's interesting. And so her husband, who has high blood sugar, got to be careful with the carbs and the starches and the sugars. On her with low blood sugar. Let's pay more attention to the adrenals Ash Lagonda. There's a product North American Urban Spice makes called ASHA dreen, right. She should do the ash, a dream and the raw power of the actual dream. Maybe the act of them to get because that does thyroid and the dreamers but Bottom line. Both of them have to eliminate the sugar. Well and that you know, by the way that's just seems to be an ongoing theme, and it's appreciated by folks in our space. It might not be as appreciated outside of our space, you know you you and Doug Kaufman are the two that have talked most about fungal infections or fungal overgrowth at the very least, people that listen might want to do a little wrong. Honey from bees never fed sugar because Usually a teaspoon of that two of that, as a tonic is tolerated. And that could even help diabetics and hyperglycemia get a little bit of quick energy s O the You know the high I'm a pretty diabetic, but I eat honey, I eat a lot of it. No kidding. I just have to be careful of potatoes. I cut those out of my diet. I cut out most of the week and I'm doing much better. But the honey, I eat a lot of it. I am. Might some have eight no 2346 tablespoons a day and I have no problem with that. Do you stir it into a cup of water? Or do you just take it straight or in my smoothie? That's my raw eggs and my milk and blueberries and purely be and all that barely think. But you could do it on a spread. You could put it in your yogurt. This is a food. It's so raw food and it's pre digested. So that might be tolerated by the people have this cut out? Oh, I don't have anything left. You can have the honey. That's Angela. It's uh way only have a minute left in this segment. But do you tend to make a smoothie each day? Doc is that part of your thing is easy. I picked the 23 eggs and the blueberries, the milk or the almond mouth. And the raw honey the purely think that purely be the purely see it, I'd dump it all together. Your you have the powerhouse..

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04:39 min | 1 year ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"Happy that you're joining us Some Kyle drew meat eating tofu hating nutritionist and we have with us. Dr. CASS Ingram one of your favorites and talk about by request, man. Uh, ever since Dr Ingram has been appearing each week, Boy, we get a lot of questions. People want to know Dr Ingrams opinion about everything. It started off that he came on by happenstance or divide intervention, depending how you think about it, but right when the covert things started began navigating us through that whole crisis, helping to keep us safe protected. And shielded against the assaults. And as time has gone on, it has just evolved into your questions. Doc Ingram answers, Doc. How do you do? Not too much. Not too much, my friend. Good to be back. People are asking questions. Uh, this one came in, and it covers an awful lot of ground, Doc. She didn't get specific, but she was talking about auto immune disease. I remember when auto immune disease was something you know there are 12 different. Varieties of it. Now there's over 100. What is as a physician what is your perspective on auto immune disease and how people can think about it Nutritionally? Well, they got it. They got to clear out the fungus. You see, Wow, the bodies invading the different tissues because they're trying to trying to get the fungus out of there. So if you use the doc Ingram therapy to clean that fungus out than the auto immune goes way down. Another big one is the wild Cheka Cheka mushroom, and that's a big one for various autoimmune but Okay, So you take the oregano oil, the rag, no juice. Maybe the multiple Spicer rag arrest and you'd pound it E think you should add in the check of the wild shag on the shag A max or the cha Go power drops are brilliant because we'll talk about that more. You know, Maybe that's that's enough. You know, if you Depends on the situation if it's vitiligo than that's enough, but if it's Fits psoriasis than that. You gotta have the check out to the oregano. Okay. All right. Do you want to add a little black seed? If it's a thyroid itis you want all three? A swell You want the oregano that shag of the black seat? You know? Yeah. You know, the classic explanation about auto immune disease is the body for some unknown reason is attacking itself. And I remember talking to an immunologist years and years ago before you and I met And I said, What is your perspective on the whole idea of the body attacking itself? And he said, as an immunologist, the body attacks something specific. Not itself. It doesn't make sense to me is an immunologist that that's happening. Well, long story short. I met you. I met Doug Kaufman. You guys were talking about the fungal etiology of some of these conditions, and it seems that the body is attacking an invader. Yeah, it is What they just did not too smart. You know that Just because you can't see the fungus or say the virus or see the bacteria and you see all those white cells invading the thyroid, invading the adrenals invading the The skin. You all not. If the immune system attacked us, we'd all be dead. So you haven't got that one. Do you have a perspective? Also? She was asking, you know, she's had a history of sugar, right? Which feeds the fungus. Yeah. No. You got to cut the sugar on. You gotta get the fungus out, and there's nothing much to it. I mean, if you want to go a little farther, you might go with a purely pack to get your whole food nutrients A purely see that type of thing. So Marshall, Ghana for the adrenals and the thyroid. Ah, some royal jelly Royal Power Royal one. That's the one I take every day. Uh, you know, I like North American Urban spice for all of these. The oregano oil, the oregano juice a rag arrest. She Aga Black seed. The purely pack. You can find those all over the area. Meridian Avenue Nutrition, Omega Health Greenacres Dotson's Some of these places have all of them. So that's auto. Immune. You're listening to super out. That's doctor cast single mom, Kyle Drew. Okay, This one has a this'll person has an unusual question. She Is married to someone.

