Amazing ways to reverse Cancer, complementary Treatments, and Supplements Ben Johnson MD

Amazing ways to reverse Cancer, complementary Treatments, and Supplements Ben Johnson MD

[0:00:00] Nick: Dr. Nick Delgado here. I’m with Dr.
Ben Johnson. Dr. Johnson is a specialist in anti-aging. He works a lot with people with
hormonal imbalances. Also, he’s done a lot of work in concierge work with cancer patients
as well in helping them to work through a very challenging situation. Would you say,
Dr. Johnson, that at this stage in the world that we may be exposed to more toxins, more
stress, things that maybe 120 years ago that most humans weren’t exposed to, is it really
partly gonna be a challenge with people developing one of the highest rates of cancer now, and
heart disease, and diabetes, but is it partly lifestyle? Ben: I think that’s probably a radical understatement
there. Nick: Yeah. Yeah. Ben: So, yeah, the toxins. But you know, the
lifestyle, think about it. People used to raise crops and they would can them during
the summer and then the winter was feeding the cows and milking the cow or whatever and
fixing a little food and fixing a little fence. And so, we’ve come a long way from that to
18 hours a day. Just every year the government produces an efficiency rating. And every year,
people get more efficient, which means they’re doing more in less time. There’s got to be
an end to that someplace. Nick: Yeah. Yeah. I totally agree. And we
thought social media and computers would make life easier. It’s more demands. It’s more
things we have to pay attention to. Right? Ben: Absolutely. Nick: Well, how did you get started in helping
people with a depressed immune system? And then eventually obviously, some of them develop
stage 1, stage 2, even stage 4 cancer. So, how did you get involved with that? What motivates
you to help patients in that category? Ben: You know, I had my own health challenges
back in `96-`97. And a friend just wanted me to help do a chelation clinic. Nick: Okay. Ben: And so, I was doing chelation and then
the patients were asking, “Well, what about this herb? What about this nutrition? What
about this vitamin?” When they would leave, I’d go and I’d look it up and I go “Oh,
that’s really cool. You can heal this disease with that instead of taking a pill the rest
of your life. Nick: Wow. Wow. Ben: And so, it got to be so exciting. I realized
that there was so much more there that I didn’t know. And so, I actually went back and got
my naturopathic medical degree because I wanted to understand that whole feel of naturopathy.
So, I kind of backed into it unintentionally and it just got more and more exciting as
I realized that there was so much more out of mainstream medicine that could be done
that wasn’t about— It was about helping the body heal itself instead of covering up
a symptom the rest your life. Nick: Yeah. What would you say the principal
ways to help heal the body? Do have certain pillars of health? I know I like to refer
to 7 things that people really need to do. Ben: Absolutely. You know, starts with water.
Clean healthy water without pharmaceuticals, without chemicals, preferably hydrogen water. Nick: Yes. Ben: So, you know, the pH slightly alkaline.
I used to call ‘em the pH wars. All the different machines will say, “Oh, we can
get a pH of 9. We can get a p—” You know? Clean is the most important. No pharmaceuticals.
No chemicals. Hydrogen ions are super. And then slightly alkaline, modestly alkaline.
You don’t have to be radically alkaline. Nick: Yeah. When you mentioned hydrogen, what’s
called the H2O ultimate antioxidant— Ben: Absolutely. Phenomenal product. Nick: Dissolves in water. I drink it down
3 times a day. I too. I mean, I get the patients who referred as kind of follow-up to help
with them nutrition and compliance because when they leave the center, the tough thing
is they’re in the real world. So, I get them on certain supplements if their doctor
wasn’t familiar with ‘em. And so, seeing these clients and seeing free radical damage
under the microscope and seeing some of the challenges especially with stage IV cancer
patients especially if they’ve had chemo or radiation, their body has just gone through
so much, so it’s possible that molecular hydrogen [0:04:05][Inaudible] unpaired electron
helps the body heal a little faster. Is that part of the theory and really enhance the
immune system? Ben: And detoxification, but neutralizing
those free radicals is critical especially with chemo and radiation because that’s
what it is. It’s free radical damage. So, #1 is water. Number 2 would be diet. So, preferably
a vegetarian vegan type diet. I do eat some meat. I’ll eat fish. The problem with fish
is it’s got mercury and toxins, then I have to take my— Nick: PCBs. Ben: …EDTA. Nick: Yeah. Oh my gosh. And then PCBs too. Ben: PCBs. Nick: You know, those are estrogen like mimics.
