Full Interview, Gina Bria & Dr. Zach Bush on Optimal Hydration

Full Interview, Gina Bria & Dr. Zach Bush on Optimal Hydration



and when you are well hydrated when you are really well plugged in you literally have access to all the energy in the universe which is infinite obviously [Applause] welcome to the hydration foundation thank you so much dr. Zack Bush for joining us for doctors talk hydration and helping us spread our mission which is to hydrate better and we are so looking forward to asking you a series of questions and hoping I even wrote them out so you might see me reading them to you but now that you know a little bit about our mission at the hydration foundation and I read so much about so many people introduce you and I thought you know I'd like you if you wouldn't mind to introduce yourself what would you like to say we can all look up your credentials but I'd love to hear you say how you'd like to introduce yourself Thank You first and foremost I am I feel like a kid all the time that's kind of slowly growing up in the world I feel a lot like my children both my kids are in college right now and I get to watch in them right now that's like spark of excitement and this this optimism in them and where they feel like there's just like the whole world out there and the world's their oyster and they're going to just go out and discover and explore and create and I have to say I just feel that same thing in myself I'm more each passing here now I feel like a kid that is on the cusp of a great discovery and that discovery ultimately is about why I'm here and what I'm here to you with everybody else that showed up right now 7 billion strong so I'm a kid who's feeling blessed to be part of the world feeling blessed have showed up at this tipping point of human history and in my childlike journey and I became a doctor I became a scientist I became you know specialized in internal medicine and endocrinology then real joy and my hospice and palliative care specialty work and that end-of-life care but ultimately I think at the core I'm a husband and I'm a dad and kind of a joyful community member and love and everything from the outdoor projects and outdoor hobbies to the yoga and the spiritual pursuits and everything else that I you in a week and so just like everybody else out there in the world really different interests and pursuits but yeah I think that ultimately I introduced myself as a fellow child God do I love that fellow child well fellow child let's let's talk about the essence of hydration how important it really is how urgent actually it is and we have dr. Gerald Pollack saying that he's the bio engineer who's identified a fourth stage of water beautiful work we revere his work here he's helped us a great deal at the hydration foundation he is saying that by molecular count a human body is 99% water molecules that's pretty pretty special it helps us rethink wait a minute I've heard all the numbers of 70% 60% but this is this is a new way to help us think and I'm looking for new ways to help us think about hydration and I heard you say a hundred percent of us are dehydrated that's those four new numbers to think with but I would love you to say a little more about that I think you know what's the empirical evidence of that you know I don't certainly have a clinical trial to say you know prove that we were 100% dehydrated but after almost 10 years now my clinics measuring almost everybody's hydration potential that comes to the clinic and so we've got thousands and thousands of patients that we've measured over time we have yet to see and optimally hydrated individual in regards to their phase angle which is one of our best measures of intracellular inside the cell hydration and so certainly our clinical experience it's been a hundred percent of our many thousands of patients that have come in dehydrated and most of them I would say look well when they walk in they may have complaints of some fatigue or back pain or who knows what other complaints may be there we certainly see a lot of cancer and autism and autoimmune disease but it's interesting that my autoimmune and chronic fatigue actually you're not any worse hydrated than than my general public coming in who just are trying to do optimal health and wellness kind of measures and so in that experience I would say that everybody's dehydrated but then if we back up you know from that experience and back down into the cellular environment to say what allows for a cell to be hydrated there are fundamental injuries happening in the human body that prevent optimal hydration due to environmental injury and that environmental injury has become so ubiquitous in the forms of herbicides pesticides and other forms of antibiotics and our water systems and our food systems and the rest that leaves us very very vulnerable to these injuries that you know at the nature of hydration create this vulnerability or intrinsic challenge to the hydration process what would you say are the top three if you I know you've got a plethora of statistics in your mind floating through but just for who we're helping to listen to this both fellow doctors who can take some of this knowledge into their own protocols and practices but also for the general person top three reasons why hydration is so important well the number one thing has to do with what the water molecule does in the body and ultimately we need to stop thinking about the human body as a cellular entity we certainly have you know a vast number of 50 trillion or 70 trillion human cells depending on who you talk to you and that's a lot that's a very large number obviously none of us can really wrap our mind around a trillion but 50 trillion cells is a drop in the bucket numerically to the number of molecules in our body and that's drop in the bucket compared to the number of atoms in our body and so ultimately we have billions and billions of atoms that will make up for any single molecule and in order in single cell and then you multiply that out by the trillions and we're now up in these astrological you know size numbers in regard to the number of atoms in our body and those atoms are ultimately the fabric of who we are and not just us as human beings but that's women take Liz that's what a flower is any any selling structure if I mean is this atomic structure