This is the rich dad radio show, the good news and bad news aboutmoney.
Here's Robert Kiyosaki.
RobertKiyosaki, the rich dad radio show, the good news and bad news todayabout your health.
You know, because everybody's talkingabout this Corona virus, which I say as a fake pandemic is adisguise for the real pandemic.
Well, the real crisis is money, but anyway, so it's a very important showbecause it's health, you know, cause you may as well, I think the real issue isCorona virus attack attacks, the unhealthy.
And so the best way to notget attacked is get healthy.
So it's a very important program.
And, um, we have two very special guests, but before that is my sweetheartKim and I'll talk about how, how important is healthand the two guests today? Well, health is super important.
I think it's really interestingthat they've closed all the gyms.
And so I've never seen so many peopleout on the street walking, running, hiking, biking.
Um, it's, it's kinda good to see.
But I think what's really important inand our two guests we'll talk about it is in this crisis, this Corona virus, is that people aren't doing thethings they need to to stay healthy.
And like you said, it's the health, it's the unhealthy that are getting hit.
So the more we can do, I mean yesterday I found a pair of 10pound weights and I brought them home with me so I can just keep doing stuffto stay healthy.
So our guest today, very special guest dr Nicole Srednicki and Dr Nicole is a board certifiedfamily nurse practitioner.
She is primary care provider and alsoboard certified from the American Academy on anti aging and regenerativeregenerative medicine.
Graduated from Georgetown university ofcourse Magna cum latte in Washington D C and our other guest is dr Josh Haggard.
He's a general third-generationchiropractor and we both use, we both go to dr Nicole and dr Josh.
He's dr Josh is a advanced certified inchiropractic biophysics and graduated from life West college of chiropractic.
So welcome dr Nicole and dr Josh.
Thank you for having us.
And dr Nicole, you're also part, you'realso on the STEM cell board, right? Or something like that.
Yes, the American Academy ofSTEM cells position.
And so I'm on their ethics committee.
And th the reason we have dr Nicole anddr Josh on the program is because they have, you know, they, they'reboth fanatics on health.
I mean they, they're, Nicole is on my back like a cheapsuit constantly and she's all, you know, years of, for years now she's been giving me thesestupid things called hand wipes and this in fact in all and bug spray andwiping down my seats when I'm on the airplane, I'm going course, the reason I have so many hand wipes iscause she keeps giving me another batch and I never use them.
But anyway, she tries, she could make a fortune rightnow selling them and that.
Wild stuff and all that stuff.
I neveruse it.
But I have a pile of it now.
And dr Josh is a doctor of chiropractic.
And the reason I like about dr Josh, he is a specimen of health man.
I, boy, he and his wife are bodybuilders.
They're, I mean they're, they look like health.
I mean youwill, you'll go into their office, it looks health.
Everythingabout their office is health.
You lie on their icetable getting, you know, your spine stretched out and they gothealth videos coming at you nonstop.
They're both educators.
They're botheducators about which is important, which is what all of us.
And there's one last thing.
Why this show is so important is I justposted on Twitter would have to be taken down.
I, I, I posted thesestats.
Why I think this pandemic, I'm not saying the pandemic isnot real or dangerous, you know, I am the poster child.
If you said, who is the classic person that'sgoing to get the Corona virus? My picture would be in thebullseye.
You know, I'm an old guy.
I've had pneumonia three times.
Diabetes, heart problems.
I battle obesity.
I've had malaria.
I've even had to bail out at a hundredfeet, scuba diving.
I blew holes all over my lungs.
I nevermade it to a decompression chamber.
So my lungs are shot everything aboutme shot and so I should be dead by all things.
But you know, so I postthis thing, these, these stats, why I think it's fake.
And I got so much hate mailfrom people saying I just, I didn't realize how hypercontract people are this.
So press have really, really driven the fear into people andhave turned this into a panic situation where it didn't need to be apanic situation.
Let me finish.
So the thing I'm saying isthe stats I put on Twitter, you should blame Nicole forthem cause she gave them their stats and those stats.
WHO, the world health organizationand CDC, you know, Caesar for democratic control.
I've got one more stat I just sent toNicole about how this thing is a hoax.
How many people die from drugover for those as every year? 67, 367 died from drug overdoses.
How many have died fromCoronavirus so far.
I don't know.
And the numbers could go up, but Ithink it's a scare tactic personally.
But that's why I blame doctrine.
All you who hate me now, cause I put it on Twitter, thestats, it was dr Nicole's fault.
You take full responsibilityfor that Nicole.
But you know, Iwill just say that, um, with these, with these statistics, when people look at them, they can look at it in differentlight and they can also look at it.
And you know, when you see thenumber of deaths, you know, worldwide we have in between 2018and 2019 that that flu season, we had, uh, between 290 and 650, 000respiratory related that, so, you know, just to even reducepeople's stress levels when, you know, you see these numbers, these death numbers, just increasing daily with thiscurrent virus.
But also, you know, I know it's a serious issue, but put it in relation to the rest ofthis and let it be a little bit of, okay, well there are huge numbers ofpeople dying every year, you know, from other respiratorydiseases.
