Tim James shares how he overcame chronic serious health issues using these 4 core health secrets to creating more energy, more health and the ability to live life full out!
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3 Key Points
Only you can heal you.
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[0:52] Hi everybody. And welcome to Episode 59. Today my guest is Tim James. Tim is one of those guys that will leave you feeling younger and more energetic just by hearing him speak. His passion flows out of him like a fresh waterfall in a dry desert. And he’s all of forty-eight, but feels like he’s eighteen with more energy. So, what’s the secret?
Well, after suffering from multiple health issues, including rectal bleeding, two separate skin issues, chronic acid, indigestion, and surgery to remove one of his organs due to serious digestive issues, he knew it was time for a change.
So, that is pretty awesome. And the reason that I wanted to have Tim on the call is because I have had serious health issues as well, which Tim and I actually talked about a little bit when we first met up to do this podcast, and I almost died around the turn of the century. That always sounds so funny, but that’s what it was. And my husband actually saved my life. And what I learned is you can’t run a business when you’re sick. So, I think it’s important to talk about health. So, welcome to the call, Tim.
[2:20] Tim: Ellen, thanks for having me on your show today. I really appreciate it.
Ellen: Yeah, it’s great to have you. I am such a proponent of chemical-free bodies, and that is basically what I had to do in order to recover my health. And I won’t say that I ever completely recovered, but I recovered enough that I was able to resume a life. And actually, I didn’t start my business until after that. So, I’ve been an entrepreneur now for sixteen years doing what I do now with the books and business.
So, I’m a big proponent of what you do, and I know that you have your own system, and today you’re going to share the four core secrets of health.
Ellen: Okay. So, let’s jump in. You want to tell us any more about your story or you want to get right into?
[3:04] Tim: Well, my story, I grew up hunting and fishing over in Eastern Oregon on a small cattle and hay farm, and meat was a huge part of my life. And fast forward at age thirty-seven, I was thirty-eight pounds overweight; I had all those health issues. My friend Charles gets chronic lymphocytic leukemia, decides to go to the Hippocrates Health Institute in Florida, which is a natural healing clinic because they didn’t really have anything for his cancer. He asked me to go with him. I learned all about proper detox and good nutrition. And lo and behold, in two and a half years, he was cancer-free. And I completely healed myself, lost all the weight, maintained it; it’s been ten years. I got so passionate about this because I, I was like, “Oh my God, I can heal myself. ” I’m going to tell other people, so they can do it too, like me and Charles did.
[03:49] And I’ve been doing that ever since. We’ve taught thousands of people how to choose properly and make raw living foods. And I became plant-based for eight and a half years, like solid, I eat a little bit of eggs here and there once in a while, but I eat mostly plants. And we try to share this message with as many people as we can, how basic it is. So, I guess I can just launch into these core four secrets. These are things that you guys can do at home that are listening that don’t really cost anything except for the water part. So, let’s get into it.
[4:18] : So, the first thing is that I realized that people said they need a plan; they need something simple. So, I went back to the drawing board. Like what could I put together that made the most difference in my life, but with the least amount of effort? And the first one was drinking half of my body weight and liquid ounces of purified water daily. And if you live in a city where there’s tap water, that’s under high- pressure piping, you also want to get that water restructured because the high-pressure pipings push make the molecules too big and stick together, whatever, and then it doesn’t go through the intestinal lining, and you just pee it all out, so it’s very small to get it very small again, otherwise, it’s like a bowling ball trying to go through a chain-link fence; it just doesn’t work.
[04:59] Ellen: So, is there some system you recommend for that?
Tim: Yeah. I send everybody to my water gal, her name’s Danoucha. It’s like Polish name for Doris, but I don’t know if you’ve heard it before, but it’s “Dan.” I remember like “Dan,” and then “ouch”, “O-U-C-H.” And then, ”a” at the end. So, “Dan-ouch-a”, and she’s got danoucha.com. She’s got that restructuring machine there if you want to check it out.
[5:24]: But anyway, so less than 5% of people are drinking enough water. So, we are literally walking around with what we call cellular dehydration. And without enough dehydration, you’re not going to burn calories effectively; you’re not going to absorb nutrients properly; your lymphatic system, your garbage-removal system doesn’t work properly; the colon doesn’t work properly; your brain doesn’t function properly. Not enough water actually lowers IQ. It’s the difference between finding your keys and looking at hunting around the house for your keys for ten minutes, that’s just the how impactful water is.
