Posted on Leave a comment

Doom, Gloom and Despair


Janet Lewis:                 Hello and welcome to this week’s show. I am Janet Lewis.

Dr.  Lewis:                    And I’m Dr. Lewis.

Janet Lewis:                 And we are Green Wisdom Health, home of your low-cost lab work, and pharmaceutical-grade supplements, vitamins and herbs to help you have a life worth living.

Janet Lewis:                 And speaking of a life worth living, many of you out there suffer from depression, anxiety, a feeling of gloom, despair. So today’s show is all about doom, gloom, and despair, and where it comes from, if there’s help, is it out of your head, what do you do, and we’re here to open the door of hope for you.

Janet Lewis:                 So today Dr. Lewis is going to educate us a little bit about what can be done to make you feel good again.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Janet says it comes from here or there. I thought it came from hee-haw, doom, gloom, and misery on me. Something like that.

Janet Lewis:                 You’re dating yourself.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Well, I’m not that bad a date, I’ll tell you that.

Dr.  Lewis:                    The thing about it is if you have this doom, gloom, and depression, you know, sometimes you need the psychotropic drugs, but they have a lot of side effects. I mentioned the other day that there was this lady, whose doctor says, “Well, you can do the natural stuff, or you can do my stuff.” But he says, “If you do the natural stuff, I’m not going to get involved.”

Dr.  Lewis:                    Well, the lady, believe it or not, I’m dealing with her now, and she decided to follow some of my instructions. There’s the key. You can’t do anything half way, and I’m trying to be polite here, but I told her to get off wheat, which she did, and there’s plenty of research that says, you know, many people have wheat sensitivity or allergy.

Dr.  Lewis:                    I’ve talked about how wheat can actually cause schizophrenia, just because it irritates the GI tract, which lets you know that all this misery, brain fog, anxiety, and depression can come out of your GI tract, and it’s almost always part of the equation, if not always, and that research on the schizophrenia came from a journal of biological psychiatry. So you know, we’re talking about well-researched, well-respected entities.

Dr.  Lewis:                    And I’m glad to have that lady back, and you know, trying to whip her depression. You know, you hear me talk about the toxic world. And it’s real, and a lot of people don’t really believe me because they don’t necessarily see it, and that’s why I’m real bad, or real good about quoting research.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Mercury lowers, glutathione in, you know, there’s some companies pushing, saying, “”Oh, you know, this creates glutathione. It will make you young, rich, and good-looking.”

Dr.  Lewis:                    Well, there’s a lot of supplements that do that, but you have to have the glutathione, that mercury, kind of, sideswipes and it helps you make neurotransmitters in your brain, and in your GI tract, and that’s very important to know.

Dr.  Lewis:                    MSG, people that love MSG because it’s neuro-excitatory. Well, the book I think that people should read about the MSG is called ‘The Dorito Effect’. The lady that cuts my hair said she didn’t want to read it. She wanted me to read it and give her the Cliff Notes.

Dr.  Lewis:                    So I did. MSG, we’ve known since the 1970s is absolutely horrible for your brain, and that alone can be the major contributing fact to stress, anxiety, and depression, but there’s probably many other factors, and that’s why you need help, and if you’re depressed you need to get the help of your spouse, your best friend, your preacher, a counselor, psychologist, psychiatrist, you need help, and that’s the point because usually when you get to that point, you need help.

Dr.  Lewis:                    PCB, pesticides effect the uptake of neurotransmitters. Dopamine serotonin, and glutamate, and GABA. That’s from the Journal of Toxicology. So you know, all this has been around for decades and decades and decades. We have the knowledge. So the point is why are we not treating it?

Dr.  Lewis:                    You want me to just ramble, Janet? I can sure do that.

Janet Lewis:                 Just ramble. Well, you know, my question is, you know, we always talk about doing low-cost lab work. Is that something you can see, depression in someone’s lab panel?

Dr.  Lewis:                    No. You can suspect it by what the GI tract’s doing. You can suspect it because the thyroid’s usually not right. You can suspect it, because you have high basophils or eosinophils, you know, you have a GI problem, and most likely a yeast overgrowth. You can suspect a lot of things, and we don’t want to be in the normal reference range ’cause these normal reference ranges aren’t normal. They cover all the weird people.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Anyway, Janet tells me to be more polite about that, but it covers a sick America. You want to be in optimal range, and that’s usually the top of the bell curve in the middle 30 or 40%. Some things, however, need to be either high or low, depending on what it is, and I always explain that and needs to be that way for optimal health.

