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they did it because they were available in thirteen hundred different retaillocations in
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six different southeast asian countries
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that's how they did it
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that maybe the reason why you are not familiar with them because we're not in
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southeast asia now army separate etc
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i've never heard of them before
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but this award
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of the super brands awarded they've received
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let me give you an idea of how prestigious visitors
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by sharing with you some of the previous recipients of this award
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notable companies that maybe you've heard of like maybe ball weighing
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anybody ever mowing
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there we are
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what about sony anybody ever to sony
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buggin out tell me that everybody has a coca-cola now am i right
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a lazy writing about and i don't know what you'd like it or not but you know
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the brand name giving a superb river ward is the is synonymous with the super
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brand war that we receive
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now you understand a little bit more about the leadership of our company
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the founders of have been successful multiple times taking a company from
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creation and all the way to publicly traded status
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that's pretty significant isn't it
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how many people you know we've done that one time
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let alone multiple times and then even more times other companies that they
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didn't begin with creation but they did take them to the public treated stats as
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well
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the reason why share that with you is because
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they are paul if i do know when the time is right
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they are prepared to take this company
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to the public betrayed
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free trade is that it's and you can be a part of that journey in adventure of
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your life
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i'm looking for to that anybody else
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in their yard you're here at the very first super saturday
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now let's talk about the origin of lamina
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and how it got started back in nineteen twenty nine doctor john r davidson was a
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canadian dr
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and he founded by extracting
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the fluid from april report it during the middle of incubation
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he was able to make that substance
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and injected into patients that were terminally ill with cancer
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and bring them back to perfect help
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while
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take a look at you know what year i said what you are
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eighteen twenty nine
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has incredible
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i'm gonna show you a video
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about you know that's a newscast it's not the best high-definition quality
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video living warn you right now
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but don't look at it for the quality of the visual quality looking at it for
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what you're hearing which has seen
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and then imagine yourself
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being incredibly successful
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by marketing over eighty different products
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and shipping them over the southeast asia
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hitting the hundreds of millions of dollars mark
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and being able to be in a position to take action
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after watching this video
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there buddy ready
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and see the might sign
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and watch this video
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the
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or
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kore
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or
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powerful
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part for
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all okay
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walked out or
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ad
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laugh nominal
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actor
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harris or
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or around
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or
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or bohol
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or are
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bolbo
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called are
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are are all
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or
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all remarks
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ob gyn
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order
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or are
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or
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or house
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store
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actor hahaha
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at heart
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hahaha
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or not
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on
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can you imagine seeing that indian in a position
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to immediately spring into action to lock up the worldwide market you write
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about product
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lol
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that's the foresight of the founders of the company
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that's what they did
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and with this product because of what they did
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you don't know about it then you're here today
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and i'm taking it
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anybody else taken it
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about savings bernard
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takeoff
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well let me show you that big trip in the creation of lab nine the scientists
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have now confirmed that on exactly than ninety days
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of the incubation
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or the fertilized a b on eighty contains all the necessary elements
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necessary for the eighty on life the bird
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however
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what we do is taken the at the very precise moment we extract is highly
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potent issue
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and read and combined it with the marine and the final nutrients
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to then have all these tend to let me know admit the theory for human life
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now do you understand why we say our source
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it is
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the miracle of life
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she's right in that process
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with the incubated a
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that nine days
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before is not all there
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and if you wait too long
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it's a chicken
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bulgaria
