Module 2: Regenerate Your Heart and Brainwith Sayer Ji


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Learn about the incredible new science of cardiac, endothelial progenitor and neuronal stem cells, and how to use food and lifestyle practices to regenerate your heart and brain!

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Sayer Ji

Sayer Ji is the author of REGENERATE, a natural health and health rights advocate, and the founder of GreenMedInfo, the world’s largest open-access natural health database. provides a resource where consumers and health care professionals can access evidence-based, clinical data without the complexity of searching and navigating multiple health institutions. Over 100 million visitors have used the free resource since its inception in 2008.  Sayer is also a reviewer at the International Journal of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine, the co-founder and CEO of Systome Biomed, a board member of the National Health Federation, and a steering committee member of the Global GMO Free Coalition.

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  • Nicolle says:

    GREAT video!

    Does the apple have to be fresh for consumption to get those benefits or can it be dehydrated and still technically RAW?

    Whats the best source for consuming flax seeds- oil, seed or freshly crushed seeds or flax meal?

    As for Eggs- do they have to be organic grass fed and grass FINISHED? ( no grains at all in food for the chickens?)

    • Moderator says:

      Hi Nicolle! Great questions. 1) The apple does have to be raw for it to contain the quasi-meristematic cells, as they are called, which are stem cells within the various tissues of the fruit, and which I believe are capable of transferring profound therapeutic energy to the human body (dehydrated but technically raw apples are also beneficial, but not to the same degree as a fully formed, whole raw apple 2) I think the best source is the milled version, organic, and preferably in a nitrogen-flushed container to prevent oxidation/rancidity. Of course, if you really want to turn it into a practice, you can grind up your own each day with a coffee grinder. Now that’s dedication! 3) I consider the pasture-raised to be the best! Best, Sayer Ji

      • Henriette says:

        when I have no organic apples at home, I peel the apple. Does it still have a good effect on you?

        • Sayer says:

          Hi there! Yes, you will still get value from the apple. Peeling can help with pesticides, but some of them are lipophilic and will penetrate into the apple as a whole, so definitely try your best to acquire organic when available.

          • Linda says:

            Hi Sayer, this is the most exciting series! thank you so much for sharing your amazing knowledge with us so we can be really healthy as we age, using the principles of New Biology. I wash my non-organic produce in rain-water with organic cider vinegar. Is this practice actually helping remove unwanted pesticides?

          • Martha Ray says:

            Lots of benefit in the peel so we go organic always…but my understanding for any ‘carb watchers’ out there the peel contains more of the carb content than the inside. I attempt (not easy) to eat alkaline, plant based keto so I needed to know. I also have a genetic predisposition for issues with oxalate Good New there as apples are low oxalate. But others may have issues with FODMAPS. Per the The VP (Vulvar Pain) Foundation, “Apples are eliminated in a low FODMAP diet’ because they contain an excessive amount of fructose”.
            I personally avoid as many sugars and as much fructose as possible.
            All foods have pros and cons. And I believe that eating seasonal and local and taking in light correctly as taught by Dr. Jack Kruse are critically important as food comes in about 5th in his rankings of important healthy lifestyle behaviors. If you are working to recover your health or desiring optimal health these details matter.

            Love your work but I do hope more Kruse information is covered later.

          • June says:

            Sayer Ji, you impress me as a good and kind soul. Enjoy listening to your presentations 🇨🇦

      • rainer says:

        about apples , and organic fruit in general , when selecting them…if you see a healed scab on the fruit, which occurs alot with organic fruit, esp. apples plums peaches, pears etc.. dont be disheartened…the fruit has used it own healing power of its salvestrols to form the scab…salvestrols have been studied for their cancer fighting benefits, so can help people as well..often scabbed fruit can be the tastiest too…just a comment here…studied under bernard jensen, and dr, christopher back in the day…as i did the dominion herbal college back in 75’…about jensen,,,he never did cure his intestinal problems,,,i remember he used to have to take a handful of enzymes with meals…he should have eaten meat, and more, it can be very curative for some body types…but in those days, the research wasnt near as complete as it is now…keep up the good work Sayer….cheers from canada…Rainer

    • Fred says:

      You can juice them if you drink it right after juicing add carrots for the best drink for your life . You can cheat and freeze asap and use later. Add 4 carrots to 1 apple or 2 to taste . Flax I buy in seed form and grind for use . Sprinkle on what you like that will blend well . It’s kind of like wet sand lol As far as eggs go farm is best free range they get to eat everything . You pay so much more for organic , why ? Because the government charges the farmer big bucks to be certified . Cali. is around 700.00 an acre imagine 10,000 acres ! If you don’t consume a dozen a week just buy what’s on sale . What would you do when you go out ? Eat what their serving . FYI a juicer is your best friend !!

      • Barry thomson says:

        Hi Fred
        I liked your comment. I don’t have a juicer as some years ago I read or was told that juicing removed all the fibre and made the resulting liquid more highly glycemic. Perhaps you could expand your views on juicing TD
        Barry Thomson

        • Fred says:

          Hi Barry , Thanks ! I’M 60 and have been juicing for 35 years. I’M on 0 meds and pain free of anything . I could talk with you for hours ! [email protected] There’s a book I have called ” Fresh vegetable and fruit Juices ” By N. W. Walker D. Sc. 1st print 1936. In 2014 I started to have pain in my right arm socket . It was low around a 5 but extremely annoying. I only got relief with my arm at my side . Then a little while later both my Achilles tendon began to hurt when I walked more than a block . I researched the book and sought out all things to eat that were anti inflammatory. I designed a blend of said vegetables and incorporated apples . I made a gallon a week and drank 8 to 16 OZ. a day . I’ve been pain free for 3 years ! The AMA is a fraud there’s no money in helping the sick . They put band-aids on bullet wounds . They cover the symptoms with aspirin and morphine . P.S. I’M Homeopathic all my life and go to a chiropractor when needed. Hope this gives you a small but clear window into what is truth ! I left you a clue, Hugs Barry, from Chicago !!

        • Zosia says:

          Hi. I think that there is a time and place for fiber. While juice fasting it’s important that the nutrients absorb quickly without much expenditure of digestive energy. Fiber slows down absorption and takes energy. Also, to minimize the unpleasant initial side effects from this type of cleansing (like headaches) make sure the bowels are not congested and that good quality water is included during the day in between the vegetable juices.

          Thirty odd years ago I did a strict cleanse starting with water fasting then alternated with fresh vegetable juices and finally added raw grated veggies to this diet. Nothing else for two years. I got rid of all of my abdominal tumors!! Thank you Norman Walker for “Fresh Vegetables and Fruit Juices” and “Becoming Younger”.

          My diet now includes superfood smoothies and other quality foods and supplements. Thankyou Sayer for your amazing research and website and for bringing us up to date with real regeneration data to further our quests for health.

    • Nancy says:

      Flaxseeds contain anti-nutrients (like all nuts and seeds)and should always be sprouted before consumption. They should also be ground since we can not digest the whole seed unless it is chewed well.
      Once the seeds are sprouted they can be ground, since the antioxidants liberated through sprouting will protect the delicate fats.

  • sandra dawson says:

    I really enjoyed this episode, which was most informative!

  • Jan says:

    I am so grateful for this nudge to a healthier diet and lifestyle.

  • Judith Sebastian says:

    Thank you for this excellent master class! The information you provide is so understandable and relevant. Additionally, I really appreciate the format and the fact that each segment is a reasonable length of time instead of going on for hours. Makes it much more accessible for people who are busy or work. Looking forward to the rest of the class. Thank you, Sayer Ji!

  • Alice says:

    Wonderful segment. Looks like we are finding the owners manual to our bodies. Thank you

    • Bethanie says:

      What a great way to put it: owner’s manual…

    • Sudarshan Moudgalya says:

      Infact the Human Body’s owner’s manual was provided by the Creator himself who is Heaveny Father, in the form of Lord Dhanvanthari to Sage Sushruta around 5000B.C., which is still available today as a text followed in Ayurveda, the oldest science of healing followed in India for 7000 years. This was further simplified by Sage Vagbhata with more than 15000 healilng principles of Do’s and Dnt’s. One such principle is to consume tumeric in the presence of good fat as curcumin is fat soluble. Good fat (Olive oil, Ghee) always act as a carrier of the herbs into the tissues by means of Fat Exchange mechanism, meaning good fat replaces bad transfat in the body. Another example is that golden milk before bed consisting of coconut milk ( a good faat), curcumin with jaggery as a sweetener is a very popular drink to enhance immunity. Note that the Mono Sodium laurate in the coconut milk has the same composition as mothe’s milk which helps in building immunity.

      • Joyce says:

        Thank you! Where might one find this Ayurveda text / student materials? This makes so much sense. I’m glad this information is resurfacing. Appreciate your example on the use of turmeric.

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  • Lois says:

    It was very informative, especially regarding the flaxseed.
    Thank you

    • Jackie Whitney says:

      This is true about flaxseed. I cured my breast cancer 20 years ago!

      • Michele says:

        How did you eat the Flaxseed? Did you ever roast it? I eat it for a snack with water
        all the time after I roast it.

        • Jocelyne says:

          Just eating flaxseed is not enough. Perfect Press Flaxeed Oil, a signature perfect press technology allows to carefully press oils without heat and without compromising the nutrients inside the seeds. Each drop of oil contains raw, unmanaged ALA omega-3. It is pressed and bottled in Canada. It’s raw. It’s organic. And it’s a non-GMO oil you can trust. In Miron glass bottles, zero light damage and zero rancidity. There is a sale going on til the end of February.
          I feel I’m doing a commercial here …. but we really love this flaxseed oil.

          • Katie says:

            Pretty good commercial Jocelyne, ha ha. Thanks for the information.

          • Janice says:

            I would be most interested in where I might obtain the Perfect Press Flaxeed oil, I am from the east coast of Canada. thks.

          • Martha Ray says:

            I love Activation Products too. I am using their Ocean’s Alive, Marine phytoplankton product. And my husband and I have used their EASE spray magnesium for many years. It helped raise our RBC (Red Blood Cell) Magnesium level.

          • Sarah says:

            Jocelyn, this is the best kind of “commercial.” We’d appreciate more of this kind and far fewer, well, none of the other kind.

            My only additional suggestion would be to keep the flax seed oil in the fridge.

        • Zosia says:

          I believe that eating the delicate seeds after heating them beyond a certain temp (105-110’F, I think) can turn the beneficial fats into trans fats which can then cause damage to our cell membranes. This damage prevents hormone and other messengers from attaching to the membranes and doesn’t allow cells to take in nutrients or detoxify properly. Maybe try eating the flaxseeds raw in a cool, green smoothie and get the benefit of the oil and the mucogenic substance from the seed shell. 🙂

          • char says:

            Be certain flax seed is organic, kept refrigerated and freshly ground at time of use. Unless Sayer Ji says otherwise?

      • Gisele says:

        I understand it must be ground first.

        • LindaB says:

          I have a bet each way..I grind some and have some whole in my breakfast.