[5:54] Ellen: Do you have a secret for getting people to do that? Because that is, has been a real struggle for me.
Tim: Yeah. We actually, for all these secrets, we have you program your phone with recurring reminders during the days when you want to, then your phone actually, and your subconscious mind will get programmed whether you like it or not just like “plop, plop, fizz, fizz, oh, what a relief it is.”
Ellen: Oh nice. I didn’t know you could do that.
Tim: Through repetition, your subconscious mind will program itself. That’s why they call it, television programming. So, we’re using our device now to program ourselves. And whether it’s like, you want to play the guitar, start doing yoga, remember to call your mom, whatever, you just programmed your phone and repeat, and then it’ll remind you. So, it helps us out with the distractions.
[06:32] Ellen: Can we Google that to find out how to do that, right? It seems like you can Google everything,
Tim: Everything. Yeah. You just had a repeat and recurring appointment in your phone. It’s pretty simple.
[6:40] Tim: Okay. So, if you’re a 200-pound person, that’s a hundred ounces of water a day, and I figure a hundred-pound person that’s fifty ounces. So, things that also counter like flax water, caffeine-free teas, or like green juices. Like if somebody was drinking, you can’t really see it cause this screen thing,
Ellen: Oh, yeah.
Tim: Green 85,
Ellen: Yeah, I can see it.
Tim: That’s one of our products. That with water counts as well as well, but just not sugary stuff, no beet juice or carrot, juice water-that’s a game changer. Okay? And I had one lady lose fifty pounds in eight months doing that one thing.
Tim: Just one thing. That’s how powerful it is. Okay. So, that’s core secret number one.
[07:14] Ellen: You know, it’s funny. I hope you don’t mind me interrupting.
Tim: No, go ahead.
Ellen: Because I love to like ask questions and just kind of chat, but like people will say to me, “Well, how do you keep your weight so even? Cause I, I threw my scale out years ago. I was like, I would get on every day, and I would just trash myself for it if I gained weight; I couldn’t stand it anymore. So, I just got rid of it. But all I did, like you said, all she did was drink water. All I did, I gave up dairy, and I gave up sugar. That was it.
[7:47] Tim: Yeah. Yeah. The two things that dairy is for a baby cow until it’s weaned and don’t longer use it yet. But for some reason we’re the only species on earth that drinks from the breast of another species. And we wonder why we have health issues. If people want to get into it, like casein, the main protein in cow or dairy, cow’s milk, requires the substance renin to break it down. We don’t have that. Maybe cows have it in their stomach. We don’t.
So, that’s why everybody’s lactose-intolerant at some level because we don’t have the necessary substances to break it down; simple stuff like that. And the other thing that’s really interesting factoid is if you look at the chemical structure of sugar and cocaine, they’re almost virtually identical.
Ellen: Very addictive.
[8:28] Tim: Yeah. And what we’ve found is that sugar is actually three times more addictive than cocaine. So, it’s easier to get somebody off of cocaine than sugar. So, people got to think about this stuff when they’re giving their kids sugar, but we were raised with it. Moms handing it to us, grandma and grandpa. I grew up on that stuff. So, it’s not that anybody was bad. We just didn’t know.
Ellen: Right. We didn’t know.
[08:46] Tim: People get off of it and they get results just like you did. So that’s, of course, your number-one core secret. Number two is chewing your food until liquified. Very, very important. You get teeth in your mouth for a reason. Now, when I went to Hippocrates, Dr. Scott talked to us about digestion from the time you start chewing until the time the food exits, and they explained everything. It’s like, “Whoa, I never knew this. This makes sense. How come nobody taught us this in high school or college or anything?” My mom and dad didn’t know this.
So, they were trying to sell us on trying to get a call and hydrotherapy session or colonic. I don’t know if you’re familiar with those.
[09:23] Tim: So anyway, chew your food really well. And the reason why is because we have two ducts in our upper mouth and four in our lower mouth is freed the enzymes, amylase, and lipase. These are what digests and breaks down our starchy carbohydrates power fats. So, if you don’t share your food really well, it’s going to take longer for your digestive tract to process stuff, and you’re not going to have the necessary stuff in there to break down these starches and fats. So, that’s why you got to chew your food really, really well, and then you’ll get good digestion and elimination that way rather than gut-rot fermentation. So, that’s really, really important.
