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Interview with Tim James: Importance of Restructured Water, Colon Hydrotherapy and Plant Based

February 17, 2022 in Podcast


This week I interviewed podcast host, and CEO of chemicalfreebody.com, Tim James. We discussed Tim's core 4 secrets to health, the importance of purified, restructured water along with: - Tim's friends' ability to overcome cancer - Power of detoxing and gut health - Colon Hydrotherapy and his experience with Hippocrates Health Clinic!

0 (1s): Coming up on the get lean eat clean podcast. 1 (4s): Next day, I went and did my colon hydrotherapy thing. They weighed me, I did the one-hour session. They weighed me again. I dropped 10 pounds of impacted fecal material in one, one hour session. And the record at that time in 2011, one lady had dropped 27 pounds of impacted fecal material in one colon hydrotherapy session. So, whoa. So do I believe in it? Yeah. You should get that out. I mean, that lady had the site about a medium sized dog fall out of her butt full of waste, funk and nasty gunk and junk. So what are you those that are listening? How much do you have carrying around in there? I'm here to tell you if you're an intelligent person and intelligent system, you want to be smart about this and you want to clean that crap out of there, like literally, and, and you just start feeling better. 1 (46s): So by the end of the first week, I dropped 11 pounds. 0 (50s): Hello and welcome to the get lean, eat clean podcast. I'm Brian grin. 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 podcast host and CEO of chemical free body.com. Tim James, we discussed Tim's core four secrets to health, the importance of purified restructured water, along with Kim's friends, ability to overcome cancer, the power of detoxing and gut health, colon hydrotherapy, and his experience with Hippocrates health clinic. 0 (1m 34s): This was an interesting interview with Tim. He showed a lot of insight as to how he went plant-based and how it helped him heal. And I think you'll get a lot of value out of this. So enjoy the podcast and thanks so much for listening. All right. Welcome to the Gatling, eat clean podcast. My name is Brian grin and I have CEO, founder of chemical free body.com. Tim James, welcome to the show. 1 (1m 59s): Hey Brian, thanks for having me today, brother. Appreciate it. 0 (2m 2s): Yeah. Where are you coming from Tim? I met they ass. 1 (2m 5s): Well, I'm originally from Eastern Oregon. That's kind of pretty much up in the mountains. Redneck, right now I live in Canby, which is about 35 minutes south of downtown Portland, Oregon. So the crazy town, I'm sure it is. 0 (2m 22s): I've been there once for I'm a big golfer, Bandon dunes. I don't know if you're familiar with damages. I'm sure you are. So I've been up that way once, but I'm sure it's beautiful. 1 (2m 33s): Well, yeah, Oregon is still beautiful, but you know, the city is not so much. It's like there's, it's, it's crazy dude. In the LA area every year, it's just getting worse and worse. We have, it's like it's the town of urine and feces and needles and masks and mandates and crazy organization running around carrying stuff down. There's there's garbage and trash in the streets. There's 10 people living in tents everywhere. Hmm. It is. It's really sad actually to be the city of roses. Now it's the city of, of, you know, corruption. And it's just obvious that, you know, things aren't working. We have a really bad infrastructure. It's been that way for a long time. 1 (3m 14s): And you know, infrastructure is the number one common denominator for public health. And it's not being really looked at that much by, you know, obviously people in power, otherwise they would've fixed it a long time ago. And a lot of people don't like to think about putting, I guess, putting money into infrastructure because it's a slow play. But the reality is, is that we've done it before in the late 18 hundreds, when we had urine and feces in the streets and the women's labor movement fought for that and got the plumber and the sanitation worker to clean all that stuff up and through that infrastructure, they eliminated by the mid forties, we had eliminated 97, 90 8% of all infectious diseases because we cleaned up the environment that we lived in. 1 (3m 54s): Right. So we have to kind of get back to that because the infrastructure today in the United States is like a D minus. We are heading into third world status. And the unfortunate thing that I found out is that, you know, even if the lawmakers pass an infrastructure bill, it takes 10 years to get it off the ground because of all the red tape and the corruption. So even, even other countries that we know are more corrupt like China or, or Canada, as an example, it only takes them two years to get a project off. So if somebody is like, oh, we're going to fix roads and bridges and the water system today, it's going to be 10 years before it gets off the ground. And then by 10 years we have more inflation and it's going to be twice the amount of cost to fix it plus LA. 1 (4m 35s): So we've got some major issues and I think that's why it's so important to have a, we take care of our own health, become our own doctor. We learned to self heal and then we United as working people and rise up again and get our freedoms back. 0 (4m 47s): Yeah. Well said, well for the people who haven't heard of you, I know you have a, your podcast host, which we're going to do. I'm going to come on your podcast in a few weeks here, but a health hero show it's called and maybe tell us a little bit about how you, your backstory and then how you, how you started the podcast and your company, chemical free body. 1 (5m 7s): Sure. Yeah. So, like I said, I grew up over in Eastern Oregon on a cattle and hay farm, pretty much redneck hunting and fishing. And my best friend was like a rodeo star, literally. And then I decided I decided to play baseball. It was like, should I do rodeo or baseball, rotor baseball. I elected to do baseball. Thank God. It's way safer. Actually had a friend of mine who broke his neck and became a paraplegic doing bareback riding. So, you know, it's a tough sport. Not that you can't get hurt in baseball, but I mean, it does hurt when somebody hits you with a 90 mile an hour fast ball in the back, don't get me wrong, but at least my back wasn't broken. So I did baseball, played baseball at high level for 30 years, considered myself an athlete. 1 (5m 48s): And you know, it was committed to my body and, you know, trying to perform well and doing everything I could to perform at higher levels to compete. And you know, but then after that, you know, fast forward to age 37, I was 42 pounds overweight. I had developed a huge patch of eczema in my knees. It was cracking and bleeding. Eventually that led to my elbows, elbows, getting it at another skin issue on my shoulder. That was just kind of weird. I had some doctors like inject it with like cortisone or something at eight it's like fat growing. It was a really weird, it's like bubbling up on my shoulder and then they ate it away. But then there was like a dent and then it was like a purple look to it, you know? And I'm like, okay, that's done. And then a few months later, three more of them popped up around it and I'm thinking, oh man, what if this stuff happens on my face, I'm freaked out because I don't like needles. 