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I found out that when you go to the ocean and get Unrefined sea salt, which, and, or, or these concentrated sea minerals, which is what started the whole company. I didn't even know how important this was back in the day. I just knew it was charging up by battery somehow. Made me feel good. Okay. I didn't know why. Well, Now I know why you need a, a, a good amount of sea minerals going into your system in the form of fluid every single day, all day long. Because that provides, that's a massive fuel at the foundation of your beam that allows your body to produce a lot of, of extra clean blood
Hello. and welcome to the Get Lean Eat Clean podcast. I'm Brian Gryn and I'm here to give you actionable tips to get your body back to what it once was, five, 10, even 15 years ago. Each week I'll give you an in depth interview with a health expert from around the world to cut through the fluff and get you long term sustainable results. This week I interviewed CEO of Activation products Ian Clark. Ian has developed the most effective protocols and pure products that support natural healing. We discussed how Ian survived after having a terminal disease at age 46 and how he's now thriving at age 66. We also touched on the powerful effects of Marine vital plankton.
Brian (1m 26s):
How Ian feels his best at 66. Ian's Optimal diet after trying everything, the power of unrefined sea salt to fuel your bestand, his one tip to get your body back to what it once was. Really enjoyed my interview with Ian. I know you will too. Thanks so much for listening and enjoy the show, All. right. Welcome to the GETLEAN E Clean podcast. My name is Brian Gryn and I have Ian Clark on the show. Welcome to the show.
Ian (1m 54s):
Hey, Brian. Yeah, happy new year.
Brian (1m 56s):
Happy healthy New Year. Thanks for coming on. One of my first guests for the new year and looking forward to interviewing you, you today. I know you have your CEO of Activation products. And before we get into all that, perhaps give the audience maybe a little bit of background of, you know, what got you into health and wellness. And I know you've had some life-changing events that happened when you were in your forties. Perhaps maybe touch on that a little bit, And, what led you to, you know, getting into starting the, the company as well?
Ian (2m 26s):
Yeah, yeah, for sure. Well, I just turned 65 in 2023, so I'm halfway into my 66 year
Brian (2m 33s):
Ian (2m 34s):
And, and, and feeling better than I've ever felt in my entire life by 10 x, which is really interesting because it's supposed to be the other way around. The older you get, the worse you should feel and the un healthier you should get according to society 'cause that's what we see. But I hit the wall with my health when I was 45. I was just turning 46, so it was like March of 2004, which is basically 20 years ago. And I had very dangerous situation where I had a tumor growing in the bottom of my abdomen that, that I did not want to have surgically removed because it was all intertwined around my male plumbing. And I didn't like the idea of the doctors going into my body with knives and cutting things out in that area, number one.
Ian (3m 18s):
But the most important thing was, is my two uncles on my mom's side had passed away when I was 20. I looked like one of them. I definitely leaned towards that genetic pattern. And they both died of cancer. One at 54 and one at 51. The 51-year-old is the one I looked like. And it was like, what's going on? you know, they, that was a shocker when they died. They died two days apart in September, 1978, one in the other one's funeral. So that was like this kind of an impactful thing that happened with our family. And I just remembered that they did every single thing the doctors told them. And they died right on time based on the diagnosis, the treatment, and the prognosis.
Ian (3m 59s):
And I thought, wow, okay. That was 1978. That was like the dark ages. Here we are in 2004 at that time. And I thought, well, there must be way better ways of dealing with this garbage this time. you know, it can't be like 1978. But sure enough, it was, it was exactly the same treatments that were being offered. And I, I couldn't get any answers from doctors other than my brother who was a medical doctor for 30 years. And I phoned him, you know, whenever I had some things come up. And he always seemed to have a good answer 'cause he was a very intelligent doctor. But this time he told me, Hey man, it's genetic predisposition. This is the cards you're dealt. This is what you're gonna have to face and you look like Uncle Don and here you are.
Ian (4m 44s):
you know, I was way overweight. I was, I didn't know what the problems were turned out that every time I asked doctors they couldn't tell me. I lost confidence more and more. And I didn't want to know what they were going to do. I wanted to know why I had what I had. And nobody could tell me. It was just like, look, thousands of people have this every year. We do thousands of these operations every year. you know, just like, when do you wanna schedule the operation and when do you wanna start the treatments? And I don't wanna schedule the operation. I don't wanna start the treatments. That's my answer because no one can tell me why I have what I have. So I woke up one morning during this whole dilemma. 'cause I also had heart disease symptoms that were significant.
Ian (5m 25s):
And I didn't know at the time yet that my liver was messed up. But I found that out over the next two years that I had a major liver problem. And I woke up one morning and I thought, you know, there are people on this earth who have knowledge, who have real knowledge and they likely know exactly what the problem is, And, what I can do to fix it. And I want to take it from a much more natural standpoint rather than this whole medical, surgical, chemotherapy, chemical, whatever approach. And I would not allow anyone to tell me I had cancer. 'cause that's what everybody wants to do when you, you have tumors, right? They wanna do biopsies. They want to say, oh yeah, it's this type of cancer. you know, some kind of title that they want to give it.
Ian (6m 6s):
And then they wanna offer the treatments, which is always to cut it out and then follow up with all these radical treatments. And it just turned me off. So I, I eventually just slowly but surely found out, because I asked very specifically to be led, if I could be led to these people who have knowledge, then I will listen. you know, I don't know who they are, I don't know where they are and I have no idea how to find them. But if I could find favor and be led to these people, that would be really good. And it was a very slow motion thing. you know, it's like starting at, at a ladder. You're gonna climb a ladder, you cannot jump to the 10th rung. You have to start at the first rung and be patient and then work your way up.
Ian (6m 50s):
And that's how it went. So I just met enough people in the first 36 months, 'cause I had about a 36 month window to do things, or I was gonna be exited And. you know, according to the medical establishments, when you don't do what they want, you're gonna die even sooner. And if they give you this, you have a better chance of living maybe 36 months or 60 months. And so in the first 36 months, I met enough people who I taught me about fungal infections, taught me about microbial overloads, heavy metal poisoning. I found out that I had all those things and also had yeast overgrowth, which was like, 'cause they call it canita and canita and cancer go hand in hand. They're very similar terms.
Ian (7m 32s):
And I just did all the things that, that was required that I knew of at that point, to get control of that and to get rid of as much of that as I could. And it took seven years to go through these, these various protocols to have my body completely eliminate all that stuff. So I had no more sign of a tumor dissolve outta my body. It was a big tumor. It, it took a long time to go. And then the heart disease and liver functionality was measured at normal medical levels by actually the end of 2009. And the tumor was gone by 2011. So that was an interesting journey. During that time, I found out about a, a nutrient that really nobody knew about and very few people even know about today called Marine Phytoplankton.