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so i mean is very critical budget agreement
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all right
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so that's what they found through science put they sit now scientists know
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everything
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they don't do that
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observed on the side as as as all of you know we now have discovered everything
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no in fact
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let me tell you in nineteen twenty nine this was working
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and they didn't even know why then
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we still don't know all the reasons why all share with you more
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let's talk about the twenty two amino acids what army lasted
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they are the critical of the life protein building blocks
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abadi requires a money daily basis
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how often
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daily
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everyday just like food and water
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do you
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bring that up for air today that you will need to wait a dying breed in the
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hall kyun ho ho ho
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you hated every day about those you
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just like the amino acid on a daily basis
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and the amino acids are we're joined together to make proteins in our body
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how many one protein to how about two million different proteins in the human
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body
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over two million different ones
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all from the twenty two amino acids now proteins are used
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to make up our muscles are tendons are organs are plans are hair
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and this is important
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the growth and maintenance and repair of poll of ourselves
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propaganda
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how often
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and next to water proteins make up the greatest portion of our body weight how
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many people do that before right now
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we know it was the protein
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we know we have amino acids
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which how much do we know about amino acids
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well we know summary central and southern nonessential
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so which ones are which
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i don't know
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are you sure you're getting the essential ones
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i don't know
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let me give you an ideal
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of how to understand the difference between east-central and nonessential
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is the word right there diets
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you have to keep the essential ones
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but not is that what you don't have to keep
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who share with you why
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because the bodies into ones can be manufactured by our bodies
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if they have the center ones
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using colors to explain this
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if there were colors for the amino acids of what was yellow one war was blue
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these involve the east-central amino acids
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why because you have to eat them
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but your body will take a yellow and a blue one and it will make the
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green-line
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that's the non-essential amino acid
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does that help anybody understand that process and why
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what if we give a body all twenty two didn't help that out
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that's what we do eleven and we give all twenty two essential and i mean sensual
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we supply them everyday
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that may be
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the explanation for some of the incredible testimonies that you're
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hearing
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now this is a list of all of the body functions that do not
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used amino acids okay
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and i'd like everyone to memorize is list today for me okay
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are you reading
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that's it
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do
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that that's the best
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that was what do you know i was in it
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as a i had a but does any of that it is left blank intentionally some people
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didn't they are all what happened those live presentation right
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its intention level a we needed for everything
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everything
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i make a list of just a few amino acids aren't necessary
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in our bodies on a daily basis to build muscle
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repair our organs
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our heart and liver anchors regulator hormones in our immune system our hair
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skin nails the testosterone our blood inside
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how about weight loss
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and memory loss
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how about that norrell transmitters in our brain
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thought process
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cognitive yes
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although this is
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fall used on a daily basis
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some people can read this and see it may get the picture
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other people
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really need a picture
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self educativos
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all right
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mezzanine picture showing you all the different amino acids of what they use
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for specifically of our body
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which one do you want to be without
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i want to be without it you know
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decision idea what we talked about with amino acids
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to find out more information about him you know i think you can do a google
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search on the lasted
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and it will show you
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how many
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thirty-five
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million results
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and we're going to go over every one of them today
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cat
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no not really important
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that when they are good for me to go down
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because that's not good
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certainly gives you an idea that there's a lot of information out there about
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amino acids and how critically important he really are
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but is pretty easy to determine whether you're running a little short and
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efficient in amino acids
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this is how simple it is
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mood swings and depression
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isn't one mary i mean does anyone know anyone
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who is outwards from
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mood swings and depression
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uh...
