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TOXIC FREE Essentials The Suzanne Somers Podcast

Feb 22, 2022
ok here we are welcome to the most amazing show on the plan ok maybe not emotionally probably yes yes and here is susan summers thank you hi hi caroline welcome from mexico thank you thank you so glad you you had a good time In honor of your trip to Mexico, all I've been thinking about today is tacos, but there's nowhere here in the desert that makes organic tacos and I need organic tortillas and organic grass-fed beef and all my vegetables, so that's what we're having for dinner tonight ellen we're going to wrap up the show and then go eat i love your time homemade tacos nothing like just heating up the hot tortilla fresh out of the pan with the filling and then i've sliced ​​iceberg lettuce and sliced ​​tomatoes and green onions and sour cream and salsa a little bit of guacamole and then it spills out the side of your mouth you know i remember when we had a tortilla maker yeah and i haven't seen it here now stored it's not good but that's the way to make I say homemade from scratch to Molly's well you bought that you bought it I didn't buy it no tamales are anything other than tamale tortillas you make the dough and it's like a dough and then you put the car ne in the middle and then you roll them into one thing and another good and then you use good so we had a tortilla maker yeah this visit somewhere i cant find anything i was laying in bed this morning and i thought i was missing so many clothes I have three cashmere dresses that I love a red turtleneck a white turtleneck and a cobalt blue turtleneck and where are they I don't know where there is something half stored half here anyway you know there isn't no one watching you yeah i was looking in my closet today and almost everything is i have a section called show clothes and pretty much the whole wall is show clothes because of all the different tops i wear for all of you because i think its part of my obligation to show off good to you and a lot of you comment on the things i wear some of you like the things i wear some of you don't like the things i wear you didn't like when my pants c orthos were so short it looked like I had no underpants on but I had them on I had shorts on and I mixed all of that into caroline she told me to dress like this for club night so it's your fault caroline director caroline no problem with shorts shark yeah sure oh yeah me neither thats just them i just want you caroline and all of you to know i would never stop wearing panties i would never have taken on that role sharon stone knew i bet they sell panties that have a picture on them looks real huh? and that would never, yeah that would never have entered my mind, well I know it would, yeah, but you know what Allen did today.
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He showed me this picture and said do you like these? panties i have a husband who orders me o organic cotton b ikini panties but that's so sweet well i used to go if you remember many many many years yes yes you should go to walmart it was walmart jc penney jcpenney jcpenney and i used to buy you 50 pairs of organic cotton yes and then i went to hanky panky that's right but now my hanky pankies are getting old cause you know you forget to buy new panties and i've had them for a decade or more and now they're starting to climb up my butt and they always have but you Yes.
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Yes, you have sex three times today every day. at the office and tell him I need some shaving gel, I don't have any anymore, you know? Here's the shaving gel I love it I don't know what you shave at home but I shave my legs and I am also very very cautious about anything I put near any kind of hole in my body to keep it clean and organic and that's the great thing about this shave gel it's great for men's faces it's great for women's legs and panty line if you haven't tried shave gel today is a good day to try it because it's a good buy and i love our toothpaste i love it there's nothing wrong with it and you know i've had dental stuff because of my fall and some broken teeth and so great i'm not using a toothpaste that has fluoride in it or something bad the stuff in it everything is good for you it has stabilized oxygen i use the toothpaste also with mouthwash oh i shoot a little i shoot a little shot in my mouth i have a little water and i shake it and it's like mud it's great mouthwash and no it's bad for you and it's real mint and it has real peppermint oil instead of mint flavor and it's sugar free it's a really good product when i was a teenager and my uh skin would break out with sids i used to use toothpaste on every pimple to dry it out did you ever do that caroline or ever you had pimples yes that was the thing yes i would say it was a way to dry it yes my first husband must have been very happy with it we ar big curlers in my hair and toothpaste in my ziss so tiffany olsen dora says since i was little i never used soap on my face and now my face stinks uh what stinks like dry drying i dont know oh oh it stinks oh it stinks yeah you have come to the right place i am 75 and my skin is well and that's because i use our product you know i'm not saying i don't have wrinkles but i don't have as many as i could have had because i take hormones and hormone replacement is a game changer and then when you use organic products it's pretty good, it's ba stante good so anyway and then i put this on your back this morning because ellen had an itchy back so i rubbed the nourishing body lotion all over her back with vanilla and wild orange and then the bed smelled so good , yeah I enjoyed doing it for you today I loved it and then I always always always always always always use our deodorants if it does the job and there's nothing wrong with it and think of all the pores you have under your arms and for years I used to wear that deodorant that had aluminum chlorohydrate remember that one and that was created by our friend sasha well the jingle one jingle yes no the no the bulky one and um you know you take everything through your pores so with this everything you take is good for you gotta read you what's in that um doesn't have um harsh chemicals uh is uh citrus oils no aluminum chlorohydrate no aerosol certified toxic free no animal testing wild orange jasmine lightness blah, blah it's all good it's all good so it has natural deodorant deodorants and you don't really stick with it not really but also when you use organic products on your skin and you know eat organic and stuff like that.
