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"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

Sandy K Nutrition

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

"You don't love you. Don't act it so look at you. I mean you would never think that so. Okay let's get back to this. Oh come on your wait a minute. I'll fix it up here. Okay okay so me and my fellow old people. I in two months be seventy five now. Okay so in that group of people. It was a six year study. Of course because you know the age of the people and so forth so in the control group here almost eighty two percent of these people died. Eighty one point eight again using. Just the pie. Neil peptide okay. It dropped it to forty eight forty six percent forty five point eight percent. I mean dog gone. Oh i gotta stop holding it down. Okay i get over excited about this stuff because it applies to me as well and all my loved ones and peanut our little puggle dog and so forth on peptides peptide dot gal k so so forty five percent On the one peptide reduction from eighty to then they had added for six years. They added a second peptide. And that's the thymus or immune peptide immune system peptide. They dropped the those people that were taking the two peptides. Their mortality rate dropped to thirty three percent so from eighty two percent to thirty three percent in this old people category that was the incredible reduction in mortality and the reason that had happened was they got telomere lengthening. They also without knowing it at the time got dna menthylatim modification but most importantly they got organ regeneration. That's what the peptides were doing. Just with those two peptides so the exciting thing it is that today we have twenty three of these peptides and in the clinical studies. We're using most of those for most people would say the average person is probably using over a course of a year. they're using at least nineteen or twenty of the various peptides. because there's peptides for the heart. The liver kidney pancreas the retina muscles cartlidge renewal and so forth. Now here's the the really amazing part of this in. Go back up here.

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"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Pleasant drive in the country. That's a pleasant torpedo or rancho bernardo. Right now fifteen southbound a few accidents let you know about the i just after auto parkway this is blocking the carpet and the two right lanes. Traffic is stopping the seventy eight then. Unfortunately a little bit Further south on the fifteen after an accident being cleared before rancho bernardo road. Traffic is heavy. Right there from fella. Sita five southbound. An accident is blocking the off ramp. I'm sorry Right shoulder beat on ramp at nisshin avenue. And then on. The five southbound the offering walk at cesar chavez parkway this traffic report is sponsored by zerorez carpet services upholstery cleaners. Get three rooms of carpet cleaned for just one hundred thirty five dollars and a fourth room clean free. During the summer special ending soon zerorez carpet service and upholstery cleaners visit zero san diego dot com for details online today. That's zero san diego dot com. But here's my friend lori on the show hi lori. How you doing hi. Hey dave so. We got talk about food here. Because every family has a gross concoction a recipe that seems to be unique to their family. And we like to share. Everyone's home culture. And if yours is the grossest laurie. You're going to go for one i stay. The kona kai resort and spa which is newly transformed and handed. And you're welcomed to laidback luxury. You can relax in our guest guestrooms or at the signature. Spa enjoy nightly bonfires on a private beach or lounge by the pool. Go to kona kai dot com down splendor. What is your off. yes you deserve it. Tell me about this growth food. You had eaten your family. Well my mother used to make worst tuna casserole. Ever i it itself fishy and it's got a weird texture to it. Then you add the mushroom soup wet. Ps and top it off. She never used like potato chips. She always used those Crispy onions and that by the time it got on your plate that onions would be off dewey and mushy and so the whole meal would have the most horrible texture do it. Emily and i are big fans of good texter. We don't like bad texture. It just doesn't melt in your mouth. That sounds awful. Anybody want that. Anyone would want to try that. No no no. No no takers right. It looks like you're on the list. All right thank you very much. thank you dear. see later. All righty charlie. You're on the kgb. What's going on charlotte. Best friend to no question about it. What's the worst okay. My dad was from scotland and my mom used to make this haggarty. You know my dad is from salem. They don't like any good height. There's nothing nothing good. Nothing good scott's good whiskey and that's it so so you know they. She thought you know she's gonna dress her up. So i was going fishing our time working on boats and stuff and he said charlie. Bring home some anchovies. I wanna smash him up and put them in. The haggas saw that was cyril completing. Watch with a little. Bit of catch-up saver work. But the worst part about it is that after about a year making it actually had a heart attack and died while eating it. That's pretty bad. i understand. it's okay it's kind of an indication that it's bad food die while eating it the corner gonna take note of that so bad. They died while they're eating. Even though they put address it up a fellows taken that one zero or stain with meat salad so far dressed it up with ketchup though boy's going to pass there isn't enough ketchup. Hi dan good morning dave. Love your show. I love your stand. Tell me your eddie land brains. What is this specifically about lamb brains. You know why not cow brains or brains. Why lamb's brains. Well we used to have big. Gatherings the net rosen lamb and they would use the olympic. Dave the whole lamb goofed off. Anybody ever had any kind of brains at all any brains. I've had no rain and no brain eaters. Anybody any brains. I've not i've not consumed. I'm not an oregon fan and hung out with brain eaters. But what kind who. i believe. It was a cow taco. Oh couldn't they offered by. I couldn't bring my taco a waste of a good. Shell isn't it it's your. Are there anybody here. A fan of the organs but how anybody oregon's longs kidneys guts. Doom brains livers kidneys pancreases. Things like that. My husband. I got to i one time i was. Oh this is so good this dip. We were staying at some fancy place and they had this dip out every day and it was. Oh it was good. yeah. I'm guilty and tried but no go back the owners and i liked. It is because. I didn't know what it was now. But now you do when you can't write pretty much pretty much. Yeah any says. My grandmother makes jello with carrots and raisins in it topped with matinees and equal sprinkles of equal focus jealous. Now no one of these. You know what i do. Yeah you gotta pick one pick the worst one you got to pick the worst one but you also pick pick one that you would eat and if you don't pick one you have to eat them all you got to pick it before we move on because once we move on it's not available anymore. Forget about brains. You don't get your tell us this at the beginning pick the tuna casserole or wants the jello or is taking the gel okay. Christopher says pigskin hang on. I'm not even close to being done foot pigskin on a huge crunchy crust with mayonnaise. Tomatoes lettuce avocado and hot sauce..

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"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Outbreak and on the tracks My bladder became overactive, nocturnal and I still after two years suffer from that was in five days. What a a virus. That's breaking out on your face and on the nerves that go to your face. I mean, it's sitting there. How does that connect to the bladder Nerves, which is about The cause and effect of the shingles of can't affect your nerves. They say. I know that but it has to be the nerves where the shingle the virus is sitting. It will be hard to understand how that virus when it's sitting on the facial nerve. Um, can just crawl back and go all the way down and just affect the nerve to the bladder. You could have something happening your low back that may not be symptomatic. You may not have symptoms of a low back issue, but she may have a disc issue. You may have some nerve interruption of disruption at the level of the back. That's You know, affecting your bladder? You know the lumber Lamar secret letters. Nerve conduction tests back. Yes. Supposedly I have a herniated disk. Well, the eight herniated discs are definitely if they're down there. They're definitely correlating with the bladder problem because you know your brain. As his big, fat nerve that runs down, you know, on the inside of your vertebrae. And it branches off to nerve roots and the nerve roots go underneath the vertebrae and out. So if you have herniated disc and your low back or lumber secret area as those bones get closer together because the disk is not As thick is it Woz and I tell people to think of the disk like a hockey puck with a marble in the middle of it. If that marvelous kind of moving back and forth. It's a degenerating disc or bulging disk. If it's stuck at the edge of the hockey puck and won't go back. That's a herniated disc that can hit the nerve and affect any of the Areas of skin, muscle or organ that that nerve goes to left side or right side. So those nerve roots branch out and they go to your skin, your muscles and your organs. There's probably from your low back. Yes, but unfortunately that the acid when we got the shingles, and I was on Valtrex, that's when the whole process the overactive bladder began. But that still coincides with your low back causing your bladder problem because I don't see a way that a virus that's only staying on your nerve in your face and breaking out on your face with just with jumping over every other nerve. Just go down to your bladder. The doctors have to look at your low back for your bladder connection. And is there any themselves that could be done for the cell therapy without any area of damage or general degeneration and make brand new cells as we spoken about? You know, we've seen people that have m s Parkinson's outs. Harmer stroke, diabetes, liver, kidney heart failure. You could look you know, visual issues, macular degeneration, So I think if you're do stem cells, and you did intravenous that can get to any organ of your body. And variously, you know terribly When people have intravenous done, they have areas of improvement beyond what we were looking for. Initially, like the diabetic who's got great vision, color vision comes back so Athletic, the videos the website to see that Okay. Last question. Do you have any colleagues in New Jersey that you could refer to? I don't know anybody who's fellowship certified in New Jersey. I don't know any doctors in New Jersey doing stem. I'm sure there's some. I just don't I don't know of any Doctors don't know, Go to every or learn about other doctors in every state. Normally, doctors don't even When you go to conferences, they're mostly mostly local conferences. But stem cells is such a rare Specialty that, you know, we don't know the doctors. They're doing it. I'm sure there's some. I just don't know whether they're trying to do umbilical, which is not kosher or some of them that have done fat, which is no longer You know approved, so I don't know. Thank you so much for your cold. Okay, Phone lines are open. If you'd like to call and ask a question you could do so now. 1 808 for eight W A. B. C. 108 for 89222. And we'll get you up in the air and we'll chat. Appreciate your phone calls all these different great topics. This is what I called Juicy. It's nitty gritty is great stuff. Let's go to Joe in Staten Island. How are you? Hi. Can you hear me? Yes, sir. Yes. My name is Joe. I happened to have an unfortunate accident over the summer at work. I throw off a telephone pole and I broke my right leg basically acted as a shocked observer. Also over bones broke and a bit of my ankle smashed up. And I'm at the point Now where my doctors tell me the bones aren't you know, healing as what they would expect it to be on. I have a friend who listens to your show. He tells me you know the listen in tonight and calling which I am doing, Um what he's thinking. He's for every he likes the stem cell bit. But what do you suggest for something like that? We've had a lot of patients over the years that don't heal well, whether it's the skin. Ulceration on their leg or fracture or bone break or any number of things. So healing is based upon different things. The simplest beginning of the conversation healing depends upon vitamins, minerals and hormones. Your bones require calcium boron. A lot of vitamin D On and all the other minerals and nutrients to really be able to do their job that you might have done better, you know, is a 10 or 15 or 20 years. Younger person. So your thyroid hormone testosterone is very important for Bo's idea, if one the active component of growth hormone important for growth and healing, so that being said those were easy to test for in the blood. And correcting those makes sense. No matter what you are going through. When you want to maximize your potential to create repair. That's what stem cells do and whether you talk about a joint Ligament tendon cartilage, Whether you talk about organs, heart, lungs, liver, kidney, pancreas brain, You can see evidence of that with the videos on my website of people that have had much more severe problems that have had great results. And also articles over many years that have documented that so there are clearly millions of studies on stem cell therapy that go back for decades and decades. That being said If you have something that's not the video on my website. It's not as though it's only a limited number of things that we're showing it because you know we've treated people and people have opted to wannabe On the website to show the world how they're doing. But this is just proof that stem cell were therapy works for all of your tissues and for a wide range of different disorders. I think that correcting your vitamins, minerals and hormones. And then utilizing stem cell therapy intravenously will be an excellent way and would cover every area of your healing mechanism so that you have better healing ability. So that's my long winded answer. Okay? I'm sorry. Um, I was listening. But you know most of that stuff. It sounds like this supplements and a lot of people believe. Supplements really don't work well, because they're not testing people, putting them on supplements and retest him. Probably 90% of people talking about supplements have no idea what they're talking about. They've never done a test roll their vitamins or their generals. They're taking random stuff that if they bought in a health food store somebody told him about. I've seen people for 32 years. They think they know what they're doing with vitamins when we get the blood test back. Their vitamin levels are low because they've never tested. So supplements have a place, but they're not gonna make you Superman. They are good for your immune response. They decrease the risk of heart disease of cancer. They lower homocysteine. They're good from brain function, etcetera. They're not gonna make 18 again. But Putting brand new cells into your bloodstream to go wherever you have damaging degeneration is what stem cells do so That's why they create a far greater response of healing. Repair than anything that has ever come across in health and medicine. So that's why we do the blood test to look at all those things correct everything we can and use the options himself Therapy. Yeah, I'm 58 years old. But I thought stem cells is insurances. Don't Insurance companies to cover it unless it's for cancer. As I mentioned moments ago when they cover a cancer procedure called a bone marrow transplant..

