The Good Vibe Tribe

Dr Peter Dingle - Fix your Gut!

April 03, 2020 Rob & Greg Season 1 Episode 1
The Good Vibe Tribe
Dr Peter Dingle - Fix your Gut!
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The Good Vibe Tribe
Dr Peter Dingle - Fix your Gut!
Apr 03, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
Rob & Greg

In our first edition of The Good Vibe Tribe, we're joined by Dr Peter Dingle.  Nobody knows health and wellness like Dr Peter Dingle, Australia’s most engaging and innovative thought leader on the topics of health, wellness and the environment.

We're currently amidst a time in history, which has never been experienced by most living people on earth, that is the Pandemic of COVID-19.  We discuss how people in isolation can better take care of themselves, what food choices they can make, and also delve into some gut science, to better understand what an important role our gut biome play's in our overall wellness.

A little more about Peter.

“Dr Dingle has spent the past 30 years as a researcher, educator, communicator and author. Formerly an associate professor at Murdoch University, Dr D has written more than a 15 books on living well. 

Blending motivation and humour, Dr Dingle regularly appears on state and national media. He was the presenter on the award-winning SBS program, “Is Your House Killing You?” and appeared regularly on ABC’s “Can We Help?” Dr Dingle is also the grandfather of the acclaimed “Living Smart” program.

Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thegoodvibegroup/)

Show Notes Transcript

In our first edition of The Good Vibe Tribe, we're joined by Dr Peter Dingle.  Nobody knows health and wellness like Dr Peter Dingle, Australia’s most engaging and innovative thought leader on the topics of health, wellness and the environment.

We're currently amidst a time in history, which has never been experienced by most living people on earth, that is the Pandemic of COVID-19.  We discuss how people in isolation can better take care of themselves, what food choices they can make, and also delve into some gut science, to better understand what an important role our gut biome play's in our overall wellness.

A little more about Peter.

“Dr Dingle has spent the past 30 years as a researcher, educator, communicator and author. Formerly an associate professor at Murdoch University, Dr D has written more than a 15 books on living well. 

Blending motivation and humour, Dr Dingle regularly appears on state and national media. He was the presenter on the award-winning SBS program, “Is Your House Killing You?” and appeared regularly on ABC’s “Can We Help?” Dr Dingle is also the grandfather of the acclaimed “Living Smart” program.

Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/groups/thegoodvibegroup/)

spk_1:   0:00
Welcome to the good vibe. Trying a podcast filled with inspiring storeys from inspiring people helping old stay positive, healthy and happy. Your hosts a rob white and green Kohler founders a 50 food co fade your body and your mind with good, happy

spk_2:   0:18
vibes. Good afternoon, Peter. How are you?

spk_0:   0:24
I'm very well, guys, but I have to bay. You have Teo Good. The good health guy. You see friends and

spk_2:   0:32
family and pull their customers and supporters of hippie food company and the good fight tribe. We're joined today with Dr Peter Dingle. A lot of the people listening to this. We already know a lot of the work you've done and doing. Peter, if you just had maybe just 2030 seconds give. People are quick overview of what you're what you're passionate about on DH, what's really brought you to where you are today. That's okay.