that's got organized energy in organized matter within it and the energy is ultimately the majority of that some 99.999% of the atom is vacuum space full of energy amazing electromagnetic field and only point zero zero one percent of it it's solid this is beautiful to listen to you know yes ultimately we're not solid creatures we're a tiny bit of matter organized around an energetic force and so we are energetic bees matter our Center and then you have to ask well if we're room 99.99% energy how is that energy giving us the impression of a solid table sitting in front of us mmm that solid table is a tiny bit of matter that's now being organized in such a way that it that it creates an energetic space that feels solid and so that that organization it turns out is the human body and any other biologic system is managed by the interaction of the water molecule with the energy field my book the matter is the translator between biophysics and microbiology yes it is it is literally the translation point it's literally the adapter if you will and you can imagine you take your computer and you have to plug that into the wall to plug into an electrical grid to make the computer work in the same way I believe that biologic body has to plug in through the water molecule to access the energy that is a that is available and when you are well hydrated when you are really well plugged in you literally have access to all the energy in the universe which is infinite obviously and again it's kind of a bold and strange statement but the reality is electrons are free to exchange all the time and they do indeed exchange all the time electrons will exchange for my protons into yours over a course of a few days and across the course of the United States you know and so our electrons are traveling native a worldwide over over weeks and months time and we're exchanging with electrons that are coming in from deep reaches of outer space through the electron flow that comes into our atmosphere in the form of the ion charge that creates the image of the aurora borealis that we're often more familiar with those Northern Lights that's an electron flow into our stratosphere which is then translated through a hundred and thousand lightning strikes an hour to the surface of the earth yes so then the earth is being charged by that deep-space electron source and then we're being you're charged with that and absorbing those electrons every time we go outside or especially if we will touch the ground bare feet or whatnot and so we're tied in to this infinite supply of electrical energy yes yes through the medium of water and hydration absolutely yeah in some ways that's probably enough of a region to stay hydrated right it sure is a big reason so number one is you're plugged into biophysics through the water molecule number two is genetically and so number two your DNA strands that are also famous in Dan Watson and Crick double helix they're that DNA strand actually doesn't function doesn't Bend well doesn't actually create that nice structure double helix well unless it's coated with water and so that water molecule is really critical for genomic health and genomic function and so number one I would say is an energetic connection I'm accused of genomic connection and then number three would be a protein folding phenomenon protein folding is one of the most mysterious and the remarkable miracles that happens in every single cell every single day protein folding is a not just tertiary structure but actually what's called a quaternary structure a a string of amino acids that are being produced by an RNA strand which is a template of the DNA and so the DNA inside your nucleus has to create a copy a mirror image in the form of a messenger RNA that then travels into the cytoplasm of your cell which of course is all water and then the water molecule sitting on top of the I now provides the interface for the enzymes the polymerases which are large and enzymes that run along the RNA to start tagging amino acids matching amino acids to each nucleotide sequence of the RNA those amino acids now form a long protein chain that then has to do a three-dimensional and then a four dimensional shift into this functional unit and so this cordon Airi structure which is a really cool energetic phenomenon in three-dimensional space has to happen for an enzyme to be functional and some you know 90 95 percent of the enzymes in our body are actually produced by bacteria and I even human cells so whether we're talking about the microbiome or the human cells these large proteins that are going to do the heavy lifting of everything from cell metabolism to cell repair cell regeneration all of these are really desperately and dependent on water being coherent enough to allow for very well well composed protein synthesis if there's enough stress in the system remember stress is also a an energetic phenomenon so if you create enough stress or static within the energy field the water molecules start to line up difficut them differently and now you're carrying stress in the water molecules and we measure this all the time in my clinic with an energy camera from Russia and the GB camera which is a gas distribution velocity cam right it's a image off of each fingertip there's a 10,000 volt current pulses across the finger a plasma discharge half is that's filmed for half a second and then the computer compiles that seemingly chaotic sunburst of plasma coming off your fingertip into a coherent image of the fingertip and its relationship to all of your organ systems through the reflexology map and so now you have organ system demonstration of where there's chaos in the water field or not and that's also why we're the energy fields so energetically and water structure you start to get bend or chaos in that environment now you imagine that amino acid chain coming off an RNA and it can now miss fold and miss folded proteins are now seen to accumulate in almost all of our chronic conditions al azhar Parkinson's type 1 diabetes in the pancreas you know all of these different organs deliver anybody with lymphoma or leukemia we will tend to have high propensity for amyloid or protein misfolding happening and so all of this you know protein miss folding I think is a third part of poor water function those are such valuable answers because