Ian (8m 21s):
I learned about that in 2006. And by 2007, I had found out the top quality strains of Marine Phytoplankton out of Europe. And I started to buy and sell that because it made me feel so good. It didn't cure anything But, it made me feel so good and had so much energy that I just wanted people to find out about it. It's like, you gotta try this stuff. It's like it charges up your battery somehow. I'm not sure exactly how, but just try it. And people in Canada turned up their nose at it mostly. There was just a couple of people who had an interest. And then when I went to California, several people down there were really interested. It's like, oh, what is this stuff?
Ian (9m 1s):
Could I try it? And they would try it. And then they wanted to buy it. And some of the people had great influence over large groups in the health space and they started telling their people. And we ended up selling about $2.8 million worth of that between 2007 and 2009 before we even properly set up with a company or anything. We were just buying it and bottling it in our basement in Toronto, in a clean room and selling it and having fabulous results and everybody raving about it. So that took us until 2009 into 2009 and we ended up starting a, a serious company and slowly started to build it. Up until 2014, we moved into a beautiful world class facility in Coburg, Ontario.
Ian (9m 47s):
and we now occupy 55,000 square feet of that building. and we have a full production company that, that manufactures our own from scratch products that are extremely innovative and unique and they're all functional, foundational. They're, rather than trying to go and compete in the supplement world, which is hundreds of thousands of supplements, which is all me too stuff. We, I, I wanted to go to the foundation because when you set the foundation of your health and you fix all the cracks, tear the building down, so to speak, that's, you know, a an old dilapidated building. You go downtown, big city and by a building that's all, you know, worn out.
Ian (10m 30s):
You don't try to fix it, you just tear it down and build a new one. And so I learned that that's what you do with your body. You literally go to the foundation, reset everything, rebuild everything. And that's been a gradual slow learning process over the last 20 years, which now has settled into the most important health information on earth that I was able to achieve. Not by me going and getting it, but by simply absorbing all the research that was done by people at the top of the industry. And when I say they're top of the industry, they're not well known. The these are the unknowns. And I learned from them and just, just started putting pieces of the puzzle together.
Ian (11m 12s):
Until now, today we have all the pieces that fit beautifully for the biological health of a human body.
Brian (11m 21s):
Wow. And surprisingly enough, I've had Phytoplankton before. I have tried it. I've, I might have even even gotten it from, I dunno if I got it from your company, but this was years ago, probably, I don't know, seven, eight years ago. I've tried it and I like put it under your tongue. Droplets under my tongue. Yeah. It's very strong. Like you don't need a lot of it. Right. I think I made the mistake of taking too much initially. But what, so that was your first product. What I know Phytoplankton is something that may, maybe you'll explain it a lot better than I will, but it's at the, at the bottom of the ocean.
Brian (12m 4s):
Is this, is this what like, like whales and things like that feed on?
Ian (12m 9s):
Well that's part of the conception that is partially correct. Yes. Now where, where it lives is at the very top of the ocean because it needs sunlight to go through photosynthesis.
Brian (12m 20s):
Ian (12m 21s):
And then that actually is the foundational food of the entire ocean. So it looks like the food chain, it's at the very bottom of the food chain But. It's at the very top of the ocean. Okay. So what happens with that is the, the plankton eat the Marine Phytoplankton. So the Marine Phytoplankton is a microscopic algae. So these little tiny plankton eat the Phytoplankton. And then the whales, which is the largest mammal on earth, eat the plankton. So it's just one step up from the bottom of the food chain. And the largest mammal on earth survives on the plankton. And that's all they, they eat, they just go through and they just eat that 'cause they're not carnivores. They eat these little planktons. So what I found out was that the Marine Phytoplankton provides 90% of the oxygen we breathe on the earth because that is massive production all over the world.
Ian (13m 10s):
Like we're, the world is 71% water, mostly ocean water for the, for the Marine fighter. Pine grows. And there was a study in Europe done between 1960 and 2040 year period where they were growing all over the world and finding all these different strains. There's thousands of strains of Marine Phytoplankton. And they all have various different purpose. Some of them were for aquaculture, for fish farms, some of them were for biofuels, some of them were for protein base. And they found two strains that are perfectly matched for the human nutritional profile as well as animals. So animals and humans resonate with this, you know, whether it's pets or farm animals or humans.
Ian (13m 52s):
This is the, it has every nutritional molecule known to all historical data inside these strains of these two, which is nano coreopsis guano, nano coreopsis and tetra semis. And they, they can't harvest them from the ocean. They had to select them from the ocean and then build an ocean on land, which is a photo bioreactor using sunlight in ocean water. But it's on non arable land. It's the size of a soccer field. And this Marine photo plant is planted. The, the single strain is planted in the tubing of this through. So it's inoculated and then it produces itself thinking it's in the ocean 'cause it has to have the exact right temperature and pH the right amount of CO2 put in.
Ian (14m 36s):
'cause it consumes massive amount of CO2. And then it produces all this oxygen, which is released from the photo bioreactor during the growth cycle. And then that is harvested when it's, when it's completely at a, at a certain level of, of in, of density is harvested and then spun through a centrifuge. And then it comes out this living plant food that is then put into 100 times strength ocean water. So 30% Marine Phytoplankton paste is put into 30, 70%, a hundred times strength ocean water. So that's a long story, but what it does, it totally stabilizes it. So you have this liquid and this stuff that you tried was the, was called oceans alive.
Ian (15m 19s):
Yeah. And that's the only one in the market that is very, very strong. And you can put it under your tongue, which is a good head rush because it's strong. But I, I put it in fluid, I put it in my smoothie in the morning. Okay. And I also use it through the day if I need more mental energy, because it is truly brain food. We call it a natural nootropic. And it's all heirloom. There's no genetic modification at all. It's genetic selection. So there was a study done between 2008 and 2013 where they were selecting the, the most, the most beneficial, the highest quality strains of these two strains as they were growing it and trying different sequences, all computer controlled as far as the temperature, the flow rate, the pH, the CO2 and so on.
Ian (16m 7s):
And they were able to select every day better and better strains until they maximized it in 2013. And so since then, for the last 11 years, they've been growing the absolute top quality of these two strains. And, and that's where everything took off. And 2014 we did an official launch of the Oceans Alive. And that's where, you know, people started to find out about it. Our goal is to have millions of people know about this because it is a vast upgrade to the human system when you take it every single day. And so that's where the term oceans alive came from because it is like a life energy because it's perfectly stabilized.