So, you know, I, I always talk about stressreduction because, um, you know, if we're stressed all the time, that'sgoing to weaken our immune system, whatever light you want to lookat those statistics, you know, you can learn something from itor you can point fingers and so, right.
But I'll, I'm just saying, yeah, that's fine.
I mean, it's horrifying.
This guy, governor Cuomo of New York, you know, he's saying you're not oneperson should die.
I mean, look, I'm not going to die every day becauseour old or they're sick.
I mean, you know, no, we're goingto save everybody.
Give mean effin break, you know, I mean, he's using fear of dying andconfusing it with everything else.
And that's my upset.
Now the good news is today's programis about health and there is, and I have dr shred Nicki on it.
Dr Nicole is because sheis a health advocate.
Now what does a health advocate means? It means she protects me from the otherdoctors.
Uh, her boyfriend, whoever.
I mean her, her fiance, dr Radha Gopalan, they don't trust their own doctors.
So they make sure that when it'slike having two attorneys, you know, you're making sure one attorney iswatching the other attorney today.
In today's world, you have to have, you have to have a doctor watching thedoctor cause we're a bunch of quacks out there.
And the thingI loved about dr Josh, she's going to talk to you aboutchiropractic because he's going to be politically correct, but many medical doctorsthink chiropractors arequacks and chiropractor st the doctors, the quack, the bunch ofducks.
Anyway, the point here is, is we're going to getdifferent points of view.
And that's what the richdad company is about.
It's about the good news andbad news about hell.
So dr Josh, could you quickly, you were, you know, with last time I was talking to you, the reason I go to you, it's because you're strong and fast enoughto move my neck.
You know, I, I have, um, I am a very stiff neck.
I don'tmove very well.
No, not flexible.
But you're fast enough andquick enough to move it.
But what are some the benefits when itcomes to immune system and health that chiropractice provides that, youknow, two shots of penicillin won't, well specifically chiropractic in generalI could say reduces the sympathetic nervous system.
So your nervous system is either in aparasympathetic mode or sympathetic mode and your sympathetic mode iswhat it's fight or flight, right? You're trying to get throughwhatever situation you're in.
And we know like if your joints arefixated or subluxated as the chiropractic term with ITU is where things just aren'tworking right and we can restore the normal biomechanics and help balance outyour nervous system so that you're in their Pearson, but theparasympathetic mode most of the day, then your body's going to functionnormal like it should, which you know, you're the digestion, you're gettingnutrients to yourselves, you're getting, um, your immune systemat the top of its game.
And that's what we're trying tolook forward through chiropractic.
So like it quick story like to tellpeople is my dad at the age of six, um, they were in Levine, his dad's a farmer, he's gets all these sortsof illness.
And allergies, and he was in all sorts of medications.
And finally the medical doctorslook at his parents and said, he just keeps going downhilland nothing we have is helping.
We don't know what to do.
Sosomeone at the church said, Hey, why don't you take himto this chiropractor? So they took him to the chiropractorand it just totally turned his health around.
They couldn't believehow much life he got back, got off all the medications, and totally improved his health.
So my grandpa sold his farm and wentto chiropractic college in the 50s and that's how it kind ofstarted our family.
So you're third generation now? Yeah.
So from a chiropractice point of view, what did our practice do for yourgrandfather? That medicine could not, well, you know, I think it justhelps reset the nervous system.
So instead of being, you know, crazy allergic to everything that possiblywas on the farm and everything else sitting his body off, itwasn't functioning correctly.
It just helped to restorenormal homeostasis.
And then obviously chiropractors, most chiropractors that I know are allabout trying to be as healthy as we can and promote health.
And it's a lot of the time is just passingon the normal message of all right, this is how normal things work.
You know, like we need sunlight for yourbody to be healthy, your body, we can supplement vitaminD, vitamin D is great, but it's never going to be the same asthe vitamin D you get by being out in the sun.
You know, you can take vitamin C, but it's never as great as gettingvitamin C from like an actual grapefruit, orange or lemon or lime because thosemake the foods make the vitamins much more bioavailable.
So you get a lot more out of themwhen you can get them the real way.
But I still believe in supplementingthose things obviously.
So it's, it's more than just the manipulationin the treatment we do with the spine.
A lot of times just the message and theenvironment we're trying to put around people to get theirmindset in the right place.
So what dr Josh is saying, becauseI go to his place, he's still open, high-risk, cause he's pretty good.
They'vegot pretty close to adjust somebody.
But anyway, you know, he has me, hereminds me to go out in the morning sun, especially for a half an hour.
Right? What does that morning son do? Yeah.
And then the morning sun provides somany things that this will try to figure out.
And you know, I get a lot of that stufffrom a neurosurgeon namedDr.
Jack Cruz that I'm a fan of and he, you know, he's kind of just brought to theattention and I've always kind of known my whole life, but he really kind of brings it downto the molecular level trying to get, he's all about your mitochondria, right? Try to help your body produceenough energy and make things work.
