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Tim James – Optimizing Health With a Chemical Free Body

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Stu: This week, I’m excited to welcome Tim James to the podcast. Tim is the founder of chemicalfreebody.com and the host of the Health Hero Show. He has a mission to help people put themselves and their health first and supports their transformations with articles, videos, coaching, and arrange of natural products. In this episode, we discussed the commonly used chemicals that we should try and avoid, the biggest weight loss misconceptions, and where to start when wanting to quickly improve our health.

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  • Are there any commonly used chemicals in particular that we should mindfully avoid?
  • Which lifestyle changes made the most immediate difference to your health?
  • What are the biggest misconceptions regarding the weight loss industry?

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Stu     

Hey, this is Stu from 180 Nutrition, and welcome to another episode of The Health Sessions. It’s here that we connect with the world’s best experts in health, wellness, and human performance in an attempt to cut through the confusion around what it actually takes to achieve a long lasting health. Now, I’m sure that’s something that we all strive to have. I certainly do.

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This week, I’m excited to welcome Tim James to the podcast. Tim is the founder of chemicalfreebody.com and the host of the Health Hero Show. He has a mission to help people put themselves and their health first and supports their transformations with articles, videos, [00:01:00] coaching, and arrange of natural products. In this episode, we discussed the commonly used chemicals that we should try and avoid, the biggest weight loss misconceptions, and where to start when wanting to quickly improve our health. Over to Tim.

Hey guys, this is Stu from 180 Nutrition, and I am delighted to welcome Tim James to the podcast. Tim, how are you, mate?

Tim   

Hey, I’m doing good, brother. Thanks for having me on. I’m excited to share today.

Stu

Yeah, [00:01:30] me too. We’ve got lots of questions to get stuck into. But first up, for all of our listeners that may not be familiar with you or your work, I’d love it if you could just tell us a little bit about yourself, please.

Tim

Yeah, absolutely man. So I grew up over in Eastern Oregon. So I’m over here in the states on a small cattle and hay farm. So that was a really good way to grow up. I feel like my parents and the people around there are good decent people and I learned a lot of common [00:02:00] sense. I was out in nature a lot. We had Hereford cattle. We did grass and alfalfa hay. And I had a great childhood, man, growing up outside as a kid. You don’t need a whole lot of toys. Nature is the playground. It’s pretty awesome.

Stu

It is.

Tim

Riding bicycles. And as I got older, we got into motorcycle riding and riding horses. My best friend was like a rodeo star, literally. And they had quarter horses and we’d run those. And actually one of my favorite memories was when we were kids. I [00:02:30] don’t know. We were probably like 13, something like that, 14. We had a big snowstorm. We went down to the barn to feed the horses and we were just thinking around. And then, we got on the horses. We took the horses and we plowed through the field, just walking them through it in line. We went back and forth a bunch of times and made like a track. And then, we went full tilt. No saddle, nothing. Just grabbing on to their mane and just like going as [00:03:00] fast as they possibly could. Because you didn’t have to worry because if you’re wrecked, you just land into marshmallow. I mean, it was like four foot of fluffy snow. So that was a really cool experience. We just had a lot of fun doing stuff like that.

So I did diverge because I was like, “Do I do rodeo or do I play baseball?” Because I had an aversion for baseball. I really wanted to do it. Not aversion, but a passion for it. And I ended up doing baseball. So my buddy Mike, he does rodeo. I do baseball. I end up playing baseball at a high level for 30 years. [00:03:30] Became an athlete and I pretty much grew up on the standard American diet or the standard Aussie diet,

But then I got into my 20s and I started gaining weight. I got out of college and by the time I was 37, I was 42 pounds overweight. My elbows were bleeding and my knee was bleeding with eczema, and it was worse in the winter months. I had no energy. Wasn’t sleeping well. Acid reflux 24/7. Eating [00:04:00] Tums and Rolaids for the acid reflux. The doctor wanted me to go on Prilosec and a bunch of other stuff. And I just, those names, man. Just sounded like foreign… Sounded like space aliens. And I just stayed away from it. Just the sound of Prilosec, I don’t know, it just scared me.

And thank God I stayed away from that stuff. But my head was buried in the sand. I tried a bunch of different diets. I mean, five meals a day, high carb, low carb, high fat, low fat, high protein, low. I mean, dude, I was trying. Some of that stuff worked a little bit, but always come back and I gained more weight. So I gained like two to three, [00:04:30] four pounds a year. And there I was 42 pounds overweight and then it got worse. Then, I started bleeding rectally when I pooped. So for those of you that can’t see me, my shirt says love when you poop, because I used to hate it. And so, you’d go to the bathroom and then follow by blood. And I’d look at it and be like, “I hope that goes away.” And I’d just go about my day.

So at the time I was a financial advisor, wife, two kids, mortgage, coaching basketball and stuff for the kids and football [00:05:00] and baseball and that stuff, having a good time. But my health was just [inaudible 00:05:04]. I was rotting from the inside out and I didn’t know what to do. The doctors didn’t know what to do. And then, a friend of my baseball team got diagnosed with stomach cancer and we lost him at age 40. And he was like really fit. So that was like…

Stu

Whoa.

Tim

… whoa, like somebody my age. My grandma had died of brain cancer and my aunt had died of skin cancer and melanoma. They both went through surgery and radiation, all that crap. Well, I don’t know if my aunt did radiation or not, but anyway. [00:05:30] My mom took care of my aunt, which was a tremendous burden. She’s an angel for doing it. But when people get older, you think, “Okay, they get older, they die of something.” So you don’t think much of it. You’re busy in your life. You’re just, whatever.

Stu

Yeah.

Tim

Well, [Clay 00:05:44] was like 40 and he was in shape. Okay. He was in the best shape of all of us. He had like an eight pack. I mean, he could have been like an underwear model. No question, right? And I’ll never forget the last day we played baseball together. He’s like, “I don’t have the energy, guys, to go out and sprint [00:06:00] to my position in center field. And I just can’t walk to my position. That’s just not who I am. So can I pitch? And then, I can just kind of jog a little bit and walk to the mound.”

And I’m thinking in my mind like, “Dude, pitching’s going to take way more energy than just sprinting out the center field.” We should have put him at first base is what we should have done. But he ended up pitching and about four innings into it, he was on the bench, and maybe the fifth inning, I can’t remember. And I looked over at him and he’s spitting up blood. And my other buddy, [Jason Schuler 00:06:29], on [00:06:30] the other side, looks over to the right. And then, he looks at me and he’s shaking his head and he’s like, “Clay, what the hell are you doing out here, man?” He goes, “You should be at home, rest.” And he’s like, “Look, dude, if I’m going to go out, I’m going to go out doing what I love. And I love baseball, so.” I mean, what do you say to that? You’re just like, “All right, dude. Whatever you want.”

Stu

Yeah.