[9:56] And again, for those out there thinking about “What about protein?” Well, in your stomach, you have what’s called hydrochloric acid and a substance called pepsin that breaks that stuff down. It’s already in the stomach, but the starchy carbohydrates and fats really need you to chew really well. And here’s another cool thing that I learned about chewing your food well: Dr. Gabriel Cousins, who’s like eighty years old and can do thirty pull-ups basically said that by stimulating the meridian points by your teeth, touching each other and chewing your food, well, you can actually increase your serotonin uptake production by up to 500%. This is huge. So, that’s our happy juice. How many people are taking pills to get happier and beat depression? You can beat depression by simply chewing your food really well as in an apple.
Ellen: That is amazing.
Tim: Yeah, it’s free.
[10:39] Tim: It’s free, it’s free. And I heard this stuff, and I knew how important it was, but I didn’t really get it until a couple of things happen. I learned about people like over an Auschwitz during the Holocaust. And this one guy, I can’t remember his name, but he didn’t really lose weight like everybody else and he stayed pretty healthy, what was he doing? He tried to chew his food like 200-300 times each bite, what little food he had. So, what he didn’t know he was doing, he was manufacturing all these enzymes, and then really getting maximum nutrition of his food, and then, also, those enzymes that were unused, went to his body to repair and rebuild stuff. So, he became this enzyme manufacturing machine.
[11:22] Ellen: Well, this is really important because I put together a book called How to Crush it in Business without Crushing your Spirit, How Entrepreneurs can Overcome Depression and Find Success. It was a labor of love and I did it because, everybody’s looks so perfect on Facebook, but then I would hear behind the scenes how unhappy people were or how depressed they were, and so, I put together this collaborative book and, which plug, is on Amazon (http://ellenlikes.com/crush-it. And everybody had a different way of how they coped with their depression and got through it, and nobody talked about chewing your food.
Tim: Yeah, who would think about it?
Ellen: So, for anybody who’s going through that get the book and chew your food.
[11:55] Tim: Yeah. Yeah. That’s smart advice. That’s really good advice. I know it’s worked for me very well and thousands of our clients. And you have to think about this, less than 4% of people are chewing their food well enough. Right. So, it’s, it’s a big, big, important deal. And there’s probably a bunch of other benefits that I don’t even,
Ellen: It’s probably higher with entrepreneurs because we’re always in a hurry and we’re always under deadlines. Yeah.
[12:17] Tim: Yeah. And if you don’t chew your food, well, it’s not going to end well for you, because literally, you’re destroying your intestinal villi or those little hairlike structures that lie in the small and large…
Ellen: Well, are you ever too old to start?
[12:29] Tim: No. Nope, Nope. The body’s a self-regenerating mechanism, just like we get new skin cells all the time, new liver, heart, our body’s reproducing. In fact, if we took every cell out of your body and put it into a catalog, and then came back in seven years and looked all new cells, it’s a completely new Ellen. The Ellen that we see here today, the physical manifestation of you is not here anymore; it’s new cells. So yeah, it doesn’t matter what age you’re at you can start to heal yourself; look younger and feel better. Okay.
[12:57] So, core secret number three, moving on, less than 2% of the population does this. So, this is big-time excitement, because if you don’t do what other people are doing that’s where success is usually, especially the masses. So, avoid liquids with your meals.
Tim: That’s secret number three. And we say for beginners, stop a half-an-hour before you eat drinking liquids, and then wait an hour afterwards, and then start drinking lots of liquids again. If you’re stage four something or you’re Olympic-level athlete, or you’re just trying to be the best mental clarity, maybe you have a speech to do or a presentation, then an hour before stopped drinking liquids and wait two hours after. Or, if you just want optimal health and longevity, and then drink a lot of liquids again. So, that’s core secret number three.
[13:37] And then, the last one is core secret number four, which is less than 1% of the population is doing. So, that means a big-time opportunity here. And that’s doing some breathing exercises before you eat. So, why would you do this?
Well, if you drink lots of water, the cells ready to absorb the nutrients, now you’re eating your food, you’re chewing it really well, you’re avoiding liquids with meals, so, you get good digestion and absorption of nutrients, and now the foods coming down in the stomach and the intestinal track, and guess what? You’re stressed. Okay? You’re stressed out from society and the demands or maybe, maybe you have a poor relationship, maybe you don’t like your job, maybe you get stressed with kids, maybe you’ve got an autistic child, you’re taking care of an older relative, or all that stuff combined.