But it just gives you, it givesyou so much, including, you know, like the vitamin D everybody knows about, but so many benefits of being out in thesun and there's not that many UV rays that people have to worry about in thefirst couple of hours of the morning.
So that's why he kind ofrecommends getting out the event.
But anytime of the day isbetter than no time of day.
You just don't want to do enough towhere you get a sunburn obviously.
And that's a really good pointbecause today more and more people are home-bound, but they can certainly go out in the yardand hang out there for half an hour in the morning.
And, and thatalone, as you're saying, is going to be a very healthy thingto do, which I'm going to start doing.
So dr Nicole, dr Nicole, youknow what dr Josh is saying, when I go to you and I've been, you know, I'm going to you for a couple ofyears now, people kept saying, how come you're losing weight?There isn't, I'm losing weight.
It's not because I'm focusing on myweight.
I'm focusing on my health.
So that's what a health advocate does.
And the average person who says, yeah, I see my, I get an annualcheckup once a year.
What goes through what goes throughyour brain when somebody has, y'all got an annual checkuponce a year, what do you think? So when traditional medical practices, when they just go in to see theirdoctor for an annual checkup, the doctors just screening fordiseases that are already there.
They really aren'ttaking a look.
You know, what's truly going on inside of theirbody is something I call internal body mapping.
They really aren't lookingat these intricate numbersand levels of inflammation and different hormone balances withinyour body to say, well, you know, way down the road, if we don'tfix this now it's coming.
All they're doing is say is looking fora disease that's there and then hand you a prescription to treat that.
So nothing preventative, nothing proactive.
Allit is, is a prescription.
So it's like taking your car andonly when you blown your transmission rather than put it.
Well, and if, firstly the examplefor you, Robert, is um, you know, you mentioned thatyou're a diabetic.
Well, you're no longer a diabetic becausewe have taken very proactive health initiatives to using advanced treatments, but you modifying your lifestyleand us working together as a team, you are a in the rangeof a prediabetic now.
So technically you areno longer a diabetic.
And then the thing I love about, yeah, and I love about doctrine, Nicole, she's the classic AA student, youknow, and since I'm the C student, well she has all these latest techniquesand push and it's just also very open minded.
But you stick this thinginside my veins, it's a laser light, kills diabetes.
What the heck are youdoing inside my veins with that laser? Yeah, so, uh, some of, wedo some really cutting edge medicine here, um, or therapies.
And so I use an intravenous I V which iswhere we actually start an IV and then we put different wavelengths oflight directly into your blood.
Uh, and they, depending on thecolor of light that we're using, it actually I'm modulatingdifferent things within your body.
So anything from circulation.
Um, there's actually a studythat would just publish, uh, in regards to the possibledeactivation of certain viruses.
Uh, because one of these wavelengths canactually penetrate into cell with getting inside of cells.
It's very difficult, which we know right nowdealing with Corona virus.
When a virus gets in inside of acell, it's much harder to treat, um, versus some of the other, you know, bacterial type infections.
Um, but light therapy, sotraditional, you know, we know that life is very powerful goingback to Josh's point of sunlight, uh, but our skin is also abarrier to, you know, it's supposed to protect us.
Um, andso, uh, with the intravenous laser, we bypass the skin to get these differentlights directly into your system, into the cells.
And thusthat's in Somerville.
So how come you lose so much weight? Well, as dr Josh was talking about earlier isabout sugar and fructose and all that.
That's what causes one of the, one ofthe causes of, not that I'm a doctor, but the causes of diabetes, our food industry has pumpedfructose into everything, you know, so it tastes good, but it's killing us.
And so the food in this trayis actually a criminal, much, much like the central banks, criminal pumping out fake money.
Our F our food Anders ispumping out toxic food.
So looking at things that peoplecan do today, dr Josh, what's your, which sugar is a huge thing.
What, what can some people do today that justsmall changes that they can make to get healthier? Well, the five things we kind of tellpeople, decide things you have to do.
You have to get out in thesun.
That's one of them, right? 30 to 60 minutes every day you have toeat five servings of fruits and veggies, typically more veggies than fruits.
As we get older, we'd like to say, but you have to have those everyday.
If people hear it all the time, but the candidate will think and theykeep putting it off and they don't really keep track.
If they're doing it.
And it's like if you reallyhold yourself accountable, are you eating enoughfruits and vegetables, get all the nutrients and mineralsthat your body needs.
You know, most people I'm to sayno.
And then exercising.
You got to bruise all the normalbiochemicals and good health.
Everybody needs to exercise atleast 30 to 60 minutes a day.
And then another huge one that everyone'skind of missing the boat lately I guess is sleep.
All these studies arecoming out showing that nobody's sleeping.
They're seven to eight hoursanymore.
So there was a study, we just kind of went through this, I think it's called, why we sleep.
My wife and I, she's alwaysreading books to me.
Um, and w it was going through a study, how they immunized this group of peopleand then they let part of them sleep five to six hours and then the otherone's got seven to eight hours and they measured how many antibodiesthey were doing it, you know, able to create a few days, three, four days after this was all done.