Tim

But we did a funeral. [inaudible 00:06:47] all of his funeral. All of us tough baseball guys were all crying our eyes out. And we had to do a fundraiser because he left three little boys behind from ages six to 17. So it was really hard on all of us. And for me, a wake up call. [inaudible 00:06:57] this guy is my age. So I’m [inaudible 00:07:00], [00:07:00] this is crazy. Well, so now…

Then, after that I end up going on a trip down to Peru with my wife. Her dad’s a medical doctor, runs a big clinic down in Lima. And we went to Northern Peru to this fricking awesome place, is this called [inaudible 00:07:14]. Unbelievable, untouched beaches, sea shells, amazing. I was just… Just beautiful.

Three days into it, I’m doubled over in pain. I missed the one plane flight out of there. He’s like, “We have to get you to hospital.” They rented a van and I drove… Well, I didn’t drive, but I rode in the van [00:07:30] six hours through the night on these bumpy ass roads, down the coastline to Piura, this other town in Lima. And every single bump hurt. Okay. It was painful. I sweated for six hours on that. And it was just like the most… It’s just miserable. Just imagine having the worst gut ache ever or something like a headache and somebody just every second firing off like air horn or something. [00:08:00] Just like pain, right?

Stu

Yeah.

Tim

I’ll never forget that. I don’t ever want to go back. So I’m laying on the examination table in the third world country and there’s bugs flying around me in the light. I’m thinking, “Wow. I paid into my health insurance my whole life. And now I can’t even use it.” I’m like, “These people alone, they probably don’t get it.”

So they dope me up because he didn’t want me to get surgery there. He wanted me to have his surgeons ready. So he’s on the phone coordinating, getting the room ready for me and the surgeons. And they doped me up. Put me on a commercial plane flight, which you’re not supposed to do this. [00:08:30] And they flew me into Lima. And then, I got on a taxi and I showed up at the hospital, went right into surgery. So I spent the rest of my vacation in recovery. My wife ended up wheelchairing me back into the United States on our airplane flights.

My lesson from that was that my poor health doesn’t affect just me, it affects everybody else around me. And it was a big eye-opening lessons. But I still didn’t know what to do with my health. I was completely clueless. I was reading all these books and like I said trying different stuff. There’s just so much misinformation out there. It’s very frustrating. And they just sell you things and you never [inaudible 00:09:00] [00:09:00] things, just whatever.

So then my buddy, Charles, gets diagnosed at age 43 with chronic lymphocytic leukemia, which is a supposedly incurable blood cancer. And he said, “Look, I want to see my son, Charlie, graduate high school. He’s 14 at the time. I definitely want to go to father-son weekend, Tim. I want to live. And so, I’m going to go to the Hippocrates Health Institute in West Palm Beach, Florida and try to heal naturally.” So are you familiar with them?

Stu

Yes, yes.

Tim

Okay. So if you’re not… I didn’t know about them. [00:09:30] So they’ve been around like 66 years, something like that. Started by a gal named Ann Wigmore. Healed herself of stage 4 colon cancer with grasses and herbs and stuff. And they’ve had over 600,000 people through their door in the last 60 years. So they’ve had a lot of experience. It’s currently run by doctors Brian and Anna Maria Clement, wonderful people. And that was the beginning of my journey.

So Charles asked me to go with him to support him because his wife, Judith, couldn’t get away at the time. I was like, “Sure dude, whatever you need.” You have to understand that… I mean, I was like big into hunting and fishing. [00:10:00] So my motto was like, “If it flies, it dies. If it’s brown, it’s down.” We were shooting everything. Deer, elk, chukars, pheasants, quail, whatever. I kept… We had four freezers full of meat.

Stu

Yeah.

Tim

I thought meat was part of building muscle and part of… You had to have it to be a man. So I was really wrapped up in this concept. And then, he said, “Hey, when you get there, by the way, there’s no meat, no dairy, no salt, no sugar, no vinegar. There’s nothing cooked over 115 degrees.” I’m like, “Excuse me, you said no meat?” And so now I’m scared, like literally [00:10:30] freaking out. But I’m like, “Okay, dude. He’s your best friend here. He’s like your brother. You got to be here for him. You had taco salads in high school at the salad bar. I guess, you just figure it out.”

So when I got there, they basically was all sprouts and sprouted nuts, sprouted seeds, sprouted grains. It’s living foods, is what they fed you. So what they’re trying to do is they’re trying to charge your body with electrons. That’s kind of the ultimate goal there and burn out the disease. And you get phytochemicals and hormones and oxygen enzymes, all these things from living foods that you don’t [00:11:00] get from cook foods, even organic plant-based foods.

And I do want to say that if you’re listening and you’re a meat eater, carnivore, or you’re a hundred percent raw plant based or anywhere in the middle, I’m just telling you my story. I’m not saying you have to go do this or have to go do that. I’m just telling you what happens, so. And then, we’ll get to that other part later. So anyway, because I just don’t want people to shut off, because it’s like… It’s really important what I learned there because it turned my whole life around, and Charles.

So we get there and then day one, [00:11:30] my acid reflux is gone. And I’m like, “Wow. Okay, this is cool.” And then, I just didn’t feel that good. But we were going through this detox [inaudible 00:11:40] because I came off the standard polluted diet basically. And I was eating like a wild creature, like a chipmunk [inaudible 00:11:47] like literally. That’s what it was, like living food.

So the first class was called internal awareness. It was a three-and-a-half-hour class. This doctor comes out and he was actually a body builder. I found out later he is in great shape. He just turned 50 [00:12:00] that day. He looked like he was 40. He looked younger. And that was a common theme. The people that had worked at this institute looked 10, 20 years younger than the rest of the people in the population. I was like freaking out. My nurse, I thought she was 35 and she was like 53 and she was gorgeous. And you couldn’t tell. So, like these success leaves clues, right?

So anyway, this doctor’s trying to convince us that we’ve got about six to 12 pounds of impacted fecal material in the colon and we have to clean it out if we ever want to have true health. In fact, he looked at me, he said, “Tim, you got 10 [00:12:30] pounds of crap in a five-pound bag. And if you ever want to be healthy, truly healthy, you got to clean it up.” And I’m like, “Okay.” So makes sense.

So he showed us from the time you eat food, until it goes through the body and all the process, and then exits the body. What happens? I’m like, “Wow, that was amazing. Where was this in school?” And then, he said, “Look, you need to get this stuff out.” And they were trying to sell us, Stuart, on colon hydrotherapy session. [crosstalk 00:12:56]?

Stu

Oh, yes. Yeah. No visuals [00:13:00] required.

Tim

Okay. So for anybody listening, I didn’t know what this meant. So a colonic or a colon hydrotherapy session, you basically sit on a tube [inaudible 00:13:07] and water gently goes in and out of the colon for about an hour. Okay. And I elbowed Charles and said, “Look, buddy, I come here to help you, but I am not doing that dude. Just no way. Okay, that’s not going to happen.”

Well, this doctor, very convincing and it made all sense and everything, but I’m still not going to do it. But he was smart. He was smarter than I was. He showed visuals. So they did virtual colonoscopies…

Stu

Correct.