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Don't smell what you smell are toxins and so try it try it for 30 days, at some point it will remove all the chemicals your body is used to absorbing from skin care or the food you eat or what you clean your house with a d uh change our stuff for just for a month you won't stink you won't i never smell i could sweat because it's not like caroline says an antiperspirant but i don't smell and neither do you never smell i never smell no it doesn't yeah but I think it's because our diet is clean and our skin care is clean. just rub a little under her arm come here honey come here honey today we met a dog older than your dog really yeah and she has lost about 98% of all her hair yeah and she and she shakes and wears a little coat that the animals now have clothes and i said yes she has like her weekly clothes and then her weekend comes out close she says yes and um so we went to our crazy dermatologist today to get things uh what is liquid oxygen what burns things with liquid nitrogen? yeah alan had to take this liquid oxygen and alan's Island is back and he had a little cyst he wanted to remove from my rear end and he looks at it and says um i'm not in the mood today come back next week because he's yelling at us yes, he yells at us, what are you doing? here, yeah, what do you want? and we keep coming back we like him he knows his stuff like Shaky Green yeah yeah Sheki Green was one of my opening acts or was it me you were in his opinion oh I was his oh that was it that was wrong before i continue, can i just say that not every celebrity will tell you that she went to the dermatologist today and they wanted a cyst removed from her ass?
I have no secrets with you I have no secrets with you it hurts it's a little it's like a little you have when you're a teenager you have clandestine here well I have one on my ass and it's like it hurts so next week I'll take pictures and show you yes so um i think it was the desert inn where is the hotel sans oh sans i got my hotels mixed up lemme lemme tell you a part of the story ok ok so huh we just made a deal with old mgm grand ok for you and you played they played a couple dates there and we're going back for our third date and the hotel burns down oh yeah it burned down so the agent who was very witty said you know how you'd like to go to the sands with shecky green and i said cool we really like shimmery green so let's go to the arenas this was in nineteen well you'll know in 1902 it was in 1992 right? i go to saints hotel and

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is the opening act and she is doing her show and they tell me if i was opening or co-starring cohen yes which is different yes you have the same size on the marquee his name is above mine he's down but the letters are the same size and he said he always wanted to be on top of you so anyway anyway while you're on stage I get a note that the hostages have been released in Iran so that this is when carter carter was president carter was president ok oh no no reagan was president oh reagan was president nt reagan was president okay he just became president okay and he must have said something to the iranians in a matter of days yeah so i heard that the hostage was just released and i managed to let you know and with a suggestion and you took this. you announced it to the audience you took the suggestion and started singing god bless america and the whole room joined in yep and i was backstage with shecky and checky i was kind of upset how am i going to follow this up and it just so happened that he was great i want To say that the audience was in the right frame of mind and they were hysterical about his act was probably great in hindsight, but I was much younger than I would have in the same situation, I would have finished my show. and then when he was going to start his show, I'd interrupt him and go on stage with him and say and then we'd both put a bullet in, but um, I don't know, I hear God bless America, I even cry. saying the words god bless america i i was sitting next to a soldier a couple weeks ago who was flying fighter jets in iraq and i was enthralled sitting next to him you are such a nice guy i remember meeting president reagan huh merv griffin gave him a reception at your hotel the beverly hilton hotel and um so there was merv hi merv and there was mr mrs reagan hello and then i went on to talk to the next person i heard reagan say i love her in she's the sheriff so he was the one who looked yeah I thought you had time to look at Jesus but he was known to take an afternoon nap and he was about 75 so I don't know why you know I don't know I find I liked to have an afternoon nap now that's my new allowance at 75 i like to lie down and i fall asleep for 15 deep minutes and it cools me down you know until last year i never took a nap no but you take them now and i know you like it yeah yeah you snore yeah you snore in your naps ace yeah i remember thatum that doctor we went to in um was houston or it doesn't matter where it was it doesn't matter maybe atlanta and he told me about you when he checked your next situation and your eyes and said he needs a nap he needs a nap every day so uh jesse gerlick suzanne recommends bioidentical doctors in southern california ok jesseyou're in luck because very soon and i'm not sure when maybe caroline knows that suzanne is going to recommend doctors our kind of doctors the right ones that she can go to, yes and we're very excited about that, and there's a start date, caroline, um, i know what she's asking, the thing