Module 3: Regenerate Your Metabolism, Optimize Your Weightwith Sayer Ji

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What you'll learn from this expert talk:

Learn how to reset and renew your metabolism using the Regenerate RX dietary template. Discover dietary and lifestyle hacks that will optimize your weight and muscle mass.

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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. GreenMedInfo.com 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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  • S B D says:

    this is my favorite module! great information on how, why we can change ourselves. the blueprint you have given thus far, and also on GreenMedInfo, can be life changing…we just have to do it! And thanks for GreenMedInfo from which one can glean all that is necessary to help our bodies live a clean, green life. Thanks Sayer Ji!

  • Amy L says:

    The concept of the Reset Mono Diet….I sure wish I could get your new book now to read up on this.

    • Moderator says:

      No problem! Here’s an exclusive excerpt straight from the book, not found anywhere else:

      “Apples and Clean
      Water Mono Diet
      (1–3 days)
      Evolutionarily, an apple is a perfect whole food, with all the nutrients and information you need to nourish, cleanse, and lighten your digestive burden while invigorating your microbiome. Apples also contain extremely rejuvenating plant stem cells and EZ water, dissolved oxygen, and other nutrients that don’t require elaborate digestive processing to nourish you deeply. This seemingly radical move toward dietary simplicity will be a profound reset of your entire metabolism, helping your body to clean house while being deeply nourished. You’ll find a similar reset and opening in other areas of your life, as you will have an abundant amount of time once dedicated to acquiring and preparing food that is now entirely yours to fill with new creative ventures.
      For one to three days, you can eat any variety of organic apples; get rid of the seeds, but don’t peel the skin, which contains astringent properties that cleanse your epithelial tissues for healthy oral, gut, and cardiovascular health.

      Apples’ structured biological water will nourish and infuse
      your tissues with both energy and information, and their pectin
      will enhance detoxification by drawing out bile and accumulated
      toxicants. Additionally, like all living foods, the apples have a
      complex and health-promoting microbiome that will reseed and
      reinvigorate your own microbiome. There are no restrictions on
      how many apples you can eat. Let your appetite (or lack thereof)
      be your guide. When you get hungry, just eat one. It’s that simple.
      Drinking plenty of clean and pure water alongside the apples is
      equally essential. Spring water is best, but you can fortify purified
      filtered water with minerals, such as a pinch of Himalayan sea salt
      or trace minerals from the Great Salt Lake in Utah, to alkalize and
      restructure the water.

      • Marilyn says:

        Why is it that both apples (all varieties) and green grapes have always made me extremely ravenous? I have to eat them right before bed; otherwise, I’ll eat everything in sight within 30-60 minutes of consuming them. This hunger will last all day, and will set me off on binge eating. No other fruits affect me like this. My grown daughter has complained of the same.

  • marianne charbonneau says:

    could you tell me if the purchased package has exactly the same content as the modules we are listening to now, or are the modules longer/contain more information? THX!

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Marianne! The advanced modules are as follows: ‘Advance Course Modules

      Module 1

      Regenerative Nutrition Deep Dive – Heart, Brain, Liver

      Learn about the top specific foods, spices, remedies and practices that enable you to regenerate your heart, brain and liver.

      Module 2

      Regenerative Nutrition Deep Dive – Bone, Skin, Aging

      Learn about the top specific foods, spices, remedies and practices that enable you to regenerate your bone, skin and both decelerate and reverse premature aging.

      Module 3

      Regenerate Diagnosis: Cancer Overdiagnosis, Overtreatment & Alternative Options

      Learn how to avoid a modern medical pitfall all too commonly overlooked in the name of “preventing cancer,” and “saving lives.” Get in depth information into cancer’s true nature, and ways to avoid becoming a cancer statistic due to overdiagnosis and overtreatment. As well as learn common evidence-based alternatives signaled in the biomedical literature.

      Module 4

      Food As Medicine Cooking Presentation

      Chef Tania Melkonian and Sayer Ji present a special series of recipes from the Regenerate RX Menu plan, revealing practical culinary tips, as well as in depth information into the regenerative and healing properties of commonly available food ingredients and spices! ”

      Module 5

      Regenerative Supplements

      An overview on the topic of supplements (do’s and don’ts, pros and cons), as well as specific supplements that Sayer has studied for 20 years, with his top recommendations in each major class of bodily concerns.

      Module 6

      Regenerate: Sayer Style

      Learn what Sayer does daily to generate a regenerative lifestyle. Avoid these common mistakes, and take advantage of these common hacks, to realize (and hopefully exceed!) your health goals.

      Module 7

      Regenerative Fitness with Hamad Shirazi

      You’ll receive a full Regenerative Fitness program and teaching module from Sayer’s own personal coach and fitness adviser, who helped him regenerate his body to peak performance and resolve chronic mobility and back problems.

      More information here: https://regeneratemasterclass.com/order/?idev_id=20024

  • Anne says:

    I can so relate. Ate whatever I wanted before I was aware of the consequences. Probably ate more sugar than I should have.

  • Becky says:

    What is you always had a waist that was only 5 inches smaller than your hips, even when you were all muscle and not fat in high school.

  • Jonathan Pitts says:

    Impressive. Lucid, detailed, articulate and pretty convincing

  • Karen Watt says:

    This module is giving me hope from a life time of obesity.

