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[Transcript] – Held Hostage: How the FDA keeps you from using your own stem cells (and what you can do about it). – Ben Greenfield Fitness

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Held Hostage: How The FDA Is Keeping You From Using Your Own Stem Cells (& What You Can Do About It).

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[00:32:35] Present Legality of Non-Autologous Stem Cell Sources

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Ben: In this episode of Ben Greenfield Fitness Podcast.

Tami: These little things which are so easy to repair if you knew about it. What you eat, how you eat, how you sleep, how a lot you sleep, your thoughts, your feelings, your decisions – your stress, all that is essential, and I need to give individuals a chance to be their own health CEO.

Ben: And so, my spouse and I, our stem cells are saved in the United States stem cells.

Tami: Proper now they are being held hostage.

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Okay. So I’m part of a few Fb groups where there’s a variety of sensible, intelligent docs who repeatedly submit fascinating updates of all the well being and properly-being. And one in every of these groups had a message a number of weeks ago, and the mail was referred to as Held Hostage. The sender feedback that at the time of writing final week, the FDA determined that your own stem cells in your own fats are medicine and only they, which suggests the FDA, have jurisdiction over them. All stem cell remedies using your own cells in the United States must now be from the bone marrow. Japan, Panama and lots of different advanced nations have moved in the other way and have accepted fat cell stem cells for his or her residents resulting from their high degree of security and efficiency.

This publish was so fascinating to me as a result of it's pretty clear that Huge Pharma is regulating our bodies legally, so I invited the sender to return to my show immediately and tell us what's happening in terms of the FDA's elementary regulation of products coming from our our bodies, especially our stem cells, and he is going to fill us. So, his identify is Dr. Tami Meraglia. And hopefully, Tami, I'm not slaughtering your final identify.

Tami: It's not your fault. I obtained married to Italy.

Ben: Good. I figured that it was Italian, as a result of I converse fairly good Italian, Meraglia.

Tami: The one factor you have to do is add a vowel at the end of something.

Ben: Uh-huh. He is a twin-disk certified MD. And apart from, Tami is a ebook referred to as "The Hormone Secret". He’s the CEO of Seattle Stem Cell Middle and International Stemology, the solely stem cell clinic in the nation that also offers complementary hormone, vitamin and inflammation packages with stem cells. He’s a keynote speaker at the American Academy for Anti-Getting older and speaks worldwide on this matter. You could have seen him on TV as a result of he has been to "Morning, America" ​​and Fox, and a bunch of various radio exhibits. And before he obtained into stem cells, he had an excellent profession in ballet, which is fascinating. I do not know. Do Ballerinas get stem cells now, Tami?

Tami: They should be, but I still don't consider.

Ben: What do you name when you level your toes at the point? [19659020] Tami: Painful?

Ben: Painful. Isn't it named when you point your toes like extreme plantar bending?

Tami: Oh, yeah, plantar flexion. Yeah.

Ben: Okay.

Tami: It's a medical fancy word,

Ben: Yeah, but what do they name it during ballet?

Tami: They only call it "the point."

Ben: Okay. So I nailed it. That's the level. Alright.

Tami: Teit.

Ben: Cool.

Tami: Yes.

Ben: Yes. Spectacular. One among my podcast hosts for some time was an actual man – what do you call a person ballerina?

Tami: Dancer.

Ben: Dancer. Okay. He was a dancer.

Tami: That's all they get. They only get a ballet dancer, yeah.

Ben: Sure. It was Brock. He was a dancer. We should always in all probability speak about stem cells, not ballet. So, earlier than we get to know what the FDA is doing now and some of the things I referred to, tell me your historical past in the stem cell area and what you do in follow, as a result of I observed that you are doing quite a bit with your stem cell remedy. So, fill me in on what you're coping with stem cells.

Tami: I truly acquired a stem cell daughter, not a physician. My dad has COPD, which is a continual obstructive pulmonary disease, and it’s a lung illness. He burned for several years, give up, and 15 years after his end date, he was recognized with this terrible illness, which can’t be cured. And once he is recognized and given oxygen, it is the starting of the finish. There isn’t any remedy. So I'm complicated researcher who I’m, I dug in and I assumed that my father can not go down with out me to struggle for his life. And I continued to encounter stem cells.

By way of research, contacts, and discussions, I used to be truly invited to be part of many stem cell clinics round the world, however I really needed to seek out the place that did the analysis, by doing it in a reproducible method, it was tracking. And I felt very strongly that doing something about my own physique was a very good protected first step. That's how I ended up doing it. So, she did her first remedy, and it was unimaginable, nevertheless it takes 3 to six months to start out, and typically even longer. So I just didn't need to wait and see what might occur. I needed to do every thing I might to increase my success. So I re-look at the analysis and it turns out that there is a lot of evidence-based mostly info about vitamin, vitamin, hormone, sleep and stress. There's even loads of evidence of the healing power of quantum physics.

Ben: Wait, what do you mean by the therapeutic power of quantum physics, particularly stem cells?

Tami: So there's a researcher named Dr. Bruce Lipton who was considered one of the first stem cell researchers in the United States in the 1960s. And he grew numerous cartilage bone muscle mass in Petri dishes with stem cells, and his mentor stated to him, "If there is something wrong with the stem cells, don't look at the stem cells, look at the environment." And it gave him the alternative to vary the course of his complete career and see how our ideas and emotions that characterize power can actually change the construction of our cells and receptors that we already know to some extent.

Individuals understand that when you have a tense time in your life, it’s considering and feeling, and that thought and feeling will increase sure hormones, comparable to cortisol, reduces different hormones and chemical compounds, and causes your immune system to close down. And many individuals find that they’ve a critical sickness 1-2 years later. They usually look again and go, "Oh yeah, I lost my sister. I lost my job. My marriage broke up. "So we all know it's true and it turns on the market's increasingly more evidence.

Ben: He also wrote a ebook.

Tami: He did," Biology of faith. "

Ben: Sure," I believe in biology, "sure. Okay.

Tami: Very awesome. Very technical.

Ben: Sure. It's a great guide. So, has been up to date, Dr. Dawson Church's "Mind to Matter." It additionally covers fairly a bit of these points in relation to the effects of protons, feelings, belief patterns, and so forth. on real biology and mobile perform. . I had forgotten that Bruce was originally concerned in stem cell analysis. So, it's fascinating.

Tami: Sure.

Ben: What happened to your dad?