1 (6m 34s): And I don't like any of that stuff. And I who, I mean, who wants to get cut right? Or stabbed. Yeah. So anyway, that just kept getting worse. Then I got acid reflux really bad. I was eating Tums and Rolaids 24, 7 for years because of my acid reflux and GERD, whatever you want to call it. And then it got worse. And finally on a, well, then I started bleeding rectally. So for about two and a half years, every time I pooped the blood would come out, it would be followed by blood. So that's why my, those of you can't see us. They're just listening. My shirt says love when you poop, because it used to be a very painful experience for me. And once or twice a day, I had to go to the bathroom and on a scale of one to 10, one being enjoyable and 10 completely painful, I was a six or a seven on the pain scale. 1 (7m 19s): So it was a very painful process just to do a normal activity of daily living, just, you know, evacuate the bowels and, and then followed by blood. So I look at it and there's blood. I'm like, whoa, I hope that goes away. And then I just, you know, I went to the doctors, they want to be gone, priceless, act different medications. I never did those things because I just looked at them. They were really weird to me. I grew up on a farm. I was in nature. I was in the woods. We had a garden. I just, I don't know. it just sounded like an alien or something. Just weird stuff. I mean, I look at these bottles and pills and I couldn't even pronounce the stuff or you look it up and side-effects were 37 feet long. And I was like, you know what? I've already got enough problems. I don't want more problems. So luckily I stayed away from that stuff, but I didn't know how to fix myself. 1 (8m 1s): I was still lost and confused. And following along with the Hertz society and my parents and grandparents had done that. It was their fault. They're good folks. They love me, but they were just bought into the societal conditioning as well. So fast forward I'm on a plane flight, tend to prove with my wife on a vacation, just south of Ecuador. It's a place called tune bays. And I've doubled over in pain. Her dad was with me. He was a medical doctor that ran one of the largest clinics in Lima, Peru. And he said, we got to get you to the hospital. You need emergency surgery. I'm like what? I'm literally bent over at a 90 degree angle walking. I can't walk a wreck and we just missed the one plane flight out of that place by 30 minutes. 1 (8m 44s): And he's like, we can't wait. We have to get you. So they, we rented a van and in the middle of the night, I drove down this bumpy ass road, along the coastline, down to Peoria, along the coast of Peru. We went into this hospital there and I look up in the examination table and the lights above me and there's bugs flying around. I'm like going, oh man, I'm in trouble. Right. And I can't even use my health insurance down here. I paid into that sucker my whole life. And so he had him doped me up. I should have went into surgery, but he didn't want him to do surgery there because it was, you know, kind of a Podunk place. And, and he wanted me to go to his surgeons. So he had them dope me up. They threw me in a commercial plane flight, which you're not supposed to do. 1 (9m 25s): I flew into Lima and then took a taxi cab. And I got out of the taxi and they put me right on the gurney. He had everything set up and I went right into surgery and I spent the rest of my vacation in recovery. And then my wife wheelchair me back into the United States to come back on time with our tickets and everything. So what did I learn from that lesson? Well, number one, I don't ever want to get surgery again because I realized that my life was completely out of control. And, you know, thank God for the surgeons that, that did what they were able to do to save my ass. I literally, because you know, that's where surgery shines. You get shot with a gun. There's a crisis, critical stuff. Boom, man, the surgeons, they do an awesome job. 1 (10m 5s): It's the palliative care. It's for the, you know, the chronic stuff, the heart disease, the cancers, the diabetes, they, they just don't know what they're doing. Unfortunately, most of them that's been my experience in the last 11 years, helping, you know, over 600 people in a private one-on-one coaching setting and coaching thousands around the globe. So it just is what it is. Right? So from that, the other thing that I learned was that my poor health didn't affect just me. It affects everybody else around me. So I felt really bad because her dad was a medical doctor. He never had a vacation in 30 years. Like never, this was his first vacation. Or does he end up back in the hospital taking care of Tim because Tim didn't know how to take care of Tim. 1 (10m 46s): So now what happens right after that? A couple of years later, and I still don't know what to do. I'm still buying these books, high fat, low fat, high protein, low protein, high carb, low carb, five meals a day. I'm trying everything. Some times they work a little bit. It wouldn't. I tried juicing that felt good for 30 days, but then I stopped juicing. I was doing too much sugar like carrots and beets and that kind of stuff. I didn't know it. I just didn't have the education. So then my friend Charles gets chronic lymphocytic leukemia. This is like a blood cancer, supposedly incurable. This was like 2010. And the fall he gets diagnosed, he was just going in to get an insurance examination, to get some life insurance. And they're like, ah, sorry, we ain't giving you nothing. You got cancer. That was a wake-up call for him. 1 (11m 26s): And he dropped the bomb to me. And then to me, I was like, oh no, because my experience was in my life that you get cancer, you're toast. You, my grandma died of brain cancer. My aunt died of melanoma, skin cancer, and I believe lung cancer. And then my friend Calais a Hoya on my baseball team at age 40, he had actually diagnosed with stomach cancer and he was like six pack, eight pack, abs like an underwear model, very fit. But that took him down. We thought it was probably cause he chewed tobacco and it trickled down his esophagus into the stomach and, you know, give himself cancer from the, from the chewing tobacco. So that kind of made sense. But you know, bottom line was, is my, my, my life. 1 (12m 7s): What I experienced, if you get cancer, you die. So I was like really sad because this is good friend of mine. Our children had played together and Charles looked at me and he said, Hey man, I, they don't have anything for me except wait around and hope that they come up with a cure before I die. And at the end, they'll put me on some experimental drug and I don't want it. I I'm an entrepreneur. I like, I have to take my own destiny into my own hands. And so I'm going to try to heal myself. So I'm going to go to this place called the Hippocrates health Institute. It's in west Palm beach, Florida. They're an alternative natural detox nutrition clinic been around about 65 years. Originally started by a gal named Ann Wigmore who healed herself of stage four, colon cancer with herbs and grass juice and stuff like that. 1 (12m 51s): So he tells me about this and says, Hey, will you go with me to support me? I want to go this. I need your help. And I was like, dude, whatever you need. Like I was, I didn't even hear what he said, literally, except just I'm going here. And I want you to go with me to support me. And I'm like all in. I mean, he could have said, I'm going to the moon. I would have said, sure. Cause I want to support my buddy. But he was smart because he didn't tell me what it was going to be like. Don't we were on a plane flight there. He's like, oh yeah, by the way. So we're flying there. Literally January 1st, 2011, we fly into west Palm beach, Florida go to the pocket itself Institute and he says, oh Tim, by the way, there's no meat. There's no dairy. There's no salt. There's no sugar. 