    • Moderator says:

      So good to hear your feedback Karen! Sayer was overweight himself and has a special interest in helping people to understand the causes and solutions for this. Here is some of the research he has accumulated on the topic: https://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/amazing-healing-properties-fermented-foods

      • Pam says:

        I get violently ill on fermented food, is there a reason why?

        • Carri says:

          Hi Pam — It might be a histamine intolerance, which is a mast cell disorder. I can’t do fermented foods, either, nor anything aged, cured, pickled, not even leftovers, as they’re high in histamines–nothing other than fresh. It started after I got into the fermented food craze, most likely from all the kombucha I was drinking! It could also be SIBO/SIFO or an imbalance in the gut microbiome. Too much fermented food does make some people sick. 4 years later and I’m still suffering with digestive symptoms, but now going to do some serious liver “detoxing”/cleansing to see if that will help.

  • K says:

    Question – do vitamins/ supplements act like the fructose becoming harmful? Thank you for explaining so much in a way easily understood. Sad to hear about BPA and the other alphabets.

  • Eva Jansson says:

    Thanks!
    Question: All those vegetables, do they have to be raw for benefits? Or can they be cooked?

  • nad says:

    Amazing research Sayer Ji!!
    Moderator, I have a technical question though: I purchased the online
    masterclass for $79. It does stated in the web that it includes download/transcripts
    in pdf format, as well as on the confirmation email purchase.
    Nevertheless, when I accessed it in the healthmeans.com website i have no option
    to download the transcripts. How can I correct this? thanks

  • Sally Gill says:

    Sayer,
    I’m loving your Masterclass! Your ability to break down science into understandable concepts is amazing! This is one of the best online series I’ve attended. The information is so helpful! Bravo!
    Sally

    • Tony says:

      I second that!!

    • Daisy says:

      Agreed. Sayer Ji speaks to my mind and to my heart. Kudos to you, your work is excellent and your vibe is great too, Sayer Ji: your path sort of reminds me of my own.

    • Christina says:

      Sally, you took the words right out of my mouth. So impressed and further enlightened from these talks. Sayer Ji helps make everything make sense. Equally one of the best online series I’ve attended, and I attend a lot! Double Bravo from me !!!
      Christina

    • karen says:

      Like Smokey Robinson said, “I second that emotion.” 👍🏽🆒

  • Kim says:

    So well done!

  • Carolyn Akinyemi says:

    I love this course! Thank you so much Sayer. You make everything so clear and understandable. I’m certainly going to buy your book!

  • Hope says:

    Is Stevia extract considered a chemical that raises insulin as well?

  • Stef says:

    Intrigued by the warning of monocotyledonous plants (what a word!) and worried about my daily muesli with oats, rye and wheat flakes I looked them up and found that great foods like bananas, garlic, bamboo etc. are “mono”, too.
    Does it mean that not all of these monos are bad, only grains?

    Anyway, again interesting information, even if I have the opposite problem – I have been at the border to underweight all my life, despite a love for cake with whipped cream (but only without sugar) and good wine!

    • Tony says:

      Monocots for short appear to have more defense phytochemicals. Preparing them the traditional ancestral way tones these down and they don’t become a problem over time.

    • Moderator says:

      Great question Stef! Monocots of concern are those which are consumed in their seed storage form, after dessication, and the re-cooking and sometimes redehydration (cooking), not to mention processing, and in the case of modern agriculture, chemical processing. I believe gluten-containing grains are harmful in most situations. The other foods mentioned, such as bamboo, banana, and garlic, for instance, have hundreds of studies on GreenMedInfo.com demonstrating their value. Check out wheat, on the other hand: 232 signals of harm in the biomedical literature: https://www.greenmedinfo.com/toxic-ingredient/wheat.

      For those with severe weight loss problems, such as cachexia, there are some evidence-based approaches that might be of value for those who are simply trying to put some healthy weight on: https://www.greenmedinfo.com/disease/cachexia

  • Mike says:

    What about corn?I grind up non GMO pop corn and make a cereal out of it.

  • Susan says:

    Been listening and supporting Sayer for years. I’m a bit confused with some of the conflicting info we have on the internet of things. Mastering Diabetes says no oil is healthy for us to not eat it raw nor ever cook with it. Sayer says oil is good for you. Who is correct? I could not gain muscle mass and often wasted away till recently when I stopped eating meat (all grass fed grass finished) stopped using ghee and stopped using oil for cooking and raw on my food. I gained weight! My blood sugar got better! I know the western diet is very harmful and it always seems to boil down to eating a plant based diet in balance just like Mother Nature intended.

    • Rachel says:

      plant Based is good….however meat is abundant in minerals and vitamins and is part of well balanced diet.

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Susan! Thank you for sharing this important story. You are a great example of how/why there is no one-size-fits-all approach, and why one should prioritize experimenting and becoming more intimate with one’s body’s messages and needs, rather than orthorexically subscribing to dogmas — even my own! I’d say that it has a lot to do with your autonomic nervous system and constitution. For some — say, sympathetic dominants (based on the work of my wife Dr. Kelly Brogan, and her mentor, Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez, and his mentor Dr. Kelley), eating less meat and more vegetarian foods — is going to be perfect for balancing out one’s needs and helping one reach optimal weight. For a parasympathetic dominant, the opposite may be true. There are also amazing systems from China and India, for instance, that help us to better understand the bioenergetic individuality and ideal diets in a way that Western thinking has not yet found a way to comprehend. And so, it is great to know that you have found an ideal for YOU! That’s all any of us can hope to do!