Ian (16m 48s):
It's not freeze dried, it's just stabilized in a hundred times strength, ocean water. So there's no preservatives, there's no chemicals involved. It's just a natural phenomena that happens between a salinity transfer. It's kind of like pickling But. it, it is not pickled per se, it's just suspended. It's like suspended animation. It's held in its perfect state indefinitely. We have bottles that we made back 17 years ago that are still fresh as the day they were made.
Brian (17m 16s):
Hmm. Yeah. So I had that, that, that was interesting. I, that I definitely will, will say I did feel energy from it. And is was, so this was sort of the, the flagship product that started your line and what, what pushed you to, to start the, I obviously you, you overcame those health issues and, and then from there you just decided that you wanted to sort of start the, the company or, or, or what brought you into, into that space?
Ian (17m 46s):
Well, the company had to be started by default. That was not the initial intention was to have a company. I just, because we had to bring this raw material in. We had to, and we had to get certified because you can't, like we sold everything for the first two years without any certification, without any proper company set up. But we followed the rules. We made sure that there was a sanitized room. All the equipment we used was sanitized. We did everything right there. But in order to do it correctly, 'cause you have to register with the FDA, you have to register with Health Canada, you have to register with the eu. There are different things you have to do to make sure that you're meeting the standards because you can't just, you know, be a, a sketchy operation that's not careful.
Ian (18m 27s):
And and I can say I'm careful, but I have to prove that I am. So that means there's third party audits being done all the time. Like, you know, CGMP, you have to have, you know, all these different things that are, that you have to meet the criteria of. You have to have manual set up, you have to have, you know, mock recalls in the event that something goes wrong. You have to know how to recall. You have to have batch control on every single batch you make. And you have to keep samples of everything. So it took years to be able to get to that sophisticated level. We, we didn't even get registered with Health Canada till 2019. It took that long to be that meticulous and to set up the facility so that we could meet all those criteria.
Ian (19m 10s):
you know, people think that these health organizations are against companies that are doing natural stuff. They're not, they're actually there to make sure that you're doing things right. You know, people think the FDA is against 'em. It's not the FDA is actually for you. They just want you to follow these different rules. 'cause they don't want the liability. Because if something comes up in the market and it harms people, the FDA is like, like people say, well, where was the FDA when this happened? What were they doing? Were they not paying attention? So there are, there are many companies on, you know, the underground that are doing things and they're not necessarily doing things well or some, some of them are. But when the FDA comes to visit, they're not coming to get you. They're coming to help you. So it just depends on what you, your attitude or your perspective.
Ian (19m 53s):
So when Health Canada showed up and they wanted us to inspect our facility, I welcomed them in. And when they said to jump, I just simply asked them how high, because I was already jumping higher than they were asking, you know, so it was like that, you know, you just, you set your own standards at a higher level than, than what would even be expected normally in the industry.
Brian (20m 13s):
And before we ca came on air, you were talking about you had a little bit of a breakthrough with the new year regarding just health in general and some things that you've, that you found out what, what, what was that all about?
Ian (20m 25s):
Well, that, that's been a gradual iteration. So it is just like when you have a habit, a really good habit in your life, it's usually made of a whole bunch of micro habits, you know, or when you have a really good chain of thought and good critical thinking, that's, you know, millions of micro thoughts that are culminating into good thinking. And it's been that way. So in over the last 20 years, there was just this learning curve that kept bringing in more and more information. Now I didn't have time to be a researcher. So my job was to, to research the researchers, right? To find the people or be led to the people, which is what happened, who had the greatest amount of knowledge about how the human body works.
Ian (21m 6s):
Because your body wants a certain type of fuel at a certain time for a certain reason. It also wants to be able to detoxify itself. And so there's a massive amount of misinformation that is out in the public space right now, specifically in the natural healing space. This huge amount of misinformation. And the misinformation is not necessarily intentional. It's more in the lines that people got to a certain level and said, well, this is really good. This is, now we've got the answer. But that's actually not true. They have a partial answer. So when you look at diets, for example, you know, there's vegans, vegetarians, there's people who are keto, there's people who are paleo, carnivore, macrobiotic, Mediterranean, there's all these different, you know, cells, beach and on and on it goes.
Ian (21m 52s):
So what I did is I thought, okay, if I want to cherry pick, I want to go through and find out what is the best of each of those categories, you know, and, and do they actually work? And how do they work and do they work well or do they work totally awesome? Because there's things that work well, but they're not totally awesome. And so as, as time went on, it got simpler and simpler and clearer and clearer. And I actually tried them all. I did everything from, you know, raw vegan. I did the vegetarian thing, I did the paleo, the keto, the a carnivore. I did the whole I and I did it for years at a time. I didn't just go and I'll try that for a week.
Ian (22m 32s):
I'm talking about immersing myself in these things and to see what my body responded like. Because after 2009, once I was in the, in the healthy medical range, and then when my tumor disappeared completely by 2011, I'm like, oh, okay, now, now we have a beautiful runway. I an infinite amount of time ahead of me that I can invest. I don't need to worry about getting older and aging all that stuff anymore. Because the older I got, the better I got, the healthier I became. It's like this is a phenomena, this is totally different than the original pattern of things back in the day where people expect to have to fight to be healthy the older they get. And as their health is declining, they're trying to slow it down or they're trying to correct it.
Ian (23m 15s):
I found out that when you find the truth, you just get healthier and healthier and healthier every day going into the future. So anything that didn't amplify that, even though it helped a little bit and it wasn't amplifying it properly, then I had to eliminate that. So if you think about the earth that we're living in and living on the, the terrain is relative to us. So if you, if you talk about having a celestial level health, which we'll call it, right? I like the term celestial level. It sounds great. It's like way high up there. Then you want things that are higher and higher off the ground, or if they're on the ground, they gotta be super resilient.
Ian (23m 59s):
So the fuel that you're gonna put put in your body needs to be the top fuel and it can't have anything in the way. So after all these iterations of all trying all these things, really doing them, yeah, it came down to one thing. What is going to bring the biggest physical results? In other words, how do you get the very deepest, most restful sleep when you wake up in the morning, you feel absolutely amazing and your day is just filled with energy, filled with mental, emotional and physical energy. And you just, you can be totally functional and you just get better and better and better throughout the day. And then you get tired at nighttime, you go to sleep and restore and do it again.