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"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"It pushes it outside of cells of its intracellular and not being seen by your immune system. And then you get your positive test that we do vitamin IV's etcetera for a lot of people of P. M. R. Another disorders that are inflammatory, including Lupus and rheumatoid. We do stem cell therapy because stem cell therapy one of its great characteristics is a shutdown Inflammatory cascade and there's a great deal of information on Lupus and rheumatoid. So if I already get on the computer and look at PM or in stem cells, I'm sure and I think I have in the past. Based upon callers, You'll see therapy that your own cells can repair damage to your own body. And if he 70 His heart, lung, liver, kidney, pancreas brain, You know, the organs are not what they used to be. So it's a brilliant idea having medical issues or not to get new cells it so They put him on steroids. But the story have side effects, I guess. Yeah, The easy thing to do is to put a stereo on board to try toe create. Decreasing inflammation, but it's kind of like putting a blanket over something. And then the problem gets worse. And you can't be on steroids. 24 7, Right. Okay. The longer on steroids, the more side effects thinning of the skin atrophy, you know. Austria processing Center. Yeah, you know, Okay, Doctor, Thank you very much. I'll communicate this to him, and I can't even go on your Web site. Absolutely. Dr Cal dot net. All right. Thank you again, Doctor for being there and appreciated. Have my pleasure, sir. Have a great day. Yes. Happy holidays as well. Thank you, but by phone lines are open 1 808 for eight W A B c 1 808 for 89222. Let's go to Brian in Bridgeport. How are you? Dr Clay to talk to you. I called in late Thea other day and I couldn't really talk.

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"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Diseases with wonderful outcomes on the website, Dr Cal dot net Problem is is some people they realize that they're exposed to something or that they're not doing well and they don't get to the doctor early enough. Most elusive is eat normal food when he was home and said that your throat has a tendency to close up on you. When you had Parkinson's disease. That's why they've given in blended foods. A ll the nerves from your brain going to every part of your body could be affected. That's why you have a tremor, hand writing blank facial expression, difficulty, you know, walking and taking steps. Difficulty with balance difficulty with, you know, gut. But you could look at again. Direct information on Parkinson's and how we work with that. On the website Dr Cal dot net You can see a video of a husband and a wife. They're both pharmacists. The husband has Parkinson's and he's doing brilliantly is out of a wheelchair. But you can't ignore and just let things keep going cause otherwise they go down fast. Even People that take medications for Parkinson's Alzheimer's M s stroke Those people Congar down quickly, because with age you're losing cells from all of your organs, so they don't have that capacity to create repair. So that will be the most important for Steptoe. Learn about your body, correct vitamins, minerals hormones and consider doing the stem cell. Thank you so much for your call. Let's go to our next caller is Jack in Pennsylvania. How are you? Good morning, Dr Caliph and thank you for your program. A friend of mine. His wife is experiencing dementia. And I wonder if you could just discuss briefly how stem cell therapy can be helpful. In a drug thing. It's the same. It's the same discussion for any organ. So if we're talking about diabetes a moment ago, or Parkinson's Your stem cells from your body obviously have the same language as all your other cells. Someone else's stem cells do not so because you know other stem cells. Are not specific to your body. We won't mention them the fact that they're not legal anyway. So we take your stem cells from your body from the bone marrow. And we sterilize the skin numb the skin lady anesthetic on the post cheerier crest Every Liam, you know your belt sits on the side. Of your waist. I know your hip socket is down below that. But if you follow that crest from where your belts it's towards the back. There's a fat bump there. That's the area we go to, because it's easier to get two. We do the procedure within amount of minute in a minute and a half. We extract the bone marrow spin it So you're separating the red blood cells on the top the plasma and then the stem cells at the bottom. So stem cells are extracted. And if it's a bad joint, injected, join if it's lot organs, heart, lungs, liver, kidney, pancreas, etcetera, diabetes, Lupus, rheumatoid, You do ivy. But for people that have brain related issues, we do the intravenous. Let me take a second dose. We have a person breathing nebulizer missed to clear the nasal passage. Just lay them down on their back and then drip the stem cells. Into their nostril. So that it hits the back of the nasal cavity and gets directly into the brain. So that's the protocol for M S. Parkinson's Alzheimer's stroke. So now those cells their only job is to migrate to her damages and to turn into become brand new brain cells that do what that type of cell has always done. So you're making morning or transmitters? You're shutting down and inflammatory mechanism and you're putting new cells into an organ that has lots of old cells in an organ that is shrinking because of age. So that's why medical research over many, many years. Describes how stem cell works for all of these different scenarios. Event significant success in treating dementia. What bit of course. It wouldn't be continued treatment if it didn't work. But remember, it's the only thing that puts new cells into your damaged organs. There's no drug that gives you new cells. There's no drug that Will create, you know new neurotransmitters from the new cells that are being made. So you have to understand what stem cells do if we put him into your knee, though, grow new ligament, tendon, cartilage, connective tissue. Intravenous Delgaudio organs, heart, lungs, liver, kidney, pancreas gut. If you look at the videos on my website, you'll see people with the really bad disorders that have done one stem cell treatment. And what their outcome has become over the course of a couple of months. Thank you that most people would never expect. Great. Thank you so much. Thank you for your call. If you'd like a little further information certainly could contact the office 5167940 for zero for Not only are there millions of studies on stem cell therapy if you look at scholar Google There are videos on the Web site and certainly videos elsewhere of patients with Wonderful results. Stem cell therapy has been around for a very long time. Not a new thing. The initial doctor who called it a stem so Was Dr Hagen and he was back its 100 plus years ago. Okay from lines are open. If you'd like to call in. Do so now. 1 808 for eight w A b c 1 808 for 8 92 2. This is a live program Also tomorrow 7 to 8. PM The Sunday show, so We'd love to see there is well, let's go to Carol in New York City. Hi. How are you? Hi, following you're quite a treasure. Thank you for being there. Um, I have a swelling on one leg between the ankle and under the calf. In the CAF and the only it's just on one leg only left and the only thing that has happened to that leg yes. Last 12 years is a hip replacement. So my cardiologists is not worried about a talks about some leakage of some sort. What is your understanding? Depends so Typically when legs swell, it means gravity's holding fluid down to that area. In some cases as you get older, and your heart is not contracting his firm. As strongly as it was in years past, it can't get the fluid down two legs and back up as quickly. When you look at your leg, Can you press your thumb into your skin? And it leaves a dent? No, I don't think there's any water Is that which you mean water Because you want to see whether or not you have you know Peter Levy, Emma or fluid there? I don't believe so..

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"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Extremely important. For those who have A decreased ability to make insulin. Or not making much insulin. Then the mechanism to help without a stem cell therapy Because then we take yourselves from your body. Spend them. Separate them put them right into the vein. They can go to your heart, lungs, liver, kidney pancreas. Easier for Lupus and rheumatoid as well. Diabetes, so Your cells have the greatest capacity of repair. For areas of your body that have damaged degeneration. And of course, you could see proof of this by looking at the videos on the Web site. Traumatic brain injury. Macular generation mess. Also colitis, COPD. Diabetes, Alzheimer's dropped foot stroke, Parkinson's. A love the joint injuries and disorders. So the list of great information goes on and on. The reality is That We want to maximize your body's ability to maintain its health. In conversations that I seem to have every day. We're looking to bring your hormone levels back to where you were 10 or 15 years ago. And we're looking to get your vitamins to where they were 10, 15 or 20 years ago. Because every lab range decreases What it's expected to show as you get older. If you're 70 you don't wantto have the hormones that have declined down to a 70 year old person's age. You wanna have them to a prior age so you could get those functions. Back. The same with vitamins the same with doing some activity and exercise. So the activity is really one of the most important part of the picture once you correct The biochemistry. Once again phone lines. Rope in 1 808 for eight w A B c 1 808 for 89222. And we'll get you right up on the year. This is a live program today, so we'd love to chat with you and as well. On Sunday. The program is 7 to 8 P.m.. You have been pushed back for an hour because we love our new spot. We lover intro. Lydia Surana Histon a wonderful job with her program, and she's very gracious to give us Little leading, so we're appreciative for that. So, yes, you're Cole's will help a lot of people because You're giving the Impetus for other people to call and as well Other people have similar problems that you might have 108 for eight W A. B C 108 for 89222. Calcium vitamin D in bone health and Children. Children need lots of nutrients because they're rapidly growing and metabolically active. Individuals, so testing vitamins and minerals for Children makes a great deal of stents. Important to make sure that vitamin D and calcium or there because that's important for bones for a new response. So We see Children from 10 years and up. And typically when parents come in, and the Children come in with him, and the parents go through what they're doing, the Children become interested in understanding the same mechanism. Because they want to eat right and do all the activity envious. Healthiest is possible. High performance supplementation with antioxidants. I seem to control antitoxin status in Type two diabetes. You know, there's a lot that's simply said if you do a lot of exercise, your body's gonna burn sugar and fat. If you keep the carbs down local I see Mick Foods, your body will burn to the sugar in no time and then burn the fat. Far more accurately. Antioxidants will protect your tissues from free radical damage. And as we talk about Type two diabetes Yes. You want to have fibre? Yes. Multi Vitamin. Yes. You want vitamin D and all the nutrients calcium, etcetera. But to be able to create Significant change in the diabetes. You want to change the fact the pancreas cannot make the insulin Thank you giving your body Insulin cells by putting stem cells into play. And those stem cells will go into your vein and go to every organ where there's damage in degeneration and make brand new cells that are functioning cells of the organ they turn into they differentiate into That's why, with our type two diabetics Within 2 to 4 or five months. The combined protocol that I do. Between the peripheral low carb exercise correcting vitamins, minerals and hormones and the stem cell. We see that those individuals are non diabetic. Within roughly that period of time. Okay. Phone lines are open. If you'd like to call in do so Now. This is a live program. Let's go next to George in Stanford. How are you? Yes. Run. You administer testosterone. What method you use to use pills do use a cream. Well,.