      • Susan says:

        Sayer, I totally agree that most use the cookie cutter approach and that never works since all of us, although very similar are not alike/clones, and as individuals we need to find the right foods as well as the amounts to keep us at our healthiest. My story is long and complicated and to tell you the truth I’m thankful to still be alive and beginning to thrive again. Over the past year my intuition has told me to stop eating meat everyday as I was not gaining any muscle tissue and to cut back to maybe 2-4 times a month with the healthiest meat I could buy. I don’t agree with everything from Mastering Diabetes and will use what works for my body. Thank you for all you do Sayer and keep fighting the censorship that is becoming an epidemic in our time. Namaste

  • Bill says:

    Does Stevia(and monk fruit,etc)cause the same cravings and insulin spikes as artificial sweeteners(aspartame, etc)?

    • Moderator says:

      Great question Bill! I addressed this a few comments above, but in short, yes, separating sweetness from caloric content — artificially or naturally — can send a signal to the body to produce more insulin and to crave more carbohydrate. This is not always the case, and much less likely to occur through a natural substance, but is a possible side effect. Good topic you raise!

  • Tony says:

    Sayer, why did ancestral people have relatively mono diets such as the Inca with potatoes and the Maya with corn? Does our microbiome need to specialize at digesting specific foods to nourish us fully?

    • Moderator says:

      Tony – great question and suggestion. I do believe you are correct. That the microbiome can adjust and optimize certain foods nutritionally to provide layers of benefits that otherwise would not be present in the primary food substrate (so-called metabolome byproducts). And so, the microbiome mediates the relationship between a species and its environment, often converting things that are indigestible and even toxic, into beneficial foods. More on this topic in my article: “How The Microbiome Make Us “Supra Human”” https://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/how-microbiome-make-us-supra-human-1

  • Nicole says:

    Thank you for your continued generous healing energy! It has made a huge difference in my health and therefore my life.

    I just pre-ordered your book for Kindle.

  • Michele says:

    Thank you so much Dr Ji for doing this series. As a nurse I’m always trying to figure out how to explain things in an easier way to people so that they can understand what’s going on with their health as well as what they can do about it. You are doing exactly that in this series and I’m so thankful. I’m learning more myself and hope to learn more in the future presentations. Michele Zuidema

  • Bonnie says:

    I’ve watched the 3 modules so far. Excellent information! .
    I have 3 questions. First regarding sweeteners, I use organic, liquid pure stevia
    with no additives. Stevia is a plant, not a chemical. How does Sayer Ji feel
    about stevia.
    Second, how do you get enough curcumin when there is only a small amount
    in turmeric?
    Third, what about oats..I eat whole, organic oats in oatmeal for breakfast about
    3 times a week. Are oats a good choice of food? Thank you.

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Bonnie! Great questions. So, first, stevia is a powerful healing substance and a great alternative to synthetic sweeteners. You can see my database page on the topic here: https://www.greenmedinfo.com/substance/stevia That said, whenever you divorce sweetness from caloric content, naturally or artificially, it may cause the body to secret insulin and feel deprived of the anticipated biologically determined terminus expectation of glucose. This means that stevia can cause cravings in some. That said, it’s orders of magnitude safer than toxic chemicals like sucralose (splenda) which actually produce dioxins when heated: https://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/sucraloses-splenda-harms-vastly-underestimated-baking-releases-dioxin. Second, when it comes to curcumin, there are many ways to take it and get biologically significant quantities. This is a topic that I feel I should address in a future question and answer and will take a note to do so. That said, keep in mind that “less is more,” the best way to take curcumin is in its naturally occurring proportions within whole turmeric. I do believe in forms that are water-soluble, and am developing a form which I plan to release in a few months. But, I also think that you should consume it in traditional culinary applications whenever possible: curry, or turmeric milk (turmeric mixed with coconut milk and heated slightly). Thirdly, I think oats are exceptional grains insofar as unlike other prolamin containing grains (wheat, rye, rice, barley), they have significant intestinal healing and health invigorating properties. They are also excellent nervines, capable of balancing the autonomic nervous system. Learn more about oats on my database on the subject: https://www.greenmedinfo.com/substance/oats. I hope this information helps! Best regards, Sayer

    • Richard says:

      We have tested our organic oats and unfortunately they contain high amounts of glyphosphate now that farmers use it to dry out the plant for easier harvesting.

      • Sayer says:

        GREAT point Richard. I recently reported on this issue, as well: “Non-GMO” Cheerios Oats Still Sprayed With Roundup, Supplier Announces” https://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/non-gmo-cheerios-oats-still-sprayed-roundup-supplier-announces-1

        • Carol B says:

          Are you familiar with healthytraditions.com? Their site states the following about the oats they sell: “Our rolled oats are grown on a single farm in Italy using sustainable and organic methods without any pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers.

          As an added assurance they are also tested for the presence of glyphosate and no trace was found in the batch we tested. We have tested many batches of oats from the U.S., including those that are certified organic, and it has been extremely difficult to find sources with no trace of the herbicide glyphosate present.

          These oats are processed by a small family-run mill in Texas, and are never subjected to any heat processing, and are truly raw. This mill is dedicated to milling only grains that are free from pesticides and herbicides.”

        • Rick says:

          As you know Sayer, it’s difficult if not impossible to find factory food that isn’t destroyed by processing, heat or have unknown contents like “other natural ingredients”.