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07:21 min | 1 year ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"Ever since Dr Ingram has been appearing each week, Boy, we get a lot of questions. People want to know Dr Ingrams opinion about everything. It started off that he came on by happenstance or divine intervention, depending how you think about it. But right when the covert thing started, began navigating us through that whole crisis, helping to keep us safe protected. And shielded against the assaults. And as time has gone on, it has just evolved into your questions. Doc Ingram answers, Doc. How do you do? I am not too much. Not too much, my friend. Good to be back. People are asking questions. Ah, this one came in, and it covers an awful lot of ground, Doc. She didn't get specific, but she was talking about auto immune disease. I remember when auto immune disease with something you know there are 12 different. Varieties of it. Now there's over 100. What is as a physician what is your perspective on auto immune disease and how people can think about it Nutritionally? Well, they got they got to clear out the fungus. You see? Well, you know the bodies invading the different tissues because they're trying to trying to get the fungus out of there. So if you use the doc Ingram therapy to clean that fungus out than the auto immune goes way down. Another big one is the wild jagga the tag of mushroom. I mean, that's a big one for various autoimmune but Okay, So you take the oregano oil, the wreck, no juice. Maybe the multiple spice a rag arrest and you'd pound it. You know, I think you should add in the check of the wild shag shag a max or the Chicago power drops or brilliant because we'll talk about that more. Ah, you know, maybe that's that's enough. You know, if you Depends on the situation if it's vitiligo than that's enough, but if it's Off his psoriasis, then that you've gotta add the check to the oregano. Okay. All right. You want to add a little black seed? Oh, that's it's a thyroid itis. You want all three? A cz? Well, you want the oregano, the jag of the black seed. You know, you know, the classic explanation about auto immune disease is the body for some unknown reason is attacking itself. And I remember talking to an immunologist years and years ago before you and I met And I said, What is your perspective on the whole idea of the body attacking itself? And he said, as an immunologist, the body attacks something specific. Not itself. It doesn't make sense to me is an immunologist that that's happening. Well, long story short. I met you. I met Doug Kaufman. You guys were talking about the fungal etiology of some of these conditions. And it seems that the body is attacking an invader. Yeah, it is. What they just did not too smart. You know that Just because you can't see the fungus or see the virus or see the bacteria, and you see all those white cells invading the thyroid, invading the adrenals invading the The the skin. You are not. If the immune system attacked us. We'd all be dead. So do you have that one? Do you have a perspective? Also? She was asking, you know, she's had a history of sugar, right? Feeds. Yeah, yeah. No, You've got to cut the sugar on. You've got to get the fungus out, and there's nothing much to it. I mean, if you want to go a little farther, you might go with a purely pack to get your whole food nutrients A purely see that type of thing. So Marshall gone for the adrenals and thyroid. Some royal jelly royal power. Yeah, Royal one. That's the one I take every day. Ah, have you know I like North American Urban spice for all of these theoretical oil, the oregano juice, a rag arrest, She Aga Black seed the purely pack. Ah, you confined those all over the area. Meridian Avenue Nutrition, Omega Health. Greenacres. Dotson's Some of these places have all of them. So that's auto. Immune. You're listening to Super out. That's doctor casts. Ingram, I'm Kyle Drew. Okay, This one has a Ah, this person has an unusual question. She Is married to someone and they have equal but opposite problem. She has low blood sugar. He has high blood sugar, and he's she say no. How do I even think about this first in terms of diet, and then do we do things differently? In terms of supplementation? That's a weird one. Sugar's that'd renal glands are exhausted and high blood sugars. Usually fungus is just jamming up the tissues. Andre have syndrome axe and they're completely carbohydrate in teller, not just sugar but starch. So you know, Yeah, it's a little different. That low blood sugar person could probably had a little starch now and then not potatoes. That's kind of aggravating, but the high blood sugar person They can't have any starts your sugar? Mmm, Mmm. Ahh and the high blood sugar person. He's got to be pounding the oregano juice, Directional oil, the rigorous multiple spies. You've got to be pounding the Regula nif possible. Oh, yeah. She's got to take the regular into. But you gotta take the ash will gone royal power and get those adrenal gland settled kind of different mechanism. Really? Yeah. Yeah, the you You mentioned the irregular. Ah, that's an interesting product. Every time I open the lid on that when it smells fantastic, especially at this time a year is it's getting cooler. It smells like cinnamon to me. Yeah. Cinnamon. That really effective blood sugar regulating capsule or drops on DH course the diabetics, pre diabetics your syndrome actors, you're hyperglycemia. They all benefit from it. It's a just a fantastic to take a couple with each meal or five drops to three times a day and then cigarette addiction. It's curing that Alcohol addiction drug addiction because it's managing the blood sugar, and they're not so vulnerable to doing things to goose their body up. That's interesting. And so her husband, who has high blood sugar, got to be careful with the carbs and the starches and sugars on her with low blood sugar. Let's pay more attention to the adrenals. Ash Lagonda. There's a product North American Urban Spice makes called ASHA dreen, right. She should do the acid green in the royal power will dream maybe the act of them to get that does thyroid and adrenals, but Bottom line. Both of them have to eliminate the sugar. Well and that you know, by the way that's just seems to be an ongoing theme. And it's appreciated by folks in our space. It might not be as appreciated outside of our space. Yeah, you know you You and Doug Hoffman are the two that have talked most about fungal infections or fungal overgrowth. Yeah, really. People that listen might want to do a little raw honey from bees never fed sugar because Usually a teaspoon of that two of that, as a tonic is tolerated..

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"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

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04:20 min | 2 years ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"Hurt your listener super health that's Dr Brian Frank I'm Kyle drew so when somebody is used to taking these steroid shots and maybe the pain does go away and sometimes that is the only thing that you have on your mind okay that and I get it I've been in pain and sometimes I'd swallow a snake if it meant getting rid of the pain right now but then when it turns into a long term prospect one of the things that Doug Kaufman has said for a long time is that some of these anti inflammatory steroids and actually can promote fungal overgrowth in the body which can create a number of side effect issues and I know you know all about that doctor Frank so when some but he is saying okay I've been doing steroid injections I want to give this a go with Dr Frank does it matter if they've recently had a steroid shot or if they're at the end of the effectiveness of the previous steroid shot doesn't matter what time they come in to see you is there an ideal time or just call right now and make an appointment yeah well I'd say just call because you know I I schedule all my patients personally and so when I have a new patient call then then I'm gonna talk to him on the phone well before we make that appointment so they'll know what to expect but if if they have had a recent cortisone shot we usually wait at least a couple weeks to four weeks but you know really and truly most people they've they've white at that time all already and so normally we can get on the right hand within within about a week certainly and one of the big differences is first of all let me start over when it comes to prolotherapy we only have two minutes left in the segment Dr Frank but when it comes to prolotherapy do they take the therapy once per week for a number of weeks or once every other week until until you feel like you've you've achieved what you need to achieve how often do people do the actual in half in clinic therapy yes great question some people are completely done and and well and two or three treatments what we know statistically over many thousands of patients is that really whether it's a male shoulder back and elbow whatever statistically by the time we do for treatments and then typically those are at two week intervals but we can we can little by little bit one way or the other we need to do but roughly two week intervals by the time we do the for treatment we're in an eighty to eighty five percent success rate and and like I say they may be done and her three treatments I would love birds five or six but it's a short series and and you know it's it's not Walmart it's not a hundred percent but boy we see eighty to ninety percent success rate and you don't see that anywhere else in medicine typically well and what success means when prolotherapy works is that tissue is actually being regenerated being rebuilt and up because of the pain itself is going away you're actually regrowing tissue that the steroids are just turning the pain receptors off they're just not able to perceive the pain but the tissue was still damaged or degenerated with prolotherapy success means not only does the pain go away but the cause of the pain has been mitigated against let me give you doctor Brian Frank's phone number those of you who have been in pain those of you who need hormone replacement but don't want steroid side effects and there's a lot of those out there trust me here's the phone number four zero five seven six three seven six zero three it's four oh five seven six three seven six zero three make an appointment and let's get you in this week go to his website regenesis health dot com that's R. ET dash genesis health dot com Dr Brian Frank thank you so much we'll talk to you next week well the.