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"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"It's not true. You're not changing in any way. You're just getting more of them out. So there is the battle going back and forth about fatso. We haven't done fat in years. It's only bone marrow. And the duration of this particular procedure is generally how effective is it For? How long? Well, that varies. I mean, how much damage does a person have? So the one thing that nobody can tell you is within your heart, lung liver, kidney pancreas got anywhere joint How many cells do you have their damaged? Is it a million? Is it a billion is a trillion. There's no way to know that so typically when you're doing joints We have patients that most of them will respond within either a week or a couple of weeks and start to see less pain. They could walk a little further walk up and down stairs. So that's relatively consistent for starting to see the improvement. Some people in two or three months or doing great other people could take six months or eight months, Tio Have that joint repaired so much so that they can do all their daily activities and ride their bike, etcetera. For someone after a year. I'm sorry. Do you crumble after a year? We did not all the cells continue to do so with someone that's not an organ this damage like liver, kidney heart brain. It can take longer to get to that result. Where you say, Wow, I've had, you know 70 80 90% improvement as you might expect. You're talking about trillions of cells. Your body has 100. Trillion Each organ may have a trillion, so I can't guess is too who has this number of cell damage and who has that number of cell damage, But typically those cells divide. Divide divide continue to divide. That's very encouraging. Thank you. Sure, look at the videos on the Web site. Look at the articles of the website because you'll see a lot of good information is probably easier for you to scroll to the articles that I already have the website about stem because to look at Search engine names and titles. You know, autologous bone marrow stem cell therapy for M s bone marrow stem felt still therapy for M S S. M s stem cell therapy. Oh, autologous bone marrow stem cell therapy for a try Tous Parkinson's Lupus room, you know. Inside. I've done a lot of that for you already, so you can just scroll through them. And the videos. We're late, so Thank you for your card. Yes. Thank you So much for your call. Look forward to seeing you. The phone number to the office in Garden City is 5167940404. And the number here to call. 108 for eight W A B c 108 for 89222. And we're getting calls upon the air. As I've mentioned a while back. This may be new to some of you there listening. I started a stem cell foundation, too. Treat. Wounded veterans of all the armed forces. Army, Navy Air Force Marines, Coast Guard wounded police and wondered Fireman. So it's the Caliphate Family Stem Cell Foundation just Getting everything together working with Cem. Individuals in different areas of government. So I know this sort of thing takes a great deal of time to create. But we're you know, looking forward to be able to get this thing up and running to get it funded. Because I want to be able to raise funds to do those treatments on these wounded, you know, gentlemen and women For free, so I don't know how long it takes because I've never done anything specific to raising funds and money before. But we're working on it pretty diligently. I've got to give thanks to our good friend of mine, Robert On DH two Marcos because he and I have been working week to week. To try to get the word out, so we'll keep some updates. Going along as As time passes and wearable tto give you information about How we're doing with it, but a n'importe project. Once again phone lines are open. If you'd like to call him to ask a question you could do so now. 108 for eight w A B C one Hell of a fright 9 to 2 to let's go to Gordon, our friend Gordon. How are you? Yes. Yes, Doctor. Welcome to your new time. Yes, It's a nice new, comfy time slot, and I'm glad you were able to bounce back after that Tough Yankee more cup today. Yeah. I was telling my friends the other day and my nephew because we're you know, big Yankee fans, and at one point I said to my friends, I think I control the Yankees. Win or not, because if I watch They don't do Well, if I don't watch, then you know, standing hits a home run, You know, for five games in a row, everybody and I would miss some part of the game and I'd wake up the next day and they won. But it kills me that they could get 10 or 11 runs when they don't need it. But you need one run. You need one hit with, you know men on 1st and 2nd are loaded bases. They can't do it. It kills me. So it was weird throughout the whole season with no stands in the stands. Unbelievable. It's Yeah, it's just the craziest thing to watch. You know any of your favorite games or sports with no one there, and I'm sure the ballplayers are You know a little bit off about it, too, because you know they want to hear the cheering or the applause and that that electric sensation I've been in games were, Of course, the Yankees have won the electricity. There is outrageous. It's phenomenal is spectacular. You look so well next season. Uh, well, in my case, Excuse me. For many years, I've had a high post, right? That's probably due to a higher than average thyroid function. And I thought that over time my thyroid function would dropped a healthier level. Now you hyper thyroid is your thyroid very high. Not very high. I saw an endocrinologist many years ago. So many years ago there, I got most of what he said. But he didn't prescribe any medical treatment. You said that maybe it maybe it was borderline high. Hyperthyroidism at the time. You have a borderline shouldn't make your heart rate. That fast. How fast is your heart rate? We'll even the latest time was tested. Even resting. It was close to 90 minutes a little bit high. I mean, maybe a little behind in your magnesium, potassium. You know, red blood cell levels. Take a look at that calcium. You know, we always look at nutrients you know, far and hormones for appropriate. You know where I was wonder on glad you mentioned nutrients, but I was wondering if I had heard That the only way to reduce our world functions to a healthier level would be to destroy the grand altogether. No, I mean, you have to have a crazy Farid number. Or thyroid numbers. T three anti for maybe have crazy third antibodies, so no That wouldn't be done unless you're far was really out of control..

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05:52 min | 2 years ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Runts? But when they need a run, they've got a guy on first base or second or third or loaded bases. And they can't get the guy to come around. Trust me Crazy. So that's why sometimes I switch channels. Teo, get away from all the aggravation. Okay, Phone lines are open. If you'd like to call and ask a question you could do so now. 1 808 for eight W A B c website Dr Cal dot net. And let's go next to Frank in Queens. How are you? Hi, Dr Cal Pay a serving of that stem cell therapy was good for somebody with Parkinson's. Yes, of course. And I, uh, also, we need to know replacements on, uh He's crying back pain and professor issues. So if you could kind of run down a well, yes oh, the mechanism for Parkinson's is that the dark part of your brain called a substantial maigret that makes dopamine Responsible for the production. Dopamine has been damaged, typically by heavy metals, and you see a ton of research on that. And you can't make the dopamine and have normal fluid movement and function. So when you do stem cells, intravenous and nasal, you're getting two doses, one intravenous and one through The nasal approach where we're dripping it to the back of your nasal cavity, getting it directly into your brain. So if you want to take a look at patients that have these disorders and certainly for Parkinson's and M s and Alzheimer's and stroke, the Parkinson's video is the third video down on the right column on my website. Dramatic result with a gentleman who was in a wheelchair for years and out of a wheelchair within about a month. And the patient. First VIDEO. THIRD column M s patient THIE fourth VIDEO. THIRD column Another M s patients stroke patient third video in the Centre column. So the literature is their videos in there, of course for my patients. But there's a great deal Literature on this. What would be better for your damaged an aging cells where you're losing cellular numbers every year and more. So when you have Edit on disorders or maybe heavy metal damage to your tissues while we better than to put a grill billions of brand new cells in that become that tissue, brain, heart, lungs, liver, kidney, pancreas, etcetera. So that would be ideal. Same holds true for damaging the knees. There are videos of the website and articles about people have arthritis of the knees and tears of meniscus and cartilage. Get great. Benefit. So, Yeah, I want to live the website and see the The info there. Okay. I have one of the question, doctor. Ah, Are you familiar with a Dr Spiel, MD that does the No. I know who that is. Okay. Thank you already. Thank you for the call. OK, Phone lines are open. If you'd like to call in do so now This is live programme. Of course. 108 for eight W A. B. C. Our next caller is Mike from Long Island. How are you? I don't doctor have a question for you. If your diabetes is completely out of control, um, can you do the stem cells Self course. You can sew. Good. Right now. I had a D D problem has been like that now for a little over a year, and that's how bad my diabetes gotten uses stem for that, too, By the way, but I'll get I'll get to that in a minute. Okay. And another thing I had pain in my feet back and forth backwards. It just comes out of nowhere. All right, so they put me on the Medicaid. I can't think of the name but I know when I hear it, So I guess my body gets so used to it. You have neuropathy. I think they said something like that by using Gather Penton. Yeah, that's one medical. Let's talk about diabetes for second cause I want you to understand the significance of what you have. Over the years. Your body has probably been making a lot of insulin to lower your sugar for meeting a lot of car. A lot of people have that. So that's a very common thread. You may have outside things coming into your body, heavy metals from either foods or deodorant. Aluminum foil, etcetera, and that damages organs as well on top of the normal aging that we have, where we loose new cells all the time, So your pancreas is the core of the problem. But peripherally A cell and separate from your pancreas. You probably need to cut your carbs down to 30 G a day. Do you exercise every day for a half hour 45 minutes nonstop indoor bike outdoor bike. Walking briskly, weight training. Anything you want to do? We have to correct a climbing hormones. Thyroid D h e, a testosterone. I g f one because they also burn sugars and fats nicely. And correct your vitamins. So the peripheral things I just mentioned and then using stem cells to give you billions of brand new cells that go into a simple ivy, get to your organs and your pay increase, of course, to set up shop and become brand new pancreatic cells that make insulin is the ultimate coverage of every part of your problem. That's why we have patients that are non diabetic from a stem cell Ivy After 2 to 4 months, you can see the videos on the Web site specific to that. Third column. Second video. Okay? Where's the other one here? THIRD column. See 123456 videos so you can look at all the videos. By the way, it'll blow you away. Okay. Question. Hadn't by how dowe I actually come to your office to be seen and all that. Most people come by car. But you can come by train or, you know, there are different ways. So you sit down with me on your first visit..