          • Summer says:

            Hi Linda, it is my understanding that unground flax seed comes out in the same form as we ate it if it isn’t ground. Our stomach acids aren’t strong enough to break through that little hard shell. You may be able to break some open w/your chewing, but the general consensus is to grind them first. Cheer Summer

    • Sylvia says:

      I keep whole flaxseed in the freezer and grind 1/4 cup in a coffee grinder and then put into a large mug. Add I egg, 1 tsp Baking powder, 2 tsp cinnamon, 1 tsp melted coconut oil. Stir together and microwave on high for 50-55 seconds. You can add stevia if desired. It is a hot yummy healthy muffin and I cover it with butter and enjoy-hope this helps 🙂

      • Renee says:

        You may wish to reconsider microwaving your foods…

      • Rachel says:

        I wouldn’t microwave anything as it destroys the nutrients

      • Barbara says:

        Hi Sylvia, it sounds mouth watering.
        I don’t have a microwave because i heard it neutralises a lot of the nutrients in the food, maybe Sayer could give us the scientific view on this?

      • Lori says:

        Sylvia, my understanding is that microwaving foods changes them so that some of their medicinal properties are lost. Not to mention the radiation that is released into the room while microwaving. I stopped using a microwave many years ago.

      • Tracy says:

        Microwaving kills most of the positive qualities that are good about food. Any chance someone has used this recipe in the oven?

      • Gordon says:

        Baking powder ?? contains Aluminium !! did you mean Baking Soda AKA “Bi Carbonate of Soda” excellent for PH, salava, urine

        • Sarah says:

          These days you can find baking powder without Aluminum. Baking soda is not the same. There are actually recipes that call for both.

      • Sarah says:

        This looks like a great recipe, but I’ll do the same thing I did with the Chocolate Cake in a Mug recipe when I stopped using a microwave. I simply doubled the recipe and poured it into a 6-muffin tin and baked in a toaster oven. Now that I’ve stopped using “non-stick” anything, I use silicone cup cake molds.

  • Yesi says:

    Thank you so much Sayer. I’m a fan of yours and a follower of your great work. May God bless you abundantly! Big hug.

  • Krys Crimi says:

    This should be taught in every high school health class…mandatory!
    Many thanks!

    • Maria says:

      Krys, totally agree. From 5th grade and through college is the ideal time to teach our kids what to eat. This will avoid the consequences of eating bad and having medical issues as they grow older.

      • Veronica says:

        Then again, it’s the family culture that needs to be exercising this practice to the children! I fully agree with u Maria. Loved the episode!

      • June says:

        Good idea and I f the children will listen. It would have to be government approved. That may be a problem.

    • Leesa says:

      Big Pharma will try and stop that from happening but that would be AWESOME!

      • Chris says:

        Totally agree why it would not be taught in schools.

      • Melinda says:

        So will the global elitists! After all it isn’t called the Carnegie credit (that you earn in college) for nothing! FOOD for thought. Everything is connected. It’s high time we reconnect to a higher level of consciousness. Namaste.

      • June says:

        Those were my thoughts as well. Not just big Pharma but big fast/junk food business. I’m learning so much from Sayer Ji.

  • Karen Watt says:

    An apple a day keeps the doctor away!

  • freepam says:

    Thank you Sayer,
    I didn’t want to buy the download because I was afraid I wouldn’t watch it – too many!!! But now I see how dense it is I will go ahead and order it.
    You’re doing a great job, although I think it is above the level of ‘normal’ people who have not studied health for a long time.

  • Gail says:

    Thank you very much for all your info. Great to know the heart and brain can regenerate. Also a good reminder that ‘drugs’ are typically given to get rid of the symptoms not the actual disease and cause of it. Lots of new info for use to digest.

  • Denise says:

    Hello, Thanks for sharing this valuable information.
    My question is about finding how to implement these healthy eating examples when you are of Vata constitution. All this raw food, although full of vibrancy, is very drying for someone with this constitution.

  • Chantal says:

    Thank you, Sayer. I’m really enjoying these sessions and I’m looking forward to reading your book this spring. I appreciate your dedication and passion to teaching about the miracle of life and the science behind the interconnectedness of food and humans. Hugs from Montreal, Canada 🙂

  • Joann says:

    This was amazing. My question is how much of these good fats do we need each day.

  • Jasminder says:

    whats te best way of taking tumeric. I gather it is fat soluble so has to ba taken with other fats. Does cooking with it as in curries make a defference

  • Marilyn says:

    I have the same question/concern as Denise about being a Vata.

  • Sandy says:

    What is completely clear to me is tht the medical profession has it all backwards and everything the doctors have been taught has led to the brainwashing of us the patient. I don’t blame the doctors for being misinformed I blame the big pharma companies with their hidden agenda. Sayer breaks it down and spoon feeds us the information in small bites.

    • Sue says:

      I do blame the doctors because many are educated people who have become jaded with the whole patient process. They have the same opportunities as we do to educate ourselves. It’s easier pushing pills and treatments that poison us and keep us in need of their care for $$$.

    • Gordon says:

      Sorry to say Doctors are Dangerous, Here in New Zealand Medsafe tell the doctors what they can give their Patients.The name Medsafe should be changed to MED UNSAFE. they follow the USA in all things Medical

  • steve harding says:

    I’m ordering the book, great stuff

  • J'Aquaire says:

    THIS IS SO EXCELLENT! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for including the work of Gerald Pollack!!!!

  • Darlene says:

    My husband, who runs marathons, is fit, just retired two months ago, had a mini stroke and now he’s on blood thinners, statins. His cholesterol was normal, his blood pressure is excellent. How is he able to get off these medications and heal himself without them?

    • Walter Potrzuski says:

      I would suggest you Google and research “Nattkinase”, a fibrinolytic(clot busting), bloodthinning, derivative of “Natto”. Also buy the book, “Vitamin K2 and the Calcium Paradox” to understand the importance of Vitamin K2 to the body. It carries the potential to aid the brain, the heart, and every part of the body with its increase in vacularity and decrease in osteoporosis and cavities.

      • Ozden says: sells nattokinase at a reasonable price. It is very useful to increase circulation. I also recommend “vesselmax” to clean the arteries. I get it from as well.

    • Sharon R Card Iles says:

      Buy the book Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease by Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn. There are a couple of documentaries you could also watch: Forks over Knives and The Game Changers.

    • Ken Blacker says:

      …..and check out The Fat Emporer for lots of interviews and tube presentations around insulin resistance, heart disease and chronic disease as a whole!….☺️

  • Gosh says:

    Glad to see I have the right approach


  • Gail Thompson says:

    So looking forward to your book too!

  • Diane Forsland says:

    Love this information and easy to follow format.
    Do you have any concern about the estrogenic effect of consuming flaxseed?

  • Aurora says:

    OMG – so grateful for this information. Love that it is easy to understand, the right length, and such a delight. If someone has had a stent put in…they give you statins for life! that happened to my husband…so anything we can do to reverse the effects of statins? (apples, water?) ty

  • Tony says:

    Sayer, your wisdom is a wonderful gift to us all. Don’t forget that phytoalexins do need to be addressed as well to prevent degeneration after regeneration. Looking forward to learning more from you.

  • Vicki Kron says:

    Thanks so much, this is so interesting and beneficial. I can’t wait to hear the rest
    of the modules.

  • Elissa says:

    Thank you Sayer! Such valuable work for us all. Love your format, so accessible. Looking forward to diving in to the book and continuing the series. We need to get off pharmaceuticals and learn to heal naturally. We are blessed to have you share all your research.

  • Dinah King says:

    Oh my goodness!! I am so energized by this module today! I’ve known that foods are good for you. Now I am learning why. Thank you!!!

  • Lyne says:

    Thank you Sayer Ji, for the information you so eloquently convey in simple terms! I have kept an eye on you and your information since the Cure for Cancer series. I have purchased your Special and have pre-ordered your book as well. Please keep up the good work! ;o)

  • Lisa Graham says:

    I feel like this series of talks is one of the best I’ve heard so far – Sayer explains things thoroughly but understandable, and his voice is so easy to listen to!

  • Sayer Ji is so amazingly knowledgeable and what he tells us is so immensely useful. Thank you Sayer Ji.

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  • Penny says:

    Thank you for presenting complex issues in such a clear and understandable way. And I agree that by keeping the segments to a reasonable length of time it is easier to absorb and understand the information. Thank you so very much.

  • Charmaine says:

    Incredibly insightful!
    My husband suffered for 17 years with Alzheimers, eventually dying at 67! If only we had identified the new biology then.

  • Lisa says:

    Wow, thank you!

  • Dahne says:

    Hi Sayer, I wonder about the affects of glucose in apples, for example, on blood sugar control even if there are wonderful and healthful things in apples. As a type 1 diabetic for 47 years I maintain normal blood sugars but avoid some fruits and starches to keep this control. My last A1C was 5.5. How can I incorporate these types of foods to keep my body healthy? Thank you for this enlightening information! I look forward to hearing more!


    an apple and aspirin, please explain

  • Green Leaf says:

    Very excellent presentation. Time well spent. I am always trying to help myself improve and maybe more important what I can help people with who are suffering and have no access to information like this. I took lots of notes. Most info I already know. I did learn a few awesome things.

  • Denise says:

    Such hopeful information! Thank you!

  • Laura says:

    What is the ancestral template? Do you have a list of foods we should eat and food we should avoid? And then are vitamins and supplements unnecessary?

    • Nancy says:

      yes, What is the ancestral template?

    • Moderator says:

      Here is a brief copy and paste from REGENERATE:
      To transcend the Western Pattern Diet, you will need to eliminate
      the following:
      • All gluten-containing products, including wheat, rye,
      barley, kamut, and spelt
      • Cow dairy products
      • Soy (unless organic, which is permissible in
      small amounts)
      • Sugar, sugary products, and sugar-containing foods,
      including high-fructose corn syrup, or “fruit sugar”
      • Mercury-laden fish and farm-raised fish and shellfish
      • Any synthetic or processed product containing manmade
      chemical ingredients or processed food isolates
      such as hydrolyzed yeast protein
      • Food with additives, flavor enhancers, artificial colors,
      or preservatives (other than natural ones such as
      vitamin C)
      • Microbiome-disrupting foods such as grain-fed meats,
      oxidized and genetically engineered vegetable oils,
      hybridized wheat, and glyphosate-laden food crops
      Bottom line: When in doubt, don’t!
      Regnerate WHAT TO EAT
      A foundational principle of Regenerate Rx is that raw
      plant foods contain regenerative stem cells (known as
      meristematic cells), which transmit immense vitality
      when consumed. Also, remember to add a raw fruit
      or vegetable to each meal. All fruits and vegetables
      should be USDA-certified organic and, when available,
      be of higher standard, meaning locally grown and
      biodynamic. For more information about biodynamic
      food, visit
      • All fruits, including but not limited to apricots,
      avocados, bananas, cherries, coconuts, dates, figs,
      grapefruit, grapes, guava, honeydew and cantaloupe
      melons, kiwis, lemons, limes, loquats, lychee
      nuts, mangoes, mangosteens, oranges, papayas,
      passion fruit, peaches, pears, pineapples, plums,
      pomegranates, raisins, star fruits, tomatoes, and
      watermelons—fresh, seasonal, and local fruit is
      preferable, but frozen is acceptable if it doesn’t
      have added sugar
      • All seasonal fresh or sugar-free frozen berries,
      including but not limited to blackberries, blueberries,
      cranberries, currants, elderberries, lingonberries,
      mulberries, raspberries, and strawberries
      • All leafy green vegetables, including but not limited
      to arugula, chard, chicory, dandelion, endive, lettuce,
      spinach, watercress, and purslane
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      • All cruciferous vegetables, including but not limited
      to broccoli, bok choy, brussels sprouts, cabbage (red,
      purple, white, chinese, napa), cauliflower, collards,
      horseradish, kale, and mustard greens
      • Olives (green and black)
      • All root vegetables, including but not limited to beets,
      carrots, daikon, radishes, parsnips, and turnips
      All dry or fresh legumes, including but not limited to
      adzuki beans, chickpeas (garbanzos), green and wax
      beans, lentils, mung beans, snap peas, snow peas,
      soybeans (in moderation, preferably fermented),
      and sugar peas
      • All sprouts, including but not limited to alfalfa,
      broccoli, and mung beans
      • Garlic and onions, including but not limited to
      chives, leeks, scallions, and shallots
      • All members of the squash family, including but not
      limited to pumpkins and zucchini
      • All other vegetables, including but not limited to
      artichokes, asparagus, bell (sweet) and chili peppers,
      celery, cucumbers, eggplant, plantains, prickly pear
      cactus, and rhubarb
      • All tubers except white potatoes, including but not
      limited to sweet potatoes (all colors), taro, yams, and
      yucca (cassava)
      • All mushrooms
      • Dulse,• Dulse, kelp, nori, and other sea vegetables, preferably
      from the Maine coast, which has less nuclear
      fallout than Asia
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      • All tree nuts, including but not limited to almonds,
      brazil nuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios,
      and walnuts, as well as cashews (which are technically
      seeds) and peanuts (which are actually legumes).
      • All edible seeds, including but not limited to black
      seed, chia, flaxseed, hemp, pumpkin (pepita), sesame,
      and sunflower.All herbs, both fresh and dried, including but not
      limited to basil, bay leaf, cilantro, dill, marjoram,
      mint, oregano, parsley, peppermint, rosemary, sage,
      spearmint, tarragon, and thyme
      • All spices, including but not limited to anise, black
      pepper, cardamom, cayenne, cinnamon, clove,
      cumin, fennel, fenugreek, ginger, saffron, turmeric,
      and curry powder mix
      • Natural sweeteners, including but not limited to raw
      honey (and propolis and pollen), unprocessed maple
      syrup, unsulfured organic molasses, xylitol (if from
      birch trees), and stevia
      • Pseudograins, including but not limited to amaranth,
      buckwheat, and quinoa
      • Fermented foods, excluding cow’s milk products
      (goat’s milk is fine), and keeping in mind that none
      should be consumed with any added sugars; miso
      paste, natto, and other fermented soy products;
      kimchi, wasabi, coconut kefir, and beet kvass 257
      • All tree nuts, including but not limited to almonds,
      brazil nuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios,
      and walnuts, as well as cashews (which are technically
      seeds) and peanuts (which are actually legumes).
      • All edible seeds, including but not limited to black
      seed, chia, flaxseed, hemp, pumpkin (pepita), sesame,
      and sunflower.
      • All herbs, both fresh and dried, including but not
      limited to basil, bay leaf, cilantro, dill, marjoram,
      mint, oregano, parsley, peppermint, rosemary, sage,
      spearmint, tarragon, and thyme
      • All spices, including but not limited to anise, black
      pepper, cardamom, cayenne, cinnamon, clove,
      cumin, fennel, fenugreek, ginger, saffron, turmeric,
      and curry powder mix
      • Natural sweeteners, including but not limited to raw
      honey (and propolis and pollen), unprocessed maple
      syrup, unsulfured organic molasses, xylitol (if from
      birch trees), and stevia
      • Pseudograins, including but not limited to amaranth,
      buckwheat, and quinoa
      • Fermented foods, excluding cow’s milk products
      (goat’s milk is fine), and keeping in mind that none
      should be consumed with any added sugars; miso
      paste, natto, and other fermented soy products;
      kimchi, wasabi, coconut kefir, and beet kvass
      All oils should be cold-pressed and organic. Varieties include the
      • Avocado oil
      • Extra-virgin coconut oil (to eat or to cook)
      • Extra-virgin olive oil (for dressing, not cooking)
      • Ghee (for cooking)
      • Goat butter
      • Macadamia nut oil
      • Pumpkin seed oil
      • Red palm oil (wild-harvested, ethical variety)
      • All red meat and pork, which should be free-range
      (pastured) and/or grass-fed All poultry, which should be free-range (not just
      cage-free but organic and pasture-raised, if possible) FISH AND SHELLFISH
      • Only fatty fish (cold-water) and shellfish that
      are wild-caught and low on the food chain,
      including anchovies, sardines, herring, trout,
      Pacific and Alaskan salmon, oysters, and shrimp;
      see for information on different
      fish species and what’s safest to you and to the
      environment, and avoid all farmed and GMO fish,
      such as AquaBounty salmon BEVERAGES
      • Coconut milk
      • Coconut water (organic)
      • Coffee, organic and preferably sustainably grown
      (do not drink coffee in the afternoon)
      • Green tea, black tea, herbal tea, rooibos, matcha
      • Organic goat’s milk
      • Cocoa/chocolate (72 percent cocoa or more only),
      organic and fair-trade
      • Gluten-free grains such as black rice, wild rice, brown
      rice, basmati rice, rice bran, sorghum, millet, oats (in
      extreme moderation), and corn (non-GMO)

  • Msilv says:

    I can’t get enough of this information. Looking forward to sharing this knowledge. Much thanks and gratitude. I was told by my medical doctors to just get used to living with my autoimmune disease. I knew there were answers to the truth.

  • Carolina Castellanos says:

    Dear Sayer, I would love to read your book and at the same time translate it into Spanish, if this has jet not done. Your wisdom, delivered in such a comprehensive way, should reach all!

  • Ellen E says:

    Thank you for your easy-to-follow-and-understand presentation, so helpful! My question is that I have been told that flax and flaxseed is bad for breast cancer survivors, and that I should avoid flax and flaxseed. (I think it may be because I think they said flax acts like estrogen which is not good for breast cancer survivors?) So I am wondering if there are some people – like breast cancer survivors – for whom apples may be great but not flax or flax seed? (Thank you in advance for your insight on this, and again – great presentation!)

  • anna berk says:

    beautifull, thank you Anna

  • Kristin says:

    Wow, thank you Sayer Ji. I deeply appreciate you sharing (a bit of) the depth of your understanding and knowledge. Initially I was a bit put off by the format of this masterclass, but after two sessions I’ve come to see the value in keeping each session short…..they are so packed with new information. I hope I’ll be able to purchase one of the packages…being on a low fixed income, its difficult to find the extra money….. but of all the health summits I’ve watched, I feel this one is going to be the best and most cohesive and informative, without a lot of hype. Thanks so much for the work you do and the generous sharing of info on Green Med Info !

  • Monica says:

    Thank you for this wonderful information and all your work and book

  • Susan Arnott says:

    I would love to own this series but have terrible internet connectivity here. Will there ever be a physical version available? If so, I will make a purchase.

  • Vishva mitra says:

    Briiliant as always,,,thanks a lot,,,,,Hugs from your friends in Portugal,,,

  • Laura says:

    The way statins and aricept like drugs “work” literally are causing premature death in our elderly population . This is more than sad, it is criminal.Thanks for the presentation

  • Laura says:

    Very powerful and well done lecture! Thank you.

    Question of about the cortisol. If we are looking to mitigate cortisol levels and improve our function of the parasympathetic system for the various reasons: good digestion hormones, less inflammation etc… how is the intermittent fasting fold into this concept? (As I understand it, intermittent fasting is part of the ancient ayurvedic tradition of first and main meal at 11 or midday) If cortisol is released with fasting, how is the fasting beneficial from that perspective or metabolic system? Is it the ancient techniques of pranayama and general mindset of less stress and worry that counter the cortisol?
    Again thank you for your efforts to advocate that food is medicine! Laura

  • Femmie says:

    Sayer Ji, you are a BEAUTIFUL role model for generations to come and also for the ones still here!!! THANK YOU!!! Love from the Netherlands

  • LENKA says:

    Excellent class!

  • Debra says:

    I am so impressed by your knowledge base and the hope you offer. Food as medicine, use of stem cell regeneration and relying on ancient wisdom and elements of healing is the way to go. Thanks for offering this amazing master class. Look forward to the rest of the modules!

  • Lawren says:

    Wow. Your ability to make a complex topic understandable to a layperson without dumbing it down is amazing.

  • Gemma says:

    I wish you had close captures, so that people who cannot hear could still watch your documentary.

  • Forest says:

    You made me eat an apple today 🥰

  • Ok Sayer what about GMOs and how do you get away from it in our foods.I know that organic is the way to go, but the earth is depeated and the essentials are not being put back in the earth again.
    I agree that we need food to heal. I agree that we need to educate ourselves on the proper way to regenerate our bodys.
    I have sat in on many free summits and each has videos and book to add to our liberaries. But what about those that can’t buy these. For example I would love to have this series but I have a family to raise and am a low income person that gets by from month to month.
    So to educate myself I am dependent on sitting in on these summits and downloading free ebooks. We are not the minority we are the majority of people in the same situation.
    The work aday people can’t sit in on any because of there work a day schedules. Those that are searching because they aren’t getting the right answers form their Doctors are the ones that will go to any lenths to find the answers. But what about those that only depend on the Medical world because they don’t know anybetter.
    By experience everybody wants a doctor that holds a degree to inform them and say what does she know she holds no degree. That is what I love about you no matter waht the obstacles are you keep going.

    • Moderator says:

      Thank you for sharing your feedback and story! I love that you brought up the topic of GMOs. I cover the topic of what the “food as information” paradigm does for helping us understand the dangers of GMOs, and particularly the new wave of GMOs that use RNA interference technology: I hear you about budgets and needing to obtain free resources. I really hope our newsletter is serving you with free information and the database as well! And as far as degrees — they are important accomplishments and should be honored for what they represent. That said, there is so much knowledge intrinsic to everyone’s first hand experience that will never be documented, nor proven through objective, 3rd-party criteria. It’s a balance and complementarity between using “evidence” based on studies, credentials and eminence, and the humble yet profound first hand experiences we all have that are the source of so much wisdom. Warm regards, Sayer

  • Daiva says:

    Thank you from the depth of my heart for today’s presentation.
    I love the way you explained complex concepts regarding Heart diseases and Alzheimer’s. It was simply awesome!
    Are you considering to cover more healing plants which are beneficial for hear and brain regeneration?
    With best wishes


  • Tracie says:

    Great information, how easy it is to fix the major problems In the body..I would never take a pharmaceutical product and this module explains the body’s use of food as our medicine..fantastic..

  • Amy says:

    Awesome! I’m actually teaching a Nutrition and Brain Health lecture tonight. This was timely and confirming. We’re speaking the same language! Thank you for emitting your passion and belief in the power of food!

  • Carol says:

    Excellent presentation. You covered so much at such depth and in such a concise manner. And I am so thrilled to hear of your marriage to Kelly Brogan! Two of the most articulate and knowledgeable people in holistic health teaming up is fantastic!

  • Amy says:

    Thank you Sayer, I am a huge fan! I am wondering—pretty sure apples are in my ancestral template. Also potatoes, cabbage and pork! But being mostly of German ancestry, would turmeric and coconut oil be in my ancestral template? How do we know how far back that template goes?

    • LindaB says:

      Great question Amy. I too would be interested to know.