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provide
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the sample make it
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popup anxiety and no business
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resale are high about insomnia
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tossing and turning they can't sleep
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you'll know has a right next to you then you can see it now either
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that's an indicator of deficiency
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well rob chronic t
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chronic pain
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problems are pretty serious things
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how bout muscular weakness
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blossoming body tissue
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maybe because you have muscular weakness because your chronic pain than you do
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directing can sleep in university dot was going
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that might be one of the reasons
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obviously all the all kind of work together synergistically
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what i did inability to live body fat and weight gain
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digestive disorders
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here i know anybody with digestive biscuits
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about impaired healing the wounds that could be pretty serious if you know
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someone
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they're trying to heal the wound don't know why
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that definitely makes them more susceptible to infection does it
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and what about dr brutal
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here steve bales
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this what used to get separate
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on our blood sugar blood pressure
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you know anyone
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who's suffering from blood pressure sugar issue
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maybe maybe
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assert them of on the last deficiency
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here's a list of thirty
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that's not the end of it
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i'd just want to pick out a few of them
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but let's see if i get every hand raised or not
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you know somebody who have one of those are more
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and that are they had the wrong here today with
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naja
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is that maybe you in
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or even if they're not you're here for them now aren't you
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remember their name right down the name that comes to you were talking
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you can get back to them afterward
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that even a slight it doesn't have to be total
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deficiency justice like protein deficiency
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may explain the academic performance
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also one of the poor performance
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and could also have an effect on the mood in cognition
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as children it can affect and and as they are
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wrote before children
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continued
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and especially in boys this is according to bob lanier
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he's a gesture of college professor
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my wife likes to point out the especially boys park okay
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online service 'cause we have was wondering about
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we know
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it is especially boys because we have so much more muscles right guys
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yeah that's what
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as though my wife said
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what about the weakest link
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c you don't have to be real deficient in one
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failure to obtain a daf art even one of the eight essential amino acids
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instead vegetation or mine
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submit
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you would say it is as strong as the week usually yes or no
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i've never heard that your body is as strong as the weakest amino acid
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uh...
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uses did that's right
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let's use this
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graph of colors
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showing different colors representing different me no assets
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notice how they're all the different
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varying levels because we didn't even know which ones we really know how much
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right
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whenever we that's what we'll
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would be represented
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when n adequate amal
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is not supply
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disease will result
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is that might rizal
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or will result
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that's a direct quote way
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and whichever amino acids that we are lacking in will set the bar
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for the body's use of the other amino acids
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can you see that this is the level that your body's forty at on all cylinders
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what about up here
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uh... scooby doo dot video
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this is something
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and sometimes one particular ingredient nutria divide amendment meeting lasted
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will help somebody with their government but that doesn't help you
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why is that i don't know
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i'm not a doctor
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but maybe it's because that when you have plenty of and they were shorter
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and to raise the bar for them but he didn't do anything for you
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it doesn't do a lot of good to keep that one of all the way off the charts under
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this is the picture to show
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that our body requires
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the synergy of all the amino acid working together
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inorder beautiful music
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let's talk about depression for a moment
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depression and amino acids
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it's real simple the amino acids help in the serotonin levels
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and it's real using to determine whether or not there
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offer you the indicator
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it's right there
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when you're low
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that's when you get depressed and when you have sufficient
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and your high enough
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that this is how you indicate
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in israel several
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are indicators are right in front of our faith our right
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everyone
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now the world health organization in july dot
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uh... two thousand and eleven
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how long does that
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two months ago zipper too much about the press
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and the world health organization says that nineteen point two percent