Tim

… of multiple people [00:13:30] that were been on the standard crappy diet for a long time. And then, he showed the inside. Like inside of a 24-year-old female with Hashimoto’s and thrush, which is a yeast infection.

Stu

Mm-hmm (affirmative).

Tim

And it was all white, nasty and yellow. Just weird looking in there. And I was like, “Oh my God, that’s terrible.” And then, he showed like a 65-year-old male with colon cancer and he had parasites. It was all black and brown and nasty and worms, white worms crawling around there. And I’m just like, “Oh my God.” And he looked at us, he said, “Oh, by the way, over 50% [00:14:00] of you easily have parasites. And not just these tapeworms, hookworms and pinworms that you can see, but microscopic ones. And they’re all eating your food, drinking your drinks, urinating and defecating in you, and having sex and having thousands of eggs laid in you.” And I’m just like, “What?” So he’s freaking me out.

And then, he goes to the third one and it’s like a 45-year-old female with breast cancer and like colitis or Crohn’s, some type of a digestive tract issue. And her stomach and her colon was all jacked up too. It looked terrible. [00:14:30] And they said, “Now, this is a person who’s been living the Hippocrates lifestyle.” And he went and looked inside of their colon and it’s all… You could see the membrane’s all pink and red, and the blood vessels. And then, there’s obviously fecal matter in there, but completely different terrain. Like not even close. And that’s what got it for me. I saw it and I realized, “Oh my God, my intestines look like that. It’s a fricking train wreck in there.” And that’s why I look like a train wreck on the outside and I’m having all these issues.

So in the middle of class, I literally [00:15:00]

Tim

… really popped up and went and signed up on the signup sheet. I was the first one. He’s like, “Tim, we’re going to do that afterwards.” I’m like, “Yeah, I know, I know. I’m just going to get in there real quick.” Then I went and sat back down. The next day I go in, they weigh me, I do the one hour colon hydrotherapy thing. Then they weigh me again. I dropped 10 pounds of impacted fecal material in one one hour session.

Stu

Oh, wow.

Tim

The record at the Institute was a lady at the time, this was 2011, she dropped 27 pounds in one one hour session. Think about that. She had 27 pounds of nasty funk and gunk and junk in her five to seven foot colon. That’s [00:15:30] the size of a medium sized dog falling out of you.

Stu

Crikey.

Tim

It’s quite crazy. So everybody listening today, if you haven’t cleaned yourself up yet, this is what’s going on. I’m thinking, whoa, this was just blowing my mind, all the stuff that I’m learning. But like I said earlier, remember, we were having like detox symptoms?

Stu

Yes.

Tim

I started having night sweats. I was irritable. I had a metallic taste coming out of my tongue as heavy metals were exiting my body. So what were they doing? They were changing [00:16:00] the internal terrain. They were treating the body like a system, right? If you’re overweight, or you don’t have energy like I did, or you have eczema, or you’re bleeding rectally, or you’re on pharmaceutical drugs, you just don’t feel good, you’re not sleeping, you’re tired, you have arthritis, knee pain, whatever, these are all what we call check body lights. Your body is telling you, “Hey, you need change your environment. You need to change the inputs.” And that’s a deviation away from nature is the reason why we’ve gotten that. And [00:16:30] also we’ve been polluted from all these chemical toxins in the air, the water, the food, the cosmetics, the shampoos, the deodorants, skin care, all these things, sunscreens, and carpets off gas and paying off gas. We have all these pollution things coming inside of us.

We started learning about how to get this stuff out. But when you’re going through that process at an Institute, when you go right off the garbage diet onto eating like a wild creature, there’s this Hertz reaction they call it. It’s a detox. [00:17:00] I didn’t have it as bad as something people do. Some people had skin rashes breaking out on parts of their body or all their body. One lady I’d say she had 90% of her body was a rash, but she was healing, it was just accelerated. The body’s pushing all this crap out of there and changing the terrain. I saw people with parasites crawling out of their pores in their arm. One lady at lunch had a parasite crawling out of her eye. And I’m like, “Hey, you have a parasite crawl your eye. Don’t get it in your salad.” And she’s like, “Oh my God.”

You think it’s crazy listening to this, but I was [00:17:30] there and I saw it with my own two eyes so I have first person experience. And it all makes sense, because viruses, bacteria, mold, yeast, fungus, parasites, mutagens, cancers, they love a low oxygen, high acid environment. And that’s exactly what I was giving them with donuts and fried foods, chicken strips, Jojo’s, cake, ice cream, candies, all this stuff that I was [00:18:00] eating 24 7. Everything was pretty much all acid. I had some vegetables, too. I still was making salads. But then I was putting sugary stuff all over it and throwing some fruit in there, and improper food, combining all these things I had no clue of until I got schooled.

So you change the terrain and then guess what? These harmful organisms, they pack their bags and they leave. It’s just simple. If the north pole turned into 85 to 95 degrees every day, the polar bear will move. [00:18:30] He’s going to swim somewhere where it’s colder. It’s not a conducive environment. Penguins would leave. So you live in the environment you’re made for. They pumped us full of the highest oxygen, highest alkaline diet on the planet. You start healing from it, and they clean you up.

If your car’s not running right, you got some check body lights on, your tractor’s not running, check engine lights, whatever, you don’t just keep driving it, do you, Stewart? You pull it over and you take it into the shop and fix it, because if you don’t take it into the shop and you [00:19:00] just keep riding that light, I hope it doesn’t go bad. Your car could stop and leave you stranded somewhere, leave you in a bad spot, or it could break down or lead you to a bigger bill in the shop. So instead of $500 fix, you could have a $5,000 fix. And that’s what we’re doing today with our bodies.

Stu

How long did that process take? Yeah, absolutely. I mean, it sounds like a wacky experience. It almost envisaging the next series of Stranger Things on Netflix [00:19:30] in terms of what you went through. It sounds pretty bizarre. What are we talking? You’re in there for two days? you’re in there for two months?

Tim

They call it the Life Change Program. It’s a three week program. The first time I went, I was only there for seven days, so they don’t even allow that anymore. You show up you go through hell, and then you leave. I went back a second time and went through the program. Then the second week you settle in, and the third week you’re just enjoying yourself.

So here’s the thing. Every week at that place [00:20:00] there’s a graduation for the people graduating for that week. And normally, public speaking is something that most people do not want to do at all, ever. People hate it. In fact, I think there’s a study that would show that more people would rather be in the casket than reading the eulogy. Literally, the fear of death was less than the fear of public speaking. So with that said, every single person when I was there that was graduating got up and talked in front. You just feel so [00:20:30] much community and you get so close with everybody there, because you’re all going through this stuff. I mean, everybody’s doing enemas everywhere and colonizer therapy. You’re putting wheat grass all over your body. It’s crazy what you do. People just get up and share stuff, and they share and they have these amazing experiences. There’s a testament to that. 80% of the people that go there go back, repeat. Why would people go back? Because they got results.