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07:33 min | 2 years ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Brother of mine had Have that experience and he was down at Cornell, and they offer him the stem cell procedure. But he turned it down. Big mistake, you know, turned down, so he's doing very well now, but I was wondering Two parts. How is how they do it with damsels and heart failure and improving heart muscle thie rejection factor. It's never too late, by the way, so what research over many years has described Is that when you extract your own stem cells Not umbilical, amniotic guard forbid aborted fetus. You take your own stem cells out, Spend them in a high speed centrifuge, and you put them intravenously. Stem cells will go to any area of damage Degeneration, set up shop and make brand new cells. So that of course, includes your heart. Your lungs, your liver, Your kidneys, your pancreas. Your gut wherever blood flow goes. Stem cells will go and repeatedly divide. Divide, divide, divide in the billions and billions to be able to create repair. We have lots of patients that are either diabetic. Or that have heart failure or have lung issues or kidney or liver issues. And when we do the work up, we find out that the echocardiogram shows that they're ejection Fraction is not great. And these people may have an ejection fraction of 30 35 40% 45%. We've seen a variety of different numbers and typically over the course of a couple of months. As we repeat that ejection fraction with the echocardiogram, or we're also looking at other hard factors. BNP which is the natural peptide approaching that leaks out of your heart. When it's week, collecting the marker of heart feeling when you look at a variety of markers, as we would test a person to see that their blood sugar's coming down for working with diabetes or their kidney functions are improving. You can see that they're ejection Fraction, and they're hard workers come up nicely. You've had people go to the fifties 55% from one stem cell ivy over the course of a couple of months, So the literature has been there for a very long time. So how come Cornell is not really Seems like I can't answer that in a variety of ways. Ah, very great, doctor that I know. Head of a great hospital when I explained everything to him when we were doing with stem he wanted me to do in his office, sir, and I'm not gonna name hospitals or names. He was thrilled to do it because he saw the results. You saw what we did with diabetics. When it came to it, and I even put his name on the paperwork to do this. The hospital interfered because they didn't want it to happen at that hospital. I think it's because the hospital is fed a massive amount of money from the pharmaceutical interests. Surgeons. They're doing me and other surgeries probably didn't want the word to get out that stem cells might be able to repair your name. You don't need surgery. Endocrinologist don't like the fact that A person can be diabetic and go to this procedure and become non diabetic. So everybody says, Why isn't this in every doctor's office in every corner? And there are a lot of reasons. There's mohr Political, um And I guess business financial stuff going on behind the scenes in medicine in traditional medicine than almost anything else, I think. So you're saying basically, you could do it intravenously, of course, And it's that you can show history where I've documented poverty so absolutely So doing intravenous themselves from your body from your bone marrow. We've seen evidence on improvement for brain with M s. Parkinson's Alzheimer's stroke, macular degeneration. Of course, people get their sense of smell back cause you're dripping it. You know, drop by drop into each nostril over about 10 minutes. We've seen results for heart. Lungs, liver, kidney, pancreas, you name Look at the videos on the Web site you'll see. One of those results. Yeah, but I'm just went wide. The case cardiologists when it was mentioned recently gave raise eyebrows and say, you know, it goes against his income. You could go on and look at this. Research yourself. Go to scholar dot Google. Or Google scholar. You know, there are literally millions of studies on stem cell therapy for every degenerate disease known to man. So The literature is there One file of faith. Don't think what about a seven or heart flutter? Does it help that? Yes, we have a lot of patients that we've treated that are diabetic, or they'd have a variety of different conditions where we do the stem cell Ivy. And for many of those patients, but also have a fib. You see the a fib repair and the have not returned. And we've put people on weeklong monitors. We've done all sorts of different things to evaluate the benefits of the stem, and we've seen that. So, yes, that's also possible. Well, OK, it was on my website. You'll never in a million years believe that people with some of these bad disorders can have such significant outcome. Traumatic brain injury Look at the videos, you'll be shocked. And there are 6000 articles on the Web site for you to look at. And you could scroll through those studies and look at all the different diseases where the research describes the benefit. Let me have the website again. Www dot DRC. El Dr cal dot net. Very good time. Great. Look forward to seeing you. Thank you for your call. Okay. Phone lines are open at the office. Of course we would take Cole. Get your message Playback first thing in the morning. 516794040 for his garden City. Plainview is 5164333232. 1 808 for a W A B C. Let's go Mark in Irvington, New Jersey. Yes, sir. Didn't like that question combination of the Play with rich with the stem going into anywhere. We're partial menace sector With that we generate cartilage. Both the meniscus seen tears, the meniscus and tears and ligaments, tendons, connective tissue cartilage. Repair with stem cells. NPR P No It's good that you bring up the combination because the only time you're getting a combination of stem cells with P R P Is if you're using your own bone marrow. Well, we did stem cells from fat years ago. You did not get P r p from fat, so we had to do a little add on blood draw. With a kid to get blood's been that in the high speed stem cell centrifuge to get Theoden Inal P R P. So with bone marrow, you're getting massive amounts of stem cells and PR Appear P doesn't even generally compare could bring back the partial meniscus that had been the new You're thinking of cutting off a lizard's tail in the whole tail Growing back? No. You're not going to grow back inches worth of tissue. That was there, however, overwhelmingly patients that have tears in their meniscus who've had meniscal surgery and have pain..

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"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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08:27 min | 2 years ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"It was absolutely beautiful had for your feet and I haven't seen my my teeth are then able to smile in nine years and it's it's really been a hard hard thing to accept I I used to model a long time ago okay so and I'm seventy one now but I can't even smile at my grandchildren and makes me very sad have you seen in the road just as he outlined everywhere I ended up long story short I had contends I had accu patch are going around just I went down to Johns Hopkins and I spoke to a micro surgeon thought maybe he could give the microsurgery on me yeah you have to back up a little bit my question was have you seen in a row just to have him track back where the nerve is affected you're not going to do microsurgery on your face or your skin to be able to correct what is further back in that nerves in your brain so line just doesn't go to your face and affect your muscles there it probably has affected your brain so there may be some if you were to do an MRI spect scan you know some evidence of effect on your brain which has followed that facial nerve you know creating that loss of tone we've seen patients that have no logic disorders including stroke that can't smile afterwards and for those we've done stem cell therapy where you're getting stem cells intravenously also through a nasal approach I need to see videos on the website specific to that where people have had brand new cells the stem cells become brain cells become heart lung liver kidney pancreas become nerve cells and have significant nerve repair in the brain so that the end result of that nerve as he travels to different parts of your body that function starts to be repaired and so it's not something just happening you know in your skin in those nerves it's happening likely in your brain and that's why the nerve pathway from your brain to your face has been affected I hate so the topical treatments that you've done wouldn't make any sense to do because it's not where the problem is what if somebody could give some nerve grafting but he did the call he told me the boy was at the barn and they would be so if you were to do an MRI of your brain or spec scan it says you have inflammation are some general process in your brain if you do some really unbearably expensive and potentially risky nerve grafting in your face and the problems in the brain you just spend a lot of time effort you know for nothing you have to understand the underlying cause so that's the first thing I'd recommend is having to memorize your brain done okay and the MRI you secondary test would be the spect scan to look at whether you have inflammation of vasculitis it cetera and then from there the only thing that would put new cells into your brain to get your brain to repair it to become new brain cells that would work like brand new brain cells of the stem cell if you look at the videos on my website doctor cal dot net there's an excellent video of a gentleman who had a stroke in twelve hours after the stroke the facial tightness and the spasm was going away he used to get botox injections into his neck because it was so tight me couldn't turn and when he went to see the neurologist for the botox he turned his head in the rods could figure out what was going on the neurologist was flabbergasted and called me thanks but Clinton what was done he had difficulty moving the song difficulty walking difficulty having you know just a normal flowing thought process another patient and that's the third video in the middle column another patient without Simonsson foot drop terrific results and you could see their patients tell their story MS and Parkinson's patients out of a wheelchair you know so this is been was supported by a lot of literature over many many years so repairing and making brand new cells is what you want to have happen to your brain so that the nervous and the cells in the nerves from your brain can communicate with your face after I'm on your website right now I know which video would that be I'm looking out at clear just mentioned that it's the middle column and the third video down okay stroke and the one next to it is a patient without summers in foot drop credit was able to run around chase after thought not a young man but he was able to the foot drop reversed he was able to function can also look at the third column I guess it's the one two three fourths video down look at the neurologic diseases Parkinson's MS and you'll see how disease is much worse than what you're going through have had dramatic improvement all what I said I didn't need an MRI of the brain and a sexy and scans yes the doctor do memorize your brain how you guys do it you know I haven't done more and we should have done where you are I'm sure your primary doctor can do that MRI of the brain first and depending upon what that says we may or may not need to do the spect scan and then there's also a great video to look at too first column on the left first video traumatic brain injury from a green beret yep yep okay so look at those things and certainly give us call the office would love to help you great thank you so much doctor thank you dear have a wonderful day five one six seven nine four zero four zero four okay the one eight hundred eight four A. W. A. B. C. call and now the way to the end the program let's go to John in Rutherford how are you doing dot great untuk I have a question Asia is it possible that stem cell therapy can help with severe knee damage or yes call the again yeah if you look at both videos on my website articles on my website stem cell therapy has been used extensively for joints and once we see an MRI and wear the wear and tear is typically using the stem directly into the joint can create significant repair and if you look at stem cell benefits on scholar dot Google you're talking about studies in the millions not just ten to twenty studies here there this is not something that just came along yesterday even the first research on stem cells as a hundred and fifty years ago when it was first coined a stem cell so yeah we use it for all the disorders that I mentioned before diabetes COPD MS Parkinson's stroke Alzheimer's so you can look at all the other website do you have an MRI if you need it at the yeah not rations like thirty five years ago and what they did was they took attended now they put it through that me and a couple screws but the other one is completely like I mean it's horrible I mean it when I get up in the morning and it it it clicks when I lift my knee up and I mean that we've seen a lot we've seen car accident you know injuries and such but when you do or don't have M. arise for both I have for the right enough of the left I would get a lefty MRI and certainly we want to be able to see exactly what we're dealing with and then we can give you better better idea but yes stem cells are the best mechanism of repair because the your cells and they keep dividing and dividing over a long time and they create brand new cells of that damage tissue right right now at that is far as time like after the procedures done how long like you see results everybody's different we've had Parkinson's patients tell us they got results within a day or two they had better vision and sense of smell and they were out of a wheelchair in a month we have MS patients similarly out of a wheelchair in a month we have diabetic patients for their blood sugars are declining over three to four weeks so the yourselves from your body no chemical no drug I know real risk is that your cells but you have to give your body a little time for it to create that repair so if you have a milder problem then it would repair faster but there's no day that I could guess as to what you would see in one right now that's why I pulled a video of the website I put the video is there so you can see people who are much worse you know have dramatic improvement yet not because the only reason I ask is because I mean I have all the issues I had shingles a few years ago I still have issues with my on my end and I will you want to get trimming system strong to be able to kill infection always I going forward but also stem cells can decrease the inflammatory cascade including lupus and rheumatoid so.

