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It’s Monday. I hope everyone had a fabulous weekend here in Northern Colorado. It was a nice one. The Sun was out, it was hot, got lots of stuff done around the homestead this weekend and got a lot of studying done too. I I feel like this past weekend. A weekend of research for me. I’m always looking into the new topics and trying to discover new information and interesting stuff to bring to you for naturally inspired podcast and also for of course, this show naturally inspired radio and I just you know I’m. I’m just seeing the walls. Of allopathic standard medical healthcare in this country crumble. And as I watch it. I keep going back to the tried and true researchers and authors that I learned from, you know, decade and a half ago when I first started reading their stuff, thinking, wow, this is this is crazy. I can’t believe that this is. This is the truth here. This is, you know, this is so. Empowering and exciting to learn. I thought everybody would want to learn about it, but it turns out. It’s taken a long, long, excruciating, painful journey to get to today where we see the walls kind of crumbling down and only crumbling down because of, of course, our life experience. It just reiterated to me that our life experience. Trump’s all other forms of information that we. See, I wrote a piece for it on my sub stack recently. If you haven’t subscribed there, I have head over there and subscribe. I’m putting out some really good stuff. I think that would help a lot of people if we could just bring a little bit more understanding to what’s happened. I think we will. It will advance us further along in our journey. To maintain bodily sovereignty and and freedom and all the other stuff that we’re dealing with and facing these. So I just wrote about experience and how powerful our own life experience ends up being in our lives. Even though you know people can tell us things and they can show us information and we can read the studies, nothing is more powerful than what you experience. And if all you experience. Is the allopathic standard medical model, and that’s what you’ve come to rely on. It’s very difficult to make a shift out of that until. Something happens and you realize that hey. Maybe there’s a different way I could be doing this when that model lets you down or doesn’t bring you the results that you want. That’s when you start to consider an alternative, right? Something something must be better than this and. In in the realm of of psychiatric care, we’re seeing that just completely come undone. And it’s fascinating. At the same time, we’re seeing all of the fallout from COVID and the and the, you know, mismanagement of COVID in terms of. Trying to treat people before the rollout of the vaccine and all of that stuff. So it’s just a really interesting time. To be alive and. And yeah, you could have never predicted it. Today I’ve got some stuff to. Talk about a great. Show I’m going to talk about this psychiatric and disorder and disease and chemical imbalance lies that we’ve been that have been pushed upon us for long, long time. And just how much the truth about that is coming out and we’re going to dive into a little bit of Robert Whitaker, who’s a medical journalist that’s been talking about this for a long time. And that’s something I really want to point out is that thank goodness that these people like Robert Whittaker and and you know, these dedicated physicians, you know, I I traced some papers back to 1970. About how chemical imbalance and you know this psychiatric disorder is not a mental condition. Back to the 1970s. You know, so it’s interesting because that’s why it’s so important that we act today to stop things that are happening that we know are wrong. Because if we allow them to slide by, we’re looking at decades now, decades of victims of Big pharma with psychotropic medications. That never really helped the problem in the first place. So when you look at it from that perspective, you think it’s worth it, right? It’s it’s worth being ostracized a little bit by putting your opinion out there by planting a little seed in someone else’s mind about how maybe maybe there might be a better way to deal with your health than just taking on the. The Big Pharma prescription or doing that procedure or what? Never there is another way. So that was very interesting. Also, 13 nations count them. 1313 nations have now agreed to abolish farming. Yeah, they’re just not going to. Do it anymore. So these headlines. These days, just crack you up, right? OK. How you going to eat? Well, I’m sure there will be lots of importation of fake meat and crickets.
Maybe I don’t.