Anyway, we did this whole thing. [00:21:00] I’m running around the chart trying to prove this place is wrong. How could this little podunk place help people heal with cancer? But guess what? They were helping people heal themselves. They don’t heal you. They teach you a lifestyle. And that’s what it was. They had 40 hours of lectures a week besides all the therapies and the blood work and all the things you’re doing. It’s a school and they’re teaching you. And a very profound question happened. The guy said, “Well, this is great. I feel better than I felt in years, Dr. Clement. But how do I go home and live this crazy lifestyle in the real world?” And he said, ” [00:21:30] You have the question all wrong. The question is, how do I go home and live in a crazy world in a real way?” That’s where it’s at.

Stu

That was going to be my next question, because essentially we look at health as a series of pillars, and all of those pillars need to be supportive in their own Right. Nutrition is just one of those pillars. You go to your crazy Stranger Things weekend and they teach you exactly what to do in terms of the way that we eat and the [00:22:00] foods that we need to source and how we fuel our body. And then you’ve got this most robust nutritional pillar. But all of the other pillars, your movement, your mindset, your sleep, your relationships, are weak.

Tim

Oh, they cover that, too.

Stu

Do they?

Tim

You actually get assigned a psychologists there. And a good one, too. Because 95% of the psychologists are crazy. That’s why they’re in that profession.

Stu

Yeah. I’ve found that.

Tim

It’s hard to find a good one.

Stu

I have found that.

Tim

Yeah, it’s true. It just is what it is. Things are what they are. And that’s pretty much [00:22:30] in any industry. It’s the 80/20 rule, or the 5/95. There’s only about 5% of people in any industry I’d really want to give my money to, because they’re professionals and they really care and they’re doing a good job, they’re not overcharging, they’re not scammers.

I remember vividly they said, “Either Thursday or Friday, you’re going to come out of your fog and you’re going to feel better than you felt in years.” And I was like, oh, please be Thursday, not Friday. I woke up Thursday morning. Dude, I felt amazing. Charles and I, we went and had our purified, restructured [00:23:00] water. And then we went and drank our wheat grass shots, our green juices. We exercised. We did the infrared sauna. We did the hot cold plunge in the pool and the dip in the dead sea pool where they put dead sea minerals in for 10 minutes and you soaked that up.

We’re walking back to the house. I said, “Dude, do you feel as good as I do?” And he’s like, “Yeah.” I was like, “Dude, my brain is on fire. And my arms are tingling with energy. I can literally feel energy flowing through my body.” We’ve discovered the fountain of youth. This is amazing. This is what everybody wants. I’m like, “Dude, I can’t believe I’m going [00:23:30] to say this, but when we go back home I’m going to ditch all meat except for bacon, and I’m going to do this program with you, and you’re going to heal.”

And we did. That’s exactly what we did. We came back, we started growing a lot of sprouts and got into these living food deals. In a little over two and a half years, my friend healed himself of cancer with no chemo, no surgery, no radiation. He went from bankruptcy cancer diagnosis to thriving business. He actually got to see his son graduate high school. Did the father son weekend thing. We play [00:24:00] guitar now together from time to time. He’s still alive.

And my story, I came back, I dropped 42 pounds in 60 days. Got rid of all the skin issues. Everything was gone except that patch on my knee was pretty large. It took about eight months for that to go away. But I could feel my ribs again. I’ve been on a mission ever since, man. What else do I not know? And that’s how I got out of financial services industry to do this. My little brother died in a mountain bike accident. I said, you know what, life’s too short. If I’m going to go out, I’m going to go out doing what I love. I want to help people feel good as I do. Who cares if you have a bunch [00:24:30] of money if your health’s in the toilet. You can’t enjoy it. You can’t enjoy it.

I’d rather have ultimate health and no money than lots of money and no health. Because what people do is they make a lot of money or whatever, and then when a big health crisis happens they spend down all their money in a broken system trying to get a little bit of health back. To hell with that. I want really good health. I want to be a living example to my children. And that’s exactly what we did. I’ve had over 5,000 people to my house and these detox nutrition dinner classes, and juicing classes. We grew [00:25:00] sprouts for 40 to 50 cancer patients a week for quite some time. Now we do coaching, and do what you do. We have detox nutrition supplements and stuff like that.

Stu

Fantastic story. I can only imagine it in my mind’s eye all of the very, very different thoughts and processes and tips and tricks and strategies that you would’ve come out of after those months in there. So tell me about [00:25:30] the lifestyle changes then that you think made the most immediate difference to your health, but outside of nutrition. What other things?

Tim

Well, yeah, I mean, I would say, getting your clean air, fresh air, cracking your windows in your home, no matter even if it’s a snowstorm, especially when you’re sleeping or getting air purification systems. I mean, think about it. We do 20,000 breaths of air a day or more. If you look at, as far as human needs, air is the most important [00:26:00] thing. Because without it, you’re dead in four to seven minutes. So it’s definitely number one. Number two would then be water, which we learned about that. And all water’s polluted today. That’s what you got to purify it. And if you’re on city tap water, you have to restructure it so you can actually absorb it. Otherwise, you’re just going to drink a lot of water, pee a lot of water out.\When I got to restructuring unit behind my triple purifier, it changed my life again. Everyday, dude, I have arms tingling, brain on fire again times three what it was like at Hippocrates because I got this water [00:26:30] that’s restructured, it’s alkalized, and it actually charges molecular hydrogen.

Then there’s actually sleep. Sleep is next after water, very important, because without about 11 days without sleep you’re dead. Now, food, you can go a couple months without food, so it’s number four. And then you also need to move your body. That’s pretty important. Let me move this over here. Excuse [00:27:00] me. Number five, and after food would be your environment. That’s where you’re living, 5G, anything you’re exposed to, anything that comes into contact with your skin. A big takeaway that I got from the Institute was, you should not put anything on your skin if you can’t eat it.

Stu

Yeah. Yeah. I’ve heard that before.

Tim

That was a really powerful takeaway. Because if you can’t eat it, it’s going to absorb through your skin, it’s going to go right into the bloodstream, but you don’t have a liver [00:27:30] to filter it. The body line is anything that goes on your skin should be edible, and that pretty much eliminates 98% of products out there. It makes it easy to shop. You just have to find edible skin creams, makeups, that kind of stuff. Because the other shit’s toxic, man. And it bio accumulates.

Movement is another one that’s really important. If you don’t use your body, you lose it. Plus, it helps with sleep. It helps create serotonin, the happy juice. Movement moves our lymphatic system, [00:28:00] which is our garbage removal system. It only works on movement, air and oxygen. Excuse me, movement, water and oxygen. So we have to move our lymph system. The cardiovascular system’s pumped by the heart. We are the pump. Movement is the pump to move toxins out. Today, we need that more than ever.