[14:23] Ellen: Yeah. Or, it’s just like I was saying before, isn’t it just that we don’t pay attention when we’re eating to eating?
Tim: Yeah, yeah. We’re talking or we’re just distracted, you know? So, the reality is this the subconscious mind, we go into, let’s call it, “fight or flight.” This is the sympathetic nervous system, fight or flight mode. And you don’t might not think that you’re stressed out, but you are. And it can’t tell the difference, so it is stressed out. So, what happens is this fight or flight mode, the blood leaves the organ systems, and it goes out to your extremities to fight or run to flight. And you can’t digest your food really well.
[14:57] And the more stress you have and the more that you’re in this sympathetic nervous-system mode or fight or flight mode, the less your digestion is going to work. So, just simply taking a big breath into the nose, pausing at the top for a moment, and then releasing out to the mouth, and just letting go of all the garbage, and the news, and all this crap during the day, and then back into the nose, and then just repeating this a few times four or five, six times, take a minute or two, that’s it, and then you can do it at the table if you’re embarrassed to do that, for whatever reason who cares? Go to the bathroom, get in the bathroom, stall, do some deep breaths. People probably think what’s going on in there,
[15:33] Ellen: But can do it as a family,
Tim: Yeah, do it together. Hold hands and bring it together and just bring it down and then just really be grateful for your food. And then, you’ll be surprised how much better you digest, which brings up kind of a side point, which is that I’ve noticed is that if you really want to have a piece of cake, and you’re like, “Oh, I shouldn’t eat it. And then you do it anyway. And you’re like, “Oh, I’m such a fat loser.” Well, guess what? You’re not going to digest that well, but if you really want that cake, you’re like, “You know what? I deserve it. I’m going to enjoy it. My body’s going to process it. It’s going to take whatever nutrients that are there. If there are any, and it’s going to get rid of the rest of the discard, the rest, and I can get my body’s going to handle it beautifully. I love it. I love myself,” boom. You’re going to digest it better.
So, your attitude towards food, your emotional relationship with food, is also very, very important. This is like a bonus. This is secret number five we never talked about.
[16:24] But those are the core four secrets. They don’t really cost much. They’re free basically, except for maybe the purified water. Like I said, get ahold of Danoucha. You can go to the grocery store, at least, buy single purified water and pack it in gallon, glass jars for twenty bucks.
Ellen: Yeah, we get the Mountain Valley.
Ellen: Yeah, yeah, in the glass bottles.
Tim: So, there you go.
Ellen: And in some places you can get it through like, Sparkletts or some of those kinds of places where they’ll deliver.
[16:49] Tim: Yeah, yeah. We just try to have people avoid plastics…
Tim: Because these estrogen mimickers do come out of the plastics and there’ll be like, “Oh, well it’s BPA free.” Well, there’s other estrogen-mimicking substances besides BPA like BPS; we just avoid plastic at all costs.
[17:05] Ellen: Yeah. That was one of the first things when I got sick is get rid of all the plastic.
Tim: Yeah. Yeah It creates these estrogen mimickers. And for women, we’ve seen it contributes towards breast cancer, cervical cysts, and stuff like that. Men, prostate cancer, man boobs stuff you don’t want, right? So, it just throws off our hormonal system. And people don’t realize this, but these (inaudible) are so prevalent today that even up into the 1500 miles into the interior of these pristine lakes, the little two and two-and-a-half fish, fish have both male and female organs and why because…
Ellen: Or, they’re finding ones that are just like, they’re not normal or they’ve got two heads or, I mean, all kinds of really terrible things.
[17:46] Tim: Plastics, really plastics. And we are polluted today. Ellen, it’s bad. So, if people want to Google something like you suggested, type this in “umbilical cord and chemical,” and you’ll see the studies going back to 2005 that show that every single umbilical cord study done, they tested like for 400 chemicals, they found like 250 of them.
So, 71% of what they were looking for and 180 of these cause cancer in humans, 212 cause developmental and brain disorders, and so on and so forth. So, massive amount of pollution today. You can’t see it, but it’s inside of you. And we teach people how to do daily detoxing, gut, organ, blood fat, and muscle tissue and get that stuff out. It’s something that’s sub-basement too, even before you put in healthy foods.