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09:05 min | 2 years ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"On the lowest floor of a building about the brand new ultra defense well I am not a real fan of this course you know we've talked and we've seen so many tremendous clinical benefits in the use of the ultra Kirk Kirk human brand of either the regular or the pro string and and the the many benefits of Abu olive leaf extract that you know with these polyphenols you're addressing inflammation so you're looking at probably backtracked is there a favorite for blood pressure and heart health it's middle of favorite for up to expire during illnesses you know a lot of things that historically people have looked at for all of leaf extract a where where it may help with things like the common cold or influenza can deter you know a wide variety of issues because of this this very potent polishing off the dock I know that you may have to go and if you have to drop off that's okay but you listen to super health I'm Kyle drew the gangs here from alter botanic including Dr Brian Frank ultra defense is the product that's being launched today from ultra botanica and I will tell you very honestly when we begin talking about this a few weeks ago I could not hide my excitement about I feel like this is one of the most important products both from a clinical perspective but also as I look at the at the stores certain things are just out out out at the health food stores and this is something that is needed right now I have a list of people I Josh I've told you Adam I've told you I have a list of people who I am calling the moment this comes out and that means right now today this afternoon but Josh you remember when when we first talked about this I was driving back from Lawton Oklahoma you called me and you said here's what's up and I said I got to get on the phone and tell everybody I know because this is an important product well I've never seen you I mean whenever you get rich or something like that it really gets my attention and so I you know I hit you up about three or four times during the process Adam developing this product and in conjunction with talking to some key opinion leaders out there everybody agreeing that we needed to do this and so it's been a great affirmation and we've already got pre orders for the product it's going to make it available out there at some of the stores in Oklahoma City and very quickly it's spreading across the states that's outstanding Dr Adam I need to ask you so the new product it will be on shelves by the time the show airs this afternoon it should be available and will tell you where but how do people take this product in your opinion but both right now and then after this crisis passes to me this is still a product that everybody needs to be taking Doug Kaufman I would agree with you he has loved olive leaf extract for for thirty years at four for him it's anti fungal but anti microbial inflammatory support along with the old for Kerr how do people take this product well a bit indicates the directions are one capsule twice a day for for normal circumstances if you do get sick with covert nineteen you want to work directly with your with your doctor and and ask them what what they would recommend we've had doctors recommending out with this formulation of two two capsules three times a day would be a maximum dose but we with the label wall indicate two capsules twice a day but again I would I would be to reach out to doctor Brian playing or with your medical doctor let them know what the what they're getting what you're getting and and see what they recommend it's a good it's good to remind folks we don't give medical advice on this show nothing that we say should be considered medical advice and certainly I think that we're saying needs to be framed as a cure it is not it I promise you we are not playing around please work with your medical professional to navigate through these waters but what I did but Kerr what I would say if if I got sick of my family doctor I would be doing two capsules three times a day I am a person who thinks very deeply about these issues and I don't toy around with them I don't toy around with people's health just because of an ideology of natural health that I hold but when we first began talking about this Doug Kaufman is influenced me obviously a lot and olive leaf has been on my radar for an awfully long time here and I've talked about it for years on his show no the because but he's also talked about her human and I'll just remind people the problem with regular curcumin that you're seeing on health food store shelves is that curcumin doesn't absorb well into the body you got to do something to help it absorb well and the guys from ultra Britannica it didn't act and created the product all tricked her and it doesn't matter the details of how it works right now just know that now you get to Kerr human you can actually feel times like these what you're wanting to feel is the peace of mind knowing that you've got the anti inflammatory as well as the immune benefits and everything else and that's why ultra defense has been just a priority from a you know Adam you know I have been bugging you every week I'm like how could how close are we how close are we is it ready yet you know that we were going to announce this last week and it wasn't quite ready yeah I had to make it perfect yeah I had to make sure that every single thing the sourcing everything was safe it's not coming over from some weird place where they eat bats you've got to be safe with this stuff and I really appreciate what you've done now Josh where to get it that's the issue I know that there's a couple places that we know that we know that we know has it and then all of the other usual suspects will get it on the shelves soon but where do we know you can get it today going to be able to get it at flourish pharmacy on north Pennsylvania Avenue and then also at meridian Avenue nutrition and I would say I would go to your normal health food stores your dogs and your omega's out and Bethany Dave Mason's integrative pharmacy in Edmund and I would request you from them if you're in that area because they'll be quick to respond and have it on shelves yeah I I've really known that all of these health food stores have taken this very very seriously they've tried to keep things in stock I'll be honest with you there are certain products that they sell in the stores and it's no fault of theirs it's just how it works a lot of these products they're sourced from ingredients that come from China you know what's going on right now and so it's hard for them to keep stuff in stock I appreciate Adam what you guys have done in terms of sourcing the ingredients and so I know that dioxins will eventually have it I know Greenacres will eventually have it make a health will eventually have it I hope eight kids or what yes that it would you say it I always get it wrong Taylor's Haley's paler Taylor's Taylor's herbs it and these are the places but we know that flourish pharmacy today and meridian Avenue nutrition today has product on shelves and it'll spread like wildfire I I listen this sounds like I'm trying to sell product and and I really am because I want you to have this in your hand I would pick up a couple of bottles today to have on hand right now every time I go to a health food store I feel like I'm I'm I'm I'm Blunkett getting ready to go into my bunker with the kinds of things that I'm buying it how much I buy the ultra defense is the name of the product it's by and at brand you trust ultra bit tannic up made right here in Oklahoma City they have done it the right way it's a product that you take I you know I'm probably gonna take a couple of capsules at least twice a day for me and my family I'm going to do that for my family I'm going to get enough for my wife my son and myself Dr Brian Frank thank you for staying over Adam Payne.