I would say the next thing that I learned was relationship. Number one, having a good relationship with self, and loving self, and learning to just… The first step in enlightenment is just [00:28:30] forgiving yourself. Like one guy said, “If you want enlightenment, just lighten up.” Start with yourself. Start with yourself, and start on others. Understand and be compassionate. Because if other people are, quote unquote, harming you, you have to understand where do they come from? What happened to them? What was their childhood like? Who beat them? What happened? Were they molested? Did they have a bad experience? Or are they just having a bad day? Being more compassionate with people and opening [00:29:00] up your heart, that’s really important.

And then the last thing, I think, which is important is purpose. Having a purpose, having something to do when you wake up. A lot of people don’t have that today. They don’t know how to follow their excitement. I think a lot of it is societal programming. They just get down on themselves. They think I’m a loser. They got this negative loop going on. Why am I even here? Well, I can tell you one thing. Creation doesn’t make mistakes. Are [00:29:30] you going to tell me that creation made a mistake when creation made you? I don’t think so. So if you’re here, you are here for a reason, a very necessary reason. I believe it’s to follow your excitement in life. Because when people start following their excitement, synchronicity start happening in their life. The right person at the right place at the right time starts happening for you. And looking at things, if they’re, quote unquote, bad, they’re not bad. I [00:30:00]

Tim

I use the word contrast now. So if somebody slaps me in the face, I’m like, “Oh.” I mean, old redneck Tim might have punched him in the nose. That still might be a viable option for the circumstance, because I don’t want to get slapped again, but I’m going to do it with love, and I’m going to wonder what the hell is going on with this person? Why would they do that? Or maybe that contrast lets me know that that’s the type of person that I don’t want to be around anymore.

And thank you for showing me that because now I don’t want to be a person, I don’t want to be like that. So that contrast is powerful. [00:30:30] And again, then I look at the compassion component, which is like, “Why did they do that in the first place? How hurting are they? How much hurt do they have inside of them to do that to another human being or whatever.?”

So there’s a lot more that I’ve learned at the institute, and then afterwards that I’ve went down rabbit holes on, but it’s not just nutrition. It’s just like you said, that’s one component.

Stu

It’s just one pillar. I’m interested in what you said about purpose, because I do think that that is the driving force for pretty much everything. [00:31:00] And if you just feel like you’re ambling along without a purpose, then life can be pretty mundane. So what would you suggest to people who are confused in that space, don’t really know where they’re going, have no idea what they would really like to do? Have you got any techniques to help them find that purpose?

Tim

Yeah. I’ll share the technique that resonated with me. It might work for you, it might not. I’ve been using it in my coaching program. I was scared to [00:31:30] do it because I thought the people in my coaching program would think I’m crazy, but they implemented it, and then would come back two weeks later, every time they were like, “Dude, that last coaching session changed my life.”

I’ll share with you guys now, and the audience, what I share with my coaching students, when I was scared to tell people about it, because it was breaking out of the societal norms. So a lot of people, the word purpose has kind of been used a lot. Purpose, that’s a big one, or dreams, “Follow your dreams.” [00:32:00] A lot of people are like, “I don’t have a purpose. I don’t know what that is. Dreams, shit. My dreams are toast. I’ll never accomplish them, whatever.”

So the word that got me excited was excitement. Follow your highest excitement. So that’s a question to ask yourself, what excites you? Is there something that excites you? And it doesn’t have to be some big career thing. So what I’ve learned is that the map of our life, if we want to look at it, we have the physical mind; [00:32:30] and the physical mind, that’s here in this time, space, reality, pretty much clueless. It’s a recording device. It kind of helps us with some basic functions, but it doesn’t really know what to do.

The higher mind, that’s connect connected to God, His here… whatever your version of that is. I believe we’re all connected in that space, but you have your higher mind. The higher mind is communicating through you, through the conduit of imagination, and excitement of what to do.

So let’s say [00:33:00] it’s got the 30,000 foot view. It’s the view on the mountaintop, and you’re down in the valley, you’re in the weeds. You can’t see. And it’s like, “Hey, take a right. Don’t go left, because you’re going to fall in a hole.” “No, I’m going to go left.” Boom, you went in the hole, and your higher mind’s sitting there going, “Oh, come on, dust yourself off. Let’s go. Now, go to the right. I told you to go to the right.” “No, I’m not going to do it.” No, boom. There you go again.

The higher mind is you. It’s not going to do you wrong. So think about this, when you [00:33:30] feel excitement or joy, that’s the map. So after you get done listening to this talk today, with Stuart and myself, look around at what you have, gives you the most excitement, that you have the best ability to take action on, and go do that. Whatever that is, take action on it, until you can no longer take action on it. And then look around for the next thing that excites you the most, and take action on that.

Now this could be as simply as going for a walk, reading a book, calling a friend, calling a parent, whatever, [00:34:00] working on your career, working on yourself, whatever that is, do it. That excitement. One thing leads to the next, to the next. And what I figured out is, is that as humans, we’re like, “I’m at point A, and I want to go to point B. And I’m going to make the straightest path as a straight line.”

The problem is that when you’re trying to get from point A to point B in a straight line, it’s not your highest excitement. You’re going to be doing things a lot of the times, that you really don’t like. And it’s going to feel like walking in tar, [00:34:30] and you’re going to go really slow, and you’re going to get exhausted, and you’re going to burn yourself out. Whereas if you followed your highest excitement, it might be clear over here to the left. And you’re like, “But my goal’s over there.”

But wait, when you follow your highest excitement, you zip over there, and you go fast, and you build up momentum. And then you get there, and then you look around, “What’s the next thing?” “Oh, that thing over there,” zoom to the right, and to the left, up, down. And you’re going to end up going to point A to B, much faster. It’s going to be way more fun, [00:35:00] and these synchronicities will start happening. Again, the right people, the right place at the right time.

Dude, I’ve had so much stuff… I’ve actually never shared this on a podcast before. When I started doing this practice of following highest excitement, I’m telling you, this is the map. I don’t have a business plan. This has been my business plan. I’ve been in business for seven years, but the last three years, well, two years have been profitable, but it took me about a year to follow my highest excitement, and then my business blew up. That was my new business plan.

I threw everything out the window [00:35:30] and I just started following my highest excitement. So I’ll give you couple examples. I get done doing hot yoga. I go to the store to get some coconut water, raw coconut water. And it’s like $5.99, plus deposit or something. So it’s like $6.09. I had $100 bills and I had a five and a six. I didn’t have the pennies.

So I was like, “Oh, I’m going to have to break 100. And then I thought, “Oh, give a penny, take [00:36:00] a penny.” Do you guys have that in Australia?

Stu

No. What is that?

Tim

Like little change thing at the grocery store? So people have extra change. They throw it in a little bucket, and then if people need it, they grab it to make change. Whatever, just people do that all the time. That’s pretty much common place here in the states. I’ve always put change in there. I’ve never taken change out, my whole life. So I’m like, I got six bucks, and I was like, “Oh, take a penny. There’s a bunch of pennies in there.” And I was telling this girl about this, about following my excitement and da da da and all this stuff. I said, “Let me show you how it works.”

