The mitochondria are not just the powerhouse of the cell; they are the engines that run our entire body. If we can remove the obstructions to energy production (calcification, lipofuscin and fibrosis) everything works better, we experience mental clarity and emotional resilience.
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Ideas that I was just getting into at the end of 2019 and beginning of 2020 have now reached mainstream alternative health channels. I see it as my duty as a health researcher and educator to always be transparent when new information comes to light ... more
When the homesteading gets heavy I defer Friday's show to a "Best Of" episode. This was one of my favorite conversations that i've had about water with Anton Fedorenko of Infopathy. There are so many different water structuring devices on the market ... more
What is yeast overgrowth and how does sugar contribute to it? What are common symptoms that you can see when you look at someone? What does drinking soda do to our blood sugar? How does saccharomyces boulardii help? Can someone eat fermented foods wh... more
Love this interview Matt! Great talk with Karen Hurd. I learned alot and plan on adding beans back into my diet. I agree with many of her points and question a few but that’s why I appreciate you and your show SO MUCH. Now I have another perspective to look into and that’s always a good thing! Always learning, and always questioning!
Keep'em coming …
Deep-dive interviews uninterrupted by a million ads unlike A LOT of shows in the space
Overall it’s worth listening to but if you are not educated in health you may not realize how many assumptions are being made. For instance he said that he took magnesium and got diarrhea because magnesium metabolizes zinc. And a lack of zinc causes diarrhea. Actually magnesium gives you diarrhea because it isn’t well absorbed so your body flushes t what it can’t absorb by diluting it with water. He talks about people with white hair as being copper different because they take too much zinc. And... more
This podcast feels like it’s all about Matt asking questions to help himself. I’m disappointed that he bashes people that he used to agree with. I also don’t care for his interview style.
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