Tami: So I modified his food regimen. You realize, simple things. Individuals do not understand that beta-carotene and carrot juice and the way it rejuvenates lung tissue have truly been studied in all the things else. So, I modified his food plan so as, modified his hormones, changed his dietary dietary supplements. And he shifted from the need for 3 liters of oxygen whereas sitting and 5 liters of oxygen whereas walking to zero for the oxygen he wanted to take a seat. And he might even walk round the home, have coffee, go to the rest room without oxygen. And then three liters of exercising, something he never did earlier than, and his pulmonologist was like, "Well, we have to work on the new medication." And I might say, "Really? Show me in which study standard medication really turns and gets better. "I can not find it. I feel the drug is symptomatic and is making an attempt to decelerate the development. I have never seen any drugs, any drug remedy actually rejuvenates and renews. And this is what stem cells can do.

Ben: Fascinating. And I had truly forgotten about most cancers and carotenoids, however I'll put a link to the shows. There was a meta-evaluation that discovered that folks with excessive ranges of carotenoids had a 21% lower danger of lung cancer. Have there been any studies involving the administration of beta-carotene or carrot juice or one thing in people who have already got lung most cancers?

Tami: Hey. But apparently, taking beta-carotene didn't actually assist. It needed to be meals. And so, carrot juice is a superb source. There's a rat research that confirmed that lung tissue actually obtained younger – with poor little rats. We do horrible issues to animals, however it has no placebo effect.

Ben: Nicely, yes. In fact, it is higher than experimenting with people. Choose yeast and fruit flies and rodents to hit people when wanted. So you despatched this current message to this Fb group that we’re a part of, and it really upset me, this idea lately decided by the FDA that our own stem cells are medicine. Can you specify what that decision meant?

Tami: So, there’s a massive firm in Florida, a stem cell bank referred to as US Stem, and lots of clinics round the United States have sent their sufferers' stem cells to the financial institution and stored there so-

Ben: Sorry to stop the bat immediately, however are you referring to the US stem cell clinic?

Tami: Sure. They’ve a financial institution. So, they are hooked up to it individually.

Ben: Nicely, my stem cells in my fat are saved there. My bone cells are saved at Ceaselessly Labs in Berkeley, however I went to the US stem cells, as did my spouse. I received them off the fats on my again. My wife asked them to take away the fat from their thighs. And so, my wife and I, our stem cells are saved in a US stem cell clinic.

Tami: Proper now, they're being held hostage. And never for the Stem trigger in the United States. The FDA stopped and deserted and practically sued this clinic. Briefly, the FDA uses a phrase that says, "Anything more than 'minimally manipulated' means that it has become a drug." And so, in line with the US stalk, "We don't manipulate stem cells. In any way, shape or form. What we do is use an enzyme called collagenase to dissolve fat to get to stem cells." But the FDA, in their power, was capable of say, "No. is more than minimal manipulation. And that's why it's considered a drug. And that's why it's just under the FDA's jurisdiction and now has to go through the drug manufacturing process. "

Ben: What does the drug manufacturing course of embrace?

Tami: costing about one million dollars. IND, a new drug software to research, or only a pharmaceutical firm that in fact now it's not going to be your physique. There's no autologous half meaning your physique. Now they make stem cell drugs which suggests you have to buy it The physician has to buy it in a bottle for many, many, hundreds of dollars in energy

Ben: Fascinating. Okay. So principally, this idea can be that in the United States we can't use this collagenase enzyme to switch fat cells in any approach, otherwise they are thought-about a drugs they usually should go through an extended and expensive pharmaceutical process. But why not simply use one thing else, akin to the so-referred to as umbilical twine, amniotic or placental or bone stem cell, and simply say, "Okay, we're not going to use our fat"?

Tami: Nicely, what we do, but there are lots of people who, for whatever cause, need to use stem cells from their our bodies, they usually have advantages. I don't assume one measurement matches all. We offer Wharton's jelly, which is an adult mesenchymal stem cell from the lining of the umbilical twine. We provide exosomes. We can be introducing VSEL values ​​in the fall. We provide bone marrow and shot photographs. Now we can still make fats as a similar-day procedure, however there isn’t a banking. The issue is that fat could be very rich in sources and so easy that folks have relatively little charge for bone marrow aspiration compared to just low liposuction. So, it has really had plenty of challenges.

Ben: So, is fats actually a lot better than one thing like bone?

Tami: You recognize, you can put 10 stem cell specialists in the room, 5 of them doing research on fat, and 5 of them doing analysis on bone marrow or any combination, amniotic twine. And you might get them talking for days because they have interests, and that's the level. Why does the FDA say we solely have the right to at least one and not the different? And that's the beginning of the end.

Ben: Did you say it's the beginning of the finish?

Tami: Yes. So, I have a contact who spends loads of time in Washington, and he has advised me that the subsequent wave of stem cell screening is bone marrow. They usually have another verb that’s homologous. Which means that what you take have to be used for the similar function. So bone marrow is by definition a blood product. So you can be allowed to make use of solely bone marrow stem cells for blood issues.

Ben: Okay. Are there other examples the place we are allowed to use compounds which were removed from our our bodies, whether or not it’s blood or one thing that isn’t regulated in the similar method? Like, is there a purpose for the FDA to comply with up on fat stem cells particularly, or their policies, or anything behind the scenes?

Tami: I'm not a conspirator, however Huge Pharma seems to see that, "My God, there will be a big impact on normal business," as a result of there are, as you stated, different places. Take a look at the area of cosmetic plastic surgery. Grease transfer to face, fats switch to breast, skin transfer, use so referred to as. A vampire facial remedy the place you draw blood, spin it and then apply it on your face and microneed it. O-Photographs, P-Photographs, there are all these cosmetic gadgets which have existed for decades and have by no means been beneath FDA control in any respect.

Ben: Okay. So relating to this regulation, what's the difference with what's occurring internationally? How can you go someplace and go this manner if you needed concentrated stem cells from fat and you needed – principally you needed to move bone, umbilical twine, amniotic, placenta and comply with mesenchymal stem cells from fats? Might you simply do it internationally?

Tami: Oh, yes. And truly, as a type of again-up plan, I'm going to go to Mexico in the fall to take a look at renting and buying area. I'm going to construct a Middle of Excellence for Regenerative Drugs and Stem Cells the place we do every part we do here, hyperbaric oxygen, intravenous medicine, NAD, VSEL, exosomes, placental twine, plus our own fats, our own bone marrow, and we don't need to stay in worry. I never thought about being a physician, I should have apprehensive about what I stated, to whom I stated, and the way I stated it in worry of my license making an attempt to deal with patients.