Dr.  Lewis:                    And yeah, the labs do give you, you know, a lot of hope of me figuring it out, but again, you know, I had a wonderful couple in here yesterday, and the husband loved his wife enough to come in with her, and people that do this together, usually have a much, much better outcome because sometimes you have to hold her hand, while they’re not strong enough to help themselves.

Dr.  Lewis:                    And you know, people say … Oh I had a patient here while back say, “Oh, do you believe in fibromyalgia?” I said, “Well, of course.” And she was just like a … Oh, a relief on her face, and her husband said, “We’ve been to about seven different doctors. They said that was not a reasonable diagnosis.” And I said, “Well, it’s just kind of a general thing, fibromyalgia. It could be, you know, lack of magnesium.” You know, lack of magnesium can very well contribute to depression, anxiety, stress, et cetera, but it can contribute to fibromyalgia. It can be just a low functioning thyroid.

Dr.  Lewis:                    But the doctor says, “Well, it’s in range.” I said, “Well, it’s not in optimal range.” So it’s not easy to figure out and that’s why you need help, whether it’s from your spouse, or a best friend, or a counselor, or you know, some sort of doctor to hold your hand, and be strong, while you’re weak and getting well, and we’ve all needed that, including me.

Dr.  Lewis:                    So I’m just going to ramble on a while on depression. I actually asked Janet several times in the last few months, year or two, if she thought I was depressed, and she says, “No, I don’t think so. Why?” I said, “Well, I’ve lost interest in guns, and I’m kind of a gun nut.” And she said, “Well, the problem is you have so many it’s hard to get excited about it.” And I said, “Maybe that’s true.”

Dr.  Lewis:                    You know, I quit shooting deer many, many, many years ago. I sat and watched one, real pretty, but … And one of the signs of depression can be if you lose interest in the things you used to be interested in, but it’s not necessarily true, and that’s why I asked Janet because I needed something, a more objective opinion.

Dr.  Lewis:                    One of the things that can help contribute to depression is nutrient deficiencies. I think that everybody’s nutrient deficient because you cannot get enough out of your food, even if you eat totally organic, and I treat a lot of organic farmers. I know this is true, and I read the research.

Dr.  Lewis:                    And primal, paleo, ketos, the most popular diet right now, and I personally think they’re correct. Limiting the carbohydrates, but I’ll talk about rice for a little bit. Not that brown rice is necessarily good for you because the excess carbohydrates, but when you form the brown rice into white rice, you grind it, you bleach it. There’s all kinds of other processes. You lose about 80% of the trace minerals that’s not enough in the brown rice, but you’re losing 80% of what’s in there to make white rice, and these minerals are like magnesium, which I just talked about, manganese, which has a lot to do with blood sugar, and other things. Copper and zinc, and zinc is one of the common things that’s low in depression.

Dr.  Lewis:                    And if it goes low and stays low, then your immune system begins to take a hit, and we kind of take a … We can kind of make a good educated guess, if your alkaline and phosphatase is low that you need more zinc. You know, that happens with white flour. We’ve talked about that a lot. They used to, about 100 years ago, fortify with iodine. Now, they fortify with bromine, which is one of the nastiest things you can do to wreck your thyroid, but even over 100 years ago in a book that I have, it talked about how flour is absolutely devastating to people that are diabetics. Now, the medical book said that over 100 years ago, but then we still don’t practice it. So folks, I know you enjoy what you learn here, and thank you very much for sharing because there’s a lot of sharing going on. I get a lot of referrals, and Jonathon says I’m going to have to give him money for mentioning his name, but it’s not what you know, it’s what you do.

Dr.  Lewis:                    You know, faith without works is dead. So faith is a wonderful thing you have to have it. But, you have to have the works or the actions step. So, there’s a lot of vitamins and minerals that is very necessary just for your body to function correctly. Then it can generally fix a lot of the depression. The toxins I talk about. On our health survey many, many, many … it’s extremely common for these people to say I have brain fog. One of the things we’re going to talk about when we get to the supplements is thiamin.

Dr.  Lewis:                    If you have an overcolonization of yeast, they interfere with your uptake of thiamin. If you don’t have enough thiamin, that’s B1, it causes the gut to be more leaky. You’ve heard of leaky gut. What it also causes your brain to become leaky. It allows the toxins in the environment to cross the blood-brain barrier. I don’t normally put people on thiamin. I put them on Benfotiamine, which is the best form of thiamin. And the large majority of the people that said they had brain fog, say later that it went away and their thinking was crystal clear now.