      • Cj says:

        How can they use glyphosphate to dry it and still label it organic?

        • Bonnie says:

          I believe non GMO doesn’t necessarily mean organic but if it’s organic it does NOT have GMO or they can’t legally label it organic.😉

        • Yogidoc says:

          Good question. One that I asked a young fellow working at Whole Foods in Flagstaff. He was uninformed.

          Gmo is below the ground and IN the plant, organic is above and ON the plant. That is how I think of it. Non-gmo AND organic is the Gold Standard for me.

          • H.A. says:

            Hi there… You might want to go the website of the Organic Consumers Association and GMO Free USA (has lots of peer reviewed articles). Your saying is quippy, yet I think there is a lot more to this topic you might want to know, especially if your body reacts sensitively to “foods”. – All the best!

      • Chris says:

        So sad 🙁 where do you test your oats Richard?
        So disappointed that organic farmers are able to get away with spraying their organic crops with glyphsophtes.

      • Fiona says:

        Richard,
        Is that due to some legal loophole in the definition of organic? I heard that oats were heavily sprayed prior to harvest but did not know that included organic. Very disappointing. 🙁 Thanks, Fiona

  • BEVERLEY says:

    Thanks for all your wonderful information. Very inspiring and makes complete sense.

  • Dinah King says:

    Understanding why we need to eat whole foods will make it easier for me to make the changes I need to make. It will also benefit my family as well.

  • CarmenK says:

    Hello Sayer Ji, I’ve been completely enjoying your talks every morning!! I’m learning so much. Thank you so much.

  • Lynda says:

    Very empowering, looking forward to learning more. Thank you.

  • Maryanne says:

    is this information in the book? i can’t find the table of contents or index for the book to know what all is contained in it? thanks

  • Eva Stohr says:

    Very well done, thank you so much Sayer!!! I am 5 yers on Wheat Belly diet and You give me more information…

  • CarmenK says:

    Technical problems with masterclass 3 but it’s worth waiting!

  • Denise says:

    Hello Sayer: Regarding yesterday’s episode and LDL, you mention something about LDL not being “bad” but if it’s in an oxidative manner, then it is. How would I know if my LDL (which is around 135), is oxidative? Is it through a blood test? Is there wording on blood tests that I should look for to know if it’s oxidative?

    I’m not on any cholesterol drug and have been trying to stay off of them and hoping my husband at some point will agree to get off of them.

    Thank you.

  • Dan Grimes says:

    I heard that fruits and vegetables that have skin like apples have poison toxins in the skin for protection to deter insects from eating them. Is this true? If so, are these toxins harmful to humans when we eat the skins? That is, do these poisonous toxins cause inflammation in our body? Thank you for you response. Dan

  • Shannon Schreur says:

    Thank you Sayer Ji for your Regenerate series! I have studied good nutrition for years but never quite stayed on the healthy eating path. I have issues with abdominal fat and this series has renewed my desire in eating whole foods and totally believe (know) that good food can prevent and reverse dis-ease! Thanks again!!!

  • Genevieve Hibbs says:

    ‘Non-fatty liver diease’ — should that read – ‘Non alcoholic fatty liver diease’?

  • Elena says:

    Hi Sayer – your knowledge is so incredibly impressive.
    May I request a list of “good” grains and other foods that supplement the veggies?

  • Zanna says:

    I am a spiritual teacher.The information rings true with me and I feel so passionate about sayers work. Im a qualified naturopath and have read and studied many books, but these masterclasses include new concepts and are so clear and informative! So Ive just pre-ordered the regenerate book!

  • Robin Liberatore says:

    Sayer, I just ordered your book! Your childhood asthma and the treatments used is exactly what I was prescribed! I was given so many antibiotics and steroids over the last 50 years of my life that I now have Hashimotos and RA, not to mention metabolic syndrome! I know that food has a major impact because when I fast for 7 days, my symptoms subside. I have been eating organic, no sugar, no gluten and no dairy and distilled water, replaced all my cleaners with natural products with essential oils but I still have Systemic Chronic Inflammation. I have also been exposed to mold and Lyme. Not even sure where to start. I am ordering your modules because I know that you have done enormous truth seeking, as have I, but there is a difference in those that know the path and those who have traveled the path! Many thanks for your continued tireless work on Green Med Info and all the other educational informational videos etc. You are a bright light on a dark path!

  • 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?

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    • Nona says:

      You have serious challenges but they’re not TOTALLY insurmountable.

      For various reasons, I’ve had periods when I couldn’t fully chew. I could chew just a little and what I did was do that small amount of chewing — and believe me, it was a small amount — and then mash the food around IN MY MOUTH against the roof. It took a lot longer than normal chewing does (or would) but it did make it possible for me to get the benefits of the mouth enzymes breaking down the foods.

      Surprisingly, this practice helped to make eating reasonably satisfying AND helped me to eat judiciously. Since there was a lot of work involved in “chewing” and eating, I was fussy about what I put in my mouth. I didn’t want to waste energy eating something that didn’t contribute to health, something I would have done happily and freely had I been able to chew normally.

      I hope this helps.

      • L says:

        Hi Nona, thankyou very much for taking the time to reply. It’s really appreciated and this sounds like an interesting practice. I can see it probably helps strengthen the gums whilst also getting those enzymes working. I have had a lot of digestive issues and I am sure they have been exacerbated because I haven’t been able to produce enough of the enzymes right at the start of the digestive process through chewing.

