ZYTO Wellness Webinar – Digestion: Energy, Emotion, Form, and Function

Good morning everyone. We’d like to
welcome you to this month’s Wellness Webinar. As many of you know, this is our
third or fourth month of doing the Wellness Webinar series here at ZYTO, and
so we’re very excited and pleased to be here with you today if this is your
first time coming. We welcome you we hope that this is an
enjoyable experience. We hope it’s a great opportunity to learn and, and
further develop and understand things in different lights. If this is your second
or third time, we welcome you back. We hope that this is this has turned into
something that you look forward to. We’ve had a ton of feedback from customers and
people that are incredibly interested in what we’re producing and, and putting
together and organizing these webinars. This webinar series is incredibly
important to us. We view it as a great opportunity to come together as a
community to share insights and information. We have a global community
that have come from many different backgrounds and, and understandings and
professions. And we believe that coming together in this in this webinar series
is a great opportunity to share those perspectives. I’d like to introduce
myself. My name is Jeff Crabb. I’m the Director of Marketing here at ZYTO.
And what ZYTO is is an insights platform that practitioners and business
builders all around the world use to help gain insights into wellness. As
you’ll see here, ZYTO has a Hand Cradle, which many people have. If you’re a
customer, you have this. It’s very familiar. It’s very iconic to our brand.
The Hand Cradle is a Class II registered medical device with the FDA
here in the United States. It does not diagnose or treat ailments or
illnesses, but rather provides insights to you the practitioner that will allow
you to further help and assist others in their journey to wellness. Today, we have
kind of just a couple of things that I’d like to bring up. Many of you have
probably heard about our global conference that we’re going to be having
this year. It’s happening October 19th and 20th in Salt Lake City, UtahThe
theme of this event is Discovering Wellness with You. We view this
community as so valuable and we’re so blessed to be a part of it, and so we
want to come together. We use these webinar series as kind of these smaller
events that we can have come together and discuss these things. But ultimately,
it will build up to this larger event that will happen in October where we can
come together as for over 400 people will be in attendance.
You can meet vendors. You can meet speakers. We’re gonna have great speakers.
Dr. Cook, the CEO and founder of ZYTO will be the first keynote speaker at
this event. It’s just a great opportunity. We had it about 4 or 5 years ago,
and the feedback that we’ve gotten ever since have hosting that originally has
just been through the roof phenomenal. And people have requested time and time
again, “When are you gonna have that annual conference again?” And so we are so
pleased to be able to bring that back to the community again this year.
So let me, without kind of further ado, let me introduce our speaker today,
Leonie Baxter. Leonie is actually from the UK London area, just outside of it,
and she is a phenomenal person. We’re so grateful we’ve had the pleasure, at least
me personally, I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Leonie for a couple of years now.
She’s a great, she has a great fun personality to be around. But beyond that,
she has a ton of experience in this field of holistic medicine and this
holistic approach to health and wellness. She has a Diploma in Nutrition, Advanced
Clinical Herbal Medicine, Advanced Health Psychology. She has set up a
couple of different practices: one in Hampshire, England, the other in Marble
Arch just near central London. And so she, we’re just so pleased and blessed to have
her here with us today. She’s going to be presenting on exploring the interplay of
energy, emotion, form, function, and digestion. And I think that we’re all
just gonna looking forward to it. I know we have a ton of people already here on
the live broadcast today. But Leonie, welcome. We’re so glad to have you here.
—Thank you. I’m delighted to be here. So yeah, I hope I could give you guys
an interesting, explorative, and entertaining
view looking at the interplay of energy, emotion, function, and form with, with some
focus on digestion because that’s kind of where all begins and ends really.
Enrolling a lot of practitioners at the moment are very interested in this area
particularly is really where everything begins and we’ll go on and take a look at
that. —Leonie, could you, can you tell us a little bit maybe more, just expound a
little bit more about you. Tell us a little bit about, you know, who you are
beyond a practitioner. What brought you into this industry in the first place?
What interests you and what you do on a day-to-day basis. Yes. Well, I’ve always
had a very inquiring mind. My, so I studied psychology years ago, and that
took me into the pharmaceutical industry where I then studied some pharmacy and I
worked there on working with sort of training some of the doctors and things
on tclinical trials. But I always kind of thought it was a very
one-dimensional view and that there was a lot more going on. And I had a really
natural interest and passion for herbs already and nutrition, and so I went
on to study those things and began my own practice. And I then later on did a
Master’s Degree in Health Psychology, and so my practice was basically the
interplay of all those different areas. And then probably back in 2008, I became
more interested in sort of energy medicine and some of the Chinese
perspectives, although I didn’t go down that route so much. But homeopathy and
some of the biocommunication scanning systems, I started to find an interest in,
and I work with some of those. And, and with some really great practices with
some amazing practitioners, and it just kind of went from there really.
—And, and remind me when did you, when did you first get to know ZYTO? —I, I first
found ZYTO in 2014, and I’ve been working with it ever since.