spk_0:   0:58
And you want that in 20 or 30 seconds? Okay, look, look, I'm passionate about health, a common sense, and you know, a really holistic approach to it. I I'm driven because I'm sick of seeing people sick and getting sicker. Our medical system is fraught. Everybody knows it's broken and I want to fix it. And to do that I've been a researcher in the area of health and the environment. So I bring in this kind of broad picture in the health and well being. And I was an academic. It Murdoch, for 21 years. I retired 11 years ago, is an associate professor way travel around the country now running talks on gut health are being doing got held talks for 20 years, on and off. I think you guys won't solve one of my early to talks 20 years ago or something. Ondas probably called probiotics and two back then. Now it's called gut Solutions and things but way speak to about 10,000 people through our talks online. We've got an active group, and the reality is health is the most important thing we have. And it's not that complex. It's just going back to some really simple basics. And for May, the basis is gut. So whenever one says. But what about exercise? What exercise work from the gut? But what about our lifestyle? While that works on the gut to what about stress, stress upsets, They've got two and vice a versa by the way. So it's a single single point of contact. When somebody comes and tells me and I'm not a medical doctor, I'm a real one. I have a PhD, which is called a doctorate. Andi. I spent 12 years researching and working at unit before I got a job there full time. But it's the one thing if anyone says, Look, I've got a condition. Diabetes? Well, my response is simple. Fix the guard. I've got a headache. Fix a gut I've got I'd only corona virus to fix the guard. Everything comes back one way or another to the gut and a ll the researched around that. So far, all of the research I've been doing for over 30 years now it all culminates in working on some basic principles and teaching people in sharing people that, you know, fix the guard, fixed the guard, fix it got so you'll probably get sick of that mantra after a while. But it is, it is. And it can be that simple because gut health is linked to every single form of chronic illness. And believe it or not, even a cute short term covert 19 virus infections so it's linked with everything. So the best thing people can do right now is fix the guy e

spk_2:   3:37
think could almost finish it there. Couldn't wait that sze great. And look at a computer company. This is a very big passion of ours. We got in the rabbit hole ourselves. Greg and I have been in some of those very early Peter Waltz in the very early days and it is really it. Sze, not rocket science, but positive. That we've seen certainly in the most more recent years is that there is a lot more awareness around. Got health. People still don't fully understand what it means, but I guess like anything when there's awareness brought toe topic, people become more curious and any attention is good attention. So certainly there's been better health decisions that we're seeing being made. But 11 thing in particular we really wantto probably just touch on initially is we're in this really difficult situation. We're in a point of time, something that most people in our lives have never experienced. And that is we're in the midst of this crime, a virus pandemic. People don't know how to respond the natural go to position for a lot of people is to self isolate, go home, lock in. And with that, there's a lot of challenges. People that have got healthy outside of work habits, such as going to the gym's having healthy eating options, hanging with friends, socialising not having those connexions. It really has quite a impact on pent of people's mental well being on It's something that's not really openly been spoken about. Mental illness is studying. That's still a little too boo, I guess in the greater public, we know as you know more than anyone the Connexion between gut and mental health. And I guess with most of Australia being locked indoors and being cut off from Jim's been cut off from her friends needed a lot of their healthy eating habits. You know, I guess we're like Throw it back to you is right now people are still coming to terms with the position that we're in the moment and we were all sitting on my self contained and those who can move can the vast majority of Australians really are now going to be stuck at home. I guess we just really wanted to touch on mental health. Onda also potentially the importance of people getting out and getting enough sunlight and fresh air as well, because it's really important.