    • Moderator says:

      Great question! Sayer here. So, the ancestral template is both very ancient — stretching millions of years, to our pre-human ancestors and their interdependence with certain plants and plant compounds (including the polyphenols in turmeric, green tea, grapes, etc) — and a few generations back (you would look to what your mother and father’s recent ancestors ate, and go back from there). In other words, you would start with default assumptions, such as excluding foods that were only invented or introduced in processed form since the industrial revolution (1860’s and onward), and then working on adding in foods that were part of the human diet, as whole, for the longest periods of time (foragable/hunted/gathered edible things). It’s a complex topic, and question, but I hope this helps. In short, yes, there are generic species-specific intolerances (I would eliminate wheat from all diets), and there are very specific ones for your particular lineage/genotype. Let intuition and increasing intimacy with your body’s needs and listening closely to its symptoms to find what is perfect for you!

      • char says:

        Hello Sayer Ji. You have been a blessing in my life since first found you and GMI. The presentations are just as everyone says, short , to the point, understandable. Thank you.
        -Microwaves really do destroy all nutrients correct? As well as the radiation being dangerous?
        -Do flax seeds really need to be soaked overnight [called sprouting, but I think different than true sprouting].
        -Bit of a problem grinding after soaking…or is there a special way of grinding if soaking really needed?
        Please keep on for all of us, never stop educating us all. Invaluable everyday. God bless you.

  • Janie says:

    I was wondering if you have information on joints and osteoarthritis?

  • Christyn says:

    Excellent explanations and advice! Definitely reading your new book. Thank you for all your hard work.

  • Sigrid says:

    thank you so much for such valuable and cutting edge information.

  • Deb says:

    Just wonderful, Sayer, as I expected this masterclass to be – thank you so much! Will be purchasing your book shortly!
    One question: would this information regarding regenerating the brain (using fats, etc) also be relevant with Parkinson’s? I would assume so, as this is another neuro-degenerative disease. Just now discussing options with a friend who was recently diagnosed, and want to make sure I get this right….
    Thank you again!

  • Bobbi Dunlop says:

    Thank You Sayer for giving such importance to apples & watermelon…such favourites! My question…The Caldwell Esselstyn food regime for CAD patients excludes fats, oils, dairy & meats. How do I marry your endothelial regeneration ideas with Esselstyns? (I prefer the Mediterranean-type regime.)

    • Ozden says:

      Sayer Ji did not recommend dairy and meat. He recommended avocado, olive and coconut oil. You do not need to use the extracted oils. You can eat them as whole fruits whenever you have a craving.

  • Pamela Collard says:

    This is such a Brilliant masterclass, well presented, great Clarity I am recommending it to many of my friends~ Thank you

  • Sharon Moreno says:

    Thank you for sharing all this information and the way you shared this with us….vital, to the point, easy to understand, confirming it isn’t necessary to deplete a bank account paying for supplements, so expensive, increasingly so, they are beyond reach to many of us to pay, or continue to pay month to month.
    Past time to to get serious and focus on my backyard garden.
    God bless you and the work you do. It’s evident WHO is in your heart.

  • Lesa says:

    Does your new book cover all this information also

  • Lucinda says:

    What is the best way to prepare your “apple -a -day”? Raw, with skin, cooked? I have heard conflicting information on this.

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Lucinda! Sayer jumping in as moderator. I think the best way to eat the apple is organically, raw, whole as can be. That said, there are so many great ways to prepare apples, and make them more functionally specific in their healing effects by doing so. In REGENERATE, Part 4 is a program which starts with just eating organic apples for a day (all day, no other food). You only eat another apple when you are truly hungry. It can be one of the most liberating experiences of your life. I say, if you don’t want to eat another apple, then you are really not hungry. And in the meantime, you are giving your body and life a profound rest, both supporting detoxification, nourishment, and regeneration. I hope this helps!

  • Karen says:

    I too appreciate the reasonable duration of these modules AND the fact that it is only Sayer who is speaking. The other more common format of these “Summits” is three or more experts speaking at length each day becomes tedious, repetitive, and mind-boggling. (Not to mention my inbox quickly becomes exponentially inundated with info and ads I don’t want.). Thank you Sayer and team. Thoroughly fascinating, practical, life-giving material delivered with heart and integrity.

    • Celestine Nicolas says:

      An additional note – if you’re living in Europe you are pretty much forced to look at these series in the middle of the night. After a while you pick out one talk as the rest is too much and too late. So one speaker at a time is really enough.

      • Bruce Henderson says:

        I live in New Zealand, so a similar time warp exists. But, we have 24 hours to watch each episode. I watch at 10pm NZDST. 10am EST is 4am NZDST so I am watching only 5-6 hours before the new episode goes online and the one I’m watching is removed. I, too, really appreciate the solo presentation and clarity of information.

  • Ienie says:

    Very informative information! Do you plan to talk about Leukemia? It is so often not discussed, since medical world feels it’s incurable! Like to know your thoughts.

  • Karen says:

    OK. I am 71, female and have only recently proved to myself that food really is “thy medicine”. I went on the keto diet in December 2018. by December 2019 i had lost thirty pounds (more than needed for my structure), gone off medicines for GERD, reduced a reliance on anti inflammatory drugs, for osteoarthritis and chronic hip bursitis and was walking more than ever before. In January 2020 i decided that I needed to increase carbs to stop losing weight and within a few weeks all the pain and inflammation was back. apparently stunning but i needed to re do the strict keto diet to be sure. yep. It is starting to go awya again. I wont go back to ingesting sugars on a regular basis and except for a few treats here and there grains are still off the board. I need now to see if it is particular root vegetables that cause the problem because is the only major deviation I have made.
    another comment: apples and flax seeds. Flax seeds produce a blech mouth feel effect for me but I am able to add a tablespoon at a time to some foods. many keto baked goods will use a lot of lax but just cannot do it LOL. apples? grew up in southern Ontario and apples were almost a staple in our diets in the warm months. then thru a childhood accident I began to develop TMJ syndrome and had to stop eating raw apples. Still find it difficult.

  • Nienie says:

    My. And was spelled wrong it’s Nienie. Awesome information. Will you be speaking about Leukemia!

  • Pauline says:

    I totally agree with everything Judith Sebastian has said , below. Yet another immensely knowledgeable master class!

  • ElizaBeth says:

    Great information and presentation! Understandable, with enough background information, but not overly scientific. Great connections made with food/nutrition, but I’d like to see a daily segment with the Chef, like the one you had on Day 1. Some of these health ‘summits’ have had 2-4 speakers and can get lengthy, but I’m finding I’d like just a tad more today. Gratefully, ElizaBeth

  • barb says:

    Thank you for your dedication to our health. This is captivating and I am so looking forward to the release of your book.

  • Eric Dunn says:

    Thank you for this brilliant presentation!

  • Alea says:

    I am really enjoying your classes. They are a refreshing change from what is normally offered. I appreciate the shorter sessions and the easy to understand information. And today, I really appreciate your mentioning citrulline. I was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension and only offered drugs which I refused. I have done may things to help (acupuncture, curcumin, Emotion Code/Body Code and more). But citrulline may be key for me. You can bet I will be having lots of watermelon when in season.

  • Margot says:

    This is such a great module, and the specific information verfies a great deal of what I felt (statins are not the way to treat heart disease, for instance), by backing up these ideas with reasons why and alternative methods, i.e., food. I’m really looking forward to the upcoming segments. Thanks so much!

  • Debbie Marquette says:

    The best I’ve ever heard.

  • Marya says:

    Thank you for this information! It is wonderful! One question: are you aware of how this amazing info might be applied to cases of autism? Or will this be covered in upcoming modules?

  • Lorie says:

    I love the way you break everything down in such easy detail. You dont talk fast and give a great mental picture that is understandable. As a Health Coach, I value teachers as yourself whom I am on the same page with. Thank you!

  • Lorie says:

    The information you are giving is right on and such a treasure for your listeners to apply to their lives. Thank you for all you do. Health is my passion and why I do what I do in helping others to better their health.

  • elizabeth says:

    I can feel your heart and so much love flowing from your words.
    Thank you

  • JEM says:

    I am feeling immense gratitude for this series so far.
    Your clear, articulate and informed explanations of our bodies and systems and their incredible innate design are remarkably helpful. I am gaining understanding of biological functions and common misunderstandings of these functions. You are genuinely passionate and present information from both a wide and deep breadth of knowledge.
    Thank you for taking the time to share all of this vital information. Our populations and the planet need this now more than ever.
    Thank you

  • Ronna says:

    I had to have roasted cauliflower after the last segment and I went straight to the fruit bowl for an apple while I was listening to this one. Can’t wait to see what prop you use for the next segment! Wonderful information thank you so much for sharing it with us.

  • Lorie says:

    The topic on the fats and grains is a controversial topic, especially in my own experience. Would it not be healthier to get our fats from whole foods rather than oil pressed from it? I’ve found specific grains to balance my blood glucouse levels, give me a deeper sleep and an overall better mood. In my studies as well as my experience, Im witnessing something different. I am not against these oils entirely, especially when not heated high or at all. I do see a need for moderation as in the past too much oils caused my gallbladder to be unhappy. In moderation and with regular cleansing, I am doing great! I believe God made whole foods in its original design to be quite beneficial, especially when leaving it’s whole structure as is (whole)

  • Maria says:

    Hello Sayer. Excellent presentation format. I was told to eat “green” apples instead of “red”. What is your thought on this?

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings! We asked Sayer, and his response: “Great question. The primary difference is green apples have higher levels of chlorophyll and lower levels of simple carbohydrate. Otherwise, I consider them pretty similar in their bioeffects, though I’m sure Ayurvedic or Chinese medical practitioners would have a better understanding of the subtler qualitative differences no doubt that exist between them!”

  • Sharon says:

    I’m really enjoying this masterclass. It’s packed full of useful information that is easily understood. You don’t seem to be reading from a prompter & I’m super impressed with your vast amount of knowledge that you seem to be able to just recall…I definitely want to buy your book! Can I ask what the advantages are of purchasing all the talks vs the book? Looking forward to the next episodes 🙂

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Sharon! Thank you for this amazing feedback. Sayer does not use a prompter, you are correct. After spending 20 years researching natural health topics (almost all of the studies on — 50,000+ — were personally entered into the database by him), he has managed to summarize a wide range of topics, and connect some of the dots. We are so happy you found value in his work! As far as the difference between the talks and the book, is the former is focused on delivering the kind of personal inspiration and succinct examples of powerful interventions that video makes possible, and also includes 5 advanced modules, and two programs (one culinary and one fitness based) when you purchase. The book is more a summarization of both the 10 years of work on core topics Sayer has written about on GMI, as well as a whole new set of ideas that can’t be found there, or anywhere else, as far as we know (these include concepts like biological organisms harvesting energy from the quantum vacuum, or converting light into matter via the mitochondrion’s cyclotron-like nanoconstruction). If you are interested in learning more about the paid part of this masterclass, you can go here: For more free information on the book, download the table of contents, introduction (Sayer’s personal healing journey starting at 6 months of age), and the powerful chapter on Food as Information:


  • Kitty Parker says:

    So enjoyed today’s session. As a retired respiratory therapist, & someone who has lost a family member to Alzheimer’s…I wish I had known this information about four years ago.