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Has a knee joint problem a damaged knee do they usually do some other therapy like you mentioned in the prior phone call P. R. P. and then do this themselves so they totally depends upon the damage it depends on how long it's been there so of course I like to examine a person but there's no doctor in the world who can see inside your knee so we really like am arise so the MRI is the ultimate test to tell us you know what your meniscus looks like front back medial lateral watcher interposed your crew shades for collateral ligaments look like so that gives us the entire picture of your knee you know sort of like when you go to the deli you know years back in your slicing meat on the Delhi it's taking slices that you could just turn and look at directly and get a phenomenal picture of what every component of your joint looks like so for some people that are very mild we might recommend P. R. P. but remember P. R. P. is not there more than a month it's a usable commodity so it can give its benefit like a foreman working on a job site if he's there and watching everybody you know they're going to get their work done because he's watching at the end of the day they handle you know look this is what I've got great okay go you know it's center so but they do not continue their replication or division they do not make offspring like stem cells do so stem cells have a very long progression of new cells being made from one cell on word but imagine two billion sells three billion cells onward so that's why that's the ultimate repair of any joint or any part of your body you know from your head down to your toes so for your brain your heart lungs liver kidney pancreas etcetera got got great videos on all the general source okay all right great thank you very much have a thank you for your.

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07:30 min | 2 years ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"How are you Burton all your problems you straight with your house thank you Sir and privileges mine your generous doctor caliphate yesterday you spoke about a patient who went into remission despite years of all sort of colitis yes themselves third yes in the past you were kind enough to consult regarding a friend of mine who has Crohn's disease given the similarities between the two decisions white children with problems expect some arrive publisher yes welcome hello typically we've seen patients that sort of how would I put a dance back and forth between different diagnoses so sometimes the initial diagnosis is so horrible about or you have reflux and then as the symptoms progress in certain meds don't work then they walk a little bit further towards either Crohn's or ulcerative colitis irritable bowel is you know the big category where you can have all sorts of different presentation but the reality is in some doctors will do endoscopy with biopsy etcetera it's an inflammatory mechanisms created by something sometimes we see that heavy metals related in many cases we see food allergy can cause inflammation the got that's one of the most common triggers are irritants also infection can play a role but stem cells are putting brand new cells into the area and shutting down the inflammatory cascade that's why can work so well and that's why this gentleman and you'll see via his video up on the website really soon he in forty eight hours had a dramatic change in the course of his illness you'll be able to hear him tell the story so because we've seen that work for lots of other degenerates shorter so I think that makes more sense than anything find the cause you know correct vitamins minerals hormones change the diet and allow your body to repair itself by using your own cells you win this particular narrative will be available I I think within this week this week we should have it up on the website and I'm I'm not a computer support but my friend is how he finds this doctor cal dot net W. W. W. dot D. R. C. A. L. dot net if I might pose a related question doctor Calgary sure vindicated that the body puts out a distress signal arch which stem cells respond yeah that's sort of the easy way for me to describe it I'm sure there's a lot of biochemistry involved but given of what that biochemistry consists why is it that it requires your fusionist themselves secure site why are they not automatic be attracted only to whatever the distress I did because obviously when we extract the bone marrow and we're getting two to three billion stem cells and we're putting them into play into the vein they're going to everywhere your blood flow carries you're getting a massive amount of stem cell as opposed to the hundreds of thousands that may leak out of some of your fat or your bone marrow in a normal fashion so it just by the numbers by volume of numbers and again this is been studied you know stem cells industry for over a hundred years but this process of extraction spinning and putting them back in within the half hour has been studied over and over and over again for so many of the you know chronic and degenerative source this is something that has a huge amount of research behind it it doesn't work bodies detection and delivery mechanism alone is not sufficient well your body can do we can do on based on its own and its daily basis but we're going well beyond that by taking the two to three billion cells in putting into play that's you know you put them into the joint that helps repair and grown you know repair joint issue intravenous is great for your organs heart lung liver kidney pancreas got intravenous and nebulizer for long intravenous and nasal post rain there's also research by the west M. cell therapy for people that have pulmonary fibrosis and when she might have heard of that that's one of the worst conditions of your loan which typically might require a lung transplant but there's also research popular stem cell therapy for respiratory distress syndrome which is what people that have corona virus developed because the virus is damaging the long so much creating inflammation and you're destroying cells that's why people become severe with that your lung inflammation so we're gonna keep track of that as well you do a world of good day by day thank thank you Sir always always a pleasure talking to you okay phone lines are open if you'd like to call in to ask questions to do so now for I not to wait for the end of program one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two if you like to call and ask a question you could do so now let's go next to Caroline in Franklin Virginia hi how are you fine zero great well I'm new at this so I have my questions can be very vague and that's okay I'm on my cholesterol and I'm on medication L. E. B. O. O. T. H. Y. R. O. X. I. N. okay five milligrams and my suggestion that I shouldn't be taken care of my thyroid curriculum gives me a little star rocks you'll be a thyroid pill cholesterol told B. Lipitor crest store yeah my silence Pretoria yeah we typically don't really need to use those meds because when we evaluate people put him on a low carb diet given to exercise every day for a half hour will correct vitamin deficiency will correct hormones including thyroid but when we correct thyroid we don't just use T. four which is level thyroxine used T. three and T. four you'll get a better result that way my left my cholesterol sure I'd be not taken my cholesterol as I just mentioned we don't use cholesterol meds because there are side effects it wipes are co Q. ten hours could affect your heart your muscles your brain how about a country yet so typically instead of using the classroom as well have people do a low carbohydrate diet it down to thirty grams of carbs per day state which means no bread pasta potatoes rice fruit oatmeal grains but you can have chicken Turkey fish pork squash soup salad nuts green vegetables he could have lamb you know there lots of great things to have cauliflower cauliflower rice instead of regular rice cauliflower mashed instead of mashed potatoes so it's low carb exercise at least a half hour every day nonstop you know either walking around the block running an indoor bike outdoor by considering correcting hormone decline fiery DHEA testosterone at center and correcting vitamins and we don't need colostrum as we do that all right okay thank you J. so much for your call good talking to you okay phone lines are open if you'd like to call and ask a question do so right now the way to end the program we're here to take your call as I mentioned before my offices are open six days a week as most of you know I've been in practice for thirty two years now hi graduated medical school gosh so many years ago eighty six so the idea is that if we learn a.