1 (13m 32s): There's no, there's nothing cooked over 115 degrees. There's no vinegar. And I'm like, what do you mean no meat? Like, I'm the redneck, like we hunted and fished the motto. Wasn't that flies. It dies. It's brown, it's down. We hunted chuckers and pheasants and duck and you know, and deer and elk and all this stuff. And I'm freaked out because my mind I'm conditioned to think that you absolutely have to have animal protein to live, to build muscle into, to thrive and to be a man. It was kind of woven into the fabric over there. So a little freaked out. But I continued on and obviously I was there with my friend and I focused on him. Hey, your friend's got cancer. It's quit worrying about meat. You've had salads before we used to have salad bar high school once a week. 1 (14m 12s): It had hamburger on it, but crumbles. But the rest of it was there and I like salads and fresh stuff anyway. So I was like, okay, forget about it. So what ended up happening was is we go there and day one, my acid reflux was gone, which was pretty cool. By day three, I wasn't feeling that good. I was actually going through a detox symptoms. Like they call it doing surgery without a knife. So what had happened was or hurts reaction. So they changed my environment. Okay. I went from the standard American diet to basically eating like a wild creature. They gave me purified, restructured water with lemon and lime juice in it. I had green juices twice a day, wheat grass shots, twice a day. 1 (14m 55s): Alkaline foods, sprouts, sprouted, nuts, sprouted seeds, sprouted, grain, sprouted beans, just lots of avocados, fresh vegetables, all organic, nothing processed, just all made with love and the kitchen there. And they have wonderful kitchen staff. And I was literally freaked out about the food, like literally, but you know, after, by Wednesday I couldn't even eat anything. I wasn't even hungry. And it blew my mind because I was like, how could I not be hungry? Because usually for me, I'm like a tape or man, it was like breakfast, lunch and dinner, breakfast, lunch, or dinner, whatever my kids didn't need. I'd finish their plate. My wife didn't need I'd finish her plate. And I had this insatiable appetite, but I didn't realize it was because the foods I was eating were so devoid of nutrients that my body was starving for nutrients on a cellular level and telling me to go eat meat, meat, and I was doing it, but there was, I could never satisfy my need on a cellular level for nutrition. 1 (15m 48s): Cause it just wasn't in the food years later, I found out that 85% of the nutrition's farmed out of the soil. And that's why we have to supplement today to replace that. So anyway, we go to this class on called internal awareness and this doctor comes out and he's like Jack and he's got fricking he's built dude. And he looked great. And the funny thing was is that people that worked there that had been there 10, 20 years, they looked about 10, 20 years younger than the rest of the population, their rates like this dude, I thought he was maybe 40. And he had just turned 50 that day. It was his birthday was Dr. Scott Josephson. His wife found out him and his wife were bodybuilders and he hadn't had meat in 10 years. So this is the first guy that shattered my whole thing about the meat myth. 1 (16m 29s): And I was just say, if your people are listening, I don't want you to shut down and turn off just because I'm not going to try to tell you, Hey, you can't eat meat for the rest of your life. That's I'm just telling you what happened when I went there. Okay. I was the hunting fishing dudes. So this was just a healing diet. I totally recommend it. You know, people can live just fine with a little bit of meat. It's just, people are eating too much of it. Right? So, and in the wrong combinations with food, right? So we go to this class and he starts showing us from the time we eat food until the time of excess the body, what happens, it was very educational. And the thing he was trying to impress on us is that the average person Brian has about six to 12 pounds of impacted fecal material lodged in the colon. 1 (17m 13s): And we have to get it out if we want to be well, because the colon is supposed to be a waste removal system, not a storage tank. And so I was just like, holy goodness. Like, I can't even believe that's the truth, but wow. I kind of make sense. And he was explaining why, and then he said, you, we want you guys to do tomorrow. You're you're going to log in and you're going to go do colon hydrotherapy. And then we'll show you. Then they actually had done that before. Yeah. Then they taught us how to do enemas. Like they were doing demos right there. They weren't actually inserting the tube and everything, but they were just kind of showing you laying on the side and how to do it. Because every room, everybody gets an enema bag when you get there. So you basically become your own body mechanic and they show you how to become your own doctor and start taking care of yourself. 1 (17m 59s): And you take the car, your body into the shop and you start cleaning up. The mess now is convincing as he was. And this healthiest, he look, there's still no way I was going to do the colon hydrotherapy thing. So for those listening, if you're not sure what that is because I wasn't, you sat on a tube, rectally and water gently goes in and out of your colon for about an hour and it cleans up your colon. And that's about the extent of it. If you go online and look it up, you're not going to, you're going to get scared tactics. Like it's gonna perforate your colon and all this stuff. People die. It's not the case. I answer all those questions actually in episode 38 of my show, when I had an act one certified instructor level, colon hydrotherapist Rebecca harder, AKA gastro girl. 0 (18m 37s): There's actually a place not too far from where I live outside Chicago here. I've I've I haven't been heard in years, but I did it a couple of times and I, yes, it was definitely a different experience, but not unpleasant. I would say, I would say, 1 (18m 50s): Yeah, well it can be a little, a little painful because of the gas and stuff. It's just cleaning up. You know, it's like, what's more painful, a little, little, some gas pains as you're cleaning out the engine or, you know, chemotherapy or open heart surgery, you know, it's just like, it just kind of makes sense. If the, if the truck isn't running right into the tractor isn't running, right, the engine is plugged up, you got to flush out the transmission fluid, flush out the engine, put good fuel in new spark plugs, new Newfield filter. And that's basically what we're doing at the Institute in to the human body. So I wasn't going to do the deal, this colon hydrotherapy thing, but he was smart. And he, so he showed us four videos, three videos of people on the standard American diet and one person. These virtual colonoscopies of somebody had been on Hippocrates lifestyle for quite a while. 