is going to a doctor who hasn't stepped out of the comfort zone of what they learned. in med school so they don't really know what they're talking about with all due respect and bioidentical hormones I always say like going to a doctor who doesn't specialize in bioidentical hormones is like going to a plumber for a heart bypass is so out of the question its sand and someti month i listen to the advice they give you i am thinking oh my oh my is what you need to know about hormones and my books will help you a lot and i think if you are just thinking about using hormones most important book you could read before go to the doctor and when we have this prepared for you, which is imminent, as caroline said, is to arm yourself with information if you read my book, any of my books on hormones, but the most recent one is exclusively on hormones. its just that im too young for this because most women think they are too young for this wow when you get it right and it takes a while when you start to replace because what you need is what you need which is different than what I which is different from what caroline is taking but when and when you start to replace the hormones you have lost in the aging process or through stress it takes a while to find the sweet spot sometimes up to a year but you get almost relief within the first week or so and then i call your doctor with every symptom you know the symptoms are itchy sleepy sweaty swollen forgetful and all dry you call your doctor if it itches and you think ok i can't call my doctor because it itches no that's a language that's body language that all those things that I just mentioned the seven dwarfs are um indicators that everything is not okay the body speaks to you I'm biting you because I want you to do something uh you're in a bad mood because i want you to think about why you can't sleep i want you to think about why so oh i can't wait for you to put on biodental and then tell me how good you feel it has made my life so great he was telling someone the other night he came out with ambassador grinnell and he said um he was very excited about the fact that it looks like we're going to do a reality show and i told him i already do a reality show here with you but we're going to expand that and i said you know i sell my age.
I remember when I turned 65. You can't lie about your age so I started talking about it on camera whereas most women used to be really worried about it but there's Google you know when you're talking to someone you can Google how old they are . so and um now that i'm 75 wow i told him the other night when we were talking i said i think i'm the happiest i've ever been everyday i live in gratitude you know your brain believes everything you say and every time i have a moment in which that i think i find otherwise, but i have this, i look at what i have instead of what i don't have and it has changed my whole attitude about everything and, um, i worked really hard to forgive. everyone i need to forgive and um forgive myself for any harm or harm i may have inflicted on other people just cleaning the slate i want the slate really clean i think that is part of wisdom caroline read this the other night uh the other day at a business meeting i want to read to you it's going to make you feel great i thought this was brilliant caroline thanks i just found it i didn't write it but it's ok now listen to this caroline found this because we were having a very important meeting and i know that you found it because you thought that I don't want your age to come out as something negative an extensive study in the United States found that the most productive age in human life is between 60 and 70 years of age the second most productive stage of the human being it is from 70 to 80 years the third most productive stage is from 50 to 60 years the average age of the nobel prizes is 62 years the average age of the presidents of companies stands out The average age of pastors in the world is 63.
The average age of pastors in the 100 largest churches in the US is 71. This tells us in a way that the best years of their lives have been determined to be among the 60s and 80s A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that at age 60 you reach the peak of your potential and this continues until your 80s, so if you're between 60 and 70 or 70 and 80, you get the best and second best of your life talk is we are living in this incredible time of life extension we are living longer than humans have ever lived but no one has really thought about the quality of life in that life extension that's what we do here that's what I do in my books all these products it's great to sell you the product because mainly because I know it's going to benefit and improve your life to keep your internal body clean by not putting garbage in your skin so that you are in the m Best age you've ever been. you have a great life ahead of you life is really good so take care eat well yes it is so true and you have been so helpful in so many ways to help us eliminate toxicity whether it is emotional toxicity or if it is in our care skin or hair, so what we rounded up for you today are Suzanne's, these are some of her daily essentials, think of your daily use of toothpaste, shaving gel, deodorant, and volumizing lotion, and they may not even realize that the toothpaste they use has ingredients in it. that you might not know that they are harmful to you, yes you might not know that when you put on deodorant because who would have thought that there would be something harmful that we have been using all over our?