Ben: Fascinating. Okay. So in terms of fat versus bone, you talked about that many individuals actually don't need to make bone. Why so?

Tami: So the notion is that the bone marrow endeavor is far more painful. And if you do nothing, it is. At our clinic we use a laughing fuel. And so, nobody is ever a problem. Actually, some individuals have a very good time.

Ben: I might think about.

Tami: Yes. Other clinics use anesthesiology and put patients in a type of mild sedation, not utterly out where they must be intubated, but outdoors. We gained't do it. It appears to me that stem cells struggle enough toxins and filth, so to speak, in relation to our body. There, the seeds of the stem cells are planted. And yes, I don't want me to have medicine and drugs that circulate by way of your vein right at the time of the procedure. So the laughing fuel is unimaginable. You can use it even during childbirth. They do it in Japan and all over the world as a result of it's quick, quick.

Ben: So with bone, I used to be truly capable of do the process, as I mentioned at Eternally Labs in Berkeley – and I don't keep in mind it. that it is uncomfortable to have the bone extracted or the bone. Is that the real essence, right?

Tami: Right. Yeah.

Ben: Okay.

Tami: And I feel pain is a visible factor that doesn't feel any ache in any respect. In other individuals, it happens. But even earlier than that, the thought of what we discover our patients say, "Oh, I don't want a bone marrow." And we say, "Well, why don't you learn from it?" There's this knee-jerk, like, "Oh, that sounds awful." No it's not.

Ben: So with bone, is the restoration time just like any sort of tenderness or something like that compared to liposuction fat?

Tami: I might say it's nearly as good or higher. Once I take fat, there’s a whole lot of bruising because we use guide liposuction. We can’t use laser-assisted liposuction because it damages the stem cells.

Ben: Okay. So I'm fascinated by the concept of ​​what you do to maximize the effectiveness of a few of these stem cell remedies, as you have already referred to hyperbaric oxygen remedy. I know that, as I mentioned once I launched you, you are performing some anti-inflammatory measures, some issues to reinforce the stem cells themselves, both by going to the procedure, during or after the procedure. I'd love to listen to you speak just a little bit extra about it.

I have one other query, though, earlier than exploring methods we can enhance our physique's means to use these stem cells or improve their availability. them. And it nonetheless applies to this FDA problem. What can be carried out as an activist on this area, is there some type of lobbying, or is there some motion we can participate in that can help the FDA do one thing that forestalls us from using one thing on our our bodies like these fat stem cells?

Tami: Yes. I just lately heard about a lawyer hired by a affected person collection. Some of them are mine, as well as other clinics. And so, if individuals needed to contact us, we might get them to contact this legal group. We're waiting for the recreation. We wrote to the decide. The decide ordered your stem cells, actually you, Ben, and everyone whose stem cells have been saved in USM to destroy.

And so we, all the clinics and all the sufferers with stem cells, wrote. Hundreds of letters to the decide personally asking to remain on the order, and it labored. So, we're empty. They don’t seem to be destroyed, however you can’t get them. They can't send them to you, but at the very least they gained't be destroyed. Can you imagine authorities officials saying to monetary banks, "You have to destroy the deposits of these customers, all their cash, all"? And the bank would say, "But we're just a custodian. They're not our property. They're customers." And that's what it’s. They're your cells. How dare they?

Ben: So, are this stuff actually on the flooring, like In a lab in Florida, simply sitting someplace? Are they frozen? How do they hold them?

Tami: Sure.

Ben: Okay, okay, so, do you have an internet site or one thing that would go into the foyer or something?

Tami: Completely. So if they go to and simply click on on the hyperlink to send us an e-mail and then just say "Do you want help with the lawsuit", we’ll contact them and it is a shifting topic . Last month, we all emailed the decide. It's not what we do now. This month, it's a lawyer. this manner we can maintain individuals updated. I do webinars about once each six weeks just to try to make individuals aware. So you will even be placed on an inventory where you can hear the following info. It's arduous to stay.

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So, as stated, we nonetheless have entry to our stem cells in different ways. In fact, as you mentioned, we have now non-autologous sources reminiscent of amniotic, umbilical twine or placenta. We still have entry to bone. You additionally mentioned one thing referred to as VSEL. Are the cells you can truly get from the blood by straining the blood and getting the stem cells this manner?

Tami: Sure. It is accompanied by stress. So, it's a laboratory difficulty and that's why we gained't supply it until the fall. We are launching an FDA-compliant laboratory. Se on eräänlainen seuraava vaihe. Mitä löydämme regeneratiivisessa lääketieteessä, ovat VSEL: t. Ne ovat kokonainen jakso yksinään, koska he eivät ole kantasoluja, ne ovat antigeenispesifisiä immunoglobuliineja, jotka ilmentävät mielikuvitusta solua.

Ben: Mutta VSEL tarkoittaa hyvin pieniä alkion kaltaisia ​​soluja, eikö? 19659020] Tami: Tarkalleen. Se on lyhenne. Se on todella VSEL. Jotkut ihmiset ajattelevat, että kyseessä on useless V-kirjain ja solu, mutta se on todella VSEL, aivan kuten sanoit, hyvin pieni alkion kaltainen.

Ben: Ja se on synonyymi aikuisen pluripotenttiselle kantasolulle, APSC.

Tami: Täsmälleen. Voi, olet niin ylpeä siitä. Rakastan sitä.

Ben: Kyllä. Ainoa syy, miksi tiedän tämän, on – en tiedä, tunnetko tohtori Halland Chenin New Yorkissa, mutta kun viimeksi olin New Yorkissa, hän toi minut klinikkaansa ja hän Ensimmäisenä päivänä antoi minulle nippu CoQ10: tä ja NAD: tä ja jonkinlaisia ​​antioksidanttityyppisiä IV-hoitoja. And then he also took about a pint of my blood, confused it overnight in what I feel was a really chilly medium, which apparently stresses the cells, causes them to release these VSELs, after which he IVied them again into my body with exosomes the next day. And I felt like Superman for like two months afterwards.

Tami:  Yeah. That’s very similar to what we do. We’ve got a topical software of very potent CoQ10. We’ve got NAD antioxidants. And then the VSELs want a light-weight and a temperature stress, and then they’re given back to you, and their unique location that it’s from is your blood. And there are two to 4 microns, in order that they move the blood-brain barrier.