And the people who only slept five to sixhours had significantly less antibody.
So then after three or four days, I think it was, they said, Hey, let's let us sleep.
Seven, eighthours to see if they can catch up.
And by then it's already missed the boat.
Their body never catches up and makesthe immune response to what the vaccine was for.
Right? So these people, if you think you're any exposureto getting any sort of disease, you need to be sleeping before you catchthat disease to make sure your immune system is working right sothat when you do get exposed, it can help recover as fast as itcan.
And the last thing is water.
Everyone needs to make surethey're drinking enough water.
A lot of people say they don't like water, so they add all sorts of sweeteners, like the fruit toast and sugar to it.
And then that turns intodecreased immune response.
Also, the thing is the reduce would be sugarstress, too much alcohol, right? And uh, those sorts of things and readingthe media have stresses you out.
So that's another problem.
Gosh, you sound, you sound likeNicole.
That's the problem, right? So we come back, we'll be talking more abouta more important subjectthan the coronavirus is how do you not get the Corona virus, which is called your health as taughtby conversation with dr Nicole as she is my advocate is my allphysician's advocate.
She protects me from the doctors andthat health system and I go to dr Josh is because of the best way to preventhealth is keep your body strong.
And he used some fancy terms in thereback when the chiropractic adjustments makes my body stronger, more, more immune.
So we come back, but going to more of how wekeep stronger and all this.
But the most important thing is I'mone of those guys who doesn't sleep.
So dr Nicole had to get me to sleepfinally and asleep this morning for some reason.
But anyway, nowtalk about vitamins.
You know those one a day vitamin help and I'll do the thingsthat I've found on TV, but especially my favorite drink monsterand red bull.
We've been right back.
Robert Kiyosaki, the rich dad radio show, the good news and bad newsabout the Corona virus today.
But we actually are talking not aboutthe virus but being healthy so the virus doesn't hit you.
And I assure you, I am on the bullseye for Corona virusand I've had everything possible that would make me weak and like threepneumonia three times I've had malaria.
Once I've bailed out scubadiving cause my regulator fails, I blew my lungs apart, Iembolized and I'm still ticking.
I'm the ever ready bunny andI'm still going.
And you know, I'm not panicked like somebody, my friendsare.
I don't get so afraid of dying.
I'm going Jesus.
But anyway, it's a very important program becauseit's about health and our guest today, our our, our doctors, I mean we don't, we, you know, they're, they me very well.
Dr Nicole straight Nikki, sheis a doctorally prepared board, certified family nurse practitioner, graduate from Georgetown, Magna cum laude or Audi.
She's anAmerican cademy of anti-aging, which is, I look so good these daysand all, she's was temps, she's on the STEM cell board.
So she'sone of those AA students, which I love.
And dr Josh Haggard is my doc.
My chiropractic is a third generationchiropractor.
He's advanced certified, you know, chiropractic biophysics.
He understands how the body, and he is a body work.
And when he talks about working on anhour a day in his wife are caught an hour a day there.
Those will bill those guyswho see on stage flexing their muscles, which I don't do.
But anyway, so, but it's really a, this guys walk the talk.
Anycomments? Kim? I want to get into, um, this virus that isspreading so fast.
Anyway, you got to answer the questionabout red bull and monster.
What's, what's wrong with red bull and monster? Dr Josh, what's wrong with it? I, I like to compare that to somepeople.
I said, you know how like your, your car, you're the race car and you're drivingaround and you have this nitrous switch, right? And it were a time of therace.
If you hit that nitrile switch, it's going to split you past thefinish line and you win the race.
But if you're hitting thenitrous switch all day long, your engine is just going to blow up.
It can't take that much overand over and over again.
So it's kind of like you hitting overloadand taxing your system and then you're trying to catch up the rest of the day.
So, so the risks I bringthis up is because dr Nicolehad to wean me off of that stuff too.
Cause I'm one of these adrenaline freaksand I could drink 10 cups of coffee and I'm always adrenaline.
If oneis good, 10 must be better then I can't sleep.
So dr Nicole, what did you put me on to kind ofreplace red bull and my monster? I like monster too.
So we have found somehealthy alternatives with our, uh, there are two products called NRG, which is kind of like energyand the other is peak IQ.
And these are actually B vitamins andadaptogenic herbs to help actually balance your stress response.
So rather than beinghyped up all the time, this actually makesyour body more neutral, which you actually have said that youlike this feeling because you're an also not feeling like that that anxiety oraggression that usually comes along with having excessive amountsof monster or red bull.
And I've know with monster and red bulland all of these other energy drinks, um, my fiance who is the, who's thedirector of a heart transplant program, uh, he has seen an increase in the number ofpatients with heart failure most likely as a result to their excessiveintake of these energy drinks.
Really does destroy yourbody and your heart.
Well, the reason that that'simportant because her fiance, Dr Rahada Gopolin is a, is a, is a cardiologist.
So he's way up there onthose food chain of doctors.
But he kept trying to tellme, get off of coffee, take my life away, you know.