It's not until someone like Suzanne comes along. and she explains that there is a more natural way to do it. You know there are a lot of chemicals in conventional shaving cream and then you use your razor and you shave, you open those pools and those chemicals go right into your skin and then you take the lotion. and you put it on top of that and again if it's chemical based it's an example of you using chemicals and promotion she doesn't use chemicals in her shaving gel and it's smooth and it conforms to your skin and it's moisturizing and her deodorant is made with all-natural ingredients so there's nothing going to get into those pores again right after you shave your underarms and then you put a chemical just above right and that's where you have so much of your so much of your extremity system is under your arms you've never had swollen lymph nodes you feel them under your arms caroline makes perfect sense it's for men who use shaving gel that's clean like this and certified toxic free because you're when you shave you're actually cutting yourself a little , so remember that the panty line you want doesn't hurt you in any way, it really depends on how small your panties are, I mean everything from bloomers, people already wear bloomers, I don't think so. so but would they be cute would they actually be cute actually when you were when you were chris chrissy yes and you were the teddy bear yes you were wearing bloomers under the teddy bear yes fancy little pants with a little bit of lace on them i still have her two pairs i have her two pairs of fancy pants and I got his teddy bear that he wore on the cover of Newsweek that's a valuable thing that was one of the nice things the producers did for you what they gave you you know the teddy yeah yeah yeah yeah , and the other thing i have that is pretty cool is i have the leopard coat i wore it on the show before that i wore it for the american graffiti photo shoot with annie leibowitz with the whole cast of american graffiti i went in and annie leibowitz the most famous photographer in the world i told everyone in the cast of american graffiti to come tuesday at eight o'clock in the morning we're going to take the photo and she had the yellow uh ford and the thunderbird didn't i was there it was harrison ford with the yellow ford and george lucas there was something so i went in i thought to god im gonna be in a spread in vanity fair when vanity fair magazine was really something to do i put on so i put on my big pants in black leather and a black turtleneck and then i put on this leopard coat just because it was cold i came in she said keep the coat go there and georgia there and harrison you there and cindy and it's great in our new house um , I want to blow up that vanity fair spread and put it on this big white wall because it's a great image, it's great and you know in every room I think you need a touch of black and it has a black background which is my personal thing, we'll actually do better than that because now there's a tv, a giant tv that's h8k, which means it's the highest quality picture possible for most broadcasters. they're streaming in 4k right now this is 8k i don't even know if anyone is streaming in AK but for sure they will in the future so that giant tv is on the wall where you want to put that image and we're going to digitize the image and put it inside this television that allows you to program, uh, reprogram images on the television so that the television on the wall looks like a photograph, okay, and it doesn't look like a television, no, because I like the looks like the pictures on the shelf it looks like a photograph with a really nice frame either black or white whatever you want and every time you get tired of looking at this picture you click the button yeah yeah yeah there's no way they don't look pixelated that's really cool they're really nice and they go in like a little bit it has a black frame so when you're not using it as a tv it looks like art yeah it comes with two x's it comes with a black and white very well and the other thing is that you know the big al bar from the other house mike rondo who builds the most wonderful cabinets and has been working with us for over 30 years on different things is doing exactly that bar for the living room i am so excited and then the whole end of the room opens the glass opens though i remember sitting there one day and that bobcat walked by i don't want bobcats in the living room that's something that explores no that's the only thing yes like and they have you can't see it well can you that's how you see their faces yeah that's exactly yeah it's scary yeah they're not like hello honey the funniest thing i think i told you this before the previous owner left on a promontory you can see from the living room , a donkey, a cement donkey and a shepherd and so the workers took pictures of this one day a big-horned sheep comes down from the mountain and sees the donkey went and wow, a big-horned sheep approaches the donkey and treats to eat yes and tried and tra she fought and cried until she killed him and knocked him down and was like oh she wasn't funny but we got her on her feet again you guys will join us later we have two kids today that suzanne will be introducing we have a toxic free essential kit of three pieces that has the toothpaste and the shaving gel and the deodorant and they are all organic by susan organics the retail value is almost 80 and it's on sale today for 49.99 it's off 37 and you can find it alone at suzanne summers.com and if you want to go up to the four piece kit also get the vanilla and wild orange body lotion and it's 42 off and that's down from almost 120 to 69.99 very big discounts yes the vanilla and wild orange body lotion wild orange was one of the first products that suzanne this is how it got started yes and it's amazing and it just smells dreamy but use toothpaste that's good for you and deodorant that's good for you and shaving gel that's Okay to you these things make a difference i talk to you all the time about the toxic load we all have now imagine if you're using fluoride toothpaste and other bad stuff that's toxic doesn't it give you a warning on the tooth huh toothpaste organic toothpaste yes, something if you swallow it or what not, about fluorosis, you know it's like bottled water? rs had a book uh years I don't know 30 40 years ago called safe drinking water and it was amazing because they tried most of the bottled waters that come from different parts of the world and it's amazing I mean there was um what is that terrible poison by the one that people die?