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of the u_s_ population
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is depressed
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i've had some people argue with me afterwards if u along he was
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it's nineteen point two owner difference
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the other email sent other depressed ones
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how many would almost agree with that
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elise didn't do a world of france
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you my word for it
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now the nineteen point two percent is high enough
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like this
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if the leading ha of disability worldwide not just the united states
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and not only adults but that number one disability for children
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our future
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you're depressed
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that's depressing isn't it
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really
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aren't they
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they should have although hoping
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and happiness ready they're not going to have the stresses of us
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how many of you know people
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that have children suffering from depression
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this baby the reason why you're here for them today
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what do you do if you do you had went into the future
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was the press
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or the doctor right
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what does the doctor have for you
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there we go
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take a look now this article is our guest up
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novella along with those that
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and it says that the anti-depressants are the most popular prescription
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medication in the united states of america
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that number one prescription
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is anti-depressants
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this is the article i pulled out just a couple of xserve writer stephen miller
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says that
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he has prescribing more anti-depressants and i ever thought i ever will
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as an indication
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of an epidemic
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if you're depressed and you go to die
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and he gives you an anti-depressant
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last fall
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but do you know what the number one
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scientific
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the most common side effect of sexual dysfunction
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i don't know about you but if i was depressed
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another took and add that the president
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and that he was actually the functional can access
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that's not holiday
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uh... how bout you
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so we can
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uh... it is a vicious cycle that you read
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but leaving israel seriously because law firms are encouraging women to look into
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the study that was done in finland
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and it says that there is
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a risk
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a birth defect you may be small
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would you want to take the risk of birth defect
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and sexual dysfunction
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should not be depressed
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if there was an alternative if there was
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and say
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all-natural
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alternative
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would you want to try it for
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some people even try it with
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lets show this study
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this is actually a clinical study on depression
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and i'm only going to read the ball
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it says the effects of the proper fertilized a on depression
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this is the abstract
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a twelve-week double-blind placebo-controlled study
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will drop down here too
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the treatment group showed a significant improvement in depression
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whereas the placebo group showed can you read that for me
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known significant change
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the results are this study indicates that the for life eight mater
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as and antidepressant effect
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and maybe an alternative or acting on
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to anti-depressant medications
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for some patients
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would you like to know if you're one of the some patients
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yahoo the only one way to find out
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yesterday
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that's right
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does take it
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sleep requirements
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according to that doctors
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web and b
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and august of two thousand love them are selling used up hot off the press
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miterrand used up the easily validate and verify
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absolutely
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they stated as a child unit about sixteen hours of sleep in as a teenager
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more like about nine
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and as an adult about seven victory
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how many of us are gaining seven eight hours of
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flawlessly
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maybe some of those are closer to the five ten okay
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trying to get to sleep acid intern
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was sleep disorders have a number
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of consequences and this is wonderful
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right number of the day what has to be
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was all about
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i don't know whether it's because we didn't get a good night's sleep before
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whether your scarf down that pizza and soda okay
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it could've been a combination of a few days right
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but we do know that our kids have fallen asleep in class on
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at right
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and they had unit
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hampers their memory
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memory problem and the depression that we talked about weakening of our new
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system which makes us more susceptible to
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is sickness and disease
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and also increases the perception
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this is the courting
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webmd
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this chart shows us
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when falling asleep fills the easy
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this is when your in class
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this is when your at work