[18:27] Ellen: Right. You know, also, I see this more and more, younger and younger people getting cancer, women in their thirties and forties, and that’s all part of it too. There’s just so much pollution, and I don’t think there’s enough education. And I’ll tell you one of the other things that we had to do, which you didn’t talk about, which I’d love to hear your take, is we eat all organic as well.
Tim: Um-huh. Oh absolutely. I mean…
[18:52] Ellen: Cause again, you’re getting pesticides, you’re getting chemicals, all that stuff. And if you can’t afford to eat all organic, definitely look up on Google the foods that you should always avoid. If they’re not organic, cause there is a list, right? There’s a list of the ones that are the worst offenders
Tim: Uh-huh. Yeah. Absolutely there are some.
[18:52]: Ellen: Things that grow in the ground. Like I know potatoes.
Tim: Yeah, strawberries and stuff.
Ellen: Yeah, yeah.
[19:15] Tim: Yeah. and that’s why I just did this on another show, we were talking about this, like eating healthy does not have to be expensive. Now if you go to prepackaged stuff, and doing all that, and having somebody else make it for you, yeah. Cause healthy, fresh foods, they go bad quickly.
Ellen: Yes, they do.
Tim: They do. They’re very perishable like sprouts. So, we teach people to grow sprouts at home, sprouts, lentils, mung beans, any nuts, seed, grain, or bean, it should be soaked in water
[19:38] Ellen: Oh, do you have all the ways to do it too? Do you have like the, you sell the jars and all that stuff?
Tim: No, we don’t do that. Well, we actually used to go on a company called The Sprout Company and we did all that, but we don’t do that anymore. So, we’re really big on the detoxing end of it because that’s the foundation. If we can get the detox good, replace the bacteria in the gut, get the greens into people in those green juices twice a day, they just come back to life, core four secrets and those protocols.
[20:03] Ellen: Yeah, and we talked a little bit about this before, but I want to bring it up for everybody else. What if people are very allergic to begin with? Because, of course, that also comes from having eaten a lot of crap.
[20:16] Tim: Well, , if you have allergies, whether they’re seasonal allergies or pet allergies or food allergies, these are a combination of the same things that are causing cancer.
Time: And all other issues in humans. We’ve got long-term, nutrient deficiencies because 85% of the nutrients are farmed out of the soil. We’ve got chemical toxic buildup. And again, don’t take my word for it. Just Google “umbilical cord and chemical,” and you’ll see how polluted we are. And then, also we are dehydrated. We have what’s called cellular dehydration. So, you stack those three things together, and then throw on top of it, stress; it’s a recipe for disaster.
And so, we’ve noticed that people that have had those allergies again, whether they’re food allergies, pet, or environmental allergies, usually within about a year to three years, they go away as they detox and clean a deep level, flood the body with nutrition. So, and we’ve had some people that are private clients that are extremely allergic to stuff. Like if they had one bite of a half of a sunflower seed, they would go into a shock.
Ellen: I’m like that.
[21:14] Tim: So, what we do is we have them,
[21:17] Ellen: Nuts are the worst for me.
Tim: We have them make a list of what you can eat, what you know you can’t eat. And then, things you’d like to try. And then, we have them try very small amounts. And then, I customized meal plans cause I’m also a chef. So, we’ve customized meal plans for people like that. So, it’s actually pretty easy for us to help them. But yeah, you can turn that stuff around, and it’s not like a lifelong, like people that get hay fever in the eyes and their eyes swell up.
[21:41] Ellen: It’s itching.
Tim: I feel so terrible for them because it’s like, you can fix this stuff.
Ellen: Well, also, people who live on Claritin and Benadryl and all that kind of stuff.
[21:50] Tim: Yeah. They’re just destroying their gut biome…
Ellen: It’s awful.
Tim: …which is part of their immune system. It’s just, it’s a sad thing. But again, that’s where you have to put self first and not just rely on a pill and get some minor relief. Like what’s causing this in the first place? Let’s get to the root of the problem, solve it, so you don’t have to deal with this crap any more.
[22:05] Ellen: Yeah. And I just want to tell people, it’s very easy to be lazy and take the pill or not do everything that Tim is saying, but let me tell you, do not want to go where I went.
