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  • - female announcer: There
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  • are over 1.000 chemicals
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  • in our water.
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  • Our foods contain
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  • a cocktail of pesticides.
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  • You're drinking the water,
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  • you're eating the food.
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  • How do we defend ourselves
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  • against our environment and
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  • cleanse our body of toxins?
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  • For answers to this and much
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  • more, join our guests: medical
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  • physician and best-selling
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  • author, Dr. Ian Smith;
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  • medical physician, surgeon,
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  • and best-selling author,
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  • Dr. Paul Ling Tai;
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  • and chiropractic
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  • physician, Dr. Scott Hannen.
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  • - Dr. Scott Hannen: Hello,
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  • everyone.
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  • I'm Dr. Scott Hannen.
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  • We have a special health edition
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  • that we're gonna share
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  • with you right now.
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  • We are being bombarded
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  • with chemicals.
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  • Chemicals in our air,
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  • chemicals in our water,
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  • chemicals in our food.
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  • Every time we turn around
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  • we're ingesting chemicals.
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  • So we're gonna show you--
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  • stay tuned--how to protect
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  • your body from your environment.
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  • But first, this.
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  • - announcer: Dr. Ian Smith
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  • helped millions of people lose
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  • weight and improve their health.
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  • He's been featured on popular TV
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  • shows including "The Oprah
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  • Winfrey Show," "The Doctors,"
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  • and "The Rachael Ray Show,"
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  • and has written for multiple
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  • national publications,
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  • including "Time," "Newsweek,"
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  • and "The Wall Street Journal."
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  • - Dr. Ian Smith: My career
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  • took me in that path
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  • and took me on television.
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  • Instead of treating one patient
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  • at a time, I can now treat
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  • thousands and sometimes, with an
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  • interview, millions of peoples.
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  • - announcer: As a former
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  • medical correspondent
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  • for NBC News Network, Dr. Smith
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  • has become a leading voice
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  • in the medical industry.
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  • - Ian: What do you want
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  • yourself to be?
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  • And what steps do you need to
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  • of yours?
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  • - announcer: And he's here to
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  • share advice that could impact
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  • your life.
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  • Dr. Ian Smith now on "Praise."
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  • - Scott: You know the
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  • US agricultural websites show
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  • thousands of chemicals that are
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  • being used on our crops and
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  • the food that we're eating.
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  • And they have been shown to
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  • cause cancer and many other
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  • diseases.
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  • So the question becomes then,
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  • how do we protect ourself from
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  • our environment?
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  • How do we shield our body from
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  • the harmful effects of this
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  • process?
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  • And so with us we have with us
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  • Dr. Ian Smith.
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  • - Scott: Dr. Ian, thank you
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  • for being with us today.
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  • - Ian: Always good
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  • to be with you.
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  • - Scott: Man, where
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  • do we start?
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  • I mean, the world is a mess
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  • when it comes to chemicals
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  • so what do we do?
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  • - Ian: Yeah, well, you know,
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  • it's interesting so, you know,
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  • there's this constant
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  • the environment naturally
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  • gives us, what God's
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  • natural provisions are, and then
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  • how do we take those provisions
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  • and either make them better or
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  • more sustainable and commercial.
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  • And so you have this constant
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  • battle, this tug of war between
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  • can we eat things and consume
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  • things and harvest things in
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  • their most natural purest state,
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  • but then also we have
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  • commercial interest.
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  • We want the foods to last longer
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  • on the shelf, we don't want
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  • spoilage of our crops, because
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  • all of these things if they
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  • occur, they will lead to
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  • So you have this constant kind
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  • of battle between getting foods
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  • that have no hormones, that have
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  • no added chemicals, and then
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  • getting foods that are going
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  • to last in the grocery store.
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  • So when you look back, for
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  • example, at organic farming,
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  • and this is one of my favorite
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  • things to talk about because
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  • people look at the word
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  • "organic" and they think that it
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  • automatically means healthy.
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  • And organic did not start in
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  • a way to make healthier food.
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  • Actually, organic started to
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  • increase the sustainability
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  • of the environment.
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  • It was an environmentally
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  • protective way of farming
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  • because an organic farmer
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  • does not use pesticides or
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  • chemicals in his or her crop.
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  • What they do is they have to
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  • rotate the crops and protect the
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  • crops but using all-natural
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  • things.
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  • That is very difficult.
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  • You have insects, you have bugs,
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  • you have rodents, that come and
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  • eat your crops.
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  • And so organic farming is
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  • difficult because of the labor
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  • that it takes and because you
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  • don't have all these pesticides
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  • and all these kind of--these
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  • anti sprays that are fighting
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  • off bugs who wanna ravage your
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  • crops, you lose some.
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  • There's natural spoilage.
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  • So organic said, "We wanna save
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  • the environment at large by
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  • preventing using pesticides and
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  • all these chemicals that get
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  • into the soil and eventually get
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  • into our bodies."
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  • Now, it just so happens that
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  • when food is organically farmed,
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  • because you're not using all
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  • those chemicals, those foods
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  • tend to be healthier for you
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  • because they will not have
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  • the pesticides--pesticide
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  • residue that's left over
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  • because they don't use it.
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  • Now, in the modern day, all of a
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  • sudden, we have thought, and the
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  • public, that organic necessarily
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  • means that it is healthier.
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  • It does not mean that
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  • it's healthier.
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  • A banana that is grown
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  • organically is no healthier than
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  • a banana that is grown in
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  • a traditional way of farming,
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  • okay?
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  • Because, guess what?
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  • You peel the skin of a banana
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  • and the inside pulp of
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  • the banana is the same.
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  • It doesn't have more vitamins,
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  • more minerals, or more vital
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  • nutrients.
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  • However, if you are consuming
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  • the skin of a fruit, whether
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  • it be an apple, a pear,
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  • a raspberry, a blueberry, then,
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  • in those situations called the
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  • dirty dozen, in those situations
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  • the skin that was treated with
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  • pesticides may still have some
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  • left over even after the washing
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  • process and people believe that
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  • that, the accumulation of those,
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  • the pesticide residue, may cause
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  • you problems.
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  • So if you wanna buy organic, you
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  • then may wanna consider those
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  • foods that you're going to be
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  • eating the skin of.
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  • But buying an organic lemon or
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  • organic orange--
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  • - Scott: Right, it's a moot
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  • point.
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  • - Ian: It's a moot point, but
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  • people have had it in their
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  • minds that it's healthier.
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  • And it's not.
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  • There's no more nutrients in
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  • these fruits.
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  • It's just the difference of
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  • whether or not it may have
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  • - Scott: I see.
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  • So a lot of these are marketing
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  • ploys or something that they've
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  • taken advantage of the consumer
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  • because they have kind of
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  • changed the research for what it
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  • was intended for?
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  • - Ian: And remember this.
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  • The reason why organic is more
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  • expensive is not because
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  • The reason why organic is
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  • expensive is because the method
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  • used to farm the food is more
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  • expensive because, one, you need
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  • more people doing it.
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  • You have to rotate the crops.
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  • You just don't let the crop sit
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  • there.
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  • You have to till the soil and
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  • treat the soil in natural ways
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  • and, by the way, you're going to
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  • lose a greater percentage of
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  • what you plant because you're
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  • not using pesticides to protect
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  • it from bugs and animals, okay?
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  • So that's why it's more
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  • expensive because simply it's
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  • more expensive to make.
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  • - Scott: Yeah, so the biggest
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  • takeaway from this is just if
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  • it's got the hard skin or you're
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  • not consuming skin, just save
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  • your money.
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  • Just go ahead and--
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  • - Ian: Why spend 30% more on
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  • foods that it does not matter if
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  • it's organic or not?
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  • And what bothers me, really, is
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  • that when you look at the
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  • business, the marketing is so
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  • unbelievable.
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  • And the layperson who is not a
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  • scientist, who has not done
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  • research, the layperson
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  • obviously is easily swayed
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  • because this is not their
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  • specialty.
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  • They don't--they haven't studied
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  • these things.
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  • So they see these billboards or
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  • better for you, this will do
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  • this.
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  • They go and they buy it.
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  • And what I try to do in my--what
  • 00:08:08.240 --> 00:08:11.160
  • I call my health ministry.
  • 00:08:11.160 --> 00:08:13.080
  • What I try to do all the time is
  • 00:08:13.080 --> 00:08:15.010
  • educate people so that you can
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  • make better decisions.
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  • No, you're not gonna have our
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  • level of education.
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  • We've spent years and years in
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  • undergrad, in med school, in
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  • grad school, but what I'm trying
  • 00:08:24.050 --> 00:08:26.170
  • to do is give people the basic
  • 00:08:26.170 --> 00:08:28.070
  • fundamentals that will help them
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  • make smarter decisions
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  • for themselves.
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  • So that when you walk into
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  • a grocery store and you're
  • 00:08:33.250 --> 00:08:35.290
  • inundated by all this marketing
  • 00:08:35.290 --> 00:08:38.060
  • and advertising, you are able to
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  • sift through it and think for
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  • yourself about whether or not
  • 00:08:42.100 --> 00:08:44.080
  • the claims that are being made
  • 00:08:44.080 --> 00:08:46.080
  • are true claims.
  • 00:08:46.080 --> 00:08:48.080
  • And that's what I try to--in my
  • 00:08:48.080 --> 00:08:49.150
  • books, I try to arm people with
  • 00:08:49.150 --> 00:08:51.050
  • that information, the basics, so
  • 00:08:51.050 --> 00:08:52.050
  • that they have this ability to
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  • go into the store and think for
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  • themselves and not be
  • 00:08:56.030 --> 00:08:56.270
  • brainwashed by the sometimes
  • 00:08:57.120 --> 00:09:00.140
  • very subtle marketing ploys that
  • 00:09:00.140 --> 00:09:02.230
  • are used.
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  • - Scott: Yeah, and so, you
  • 00:09:03.170 --> 00:09:04.180
  • know, I guess in my
  • 00:09:04.180 --> 00:09:05.240
  • understanding if you wanna solve
  • 00:09:05.240 --> 00:09:08.070
  • a problem you have to create the
  • 00:09:08.070 --> 00:09:09.220
  • problem and if people don't have
  • 00:09:09.220 --> 00:09:11.080
  • a problem or think something's a
  • 00:09:11.080 --> 00:09:12.170
  • problem, they don't see the need
  • 00:09:12.170 --> 00:09:13.250
  • for change.
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  • So let's talk a little bit about
  • 00:09:14.190 --> 00:09:15.190
  • the facts that there are real
  • 00:09:15.190 --> 00:09:16.240
  • chemicals and there are
  • 00:09:16.240 --> 00:09:18.070
  • foods--in our foods, in water,
  • 00:09:18.070 --> 00:09:20.030
  • in everything, that we need to
  • 00:09:20.030 --> 00:09:21.030
  • stay away from but there's some
  • 00:09:21.030 --> 00:09:22.020
  • you just can't stay away from.
  • 00:09:22.020 --> 00:09:23.140
  • You have to breathe.
  • 00:09:23.140 --> 00:09:24.230
  • You have to go outside.
  • 00:09:24.230 --> 00:09:25.200
  • So, you know, there's sometimes
  • 00:09:25.200 --> 00:09:27.040
  • you have to drink water, you
  • 00:09:27.040 --> 00:09:28.180
  • have to eat foods.
  • 00:09:28.180 --> 00:09:29.180
  • So once the chemicals are in,
  • 00:09:29.180 --> 00:09:31.070
  • let's talk a little bit about
  • 00:09:31.070 --> 00:09:32.040
  • some of the harmful effects that
  • 00:09:32.040 --> 00:09:33.280
  • chemicals can cause because if
  • 00:09:33.280 --> 00:09:35.120
  • people don't really understand
  • 00:09:35.120 --> 00:09:36.270
  • that this is a real health
  • 00:09:36.270 --> 00:09:38.030
  • threat.
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  • You know, you can talk a topic
  • 00:09:38.230 --> 00:09:40.040
  • on weight loss and, whoo,
  • 00:09:40.040 --> 00:09:41.100
  • everybody wants to buy your
  • 00:09:41.100 --> 00:09:42.040
  • book, you know?
  • 00:09:42.040 --> 00:09:42.250
  • You talk about detox and, you
  • 00:09:42.250 --> 00:09:44.010
  • know, the crickets are out
  • 00:09:44.010 --> 00:09:45.040
  • there, you know?
  • 00:09:45.040 --> 00:09:46.000
  • But they don't realize that it's
  • 00:09:46.000 --> 00:09:46.270
  • the chemicals that actually can
  • 00:09:46.270 --> 00:09:48.220
  • kill you.
  • 00:09:48.220 --> 00:09:50.010
  • They can take you out
  • 00:09:50.010 --> 00:09:51.050
  • with--predispose to cancer and
  • 00:09:51.050 --> 00:09:52.110
  • all these other diseases.
  • 00:09:52.110 --> 00:09:53.060
  • So tell me a little bit in your
  • 00:09:53.060 --> 00:09:54.150
  • clinical practice what you've
  • 00:09:54.150 --> 00:09:55.240
  • seen, the effects of chemicals,
  • 00:09:55.240 --> 00:09:57.140
  • and what they do to people.
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  • - Ian: You know, when I've done
  • 00:09:58.240 --> 00:10:00.250
  • my research, I don't practice
  • 00:10:00.250 --> 00:10:02.040
  • anymore, but when I've done my
  • 00:10:02.040 --> 00:10:03.100
  • research, and I still work with
  • 00:10:03.100 --> 00:10:06.100
  • people, though, however,
  • 00:10:06.100 --> 00:10:07.230
  • thousands and thousands of
  • 00:10:07.230 --> 00:10:09.250
  • people across the country, and
  • 00:10:09.250 --> 00:10:11.030
  • what I've noticed is that what
  • 00:10:11.030 --> 00:10:13.020
  • people don't understand is that
  • 00:10:13.020 --> 00:10:16.010
  • God put food and drinks for us
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  • in a very natural state.
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  • And our bodies respond best when
  • 00:10:22.110 --> 00:10:25.110
  • what we're eating and drinking
  • 00:10:25.110 --> 00:10:27.130
  • is as close to as God made it
  • 00:10:28.000 --> 00:10:31.000
  • for us.
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  • The further we get away from
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  • that, that is processing things,
  • 00:10:33.030 --> 00:10:35.040
  • adding chemicals, rearranging
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  • structure, genetically
  • 00:10:37.220 --> 00:10:39.270
  • modifying, okay, GMOs,
  • 00:10:39.270 --> 00:10:42.100
  • genetically modified.
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  • The further we get away from the
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  • way God had put the food and
  • 00:10:45.200 --> 00:10:47.160
  • drink there for us, the more at
  • 00:10:47.190 --> 00:10:50.190
  • risk we are of developing
  • 00:10:50.190 --> 00:10:52.230
  • negative consequences from all
  • 00:10:52.250 --> 00:10:55.250
  • of these added chemicals that
  • 00:10:55.250 --> 00:10:57.160
  • are being used for all kinds of
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  • reasons.
  • 00:10:59.050 --> 00:11:00.040
  • The issue with us is that it's
  • 00:11:00.040 --> 00:11:03.030
  • chemicals that we use in our
  • 00:11:05.110 --> 00:11:06.250
  • foods.
  • 00:11:06.250 --> 00:11:07.180
  • And you've seen 'em.
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  • Take a label and read the names.
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  • You and I are doctors.
  • 00:11:10.250 --> 00:11:12.040
  • I--some of these names, I don't
  • 00:11:12.040 --> 00:11:13.100
  • even know what they are, to be
  • 00:11:13.100 --> 00:11:14.130
  • honest with you, right, right?
  • 00:11:14.130 --> 00:11:15.280
  • all those things--I'm not saying
  • 00:11:18.000 --> 00:11:19.140
  • all of them are bad for you, but
  • 00:11:19.140 --> 00:11:20.280
  • it's the accumulation of them
  • 00:11:20.280 --> 00:11:23.170
  • and it's the lack of studies,
  • 00:11:23.170 --> 00:11:25.220
  • long-term studies, of what these
  • 00:11:25.220 --> 00:11:27.160
  • chemicals can do that put us
  • 00:11:27.160 --> 00:11:29.120
  • in jeopardy.
  • 00:11:29.120 --> 00:11:30.010
  • I have a rule.
  • 00:11:30.010 --> 00:11:30.230
  • If a product has more than
  • 00:11:30.230 --> 00:11:32.270
  • five or six ingredients, it's
  • 00:11:32.270 --> 00:11:35.260
  • probably best not to eat that
  • 00:11:35.260 --> 00:11:36.250
  • product, okay?
  • 00:11:36.250 --> 00:11:38.100
  • Right, and remember, the way
  • 00:11:38.100 --> 00:11:40.210
  • that a product--in the
  • 00:11:40.210 --> 00:11:42.050
  • nutritional label, the way that
  • 00:11:42.050 --> 00:11:43.070
  • the contents are listed, what is
  • 00:11:43.070 --> 00:11:45.200
  • most in the product comes first.
  • 00:11:45.200 --> 00:11:48.060
  • So it works in descending order.
  • 00:11:48.060 --> 00:11:50.060
  • So whatever is first, whether
  • 00:11:50.060 --> 00:11:51.190
  • it's sugar, flour, whatever it
  • 00:11:51.190 --> 00:11:53.220
  • is, whatever is first, that's in
  • 00:11:53.220 --> 00:11:55.280
  • greatest concentration, and then
  • 00:11:55.280 --> 00:11:57.060
  • it descends.
  • 00:11:57.060 --> 00:11:58.170
  • So when you're going and looking
  • 00:11:58.170 --> 00:11:59.220
  • at your foods or your drinks,
  • 00:11:59.220 --> 00:12:01.070
  • just turn the label over.
  • 00:12:01.070 --> 00:12:02.290
  • Don't be intimidated, right?
  • 00:12:02.290 --> 00:12:04.120
  • They make--people are very
  • 00:12:04.120 --> 00:12:05.210
  • intimidated by what these labels
  • 00:12:05.210 --> 00:12:07.120
  • look like.
  • 00:12:07.120 --> 00:12:08.030
  • They say, "Well, I'm not
  • 00:12:08.030 --> 00:12:08.210
  • a chemist.
  • 00:12:08.210 --> 00:12:09.070
  • How do I know?"
  • 00:12:09.070 --> 00:12:09.290
  • No, no, no.