1 (19m 32s): The first person was like a 24 year old female with thrush, which is like a yeast infection. I think she had, she had something else anyway, inside of her colon. It was all white and yellow and weird, just look nasty. Then they went to a 65 year old male with colon cancer and parasites, and it was all black and nasty in there. And, and white worms crawling around and the doctor turned around and said, Hey, over 50% of you have parasites and we're not talking about these tape worms, hookworms and pinworms, these bigger ones that you can see, there's microscopic parasites that live in your blood as well. And they're eating your food, drinking your drink, urinating and defecating in you and creating more acid in what should be an alkaline system. And then laying thousands and hundreds of thousands of eggs, having children in you. 1 (20m 14s): And I'm just like, what? So, and you know, this isn't a third world world affair, right? And the more densely populated area, the more it goes up. So if you know, somebody lives out in Podunk, nowhere town, you have a lower chance of having it than somebody that lives in New York because everybody's touching everything closer together. So anyway, so now I'm like, whoa, I'm kind of freaking out. And then a third one was like a 45 year old female with breast cancer and colon colitis or something. Her gut was jacked up. It was all black nasty in their roast. And then they went to the person they've been on the living food diet and the Hippocrates thing. And you could see the was pink and the blood vessels and everything was nice. There was brown waste matter in there, but the, the terrain Brian was completely different. 1 (20m 54s): And it was those virtual colonoscopy videos that, where it clicked for me that this is an inside job. This is an inside game. If I can change my internal terrain, I'm going to change how I look and I feel on, on the outside period. And I knew it. And so the next day I went and did my colon hydrotherapy thing. They weighed me, I did the one hour session. They weighed me again. I dropped 10 pounds of impacted fecal material in one, one hour session. And the record at that time in 2011, one lady had dropped 27 pounds of impacted fecal material in one colon hydrotherapy session. So whoa. So do I believe in it? Yeah. You should get that out. I mean, that lady had the site about a medium sized dog fall out of her butt full of waste, funk and nasty gunk and junk. 1 (21m 40s): So what are you those that are listening? How much do you have carrying around in there? I'm here to tell you if you're an intelligent person and intelligent system, you want to be smart about this and you want to clean that crap out of there. Like literally, and, and you just start feeling better. So by the end of the first week, I dropped 11 pounds. My energy shot through the roof. In fact, I looked at Charles and I said, Hey dude, do you feel as good as I do? I said, my arms are literally tingling with energy. My mental clarity is back. And I was, I was living in a fog dude for like years for it, just trudging my way through work and pounding coffees and just things, you know, steam, you know, drinks to kind of keep me going and, and just tired. And it was just like, I am back baby. 1 (22m 22s): I said, Charles, we've discovered the fountain of youth, man, this is freaking like, this is literally like, like you read about stories about the fountain of youth. I'm like, this is it. Like it's nature. It's like brick. I knew it. You know, I from I'm from, from Eastern Oregon and from the forest like this, I knew it. This is so cool. And I said, I can't believe this, but when I go home and we give up all meat, except for bacon, I'm going to join you in this quest. And you are going to heal yourself, a cancer brother. And he said, yeah, I think I am. And we came back, we followed the protocols within two and a half years. He had healed himself. His white blood cell count was back in the normal range. He was able to see a son graduate high school. And he went on to do father son weekend. And his son just sold him. A home, sends now a real estate agent. 1 (23m 3s): Pretty cool. And my buddy is still alive. He got into guitar. We started, we played guitar together from now time to time. And you know, I still have, and I was able to heal up all my problems too. And now share that this message with other folks. And 0 (23m 18s): This was in 1 (23m 18s): 2011, 11 was 0 (23m 22s): Now since then with the colon hydrotherapy. I'm curious, do you do this? Is this every, an annual thing every six months or 1 (23m 30s): Yeah. Yeah. I'll do it once or twice a year just for maintenance. But see what we've done is we've developed. We have a product that we brought over from India. My formulator, Dr. Scott, Treadway, you know, this, this is one of the issues like I healed myself. And one of the foundational things that I teach is you got to do these two green juices a day. They told us at the ticket home program, if you're not doing two green juices a day to flood the body with nutrients, for what's missing in the soul, you're not on the Hippocrates protocol, do not expect the same results. And I just, I just knew it rang true for me. So I came home and I did it because we have to replace that 85% of nutrients that's missing because most people are walking around Bryant on 15% fuel and they don't even know it, or they're taking multivitamins or something that are synthetic. 1 (24m 13s): The vitamin industry is really, it needs help, like big time. But so I stuck to that to green juice, a day thing, I kept moving forward. And then eventually we found this pro this there's this formula. We call it gut detox. And it's, it's three fruits. And they gently micro cleanse your small and large test and, and keep it clean. But without diarrhea and without pulling out your good bacteria, very important. And it has like 37 side benefits. It's a very balancing formula monitor product called gut deep detox called gut detox. And I know it's not the product 0 (24m 50s): Right behind you, 1 (24m 51s): Right? No, this is, this is green 85. This is our green juice replacement. And this is our, our turmeric 100 or anti-inflammatory formula. But yeah, gut detox. Cause I know, I mean, I'm pretty convincing on the colon hydrotherapy thing, but I know a lot of people start going to do it. I've been doing this long enough. I know there's people listening right now. They're like, I ain't doing that. I don't care what he says. So that's why we have that formula to help you do it over a 15 day period. They can take three capsules in the morning at night and very gently without having to run to the bathroom all the time, they can work. They can play, they can play sports, they can travel and they can do the detox as on the run basically and do it very gently. And so we've been doing that cause we have to clean up that pathway of elimination, that test and aligning the Tesla track, I believe is the driving engine of the body. 1 (25m 37s): And it's very important if it's plugged up to get it cleaned up. 0 (25m 43s): Gotcha. And, and since then, 2010, what's your diet like? 1 (25m 50s): Well, you know, for it works so well. I was actually, plant-based a hundred percent for the first eight and a half years. And then I decided, you know, through my research, I was like, well, and the reason why, you know, I, cause I was questioning everything. And I said, Dr. Clem and I was like, he was one of the directors there at the Institute. I told him, I said, Hey man, like I don't eat that crappy food. And the meats from the grocery stores, like we raise our own Hertford cattle. We don't squirt hormones and antibiotics into them. Like they do it a lot of these places and they put nitrates and nitrates into the meat. So I mean, people, most people don't know, but probably over 40% of the meat in a grocery store, if you were to walk in there and it didn't have nitrates or nitrites in it, the meat would be gray in color. 