Oh phthalates sorry what was caroline arsenic? Arsenic? days and maybe it's the same today producers or offshore bottled waters maybe in the states also they don't have to label the ingredients that are in their water whereas the water provided to you in your home they have to tell you exactly what is it in the water ok bottled waters scare me and well i mean and you know most restaurants most good restaurants these days they actually filter their waters yeah plaster is much healthier learning little by little we are realizing it but as if i am starting to explain the toxic load you use toothpaste that has fluoride in it now you have a toxic load then you use shaving gel which is full of chemicals that burn more toxic than you. you wear deodorant under your arms and now you have more toxins in your body than lotions like this that have chemicals in them and then you wear makeup and lipstick that has lead in it and then you use household cleaners that have and and you washyour clothes in chemistry and you can see what is happening, we are under the biggest environmental attack in human history and if we don't catch up, it's for our undoing.
You can not? You can't cure disease um using this, but sure you can eliminate the possibility and make it less possible. You know that, in general, that is not taking proactive measures to survive. It's about surviving and life is. so beautiful i want to live that long no and always talking about things that she's talking about incremental she's just not going to say well now you can't get something because you use these products but she teaches us that you can take a little bit of that toxic load off with all these treatments and if the products are not only as good but better, why not?
If she's wearing this, yeah, she doesn't realize if she's wearing this and cleaning. your house with our organic non toxic cleaner and i told you about gloria had a vomit fest last friday oh my god but the stain remover the toxic cleaner and then the stain remover covered it all you will never know it was like that it didn't even exist but you use all those things and then you add them all up in your head you use these things without toxins you clean your house without toxins you eat organic food that hasn't been sprayed with poison who thought that? it was a good idea to wear makeup that's toxic frozen lipstick that has no guideline you know it doesn't take a brain scientist to come out right that has to be better for you and i was saying today that the reason i'm going to make tacos for dinner tonight it's because there aren't any here with all the latinos that live here and all that. great mexican food made here but to my knowledge they don't use organic and um what you eat is who you are.
Dr. Mark Hyman said something last week, I think I told you, he said your body is what you are. fact if you make your body taste organic fruits and veggies and clean foods and grass fed beef and organic chicken and wild caught salmon all those things he said thats the body youll get thats the body it means to hit the health of your body he said but if you make your body with doritos and fast foods and excitotoxins that's the body you'll get so we're in a place here we've never been before our parents weren't here because they didn't .
We don't get all this barrage, we choose the life we ​​want and the choices I make and as I get older I realize it's all about the choices we make, good and bad, and when I lecture I always tell my audience that when you go to bed tonight, make an imaginary list in your head and on one side is what you What you did that day through your decisions took away your good health and the other side is what you did today. The decisions you made lead you to have great health. on the wrong side so change that paradigm make almost every choice you make throughout the day including your thoughts and knowing that love is so important and um and eat well it will make a world of difference.