Ben:  When you say they move the blood-brain barrier, these VSELs, does that imply that this is able to be one thing that might be type of like the–you know, because some individuals are doing intranasal stem cells, like amniotic or umbilical intranasal stem cells for TBI or concussion administration, issues like that. An alternative choice to that might be VSELs as a result of they cross the blood-mind barrier?

Tami:  Yes. And picture that, A, they’re small, and B, they’re from your own physique. So, there isn’t any rejection, there’s no blood-mind barrier to your own cells, but the measurement can be an issue. So, the measurement and the proven fact that they’re from your own physique, it’s going to be nice for neurological circumstances; Parkinson’s, MS, ALS, issues like that. I even have a nonprofit organization where we treat veterans at no cost. And I feel the majority of our veterans we’re treating are with TBI. So, I’m excited to do this for them.

Ben:  Okay. Acquired it. So, we now have the VSELs. After which with these different cells, if you have been going to do non-autologous, umbilical, amniotic, or placental, or autologous-like bone, what sort of protocols are you co-administering with the stem cells to reinforce their efficacy?

Tami:  So, I feel that there’s a danger for stem cell drugs and regenerative drugs to take stem cell procedures. Simply do it like we do the whole lot else, one and executed, marvel why it’s not working for everybody. Just a very Western surgical mentality. And the more we study, the extra we understand that our physique is a stupendous symphony, and it all works collectively. And if your stem cells are actually seeds which are growing, then your soil matters quite a bit. All you should do is plant a seed in sand, or plant a seed in soil that’s received fertilizer and worms and the proper nitrogen, and see what that very same seed produces.

I went back to high school after turning into an MD and studied naturopathic drugs. That’s the place all of this got here from, and the motivation of my father. So, each patient gets a vitamin information. And we hear things like, “Oh, I eat really clean.” Properly, there’s clear, after which there are things that you can do to truly help your stem cells, help your mitochondria, which is what your stem cells want the power to supply more. I don’t know very many people who find themselves consuming five servings of cruciferous greens, however that sulfur-containing compound in Brussels sprouts, and broccoli, and cauliflower, and things like that’s so wanted for your stem cells to supply other cells. And with out doing that, I feel like it is a little bit of a waste. You’re definitely not going to get the greatest end result.

What, for instance, are you going to do if you’re getting stem cells for your knee and your gut? It’s utterly a multitude that you have leaky gut, you have IBS, or something else happening with your microbiome. Stem cells are attracted in areas of irritation. And so, why waste the stem cells on your gut once we can heal your intestine in different ways and divert them from your [00:38:36] _______, which is absolutely what you need. You need that cartilage to be regenerated. So, Parkinson’s, there’s over 80% of patients with Parkinson’s have the very same microbiome deficiency. This one bug is deficient. This bug that’s deficient in patients with Parkinson’s produces butyrate, and butyrate interacts with dopamine. So, we can truly repair their intestine and give them a complement referred to as butyrate, and their trimmers get higher with out anything.

So, we’ve protocols for every thing, autoimmune circumstances, neurological circumstances, heart circumstances, lung circumstances, orthopedic circumstances that I’ve developed over the years. And you don’t pay something additional for it. I just feel like, I don’t know, it’s my obligation to do every part I can, since I already realize it because I discovered it from serving to my father. That was my obligation to share it. And truthfully, I feel that I might love to vary the future of drugs, and I don’t say that flippantly. I actually need to ensure that everyone wakes up. What you eat, when you eat, how you sleep, how much you sleep, your thoughts, your feelings, your decisions, your–of your stress, all of that matters, and I need to empower individuals to be the CEO of their own health.

Ben:  So, the concept behind the cruciferous vegetables can be to upregulate anti-inflammatory pathways like glutathione, or superoxide dismutase, or something like that, I might imagine. And so, based mostly on that, are you truly also giving to your sufferers’ things like intravenous, or intramuscular glutathione, or N-acetylcysteine, or things like this for those self same pathways?

Tami:  Yup. That’s once they’re with us, but there’s other stuff that they can do at house. Magnesium is a fee-limiting step for the manufacturing of the power molecule ATP. And our filth, literally, our soil the place we develop our meals is deficient in magnesium because of our farming practices. We don’t rest and rotate our crops anymore. Nearly, over 70% of the population is poor in magnesium. And so, simply those little issues which are really easy to fix if you knew about it.

Ben:  Yeah.

Tami:  And that’s truly, perhaps this can be a good time to talk about the documentary and masterclass that I’m producing and filming presently that’ll be out in April. I simply can’t tell sufficient individuals. “Well, why don’t we film it?” I say the similar issues time and again and over to all my Parkinson’s sufferers, all my MS patients, all my lung patients, all my orthopedic patients. “Why don’t I just film it, and then everybody can have access?”

Ben:  Okay. Alright, obtained it. So, this masterclass is one thing that folks would truly go browsing and take. Is it like a collection of videos, or checks, or quizzes, or what precisely is it?

Tami:  So, I’m gathering the specialists in each space. I’m not the professional in the whole lot by any means, so these shall be interviews with specialists on how you can up-degree your own life in the area of sleep, in the space of micronutrients, in the space of hormones, in the space of stress, all of those areas. And it’s not just if you’re going to get a stem cell process, though I consider that dust matters and our physique is our dust and we can improve it. But you can truly activate your own stem cells. I mean, for instance, fasting is a properly-documented approach to improve your own stem cells. And extra stem cells in your own physique is a superb factor.

Ben:  How long would you truly have to fast to upregulate your own stem cells? Are we talking about like a short-term intermittent quick, or if somebody actually needed to upregulate stem cells, are we speaking up extra like 24 hours plus?

Tami:  You understand, it’s fascinating. It will be so great if one measurement matches all, and it doesn’t. So, what we all know is that intermittent fasting works for the vast majority of individuals with a view to upregulate your stem cells. I feel Dr. McCulloch has a ton of data on that, and so does Naomi Whittel, she’s kind of the fasting queen. However there are some individuals whose our bodies are really stubborn they usually forgot to read the textbook, they usually do have to have a 24-hour quick. I find it fascinating that each religious apply and religion in the world that I know of has a interval of fasting. It’s like an historic, historic thing that just has been handed down, and it have to be good for us in so some ways.

Ben:  Yeah. So, in terms of other things that you’re doing in your clinic, the N-acetylcysteine or glutathione, consumption of cruciferous greens, fasting, these are all fairly fascinating. But I’m also inquisitive about know-how’s biohacks, perhaps more advanced protocols that you could be doing if somebody have been to return into the clinic for stem cell administration. So, is there anything that you assume that’s very, I assume, compelling or attractive in terms of little-recognized procedures that you is perhaps doing in your clinic to reinforce individuals’s own stem cells, or to upregulate their body’s capability to be able to reply to a stem cell process?