    • Anne Gottier says:

      I think you could chop it really fine, maybe even smush it with the flat edge of the knife. When we make cider we grind raw apples in a press and the ground apples are almost as delicious as the cider. BTW you can just put the whole apple in a blender, strain it – & enjoy one apple.so sorry for your teeth situation, that must be a difficult challenge.

      • L says:

        Hi Anne Thankyou also for taking the time to reply. I really appreciate it. These sound like great ideas to try. I think I’ll also try it in a pestle and mortar thanks to the cider making inspiration here!

    • Susie says:

      I hope you can contact Marjorie at GrowNetwork, in Austin, Texas. I bought a DVD seminar on dental issues from her- By Doug Simons. Excellent, so many “old” herbal solutions. I buy a VERY SPECIFIC type of horsetail (??hyemail?) from Doug that he grows and processes. Marjorie grows it – easy to grow in warm climate, maybe indoors with special light bulb.
      I can’t find it from anyone else except 1 guy who gets it from Australia. Better than nothing but not as good as Doug’s. It’s awesome to literally regrow enamel and can see it strengthen teeth in short time. also 2nd try these toothpastes: Uncle Harry’s Natural & Fluoride-free Remineralizing Toothpaste – Freshens Breath & Strengthens Enamel $11 & Uncle Harry’s remineralizing drops- & Moringa Mineral Rich Fluoride Free Toothpaste 2 oz about$14 But diet is essential. See Cure Tooth Decay- Ramel Nagel. Excellent on diet- oats are a big no no for teeth. Phytic (sp?) acid tells your body not to remineralize. He has a whole chart on foods and physic acid amounts. May God guide you in your research and decisions.

      • Fiona Perry says:

        Hi Susie,
        I’ve also watched Marjorie’s Alternative to Dentists. I live in Australia. Where do you get the horsetail here?
        Fiona

    • Ruth says:

      You can get your mouth enzymes working by salivating under your tongue. For some, flicking your tongue against the bottom palate can help. Perhaps you can also try smelling something that might make your mouth “water”. Good luck!

  • Eric Dunn says:

    You are a generous genius. A gift to the world. Thank you!

  • Gosh says:

    Thanks again master
    In my travelling life and certainly at home i try to eat organic
    Now I have my own organic garden and enjoying it
    I am 69 and in top shape
    Also because of yoga and chi kung
    I know how hard it is to ask people to give up on say artificial sweeteners
    Congratulations for making it so clear

  • Sandi says:

    Again, thank you for all you do, for all of us.

  • Jacqueline says:

    Very inspiring module; it makes perfect sense. I am going to eat apples only this weekend. Thank you so much Sayer Ji! Jacqueline

  • Maia says:

    Love your class but confused by food combinations in the recipes that seem to invite glycation, & too many ingredients I do not tolerate. Looking forward to your book.

  • Camille says:

    Thank you so much for everything that you are putting out there. It’s amazing !

    About shifting white fat to brown fat, are you familiar with France Guillain’s work ? I believe her method is known as D-CoolinWay (Bain dérivatif in french) This technique changed my life : it helped me get rid of my acne without any medication (+ liver detox, sauna, and dietary changes)

    Just thought you could use this
    MERCI 🙂

  • Tamra Brown says:

    Told that bone broth and stock are good for you, so the high free glutamate levels in those are safe and not excitoxic?

    • Moderator says:

      Tamra – bone broth has great benefits. In some, especially those with blood-brain-barrier permeability issues (such as those with MS), free glutamate in any form will be best avoided. Of course, everyone is different. You just need to find what works for you!

  • Marlene says:

    I’m enjoying the class. Could you tell me the name of the green vegetable on the heading of every module? I know it was discussed in module 1. I bought one and want to look up how to cook it. Thank you!

  • Ariel says:

    Totally glorious information and so lovingly imparted. Everything you have said verifies the many “hunches” I’ve had for many years about the unlimited capacities of our bodies to renew themselves. Thank you and bless you with all my heart!

  • aracely says:

    Wow, this is indeed revolutionary! The secret to a healthier life is to go bak to the basics.
    It is rather bad news that in our search for innovation and improvement, we
    as a species have managed to do just the opposite.
    thank you so much for doing this Masterclass.

  • sharon says:

    Excellent webinar. Sayer is so knowledgable and explains information in a way that lay people can understand. Looking forward to the rest of the topics.Thank you.

  • Carla says:

    What is the ideal waist to hip ratio for good health

  • Carole Schneider says:

    BRILLIANT and now I am used to your terminology smiling all the way through taking notes and so enjoying the way “you break down science into understandable concepts” said below by Sally Gill – THANK YOU <3

  • Adelina La Scaleia says:

    Hi Sayer Ji.Thank you very much for all this amazing information.I think that there is hope. I also would like to ask if my constant belly bloating is because of toxins in my body. I am Italian, I do not eat pasta though, but bread but at least twice a week, bread made from ancestral grains and souer dough!I exercise, I go in the sun at least 1 to 2 hours per day.I eat olive oils and all the healthy fats you mentioned…But the bloating is still there…Thanks a lot

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings! My primary recommendation is to remove cow’s milk products and all gluten-containing grains (even that wonderful and delicious sourdough!) for two weeks or longer, and see how you feel. If/when you reintroduce these foods, you’ll like notice a response similar to when you first at them, but forgot long ago about. I would also consider adding organic papaya to your diet. It is one of the best digestives on the planet, and interestingly has the enzyme required to split both the gluten and casein molecule effectively. It may very well help with your bloating!