—Okay, that’s great. And I do want to make mention before we kind of, you know, head
off down the path and like, and I’ll turn the time fully over to Leonie
for the presentation. Please, if you’re a live attendee, we have on the right side,
I believe this GoToWebinar link that you have, there’s an area where you can open
up a ask question box or a question box. Please submit those questions throughout
the broadcast. We’re going to be interjecting questions back to Leonie
and she’ll be happy to answer any of those. Towards the end we’ll have time
for just a couple more as well, so please take advantage of that. We’re going to be
filtering as many questions in throughout this presentation as possible,
but make sure that you’re utilizing that as well. So without further ado I’m gonna,
I’m gonna kind of sit back and enjoy this presentation just like everyone
else, and thank you again Leonie for being here. —Thank you. Okay, so without
further ado let’s begin.So I’ve always been fascinated in the interplay between
energy, emotion, and how energy creates form and function. So we’re going to take
a look at energy and matter origins because that’s kind of where all began.
We’re going to take a look at function and emotion, some energy, physiology, and
elements of digestion because, as I said, that’s where it all really begins. And
then a last you look at some energy physiology and psycho-spiritual
maturation, which is where the today’s giveaway comes from because in my
practice, I’ve always used a splicing and an interplay of all of those key themes.
So first of all, we’re going to look at our energy origins because essentially
it all started with Big Bang. And so about 15 to 20 billion years ago, the
universe arose with a cataclysmic explosion, fusing subatomic particles
together, some creating some of our basic elements like hydrogen and helium. And
galaxies were formed, and thus were produced all of the chemical elements
found both on earth within our plant systems and more importantly within us
today. Now, anybody who’s studied biochemistry and on a academic level
will know that biochemistry asks how all that interplays together—how do we make
sense of that? And so it all begins essentially with energy. Everything
begins really small. So the most minute particles that happen from Big Bang
really are our gluons are quarks which you guys may have heard,
or you may have heard of the Hadron Collider and CERN where they’re working
with finding antimatter and experimenting with it. But basically we
all begin, and we all begin with energy. A matter is made of energy. So it starts
off really small with color charges, and we essentially rotate polarized light
and that’s what we are in our very smallest form. So all of our molecules,
all of our, the atoms that make our molecules are essentially rotating
polarized light. And let’s just take a little better look at that. So we can see
that quarks and gluons, they hold color charge though they are essentially light,
light energy, and magnetism .And so, what these do is they bunch together
through gravity for sound vibration and light, and they group together to make
atoms, or they start off with electrons, neutrons, and protons. And the electrons,
neutrons, and protons, and neutrons and protons make atoms, which make molecules,
which make cells. And so all these essential elements of energy grouped
together to make physical form, and the physical form that we know and recognize.
So we all know pretty much what a molecule looks like what an organelle in
a cell looks like what cells and tissues look like and we know that tissues make
organ systems we know that they may bus muscle bone the central nervous system
and eventually the human bioenergy organism now the nature of molecules is
determined by how many electrons they contain in their outer shell so again it
comes back to energy so groups of energy create different elements and that’s
kind of important as we go on to look how energy is shared in the body and
we’ll go on and look at that a bit later so we can also take a look at the effect
of energy or matter so how does energy from the environment interplay with
matter in our body with the functioning in our body with the biochemist
three and that we need to move through life and to grow and develop and there
are a number of different really good examples one we can take a look at is
for instance with the eye and we can see the cones and the rod so these are the
cells of the eye and we know that photon energy photonic energy that comes from
the Sun it takes so many million years to come out of the Sun it shoots through
the universe to Planet Earth in about eight minutes or something like that
and then from there the photonic energy goes in through our I through the lens
through the optic nerve obviously through the cells and then it shoots
through the pineal and the pituitary comes up to the frontal lobes where it
starts to be convert into more of a functioning role so those photons that
can elicit emotional energy so for instance if we we learn throughout our
life word patterns which are forms of photons associated with word patterns we
learn what images mean we learn the emotional energy from images and all of
that goes through this this line of processing and what happens is that we
have the release of from this photonic energy working through ourselves and
through our brain we have signal waves along axons and neurons and
neurotransmitters are released uptake occurs by receptors and this goes on in
a great long chain a neuropeptide chain so thoughts happen and emotions occur
just simply from the perception of reading material and from that photonic
energy if we look again at more of how our nerve impulse transmitted we can see
a very good example with neuropeptides and with a sign app so everyone’s
probably seen a synapse we know that the nerve impulse occurs so again if we
think of the photon moving through the eye and the structure of the eye and the
cellular structure of the optic nerve through the pineal the pituitary and out
into the two lobes we know at this point then
that we’ve had transmission through our sign ups is to make that happen the
nerve impulse occurs and this occurs through each of the sign apps is this
opens a calcium channel and the calcium binds and attaches to the synaptic
vesicles here and then we get release of the neurotransmitter into the cavity
between the two the two sign into the synaptic cleft between the two neurons
and we know that as sodium enters the channel that the neuron transmits a
charge across this space we have here league and gated channels and these are
in all of our cells they make up part of our phospholipid membrane of ourselves