Tami:  I consider that NAD goes to be something that could be very, very–IV, NAD is what I’m talking about. It’s going to be very effective. And we’re beginning that in September after I have executed a ton of research ensuring that to begin with, that you do no hurt. We don’t need to harm these stem cells. But NAD is something that has been proven to actually help these stem cells. And I feel that’s slicing-edge. There usually are not very many clinics. You can find some clinics which are doing it for habit. There are some IV clinics, however not at the side of stem cells.

Hyperbaric oxygen can also be one thing that we’re doing that I don’t assume anybody else is doing it, and it’s right in the similar constructing. Hormones, we do pellet insertions at the very same time as your procedure for your stem cells because testosterone has been shown–in fact, it’s anabolic. That is sensible. When you’re making an attempt to grow things, you need to be in an anabolic, a progress part and a progress surroundings as an alternative of a catabolic, which is breaking down. So, making sure that patients’ levels of testosterone are optimized, and then simply placing in pellets at the applicable time. When you’re already numb, already having laughing fuel, and the pellets final three to four months, good timing for creating the good surroundings for your stem cells.

Ben:  Alright. I’ve received some questions for you. So, in relation to NAD, are you doing multiple IVs? And how much NAD are you using in individuals previous to stem cell protocol?

Tami:  So, we truly are also totally different. I don’t consider that 110-pound lady who’s been sick for a long time ought to have the similar dose of anything as a 250-pound obese man. So, we take the NAD doses per patient and we customise it. If we can, patients fly literally from all over the world in all of the United States, we favor to do multiple remedy. But no less than, we’re going to get remedies in you, before your stem cell remedy and after your stem cell remedy before you go house.

Ben:  Okay. So, a number of IV administrations of NAD, however you regulate the dosage based mostly on physique measurement?

Tami:  Right.

Ben:  Okay. Acquired it. And when you’re doing the NAD, are you co-administering anything with that, like anything to upregulate methylation pathways, or CoQ10, or something like that?

Tami:  Yeah. We have now a patented topical patch. Nicely, truly, technically, a gel, which we put a patch over, and it’s truly permitted. It has all gone by means of the whole means of being acknowledged and confirmed the absorption. And I really like that because people who have been sick for a very long time, their intestine is just not joyful. A number of occasions, it’s not absorbing what’s getting into. And the IV is fantastic, however we can co-administer the CoQ10 in a patch type together with the NAD at the similar time.

Ben:  That’s fascinating. I actually have NAD patches. I didn’t understand CoQ10 was out there as a patch, too. Is it like a type of electrophoresis patches with a constructive and a unfavourable electrode on it?

Tami:  It’s truly a gel. And then we put a patch over prime of it.

Ben:  Okay. Fascinating. Alright. So, along with that, you mentioned hyperbaric oxygen therapy. For something like that, is somebody simply going into a chamber one time for an hour, an hour and a half part of process? Are they doing a collection of remedies after? Or what’s the greatest follow for HBOT?

Tami:  Most of our sufferers that stay in the area do multiple, multiple, a number of hyperbaric. The evidence is pretty clear that your advantages improve the more you do. I mean, there are some protocols out there that it’s six, zero remedies. We really feel like at the very least the one hyperbaric remedy is going to offset the low oxygen degree from the airplane experience that you had. It’s just reset, and which may solely get us to zero, but at the very least you’re not in the negatives. But sure, we attempt very much. We promote them in packages of six, and sufferers often buy multiple package deal.

Ben:  Okay. Gotcha. And then with regards to these pellets, hormone delivery pellets, how exactly do these work? And is this identical to a one-time acute dosage of a hormone as an alternative of something like someone being on ongoing hormone alternative therapy?

Tami:  No. Pellets are superb in that. It’s not like a shot. It’s not an acute dose that your body will get this massive bolus, this huge high dose, after which it’s type of peter out over time. So, if you checked out a graph, it wouldn’t be an enormous high peaky mountain and then a sluggish decline ski hill. Pellets truly are inserted they usually’re encapsulated, they usually slowly, slowly, slowly release hormones over time. And so, I really like that because it mimics mom nature.

And the greater your cardiac output and blood move, for example, you, Ben, you would truly draw your pellets as a result of each time you work out, you improve your cardiac output and it draws extra. So, yours might not final 4 or 5 months. You’d be drawing on it extra. But sufferers who’re just having their regular life and are mere mortals like the rest of us, it can final about 4 months, some patients up to six months. And it’s a sluggish-release over time, and I really like that because it’s one and achieved. You don’t need to do it perhaps two, perhaps 3 times a yr. We would like our patients to return again for three remedies. I feel like your first stem cell remedy is all about reducing the inflammation in your entire body. And the second and third remedy are extra focused.

That’s simply my opinion. There’s some anecdotal analysis on it. Our sufferers have had phenomenal success larger than the common, although not everyone. We’re nonetheless figuring out why. Not even aspirin works every time for every individual. I need to make certain individuals realize it’s not a snake-oil type of thing, however we positive are getting great success. And I feel it’s due to the holistic strategy.

Ben:  And you like the pellets versus one thing like a every day software of hormone cream, for example? As a result of I do know that–I feel it was Jay Campbell I was interviewing who says that day by day software of a testosterone cream, he mentioned it was superior to one thing like the–I consider a bi-weekly injection that a lot of people do, like an intramuscular injection, probably better than even a every day subcutaneous injection. But we really didn’t talk about pellets that much. It feels like pellets can be very, very simple though for that long-term release without even worrying about a every day cream software.

Tami:  I might agree utterly. Injections are my least favourite method to administer testosterone, and drugs, and hormones. We’ve a whole lot of sufferers on a every day topical cream. It’s just that pellets are really easy, and they’re sluggish release. So, why not? And if you’re any person who has MS or Parkinson’s, every day creams will not be straightforward.

Ben:  Yeah, yeah. It surprises me that more people who find themselves doing testosterone alternative therapy or hormone alternative therapy aren’t using one thing like a pellet. Are they only flying underneath the radar, or am I simply utterly unaware?