      • Suz says:

        Can the papaya be dried or does it need to be fresh?

      • Merilisa says:

        Absolutely !! Papaya –
        Just about my favorite part of the papaya [ besides the flesh being refreshingly delicious ] are the seeds which most people throw out. They are like pepper corns and will put them in my salad dressings and smoothies & eat a spoonful when I have a stomach ache . Hawaiian yellow-orange papayas are , I find , the most delicious . Maridol papayas from the Caribbean or Mexico are { so I’ve been told } most likely genetically modified .

    • Barbara says:

      Hello Adelina, I found out that the liver cannot properly digest even the good oils if it isn’t working properly, and also causes bloating. I did a cleanse (The Smoothie Girl cleanse) and it (finally) got rid of the bloating. But I have to be careful what foods I eat together.
      Good luck

  • ronald ada says:

    L-glutamlne…..is there a healthy side? as an amino acid that helps make glutathione in the liver?

  • joanne says:

    thank you so much. I am listening more than once. Joanne

  • Rick says:

    Being familiar with wonderful work of Sayer Ji and his website GreenMedInfo, along with being on a personal study for years now, I knew this series would be good and haven’t been disappointed.

    The overwhelming majority of people watching this series already know we are what we eat. However, the profound concept of ‘food as information’ is blowing my mind and is opening up a whole new avenue of thought about the “new biology” in pursuit of optimal health!

    Looking forward to the printing and shipment of the good old fashioned hard cover book, along with all the other online resources.

  • Maria says:

    I’m enjoying this Master Class, nobody has ever explain the Metabolic syndrome like you did, I finally understand what it is and what to do, thank you!

  • Mary Salegui says:

    Huge fan of all the research you’ve done. Thank you!

  • Barbara says:

    Thank you so much for this wonderful and uplifting series. A group I chair, Healthy Living, calls me the webinar queen and I usually pick and choose what/who I decide to listen to. I do not want to miss one session of Regenerate. Whole Foods had organic romanesco cauliflower on special when I shopped yesterday. I have always ignored it but after watching the first day, I decided to buy one. I love it! I’m very careful about what I eat, make my own bread, etc. My husband and I decided about a month ago to share a big apple every afternoon. A trip to the doctor for a checkup yesterday confirmed that I have managed to get my blood sugar back to a normal level after being diagnosed prediabetic in May. You are helping me feel like I am on the right path and am anxious to learn more. I will definitely be ordering your book.

  • Sylvia says:

    Wow, Sayer – thank you so much for these Masterclasses. The information is absolutely fascinating and makes pure sense (even though I’m not scientifically minded, I understand what you say)! You communicate in such an engaging manner and I’m transfixed throughout. I will definitely be buying your book and putting as much as I can into action! With gratitude, love and light, Sylvia.

  • Elaine says:

    Sayer Ji does your book cover most of the topics of the masterclass?
    Thank you, Elaine

  • Mary K B says:

    Thank you SO much. You are truly a gift to us. I appreciate all that you have done and are doing to bring us this eye opening precious information. Many blessings to you.

  • Nancy Lamb says:

    Sayer,
    I am enjoying your Masterclass and the way you are presenting all of the information. Gratefully yours, Nancy

  • nancy says:

    Wow, you are providing so much information in an understandable way. These classes are really enlightening and I plan on incorporating this new knowledge into my life! Thank you so much!

  • Pamela Collard says:

    Another brilliant module packed with information in an easy to absorb presentation ~ really enjoying this masterclass!!

  • Linnea says:

    Great, thorough explanations. Thank you.

  • Does the sweet taste of Stevia (a non-artificial) sweetener also lead to more insulin release and more hunger? Can Stevia be heated without creating toxins?

  • Lynda says:

    Loving this podcast!

  • Christine Jefferson says:

    OMG, really enjoying this talk, must check out the others. Simple to understand and I love your ability to not only teach but to provide resources for our own investigation! Thank you!

  • Maria says:

    What a great way of explaining things that are difficult to understand. You leave us with a great sense of possibility to change for the better. Thank you

  • Mahnaz says:

    Thank you Sayer for the amazing master class and all of your info, research, knowledge and sharing it with the public! God bless you!

  • vasilikee says:

    I’m confused about isolated fructose…is honey or maple syrup included in that list?

  • jeff says:

    One thing I tell people is if they are going to lose weight, never do it without getting on a detox and binding program as you can free up a tremendous amount of toxins and they will go into circulation. You can really whack yourself if you do not — it is like killing a tumor(one of if not thee most toxic things in your body) as Gearson actually had patients die from this before his use of coffee enemas. I just think it needs to be cautioned when talking weight loss (personal experience and I was not “fat” by any stretch of the imagination, however I was incredibly heavy metal toxic. Please let me know if you agree as I would appreciate your thought on this.

    Do you cover any muscle testing and radionics on your site? It would be a fascinating topic to cover. Have you read the book “The Secret Life of Plants”? Amazing they have verified a plant in Africa that produces a defensive chemical only when an animal that eats them is near. Radionics is frequency based-a practitioner rec blood from a woman 50 miles away and in the negative (uses a polaroid as need a pos and neg) from the blood there was an image of her 3 month old in uterine. The energy pattern of the baby was in the blood. As you know this is Quantum physics-and light speed is not the top speed at which information at least can travel.