and so these are very important because we know here that we need calcium we
need sodium to get this transmission happening but with ligand gated channels
what can happen is is that we can get toxic influences from our environment
that mimic the energy and the molecules that we need and they can make these
leaking gated channels very sloppy they can make these receptor sites lazy and
sloppy over time for want of better words and this has an effect on our
functioning so a typical manifestation of this may be where we are exposed to
pesticides insecticides too many antibiotics too much electromagnetic
frequency pharmaceutical products possibly have long half-lives and very
difficult to get rid of out of our body any synthetic compound that leaves
behind free radicals in our body and so what they can do is make these receptor
sites quite sloppy and that can have a profound effect on our wellness a
typical example of this would be for instance with the neurons would be maybe
something like Parkinson’s or multiple sclerosis but there are other examples I
think that just speaks Leoni of that were ultimately a product of the
environment which we put ourselves so it’s really being more
aware of what we’re allowing our body to be exposed to what we’re our intake
looks like we’re positioning ourselves within this world because ultimately it
all impacts different elements of our body and ultimately the Wellness of the
body right yes absolutely that’s exactly Jeff and I expect a lot of the
practitioner audience here are very aware of some of those epigenetic
factors we call it epigenetics because it’s outside of genetics we know that
probably 50% of any wellness picture or disease is about genetics and the other
50 is about epigenetics so we do have ultimately great power to affect our
health and our wellness and that’s a really positive thing I love that
perspective I love that we are in control of that right yes exactly so looking at now building blocks of
neurotransmitters so we took a look at how atoms make molecules make cells we
can see here but with our the structures of our neurotransmitters which govern
concentration or pleasure or memory or learning or have calming or frightening
effects in our body you know offer very good reasons often we know that what we
can see that they’re actually made up again of these energy fundamental
building blocks so we have oxygen nitrogen hydrogen atoms and these are
fundamental building blocks of our neurotransmitters or neuro peptides
which are basically chain proteins they’re bits of bits of molecule stuck
together all made up of amino acids now neurotransmitters are produced
mostly in the garden there’s some really good research coming out of dr. Zach
Bush’s Research Center in the States the name escapes me I’m sorry I can always
get back to people with that but so what they found is a number of trials have
shown that about 90% of serotonin is produced in the gut the gut lining is
huge it’s about two tennis courts so you know the gut line is absolutely huge and
the reason it’s huge is because it has all
these tiny villi so all of these or these little sections here with the
villi on which are the tiny hairs in here but trap your food and start to
bring it in down to the membrane into the mud into the muck microbiome that
sits all along this lining year and so the gut lining is made of about 13 amino
acids that make a very tightly knit peptide chain this same peptide chain
knits together the very inner lining of your vascular system so all the micro
vessels in your vein and the vasculature of your brain also the vasculature of
your kidneys your eyes and it’s a very very strong this is where the
blood-brain barrier is so the blood-brain barrier isn’t some kind of
like terrain that is you know a blocked area that blocks off the brain from any
blood because the brain you know the brain needs a lot of nutrients and that
comes from blood but what what what the brain blood-brain barrier is this tight
13 amino acid group of peptides and it holds those really tightly together so
that Pro certain proteins can’t get through and we don’t want for instant
toxin proteins to get through or toxin amino acids to get through those very
tight-knit peptide chain membranes they’re extremely important and they are
what define us from the outer world so it’s amazing that we share our outer
world so everything we eat what we touch comes into our bodies and sits in our
gut membrane and it is our link with the outer world at what it’s what helps us
survive and and we acquire this over a long time so we get it both from from
our mothers when we’re born and we take a gulp of the vaginal secretions and we
get it from also our environment as we eat the food local to our environment
and that builds our microbiome it’s really really important there’s some
really great and a really great couple of books out by a guy called Steve
and harab buna and he’s written all about how while I’m and why lines has
has species jumped because we don’t eat from our own environment and where we’re
moving too much into animals environments so there’s some really
interesting reading there but I digress so so on the surface of these this
tightly-knit peptide chain membrane we have the microbiome and the microbiome
is just absolutely key because it a long ways our digestive enzymes and their
effects at cleaving open or amino acids from our foods our fats from our foods
or essential fatty acids or vital amines or vitamins amor go on and look at those
a bit later all of that groups together and there’s a type of crosstalk the
activate immune effectors so there’s immune language going on there’s immune
activation and attenuation there’s nervous messaging going on and as I said
about 90% of serotonin is made in the GAR and about 50% of dopamine quite a
lot of the rest of the doping is made in in in in the kidney but that’s a bit of
a bit of a different subject but basically and microbiome our strong
peptide chain protects us and nourishes us and it it allows us to extract
goodness from our world from what we eat and take into our bodies so if we take a
bit of a closer look at peptide messaging and got physiology we can see
that there are actually very specific there’s some research done and that you
can find on actually the government medical website in the UK I can’t
remember the name of the doctor I should probably have it down here but basically
there’s a study that’s now isolated certain genus is in the microbiome that
actually produce the different neurotransmitters and these are
absolutely critical and key and so it’s really important that we know that and
we keep keep our microbiome in a good state of health because it’s