Tami:  It is extremely common with physicians who are process-oriented, but loads of physicians–I might say the vast majority of physicians who do bioidentical hormone or hormone remedy are more on the internist aspect. They’re not internists as a result of they follow useful or pure drugs, but they’re more accustomed to prescribing, and educating, and informing moderately than getting sterile gloves on, and prepping the area in a sterile style, and using a scalpel. I mean, it takes me 10 minutes, nevertheless it’s nonetheless a minor surgical process that needs to be completed in a sterile method. And then if you don’t do it proper, you can trigger a nasty an infection. So, perhaps that’s why. I’m unsure.

Ben:  Is the value comparable?

Tami:  No. It’s costlier up front, however not over time as a result of it lasts. So, that could be the different cause is that it is costlier upfront. You’re getting a 3 to 4-month dose that you need to pay for all upfront.

Ben:  Yeah, yeah. Considered one of the issues I know with like the bi-weekly injections is it simply doesn’t simulate the natural release of testosterone that occurs each day, and you additionally, when you do a larger bolus like that, like an injectable, you get a big improve in aromatization and estrogen. And I consider there are greater ranges of–what’s it referred to as, erythrocytosis when there are some purple blood cell points in response to giant dosage?

Tami:  Precisely. After which the blood gets thick. There are lots of studies about increased danger of cardiovascular, coronary heart assault, and issues like that in males with testosterone. It wasn’t that. It was these excessive doses. It was this thickening of the blood by means of the urethra cytosis. And if you mimic mother nature, and you belief however confirm with comply with-up CBC with differential, you’ll be nice.

Ben:  Okay. Received it. So, we’ve obtained HBOT, we have now NAD, we have now hormone pellets, the administration of some sort of glutathione or cruciferous vegetable supply. You mentioned obviously sleep and way of life and emotions based mostly on the work of Bruce Lipton, for instance. Is there anything that’s fascinating that you’re doing at your clinic, as far as this holistic strategy to stem cell remedy that includes co-administration of a number of different protocols.

Tami:  So, we do check. We don’t wish to guess. We do take a look at your hormone levels. Even testosterone in ladies is so essential. That’s what my ebook was about, “The Hormone Secret.” The secret to hormone therapy in ladies is a low-dose testosterone and making sure it’s optimized. So, we check. We additionally take a look at your microbiome. I feel that’s very poorly understood, however not just the bugs, not just what’s your microbiome wanting like, also your digestive enzymes. To folks that inform me I’m consuming clean, I say, “That’s awesome. Are you absorbing it?” They usually don’t know. And if you have a deficiency of digestive enzymes, you might be spending a ton of time, power, and money on meals that you’re not absorbing, and the solely option to discover out is to check.

Ben:  Okay. Now, when you’re talking about the concept of hormone alternative remedy, notably testosterone for ladies, what about progesterone? As a result of I hear quite a bit about the benefit of progesterone. There’s even a current guide somebody sent to me. I feel it was referred to as “The Adrenal Reset” or one thing like that. That even mentioned the use of progesterone in youngsters with ADD and ADHD. And I hadn’t actually appeared into progesterone that much, however are you using progesterone in your clinic at all?

Tami:  Oh, yeah. The truth is, I’ve an entire chapter on my ebook. And in my ebook, and in my clinic, I say that if there was a fireplace in my house, I might seize my progesterone and my youngsters. My husband can run for himself. It is called the valium that bathes the female mind. It balances glucose. It’s a natural diuretic. It’s also one among the issues that we only recently talked about testosterone being transformed with the aromatase enzyme into estrogen in males.

Progesterone truly can block that conversion. And if men have hassle sleeping, then progesterone helps sleep. People who wake up between 2:00 and 4:00 in the morning with their thoughts conscious, don’t know why they awoke, it’s typically a progesterone deficiency. So, yeah, we check for all of your hormones. We optimize progesterone. We optimize testosterone. We optimize thyroid. We take a look at fasting insulin. Insulin could be very, very inflammatory.

So, what’s happening with that? We take a look at your cortisol ranges. We take a look at ferritin. Ferritin is the molecule, it’s a saved iron molecule, however it’s the service of your thyroid hormone to the cells. So, if you don’t have optimal ferritin ranges, then your thyroid isn’t going to have the influence at the mobile degree, and you’re not going to have the power you might have. On the reverse aspect, excessive ferritin can occur with fatty liver and things which might be congestion in the liver. And so, we need to filter out the liver if ferritin is just too hi. So, we try to depart no rock unturned.

Ben:  What about men? How much do men benefit from progesterone?

Tami:  We’ve lots of males on progesterone, and it’s certainly one of the first issues we implement if we discover that their estrogens are high.

Ben:  Okay. So, that might be the check, you would check for aromatization or high estrogen levels, and that might be a clue that a man would benefit from progesterone?

Tami:  Yup. After which we examine it with medical. Do you have hassle sleeping? Are you waking up? Is your mind overactive? Also, progesterone stimulates the cells referred to as osteoblasts that construct bone. Consider it or not, there are numerous males who’re having osteopenia and osteoporosis now. Why? Due to the H2 blockers. All of the antacids, all of the Prilosec, all of the Zantac, all of these drugs, they do an amazing job of blocking the acid from being produced. A few of them for even 24 hours and other people take them each single solitary day. The problem is is that the majority of the minerals that you have to rejuvenate and repair your bone ongoing want an acidic surroundings to be absorbed. So, we’re finding males that have osteoporosis.

Ben:  Progesterone is something that I’ve seen for sale on Amazon. Like, you can purchase progesterone cream on Amazon. Is that one thing that’s protected or something that you would advocate? Or is this, like many other hormones, something that needs to be administered underneath the supervision of a physician with ongoing testing?

Tami:  I feel it’s a superb protected first step, however I don’t assume it’s specific at all. By definition, the over-the-counter cream goes to have a–it’s not a selected dose. If you took 10 pumps and you measured the amount in age, it’s not going to be the similar. So, I like using a licensed compounding pharmacy. Additionally, when you take progesterone by mouth, it’s certainly one of the very few hormones that’s protected by mouth, it has the means to have an effect on your mind in a more constructive method. And so, it helps your sleep, it helps your stress, it helps your peacefulness.

Ben:  Fascinating. I’m tempted, just based mostly on what you’re saying, to only attempt progesterone based mostly on its rampant availability, like I mentioned even on Amazon, however at the similar time, these are hormones, and I might need to be fairly cautious. It looks like it is a little dangerous.

Tami:  Nicely, and the way do you know if you don’t know where you started with a check, and you implement what you’re making an attempt, and then you check again to see whether it did something? It’s best to do beneath the care of a doctor. In any other case, you’re simply doing a shotgun strategy and you don’t know if you’re feeling better or worse due to that.