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03:35 min | 3 years ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"In and okay try to corner you vessels are the steps are telling that will your go friends into about the the show kidney hi I'm grateful and your order will often be impregnated I found with somebody silver the other right day out the project and about in Oklahoma City you'll have hospital and air conditioning it's funny and because heating used systems to people would were recognize sober me from filters Doug Kaufman's to TV to show filter out up you I haven't know microorganisms they play reruns you'll have of silver me on it on but the I haven't space been shuttle on in awhile so the and silver so solutions it's always surprising to me when somebody actually have recognizes decades the voice of of substantial and then studies they go Hey and you sound and like we that use guy that on the radio and and we and documented then we talk and anyway Kyle I've on our been missions listening and and what and one we guy came have up to cured me malaria and said Hey a hundred you're that guy percent on the of radio the time yes that you're talking about the number one killer on the planet we in our religion can your work week week three and malaria is gone in two to five days in a hundred percent of the patients we find that it doesn't work if people don't take it I hope so there is a catch is what you're saying you have to actually to treatment us see I knew there was a catch then we have a high success rate with typhoid fever we have a high success rate with common colds and and bronchitis and that type of thing so these are non toxic things of that can be very beneficial for the silver if we have any respire tore stuff we not only taken orally we take it in international spray because that's where we pick up those viruses and bacteria is in our nasal passages and then if we look at other things we've got automation army she'll type yeah actual botanical products which by the way of a Chinese researcher dot org a Nobel Prize on the the benefits of our may see a product for malaria area I was surprised me she got a Nobel because that's actually been known for quite a long time but that there are good anti parasitic and formulas in that genre there's mosa predictor which is a natural botanical plant product that is according all the research I've done it's still too basically paralyzed the parasites and then when they won their a model they can't reproduce and they're they're subject to be eliminated so you know those are for different products whether we're talking possibly bacteria virus that can really be tremendously beneficial and then always because I'm not just an alternative you know practitioner I'm a medical doctor and so always if we need to we follow the patient and we do have the prescription anti follows the prescription search we do have an about when needed but most of the time were able to get by with these natural therapies which is what they're for by the way I am not anti anti biotics I am not anti everybody knows me from Doug Kaufmann so I'm obviously not anti anti fungal but I'm not anti any of these things I am anti the over use of those things and if there are things that you can take prior to taking anything prescriptive that would be great but obviously this isn't it the show that tells you how to treat yourself that would be medicine we are telling you what you can think about and who to go see if you want to really get over the things that you're dealing with anything from infections to weight loss to hormone balance it's all at regenesis self here's the phone number.

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"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

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09:57 min | 3 years ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"Oh, you tuned in on the right day? I know storms everywhere. Thank you for tuning in. But I gotta tell you on my mouth Rushmore of most influencers for me the most influential people for me in the world of natural health, obviously, you guys know my relationship with Doug Kaufman. A mentor of mine worked with him for fifteen years, right next to, to that would be my next guest. He is Dr casts Ingram a longtime friend of this show. It's been a little while since we've had him on the air to my chagrin into my shame doc is sent me some stuff to review. I am just blown away by it, but it's time to reintroduce you to Dr Koss Ingram. Doctorine grim. Welcome back to super health. Great to be back on board there. I love you. I love you. It's been. Yeah. I mean, since that time, somehow someway, you know yourself myself, we just kinda family. We kind of stayed strong and powerful, and you gotta tribute that good, good, heart and spirit. But also to the wild medicine natural cures, and what you when you came on the scene years and years and years and years ago, we were talking about a Regalado not just any oregano, but why talk about it. Mountain oregano growing on the rock. It doesn't like dirt little spit, the dirt, it likes that white calcareous rock. It'll digest it and then live on that. And that's the stuff about ten thousand feet above sea level up that way. So that one, you got to pick that, and distill it on turn it into that, that oregano oil of oregano famous original brand that oregano P seventy three and that's a powerful germicide antioxidant, and his Dominica, and I cough, anti mucus, anti venom anti-toxins anti anti anti. But then no. You have we have the oil. But a lot of people don't know about something else, very interesting when I was overseas the mountains Turkey with the village chief, he says, you Americans are curious sort, on all you got on these trends, and you go on these things, but we don't use oil of regular here. Can you imagine that? That we use the juice. And he, he bigs out a case of pop bottles Pepsi bottles with corks he was bottling it up in his own still in the backyard. The juice have oregano, six thousand feet above sea level. He lived there. And, and so he was bottling that up and I said, well, what do you use it for while we use it to cure cancer, heart disease, high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, and diabetes? I said, you want me to go to jail. I'm supposed to say all that stuff. But I you know, he's no. I really works. Well, I'll give it to people that juice. That's the air medic water when you when you first came on and educated the entire world on oil of oregano. It was such a game changer. And it became my number one product, but juice, oregano is different. How is it different than the oil dock? H two oh, the universal solvent. Right. Was in your brain goes through your spinal cord. This spinal fluid goes into arteries of Amos and arterial blood goes into limp. H two O and what you're using the H two to dig the oil out of the plant steam steam, steam distillation, but that's deem interact with the oregano to make oxygen bonds to make a, you know, a oxygenated compound, that's the Jews. When jn. I'm I've got a bottle of it right now. And I'm and I'm smelling it, it is incredible. And then when I took it less, I got into fresh new bottle last night, and I took it and what I did. And there's a buddy of mine here in the studio. And he just took some and I put it in the mouth. But I held it in the mouth you recommend that you hold it. If possible. Hold it there, but it's a universal goes everything mouse. But the gut the stomach the intest intestines, the, the brain spinal cord that deliver the gallbladder the pancreas kidney universal universal, universal. So how. Yeah, go ahead. Well, you got to know that there's been good research on it. That Turks found that the Reagan. Oh, juice was a positive ion atropine which increased the pumping capacity of the heart muscle. In my investigations. I found that crosses the blood brain barrier, and takes out inflammation in the brain. And you have these plaques plaques from MS and Parkinson's in the plaques got dissolved by the oregano juice. So, so, yeah. When we, by the way, listen Dr Cass Ingram MONCAYO, drew on super health. When I was introduced by you to oil of oregano. I remember I was sick all the time, and you told me how to take the oil of oregano, and so, but I kept it around for when I was feeling, like I was going to get sick, but you're telling me off the air that juice of oregano is all the time everybody every day, regardless of season, you're in whether the juice, the village people take that one and it, you could take it every day a little bit. If you want, or every other day or twice a week, it's still going to be efficacious, but it's edible because it's H to Obama onto the wild spice oils, and they Reagan oils edible, too. Don't get me wrong IT everyday. But, but that juice. That's, that's the powerhouse. You know, who's a big fan of that name before I make mention it supports a healthy pancreas. I have the proof before. And after blood sugar, it's supports a healthy prostate, I have the proof with the PSA's. It's support healthy immunological response. And so, so, yeah. I mean, you know, who's a huge fan there in Oklahoma City. Yeah. Big bed. Lou Phillips over there at Meridian avenue nutrition. Yeah. He's over a fourth fourteenth in north Meridian and he has become a new friend of mine. And when I went to Meridian avenue nutrition. He has a full selection of North American herb and spice products as well as some purely wild products, which we'll talk about next week on the show, but he's got a full selection over there, and I have to give him some love today, because anybody that supports you, I I'm a fan of and. He's also got that juice always got the juice using it for litany of issues. He's an expert on it. So people could go there and twelve ounce bottles for what nineteen bucks or something, nothing. They could get that sip on a little bit of that. I had a woman who had that CBO. You know, that terrible small intestinal bacterial overgrowth? That's bad. Right. Went into her blood, and her her white so was high. And she was having diarrhea and miserable. Right. So the oil was doing okay. But we added the juice and the juice every time she had that gut get on fire twist around. She take a shot of juice, and it would calm her down and save her from a tremendous amount of misery, so. Yeah. That one two combination of the oil and the juice seem seems to be magic. Yeah. Well, it would be especially the chronic, so you have your ball, your spastic colon. You're all colitis your Crohn's disease. You got to get that oxygenated compounds deep into that tissue and clean that out the amoeba cryptosporidium Girardi and the stupid fungus candy. The says the cause of Crohn's disease. Slow growing. Juice of oregano is anti-tuberculosis. We have the data on that, even if the juice, even if it's in the closers in the bone or the lungs that doesn't matter it goes after it. And, and so the juice of I always have North American herb and spice oil of oregano with me now I'm going to have the juice with me. I haven't here right now. The aromatase that terp Enes, it's incredible. I told you off the air, I could just smell this and just as inhalation therapy, and I would be happy but boy, whenever I. Support. A number of people two hundred to three hundred and cut the juice, oregano, cut it in half. Well, this is Doug Kaufman, our old, buddy. Doug Kaufman, he loves this. I told him that I was having you on the air today. He said, give him my best and tell people to take North American urban spice oregano. You can get it over a wild oregano. You can get it over at Meridian avenue. Nutrition go see Lou fourteenth north Meridian. When we come back, let's talk about black seed oil, right here on super health. Bluecross blueshield believe everyone should have access to healthcare, no matter who you are or where you live. That's why in every state are companies are working to improve health and expand access to care from training..