spk_0:   5:59
Absolutely no look looked. You know, one of the things that's raised the awareness over the last, I suppose, 20 years. But the last 10 years is really the what people called about the gut brain axis on DH. You've seen those thie documentaries on TV, Michael Moore's Lee and all these other people and look it. It's true. The link is very, very strong. But it's not just it's not just the nerves there. There are so many ways that the gut communicates with not just the brain but the whole body S o. You know, we'll cover the gut brain access. I want to highlight that there's a scut, you know, the gut skin access to got lung access, the gut you know, you name an organ, the gut kidney access, the gut, liver access and the gut brain access. So it's involved one way or another with communicating with all of the different systems. And why that's important is because because of that DOD verse role, each of those also feedback directly into the brain and the nervous system as well. So there are these connexions. It's like a spider web. If you want to look at it that way, that's like a spider web of different action connexions going to the organs into the brain directly to the brain. It goes to the brain Vira directly via a big nerve called the Vegas. And the vagus nerve is thie second biggest neural network in the body outside the spine. So it's huge. And up until about 15 20 years ago, we thought that most of the information was going from the brain to the gut. But we now know that the information goes from the gut or sorry. Most of it goes from the gut to the brain on. So there's this two way communication pathway, and you know how you're feeling or whatever reactions air going on in your gut. And when we talk about the guy, I'm talking here about the microbiome, that bacteria, the fungi, archaea, the little viruses yet is trillions of viruses in your gut, too, So don't worry. They're all in balance, and they're all communicating and working together in, you know, in on on a daily basis and they're communicating with a ll. The cells around the body, our immune system, our nervous system and stuff. And they send messages directly to the vagus nerve, which goes straight up to the brain. And hence you could have almost instantaneous what instantaneous reactions. And they can coordinate everything. Everything from how you think, feel, act, behave a cz well as all your action to what you do around the place and your ability to do Emma's well. So when you look at that direct Connexion, then you've got a Connexion via your immune system, which, you know you're a 75. 85% of your immunity is that moves around your guard. So hence, if you want to stay well, you just keep working on your gut. But that immune system talks directly with your rest of your body and your brain as well. Then, on top of that, you've got all these chemicals that you're producing your gut and the most favourite one of the moment, or a group of chemicals called short chain fatty acids. And forget the complex name. But the main one they're working on is something called Butera. Now you remember beauty, right? Because the highest concentration in food is in butter, which is where they name it from, but beauty rate and this beautiful rate. It's just since all these ItT's anti inflammatory. So if you get a of heart of infection of flu or something, and it worked brilliantly in having anti inflammatory effects. But it sends messages directly to the brain, along with the other short chain fatty acids. So it goes directly there. Then you've got all these in your gut. If you just would just leave the microbiome, which is in your large intestine. So everyone, when they talk about the microbiome, it's just your large intestine and the kind of the end of your small. But it's just a little bit right at the end, where your microbiome is now, when we're talking about the gut is the hole, though it will determine all of your nutrients, absorption and digestion as well. And even in your microbiome, probably about 25% of your food is digested. If you're eating a healthy diet like you guys are, and if I'm listening is and like I am, then your poly finals from green tea and Kirkman from turmeric is broken down and processed in large intestine. Without the large intestine, you can't get him, but when that digestion occurs, it's really good, and you're getting chemicals that goes straight up to the brain. However, in your stomach and your small intestine, you've got a whole raft of other chemicals that have produced and feed down a large intestine. And these have called your Amina message. You're somebody you know. Women's essential essential amino acids on one of them is called Tripped A Fan. Well, it sounds a bit complex at the moment. You'll understand because trip to fan when you have a good amino acid. Nixon Good protein every day, every day. Simple protein, those amino acids trip to fan is made into serotonin. Hold on his serotonin to feel good. One. The balancing euro transmit. It helps you feel comfortable and cosy and warm, and all those and then that goes on to form another one called melatonin. So right from your stomach down to your large intestine, you're producing serotonin during the day and then melatonin to sleep at night. And what's interesting given you're on a good diet, you will produce so in your in your opinion gland in your brain you produce serotonin and melatonin too. But here is the trick. In your gut, you produce 400 times more. Then in your opinion, gland in your brain, so feeling good around your body. Ah, gut feeling a love. That stuff leads to a positive mental attitude because finally, other than a ll the other chemicals out there sending positive messages. There's neural transmitters and that was just one example of the feel good ones. There are other ones chemicals called gamma amino, butyric acid or gabber that all that all coordinate and give you a balanced sense to your life. They keep you. You know, your neuro transmitters are in balance, and as a result you feel good and you feel happy on that. All comes from just the digestion in the stomach and small intestine on DH, then further in the large intestine where your microbiome is. So all of that together paints his picture of a really important aspect of mental health. One. Now that's bean, I suppose, documented thousands of times, but also being demonstrated very, very clearly in terms of, you know, you can you can you can change your mood by your food that feeds the gut.