the typical answer you get about Y is well it's to avoid diabetes it's to avoid Alzheimer's you know it's to avoid fatigue and so I love how you've shown us how the whole system gets turned on in multiple levels because it is a multiple affect it's it's and not only are we hydrating our cells as you said we're also hiding hydrating our microbiome we're hydrating that whole inner ecology which is a system itself I love this systems approach I want to get right to it and ask give me your top three ways to hydrate so we can make this really practical so those physicians can hand on to their clients their patients right away go do this even if you don't understand what I just helped you understand just go do this I would say so number one I think is actually going to be getting to that energy field so I already told you there's three main reasons for is energetic genomic and proteomic so your your energy field your jeans and your proteins all rely on this so energetically what is your best clinical interventions and this is going to be around the idea of mindfulness and so prayer meditation silence in your day taking time to find yourself as soon as you find yourself you quickly realize that the vast majority of stress that you're creating in your life is self manufactured it's not being put on you by an abusive parent or you know your boss or anything else you're creating the majority of the stress and expectations or sense of failure and inadequacies in your life if you're anything like myself for the rest of humanity and so I would say number one if you're going to get hydrated you better route and create some mindfulness space to decrease the amount of energetic stress in your system so that once water enters the system it's going to be carrying a coherent message of self if you're just hydrating a stressed-out system you're gonna have an ineffective approach and so mindfulness quiet silence prayer meditation spiritual song all these things have been shown to turn on stem cells do all kinds of things for telomerase that the enzyme that builds the telomeres on the end of our DNA I think all of these things are ultimately showing that that mindfulness mindset is number one I never taught that as a doctor my clinic until just the last you know five or ten years has totally changed my practice it was really a lot of my hospice care obviously that got me towards that mindset but now I'm realizing I don't care if it's an 18 year old coming in with acne problems I need to teach a month I hate to teach that kid how to be silent for a little bit of the day to keep some basic breathing mechanisms you know there's a variety of resources on my website and in regard to stress management stuff you can find so there's lots of resources out there and you may very well as a practitioner already found you know some tools that you prefer an item and so don't take any prescription for me but just as category mindfulness and meditation would be one one step one to hydration number two then I would say it needs to be the microbiome the microbiome our lab has been specializing in this for the last eight years or so now of understanding the role of microbiome in hydration and what we've shown is that when you get enough variety to the microbiome each species of bacteria fungi and even viruses can make these carbon molecules these metabolites that will go on to create a communication network for your cellular functions and among these is the genetic propensity or capacity to turn on protein synthesis of the extracellular matrix constituent so we can build tight junctions gap junctions all that extracellular matrix that would plug one cell to the other in order that water could flow from one space to the other and that can happen a macro environment where you have your gut is trying to absorb that glass water you just drink if you have a leaky gut damage to the tight junctions because you have a damaged microbiome you're now vulnerable to the incapacity or the inability to bring water and inside your body from your gut lumen and so that's kind of the macro boundaries breaking down and how you're leaking some of the drugs would give non-steroidal anti-inflammatories being a good example our lab has actually been the first to really demonstrate that mural acts which is a very common drug used for constipation and unfortunately it's now over-the-counter and sold in like half gallon bottles I think at Costco ridiculously sized bottles at Samms and distributed in preschools I heard recently distributed rolls for sure the younger nurses will give it and so just a terrifying reality that this compound within the miralax breaks tight junctions creating leaky gut which then of course makes water flow out of the patient into their colon which again fixes the constipation because you just hydrated the stool at the cost of dehydrating that body and so huge there's a miralax support group that I've worked with now in the country there's thousands of kids throughout the US that have had an autism type injury from relax and so important if you you or somebody you love has been chronically on miralax and it doesn't take much more than a few days and to have a neurologic injury from this stuff but there is a private Facebook page that I can't run but people within that that support foundation run so you can look for a miralax Facebook group and so you know be aware of you know drugs in your environment that could be undermining your ability to hydrate and any drugs or residues that are killing the microbiome certainly in a box to kill that microbiome and the main antibiotic in our environment is the herbicide roundup or glyphosate I can agree in that herbicide and so glyphosate is now among the most ubiquitous chemicals on earth some five and a half billion pounds a year adopted to enjoy water systems less than 1/10 of a person of those ever ends up on a weed so they're not really weed killers anymore they're really used as long as crop additives and they end up killing fish in our water systems that we have a dead zone at the end of the Mississippi River now that is larger than the state of Rhode Island we've killed all life within that sector of the ocean from the high concentrations of these herbicides pesticides and farm runoff so I've started a nonprofit that's actually launching to the public