    Well done presentation in all respects and your work is among best/most important.

  • Joyce says:

    I use stevia and saw your comments on that below. What do you say about erythritol and zylitol?

  • Luke says:

    Hi! does isolated protein such as that from rice and yellow peas also act like a chemical as well as a nutrient? or is that more specifically for fructose…?

    • Sayer says:

      Great question Luke! I’ve been wary of pea protein isolate for this reason. The protein component of plants includes certain lectins which may cause some challenges. Lectins are not all bad — in fact, there are quite a few which are highly therapeutic. And so, its all about context. But, generally speaking, the more processed and isolated (even from a great organic source), the more it behaves like a chemical and less like a nutrient. One way to understand this is that like ‘a text without a text is a pretext,’ a nutrient taken from the whole food complex within which it is naturally found, has lost much of its informational benefit/meaning. It becomes an “abstraction,” if you well. And all meaning, including in biosemiotics (something my father Sungchul Ji has spent his life researching and teaching on), is context dependent. I hope that helps! Here’s more great content on the topic by my friend and colleague Vic Shayne, PhD: https://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/our-universe-thrives-integrated-whole-why-should-our-food-be-any-different

  • janet meah says:

    Excellent information clearly explained about what is going on out there. It is so hard to snap people out of their habit -addiction -lifestyles, as outlined by Sayer here. I hear people concerned with health and losing weight talking about avocados being too fattening. I comment on that and told but look at you, ok for you, you don’t need to worry, yes Exactly, but I did once.

  • Luke says:

    I meant act as a chemical instead of a nutrient, sorry;)

  • Yogidoc says:

    Listened to Module 3 twice, back to back, that’s how good this is!!!

    I have been a Certified Traditional Naturopath for 14 years, and in that time have learned a great deal from books, lectures, workshops, clients, and more. This Masterclass excites me because it is bringing together all my years of training/learning/teaching in one place.

    Sayer Ji has en excellent and appealing demeanor that respects and holds the attention of the listener.

    Thank you! 🙏🏽

  • Karen says:

    Great info. Note that the closed caption feature for today’s episode (Module 3) is malfunctioning.

  • Rod says:

    Beautiful explained. I’m loving it. Thank you so much for your service. You already saved my life once.

  • Beatrice says:

    Thank you so much !

  • Suzette Crees says:

    This class is amazing! The presentation is one of the best I have seen. You present the information in a very understandable way and it is not too long. Thank you for sharing this important information.

  • Laura says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your program with us!!! I am thoroughly enjoying the daily modules! Although I am unable to purchase the program this year, I hope to purchase it next time around, as this is just what I need!!
    Also, I love that each video is not too, too long. I am able to concentrate without getting tired. So grateful, Sayer Ji!!

  • Cesar says:

    I am surprise and impress. I have been following “GreenMedInfo”
    already for 8 o 9 years and I did not know that Mr. Sayer was that
    good.

  • Very nicely explained thank you so much for this info.

  • Very nicely explained thankyou for the info.

  • GrannyD says:

    Hi Sayer Ji,
    I have listened to you many times in other seminars.
    You had mentioned a special Company where I can Purchase the Book.
    Please let me know the name.
    I live in Ontario, Canada
    Thank You

  • Rosalie Scott says:

    Sayer, You are so motivating. Your ability to remember such in depth facts covering the scientific, spiritual and physical make-up of food, nutrition and well-being. Thank you sincerely for your Summit. Regards Rosalie.

  • Katie says:

    Amazing, informative, spot-on! Information I can actually use, presented in a logical, easy-to-understand format. This class is the true optimal “food source”, in that I eat up every word!! Many thanks!

  • Bethanie says:

    After the first two talks I thought how could it get better than that? This one is even better yet. Packed with fascinating food and body and mind info. So much appreciation to you for your amazing work and presentation, Sayer Ji.

  • Linda Bumpas says:

    I’d really like to get your book but I’m on a low income. Is there away to get a discount?

  • Hana says:

    while I am loving Sayer’s chats in many aspects, the free gift download seems to not work, thought to mention, don’t know if anyone else is having this issue..

  • Paula Paine says:

    I’m going to be 70 this year and I have, for as long as I can remember, thought of food as medicine. I think this concept was born in me as a result of reading a book called Eat Right To Keep Fit by Adele Davis. I was a teen when I read it. Now, so many years later, you are introducing me to the notion of food as INFORMATION. This is so exciting. Trust me, I have had my health issues and I have recently come to the conclusion that the issues started with mercury fillings that put me on a downward spiral. With the help of leaders and teachers like you, Sayer Ji, I will never stop my personal journey of trying to achieve optimal health at every stage of my life. I’m in the ‘sage’ stage of my life now and what you are teaching I will disseminate to those in my life who are willing to listen. Thank you so very much for your passion and integrity in research and information sharing!

  • joan says:

    another excellent and helpful talk! Sayer Ji does an amazing job in presenting info and research in an easy to understand way. I’m loving this series!!

  • Niels Gudme says:

    Truly awesome and highly inspiring. Can’t wait for the next classes and to read the book. It’s the motivation I was waiting for to shift to a more coherent and fair eating pattern.

  • Cynthia says:

    Love it Sayer! Very succinct presentation of complex information. You’re doing a good job of staying on point and not going off on a tangent.