Right? Ben: Absolutely. Nick: Yeah. Ben: So, you gotta be a little bit careful
there. So, I’ll only eat wild cod. But still, you got the toxins there. So, water, diet,
exercise. So, exercise 30 minutes a day. You know, there’s never been a study that shows
that exercise hurts anything. It always decreases cancer return rate. [0:05:01] It always decreases heart attack. So, exercise
is just beneficial for you. Nick: And outdoor exercise. So, they’re
getting the sun and getting the ionization from the ocean if they’re near the ocean. Ben: Vitamin D is your #1 anticancer vitamin.
Vitamin K is your #2. But by far and away, vitamin D is your #1 anticancer vitamin. So,
vitamin D is essential. So, I recommend 30 minutes a day. You know, if you’re really
fair skin, maybe 15 or 20 minutes, but 15 to 30 minutes of direct sunlight a day on
as much body as the people around you can stand for you to bear. Nick: Yeah. Yeah. And we supplement with vitamin
D in case, you know, they’re not getting, but you wanna make sure you get the right
kind of vitamin D. We use a probiotic too. Enhances absorption and utilization. But you
know, it’s kind of like a hormone. It’s not really exactly vitamin. Right? Ben: Absolutely. You know, in our reductionistic
philosophy in medicine, we’ve tried to reduce everything to one thing and it doesn’t work
that way in real life and in the body. So, water, diet, exercise. Of course, with the
exercise, preferably a little sunlight. And then stress is just a killer. Just a real
killer and we’re all there living. If we live in America, we’re probably stressed.
So, trying to reduce that stress footprint. Kind of think of stress footprint instead
of a carbon footprint. Nick: Oh my gosh. Yeah. Ben: Try to reduce your stress footprint.
I claim that. That’s mine. Nick: You heard it here first. [Crosstalk] Ben: …decrease your stress footprint. Nick: There you go. Like big foot, but real
stress, you know. It’s just coming around. Right? Ben: And then nutrition, I know you’re huge
on your nutritional supplements. We were just looking at my blood and the last 3 to 4 years
have been the most stressful years of my life, but you said my blood looked great. Nick: Looks beautiful. Ben: And it has to do with the supplements. Nick: Yeah. Yeah. Ben: The supplement line. You have an amazing
supplement line. Nick: Yeah. Ben: So, it’s a testimony. Nick: Really beautiful looking red blood cells,
white cells. Ben: What supplements can do. Nick: Healthy immune system. And then when
you look at the dry blood, you know, there’s some understanding of oxidative stress and
free radical damage. And you know, you surely pick up the stress, but very little in terms
of the larger free radical damage that we often see in some people. Ben: No big white spots. No big holes in there. Nick: Yeah. That’s exactly what you’re
trying to minimize. Ben: Avoid. Nick: Yeah. And we use adrenal DMG, which
is a good— It’s got the adrenal extract. It’s dimethylglycine as a methyl donor. Ben: Yeah. I love it because it is a glandular
and there are times when you don’t want, but there are times when you do. I bought
some of this from you when we were at the— Nick: Rad Fest? Ben: Rad Fest last year and it’s great product.
I love it. It really helps. Nick: I can’t do without it. I use it everyday.