  • Absolutley GREAT! Dear Sayer Ji ! Thank you !

  • Grace says:

    Thank you for existing! After recently receiving a diagnosis of Ulcerative ProctoColitis and completing past ten weeks on steroid enemas, I am actively seeking a way to regenerate my health and well being. I asked the GI doctor to help guide me with a list of foods to eat that will help treat this condition, as well as a list of which foods to avoid that may exacerbate this condition. His response was “there is absolutely no current science that supports any food as beneficial or that should be avoided. Food choice has zero effect on Ulcerative Colitis.” He then told me I now need to take a preventative medication four times per day for the remainder of my life.
    I know enough to know he is misinformed and am hoping this masterclass will speak to Healing Ulcerative Colitis. Please point me towards any helpful source as I need an alternative option to taking big pharma everyday four times a day and the risks associated.

  • Adrienne Boullianne says:

    i just found out my LDL is over 200! i am freaking out, but maybe i dont need to. i will just start eatinag apples, taking niacin, and cutting back on simple carbs.

  • Laura says:

    Thank you for the awesome presentation. Your format with the written points to the right made it extremely clear to me and I so appreciate the knowledge. I have resisted statins without knowing why clearly, and heard Mary Newport talk on coconut oil briefly, but one again, it’s more clear now. Seek to be a wise elder… nice!

  • Alice says:

    Your insight and help with our health issues is so timely. Thank you for all the
    great information. Now I can identify with the needs for our health.
    Your talks are so interesting and I love the way you explain what we need to

  • Marc says:

    Hi, Are the video presentations by Sayer Ji just an introduction to the modules that we can buy, or is the video presentation the actual modules sold??Really appreciating the presentations so far.

  • Mag B. says:

    Thank you Sayer Ji for all that information. I like the length of time, it makes it easier to absorb.

  • Natali says:

    Thank you so much for this opportunity, for all the valuable information, I’m learning a lot from this masterclass! Thank you all for the awesome gifts too! I look forward for the next ones! God bless you all!

  • Dina says:

    I am a great fan of Sayerji. Kudos to him & God Bless him!

  • Linda Murray says:

    Sayer Ji you are amazing – so much information – vital to health and well being. Keep up the good work. Everything you are saying is absolutely true. We all know it in our hearts. The blindspots of modern medicine are glaringly obvious. They make the same mistakes over and over again. They blame and attack the symptoms and not the root cause of disease. Always bad science to make big profits.We need a new perspective on health and you give it to us. Thank you – Linda

  • Anna says:

    Thank you, thank you so much, very informative. I love why we should eat specific food. So good of you to offer free advise and information.

  • JoAnne says:

    Fantastic class! Thank you so much. I am wondering if homemade unsweetened applesauce is as effective as eating an apple?

    • Sayer says:

      Great question! It’s going to be healthy, of course, and beneficial (especially if you include some, if not all of the peel (which also contains the incredibly valuable pectin), but eating the whole apple is always slightly better. : ) That said, food should be fun, and when you sprinkle in real cinnamon (Ceylon), it becomes a magical elixir of healing. : )

  • Allison Kassab says:

    I wonder what the approach would be for someone with FH (familial hypercholesterolemia, overproduction/lack of LDL receptors) with additional genetics (tested) and a microbiome (tested) not geared to saturated fats? Paleo, keto, AIP, Weston Price etc. all present health issues then… While I agree that people with “lifestyle” high cholesterol probably don’t need statins, what should someone do when drowning in LDL 10 times over?

  • JJ says:

    Loved it. Thank you Sayer Ji.

  • irma gonzales says:

    My question: Does juicing apples have the same benefits?

  • Carole Schneider says:

    BRILLIANT again although I was overwhelmed with all the medical terms and complexity of our body’s function. We really learn nothing in our education and this should be taught in all schools. You are pure and passionate Sayer Ji in your wish for everyone to understand how to be healthy through our food and lifestyle THANK YOU so much I hope I understand better tomorrow !

  • Jean Dueck says:

    This was so excellent on so many levels! I appreciate you offering these insight and knowledge for free access to those of us that can’t afford a greater access. My husband’s memory & activities have been in a ssteady decline and I haven’t known what to do except pray & believe. Now I can look for and add some helpful info to my care of him. Thank you so much!

    • Ken Blacker says:

      …also check out Dr Dale Bredesen “The End of Alzheimer’s” …this researcher produced a paper in 2014 where he had reversed Alzheimer’s in 9 (out of 12 l think) early to mid stage Alzheimer’s. His training of docs and continued research is ongoing!…

  • irma says:

    I juice every morning, so would like to know if juicing apples has the same benefits?

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Ima! So, when you juice, you are losing most of the meristematic cells, not to mention much of the fiber and other cofactors which provide a substrate for your microbiome, among other things. Juicing is still a wonderful way to get a blast of nutrigenomic healing into your body (especially when its not too heavy in sweet fruits), but the benefits won’t be exactly the same. Apples, by the way, contain immense value in the skin, which also includes pectin — one of nature’s most powerful chelators of toxic substances, including even nuclear radioisotopes (it saved tens of thousands of lives post-Chernobyl

  • Paula Paine says:

    Sayer Ji is in a class all by himself. TOP OF CLASS!

  • Cheryl Mulholland says:

    I am so impressed with this series! Sayer’s presentations about the new biology has informed and inspired me. I appreciate his radical approach that food, in addition to providing nourishment, also provides information for our body. Sayer’s research confirms that the herbs and foods that nature provides are the source of our wellness and healing. The content and quality these presentations are useful and easily applicable. The length of each module is just right. This is the best wellness series I have ever heard, and I have listened to many. Really stellar! Thank-you so much!

  • Candice says:

    Absolutely fascinating and soaking in all this phenomenal information! Deeply grateful to you Sayer Ji for your incredible wisdom, dedication & mission. You have a wonderful way on explaining everything in a way for us to understand and grasp. NEW BIOLOGY is the ONLY way!!! 🙂

  • Diana Altman says:

    Thank you too for this most interesting and informative presentation, so clear and with a shorter presentation time, I have to confess I have unsuscribed from other masterclasses which are offered by other organisations because mostly they are so lengthy. However I very much look forward to Masterclas 3

  • Radana says:

    Would a sudden intolerance to apples (mainly queasiness) indicate high inflammation in the body which the apple (polyphenols) is working to correct? (the apples are organic reducing the likely hood that pesticides are causing the problem)If this is the case would any type of food intolerance provide a correlating clue to issues in the body. What I’m thinking is that food could be a tool in not only curing but identifying much like some animals can smell disease in humans.

  • Michele says:

    I appreciate you. I am an RN and have a Ph.D. in Holistic Health and Nutrition and I continue to learn so much from you. Thank you. I have severely battered brain syndrome from childhood abuse and I just fell coming down Camelback Mt. in Arizona, head first, on the boulders. An abnormal brain Ct and MRI has me looking for all information on brain regeneration. Thank you for all you do.

  • Barbara says:

    A+ excellent info. Thank you for your research and ongoing care of the human body. Looking forward to next topic!

  • Beautiful…keep driving it home… regeneration is a given
    and we can take care to take care with this body and sacred life
    which is a miracle! “The Gifting Circuit” Gabrielle Young

  • April says:

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge in an easy-to-understand way. The body is truly the greatest machine ever built. Mr. Ji is always so enjoyable to listen to. I also appreciate the shorter length of the talks compared to other health talks out there. They are still very dense with cutting edge info. Looking forward to the next module.

  • MyEyeImagery says:

    Grateful for the wisdom imparted. May we All find and keep clarity, stability and health 🙂

  • Lisa says:

    Excellent episodes so far! And perfect timing to combat a certain doctor’s latest article re: the carnivore diet.

  • Christine T. says:

    Thank you for the excellent information. In smaller segments, it is much more digestible and less overwhelming. I appreciate that I can hear smaller amounts of information that will make it more likely for me to remember, learn from and be able to apply for me and my family.

  • Janet says:

    Awesome session. I am looking forward to receiving your new book. Thank you for your wisdom and knowledge.

  • Kristen says:

    This class is absolutely wonderful. As an integrative energy medicine practitioner, I talk with my patients a lot about the esoteric elements of the body and spiritual healing. It is pretty incredible to see that new science is dovetailing with the spiritual community in the research and practical application!

  • Vince O'Reilly says:

    Dear Sayer , My heart is near to bursting with Gratitude and Compassion as I listen to the Jewels you are laying before us. It is my ‘ heart’s mind ‘ recognising Truth , something so rarely experienced these days.
    May you long bless us with your loving wisdom.

    I also was pleased to find the inclusion of ‘Structured Water’ in your presentation. It will soon be time to tap the birch tree in the forest around my home and I was wondering if this type of water would be considered “structured”.

    May you be peaceful.
    May all beings be peaceful.

  • LindaB says:

    I agree with all the very positive comments already here about the form and functionality of this presentation. A delight of intense but digestible information. Pun intended!😀
    Any difference between red or green apples as far as benefits go?

  • Linda says:

    Wonderful class…easy to understand and the difference it can make is amazing! Education … education … education!!! So necessary. Keep up the good work, so many will benefit from it.

  • Al says:

    which video explains how to regenerate cartilage, especially knee cartilage

  • Andi says:

    Great info, and I do appreciate the approximately 30 minute segments – very user friendly!

  • Amy S says:

    Two questions: 1) You discussed the new biology and cardiovascular disease, but what about electrical issues/arrhythmia’s? Will that be touched on in your book? 2) I am on prescription medication. I found your slide on FDA process interesting. Is there a way to research and find the natural compound(s) that was the basis of the prescription drug?

  • ee says:

    Love you and highly appreciate your work ! Thank you, Sayer Ji ! Blessing to you and your family.

  • Dixie says:

    Such valuable information. I thank you profoundly for your expertise and for sharing your knowledge with us. It is truly a shame that the medical profession is convinced they are doing what is right by patients. Sickening too that Big Pharma contributes to illness and death in the name of profit.

  • Lisa says:

    I get terrible gas when I eat flax seeds (even fresh). Any suggestions as to why that might be and a way to change that?

  • Andrea Wiebe says:

    I love the fact that the segments are short. It makes it easy to watch them! So much great information! Have been a huge follower of Sayer Ji. Thanks for the Years of research and explaining all your findings in a way that is easy to understand and follow!

  • Muskan says:

    This is fascinating information you are giving. I am so very grateful to be able to hear some of the reasons of the new biology of why it is so good to do certain things. I have been practising many things mentioned but not always knowing why. Thank you thank you thank you

  • Annie Smith says:

    A most interesting talk, I will listen to it again if possible. I have a heart problem and a Pacemaker, I wish I’d heard this talk before..I am wondering though if cooking the apples would reduce their effect as these days I can’t chew properly. Many thanks for the information Sayer Ji. Annie

  • Joanne says:

    Watching this episode made me really want an apple.

  • Julie says:

    Wow, this is just the information I was looking for! Thanks. I’ll eat more apples. 😀

  • Martie says:

    I listen to a lot of health/food webinars. It is very important to me and I am very aware of taking care of my own health. I really like this format! And you talk to us like we are sitting in the room with you. Extremely informative with so much common sense and practical application. Thank you!

  • Sherry says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this information. I believe our bodies are capable of healing and am searching for a way to deal with chronic issues for myself. Have been in the zero stage of CLL for four years compromising my immune system and would like to bring my abc back to normal. Will food to this?
    Again, thank you for this masterclass!