  • 00:12:09.290 --> 00:12:10.240
  • I'm gonna tell you today that
  • 00:12:10.240 --> 00:12:12.120
  • you don't have to be
  • 00:12:12.120 --> 00:12:13.080
  • intimidated, that you can go
  • 00:12:13.080 --> 00:12:14.230
  • into a store and look at the
  • 00:12:14.230 --> 00:12:16.210
  • back of a label and make some
  • 00:12:16.210 --> 00:12:18.050
  • basic sense of it.
  • 00:12:18.050 --> 00:12:19.170
  • Look at those chemicals.
  • 00:12:19.170 --> 00:12:21.020
  • Look at the contents and see
  • 00:12:21.020 --> 00:12:22.220
  • what it is.
  • 00:12:22.220 --> 00:12:23.120
  • if it's more than five or six,
  • 00:12:23.120 --> 00:12:24.100
  • it's probably not good.
  • 00:12:24.100 --> 00:12:26.070
  • If there are too many things
  • 00:12:26.070 --> 00:12:27.040
  • you can't pronounce,
  • 00:12:27.040 --> 00:12:28.000
  • it's also probably not good.
  • 00:12:28.000 --> 00:12:29.190
  • That is the way you have to be
  • 00:12:29.190 --> 00:12:31.050
  • a better food detective.
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  • - Scott: Yeah, gotcha.
  • 00:12:32.090 --> 00:12:32.280
  • Yeah, like that.
  • 00:12:32.280 --> 00:12:33.260
  • And once those chemicals are in
  • 00:12:33.260 --> 00:12:35.220
  • your system, I mean, we're
  • 00:12:35.220 --> 00:12:37.040
  • seeing all kind of effects.
  • 00:12:37.040 --> 00:12:38.110
  • I know, even in practice, I see
  • 00:12:38.110 --> 00:12:39.230
  • so many kids today with ADD,
  • 00:12:39.230 --> 00:12:42.160
  • ADHD, all kind of neurological
  • 00:12:42.160 --> 00:12:44.270
  • these things are excitotoxins
  • 00:12:47.080 --> 00:12:48.120
  • which means that they damage
  • 00:12:48.120 --> 00:12:49.250
  • nerve cells in the brain,
  • 00:12:49.250 --> 00:12:51.130
  • you know.
  • 00:12:51.130 --> 00:12:52.180
  • So you're actually getting,
  • 00:12:52.180 --> 00:12:53.140
  • no offense, but brain damage
  • 00:12:53.140 --> 00:12:54.220
  • from eating chemicals.
  • 00:12:54.220 --> 00:12:55.250
  • We know that your body
  • 00:12:55.250 --> 00:12:57.030
  • stores these tissues.
  • 00:12:57.030 --> 00:12:58.060
  • microscopes and better science,
  • 00:13:00.280 --> 00:13:02.250
  • that we can detect that they
  • 00:13:02.250 --> 00:13:04.240
  • cause changes in DNA and then
  • 00:13:04.240 --> 00:13:07.030
  • when that DNA replicates, it
  • 00:13:07.030 --> 00:13:08.140
  • doesn't replicate the healthy
  • 00:13:08.140 --> 00:13:09.150
  • cell.
  • 00:13:09.150 --> 00:13:10.090
  • It replicates a diseased cell.
  • 00:13:10.090 --> 00:13:12.130
  • So all these disease processes
  • 00:13:12.130 --> 00:13:13.280
  • are running rampant and so I
  • 00:13:13.280 --> 00:13:15.170
  • appreciate what you're saying
  • 00:13:15.170 --> 00:13:16.190
  • because you're trying to arm the
  • 00:13:16.190 --> 00:13:18.080
  • average consumer with, like you
  • 00:13:18.080 --> 00:13:20.120
  • said, block the intimidation
  • 00:13:20.120 --> 00:13:22.090
  • factor that, no, there's some
  • 00:13:22.090 --> 00:13:23.240
  • things you can just say, "No,"
  • 00:13:23.240 --> 00:13:25.020
  • to as a step one, yeah.
  • 00:13:25.020 --> 00:13:26.260
  • - Ian: Well, let's talk about
  • 00:13:26.260 --> 00:13:27.250
  • toxins for a second, okay?
  • 00:13:27.250 --> 00:13:29.090
  • So toxins are things, are
  • 00:13:29.090 --> 00:13:31.120
  • chemicals, that have adverse
  • 00:13:31.120 --> 00:13:34.070
  • reactions inside of your body.
  • 00:13:34.070 --> 00:13:36.230
  • Toxins are taken in in a variety
  • 00:13:37.160 --> 00:13:40.160
  • of ways.
  • 00:13:40.160 --> 00:13:41.130
  • You breathe in toxins, you know,
  • 00:13:41.130 --> 00:13:43.210
  • and pollutants.
  • 00:13:43.210 --> 00:13:44.160
  • You ingest, whether it's through
  • 00:13:44.160 --> 00:13:47.050
  • food or water, toxins.
  • 00:13:47.050 --> 00:13:48.140
  • And you also can have toxins
  • 00:13:48.140 --> 00:13:50.190
  • through contamination through
  • 00:13:50.190 --> 00:13:52.110
  • your skin because you can still
  • 00:13:52.110 --> 00:13:53.240
  • get things to come through your
  • 00:13:53.240 --> 00:13:55.030
  • pores, right?
  • 00:13:55.030 --> 00:13:55.260
  • So we take in
  • 00:13:55.260 --> 00:13:57.210
  • toxins all the time.
  • 00:13:57.210 --> 00:13:58.200
  • But here are other toxins, by
  • 00:13:58.200 --> 00:13:59.150
  • the way.
  • 00:13:59.150 --> 00:14:00.100
  • When the body is going through
  • 00:14:00.100 --> 00:14:02.040
  • the normal process of
  • 00:14:02.040 --> 00:14:03.110
  • metabolizing--that means
  • 00:14:03.110 --> 00:14:05.130
  • breaking down something we eat
  • 00:14:05.130 --> 00:14:06.290
  • or drink, the body does that.
  • 00:14:06.290 --> 00:14:08.200
  • We metabolize things, whether
  • 00:14:08.200 --> 00:14:10.100
  • it's alcohol, whether it's a
  • 00:14:10.100 --> 00:14:11.220
  • piece of bread or a cookie.
  • 00:14:11.220 --> 00:14:12.280
  • Whatever we have, our body has
  • 00:14:12.280 --> 00:14:14.170
  • to break it down so that we can
  • 00:14:14.170 --> 00:14:16.090
  • use it.
  • 00:14:16.090 --> 00:14:17.040
  • In the normal process of
  • 00:14:17.040 --> 00:14:19.070
  • metabolism, the body produces
  • 00:14:19.070 --> 00:14:21.270
  • toxins, actually.
  • 00:14:21.270 --> 00:14:23.170
  • They're byproducts.
  • 00:14:23.170 --> 00:14:24.250
  • They--it's not the body wants to
  • 00:14:24.250 --> 00:14:26.090
  • do it, but it just happens to be
  • 00:14:26.090 --> 00:14:27.250
  • one of those things that
  • 00:14:27.250 --> 00:14:28.210
  • happens.
  • 00:14:28.210 --> 00:14:29.100
  • It's a byproduct of just an
  • 00:14:29.100 --> 00:14:30.170
  • end product.
  • 00:14:30.170 --> 00:14:31.150
  • But the body has a fantastic way
  • 00:14:31.150 --> 00:14:33.160
  • of eliminating these toxins.
  • 00:14:33.160 --> 00:14:35.240
  • And the biggest detoxifying
  • 00:14:35.240 --> 00:14:37.220
  • organ is the liver.
  • 00:14:37.220 --> 00:14:39.220
  • The liver scrubs our blood.
  • 00:14:39.220 --> 00:14:41.230
  • And it takes all these things
  • 00:14:41.230 --> 00:14:43.020
  • that accumulated because of
  • 00:14:43.020 --> 00:14:44.260
  • the metabolic process,
  • 00:14:44.260 --> 00:14:46.230
  • and it gets rid of them.
  • 00:14:46.230 --> 00:14:48.140
  • But our kidneys do it, which is
  • 00:14:48.140 --> 00:14:50.010
  • why we pee.
  • 00:14:50.010 --> 00:14:51.050
  • Our skin does it when we sweat.
  • 00:14:51.050 --> 00:14:53.160
  • Our lungs do it also when we
  • 00:14:53.160 --> 00:14:55.090
  • breathe.
  • 00:14:55.090 --> 00:14:56.200
  • So we have a lot of natural ways
  • 00:14:56.200 --> 00:14:57.210
  • to get rid of these toxins, but
  • 00:14:57.210 --> 00:14:59.080
  • here's the key.
  • 00:14:59.080 --> 00:15:00.160
  • The key is that the one toxin by
  • 00:15:00.160 --> 00:15:03.140
  • itself is probably not going to
  • 00:15:03.140 --> 00:15:04.230
  • be a problem.
  • 00:15:04.230 --> 00:15:05.270
  • The one toxin by itself
  • 00:15:05.270 --> 00:15:07.020
  • accumulating for a month is not
  • 00:15:07.020 --> 00:15:08.210
  • going to be a problem.
  • 00:15:08.210 --> 00:15:10.050
  • What we have a problem with is
  • 00:15:10.050 --> 00:15:12.040
  • we spend years accumulating
  • 00:15:12.040 --> 00:15:14.240
  • these toxins that are stored in
  • 00:15:14.240 --> 00:15:16.220
  • our tissues.
  • 00:15:16.220 --> 00:15:18.180
  • And what happens is the level
  • 00:15:18.180 --> 00:15:21.000
  • goes up, up, up, up, up.
  • 00:15:21.000 --> 00:15:23.000
  • Finally, the aggregate amount of
  • 00:15:23.000 --> 00:15:25.090
  • toxins, the accumulation of
  • 00:15:25.090 --> 00:15:27.070
  • toxins, becomes hazardous to our
  • 00:15:27.070 --> 00:15:29.090
  • bodies.
  • 00:15:29.090 --> 00:15:30.130
  • So what I try to tell people all
  • 00:15:30.130 --> 00:15:31.190
  • the time is, "Let's try to
  • 00:15:31.190 --> 00:15:33.170
  • reduce the amount of toxins
  • 00:15:33.170 --> 00:15:36.040
  • we're putting into our body.
  • 00:15:36.040 --> 00:15:37.290
  • But let's also work on getting
  • 00:15:37.290 --> 00:15:40.060
  • toxins out of our body," right?
  • 00:15:40.060 --> 00:15:42.240
  • And so when you talk about
  • 00:15:45.230 --> 00:15:46.140
  • chemicals, these chemicals, they
  • 00:15:46.140 --> 00:15:48.080
  • by themselves may not be toxic
  • 00:15:48.190 --> 00:15:51.190
  • but when we metabolize them and
  • 00:15:51.190 --> 00:15:54.080
  • our body's working with them,
  • 00:15:54.080 --> 00:15:56.020
  • we may produce more toxins and
  • 00:15:56.020 --> 00:15:58.050
  • that's why we have to realize
  • 00:15:58.050 --> 00:15:59.280
  • that it's toxic accumulation
  • 00:15:59.280 --> 00:16:02.140
  • that becomes a problem and we
  • 00:16:02.140 --> 00:16:04.220
  • need to get in front of it to
  • 00:16:04.220 --> 00:16:05.220
  • make sure we don't accumulate it
  • 00:16:05.220 --> 00:16:07.080
  • or, if we are accumulating it,
  • 00:16:07.080 --> 00:16:08.150
  • to deplete those stores of
  • 00:16:08.150 --> 00:16:09.230
  • toxins.
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  • - Dr. Paul Ling Tai: There are
  • 00:16:10.280 --> 00:16:11.200
  • some very natural
  • 00:16:11.200 --> 00:16:13.020
  • super-antioxidants,
  • 00:16:13.020 --> 00:16:14.200
  • both in terms of coming from
  • 00:16:14.200 --> 00:16:17.020
  • the food as well as internally.
  • 00:16:17.070 --> 00:16:20.070
  • Now, let's talk about
  • 00:16:20.070 --> 00:16:20.290
  • The great foods are the ones
  • 00:16:23.030 --> 00:16:25.140
  • that can neutralize all of
  • 00:16:25.140 --> 00:16:27.180
  • the toxins in your body.
  • 00:16:27.180 --> 00:16:29.180
  • For example, I'll give you a
  • 00:16:29.180 --> 00:16:30.230
  • great one.
  • 00:16:30.230 --> 00:16:32.030
  • All of the cabbage.
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  • Don't look at it from all of the
  • 00:16:34.100 --> 00:16:36.100
  • history of all the different
  • 00:16:36.100 --> 00:16:38.100
  • countries.
  • 00:16:38.100 --> 00:16:39.110
  • They all have some kind of
  • 00:16:39.110 --> 00:16:41.210
  • cabbage, whether it is in
  • 00:16:41.210 --> 00:16:43.120
  • Germany where they make all of
  • 00:16:43.120 --> 00:16:44.210
  • the sauerkraut or whether you go
  • 00:16:44.220 --> 00:16:47.220
  • all the way to Korea where they
  • 00:16:47.220 --> 00:16:50.220
  • make the kimchi, these are all
  • 00:16:50.220 --> 00:16:53.010
  • different kinds of cabbages.
  • 00:16:53.010 --> 00:16:54.290
  • Now, the cabbages have chrysin.
  • 00:16:54.290 --> 00:16:57.200
  • And the chrysin, when it goes
  • 00:16:57.200 --> 00:17:00.070
  • into your stomach, it gets
  • 00:17:00.070 --> 00:17:02.190
  • metabolized into 1-3 carbinol.
  • 00:17:02.190 --> 00:17:05.100
  • Now, what does it mean?
  • 00:17:05.100 --> 00:17:06.180
  • a super-detoxer.
  • 00:17:08.270 --> 00:17:11.110
  • It will take all of the toxins
  • 00:17:11.110 --> 00:17:13.090
  • in your body and it will detox
  • 00:17:13.090 --> 00:17:15.050
  • It will take the toxins and it
  • 00:17:18.290 --> 00:17:21.140
  • will neutralize it with inside
  • 00:17:21.140 --> 00:17:23.260
  • your body so that it makes it
  • 00:17:23.260 --> 00:17:26.170
  • safe for you.
  • 00:17:26.170 --> 00:17:27.080
  • Now, let me give another one
  • 00:17:27.080 --> 00:17:29.060
  • that is really, really powerful
  • 00:17:29.060 --> 00:17:30.060
  • and most people don't know about
  • 00:17:30.060 --> 00:17:30.280
  • this.
  • 00:17:30.280 --> 00:17:31.280
  • And that is your vitamin Bs.
  • 00:17:31.280 --> 00:17:34.130
  • So if you're taking any food
  • 00:17:34.130 --> 00:17:36.120
  • that has the super-B complexes
  • 00:17:36.120 --> 00:17:39.010
  • with it, so the real natural
  • 00:17:39.010 --> 00:17:41.110
  • super-foods, like the super-Bs,
  • 00:17:41.110 --> 00:17:44.030
  • they will be methylcobalamin.
  • 00:17:44.280 --> 00:17:47.280
  • Why are they super-foods?
  • 00:17:47.280 --> 00:17:49.280
  • It's because you can take any
  • 00:17:49.280 --> 00:17:51.030
  • toxins in your body and,
  • 00:17:51.030 --> 00:17:52.260
  • if I can attach a methyl to it,
  • 00:17:52.270 --> 00:17:55.270
  • voila, it becomes now neutral.
  • 00:17:57.050 --> 00:18:00.070
  • It neutralizes.
  • 00:18:00.070 --> 00:18:02.020
  • That is why the super-foods are
  • 00:18:04.040 --> 00:18:05.250
  • so important.
  • 00:18:05.250 --> 00:18:07.110
  • - Scott: So first, Dr. Ian, you
  • 00:18:07.110 --> 00:18:08.170
  • were talking about the liver.
  • 00:18:08.170 --> 00:18:10.100
  • We know that's the big filter.
  • 00:18:10.100 --> 00:18:11.170
  • And tell us a little bit about
  • 00:18:11.170 --> 00:18:12.280
  • how that scrubs and what can we
  • 00:18:12.280 --> 00:18:14.170
  • do to, you know, help that liver
  • 00:18:14.170 --> 00:18:16.000
  • do the job a little better,
  • 00:18:16.000 --> 00:18:16.230
  • if you can.
  • 00:18:16.230 --> 00:18:17.280
  • - Ian: So the liver, as you
  • 00:18:17.280 --> 00:18:18.180
  • know, has a system called
  • 00:18:18.180 --> 00:18:19.140
  • cytochrome P450, okay?
  • 00:18:19.140 --> 00:18:21.260
  • And, right, and this helps the
  • 00:18:21.260 --> 00:18:22.240
  • liver do what it really does.
  • 00:18:22.240 --> 00:18:25.090
  • But research has shown that
  • 00:18:25.090 --> 00:18:27.050
  • different types of foods can
  • 00:18:27.050 --> 00:18:29.100
  • in the liver that facilitate,
  • 00:18:32.080 --> 00:18:35.060
  • that hasten, that improve, the
  • 00:18:35.060 --> 00:18:37.000
  • liver's ability to detoxify,
  • 00:18:38.080 --> 00:18:41.080
  • right?
  • 00:18:41.080 --> 00:18:41.280
  • So natural foods that we eat,
  • 00:18:41.280 --> 00:18:43.240
  • natural foods--lemons, for
  • 00:18:43.240 --> 00:18:45.150
  • example, have it, broccoli.
  • 00:18:45.150 --> 00:18:47.150
  • There are natural foods that we
  • 00:18:47.150 --> 00:18:49.050
  • eat and I put it in my book
  • 00:18:49.050 --> 00:18:50.130
  • called "The Shred Power
  • 00:18:50.130 --> 00:18:51.160
  • Cleanse."
  • 00:18:51.160 --> 00:18:52.060
  • Inside the book I give
  • 00:18:52.060 --> 00:18:53.100
  • you a list of foods that will
  • 00:18:53.100 --> 00:18:55.200
  • naturally detoxify you.