I take use of like 3 to 6 capsules in the morning and then 3 in the afternoon depending
on my stress levels and, you know, when I’m on demand or on camera and sometimes I’m in
public audiences. And you know, just sometimes you’re under a lot more demand, but people
don’t realize that when you can help the adrenals release sufficient cortisol, that’s
your front line of defense. And the cortisol helps to enhance the ability to put the insulin,
and glucose, and free fatty acids to be utilized. If you don’t get enough cortisol, you depend
on adrenalin and that’s where the stress really hurts, really kicks in. ‘Cause if
you’re in overdrive on adrenaline, you know, you just feel frazzled. I mean, I know you
know how people recover. [Crosstalk] Nick: …and then they crash. Crash and burn. Ben: Yeah. You start getting that damage in
the intima of the arteries and then that’s where the cholesterol comes in. The cholesterol
is never the problem. It’s the patch. I know that standard of care wants to reduce
the cholesterol, but cholesterol is not the problem. It’s the damage. So, you want to
decrease that oxidative stress. Nick: Oxidized cholesterol particularly, right? Ben: Yes. Nick: Now, there are a few foods— I read
a study recently. It just came out and it was talking about in India, even though they’re
client based centered people, they eat a lot of ghee and I guess the ghee is very oxidized
cholesterol. And they’re having a problem with it. And it’s showing up that exact
molecule in the heart, in the brain. I’m like “Okay.” And they’re finding some atherosclerotic
plaque acceleration. Ben: So, I’m not excited about any bovine
products. If I have to have a little bit of cheese, I’ll eat a little Manchego cheese,
which is sheep cheese and the protein structure is very different than cattle than bovine. Nick: And sheep is different than goat obviously.
Right? Ben: Yup. And sheep and goat are pretty close.
So, if you’re going to eat some cheese or something like that, you should probably do
goat or sheep. Nick: Got it. So, let’s say a person then
follows these pillars of health, but maybe they started on a little too late. [0:10:01] Are there other interventions that you like
to see to help? Because you mentioned when we talked prior to the session that some of
the things you do to help build up the immune system of a cancer patient, you know, you
do an anti-aging as well. Ben: Absolutely. You know, what we’re doing
is extending life. And so, how do you extend life? There are certainly over-the-counter
things that we can do from [0:10:23][Inaudible] to anything that absorbs free radicals, astragalus.
I think you’ve got a nice line in the astragalus. I’ve seen it in your lineup. Nick: Yeah. We use astragalus in a stay young
product that we use. Ben: Astragalus is phenomenal. So, there are
very good nutritionals that will help you stay young. Beet extract will help your telomeres
not get short. In the prescription line, you know, in the medicinal line, metformin, a
dirt cheap, which has been— It was invented for diabetes. But if you take a thousand diabetics
and a thousand nondiabetics and put the thousand diabetics on metformin, they outlive, have
less heart attacks, less strokes, less kidney disease than the people that don’t have
diabetes. So, that’s an amazing drug. That’s a true life extending drug. Nick: In relationship to cancer, does it seem
to help in building— Ben: Oh sure. Because it stabilizes the blood
sugar and cancer thrives on sugar spikes. And it also figures into the mitochondrial
metabolism where you’re keeping the electrons flowing through the normal oxidative system,
the citric acid cycle instead of the Embden-Meyerhofpathway. That’s a little tight nickel, but— Nick: What’s it kind of like? What would
you describe it? Ben: If you got a hybrid car, the electric
cycle is the one that’s supposed to be running in the body. And so, that’s the clean burning
side. It just produces CO2 and water. And that’s exactly what normal metabolism that
happens in the body, is the byproducts are water and carbon dioxide. Nick: Dioxide. You exhale and when you excrete— Ben: But when you are exercising, if you can’t
get in enough oxygen and your body has to have an alternate backup engine and that’s
the polluting one. So, when the gas engine kicks in, that’s called— What do you build
up in your muscles? Nick: Lactic acid. Ben: Lactic acid. So, that’s called the
lactic acid cycle or the scientific name is the Embden-Meyerhof pathway. Nick: Okay. Good. Ben: And so, you build up lactic acid. So,
that’s not the clean burning side. So, those are kind of the 2 energy pathways in the cells,
in the mitochondria. So, you wanna be burning pure and you don’t wanna build up a lot
of that [0:12:53][Inaudible] Nick: Beautiful explanation. And by the way,
I know you probably looked at the literature and Dr. Jonathan Wright talks about berberine
as an equivalent to metformin. Right? Ben: Yes. Yes. It is the natural metformin. Nick: We use that in PCOS Heart. We use berberine
with lycopene from tomato extract. And we use Bergamonte. And we’re seeing significant
improvements in balancing out metabolic syndrome, helping to stabilize the blood sugar and also
to really improve the lipid metabolism. So, people are really impressed. I mean, I spent
quite an effort to figure out because PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) also has problems
with insulin stability. So, I just named it PCOS Heart because, you know, I realize we
really have to address these issues and sometimes people don’t wanna use the medication. They
wanna say is there a natural herb equivalent, right? Ben: And that’s it. Berberine and the bergamot,
phenomenal. And then continuing on the medicinal side, you’ve got GDF-11. That’s great. And
then you got rapamycin, which is a super cool agent. Well, rapa is the name for the natives
called Easter Island and that’s where it was discovered, developed in Canada, and then
it was first initially thought to be a great antibiotic, and antifungal, and then immunosuppressant,
and cancer agent, but it’s a true life extending agent. So, it’s rapamycin. So, with these
things from natural to prescription drugs, life extension isn’t science fiction anymore.
We can get an extra 10 years if we start by the time we’re 60. If we can start earlier,
we can probably get an extra 20 years. If you’re starting in your youth, maybe 30-40
extra years of health. I’m not talking about just alive. I’m talking about with your
mind active. So, life extension is a regenerative medicine. It’s real. It’s a course of
stem cells. I use stem cells out of your own body, not fat cells, but you actually have
what’s called VSELS, very small embryonic like stem cells, floating on your bloodstream. [0:15:06] We can harvest those. We can activate them
with certain frequencies of optical light and then put them back in then actually laser
guide them to where we want them to go. So, if you got like Parkinson’s, which you guide
them to the hippocampus, and to the substantia, and to the areas of the brain that need that—
If you had a stroke, we can guide those there. If you got congestive heart failure, we can
guide those stem cells to the heart and make ’em stick there. So, it’s not science
fiction anymore. Regenerative medicine, anti-aging, longevity is here now. Nick: Yeah. And you mentioned Parkinson. And
I know Dr. Rebecca Glazier talks about optimizing testosterone back to anti-aging and she’s
found that many of these Parkinson patients if caught early before the real serious shakes
and so forth that many of the symptoms are reduced because a lot of symptoms related
to Parkinson and the operation of the body and the function depend on testosterone receptor
sites. So, we use our product (Testro Vita) and we use a cream (Testro Genesis) and we
just rub the cream on and it absorbs. And it’s a plant androgen (laxogenin, and DHEA,
and pregnenolone) which are important brain hormones and hormones of well-being and then
we use DIM and DL3 carbon all within the cream. And we use another product, Estro Block, ‘cause
you want the estrogen metabolites to kind of go through the pathway. So, it’s kind
of like too much traffic on the freeway. You gotta have exits. And you know, as it clears—
And that’s what we’re doing with these herbs, these supplements, these protocols,
the diet, the exercise because we’re kind of like a brain machine, an electric machine.
And you know, we were gonna talk a little bit about the Testa for a moment. But you
know, when we talk about how the body goes to its metabolite purposes, you have to let
it function as a high octane burning machine, not a low fuel, like you said, diverting to
these poor sources of fuel. So many people choose soda pops, and junk food, and greasy
food. It’s just hard on the body. It may be simple to drive through, but the end result
is not a very good one. Ben: You know, they did that Back to the Future
thing. And as Doc gets more advanced, he’s able to just throw anything in the car to
burn his fuel, but that’s not the human body. It doesn’t work that way, the human
body. Nick: No. Ben: We’ve gotta burn cleaner and better
as our environment, as our food supply gets worse and worse because of Archer Daniels
Midland, Monsanto [0:17:30][Inaudible] they kind of run the ag department and it’s horrifying
what’s happened to our food supply. As the food supply gets worse, we need to be sure
that we’re burning cleaner. Nick: Yeah. So, when I put together a product
called Slim Blend Protein, it’s 30 whole organic fruits and vegetables, non-GMO, and
we sourced it the best we could. You know, just putting that together in a big smoothie
everyday and— You know, I know a lot of cancer patients are learning to juice, at
times green juices. They’re optimizing their green intake, their beets, to get that special
molecule, the nitric oxide, to get more fiber and the fiber helps to release more hydrogen
as I understand. So, that whole ability for the cells to metabolize properly becomes critical.
There is a category, a very huge problem with those particular cancer cells that seem to
continue to live as they say forever. They mutate and then they continue like the stem
cells of the cancer itself and that’s been a big area of concern as well. So, is there
something new on the horizon? I know we’re looking at a certain therapies and metabolite
ways, but do you have any thoughts about that? Ben: Probably a really cool one there is [0:18:51][Inaudible]
that will help apoptosis. There’s actually a number of herbals, ashwagandha. There’s
actually a number of good herbals that will help those cells die a natural death. So,
there’s good research on that. Nick: Are you a fan of CBD? Do you like— Ben: CBD is cool stuff. You know, hemp didn’t
have a chance. So, it’s a beautiful sedative. So, the alcohol industry was aligned against
it. You can make clothes out of it, ropes. The cotton industry was aligned against it.
The Rockefellers and Carnegies were trying to get patent drugs out of petroleum. And
so, they were against it because at the turn of 1900 over half of all medicines that the
pharmacists made and pharmacists actually made the medicine back then had some form
of hemp in it. So, it had the drug industry aligned against it. So, it was a beautiful
target for a lot of industries. DuPont was trying to make nylon and synthetic. [0:20:01] So, they had a lot of array against it. But
the people are actually winning that. The people are speaking and it will become nationwide
and the U.S. government will fold on that because the people are speaking. I don’t smoke
marijuana recreational, but that may be God’s greatest gift for a plant medicinal on the
planet. Nick: Now, I’ve read some of the doctors
in Oregon were taking the marijuana plant and juicing it. It creates THA when you juice
it, but it’s THC that gets you essentially high when you burn it. Ben: As long as you don’t heat it up. Nick: If you don’t heat it. Right? But you
get the benefits. Right? Ben: Absolutely. Absolutely. Nick: The CBD and all the cannabinoid. You’re
getting the benefit without— Ben: If you got a friend that’s growing,
if you can just get their leaves and juice it or if you wanna grow your own, if it’s
legal in a state, then just keep trimming it and juice it. Phenomenal. Nick: Yeah. We have some children on the spectrum
with autism and Asperger’s— Ben: There’s a broad array of diseases that
it’s amazing for from cancer to autism to just health benefits. Nick: Why do you think that? Some people feel
there are certain receptor sites that were inbred within us in the neurology and throughout
the whole body. Ben: In the brain, the body. Almost every
cell in the body has receptors that cannabidiols can plug into. Nick: Huge. Yeah. I know Dr. Joseph Maroon
who is a neurologist. He’s become very amazed with the results in people with seizures and
other neurological disorders. And cancer patients have a lot of pain too. Can it help with the
pain at a certain dosage or level? Ben: Yeah. From pain to being an anti-cancer
agent to an apoptotic agent. You know, Rick Simpson did that video 20 years ago on how
to make the green paste. There’s a name for that, but I can’t remember it right now. A
trade. And I think they didn’t even let him back in Canada for a while because of that.
But yeah, the Rick Simpson oil, that was great. And so, he helped a lot of people just teaching
them how to make it in their own kitchen sink. Nick: So, Dr. Ben Johnson, how do people find
you? I’m sure you have a website. Ben: Nick: Yeah. Very good. And from a perspective
of emotional well-being, do you think that stress, and love, and contribution— if we
look at these different factors, do people who bring love into their life and work on
an optimistic position, does that help them in the battle against cancer at least in quality
of life? Ben: We all are looking for the same things,
Nick. We all need value. We all need meaning. We all need respect. We all need love. So,
we’re all looking for the same thing, meaning love, respect. So, yeah, love is very important.
If you don’t have a lover in your life, have family around. If you don’t have family,
create family. Create relationships. Very important. Nick: Yeah. Some people even say just having
a dog or a cat can help. Ben: Unconditional love. So, absolutely. Nick: No matter what she does, that dog still
waging no matter what. Ben: But we know married people live longer
even if it may be an unhappy marriage. They live longer. Nick: Well, the guys too. Ben: Yeah. Nick: The women, they— I think the guys
are a real challenge to put on with. We’re interesting species looks like. We somehow
are trying to figure out our roots, but we don’t even know our roots anymore because
it’s just gone so different in this world. Ben: Well, the feminine movement I don’t
think has been healthy for relationships in general. I understand the women are pushing
against machoism and all that, but it can get a little over the top itself. And it’s
all about love and respect. Mutual love and respect. Everybody listening and speaking
their truth and living in love and integrity. Nick: Well, men can learn to communicate better
and it’s not our strongest suit. It’s not something we were brought up with. We kind
of hold things in at times. So, it probably needed to happen, but in a different way.
But you know, let’s sort through it somehow. Right? It’s tough when it goes into the
courts and then into the general media. And you know, these things are very stressful
for people and stress isn’t helping the situation either, is it? Ben: It does not. Nick: We know too much. We’ve been just about
down that road. This is Dr. Nick Delgado. And you know, the ray of hope is that you
can start making these changes. We do have a great online course now called neuro reprogramming. [0:25:03] And virtually every day, I have to tell you,
Dr. Ben Johnson, I listen to the programs myself because there’s not a day that I’m
not challenged with something that’s gonna like, you know, call me to question. You know,
what do I do next? How do I handle this situation, or this person, or this challenge? And so,
when we start having resources and we allow the unconditional mind and the conditioning
of the unconscious mind to kind of make better decisions about how we handle things, I think
there’s a real big need for neuro reprogramming. Neuro reprogramming is kind of a combination
of NLP, time line therapy, hypnosis. And you know, some people will prefer meditation or
prayer. But however you bring the meaning to not reacting and coming closer to contribution
and love and just letting go of some things, I know there’s gonna be times when you’re
gonna lose it. Things are gonna happen. But you know, what is the higher value and what’s
the effect on your health? I think worse. Stress tends to cause people to maybe get
the nervous snivels. They overeat. They don’t exercise. They don’t get enough sleep. I don’t
think it’s always just the stress because we’re kind of designed to handle a good amount
as long as we have good adrenals and we take the right supplements, but I think, you know,
those directives— Maybe when you’re under that much stress, it’s time to even be more
careful about your diet, your exercise. Ben: You have to be intentional. Very intentional.
Thought fill is huge. You’ve mentioned [0:26:27][Inaudible]. Its’ awesome stuff. But being intentional,
you know, vision boards. I got drafted during Vietnam. That kind of gives a few things away.
But was going to a church in Aurora, Colorado. And I went to this weekend thing. They had
us write down 10 goals, 5-year goals. Maybe it was 10-year goals, but I found that about
10 years later and I had accomplished 8 out of 10 of those things that I’ve written
down. So, vision boarding, writing down, being intentional is very, very important. Nick: I love that. So, Dr. Ben Johnson, with
the road to good health, I think that opening up the possibility that it’s okay to accept
that sometimes we can’t do it on our own and it’s good to have a resource like yourself.
You’re a fantastic physician. You’re out there helping to share the truth, which is
tough. In a day and age when big money is so in control of so many things, they even
control studies and the media releases, so most of the public isn’t getting the full
story, aren’t they? Ben: You can’t get a truthful study about
herbals, or nutritionals, or anything that might go against drugs on any TV network.
Just watch it. Half of all advertisements are drugs. They own ‘em. They’re not going
to run anything that they don’t want run because that’s their bread and butter now.
They’ve taken over the media. Nick: Now, some people might get into a situation
where— Let this kind of just regress for a moment. If they have an accident or they
get injured and they can’t get out and exercise— You know, one of my close relatives had a
fall recently. And so, we utilized this amazing Tesla device and you just attach electrodes
in and you hook ‘em and you can hook ‘em up to your feet, your ankles, you’re hips,
your thighs and you just put a low current. You just turn it up. It’s low, average,
high voltage. So, the body recognizes that. So, it’s not uncomfortable or painful. Like
with the TENS unit, if you turn it up too high, it’s like “Oh, it hurts. It burns.”
It doesn’t do that. It’s just like “Ooh, it just feels really soothing.” And I’ve
seen with people it reduces their edema and the edema is really— A lot of fluid is kind
of trying to protect the joint or the issue, but no nutritions in there. It’s lost its
oxygen carrying capacity. So, this kind of just send that signal because the body is
electric. You know, Discovery Magazine showed that the body has 50 million volts of energy
per cubic centimeter and mitochondria 30 million volts. So, we really generate huge amounts
of electricity. But if it gets impeded, it means you have to find a way to get the muscles
to twitch, to exercise, to move and then to kind of relieve that discomfort and pain.
I’ve used it for many of my clients. Neuropathy. We’ve helped people with neurological deficiencies.
And it’s one of my go-tos. What I love is we’re a computer generation. And when you’re
kind of stuck at that computer, I hope this pop you up under the table and I’m right
there. You could see the muscle contractions. Sometimes I turn it up so high because, you
know, I’m feeling really good and like I jump out of my chair, but it’s a great work
like doing 500 sit-ups, 500 squats, 500 pull-ups. Most people could never do that many, but
just sitting passively. I would have never believed it ‘cause I’m a pretty good athlete. [0:29:59] But to have experienced this, I think you’re
gonna find it as a unique device that will add to your arsenal if you could try it out. Ben: Yeah. There the book, The Body Electric,
and then Dr. [0:30:10][Inaudible] Texas wrote his book. I forget the name of it, but it’s
about we’re one big battery, and the muscles are big battery packs, and the fascia is the
electrical wiring. And the Chinese had it right. We are big electrical circuits and
everything flows. It’s all electron flowing. Nick: Somewhere acupuncture came in. Ben: Absolutely. Nick: The meridians, the chi. Ben: And that’s where if we can recharge
that battery, we’re doing a good thing. Nick: So, you’re believer also in pulse electric
magnetic frequency possibly like beamer and QRS? Ben: [0:30:40][Inaudible] I have a beamer.
I have one of these. So, yes, it’s body electric. We have to recharge the batteries. Nick: I really respect that about you, Dr.
Ben Johnson. You know, you kind of have to experience it yourself too. And we’re not
young chickens. Ben: Hey, hey, speak for yourself. Nick: So, look, we’re up against this battle— Ben: I’m not a chicken. I’m a rooster. Nick: We’re up against this battle we call
aging. And I kind of think that we can slip past it a little better than most, but it
takes consistency. Ben: Absolutely. Yeah. Consistency. I don’t
know that the turtle won the race, but we definitely wanna be consistent instead. Nick: You know, I think the rabbit got the
turn and like the turtle ended up slipping by. I don’t know the story, but it’s all
good. You know, I know you got a lot of things ahead of you and you do have a book and it’s
reminding me about your work in thermography. It’s just so important because people are
out there getting mammograms. They don’t realize the exposure and they say, “Oh, it’s just
like a chest x-ray.” But that’s kind of spread all over. A mammogram concentrates
those radiation right in very sensitive tissues. Isn’t there studies that imply that even
the test itself, if there’s done too many mammograms, maybe worsens the risk of mutated
cells, possibly even— Ben: What’s too many? I think that the equivalent
of 4 x-rays with a lot of radiation to the breast, which is what mammograms are, is like
700 chest x-rays. I don’t know anybody that would stand in front of the chest x-ray machine
and hit the button 700 sometimes. So, it’s deceptive advertising. Oh, it’s just about
the amount of radiation you would get flying from L.A. to New York. Nick: Yeah. I just heard that the other day. Ben: What a crock. So, mammograms cause cancer. Nick: Wow. Ben: I’m gonna say that again. Mammograms
cause breast cancer. There is very clear— That was published in JAMA in January of 2000
from the study from the Nordic Conference Center. Very, very honored prestigious analytical
center. The Danish government paid for that study. So, it wasn’t anything about mammograms.
They just wanted to know and that was the result. So, when asked what should women do
to not get breast cancer, the answer was avoid mammograms. So, that was the end result of
the study. So, mammograms are probably the leading cause of breast cancer in America
today. Nick: Oh wow, that’s shocking. Ben: Let me back up. So, we give women antibiotics.
Antibiotics kill of mitochondria that lead to cancer because the nonproduction of energy
in the cells is a cause. Doctors give women hormones, birth control pills, and things
like that, and equine estrogens. Those are a cause of cancer. Doctors give women abortions.
That’s a cause of breast cancer. Doctors give women mammograms. That’s a cause of
breast cancer. So, physicians are absolutely the leading cause of breast cancer in America
today. So, if you wanna avoid breast cancer, avoid your doctor. Nick: Wow. Got it. It’s just so true unfortunately.
So, I know that you’ve looked at the work using thermography, which doesn’t expose.
It picks up the heat from the body and it picks up— Ben: Nothing touches the breast. Nick: …estrogen dominance. It shows congestions,
lymphatic issues. Ben: So, let’s be clear. Thermograms are the
best test out there, but no test is 100%. Let me say that again. No test is 100%. Mammograms
are only like 50% for women under 50. Nick: Can ultrasound help? Ben: Ultrasound is like 65 or 70. So, ultrasound
is actually better than mammograms. Nick: And it’s safe, ultrasound. Ben: Yup. And then thermograms are better,
but they’re only about 90%. So, it will still miss 10%. So, you should do thermograms
with an intensive anatomy. That would be ultrasound or MRI, but mammograms are— While they’re
the standard of care, they’re the least healthy for us. Nick: Now, you mentioned MRI. So, magnetic
residence is safer? Ben: Certainly not near damaging as x-rays. [0:35:00] I mean, x-rays cause cancer. That’s what
Madame Curie died of. That’s what Rengen died of. That’s what all the people have— And
we’ve known that since it was found 100 years ago. So, x-rays cause cancer. That’s
why mammograms cause breast cancer. And there’s nothing new about that. All the studies that
showed that mammograms were helpful were fictitious, falsified. They were rigged studies and that’s
been clearly proven. So, that’s a lie. The studies that show that mammograms were beneficial
were lies. They were fictitious. Nick: Wow. I know you have some books about
breast health. Ben: Yeah. No Mammograms was my last one.
It was a bestseller. So, that was awesome. So, thank you, everyone. Nick: Yeah. Very good. Well, let’s applaud
Dr. Ben Johnson’s work. Go to his website which is? Ben: Nick: Yeah. You’ll see a link to this podcast
at You can find us on iTunes. We’re on Youtube, and Facebook,
and Instagram. Whatever your favorite media, you’ll find us because we’re gonna continue
with Dr. Ben Johnson and some other great segments to help you to really get the truth
and more importantly what is the best things you can do to optimize your health, be strong,
and be well. Thank you, everyone. [0:36:17] End of Audio

4 Replies to “Amazing ways to reverse Cancer, complementary Treatments, and Supplements Ben Johnson MD”

  1. Nick,

    Stop interrupting your guests and trying to tell him everything you know while they're trying to give you the invaluable advice and knowledge they have.

    Don't know where you got it, but you suffer from competitive syndrome… Let you guess. Guess, and you be the host.

    Lay back and exhale! You won't die

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