Dr.  Lewis:                    And that helps to get rid of some of the toxins. These toxins come from, your furnishings, building construction, cosmetics, traffic exhaust, pesticides, office supplies. Janet and I just got an RV. I know we talked about this before, but it bears repeating, … and it came out of Canada. Guess what? They don’t allow formaldehyde and you don’t walk in and feel bad or get toxic or your eyes burning. We went into some other RV’s the other day and holy, geez, my eyes were watering and sniffing and snorting and snotting, just from walking in that RV, apparently built in America.

Dr.  Lewis:                    So, folks talk, make a vote with your money. We bought this one out of Canada. And it’s way, way, better. Even though, they only let 60 in America per year. Aluminum and cadmium, if you smoke, you’re just getting a huge dose of cadmium. Then you’re exhaling that and killing everybody in the room with you. So, you probably ought to quit it. Any man that has benign prostatic hypertrophy or swollen prostate, it’s usually full of yeast and/or cadmium. You have to do a lot of magnesium and zinc to help replace that. That comes a lot of times from a poor diet, junk foods. That helps you become even more deficient.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Other things that it can be. Well, chromium. Chromium, if you have a blood sugar handling problem, which feeds yeast, which messes with your GI tract. And most of us do have a chromium deficiency. Because that’s usually for us people that have sugar handling problems. I’m saying, us people, ’cause I have that challenge more so than Janet. When you have the chromium deficiency, it doesn’t just contribute to the hypoglycemia/headed toward metabolic syndrome, or diabetes. It also contributes to mood swings and depression.

Dr.  Lewis:                    High cholesterol can be a chromium deficiency too. People that get cholesterol and they go on statin drugs. And if they stay on statin drugs, they usually get depressed, because the cholesterol gets so low, you don’t really repair your brain, because there’s not enough cholesterol there to do it. I guess, Janet we should do a show on cholesterol some day, you think?

Janet Lewis:                 Oh, yeah, because that leads to depression a whole, lot. There are symptoms and signs, I guess, that people … they may not even realize they’re depressed.

Dr.  Lewis:                    That’s why I ask. Always ask for help, folks.

Janet Lewis:                 Yeah. And there’s some common things. If you feel, down, empty and numb, that’s a sign that you might be depressed. If you harbor a feeling of guilt or worthlessness, you’re always upset or tearful.

Dr.  Lewis:                    The poor self esteem people that always say “I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sorry”.

Janet Lewis:                 Right. It’s really hard on the other people that always try to bring them up, too. There are some natural products that you can take that help with that. Our favorite one is probably 5-HTP, because it’s the peace of God in a bottle. And it’s the hundred milligram 5-HTP.

Dr.  Lewis:                    But, then people say, “But, I tried it, it didn’t work.”

Janet Lewis:                 Right.

Dr.  Lewis:                    I say “Try mine”. They say “Holy cow, this works.” I’d say “Where did you get your other one?” It’s usually the big box store. Folks supplements are different, just like your wonderful wife you have now, versus your crazy ex. Supplements are all created differently. Although the FDA does check those things, but, they can’t keep up with everything.

Janet Lewis:                 Yeah. Then there’s other things, with obviously thinking about suicide, or death may mean you’re a little bit depressed.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Then, if you’re thinking about suicide or death, or harming someone, then you run to the emergency room.

Janet Lewis:                 Exactly.

Dr.  Lewis:                    That’s when drugs are great.

Janet Lewis:                 Right. Unable to relate to other people.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Ha, ha. Can I say something about that?

Janet Lewis:                 Sure.

Dr.  Lewis:                    What’s wrong in America today? We got a whole lot of one type of person that’s really angry about the other type of person. The sign of good mental health is how many different types of people that you can get along with. I’ve got friends that are murderers, mountain men, millionaires, and everybody in between. We tease on Facebook, the people that have a political view directly opposed to mine. But, we still like each other at the end of the day. If you can’t stand people, because they’re a little bit different than you, you’re the one that has the mental problem. You need to love people for our sameness, not hate them for our differences. Woops. Did I say too much?

Janet Lewis:                 No. That’s great. A feeling of hopelessness and helplessness. Feeling a sense of unreality. You’re restless, agitated or irritable.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Woops.

Janet Lewis:                 Yeah. That can be your liver though, sometimes, too, which is something we can see on lab.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Yeah. Very much so.