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and this is what your it
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but around buat
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that says that one one without that everything you know that other review
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now let's talk about some serious side effects of
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sleep deprivation
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we all know
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there are accidents
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because of it the national highway traffic safety administration says fifty
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six thousand motor vehicle accidents a year
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resulting in fifteen
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hundred paths
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and how many injured
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year in only three hundred sixty five days and why because the sleep
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deprivation
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it can be serious
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now let's talk a lot of clinical studies i'd already showed you the one about
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depression that really could be enough to end
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if that's all this
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little kilby
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it could be in the entire market
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the number one
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prescribed
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medication
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and this is an alternate
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what we've been ten clinical studies
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and a show that the regular use of land and i and how old
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it elevating the serotonin levels sensitive personal info
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but it also goes on to say that it reduces stress
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and the other studies say that there's a more restful
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uh... saly as well
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and would build in the college in in our help your stamina as i go down this list
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doesn't look anything familiar like maybe the one i showed you at the
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beginning
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because we have clinical studies
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backup
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the first latitude
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with the list of things
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that you mean
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interested
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what we all agree that if you increase will be bill that's one of the best ways
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to burn fat
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clinical studies does that is here
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reggae
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now it doesn't matter which one
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of these
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eighteen different things is the first one you experience
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how many of you are experiencing more than one
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first into this one and then is that when i don't know which one is going to
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be your first
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but believe me if the merry-go-round and you can get on anywhere you want
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and you can experience the mall
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if you try
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now the results that we were getting were better than expected so much better
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than expected that the founders of the company
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asked this question y
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are the results better than expected and they didn't have the answer
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so they went to a doctor
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doctored user
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with a chemical engineer and he said uh... you provide us with the answer
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it was about over a thousand pages
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okay
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that's a long answer i'm gonna show you one of the key things
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one of the key things that he brought out with a five-probe last growth factor
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of the white on those empty house
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in found in lab
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let's talk a little bit more about that this is one of the most exciting parts
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amont laminate what it can do
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and what fibroblast growth factors do
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he told us this lol being quoted from doctors user
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that it is that
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uh... substance that is abundant and found in the placenta
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that's where we're being treated ourself
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and they were born and we cut the cord
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is no longer found
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in the building human body
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or our diet
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we lived on it for nine months while we are being created
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file about growth factors were first found and discovered in the seventies
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when the pro embryonic stem cells
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remember when i asked do you think scientists know everything now
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those same fiber while growth factors working in the same eggs in nineteen
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twenty nine
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they didn't even know about them until the seventies
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because we're learning more and more everyday
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but it was in there wasn't
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now believe the v fibroblast growth factors lead the way for the amino acids
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what they do
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it decided right now take the fibroblast growth factors and they injected
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remember in nineteen twenty nine he said he was injecting this
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into his patients
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in a target area of the body and that's how they were obtained the results and
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research this
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cheryl a bit more about how one
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uh... monthly they've done that
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what might work for a fact of the one the simple bases
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if it is like bring in the architect of a job site
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okay when you're building a bridge if you have the architect on location and
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he was the one
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that was instructing the workers
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carrying the bricks and telling them where to place them to be motivation do
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you think the rate could turn out we'll do it
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a lot better than if it wasn't there
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what doctor jews are says it doesn't look lateral lateral factors do
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is the lead the way
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they pulled in the amino acids as they need them and place them where they
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serve best
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that's when the key factors
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fibroblast growth factors
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feed the brain stem cells and nourished brain stem cells multiply
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uh... owns themselves
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multiply
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and the fibroblast growth factor has been
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repair or destroy mutant gene
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wasn't me