what what really builds our emotional health and our energetic health in in
many ways so you’ll see here that serotonin is is built from the candida
and track oakerson sericia species obviously the friendly versions
the members of their Sharia bacillus sacrum icees etcetera generate dopamine
and members of lat lactobacillus produce a suti choline and
so on so it’s very you know crucial and key that we we keep our gut microbiome
and in a good good state of order oh man what was the name I just had a quick
question what was the name of that book that you mentioned about microbiome the
best no there’s a there’s a it’s several clinical papers I could recommend but I
I’ll have to let you know those at the end because maybe what would and maybe
what we can do is if you have additional resources like that just for the people
viewing is we can distribute that along with this webinar afterwards so any of
that information that we’re missing within we can send that out afterwards
thanks hey thank you three so one of the you know most devastating impacts on our
emotional health and there’s a lot of research to show that you know
depressions on the increase and obviously degenerative diseases are but
it’s because you see our neurotransmitters the sea of our
neurotransmitter health and formulation sits in the GAR and our gut has sadly
been prone to a bit of antibiotic and microbial attack over the last sort of
twenty to thirty years as items like the glyphosate organophosphate groups have
been sprayed across crops and so all genetically modified crops have they’re
sprayed on them and whilst it may yield a good crop or a very high yield
and there’s a couple of things to consider and one is that the growth is
sped it up and so the alkaloids the phenolic the sugar groups the
carbohydrate groups in the plants are not the same as if we allowed them to
mature and with a certain amount of maturation there’s a small amount of
fermentation that is actually fermented products are actually quite good frogger
and there’s a whole load of research around this stuff this is just a real
introduction but just to give you a good idea about what’s been going on and it’s
you know not not to get down on farming commercial farming or anything like that
at all but it’s just good to be aware of the sorts of chemistry that’s happening
in our plants and and in our environment so a lot of a lot of glyphosate which is
an organophosphate it’s a glycine amino acid synthesized version so it doesn’t
act quite the same in the body but it does borrow energy which is important to
know and there are two acid groups you can see there phosphate phosphate acid
in a and carboxylic acid and it’s importantly it’s water soluble and of
course we are seventy to eighty percent water so that means it’s it works within
us and you know it’s held in it’s held in water now just to give you a bit of
context glycine is actually an amino acid that we build from threonine and
serine when we get those from different foods and I’ll show you those a bit
later but these glycine is important for muscle formation and retaining muscle
formation so so think of some of the degenerative diseases where people lose
you know muscle strength and it’s also really important for RNA and DNA
synthesis glycine the glycine amino acids in the human body and these are
our coding there are what are called codon amino acids and they’re really
important because they then when our nucleus releases a
blueprint of its genetic code so that the the the helix that we’ve seen
everybody’s probably familiar with that’s an RNA blue pip blueprint and
that’s released out to a small factory called the ribosome in the cell so that
happens in every cell and it’s happening all the time your your all of your cells
now are magically creating this beautiful blueprint of your DNA and
what’s happening is the the the RNA is grabbing lots of amino acids from around
the cell and there are different types of RNA see you’ve got coding RNA you
have decoding RNA so they all know they all have these very specific wonderful
jobs and as your blueprint comes out they stick different amino acids on
their different proteins and get it looking good so that it’s ready and
finalized as a final RNA that’s ready to create a new cell so what’s really
important when we look at things like a synthetic glycine amino acid is that
well there’s a study was done in Germany by dr. Stephan France and he was the
pathologist research lead and what they did was and they did some research on
these glyphosate these organophosphates and they noted that you know when a cell
is trying to form its protein so in that RNA ribosomes engine and it will grab
glyphosate instead of glycine and it will form a damaged misfolded protein
which then goes on to replicate and and their exact erin terminology was that
you know after that it’s medical chaos and the high phosphate replaces this
glycine the cell can’t conduct its business as usual and it can cause
unprecedented consequences in many diseases so I think you know it’s kind
of quite easy to see how that could happen and it’s just really critical and
key that we you know you you eat the
cleanest food you can you get your enzymes vitamins minerals essential
fatty acids from good sources and it’s important that we you know take a role
in our environment and try and make sure these organic phosphates are really
limited and we we try not to ingest too much of them because they they pull
apart these essential these these peptide barrier cells and they create
this so for instance in the gut you get leaky gut once this happens you get the
cells become really small and then they can become fibroblastic and mess the
size and and and that’s you know potentially somehow you know cancers can
happen from these effects so so it’s really critical can will come on to a
bit more of that bit later but so you know how do we get our enzymes vitamins
minerals essential fatty acids and other stuff well I’ve I’ve done some quite
quite busy in a minute but it’s it’s really key that we like I just mentioned
really get this from our you know get get good amounts of folate ubiquinone
that we get the medical properties of foods so one of the things that happens
again with these life phosphates is that they and with antibiotic use and it’s
because of their effect on the guards it is that they stop us absorbing folate
and they stop us absorbing our coenzyme q10 they stop us absorbing the wonderful
medicinal effects of food and so you know we really need to take take a good
look at eating organic and making sure that that these that these these
medicinal aspects that we really need on affected and of course it all we all