  • 00:18:55.200 --> 00:18:57.140
  • And what I mean by that is
  • 00:18:57.140 --> 00:18:58.260
  • they'll do two things: one, they
  • 00:18:58.260 --> 00:19:00.030
  • will either activate liver
  • 00:19:00.030 --> 00:19:02.080
  • enzymes that will help clean
  • 00:19:02.080 --> 00:19:04.070
  • your system better or, number
  • 00:19:04.070 --> 00:19:05.170
  • two, they will bind to the
  • 00:19:05.170 --> 00:19:07.090
  • toxins.
  • 00:19:07.090 --> 00:19:09.180
  • They will actually create a
  • 00:19:09.180 --> 00:19:11.040
  • binding substrate, a binding
  • 00:19:11.040 --> 00:19:13.030
  • platform, for the toxins that
  • 00:19:13.030 --> 00:19:14.160
  • you will eliminate through your
  • 00:19:14.160 --> 00:19:16.150
  • system, okay?
  • 00:19:16.150 --> 00:19:18.030
  • Because remember, your gut is
  • 00:19:18.030 --> 00:19:19.070
  • how we get a lot of things out.
  • 00:19:19.070 --> 00:19:21.160
  • That's a great detoxifier also,
  • 00:19:21.160 --> 00:19:22.260
  • okay?
  • 00:19:22.260 --> 00:19:23.160
  • We need to be able to eliminate
  • 00:19:23.160 --> 00:19:25.000
  • to get rid of these bad things.
  • 00:19:25.000 --> 00:19:26.070
  • So the liver is one way to do
  • 00:19:26.070 --> 00:19:27.240
  • it.
  • 00:19:27.240 --> 00:19:28.090
  • We activate enzymes in the
  • 00:19:28.090 --> 00:19:29.150
  • liver, we--now, remember
  • 00:19:29.150 --> 00:19:30.280
  • something.
  • 00:19:30.280 --> 00:19:31.170
  • I tell people, "Your body is
  • 00:19:31.170 --> 00:19:33.080
  • great at detoxifying naturally.
  • 00:19:33.080 --> 00:19:35.270
  • God--listen, of all the machines
  • 00:19:35.270 --> 00:19:38.250
  • that have been built, airplanes,
  • 00:19:38.250 --> 00:19:41.030
  • expensive cars, computers, there
  • 00:19:41.030 --> 00:19:43.190
  • is no greater machine that has
  • 00:19:43.190 --> 00:19:45.290
  • been built than the body that
  • 00:19:45.290 --> 00:19:47.260
  • God built."
  • 00:19:47.260 --> 00:19:48.210
  • - Scott: Yeah, amen on that.
  • 00:19:48.210 --> 00:19:49.150
  • - Ian: It is unbelievable and
  • 00:19:49.150 --> 00:19:50.090
  • you know this.
  • 00:19:50.090 --> 00:19:51.110
  • And I wish that I could really
  • 00:19:51.110 --> 00:19:52.210
  • show people how amazing the body
  • 00:19:53.160 --> 00:19:56.160
  • is through systems and feedbacks
  • 00:19:56.160 --> 00:19:58.220
  • and all this kind--it's just how
  • 00:19:58.220 --> 00:20:00.010
  • the body works together,
  • 00:20:00.010 --> 00:20:01.070
  • it's--even as much as you and I
  • 00:20:01.070 --> 00:20:03.040
  • know, I'm still amazed at
  • 00:20:03.040 --> 00:20:04.040
  • the--like, who could think of
  • 00:20:04.040 --> 00:20:05.290
  • this stuff, right?
  • 00:20:05.290 --> 00:20:06.210
  • But here's the key.
  • 00:20:06.210 --> 00:20:08.150
  • The body does do a great job of
  • 00:20:08.150 --> 00:20:10.050
  • detoxifying naturally, but we do
  • 00:20:10.050 --> 00:20:12.200
  • a very bad job of helping
  • 00:20:12.200 --> 00:20:15.200
  • the body to detoxify.
  • 00:20:15.200 --> 00:20:18.000
  • We overwhelm it by eating bad
  • 00:20:18.000 --> 00:20:19.190
  • things, by not moving,
  • 00:20:19.190 --> 00:20:22.050
  • by not sleeping.
  • 00:20:22.050 --> 00:20:23.170
  • All of these things slow down
  • 00:20:23.170 --> 00:20:25.230
  • our system, right?
  • 00:20:25.230 --> 00:20:27.060
  • Sleeping is also a detoxifier,
  • 00:20:27.060 --> 00:20:29.030
  • by the way.
  • 00:20:29.030 --> 00:20:29.200
  • Why is that?
  • 00:20:29.200 --> 00:20:30.090
  • Sleeping is important because it
  • 00:20:30.090 --> 00:20:31.140
  • is about a period of
  • 00:20:31.140 --> 00:20:32.230
  • restoration.
  • 00:20:32.230 --> 00:20:33.270
  • And America is walking around
  • 00:20:33.270 --> 00:20:35.190
  • tired because 80% of Americans
  • 00:20:35.190 --> 00:20:38.080
  • are not getting enough sleep.
  • 00:20:38.080 --> 00:20:40.180
  • And so some say, "Well, that's
  • 00:20:40.180 --> 00:20:42.010
  • okay, you know.
  • 00:20:42.010 --> 00:20:43.100
  • I gotta go to work, I got this
  • 00:20:43.100 --> 00:20:44.180
  • to do, that to do."
  • 00:20:44.180 --> 00:20:45.270
  • But the lack of sleep is also
  • 00:20:45.270 --> 00:20:48.010
  • weighing down your body.
  • 00:20:48.010 --> 00:20:49.240
  • If you are not giving your body
  • 00:20:49.240 --> 00:20:51.060
  • a tune-up by sleeping well, by
  • 00:20:51.060 --> 00:20:53.050
  • eating better, and by
  • 00:20:53.050 --> 00:20:55.090
  • moving--you and I like to work
  • 00:20:55.090 --> 00:20:57.050
  • out a lot.
  • 00:20:57.050 --> 00:20:57.290
  • If you're not moving properly,
  • 00:20:57.290 --> 00:21:00.020
  • that also becomes deleterious
  • 00:21:00.020 --> 00:21:02.050
  • to your overall health.
  • 00:21:02.050 --> 00:21:04.100
  • - Scott: Sure, and, you know,
  • 00:21:04.100 --> 00:21:05.130
  • talking about sleeping, because
  • 00:21:05.130 --> 00:21:08.120
  • it's, oh, sleep meds, there are
  • 00:21:08.120 --> 00:21:10.110
  • so many people when I go through
  • 00:21:10.110 --> 00:21:11.120
  • my patient histories that are on
  • 00:21:11.120 --> 00:21:13.060
  • all these sleep medicines and
  • 00:21:13.060 --> 00:21:14.110
  • they're highly addictive.
  • 00:21:14.110 --> 00:21:15.230
  • Some of the most addictive
  • 00:21:15.230 --> 00:21:16.160
  • medications that there are.
  • 00:21:16.160 --> 00:21:17.150
  • And we know now by research that
  • 00:21:17.150 --> 00:21:20.030
  • that comes from inflammation of
  • 00:21:20.030 --> 00:21:22.050
  • the brain.
  • 00:21:22.050 --> 00:21:23.010
  • And a lot of that inflammation
  • 00:21:23.010 --> 00:21:24.030
  • is coming from the oxidation of
  • 00:21:24.030 --> 00:21:25.210
  • these chemicals that is exactly
  • 00:21:25.210 --> 00:21:27.220
  • what we're talking about,
  • 00:21:27.220 --> 00:21:28.210
  • especially, like you said,
  • 00:21:28.210 --> 00:21:29.220
  • you mentioned liver.
  • 00:21:29.220 --> 00:21:30.180
  • I have a good friend, KC Craichy
  • 00:21:30.180 --> 00:21:32.170
  • who is founder of LivingFuel,
  • 00:21:32.170 --> 00:21:34.230
  • and he has some real interesting
  • 00:21:34.230 --> 00:21:36.160
  • work on amino acids.
  • 00:21:36.160 --> 00:21:37.240
  • And amino acids are a part of
  • 00:21:38.070 --> 00:21:41.070
  • the liver, as you well know,
  • 00:21:41.070 --> 00:21:42.120
  • that are the phase two.
  • 00:21:42.120 --> 00:21:43.250
  • The cytochrome's the front end;
  • 00:21:43.250 --> 00:21:44.270
  • the second two is the
  • 00:21:44.270 --> 00:21:45.260
  • conjugation pathways, which is
  • 00:21:45.260 --> 00:21:47.020
  • where the amino acid pools work.
  • 00:21:47.020 --> 00:21:49.000
  • And so a lot of times when we're
  • 00:21:49.000 --> 00:21:51.050
  • gonna be--which I know we'll
  • 00:21:51.050 --> 00:21:52.200
  • probably venture into this in
  • 00:21:52.200 --> 00:21:53.230
  • a few moments, but as you're
  • 00:21:53.230 --> 00:21:54.260
  • eating more protein-type foods
  • 00:21:54.260 --> 00:21:56.090
  • that break down into amino acids
  • 00:21:56.090 --> 00:21:57.290
  • and even with the entry of amino
  • 00:21:57.290 --> 00:21:59.250
  • acids, that it also enhances
  • 00:21:59.250 --> 00:22:01.270
  • the detox, so you're not only
  • 00:22:01.270 --> 00:22:03.100
  • getting benefit of, in many
  • 00:22:03.100 --> 00:22:04.020
  • cases, weight loss, which is
  • 00:22:04.020 --> 00:22:06.070
  • what people want.
  • 00:22:06.070 --> 00:22:07.090
  • But they also get the desirous
  • 00:22:07.090 --> 00:22:08.110
  • effects of taking out the
  • 00:22:08.110 --> 00:22:10.050
  • realize that doing a proper
  • 00:22:12.070 --> 00:22:13.280
  • detox over a systemic period of
  • 00:22:13.280 --> 00:22:15.160
  • time can reduce this
  • 00:22:15.160 --> 00:22:17.090
  • inflammation oxidation in brain
  • 00:22:17.090 --> 00:22:19.140
  • and you'll sleep better.
  • 00:22:19.140 --> 00:22:20.280
  • You won't have to take the meds.
  • 00:22:20.280 --> 00:22:22.170
  • - Ian: I like when you said,
  • 00:22:22.170 --> 00:22:23.230
  • "A proper detox."
  • 00:22:23.230 --> 00:22:25.120
  • I wanna touch on that
  • 00:22:25.120 --> 00:22:26.020
  • for a second, if I can.
  • 00:22:26.020 --> 00:22:27.010
  • means drinking these exotic
  • 00:22:30.280 --> 00:22:33.280
  • liquids that have all these
  • 00:22:33.280 --> 00:22:36.120
  • unpronounceable chemicals in
  • 00:22:36.120 --> 00:22:38.040
  • there and that is gonna
  • 00:22:38.040 --> 00:22:39.250
  • be--that's what detox means.
  • 00:22:39.250 --> 00:22:41.210
  • I am a huge proponent and
  • 00:22:41.270 --> 00:22:44.270
  • my book is all about
  • 00:22:44.270 --> 00:22:46.170
  • an eating detox.
  • 00:22:46.170 --> 00:22:48.290
  • Okay, here's the--
  • 00:22:48.290 --> 00:22:50.070
  • here it is now.
  • 00:22:50.070 --> 00:22:51.150
  • Eating foods that
  • 00:22:51.150 --> 00:22:53.190
  • naturally--regular foods that
  • 00:22:53.190 --> 00:22:55.010
  • God put here.
  • 00:22:55.010 --> 00:22:56.050
  • Eating these foods that will
  • 00:22:56.050 --> 00:22:57.210
  • naturally cleanse your system,
  • 00:22:57.210 --> 00:22:59.280
  • rather than trying to find all
  • 00:23:00.050 --> 00:23:03.050
  • it sounds weird and strange and
  • 00:23:05.080 --> 00:23:07.180
  • highly intellectual,
  • 00:23:07.180 --> 00:23:09.120
  • and then thinking that's
  • 00:23:09.120 --> 00:23:10.080
  • gonna clean your system out.
  • 00:23:10.080 --> 00:23:11.220
  • it's all about eating because
  • 00:23:14.040 --> 00:23:16.030
  • I--all my research, I never
  • 00:23:16.030 --> 00:23:17.280
  • found anywhere where it said in
  • 00:23:17.280 --> 00:23:19.180
  • order to detoxify your body you
  • 00:23:19.180 --> 00:23:21.030
  • can't eat.
  • 00:23:21.030 --> 00:23:22.250
  • I didn't find anywhere where it
  • 00:23:22.250 --> 00:23:24.100
  • says in order to detoxify your
  • 00:23:24.100 --> 00:23:25.150
  • body it had to be all liquid or
  • 00:23:25.150 --> 00:23:26.250
  • that you have to starve
  • 00:23:26.250 --> 00:23:28.060
  • yourself.
  • 00:23:28.060 --> 00:23:29.000
  • And a lot of these detox
  • 00:23:29.000 --> 00:23:30.020
  • programs that are out there that
  • 00:23:30.020 --> 00:23:31.080
  • are popular, are starvation
  • 00:23:31.080 --> 00:23:33.000
  • programs.
  • 00:23:33.000 --> 00:23:34.050
  • And so they are malnourishing
  • 00:23:34.050 --> 00:23:36.110
  • themselves.
  • 00:23:36.110 --> 00:23:37.150
  • What I said was, "Hold on, guys.
  • 00:23:37.150 --> 00:23:39.070
  • Let's create a plan where people
  • 00:23:39.160 --> 00:23:42.160
  • are eating clean food, farm to
  • 00:23:42.290 --> 00:23:45.290
  • table, clean food but they're
  • 00:23:45.290 --> 00:23:48.150
  • doing it in a way so they're
  • 00:23:48.150 --> 00:23:50.150
  • reducing toxins, they're
  • 00:23:50.150 --> 00:23:52.090
  • reducing all the potential end
  • 00:23:52.090 --> 00:23:53.260
  • products of metabolism, but
  • 00:23:53.260 --> 00:23:55.210
  • they're still nourished
  • 00:23:55.210 --> 00:23:57.080
  • properly.
  • 00:23:57.080 --> 00:23:58.100
  • They're still eating enough
  • 00:23:58.100 --> 00:23:59.100
  • calories."
  • 00:23:59.100 --> 00:23:59.290
  • You--your body has to
  • 00:23:59.290 --> 00:24:01.100
  • have a certain amount of
  • 00:24:01.100 --> 00:24:02.000
  • calories per day just to live,
  • 00:24:02.000 --> 00:24:03.120
  • right?
  • 00:24:03.120 --> 00:24:04.030
  • - Scott: Yes, to function
  • 00:24:04.030 --> 00:24:04.220
  • properly.
  • 00:24:04.220 --> 00:24:05.120
  • - Ian: Just to function.
  • 00:24:05.120 --> 00:24:06.070
  • I mean, you know, and it depends
  • 00:24:06.070 --> 00:24:07.010
  • on how big you are and your age,
  • 00:24:07.010 --> 00:24:08.020
  • you know, that's a different
  • 00:24:08.020 --> 00:24:08.220
  • conversation.
  • 00:24:08.220 --> 00:24:09.100
  • But let's say you take a guy
  • 00:24:09.100 --> 00:24:10.160
  • who's 5'10", 185 pounds.
  • 00:24:11.150 --> 00:24:14.150
  • Just to live that day, not run a
  • 00:24:14.240 --> 00:24:17.240
  • marathon, not run errands, but
  • 00:24:17.240 --> 00:24:20.020
  • just to exist that day, that guy
  • 00:24:20.020 --> 00:24:22.150
  • may need 2100 calories in order
  • 00:24:23.150 --> 00:24:26.150
  • to answer his need for energy,
  • 00:24:27.030 --> 00:24:30.030
  • all right?
  • 00:24:30.030 --> 00:24:30.220
  • What I'm saying to you is that
  • 00:24:30.220 --> 00:24:32.110
  • if we are going on these crazy
  • 00:24:32.110 --> 00:24:35.020
  • detoxes that are only giving you
  • 00:24:35.020 --> 00:24:37.070
  • 700 calories, 800 calories, hold
  • 00:24:37.170 --> 00:24:40.170
  • on for a second.
  • 00:24:40.170 --> 00:24:42.040
  • How are you going to be able to
  • 00:24:42.040 --> 00:24:44.000
  • carry out the things you need to
  • 00:24:44.000 --> 00:24:45.020
  • do?
  • 00:24:45.020 --> 00:24:45.230
  • properly?
  • 00:24:48.050 --> 00:24:48.230
  • How are you gonna get up and
  • 00:24:48.230 --> 00:24:49.190
  • have the energy to do what you
  • 00:24:49.190 --> 00:24:50.230
  • need to do?
  • 00:24:50.230 --> 00:24:51.140
  • You're not.
  • 00:24:51.140 --> 00:24:52.090
  • You become sluggish.
  • 00:24:52.090 --> 00:24:53.240
  • And so with the Shred Power
  • 00:24:53.240 --> 00:24:55.060
  • Cleanse, my detox is all about
  • 00:24:55.060 --> 00:24:57.050
  • taking natural foods, taking 11
  • 00:24:57.050 --> 00:25:00.060
  • what I call power ingredients,
  • 00:25:00.060 --> 00:25:01.260
  • things like chia seeds, flax
  • 00:25:01.260 --> 00:25:03.280
  • seed, hemp seed--
  • 00:25:03.280 --> 00:25:04.230
  • - Scott: Okay, let's take chia
  • 00:25:04.230 --> 00:25:05.150
  • seeds.
  • 00:25:05.150 --> 00:25:06.000
  • Now, I can just go down to the
  • 00:25:06.000 --> 00:25:07.010
  • store, get chia seeds?
  • 00:25:07.010 --> 00:25:08.170
  • - Ian: Yes, go right into
  • 00:25:08.170 --> 00:25:09.100
  • a store.
  • 00:25:09.100 --> 00:25:10.260
  • You can put chia--I like to put
  • 00:25:10.260 --> 00:25:12.160
  • mine in smoothies, by the way.
  • 00:25:12.160 --> 00:25:13.120
  • You know, so I take my chia
  • 00:25:13.120 --> 00:25:14.170
  • seeds--
  • 00:25:14.170 --> 00:25:15.090
  • - Scott: I know they're kinda
  • 00:25:15.090 --> 00:25:16.000
  • small so you like to put 'em in
  • 00:25:16.000 --> 00:25:16.260
  • stuff?