No, but thirteen nations have agreed to. A ball abolished. Farming, there’s a sad story in the news today about fad diets. If you listen to me for long enough, you know I am not a fan of the latest and greatest fat diet and this poor young soul has has actually. Passed away because she’s followed a pretty harsh vegan raw food diet. And so we’re going to touch on that. Then we’re going to get into some health tips. What you need to know about your liver and the food that you’re eating and how that affects your, how that affects your. Health and we’re going to go into lifestyle stuff again, you know, it’s just so important to recognize that lifestyle truly is the way to pet to health. And then of course, I’m going to leave you with an inspirational moment, because I always love to leave you with something positive because there’s lots to be positive about you are. Fully made and fully capable, and so that should be very exciting. And I have a little reminder for you about that. So let’s get started with this first top story. I want to hit at and that is this. This idea of psychiatric disorders and diseases being a chemical imbalance. And we talked about this several times on naturally inspired podcast. We’ve had different physicians on, like Doctor Roger Mcfarlin and many more that have expressed their concern about the epidemic of mood disorders and the epidemic of psychiatric. Disorders in our country, it seems as though. It’s difficult to find someone who hasn’t been diagnosed with something like ADHD or ADHD or bipolar or depression or. All of these. Labels and there’s new ones that seem to be coming out all the time. You know this neurodivergent. And all of these different ones, this is a. This is a signal from us as a population that things are not going well if we continue to have, you know, the uptick in in diagnosis like these along with new diagnosis being at. This is a. This is a signal that, hey, we’re not doing something right. And even though we continue to pump out products that are the latest and greatest in terms of making you feel happy and have, you know everyone’s, it’s totally fine to be on multiple medications even from a very young. Age to control the way you feel. It’s not worth. It’s not working because we have access to these medications more now than ever they are. They have become unstick matizes. I mean, people have social media accounts completely based on their diagnosis on their ADHD. So it’s not a stigma anymore. What’s happening? Let’s talk about it. This is naturally inspired radio. I’m Cuthbert Garcia.
Ever since the fire was, I’m going to Jackson.
It’s Monday. Welcome back.
Yeah, I’m going. We gotten married in a fever hotter than a pepper sprouts we’ve been talking.
We’re back. You’re listening to naturally inspired radio. Visit naturallyinspiredradio.com and get plugged into this community. We are constantly putting out information and answering questions and we are here for you, so make sure you plug into us. You can get all of that great information. We’re just talking about this topic of psychiatric disorders, mood, mood disorders, mental illness in general, and it’s correlation. That has been made for now decades that these types of. Conditions come from your genetics that they come from, you know something you cannot control and that it’s a chemical imbalance. And of course, you know, a chemical imbalance can only be remedied by a a prescription that that then. Is, you know it’s in. It’s implied that that will balance out your chemical imbalance. There’s no test. You know, there’s no diagnostic tests that like you don’t have an MRI that shows that, hey, your brain is ADHD. D Those tests aren’t. That’s not how you people get diagnosed with these conditions, right? It’s it’s rather subjective it. It comes in in a large part because someone thinks they’re ADHD. They think they have trouble concentrating and so this translates into a diagnosis now and they go. In kind of with the notion that, hey, I must be ADHD because I can’t. I can’t concentrate. And this model really, you know, facilitates the power of of that Big Pharma has with products right because products psychiatry is largely based on products, right? Here’s the remedy. So you have this going on, here’s the pill for that. Of course there’s cognitive. Therapy and whatnot. But I’m talking specifically about psychiatry, where they prescribe medications for mental disorders and and things of that nature for the chemical. It’s it’s all a scam. It’s all a scam and people have been talking about it for decades and now we find ourselves in a position where it’s completely acceptable for young people to be on multiple prescriptions based on their feelings. So I was listening recently to Kelly Brogan and she’s a huge advocate in this area, so I want to share this clip with you today from her where she kind of explains a little bit about that. Take a listen.
A lot of the science says that condemns the pharmaceutical approach. What are you going to do instead? You just invested $200,000 of debt, blood, sweat and tears, indentured servitude for like, a decade of your training. You’re going to give that up, you know, so it’s a lot to expect the average psychiatrist to acknowledge. You know anything beyond what’s called like consensus medicine? Called that because it. Doesn’t even have a connection to the evidence. It’s not evidence based, it’s just they all agree on it and they’re just going to keep. Doing it, you know.
So this consensus that you don’t criticize the the system that everybody’s operating under, you just work within that system?
Yeah, why would?
You bother, you know, because just going. To get you. It’s going to be uncomfortable for you.
It’s gonna get you in trouble.