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wheezing and ability to determine whether it's repairable
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or here that needs to be destroyed
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they determine
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then and and this is especially in huntington's disease patients and all
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time
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and yet you have
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they tell the stem cells
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gold
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he that
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uh... nor on gene and take back the function
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isn't that amazing
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repairing
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that's regeneration
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what fibroblast growth factors do with the amino acids
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and this is a huge ki
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not with just the meal answers that we have in this old capsule
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but in all the meal after the new one
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realize all the resources available to them
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to repair
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destroy mutant genes so that they could be bill help
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fibroblast growth factors do
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s_t_s_
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they've been reconnecting the brain neurons in helping with stroke
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recovery
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humbug dementia
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anyone that you love let you know
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suffered from the major are all time
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anybody have a child and those who was a iowa optimism
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for dole
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about schizophrenia or obsessive-compulsive disor
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all of these things dealing with the brain neurons
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they found incredible results and back
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was explaining these testimonials and we've been getting
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over and over we've got one for you today
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you don't need to see
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strength on the cardinal pauline chair this one
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would be a great
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previous research as i mentioned was through injections
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we're not talking about any injections here today we're talking about digestion
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so the question that some people would have it
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canada fibroblast growth factor survived the stomach acid
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through that process of our body
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and arrive at the destination where they need to be
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inform to me
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and be able to do what they're
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uh... be available to do what they need to do
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what we know is that apparently the critically balanced fibroblast growth
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factors
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amino acids in our product lamb and i'm naturally have what everett takes
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because the results are in the testimonials now
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is in that the truth
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whether they could explain it or not
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when you saw that little boy in nineteen twenty nine they had cancer went back
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perfect health
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he didn't have to
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understand this
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benefit from it did
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but it was work and then and it's working now testimonials prove it
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we'll bring it back to doctor juicer and remind you that he said it was abundant
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in the placenta
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at the time of birth however not found a needle human body and not founded on a
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diet
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he made a statement and he said larry that is the only
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no
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food source
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of f_d_r_'s
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to supplement our daily diet and received this life-changing
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identified
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the fibroblast growth factor is number two
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there were twenty album and i just read an article last week they may have found
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the twenty first
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fibroblast growth factor
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so they're still discovering more
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fibroblast growth factor
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now let's confirm what he said on google happening you when you hear something
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that incredible you want to do it
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might get a lot
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see i want to google that if you're telling me it's the all
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reno stores
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yeah so i would like to google i've liked it and it doesn't what i did
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i've put in
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fibroblast growth hyper the f_d_a_ outfit backup f_d_a_ at his wife lydia
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and it came back with six million nine hundred thousand results
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i'm like wait a minute
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what is the only one there's six million nine hundred results
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went back through to get all of
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you can buy five about growth factor
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but it's in the scientific form for injection
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not to
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so that is that all the way that he said the food source
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so that you put in
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at the end of two food source and it leads to
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noel results found fault is right
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while all
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hole
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grewal didn't know more about this
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and i do
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that's the way i spell opportunity
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of any
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now
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irons wallowing and they don't even know more about it
35:59
how fourteen argue really today
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how fortune or we we have
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the worldwide marketing rights to this product is patented
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in thirteen countries
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and we got it
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henry mobility nobody
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all of this
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there is no other food source just exactly what doctor jews or said
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the bottom line
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whip therefore avion eight providing the foundation
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we've created
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that dr four related
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dollars four
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alanine
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it takes the synergy
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or all anywhere
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all the vitamins the minerals and as i mentioned fibroblast growth factors
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and you think there might be all whole bunch of other things in there that we