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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14:29 min | 2 years ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Nine two two two and we'll catch up on the air interesting literature on marines lipid supplementation the fatty acids the mega three fatty acid decreasing inflammation for people who have asthma and this is the journal respiratory medicine important study this is a double blind placebo controlled trial crossover trial involving as medics subjects that had inflammatory mechanism in their Airways they had documented the hypermedia induced Broncos friction constriction of the Airways using the omega fatty acids have beneficial effects and decrease the spasm open their ways and decrease the inflammatory markers they were tested flew through the blood so important to consider that there are good vitamins for you to take I'm not saying that this is the only thing you should do overwhelmingly the patients that we see that have asthma have allergies and underlying cause yes for more seem to have allergy things they're breeding indirectly have contact with the lining of the Airways and mucus and inflammation can occur but there are some people that have food allergy that also have lung related symptoms when the food allergen hits your stomach in seventy percent of your immune systems in your gut then you start to create a reaction and multiple mediators start to be released as those things go into your bloodstream they can affect any part of the body so realistically whether it's food or inhalant allergy can affect any part of your body and certainly this obviously is not a great time to have allergies when you talk about viruses many viruses floating around to the population there are other viruses are much more common than others and certainly have seen Barr virus cytomegalovirus extremely common respiratory viruses rhinoviruses there are other coronaviruses that or not the latest virus cove in nineteen so we're testing people with a nasal swab to look at all of the common viruses we do not have the test for the coverage nineteen for this new virus they think they're restricting that to hospitals and certain facilities so that you can go and get tested then be in a court eight the procreative hi medical environment so that if you do turn positive that they're offering some testing there's some great research coming out of Thailand and Australia and parts of China Japan where you're using a variety of combinations entire HIV drugs anti viral drugs they're using chloroquine which is anti malaria drugs is it for my sin entered getting some pretty dramatic results in helping to kill and inhibit virus so as I get this information you know day to day these are things that we talk about actors talk about on the radio program I had mentioned one of my best friends from medical school has been in the belly of this for so many years he had two offices and LA and then would constantly go to Africa to set up medical facilities in areas where there are no doctors from hundreds of miles so they would put up these prefab buildings sixty patients surgeons would come in for two weeks you know it's introductory so he coordinated a great deal of this he was he leading a team of doctors that were working with the bola dengue fever all sorts of horrible things and he had going all over the world in doing that so yet now Cambodia all over Africa in dangerous areas as well where there was evil and unrest and military action so very difficult times and I I've applauded him a million times over for doing that and this is where I'm getting a lot of information so it's it's boots on the ground you know it's information directly in the trenches so we try to give you an update on this is so often as possible okay phone lines are open if you'd like to call it ask a question do so now let's go next to Jerry hi there in New Jersey how are you hi doctor good morning morning yep its founder Jersey and up patient of yours you degrade them sell it might be and that date is still like Brando which are wonderful that's so good to hear yep bye bye so difficult but there's been a couple years yeah just wonderful my question is what can we do at this time to boost our immune system well yeah typically the things that make your immune system respond or increasing your levels of vitamin C. there was a great study but I don't get into the math of it too much but they were talking about giving people sixty milligrams of vitamin C. for for kilogram of body weight so the four hundred fifty pound person is seventy kilograms seventy ten sixty is forty two hundred milligrams of vitamin C. and that was shown to incorrigible killer cells you do want to take from again based upon what we recommend to a lot of patience the for the five to six thousand milligrams of vitamin C. a day no I can't give a direct recommendation person I've never seen but typically keeping your vitamin C. levels in the good range makes sense also you want to test your vitamin D. and make sure your vitamin D. levels are eighty to one hundred range you want to do a little bit of exercise every day and I told patients some people you know walk around your house if you don't want to go down to the Parker you know you don't want to take a a long bike ride at center do something in your house walk around the perimeter of your house some people will call corner to corner you know around the block you do wanna get exercise to deliver oxygen vitamins minerals and almost your tissues some people live near a golf course and they'll just go for a walk on the golf course there's no one else on the golf course so you can do your activity I think that makes a lot of sense I think green tea I could may should T. would be of benefit of course our patients that we've already seen of come in a new patients who are coming in in large numbers to get tested and get their vitamin IV so so the vitamin C. IV I think is a dramatic benefit for your body and as I mentioned before the vitamin D. shots now just taking random vitamins without testing is not going to hit the nail on the head so that's what we recommend doing the testing okay that sounds great and we were in not too long ago but yeah I understand you still open yeah absolutely we're open six days a week of course medical facilities dentists pharmacies all the places where people would need to be seen cared for are still open you know there's a mandatory sort of a shutdown in quarantine in New York which I agree with you know in the initial circumstances they were dealing with I don't think this has to last too long but as I say when P. people call our office every day we're getting hundreds of phone calls a day more than before those individuals were chatting with and if they have mild symptoms typically that's not going to be this overwhelming virus so we're guiding people as to what to do people can go to hospitals and get tested they can go the theaters they're opening up some areas at Jones beach of all places for people to go to get tested so you can keep abreast of the news in your town as to where you can get tested and those people who do have it then they can get treated at the hospital those people who don't have it and then they certainly could come in for the vitamin IV vitamin therapy so we're trying to help people as much as we can right and and the probability of a vaccine for the use of the drug it'll take a year yeah the drugs already working the drugs are working so for people who have it absolutely have it you can go online and look at research on core Quinn is it for my sin together Laura Quinn and ridge demo here in into each IV drug so there's more more just coming out I told a good friend of mine to try to get out to the politicians to try to get this you know to TV and get this you know to the president to talk about the fact that these things are already working in these meds or already FDA approved and they're approved for you know malaria and their proof for infection and virus so there's no reason why doctor can evaluate you and if you do have it put you on a combination of very safe medications but also any of these drugs a prophylactic we don't feel that those medications are prophylactic as yet so the question is we don't know when a person is infected what if they're infected you know two weeks from now they took the antibiotics for a week and that effect is gone because the antibiotic is used up or the anti viral rather is used up so there's nothing that says that if you take this antibiotic that it's going to protect you for weeks months and years there's nothing you know specific to that because everything that you take with its a vitamin an antibiotic and antiviral it doesn't stay in your system for months you know just their wallets there so the question is person does have it and the doctor can write the prescription for those things and follow that patient great then that can be done there are people that are trying to hoard these medications which you cannot do because a it has to be for people who don't only have it be your first responders have it they have to be treated because they have to care for other people so you know it's a it's an important issue not to try to hoard things are just because you want to have it on hand that's all I think I have this virus as with all other viruses and this was true for many other things including in regular flu swine flu H. one N. one and in Europe Ebola Africa Ebola sars Murs avian bird flu which strangely enough all seem to come from China I think that this will wax and wane just as all the other viruses did all right thank you so much for your call give us a call if you need any further information love to help you out chatting with you I'm glad to hear you're doing great with the stem we have the and I have to make you come in here my patients do not get the flu and I can't remember the last time I saw a person who had a flu it may have been a new patient but the patients that I've seen that eat right the exercise that you know eat organic foods that are doing healthy things that are taking their vitamins based on the blood test retesting to prove their levels do not get the flu they do not get the infections because older vitamins vitamin D. levels are nice and high they're doing the vitamin IV so this it's never been more important to understand and to do this process so that's what we're trying to teach people out there have to be as healthy as possible by learning about your body and using appropriate recommendations that testing the blood test tells us what your body requires and we create that particle okay phone lines are open please don't wait for the end of the program to call and ask questions or to answer ten different questions with moments left so Colin now before the end of the program let's go next to Frank in New Jersey how are you how can I help you Frank are you there yes Sir we'll try to get Frank up on the air it'll take us another moment let's go next to Irene and has provides yes doctor caliphate saying mean compacts the crates my question is I have a positive pay in a with a pattern of centromere but the tighter being one six forty you can confide in exhibiting so far are we know cinnamon on wondering if there anything I can do to reverse if there's four of them going to colleges told me there is nothing well the issue is with N. A. N. A. it's just a very basic I. anti nuclear antibody and autoimmune marker so what happens is there's some people that have a positive ANA that has nothing else going on in their life otherwise but the positive ANA if there are other markers ten point towards other disorders whether it's lupus or show greatness or scleroderma you know there are other things that can occur as a secondary issue there so I can tell you that in doing the testing that we do sometimes the emir's positive people have no problems sometimes there is positive we we test them a few months later and then something else starts to show up with their joints become swollen inflamed and that could be a developing rheumatoid arthritis so their skin becomes very tight and that could be development of scleroderma or they can get try I dry mouth and that may correlate with children so we have to track it and watch it I can tell you clearly that people that have lupus and rheumatoid that we've seen where we've opted to do stem cell therapy intravenously have had a pretty dramatic shut down of the inflammatory cascade and people that have difficulty with pains and aches and swelling of their joint start to see that change significantly in its not using dangerous medications you using your own stem cells so one of the comments that I make about stem cells is that it is the greatest scientific discovery or understanding and this goes back over a hundred years it is the greatest mechanism to maximize the repair of your body when you talk about any tissue ice heart lung liver kidney pancreas brain joint got you know immune response we see a lot of people to do stem cell would have multiple benefits and other areas of their body as we do the intravenous so I think that's one of the greatest things that we can do to maximize your health mmhm also I have a question regarding guarding known versus leg syndrome would that be connected restless leg syndrome connected to to the positive ANA or I'm I'm not necessarily.

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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04:54 min | 3 years ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Several weeks ago when my mother was in the hospital she is and she's in a nursing home reason why she was taken to the hospital is because the doctor in a nursing home we should shore Long Beach and he's all the sound terrible what we found out we got hurt carbon dioxide levels were very polite right so she went to the hospital they put a to god's will launch of five days she was in intensive care after ten days he finally released her her carbon dioxide welcome back to normal and now she's been nursing home for a couple weeks now and everything he pointed to a couple days ago she seems sluggish so they took a blood test again and carbon dioxide levels are going up again have lung disease COPD emphysema yes yes yes so what's happening is your lungs obviously are supposed to pull oxygen in to your Airways the LV ally are those grape like clusters that are semi circular like grapes in your lungs and the air goes for your main stem Broncos to your smaller bright guy to be out of your life the box is supposed to get absorbed across the membrane and the membrane is in the blood vessels wraparound all those air sacs and you know the action gets in your blood binds to the iron in the hemoglobin when the red blood cell and then gets delivered carried in delivered to your body and then as your body and your metabolism in your oxygenation process works you supposed to blow out CO two but if your lungs are degenerating in flames damaged then part of that oxygen intake and part of the oxygen of the CO two release is a process is not working right so I I I can't know how many years your mom is have long problems this is probably something that has been on and off going for awhile but you know if she's older now than there may be some significant long degeneration that we want to deal with in a perfect world as we may have mentioned before and I don't remember if you told me she had COPD before doing the stem cell therapy is the ideal thing because you're putting brand new cells into the vein in into a nebulizer to get him into the lungs to get them to work better my question I'd like to get her to see you in the near future what is your anything we traditionally or nothing actually will help the lines like that no there's no vitamin there's really no drug that's going to do what her lungs aren't doing you know so even if they put her on oxygen to take home that may get somebody out to do new but it doesn't necessarily allowed to see the COPD inflammatory mechanism to allow the CO two out so this is one of those things it's sort of a delicate balance how old is she now she ninety two okay so yeah we've seen lots and lots of patience and put recommendations together specific to vitamins minerals hormones and stem cells etcetera have extenso was a spy for the best mechanism because you're putting yourselves into the area to create result the question would be how many cells does she have damaged in our lungs there's no way to test for that so with that being the case of a yes you do the procedure and you getting some benefit I can tell you know how soon she would get X. Y. Z. result yeah of course it would be great to have done this ten years ago or five years ago or something but you know I still think it'll work out patient center ninety so we've treated so I think that certainly a mechanism that can help to repel lungs just like it can help with the brain eyes heart liver kidney pancreas joints so if you look at the videos the website you see people of pretty bad problems that have great results for stem cells owl what did happen like in a market by border in like in a couple weeks we'll have to wait if you bring her in we get the blood work done we can try to get it back within a week to do the procedure and then as that procedure is done within an hour in the office we would have her come back within a few weeks three weeks or so for weeks and we want to watch to see how much better she's doing we want all patients to make a chart list of all their symptoms you could do it with her for her and then watch each of those symptoms day to day week to week and make some notes as to how they're doing all because that's how we can follow and track the improvement okay show all right all right yeah that all right doc okay I'll get back to you okay take a look at that look forty hearing from.