1 (26m 35s): Nobody in their right mind would pick up that beet need it. But you got about a 40% chance of the meat you're buying. Any grocery store is gray and it's just trick. They, you, you know, it's, it's a trick. So then they use it because they got to sell their stuff. So none of that crap. And I said, we hunt deer and elk and all that stuff. He said, well, Tim, where did the animals go eat at night? And I was like, well, they go into the farmer's fields. He's like, okay, do those farmers spray their crops? And I was like, well, yeah, some of them do. He said, even if they don't, there's a farmer 30 miles away that does. And there's this thing called wind and all these, these chemicals and you know, 74% of our fricking rain moderate today has glyphosate in it, which is a, it's like a digestive shutdown molecule, just tear. 1 (27m 22s): It's terrible on us. Yeah. It's Roundup. Right. And I sprayed that crap. My dad had me spray that crap on the weeds and stuff. We didn't know. So, you know, so all this stuff in there and he's like, you know, bioaccumulate, so every time that deer or elk takes a bite, all those toxins, they go in and they bioaccumulate in the fat and muscle tissue in the cells. They don't leave. So everything, every little bit of chemicals that animals ate in its life, when you take a bite of it, you're, you're getting it. So, and then in the sea, it's even worse because not only do you have the bioaccumulation per species, but you have the biomagnification as the larger creatures are eating up the food chain, you start the plankton, you work your way up to, you know, the salmon or the bluefin tuna. 1 (28m 3s): And those things are just loaded with toxins. So when it's unregulated, it's considered wild foods. They don't, they don't test that stuff. But I just tell people like, don't take my word for it. Type these three words into your browser. When you're done listening to this show today, umbilical cord, chemical umbilical cord chemical. And you'll see the studies that I've seen should go back to 2005, that every single child and young mother, when they test the umbilical cord blood, supposedly the healthiest people on the planet, they're finding 250 of the 400 toxic chemicals they were looking for in 180 cause cancer in humans and 212 cause developmental and brain disorders. This is very well-documented. So we are literally born polluted. And the older we are, the more time we've had to bioaccumulate these toxins in our blood fat and muscle tissue. 1 (28m 46s): So here at chemical free body, our mission is to bring awareness to this, be serious about it, not freak out about it, but learn where this crap is getting into your system. Stop it from coming in, use certain majors and products and things in lifestyle choices to get it out and keep it out. And you'd be surprised. People's immune systems, just, they, you know, you get the toxic chemicals out of your cells. You flood yourselves with the good stuff, the nutrition, and then you, and you eliminate stress. That is a recipe for getting your life back. And that's exactly what I did. And so I added meat back in for a little bit, just for maybe about a year to see how I'd feel. 1 (29m 28s): And, and I, I didn't feel as good having as much of it. So now what I'll do is I'm mostly plant-based, but you know, if you caught some salmon or smoked at yourself and gave me a piece, I might eat it. I might have, when we picked Shantrelle mushrooms or mushrooms and the seasons, I might make an omelet with them. I just don't freak out about it, but I'm mostly plant-based got it. 0 (29m 48s): And what would you say a typical protocol for someone that, you know, like you mentioned, maybe has eaten the standard American diet for the past 30 years and they want to sort of reclaim their health? 1 (30m 3s): Well, I would probably share with them our core four secrets, cause a lot of people that come to us, you know, they want to change things, but people are so busy today and they're so stressed out. It's hard for them to do things and remember to do them and keep doing them. So a lot of people are like, well, I want to change my diet. And that's, that's usually a big, heavy lift for a lot of people or they want to get into the gym and exercise. Well, it's kind of hard to do when you don't have the energy already. Right? Otherwise you'd already be there. So we don't tell them, I say, look, you're you, don't you, you're getting ahead of yourself. Don't worry about changing your food or your working or working out yet. You don't even have the foundation in place. So what we do is we teach the foundation, which is drink, you know, here it is core secret. Number one, drink half your body, weight, liquid ounces of purified, restructured water daily. 1 (30m 46s): So if you know, I just told you and shared with you guys that every child being born today is born polluted and it's getting worse, right? So our water, our water, our water needs cleaned up, right? There's water in pristine lakes, 1500 miles into the interior where they're the two and two and a half inch fish are turning into hermaphrodites. They have both male and female organs. Why? Because the high amounts of estrogen mimicking plastics in the water that is microplastics are so pervasive that they're disrupting hormonal imbalance, our hormonal balance in our system and other, the fishes and the amphibians. So we have to purify our water today, not filtered water, not like you know, out of your freaking refrigerator. 1 (31m 28s): You need a purification system. So the best thing to do is buy one. There are about 1500 to 2000 bucks and boom. Now you've got your body's mostly made of water. So it doesn't make sense to put the bad-ass water in your system. Yes. Now on the cheap, you can just buy gallon, glass jars and pack it in your local grocery store. We'll have at least single purified water. What's reverse osmosis, distillation, or one of those three models. And those will pull out about 90% of the contaminants. You can pack it for 25 to 44 cents a gallon. That's the cheap way to go. Now, if you're on city, tap water, you have to get your water restructured. Okay. This is not an option in my opinion. 1 (32m 10s): And we don't, this is not an option because when those high pressure pipes in the city and the water goes through those, it takes us malt, water clusters, and four or five a cluster and get some like 20, 25. They're like bowling balls, trying to go through a chain link fence, the bowling ball, being the water molecule, the chain link fence, your intestinal lining. So we want to restructure it and get them small, like sand. And when you throw sand against a chain-link fence, most of it goes through. I noticed a massive improvement in my health and my vitality, and I actually get high on water. Now once got my water restructured. And so what I do is I run mind through a triple purifier and then I run it through a machine that restructures it alkalizes it, which is great. And then it also charges it with molecular hydrogen. 1 (32m 51s): So I'm like high on water now. And this gal minutiae got me hooked up on it. I used to give email, but people can't spell the new show and they blow up our support line on it. So we created, if anybody's interested, if they want to get a water machine from the new shit, it's my purified water.com. So that's where I got mine, my purified water.com. We built a landing page for her, just so I didn't have to give out our email and follow up with a hundred people. But so that's number one. You want to get your water, right? Cause your body's mostly water and your colon needs it. This is why you have so much impact sequel materials because the colon is the first place. The body goes for water. 