  • 00:25:16.260 --> 00:25:17.190
  • - Ian: Yes, they have a very
  • 00:25:17.190 --> 00:25:18.120
  • neutral taste, a very neutral
  • 00:25:18.120 --> 00:25:20.120
  • flavor.
  • 00:25:20.120 --> 00:25:21.010
  • You really can't taste it.
  • 00:25:21.010 --> 00:25:21.260
  • - Scott: Okay, what else you
  • 00:25:21.260 --> 00:25:22.220
  • got?
  • 00:25:22.220 --> 00:25:23.080
  • What other foods do you have?
  • 00:25:23.080 --> 00:25:23.290
  • - Ian: Flax seed is wonderful,
  • 00:25:23.290 --> 00:25:24.240
  • right?
  • 00:25:24.240 --> 00:25:25.160
  • Flax seed is a whole grain.
  • 00:25:25.160 --> 00:25:27.090
  • It is wonderful.
  • 00:25:27.090 --> 00:25:28.190
  • has omega-3 fats which you know
  • 00:25:30.270 --> 00:25:33.050
  • are great for the brain,
  • 00:25:33.050 --> 00:25:34.160
  • great for the heart.
  • 00:25:34.160 --> 00:25:35.170
  • So flax seed is wonderful.
  • 00:25:35.170 --> 00:25:37.050
  • Flax is one of those things also
  • 00:25:37.050 --> 00:25:38.050
  • you can put it into things.
  • 00:25:38.050 --> 00:25:40.010
  • Put it into your yogurt, put it
  • 00:25:40.010 --> 00:25:41.200
  • into your smoothie, into your
  • 00:25:41.200 --> 00:25:42.280
  • shake.
  • 00:25:42.280 --> 00:25:43.190
  • Swiss chard, for example, is
  • 00:25:43.190 --> 00:25:45.010
  • great.
  • 00:25:45.010 --> 00:25:46.080
  • No one talks about Swiss chard.
  • 00:25:46.080 --> 00:25:47.030
  • Everyone talks about kale, and
  • 00:25:47.030 --> 00:25:48.220
  • kale is great, but pound for
  • 00:25:48.220 --> 00:25:51.010
  • pound, Swiss chard is a much
  • 00:25:51.010 --> 00:25:52.230
  • more nutrient-dense green
  • 00:25:53.160 --> 00:25:56.160
  • than kale is.
  • 00:25:56.160 --> 00:25:58.290
  • And by the way, this is just a
  • 00:25:58.290 --> 00:25:59.210
  • 10-day program.
  • 00:25:59.210 --> 00:26:00.260
  • The other point I wanted to
  • 00:26:00.260 --> 00:26:01.230
  • make--
  • 00:26:01.230 --> 00:26:02.170
  • - Scott: Doable, very doable.
  • 00:26:02.170 --> 00:26:03.080
  • - Ian: Doable.
  • 00:26:03.080 --> 00:26:04.170
  • You should not go on any program
  • 00:26:04.170 --> 00:26:07.070
  • that is not sustainable.
  • 00:26:07.070 --> 00:26:09.120
  • The program has to be
  • 00:26:09.120 --> 00:26:10.110
  • affordable, it has to be
  • 00:26:10.110 --> 00:26:12.040
  • accessible, and it has to be
  • 00:26:12.040 --> 00:26:14.020
  • doable.
  • 00:26:14.020 --> 00:26:15.050
  • - Scott: Well, tell us a couple
  • 00:26:15.050 --> 00:26:15.280
  • more of those foods, you know,
  • 00:26:15.280 --> 00:26:16.290
  • that you were talking about, the
  • 00:26:16.290 --> 00:26:17.210
  • power foods 'cause, you know,
  • 00:26:17.210 --> 00:26:18.210
  • especially, that was informative
  • 00:26:18.210 --> 00:26:19.230
  • about the Swiss chard.
  • 00:26:19.230 --> 00:26:20.210
  • Like you say, it easily goes
  • 00:26:20.210 --> 00:26:22.000
  • unnoticed there in the grocery
  • 00:26:22.000 --> 00:26:23.100
  • counter when you're walking by.
  • 00:26:23.100 --> 00:26:24.210
  • Just maybe a couple more.
  • 00:26:24.210 --> 00:26:25.150
  • - Ian: My favorite are the
  • 00:26:25.150 --> 00:26:26.200
  • berries, right?
  • 00:26:26.200 --> 00:26:28.000
  • Berries are so full of
  • 00:26:28.000 --> 00:26:30.050
  • antioxidants that it's--you
  • 00:26:30.050 --> 00:26:33.020
  • know, blueberries and
  • 00:26:33.020 --> 00:26:35.060
  • strawberries.
  • 00:26:35.060 --> 00:26:36.030
  • The high level of antioxidants
  • 00:26:36.030 --> 00:26:38.170
  • as well as the fiber make it
  • 00:26:38.170 --> 00:26:41.100
  • such a powerful super-food.
  • 00:26:41.100 --> 00:26:43.050
  • Remember what our concept is.
  • 00:26:43.050 --> 00:26:44.220
  • Our concept is we wanna spend
  • 00:26:44.220 --> 00:26:47.070
  • as little energy or as little
  • 00:26:49.050 --> 00:26:52.050
  • calories and get more nutrition.
  • 00:26:52.050 --> 00:26:54.160
  • So the currency is calories.
  • 00:26:54.160 --> 00:26:56.150
  • I wanna spend, you know, 25
  • 00:26:56.150 --> 00:26:59.100
  • cents' worth of calories but get
  • 00:26:59.100 --> 00:27:01.020
  • $250 worth of nutrition, right?
  • 00:27:01.020 --> 00:27:03.190
  • That's called nutritional bang
  • 00:27:03.190 --> 00:27:04.250
  • for your buck.
  • 00:27:04.250 --> 00:27:05.230
  • And so you wanna have these
  • 00:27:05.230 --> 00:27:07.000
  • nutrient-dense--that means the
  • 00:27:07.000 --> 00:27:09.110
  • nutrients are really dense in
  • 00:27:09.110 --> 00:27:10.240
  • there but they don't cost you
  • 00:27:10.240 --> 00:27:12.140
  • a lot of calories.
  • 00:27:12.140 --> 00:27:13.210
  • They're not, you know, 500
  • 00:27:13.210 --> 00:27:15.010
  • calories for a cup of berries.
  • 00:27:15.010 --> 00:27:16.110
  • And so when you look at berries
  • 00:27:16.110 --> 00:27:17.240
  • doing something like that,
  • 00:27:17.240 --> 00:27:19.130
  • they're unbelievable because
  • 00:27:19.130 --> 00:27:20.290
  • they give you all this nutrition
  • 00:27:20.290 --> 00:27:22.210
  • but at such little cost, at such
  • 00:27:22.210 --> 00:27:24.280
  • caloric--and such little, by the
  • 00:27:24.280 --> 00:27:26.250
  • way, economic cost also.
  • 00:27:26.250 --> 00:27:27.290
  • People say it's expensive to eat
  • 00:27:27.290 --> 00:27:28.270
  • healthy.
  • 00:27:28.270 --> 00:27:29.210
  • Well, it's actually not that
  • 00:27:29.210 --> 00:27:31.080
  • expensive to eat healthy if you
  • 00:27:31.080 --> 00:27:32.070
  • eat--
  • 00:27:32.070 --> 00:27:33.050
  • - Scott: Comparative.
  • 00:27:33.050 --> 00:27:33.220
  • - Ian: Comparatively, if you
  • 00:27:33.220 --> 00:27:34.150
  • eat wisely.
  • 00:27:34.150 --> 00:27:36.000
  • So the berries is a whole
  • 00:27:36.000 --> 00:27:37.170
  • section that I talk about that
  • 00:27:37.170 --> 00:27:39.170
  • brings you all of this kind of
  • 00:27:39.170 --> 00:27:41.160
  • added value for what you're
  • 00:27:41.160 --> 00:27:43.100
  • trying to do.
  • 00:27:43.100 --> 00:27:44.060
  • But what I'm trying to say to
  • 00:27:44.060 --> 00:27:45.170
  • you is that we have to broaden
  • 00:27:45.170 --> 00:27:46.230
  • our palette and there are
  • 00:27:46.230 --> 00:27:48.070
  • different types of food that you
  • 00:27:48.070 --> 00:27:49.050
  • can add in because one of the
  • 00:27:49.050 --> 00:27:50.160
  • problems we reach is something
  • 00:27:50.160 --> 00:27:51.110
  • called food boredom.
  • 00:27:51.110 --> 00:27:52.180
  • And the reason why in my
  • 00:27:52.180 --> 00:27:54.000
  • foods is because nobody wants to
  • 00:27:56.020 --> 00:27:57.260
  • eat the same thing all the time.
  • 00:27:57.260 --> 00:27:59.160
  • Let me tell you a quick story if
  • 00:27:59.160 --> 00:28:00.190
  • I can.
  • 00:28:00.190 --> 00:28:01.070
  • I was doing a show called
  • 00:28:01.070 --> 00:28:02.230
  • "Celebrity Fit Club," and I was
  • 00:28:02.230 --> 00:28:04.000
  • the weight loss expert on the
  • 00:28:04.000 --> 00:28:05.090
  • show, okay?
  • 00:28:05.090 --> 00:28:06.150
  • And on the show, my job was to
  • 00:28:06.150 --> 00:28:09.130
  • prescribe a plan for weight
  • 00:28:09.130 --> 00:28:10.250
  • loss.
  • 00:28:10.250 --> 00:28:11.100
  • There was a psychiatrist,
  • 00:28:11.100 --> 00:28:13.030
  • psychologist, and there was a
  • 00:28:13.030 --> 00:28:13.290
  • workout guy.
  • 00:28:13.290 --> 00:28:15.040
  • My job was to give them the plan
  • 00:28:15.040 --> 00:28:16.200
  • to lose weight.
  • 00:28:16.200 --> 00:28:17.140
  • I would send it to L.A.,
  • 00:28:19.190 --> 00:28:20.200
  • we taped in Hollywood, and
  • 00:28:20.200 --> 00:28:21.180
  • the--they were losing weight by
  • 00:28:22.000 --> 00:28:25.000
  • the buckets.
  • 00:28:25.000 --> 00:28:26.260
  • But it was--they were eating
  • 00:28:26.260 --> 00:28:29.130
  • the same type of food.
  • 00:28:29.130 --> 00:28:30.160
  • And so week 1, "Dr. Ian,
  • 00:28:30.160 --> 00:28:33.040
  • I lost 5 pounds."
  • 00:28:33.040 --> 00:28:34.030
  • Week 2, "I lost 4 pounds."
  • 00:28:34.030 --> 00:28:35.130
  • Week 3, "I didn't
  • 00:28:35.130 --> 00:28:37.130
  • lose anything."
  • 00:28:37.130 --> 00:28:38.230
  • I said,
  • 00:28:38.230 --> 00:28:39.150
  • "You didn't lose anything?
  • 00:28:39.150 --> 00:28:40.140
  • Hm, interesting." I said, "What
  • 00:28:40.140 --> 00:28:41.070
  • did you eat in those different
  • 00:28:41.070 --> 00:28:42.040
  • weeks?"
  • 00:28:42.040 --> 00:28:43.050
  • "I ate the same thing.
  • 00:28:43.050 --> 00:28:44.060
  • I ate salmon and broccoli, same
  • 00:28:44.140 --> 00:28:47.140
  • thing, so why did I stop losing
  • 00:28:47.140 --> 00:28:48.260
  • weight?"
  • 00:28:48.260 --> 00:28:49.180
  • diversify your foods.
  • 00:28:51.290 --> 00:28:53.170
  • It wasn't that you were doing
  • 00:28:53.170 --> 00:28:54.250
  • something wrong.
  • 00:28:54.250 --> 00:28:56.130
  • You need to do a different
  • 00:28:56.130 --> 00:28:57.270
  • right, okay?
  • 00:28:57.270 --> 00:28:59.160
  • Salmon and broccoli?
  • 00:28:59.160 --> 00:29:01.030
  • Who's ever gonna complain about
  • 00:29:01.030 --> 00:29:02.120
  • the health benefits of that?
  • 00:29:02.120 --> 00:29:03.170
  • That's always gonna be healthy
  • 00:29:03.170 --> 00:29:04.110
  • but your body now has become
  • 00:29:04.110 --> 00:29:06.010
  • accustomed to eating the same
  • 00:29:06.010 --> 00:29:07.200
  • food.
  • 00:29:07.200 --> 00:29:08.210
  • And when your body becomes
  • 00:29:08.210 --> 00:29:09.220
  • accustomed, your body becomes
  • 00:29:09.220 --> 00:29:11.100
  • And so now, before where your
  • 00:29:14.050 --> 00:29:15.160
  • body was ripping through those
  • 00:29:15.160 --> 00:29:16.290
  • calories so you weren't keeping
  • 00:29:16.290 --> 00:29:18.130
  • the weight on, your body says,
  • 00:29:18.130 --> 00:29:19.150
  • "Ah, same food coming.
  • 00:29:19.150 --> 00:29:21.200
  • I know what's coming," and it
  • 00:29:21.200 --> 00:29:23.010
  • stops burning those calories as
  • 00:29:23.010 --> 00:29:24.130
  • well and, therefore, you now
  • 00:29:24.130 --> 00:29:25.230
  • start gaining that accumulation.
  • 00:29:25.230 --> 00:29:26.250
  • - Scott: You know, that's a
  • 00:29:26.250 --> 00:29:27.170
  • big--that's a big problem 'cause
  • 00:29:27.170 --> 00:29:28.230
  • I know a lot of people, that's
  • 00:29:28.230 --> 00:29:29.220
  • what they do.
  • 00:29:29.220 --> 00:29:30.100
  • They get stuck in a way of
  • 00:29:30.100 --> 00:29:31.100
  • eating, that type of thing.
  • 00:29:31.100 --> 00:29:32.100
  • I tell you something I have
  • 00:29:32.100 --> 00:29:33.060
  • noticed even in practice, is I
  • 00:29:33.060 --> 00:29:35.090
  • studies which means I'm testing
  • 00:29:37.210 --> 00:29:39.030
  • the gut for sensitivities, of
  • 00:29:39.030 --> 00:29:40.140
  • course you know that but for our
  • 00:29:40.140 --> 00:29:41.200
  • viewers' sake.
  • 00:29:41.200 --> 00:29:42.170
  • And that after people, you know,
  • 00:29:42.170 --> 00:29:44.110
  • they get their favorite foods,
  • 00:29:44.110 --> 00:29:45.270
  • that when I test their lab
  • 00:29:45.270 --> 00:29:47.260
  • results, that they're actually
  • 00:29:47.260 --> 00:29:50.140
  • sensitive to the things they
  • 00:29:50.140 --> 00:29:51.130
  • love the most, like you said,
  • 00:29:51.130 --> 00:29:52.270
  • because they've done the same
  • 00:29:52.270 --> 00:29:53.250
  • thing over and their body
  • 00:29:53.250 --> 00:29:54.260
  • actually starts coding it as
  • 00:29:54.260 --> 00:29:56.180
  • an invader.
  • 00:29:56.180 --> 00:29:57.150
  • So now, it's inflaming their gut
  • 00:29:57.150 --> 00:29:59.020
  • bringing, you know, good
  • 00:30:01.190 --> 00:30:02.200
  • promotion into the body.
  • 00:30:02.200 --> 00:30:03.160
  • It's actually a deterrent in the
  • 00:30:03.160 --> 00:30:04.230
  • body so--which is just going
  • 00:30:04.230 --> 00:30:05.290
  • along exactly with what you
  • 00:30:05.290 --> 00:30:07.090
  • said.
  • 00:30:07.090 --> 00:30:08.010
  • So, you know, I'm encouraging
  • 00:30:08.010 --> 00:30:09.250
  • you if you're watching, please
  • 00:30:09.250 --> 00:30:10.180
  • listen to what Dr. Ian's saying
  • 00:30:10.180 --> 00:30:12.130
  • because he's trying to tell you
  • 00:30:12.130 --> 00:30:13.170
  • that this pattern to eating,
  • 00:30:13.170 --> 00:30:15.000
  • it's gotta stop, and these
  • 00:30:15.000 --> 00:30:16.160
  • starvation diets, because it's
  • 00:30:17.040 --> 00:30:20.040
  • one of the two and I wanna
  • 00:30:20.040 --> 00:30:21.080
  • address this now if you don't
  • 00:30:21.080 --> 00:30:22.120
  • mind.
  • 00:30:22.120 --> 00:30:23.020
  • It's--fasting's a good thing.
  • 00:30:23.020 --> 00:30:24.260
  • Let's make sure we get that
  • 00:30:24.260 --> 00:30:25.240
  • said.
  • 00:30:25.240 --> 00:30:26.140
  • He's not saying when--to
  • 00:30:26.140 --> 00:30:28.070
  • starvation is--we're not
  • 00:30:28.070 --> 00:30:29.100
  • including fasting.
  • 00:30:29.100 --> 00:30:30.230
  • See, when you're just fasting,
  • 00:30:30.230 --> 00:30:31.200
  • you're just doing water, your
  • 00:30:31.200 --> 00:30:32.250
  • body will pull fat out of
  • 00:30:32.250 --> 00:30:33.220
  • storage and will use it, and
  • 00:30:33.220 --> 00:30:34.210
  • that's where you get your energy
  • 00:30:34.210 --> 00:30:35.290
  • and calories.
  • 00:30:35.290 --> 00:30:36.260
  • But if you tease it with 700,
  • 00:30:36.260 --> 00:30:38.210
  • 800 carbs in a starvation diet,
  • 00:30:38.210 --> 00:30:40.200
  • then it starts to rollercoaster
  • 00:30:40.200 --> 00:30:42.140
  • and it can't--it doesn't have
  • 00:30:42.140 --> 00:30:44.000
  • time to convert and so you're
  • 00:30:44.000 --> 00:30:45.170
  • malnourished, and that's what
  • 00:30:45.170 --> 00:30:46.210
  • he's saying.
  • 00:30:46.210 --> 00:30:47.120
  • So in all of these processes
  • 00:30:47.120 --> 00:30:49.140
  • that we're talking about here,
  • 00:30:49.140 --> 00:30:50.280
  • we want you to think about
  • 00:30:50.280 --> 00:30:52.040
  • nutrient-dense foods, making the
  • 00:30:52.040 --> 00:30:54.130
  • changes.