[00:36:30] I reached into that bucket of pennies, and I said, “Watch this,” and I flipped my hand open. I said, “Count those pennies.” And I needed nine by the way. She’s like, “1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9!” She goes, “How did you do that?” I said, “I’m following my highest excitement.”

When I was going through that process in my mind, old Tim was over there going, “It’s not going to work. It’s not going to work.” But dude, I had just finished yoga. I had been practicing this excitement muscle for a while now, and I said, “To hell with it, it works.” [00:37:00] And then I had nine pennies. And then she’s like, “What do you do for a living?” I said, “I help people ignite their highest excitement in life. And I do it through improving their health.” She’s like, “Can I have your card?”

And I’m like, “Sure.” And then the lady to the right of me, I didn’t even notice her. She was in the grocery store. She’s like, “I want your card too.” I’m telling you guys, this is the map. Now another time what happened was, I moved. I was close to downtown Portland at a waterfront there and I’m riding my bicycle and I looked and I was recently divorced, I’m single [00:37:30] and I’m looking over and there was this quiet little beach there and there was nobody on it.

I was like, “Wow.” And for some reason in my mind, I’m like, “I would love to be on that beach with a beautiful brunette Latino girl.” It popped into my mind. I’ve dated white girls, blue, green, black, white, yellow. I don’t care. People are people. If I’m attracted, I’m attracted. But that was what popped into my mind.

So I was riding the bicycle. I forgot about it. I go downtown to get dinner [00:38:00] at this yoga studio/raw food place and I get some food and the place is packed. And sitting there is this dark beautiful Latino girl and the only seat that was open was the one across from her and she’s studying.

So I went and got my food. I come, back and was like, “Hey, do you mind if I sit down?” She was like, “Oh, sure, go ahead.” We start talking and we get into this dialogue about highest excitement and all this stuff and then she’s like, “Where did you hear about this?” Because I mentioned Abraham Hicks.

I don’t know if you’re familiar with Abraham Hicks. She was [00:38:30] like, “My sister,” and I was like, “Nina.” We both said Nina at the same time. I started my journey from her sister. I knew her sister from a previous job. It’s a long story. And I was like, “What are you doing after?” She’s like, “Nothing really.”

I said, “Dude, I was just down at the waterfront. We have to go down to this beach, check it out.” She’s like, “Okay.” And she did. And all of a sudden that evening, I’m sitting down there on the beach, hanging out with this beautiful Latina girl. [00:39:00] Dude, this happens over and over. I’m telling you. It’s amazing when you start following your highest excitement.

And it could come in ways you have no idea how things will come to you. You have no idea. And it doesn’t have to be a money thing. Even though money, I believe is a valid form of abundance, again, in this time space, reality, there are other forms of abundance, but us humans, we have a way of thinking that money is the only way of abundance. And when we do that, we’re actually [00:39:30] locking and closing off all the other door ways of which abundance can come to us, be it somebody gifting us something or somebody being in the right place at the right time, all these other doors.

So I am completely open. I am open for all forms of abundance. I don’t have to pay for it. Sometimes I just let things happen. And it’s crazy how that stuff happens. So following your highest excitement to the best of your ability, whatever you can take action on, I believe truly that’s the map.

It’s completely transformed my life, my health and it actually helped [00:40:00] my relationship with my kids’ mom. We really didn’t like each other. We had a hardcore child custody battle, tens of thousands of dollars spent in attorneys, bad feelings. We hated each other basically.

And I went through that process and I just started being compassionate and loving her and she came home from work one night and I was over there with the kids hanging out and she was just exhausted and she said, “My back hurts.” And then she went in, then I was like, “Hey, I got these essential oils and stuff. Let me put some of this on your feet.”

And I was rubbing her feet [00:40:30] and she’s like, “Oh my God,” I rub her back and I hated her and she hated me. And then she’s like nothing happened. And then something happened again. I did the same thing for her. I kind of gave her a massage while I was over there.

And my time with my kids is very valuable, but I spent some time with her. And then all of a sudden she was massaging my back while I was hanging out with the kids, And then I rebuilt that relationship, dude. And from me healing that relationship with her, it healed our children.

Stu

Right. Yeah.

Tim

They needed it so bad, [00:41:00] because they love me. They love their dad, they love their mom and it was killing them to see us hating on each other. And when I was able to change myself, my world changed. And that’s exactly what happened. And it brought our family back together even though not romantically, but we’re good friends now and we can communicate, we don’t hate each other and it really healed those kids. It was awesome.

Stu

That’s an amazing story. I’m just [00:41:30] thinking about people that are listening to this right now and they’re in a bad place in terms of, they are following the standard commercialized diet. They’re not sleeping well, they have toxic relationships, they don’t move. They just don’t know where to start but everything feels wrong. In that instance, where would we start? Where should we go to even think about trying to change something? What would you recommend?

Tim

Well, we have these things, I call [00:42:00] the core four secrets. And I sold a lot of juicers for juicing companies, because remember I had all those thousands of people over my house and I made fresh juice and they called me up for two, three days afterwards like, “Dude, I still have energy from that one meal and those juices.” So they started buying juicers.

But the problem was is that a month to three months later, the juicer was under the cupboard and they weren’t using it anymore. And I was upset. I’m like, “Dude, I put a lot of effort out. You came over, you saw what happened to me, you saw what happened to Charles. He healed himself of cancer right in front of my face. [00:42:30] Why aren’t you doing this?”

They said, “Look, I don’t have time, it’s too complicated, it’s too expensive and I don’t want to clean that damn juicer.” That’s what it boiled down to. So I was like, “Okay, what do you want?” So they said, “I want something simple. It’s got to be easy. That’s it. Simple and easy.”

So I went back and I came up with three things. Three things that I thought of that people could do with the least amount of effort that would produce the most results and get the baby steps going, get the ball rolling up the hill so [00:43:00] we can build up that snowball and then roll it down the other side, once the momentum got going and they could never stop. They got so much momentum going.

I added later added a fourth. We call our core four secrets. Core secret number one is you drink half your body weight in liquid ounces of purified water daily. So I know you guys are going to have to do a conversion over there. I’m sorry. I’m not mathematically inclined to that.

Stu

I’ll Google ounces.

Tim

Yeah. You drink a bunch of good clean water. You want clean water and if you’re on city tap water, it has to be restructured because the molecules [00:43:30] get coagulate in those high-pressure pipes. Less than 5% of the population’s doing this. I had one lady, do it, Carol, she dropped 50 pounds in eight months simply by adding water into her life and drinking it first thing in the morning.

So that’s huge. Your body’s mostly made of water. Your brain’s 80% water, your bones are even 22% water. So we need water. And it’s one of the main reasons why we have all that impacted fecal material because the first place our body goes for water is the colon. If it needs it for the brain or the blood under the lymph. And that’s why we have these dried colons. They’re getting impacted, because we’re low on water. [00:44:00] So top off the tank, game changer. Less than 5% of the population’s doing it so 95% of you listening have major improvements here. It’s exciting.