1 (33m 31s): If it needs it for the blood or lymphatic system or your brain. And we're literally smarter, like if, if we have more water, if we don't have enough water in our system, it could be the difference between finding our keys or hunting around for our keys for 10 to 15 minutes, literally lowers our IQ. Water's the lubricant of life. If you have joint pain inflammation in the body, it's water, it is just like pure goal. It is the lubricant of life. So I can't say enough about water and getting your water right. And if you're going to consume water today, tomorrow, next week, and next year let's get our water, right? Let's get it purified and restructured. And you can also be high on water. And when you get your water like that, you're actually going to get about eight to nine times more absorption of the nutrients that you're eating and that you're getting from supplementation. 1 (34m 14s): So it's a such a good thing to get your water, right? Core secret number and 90 again, 95% of people are not doing this. So we have a national crisis on our hands called cellular dehydration. All right. So hopefully I made a big point about that. Now, the next one's real easy core secret. Number two, less than 4% of the population is doing this. And that is chew your food until liquified. We have teeth for a reason or there to masticate and break our foods down. But more importantly, we have two ducks in our upper mouth and four ducks in the lower mouth, discrete these enzymes, amylase and lipase. These break down our start just in our fats. That's where digestion happens. It's in the gut, but it's preloaded in the mouth. So if you just inhale your food like Garfield, like I used to, you're not loading these necessary enzymes that are going to break the food down in the gut. 1 (34m 58s): And you're going to get fermentation and gut rot. You're going to be destroying your, those little hair-like structures in your, in your small intestine called VLI over time. Now once or twice, shoot me no big deal. But every day when you don't share your food, well, it's a big problem. So mama's right. We chew our food and Dr. Gabriel cousins, who's about 80 and can do 30 pull-ups medical doctor. He's super healthy. He said that when you masticate, you're actually stimulating Meridian points in your teeth and you can hold your hat on this one. You can, up-regulate your serotonin, your happy juice by up to 500%. So how many people are depressed today? Kind of bummed bad mood. 1 (35m 38s): And they're trying to buy serotonin's products or do things, just chew your frickin food and you'll get happier. Like it's you, your body is a natural serotonin making device. Basically. You just have to move your teeth. All right. And it's really important for Josh strength and stuff like that too. So, all right. Number three, avoid liquids with meals. This is a hard one. When you go to the restaurant, as the waiters and waitresses always want to give you, what would you like to drink? Would you like some water? Would you like this? Mine was like, spear, would you like some coffee? And cause they want to upsell you. And it all sounds good. But the reality is if you work that hard and you got your, you chewed really well and you flooded your food with these digestive enzymes, and then you drink the best purified re you know, restructured water or beer or wine, or apple juice or green juice or whatever. 1 (36m 25s): You're not going to dilute those digestive enzymes. How long should you wait? We recommend rule of thumb is stop drinking liquids about an hour before you eat. And then wait two hours after you're done eating and then drink a lot of liquids. Again, that's kind of the rule of thumb. And we've, you know, we've like I said, I've benchmark this on 600 people, less than 2% of the population is as doing this. So again, massive room of improvement and what's, it cost nothing. It doesn't cost nothing. Okay. Last one, we added this one later, of course, secret number four, less than 1% of the population is doing it. Would you agree, Brian? That we live in a stressed out world. 1 (37m 5s): Yeah. And before, you know, COVID all that stuff. It was still way stressed out. So the reality is, is we're in stress mode, even if you don't think you are. So when you sit down to eat, if your body is in fight or flight, even if you don't think you are, you probably are. You're your nervous system thinks that that saber tooth tiger is trying to get you when that happens. The blood leaves your organ systems to go to your extremities, your arms, legs, hands, and feet to fight or flight to run, to get out of there. And you're not going to digest your food well. So we recommend one to two minutes of breath work, and I don't care how you do it. Just take big breaths for a minute or two. It could be like this in, through the nose, pause at the top and then release out to the mouth. 1 (37m 51s): This is just an example, pause at the bottom with the youngest, completely empty and hold back in through the nose, suspend the breath and release out through the mouth. Just being grateful for your food, grateful for the people in your life, grateful for your opportunity to just create and design your life, manifest things and contribute and be grateful. Right? And just do that for like a minute or two. What you'll notice is that that blood will rush back into organ systems. Now you can digest your food work together better. Here's the other thing, if you're stressed out, you can use the same technique multiple times. During the day, you can do it in the car. 1 (38m 33s): At lunch breaks, you can go into the bathroom. Some people feel embarrassed for some reason to do breath work in front of other people, just go to the bathroom, go to the closet, go somewhere and just, just be mindful and just take a few deep breaths and detach, relax. And it's really important because stress is really killing us. And we get so caught up with trying to make ends meet and doing all this things and take care of kids and taking care of parents. And we put ourselves last and then tell a wheel falls off or in the hospital. We can't take care of anybody. So we really are about helping people to empower themselves, become their own doctor, learn how to self heal and take responsibility for every aspect of your life. Yeah. 0 (39m 12s): Big fan of those four principles. What would you say? I know we talked quite a bit about fasting on my podcast. How do you implement using fasting as a tool to help detoxify as well? 1 (39m 24s): Well, I will say this. I mean, I've shot episodes on it, on my podcast. When I, where I've gone into depth, one of the beginning episodes, fasting, intermittent, fasting and stuff. It's it's, we're genetically programmed. It's a fast, okay. So let's well, let's first address some, some concerns. Usually when you hear the word fasting, most people that have never experienced it. It's very foreign. It's very scary because it feels like you're coming from a place of lack and let's face it. I mean, we are all there's. We are using food as a dope, okay. Food. We have emotional stuff from childhood or relationships, finances work, all this stuff. 