know the the basic structure of the digestive system so obviously amylase is
released in the mouth you chew you you you masticate you swallow and so really
the first the first interaction with food is that it
hits the stomach and it meets hydrochloric acid an intrinsic factor
from up the cells in our stomach lining and then it goes on to be broken down by
digestive enzymes and bile salts join the party and so the building blocks of
our bodies are liberated from food because we have digestive enzymes and
now in Denmark the our hice University showed the glyphosate and antibiotics
lit inhibit the cytochrome p450 enzyme pathway and that is a a main
detoxification and conjugation pathway that happens with the chemicals and
enzymes in the liver and it’s it’s an essential binding chemical root in the
liver and and another scientist Yossi Anya Sal bago in 2014 did a study and
found that digestive enzymes trypsin amylase and chymotrypsin were
significantly affected by glyphosate so where are our essential elements are
broken down with the energy and the enzyme catalytic activity in our
stomachs then an hour right throughout our gut then you know we need to make
sure that we’re protecting those areas and we can see here the various
different aspects of digestion so your proteins degrade into peptides and amino
acids with trypsin and chymotrypsin essentially cleave these into smaller
smaller proteins and carboxy peptides break down breaks down one amino acid at
a time amino peptidase into free amino acids for absorption fats are cleaved by
lipase into glycerol monoglycerides triglycerides and the bile salts
emulsify and break down the fats for absorption and carbs are broken down
with the amylase mole tazed and lactase and into monosaccharides
oligosaccharides and intestinal bacteria also break these down too so we can take
a bit of a closer look now at where the different vitamins and minerals are
absorbed and so those you who are new to nutrition you know you may find this
helpful I always found this quite helpful it’s always good to look you
can’t remember everything so you can see here that now this has moved a little
bit I think but basically we’re looking at the vital
amines or vitamins here so we can see that see the b12 D etc they’re broken
down in the ileum and you’ll see that the different I’ll just gonna move my
webinar box out of the way sorry different vitamins are broken down in
different areas we’ve got the jejunum etc and we can see the roles that some
of these vital amines play and so just go through two minerals so we can see
now where our minerals are absorbed that a lot of the minerals are absorbed in
the duodenum so of course if there’s any issue with any functionality in any of
these areas you know we’re going to struggle to get our necessary building
blocks for creating new new DNA new RNA for propelling life into our body
because our body is that clever it literally takes everything from the
environment breaks it down into its core essential elements and rebuild stuff for
us I mean how amazing is that it’s just fantastic so then we go into our amino
acids oh these are absolutely essential so you see here some of these are coding
amino acids so some code some decode some transfer amino acids from different
RNA molecules into our coding molecule and so they have such a huge amount of
you know scope and and role within our body in it and it’s crucial that we keep
them you know keep them available within us and that we don’t replace them with
false versions essentially so here’s more of the amino acids
and then essential fatty acids and these create fatty platform fatty platforms in
our neural messaging so these are really key they’re they’re important for
hormones the glandon’s you know vasculature again omega-3 is
anti-inflammatory and they should be in a one-to-one ratio in your body
okay so just going back to our are components of RNA which are you know our
building blocks of life I’ve mentioned these messenger RNA and transfer or RNA
and you can see that when so the code comes out of our nucleus and it
basically comes out comes down down to the ribosomal area where it gets more
RNA and there lots of bits of ribosomes that float in and they go through
there’s three distinct protein receptor areas within this ribosomal RNA but that
take from there are other RNA molecules that float around in in the ribosome and
they basically attach these attach the the right amino acids to to the new RNA
code and then you have other aspects which which stop the coding so our amino
acids are just absolutely vitally important and you know we need our
digestion intact to be able to get these mmm so yeah absolutely key it’s quite
critical isn’t it I was just going to make make mention that one of the
questions we’ve gotten is so once once we transition to I mean you spoke of the
value and the importance of making sure that we’re eating clean or as clean as
possible right organic fruits vegetables and things but once you transition to
eating that way how do you help clean out your system so that it can help
regenerate what would you suggested that great question that’s a fantastic
question well I take everybody case-by-case so
different people will have call it genetic predisposition to have a
weakness in a certain area so somebody with Parkinson’s their blood-brain
barrier has suffered or maybe the kidney where the dopamine is produced everybody
is an individual case but there are some key kind of basic fundamentals and I
think with most people have been exposed to pretty much the same epigenetics
we’ve all got you know mobile phones we’ve all got we’ve all got we’ve all
you know most of us have backs nations most of us been exposed to
organophosphates in some degree another whether we’re walking down in a nice
country walking it’s been sprayed in the fields or whether we’ve eaten it through
our Dyer a lot of us would have some sort of dental work because it’s
difficult not to you know a lot of us will eat sugar which turns on aging
genes a lot of us will have different chemicals that we’ll use in the home and
I mean everything you make from the cup you drink from to the paint on your
walls you know there are epigenetic stimulants there so as a hurdle medicine
practitioner and nutritional therapists there are some key things you can do you
can make sure you have good broad-spectrum amino acids from great
food sources as I showed in the amino acid slides you can make sure that you
detoxify and the best way to detoxifies to increase your glutathione glutathione
you can take in two ways so one is the most amazing herb that I’ve ever come
across well I mean I love all my herb so if you’ve got me on another webinar I’d