Core secret number two, chew your food until liquified. Mom was right. When we chew our food, we secrete enzymes out of our mouth. We have two ducts in the upper mouth and four in the lower mouth that secret these enzymes, amylase and lipase. These break down our starches and our fats.

So most of digestion actually takes place in the mouth. Those enzymes then go into the stomach and then they finish digestion there. [00:44:30] And that’s where, if you chew your food well, you’re going to get digestion and absorption of nutrients. If you don’t your food well, you’ll get what I had, which is leaky gut. You’ll get fermentation and gut rot slowly.

Not a lot, but slowly every day, week after week, month after month, year after year, you’re eroding those intestinal villi, those little hairlike structures and you’re destroying them. And if you’re insides look terrible, then you’re outside looks terrible. I get a lot of comments on my skin now and I’m 48. Why? Because I take care of [00:45:00]

Tim

… My gut. So, if you love your gut, you’re going to love your skin. It’s the best skin care you could ever do. Less than 4% of the population’s doing the chewing deal. All right. Plus, Dr. Gabriel Cousins showed us that when you masticate your teeth, the Meridian points are stimuli. You can actually increase your serotonin or your happy juice by 500%.

Stu

Wow.

Tim

There is no pharmaceutical drug or even supplement that I know of that you can do that. So one of the best happy juices for depression is just chewing your fricking food well. So, so many reasons to chew your food.

Core secret number three, now [00:45:30] you’re drinking lots of water, you’re chewing your food well, you want to avoid liquids with meals. Less than 2% of the population is doing this. Why? Because you just worked really hard to put all those enzymes in there to digest your food. If you drink purified restructured water or beer or wine or apple juice or whatever liquids, you’re going to dilute those digestive enzymes and go right back to fermentation and gut rot. What we don’t want. So the rule of thumb is stop drinking an hour before you eat and wait two hours after you’re done eating and then drink a lot of liquids again.

The last one I added was doing [00:46:00] some deep breaths for one to two minutes before you eat. Now, why on earth would you want to do that? Would you agree that we live in a stressed out society?

Stu

Yes.

Tim

Absolutely. Even before COVID we were super stressed. Okay. So even if you don’t think you’re stressed out, you are, okay? And your body, even if you don’t think you are, your body thinks it’s being chased by a saber tooth tiger. That old adage, right?

Stu

Yeah.

Tim

You are in fight or flight mode. When you’re in fight or flight mode the blood leaves the organ systems and goes to your extremities, your arms, legs, hands [00:46:30] and feet to fight or flight, to run. Get out of there. The bear’s going to get you, right? So you’re not going to digest your food well because you’re supposed to be running. These are the chemical processes going on when you’re in a fight or flight response. So simply by taking a deeper breath in through your nose like this pause at the top and then release out through the mouth. Just a nice long slow flow. Pause at the bottom, back in through the nose, [00:47:00] suspend the breath, release out through the mouth. Just this process.

And here’s the deal in the nose, out the nose, in the mouth, out the mouth, five seconds at the top, two seconds to the bottom, two seconds top, three…. It doesn’t matter. Deep slow breaths for one to two minutes, the blood will rush back into the organ systems. You’ll come out of fight or flight mode and you’ll go into what’s called rest and digest mode. Going from parasympathetic to sympathetic nervous system mode and you can actually digest your food. [00:47:30] Less than 1% of the population’s doing that.

Now again, how do I know this works? Because I’ve been practicing it myself for 11 years. I’m not perfect, but I’ve been getting better and better and better at it for 11 years. Pretty good at it now. We teach it. We preach it. Our coaching students privately are you using it. It’s working for them. We have a group community that uses them and we ship products all over the world. And we have people in Australia and New Zealand and Ireland and they order products but because of COVID, there could be two weeks to a month before the stuff gets there. But [00:48:00] we literally get emails every day, “hey, I’m feeling better. My gas and bloating’s improving. My energy’s up. My mental fog’s better, blah, blah, blah”. They don’t even have the products yet, that’s how I know it works. Because when we ask them what are you doing? They’re like, “well, I’m doing the breath work and I’m chewing my food”, or-

Stu

Yeah.

Tim

They’re just doing one thing, two things, three things are all four. So we think that’s where people should start. And when they go to our website they can get a whole, I have a whole… I don’t know if they’ve got that ebook up yet, but there’s a free gift for everybody that goes to the website. And that book will be up soon for people to get their [00:48:30] hands on.

Stu

Fantastic. That’s a great quick start guide. I’m going to download that myself. Give it a go. What could possibly go wrong?

Tim

Yeah. It’s awesome dude, it really works.

Stu

That is amazing. Well, look, we’re kind of coming up on time, but I just wanted to jump into a couple of questions about yourself in terms of your daily non-negotiables, they might be the practices that you follow each and every day in order to crush the day, to truly win the day. And maybe you’ve spoken about a lot of them here, maybe there are [00:49:00] some curve balls in there that we haven’t, and I’m talking about maybe sunlight on your eyeballs.

Tim

Very important. Yeah. Can’t go wrong with that.

Stu

Mobile phone use that kind of stuff-

Tim

I have some non-negotiables. Number one is I get two green juices in a day.

Stu

Right.

Tim

I don’t miss. I have a green juice in the morning and I have another green juice on an empty stomach and I do another one empty stomach, about half an hour to an hour before dinner. Never miss.

Stu

What’s your green juice consist of?

Tim

Well, the fresh pressed juice is [00:49:30] cucumber celery and then we grow a lot of sprouts. So most people listening are probably not going to do this because we grow sunflower and pea sprouts and we juice those.

Stu

Okay.

Tim

And then I put a scoop of our green powder in or they could throw your green powder in.

Stu

Yeah.

Tim

But you want to just… We’re flooding the body. The reason why is because we have to replace what’s missing in the soils today. 85% of the nutrients is gone in the soil. People have to do that. You have to replace those minerals, nutrients and vitamins, all that stuff so your cells can have the building blocks to do what they need to [00:50:00] do. And then by doing that you shut off all the hunger cravings because you’re just not as hungry, your body’s got what it wants, you don’t need to eat as much food, your grocery bill drops, so that’s a big one. Another one that’s big that I’ve been really talking about lately is… I’ll ask you a question. So how do you have a successful day? How do you start your successful day?

Stu

Well, my successful day starts if I’ve had a good sleep. So, my successful day kind of starts the evening before just by my sleep routine.

Tim

That’s [00:50:30] it. You got it. You’re the first person to get it.

Stu

Okay.

Tim

So what we do is if we have somebody they’re like, “oh, I’m a night owl” or whatever. It’s like, okay, what time do you go to bed? “Midnight”, I’m like, okay, so our goal’s going to be 10:00 PM but I know you can’t do that right now, so we’re going to set the goal at 11:30.

Stu

Right.

Tim

Right? We move it 30 minutes and then whatever time they get up, if they get up at 6:30, then we get them up at 6. So we just at least tweak it a half an hour and we stick with that.