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"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:02 min | 3 years ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"Joining us every single week, you need to meet a new friend of yours, but a longtime friend of mine, I met dawn as in D A W N. This is a woman Don Strom, she is a natural health practitioner, but I met on many years ago, and I met her through my work on Doug Kaufman's TV show. No, the cause she has an extraordinary story. She has spent years and years helping women who have suffered with what we are calling breast implant illness will tell you exactly what that is. But also helping women who are navigating the waters with a lot of breast implant issues, not all of them negative, but just helping women who are dealing with that. But she has. A story that if you have implants or you are thinking about getting them you need to be fully informed about both sides of the argument. This is not the show. And this is not the guest who is telling you, don't you dare get those. We are saying that there are factors that are rarely if ever talked about in stories that you may have never heard from women who have suffered for years and years and years and years as a result of breast implant illness. I am incredibly proud to introduce Don strong. She's up in the Branson, Missouri area. Good friend of mine, a good friend of Doug Kaufman's have done a lot of work with him over the years. Don, welcome to the show for the very first time. Welcome to super health. Thank you. Kyle. Thank you for the chance to do this. You have been such a friend to us for an awfully long time. I know that you're helping women all over the country perhaps all over the world. I don't know what your reach is. But you have a website that every woman needs to go to called discover, breast implant illness dot com. Discover breast implant illness dot co dot com. So Don, if we could can we just start with your own story. And what led you to where you are right now. Sure kyle. You know, I was to tell you the truth. A breastfeeding mother and left with some issues because of that, and I went to a plastic surgeon to try to get help with that. And he talked me in to breast implants and told me that they were perfectly safe. Absolutely perfectly safe. I was not there were ever any side effects. This was maybe fifteen I think fifteen or sixteen years ago. I do know at now at the time the pile of paperwork that I saw and that I agreed that I knew that. I would have have these breast implants which down every ten years. Okay now. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Let me just clarify. So the the paperwork that you got basically said that you understand that you need to have these implants removed and new ones put in every ten years. Right. But I was not hold that. Anything with a home loan or anything? Hi paperwork in fine legal print that I just I just trusted and I signed but the paperwork. I know now did say that even though I was not told that I was actually told that I would be buried with these implant. Okay. Well, see that's just shows you how it all works. So you you had the implant surgery did everything goes smoothly initially. Heart surgery on very long recovery time. I was personally very I was unhappy from the very firs, but within six months within six months. I was having you know, neuropathy and fatigue that I didn't understand where it was coming from. I ended up. I mean, make a long story short depression. I probably would have been if I would've went to a psychologist and diagnosed with my polar because I was having such anxiety and mania types of symptoms Iran neurological symptoms muscle twitching, brain fog, I was a teacher at the time. And I couldn't remember anything. I was for my for my job, and I would go to doctors. And of course, when I talked about before it was mentioned that I may be I was depressed and put you on Prozac. Doc or something like this like it's all in your head. This is not real this zone. Your head little eighty. Yeah. Most of the breast implant because they can't test to find anything. Right. I guess that's true. Right. Yeah. And and so they really can't and long story short. I was I was praying for answer and one day about thirteen years ago. I thought that Kaufman on TV and honestly by doing Doug's Doug wisdom duct protocol. And watching you on there. I found that I got pretty well after a year and stayed well other than some crashes it was about at that ten year Mark where I ended up so ill that I was dying. I could not function goodness. And yeah. At this time, I had gotten my degree and was working with a wonderful integrated. Doctor in town. And the way that I was introduced to the possibility because see my new there was a problem with silicone implants. So I didn't get silicone. I chose the sailing because I was told they were very safe, right? I worked with a doctor's wife who had had a silicone rupture. And he told me that I needed to look into sailing implants because they were proving to be just as well for many people for some people could could absolutely harm their health. And she did not know that I was ill at that time. And it was about that ten year. Mark that I I knew that. I if I didn't find out what was wrong with me. I was going to die so done. What? What personnel? You listen to Super Bowl that is dawn strong. She is the purveyor of discover breast implant illness dot com. My name is Kyle. My my question is what was actually happening was stuff. Leaking out of the implants. And that's what's causing the illness was at something about the surgical procedure itself. Real briefly, we have about two minutes left in this segment. What was actually happening that was causing the illness? Well, what we know? Now in a great deal of research on my own what we know. Now is that doctors and scientists have been saying silicon is in our in your biochemist, you know, what that means does not harmful, but it's actually file active, and it is degrading fungi. So it's getting into the bloodstream and causing fungal overgrowth in a big way. But is it is it is it leaking? Is that what's happening now? Mine was not leaking the outer shell is made from silicone. But heavy metal to grow on and arsenic. And I mean, you name it actually the same step that they used for fingernail polish remover acetone. Yes. And as they degrade gets into the bloodstream, but the major issue is that all of the symptoms that women in what they're being diagnosed with go right back to the same symptoms of people that have been mold exposed antibiotic expose the same kind of illnesses extrordinary. There's a woman here in Oklahoma City who is a longtime yoga instructor she and I met we talked at an event one day. Her story is very similar to yours. She had to have X plants meaning taking the implants out the kinds of misery that she and her husband and children went through because of this illness. It would take an entire hour just to tell you suffice it to say more and more women are aware of this. I myself had no. Idea the extent to this nor did I realize that these this implant illness can occur even when there's no leaking. It's just simply because of how the implants are made. I need you to go. Discover breast implant illness dot com. Discover breast implant illness dot com, she's right up the road up in the Branson area. When we come back. We'll talk about okay. What was her road to recovery and how she's helping women deal with these issues? Now when we come back, Don strong, Kyle drew and you on super health. Real quick. Kerr's up their game. If about maybe a romantic night out with your lava or maybe go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC. 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"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"You guys I I can live every day every day was shorts. And I'm doing it today. I love this time of year. It's getting good. And it's getting good on the show. We've got Dr Deborah Osmond. She is a dentist. She is a fellow fellow. We were just joking that her husband's here. And I just said man, Mike, you are married to a handsome fellow. Now, she is a fellow of the what anti aging. VM American associate association of anti-aging and original generative medicine, right? It's about health from the inside out. It's not about you know, outside Steph. Okay. It's getting getting everything working like it's we joke because sometimes remember the early days of eight you go to one of those conferences and every person there looked like the joker from Batman. Look at me anti age with all of this botulism. And it was so weird back in the day. And all of the men who were old had black hair one tone of black hair within the the route heads a little tiny bit of gray. And it just like, whoa. This is what anti-aging looks like it's not fair. But you have a master's degree in nutrition. It you are a whole body practitioner starting with the oral side with the dental health, and you're up at Oklahoma dental wellness. At north west ninety six and may four or five seven five two zero one one one. Okay. Let's talk nutritional bit. Okay. I didn't nutrition counseling for a lot of years. I gave everybody. The Doug Kaufman. Face one diet. Doug, coffins, one of my best friends. I love him. I promote it, you know, that you guys, but it didn't work for everybody very plainly. It worked for a certain percentage. And then there was a certain percentage just didn't work for the diet fast forward to if you years ago, and I was on his show, and I decided to do an experimental year long experiment on the Kita genyk diet and don't just thought. Yeah. You're gonna have great results because it's like his phase one diet on steroids. You know, almost no carbohydrate very little protein, huge amounts of fat. Lot of people are getting enormous results from this. I wasn't one of them. In fact, your husband, Mike, we hadn't seen each other in a couple of years. I think and we read that integrative that integrative medical group a few weeks ago. He said, yeah, I thought it looked like you put on some weight, and he was right? I put on some series. Wait when I was on the key to genyk diet. Meanwhile, people are telling me they've never been thinner while on it. Guess what you guys that is what happens with all one size fits all. There is a certain percentage of people who respond to almost any. There's a certain percentage of people who won't I'm one of them. For whom Kito was a disaster. A girl I graduated high school with tells me it's been a godsend for her crazy now we get into how to do nutrition counseling. And I know you talk about this in your office. But now you have a DNA.