tomorrow mmm Wow how can we help you with that just we're your allies check out farmers footprint us it's our first public campaign it's a documentary series on this topic of herbicides pesticides and farming all of the money coming through this goes direct directly to you education research and development and grant support to the farmers that are currently forced into it and they've literally are forced into chemical farming through the financial pathways we're giving them a financial pathway out of that a relationship with chemical farming and so I think it's the only path we have to surviving as a species that has change our food system footprint us is that website and we would be really blessed to have your support in that project is I think it really is getting out the root cause of the chronic disease epidemic that we see happening in our children yes haven't heard recently 46 percent of children in the United States now have product disease yeah insane number and you know at the hydration foundation our work is better hydration for people plants and soils so we understand that you know long link between those three areas and I would love for you to speak a little bit more about soil health both in our soil health and our microbiome and outer soil health in the agricultural growth industry growth I'd love to hear you make those connections for us so people can hear it wonderful yeah so on the herbicide pesticide standpoint glyphosate was patted as an antibiotic not as a weed killer and so even though we're using it as a weed killer it actually functions to kill bacteria so we're pouring that into our soils and then it up in our water system it's a water soluble molecule it's very high concentrations in heaven for example it's certainly present in the animal in him and food systems as well but extremely toxic and animal feed suppose for the pets as well as our livestock and that's creating a leaky gut and chronic disease epidemic like we've never seen cost of pet care has gone up four thousand percent since 2012 so most of that from cancer and kidney disease both of which are directly linked to the herbicides and pesticides in the food and so it's not just humans that are suffering we are really dialing in the sixth extinction and we've wiped out nestle percent of biodiversity on planet earth in the last 50 years so we're almost halfway done with this extinction on earth a lot of people are thinking that we may only have 70 years left as a human species with the current March about collapse of our biology in the context of the loss of biology worldwide and so as dire as this is we are in the death throes of our species but as a hospice doctor I can tell you that's where the most amazing spiritual growth and transformation happens is in the death phase and so death is always a rebirth death is always a transformation it's my hope that we might be able to just transform spiritually energetically in a conscious level to be able to continue to play on this earth longer than 70 years by transforming through the dying of our species but not through the elimination of our species you know and so we're fully dying as a species now if we take the opportunity to wake up expand rising consciousness we can use the the heartache and loss of life and suffering that's happening around us just look at our autistic community has a great example of tragedy travesty in children who are so overwhelmed by the sensory data that's coming into their minds unfiltered that they just can't cope they're there in chaos there they're hitting their heads against walls and cribs all day long just to try to create enough paint to reduce the sensory overwhelm of other sources just the suffering of those children should require our rising consciousness such that we go but then you add in 50 percent of our adult population health cancer and all these other statistics that are coming out there's so much suffering that we need to take advantage of that because suffering ultimately is what creates opportunity for transformation and change my fear is we're gonna all sit around eating potato chips and watching football and sitcom well the suffering is happening around us and we won't rise in conscious well I think that personal hydration at the at the hydration foundation are one of our most important mission statements is that helping people with their personal hydration is the first step in worldwide water solutions and these all these larger again you have these as you pointed out water is the medium water is the medium that conducts the message and the message that we can create through our own personal hydration is that we're ready to take on our own personal hydration so that we can begin to take on these large contribute by our personal hydration first step towards health wholeness healing of water all over the globe and the plants all over the globe of course plants are 98% water so it's a huge huge issue I I think what I would really love to ask you now is you know our modern lifestyles have created these issues being optimally or hydrated for real is such a profound step into solution both personal and Planetary and that's a really remarkable thing it's why we focus our work on cleaning up water and I'd love for you to say a little bit more about how we can accomplish that by becoming hydrated yeah so once hydrated I know the water is ultimately your best solvent and so yes water functions better than anything else on the planet to eliminate you know heavy metals toxins you name it from the body than anything else and so once you make the effort to be mindful start to take care of your microbiome how you do that you get out and plug into the ecosystem at large to spend time more out time out in nature eat food that's still plugged into nature and the wild fermented foods everything from a wild fermented sour dough instead of your typical wheat Rhett you a wild fermented sauerkraut and kimchi and all of the wonderful miso out there get those bacteria back involved in you and your food processing systems and then obviously eliminate the antibiotics we eat organic strictly as much as you possibly can there's a great website from the Environmental Working Group called called the Dirty Dozen in the clean fifteen you can google that Dirty Dozen fifteen and you'll see the twelve fruits and