Janet Lewis:                 If you’re a mean drunk, you can see that on lab, because their liver enzymes will be higher.

Dr.  Lewis:                    If you’re a drunk, you’ve got a problem.

Janet Lewis:                 Like I said, it’s true. That’s numbing yourself, isn’t it.?

Dr.  Lewis:                    Yeah, escape reality. Reality is what you make it. It’s in your mind, in your attitude, in your spirit. You can control … your minds full and you can control what goes in it.

Janet Lewis:                 And you may actually have some other issues that are a sign of depression. They’re physical symptoms like avoiding social events or other activities that were once enjoyable.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Well, I was going say it would be me, ’cause I’m not a social animal, but they never were enjoyable. I’d rather go fishing, sit on the bank.

Janet Lewis:                 Well, I don’t think that’s a depression thing. I think that’s a personality thing. If you once were social and then you don’t want to be anymore.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Yeah.

Janet Lewis:                 Sleeping too much, or getting no sleep at all. That’s interesting.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Well, yeah.

Janet Lewis:                 That’s cortisol, also. And can be seen on lab.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Yeah. You know a lot of people say “Well, I can’t sleep”. And their cortisol’s at 26. I say “Well, it ought to be about a 12, 15, something like that. You’re running 120 miles an hour on I-20 when it’s raining.” And I-20’s famous for having massive amount of wrecks every time it rains a little bit, something’s wrong with the road. Yeah, cortisol’s incredibly important.

Janet Lewis:                 And all these tests we’re talking about are available on our comprehensive panel. I have it in our show notes. I linked to it. It’s actually 12 different panels and we’ve talked about two of them just now for the depression.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Right.

Janet Lewis:                 Thyroid can actually make you depressed, as well, if its not right. So, there are some markers on lab that you need to make sure are optimal.

Dr.  Lewis:                    If your thyroid ain’t right, it makes your spouse depressed, too. Get it checked and get it fixed.

Janet Lewis:                 Right. If you’re constipated,-

Dr.  Lewis:                    Yep-

Janet Lewis:                 … can be a sign of depression.

Dr.  Lewis:                    … because you’re holding in. There are some psychological and spiritual things that go with physical symptoms. People that are constantly constipated can’t let go. Think about that. People that have type A behavior have more heart attacks. People that harbor anger and fear have higher incidences of cancer. And yes, that’s real. There’s research to back it up. Not an opinion.

Janet Lewis:                 Difficulty speaking or thinking clear … I did not have trouble speaking that. I purposely did that.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Yeah. She’s full of BS. Belief systems.

Janet Lewis:                 Changes in your menstrual cycle.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Go ahead Janet, it says I have PMS quite often, actually.

Janet Lewis:                 It is depressing for a woman to go through mid-life crisis and they don’t have a menstrual cycle anymore.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Yeah.

Janet Lewis:                 That parts happy.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Man just behind your vehicle when we have a mid-life crisis.

Janet Lewis:                 So, changes of that can make you depressed. I understand. Experiencing aches and pains without any physical symptoms.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Yeah, that goes back to the fibromyalgia stuff too, very, very much.

Janet Lewis:                 Losing interest in sexual intercourse, is actually a sign of depression.

Dr.  Lewis:                    I hear that a lot too. And it’s sad, when somebody in their 20s, 30s, and 40s say “I really have problems and I don’t really care.” It’s like “Okay. So, belly up to the bar. Go beyond the comprehensive and add your hormones, that will help.”

Janet Lewis:                 Yeah. They need lab. Turning to recreational drugs tobacco use, or alcohol abuse.

Dr.  Lewis:                    My favorite drug is caffeine.

Janet Lewis:                 Yeah.

Dr.  Lewis:                    That’s a drug.

Janet Lewis:                 Eating excessively, which leads to the weight gain or no appetite leading to weight loss. You just have to know that depression can come on gradually. So, some people may not immediately notice that something is wrong.

Dr.  Lewis:                    It may be something as simple as you have a 5-MTHF genetic SNP and that’s real common. Some of the so-called experts say there’s 50% of us that have that. That’s why in our formulas, we don’t have folic acid, we have 5-MTHF Quaterefolic. That’s the one that can get in if you have that genetic SNP. Janet can tell when I don’t take my dose of it, because I have one of the four possible genetic SNPs there. And she can tell you the day I don’t take it. 5-MTHF and we got you covered, when you’re getting supplements from us.

Janet Lewis:                 Yeah, even if you just get the B12 and it contains MTHF.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Yeah.