That podcast was Joe Rogan podcast from like 2016 or 17. I think it is so my point is that these people have been on the field warning warning others for a long time and this isn’t new that this notion of of a chemical imbalance. Causing your mood disorder is is false. It isn’t new, it’s taken so long for people to understand this concept and now and now which which is most interesting. Interesting is the fact that because. If we’re at such a peak level of mistrust in the allopathic medical model in this country, people are starting to listen to a lot of other things. And that’s really an interesting point that we’ve hit because we know now that therapies were suppressed that and and indirect and the direct reason for therapies being suppressed during COVID was because you cannot roll out an emergency use product. Like an M RNA vaccine. Or shot when there is viable treatment available. You cannot do it. You cannot roll out an emergency use product if there is a viable treatment available, and so that has really led to the probably the highest mistrust in our medical system that we’ve ever seen in this country. Because people realize that now the shots never did what they said they were going to do, and now we are seeing the fallout of those shots with injuries like blood clots and myocarditis, which we’ve talked to many experts on this show about in recent weeks. So that’s a fact that that is happening. So that mistrust now is kind of crumbling the rest of the walls around this, this system, because what else? Are they lying about? Right. What and and and rightfully so, what else are they lying about? This idea of consensus? Right. And there there’s been other researchers and scientists, one that I’m thinking of recently. That said, you know, he wasn’t really interested in the outside. Opinions and ideas that went up against the consensus he was interested in the consensus he’s interested in in consensus. That was his main concern, that everybody you know, agreed upon something. Well, how do we get to the truth if we are only concerned about consensus? That’s that’s ridiculous. That’s ridiculous. But that is what we’re dealing with. And in a large part, that is what we’re dealing with in the medical community that there’s there’s this unspeakable information that exists and has existed for decades. Since you know as far back as 1970 in this case I was able to find research papers back in from the 70s that, you know, refuted this idea that mental illness was coming from chemical imbalance. And because of consensus. That information was just thrown to the wayside, and now here we are, 2023 and we see children on multiple polypharmacy. For mood disorders and for other, you know, feelings. That are not convenient. So it’s just mind blowing really, it is just mind, mind blowing. And how could this happen? Well, it happens because, you know, just like Kelly just described, you go through medical school, you get 200 thousand, $250,000 in debt and then, you know, there’s an assumed body of knowledge. You know, there’s not a lot of time being spent on things like nutrition in medical school. There’s not even a lot of time spent on vaccine education in medical school. It just doesn’t happen. And so there’s a lot of assumed knowledge that comes out of medical school. And then when people get into clinical practice. That’s when they start applying the knowledge and they a lot of them find that people don’t actually get better with this system. Because they’re not looking at the root cause of disease, the root cause of the problem, their whole, their whole body of knowledge is is based on this assumed model of truth. And now we’re at a point where we finally get to start questioning this stuff. And these people, you know, like, like Kelly Brogan. And this next clip, I’m going to play for you, Robert Whitaker. They’ve been shouting this from the mountain tops now for quite a long time and it’s. Really time that we listen. Check out this next clip. This is Robert Whittaker. He’s actually a medical journalist and his book anatomy of an epidemic really sheds light on this whole. Take a listen.
And I would say that virtually no patient, no person who’s who’s been prescribed A psychiatric drug has given informed consent in the last I don’t know, 30-5 years. Because they haven’t been informed of the risks, they haven’t been. They’ve been given so often a a false story about what the problem is and. What the drug does? The inform the chemical balance story is just a violation, obviously, of conformed consent because you’re told you have something wrong with you. This fixes it and it’s not true, and the most amazing thing I saw of this. So then the the chemical balance story has fallen apart. OK. And then some psychiatrists, such have been asked, well, why did you tell patients? This, and Danny Charlot is a psychiatrist here in the Massachusetts area, gave, I thought, an honest answer, he said. Well, no patient, we don’t really believe it’s true, but no patient wants to think we don’t know what we’re doing. So it it helps them think they would know what we’re doing.