  • Barbara says:

    Thank you! Fantastic information put in such an easily understandable way.
    Are there alternatives to tumeric? i seem to have an intolerence to it!

  • Lani says:

    Excellent explanations and information; and appreciate the shorter videos. Thank you.

  • Sarah says:

    I just want to say “THANK YOU” for providing these modules. I love all your work (GreenMed, online summits I’ve seen you in, Stand for Health Freedom, etc.) and look forward to reading Regenerate!! I appreciate the format of these modules with the ability to adjust speed settings and reasonable time frames so that I don’t have to block out two hours+ a day to listen. Thanks for making health easily accessible to all of us. I am grateful for your generosity in sharing your hard-won wisdom and love the spirit you have for this work!!

  • Jo says:

    Is there any help for joints, that have been damaged, and set badly, including damage to tendons?
    I’m listening and following the details as best I can. Thanks for your help.

  • Vicki says:

    With the news tonight on the coronavirus, is there any recommendations
    you could give to prepare our bodies for possible exposure?

  • Yogidoc says:

    I fully agree with other attendees in their sentiment regarding content, format, and presentation. I feel enlightened today, after day two. Furthermore, I feel empowered as not only a practitioner, but as a caregiver.

  • Elizabeth Davis says:

    What can you say about high blood pressure? I am avoiding pharmaceuticals, don’t actively restrict but eat less salt, take hawthorne, meditate (probably not proficiently) daily, practice Tai Chi once or twice a week, and try to eat healthily, avoiding many pre-prepared foods and choosing organic. I still have borderline high blood pressure; the condition does tend to run in the family. Elizabeth

  • Mila says:

    So many important science based things said in a simple way,thank You

  • sanuk says:

    Awesome. We are blessed. Blessed Be.

  • Debbie says:

    A whole food plant-based diet was recommended for me due to CAD. Maybe I will add some healthy fats, but for ethical reasons, I do not eat meat or fish. I will eat flax meal. Is there anything else you recommend for a person with CAD who is plant-based.

  • Esther says:

    Imagine if all the doctors in the world spoke this narrative. Awesome talk, Sayer!

  • Lynn says:

    Excellent information and thank you for presenting this to all of us today!

  • Sally says:

    Just purchased online and transcript- this information is what I have been waiting to hear in our world today. Thank you for your research time and love for humanity.

  • Jocelyne says:

    Thank you for the very well explained, enlightening teaching. While the format keeps our interest alive, you are an awesome teacher!!

  • Francesca says:

    Cannot download ebook gift.

  • Christina says:

    Amazing! I was spell-bound! Sayer is a fountain of useful well thought out information that builds on a basic foundation and is easily understood in the graduated manner that it is presented.

  • Judy says:

    Thank you so much for these informative talks and making them available at no cost. That means so much to those of us who are trying to live on SS! You are a true blessing.

  • Lori says:

    Love this series!!! Thank you for giving such beneficial information freely!

    I love knowing “why” an apple a day keeps the doctor away : )
    I would like to know if you have to eat the whole apple to benefit from it’s cleansing properties or do the same properties exist when I juice my apples and drink it fresh? Are there polyphenols in the skin and pulp that don’t exist in the juice?

    Also, does using avocado oil, such as cooking with it or putting it in a salad or my green smoothie, provide similar benefits to eating an avocado whole?

    Thanks again!

    • Moderator says:

      So good to hear you are loving the masterclass! The whole apple is the way to go. The peel contains potent antioxidants as well as pectin, and provides the kind of fiber which has its own unique microbiome-mediated benefits to your health. Avocado oil is primarily monounsaturated fat — the same kind found in olive oil — and has unique therapeutic properties, but is best consumed in whole form as avocado and not the oil. When cooking with oil, its best to cook with vegetable sourced saturated fats, such as coconut, wild red palm, or if one does animal products, ghee (clarified butter). In my opinion. Best, Sayer : )

  • Nancy says:

    I am really enjoying this master class. Thank you for putting it on. I am going to preorder your book and can’t wait to read it and share it with my husband.

  • marie buckley says:

    About a year ago I had a coronary calcium score in the 90th %ile– very high risk. I was put on rosuvastatin 5 mg., Metoprolol ER 25mg., and Losartan 25 mg. (I/2 tablet). I have cut out sugar, never eat gluten (celiac), now eat TONS of org. veggies, drink plenty of water, and I’m working out daily. I was not overweight, but have lost a few pounds (5’2″–109 lb.) My cholesterol went WAY down. (160) Dr. says ok to take 1/2 statin (now 2.5 mg.) Stopped Losartan. My BP is normal range now. I hope to get off the statin completely and eventually the BP meds, too. I was told that the Coronary calcium score will not go down if I repeat the test. What do you think?

  • Jill says:

    Really wonderful information, well presented and not too overwhelming in terms of the time it takes to watch….thank you so much!

  • Thank you for a succinct and beautifully prepared talk. You are a delight to listen to!

    I’m here to learn all I can about reversing osteoporosis and brain fog in myself and Parkinsons (husband).

    We already do most of what you suggest, but I have been told that I don’t convert flax well, but don’t remember the particulars. Is there a substitute? One of the early health-food folks recommended flax seeds and cottage cheese for reversing breast cancer, so it rang some bells.

    What form do you suggest for turmeric? Fresh? Dried? and I’m told it needs to be browned in fat and enhanced with pepper in order for it to be effective. Is this your knowledge?

    Thanks again – you are a marvel whose time has certainly come. We are hungry for your knowledge about masterful eating to live!

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  • peggy says:

    thank you so much , Sayer! these presentations are full of wonderful information. The length is perfect to watch over and over too. 🙂

  • Donna says:

    Totally agree that we must use natural ways that work with our bodies to address the root causes. Really enjoying the Masterclass. Your book will be coming shortly says Amazon. Thank you so much for your commitment, been following for years, every day. Appreciate the passion you have, also for keeping up with most current studies and mostly for sharing. Thank you, Bless you and Congratulations!

  • Lisa says:

    I missed day 1. I hope you have a replay. Excellent information. Thank you so much for doing this.

  • Sue says:

    Thank you so much for putting this incredible information out there.

  • Modules.Sandra Otten says:

    Thank you Sayer ji, You have done a wonderful job of getting to the heart of the subject and making it clear for young and old this is a wonderful reeducation for an 83-year-old I have enjoyed having a connection with you for a couple of years and I’m looking forward to buying you a book congratulations on a job well done. One other thing it’s a lot easier for me as an older person to comprehend what you’re saying With the shorter length Modules.

  • Bob says:

    Have seen you as a guest on videos many times over the years. Great to see you with your own series. Outstanding so far, very nicely explained, cant wait to see the rest and Have to get the book.
    All the best Bob S

  • Farah says:

    Hi Sayer. You mentioned watermelon – there are plenty in this part of the world being tropical. Apples are imported so would you suggest locally grown better than imported for this part of the world.

  • Elaine says:

    So happy you are doing this class for us! Such amazing information. thank you, thank you. 🙏 I wish everyone could hear this stuff. So difficult to convince loved ones that there are different choices (outside of pharmaceuticals) they can make to improve their health.

  • Wende says:

    Great content and format, thank you Sayer! I appreciate the comments on the importance of glucose regulation. I’ve found it difficult to find research on the long term effects of chronic LOW blood glucose and of reactive hypoglycemia. Maybe these aren’t harmful, but I would love to see more info on this, especially because this may be more common among people that are on low carb diets over a long period.

  • There is great information here. I am wondering if any of the substances that help with plaque in the heart or brain would also help with the plaques that form in the eyes with macular degeneration. Does anyone know?

  • Leigh says:

    Thank You!! Such excellent information that condenses important information that I have spent years trying to understand. An amazing gift from your years of research to a waiting and dare I say, starving audience..

  • Emma Brunson says:

    I hope that’s an organic apple. Lol. Thank you for such high class education. I’m really enjoying and learning a lot.

  • Christina says:

    The one area of health interest that I have not heard addressed on the any of the programs is cataracts. Is there truly anything that is proven to work to remove cataracts or regenerate lenses that is a natural approach? I have heard that there is a similarity to the plaque in the arteries, Alzheimer’s and cataracts. What is your opinion please?

  • Riesah says:

    Thank you, SayerJi, for elucidating so many health myths.We’re only at session 2 and I have had answers to issues I was told by my m.d. were problematic. I’m a healthy senior woman who eats a great modified keto diet, mostly organically grown and I do intermittent fasting, HIIT 3 times a week, mixed in with lots of walking, biking and a big garden in which I plan to grow enough food for my family to feed us well from spring through to fall at the very least. I’m focused on soil regeneration and plan to speak about this, using my garden as an example of what can be done, even if we don’t exactly
    “know” what we’re doing.
    I look forward to the rest of your very informative series with curiosity and interest.

  • Jean says:

    Thank you for the details of how the synthetic nature of drugs impacts and confuses the body – and all the other fabulous details you are sharing. You and your work is a blessing to us all. Think you said we all know this in our hearts/minds – but it helps SO much to have the info you are sharing.

  • Alan Byford says:

    How impossible it is to get an email to you on any of your sites:The ‘SEND BOX’ on is not working!

  • Iina says:

    Very clearly verbally communicated presentation – excellent! I hope this info gets communicated to the masses and becomes mainstream sooner rather than later. I just noticed though on the slide showing the brain dissection of alzheimers patients – I think the images for the mild and severe may possibly need to be switched around?

  • Desiree says:

    Thank you for these classes. I really like the format and the length of each episode. I do not have endless free hours during a 24 hour cycle and this perfect! I really wasn’t planning on purchasing the whole thing but after the 2nd episode I realized how much information is in this and so I bought it today. I am looking forward to the next one!

  • Deborah says:

    Awesome content today. I am sharing this with a friend who has been on statins forever. Valuable information!

  • Svetlana says:

    Amazing insights, thank you Sayer Ji! 
    I have some confusion on the subject of reversing cardiovascular disease. You are talking about a healthy fats that heart needs and yet, according to China Study – cardiovascular diseases can be reversed only with plant-based diet with no added oils, refined corbelydrates and animal fats. Even Mediterranean diet is considering by Dr. B.Esselstyn as promoting heart disease. Any comments on this subject? Thank you so much.

  • jay says:

    Thank you for this information!! You are a great teacher))
    If you blend up an apple, celery, cucumber or whatever are you damaging
    the EZ water?? Is is better just to eat the fruit or vegetable?

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Jay! We appreciate the feedback. The EZ water in a blended version of a raw apple, celery, or cucumber, will be affected, but will likely not be too significantly altered or compromised to negate this aspect of the whole food’s benefits. In this day and age, any opportunity to eat organic, raw fruits or vegetables is a good one — blended, raw, dehydrated, and yes, even cooked. As we are all so deficient in these incredible health promoting foods (remember: sources of biologically indispensable information) : )

  • Svetla says:

    You are a wealth of knowledge and experience. And a gifted speaker. Truly a MUST SEE EXPERT TALK. Very grateful to have found you through functional medicine.

  • Judith Reynolds says:

    I’m looking forward to hearing the topics presented.