1 (40m 5s): And a lot of times people use the food to push these emotions down. So the thought of not having them as much scares people, so they never get started. But here here's the good news. Everybody listening to this has already fasting every day when you go to bed and you're sleeping, you're fasting. Okay. And then when you wake up, you eat breakfast break fast, right? Well, hopefully after we get done talking, you won't be breakfast anymore because I threw that out a long time ago. So when you break fast, you're breaking actually your body's natural detoxification process. So we recommend that you don't eat anything until Olafur after 11:00 AM. So your body has continues on with its natural detoxification process, pushing out toxins and garbage out of the body. 1 (40m 47s): That's why you wake up in the morning, get those clinkers in your eyes. Kind of get going again. Your body's pushing stuff out. So fasting is very important. We were, we've been nomadic people for a long time. We would follow the seasons. We would, you know, walk for find maybe the ancestors of spinach or cabbage in a meadow. We'd eat that monolithically, that one food. And then we would walk for two or three days. We went eat. We'd be looking for food again. And we would find maybe in the fall we find some berries or something like that. And we need that one food monolithically. But today what we do is we also have what's called improper food combining because you might have three or four different healthy foods. Maybe you've got a steak from Iowa and potatoes from Idaho, and you've got asparagus from Peru. 1 (41m 28s): And then you finish it off with some Haagen-Dazs ice cream, right? Well, those different foods require different enzymes and they digest at different speeds. And when you mix them together, a lot of times you're going to, you know, counterbalance these digestive enzymes and you know, you're going to go right back to fermentation and gut rut. So fasting is important. It's very important. So the first thing step that we do is not really technically fasting, but we have people replace breakfast with liquid nourishment. So we have them take our green 85 juice formula with water. If they are a little light-headed or something, then we'll have them mix it with a nut milk to give them a little bit more. 1 (42m 8s): And then it becomes a complete meal replacement. We, we, we really are really big proponents of sprouted, not milk rather than just spray because it increases the nutrition up to a hundred to 800% more nutrition just by sprouting that nut or seed or grain or bean, whatever you use to make that milk out of. So now if you're type two diabetic anorexic or bulimic, again, this is never a permission slip to not eat, to throw up, especially for, especially the type two diabetics. It can be very dangerous. So we would recommend those people go to a monolithic diet instead of like their regular breakfast. We would have them do just keenwah maybe put some cinnamon in it, some Stevia, or maybe, maybe a few berries in there, or maybe we'd have them do a green leafy salad. 1 (42m 55s): And then once they get, well, then they could eventually eliminate that too. Once they're off their Metformin or whatever other medications are taken, usually the type two diabetics were pretty good. They're like super monitors of their own blood sugars and stuff. I'm just curious. 0 (43m 8s): W what do you do with someone that maybe is sensitive to plants, the toxins that are in plants and how do you go about dealing with that? 1 (43m 19s): Who have you had people like that? 0 (43m 21s): Yeah, I mean, I've had people had skin conditions and get flare ups actually from some of the anti-nutrients that are in plants and, you know, especially if they're eating them raw. So obviously a lot back in the day, a lot of times, you know, fermentation and things like that, like you mentioned with the almonds, I mean, you know, as well, you know, the sprouting and things like that. 1 (43m 41s): Okay. I get it. All right. So what I would recommend in that situation is, well, first off, let's look at the reason why they're having those issues in the first place is from a chemical pollution building up on their body stress. And long-term nutrient deficiencies, whether it's pet allergies, seasonal allergies, or food allergies, which it sounds like that's the case. So the first thing they could do is they could go get a very comprehensive food sensitivity test or food allergy test and identify which foods they should or should not eat. I'll give you a perfect example. We had this pastor, his name was Jim he's up here in Vancouver, Washington. This was years ago. I was invited over to this church, meeting James and Carolyn Kimball, amazing people. 1 (44m 23s): I helped them help Carolyn heal herself, and they had just paid it forward. They started doing these, these plant-based dinners once a and they'd refer Jim to me and this other guy that had testicular cancer. I showed him what we did. They went home and did it, and they healed themselves. Well, Jim showed up to do a testimony and he said, you know, he healed himself like stomach cancer. Actually, the fast that I've ever seen was like a year and a half. So I was like, whoa. And he wasn't following the program a hundred percent, but he had a great attitude. He just had a wonderful attitude about he was going to heal. And he was just grateful. It just, just a great dude. But he, what was interesting. He said, not only did I heal myself a cancer, but he goes, I used to be for 30 years, I've been allergic 20 foods. 1 (45m 4s): He goes, I can eat all of those foods now with zero hour GS. Right? So he had rebuilt, he tore down his body that had been built with glue and paste, and he rebuilt it with brick and mortar. All right. So if somebody has sensitivities to plants, number one, you want to make sure that the pants are biological. They're not sprayed, and that's very important, but if you're allergic to certain plants, just get a, get a really comprehensive test and find out what you can eat can, can, and can't eat, go with that. And then, you know, down the road, as you build up your immune system, you could probably go back and, and, and reenter this into your life. 0 (45m 39s): Okay. And then H how do you implement protein for people who are mainly plant-based? Do you just do like the plant proteins, like pea protein and soybean and stuff, but although soy soy is probably not the best recommendation on 1 (45m 54s): Yeah. So I'm kind of, I don't know, I guess a pioneer on this, this thought process, because when I got home, I got, I was really into I'm like, oh God, cause I was still protein, protein, protein in my head. Cause I've been indoctrinated into that. So I got into the plant-based proteins. I try to find the best ones. And I looked into sprouted ones. I was looking into fermented ones. The problem with a lot of the proteins, even the plant-based ones is a lot of them have a lot of heavy metals in them. There was a lab down in Texas that tested like 23 of them or something like it was, I can't remember the number was like 15 or 14 and a half high, heavy metal contents and some other problems. So that was alarming. But besides that, let's just say it was a really good high quality. You find a good one. 1 (46m 35s): I am concerned about this. We don't produce, we don't promote protein powders anymore. I have a whole formula. I was going to build a protein powder and we were going to start selling it. And I know everybody buy it, but I can't in good conscious knowing what I know do it. So what do we see right now? What's been going on in the last five years, 10 years. What are the types of clinics that we're seeing pop up? Well, there's two that I noticed. Number one are fertility clinics because young couples are having a hard time getting pregnant, same problems, stress, chemical buildup, lack of nutrition. And we also have all these kidney dialysis clinics. I am a firm believer that the over-consumption of protein is wearing out people's kidneys. 