spk_2:   13:20
It's really interesting that I guess the language around got the gut brain When we look at the brain way. Think of the guests, the head brain. We think off a processing computer or something that can analyse information and make decisions. The language has been around for years, and people are now really just starting together. You know the reference to trust your guard, a good gut feeling, You know, those those prickly feelings we get on her arm when we get good or bad information from the guard is making those decisions and making those adjustments internally. Teo to counter whatever experiences going through at the moment. And then our brain over time somehow catches up just just on that. What? I guess some initial thoughts on its immediate actions of people that are self isolating and a home at the moment. What should they be doing? I guess, to improve their serotonin levels, get into good routines what are just simple adjustments they could make within the house. Teo,

spk_0:   14:17
I'm gonna go back and just touch on that serotonin one first just and bring back some sorts and ideas of people. But the serotonin one I've found really interesting because nearly all of your gut issues. Now we're not talking mental health here, but it's directly in from reflux to something called Cibo too inflammatory bowel disease and one way or another, a linked to the nervous system, which is linked to the brain and what we find. What I find is that a simple supplements taking some simple amino acids like trip to fan. And by the way, I don't own a trip to fan company or any company for that matter than in my own. ItT's taking some simple amino acids could make a big difference to the communication that goes on between your gut and your brain and the rest of your body. Now, then, then brings me to the whole idea that you got is interconnected with everything. So it's actually reading and seeing and feeling everything you do. So when you do something, for example, right at the moment you might be a bit stressed. Listening to this we might be decided like I am, and as a result, I'm actually sending chemical messages around my body, and when they're positive chemical messages just from that positive attitude I've got or feeling at the moment. The message is go down to my gut and my positive gut microbiome, which would call my commensurate bacteria or commencing micro organisms, start to actually say Hay. Pete's happy. That's good. We like it when he's happy. We're going to support him on. We're gonna actually start reproducing and looking after him now on the S O it. Khun, read my states over short terms. That's not going to make a big difference. But if you are in a state off, let's say depression, angst, angry, frustrated, any negative attitude. I just may any negative stress in your life. And it's constant and long term that it's constantly sending messages to your gut microbiome that you're not doing well. And if you could imagine 10,000 years ago was a hunter gatherer, if they got that in their gut, they weren't worried about covert 19 or they weren't worried about income and stuff. When they got that, it meant they were probably going to get very sick and die. So the Microbiome knows that if we've got constant stress, it's an opportunity to take over for the nasty ones for for the what we call the opportunistic ones. They see an opportunity, and they're coming along and taking over, and they start to take over, and as a result, they then start sending more negative messages to your brain and around your body, toe all your systems, and you get in this negatively. The negative got negative brain. They got Luke rather than the positive brain positive positive brain. So by setting up the way you think, act and feel the same with physical activities, think, Look, some people some people might see there's a great opportunity. Just veg out and do nothing to two or three weeks. Watch TV, drown your sorrows in Netflix or Disney or something like that. But the reality is that that sedentary lifestyle, the lack of exercise and the lack of going outside vitamin D from the sun, which is the best vitamin D to always get, is literally a message. Sent these messages back to the gut again to actually be in a positive while I work in a positive way and go in their positive loup good exercise. Feel good gut feel good, good exercise, feelgood etcetera. So there is a positive lips. So it's really important. Oh, not just start at, think and feel positive, but to behave, make sure we get their positive physical support, emotional support because they all one way or another. As I said, everything is connected to the go. They all link back into that into that gut system. And so, by looking after it, we looking after what we don't. So when it comes to looking after the gun, if you want to short circuit and say, Well, hold on. What I've got to do now is, well, I'm not feeling so good. Is there some stuff I could do? The gut? And the good thing is, all of the research shows you can. All of the research overwhelmingly tells us we can do some good things for our gut directly to make, to improve immune system, to improve our gut brain access, to improve how we feel to improve, how we cope with stress and our building out resilience. And there are hundreds of one hundreds of studies in various ways that show that this action can then start you wantto are positively and at the same time because I look at this from a very holistic perspective, a TTE the same time. If you start doing some a little bit of exercise and walking around, even it's walking in circles in a little hotel room or doing something and just getting whatever you can, finding the positive in it and the attitude and so on. You know it's going to feed into that positive loop and take you further in it, and that's what's great. It feeds into your into every aspect of your life that can turn a start to really turn it around.