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haven't even discovered yet
36:53
it takes theater diem all that working together
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to create perfect help
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and this can all would be obtained with our unique proprietary patented
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online
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no one else has it according to go
37:10
and no one else where abroad are going on
37:18
that is another way to spell opportunity
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and
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it comes in many forms
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both aliquot about mind's telling
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we don't want your mind
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answers
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we want
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reporters ma
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effective date eleven nine
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you're not smiling back there
37:43
you will get your money back
37:45
as a hot peppers at money-back guarantee if you don't fall in love overlap
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you can
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that sample
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that is that after you consumed
37:56
well yeah
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held within the governor
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uh...
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you tell us it didn't work for you to give it a try
38:04
and would you be back in my
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and so simple
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is that the way you would want
38:09
someone to work with you
38:10
that's where i wouldn't want someone to work with me
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if it didn't work
38:16
so i shared with you the secret
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we won't cover it
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islamic folks
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many of your renewal monit thank you all retaking
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we want your review how it is that we're going to blow belief and his company
38:29
we already have can clinical studies
38:32
do we need another clinical study
38:35
we already have a lot to testimonials and we want more we what yours
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apparent
38:40
but let me ask you questions
38:42
if we get another clinical study
38:45
or if you read another testimonial
38:47
is that what you need
38:48
to know
38:51
i can read everybody's mind is a you know
38:58
what do you think
39:02
you thinking
39:03
will this work for me
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pretty good and i
39:08
hig
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i know you're thinking about what this work for me
39:13
you know i noticed when i thought
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i want to know
39:17
would this work for me
39:18
so what they were going to do how many find out
39:21
because really that's all that matters is it
39:25
so we said truck
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he said that the only way
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how was it you know there's nobody else like you in this world on this planet
39:33
not even identical twins are the same
39:36
they all have
39:37
ten
39:38
different fingerprints
39:42
nobody feels like you
39:45
we've taken out the risk
39:47
when we showed you that is
39:48
f_d_a_-approved as grass generally regarded as safe
39:51
we take out the financial risk is a hundred percent money-back guarantee
39:55
there's only one way you're going to know
39:59
and what if it does work for you
40:03
when he got one too if you listen to that list
40:07
got a question for you
40:09
what would you do if it does work for you
40:14
we did give it to yourself
40:16
or would you tell everyone
40:19
or would you please tell
40:21
al-mahdi
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maybe at least two people did you look paramount
40:27
how many would sell
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him about it
40:31
i gave her an audit of the leaders
40:34
how do we tell him he's the ones you love
40:38
the laws of the builders
40:40
although there that only top plant this afternoon there to see how you can be
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compensated for raising your hand right now
40:47
what did you get least l one body
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or maybe two buddies
40:54
does he have at least two people you love and care about
40:59
if you do
41:00
we want you to invite them to join you in the u into lemon and buddies day
41:08
that's right
41:09
would do our own studies
41:11
how does it work
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well when i got to know whether works for them unless they try when i don't
41:16
know what works for us was we try it
41:18
so we invite them to check out laminar
41:21
check out the company check out the product
41:23
we ask you to check up on yourself you have to go the doctor
41:26
and check in with me once a week
41:29
that way we can discuss what we are benefiting from
41:32
and at the end of the barber image and one of the other it's either going to
41:35
pass or is going to fail after thirty days
41:39
if it passes is because you've got a benefit from that i'm
41:43
and you also have a business opportunity if you'd like
41:46
but if it fails to get a honda brasilia money-back guarantee and now you know
41:51
it didn't work for you
41:52
is that pretty simple to call
41:55
too right
41:56
and ask them to participate in the u antibodies that
41:59
if you could do that in your raise my hearing and for me again
42:03
and those of the u_n_ to buy these studies
42:05
that's how we're going to expand this company globally
42:08
we're all going to trial and i think the other
42:11
that will convince the time for expansion
42:14
so we've created this site
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and on this site
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you type in why i want to trial aman i dot com
42:22
what's the site
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how easy is that
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so simple you jack i did in on this site you will see at the top here
42:33
there's a list of icons
42:35
in each of these icons are explained
42:37
the first one talks about the fact that the trusted friend
42:40
invited you to check it out the second one talked about the company being
42:44
around since two thousand one for ten years
42:47
the third one right down here when you pick that this is the canadian t_v_ news
42:52
and look what pops up
42:54
and they can play that news clip twenty four seven and see what you saw today
43:00
do you think that might help them decide
43:03
that they want to be a part of your u_n_ too but he's dead
43:07
well if that isn't enough to go on down here and have them read the testimonials
43:11
that is the reagan invaded a deteriorated because they are long
43:14
because these people are realizing
43:17
if you read that water depth or delays because you're happy
43:21
they got to go down here to the doctors report aliasing back again here
43:25
our video explaining it to you so you understand even more so you realize his
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doctor recommended doctor formulated doctor tested with double-blind
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placebo-controlled studies over here
43:36
that might be giving the convinces them maybe is a thirty day money-back
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guarantee
43:40
but if you need everything that we went over in this slide presentation right
43:44
here at the second one to the bottom has this powerpoint presentation uploaded
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twenty four seven
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you can click through yourself and read his life
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thank you
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it
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his dad
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and then the very last won the bottom line is we did you want me with the
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bodies that he and explained it to my care
44:08
how simple it is they can print this out wherever they live new york florida
44:12
hawaii wherever they are they can print it out
44:14
double check on it
44:16
at the next page here's what we recommend
44:18
this is the suggested dosage and i'll explain today why
44:22
and investors physical mental
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uh... physical medical and mental observations of that there
44:29
classifications and then down here detailed notes of what you realize
44:34
now you can go through this
44:36
and you can read a number of things
44:38
you will not find in you are gray hair turning black on this list okay
44:44
but that's what it did for me
44:46
i've got gray hairs
44:48
that are beyond black
44:49
okay
44:50
now here's the deal
44:52
i didn t know will come there were i just didn't look for a while
44:56
act
44:57
house happy with her and i had no problem with brett
45:01
but they started changing colorado
45:05
i don't think about what the doctors had knock-knock israeli are going back
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the first time the cancer
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i'm not worried about it
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i'm amazed about it
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because to me this is my personal opinion

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