Ellen: You do not want to be that sick. I was dying. I was literally dying. And I mean, basically what it was, was toxic overload. And it got to the point where everything was making me sick; everything I ate made me worse, and I lost thirty pounds in a month, and I was dying. And they wanted to put me in the hospital and give me an I.V. of the stuff that I was reacting to. And my husband said “No way.” And we got online and we found Dr. Sherry Rogers and found out that what I was suffering from was called “environmental illness.” And it’s basically when you start reacting to everything, chemicals and perfume and foods and everything, everything.
[22:53] Tim: Yeah, yeah. The Danoucha, that water gal, where I got my water machine from, she, she, even to this day, she gets around bleach and she starts shutting down.
Ellen: Yeah. Clorox does me in. , like, like for the, the computer, with the cover on a virus, I said, either use Lysol or Clorox, I can’t use Clorox, it has to be the Lysol is much better. But also, a really good thing to try, and I don’t know whether you can do it with a computer. So, don’t call me on this one, but hydrogen peroxide is very cheap and kills a lot of bugs. And don’t drink it unless you have the food grade.
[23:32] Tim: Right, right, right, right. No, that’s good stuff. I take baths with hydrogen peroxide in it.
[23:38] Ellen: Yeah, yeah. So, the other thing that I just want to say to get back to the organics is, it is very trying with coronavirus. I want to get back to something you said about how it goes bad fast. That’s one of the issues we’re dealing with. My husband and I eat all organic and trying to keep all the food in the house is a real challenge. We’ve been on lockdown since March.
[23:58] Ellen: We don’t go out. I’m a senior and he’s a super senior: he’s eighty-nine. And so, we’re being very, very careful. But we run out of things, you know? And then, try to get everything at the same time where I’ll be trying to make a recipe, like, I love this lentil stew that I make, and they didn’t have the jalapeno peppers. But I had the lentils, and then I used the lentils and now I asked for one jalapeno, I got fifteen of them or something, but now I don’t have any lentils. Oh God, it’s just crazy-making.
[24:31] So, we’re definitely spending more because of that, there’s more stuff that we throw out, it gets moldy, it gets old, stuff like that. So, I just want to say that, especially if you’re like us, and you’re locking down or you’re just being super careful, it takes some planning; this stuff takes some planning.
Tim: Yeah, a little bit of planning, but yeah.
[24:52] Ellen: But you have to feel, you have to give yourself permission to say, “It’s okay if I throw stuff out, it’s okay if I spend more,” if you can afford to. And you have to put yourself first, cause you don’t want to end up deathly ill. I promise you, you don’t.
Tim: Yeah. Because then you can’t make any money, and then you can’t help anybody. So, what we suggest people do is buy things in bulk, like eating this way is actually way cheaper. Like I said, you buy prepackaged stuff, that can be expensive. I just bought, every time I buy seeds for sprouting, I always buy a fifty-pound bag of something else. I just bought a fifty-pound bag of garbanzo beans.
Ellen: Yeah. I don’t for the same reason. The minute I open it up, I don’t even want to get like five pounds at a time.
Tim: Yeah. But see, these are dry. These are just the dry stuff.
Ellen: Right. I’m talking about like the dry lentils too. Yeah. I mean, even anything sitting around that has been exposed to air starts to get moldy faster.
[25:45]: Oh, okay. Well, what I would suggest to do then is like, you can buy it. It’s very inexpensive as is diatomaceous earth. And then, you can put some of that in the bottom, put it in some seeds, a little bit diatomaceous, a little bit of seeds, and then get an airtight container, and then seal it in that. And then, that’ll keep the moisture out. And then, the bugs, if there are any bugs in the seeds or they get there that day, imitation search will take care of them.
Ellen: Oh, great. Awesome. Okay.
Tim” And then, you just rinse it off when you’re soaking this, then you soak it when you’re ready. Like I’ve got seeds out there I’ve had for four or five years, and I’ll pull them out and soak them. And we…
Ellen: Right. Yeah. Because they’re living, they’re not like sitting in the bag.
[26:21] Tim: Yeah, they’re just dormant. They pulled seeds, wheat seed out of Tutankhamun’s cave or whatever, and the pyramids or his coffers or whatever you call it, tomb, and they sprouted. And they were like 1100 years old or something. So…
[26:36] Ellen: I lost track of time here because this is so interesting and important. So, but I think we need to move on.