spk_2:   19:34
I think given the fact that people are isolating, it is an opportunity again, thinking positive and looking. The opportunities that we've got is there's not many chances of people get to. Actually, we talk down at work, spent time with the family time actually get out in the sun, and we're hearing person still beautiful, But it's an opportunity to create a new habit. So to write that book, Teo pendants and thoughts about the new business get creativity juices going. But spending time with the family on DH not listening to the television, you know, just break that and these air. These are possibly good times because we really very rarely if ever get an opportunity to break that routine of everything that we're doing our lines.

spk_0:   20:23
Absolutely. Look at that Time time. You've always got to look for a silver lining and then and there always is. You know, I'm not. I'm not negating the seriousness. Nor, you know, the people who have died in sushi injured as a result of it. Well, what I am saying for those around us also look for positives in it and what can you do? And I've had tough times in my life, and I always found that at the outcome there are always positives, and for me that into ay, I just finished two weeks isolation because we just came back from New Zealand and a zoo. Result of that, I Look, I just spent that time reading up about the gut and Corona virus. I wrote a little paper, 100 references in it all about the gut and CO Vered 19 or flew a ll, the respiratory influences and so on. And then, you know, I'm spending the rest of the time next however long writing my next book and recording videos on doing stuff that I didn't get time to do because life was busy and it was so easy to fill it with others. Enough. And now the other other aspect of it is my wife, my team myself, my wife, my teen years in that room. And I sit back and we reflect every day and we say, You know, isn't it great that way? Still live here in this beautiful place in perfect, beautiful weather At the moment, it's great, everything's still good. Everyone we know is healthy and we're looking all the positives were seeing and we're going what we're getting. We're finally putting our stuff online and we're kind of writing in the next book, which is actually mental health gut solutions on DSO. You know it's giving, giving May that time to focus and my wife and I on ourselves the question. What is important? What did we miss? One. You're in isolation. What? We miss going for a walk? Just getting out s o For the last two days, it's just been going out. We just finished a now on behalf walk on DH will go for another one today, just just to get out and appreciating on asking the question. What really is important? Because in that busy life a couple of months ago, a month ago, we so often lose track of what is important. And now, as an opportunity to direct, reflect on and find out what is. I look, that's That's the way you've got to look at it. Otherwise it's do McGlynn. And as you mentioned, I don't watch the TV. I don't watch it. I pick up on the news from some of the scientific journals and a little bit on Facebook and stuff, but I just don't watch it because all it's doing is reinforcing the negatives. Andi, you know what's interesting in a ll. The media? I was watching and I hear from I've never heard them once mentioned the role of good nutrition and lifestyle in rebuilding your immune system, and your immune system is what protects you one way or another, not one mention of it. In fact, the only mention I did here was some stupid ABC reporter. I'm saying how how stupid countries like China are, and things are recommending herbs and vitamin C and things like that on I thought, what an idiot this person is. They haven't done any homework or research. They're being fed by the medical system and they're going out and touting. Look, the stuff on vitamin C is riel. There are studies coming out right now. Their stuff on good health and the media is just down place. Anything that could have a hope on just up builds that negative stuff so that you want you want to get to press, watch the media.