It helps them think we know what they’re doing. You know they want to provide you a solution and that’s the solution they know about. That’s the solution they have from their assumed body of knowledge. You know, this is a mainstream idea now that you know mood disorders and such are not caused by chemical imbalance, I even found. Articles in Psychology Today about this now. So what does that mean for people who have been on this medication? For, you know, decades, some people have been on this medication for decades. Do not go off your medication unsupervised. That you know, just because the medication didn’t do doesn’t do what you were told it did. Like it doesn’t fix your chemical imbalance, doesn’t mean it’s not doing anything. To your body. And that doesn’t mean that you should just go off the medication unsupervised. I read some, you know, really powerful stories and looked at some evidence that these particular drugs can be so incredibly difficult to detox from, to come off of and. And they are. They are likened to being harder to come off of than. Because the body is so toxified from them, that doesn’t mean you can’t do it. But that means that you need to seek help doing it. So find a practitioner that’s experienced in come in and helping people get off these medications. It’s going to be a process, but it’s going to be a worthy. You know it’s. It’s it’s. I think there’s going to be a bigger need in the marketplace for people who are educated in the field of of true behavior therapy, because this whole thing is just falling apart. And as it should, as it should, definitely please seek a practitioner. That understands the power of nutrition when it comes to your. Still, health understands the the the impact of overconsumption of processed foods and sugar that understands lack of nutrients, lack of movement, lack of sun, lack of purpose in life. All of these types of things impact your mental health. And if you have a practitioner that you know is still adhering to this gene theory when it comes to mental illness like you have a mental illness gene, and that’s why you have mental illness, you need to branch out and find a new practice. They are working from an outdated model, a very outdated model, and you will not benefit from that at all. Let’s move on to this other story about the 13 nations that have agreed now to abolish food to save the planet. Just when you think things can’t get any crazier. You have people. Who have decided that they’re so committed to the climate crisis that they actually are going to abolish farming altogether. So it is. It is pretty terrifying. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Germany, all of these people. All of these countries are, you know, pledging to reduce farming in their countries and to abolish, you know, these these tactics, these farming tactics that they think are causing, you know, the climate crisis. Oh my goodness, if you’re familiar with patterns, you know, if you’re like me and you like to kind of follow patterns, you can see that the entire COVID narrative that was pumped. Out with the. Lockdowns and the and the fear and the numbers and you know. Of of people. Dying and all that stuff that was going on. On TV during COVID, you’re now seeing that same model applied to the climate crisis. Right. You’re going to start hearing about climate deaths. We’ve we’ve seen a couple of those in the news already that the first person has died of a climate climate change death. And these this is a pattern because it is a, it is a propaganda system. That has been perfected and so they will continue to use the same model to get people drive people into the funnel so that they can respond in the way they want them to. It’s all part of the system you’re listening to. Naturally inspired. Radio. We’ll be right. Back after this short message. You’re listening to naturally inspired radio. Head on over to naturallyinspiredradio.com and make sure you sign up for our newsletter and so you can get all informed on all of the information that we talked about. And here you can always get the clips we use and the articles that I’m referring to. It’s a great resource, just make sure you get. Signed up. So we’re. Just we’re talking about this, you know, 13 countries that have decided they’re no longer going to farm. What does that mean for us? What does that? Mean for us it. It It brings me back to one of the first shows I did here on KNC 1360 on Saturdays. For for naturally inspired radio, we’re talking about Maurice Strong. He was one of he was like. What they call the. Godfather of climate change. He was the one. That really and. He was an oil tycoon, a Canadian oil type. And he really coined this whole idea of climate change and pushing it. He was really backed by the Club of Rome. And it’s one of those secret societies, you know, where all of these real rich, elite people decide they’re going to drive traffic towards a certain economy, and they all benefit from it. He was one of those, and this whole climate change thing was put, which came out of basically, you know, the UN’s agenda. The UN backed agenda. Of you know, the 17 sustainable goals and whatnot and he was kind of the grandfather of that. And and it’s interesting now because a lot of this information you can pull up from years ago and and then you see it unfolding right in front of our eyes. We recently had a guest on Jeff from Canada, Jeff from savecanada.com. And he was he very clearly, you know, pointed out all of the different. Initiatives to, you know, do these 15 minute cities to get rid of cars to just digitally box us in to these small sectors and it it it, it just continues you know it’s a long time agenda that is is very prevalent today. One particular man, Dennis Meadows. He’s the he’s an author of the Limits to growth and he’s from the Club of Rome. This is a quote from him recent. Or from his book. Rather we can have 1 billion people with freedom, or 9 billion slaves. We’re at over 7 billion right now. So we need to bring that down to 1 billion. I hope that cooling can be peaceful and slow and equal between rich and poor. And that’s Dennis meadows. From the club of Rome, this agenda is a depopulation agenda. It really is. I didn’t want to believe it myself from the beginning, but there’s no other. To to to explain these motives. You know they’re they’re really, they’re really aiming to, to not make us, you know, thrive and and be healthy. But to live sick and weak. And it just if once you know. You see. There’s just there’s no not seeing it anymore, and this whole climate agenda will be the big push, you know, now that they have kind of switched gears into climate, we’re going to see, you know, more regulation around the things that they have claimed that cause, you know, all the carbon in the world. Which, you know, curiously happened to be a lot of things that we, you know, ground to in nature like animals and. And you know, just getting outside and and and exploring nature and connecting to it. It it’s it’s really a sick agenda and you have to be we really have to be mindful with how we’re spending our money. There’s nobody coming to save us on on on this initiative here. No one’s going to get in the way and stop it. It has to be us as consumers that stop it, we will be the ones that stop buying. And supporting the agenda and so that means we have to kind of detach from all that they’re pushing towards us and make critical decisions. About you know the coming the coming agendas when they tell us, you know. Oh, it’s it’s. A high climate day. It’s a high climate day. That means you have to stay in. You can’t drive today. You can’t. You can’t go anywhere because it’s a it’s a high climate day, and you may think that sounds ridiculous. But that, my friends, is coming. That is, that is coming and is probably already. Here, quite honestly, as we see all of this stuff unfold with 15 minute cities and whatnot and they’re, they will control the food supply and that is, you know, that is the agenda. They’ll control all of the food, whether it’s fake meat or crickets or, you know, processed foods. There’ll be very little choice in this utopia. They think they’re creating. There’ll be very little choice. So we have to stand up now and make sure we’re not spending our dollars with them because that’s how you cut them off as you stop buying their junk. You stop buying their junk. It’s not about more laws, and it’s not about someone stepping in. To save us. It is about personal responsibility and the choices we’re making on a day-to-day basis that will be able to create the change we want to see. In the news of FAD diets, and if you know me, you know. I am not. The advocate of all of these different diets, you know, go on the keto diet, go on the vegan diet, go on the vegetarian diet. Go on this diet, that diet. The problem I have with all those diets is is usually when people gravitate towards the diet like that, they’re looking for quick results because they’ve created a pretty big problem and they’re looking for a quick solution to fix it because it’s become so uncomfortable to be where they are. With their current results that they really want it fixed fast and unfortunately there is no quick fix for something you’ve created in a long term way. We don’t, we don’t show up with, you know, poor health results in 24 hours, 48 hours, even 3 weeks, right? It’s it’s not that way. It’s a cumulative over time to get us in the position that we’re at, where the body finally says no more. I’m going to start signaling to you. You have a problem. And we want that we expect and we want that problem to be solved immediately, because that’s what we’ve been taught through marketing, right? Because when you can solve a problem quickly, more people buy your problem solver right? So you’re selling shots or pills or whatever you’re selling. If it works quickly. And people want their problem solved quickly. You’re going to sell a lot of that product and I’m here to tell you that that is not the way. So in the New York Post today, there’s an article about a vegan raw food diet. And she died of starvation. She had gotten into a pattern of thinking that only raw food, only fruit, and specifically, it sounds like she was. She had dwindled down to not just raw food, you know, and and this is a pattern for for parents and and for for people to recognize that. You know when someone starts to have an unhealthy relationship with food, it’s often very limit. Eating so, you know, it starts out with, you know, I’m just going to do this, maybe like I’m going to say I’m going to eat keto or whatever. And then you’ll slowly you’ll see them start to dwindle down their food choices even more from there. So this particular woman dwindled down her diet to just. One fruit and sadly passed away. Of starvation in the United States of America.