  • Christi Love says:

    Thank you for putting this series together. Someone I follow on YouTube who seems fairly credible on most things shared that eating members of the allium family (garlic, onion, chives, etc.) was toxic to brain cells and can result in Alzheimers later in life especially for those who consume them regularly. She said that the same toxin that makes them an effective natural pesticide can cross the blood/brain barrier and enter the cells where it does harm. She based her information on scientific research that she participated in when when she was younger (though she didn’t say where and with whom). Since researching this online, it seems there is merit to this. What is your take? Given the fact that allicin and the sulphur compounds in these plants typically have them ranking high in lists of super/medicinal foods, I’m reluctant to eliminate or even reduce their consumption unless they do play a negative role in brain health. Some of the research I read said that pilots are not supposed to consume them within 24-48 hours of flying and that brain scans have shown reduced activity on subjects that have consumed them. I’m wondering if that may be why I often feel brain fog after a meal (I consume it regularly). I also read that this same toxicity makes it effective at killing cancer cells (including in the brain) but that it is detrimental to healthy cells. I hope you may address this in a future series or post. Thanks again for being a light in the dark.

  • Paula Rhodes says:

    Sayer, thank you for this! I’ve always appreciated your research-informed perspective on health and healthcare. There ARE better ways…! Thank you again for putting this together.

  • Irenee Riter says:

    My heart is beating in appreciation for your beautiful presentation full of wisdom and sensibility. Thank you. I am 84 and am so grateful to understand how to do even more natural support of myself and to be an example to my family. I listened over and over today to really absorb it all. You are a true master and so sincerely presented without ego…pure love and service. I will be following your work closely and already appreciate nature and our bodies like never before. Wishing you happiness and birds singing for you today and always. Irenee Riter Pleasanton, CA

  • Bill Matthews says:

    Hippocrates once said it:
    “Let Food be Thy medicine and medicine be Thy Food”

  • Nina says:

    I was hesitant to sign up for this Masterclass as I usually find it difficult to follow you and the presentations to be over my head, however the short format and very clear, simple explanations so far have been amazing. Thank you!!

  • Michele says:

    Thank you, Sayer Ji!! So far, these first 2 modules are most excellent. I love that they are not too long, like some of the other health docuseries, yet you so elequently address the subject thoroughly, clearly & efficiently.

  • Loretta says:

    Every time I hear you speak I’m so impressed with your down to earth knowledge! No pun intended! You make it so easy to understand! And I’m glad the sessions are short enough to get to listen to the whole thing. Thank you Sayer Ji!!

  • nikky says:

    all of this has my husband wanting to learn more he was overhearing your first talk. i’m currently doing a herbalist class and this would be a nice companion to it

  • Penny says:

    I agree with so many that this is an excellent topic & excellent information from Sayer. Thank you. I do understand this easily but I must comment that because of the geographic area in which I live & the level & type of education many people here have had, I know there are people who may not know all the medical words or even the words such as “archetypal” that you used, Sayer. Some I know would get turned off by this & quit watching the series & even complain about it to others who in turn would not watch it themselves. Then the benefit of this wonderful information would be lost not only to these folks but to those in their lives that they could influence after they learn about this new biology. I don’t mean this as a criticism but as something to think about with the wide variety of listeners there may be to this series. Thank you again for this great series.

  • Glenn Moran says:

    Wonderful information about enhancing regeneration.

  • Penny Price says:

    Exceptional presentation, verbal, summary notes, length.
    Content so enlightening and capable of affecting our decision
    making in relation to our health and our entire lives.
    Totally blessed to have access to this Masterclass. Thank you

  • Nicole says:

    I learned a great deal of valuable information, this seminar is truly life changing. Thank you for your time, I appreciate this course so much.

  • Cellina says:

    My son coughs everytime he eats apples or pears. 🙁 I can’t figure this out? We buy organic, but have had to stop. Do you have any idea why or what I can do to heal this reaction?

  • Steven says:

    I always love listening to this man. So much wisdom and he makes it easy to understand. If it wasn’t for Jonathan Landsman at health365 I never would have known about Sayer. Needlesss to say I am a regular reader of GreenMedInfo. Thx Bro, your knowledge had helped my life tremendously!

  • rich says:

    Thank you Sayer Ji. Have been following you for years. As I’ve deleted so many great info sites…I have kept yours as the most important and relevant to keeping the mind/body in good shape…Enjoying your presentation and especially the focused way the content is presented

  • Carran says:

    Enjoying very much your presentation, ‘The New Biology’ weaving together important, and for many of us new concepts. Especially interesting is the structured water found in nature and what our bodies require. Look forward to the next module. Thankyou Sayer Ji 🙏

  • D.M. Schott says:

    It is wonderful to hear from Sayer Ji what is intuitively truth about healing with natural plant based substances and healthy fats. My parents lived very long and productive lives because they consistently refused (for almost 100 years each!)the doctor’s “pills & potions”. How wonderful to know that there are many scientific studies that document these medical truths. Sad that the medical community is so slow to accept sound practices……but continue doggedly with the wrong medical model! I appreciate GreenMedInfo and these Regenerate Masterclass and look forward to reading Regenerate: Unlocking Your Body’s Radical Resilience Through the New Biology!

  • Dave says:

    Thanks for your information. Is it safe and beneficial to take Citicoline for brain health and memory? I’m currently taking 100mg via a supplement called Vitaae from Sane Laboratories. It also contains Vit D, Folate, CoQ10 and another proprietary blend of items. Thanks for your help!!

  • User says:

    If I am not mistaken, he is appealing to science to advocate the use of olive oil for heart health, yet Dean Ornish and Joel Fuhrman ( MDs) both advocate little to NO dietary olive to treat AND reverse heart diseases. Incidentally, all three men are also enamored with Hinduism!

    This is the beauty of “science”, nutrition, Hinduism et al……..

    Would the real McKoy please stand up! Thank you

  • Carol says:

    Great info, Sayer Ji, presents health as a simple natural solution, the way it should be

  • Ruth Ford says:

    Amazing part 2. Thank you for demystifying our regenerative bodies!

  • Theresa says:

    Thank you so much Sayer. You have encourage me and renewed my hope. I have extreme chemical sensitivies which do not allow me to take medications. This, at times can be very scary when I have been told by physicians, “if you don’t takes these meds there is nothing we can do for you, and you could die.” Hearing you explain how a simple apple can cause our bodies to heal in such a miraculous way, gives me the hope to know that I can be well with the proper foods, positive attitude, and faith in my creator.

  • Loretta says:

    GREAT information! Sayer it really gives hope to all of us, whether chronically ill or in good health. Thank you!

  • Denise says:

    Thank you for the excellent information shared in the Regenerate Heart and Brain episode! A wealth of vital knowledge was shared that will definitely be put to good use. I am looking forward to future episodes.

  • Rosemary says:

    My husband had a heart attack in mid-Nov. His cholesterol is good but his blood pressure gets high. I have chronic Lyme and I think the stress of him doing everything that I can’t contributed to this. He won’t take the Lipitor or Norvasc the dr prescribed, do you know of a natural alternative to keep the blood pressure down?

  • Julie says:

    keep the info coming! You clarity here is very appreciated. And your site and daily emails are crucial to staying healthy today. thank you

  • Cynthia says:

    Sayer, it’s always a pleasure to hear you talk about anything. You’re an excellent teacher. I look forward to reading your book. Thank you for the work you do.

  • Rosa says:

    Why can I only get Sayer Ji. I can’t get the other speakers. Couldn’t get last night’s either. I was so looking forward to watching them. Bombed out.

  • Dr. Samiran Bhadra says:

    Thanks for the excellent information you said about LDL/cholesterol. I like the way you talk for general people. Looking for the next class.
    Thanks, Sayer Ji.

  • Jane Adams says:

    Tomorrow one trip to make is to Barnes&Noble to buy Regenerate!!!
    This will be my new roadmap to health. For the past 60 years I have lived an organic/supplement diet life and I can attest that in the long-run it does work. However, I did not understand the basic biology that explains the miraculous/wonderful connections. Thank you for your work!

    • Moderator says:

      Thank you Jane! And for those who are interesting in finding local, independent book sellers in your area, you can use the handy IndieBound zip code lookup on the right side of this page to have them carry it, and support these struggling businesses presently being crushed by companies like Amazon who while generating a trillion in revenue paid $0 taxes last year :(.

  • Jaleh says:

    Thank you so much Sayer for your excellent presentation. You are a great teacher, you have the art of making difficult topics understandable.
    I totally agree with you and I’m a fan of yours and a follower of your great articles and researches.

  • Ann Long says:

    Just superb, Sayer…….thank you so much!

  • Bonnie says:

    Thank you. I love the shorter fact filled education. Many people will be able to begin their new biology health journey because they are not overwhelmed with too much information. I have a friend who was diagnosed with MS over 40 years ago and was put on many different drugs at the same time for brain lesions. One was Aricept. Her reactions to this drug were horrible, with loss of control of. Ody functions and terrifying nightmares. She has now been diagnosed with full blown Alzheimer’s and is on 10 or more medications. When I visit her, I can see that under all those drugs, which cause her to become belligerent there is my friend, almost pleading to come out from under the debilitating effect of those drugs.

    Keep educating the public Sayer Ji. I know it to be one of the few ways that our culture will learn how to become whole again.

  • Sophia Snyder says:

    Thank you again so intensive and so necessary of information

  • Ali says:

    can you explain more what the ancestral template is?

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Ali! The ancestral template, in a nutshell, is the Paleolithic diet, with the necessary qualification that one can find a dietary template that is vegetarian or vegan if ethical requirements or preferences preclude animal products. Sayer advocates a generic elimination of grains, especially gluten-containing grains, as part of his protocol in REGENERATE, but in some cases, certain grains can be therapeutic, i.e. organic oats. And so, everyone will have to find their own way to an individualized expression of this ancestral template. It might even require going into one’s family tree and exploring what one’s most immediate ancestors ate! This is a big part of the Food-As-Medicine culinary portion of the masterclass and advanced modules, namely, to discern what it was that one’s grandmothers and fathers did to produce recipes that act literally like “epigenetic inheritance systems,” and without which our entire epigenetic and genetic resilience starts to become compromised. We hope that helps!

  • Sarah Greenleaf says:

    Thank you for a very interesting talk! I really appreciate the way that you always go back to the way that our bodies can heal themselves if we give them what they need & stop giving them what they don’t need! I also like the inclusion of lifestyle & patterns of socializing, etc & how it all contributes to affecting out health. It is nice that it is not overly long, as I am trying to cut down on my computer time! I look forward to the rest of the class…

  • Thank you, Sayer. You have a gift in being able to explain this complicated subject making it easy to understand. I’m looking forward to the rest of your masterclass and also to your new book, when it is released next month.

  • Sudarshan Moudgalya says:

    Recently my NT-PROBNP is elevated to 26000 as found in my blood test. Normal is 0 to 150 pg/mL. ( NT-pro BNP is released by the heart as a natural
    response to heart failure, to hypotension (when
    your heart is not strong enough to pump enough
    oxygen-rich blood and nutrients to meet your body’s
    needs), when the heart itself does not get enough
    oxygen (with angina and heart attack), and when
    the left ventricle has been stretched too much (
    hypertrophy) from the accumulation of blood and
    fluid. ) Any advice, Sayer Ji. I just purchased the program as I found it very valuable to keepup my health.





  • Kerrieann Adesso says:

    A Brilliant and delightful man – thank you for the time and energy taken/spent and given for bringing to the world a format of explanation that cuts thru all the crap taught in general modern society pertaining to our “health”.