1 (47m 16s): It's like when you eat all this protein all the time, it's like buying a rental car and flooring it and just going all over the place as fast as you can. You're overusing it. Now when two human beings and a lot of the reasons why we're taking this is because a lot of people think we need protein for muscle and we just needed to have strong bodies. Well, let's look at when do human beings put on the most muscle from the birth to the first year, we go from about seven pounds to 21 pounds. We triple in size, what should we be consuming? Mother's breast milk. What's the makeup of brothers met mothers breastfeed. It's about six to 8% high quality protein, but it's already in amino acid form. So it's pre digested. 1 (47m 56s): The fats are about six to 8%. They're already in fatty acids form and you've got about 80% complex carbohydrates. That's roughly what it is. So that, and then I went to Hippocrates and that's pretty much what it was there too. It was about that same matrix and they have people winning gold medals. They've actually had Olympic level athletes that they've helped and they've crushed it and won gold medals. Venus Williams is an example. You remember her that tennis gal that was, she was out of tennis because of lupus. And, you know, she was worth who knows 40 million bucks at the time or whatever. She had the best doctors in the planet. She ends up at the Hippocrates health Institute, same place that me and my buddy Charles went. And, and she was at Dr. 1 (48m 37s): Clemis desk. She says, why do I feel so good? Everything you're telling me to do is the exact opposite of what all these experts that I paid to tell me to do all over the place. And he said, that's why it works. So she came back, she implemented the stuff, the wheat, grass, living foods, all these things. And she won Wimbledon. I think she went and won a gold medal or something in the Olympics. And I'm still playing. So for prioritizing, you would say prioritizing, protein's not, not up there. It's not even a, it's not a thing. People forget things, man. It's like spinach is 19% protein, like chickpeas, garbanzo beans. It's made out of hummus. That's 25% protein. 1 (49m 18s): You know, blue-green algae. These are the highest at all of them. It's like 54%. I think green algaes are like, Perella that we have in our thing is like 50, 48, something like that. So it's not about how much protein you get. It's the quality. And it's, it's the cool thing is like the amino acids from plants and stuff like in our juice drink, it's already in amino acid form. So your body doesn't have to labor to convert. So all that energy it's converting proteins to amino acids and fats to fatty acids can now be used for your think, your activities of daily, living your hands, whatever you're doing. Right? So I just think there's an over-consumption of protein. All we have to do is look at the results. Kidney dialysis clinics are popping up all over the place and we need to lower it. 1 (50m 2s): And for those of you listening, want to build muscle. I'm the guy that's on the front of my homepage. David RC, CrossFit competitor owns CrossFit gym. He's a personal trainer. When what I have him do to gain muscle, we had him take his meat down and we had him drink green 85 was sprouted nut milk. It's the high quality fatty you want to build muscle. It's the high quality fatty acids that you need to build muscle combined with weight, resistance, exercise and good sleep. That's how you build muscle. 0 (50m 33s): All right. Wow. Well, we're hitting up on almost an, almost an hour here, so we could probably keep going for a long time, but Where's the best place for people to find you 1 (50m 48s): The best place is@chemicalfreebody.com on our website. And if people want to try our products, we have quite a few of them. So I always just tell people like go to the products tab, go down to savings, bundles. That way you can get a discount. We have, you know, you start jumpstart bundle. You wanna stick your toes in the water. If you want to go all in, do what I do. I do the total energy and detox bundle every month. That's my personal regimen. Plus I take the turmeric product and, or just pick a pick a bundle that fits your budget and your what resonates with you. And then it check out if they type in the code, get lean. Thanks to Brian here, get lean. You get an additional 5% off. So you can get a double discount and we have a double your money back guarantee on all of our products. 1 (51m 32s): If something doesn't work, just call us. We'll refund your money. We'll find a different product. Even if it's another company, we want you to wake up and feel good. Our products are just a very small part of the toolkit that we provide in our coaching program, our one-on-one stuff, and our group coaching community. And we would love to, we just want to help people get feel good, cause I know what it's like to wake up and not feel good and live in fear. And we don't want that. We want people to get empowered and, and learn how to, you know, heal themselves because once they do that, it's really awesome because they say, wow, they get that confidence. And that feeling, I did it myself. Like I don't need all these people and have to worry about it. Like I learned, I learned how my body works and I know what makes me feel good. And, and it's just, it's just really cool to be a part of those journeys. 0 (52m 17s): Awesome, Tim. Well, I appreciate you coming on the podcast and sharing, sharing some knowledge with us and yeah, you can, if you find it chemical free body.com, we'll put, we'll put some links in the show notes and, and then get leaned for that 5% discount. Awesome. I appreciate you coming on and yeah. Thanks again. 1 (52m 39s): Thanks Brian. And congratulations on your hundredth episode two, I heard you, you did over a hundred episodes. We just had our hundredth too. So I just thought, I know it's kind of a landmark to make it that far, most podcasters, you know, just don't they start and fizzle. So it's pretty cool that you've, you're obviously committed to doing what you're doing. I'm sure that the people listening to you are getting value and benefit, and I just want you to keep doing more of what you're doing, man and helping people. That's what we need. Thanks 0 (53m 6s): Tim. Yeah, you too. Appreciate it. Thanks for listening to the get lean eat clean podcast. I understand there are millions of other podcasts out there and you've chosen to listen to mine. And I appreciate that. Check out the show notes@briangrin.com for everything that was mentioned in this episode, feel free to subscribe to the podcast and share it with a friend or family member has looking to get their body back to what it once was. Thanks again, and have a great day.

Tim James

This week I interviewed podcast host, and CEO of chemicalfreebody.com, Tim James. We discussed Tim's core 4 secrets to health, the importance of purified, restructured water along with: - Tim's friends' ability to overcome cancer - Power of detoxing and gut health - Colon Hydrotherapy and his experience with Hippocrates Health Clinic!


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