Janet Lewis:                 It actually will be a life changer to … it will be like no B12 you’ve ever taken before. If you’ve tried B12 in the past and it’s like “Yeah, sort of, kind of”. This one here is like “Yeah. You know when you’ve missed it, because of that MTHF that’s in it.”

Dr.  Lewis:                    Yeah, and that goes with the zinc deficiency. Result is impaired membrane. Transport and impaired transport of B12, which can go to “Oh, you have low stomach acid.” That by itself can cause depression. So, you see it can be caused by so many different things. You need to find somebody with an objective opinion.

Janet Lewis:                 We do have a few questions here this week that I wan to make sure we acknowledge. One of them, the first one came from our employee here. I told her that I’m going to talk about this on the Podcast. I said, “I won’t mention your name.” She goes “Oh, no, it’s fine.” She goes “I’m going to be famous. Go ahead.”

Dr.  Lewis:                    Okay.

Janet Lewis:                 I said “It’s not going to be in a positive light.”.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Okay. Kendell, here you go.

Janet Lewis:                 Yeah. Kendell, who we love. She’s our new little energetic employee that works down here. Young little mind and she’s just awesome. She came in and did lab here. That’s kind of how we found her, to have her start working here. I told her “She had a little bit of a blood sugar problem.” She’s like “Well, I watch everything I eat.” And for her age, for where she is, she’s doing fantastic. She does better than half the people I know. She eats gluten free, the whole bit, you know, Natural Grocers is her favorite grocery store. It’s where she shops. She came bee-bopping in here yesterday with a drink she had gotten at the health food store. And she wanted Dr. Lewis to look at it, because she said “I am so proud of this”. She said “It is just full of all kinds of fruit.” She said, “There are no added sugars in here, or any kind of chemicals.” We looked at it. The grams of sugar that it had in it, were off the chart.

New Speaker:               51 grams of sugar or something crazy.

Janet Lewis:                 Yeah. It was something horribly high.

Dr.  Lewis:                    You know me, I’m so polite, I told her “You’d be better off drinking a beer.”

Janet Lewis:                 She said “But, everything in here is organic. It’s all organic fruit.”

Dr.  Lewis:                    So, is uranium, arsenic and cyanide, go right ahead, honey.

Janet Lewis:                 So, I wanted you to talk to the people out there that are trying to do the right things and they’re having these fruit type juices and they’re eating correctly, but they’re drinking this other stuff. Is that still going to spike your sugar.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Well, yeah, God put it in the fruit, with fiber. And fruits a lot more sweet than it used to be, because it’s been hybridized and genetically modified. You should only eat fruit if it’s in season. Yeah, I don’t totally follow that. When you eat it, you need to eat it with the fiber. If you’re going to juice it, fine. Throw the fiber back in the juice and drink it.

Janet Lewis:                 Because the fiber has to be in it, right? To slow down the-

Dr.  Lewis:                    Yeah, it stops or slows the glucose spike. Then the fibers, everybody’s they get on this one thing. And they say “Prebiotic, prebiotic, prebiotic.” I say “Well, geez, if you just eat the fiber, that will give your good bacteria something to munch on. When you’re just doing a fruit juice, you’re feeding your yeast. So, cut it out. People, literally, they’re drinking red wine for resveratrol, which the sulfites kill. I say “Yeah, well, I drink screwdrivers for my vitamin C, too” and they look at me funny. I said, “It makes just as much sense.” I’m not a big fan of fruit juice. I guess you can tell.

Janet Lewis:                 I think people correlate the with ‘yeah, I get it out of a can.’ If it’s out of a can, it’s not good. But, there are people that actually believe that if they get it out of the health food store, that it’s got to be good for you, because it says it’s organic. You can still have a blood sugar problem with just drinking your way into it. So, watch your juice. And actually I put her on reactive chromium. I said, if I can get you on chromium, it will stop this craving that you’ve got for sugar, because at about 11:30, she will literally run out of here, to go get something to eat, because she’s crashing, because that sugar has gone up and then it’s beginning to dip down. It’s lunch time, and she’s not eating, and she’s got to eat something fast. If you can stabilize that sugar and stop it from spiking, it helps depression and it helps you-

Dr.  Lewis:                    Quit feeding the yeast, which contributes-

Janet Lewis:                 Yes.

Dr.  Lewis:                    … to her anxiety. Oh, I’m not talking about her.

Janet Lewis:                 No.

Dr.  Lewis:                    It contributes to anxiety.