[26:42] Ellen: So, do you have any final tips for people before?
[26:42] Tim: Yeah. I’d say most important thing is to put self first. Don’t wait around to let the wheels fall off. Put yourself first. I see so many business professionals especially, moms included, and some dads too. They put themselves last, and they feel like crap the whole time; they’re stressed out. They don’t feel good; they don’t feel good about their body; they’re not feeling comfortable. And then, a wheel falls off and then they can’t help anybody. Then, they’re like you, in a hospital,
Ellen (Actually trying to avoid being in a hospital.)
Tim: Like me getting surgery, getting an organ removed. Then you’re like, “Who are you going to help then? Now, everybody around you is a mess. So, by putting self first, now you’re teaching other people to do the same, like your kids. Like if you really love your kids, like I tell people, like when people ask me, “Who’s more important, you or your kids?”
Me. Why? Because I teach my kids by example. I want them to put themselves first. So, the only way I can do that as monkey see monkey do by me doing it. Right? It’s not, again, I always say, I’m joking around about this but I’m serious about like, if there’s a bullet, I’m going to jump in front of my kids and take a bullet, no question. But to lead by example for their lives, I put me first. I take care of me. I honor my body. I honor this temple because for so many years, I thought I was, but obviously I wasn’t, I was bleeding rectally. I had to have organ removed. I was a mess. I was overweight, tired, but I didn’t get the right information. When I finally got the right information to do it.
Ellen: Right. That is so frustrating.
[28:04] Tim: And I got fortunate enough to go to a clinic that had been specializing for over sixty-five years now on helping people heal the worst situations, actually helping themselves to heal themselves. Nobody can heal anybody, but you. So, that’s the thing is put yourself first and know that no doctor, no me, no Ellen, nobody, your aunt, uncle, nobody’s going to heal you except for yourself. You have to put yourself first and take action.
[28:26] Ellen: Great advice. So, before we go, I just want to say, my husband is eighty-nine and I got to say, he grew up at a time where they didn’t have all the chemicals and all the things that even I grew up with, you know?
Ellen: But, he took very good care of himself and he was a runner until he couldn’t really do that anymore. But to this day, he juices every single day.
Tim: That’s awesome.
Ellen: Every single day he has at least this big glass of carrot and celery juice (with broccoli and chard or kale).
Tim: He’s like Jay cordage, The Juice Man.
Ellen: Yeah. Yeah, exactly. So yeah.
Ellen: I mean it does pay off. It does pay off.
Tim: Yes, it does.
[29:03] Ellen: So, thank you so much. This has been very informative. I learned a couple of new things and I thought I knew a lot, so I got some stuff I got to try.
[29:12] Ellen: Yeah. Yeah. So that’s it for today. To get the transcripts go to www.booksbusinessabundance.com/podcast. And you’re welcome to join our Facebook group. That link is on the podcast page. And you can get first notice of the new podcast, opportunities to ask questions of the guests, if you have any, network, and take advantage of the marketing opportunities. And occasionally, we do book giveaways and some other cool things in there.
[29:42] Also, I just want to say I have something, well actually this one is going to come after that, but we’re still going to be doing this so I will share it.
We have something really exciting going on right now. And that is that I am helping Terry Levine sell 500 books within about 26 days. So, we have, till the end of the month, she’s trying to get a traditional publishing deal in a nontraditional way by using Publishizer or I don’t know if it’s Publicizer or Publishizer, how you say that. But anyway, I did a special broadcast with her and you can find that also on the page at booksbusinessabundance.com/podcast. And there are some cool bonuses for that, but you know what?
We forgot on this one. We also have a bonus for people. Yikes. So, let’s go back to that.
[30:35]: What is the bonus?
[30:38] Tim: Oh yeah. So, we created a 5% discount code for people that wanted to try our detoxing and nutritional products. So, if they want to do that, they can go to chemicalfreebody.com/ellen for you. And then, just put in the code “Ellen: at checkout to get 5% off their first order. And I always recommend people just click on the savings bundles and pick one of those to get started with. Those are always good place to start and save a little bit of money.
Ellen: Yeah. So, everybody be sure to check that out. Okay? And to get started on your own health journey and anyway, so that’s it for today. Till next time. Bye-bye.
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