  • Maria says:

    Thank you Sayer Ji this has to be one of the best web talk/ class of information on health I have listened to. It has such clarity and the length is perfect. It doesn’t jump all over the place and there is no sales push through it -refreshingly unique! Really looking forward to the next class and to the release of your book.

  • Leticia says:

    Thank you!! Excellent class!!

  • Sylvia says:

    I agree with some of your viewers in that your excellent masterclass is the right length of time to make a powerful impact. I just love it and look forward to viewing the next one. Thank you!

  • char says:

    Agree with all the comments thanking for a number of reasons listed.
    I have a question: Will the book be more in depth? Thank you!

  • Pam Jacobsen says:

    This is wonderful. You teach clearly so that we understand. Questions: What do you think about using grass-fed butter as a good fat? Do you recommend intermittent fasting? Thank you!

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Pam! Thank you for your feedback. Grass-fed butter is an excellent source of nourishing and therapeutic bioeffects in most individuals. You can consult the research on the butter database: Intermittent fasting is an excellent way to support natural immunity, and is featured in the REGENERATE program part of the book. But Sayer also recommends considering each day a micro-fasting opportunity, by not eating mindlessly in the evening and early morning, but “breaking the fast” when you are actually truly hungry. Snacking on an apple for the first “meal” may be an ideal way to support your body’s needs, nourish, detoxify, and stimulate regeneration all at the same time. Thanks for your questions!

  • Trudy Scott says:

    Thank you for sharing your brilliance as always! As a nutritionist all this is music to my ears! I love your closing where you say “Our body is a veritable miracle!”

    I loved learning about structured water/”biological water” in apples and watermelon and the fact that water acts like a battery to convert sunlight into metabolic activity (and can’t wait to learn more about the additional workshops and in your new book.)

    Thanks for shining a light on statins. One big issue I see with the anxious women I work with, is the use of statins leading to total cholesterol that is too low and contributing to their anxiety, and mood and hormonal issues. As you well know, the research also shows that low total cholesterol increases suicide risk and even increases the risk of stroke.

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Trudy! Your support in this event and positive vibes have been epic. You’ve helped so many people yourself and we greatly honor your commitment to the cause. Warm regards

      P.S. For anyone looking for further substantiation for what Trudy is referring to, you can consult the statin database which contains the published research on over 300 signals of harm associated with statin use, and 30+ distinct modes of toxicity:

  • Pea says:

    Fabulous as usual. I’ve been following you for years on various summits. This was packed with such fantastic information…. I have a friend who is taking mega doses of statins since her 50’s, now has heart problems and full body muscle pain….. I’ve tried information interventions but she’s swallowed the pharma/AMA kool-aide. It’s so hard to watch her decline… now eye problems so rare she is in a University study. Breaks my heart. Hopefully others can learn.
    I honor and cherish your dedication to teaching us about food = medicine. I learned this from my guru dr. mark hyman… lost nearly 100 lbs in 3 yrs have kept it off for 5…. it’s lifestyle.
    Question: I used to get your weekly emails, updates etc… know you went through many Website sponsors…. How can I get you back as a regular fix in my life. You help to keep me on the right track. bless you, big hugs XXXX P

  • Nad says:

    Hi, I purchased the online package ($79) and I don’t find how to download the pdf transcripts. Can you please help me?

  • Maureen Mack says:

    This is awesome! I can hardly wait for the book to be in my hands.

  • Tom says:

    Thank you for the sharing, indeed ayurvedic is very inspiring since it is essentially based on what Mother Nature provides for life beings. Chinese traditional medicine is very interesting too since it’s based on understanding the human body and his energies. Thanks !

  • Patsy Donnelly says:

    Can not agree more with the content and also the comments. Thank you so very much. I also love that the instruction is just the right amount of time. Thank you

  • Eileen A. Sordyl, D.C. says:

    I forgot to listen yesterday and while I still had 30 minutes left of the 24 hr period I could not download the talk.

  • Rebecca Cody says:

    I thought I’d be hearing from many other speakers. Apparently they are only available if I buy the program. This is disappointing.

  • michael stone says:

    There are those who desire to incarnate for the sole purpose of moving humanity
    ever close to awakening to things long forgotten. Remember that these truths may not have been
    practiced by justifiable scientific base, they simply didn’t have all the distractions of the so called modern era. The bombardment of profit is responsible for our own vibration lowering. Not that money is bad at all,just that it should not be at the risk of our health without truth!!! This man deserves every penny he gets!

  • Mihaela Ignatescu says:

    Hello Sayer, is fantastic this presentation, but very concentrated, with many information. All is very useful, but what we can do with a parent, who has Parkinson disease, and is very difficult to understand to change the food or lifestyle. Because of their habits and less information, don’t understand to make changes in their life. I believe we have to have a flexibility to change something when we are younger, because later, people are not awareness that have to change something. It is about an own philosophy of life. Or, we can understand, but we procrastinate to put in practice. Many thanks again, and we follow in the next modules.

  • Tanya says:

    Awesome information. Empowers and gives hope.

  • L says:

    I love the honesty, integrity and heart that goes into Sayer’s work- thankyou Sayer. I also appreciate the fact these presentations aren’t too long and padded out like so many others and further, they are packed solid with wonderful and uplifting real information instead of riding on the backs of bulked up presentations full of patient testimonials.

    The one thing that made me sad was that I used to love biting into my “apple a day!” Now because of two broken teeth and two extractions along with long term bleeding gums (ironically after work from a biological dentist left me with an abscess!), hypothyroidism, CFS and menopausal symptoms, I have to mash all my food to a mono-tasting pulp lest I break what teeth I have left. So mashed steamed veg is a staple! Unfortunately, I also lose much of the digestive benefit that chewing and hence salivating properly bestows. Not only can I not afford decent dental treatment now as I am in poverty (and I don’t want the UK’s NHS “treatment!”), but my health state means that I really don’t do well after any work, even minor fillings (and I have only ever had white ones done, no mercury thankfully). I would love to be able to get back to literally munching on a raw apple for its health benefits. Are there any suggestions on this?

  • Tambra says:

    This is such a great series! I am wondering if you will address osteoporosis…? Thank you for your research and your consciousness

  • Cindy says:

    Does apple sauce cooked with the skin have the same effects as a raw apple??

  • gail maynard says:

    Very good information. Its not just fluff, but substantial data is given in an interesting way.

  • Valerie says:

    Wonderful and informative presentation. Is anyone aware of a cardiologist in Southern California utilizing the new biology? I am looking for alternatives to taking anti-coagulant medication.

  • Richard says:

    Thank you Sayer & your entire team for sharing your gifts!
    We are literally at our wits end over the following physical issue.

    Question: Re: DERCUMS

    Do you have any resources on your site, GreenMedInfo,
    for the thousands and thousands of people suffering with
    this debilitating painful cluster growths of fat all over the body
    (that do not go away) and eventually lead to restricted mobility
    of any kind … ?

  • Rinske says:

    Too bad it is only available for 24 hrs – missed this episode 2 – will miss a few more on the weekend – can’t buy everything offered online. Out with granddaughter – more important for me. But thanks for your offer anyway!

  • Bree Haas says:

    Thank you so much for this wonderful information. I am an RN but I have been intrigued with food as medicine and prevention for many years and I am a true believer. My fiance had a heart attack last year at 46. He was in good shape and pretty conscious of the foods he ate. Since then, he has adopted a mostly whole food plant based diet, however, he is on several medications that concern me (plavix, aspirin, statin, metoprolol). I have done my own research on these meds long before his incident and my conclusions were never positive. It is hard to talk to the doctors about this and I don’t want to scare my fiance. Most of the information, like yours, that I have found seems to say the benefits to the medications are unfounded for PREVENTION. Is there info in the advanced program that can help someone who has already had an event?

  • Jermaine Allison says:

    Excellent! I am so grateful for this information as it affirms my own beliefs. I look forward to the rest.

  • Janice says:

    Thank you!!! Validates my journey to fill my personal health plan toolbox with information and knowledge to alter the expression of my DNA blueprint. Strong family history of CVD and Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Helen Sears says:

    Thank you so much for solid information shared with gentle wisdom. You have comforted and under-girded us for the next phase of life, and helped immeasurably for those of us caring for older spouses. Heartfelt gratitude and honor to you.

  • Sarah says:

    Amazing! I learned so much, thank you!

  • Christina says:

    This new biology inspires me to want even more to advance my nursing degree.

  • Marilyn Ednie says:

    Excellent, would like to purchase. Thanks for sharing your super knowledge

  • Jurkowski says:

    I have been tested for food sensitivities and curcumin, tumeric and flax are on my list of avoid. I never know what i am doing, helping or hurting myself with information. Your talk was amazing

  • Adrian says:

    I have enjoyed Module two so much and want to say how impressed I am about the new biology. Thanks.

  • Barbara says:

    Dear Sayer, what about Cerebrolysin? My father is 93 and has been taking Cerebrolysin for over two months and we have noticed a difference with little or no side affects. The Cerebrolysin was recommended by his Naturopathic doctor at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. I do my best to encourage my parents to eat a plant based diet, but it is challenging to change someone else’s diet. I have gotten my mother to buy organic fruits and vegetables. My father also gets a weekly IV (Nutrient Boost) containing Vitamin C, Bs and Magnesium. Since we started the IVs, he no longer gets bladder infections or pneumonia. He is recovering from a stroke 2014. All and all he is doing very well. He is truly a joy to be around–very cognizant.

  • Julie says:

    I have microvascular angina so was put on statins. I was told they stabilise the plaque . I am vegan so should I stop taking them and eat apples and flaxseeds instead?

  • Gary Clemens says:

    While consumption of apples is a good thing, they are by far…the most pesticide laden produce we consume with a high glycemic count. Do not believe that organic is always a better solution either because organics do allow pesticides to be used and one of the most commonly used is copper sulfate which is extremely toxic to consume. People also do not understand that organic does not take the water supply used into consideration and we know that almost all water table sources whether above or below ground, now are contaminated to a certain degree.

  • Rebecca Carina says:

    Thank you Sayer. Everything you share feels just right to my body. Makes me smile to think of my grandmothers’ cooking and renews my interest in exploring ancestral foods. Just ate an apple!

  • Suzanne says:

    Informative! I agree with all of it.

  • Jamiel says:

    I love the idea of eating apples for helping the body to heal. Unfortunately, I have had strong reactions to certain apples. I don’t understand why. I have gotten a sore throat, and I a runny nose. One time the reaction caused me to have trouble breathing although it could have been psychosomatic.It is quite discouraging as now I see it can help to heal and regenerate a unhealthy body/mind. I don’t know if it is allergies and want to reverse this so I can happily enjoy eating apples for my health and wellbeing and use it in the diet. What can I do to get help, reverse the allergy and find out why I am reacting so strongly to apples?

    Also, how can I heal Chronic Lyme Disease? Do you write about that? Can I use the book to aid in healing from Lyme?

    Thank you so much for your wisdom and deep experience. I appreicate you and your work, a blessing to the world community. 🙂

  • Bettina Ettedgui says:

    With Mom passing I missed most of this and tried to do weekend but drained emotionally so I was 1/2 through heart and brain but it timed out. Guess not meant to be. I cannot buy seminar I have not seen. sorry………

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