Janet Lewis:                 Then we have Maggie that is-

Dr.  Lewis:                    She’s a sweetheart. Love talking to her.

Janet Lewis:                 She’s wanting to know, because we have a product called Thyrotain, that is for thyroid primarily. But, it does have a hundred milligrams of tumeric in it. She’s wanting to know if that’s enough tumeric to take, or is it best to add in additional tumeric.

Dr.  Lewis:                    I think more is better.

Janet Lewis:                 Tumeric is what? A big-

Dr.  Lewis:                    Super duper anti-oxidant.

Janet Lewis:                 Okay.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Then there’s some controversy about “Well, you should do the tumeric with black pepper, because it opens up your blood vessels and gets more tumeric in. I don’t think that’s true. We’ve seen research that says if you do the black pepper with the tumeric, it actually helps you create an allergy to both, and you end up not absorbing both. You can read research that says anything and everything … personally I prefer it without the black pepper, because of the research I’ve read.

Janet Lewis:                 Okay. Then Wendy wants to know what are the normal ranges for ferritin. And ferritin is your iron, your stored iron, not your regular iron.

Dr.  Lewis:                    I think on a woman, 30 to 70, I think. 50 is a little more ideal. I think 30 is a little bit towards the low side. On a man, you can go 50, 75, 100. Most men have a lot more, because we don’t have a menstrual cycle, we just have PMS, but we don’t bleed to get rid of some of that blood. You have to. … some people store it, too much. Those people need to drink a lot of tea, quit eating out of cast iron pan. I’m a big fan of cast iron, but you kind of have to watch it, ’cause it can get too thick, also. 30 to 70. 100, 150 on a man’s okay.

Janet Lewis:                 That’s why we run ferritin, because there’s a lot of people, many, most, all come in here with a CBC that’s got their hemoglobin, hematocrit and they’re like “Oh, no. I don’t have an iron problem. I feel like I had an iron problem, but the doctor told me I did not”. We have seen many times that those ranges on the CBC, they’ll actually look great. The person’s lab looks great.

Dr.  Lewis:                    Yeah.

Janet Lewis:                 Then we run that ferritin, the stored iron, they’re actually anemic, because they don’t have it in the cell. They’ve got it out in the blood stream, but not in the cell. Then the other part, like Dr. Lewis said, or they can be high as well, then they’re rusting out like a gate hinge, because they can’t process all of the extra iron.

Dr.  Lewis:                    It is an oxidizer.

Janet Lewis:                 So, make sure that you’re always having ferritin run in addition to the regular blood panel, so you know exactly what your iron is doing. Then we also want to … it’s not a question. But, we just really loved it and thought we’d mention it. Cricket wanted to say thank you for giving-

Dr.  Lewis:                    From Illinois.

Janet Lewis:                 Yeah, from Illinois. For giving her the tools to live a better life. She was so sick when she heard our show on Jack Spirko’s Podcast three years ago. Can’t believe we’ve been doing it this long. And had been sick for many years before that. And it is wonderful to feel great again. So, thank you.

Dr.  Lewis:                    But, you know what made Cricket well? She did it.

Janet Lewis:                 Consistent.

Dr.  Lewis:                    And she did it. And she did it. And, her husband is just as much fun to deal with. I’d like to do a quick thank you, cause there are so many people share “I got a great referral” Miss Trisha. She was referred by Rob in Point Orion, Michigan. He’s been doing our stuff forever and a day. He never calls me. He should. Call me Rob. He’s been super consistent. Then you got Brian down in College Grove, Tennessee wonderful guy. Gary in Amarillo, golly. He’s incredible. You got people like Shanna in Tucson, her husband Rafael. Then you have Imani down in Baton Rouge. Folks we can do this in most all different places and the people like, the one’s I mentioned that are just consistent, consistent, consistent, get what? Consistent results. You got to put it into your body for it to create good things. It creates dividends in your health.

Janet Lewis:                 So get started today. There’s no reason to be depressed, gloomy. Go to our website Fill out the health survey. It will recommend the lab panel that you need. And if you don’t want to do it that way, Dr. Lewis will also give you a call and talk to you personally.

Dr.  Lewis:                    That may be a blessing or a curse. You never know.

Janet Lewis:                 But, you will go to a Quest Lab location, local to where you live. Have it drawn. We do this across the United States. So, there’s no reason to not have a life worth living. We appreciate you listening to this weeks show, and we’ll be back here next time. You guys have a great week.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *