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Meria With True Ott,PhD – “Wellness Secrets for Life”

True Ott, PhD

4/28/09 Meria interview True Ott, PhD on his book “Wellness Secrets for Life, An Owner’s Manual for the Human Body”.  True is a naturopathic doctor and a doctor of philosophy in nutrition. How he got into this field; nutrition cannot be ignored; good health is real freedom; big pharma 2nd only to big oil; benzene and opium 90% of some drugs; Without opium, big pharma starves; your beliefs and stress level; chronic fatigue; 1936 study: 99% of Americans were deficient in minerals (imagine today); Vaccine for obesity? restless leg syndrome; VID’s-vaccine induced diseases; slush fund for claims; alkaline diet; your pH levels; fermentated energy fields; minerals effects on the body; Vitamin = vital mineral; profits over people; aspartame – silent killer & alzheimers; are you dehydrated? 1st snake oil produced by the Rockefellers; sugar robs oxygen;danger of carbonated drinks and diet drinks; diabetics and aspartame; and much more.

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5 Responses to "Meria With True Ott,PhD – “Wellness Secrets for Life”"

  1. andie says:

    I am having a little difficulty with the MSG issue re: obesity, as I lived in Japan for quite some time, and the Japanese and other Asians use MSG quite a bit and do not become obese.

    I have had weight issues all my life – I thought I had CFS, because I had all the classic symptoms, and then I found out (through finding Janie Bowthorpe’s book Stop the Thyroid Madness) that I had Hashimoto’s disease, which is an autoimmune disorder that affects thyroid function. I had to twist my Endocrinologist’s arm to give me the right tests. The Dr.s rely on the Thyroid Stimulating Hormone test. My TSH has always tested normal, which is the same for many people with thyroid problems. Hashimoto’s is the most common thyroid issue in the US – it is suspected that fluoridated water has something to do with it.

    I began to take dessicated thyroid for my problem and it turned my life around. However, i wasn’t completely out of the dark, my energy was still not optimal (though much better than the close to death state I had been in for 2 decades) – so I got a genetic test (23andme.com) which showed I had a defect in the MTHFR (yes, that’s what they call it) gene.

    This gene processes folate. My folate levels were high, according to one test my D.O. gave me. I realized that this meant I was not able to use folate and that it was building up in my system. The fix for that is to take the methlyated version of folate (very inexpensive – but use with caution, you can easily overdose and cause other issues).

    My energy has never been better, and I am starting to lose weight. I have avoided processed foods for a long time and drink only spring water, so the weight issue has little to do with my diet.

    The MTHFR abnormality affects 50% of Americans and leads to many, many health issues, including heart problems.

    I think some excellent guests for your program would be Janie Bowthorpe (StoptheThyroidMadness.com), Dr. Ben Lynch (MTHFR.net) and Dr. Neil Rawlins (lecture here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZA8GUIRqIkE.

    Rawlins has lived with this problem – he states that berries helped him survive as a kid – blueberries are one of the few foods that has the methyl version of folate.

    Dr. Lynch tends to believe that this mutation has gotten out of hand due to the addition of Folic Acid in foods. Folic Acid is a synthetic, not a natural vitamin.

  2. Meria says:

    Hi Andie,
    I had hypothyroidism for 13 yrs and was on medication. The medication led to Graves disease. In 2000 I went vegetarian and organic. Two years later after my 6 month bloodwork, my doctor called and told me my thyroid was working again and I no longer needed medication. That was post-menopause. To have a major hormonal system repair itself after two years of being a vegetarian (the only thing I changed) was no less than miraculous.
    You may want to try it yourself. It’s been 13 yrs now without any thyroid issues or medication. I am healthier now than in my youth. Thanks for sharing your story and I will check out the people you recommend.
    Thyroid issues are a major problem today and I personally blame it on the hormones in FOOD, especially animal products. I have eliminated them and my “dis-ease”.
    hugs
    Meria

  3. andie says:

    I would love to be a vegan but everytime I’ve tried it (every which way, protein combining, lacto ovo, tofu, whatever) I end up getting sick, shaky, cold in the extremities, spacey, dry skin, etc. I took a genetic test from Inherent health which shows that I have a difficult time digesting carbs. I have known this for a long time. I also get acid reflux from carbohydrates, including low sugar fruit if I eat too much. And too much for me can be a cup as opposed to half a cup of blueberries, etc.

    I feel a lot better eating meat, I apologize if that is offensive. I would much rather be vegan, but I’ve tried and failed many times, and it just doesn’t work. I do stay away from factory farmed – I feel quite ok. My main issue is the methylation process, which I will get further tests for.

    According to Inherent Health, about 25% of the population can be vegan – I do believe it’s a genetic adaptation. I wish I could, but I cannot.

  4. Meria says:

    I don’t eat carbs,haven’t for over a year and a half now. The only carbs I eat are complex carbs like sweet potatoes. No bread, pasta, cookies, etc.
    It helped eliminate the fat and GMO danger. I weight train 6 days a week and it helped me get lean. I am an organic only vegetarian/vegan.
    I’m not offended, trust me. If you must eat meat,make sure it’s grass fed organic. Otherwise there will be addl. hormones/antibiotics, etc in it that
    will further disrupt your system.
    If you can’t go full veg, try cutting out the animal products a few days a week and see how you feel.

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