vegetables that must be bought organic those are the Dirty Dozen they are so toxic that there's no way you're gonna find a grocery store strawberry for example yeah that's actually grown that should be consumed by humans or animals there's clean fifteen on that list as well which were the fifteen conventionally grown fruits and vegetables that hardly have any residues of herbicides and pesticides because they're just not required in a production and fortunately things like the avocado are on that list and stuff like that so if you're if you're pinched for money either clean 15 list can really help you decide okay well I'll go ahead and get the avocados conventionally grown and I'm going to spend the money on that on the organic strawberries and vice versa like if you can't find organic strawberries you're gonna walk home without in these strawberries it is not worth the risk of eating a strawberry this conventionally grown all of your group all of your restaurant strawberries are toxic they are not organically grown vast majority so just keep that in mind you know that dessert comes and it's got a couple of chopped up strawberries there's a decoration on the side leave them decoration that's my my strong recommendation there are just some fruits and vegetables that should not be presented on a human plate and strawberries are always number one apples unfortunately awesome also a common carrier of a lot of high levels herbicides pesticides cucumbers very high potatoes make sure you're eating organic potatoes sweet potatoes and alike so eat organic as much as possible eat your hydration this is a very critical point is that most of the water that's going to become high illogically available to your body it's not coming in a glass of water but it's actually coming in your cucumber your powerful way to get water inside of your cells and so once a plant has done the work of organa fiying those water molecules taking them out of a min environment like the soil and putting them into it a cellular environment like a bacteria and then passing that into the root system of the cucumber itself and then now passing into your bacteria now three biologic systems that have organifi that water so you've got a much more hydrating compound certainly that whole fourth phase of water that that dr. Pollock has popularized but other many others before him have spoken to that phase of water and that's this reality that biology changes water and water changes biology and so now that's an exciting reality of you can hydrate through the food itself celery is another huge passionate source for that in my life so the cucumbers the celery actually huge fan of the root vegetables beets like in delivering some of that deep hydration as well I was just in the Galapagos Islands and it's a fascinating look at eco systems without fresh water available there is no fresh water source on any of the Galapagos Islands and so here's a salt water a volcanic chunk in the middle of 600 miles off the coast of South America and there is no source of fresh water there except for the cactus and so the cactus they're collect the fresh from rain water and stuff as it comes through and all the species that have naturalized to the Galapagos have some relationship to the food chain of the cactus and so the marine iguanas the land iguanas the giant tortoises they all live off of the cacti as their primary source of water so it was interesting to watch those animals and their interaction with the cacti they're very territorial to their cacti the marine iguanas will have two single cactus with their life they'll fight to the death if necessary to protect their cactus because they know that that that is their water source it's really interesting to look at how we should think about our food our most precious resource yeah as an anthropologist I looked at how desert community how desert dwellers we're hydrating having no sources of open water and I also was led right to the cactus to aloe to chia seeds and and and that's how I gained that's how my work started in hydration is really from the anthropology of desert communities and going wait a minute it's not 8 glasses of water a day but I I know too that that's the electrical charging in that phase of water when a water does go through that biology change and becomes a planet or it is touches minerals in some way it changes its electrical charge or function I'd love to hear you talk about that very good yeah so the electrical charge you know you've got a reality where we call it h2o but at no point is water actually h2o right an auction cannot bind simultaneously to have two hydrogen and so it's always letting go of one hydrogen while it bonds the other and it switches back and forth between those two hydrogen has a very rapid rate probably every millionth of a second at switching hydrogen's and so it's a very fast quantum physics phenomenon that oxygen would be bound functionally to two hydrogen that that equation of two electrons two hydrogen's and I'm sorry I'm doing my math right yeah oxygen two electrons two hydrogen's is the equation needed for the electron transport chain and the end of it in the mitochondria to produce a single aqp molecule adenosine triphosphate is the only fuel your cells ultimately run on and so ATP is produced through the fi fo enzyme complex in the respiratory chain in the wall of a mitochondria at the end of what we call the respiratory chain and at that last step it needs two molecules of water and two electrons to pass through that fi ofö channel to allow adenosine diphosphate to be converted to ATP or adenosine triphosphate so it that electric that interface of biologically charged water we've got an extra electron delivered in them in the mix so it's a lot easier for hydrogen release to happen is a very interesting phenomenon so you end up with something more like o H – and – the hydrogen is less avidly bound that is one of the electrical changes that I think can happen in water as electrons become ubiquitous or you know more available to the bonding of that oxygen you obviously get a different mix of mitochondrial metabolites depending on the production of ATP E or the decoupling or a tree coupling of the fi fo complex and those include things like hydrogen peroxide o to H which is kind of the opposite of water there you've got two