Ian (24m 40s):
And then tomorrow you're actually healthier than you are today. And then the day after that you're healthier than you're tomorrow. And it just so you can measure these things. And being that I'm now in my 66th year, I realized that it, I would love to go back and start when I'm 20 and maintain a 20-year-old as long as possible. Sure. Which is now, now doable if you're 20. But Now I, I found out that I could reverse my age back to around a 25-year-old and maintain that. Really? Yes. So that's a biological health. And how do you do that By putting the right fuel in your body. Now there are certain things that are in conflict with fuels.
Ian (25m 20s):
And I heard from all these different people over the years, the, the, the different keys, the different little signals that the, the hints that I suspected, Hey, that might actually be really good. Let's see if that works. Right. And so in, in between, you know, December 28th and January 3rd of this, this transition into 2024, a whole bunch of things just sort of just clicked into gear. All of the, the research and all the thoughts and all the iterations showed me something profound. And it's that the body runs on glucose, which we already know that every cell requires glucose to run efficiently. Your brain is mostly glucose.
Ian (26m 2s):
People try to tell you it's mostly Fat. Well that's, you're a Fat head if that's the truth, right? Yeah. So it's, that's not true. You have a little bit of Fat in your brain and a massive amount of glucose. You, you're for a body to run really well, it has just the right amount of Fat. And it has the, it has to have the right kind of Fat, which is good brown Fat, not the white stuff, right? It can't have any visceral Fat. And the body will automatically adjust when you fuel it properly. So if you're taking Carbs for example, pick any carbs, could be from fruit or rice or potatoes or something like that.
Ian (26m 42s):
If you have any excess Fat in your system at all, that Fat is slowly blocking the, the lipid membrane of your cell from allowing the glucose in properly. So the more Fat, the more blockage. 'cause you only need a little bit of Fat. Everybody needs Fat, but just a little bit. Females need a little bit more body Fat than a male. But I'm talking the Fat rolling through your bloodstream. 'cause your blood is delivering all of these nutrients. The oxygen you're breathing, the food you're consuming is delivering those nutrients into the cell.
Ian (27m 21s):
There's no other way to get it in there, right? The blood, you're, you're, you have five liters of blood. That five liters of blood pumps through your entire body. Every 60 seconds, your entire body is flooded with blood every 60 seconds. you know that five liters pumps, you pump 7,600 liters of blood a day. You have 10,000 kilometers of cardiovascular tubing, arteries, veins, and capillaries. And all of those, those systems are delivering these nutrients. If your heart stops your, your, you're unconscious within eight seconds. That's how critical your blood is.
Ian (28m 2s):
So your immune system is inside your blood. Everybody goes, oh, the immune system's in the gut. Well that's a total piece of misinformation. The immune system is affected by your gut, but it's not in your gut. Your immune system is in your blood. Your fuel is in your blood and your elimination system is in the blood because the blood has to carry the good stuff in. The fuel gets used up in the cell. It expels the waste material that this leftover from creating the energy. And then the blood carries that out and gets filtered out by your kidneys and your liver and then it dumps out of your body. So you wanna have the least amount of waste product coming out of the cell and the cleanest possible fuel as you know, going into the cell.
Ian (28m 48s):
Right? You're, you're, I know I'm preaching as the choir here 'cause you're, you're, you're way up in knowledge in this area, but I'm just saying I'm kind of reiterating this again because it'll help you and, and the audience, whoever's listening. And so what I, in my, my physical, like I became the ultimate physical experiment because I had tried everything and I also had access to a very large amount of resources during the last 20 years. We, we have, we have generated over a hundred million dollars in revenue and, and about 40 million of that was available to do research. We didn't take the money and become rich people. And, you know, some famous icon have no interest in that at all.
Ian (29m 32s):
The money was simply fuel to be able to fuel the research to allow me to then go and do the work that I had to do to find out what the truth is. And so that all that money got put in into this research, which is phenomenal. And also to, you know, rebuilt the factory. But I'm talking about the remaining leftover Sure. Which is significant. And so it is significant for a tiny little company like us. So what'd you, what'd you end up finding out? So what I, what I now do and, okay, this is the, the sum of, of everything. Okay? Your body is 80% electrolytic fluid. A big piece of misinformation is that your body is 80% water.
Ian (30m 14s):
No it is not water is H2O. Can you imagine if your body was 80% H2O you'd be dead because the fluid in your body is so intense and so filled with all these various different natural chemicals and natural hormones and energy and your DNA's relying on that. That it, it is, if you cry a tear, it tastes like ocean water. That's no coincidence. You're basically a walking ocean, you know, taste some sweat, see how salty that is. And then you have blood and lymph and interstitial fluid and intercellular fluid and mucus and saliva and whatever, right? You have all these different types of fluids.
Ian (30m 54s):
Well, there're electrolytic. And so I found out that when you go to the ocean and get Unrefined, Sea Salt, which, and, or, or these concentrated sea minerals, which is what started the whole company. I didn't even know how important this was back in the day. I just knew it was charging up by battery somehow made me feel good. Okay? I didn't know why. Well, Now I know why you need a, a, a good amount of sea minerals going into your system in the form of fluid every single day, all day long. Because that provides, that's a massive fuel at the foundation of your being that allows your body to produce a lot of, of extra clean blood.
Ian (31m 40s):
So then any dirty blood that is getting filled up with debris from breathing. 'cause you breathe 11,000 liters of air a day, everything you're breathing has oxygen in it. You can't see those oxygen molecules, but there's quadrillions of oxygen molecules, but they're so tiny you can't see them. It looks like clear air. The same applies to the nanoparticles that are coming from tire dust. 10 billion pounds of tire dust gets released in the United States every year. That's just one country in the world. Imagine how much in the whole world. It's ridiculous. And then you have break dust. That's all heavy metals. Tires are made of rubber and cotton in epoxy and resins and plastics and chemicals and metals as well. And we're breathing it. So that's just two things of thousands of different things that are in the air that you can't see.
Ian (32m 24s):
So when you're breathing it in, your blood gets filled with that as well. And you start to accumulate this unwanted stuff. And if you take a 20-year-old to a 60-year-old, that's only a 40 year spread, 20-year-old, normal, healthy, 20-year-old gets measured at, at a hundred percent kidney function. A 60-year-old is considered normal to have 30 per 35% efficiency compared to a 20-year-old. So a kidney kidneys in a 60-year-old are running at about 35% versus being 20. Why? Because the 60-year-old breathed 160 million liters of air.
Ian (33m 4s):
Just do the math. 11,000 liters a day times 365 times 60 is 160 million liters of air. Well you've been accumulating all this stuff that you don't want and your filters fall behind. Your kidneys are filtering your blood, your liver is filtering your blood and those filters get plugged up, specifically the kidneys. So then you look, if you look at a person that's 60 years old to 80 years old, they look a lot worse than 80 than they look at 60. If you look at 'em at 40 to 60, not not that big of a change with a lot of people But it, but from 60 to 80, well a lot, most people are dead by the time they're 80. 'cause the average life expectancy for mainstream is 74 to 79 health conscious people.