  • 00:30:54.130 --> 00:30:55.220
  • He's giving you super-foods to
  • 00:30:55.220 --> 00:30:56.240
  • use, which I think is just
  • 00:30:56.240 --> 00:30:57.280
  • wonderful the way you pointed
  • 00:30:57.280 --> 00:30:59.210
  • those out because they're so
  • 00:30:59.210 --> 00:31:01.050
  • overlooked.
  • 00:31:01.050 --> 00:31:02.140
  • And we're talking about
  • 00:31:02.140 --> 00:31:03.160
  • diversity and variety so far,
  • 00:31:03.160 --> 00:31:05.140
  • right?
  • 00:31:05.140 --> 00:31:06.060
  • - Ian: Absolutely, yes, hm-mm.
  • 00:31:06.060 --> 00:31:07.040
  • And here's the key, by the way.
  • 00:31:07.040 --> 00:31:08.040
  • - Scott: Those are mentioned in
  • 00:31:08.040 --> 00:31:09.060
  • his book, "Shred Power Cleanse,"
  • 00:31:09.060 --> 00:31:10.060
  • that you'll probably--
  • 00:31:10.060 --> 00:31:12.020
  • - Ian: Let's be clear.
  • 00:31:12.020 --> 00:31:13.060
  • Fasting is different than
  • 00:31:13.060 --> 00:31:14.050
  • detoxing, right?
  • 00:31:14.050 --> 00:31:15.230
  • It's very different, okay?
  • 00:31:15.230 --> 00:31:17.090
  • So, a fasting, you do a certain
  • 00:31:17.090 --> 00:31:18.240
  • way, like you say.
  • 00:31:18.240 --> 00:31:19.260
  • A fasting, you totally eliminate
  • 00:31:19.260 --> 00:31:21.190
  • large categories of food and you
  • 00:31:21.190 --> 00:31:23.150
  • rely on your fat storage to give
  • 00:31:23.150 --> 00:31:25.260
  • you the energy you need.
  • 00:31:25.260 --> 00:31:27.050
  • Once again, the amazing power of
  • 00:31:27.050 --> 00:31:28.040
  • the body, right?
  • 00:31:28.040 --> 00:31:29.170
  • Fat actually has use to it.
  • 00:31:29.170 --> 00:31:31.070
  • Obviously, you don't want too
  • 00:31:31.070 --> 00:31:32.030
  • much fat because that
  • 00:31:32.030 --> 00:31:33.020
  • becomes--but we do need some fat
  • 00:31:33.020 --> 00:31:34.200
  • in our body.
  • 00:31:34.200 --> 00:31:35.140
  • And so when you're fasting,
  • 00:31:35.140 --> 00:31:36.130
  • that's completely fine because
  • 00:31:36.130 --> 00:31:37.220
  • your body will draw into your
  • 00:31:37.220 --> 00:31:39.030
  • fat cells, take away that
  • 00:31:39.030 --> 00:31:40.250
  • energy, and use it so you can
  • 00:31:40.250 --> 00:31:42.000
  • get around.
  • 00:31:42.000 --> 00:31:42.250
  • Now, you don't wanna fast for 3
  • 00:31:42.250 --> 00:31:44.110
  • months, obviously, because at
  • 00:31:44.110 --> 00:31:46.000
  • some point your body's gonna run
  • 00:31:46.000 --> 00:31:47.160
  • out of energy, ability to get
  • 00:31:47.160 --> 00:31:49.000
  • energy.
  • 00:31:49.000 --> 00:31:49.160
  • But detoxing's completely
  • 00:31:49.160 --> 00:31:50.140
  • different.
  • 00:31:50.140 --> 00:31:51.030
  • So I don't want people to
  • 00:31:51.030 --> 00:31:51.240
  • it's fasting.
  • 00:31:53.290 --> 00:31:55.070
  • What I'm trying to say with a
  • 00:31:55.070 --> 00:31:56.140
  • detox is we are trying to eat
  • 00:31:56.140 --> 00:31:58.220
  • foods that will accelerate the
  • 00:31:58.220 --> 00:32:00.110
  • body's ability to get rid of the
  • 00:32:00.110 --> 00:32:03.080
  • toxins.
  • 00:32:03.080 --> 00:32:04.030
  • How often do you need to do it?
  • 00:32:04.030 --> 00:32:05.110
  • every 3 or 4 months it would be
  • 00:32:07.130 --> 00:32:09.090
  • great.
  • 00:32:09.090 --> 00:32:10.000
  • In my book, I did a weekend
  • 00:32:10.000 --> 00:32:10.220
  • detox.
  • 00:32:10.220 --> 00:32:11.230
  • It's a 3-day eating detox that
  • 00:32:11.230 --> 00:32:14.130
  • you do for the weekend.
  • 00:32:14.130 --> 00:32:15.150
  • People love it.
  • 00:32:15.150 --> 00:32:16.120
  • They lose 3 pounds in 3 days
  • 00:32:16.120 --> 00:32:17.220
  • but, more than the weight loss,
  • 00:32:17.220 --> 00:32:19.070
  • people say to me,
  • 00:32:19.070 --> 00:32:20.080
  • "My energy levels."
  • 00:32:20.080 --> 00:32:21.000
  • - Scott: Yeah, that's it.
  • 00:32:21.000 --> 00:32:21.210
  • That's it, the plague.
  • 00:32:21.210 --> 00:32:23.100
  • The plague of the low energy.
  • 00:32:23.100 --> 00:32:25.050
  • Everybody's suffering
  • 00:32:25.050 --> 00:32:25.270
  • with low energy.
  • 00:32:25.270 --> 00:32:26.180
  • - Ian: That's right, and they
  • 00:32:26.180 --> 00:32:27.110
  • say, "Dr. Ian,
  • 00:32:27.110 --> 00:32:28.010
  • I have not felt this good
  • 00:32:28.010 --> 00:32:29.100
  • in so long.
  • 00:32:29.100 --> 00:32:30.230
  • Why is--"
  • 00:32:30.230 --> 00:32:31.130
  • - Scott: For 3 days?
  • 00:32:31.130 --> 00:32:32.070
  • - Ian: For 3 days.
  • 00:32:32.070 --> 00:32:32.250
  • - Scott: Three days and they
  • 00:32:32.250 --> 00:32:33.230
  • feel better?
  • 00:32:33.230 --> 00:32:34.120
  • - Ian: Three days.
  • 00:32:34.120 --> 00:32:34.290
  • Why--
  • 00:32:34.290 --> 00:32:35.190
  • - Scott: See, everybody can do
  • 00:32:35.190 --> 00:32:36.110
  • this.
  • 00:32:36.110 --> 00:32:36.290
  • This is doable.
  • 00:32:36.290 --> 00:32:37.210
  • - Ian: Because you're removing
  • 00:32:37.210 --> 00:32:38.160
  • those toxins and those added
  • 00:32:38.160 --> 00:32:39.140
  • chemicals that are accumulating
  • 00:32:39.140 --> 00:32:41.020
  • and weighing you down, and you
  • 00:32:41.020 --> 00:32:42.110
  • are now adding all of these
  • 00:32:42.110 --> 00:32:44.050
  • foods that increase your energy
  • 00:32:44.050 --> 00:32:46.180
  • levels and they're so vibrant.
  • 00:32:46.180 --> 00:32:47.180
  • Forget about things like, you
  • 00:32:47.180 --> 00:32:48.240
  • know, these, you know, these
  • 00:32:48.240 --> 00:32:50.120
  • high-caffeine drinks.
  • 00:32:50.120 --> 00:32:51.210
  • You don't need that stuff,
  • 00:32:51.210 --> 00:32:52.200
  • right?
  • 00:32:52.200 --> 00:32:53.140
  • You don't need these
  • 00:32:53.140 --> 00:32:54.010
  • high-caffeine drinks.
  • 00:32:54.010 --> 00:32:54.250
  • There is enough energy in our
  • 00:32:54.250 --> 00:32:56.090
  • fruits and our vegetables that
  • 00:32:56.090 --> 00:32:58.080
  • volumes and the proper ratios
  • 00:33:00.120 --> 00:33:01.250
  • your energy, the way your skin
  • 00:33:01.250 --> 00:33:03.150
  • glows--on the show "Celebrity
  • 00:33:03.150 --> 00:33:04.290
  • Fit Club," Maureen McCormick who
  • 00:33:04.290 --> 00:33:06.120
  • played Marcia Brady, for
  • 00:33:06.120 --> 00:33:07.200
  • example, she was on the program.
  • 00:33:07.200 --> 00:33:10.010
  • And the one thing she kept
  • 00:33:10.010 --> 00:33:11.190
  • saying--she would step on
  • 00:33:11.190 --> 00:33:12.110
  • the scale every week.
  • 00:33:12.110 --> 00:33:13.060
  • We did our weigh-ins every week.
  • 00:33:13.060 --> 00:33:14.010
  • She would step on the scale
  • 00:33:14.010 --> 00:33:15.020
  • and she would say, "Dr. Ian,
  • 00:33:15.020 --> 00:33:16.260
  • My skin hasn't looked this good
  • 00:33:19.030 --> 00:33:20.080
  • in so long."
  • 00:33:20.080 --> 00:33:20.290
  • It's because these are God's
  • 00:33:20.290 --> 00:33:23.010
  • natural, natural chemicals.
  • 00:33:23.010 --> 00:33:25.100
  • These are God's natural foods
  • 00:33:25.100 --> 00:33:26.220
  • and nutrients that actually give
  • 00:33:26.220 --> 00:33:28.080
  • us that replenishment.
  • 00:33:28.080 --> 00:33:29.110
  • - Scott: Yeah, and looking at
  • 00:33:29.110 --> 00:33:30.110
  • the skin, like I said, skin is
  • 00:33:30.110 --> 00:33:31.270
  • one of the best indicators of
  • 00:33:31.270 --> 00:33:33.050
  • health anyway, and when you're
  • 00:33:33.050 --> 00:33:34.240
  • talking about, like, the OPCs
  • 00:33:34.240 --> 00:33:36.110
  • which are in your berries and
  • 00:33:36.110 --> 00:33:37.190
  • all these great antioxidants,
  • 00:33:37.190 --> 00:33:39.110
  • remember what we're saying is
  • 00:33:39.110 --> 00:33:40.180
  • when we use the term, just for
  • 00:33:40.180 --> 00:33:42.080
  • the viewers, when we're talking
  • 00:33:42.080 --> 00:33:43.140
  • about antioxidants, we're
  • 00:33:43.140 --> 00:33:45.020
  • talking about things that don't
  • 00:33:45.020 --> 00:33:46.080
  • This is the easiest way to say
  • 00:33:48.100 --> 00:33:49.090
  • it.
  • 00:33:49.090 --> 00:33:49.280
  • - Ian: I like that, yeah.
  • 00:33:49.280 --> 00:33:50.170
  • - Scott: You know, you cut that
  • 00:33:50.170 --> 00:33:51.120
  • apple and you leave it out on
  • 00:33:51.120 --> 00:33:52.040
  • the counter and it starts
  • 00:33:52.040 --> 00:33:52.280
  • turning brown.
  • 00:33:52.280 --> 00:33:53.180
  • That's not a good change.
  • 00:33:53.180 --> 00:33:54.230
  • Well, that's called oxidation.
  • 00:33:54.230 --> 00:33:56.010
  • - Paul: Now, let me talk to you
  • 00:33:56.010 --> 00:33:57.170
  • about three different
  • 00:33:57.170 --> 00:33:58.250
  • antioxidants that are
  • 00:33:58.250 --> 00:34:00.030
  • super-foods.
  • 00:34:00.030 --> 00:34:01.040
  • We always talk about
  • 00:34:01.040 --> 00:34:02.210
  • antioxidants.
  • 00:34:02.210 --> 00:34:03.200
  • When people talk about, "Oh, I
  • 00:34:03.200 --> 00:34:05.130
  • from the grapes," and they are--
  • 00:34:08.210 --> 00:34:11.120
  • some people talk about noni.
  • 00:34:11.120 --> 00:34:13.050
  • "Oh, wonderful antioxidant."
  • 00:34:13.050 --> 00:34:15.130
  • Antioxidants, good for you but
  • 00:34:15.130 --> 00:34:18.050
  • they're not super-antioxidants.
  • 00:34:18.050 --> 00:34:20.050
  • They're not the super-foods.
  • 00:34:20.050 --> 00:34:21.210
  • Because I'll tell you this.
  • 00:34:21.210 --> 00:34:22.270
  • If your body doesn't produce
  • 00:34:23.240 --> 00:34:26.240
  • glutathione within 20 minutes,
  • 00:34:26.240 --> 00:34:29.170
  • you'll be dead.
  • 00:34:29.170 --> 00:34:30.270
  • Because when you take
  • 00:34:30.270 --> 00:34:31.250
  • acetaminophen, Tylenol, and you
  • 00:34:31.250 --> 00:34:34.090
  • poison yourself with Tylenol,
  • 00:34:34.090 --> 00:34:36.040
  • what does it do to your body?
  • 00:34:36.040 --> 00:34:37.160
  • It robs you from
  • 00:34:37.160 --> 00:34:39.140
  • the glutathione.
  • 00:34:39.140 --> 00:34:40.230
  • It drops your glutathione way
  • 00:34:40.230 --> 00:34:42.060
  • down and you will be dead.
  • 00:34:42.060 --> 00:34:44.010
  • So the superoxide
  • 00:34:44.010 --> 00:34:45.150
  • dismutase--they are superoxides
  • 00:34:46.290 --> 00:34:49.290
  • and the dismutase means to
  • 00:34:49.290 --> 00:34:52.140
  • actually neutralize so SOD with
  • 00:34:52.140 --> 00:34:54.130
  • catalase, they are the
  • 00:34:54.130 --> 00:34:56.210
  • super-foods.
  • 00:34:56.210 --> 00:34:57.210
  • They are the ones that without
  • 00:34:57.210 --> 00:34:59.110
  • it, you die.
  • 00:34:59.110 --> 00:35:01.000
  • And I will teach you one more
  • 00:35:01.000 --> 00:35:02.070
  • that I will share with all of
  • 00:35:02.070 --> 00:35:03.270
  • the public that you need to
  • 00:35:04.050 --> 00:35:07.050
  • sleep.
  • 00:35:07.050 --> 00:35:08.290
  • Because as powerful as you think
  • 00:35:09.100 --> 00:35:12.100
  • about sleep, the regeneration of
  • 00:35:12.170 --> 00:35:15.170
  • sleep comes from where?
  • 00:35:16.000 --> 00:35:19.000
  • Yes, the metabolic process of
  • 00:35:19.000 --> 00:35:20.050
  • regeneration.
  • 00:35:20.050 --> 00:35:22.020
  • But it comes from when you are
  • 00:35:22.020 --> 00:35:23.210
  • sleeping deeper without drugs,
  • 00:35:24.130 --> 00:35:27.130
  • in a natural sleep, your body,
  • 00:35:27.170 --> 00:35:30.170
  • through the pineal gland,
  • 00:35:30.170 --> 00:35:32.120
  • produces melatonin.
  • 00:35:32.120 --> 00:35:34.250
  • Did you know that a chicken
  • 00:35:34.250 --> 00:35:37.000
  • produce melatonin?
  • 00:35:37.000 --> 00:35:38.190
  • Did you know that all the birds
  • 00:35:38.190 --> 00:35:39.290
  • in the sky produces melatonin?
  • 00:35:39.290 --> 00:35:42.020
  • Did you know that broccoli
  • 00:35:42.020 --> 00:35:43.160
  • produces melatonin?
  • 00:35:43.160 --> 00:35:45.060
  • Did you know that mushrooms
  • 00:35:45.060 --> 00:35:46.230
  • produces melatonin?
  • 00:35:46.230 --> 00:35:48.040
  • Did you know that plants,
  • 00:35:48.040 --> 00:35:49.200
  • any living tissue,
  • 00:35:49.200 --> 00:35:51.250
  • produces melatonin?
  • 00:35:51.250 --> 00:35:53.130
  • Bacteria produces melatonin.
  • 00:35:53.130 --> 00:35:55.250
  • It's the oldest antioxidant
  • 00:35:55.250 --> 00:35:58.060
  • known to man, is melatonin.
  • 00:35:58.060 --> 00:36:00.220
  • And you know what else?
  • 00:36:00.220 --> 00:36:02.080
  • Melatonin is 500 times, that is
  • 00:36:04.050 --> 00:36:07.050
  • 500 times, more powerful than
  • 00:36:08.150 --> 00:36:11.150
  • the glutathione
  • 00:36:11.150 --> 00:36:12.180
  • that I told you about.
  • 00:36:12.180 --> 00:36:14.100
  • So you can imagine the power of
  • 00:36:14.200 --> 00:36:17.200
  • the sleep, the power.
  • 00:36:17.200 --> 00:36:19.130
  • You know, we are running all
  • 00:36:19.130 --> 00:36:21.100
  • over and the young people today,
  • 00:36:21.100 --> 00:36:23.140
  • they want to just text all
  • 00:36:23.140 --> 00:36:25.270
  • the middle of the night.
  • 00:36:25.270 --> 00:36:26.200
  • They have the phone running
  • 00:36:26.200 --> 00:36:27.270
  • all the time.
  • 00:36:27.270 --> 00:36:29.100
  • Go to sleep.
  • 00:36:29.100 --> 00:36:32.030
  • And the longer you can sleep,
  • 00:36:32.030 --> 00:36:33.240
  • the more you regenerate.
  • 00:36:33.240 --> 00:36:36.070
  • And melatonin controls your
  • 00:36:36.070 --> 00:36:38.040
  • biorhythm, controls all of your
  • 00:36:38.040 --> 00:36:40.290
  • bio-hormones, controls all of
  • 00:36:42.040 --> 00:36:45.040
  • the antioxidants in your body,
  • 00:36:45.040 --> 00:36:48.030
  • controls everything.
  • 00:36:48.030 --> 00:36:50.140
  • So what I have done is I teach
  • 00:36:50.140 --> 00:36:52.190
  • people to use melatonin cream.
  • 00:36:52.190 --> 00:36:55.180
  • Cream!