spk_2:   24:00
Well, the other problem with that is that we know what stress that anxiety due to stress hormones in your body which diminish the marine system as well. So I absolutely have no idea about what they're doing here to the people

spk_0:   24:13
in the long term damage to because, you know, we're talking about mental health here or partly in peace. On DIT comes back to the fact that you know, we are creating another generation off people who are going to be depressed because ofthe this situation rather than ones who could be optimistic and have an outlook and say, Okay, this is happening. But where can we go from here? The personal level where we can all grow from and reach from it. You know, you don't get that on the media. I actually published Dahlia, What I call my Corona Virus Action plan my personal Corona virus action plan on it was, you know, get up, get some exercise, go out. There are herbs that work their essential oils at work on giving people something to do rather than go home, sit down, watch the negative news and get depressed. Because if they go in that vicious side negative gut brain cycle that I talked about earlier, it becomes difficult to get out ofthe

spk_2:   25:12
poison is quite toxic to the system. There's always going to be negative media out there. It's very, very difficult finding a positive stuff, but it does exist. So e guess this is a signed note to that. You know, none of us have the telly's on at home, and the information that you need to hear is always available through. Friends and family will always find you years, and it's not being ignorant. But go and find the information is fine validation in the storeys that are out there. Don't just take everything that you told has been gone. Science is about discovering it is Greg, you want are something about just wait. Just wait just relating Teo way. All know that diets that work and in times like this, one of the things the government's up close down fast food people will turn old habit. We know you ports of fresh food. A lot of people have the idea that no fresh, very inbred specials and could be expensive, But they're not really saying you just talk a little bit about how people could be eating really quite healthy without spending a lot of money and just just boosting their immune system just through the things that they put in their body, rather than going fast food and process for the pharmaceuticals. And guess supplements traditionally, depending where you're getting them from there, that they can be expensive. So not everyone. And I guess you know people, probably more now than ever, will be really conscious about watching their spending. So what's a cheap and easy way for people to get some quick guess? One percenters in their in their health