Well, that'snot going to happen here because what, because this group right here, thethree of us sitting here at this table, Nicola shifted me to thesehealthier, Oh, nice role switches.
As dr jaws says, my coffeeconsumption dropped because, but I'm more wired all daylong.
But it's a clean wired.
There's one more thing I want to talkabout that's growing popular today and that's vaping.
Dr Josh, what's wrongwith vaping? Let me, let me just, let me just prep preface.
This isit, you know, we've got this virus, it's spreading so fast and we asked atthe break and it was this a sign that the world is so unhealthy and you said, well, there's a few things that have changedthat are maybe contributing to this quick spread.
So can you talkabout that dr Josh? Yeah.
Um, I, you know, one of the things we noticed that they'recoming out with all these new vaping products and it's kind ofbig with the kids.
You know, these young teenagers and we have someyoung kids.
We have a 21 year old, a 19 year old and an 18 year old, um, three boys.
And um, that it's just, it's, it's, it's exciting.
It'ssomething new that they can say, Oh, you guys don't understand about, it's our generation's thing and they wantto grasp on to it and it's not really new thing, right? Every generation hastheir thing they think helps rebel, but they know that vaping causes just asmuch suppression of immune response as smoking does.
So it's not any healthier when it comesto like immune response and that sort of thing.
They might be able to sayit's healthy for these four reasons, but VP then has its own problems likethe types of chemicals they're going to put into them to make them taste good orflavor this and that are going to cause problems in it.
Theyalready know that you don't, they're finding more and more outevery day.
But then, you know, there's already a whole handfulof problems that people are having and it's, and it affects the respiratoryand affects the respiratory system and the rest of their systemdoesn't work correctly.
And then when something around likethis coronavirus comes that they didn't foresee cause they're young kids andall of a sudden now it's like this kid, you know, like I heard, I was reading the news, some young kid who was a lacrosseplayer all through college, he's like incredible health.
He can't believe that he's now inan induced coma on a respirator.
And I don't know his history, but there's all these people that thinkthey're healthy but they're not really doing everything causethey think they're healthy.
They're not doing the basic necessitiesthat they should be every day.
So, you know, that's what I alwaystry to push people.
Look, pay attention to what you're doing.
I know you think you're healthy, but are you really eating thatmany vegetables throughout the day? Are you getting that much suddenly?Are you eating enough protein? Are you exercising everyday? Are you sleeping enough? Those things all start to add upwhen you don't do them day after day.
Cut it out? Josh? I'm feeling guilty now.
So talk to Josh.
One morething you mentioned was this, the advent of 5G is coming inand um, that's really good news.
And Wu Han [inaudible] waslike the start of, I mean, wasn't Wu Han full of pipe 5g they werelike one of the first places to have it.
That's what I've been readingand that's what I've been hearing.
And you know, they, you can read all sorts of differentthings and some people say they're conspiracy, so people they are, but even like the Spanish flu pandemicof 1918 they said that's when we first started having radio waves goall over the planet.
And then radar came out, world warII and they had another epidemic.
You kinda hear all thesedifferent things go on, but there's significant stuff aboutthe 5g right? And people go, well, you've had five do you wifi in yourhouse.
So there's arguments on both sides, but there's definitely a lotof coincidence with that there.
And it's definitely somethingyou should pay attention to.
And if it affects your sleep to havethose things in your room or your house, maybe you need to turn them off when yougo to bed so that you can sleep better throughout the night and then turn itback onto the morning cause you really don't need your wifi on 24, seven disagreed.
But anyway, so talk to Nicole.
What do you want to say about all that? Uh, well I mean I think, I think Josh hit the nail on the headwith what this stuff is doing to us.
You know, you, you just have to becareful and, and I think, you know, a general rule that I use ismoderation.
I mean, you know, sleeping with all of these devices nextto our heads at night and you know, constantly having our face in ourphones and all of this, you know, we're being exposed to thiselectromagnetic radiationand it does do things to our body.
Yeah, you're talking talk.
Every time Igo to a doctor, Nicole from my health, I, by the time I leave I'm moredepressed.
And then I walked in there.
Oh, she's talking about, but I do.
So quality of life too.
I know, but I'm, I'm, I'm, I'm, I'm, she knows she's got mekicking and screaming.
She's talks to me everytime I'm there.
Oh, one thing I want to talk to youabout is vitamins.
Um, you know, dr Josh recommended, you know, talkabout natural and real vitamins.
So dr Nicole, what if I told you I wasdecking on one a day? Vitamin a day? Is that enough? I would say it's probably worthless.
Oh, so one thing I, one thing I do, one thing I do every week is I get avitamin drip and I go to dr Nicole or another naturopath and I geta vitamin drip once a week.
And I know there's a lot of these placesthat are now popping up.
Is that a, is that a something you recommend? Yes.
I, the vitamins can be very beneficial forour body because when you get vitamins through an IV, they're going directly into your systemso that you're bypassing all of these breakdown mechanisms that arein our stomach and in our liver.
So we're able to absorb a lot moreof these vitamins.
And you know, in the world that we live in today, just taking a multivitamin isn't enough.