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"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:28 min | 3 years ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"Hey, it's good to have you Adams Adams squinting like, do you? I'm amazed that you can pick up that. Well, when when everybody's gone when we finished with this show. Mike can I talk music in net flix, and that's that's where we go. Hey, it's good to have you with this. You know, what we do sometimes on this show? It's the first half of the show. We're talking to Dr Frank, and we're talking the guys from all. And then second half the show, we do whatever. Sometimes we have guests on. I'm gonna have some pastors on coming up real soon, and we're gonna be talking grace, and we're gonna be talking identity and full acceptance and the true you, and we talk spiritual issues during this part of the show because I don't think health health is always been talked about in terms of physical lonely, and we're not just physical beings. We are body soul spirit beings. And it's all one thing. But we sometimes like to splice and slice and pick them out in only caring about. The health of the body right now. And that's not who I am. That's not who you are. And we want to talk about that. So sometimes we do a round table discussion. Second have the show today. The guys from Molterer still hanging out and Jim Miller's with this homes for okay dot com. Keller Williams company, and it is it's real interesting. Because Jim you say is a realtor on the show. Well, I have everybody on the show. It doesn't matter where they come from. But it just so happens that Jim also writes for the nutrition health world, a lot of the blog articles that you see online many of them have been written by Jim a lot of people hire them. He is the person who's writing. And then the other person's face is out in front. And so that's the way that works. He ghost writes books for others. He and I worked on a Doug Kaufman. Okay. That's still not out. I was gonna say. Seventeen sixteen. Gosh, she's at sixteen. Yeah. Okay. I'm calling today. We should have him on a table to. But, but Jim was talking, you know, he was he was listening to us talk about detox, Brian Frank detox with ultra and Jim was kind of thinking about the whole idea of spiritual detox. Also, boy, that's something a lot of people need to hear about you. Yeah. You know, what is it that we need detoxing from in our bodies? It's because we eat stuff that has stuff in it that our bodies in supposed to have and it accumulates, and I love Allen's description of the getting down to the Michael Kandari and cleaning it out. I kind of thought of it like, the the janitor that comes in and cleans our bodies. And so what what is the spiritual equivalent of that, you know, if you look at. I mean, it really if you look at any religion out there, but we're Christians. So we're gonna talk about Christianity. You go you go enough time with men and women running things that it gets bent out of shape. Human beings running things. Exactly, exactly. And so. I kind of look at the the the Church World every church history about every five hundred years it's gotten so bent out of shape that there's had to be some major correction, and I really think we're in the process of that right now. And so what does that mean to us as individuals? I mean, I could go on for hours about that part. But that's not what we're talking about. I wanna know how what do we what do we have in a spiritually that needs to be cleaned out? And I think a lot of it you, and I were talking about this earlier today that a lot of it is we get the impression that when God talks about obedience what he's talking about is obedience to mosaic law or to any of the other ordinances that are in the Old Testament there six hundred and thirty three of them. I think that if I got my thirteen. Yes. Six thirteen. Okay. As off by I made up twenty more in the media. That's nothing. I've made up hundreds more. And so the thing is a perfect example of what the result of that is I had a tendency to think up until very recently that God if you would just take care of these six things over here. And it's, you know, the big ones like finances and my relationships and stuff if God would just fix the problems there, then I could just take care of everything else. I wouldn't have to bother him so much. I can handle this. You take care of things. And then, you know, we'll talk until I need something. I need something else. And how many of us live our lives that way we go to church every Sunday with that mentality. We read we read the bible every day. And if you have that mentality, you're reading it wrong. You're it's you need a detox you need to clean that garbage out. So that mindset now that world view, I saw you closing your eyes there. Josh are you disgusted or are you thinking? Well, I'm I'm thinking about this guy's it's. It's so easy in what Jim just talked about for individuals to get caught up in the programmatic aspect of all the methods and stuff I mean, right from what Jim said, then and I know, Jim. So I know where he's coming from his heart. But people could be listening to that right now in thinking, okay. I need to prepare the list. I need to go ahead and knock down these things and do the detox, but it all really starts when we recognize that there's this unique opportunity to take on the nature of the father. God loves us so much and so when that begins to happen, then there's this beautiful interaction this beautiful dynamic this beautiful communication and intimacy from a loving father desires to reach into those deep dark recesses of our life. Our traumas are are Solis problems the basement beliefs that we have that we picked up when we were kid, and he gently begins to renew our thought processes and gently begins to allow us to partner with him to enjoy life. Because it's like Jim said. It's not the solving of the big six out there. But if I'm actually walking and joy and peace while I'm suffering financially, Cumberland proof, and that's the big difference. Only a big deal the solving of the big six. That should be the name of our next book. But that Oko hitch what he said about basement beliefs. Because we all bring this baggage that comes from our childhood or comes from something, you know, when I started reading Genesis in Leviticus when I was six years old. And so what could I possibly truly understand about it at that age? But I've formed opinions, and I formed thoughts that were that go back that far? So yeah. Definitely want basement beliefs. Well, you said the word religion at one point. And that is is part of the problem. I think because so oftentimes we come to God. And we think of religio city, and that means I am doing this. I am not doing this. And I am trying hard, and I'm and I'm plugged into these little customs of a religion. Right. And and missing out on what Josh was describing which is relationship. Right. And that it almost universally ruins everything whenever I'm not ignoring you, Adam you you jump in anytime. Okay. I'm waiting. You're processing do you? Are you ready to say something or are you waiting? Well. I. You're you're talking about, you know, so many things here on on so many different levels. I I like to go back to the foundation, right? And I think the permit my premise is that a a life lived on self will is gonna fail. Absolutely. We were talking about that earlier too. Right. So if if we're trying to manage things and be the director of what's going on around us. We're going to find ourselves in situations and find ourselves bound up in stuff, and resentments, and anger and jealousy. And ultimately all the stuff that comes on sin. What we need is surrender. Yes. We're laughing laughing. This morning. Jim Jim texted me and the whole subject was surrender. And when we met before we came up to the studio, the subject was surrender. Yeah. It's not a mistake that you just brought that up. Right. But I think surrender has to be done on the on the terms that God wants us to have it. Absolutely. So if people believe that God is going to beat them and hurt them or the things that they've done then they're not gonna surrender to God. That means that they're going to get punished. Right. So if you go to a right, and you get to the premises. What they come what they come back to it. Bill w one of the founders said his essential insight was that God could be found if you were sought and God would help people. And so on that basis, if we surrender we find that God comes right alongside and takes us out of our selfishness. That's so true. It's it's a big deal that I think, and I'm glad that you worded everything the way that you just did. Because there are a lot of people listening every time, we do spiritual discussion, I get a whole lot of feedback and people I find that some people are wrestling with things, and somehow we have begun a discussion that works to their advantage. And they're like more more and more. So we have another segment to do more and more more. And we'll talk more about this whole.