probably talk about that well but one of them is is milk thistle milk thistle and
increases glutathione in the body and it’s our body’s natural detoxification
factor it’s very powerful and a good organic milk thistle herb get from a
good source so you know that they’re replanting that it’s not from some you
know perhaps more commercial company that’s spraying the crop you definitely
don’t want any spray on it it needs to be organic a good tincture of milk
thistle or a good powdered milk thistle is absolutely fabulous milk thistle is
hepatoprotective in clinical trials it’s been shown to reverse some aspects of
cirrhosis it’s the only product that is actually injected if somebody has the
avenging angel death cap mushroom and can actually possibly save somebody so
like with any herbal medicine always speak to a herbal practitioner first or
do some really really good research and always start off with you know if you do
go out and get any try tiny bit first because anybody can have sensitivity to
anything but the milk thistle is absolutely amazing at increasing
glutathione cleansing the liver and just being a generally excellent detox herb
the other thing you can do is chlorella and spirulina are well known and there’s
some research to suggest that they combined heavy metals so you can use
those to bind heavy metals out of your out of your body the other thing is
immunity is quite important so getting the immunity going so
echinacea is a fabulous herb again as well and echinacea has been shown to
reduce Candida by about 40% in certain trials it’s also been shown to preserve
the microbiome so it doesn’t attack our friendly bacteria it’s also been shown
to be quite safe over long-term use and it has like a multi-faceted benefit on
the immune system so it perps are great because they tend to normalize and of
course any herb can be toxic in the wrong dose but if you get it in the
right dose they will normalize the physiology and that’s ultimately what
you’re after you want the body’s immune system to wait back up you want it to
recognize false proteins you want it to to macrophage them you want your
macrophages like pac-man to come in and gobble them up and break break down
their genetic code and send them out for detoxification
ultimately through the kidney where you can just get rid of them so you you want
you you do need to tackle immunity as well I would suggest for getting rid of
these you know these sorts of environmental poisons as such all these
epigenetics milk thistle great third general liver detoxification echinacea
great for blood and general waking up the immune system so it recognizes it
needs to look after you there’s also adapted genic curb so some
of the ginseng families can be highly effective just so if somebody has it’s
just maybe a little bit you know munities not working they’ve got a few
kind of secretary infections like maybe a bit of athlete’s fur or fungal stuff
going on you need to just kick start back you know that the immunity but also
a good adaptogen can help because often our immunities fallen a bit of sleep
because we’ve got too much testosterone you know we’ve got too much stress in
our lives and and our body just can’t take it can’t break it down you know and
it affects the thyroid and affects the adrenals and and then our immunity
suffers and so a good adaptogen can be really really helpful and there’s
several out there you need ashwagandha with our nia panax ginseng siberian
ginseng I would say Siberian ginseng is a very good kind of gentle one panax
ginseng it can affect blood pressure in the first few days and it can kind of be
a bit like ping so you might want to be a little bit careful with that one again
speak to a good herb or medicine practitioner or you know just just do
some great research I love that that’s suggestion Leone I say her and go I mean
the amount of information that you have and you know and you’ve learned 30 years
it’s like incredibly apparent so I think that’s a great suggestion is is actually
reaching out to a practitioner that knows and understands these these
different elements there was an additional question of so for the immune
system is beta glucan glucan and i hope i
pronouncing that correctly but is that suggested for the immune system and beta
glucan you know there’s a little bit of research around that I’m not familiar
with the latest to be fair so that’s probably a question I’d like to get back
to somebody on if that’s okay yeah yeah and then I there is another question
about mixes milk thistle and we’ll just make this a quick one but milk thistle
can reverse cyrus so how do i use milk milk thistle in that case well milk
thistle has been shown to reduce some of the effects of cirrhosis so the way
you’d use it the best way would be for if somebody had cirrhosis then you
wouldn’t really want a standardized tincture because it would be suspended
in an alcohol solution so you’d want to get a good organic powdered version and
then you’d want to make eyes or get some capsules you could probably get some
good organic capsules from alfred vogue or maybe they’ll do some good ones or
any good organic organic provider I’m just trying to think so I always make
you know I make my own because of I get the stuff wholesale and and then you
want to get a good so I have like a a scoop so I do probably I’d start off
with say 10 about sort of 5 grams and then build up to about 15 grams about 3
times a day and mix that in with water and anything else that you know you
might want to use with cirrhosis you might want to be using some antioxidants
and some good vitamins and minerals just to help help out that client or patient
get better okay well thank you for that I those are great answers to those
questions thank you so this is where it gets really interesting to me is now
kind of wrapping in the emotional aspect into all that we’ve talked about when we
talk about the overall wellness of an individual like how what is the role now
that you see what that emotions play into all this
well quite let’s take a look so so there’s you know there’s so many
different things to consider as a practitioner and it’s really hard to
kind of know well how do i piece all this stuff together and I think you know
it really happens at it so you know there’s some key things so all of your
epic factors you’ve got a kind of you’ve got to work to manage those in your in
your clients or your patients but there’s also you know the emotional
aspect and um there’s a whole number so the book that we’re going to give away
today is by Carolyn Mis there’s also another really good book by
Candace pert and she did a lot of work she found you know some of them really