spk_0:   26:53
look okay. The first thing I want to highlight, though, is when it comes to your immune system fixed the gut. I had to get in at least one more time, you see. And when it comes to fixing your gut, the most important thing isn't the probiotic. It's not even the computer guys. I mean, come back and describe the benefits of it. But it's eating well that the first and foremost is drinking lots of liquids, and I do a lot of green tea in the morning and then herb teas and water during the afternoon, and it's drinking liquids first. Then it's lots and lots of fruit nuts, veggies, herbs, spices. That's where you're really gut health comes from. Then it comes down. Teo come back and that they had come back to you down to your computer and your fermented foods. Then it comes down to fibre, and I'm a really big one on fibre, the simplest and cheap list. Cheapest thing you can do is good quality fibres, and there's a There's a Queensland company that cook hey fibre dot com. It's by far the best fibre. Then you've got your probiotics last, and so if you do that perspective, then you're feeding their gut microbiome, which is keeping all the life then right at the other end is that is there probiotics and people tell me they take probiotics, but they're on a crappy diet. I say. Look, it's like sending him on a suicide mission. You send them down, but nothing to feed them. And you've got to understand that they love fibre. And they love the poly finals that you get in all your foods on DH. So you've got to send them down with that which comes from your healthy foods and U K fibre and year and s. So until you get all that going, we're computer fits in the world. This It's a simple, cheap, effective way of just constantly adding on a daily basis on a regular basis, I'd probably say people need probiotics once or twice a week if they get sick. Hey, straight away without any doubt whatsoever or you're being exposed to something. But for me, computer is every day. I love my computer every day. On top of that, I make sure I have the fibre every day, and I eat well every day. Yeah, I'll have looked all over treat Oliver trick, but I don't eat any of the process. Foods drew ing the day and any of the day. And my trick, by the way, is still a healthy food by most peoples, by most people's standards and so on. And it comes down to looking after all that and fixing the gut because we know you know, there are now hundreds of studies hundreds and hundreds of studies linking if you can improve the gut health through all of these mechanisms, and none of them adopt my holistic approach. But if you did my holistic approach, the study's overwhelmingly show it could be beneficial for all forms off mental illness, right through from Alzheimer's and Parkinson's to the situation we're talking about now. Anxiety, stress on depression, and so the study's air there. So if you're working on your gut, then you're working on a positive right now. How do you get that happening cheaply? Right At this point, I'm a big smoothie fan. My first meal of the day is a smoothie. I probably actually I probably have a handful of seats, and that's first. And then I make a smoothie and the benefit of a smooth in this where it comes in real cheap. I use a lot of things out of my garden. Onda. Ah, lot of people don't realise. Even if you don't have a veggie garden, you're probably growing some things you can add into your sweetie that the first thing on my smoothie is I use everything that stalk the stem, the normal bits of the cabbage and the broccoli that people throw away. Anything left over that you would normally throw away you can put in there. Why? Because that's the fibre. When you put in a good smoothie maker, it just blends it up. And you're getting all that additional fibre fibre. It was just a CZ important as all the rest guys even Mohr important that this day and age on. So you get it so you can actually get all this extra food for virtually free. Now I go out in my garden and I pick a couple of leaves off olive leaf or live from the olive tree because haven't you heard of all these leaf extract? E throw a couple of the only leads it now, just the moment input. The Durst shins are starting to come back, and I'll give you a reason. I'm sure you'll get it never picked the loneliness stations. If there's public access to dogs, what's right? Think big Mr Shin leaves and flowers and put him in there. Ricin. They're reaching so many goodies, but particularly one that's great for your eyesight and your nervous system called Luton and See Anthem. And they're in Union Station for hours and you'll be so I go out and pick my men in this station, leaves and flowers. Now I also have kale growing, and that just grows all the time. It just keeps coming back. So I have a couple of leaves of that then my favourite at the moment because I can't stop it growing is, by the way, all of this is free so far, Remember, then I go out and get my sweet potato leaf and my gardens on the front, virg. So nobody even knows what it is. So nobody picks it, and I just get this. It's grown. So I put some sweet potato in a couple of years ago, and every year it just keep comeback and I get all this leaf and I've got this constant supply of greens for my Smith. That's what's about then. I go in and add the seeds and the nuts that I purchased from, you know, a mixture of shops. And then I actually, I actually have started putting in the lid a little bit of computer as well into my smoothie maker blended up. Put a bit of fruit in there, that sze cheapest on the day. And sometimes you can go to the shops and get really cheap stuff. And I got fantastic. It might be what was last week. Watermelon and rock mother wearing a dollar for a rock melon, our dollar for a watermelon. Andi, I got them. And so we're adding a lot of that stuff in on Gwen. Our grandkids come over tomorrow. We'll blend that up So you look for the cheapest stuff to put in the smoothies and still get all the nutrients on. The great thing about this, with these you can throw. You can throw the if you got your own oranges or lemons ground at Biggin three or appealing to for May I throw the whole of the rock? Male or not, that's not the skin but the seas. Also because it all gets blacked up. Yes. Oh, it's finding extra things that input in. They don't get a costume, but that all. They're all incredibly nutritious, so way often throw away a lot of the good nutrients thinking that well, you know, it doesn't taste so well or it doesn't feel so good in the texture. But when we smoothie, it doesn't make a difference. So I suppose you get under the smoothies, guys. And when it comes to the veggies, tone and veggies have gone up a lot in price. Just remember, you may be paying a bit extra, but you're getting a hell of a lot more from fresh food than you get from anywhere else.

spk_2:   33:46
Probably a lot of people listening and thinking olive leaves and are not what I want to be putting into us Movie. But give it a try.

spk_0:   33:55
Yeah, a bit yet a banana, and you haven't and pulling you out of our engine and a bit of a computer. You actually don't taste it. You don't even taste it, but you're getting that olive leaf. So why? Why goto the shop and buy some olive leaf extract when you could actually just get some always leaves every day and there's a lot of things around your garden again. You know, I'm discovering I always add a little bit of much of herbs growing my gun. So I had a couple of sprigs of two or three different herbs. By the way, a super gut foods super got food. So just a sprig of rosemary lavender. You don't even taste them in their lemon. Judge LeMond's uranium. I think it's called the White. Put me on to it. So I'm now putting a leaf of that in my smoothies. So I'm getting you know, I'm getting 90% of my greens free Adam in my garden, and they're things that most people wouldn't even bother to pick.