We're constantly, you know, our foods unfortunately aren't as healthyas they used to be.
We're constantly, you know, we're breathingdirty air words, you know, there's so many toxinsaround and heavy metals.
They know that stuff.
Well let me, let me say, I'm giving you a pitchhere.
Look you guys, one of the reasons you want to get richis you can afford doctor Nicole's a health advocate at the PO that defendsyou against the medical system and the pharmaceutical system.
And the reasonI go to her, not just for the Ivy, you sit down, she gives usfull analysis.
I mean it's, that's like worst and brain surgery andshe can evaluate exactly as tranq she weaknesses.
What's your, you know, is precision and it's not justdropping in on an Ivy clinic.
What dr Nicole does is she actuallymonitors what's going into my body specifically designed forwhat I'm deficient in.
So it's precision vitamins we justsaid.
That's the difference.
Don't, don't lecture me about my vitaminout by nose on a vitamins.
I'm trying to teachNicole how to sell here.
Yeah, I'd like to say that I've been adjustingRobert for a lot of time and he mentioned that he's not really easyto adjust and it might because he's stubborn, but it's really, causehe, he's, he's really strong, he's got a lot of muscle and you know, he's also got arthritis and degeneration, which decreases flexibility.
But since I feel since he's beengoing to get these IV drips, magnesium is one of thebiggest deficiencies.
We know when people and whatthey are, magnesium deficient, it's really hard for people to relaxtheir muscles and it's really hard to adjust those people.
He's been easier to adjust the lastcouple of years than any of the years before.
And I really thinkit's from like she's saying, he's able to absorb theseminerals and vitamins, get him to a system so his body isworking better.
But he can ask Robert, I think we've had the best adjustmentsin the last two years that we've had even all the years before.
Oh, that's an amen.
And hallelujah because it's notthat I'm inflexible, I'm just rigid.
I am blocked up and I uh, you know, so, so, so I'm, I'm trying to teach Dr Nicole how to sellbecause she has all these people call up and that she wants, they want free advice, but she doesn't just give free advicewhile I've got a headache, I got this.
You have to go into her, sit down.
Shedoes a full full workup on everything.
And then over the yearsshe'll track your, Oh, your work, what do youcall those things you do? But she can tell me where I'm deficient, what stress, what stresses coming in.
And she can precision or laser adrop in not only the light therapy, but she can drop in the vitaminsintravenously.
Is that correct, dr Nicole? Yes.
And that's, andso what, what I really, one of the things that I dowith patients is I look at, I call it their internal body mappingso we can kind of tell what is your internal age? Do you know on theoutside you might feel healthy, you might look good, but howold are you on the inside? And that's where then wecan determine, you know, what types of treatmentwe're going to go into.
So let me ask a different, another subject because this is apersonal concern of mine with this Corona virus is they're talkingabout all these vaccines.
Um, and I'm not big on vaccines and I don'tlike to put chemicals into my body.
I spend a lot of money gettingall that stuff out of my body.
So my concern is they're going to comeup with a vaccine that they're going to say, everybody must have to fightthis virus.
What's any comment I feel, I feel, because it's so contagious that so manypeople have already been exposed to this.
I think people have beenexposed to things since November.
They found it in December andsaid, man, this is what's going on.
But I've had hundreds of patientswith like the weirdest symptoms, all when your lungs saying this is theweirdest flu or I never even get the flu.
What is this? It's crazy.
And it's affected his lungs.
I think so many people havealready been affected by this.
They're just able to start finding itout.
But if they could start doing like a, you know, an antibody test or tighter test tosee who's had this because it's so contagious.
So many of us have already gonna havehad it then and they're saying it doesn't even mutate that fast that there's achance you're already going to have the immunity to it and you may not need thevaccine if you can prove you've already had it.
So I think that'sgoing to be a big part of it.
Well, gosh, you're going to mess up with big pharmathen because one of the things they do is they make it a requirement.
Youmust be vaccinated or you don't get, make another string ofit then, I don't know.
So they are actually trying to determineright now for the people that have already had it.
And now I've antibodies are trying tofigure out how long these antibodies are lasting in their body.
And Ithink, you know, going back to the, to the vaccine question, Ithink we need to see, you know, where this disease isheaded so far.
You know, is it going to continue to new say to and, and cause issues or is it going to belike the H one N one where they, you know, they quickly developed a vaccine.
All these people ran out and got thevaccine and then they realize, oops, it's practically disappeared now.
Well, you don't have to worry causeDonald Trump says it'll be over by, I'm with him.
I'm with him.
Something, you know, uh, intalking about, you know, what are, what's going to happen with thisdisease.
Obviously we've been looking at, you know, potential treatments and Ithink there's been some really promising, uh, studies, you know, anythingfrom malarial drugs to, I've even seen, you know, high dose IV vitamin C evenSTEM cell therapy, but a new, uh, FDA, I don't know if they've actually, I think they might have approved it, um, or they're just looking into it.