options binding with a single hydrogen and so these molecules are highly reactive we call them redox molecule and they're the the downstream effects of changes in relationship of water molecules as the mitochondria does its digestive process metabolic production and so the hydrogen peroxide obviously is a very important delivery of oxidative cleanup or t-cells in an arien system that would dump hydrogen peroxide or the equivalent of ozone into your cellular environment where damage has been done to help clean up an environment of bacterial infection or infiltration of a virus or whatever it is or on the other side where you just need to ramp up your antioxidant cascade with glutathione again the hydroperoxide plays a huge role in that stimulation ozone plays an important stimulation and so those all of those are just free combinations of water ultimately and so fascinating to realize that our entire response system to injury and fuel production energy and injury repair is all going to link back to the interface of h2o molecules with the mitochondria can you say a little bit about negative charge and positive charge and how they work or is that something you see in your own work yeah so we've developed a line of dietary supplements from soil the product line is called restore he's doing it nice to be able to change genomic and proteomic function within the human system and so as soon as you take this supplement you put on the bowel wall small bowel or colon or kidney tubules cells or blood-brain barrier cells we've proved it out and all of those different tissues and seven different species and so we keep showing that you take this the sterile communication network from ancient bacteria and fungal species and their diversity put them into human system you get immediate impact on the genomics and proteomics to rebuild tight junctions gap junctions the what we call the transit failure resistance which is the tear or electrical charge across a macro membrane like your gut lining and the thei Liam or your blood-brain barrier and those that tear is ultimately what pulls water inside the molecule inside the structure and so restore is a very important kind of first step to hydration you need an intact gut system you need intact very very intact intact endothelial system both of the vascular and renal or kidney levels to get hydration to work and so all that's coming out of you know in ancient 60 million year old bed of bacteria and fungi and our communication about 60 million years ago now left for us in the fossil record and so that's our area of expertise but it turns out that then when you extract those molecules from soil they're all in a positive charged state and so in your answer to tell us about positive and negative charge positive charge is what we call oxidative it's going to tear electrons off of the surface of anything it touches and so disease chronic inflammation many of the drugs in our environment all pharmaceutical drugs are positively charged by the way it's not money that isn't amazing here compounds and so you're gonna tear electrons off the surface of anything they touch whether it's a statin drug or a blood pressure medicine or diabetes med they're all gonna all swing you know add positive charge burden to the body interestingly health is all negatively charged so a healthy system has always got a high abundance and negative charge and so the pharmaceutical industry is literally opposed itself electrically to the concept of health and I find that interesting because energetically and you can see that at the macro level where there's a kind of political weirdness the amount of political acts dabbing them the black box kind of behind the scenes bad energy an anarchy behavior of the individuals that lead those companies and their ways in which they lobby Congress for nasty stuff like all kinds of darkness happening there is very interesting that could it be as simple as they have simply aligned else against health of the most fundamental level of electrical charge so what we do for restores we take all these ancient oxidative minerals and carbon substrates from the bacteria and fungi and put them through a mineral catalyst system to get the negative charge back in there to get a balanced redox state redox is the contraction of the work reduction which means the donation of electron or an extra electron and oxidation again being the lack of electron so in a redox molecule whether it's coming out of the mitochondria or a bacteria you've got balance positive negative charge an interesting way and you need the positive charge they're all negative charge doesn't work in a biologic system you need exchange you need movement and to get an electron to move you need a positive charge and so if all health is negative charge you would think that any source of positive charge would be bad for you but we know because vitamin C works vitamin C is just hydrogen peroxide which all ultimately delivering a very potent oxidative stress well in delivering vitamin C or an oxidative stress or you can get a glutathione antioxidant response and so your neck can be positive but that's not the case for all biology's if you've been exposed to Lyme disease or lots of molds in the environment they make toxins that block your ability to make glutathione they block glutathione synthase and so without glutathione you get a net oxidative stress or from something like vitamin C or alpha lipoic acid or any of these antioxidants that we think of they're not antioxidants are pure oxidants hoping to trigger and the antioxidant response from your body if your body can't mount that antioxidant response to the vitamin C the Alpha that poke and all these other compounds are going to be toxic ozone pure oxygen very bad for human health unless we have intact glutathione response and so you want to make sure you've got that glutathione liberation happening before you go about therapy or treatment that's got that oxidative potential and could you speak just a little bit about how hydration carries information maybe through this electrical charge or however into cells or into our system I can I want to use the word cells anymore after your introduction about how it all disappears the closer we get to the reality of the atom but how do we get information be traveling in our system yeah I think and