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We’re back on naturally inspired radio. So glad you’re here. It’s Monday. Kick off your week. Right. Get moving. Commit to making a list of the foods you’re going to eat this week. Understand why you’re doing it. You’re doing it for those long term results, right? We’re just talking about this, this influencer who actually died from starvation. She was a vegan raw food diet influence. Yes, Sir. And I just want to, you know, put a reminder out there to all parents that if you’re not influencing your kid, someone else is. Right. And when they’re spending this much time on Instagram and this much time on Snapchat and this much time on Facebook or whatever, you can bet they’re being influenced, right? These people are influencers. That’s what they do. That’s how they make their money. They are, they are paid to draw eyes to them. And so if you’re not providing influence for your kids. Then someone else is. So the biggest influence you can have on your kid is modeling. Your kid sees you every day. You know, they see your habits. They’ve been watching your habits, their whole life. So you are the most. Influential person in their life you can be. So your habits matter. And if you start to, you know, start start thinking about who can I inspire. With my habits. Instead of. Thinking about ourselves, sometimes it’s helpful to move to somebody else. Think about the benefits that your actions would have on someone else. So working out what you know, how do how do you want your kids to be? This always fascinates me. This this idea that people, you know, put all their hope and stalk in their children to do something spectacular and, you know, be famous or or do something, you know, just absolutely amazing. When they haven’t done anything themselves. You know. I say that because. That’s not how we learn, right? You can tell somebody something 100 times, just like we talked about at the beginning of the show. Life experiences everything. Our experience is what? Drives our actions. So if if we if we can’t execute the the habits that provide that produce the results. We want how do we expect that our kids are going to do that? But somehow we do we we think that our kids are going to be doing so much. You know more than we do. We put all this pressure and hope into them, and yet we’re not modeling that behavior ourselves on the most basic level, when it comes to. Our health. Right. We want our kids to take good care of themselves. We wouldn’t want. Our kids to be. You know, put. Putting toxins in their body all the time or doing things that create poor health results. That’s heartbreaking, right? You, you nurture this little baby and you grow it up and you want everything to be wonderful for this child. And you want them to be healthy and you see them do something unhealthy when they get older and it’s. It’s like, ah, you don’t want to see that. Right. But we don’t do it for ourselves. So if we can shift out of maybe thinking about ourselves and start thinking about who can I inspire, who, who will, who will, whose life will be made better? If I take care of myself and take care of my health. Instead of thinking you know I need to lose this weight, I need to have these health results right now. I don’t want to feel these symptoms. I don’t want. To you know, it becomes all about self. When we can transfer that a little bit and think about who would benefit from the change in our own habits, simply by modeling better habits, it can really motivate us. There’s no need for these short term fat diets. There’s no need. They cause more problems than they do help. Because it’s never going to be about your fab diet, it is never going to be about your specific, you know, keto diet or or vegan diet or or whatever diet it’s going to be about. What you can integrate into your lifestyle. And execute it. So what lifestyle can I build for myself that I enjoy that I love and get healthy results? That’s what’s going to be about, and that’s very individualized because we all don’t like the same things. Thank goodness we all don’t agree on the same stuff. Thank goodness. What a boring world world it would be if that was the case. You know, the medical model will have you believe that that is the case, that we all have one way of living and you just need to take these pills and do this and you’ll be fine. We know that’s not true. We know it’s not true. But when we’re desperate and we have signals happening in our body, we tend to. Accept that as a way. To get healthy again. When we need to really just take a look at our own personal lifestyle, right, this country has become addicted. To bad food carbohydrates that carry no nutritional value. And I don’t pick on carbohydrates like other people do. I think, you know, people in nutrition can get really, you know, obsessive about carbs. But I’m not. Some carbs are good. You know it. I’m talking about bad carbs, carbs that don’t contain any nutritional quality to them. We’ve become dependent on things like bread, toast, cereal, cakes, pizza, rice, potatoes, fried potatoes, bagels. Cupcakes, biscuits, waffles, French toast. It’s sugar, right? That’s a whole lot of sugar. And it’s not. It’s not necessarily that maybe even some people don’t want to eat healthier. It’s that we’ve been sold this idea of convenience, and we can’t. We’re addicted to convenience. And we can’t get off of it. It’s not convenient to, you know, soak your beans. It’s not convenient to, you know, cook eggs every morning or steak. Or, you know, these types of foods that require more preparation. It’s not convenient. It’s much more convenient to grab a doughnut. Unfortunately, you know your doughnut will leave you feeling hungry within a few minutes after you eat it. It’s not nutrient dense, so simply by making the shift to a more a commitment to eating more nutrient dense foods, a lot can happen in your health. A whole lot can happen. This is why last week I was talking about just making a simple list, right? That list of like I’m only going to eat off of this list this week and see how it goes. See how much better I feel if I’m just going to eat off of this Whole Foods list. It’s not. I didn’t mean that in a way of a like a a fad diet. It’s simply a way to start implementing better habits, a better system feel better. By doing it, we’ll talk more about health tips and tricks.