But plasma transfusions and that is wherethey take somebody who's already had the virus and they have antibodiesand they actually take those, take some of their blood and, and separate it and injectit into somebody with thevirus to help their immune system to then fight off the disease.
Let, youknow, we'll have to have, it's interesting becausein anti-aging medicine, this is something that's actually beenaround for several years called para biosis.
Um, but it got shut by the FDA, but now they're okaying it.
That just means you haveto go to Mexico.
So before we, a couple of pointson and bring up here is that intellect.
One of the complaints Ihad about my little Twitter post, which dr Nicole is responsible forcause all the wherewithal stats, they're just arithmetic.
You know it wasn't about statsstay in your lane about money.
It was stay Atlanta about money.
I meanthese idiots out there.
Well if you don't think yourhealth costs money, think again.
You know what I mean?That's all I want to say.
So dr Nicole doesn't acceptinsurance so don't call her, don't say well I have insurance cause shewon't talk to you because if insurance covers it is probably not worth it.
The one that raises youwant to get rich.
I cha, I promise you you've got to haveyour own personal physician.
Like I have to have a lawyerprotect me from other lawyers.
If you can understand that thought andfor those who owe money is not that important.
Less like saying my Health'snot important.
So please understand me.
You know I, we give out dr Nicole's number a whileago and she gets swamped by all these hypochondriacs with no money.
I mean she can't afford to dealwith hyper contracts with no money.
Is that correct, Nicole? Yes.
And uh, unfortunately, yes.
The way our, our healthcare system is changing, um, I, I don't have the capabilities to, to, you know, the way insurance is, is used and regular doctor's officeis in order for them to sustain, they have to see 20, 30 patients a day.
Now how can I give you quality of careif I'm seeing you for five minutes? And there's one more.
We have that same problem in ouroffice as well.
Since Obamacare, Obamacare started in, everybody'sdeductibles went up crazy.
Everyone just comes in and pays outof pocket now.
And then we said, do you know what's cool about this? We get to treat you the way we thinkis best and not the way the insurance company is telling us to treat you sothat they'll pay the bills and we're like 90% out of pocket just likeyou're talking about going to.
And it was the best thing that happenedbecause our patients love it the most and they're so willing and happyto pay it because they're like, once they get it, they're like, no, this is exactly what I want.
It's so much worse painthis than painless.
Many of the insurance company who's notgoing to give you the care you want in the first place.
I said, because I say thatdr Josh, I walked in there, you don't accept Medicare or Medicaid, what is, what's happening here? Right? Yeah.
It's just, it's, it's, it's too hard to do things withan insurance company or you know, the government telling you how you shouldtreat your people based on what they think is best and it'snot always what's best.
It's just what's bestfor their system.
It's not what's best for the patient, and that's probably another show that'sprobably another show where we talk about insurance and pharmaceuticalsand Western medicine and all of that.
That is, that's a whole nother subject.
It's not going to be politically correct.
No, no, no.
It'll be a fun one.
If it's politically correct, if it's political politically correct, it's not on rich dad radio cause whywould we do this? Correct.
So anyway, I want to thank the two people.
Definitely have you back becausethis is a very hot topic.
You know, I know I should stay in my laneand not talk about healthcare, but let me tell you, healthand wealth costs money.
And that's why if you have really, you have a bad financial planner, a bad attorney and a baddoctor, you're screwed.
So I want to thank you guys andthen we'll get you back again.
Thank you dr Josh.
Thank you drNicole.
Really appreciate it.
Could we come back with two morecomments about what Kim and I do to stay healthy? Because it was, you know, I'm going to stay in my lanecause I don't think about health.
I do know about money and I willsay this right now.
You know, last year suicides were up after thoseCorona virus thing or this locked at home with their kids and theirhusbands and the wives.
Suicide is going gonna be massive.
So we're right back talking about howyou got to take care of your mental health.
We'd be right back.
Robert Kiyosaki, the rich dad radio show, the good newsand bad news today about your health.
And as you know, the coronaviruswas on cause this is March, 2020 and the real issue is notthe virus, but how strong are you? What is your health? And uh, Iwant to thank dr Nicole shred.
Nikki, please don't call her because if youdon't have a lot of money she can't help you because not that she's expensive.
Its material she uses are very expensive.
I mean if you can get it fromMedicare and all that stuff, you're being screwed anyway.
So all ofyou get upset with me talking about, I was talking about healthon my Twitter account.
Look, health and well go hand in hand.
Sohealth, wealth and happiness, same thing.
So anyway, that's why we have the rich dad show andwe're talking about health and what you can do and all of you can go outsideand look at the sun in the morning.
That would help a lot andthen in a [inaudible] wheneverthings say they sudden don't have those one a days, I'm redbolts but anyway.
Well water, drink water, that's water.
That's anybody cando that.
Drink a lot of water.
That helps but not with a sugar stuffin it.
Fruit, tell us on all that.
You can listen to the richdad radio program anytime, anywhere on iTunes or [inaudible]Freud on YouTube and you can please, please leave a review after, listen to it and you can bitchat me for being a capitalist pig, which I am but I'm doing my best tohelp you because you don't have money.