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10:05 min | 3 years ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I had the hello gang related tone in the process of saving the toes damage the water how do they try to set I don't understand the try to save the toes the dams of water radio one in the last like around and down my right leg damage does okay showing commonality of the big believes and after that I won the for the very bottom okay hello Dutch alarm about two years and they've diabetics have damage to all the nerves and blood vessels and all the organs because that's what the excess sugar does so of course we want to stop the diabetes who want to reverse it so as I mentioned before the two part picture of diabetes is the peripheral where we try to cut the sugars down get you to exercise correct hormone declined by virtue of age collect correct your vitamins and then for the pancreas itself we use your own stem cells intravenously to get your pancreas to make more cells that make insulin and change the mechanism there too great videos on my website that are of people that have been tied to diabetic in within two to two and a half months have become non diabetic with other benefits occurring throughout their body because stem cells will also put new cells into all of your tissues and then they set up shop in a brand new cells so that would be the most important I imagine it would help you in other areas besides your pancreas because we've seen people with Marat the fee have significant improvement we've seen people with diabetic retinopathy have significant improvement so the stem cells going your blood can get to any organ that your blood flow goes so that would be by far the best option at seven years old while one of blood forms of course absolutely we've treated patients in their nineties your stem cells in your bone marrow still spectacular cells and they keep dividing will the time so yes yeah take a look at my website you'll see patients with much more significant or worse disorders that I've had wonderful results as well thinking out my heart to Jewish typically yes it's been a research shows help your heart your lungs liver kidney pancreas your brain how we should assume thank you very much thank you Sir look for senior okay phone lines are open if you like to call and ask a question you can do so now let's go to John in Wayne New Jersey Hey John how are you still Catherine listened I'm here I'm listening to the radio and I'm you know I thank him for it the way hold on to my phone so you could you could hang up and call the office so that would be the easiest thing to do yeah we're going to different people with with their questions okay they're going to give me an answer at the office yes I'll speak to you and get you set up for an appointment yeah well you know I'm way out here and to where you are but I mean I can only help you buy and you know having come at the office most of our people they were always addressing it without the caliphate yeah and you and your voice is so different than the radio voice in the office my voice is different than the radio voice no no over the phone your voice is quite different on the phone compared to when I listen to the radio what do you mean on the phone well when I'm talking with you now you don't sound like that hello we're on the radio we're not on the phone this is exactly who you're speaking to her on the radio so this is the radio yeah you call the radio show right what I expected but yeah my voice is the same I don't change it for radio I mean I don't have the capacity to do well no I didn't mean to be offensive or anything it's no no not at all yeah did you call the radio program we took your call and right so okay give the office call would love to help you out thank you for your call okay let's go back to John Wayne New Jersey John Wayne New Jersey John Wayne go good morning doctor yes Sir whistling happily about core core in about the Norman power forward center each the listening I was diagnosed with very high calcium output I was told I had so I reduce them so I went to Google that you're in the website for Norman parathyroid center describe everything on it right to it he for five years I was feeling really one of the and I didn't know why I when I when I met site that you can have up to seventeen different systems there are a lot of sites to describe the benefit I don't know the facility down there so I can't recommend them but you have a question for me well I just wanna try I went down there your flight on a Monday to check your limits who's very thank you sixteen surgery that day they got one certain I just went back home and went straight started to take what's the thirty minutes yeah but I can't tell you whether or not I I've never spoke to anybody who's had it done there so I can't endorse it but thank you for your input thank you for your call phone lines are open if you'd like to call and do so now let's go to Bob in queens how are you Dr yes Sir sure I hope so so I have tearing up the superior labor chronic tearing a superior Cleveland he showed up shoulder okay and moderate to severe degenerative changes of that I know you Meryl joined yeah and I could go on and on but basically going out that a pretty good candidate for them so badly thanks so yeah we've seen lots and lots of shoulders and the idea is that when we take your cells and we spend your Ballmer to get the cells and then we take a full syringe of that we typically can direct the injection to where the biceps tendon attach is in the front of your shoulder the super speed not as the criminal convicted a joint clinic humeral joint interests but not as we usually I usually inject the whole shoulder because it's very rare to find a person who has unlimited injury in one tend the shoulder is not too strong destroyed in the body but majority people you see have a combination of damage in different places as you're describing so we would inject into each of those areas directly and that's where you get your best results and writers mineralized body back form in whatever your well your body don't have inflammatory circumstances you know were you may have calcium deposits in the tendon or in the muscle if there was a terror there you can have overgrowth of bone on the outside of the bone but that may not have any direct connection or pressure on your ligaments tendons so I'd have to see what the MRI says Generac yes and what about I think I have phone birds that of I guess yeah that's so just mention overgrowth of bone I don't know that that's directly affecting because of the bone spurs or upward and they're not or laterally and not where your ligaments and tendons are then they may be insignificant okay so you would have all right back I appreciate yeah love to see the MRI look to range of motion meanwhile look at the videos on the web site with people shoulder tears a gentleman fell off the scaffolding and destroyed his ankle in the shoulder and he's back to normal that's a good video I think that's in the third me just quickly check vets the third column third video down so you can look at all the videos because they're kind of fun to see people have such a dramatic change yeah look for senior give us call five one six seven nine four zero four zero four let's go to Joan in Orange County how are you yes good morning doctor I hope this is a blessing because I have never heard you before I just put the radio on and then that's a blessing right there thank you for your project the the corner who who reported that he has set the stage for kidney cancer well I I am in cancer to decline he had kidney failure one sorry I thought he said he was in stage four but anyhow no stage for kidney failure well I am in a situation where I had a malignant tumor removed from my bladder a year ago in may and now this lesion on the right kidney seems to have gone from one point five centimeters to one point nine and these are my choices surveillance and biopsy cryo relation or surgery and I think the first thing you'd want to do with a cancer history is to do a pet scan a pass and will inject glucose with the dye and as they do that if there is a tumor in your body it will absorb that glucose cause cancer sucks up glucose like a vacuum and see if that's a malignant you know to get the pet scan is negative for your kid me then you can just wait and watch so that would be the first thing that I would do that's what somebody is far as Florida told me you demand a pet scan wonderful yeah I'm so torn a primary doctor are you in turn could probably demand you can write the prescription.

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"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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12:08 min | 3 years ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Eight four eight nine two two two let's go to our first caller is Burton trouble Kylie Burton how are you but after speaking with you doctor helping a warning to Sir hope you have a good day could be better Dr the person that complement your call manager it also yeah yeah it's a great a part of a group there I really appreciate their their work you obviously have a genius retracting in retaining very good people thank you duck to kill a baby if I might reach to where each of concern which yep I have a quick all agree Wes Crohn's disease I'm trying to reduce him to become your patient certain regard to stem cell therapy is bone marrow extraction anguish for virtually painless it's virtually painless known really complains remember that when you sterilize the area and you numb the skin any injection of light came to numb the surfer skin where your raise a little bump on the skin you'll feel a temporary sting then we'd numb down to the bone and the periosteum is that film over the bone and as you none that you really don't feel that sensation and then when you do the extraction some people most people report feeling a pulling sensation are like so no one has screamed or your older has you know reported to have you be painful experience remember I I think that when people hear about bone marrow for people that have done for oncology purposes or stem cell transplant or bone marrow transplant for cancers I'm not sure of the oncologists known the bone to be able to decrease the amount of discomfort there so and we do it nice and steady so that people don't have discomfort so also people with Val problems in Crohn's and also colitis almost always have significant food allergy that may be a delayed reaction so it's something the tree today can create a reaction you know four five six days later all the more reason why looking to become your creation sure does I read them cell therapy at the potential how he or even reverse crunch amber that ID stem cells are carried through your blood to every organ that's been documented for a hundred years so they will get to your heart lungs liver kidney pancreas your gut is very vascular so to get to the blood vessels to your gut we'll get to your eyes so when we see patients there have significant improvement in all of those areas that we typically talk about with stem cell therapy so yes it's not as though I say okay stem cell is the first thing right out of my mouth will sit there to get the blood work done I'll take your history examine them test for the allergy take those foods out by the time the blower comes back then typically we talk about correcting vitamins minerals etcetera changing the diet and stem cells obviously also is recommended at that point I have learned that their use in endoscopic procedure that may in some circumstances take the place of battle resection surgery for chrome patients that's what I know about it could you comment on that yeah I don't know enough about that yet there is you know a little bit of talk about that but I don't know statistically what the benefits are you know a lot of things come out that are quote new and maybe great ideas but unless it's been out there for a while you have no idea you know what the long term benefits or side effects are whether it's a medication whether it's a vitamin whether it's a procedure I just haven't seen that yet point taken my great ones other areas would you relating to a local but this may have application for many of your listeners what he's three percent PSA how does it differ from standard PSA yeah PSAs prostate specific engine this is elevated when there is inflammation of the prostate and can go up very high if there's a cancer process there the free percent PSA is a very important part of looking at the number that if low means there's a high risk of prostate cancer fits two three four if it is very high in the fifties and there's a four less significant a for a dramatic decrease in the risk of that person having prostate cancer so the PSA supposed to be between one in for you know the lower the better and the free percent PSA supposed to be over twenty five so the higher the free the better the lower the regular PSA the better and when you have people that are borderline whether PSAs four five six and the free percent dropping a little bit it still can be from infection but you won't do a sonogram to get a nice picture of the prostate if all that's been done is the standard PSA and not three percent the essay is that an inadequate basis to determine prostate or no prostate cancer yeah I think you need that tests are done it for many years and I actually had a patient sniffing story I tell this all the time this is the perfect description of the scenario patient came in and his PSA on the bottom of one page was okay it was you know three point nine and the next page for the free percent PSA and it was too so of course I said you know we got a double check this we sent him to urologist beer all just did a sonogram found a lump on the prostate and then as a precaution you know a secondary tests they did a chest X. ray because they wanted to do a procedure for the prostate may family along to her so the gentleman was treated for prostate cancer treatment and surgery surgery for lung tumor luckily it was caught early and this the patient had a nice long life apple of years ago and this had to be twenty five years ago a couple of years ago I had seen the patient store they had moved out of town and such and I asked her father was and she told me that unfortunately he had passed away so I gave my condolences she said no she said you were the one that found the prostate then we were able to find a long he was treated and he had a nice long life for the past into is late eighties as a result of of the you know what we have done so we were very happy to find out that you know that extra tests that you do that extra index of suspicion will allow you to find something and prevent the bad thing from happening so that's my sort of prostate PSA free percent PSA story so and if you can do those tests as a as we do them on everyone and you could save someone from a bad outcome that's exactly what we're supposed to do so what what would did you think that someday you may reach cal what about that thank you so much for the call always good talking to amber and have a wonderful day let's go next to Chris how are you good that carry you great got a friend a doctor to last ninety Denton and about Arizona area and he has some dental implant T. seventy in good health except for this and you have dental implants any gap contracted against world O. R. A. L. like in L. A. C. H. E. N. plan a plan this year and inflammatory you know condition that occurs in the mouth as a result of an insult but it's not always easy to figure out why it occurs okay please also get valley he said valley fever and org under given them and I'd buy out he's is because of the desert is there any combination or what would you suggest it's a hard one to to to to make recommendations on because I don't know the entire picture yeah I know I think that it may be that some people have a weak immune system and they end up with this bizarre talk city Ohio to mycosis infection which they call valley fever not that it's a fungus is found in soil you know some people world topically or some people will inhale it anti fungal medications are used for it so it's not the end of the world but it's not something that you really want to have to go through this thing so there's probably some question she's me the best thing you're talking about an anti fungal yeah the anti fungal Sabine use with good success on knocking out the sex of your honor because his valley fever make it it's got a minute yeah I mean those are two odd things to deal with my question would be you know what are the vitamin mineral hormone levels absorption digestion immune response heavy metals you know to see why these things exist that could be there because the muse system isn't I've mentioned I've mentioned you to him and he had a Trenton New Jersey so it's a matter of this became east I ate out and like a city Arizona battery became east and it's best just to come to you to see to get it yeah I mean we'll look at the entire picture and get a handle on what we can do okay and in many cases when there's not something that I could do we refer out to an appropriate enough position that's what I told him today another person had pancreatic cancer and you mentioned James foresight yeah I told those people actually try to get your word out yeah that's wonderful I thank you terrific thank you so much call okay have a wonderful day now let's go next to Frank in valley stream how are you hi good morning I have a question about vitamin C. what's the correct level that you'd like to see in the blood work and how do you increase the vitamin D. this special type of vitamin E. that you recommend good question so every age range has a level that's expected as you get older so if you look at the blood you know tests on people you know one decade to the next the levels of vitamins that you expect to see keep dropping down but that doesn't mean that being in that range is good you want to be above the range because you want to have levels of vitamins that will enhance your body's function and similar to what you had a younger age also when you talk about vitamins their secondary tests to tell us if your vitamins need to be higher you might be the middle the range for B. six B. twelve and folic acid which homocysteine level maybe height so we have to go by the homocysteine and raise up those nutrients sufficient enough to lower the homocysteine or C. reactive protein for that matter so the ranges very you know age to age and the secondary testing various typically we want to have people to take either one death three grams four grams of vitamin C. a day as a basis some people need higher levels to get the blood levels to come up some people will say wow since I've had my vitamin C. it six grams a day I don't get those respiratory infections anymore for some people to start to come down with the flu or a viral issue like Epstein Barr otherwise for many years doctors have use vitamin Ivies and vitamin vis could help to quadruple your killer cells are traditional medical research on that so it depends upon how the patient presents there are other people who and I don't always suggest this like to take vitamin C. to bow tolerance where they'll take vitamin C. and they'll take a thousand milligrams every hour until they have a looser Val movement which serves its own purpose and then they backed down the dose it's a little bit less scientific but I'd rather test the levels make recommendations retest to make sure the levels are perfect okay is there a certain type of vitamin D. recommend over another do the lawn on this early okay the majority of the vitamin C. is all relatively the same we like to make sure there's no fillers binders recipients of it okay so and we've been using vitamins and and testing before making recommendations and testing afterwards.

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"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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12:53 min | 3 years ago

"liver kidney pancreas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm Greg waiting for the longest time to speak to you hover. The only way the the issue is of my two granddaughters. My daughter had twins, and they just detected that they have Turner syndrome. Okay. So I'm just wondering. Stem cell would be a probable and Medicare 'em medication to I'm not sure because Turner's syndrome is a chromosomal condition. So it's a genetic condition. I mean, I haven't seen literature on stem for that. But I mean, I would look, but I don't I don't imagine. It would it's not gonna change the genetics. I'm just figured, you know, I just figured I would ask you would work or not work or what? I don't know. I'm not sure that I would think it would work because it's something that you have in your blueprint in your genes. So it's a genetic defect, and that's stem cells will go repair damaged cells, but are not gonna take every gene defect and reverse, gene defect. Yeah. I say, but it's it's very strange because they're the only ones that have it. When my daughter she just found out about it about the couple of weeks ago about a month ago. Okay. They took them to genetic. What is it called medicine? Desist geneticists down in the city. And this this is what came back. So I'm just like enquiring from. You know what we should do? And what you know. We're actively children's hospitals are the ones that are the best because they see this sort of thing all the time, and there may be foundations for Turner's or any of the individual disorders, and you can get a lot of good information and see what's going on research there. My daughter should get in touch with a children's hospital while. Yeah, children's hospitals for children diseases. They see more of that than anybody. In other words, you don't go to a regular doctor. If your child has a as an issue or genetic issue, you go to a facility that, you know, a does research be has thousands and thousands of those individuals within their care in their history. So that always makes sense. Thank you for the call. Let's go next to Eugene is Sussex. Hi there. How are you? How are you? Dr great. I have a question regarding COPD and stem cells. Yes. How many treatments required usually one treatment? The majority of people that we've seen when we do intravenous or intravenous with a nebulizer to get extra stem cells topically your lungs. We'll do one treatment. I can't remember a patient that had COPD where we did a second treatment. I'm not saying that doesn't exist. But I know that we've never done a second Ivy on diabetics and diabetics typically, you know, between two to four months we'll have such a significant improvement in their insulin production and they backed down on their meds at center, they do exercise and diet. We've never done a second IV for diabetic. We have patients that have stroked. That'll do a second one year or two later, we have patients that have MS and Parkinson's. We'll do a second stem procedure a year or two later. So it for the the majority of people that we see one treatment is what's done. And I'm not saying person could say, hey, I'm seventy five percent better. I wanna do it again. They can you know, there's no risk side. Effected Robak your cells. It sounds good to be true. Dr. Well, you just have to look at the medical research. You know, when it's something sounds too good to be true read about it. Know on my website. There are two thousand articles the last couple of years are about stem cell therapy for all sorts of different diseases. You know, we talk about arthritis Alzheimer's COPD, diabetes, erectile dysfunction, frailty syndrome, heart failure liver. Kidney failure lupus MS Parkinson's stroke, rheumatoid, pulmonary fibrosis on the research articles on the site scleroderma any of the joints. We have a patient with macular generation has improved her vision. You have to look at the videos and the website because you'll hear people tell their story. Yes. It's unbelievable. But we've been brainwashed to thinking that everything in your body requires a drug researching. Yeah. I looked at that one that you had with the young lady very happy over period of a couple of months with the results. They're your cells. And that's their only job. Surprises me doctors at such an embedded chronic problem that it almost seems like a bloody miracle by may say that the you're missing the understanding of what stem cells are what they do. So you can see both the videos on gentleman with MS and Parkinson's. The left first column. First video is a man with a pink shirt, he was out of the wheelchair within a month. And then if you look down to videos below that under the lady with macular degeneration, the Parkinson's patient was on a wheelchair as well. So your cells only have that one job to repair damaged tissue. So whether it's COPD or any of these other disorders, there's tons of research worldwide that your own cells can create significant repair, you're putting brand new cells in where the damage has been done. So you're placing older cells with brand new cells. That's the only way that people can get these benefits because there's no drug that gets you out of the wheelchair. You know after so many years. There's no drug that makes you non-diabetic can not require any medications. You know? So you have to understand look at the research on my website, look at the videos, and you understand it. Thank you for your call. Phone lines relevant if you'd like to call the next question, you could do so right now, let's go to king in Brooklyn. How are you? Good evening. Thank you. Sure. Stem cell treatment for degenerated Gish. Doctors I think in Europe have tried to inject with a relatively long needle stem cells and kind of use a florist go to try to avoid hitting your nerve roots and try to inject him into your disk. I don't know how well that's worked. We have a lot of people that have back problems, but are more caused by ligament laxity in league of it, wear and tear stretching and damage for some people that opt to do it. We may do intravenous stem cells to get to all of their blood flow and all their organs and also inject the league of their back. They've got some good results. So depends upon what the really shows that you have. Right. Like completion of digest. Yeah. I know what that is. I mean, obviously know what that is. So I'd have to get a more clear picture on. What that what that shows? Do you have arthritis there as well? Do you have spun the lowest thesis, which means you're shifting one vertebrae on the top of the other Ford or back in it's a lot more complicated. So I need to see the Mirai and even your range of motion how much pain you have do you have pain when you get up and down out of the chair? I mean, it's a lot more. We need to look at. Treat it. Of course, we have lots of people of thirty years I've been in practice that have degenerative disease and low back and neck and joint problems. Of course. You know, what I would do you're missing my point have no idea. What I would do I need to examine you see what your range of motion is I need to see if your muscles are still relatively strong or their atrophying because if actually Kerr's it means there's damage to the nerve that my require removing some of that bone that's pressing on her damaging nerve. So it's not just you walk in, you know, like going after fast food, you can pick up your burger, I gotta learn about your body first. And then take it from there. Thank you for your call. Okay. Let's go to Doug in Morris county. How are you? Hi, hi. This is Doug. Yes. I saw I saw on the internet that concern about my memory about some possible clinical trials. I went into get tested, and I found out I have early onset Alzheimer's. How old are you sixty five five fifty five? And you know, they gave me some tests, you know, some some test neurological stuff at me questions and how much I remember does stories. She knows she was giving it to me right, then and there, and so are you assessing patients into your clinical trials. First thing is I don't I didn't create the clinical trials I was taken into the clinical trial because I met the requirements of what they wanted when we first started them a few years back. So for patients that want to stem cells, you don't need to have the clinical trial to get into it. So typically if you have issues with anywhere and tear on the organs of your body or the joints. We can sit down go over this setup and do the stem cells for you. Because there's ample research over many years worldwide that says stem cells will go to the areas of damage and make brand new cells. And if you look at the videos on my website as I keep saying. You'll see people with MS and Parkinson's out of a wheelchair patient with COPD who can walk and go shopping again people that are non diabetic after two months to four months of doing a stem cell IV lady with Macklin generation, stroke patient. Great results. So there's a patient that had dementia, and Alzheimer's and also foot trap, and that radically changed over the course of a month. So yeah. There's a lot you could read about if you if you also look at the articles in the bottom my website. So there are two thousand articles. If you read the bottom, and you look through those articles in scroll through them, you'll see articles on every degener- disease, including Alzheimer's, I remember lost. So I think that would be the greatest thing for you to do because it's only your cells. There's no drug of chemical, you know, it's the ultimate safe mechanism because it's your cells. Right. And I guess I have to decide whether it Goto about way, my wife, and I love your show. Thank you. Whether two clinical trial that that this cognitive center is suggesting me to do or what what are they doing in a cognitive center. Well, now, they're they're I guess they're getting clients to go into recruiting patients for what what are they gonna do? Cognitive therapy or medication or medication. I would not do that. And the reason why I would not do that. It's because for all the years, and every patient I've seen with memory loss and progressing into Alzheimer's, as it does many cases. I don't think the Mets work, and you could talk to one hundred people that have a relative that has Alzheimer's everybody does sooner or later. So the longer people live the more their brain wears just like their heart lungs liver, kidney, pancreas, and elsewhere and joints. But if you talk to people enough people who have relatives or see people that I've Alzheimer's on the meds. You don't see the result? But remember, you putting billions of brand new cells into your bloodstream, and then, you know, through a nasal mist directly into your brain, you putting new cells where the damaged cells are, and that's what the the whole function stem cells would be to make brand new cells where you have damage. Okay. Sounds really promising on. That's exactly where I was thinking to my no my father had it in a ton of his he's one of. Twelve and his sisters and brothers had Alzheimer's. Okay. Okay now. So the issue is as you are developing some memory issues early. We have to make sure that it's not heavy metal exposure, you may have high levels of lead mercury nickel. Aluminum, cadmium, arsenic, etc. So that concerns damage your brain with research has been saying that for seventy years, but I would look at you know, correcting your vitamins minerals hormones, look at your blood flow because some people have vascular dementia where they have plaque in the blood vessels going to the head. And that may be why you're not, you know, sharp as you were because you're restricting blood flow to the brain we have to look at that. But stem cells of the most natural thing that you could do. You know, one thing that was nice about the going into clinical trials as they offered a pet scan..

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