  • 00:36:55.180 --> 00:36:58.000
  • It uses the melatonin cream
  • 00:36:58.000 --> 00:36:59.160
  • every night after you wash your
  • 00:36:59.160 --> 00:37:00.290
  • face, you put on the melatonin
  • 00:37:00.290 --> 00:37:03.130
  • cream, and it's just a powerful
  • 00:37:03.130 --> 00:37:05.250
  • antioxidant.
  • 00:37:05.250 --> 00:37:06.270
  • And it goes--bypasses your
  • 00:37:06.270 --> 00:37:09.080
  • liver, goes directly through
  • 00:37:09.080 --> 00:37:11.100
  • your lymphatics into your brain,
  • 00:37:11.100 --> 00:37:13.220
  • and helps you to sleep, and it
  • 00:37:13.280 --> 00:37:16.280
  • beautiful self.
  • 00:37:19.140 --> 00:37:21.090
  • Because melatonin, being the
  • 00:37:21.090 --> 00:37:23.010
  • most powerful antioxidant known
  • 00:37:23.010 --> 00:37:25.090
  • to man, it will do this.
  • 00:37:25.090 --> 00:37:27.070
  • Young ladies out there, I will
  • 00:37:27.070 --> 00:37:29.070
  • teach you one thing that
  • 00:37:29.070 --> 00:37:31.020
  • will absolutely wipe out
  • 00:37:31.020 --> 00:37:32.260
  • all those wrinkles.
  • 00:37:32.260 --> 00:37:34.150
  • It will actually clean all of
  • 00:37:34.150 --> 00:37:36.050
  • face that I have been using.
  • 00:37:38.190 --> 00:37:40.190
  • Every night I put on melatonin
  • 00:37:40.190 --> 00:37:42.270
  • cream on my face and, ladies,
  • 00:37:44.010 --> 00:37:47.010
  • because it is a powerful
  • 00:37:47.010 --> 00:37:48.020
  • antioxidant, it will rejuvenate
  • 00:37:48.020 --> 00:37:50.120
  • and it will give you a
  • 00:37:50.120 --> 00:37:52.020
  • - Scott: Now, the hardest thing
  • 00:37:55.050 --> 00:37:56.010
  • is, when you're trying to get
  • 00:37:56.010 --> 00:37:57.090
  • people healthy, they're not as
  • 00:37:57.090 --> 00:37:59.240
  • motivated as, "Well, I can feel
  • 00:37:59.240 --> 00:38:01.100
  • better immediately.
  • 00:38:01.100 --> 00:38:03.070
  • I can lose 3 pounds in 3 days."
  • 00:38:03.070 --> 00:38:05.060
  • See, that's the hook 'cause
  • 00:38:05.060 --> 00:38:06.160
  • that--people will do it for
  • 00:38:06.160 --> 00:38:07.150
  • those, especially when warm
  • 00:38:07.150 --> 00:38:09.000
  • weather's coming up.
  • 00:38:09.000 --> 00:38:09.270
  • you know, you're gotta--wanna
  • 00:38:11.290 --> 00:38:12.260
  • make sure everything ain't
  • 00:38:12.260 --> 00:38:13.230
  • hanging out of the trunk, right?
  • 00:38:13.230 --> 00:38:14.240
  • Yeah, so one way to do that is
  • 00:38:14.240 --> 00:38:15.240
  • what he's saying is this weekend
  • 00:38:15.240 --> 00:38:18.030
  • cleanse, the Shred Cleanse, I
  • 00:38:18.030 --> 00:38:20.040
  • like that.
  • 00:38:20.040 --> 00:38:20.290
  • And it's--I like the fact that
  • 00:38:20.290 --> 00:38:22.080
  • you've made it so simplified,
  • 00:38:22.080 --> 00:38:24.120
  • but some people think everything
  • 00:38:24.120 --> 00:38:26.280
  • has to be hard and has to be all
  • 00:38:26.280 --> 00:38:28.260
  • this brand new scientific
  • 00:38:28.260 --> 00:38:30.130
  • breakthrough.
  • 00:38:30.130 --> 00:38:31.070
  • How about the fact that the
  • 00:38:31.070 --> 00:38:32.130
  • biggest scientific breakthrough
  • 00:38:32.130 --> 00:38:33.190
  • of all is the way God made food,
  • 00:38:33.190 --> 00:38:35.170
  • right?
  • 00:38:35.170 --> 00:38:36.120
  • And you're telling us a way to
  • 00:38:36.120 --> 00:38:37.240
  • stack that.
  • 00:38:37.240 --> 00:38:38.170
  • So talk some more about, you
  • 00:38:38.170 --> 00:38:39.200
  • know, how do we do this?
  • 00:38:39.200 --> 00:38:41.070
  • How do we move it 'cause I know
  • 00:38:41.070 --> 00:38:42.050
  • there's people, they wanna feel
  • 00:38:42.050 --> 00:38:42.270
  • better and they do wanna lose
  • 00:38:42.270 --> 00:38:43.220
  • weight.
  • 00:38:43.220 --> 00:38:44.180
  • That's just a part of it.
  • 00:38:44.180 --> 00:38:45.240
  • And how can we get some more of
  • 00:38:45.240 --> 00:38:47.120
  • these toxins out?
  • 00:38:47.120 --> 00:38:48.150
  • What can we do?
  • 00:38:48.150 --> 00:38:50.280
  • - Ian: Without--let's start
  • 00:38:50.280 --> 00:38:53.130
  • from a non-scientific way.
  • 00:38:53.130 --> 00:38:55.110
  • You know what the first thing
  • 00:38:55.110 --> 00:38:56.070
  • you need to do?
  • 00:38:56.070 --> 00:38:56.270
  • You need to believe.
  • 00:38:56.270 --> 00:38:58.100
  • You have to believe in yourself
  • 00:38:58.100 --> 00:39:01.010
  • it.
  • 00:39:04.000 --> 00:39:05.010
  • And the problem is that people
  • 00:39:05.010 --> 00:39:06.200
  • do not believe right away.
  • 00:39:06.200 --> 00:39:08.200
  • They have doubts.
  • 00:39:08.200 --> 00:39:10.190
  • And the second you start
  • 00:39:10.190 --> 00:39:11.210
  • doubting yourself, you start
  • 00:39:11.210 --> 00:39:13.200
  • handicapping yourself.
  • 00:39:13.200 --> 00:39:15.090
  • And you start putting yourself
  • 00:39:15.090 --> 00:39:16.070
  • at a disadvantage.
  • 00:39:16.070 --> 00:39:17.070
  • So when I work with people,
  • 00:39:17.070 --> 00:39:18.280
  • the first thing I talk to them
  • 00:39:18.280 --> 00:39:19.220
  • about--I don't talk about
  • 00:39:19.220 --> 00:39:20.140
  • I talk about what's up here.
  • 00:39:22.160 --> 00:39:24.140
  • What's above the neck.
  • 00:39:24.140 --> 00:39:25.270
  • Because your head has to be in
  • 00:39:25.270 --> 00:39:28.000
  • the right place.
  • 00:39:28.000 --> 00:39:29.000
  • And this, as you know, Scott,
  • 00:39:29.000 --> 00:39:30.010
  • goes for everything in life.
  • 00:39:30.010 --> 00:39:31.160
  • If your head is not in the right
  • 00:39:31.160 --> 00:39:32.220
  • place, it's not gonna work.
  • 00:39:32.220 --> 00:39:34.250
  • And so the first thing is to
  • 00:39:34.250 --> 00:39:35.220
  • believe that you can actually
  • 00:39:35.220 --> 00:39:37.270
  • do it.
  • 00:39:37.270 --> 00:39:38.250
  • The second thing is you have to
  • 00:39:38.250 --> 00:39:40.180
  • believe in your program, right?
  • 00:39:40.180 --> 00:39:42.230
  • My program, someone else's,
  • 00:39:42.230 --> 00:39:44.280
  • it--anyone's program.
  • 00:39:44.280 --> 00:39:47.010
  • Whatever program you're going to
  • 00:39:47.010 --> 00:39:47.290
  • do, you have to believe that
  • 00:39:47.290 --> 00:39:50.010
  • the program is going to help you
  • 00:39:50.010 --> 00:39:51.270
  • to cross that finish line.
  • 00:39:51.270 --> 00:39:53.190
  • So that's the first start is
  • 00:39:53.190 --> 00:39:54.160
  • belief.
  • 00:39:54.160 --> 00:39:55.170
  • You know, it's blind faith,
  • 00:39:55.170 --> 00:39:57.190
  • right?
  • 00:39:57.190 --> 00:39:58.090
  • It's blind faith.
  • 00:39:58.090 --> 00:39:59.260
  • You know, in the Bible, when
  • 00:39:59.260 --> 00:40:01.130
  • I was in church Sunday, in the
  • 00:40:01.130 --> 00:40:03.270
  • Bible, there are instances where
  • 00:40:03.270 --> 00:40:05.080
  • I don't understand how things
  • 00:40:05.080 --> 00:40:07.220
  • happen.
  • 00:40:07.220 --> 00:40:09.040
  • I can't explain it through my
  • 00:40:09.040 --> 00:40:10.120
  • way of understanding science.
  • 00:40:10.120 --> 00:40:12.050
  • But it happens.
  • 00:40:12.050 --> 00:40:13.230
  • And I have to have a faith that
  • 00:40:13.230 --> 00:40:16.040
  • this is gonna happen.
  • 00:40:16.040 --> 00:40:17.220
  • I have a faith that God is my
  • 00:40:17.220 --> 00:40:18.220
  • Savior.
  • 00:40:18.220 --> 00:40:19.200
  • Same thing when it comes to
  • 00:40:19.200 --> 00:40:21.290
  • these plans.
  • 00:40:21.290 --> 00:40:24.010
  • You have to believe.
  • 00:40:24.010 --> 00:40:25.140
  • You may not understand all the
  • 00:40:25.140 --> 00:40:26.060
  • intricacies that I write in the
  • 00:40:26.060 --> 00:40:27.240
  • book or someone else does but
  • 00:40:27.240 --> 00:40:29.070
  • you have to believe that that
  • 00:40:29.070 --> 00:40:30.240
  • plan is gonna help you get
  • 00:40:30.240 --> 00:40:32.100
  • results.
  • 00:40:32.100 --> 00:40:33.100
  • That's number one.
  • 00:40:33.100 --> 00:40:34.030
  • Number two is the biggest
  • 00:40:34.030 --> 00:40:35.220
  • mistake I think people make on
  • 00:40:35.220 --> 00:40:38.140
  • these new programs is they do
  • 00:40:38.140 --> 00:40:40.190
  • not do a good job of goal
  • 00:40:40.190 --> 00:40:42.110
  • setting.
  • 00:40:42.110 --> 00:40:44.110
  • Goal setting.
  • 00:40:44.110 --> 00:40:45.210
  • - Scott: That's huge.
  • 00:40:45.210 --> 00:40:46.290
  • - Ian: People want too much too
  • 00:40:46.290 --> 00:40:49.140
  • fast and they set such lofty
  • 00:40:49.260 --> 00:40:52.260
  • goals that are almost
  • 00:40:52.260 --> 00:40:55.080
  • unreachable.
  • 00:40:55.080 --> 00:40:56.210
  • And that if they don't reach
  • 00:40:56.210 --> 00:40:58.090
  • these goals they think that they
  • 00:40:58.090 --> 00:41:01.030
  • are failing when, in reality,
  • 00:41:01.030 --> 00:41:03.230
  • they are succeeding very well
  • 00:41:03.230 --> 00:41:06.020
  • but because the goal is so far
  • 00:41:06.020 --> 00:41:07.280
  • out of scope, in their mind,
  • 00:41:08.120 --> 00:41:11.120
  • "I'm failing."
  • 00:41:11.120 --> 00:41:12.150
  • - Scott: Yeah, or their friend
  • 00:41:12.150 --> 00:41:13.120
  • lost 10 pounds, "and I only lost
  • 00:41:13.120 --> 00:41:14.110
  • 2," they're still winning.
  • 00:41:14.110 --> 00:41:16.160
  • - Ian: And so what do they do?
  • 00:41:16.160 --> 00:41:17.090
  • They throw it out.
  • 00:41:17.090 --> 00:41:18.280
  • They throw it out and say, "Let
  • 00:41:18.280 --> 00:41:20.010
  • me go on to something else."
  • 00:41:20.010 --> 00:41:21.120
  • And they diet shop,
  • 00:41:21.120 --> 00:41:22.160
  • they plan shop.
  • 00:41:22.160 --> 00:41:23.090
  • And so the first thing I say to
  • 00:41:23.090 --> 00:41:24.200
  • people is, "Let's talk about
  • 00:41:24.200 --> 00:41:25.240
  • setting your goals, okay?"
  • 00:41:25.240 --> 00:41:27.200
  • We have small goals,
  • 00:41:27.200 --> 00:41:29.180
  • small milestones,
  • 00:41:29.180 --> 00:41:31.000
  • and we have a big goal.
  • 00:41:31.000 --> 00:41:32.090
  • For example, let's say you wanna
  • 00:41:32.090 --> 00:41:34.030
  • lose 40 pounds.
  • 00:41:34.030 --> 00:41:35.190
  • You need that number to get your
  • 00:41:35.190 --> 00:41:36.170
  • BMI down into a healthy range,
  • 00:41:36.170 --> 00:41:38.070
  • your body mass index.
  • 00:41:38.070 --> 00:41:39.080
  • You gotta lose 40 pounds.
  • 00:41:39.080 --> 00:41:40.210
  • Okay, 40 pounds is a big number.
  • 00:41:40.210 --> 00:41:42.070
  • Okay, you lift a 40-pound
  • 00:41:42.070 --> 00:41:43.090
  • weight.
  • 00:41:43.090 --> 00:41:43.290
  • Such a big goal of 40 pounds.
  • 00:41:43.290 --> 00:41:46.270
  • Now, once you set that goal, put
  • 00:41:46.270 --> 00:41:48.180
  • it in the back of your head.
  • 00:41:48.180 --> 00:41:50.160
  • I don't wanna see that for
  • 00:41:50.160 --> 00:41:51.180
  • a while.
  • 00:41:51.180 --> 00:41:52.070
  • Now, I wanna focus on
  • 00:41:52.070 --> 00:41:53.190
  • the small milestones.
  • 00:41:53.190 --> 00:41:54.240
  • I want 2 pounds, I want just a
  • 00:41:54.240 --> 00:41:56.280
  • pound, I want 3 pounds, I want
  • 00:41:56.280 --> 00:41:59.070
  • 0 pounds, 'cause 0 is a win
  • 00:41:59.080 --> 00:42:02.100
  • because you're not gaining
  • 00:42:02.100 --> 00:42:03.250
  • weight.
  • 00:42:03.250 --> 00:42:04.170
  • A zero week is still a win.
  • 00:42:04.170 --> 00:42:07.140
  • Work with me here, right?
  • 00:42:07.140 --> 00:42:09.100
  • It's still a win.
  • 00:42:09.100 --> 00:42:10.190
  • And so, people say, "Well,
  • 00:42:10.190 --> 00:42:11.190
  • Dr. Ian, I didn't lose any
  • 00:42:11.190 --> 00:42:12.120
  • weight this week.
  • 00:42:12.120 --> 00:42:13.130
  • It was a bad week."
  • 00:42:13.130 --> 00:42:14.100
  • I said, "Did you gain weight?"
  • 00:42:14.100 --> 00:42:15.120
  • "No," it's a good week, right?
  • 00:42:15.120 --> 00:42:17.250
  • Because next week you're gonna
  • 00:42:17.250 --> 00:42:18.220
  • lose 2 pounds and 3 pounds.
  • 00:42:18.220 --> 00:42:20.140
  • So you have to set up
  • 00:42:20.140 --> 00:42:21.270
  • the milestones to reach that
  • 00:42:21.270 --> 00:42:24.080
  • 40 pounds.
  • 00:42:24.080 --> 00:42:25.230
  • And this is why I say a big part
  • 00:42:25.230 --> 00:42:28.080
  • of eating healthy, of losing
  • 00:42:28.080 --> 00:42:30.140
  • weight is above the neck and we
  • 00:42:30.140 --> 00:42:33.070
  • fail ourselves above the neck
  • 00:42:33.070 --> 00:42:35.130
  • because we put ourselves at such
  • 00:42:35.130 --> 00:42:38.080
  • a disadvantage mentally that we
  • 00:42:38.080 --> 00:42:40.140
  • can't recognize success,
  • 00:42:40.140 --> 00:42:42.240
  • we can't get ourselves back up
  • 00:42:42.240 --> 00:42:44.130
  • when we fall.
  • 00:42:44.130 --> 00:42:45.290
  • My programs, I say right at the
  • 00:42:45.290 --> 00:42:47.010
  • beginning, "This is about
  • 00:42:47.010 --> 00:42:48.030
  • forgiving."
  • 00:42:48.030 --> 00:42:49.030
  • My programs are
  • 00:42:49.030 --> 00:42:49.270
  • forgiving programs.
  • 00:42:49.270 --> 00:42:50.200
  • I don't penalize you.
  • 00:42:50.200 --> 00:42:52.010
  • You have a slice of cake.
  • 00:42:52.010 --> 00:42:53.130
  • You have some pizza.
  • 00:42:53.130 --> 00:42:54.170
  • I put that into the program.
  • 00:42:54.170 --> 00:42:56.160
  • That's realistic.
  • 00:42:58.230 --> 00:43:00.100
  • Who's gonna live their life
  • 00:43:00.100 --> 00:43:01.060
  • without having some what I call
  • 00:43:01.060 --> 00:43:02.210
  • fun foods?
  • 00:43:02.210 --> 00:43:03.210
  • Not guilty foods.
  • 00:43:03.210 --> 00:43:05.000
  • Here we go mentally again.
  • 00:43:05.000 --> 00:43:06.150
  • We give these names to things
  • 00:43:06.150 --> 00:43:08.010
  • that penalize us.
  • 00:43:08.010 --> 00:43:09.110
  • That's a guilty food.
  • 00:43:09.110 --> 00:43:10.250
  • Why is it guilty to have a slice
  • 00:43:10.250 --> 00:43:12.030
  • of cake?
  • 00:43:12.030 --> 00:43:13.090
  • Why is it guilty to have a slice
  • 00:43:13.090 --> 00:43:14.040
  • of pizza?
  • 00:43:14.040 --> 00:43:14.280
  • Am I supposed to eat perfect
  • 00:43:14.280 --> 00:43:15.280
  • all the time?