You're going to die and they candie a painful life cause you don't.
You can't afford healthcare today andhe can listen to this program again atrichdadradio.
com we archive allof our programs at richdadradio.
com becauseif you listen to us again, you'll learn twice as much and thisis a very important show to listen to.
Again, that's about your health and how doesit have to cost a lot of money to be healthy.
Cause this Coronavirus is a bunch a crock.
I mean I don't doubt is dangerous.
I don't doubt any of that stuff.
And I'm ground zero fora target market for being coronavirus best target.
Andlook, I said I've had malaria, I've had pneumonia three times, I've embolized and I can't askfor it a worse health target, but it's, and I don't want to get sick.
That's why I stay healthy.
They comments Kim.
Well the purpose of this show is justto get people aware and to start taking action.
Start doing yourown home research.
I mean, what I love about dr Joshis when you go in there, you get adjusted and then he puts youon this ice massage table afterwards and you're looking up and he has these screenson the ceiling and the screens have all these different slides.
Littlethings about little health tips, little health tips that anybody can do.
So anybody can go out in the sun in themorning, anybody can drink more water, more water.
Anybody can take theirtech devices when they're, you know, going to sleep and putthem somewhere else.
Anybody can do that.
So a lot of thethings that walk or go for a walk, go for a hike.
Oh my gosh, there's so many people right now.
I went for a hike the other day up inthe mountain here in Arizona, in Phoenix.
And everybody's out there hikingwith their kids and their dogs, and then they're biking andthey're, they're out theregetting exercise.
So, um, there's things you can do, but you just gotta let the otherthing go to a doctor, Joshua's office.
He is the picture.
Oh yeah, no kidding.
They practice what they preach.
And I see, I've noticed most hell I go intomany doctor's offices.
I feel sick, I feel sick cause they're, they looksick.
Fat Augie, overweight, smoking, drinking, you know.
That's why I have rich dad radio.
So Kim, what do you think aboutwhat they said about health? What's your opinion of that? Andstaying in our lane about my money.
All I know is I'lljust, you know what we do? So I'll once a week I go to my naturopathand I get a vitamin drip and I get what's called blood ozonewhere they actually oxygenate, put oxygen into your blood because cancerand diseases cannot grow where there is oxygen.
Um, so, and that'snot cheap to do that every week, but that's why one of thepriorities, especially, especially as we get older, is I want to pay more and moreattention to my health.
So health care, good quality health care, speciallyon the natural side of things.
Um, it costs money.
It does cost moneyand not a thing that says, you know, I don't mean to be cruel for Dr Srednicki, but she spent a lot of time talking toa poor people who are unhealthy as she, and they're hypochondriacs on top ofit.
They're mentally diseased, you know? So that's really kind of the problem.
But it's the same thing as money.
It's the same thing as health becauseeverybody wants the quick fix.
They want the magicpill.
Tell me what to do.
I'll just take this magic pill from thepharmaceutical company and I'm going to be healthy.
It takes time.
It takeseveryday attention and practice.
You got to go do something.
You gottago do something to stay healthy, just like your money.
Soyou know those, there's one special bag that dr Nicole breaks out.
It costs her $5, 000 she'snot gouging me.
She's, she's got to pay that insurance is nevergoing to cover that.
So allof you people out there, I am as politically incorrect asI can be today.
If you're poor, you're screwing yourself.
So get rich.
Yet rich because there's moreopportunity today than ever before.
I was talking to our frog, youknow, Greg Jaggers and Rhonda, this whole Cornell virus thing has madethem richer.
You know, they said, Oh we, we just evaluate everything we did andwe can actually make more money rich.
That right now is going to make evenmore money because of this Corona virus thing.
And, and, and that's agood point because, um, Greg and Rhonda are tiedto the school system.
They're tied to the public school system.
That's where they get theirmoney from the state and as, but they are entrepreneurs.
And so as an entrepreneur, as we talked about with ashow with Guy Kawasaki, they, they look at the situation andsay, where's the opportunity? What can we do differently?How can we turn this around? How can we turn anegative into a positive? That's the mindset of an entrepreneur.
And that also applies to your health.
How can you turn anegative into a positive? Well, all the guys who are sweatingthe Corona virus, I don't blame you.
I don't want to get it.
And I wantto be sick.
I've heard it's horrible.
You know, several of our, we're at this conference andseveral people I think had it, but I didn't get sick.
I'm the oldestin the group.
I didn't get sick.
They got sick.
We knew about it.
Yeah, but they got really, really sick.
I didn't get sick.
Idon't want to get sick.
That's why I'm also trying to say to you, but you got to payattention to your health.
Just like you pay attentionto your wealth.
And all ofthat starts in your mind, in your head.
If for those ofyou who still have this, well, I'm not interested in money and therich are evil, you're hosed right now.
I mean, you're a host becauseif you don't have money, you can't afford healthcare.
So I wanna thank you for listening torich dad radio and you know, again, talk to your friends about this programreview at, listen to it, discuss it.
Cause if you don't change, you don't change your mind.
You don't change your life.
Thank you for listening.