Ian (33m 50s):
So-called is 75 to 85. That's not much difference. And then they're dead. Now some people live till they're a hundred. Some people claim they're gonna live to one 50. Well, they've gotta show evidence that that's actually true based upon where they're at right now and where they're gonna be at tomorrow or in 10 years from now. So when I realized that these are all mathematically calculable things, these are common sense, logical things, then I realized, okay, I I, I have to make sure that I'm providing the raw material to my body that it needs to produce super amounts of clean blood. And when I found out what that was and I started doing that, my whole blood system cleaned out my entire body.
Ian (34m 32s):
So instead of waiting for my filters to clean it out, this new high production of clean blood actually cleaned out the filters. you know, if you have a a, a machine that runs on hydraulics, you gotta have a filter on that because it's gonna be getting debris into the seals over time. And you eventually have to change the oil or change the filters. Well what if you can't change the filters? What are you gonna do? Go get kidney transplants all the time, no chance. Right? If you have to get a kidney transplant, that means you don't know what you're doing. So if you find out that you can change the hydraulic fluid so often that the filters never get plugged up. And if they did get plugged up, it watches them out. That's how this works. So you are a blood production facility.
Ian (35m 14s):
Now, what produces blood in your body? Red bone marrow is what produces blood. Blood. Red bone marrow also produces stem cells that are very efficient at helping your body recover and repair all the time. So if you're injured, when you're in your twenties, you repair much faster than a person between 30 and 40. Now that's evidenced by professional athletes. How many professional athletes are still doing what they did in their forties now? Right? And if they are, they're not performing at the highest levels. Why? 'cause they're falling behind. They're getting filled up. So if you take an average 20-year-old to a 30-year-old, the 20-year-old, your entire bone marrow in your body is, is red when you're 20.
Ian (35m 58s):
By the time you're 30, it can drop down as much as 40% depending on your lifestyle. Then that means that 40% has converted to yellow bone marrow. That does not produce good blood. That does not produce any beneficial stem cells. That's why people fall behind. This evidence is physically visible, right? You can see the performance levels going down.
Brian (36m 19s):
So did this l lead you to a certain product, a lifestyle change or what, what, what,
Ian (36m 27s):
Yes. Yeah, it did. Well actually, the products, interestingly enough that Activation products has, are all based upon functional foundational resets, keeping it super healthy and clean. Detoxification products, nutritional products, also products that help to get the gum out. you know, like you get all gummed up with stuff. If people are eating the wrong kind of foods, they get gummed up, they're breathing all this stuff, they get messed up. So the ocean's alive, which is a concentrated sea mineral, you simply take larger and larger amounts of that as you get as you age. And that provides the sea minerals to produce the super quality blood. Now here's an interesting fact.
Ian (37m 9s):
Everyone knows that you have that everyone has a potential to get sick once in a while. you know, it might be a head cold, it might be a sore throat, it might be the flu, or it might be cancer, or it could be heart disease or strokes or you know, Alzheimer's or whatever. And the older a person gets, they're increasing the opportunity to have those things happen. You don't see a lot of young people with heart attacks and cancer. It can happen, but it's not as common. It's very common as people age. So when you get plugged up and you lose energy, what, what keeps you alive is real energy. What are we gonna do? Drink a whole bunch of Red Bulls and a whole bunch of stimulant drinks, monster drinks and rockstar drinks. And is that how we're gonna get the energy?
Ian (37m 51s):
Absolutely not, because those things are fake. They, they stimulate a feeling of energy, but they demand that your bone marrow donate to your body to get energy that destroys bone marrow. They require your spinal fluid to generate energy that depletes your, your spinal cord fluid. These are things that you can't afford. So instead of doing that, you flip it around and you give your body the things that it requires, which is glucose. Now that doesn't mean you go get some refined white sugar and consume it or some, you know, honey that's, that's processed wrong. Or, you know, you, you have to consume the foods that have the largest amount of beneficial glucose and trace elements.
Ian (38m 37s):
And that is fruit and potatoes and good quality white rice. Not the brown rice. 'cause the brown rice has the brand on it, which you don't want. 'cause that's just not good for your digestive system. And these things where you consume a large amount of them, they do well. But here's what happens. This is what happened to me. 'cause I'm trying all these diets, right? So I'm doing, you know, when I was on carnivore, it was the most interesting because noticed that How long, how long were you on carnivore for? About three years. Three years. Yeah. And, you know, very, very dialed in. Yeah. you know, whereas, you know, high Fat, you know, lots of animal products, you know, lots of big yolks, lots of heavy cream, lots of those things, right?
Ian (39m 19s):
And I noticed that it was kind of fun to do. I I, I enjoyed that. But what I didn't know is that the ketones that I was getting, which were giving me energy and making me feel great, and also helping my body, you know, balance his weight out, we're not sustainable. Because what you, what sustains you is true fuel. So if you take a person who's on a carnivore diet and having no glucose at all, you know, other than what they're producing from the meat that they're eating. 'cause the body will convert things to glucose. Sure. They don't have the energy and the stamina that someone has who is just taking in all the massive amounts of carbs because the more, so you ha you need a tiny amount of Fat in your body.
Ian (40m 3s):
Well, I had put in so much Fat in my body. My blood is so full of Fat. The Fat is a, is a ratio. It's like a, it's like a scale. The more Fat that's in your blood, the more your lipid membranes in your cells get plugged and don't allow the glucose in. So then when you eat glucose of any kind and you're on that kind of a diet, or if you have any Fat in your system, it's over what your body wants. Then that Fat plugs the cells So, they can't get the glucose properly. So then if you're, if you're taking glucose, they say, oh no, no, drop your sugar. You're, you're getting fatigued. You're, it's messing with you. You have insulin Resistance, you've got too much insulin in your body.
Ian (40m 45s):
'cause if you eat glucose, your pancreas produces insulin right away. And the insulin's supposed to draw the, drive the glucose into the cell. But it can't, it can only get a little bit in. And so all of a sudden you have a bunch of free glucose and free insulin in your body, which wrecks havoc very much in your body. And So, they say, oh no, you gotta drop your sugar, get the sugar up. And then people feel better when they have less sugar. That's, that's a very deceptive thing. When you don't have that extra Fat at all and you have just the minimal amount of Fat your body actually wants. Now the insulin can deliver all the glucose into the cell. There's nothing blocking it. You have zero insulin Resistance at that point, and then you get your body filled with, with, with this real energy.