you know I wish I knew could say I knew the answer that because it would be the coolest answer on the planet the reality is we don't understand how water holds memory but it does need to be the only molecule that's got a memory to it if you do something to it if you add a blessing holy water has been studied quite extensively actually and so if you have a priest bless the water you can take one drop of holy water into 17 gallons of water you can still shape show electrical shift in the 17 gallons of water and so there's something that's been embedded in there through the intention of prayer or that over the priests Blessing whatever's coming out of that to create this quote-unquote holy water there's something happening there and I think we'll all have a priesthood within us and so I don't think he needs it to find your Catholic priest to create a holy water I think each of us in our prayer and meditation before a meal can shape reshape the water within our glass or within the food itself through our blessing and so it's interesting that every religion on the planet has told us to bless our food before we can see them in I think that may not actually be some demand for obedience to some omnipotent God it may actually be a very specific interaction with water molecules and the way in which they can bend our biology if blessed it's a good example of the memory there something like essential oils or you take your Hydra Sol's or the water extracts of water flower petals or the flower essences and alcohol any of these structures have been shown to be able to change electromagnetic field properties very quickly if water and their systems with our Cameron clinic we're able to show that a Bach flower essence in 30 seconds can change your entire energy field and so we have a huge capacity to create information streams from our by our interaction with nature around us it will change our water structure and our knowledge itself one of the most profound macro examples of this is human memory and so it turns out that in all of our extraordinary last two decades of neurologic neurobiology we've we've learned more about the brain in in the last 20 years than in the entire collective history of mankind so it's been an extraordinary acceleration of honors the brain but in all of that investigation we've never found the hard drive of our memory in the brain we don't have an area within our brain that holds long term memory we have this little tiny tiny part that's about the size of the thumbnail that sits in your temporal lobe behind your ear there that's called the hippocampus and the hippocampus is responsible for taking short-term experience and turning that into the long-term memory or accessing long-term memory but there is no databank found within the brain that holds that memory we're starting to realize that it's probably held within the water structure of peripheral muscle and other tissues such as the fascial Plains is where we actually hold the memories of our lifetime and perhaps lifetimes before us and so that's a pretty bizarre thing to state but if you think about your own experience I'll bet you've experienced that in the midst of a massage for no apparent reason you suddenly have a huge emotional release or you suddenly remember a face or a story or something from your life as they're working on your low back or the right ribs or wherever they're at and you suddenly have that trigger of memory in the transplant world we've seen some really wacky experiences of this where there was a great example coming out of one of the heart transplant cases I think this was about 30 years ago now as if I'm doing my math right but thirty years ago or so as gentlemen received the heart of a young female trans organ training donor and within hours of waking up in the postdoc he started having vivid memories of a traumatic murder and within a couple weeks he had enough data that he ended up bringing into the police to say I think there's you know this is what I'm experiencing he had faces that you names yeah enormous amount of data that ended up solving her murder apparently so you know just a bizarre amount of information being trafficked in the in the water structure within that heart muscle that was transplanted into this individual a lot of more benign or savingly funny versions of that it's not uncommon for these people to suddenly want to wake up with a kidney transplant or the like and they suddenly have this overwhelming for McDonald's McNuggets or something like this or beer and they've never craved those things in their life and what's happened is they've been received the the energetic stress within that kidney or the memory within that kidney that's been drug or tricking this drug response of that donor to there there little addiction with McDonald's or or them the other compounds are alcohols within their environment so fascinating look that water is our collective memory on some levels and it's carried within the tissues of our body and for this reason I'd say I don't know that I got to number three yet as far as my recommendations for hydration but my number three thing is definitely going to come down to you movement yes here you talk about please tell us about fashio you know the hydration foundation we say you click water get yourself water that has been filtered cleaned in some form there's lots of different ways to do this that we can talk about that later secondly eat your water really important that that biology has happened and thirdly those are our three strategies movement and the role of fashio I'll just quickly say an aside I was at the International Conference of water with physics biology and chemistry of water in both area in October and 120 scientist of water in the room talking to each other all they could talk about was how water is a form of computing water is a computer how can we get the computing world to use water as the best possible computer they really understood waters processing power and I hope we can talk about that and bring out that more in our own work together yours and our Mars to at the hydration foundation that of course water is the ultimate computer in our system and it isn't just taking place in our brain you know a brain is not just here it's our whole body and love to hear you talk about fashion and the new findings on