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"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"You don't even know Burke Golding is the honcho over at a company called positive power nutrition. They're out of San Diego. There are a few people who I put on my mount Rushmore of influential. I'm going to call them mentors in my life in the natural health world. Obviously a lot of you know, my relationship with Doug Kaufman. He's he's on there. A second one is this guest. His name is Burke Golding, and he has been so helpful and so influential in so many areas as it pertains to natural health anytime, he comes to Oklahoma City is required. That you go see him the notes that I take at his conferences are the most extensive that I take of anyone who ever comes anywhere talking about health related things. He sort of has some universal theories that have worked so well in real life, and it is just an honor. But I have to apologize because it's been well over a year since he's been on the show, and that's my fault Burt. I'd like to apologise I'm so sorry. Oh, no. I'm so glad to be on the air with you again. Great. Great show and no apologies necessary. This is this is fun to be to be with you again. Well, it's no way to treat somebody on their on their personal mount Rushmore. So I am grateful for everything that you're doing you're over at positive power nutrition, by the way, you would have enjoyed the conversation. We were just having we were talking about lasers and various kinds and different things to help sensitize the cells to laser therapies, and I remember you were at the old health food center. It's now green acres, but you're at the health food center years ago. And of course, I was there and we drove back to the hotel. And I said Hoke me up with that laser man, pop me. I don't know how it works. You know, put it on my back. Whatever you do. And you were and you said Kyle. I don't know if you'll be able to make it home before you fall asleep. If I put this laser on you do you remember that? Yes. Yes. And and it's because there was a protocol for helping people get to sleep, especially those suffering with insomnia. So. Oh, yeah. It was very interesting. Well, I have with me as I always do my thirty two ounce jug of water and the way that I do mine Burt is I am for everybody needs to know. This I start with distilled water because I want nothing but two inches in one oh to begin with and that's my blank canvas. But I don't keep it blank. I don't drink it as distilled water. I add things to it. And one of the things that I add is a product called cell power. I've done it for I guess ten years. I don't know, however, long we've known each other bird, and I had by the way, my whole family. Does it? I love waking up and my wife is over there. And she's got her little drops out and every single solitary glass of water. She put some positive power nutrition product in it and sell power is kind of like the anchor. Could you give people an over? View who have never heard you. Because of my stupid not having you on a year. Could you give people an overview of what cell power is? And why they should be taking it every day. Yes. Yeah. The the basics about it is just like you said Kyle is that it's an easy to take easy to. Consume. You put the drops. It comes in a little squeeze bottle. There's the one ounce sell power, you know, which is very very small for travel, and then there's the two ounce value size, and you just shake up the bottle, then take off the.