Ian (41m 30s):
So if you wanna climb to, sorry, if you wanna climb to, where do we go here? Oops, hang on. What just happened? Sorry about that. My computer
Brian (41m 45s):
Messed up. Oh, that's okay. So you were just talking about glucose. Obviously the body runs on glucose and it's interesting. I actually have had, you know, different individuals on this podcast anywhere from carnivores to, you know, vegetarians to individuals who have gone from one to the other. It's, and and it's interesting that you sort of try 'em all. And so your biggest conclusion obviously is obviously the fact that we're running on glucose and if we're become good at metabolizing glucose, this could provide a lot of energy for the body. I think sometimes, like Jay Feldman I've had on, I don't know if you know Jay Feldman, but he talks a lot about this, this sort of bioenergetic viewpoint on health.
Brian (42m 33s):
I've also a Georgie dink cough talk a little bit about this where people just sort of get rid of these macronutrients such as like carbs and then they don't go on it for years and their body just becomes bad at metabolizing that, that that substance and So, they don't necessarily think that's the right thing. Right way of going about it is excluding macronutrients. For some people it helps because maybe they have gut issues and they can't digest certain things and So they have to sort of get rid of certain macronutrients or certain foods that are causing this, you know, dis disruption. So I guess my question for you is, you know, you did 'em all, you sort of came to a conclusion, And, what was sort of the, the end, the end sort of goal of all this?
Ian (43m 23s):
Well, the, the number one fuels that you put in your body that make you feel the absolute best, that give you massive amounts of energy where you, you never run out of energy and you have the deepest sleeps and you have the best restoration and you're getting younger and healthier as you get older is Unrefined sea Salt. Sea minerals, unrefined have to be in their original form, blended with all different manners of fruit and all different manners of high tech. High, high intensity, not high tech, but high intensity carbs like sweet potatoes, white rice, and lots of glyco nutrition, which is coming from all these different various brute trees.
Ian (44m 5s):
And the trees make the most sense And, what happens if, if you have any amount of Fat, more than what your body requires, you're blocking your cells. So I, I deleted the Fat. I totally took all the Fat out and as soon as I did that, everything turned on, all the lights turned on. So the electrolytic fluid is now maximized with the unrefined sea salts, the sea minerals, the cells are now being super fueled with all these different types of berries and fruits and carbs. And I never run out of energy. I have massive stamina and my body's getting younger and younger and younger and better and faster and stronger every single day that I do this.
Ian (44m 49s):
And, and so have gone through all the different iterations. Now here we are. So your body, you do need a little bit of Fat. Sure, But, it has to be the right kind and only tiny amounts.
Brian (44m 60s):
Well, you, well you'll see this with some people. I had, gosh, I had so many people on, I forgot her name, but she talked about that she'll go through iterations of high Fat, low carb like months, and then she'll go low, low Fat, high carb sort of stretches as well and try to figure out like what worked well for her. Because I, I will, you know, obviously people come from different spheres of influence, different cultural influences, different parts of the globe, and they can run on certain fuels better than other people. So, but may you know, for you obviously what you found, what, what really works well for you.
Brian (45m 44s):
What about the sea salts? You guys sell it? I know you guys have, you talked about the, you have, you have trace ocean minerals, is that what you're talking about?
Ian (45m 54s):
Yeah, the trace ocean minerals is one we have. So our ocean's live brand, what we're doing right now is we're rolling it out with all of the Sea nutrients. Okay. Whether it's Phytoplankton or Unrefined, sea salt, the, the concentrated trace minerals. But that's in combination. So what I found out was that you people can try all these different things. Like I've tried, I've actually cycled as well at different times. Sure. Once, once you find out the thing that actually works and you do that, you'll never change again. Because now it's tapped in. It's not like this is the end all be all. This is just the thing that works for every human because every human body requires glucose in the cell to function at its highest level.
Ian (46m 37s):
Right. It requires just a tiny amount of Fat. If you give it too much Fat, doesn't matter how, how often you cycle, you're gonna have, you're going to be behind the eight ball. If I, if I went to a straight up carnivore, high Fat, high meat, high egg yolks and high, high concentrated dairy product, I'm gonna be flooding my body with all this Fat. I can't have any glucose during that time, or it'll mess with me really badly. I'll have insulin and free glucose going through my system. It'll be terrible. Right. So now I'm not going to go through any more cycles because at the end of the day, this is what it is. Now take a look at, at food, the food that's highest off the earth is on the fruit trees. And then when you go down to the, the surface level, if you have a forest fire go over the earth and burns all the trees and all the plants down and there's wild blueberries on, on the earth, the fire burns, the wild blueberry bushes right to the ground.
Ian (47m 31s):
They don't have to be replanted. They come right back up again on their own. Whereas everything else has to be replanted. So I noticed that when I, when I started, I, because last summer, where I live in Ontario, we have an island, we've had our, this island in our family since 1950. and we were not a wealthy family. We just happened to have a grandfather that discovered that the crown was releasing certain land up in Georgian Bay in 1950. And he went, he bought an island for $83 and the island was, it wasn't get, didn't get the whole island. We got an eco and a half. But they wouldn't let any other part of that island be sold except for where on the other side. Well, on that island, there's this huge amount of wild blueberries that grow and it's a very, you know, very harsh environment.
Ian (48m 14s):
In the wintertime. It gets super cold. There's lots of wind, lots of storms. And these hearty little bushes that grow in and amongst all the junipers and amongst, amongst the forest, they produce all these wild blueberries, So, we used to have these wild blueberry pies up at the cottage every summer. So last summer, the health food store in Perry Sound Ontario sells these buckets of wild blueberries and they're like $45 a bucket. So I was buying them continuously and eating large amounts of it to see how I felt with it. And I felt so good. I couldn't believe it. It was like, wow, this stuff is so good. And, but in the wintertime, you know, to go and try to find wild blueberries, that's a different thing. Sure. So I found that there's a, a vast supply of wild blueberry juice.
Ian (48m 58s):
Not, not just blueberry juice cultured blueberries. They don't, they're not nearly as hardy as these guys. Not even close. They still taste good and they're still okay. But wild blueberry juice. Wow. Hmm. So that's actually what's in this glass is sea Salt dissolved into water at five grams a liter and wild blueberry juice. And I also have a product that we haven't even rolled out yet. I've known about it since 2017. And it is a fermented palm tree syrup that comes from the south of India. And that is a major broad spectrum of all the, the fructose that produces glucose with all the minerals. So trees, they come from 90 foot high tady palms they're called.