Stu

Yep.

Tim

So the goal is now 11:30 is the bedtime. So we have them set a reminder for that, but we have them set another [00:51:00] reminder at 10:30. And that reminder says prepare for rest.

Stu

Yes.

Tim

And at 10:30 all electronics are off. We make sure they crack their window. We make sure that they turn the lights down. The cheap hacks are stuff like just going in and take a one minute shower, just let the water rinse over you, dry off, get into bed, put some Roman camomile in the essential oil diffuser or lavender, put some lavender on your toe. There’s things you can do. Read a book, [00:51:30] wind down.

Stu

Yeah.

Tim

Let the melatonin start kicking in. Stay off the blue screens completely and start preparing. So your morning starts when you start preparing for bed. So that’s another non-negotiable. Also water intake is a non-negotiable for me. I just flood the crap out of myself with water. It’s powerful. Especially the water… I have the best water in the world, I think. I’ve went through six systems and I’ve got… I just can’t wait to drink it because dude, [00:52:00] when I drink this water, it’s like you’re getting high. I’m high on water every day. When you have really good restructured water you’ll get 80% more absorption of the food and nutrients you’re eating and the supplement nutrients you’re taking. So you’re maximizing your supplementation, you’re maximizing your food and you’re giving your body what it needs. So I like to be on high on water.

So I was a little close minded for a while because I had the water purification system and this gal Danousha she was trying to open my eyes to the restructured water and alkalines and other stuff. And I knew about the unit but I thought [00:52:30] that was only for cancer patients and I had no idea about the restructuring, I didn’t go deep into it. And the molecular hydrogen, it’s really powerful stuff. So if anybody wants to they can talk. I used to give out Danousha’s email, but we get all these emails, “how do you spell Danousha?”

Stu

Yeah.

Tim

So I-

Stu

Good luck with that.

Tim

We actually built a landing page for her. It’s mypurifiedwater.com. So if you want to get your water right you can go talk to Danousha like I did.

Stu

Okay.

Tim

But those are some of my hacks or some of my non-negotiables. [00:53:00] And meditation is another nonnegotiable. And now another nonnegotiable that’s been a non-negotiable that’s went on and off a non-negotiable, but that’s reading my spiritual books.

Stu

Right. Right. Excellent.

Tim

Now I’m in the nonnegotiable mode right now and it feels really good. So nothing’s ever perfect guys. Nothing’s ever perfect. Just give yourself a hug if you fell off the wagon a little bit, it’s not that big of a deal. Just get back up. That’s that’s what it takes for winning.

Stu

That’s right. Find [00:53:30] out what your levers are and just rinse and repeat, keep doing it until it becomes a habit and then I think that’s half the battle, just building into your habitual cycle. So what’s next for Tim James? What have you got on the radar?

Tim

Well, we’re launching a couple new products which I haven’t launched one since last year.

Stu

Okay.

Tim

So that’s exciting. We have a mushroom complex coming out for mental clarity mood [00:54:00] and immune system. And then we actually have another product coming out for totally focused on immunity and virus protection.

Stu

Yeah.

Tim

But it has got vitamin C and vitamin D3 and vitamin A and zinc and [inaudible 00:54:16] and a couple other things too. But we’re just doing it unlike anybody else is doing it with as far as all the… I’m building it for myself. One thing, for me, is I build all the products for me.

Stu

Yeah.

Tim

And I do not cut corners or costs [00:54:30] or anything like that. So it’s like, I want the best going into my body. And like I said, we’re just a small family owned business and we just do our thing over here. So if it works for me, then we share it with our coaching clients and our community. And then we usually release it after that out to the general public so we have feedback and stuff.

Stu

Fantastic. And for all of our listeners that want to get more about you, we didn’t touch on your podcast, but I know that you’ve got a truck load of information there and some fantastic guest conversations as well. So [00:55:00] where can we send them for all of that?

Tim

Yeah. Everything’s easiest, just you can find us at chemicalfreebody.com.

Stu

Right.

Tim

That’s chemicalfreebody.com. My podcast is called the health hero show. And I’d say probably in the last two years the two biggest hacks that I’ve learned that have really benefited my life, I actually got to interview the owners of the companies, was episode 61 Phil Wilson and these new infrared saunas. Well, they’re not new. They were new to me.

Stu

Yep.

Tim

I was a sauna dealer and I stopped selling the units that I’ve sold for nine years. This is how powerful this [00:55:30] one unit is.

Stu

Wow.

Tim

Pushed heavy metals… Dude, I have heavy metals like pouring out of my body. I have all this gray stuff in my towel now. It’s been going on for five months. The other saunas didn’t do it. And then I did these magnesium foot soaks. So episode 56. So episodes 56 and 61. And then the beginning, I had a bunch of episodes where I went one on one, went deep into fasting and detox, nutrition and proper food combining. Episode 48’s really cool because I went into sprouting in detail for about an hour and 20 minutes on how sprouting can increase your nutrition up to 800%.

But if people want to check [00:56:00] that kind of stuff out, like I said, we have products, I would always say go to our savings bundles and get a discount. And then at check out you can get an additional 5% off just type in health sessions at checkout and that way you guys can get a double discount, we have a double your money back guarantee on all of our products. And if something doesn’t work, we’ll refund your money. It’s not that big of a deal and then we’ll just sometimes we go to other companies and like Stuart’s and like, “okay, use his stuff. He doesn’t have that [00:56:30] one ingredient that caused your allergic reaction, so over here”. That does happen in 2 to 5% and you have to do it that way.

So they’re just a small part of our toolkit. And there’s so many other things that don’t cost money.

Stu

Yes.

Tim

Chewing your food, avoiding liquids with meals, doing the breath work. There’s so many things that I’ve learned that are so basic and so simple people don’t realize how profound they really are, but they’re just not being taught out there.

Stu

Yeah. Oh absolutely. And many of them [crosstalk 00:56:59] come from nature, right? [00:57:00] And nature doesn’t cost. Get out there, get some sunshine, move your body.

Tim

Yeah. Sunshine. That’s great man.

Stu

Yeah, it sure is. That’s fantastic. Well, look, Tim, I will put all of the information that we’ve spoken about today in the show notes. So everybody can click and whizz over into your ecosphere and delve into your wealth of knowledge and information and resources. But certainly from today, thank you so much for your time. It’s been a thoroughly enjoying enjoyable conversation. I could talk for hours on this subject and [00:57:30] yeah, keen to connect in the future for sure.

Tim

Well, if you want to, man, you can have me back on we’ll just keep the conversation going. I really enjoy talking with you.

Stu

All right. Let’s do it. Thank you so much. We’ll speak to you soon.

Tim

Bye bye.

 

Tim James

This podcast features Tim James.Tim is the founder of chemicalfreebody.com and the host of the Health Hero Show. He has a mission to help people put themselves in the health first and supports their transformations with articles, videos, coaching, and arrange of natural products. In this episode, we discussed the... Read More
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