spk_2:   34:52
So thanks, but I think we won't take any more of your time. So I know you're busy on DH. You're going to go to the beach just in closing. If you could probably tell the people listening a little bit about what you're working on, I mean, everyone we reached out Tio Peter was We thought it was important just from our knowledge, and I guess, experience in time observing you from afar that you've got a really good message in the time that we're in the moment. So maybe use this opportunity to tell us for a little bit about what you're working on. You mentioned to us before this before he started that you're working on a new video. Siri's. You got a fairly large Facebook group which is free to join, which has got some really good resources. Emma, Wife for myself. We remember that. And just other ways. I guess people can get really good information from you. So what's the first

spk_0:   35:49
one? The 1st 1 is out. A Facebook group got Health Australia, and I do that on Instagram too. But I put a lot more up on Facebook and got health. Australia is really simple. We've got 14.5 1000 people. I think in the last two weeks we've gone up 1000 people or so one because of the gut. Kirk Corona virus covered 19 stuff. But we've got this really active group and a lot of our people are recommended actually by health professionals because we put the science. I put studies up and I put links up and I write my blog's from my website, and then I'll post him up there so people get really good, accurate information. I do direct links to the journals with just a you know, two or three line explanation of what what they found. So people can see that there are studies showing this and go well. I've got confidence in it, so that's a good health. Australia. The 2nd 1 is You know what? I've been working on my books and I'm always writing books and we've got We've got We've got a great Siri's of couples called gut secrets, which is understanding everything about that guy I was telling you about now and 100 times more. Another one called Ready Set Health, which is about resetting. You've got health for goodness on the big project we're working on right now is putting all of our stuff online because last year we did somewhere between 90 and 100 talks. This year we've done about 15. We had to cut him short while we're over in New Zealand on DH to rush home to make sure we get home and we're working on putting all that stuff online in the membership programme which will be up on available probably in two weeks, and I promise you the price of Li Lo. It'll be covert virus Bethel. Everyone's at home looking for the nation s. So we figured we were just going to flood it with information as soon as you join, which will be under 100. Probably uneven. Know we haven't talked yet about it, but there'll be 10 att least 10 or 12 hours of stuff up straightaway and then we're going to be adding toe in every month or every every couple of weeks. There will be, you know, there will be 20 or 30 hours in the total by the time we finished. Ah, lot of it revolving around gut. But we touch on every other topic that I've researched and written on in the last 20 years. 30 years. So we're giving people this holistic perspective of it, and then this big focus on God health, including will be putting up our programme on reflux solutions and then later on in the year, inflammatory about solutions and someone. So we were really working hard to get this stuff up so that it can get out there and we know people wanting it, and we know people want some good accurate information. And most of all, they want someone who's funny when they present incredibly good looking with a bald head.

spk_2:   38:47
Way had to kill the video for no other reason that the Connexion wasn't great, that you're a good looking man, so reach out to any of us. If you've got any questions, let's make the most of this time that we've got indoors. So let's spend time with their family friends. Let's get out outside as much as we legally can on DH for their bodies with good foods and fellow ahead to the good information, and that we'll be sharing a CZ much of this as it comes through when it launches. If you don't hear it before, so I encourage everybody to just stay positive. Stay happy. Keep the good vibes up and let's get forensics to God. Yeah, you get Teo. Thanks again for your time. Really appreciate. It's always great listening to you. And it's an absolute honour and pleasure for us is to have the opportunity to chat to you and looking forward to following your journey from here.

spk_0:   39:46
Great. Thanks, guys. Take care. And thank you for sharing this stuff with everyone out there we all needed still

spk_1:   39:57
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