she mapped the firstly some of the neuropeptides in the 80s and she was she
was pivotal and doing that I think sadly she’s she’s dead now but but basically
she she found that that the immune system was basically programmed by the
brain and that and she created she did she did a whole load of research on this
and and neuropeptides signal cancer cells by their receptors for growth and
for how about how they spread throughout the body and basically we can see I mean
we you can see on this that that there are links between our nutrients our
neurotransmitters and our peptides and emotions and so she was suggesting that
we we can program ourselves better or we can program ourselves ill and and I know
that there’s been some research a lot of research in the UK over negative
language given to children and particularly teenagers who have like
just this mass cascade of hormones going on and that you know they have a real
need for lots of proteins and protein building blocks and and what they’ve
shown is that the negative words can actually create illness in teenagers and
so there’s some really interesting research around that and I think a lot
of practice a lot of people know you know it’s like somebody
we bad to you you just feel it in your gut you feel really horrible and that’s
why I love working with Americans because you guys are always so positive
and fabulous at that so you always feel great working with American people that
way about you Leone you can sense it through the webinar it’s you’re awesome
thank you so ya can disperse what is is is a it’s a bit of a building block for
the work of Carolyn miss as well so there’s all these other ways of looking
at the emotional side and the energy side we’ve kind of gone through how
atoms make molecules make cells and you know we need these tight amino acid
chains that are holding them together and holding our integrity but also when
it comes to when we saw the sign ups back along in this particular
presentation I mentioned the ligand gated chat ligand gated channels that
the actors gates for ourselves and and emotions and emotional too many
stressful emotions – too many adrenal hormones which come from stressful
environments these can really affect those ligand gated channels and our
cellular function so they can make the receptor site sloppy
so that mimicking synthetic chemicals can get into our for instance our
dendrites and our neurons and they can carry information throughout our body so
it’s really important that that we that we look at that and and and you know
that we understand that that in order to support you know negative emotions we
need to look not only at the functional side that the vitamin b5 the b1 the b2
and all the vitamins and minerals and but that we also work with the with the
emotional side with people and that the emotions are you know work systemically
and that molecules of emotion can be programmed as as dr. Candace
says we can see here another representation of emotions the teeth
that may be affected and the meridians and there are all sorts of wonderful
link so anybody’s got as ITER will know these will see these wonderful links
between the different scans and and you can pick up sometimes that you know if
there’s a speeding pancreas imbalance that anxiety and self punishment is
happening you can also pick up with things like so the the book has anatomy
of the spirit and why people don’t heal and how they can from dr. Carolyn s now
she’s a she’s an amazing practitioner but she’s a psycho spiritual
practitioner but she’s found in her and she’s worked for years she started off
as a Catholic priest so she links the chakras the hinduist
beliefs the Catholic beliefs and the sacraments so she links like shakka wand
to the sacraments and the sacrament of tribe so chakra one is is all about your
birth into life how were you welcomed into the world
was it an abusive environment did you have a mom and a dad or just a mom were
your grandparents nice to you was your community nice to you what language did
you hear that programmed your body to create wellness or or you know a disease
with your environment and so she’s linked and found in her experience she’s
got years and years of case studies and anecdotal cases and it’s absolutely
fascinating so she she basically kind of gives us that emotional link so that
emotional and energetic physiology so how the negative language over years of
abuse from being born into a maybe a family that didn’t want you or just one
parent who was struggling in life and how that turns into so from all of those
neuropeptides and all of those you know sloppy Leegin channels how that turns
into look at a dis ease with life and and what
possible links there maybe with physical issues so he links chakra 1 emotions
they’re all about safety and security so if your safety and security was
challenged you know that that could affect maybe the messaging around your
your immunity that the safety and security would create informational
issues within chakra Wan to do with the physical areas of bones or prostate and
then chakra to emotions blame guilt money power sex and how you manage those
different areas of your life and so she links those to sex organs the pelvis the
bladder and the mid to lower glands in the abdominal area and you can see as
you go on there’s chakra 3 you know right up to chakra 7 and so what she
does she gives a very very strong and very good view of of how emotional
energy can manifest as a disease within the body and I think that probably
brings us to last minute wellness tips bring it home because this is where this
is the stuff I love and I need help with ok thank you Jeff so you know get
outside walking talk we’re friends suck up that environment you know nature has
so many healing beautiful properties and it’s just fabulous you know good water
get a good water filter and alkalizing water field keep your body alkalis we
know that you know cancer tends to flourish more in an acidic environment
if you can grow your own food grow your own grub that’s what we call it’s a
slang word for food in the United Kingdom
try and buy organic I know it’s expensive sometimes for people but try
and advise your clients you know because this is your health and you saw what
happens with the dry phosphate molecule and how it mimics glycine and therefore
gives us a false RNA envelope which then creates a diseased or
elect ease DNA and look at psycho spiritual maturation look at where your
blockages might be you know have you had issues with with your family of birth
you know have your clients had issues with their family birth I know I’ve had
people you know a lot of guys who have father problems where they’ve just had a