I do not promise anything. i'm just saying it will make a big difference and it sure has changed my life my relationship caroline lives the same way and bruce lives the same way and our grandkids have grown up on organic food and that's the best gift we can give them well whatever I don't have and you can show them how cute you are. No, I will, but I have an announcement. What's that? Okay, listen carefully. I heard it last Sunday night. Suzanne and I have reached a new level of sophistication in our relationship, and I wanted you to know it. she did too good she called me good another layer in the relationship why did i call you i don't remember you called me because you were making pumpkin and it was in the oven ok oh i was squashed oh this was last night let me finish yes that's right it was last night last night the pumpkin was in the oven and you said take the pumpkin out of the oven the reason i'm asking is because i still have nerve damage in his hands so i can't lift things well you like me to be involved and you're good , you know everything I ask of him okay he doesn't hesitate he absolutely does it you're so cool so I take out take things out and put them on the stove to cool down properly so I turned off the oven properly turned off the oven, why wouldn't it? turn off the oven if you take the thing out why don't you turn off the oven because i was then so you were making rack of lamb well and the first thing you did was season it wonderfully you fry it and then you put it in the oven yeah thinking the oven still it was on yeah but it was off because we had the squash out and then you called me over because I was about to do it and I had the squash all seasoned on the plate and then I had these beets that I had roasted for the day and I had them all sautéed and some butter and then I was going to put this beautiful rack of lamb on our plate and cut it just two chops each and then with a little bit of pesto on top and I was ready to put the plates together and I went to have them bring out the lamb from the oven but the oven wasn't on so here's how we can rectify this so you'll never be a me no mind again uh no i did actually i always meant it with love yeah well but i was mad because i don't like it i take pride in every meal i cook and i don't like that would upset you caroline that would be annoying yes annoying oh caroline you don't have to suck susan come on she's she's my daughter- my father in law and the president of our company I said it in a very respectful way, sincerely annoying, but it would be annoying if you didn't know and clearly you weren't trying to sabotage, no, no, because it was his dinner, okay? he was trying to be helpful ok yeah and he was so here's how to do it just a moment the bottom line was the lamb was amazing well i turned the oven back on for five minutes for five minutes eight minutes eight minutes and you said and you said ok now take it out it wasn't ok it wasn't ok it wasn't as pink as I wanted it to be and I probably should have left it alone for six minutes but it's hard to tell when I did I don't know how cooked it had been on the inside because the way you make a rack of lamb and i'm going to show you how to make a lamb wrap sometimes people are intimidated by rack of lamb and it's just lamb chops but they haven't been cut into sticks yet your favorite meat is a wonderful food people get upset when you talk about them why oh it's a touch point it's not bad well it's from new zealand and it's grass fed and yes it's cuter the animal the people oh the people be in haha oh well you know what I don't eat is veal 'cause that's baby baby it's like I don't I don't know how they make veal but it's like it's wrong anyway when I'm on the Australian show today , which I do a lot of, I'm one of the regulars on your morning show today, my books are very popular there and I had the good um advantage one morning to say, you know, I'm just buying you my um, beef and lamb grass fed and because they don't they don't put anything all their cattle are grass fed the real deal anyway that's how we never have that situation again when you pull out the squash or what is it ever out of the oven?
The next time you say Suzanne, do you want me to turn off the oven? I'm fine and I'm leaving the oven on so we both know our work order why would you expect me to say do you want me to leave the oven on if you're done with the squash? I didn't know you were going to do it. put anything else in there well you've seen me do a lot of lamb but still i take responsibility for what i didn't do and you take responsibility for i take responsibility for everything i'm responsible for. and show them how cute you are, okay, you'll be surprised to know, caroline, that his shirt is unbuttoned almost to the waist. back we had those jackets made in korea and Suzanne looks very korean ok ok but it's all worth it because look how cute he is and um there he's not at the disco night but tonight he has the shirt you might as well wear the medallion yeah oh really yeah yeah put on that gold chain yeah and maybe a neck scarf.
I know that what I need is a ring for my little finger. no here that's not here i put it on i just put a ring on my little finger i think i know where it is oh now he's going to go look for it anyway our instagram friend said don't you look like tonight he's out of the room what do you have to tell him he'll be back in the room again we have to keep the door closed because gloria you're aging beautifully congratulations to you oh no it's him all that stuff i read you about aging and it seems to stop at age 80 but he's 85 so that's not what 85 year olds look like and I really put it down to the fact that her mom was just She's the most amazing cook and she'd just cook real food and buy a live fish and then kill the fish at home and check it for the scales and all and when she would buy a chicken she'd check it out and she grew up on such quality food.
Her mother was a country cook and then, um, she just got two very nice compliments. Allan, what did they say? You are aging wonderfully and the other was the other, you said. you don't look like tonight you don't look like since you mentioned my mom your beautiful mom is fine this is a picture of my mom and her mom when they literally got off the boat yeah okay yeah from poland yeah right after world war ii in 1919. look at these women look at those women and her mother came to canada having escaped atrocities and got a job scrubbing floors at the train station and then she saved enough money to buy a house and turned the house into cost 3 100 3 100 in 1923 23. and that's when she o Penetrated the boarding house and then Al was born in a boarding house with 17 people.