Ian (49m 42s):
And so the, the higher the tree, the, the longer the distance the, the, the fluid is from the earth. 'cause a tree has capillary, a tree can literally pull megatons of water out of the earth up to the top of itself, which is all filled with all the nutrients from the earth. It's called capillary. There's no pump in a tree. How do you get megatons of, of fluid all the way to the top of the tree, into these flowers that produce this syrup? Yeah. How does it do that? It's a phenomenon. There's a life energy in the tree. You could drive a a, a wooden post into the ground. It'll pull nothing outta the ground. But these living trees, they do that. So it, it brings the finest trace elements and nutrients from the soil and the photosynthesis from the sun to make this fruit so that you pick the fruit off the tree, nothing dies.
Ian (50m 31s):
Right. Whereas everything else, vegetables have to die and trees can detoxify very, very efficiently. Where a vegetable can't, it has a short lifecycle. It's only drawing on the surface of the, of the dirt. It doesn't go deep into the earth. And so all the, all the pollutants that are on the earth are falling on the earth constantly. You know, they measure tire dust alone and brake dust goes a mile and a half above every highway in North America. The trade winds carry to the top of the mountains, to the bottom of lakes and cover all the fields. And we're breeding it. So the fruit trees, by far have the most nutritional value for the human body. There's no comparison. But I couldn't do fruit much before because the more I did, the more tired I would get and it would crash me.
Ian (51m 14s):
Now, I don't crash at all because I don't have any Fat getting in the way of getting the glucose into my cells and into my brain. My brain is mostly glucose. It turned all the lights on. So the electrolytic fluid with the sea minerals and the fruit juices and then the Carbs from potatoes like sweet potatoes, rice, whatever. And, and adding all this fermented palm tree. I have so much carbs going in my system every single day. It's a phenomenal thing. And my body uses it all. I don't have any insulin Resistance going on at all where I used to be hypoglycemic and verging on type two diabetes throughout my life. Right. That's messed up. I would eat, I'd get super tired. Well, I never get tired now.
Ian (51m 54s):
So I just have,
Brian (51m 55s):
I I there was, I don't know if you know about that, like Right. The Walter Kempner and the Rice Diet where he helped individuals. I think it was, it began at like Duke University. This was in like thirties. Right. And he actually, I know Okay. He had people eat their diets consisting of rice and fruit and pretty much cured them of di di any diabetes with the, with the rice if you look up Yeah. So cool. Yeah. Yeah. Consisted of rice and fruit and it was, yeah. Kempner is the name. So if you, if you're listening, you wanna do a little bit of research on it. It's interesting. Very cool. Yeah. Yeah.
Ian (52m 35s):
That's a great info. That's another one, right? Another guy.
Brian (52m 38s):
Yeah. And this was done in the, you know, this was done a long time ago. It was called the Rice Diet. So, but anyways, very interesting stuff. And your company Activation products. So you would say the, the Sea salt mineral product. Obviously the ocean's alive with the, the Phytoplankton is a big one. I noticed you sell a honey. Yes as well. I'm a big, big fan of honey. I, I usually put that with a little bit of yogurt. Any other, I know you have some iodine and magnesium. We could probably talk our about your products. What would you say your top ones are?
Ian (53m 19s):
Well, it's the Ocean's Alive, the Ease, which is a, a transdermal magnesium that's extracted from ocean water. Okay. But it's extracted at the absolute purest level, like USP grade. That means that it's certified and guaranteed to be only magnesium chloride, hexahydrate. and we maximize that into a special water that we make and we, it takes 12 hours to produce it. And when you spray it on your skin, it goes right into your skin, into your body. You can literally feel it within a minute and a half to two minutes. And so you put it onto your body before you go to bed at night to give you a deeper sleep because that, that type of magnesium immediately relaxes your muscles. Hmm. Which allows your body to drift, drift off when you get up in the morning, you put it on again, because then it works with your autonomic nervous system.
Ian (54m 4s):
'cause you gotta get into sympathetic stress to get your stuff done during the day, which is really good. And then you wanna flip right back into parasympathetic throughout the day, back and forth. Versus the magnesium allows you to have the fuel to do that. So the more brain power you use, the more energy you're driving with your body, the more magnesium you're burning. So that's called a macro mineral or a master mineral that goes in and it is super fuel. Okay? And that, that's works with 330 different biochemical reactions. The other one you mentioned is iodine So. we have another one, a USP grade of pure I two molecular iodine in a, in a, in a gas molecule. But we, we found out how to put, how to infuse the same fluid we use for ease with this iodine gas molecule to 300 parts per million.
Ian (54m 50s):
And then you, you consume that, you drink it or you put it on your skin and that gives you another fuel because every cell requires a tiny amount of iodine. And so your cells use it plus it also detoxifies your body with heavy metals and fungus and different things like that. It goes after the things that shouldn't be in your body. When it reacts with those things, it converts to iodide. The form of iodide goes and feeds your thyroid. 'cause your thyroid uses iodide, not iodine. Now the one thing that the iodine itself helps with thyroid is because it cleans every cell of your body out. It gets the fluorides and the bromides and things like that out of the, the, the receptor sites in your thyroid so that now it's clean.
Ian (55m 33s):
Now those receptor sites can receive the iodine and your thyroid produces T three, T four iodine hormones, which supports immune function in your blood system. And also helps with brain power because iodine is also an essential element for brain function. So it is just making sure that we're getting all the fuels that are ultra clean into your body, that are fully util utilizable in smaller, small, it's like low dose, high volume, right? So if you have high dose low volume, it's not nearly as effective. You want low dose, high volume. A small amount goes a long way. Yeah. Yes. In volume. So this, the particle size has to be super tiny and, and my brain got so upgraded just from the iodine alone.
Ian (56m 18s):
When I first started it was like, what is this stuff? Wow, was I missing this? 'cause I noticed this significant optic in cognitive. So all of us based upon f your functionality, you know, your brain, your, your body intelligence, your central nervous system, your autonomic nervous system, your endocrine system for digestion, the the sea minerals feed your stomach, the right amount of fuel it needs to make hydrochloric acid, you've just got hydrochloric acid in your stomach. If your stomach leaks into your body, it can kill you, right? If you get an intestinal leak, it can kill you. If it in the odin, if, if it's leaking this hydrochloric acid But, it is sitting there to digest all the food that you're eating.