really abusive father environment or complete neglect prostate straightaway
shows up and depression as well – contender show up with that area
bioenergetics screening you know these are Zotoh technology I mean I’ve worked
with a number of different systems but I have to say it’s just absolutely
astonishing what you can do in helping to create a wellness picture with a very
comprehensive bioenergetics screening system and the great thing was I – is
you can build your own you can build your own bio surveys you know if you
think everything’s all about liver builder by a survey around it in in in
in in that product you know it’s really quite quite helpful in in alongside your
functional medicine questionnaires and your other approaches homeopathic detox
I’ve found energetic and homeopathic detox I’m working with the emotions so I
do actually use the evokes as well and and that’s another site a technology
absolutely transformative sometimes like that you know it really is quite quite
clever and but there’s there’s other ways of as well you know so if you if
you you know you work with emotions that’s great homeopathic detox energetic
detox any energetic work whether it be Tibetan singing bowls whether it be
Reiki you know amazing I’ve also seen I I’ve seen in Royal Cornwall Hospital
I’ve seen a consultant oncologists bring up a diagnostic of cancer in the colon
that was brought about by a Reiki practitioner and he was blown away by
amazing amalgam fillings are sadly one of our modern-day realities so yeah
try not to have those probiotics dr. Zack Busch he’s done loads of work on
this glow phosphate stuff and how you know the gut lining really really worth
looking at his products fermented foods daily you know there’s kombucha there’s
kefir there’s all sorts of different that’s really great as I mentioned milks
they saw echinacea purpurea organic ginseng and you know work to keep your
environment clean so that you’re not being exposed to these epigenetic
factors that turn on your you’re unhappy genes and I think that’s that’s probably
it but this stage I’d be happy to answer any further questions if we’ve if we’ve
time yeah you know what we let me pull up and see we’ve gotten a ton and I
think one of the things that I think what we’ll do is work we’re gathering up
the remaining kind of questions and and putting them out into a document for you
Leonie and that will get your responsive we’ll distribute those out to all the
viewers right so I just thank you so much I hope that we all found like these
little golden nuggets it was just such an awesome presentation the more I get
into this community and the more opportunities I have in interacting with
practitioners and and like-minded people the more I realize that it’s ultimately
supporting how can we best support the body to heal itself right and it’s it’s
providing it’s providing the right environment it’s making sure that you
know how did the emotions play there’s so many of these different elements that
ultimately impact how we feel and and I just thank you so much Zito has kind of
a unique approach to and we’ve cut we’re going to start distributing more
materials here in the coming months but we kind of have these three lenses that
we look through when you come and you utilize his eyes I know technology the
first beam we look at it through an energetic lens we also look through it
at an emotional level and then a functional level and so the value that
Zito can bring to a practitioner Leonie alluded to this is ultimately
being able to take some information understand it quickly and then with the
expertise of a practitioner be able to help that that individual and whatever
their challenges of life may be and that could be emotional distress it could be
the environment that we are born into and so I just think there are so many
awesome things Thank You Leone if there was if there was a way to clap we would
all be clapping right now and maybe there is I don’t know we need to we need
to have a clapping machine or something like that it’s it’s great I want to
re-emphasize the value of this upcoming global conference in October please
register there’s it like that is the number one thing that we hear back like
I work in the marketing department here at Saito and what I almost weekly
I hear people asking about this and so it’s such a great opportunity to come
come together and Salt Lake City is awesome I love it born and raised in
Utah so I’m a little biased maybe but if you haven’t been here it’s a great
opportunity is Idol headquarters it’s just south of Salt Lake City and so it’s
a great opportunity to kind of get come out here see us in our element we
oftentimes are out there and all throughout the world and it would be
great to have you come and and and spend time with us there
our next site Oh wellness webinar will be hosted on May 2nd at 10:00 a.m.
Mountain Standard time we have a great speaker I’m so excited to have Christine
Cronin with us I met Christine I believe in October this last year personally
face to face and she is she has such an energy about her of wanting to make a
difference in a deep impact in this world she’s originally from Switzerland
she’s moved over here to Boston and for the last I believe 20 years or so she’s
built up her practice in the Boston area here in the United States and has just
seen tremendous success and in her approach to wellness she’s going to be
talking about mindful solutions to address stress and anxiety in our
fast-paced culture that’s probably one of the things that we can all relate to
you know we’re always getting pinged by emails or calls or just different agenda
items that we’re trying to take it you know take care of and she’s gonna
address some of those ideas through what her philosophies are and things so we’re
excited to how her join us so that being said as soon
as this webinar is over we’re going to be sending out a link for registration
to this next webinar on May the 2nd please feel free to share that we hope
this is valuable time for you if you have any feedback please let us know we
would love to have make this a better more comprehensive experience for you we
hope that the topics and themes that we’re talking about are different enough
that you can you fill value of coming each and every time but without further
you know prolonging anything we like to thank once again Leone for your time in
your preparation it was a phenomenal presentation thank you everyone for your
live attendance and if you’re watching this after the fact equal thank you for
your time and and and spending it with us in this last hour and we’ll see you
on May 2nd thanks bye

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