  • 00:43:15.280 --> 00:43:16.190
  • No, those are fun foods.
  • 00:43:16.190 --> 00:43:17.240
  • So if we can get our mind right,
  • 00:43:17.240 --> 00:43:20.030
  • Scott, and if we can believe
  • 00:43:20.030 --> 00:43:22.180
  • that we can hit these small
  • 00:43:22.180 --> 00:43:25.140
  • becomes doable and, before you
  • 00:43:28.180 --> 00:43:31.050
  • know it in 3 weeks,
  • 00:43:31.050 --> 00:43:32.100
  • you look, and you say,
  • 00:43:32.100 --> 00:43:34.090
  • "Wow, 10 pounds, 12 pounds.
  • 00:43:34.090 --> 00:43:36.260
  • Holy cow, how did that happen?"
  • 00:43:36.260 --> 00:43:38.130
  • It's because you're focused
  • 00:43:38.130 --> 00:43:39.140
  • on the small goals first.
  • 00:43:39.140 --> 00:43:41.070
  • - Scott: Yeah, and one thing I
  • 00:43:41.070 --> 00:43:42.080
  • wanna go at this point because I
  • 00:43:42.080 --> 00:43:43.280
  • run into this all the time.
  • 00:43:43.280 --> 00:43:45.110
  • Because sometimes people will
  • 00:43:45.110 --> 00:43:47.190
  • take that last paragraph and
  • 00:43:47.190 --> 00:43:48.280
  • said, "I told you we could eat
  • 00:43:48.280 --> 00:43:50.110
  • cake," and that's all they
  • 00:43:50.110 --> 00:43:51.170
  • heard, you know,
  • 00:43:51.170 --> 00:43:52.200
  • "we can eat cake."
  • 00:43:52.200 --> 00:43:53.130
  • And like you say, you
  • 00:43:53.130 --> 00:43:54.150
  • have to reward, I tell people,
  • 00:43:54.150 --> 00:43:56.080
  • holidays or even, for some
  • 00:43:56.080 --> 00:43:57.190
  • folks, even once a week
  • 00:43:57.190 --> 00:43:59.160
  • would be okay.
  • 00:43:59.160 --> 00:44:00.120
  • You know, but just you can't do
  • 00:44:00.120 --> 00:44:01.050
  • it every meal and you have to,
  • 00:44:01.050 --> 00:44:02.210
  • you know, really limit.
  • 00:44:02.210 --> 00:44:03.230
  • So with that said, it's a great
  • 00:44:03.230 --> 00:44:04.290
  • segue here because I know you've
  • 00:44:04.290 --> 00:44:06.230
  • recently published a book
  • 00:44:06.230 --> 00:44:08.280
  • on blasting the
  • 00:44:08.280 --> 00:44:11.110
  • sugar out of the diet.
  • 00:44:11.110 --> 00:44:12.270
  • And people don't realize sugar's
  • 00:44:12.270 --> 00:44:13.290
  • the most toxic substance, in my
  • 00:44:13.290 --> 00:44:15.160
  • opinion, one of the most toxic
  • 00:44:15.160 --> 00:44:16.150
  • substances in the body,
  • 00:44:16.150 --> 00:44:18.190
  • and science now confirms that.
  • 00:44:18.190 --> 00:44:20.010
  • So talk a little bit about that,
  • 00:44:20.010 --> 00:44:21.030
  • if you would.
  • 00:44:21.030 --> 00:44:21.250
  • I just--
  • 00:44:21.250 --> 00:44:23.190
  • - Ian: Sugar is just
  • 00:44:23.190 --> 00:44:25.050
  • so complicated.
  • 00:44:25.050 --> 00:44:26.270
  • And I'll tell you why it's
  • 00:44:26.270 --> 00:44:27.220
  • complicated.
  • 00:44:27.220 --> 00:44:28.170
  • Because it is everywhere.
  • 00:44:28.170 --> 00:44:31.060
  • We are drowning in sugar.
  • 00:44:31.060 --> 00:44:33.150
  • And most of us don't even
  • 00:44:33.150 --> 00:44:35.100
  • realize how much sugar we're
  • 00:44:35.100 --> 00:44:36.180
  • consuming, okay?
  • 00:44:36.180 --> 00:44:37.210
  • The average American consumes 31
  • 00:44:39.130 --> 00:44:42.130
  • 5-pound bags of sugar a year.
  • 00:44:42.130 --> 00:44:45.120
  • - Scott: That's a lot of sugar.
  • 00:44:45.120 --> 00:44:46.040
  • - Ian: Oh, my goodness.
  • 00:44:46.040 --> 00:44:47.080
  • Now, the issue with sugar and
  • 00:44:47.080 --> 00:44:49.210
  • I liked how you say how toxic
  • 00:44:49.210 --> 00:44:50.240
  • it is.
  • 00:44:50.240 --> 00:44:51.190
  • Sugar in the right amounts
  • 00:44:52.050 --> 00:44:55.050
  • is fine, right?
  • 00:44:55.050 --> 00:44:57.060
  • You're not gonna live your whole
  • 00:44:57.060 --> 00:44:58.180
  • life without sugar, by the way.
  • 00:44:58.180 --> 00:44:59.280
  • It's just not gonna happen.
  • 00:44:59.280 --> 00:45:01.160
  • It's the amount of sugars that
  • 00:45:01.160 --> 00:45:02.270
  • we're consuming that's hurting
  • 00:45:02.270 --> 00:45:04.110
  • us.
  • 00:45:04.110 --> 00:45:05.080
  • Diabetes, blood vessel disease,
  • 00:45:05.080 --> 00:45:08.010
  • kidney disease, eye disease, or
  • 00:45:08.010 --> 00:45:10.040
  • arteries.
  • 00:45:10.040 --> 00:45:11.090
  • It's all because of sugars.
  • 00:45:11.090 --> 00:45:13.010
  • So what I like to talk about in
  • 00:45:13.010 --> 00:45:14.060
  • "Blast the Sugar Out" is--I'm
  • 00:45:14.060 --> 00:45:15.270
  • trying to do two things.
  • 00:45:15.270 --> 00:45:16.230
  • And I'm really excited
  • 00:45:16.230 --> 00:45:17.280
  • about this.
  • 00:45:17.280 --> 00:45:19.000
  • I'm trying to get you to reduce
  • 00:45:19.000 --> 00:45:21.040
  • your addiction to sugar because
  • 00:45:21.040 --> 00:45:23.110
  • most of us who are addicted to
  • 00:45:23.110 --> 00:45:24.220
  • sugar don't even realize it
  • 00:45:24.220 --> 00:45:26.090
  • because it's just our normal way
  • 00:45:26.090 --> 00:45:27.220
  • of eating and drinking.
  • 00:45:27.220 --> 00:45:29.000
  • So I'm trying to break your
  • 00:45:29.000 --> 00:45:30.180
  • addiction.
  • 00:45:30.180 --> 00:45:31.260
  • Once again, I'm not eliminating
  • 00:45:31.260 --> 00:45:33.250
  • sugar from your diet, because
  • 00:45:33.250 --> 00:45:35.200
  • that's an unnatural state.
  • 00:45:35.200 --> 00:45:37.080
  • We're gonna have sugar in
  • 00:45:37.080 --> 00:45:38.040
  • this--in our society,
  • 00:45:38.040 --> 00:45:39.160
  • but I'm trying to, ahem,
  • 00:45:39.160 --> 00:45:40.250
  • excuse me.
  • 00:45:40.250 --> 00:45:41.120
  • I'm trying to reduce it so that
  • 00:45:41.120 --> 00:45:43.030
  • you don't always need to reach
  • 00:45:43.030 --> 00:45:44.280
  • for the sugary drink or the
  • 00:45:44.280 --> 00:45:46.290
  • sugary cookie or dessert.
  • 00:45:46.290 --> 00:45:49.110
  • That's one thing.
  • 00:45:49.110 --> 00:45:50.130
  • The other part I'm trying to do
  • 00:45:50.130 --> 00:45:51.100
  • is I'm trying to get you to lose
  • 00:45:51.100 --> 00:45:52.050
  • weight.
  • 00:45:52.050 --> 00:45:53.090
  • And the reason why I'm trying to
  • 00:45:53.090 --> 00:45:54.170
  • get you to lose weight is
  • 00:45:54.170 --> 00:45:55.230
  • because, obviously, the more
  • 00:45:55.230 --> 00:45:57.260
  • weight we're carrying in the
  • 00:45:57.260 --> 00:45:59.050
  • form of fat cells, the more
  • 00:45:59.050 --> 00:46:00.220
  • resistant our insulin is--the
  • 00:46:00.220 --> 00:46:03.200
  • fat cells make insulin
  • 00:46:03.200 --> 00:46:06.030
  • resistance, and therefore we're
  • 00:46:06.030 --> 00:46:07.100
  • not able to process the sugar
  • 00:46:07.100 --> 00:46:08.110
  • correctly.
  • 00:46:08.110 --> 00:46:09.110
  • So our insulin made from our
  • 00:46:09.110 --> 00:46:11.110
  • pancreatic beta cells, important
  • 00:46:11.110 --> 00:46:12.240
  • for helping us process the
  • 00:46:12.240 --> 00:46:14.250
  • sugar, to take that sugar out of
  • 00:46:14.250 --> 00:46:16.170
  • our blood and put it into the
  • 00:46:16.170 --> 00:46:18.130
  • cells so we can use for energy.
  • 00:46:18.130 --> 00:46:20.260
  • The larger we are, the bigger
  • 00:46:20.260 --> 00:46:23.210
  • our fat cells, that insulin that
  • 00:46:23.210 --> 00:46:25.260
  • we need, that hormone that helps
  • 00:46:25.260 --> 00:46:27.270
  • us scoop that sugar up like a
  • 00:46:27.270 --> 00:46:29.170
  • PAC-MAN, the bigger we are, that
  • 00:46:29.170 --> 00:46:31.190
  • insulin doesn't work anymore.
  • 00:46:31.190 --> 00:46:33.090
  • And so if we can lose weight,
  • 00:46:33.090 --> 00:46:35.050
  • and studies have shown, just by
  • 00:46:35.050 --> 00:46:37.050
  • losing 10% of your body weight,
  • 00:46:37.160 --> 00:46:40.160
  • you can reduce your diabetes
  • 00:46:40.160 --> 00:46:42.260
  • risk up to 50%.
  • 00:46:42.260 --> 00:46:44.260
  • - Scott: That's a big--that's a
  • 00:46:44.260 --> 00:46:46.090
  • big change.
  • 00:46:46.090 --> 00:46:46.290
  • - Ian: It's a big change,
  • 00:46:46.290 --> 00:46:47.200
  • right?
  • 00:46:47.200 --> 00:46:48.100
  • So in "Blast the Sugar Out," in
  • 00:46:48.100 --> 00:46:49.180
  • my new book, what I do is I give
  • 00:46:49.180 --> 00:46:51.100
  • you a 5-week plan.
  • 00:46:51.100 --> 00:46:53.200
  • you can eat and drink, with
  • 00:46:56.010 --> 00:46:57.070
  • options, of course, 'cause
  • 00:46:57.070 --> 00:46:58.110
  • it's all about options, right?
  • 00:46:58.110 --> 00:47:00.080
  • So in 5 weeks, I give you this
  • 00:47:00.080 --> 00:47:02.000
  • plan but I also teach you about
  • 00:47:02.000 --> 00:47:04.010
  • carbs, carbohydrates, and
  • 00:47:04.010 --> 00:47:05.230
  • sugars, and what to look for.
  • 00:47:05.230 --> 00:47:08.110
  • And so what I wanted to do was
  • 00:47:08.110 --> 00:47:10.250
  • I wanted to say people, just
  • 00:47:10.250 --> 00:47:11.260
  • because you are diabetic--by
  • 00:47:11.260 --> 00:47:13.250
  • the way, almost 30 million
  • 00:47:13.250 --> 00:47:15.090
  • people diabetic.
  • 00:47:15.090 --> 00:47:16.130
  • Just because you may be
  • 00:47:16.130 --> 00:47:17.150
  • pre-diabetic--86 million
  • 00:47:17.150 --> 00:47:20.030
  • Americans are pre-diabetic.
  • 00:47:20.030 --> 00:47:22.100
  • That means they are on the fence
  • 00:47:22.100 --> 00:47:23.260
  • of having full-blown diabetes.
  • 00:47:23.260 --> 00:47:25.230
  • Or if you are someone who simply
  • 00:47:25.230 --> 00:47:27.180
  • is consuming too much sugar,
  • 00:47:27.180 --> 00:47:30.010
  • this program will help you not
  • 00:47:30.010 --> 00:47:32.220
  • only break that cycle, this
  • 00:47:32.220 --> 00:47:34.120
  • program will help you find the
  • 00:47:34.120 --> 00:47:35.190
  • places where the sugars are
  • 00:47:35.190 --> 00:47:37.060
  • better.
  • 00:47:37.060 --> 00:47:37.240
  • - Paul: As when you go through
  • 00:47:37.240 --> 00:47:38.200
  • the stress part, it draws your
  • 00:47:38.200 --> 00:47:40.190
  • adrenal, right?
  • 00:47:40.190 --> 00:47:42.160
  • Our adrenals are the ones that
  • 00:47:42.160 --> 00:47:44.270
  • actually responds to that
  • 00:47:44.270 --> 00:47:46.210
  • stress.
  • 00:47:46.210 --> 00:47:47.230
  • of us suffers from all of this
  • 00:47:50.150 --> 00:47:52.180
  • stress, this additional problems
  • 00:47:52.180 --> 00:47:54.250
  • that we have daily with our
  • 00:47:54.250 --> 00:47:56.110
  • finances, with our traffic,
  • 00:47:56.110 --> 00:47:58.040
  • with the work, with everything
  • 00:47:58.040 --> 00:48:00.130
  • that we're dealing with.
  • 00:48:00.130 --> 00:48:02.070
  • And so what it happens is that
  • 00:48:02.070 --> 00:48:03.280
  • we're unable sometime to control
  • 00:48:04.050 --> 00:48:07.050
  • that adrenal pushes.
  • 00:48:07.050 --> 00:48:09.030
  • Cortisol responds to the stress,
  • 00:48:09.030 --> 00:48:12.000
  • but cortisol drives up your
  • 00:48:12.000 --> 00:48:13.250
  • sugar because cortisol is
  • 00:48:13.260 --> 00:48:16.260
  • a sugar mobilizer.
  • 00:48:16.260 --> 00:48:18.260
  • So reducing the stress and doing
  • 00:48:18.290 --> 00:48:21.290
  • so in a wonderful way of
  • 00:48:23.050 --> 00:48:26.050
  • meditating, praying, is one of
  • 00:48:26.050 --> 00:48:28.260
  • the most wonderful ways of which
  • 00:48:28.260 --> 00:48:31.060
  • to reduce stress.
  • 00:48:31.060 --> 00:48:32.200
  • Gratitude gives you peace.
  • 00:48:32.200 --> 00:48:34.230
  • And it will be very, very
  • 00:48:34.230 --> 00:48:37.150
  • anti-aging because it will start
  • 00:48:37.230 --> 00:48:40.230
  • cleaning up all the receptors.
  • 00:48:40.230 --> 00:48:42.220
  • It will lower that stress on
  • 00:48:42.220 --> 00:48:45.110
  • your adrenal.
  • 00:48:45.110 --> 00:48:46.050
  • And when your adrenal starts to
  • 00:48:46.050 --> 00:48:48.030
  • come back again to its
  • 00:48:48.030 --> 00:48:50.180
  • fortitude, oh, you are going to
  • 00:48:50.180 --> 00:48:53.000
  • have so much gas because you are
  • 00:48:53.000 --> 00:48:55.090
  • going to use that sugar at the
  • 00:48:55.090 --> 00:48:56.220
  • right time together with your
  • 00:48:56.220 --> 00:48:59.030
  • thyroid and you're going to be
  • 00:48:59.030 --> 00:49:01.100
  • magnificent.
  • 00:49:01.100 --> 00:49:03.030
  • - Ian: What people don't
  • 00:49:03.030 --> 00:49:04.010
  • realize is that sugar weighs you
  • 00:49:04.010 --> 00:49:06.060
  • down.
  • 00:49:06.060 --> 00:49:06.260
  • runner, great shape.
  • 00:49:08.280 --> 00:49:09.290
  • You know I had a twin brother,
  • 00:49:09.290 --> 00:49:11.020
  • did you?
  • 00:49:11.020 --> 00:49:11.180
  • - Scott: I didn't.
  • 00:49:11.180 --> 00:49:12.130
  • You surprise me.
  • 00:49:12.130 --> 00:49:13.000
  • - Ian: No, okay, yeah, no, I
  • 00:49:13.000 --> 00:49:13.210
  • did.
  • 00:49:13.210 --> 00:49:14.040
  • - Scott: Snuck one in on me.
  • 00:49:14.040 --> 00:49:14.250
  • - Ian: Yeah, I did.
  • 00:49:14.250 --> 00:49:15.110
  • So my twin brother's a
  • 00:49:15.110 --> 00:49:15.290
  • marathoner.
  • 00:49:15.290 --> 00:49:16.180
  • We've both been athletes our
  • 00:49:16.180 --> 00:49:17.110
  • entire lives.
  • 00:49:17.110 --> 00:49:18.060
  • My twin brother, unbeknownst to
  • 00:49:18.060 --> 00:49:19.230
  • me--this is crazy, right?
  • 00:49:19.230 --> 00:49:21.100
  • So I'm writing this book about
  • 00:49:21.100 --> 00:49:22.200
  • sugar because I've just realized
  • 00:49:22.200 --> 00:49:23.280
  • that diabetes is going crazy and
  • 00:49:23.280 --> 00:49:25.140
  • it's gonna get crazier if we
  • 00:49:25.140 --> 00:49:26.170
  • don't do something about it in
  • 00:49:26.170 --> 00:49:27.220
  • a natural way.
  • 00:49:27.220 --> 00:49:28.280
  • So while I'm writing this book,
  • 00:49:28.280 --> 00:49:30.130
  • he's unaware of this, I didn't
  • 00:49:30.130 --> 00:49:32.070
  • realize that he was detoxing
  • 00:49:32.070 --> 00:49:34.150
  • himself from sugar.