Ian (56m 59s):
So this makes perfect gut health because hydrochloric acid in your stomach when it's high quality, is able to digest everything. And then my entire digestive system cleaned out top to bottom. I'm like super squeaky clean. There is, you know, and, and plus your friendly bacteria gets fed when you give it the right fuel and the strong healthy bacteria deletes all the other microbial stuff. you know, they got all kinds of names for these microbes. It doesn't matter what they're called. You wanna get the unhealthy microbes out of your body period. You can kill every one of them because your body has so much energy that it just deletes them all. 'cause your blood is flowing from head to toe to every cell in your body looking and finding all these microbes that aren't supposed to be there.
Ian (57m 42s):
And it just nukes 'em all. So then you don't have, your body's not fatigued by trying to deal with all the stuff that that hides itself in your body throughout all your organs and throughout all your tissue. you know? And then, then the other thing that happens with people, and you can see it visibly immediately, is that there is poison blood and poisons in your body, jammed into your fascia, into your connective tissue, into your cartilage, your joints, your muscles. And that requires energy medicine to get it out. Now energy medicine comes in many different forms. The highest level of energy medicine is where you take your hand and you put energy into your body by percussion.
Ian (58m 26s):
It's like beating a drum, right? You know, you're gonna get a lot of energy from that. So if you take your hand and and slap a rock, the rock's gonna do nothing. It's just gonna sit there. It's not gonna warm up, it's not gonna do anything. If you slap your body with your hand, it's going to heat up. It's going, if there's something wrong that shouldn't be there, it's going to swell up. The body's gonna draw fluids there and it's also gonna release any of the bound up material by percussion. 'cause it's a frequency vibration, literal physical movement that releases things. It's like shaking it up and then it just shows up. So I've done very large parts of my body. I'm working out through my whole entire body at this point.
Ian (59m 6s):
I learned about this back in 2017. All my injuries got repaired because my body can now get the stem cells to where it has to go. That's not plugged up anymore. And so I did, I've had terrible knee injuries when I was young so bad I couldn't water ski or snow ski. Now, I can do whatever I want with my knees. They're back like they were when they were young. Same with my shoulders. This was broken in four places when I was 16 from an accident. This was And. you know, I had to have it all pinned. Now the pin's all out, it's all good. This one was three, three times that torn rotator cuff. And all that's totally healed just by percussion, just by percussing all around. And it takes 10 minutes with your hands. and we have a little thing that this is called the activator, right?
Ian (59m 46s):
This is a little tiny hand on a rod. And this is made of pure silicon. So you take this thing and it works on in five minutes. It does way better job than your hands. So you don't have to use your hands. Now you just use this on bony parts. You use your hands 'cause you don't want to be tapping on on the, the hard bony part 'cause it'll hurt. But this thing, you go throughout your body, all you do is sit on one place for five minutes and anything that's in there will come out. So most of my body, I can, I can slap with this little hand and nothing happens. 'cause my body's completely clear. That's how, you know, physical measurement, you can see 'cause in the physical world, seeing is believing. So these, these are the simplest keys and they work for every single person.
Ian (1h 0m 26s):
I have helped hundreds of people over the last seven years do this. And every one of them got the same results and released all this stuff. And they all had something wrong wherever the, the application was. And most people wanna just deal with injuries. They don't think about the rest of their body. So, they have a bad knee. Well, you do this and then their knee totally heals. It's like what? It takes a week to heal the knee and, and you just takes five minutes of treatment and a week later that area's healed. You don't have to do it again and again, you go back to do it later and nothing happens. 'cause it's totally healed. Healing means healthy, that's all. It just means you have a healthy knee. If you have a bad knee, it's unhealthy.
Ian (1h 1m 7s):
Why do people have hips and knees replaced all the time? Because they're breathing all these abrasives tired dust and break dust and it accumulates in their body and they keep moving around and eventually it wears out. You know, you get a pro ball pitcher who's, who's playing, you know, pitching a hundred miles an hour. He's only got an eight to nine year career. And he is retired because he wore his shoulder out. If the, if he would go in and do this to his shoulder first eight different places, get all the junk out of it before his career, his shoulder never wears out for a fact. That's a measurable fact. But people don't know this. So we're on mission right now to make all this information available. Now you can tell yourself if it works, only by doing, I can talk till I'm blue in the face.
Ian (1h 1m 51s):
It's not gonna help, I can tell you. But once you have the information, it's up to you what you do with it. You don't answer to me, you answer to yourself. Sure. Right? You're the one that gets rewarded when you do the right thing and you pay the price you can't afford when you do the wrong thing.
Brian (1h 2m 6s):
Very good. Ian and website is Activation products.com, right? Yeah. I'm sure you'll be having some new, maybe some new products coming out for the new year. But the main ones that we talked about so far were the magnesium, the, the iodine, the ocean's alive
Ian (1h 2m 24s):
And the Soliris. We didn't talk about the Soliris.
Brian (1h 2m 27s):
Ian (1h 2m 28s):
Soliris is super cool. It's, it's this little tiny bottle. That's all you need is this, this little bottle. And this will take, this does a full month detox and this is rosemary, thyme and clove. In a, in an ultra concentrated amount, one single drop under the tongue will make your tongue numb. So you don't do that. you know, some people do it, put it under the tongue. I don't recommend it. I recommend they just put it in a glass of water, 10 drops in a glass of water, drink it and you can apply it in your skin. It does so many things that it's too much to talk about right now. But this is an absolutely amazing little detoxification product because it, it goes into your body and gets rid of the things that are interrupting cellular function, which again, allows the cell to work even better to operate as a machine that you want, that makes energy for glucose.
Brian (1h 3m 14s):
Got it, got it. Awesome. Yeah, I mean, obviously we could spend hours, you guys have a lot of great products, so, but I appreciate your sta you sharing your story and, and, and your company. I will definitely put Links in the show notes for people to find you. And yeah, I always ask, you know, my guest, if they were gonna give one tip, maybe a lifestyle tip for individuals, if they wanted to get their body or their mind back to what it once was, what one lifestyle tip would you give them?
Ian (1h 3m 47s):
I I, I always tell everyone to build enthusiasm. Now, how do you build enthusiasm? You do, you do it by doing things that make you more enthusiastic. When you see results, you feel better. Nothing feels as good as feeling good. Nothing feels as great as feeling great. So there are, there are keys that you can unlock. The lock that keeps you from being more enthusiastic and enthusiasm and joy go hand in hand. So feeling good, living good, feeling great, living great. And go and, and go up from there. Get healthier every single day. That's your measurement. That's the only key performance indicator you have.
Brian (1h 4m 20s):
Love it, love it. Well, Ian, I appreciate you coming on the podcast and have a great rest of the day.
Ian (1h 4m 26s):
Thank you, Brian. Yeah, make it a great one.
Brian (1h 4m 29s):
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