Ben:  So, another query that I needed to ask you was about pulsed electromagnetic subject therapy. There’s numerous PubMed research you can find on the effects of PEMF, notably the effects on bone marrow stem cells, and the upregulation of mobilization, and in addition production of stem cells in human bone marrow. Is that one thing that you do in your clinic, any sort of PEMF therapy, like PEMF mats, or coils, or anything like that?

Tami:  We don’t presently. Have you heard of a Rife remedy?

Ben:  Yeah. As a matter of reality, I just lately was wanting into Rife remedy as a result of I was battling about of Giardia and was truly just wanting into all the various things that may work as an anti-parasitic remedy, together with a few of these so-referred to as biohacks, and I got here across microcurrent frequencies. And then also, Rife machines as a complementary or various therapy, not only for cancer, but in addition for parasitic infections. So, I’m considerably conversant in them. From what I understand, to get a true Rife machine, based mostly on the research from this guy Royal Rife who developed it, it’s type of troublesome to seek out one thing that makes use of the similar frequencies as he originally researched for cancer.

Tami:  It is, and it’s also–everyone says, “Well, this is the upgraded Rife machine,” nevertheless it’s truly not. It’s now using Wi-Fi and issues like that, which usher in a number of frequency. And so, it’s not the unique Rife frequencies. These are the things that I’m going to have in the clinics outdoors of the U.S. as an MD. I’m at a selected and delicate place to be implementing remedies and proposals that aren’t FDA-accredited. So, this stuff are my passion.

Dr. Barry Morguelan is one other person who I comply with and love his work in power. He’s truly an MD. He was a gastroenterologist, head of the department in California UCLA. He’s spent 25 years learning Chinese language healing, and the power work and the quantum physics, him and Joe Dispenza, all these individuals. We truly pray for each patient, and I consider that’s simply all the similar sort of stuff. It’s this power that you can’t placed on a prescription pad.

Ben:  Yeah. Dr. Barry has truly been on my podcast before, and I’ve gone right down to his clinic for some of his fairly intensive power remedies. For everyone listening in, you ought to go take heed to my podcast with Dr. Barry as a result of he’s a really fascinating man. And we truly did a two-hour video interview once I went down there to his clinic. His power drugs is fairly intense stuff. He’s a really, very cool man. So, he does powerful work.

And I utterly agree with your comments relating to prayer and feelings. As a matter of reality, that’s how our family begins each single day. Me and my boys and my spouse collect round the little breakfast nook table. All of us do our gratitude journals. We all memorize one really powerful verse from scripture that’s on the prime of every single day on our gratitude journal. So, we simply memorize what’s truly written in the–it’s referred to as the Christian Gratitude Journal. We memorize what’s written in that for the day, and then we all hold arms and we say a prayer, and everyone just prays for each other and anyone else that God has placed in our hearts.

Properly, let me put it this manner. Once we skip it, or once I’m touring, I simply feel totally different the rest of the day. However when our household holds palms and reward the starting of the day, everyone’s feelings are higher. Regardless of whether or not I’m low on sleep or in a nasty place emotionally before we begin that follow, once we finish it up, my physique simply feels rejuvenated and constructive. It is, for me, as essential as my day by day workout or my massive ass morning smoothie or anything like that. Like, I simply feel superb. So, I’m really glad that you’re specializing in that, too, because it’s really essential.

Tami:  And we ask sufferers if they need to pray with us, and some do. However you get prayed for by identify regardless of what. We’ve an identical apply in our household. I really like that you memorize a scripture. I may be borrowing that. But that’s what we do as our evening meal grace is that we go around and we are saying our gratitudes and bless the meal by way of the use of our our bodies. So, it’s powerful.

And there’s truly research, Ben, there’s research that exhibits that sufferers that have been prayed for, whether or not they knew it or not, do better. There’s a heart assault research years in the past they usually measured how a lot treatment these sufferers would ask for, ache medicine. And the sufferers that have been prayed for, regardless of whether or not they knew it or not, had a statistically vital decrease dose requested of ache treatment.

Ben:  Yeah. Prayer is fairly powerful. I imply, you can even go to PubMed and do searches on prayer and discover some fairly fascinating medical studies on the therapeutic energy of not just individuals praying themselves, but in addition what’s referred to as intercessory prayer. Like, different individuals truly praying for them. And I noticed that some secularists or atheists may say that constructive feelings will elicit the similar effect. That could be true, but as someone who has a robust perception in a better energy myself, I feel there’s extra happening than simply constructive emotions and protons.

Like, I consider in the fourth dimension. I consider in spirits. I consider in a God and I feel that there’s more to it than simply constructive feelings. I feel that you can even have yourself healed by the entity that created you, and that different individuals can additionally act as intercessors on your behalf. So, I understand it’s controversial for lots of people, and even offensive to lots of people, however it’s what I consider, and I respect you for including that in your follow as nicely.

Tami:  And we respect folks that don’t have that. We’re just going to like on you. So, our mission statement is that we’re going to do every little thing that we can to make your stem cell remedy as successful as potential using a holistic modality that you gained’t find anyplace else. And we might or is probably not successful in the stem cell consequence that we’re treating, we might not be capable of reverse your ALS, we might not be capable of do that because statistically speaking, no one is 100% successful, 100% of the time yet, but we’ll bless your life.

Ben:  Yeah, yeah. Nicely, I feel that may be a good place to finish this interview. We went some locations method past the FDA’s regulation of stem cells, which may have stunned the individuals listening in. But I will hyperlink to every little thing we talked about not, solely your e-book, The Hormone Secret, and your clinic, but in addition in fact US Stemology, where individuals can fill out a contact type to seek out out what they can do about what the FDA is at present doing relating to our stem cells. I’ll embrace research on PEMF on prayer, on testosterone, on different interviews like the one I mentioned with Dr. Barry, in addition to the books by people like Bruce Lipton and Dawson Church, analysis on the carotenoids and lung cancer. Every thing that you heard about I’ll embrace hyperlinks to over in the shownotes. So, just go to, and it’s all there. And you can additionally, when you go over there, depart your questions, your ideas, your suggestions, and Tami or I’ll reply. So, that each one being stated–

Tami:  And I’ll–

Ben:  Oh, go ahead.

Tami:  I’ll additionally give you additionally updates as I come. I’m a keynote speaker in October in Dubai at a regenerative convention. And so, I’m all the time getting more info. And so, I’ll move all of it to you so you can update it onto this website as well as I study.