  • 00:49:34.150 --> 00:49:35.270
  • And so he tells me this story.
  • 00:49:35.270 --> 00:49:37.180
  • He lives in L.A.
  • 00:49:37.180 --> 00:49:38.140
  • We're on the phone.
  • 00:49:38.140 --> 00:49:39.040
  • He says, "You know what?
  • 00:49:39.040 --> 00:49:39.270
  • I did something unbelievable."
  • 00:49:39.270 --> 00:49:41.030
  • I said, "What d'you do?"
  • 00:49:41.030 --> 00:49:41.240
  • He said, "I decided to
  • 00:49:41.240 --> 00:49:43.040
  • I said, "Why?
  • 00:49:45.060 --> 00:49:46.100
  • You're a great weight,
  • 00:49:46.100 --> 00:49:47.140
  • you run marathons."
  • 00:49:47.140 --> 00:49:48.160
  • He said,
  • 00:49:48.160 --> 00:49:49.060
  • "I wasn't feeling myself.
  • 00:49:49.060 --> 00:49:51.210
  • I felt sluggish, I felt like I
  • 00:49:51.210 --> 00:49:53.090
  • wasn't sharp, you know, I was
  • 00:49:53.090 --> 00:49:56.000
  • sleepy a lot in the middle of
  • 00:49:56.000 --> 00:49:57.160
  • the day."
  • 00:49:57.160 --> 00:49:58.120
  • He said, "And I just
  • 00:49:58.120 --> 00:49:59.000
  • said to myself, 'I'm eating too
  • 00:49:59.000 --> 00:50:01.030
  • many chocolate chip cookies.
  • 00:50:01.030 --> 00:50:02.140
  • I'm drinking too many
  • 00:50:02.140 --> 00:50:03.180
  • iced teas.'"
  • 00:50:03.180 --> 00:50:04.210
  • He said, "I just said,
  • 00:50:04.210 --> 00:50:05.110
  • 'Can I just get rid of this
  • 00:50:05.110 --> 00:50:06.250
  • stuff?'"
  • 00:50:06.250 --> 00:50:07.220
  • So he tried it.
  • 00:50:07.220 --> 00:50:08.290
  • He said the first 3 days were
  • 00:50:08.290 --> 00:50:10.100
  • horrible.
  • 00:50:10.100 --> 00:50:11.200
  • Horrible.
  • 00:50:11.200 --> 00:50:12.180
  • He said he was sick as a dog
  • 00:50:12.180 --> 00:50:14.100
  • because his body was so
  • 00:50:14.100 --> 00:50:16.060
  • accustomed to the high influx of
  • 00:50:16.060 --> 00:50:18.160
  • sugar that when he stopped cold
  • 00:50:18.160 --> 00:50:21.090
  • turkey--he didn't gradual--he
  • 00:50:21.090 --> 00:50:22.070
  • just stopped.
  • 00:50:22.070 --> 00:50:23.120
  • When he stopped, his body was
  • 00:50:23.120 --> 00:50:24.170
  • fighting and trying to get rid,
  • 00:50:24.170 --> 00:50:26.130
  • like, you know, like an addict,
  • 00:50:26.130 --> 00:50:27.180
  • like a drug addict.
  • 00:50:27.180 --> 00:50:28.200
  • His--right?
  • 00:50:28.200 --> 00:50:29.190
  • It's same addiction.
  • 00:50:29.190 --> 00:50:30.190
  • His body now is going through
  • 00:50:30.190 --> 00:50:31.230
  • the withdrawal.
  • 00:50:31.230 --> 00:50:32.110
  • He said on the 4th day he woke
  • 00:50:32.110 --> 00:50:34.220
  • up and all of a sudden he didn't
  • 00:50:34.220 --> 00:50:37.150
  • have the headaches, he didn't
  • 00:50:37.150 --> 00:50:39.090
  • have the stomach problem.
  • 00:50:39.090 --> 00:50:40.260
  • He said all of a sudden he just
  • 00:50:40.260 --> 00:50:42.080
  • felt better.
  • 00:50:42.080 --> 00:50:43.030
  • He said by the 7th day, by the
  • 00:50:43.030 --> 00:50:44.290
  • week, he felt like a brand new
  • 00:50:44.290 --> 00:50:47.130
  • person.
  • 00:50:47.130 --> 00:50:49.110
  • He says, "My energy level was
  • 00:50:49.110 --> 00:50:51.070
  • through the roof."
  • 00:50:51.070 --> 00:50:52.110
  • He said, "I felt like I was
  • 00:50:52.110 --> 00:50:53.010
  • bouncing down the street," okay?
  • 00:50:53.010 --> 00:50:54.250
  • Because he had taken out of his
  • 00:50:54.250 --> 00:50:56.260
  • system all of this toxic sugar
  • 00:50:56.290 --> 00:50:59.290
  • that was weighing him down.
  • 00:50:59.290 --> 00:51:01.230
  • Now, in my book, "Blast the
  • 00:51:01.230 --> 00:51:04.000
  • Sugar Out," how do you think I
  • 00:51:04.000 --> 00:51:05.220
  • introduced the book?
  • 00:51:05.220 --> 00:51:06.270
  • I opened it up with his story
  • 00:51:06.270 --> 00:51:08.100
  • because I didn't know this was
  • 00:51:08.100 --> 00:51:10.100
  • happening.
  • 00:51:10.100 --> 00:51:10.290
  • Because here's a guy who looks
  • 00:51:10.290 --> 00:51:13.070
  • in great shape but who had this
  • 00:51:13.070 --> 00:51:16.070
  • addiction and it was affecting
  • 00:51:16.070 --> 00:51:18.060
  • him, not from the outside, but
  • 00:51:18.060 --> 00:51:20.140
  • the inside was affecting him and
  • 00:51:20.140 --> 00:51:23.030
  • that's how I begin the "Blast
  • 00:51:23.030 --> 00:51:24.130
  • the Sugar Out" book.
  • 00:51:24.130 --> 00:51:26.040
  • But here is the key also.
  • 00:51:26.040 --> 00:51:28.130
  • The key is that if you look at
  • 00:51:28.130 --> 00:51:30.230
  • your sugar and where you're
  • 00:51:30.230 --> 00:51:32.120
  • getting it from and just take a
  • 00:51:32.120 --> 00:51:33.280
  • little time, you can be a much
  • 00:51:33.280 --> 00:51:36.050
  • better consumer of sugar.
  • 00:51:36.050 --> 00:51:38.150
  • I am not preaching to anyone
  • 00:51:38.150 --> 00:51:40.110
  • that, you know, for the rest of
  • 00:51:40.110 --> 00:51:41.240
  • your life they can't have sugar.
  • 00:51:41.240 --> 00:51:43.050
  • Sugar actually is energy.
  • 00:51:43.050 --> 00:51:44.220
  • So sugar does have a positive
  • 00:51:44.220 --> 00:51:47.040
  • effect on us, if eaten in the
  • 00:51:47.040 --> 00:51:49.080
  • right way in the right amount.
  • 00:51:49.080 --> 00:51:51.010
  • going over the threshold that
  • 00:51:53.220 --> 00:51:55.090
  • becomes problematic.
  • 00:51:55.090 --> 00:51:56.070
  • - Scott: But the last thing we
  • 00:51:56.070 --> 00:51:57.040
  • have to talk about is the way we
  • 00:51:57.040 --> 00:51:58.220
  • have to activate.
  • 00:51:58.220 --> 00:52:00.080
  • We have to have--I hate to even
  • 00:52:00.080 --> 00:52:01.270
  • use the word "exercise" 'cause
  • 00:52:01.270 --> 00:52:02.210
  • people have made it so many
  • 00:52:02.210 --> 00:52:03.270
  • things.
  • 00:52:03.270 --> 00:52:04.180
  • But we have to activate our
  • 00:52:04.180 --> 00:52:05.210
  • systems.
  • 00:52:05.210 --> 00:52:06.100
  • And it's centered around
  • 00:52:06.100 --> 00:52:07.160
  • done a very specific way and we
  • 00:52:09.200 --> 00:52:11.030
  • know that research shows that
  • 00:52:11.030 --> 00:52:13.040
  • there's types of short-burst
  • 00:52:13.040 --> 00:52:15.090
  • training that I'm gonna let you
  • 00:52:15.090 --> 00:52:16.220
  • talk about here in just a minute
  • 00:52:16.220 --> 00:52:17.250
  • that are far more--
  • 00:52:17.250 --> 00:52:20.040
  • talk about bang for the buck.
  • 00:52:20.040 --> 00:52:21.210
  • If you got a few minutes in the
  • 00:52:21.210 --> 00:52:23.050
  • gym, people think, "Well, I have
  • 00:52:23.050 --> 00:52:24.090
  • to go work out for an hour,"
  • 00:52:24.090 --> 00:52:25.080
  • and so they don't go.
  • 00:52:25.080 --> 00:52:26.190
  • You can go for 3, 4 minutes and
  • 00:52:26.190 --> 00:52:28.000
  • get the same thing you can get
  • 00:52:28.000 --> 00:52:29.120
  • in a 30- to 40-minute workout.
  • 00:52:29.120 --> 00:52:31.250
  • So tell us a little bit about
  • 00:52:31.250 --> 00:52:32.280
  • that, Ian, in the last couple of
  • 00:52:32.280 --> 00:52:33.290
  • minutes here.
  • 00:52:33.290 --> 00:52:34.170
  • - Ian: Let me first say to you
  • 00:52:34.170 --> 00:52:35.090
  • that if someone said to me I
  • 00:52:35.090 --> 00:52:36.050
  • one thing for better health.
  • 00:52:38.250 --> 00:52:40.020
  • That's all I can get, one thing.
  • 00:52:40.020 --> 00:52:42.020
  • That one thing would be
  • 00:52:42.020 --> 00:52:43.060
  • movement.
  • 00:52:43.060 --> 00:52:44.130
  • Movement--and as much as I love
  • 00:52:44.130 --> 00:52:46.200
  • nutrition, but if you said,
  • 00:52:46.200 --> 00:52:47.280
  • "Just one thing, Dr. Ian, to
  • 00:52:47.280 --> 00:52:49.130
  • make--to give me the biggest
  • 00:52:49.130 --> 00:52:50.230
  • every organ system in the body,
  • 00:52:53.230 --> 00:52:56.230
  • period.
  • 00:52:56.230 --> 00:52:57.160
  • Brain to your toes, every organ
  • 00:52:57.160 --> 00:52:59.260
  • system is movement.
  • 00:52:59.260 --> 00:53:01.040
  • You're right, people get
  • 00:53:01.040 --> 00:53:02.120
  • intimidated by the word
  • 00:53:02.120 --> 00:53:03.100
  • "exercise."
  • 00:53:03.100 --> 00:53:04.100
  • And the reason why
  • 00:53:04.100 --> 00:53:05.060
  • they get intimidated is because
  • 00:53:05.060 --> 00:53:06.040
  • pop culture has led people to
  • 00:53:06.040 --> 00:53:08.060
  • believe that exercise means
  • 00:53:08.060 --> 00:53:10.030
  • going into a gym for 2 hours
  • 00:53:10.030 --> 00:53:12.280
  • with tight-fitting clothes.
  • 00:53:12.280 --> 00:53:15.050
  • You got guys who are musclebound
  • 00:53:15.050 --> 00:53:16.270
  • throwing weights around, you
  • 00:53:16.270 --> 00:53:18.030
  • know, beautiful women in these
  • 00:53:18.030 --> 00:53:19.220
  • tight--that's a scene.
  • 00:53:19.250 --> 00:53:22.250
  • That has nothing to do
  • 00:53:22.250 --> 00:53:24.150
  • with what you need to--
  • 00:53:24.150 --> 00:53:26.070
  • - Scott: That's nothing to do--
  • 00:53:26.070 --> 00:53:27.130
  • - Ian: Nothing to do with it,
  • 00:53:27.130 --> 00:53:28.040
  • right?
  • 00:53:28.040 --> 00:53:28.220
  • - Scott: Not in real life,
  • 00:53:28.220 --> 00:53:29.120
  • yeah.
  • 00:53:29.120 --> 00:53:30.020
  • - Ian: Right, but that
  • 00:53:30.020 --> 00:53:30.210
  • intimidates people.
  • 00:53:30.210 --> 00:53:31.120
  • There are people who look at
  • 00:53:31.120 --> 00:53:32.030
  • that and say, "That's not my
  • 00:53:32.030 --> 00:53:32.230
  • style.
  • 00:53:32.230 --> 00:53:33.140
  • That's not what--I don't wanna
  • 00:53:33.140 --> 00:53:34.080
  • do it," so what I wanna say to
  • 00:53:34.080 --> 00:53:35.020
  • people is that get up off your
  • 00:53:35.020 --> 00:53:36.280
  • chair or out of your couch
  • 00:53:36.280 --> 00:53:38.230
  • and just move first.
  • 00:53:38.230 --> 00:53:40.220
  • Move.
  • 00:53:40.220 --> 00:53:41.260
  • Walk a quarter of a mile a day
  • 00:53:41.260 --> 00:53:42.290
  • for a week, then improve that to
  • 00:53:42.290 --> 00:53:45.100
  • half a mile.
  • 00:53:45.100 --> 00:53:46.200
  • Make slow, slow gains, but if
  • 00:53:46.200 --> 00:53:48.270
  • you're talking about the best
  • 00:53:48.270 --> 00:53:50.060
  • lose weight, and to restore
  • 00:53:52.210 --> 00:53:54.150
  • energy, it's called HIIT,
  • 00:53:54.150 --> 00:53:56.200
  • H-I-I-T.
  • 00:53:56.200 --> 00:53:58.220
  • High Intensity
  • 00:53:58.220 --> 00:54:00.070
  • Interval Training.
  • 00:54:00.070 --> 00:54:01.130
  • And what that means, very
  • 00:54:01.130 --> 00:54:02.150
  • simply, is this.
  • 00:54:02.150 --> 00:54:03.200
  • of physical activity
  • 00:54:06.190 --> 00:54:07.240
  • and then you rest.
  • 00:54:07.240 --> 00:54:09.080
  • Intense and rest.
  • 00:54:09.080 --> 00:54:10.260
  • For example, you get on a
  • 00:54:10.260 --> 00:54:12.000
  • treadmill, you run as fast as
  • 00:54:12.000 --> 00:54:13.180
  • you can, if you can.
  • 00:54:13.180 --> 00:54:15.010
  • If you can run.
  • 00:54:15.010 --> 00:54:15.160
  • If not, walk.
  • 00:54:15.160 --> 00:54:16.080
  • You run or walk as fast as you
  • 00:54:16.080 --> 00:54:17.210
  • can for 30 seconds.
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  • Then you put it down to a very
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  • slow walk for 35 seconds.
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  • Then you put it back up and go
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  • for 30 seconds.
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  • It's burst alternation.
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  • High burst with low burst.
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  • - Scott: It simulates more of
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  • our human life.
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  • - Ian: Absolutely, and studies
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  • have shown that, by doing HIIT,
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  • H-I-I-T, and go to my website,
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  • you can see the video I did,
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  • it's probably--
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  • - Scott: We've--you've actually
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  • done some clips that--
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  • - Ian: Yeah, yeah, we're gonna
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  • show.
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  • So in this workout, if you do
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  • that workout, you will burn more
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  • calories in a shorter period
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  • of time and, not only that,
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  • you will burn calories up to
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  • 24 hours after working out.
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  • Why?
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  • Because when you do this
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  • exercise, you actually have to
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  • repair your body for a much
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  • longer time and that repair
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  • process that your body's going
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  • through requires energy,
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  • requires calories.
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  • So you take someone who just
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  • does what I call steady state
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  • exercise, you walk on
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  • a treadmill, same pace,
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  • 45 minutes,
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  • "Oh, I really worked out."
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  • You didn't work out.
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  • I'll take someone for 20 minutes
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  • or less and put them through the
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  • interval training and they will
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  • triple the amount of calories
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  • that you burn and do it 24 hours
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  • later.
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  • So if there's an exercise you
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  • You can do it in 27 minutes.
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  • I got a 15-minute workout that
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  • you can do and you will still
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  • get the great caloric burn
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  • that you're looking for.
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  • - Scott: Because of the way
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  • that it's done.
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  • It's done in the short burst.
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  • In the last just closing, you
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  • know, minute or two that we
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  • have, I just want you first of
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  • all just to look, Ian, I want
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  • you just to reach out, if you
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  • would, because I know there's
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  • somebody out there needs
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  • encouraged.
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  • And if you just reach out and
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  • just pray for them right now.
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  • And just to tell them they can
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  • do it.
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  • - Ian: You know, I want you to
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  • know that God is the most
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  • amazing.
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  • And what God has done is God
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  • has given us the tools and the
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  • equipment that we need to be
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  • the best of who we are.
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  • And you are not alone.
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  • There are millions of people who
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  • you may not know, who you don't
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  • know their names, but there are
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  • millions of people who are
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  • struggling with what you're
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  • struggling with.
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  • But there are millions who've
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  • actually made it.
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  • And what I wanna implore you is
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  • to first believe that you
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  • can do it.
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  • And do it by making small
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  • changes first.
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  • Don't try to do too much
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  • at once.
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  • You'll overwhelm yourself.
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  • But make small changes and
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  • surround yourself--here's the
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  • key.
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  • Surround yourself with others
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  • who are positive, who are
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  • like-minded, who are gonna hold
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  • you accountable and who you will
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  • hold accountable.
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  • And if you do that and you find
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  • a plan that is sustainable and
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  • reachable and accessible and
  • 00:56:43.150 --> 00:56:45.040
  • affordable, you will succeed.
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  • But first, you have to give God
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  • the glory and you have to
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  • believe that you can do it.
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  • God will never put more on you
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  • than you can bear, ever.
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  • It's gonna be challenging,
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  • all right?
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  • It's gonna be challenging but,
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  • remember, just because it's
  • 00:57:01.090 --> 00:57:02.230
  • challenging does not mean
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  • it's not doable.
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  • And if you are strong and you
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  • are a believer, it'll happen.
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  • - Scott: Dr. Ian, thank you for
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  • being with us.
  • 00:57:09.210 --> 00:57:10.130
  • Great information.
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  • - Scott: So thank you for
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  • watching.
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  • God bless you, everyone.
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  • Remember, health is a choice.
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  • Choose life.
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  • Choose life.
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