It is a wonderful story of the triumph of the human spirit and when my mother passed away, she was a millionaire. she was. He charged everyone six bucks a week yeah and one of the great things he did taught me so much that he had all these grandkids and left them all a good amount of money and you know who else my son bruce left the same amount to of money she left for all the other grandchildren I ever knew she had accepted me 100 but when she did it touched my heart she taught me so much about compassion and generosity and love and that was a beautiful thing but she didn't have toxic free toothpaste, you probably didn't even use toothpaste. he probably liked baking soda we didn't have toothpaste growing up we used baking soda life has changed a lot and then we got toothpaste that had fluoride in it and crap because fluoride was a waste byproduct of manufacturing aluminum a and they didn't know what to do with all this fluoride, so they made a deal with cities all over the United States and it probably happened all over the world that if we could put fluoride in our water supplies, then they'd build bridges and highways and Things like that, so it was a quid pro quo but it was at our expense we got the bridges and the highways but also fluoride causes bone molding but the american dental association came out and said no no it prevents tooth decay well it deteriorates. your bones so i was supposed to speak at the american dental association and they had written an article about this how i was offended by fluoride in our water system and they said if you bring this up at the conference we don't want you to come so I didn't mention it, but that was a shame, anyway, you know they already paid for the lecture, so you could have stayed home.
One of the things that I love about our show that we do is have an opportunity to discuss these things and how I know pico and caroline talk and alan talk please post your questions and your reactions and stuff because this is a free forum it's not political no way ever and that's how i want it to be i just want it to be an hour every three days uh mon wednesday and friday where we have um rest from everything that's going on now i hope you like it i love i love being with all of you and you know susanna talks about so many great things and we always put some great discounts for you guys today they are essentials toxic free we have a three piece kit and a four piece kit both are available at suzanne summers.com the three piece kit you get the paste from summersmile teeth which has um is oxygen based and has real peppermint oil in it is wonderful its fluoride free you get the shave gel which is one of the organic Suzanne's toxin free, and deodorant and, um, it's a great way to replace some of those everyday items you use that you didn't know had so many toxins in it and maybe never realized it's almost $80 worth is on sale today for 49.99 and is 37 off the four piece kit which has the wild orange vanilla body lotion if you have never tried Suzanne's body lotion it smells like a cream sickle it has the most beautiful scent it really moisturizes your skin because it puts a lot of wonderful ingredients on it and not the chemicals that are usually just fillers they put. on the go that feel great but don't really nourish your skin like hers does and that kit is almost $120 worth it's on sale for $69.99 today only 42 off is a huge discount so skip those if can I know it takes 28 days for thefull cell turnover so i always say when you get your period you get your periods again.
Yeah, you've been obsessed with periods lately. I don't know why it's not happening here. I have no eggs. being called is eggl Essness because a lot of people when I said you know a lot of people take hormones where they take estrogen every day of the month and then 15 days of the month they take progesterone at the end of the month you have apoptosis which is when um kill all the dead cells, the cells die and then you have your period so some women choose to have their period and if you have a uterus you will have a period but a lot of women in Britain say oh I don't want to get pregnant don't worry don't worry unless that you are shedding your uterus unless your uterus is menopausal you could have a uterus and not have eggs if you are menopause yes thats ok i think she just said that yes she said if you have a uterus you will have to have eggs from your ex, yeah, so you can't, if you don't have eggs left, that's menopause, not having eggs, you can't get pregnant, don't worry, never worry again um what and what it leads to is the next chapter in life, which is when you can s going back to dating like me and alan and maybe i'm so happy at this point in my life we ​​were put here to be happy right? and every day we make the choice to be happy i was put here to make you happy and you do it because we have a functionally codependent relationship you make me happy and i'm proud of this yeah it's wonderful and what i love about you is you know it's It's been a challenging couple of years for me nothing like most people have to go through but I can't really use this arm like I normally do I'm exercising it every day but I can't open things that's the army used to hit me with the right never me um uh whatever i asked him to do i said can you help me write it pops up right away there's nothing i'll do it so it's really wonderful anyway we're coming to the end of our Program.
I really enjoyed it. to you and caroline and alan flying by like being with dear old friends and that's how i feel about you so you know it's not who you do it's not who you are it's not what you have at all it's just about Who do you love and who loves you and I love you and you and you and you love me love is all good night everyone

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