Ben:  Yeah, completely. That’s fantastic. I’ll be in Dubai in November giving some talks over there.

Tami:  Oh, we missed each other.

Ben:  I’ll be following up right behind you. And in addition, for those of you who are all in favour of the stem cell documentary and masterclass that Tami is doing, as quickly as that turns into obtainable, regardless that there isn’t any hyperlink or capacity for you to join proper now, as quickly as that’s obtainable, I may even put a link to that in the shownotes at So, if you go to that web page once more, in all probability in a couple of weeks, you’ll find a hyperlink to that documentary in masterclass. So, I feel that’s it, Tami. Thank you so much for coming on the present.

Tami:  Thank you so much. It was enjoyable, and I hope it blessed individuals’s lives to get somewhat bit extra aware of what they can do.

Ben:  I’m positive that it’ll. And folk, thank you, everyone, for listening in. Until subsequent time. I’m Ben Greenfield together with Dr. Tami Meraglia signing out from Have an ideal week. Unfold the love and depart me your feedback, your questions, your feedback over at Thanks for listening in. Have a tremendous week.

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“Held Hostage. The FDA ruled last week that your own stem cells from your own fat are a drug and only they have jurisdiction over them. All stem cell treatments using your own cells in the USA now must be from bone marrow. Japan, Panama and many other progressive countries have moved in the opposite direction and have approved stem cells from your fat for their citizens due to the high safety and efficacy rate. This affects all of us. Big Pharma is now regulating your body. Legally.”

My podcast guest on at present’s show, Dr. Tami Meraglia is a double board-licensed MD, who just lately posted to a personal Facebook group we are both a part of the message above. I discovered this publish so disturbing that I invited her on my podcast to debate the present state of stem cells and legality in the US and we take a deep dive on this present.

Dr. Meraglia is the writer of the nationally greatest-promoting guide The Hormone Secret and the CEO of International Stemology and Seattle Stem Cell Middle—the solely stem cell clinic in the nation that gives complimentary hormone, vitamin, and inflammation packages to each stem cell patient. She is the keynote speaker for the American Academy of Anti-Getting older and conferences in the US, Canada, Asia, and Dubai. Dr. Meraglia has appeared on Good Morning America, Fox Nationwide News, and has hosted a number of radio exhibits. After an illustrious career in the ballet, she found that she had a terrific talent for chemistry, combining that together with her intense want to make a distinction and a profession in drugs was launched.

Throughout our dialogue, you’ll uncover:

-Tami’s history in the realm of stem cells and how she began using them in her apply…eight:55

-How the FDA is presently regulating stem cells…15:26

  • Many stem cell clinics retailer their cells at U.S. Stem in Florida
  • U.S. Stem uses a collagenase enzyme to interrupt down fat and access the stem cells
  • U.S. Stem was issued a stop and desist by the FDA
    • Something that is more than “minimally manipulated” (by the FDA’s parameters) has turn into a drug, and subsequently have to be regulated by the FDA
    • It must go through a pharmaceutical manufacturing course of
    • Extraordinarily expensive process; pharmaceutical corporations will revenue handsomely while delivering an inferior product
  • “Why should the FDA say we have the right to one source of stem cells and not the other?”
  • The subsequent wave of stem cell scrutiny can be with bone marrow
  • Huge Pharma maybe sees stem cell business as a menace to the established order, therefore this authorized action
  • Pain is a perceptive thing; the process isn’t really painful
  • Bone marrow transplant is nearly as good or higher than fat

-How involved shoppers can become involved with this difficulty should they want to do so…26:40

  • An lawyer has been retained by several earlier stem cell patients
  • It’s a ready recreation
  • The decide ordered all stem cells saved at U.S. Stem to be destroyed
    • Hundreds of individuals wrote letters asked for a stay on the motion, and it worked
  • Visit if you’d wish to be concerned

-The present legality of non-autologous stem cell sources…32:45

  • very small embryonic-like stem cells (VSELS) usually are not stem cells
    • antigen-particular immunoglobulin expressing cells
    • synonymous with grownup pluripotent stem cell (APSC)
  • Dr. Holland Chen
  • CoQ10
  • NAD antioxidants
  • VSELs require a light-weight and temperature stress
    • They move the blood-mind barrier

-The type of protocols co-administered with stem cells to extend their efficacy…36:20

  • Can’t be accomplished with the typical Western drugs mentality
  • If your stem cells are seeds which are growing, the soil through which it grows issues an ideal deal
  • There’s “clean” way of life and there are things that help the stem cells and the mitochondria that helps them
  • Stem cells are interested in areas of irritation
  • Don’t waste them on the gut when the intestine can be healed in different ways
  • Trendy farming practices make our soil poor in magnesium

-The upcoming documentary and masterclass Tami is producing…41:15

  • Fasting to up-regulate stem cells
    • Intermittent fasting is right for most
    • 24 hour quick is important for some
    • Every religious self-discipline in the world consists of fasting

-Underneath the radar procedures related to stem cells Tami does in her follow…44:05

-Why Tami is a robust advocate for the use of progesterone…56:11

  • “If there was a fire in my house, I’d grab my children and my progesterone…”
  • Sleep issues are sometimes because of a progesterone deficiency
  • Plenty of males are on progesterone (if estrogens are high)
  • Stimulates “osteoblasts”
  • Use warning in administering it (advocate by doctor’s prescription)

-Whether or not PEMF is used for the upregulation of stem cells in bone marrow…1:01:30

-And far more!

Assets from this episode:

–Books by Tami Meraglia, together with “The Hormone Secret”

–Bruce Lipton’s ebook “Biology of Belief”

–Dr. Dawson Church’s guide “Mind to Matter”

–BGF Podcast: The Single, Most Comprehensive Stem Cell Procedure Recognized To Humankind: How A “Full Body Stem Cell & Exosome Makeover” Works.

–BGF Podcast w/ Jay Campbell

–Carotenoids and the danger of creating lung cancer: a systematic evaluate


–Dr. Holland Chen

–Comparison of the Results of Testosterone Gels, Injections, and Pellets on Serum Hormones, Erythrocytosis, Lipids, and Prostate-Particular Antigen

–Progesterone cream on Amazon

–The Effects of a Pulsed Electromagnetic Subject on the Proliferation and Osteogenic Differentiation of Human Adipose-Derived Stem Cells

–My podcast interview with Dr. Barry Morguelan

–The Christian Gratitude Journal at

–The Therapeutic Energy Of Prayer?

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