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"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:39 min | 3 years ago

"doug kaufman" Discussed on KTOK

"One thousand K T. Okay. You like that sweet home. Alabama song you're going to love our next guest all the way from Alabama this guy that I discovered a few years ago. Now, let me just tell you this as you guys know, this is a health show part of its physical health part of its emotional health part of it spiritual health all of these things to come together with my next guest. It's interesting because I'm just talking to you. I'm christian. Okay. You guys and in the world of natural health. It's hard to find people of any stature who are who are believers out there. I know there's more than I realized, but Jordan Rubin. Doug Kaufman there there are others. But it's not like, it's overwhelmingly a Christian friendly environment. And then suddenly I found this guy a few years ago who is a natural health guy. He has advanced degrees in alternative medicine. He's a detox drug counselor specialist. He is a trainer for the national acupuncture detoxification association. But he also, and this is the fun part. He also has a doctorate in theology in human behavior and other things. He's written a ton of books you need to check out his website. At impact ministries will tell you all about it. I need to introduce you to Dr Jim Richards. Dr Richards, welcome to super health. Hey, man is so good be here with you. And you know, what I love? Helping people get healthy physically as much as I do emotionally spiritually because it's a it's a it's a one part package and people that are not healthy will never live their dreams. I have discovered so much of the time doc that when we are not right on the inside a lot of times, the the symptoms that we feel on the outside are sort of a direct reflection of some dis ease going on on the inside. And I know you look at the full person, the whole human body soul spirit, the heart and all the rest. Have you found that to be an easy or a hard concept to communicate to Americans that the symptoms? They're feeling on the outside or sometimes directly related to what's going on on the inside. Well, fortunately, we actually have science to back that up. One of the things that I in my approach to to practicing medicine. Was you know, we had we had a we had a a counseling program substance abuse program and a general health clinic, and mini tasks and people would come to be for counseling. Based on based on my intake information. And while I was able to discover I was okay. Well, I will council you only after you agree to do two weeks of treatment in our clinic. And of course, they would always they're always like, no, I didn't come to you for health problems. That's all I know you didn't. But but you're going to discover a link between your between your physical health your emotional health. And what happens to your spiritually so give you the quick rundown on it. We know from the bible as well. As from a years and years and years of research that every organ system in the body actually is linked to and affects our thoughts and emotions and a very specific way. For example, you know, we've done experiments in prisons gonna going into prisons, and and and then treatments substance abuse treatment, substance abuse treatment, greatly greatly greatly point towards treating liver problems. Now, what's interesting about that the bible talks about the liver and the Old Testament being part of the sacrifice. That had to be included and the altar, and and the kidneys, which is all has very specific emotional factors involved, but anyhow with liver anytime, a person has a constant propensity toward anger frustration. Feelings of stress always always never some of the time. Always got a liberal problem. Wow. And we would go into a prison and. Give people these treatments and those treatments were designed specifically to affect their their liver as well as as well as their heart a couple of other organs, but because we would affect the liver. Even if they no matter what happened the violence, and whatever Selbach we were working with dissipate. Sometimes my fifty percent my goodness MacOS. Suddenly these people were not just walking around inwardly filled with rage and anger that was looking to bubble over. So. It'll in working with people to live their dreams. And man, I could give story after story after story after search, for example woman comes in and a or comes in for Castellina center to the clinic and she an take on her. Discover a liver problem and I start talking about. Okay. What's going on? What did you come in counseling for she coming in? Because I'm always angry always take it out on my kids. And so I said, okay before we get into counseling part of this. We're gonna we're gonna jump into the the physiological part of it. So treat her liver and in the second week, she came in one day just smiling from ear, and she said, you are not going to believe what happened last night. She said last night I played with my kids. It is the first time in their last that I have played with them that did not end up in me having a violent explosion of anger. Goodness gracious. It's extraordinary the link that that you found, and I know that for years and years and years in the natural health world and years and years and years in the theological world making that connection has probably come more natural to you. Then it has for people who have only lived in one world or the other. And I think that that's what makes your ministry unique because it really is the whole person it's impact ministries, and if you guys want to look it up, it's impact ministries dot com. You can sign up for newsletter. You can sign up for each week. He does a message. He you're doing one right now on resolutions. And with only about two and a half minutes left in this segment. I guess every year we see the same pattern. Lots and lots of people make resolutions and lots and lots of people by this time of the year are already done even trying you have an opinion about why resolutions tend to fail so universally with only about two minutes left in this segment. Well, let me as a resolution technically is a form of repentance because the work all the word repent, really means is to have a change of mind. Right. Right. And so what's interesting is the bible lays out a very clear easy to follow process. When we make decisions there is there is a process of. You know that involves played obviously, there's a process where we influence our heart that we see those decisions crew. And so the problem is we have a desire, and it may be a God thing may just be a natural thing. We've make the right decision. But we very seldom do people know God's process for how to spirit's real empowerment. So that that decision could come to pass. It's interesting that you say that because again, especially in the world of natural health. You know, this is well as anybody everything about willpower self effort, try harder, you know, and it's very much an outside in process. What's what it sounds like to me is that your process that you are explaining which biblical process is an inside out process is that overstating it or is that about right? And we only have about forty five seconds left..

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