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We’re back on naturally inspired radio. I’m Tammy Cuthbert Garcia and you’ve been listening this hour to naturally inspired radio. We’re talking about all kinds of things related to psychiatry and kind of the lies behind it. And and farming and how people want to stop farming because of climate change and you know, it all boils down to our own personal responsibility.
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Have personal responsibility for our own habits. We can’t, you know, bear the whole burden on our shoulders. But we can be personally responsible for our. Own choices. And that means our day-to-day choices. Just deciding that you’re not going to buy the crap anymore. You’re better. You’re better. Off without it. And because you know you’re better off without it, you’re going to make the right decisions and take personal responsibility for your results. That’s what it boils down to. Over the weekend I had the chance to enjoy some time with my family. We’re huge mixed martial arts fans and our our boy Justin Gachi came out on top over the weekend. Not a huge win. He’s obviously Colorado native, right? So he’s a local guy. He inspired me and he he is just so awesome. We did have a clip of Justin talking about being inspired and I would love to share that with you if we have it. Do we have it, Rick?
The the people that do know that my mom is a Mexican heritage, you know, I have so much family down there and I’m sure they’re shooting fireworks, doing whatever they do. I mean, I just inspired the world. That’s what I’m here for. And and that’s what I prayed for every day is to the chance to inspire the world. And I think. That we all face a constant battle of believing in ourself, and I wish I believed in myself as much as. My coaches and. My family. But you know again this. This feels great.
He prays every day to inspire the world and that’s what I was getting at is to, you know, take ourselves outside of the equation and think about who we can inspire. Think about what our actions. What the what? The consequences of our actions are and how that impacts the people around us and Justin certainly inspired everyone this weekend with his win. He lost to to this guy before, so it was kind of a redemption match and he got the win. But what impressed me most, I think. Was just his his willingness to to share with everybody that that’s really his goal is to inspire other people to do great things because we’re all capable of it. You know, we’re all capable of it. You can inspire people with what you do. You and you are capable of doing great things. It just takes a little decision. You know, you just have to really decide that you’re going to start focusing on the things that matter it takes. It takes that that decision, and once it’s made you just start doing it, start making one little decision. I’m not going to. I’m not going to give in to this old habit anymore. I’m going to. Let go of this whole this old. Habit and I’m going. To move towards these better habits. That’s all it takes, because once you start with one thing, it leads to the next and it leads to the next. So before you know it, not only have you given up eating, you know, food that has no nutrients in it, that’s just, you know, fake food. It’s not, it’s not really bringing any value. To your body or to your health. Then you start moving a little more because you’re feeling better. You get outside a little bit more. You start realizing that some of these corporations that are pumping out pills and pumping out food are doing it for profit. They’re not doing it for your health. You start realizing that maybe you know your allopathic Dr. doesn’t have all the answers. Maybe you have the answers. Maybe you’re capable of finding. Someone to work with that does have better answers and you’re going to commit to that. You tie all that stuff together. And pretty soon time passes and you start to have better results. And then people start to notice that you have better results and guess what happens. They want to. Know how? How did you get better results? And you’re going to start sharing with them. There’s no magic pill. It isn’t an easy fix, but guess what? It’s totally worth it. You’ve been listening to naturally inspired radio. Head over to naturallyinspiredradio.com, get signed up so we know who’s listening. We want to connect. With you. We’ll see you tomorrow on natural inspired radio. This is Tammy Cuthbert Garcia.