fashion and movement that connective tissue that means it's our hydraulic press that moves us through these systems and also carries all our information can't wait beautiful yeah well said I think you know the fascial planes are I'd say an emerging science still I think that well there's decades of experience and myofascial release and and the like certainly acupuncture probably dating back the longest with 4,000 years of recognition of the interplay between the flow of electricity through those fascial systems and on the surface of our skin about four thousand years of experience is clearly showing that if you have core coherent energy flow through those systems then you improve health across commune system genomics proteomics you name the space you're going to have an improvement in function there so in my clinic we have a professor of Chinese medicine from China as she's phenomenally gifted in everything from chinese herbals to acupuncture and uses a ton of moxibustion the moxibustion again being a really potent waited for this interface between heat and the fascial planes and their change in water capacity hold on to water and so I think that that's really essential is the movement of electricity and so you can use probably a variety of techniques we know and also on a non-asian side we teach Egoscue therapy as a technique for movement and postural what kind of therapy postural therapy yeah it's postural training through something called Egoscue oh yes of course he got you beautiful we featured on our website no there you go yeah so you ask you the Qigong the Tai Chi huge fan of yoga I'm an emerging passionate yogi I've got a safe and the most resistant yogi on the plane I think of last thirty one year four minute workout also that you feature for people to do methodologies I think there's a huge opportunity to improve personally I do it's one of the only things I pay for for my own health on a routine basis is myofascial release therapy I think it's extremely important it's been one of the most transformational therapies I've ever had and been under the hands have been quite a few people around the tree with that technique but it really is one of the most extraordinary journeys into the interface of emotional trauma and where we store emotion where we store emotional memory and and where we have dysfunction within our body important to reach over there well we've talked a little bit about restore is there a little more you'd like to say about your work with restore I mean you're doing restore work all over the place and you're you know in your product but also in how you are presenting hydration why you're involved in farming of all things you know the doctor farmer I love it I think why you're helping us look at food in a new way as a hydrating mechanism all of these things are not only restorative regenerative you know we we do need to move on and go farther than where we don't want to just go back to the baseline we want to move forward and I think if you want to say a little bit more about restore we'd love to hear it and also I really want to give you a space a large space to talk about hydration and spirituality in whatever way you'd like you mentioned prayer we know I know as an anthropologist that every culture has a water blessing and you know just simply to raise a glass of water and give it reverence before you drink is already starting that whole amazing invisible world that's going on but on in regards to the restore peace ton of my data out there if you go to the Zach Bush MD that's my educational website you can find everything from the discussion on spirituality to pregnancy to end-of-life stuff and everything else representative there scroll down on that page there's a whole whole sector of videos it's a terminology page there there's a link at the top too so you can go to all those videos and I'll give you five to ten minutes on all of the thoughts on all twelve of those categories of human health and boarding from the spirituality into kind of birth itself and we're where we stem from that's a quick place to get another hour and a half worth of content from me if you're still not satiated into that and there's a list of my what I think are some of my best podcasts that that bridge this gap between spirituality the microbiome and human experience rich role is one of those pit podcasts he and I have done a few major ones for total three hours of content for you cinema rich roles a query podcast you can just google that or you can go to my website and find that podcast system I've got a my own podcast coming out and in the next couple months here that'll be available to you on a whole range of topics but that we started that podcast with the first couple episodes focusing on the issue of death and understanding life through the lens of death and finding out if we eliminate the fear around this concept of death or realize it to be a rebirth process then it changes our relationship to disease stress dysfunction fear and all of these things and I think it really gives us space to breathe and enjoy the life that we have in the day and so lots of resources for you out there YouTube there's hundreds of hours of content if you want to look at restore specifically I've autism one if you want to look at that compound and we've got relations to the autism community we've done a lot of work there thinking mom's revolution moms across America these are orgs that we've worked with for years now around bringing better dietary supplement resources to mothers and children with chronic issues so all those are our resources to you as well so happy digging wish you luck on all of that and I'm so grateful for the opportunity on your own yes yeah we want to thank the hydration foundation wanna thank you for helping us fulfill our mission to spread better hydration how urgent and important it is and get that information to into credible hands that can also help us spread us up Zack I have to call you Zack thank you it's a beautiful interview we appreciate you so much just go do your work we bless you we bless the water around you and water in you and graze upon you thanks again thank you so much thanks for your support farmers footprint dot us is that nonprofit so we love your support there thank you so much

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