  • Jane says:

    Wow, the second and third parts have been eye opening. With Alzheimers in my family I can see how we can change and regenerate the brain. Also as obesity creeps into our lives, what is most important to our lives. Thank you for this series. I have found it enlightening and very informational.

  • Hannah says:

    Thank you! Great information.
    1. What do you think about Keto diet?
    2. My 14 year old twins are both obese. One with a fatty liver. I was told by my Naturapath that fruits should be consumed minimally because they have fructose in them. What is your opinion?
    3. How to deal with picky / selective eating?

  • Maureen says:

    A standing ovation is called for! Thank you, Sayer Ji! I can only hope that your research will lead to more thoughtful production of food in the US. I am looking forward to every lecture in this series!

  • Darojka says:

    Hi Sayer! I have a question. Is stevia bad for you? I have the pure, organic, green powder stevia. Will it cause my body to make insulin just because it tastes sweet? Thanks for this very informative, well-explained masterclass! You’re awesome! 😊

  • Bill says:

    Does the whole food diet include eggs? It looks like there are eggs in the picture he presents.

  • Steve says:

    Sayer said you could probably spray MSG on roadkill and you probably couldn’t eat enough of it. HMMM, is that why america is hooked on McDonalds, taco bell, wendys, burger king, white castle, and every other fast food restaurant? I don’t know about you but I would tend to think roadkill may be the healthier choice. As for me and my house we have eaten organic real food since before organic was the new fad. Have not eaten at McDonalds for over 10 years either. Gee, maybe that’s why I made it to 63 without any doctors help.

  • Philip Duryea says:

    Thank you Sayer. The information you provide empowers people to take control of their health. You put very complicated science in easy to understand terms; so enlightening. Thank you for all the research you do!!

  • Patricia says:

    Enjoying the masterclass immensely!!! Such wonderful information that just totally makes sense. Wondering why the download doesn’t seem to be working for the “Rejuvenate your Body”. Would there be another way I could access?

  • pam free says:

    Yesss! This one was very well expressed. I’m giving up right now after 15 years of being type 1.5. I have eaten healthy for a long time but did fall off the wagon sometimes and I was mentally relying on the insulin to be my collaborator. I am eating more consciously now and this is just what i needed to hear. Thank you!

  • Robin says:

    Thank you so much!!

  • Pieta says:

    Wow, thank you so much, once again, Sayer Ji.

    Day Three, and with each module, better listened to, a number of times. The context and content make, this possible. Having done this, each day. The information is clearly, and intelligently explained, allowing the understanding, of why. Once the why is known, and better understood, the rest becomes much easier.

    This was a very packed module, revisiting this, has allowed better appreciation, of these healing processes. Thank you. Love the ‘food is information’, and best to garner this, for healing, as well, as the ongoing maintenance.To understand the metabolic processes, in this detail, is quite wonderful.

    Thank you also, in the replies Given, to specific questions asked here, the links to articles on GreenMedInfo, seems less daunting, to tackle. That, in itself has been, very helpful. Congratulations again, this has been an exciting series, to take part in. The detail is well explained, finally to appreciate, how the body, can heal itself. Bringing in the spiritual component, in such ways, as to meaningful, in the day to day, is alchemical, in itself. Well done, this is a masterful series, as many here, have been saying.

    Thank you once more, take care…🌺

    • Sayer says:

      Pieta – your feedback is so greatly appreciated and warmly received. It’s deeply encouraging to know that the work is having this effect. Kind regards, Sayer Ji

  • lu says:

    Please report if you do the apple experiment!

  • Harold Holguin says:

    My goodness, how beautiful, what a tremendous amount of valuable information.
    Thank you
    Har

  • Anne Gottier says:

    I think you are amazing in your way of communicating this information in such an easily understandable way. Your an incredible teacher. Thank you! I am learning so much.
    My question: I have recently been diagnosed with SIBO. My Dr. recommended the FODMAP diet. Apples are not allowed. We have apple trees so that was a disappointment. Now with your recommendation to eat apples, I’m torn. I think that will be my next food to test. I’m wondering if you will be addressing SIBO and what your thoughts on the FODMAP elimination diet is. I feel so lost about what to eat.
    I eat organic, whole food, I garden, eat many herbs, small amounts of organic meat. Lots of sardines as I have Osteoporosis & don’t tolerate milk well. I don’t have White sugar,(do occasionally have honey &/or maple syrup as sweeteners & dark 85- 92% chocolate), and am pretty much gluten free. Have done so for many years now. any thoughts or help would be much appreciated.Thanx in advance.

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Anne! I would say that FODMAPs can have amazing effects for some individuals, and yet, if it were me, I would make an exception for a common apple (assuming one is eating it when truly hungry, and you are assured to maximize your digestion and absorption of the food). The carbohydrates that are of concern in FODMAPs may become less so, over time, when the microbiome of the food (the apple in this case) begins to alter yours — all the more reason to only consume organic, where the microbiome is naturally optimized for mammalian digestion. The goal, of course, is not to eat apples as we would other “3 square meals a day” — which is to say, mindlessly and excessively, in most cases. It’s actually not about eating for pleasure, in this case (though it can be sublimely pleasurable to eat a raw apple when hungry), but rather, to clear the digestive experience and simplify one’s life. Take one day, and skip a meal and instead eat an apple. If you like, do it all day long, and then resume your normal diet the next day. This is a way to “take a fast” without really depriving yourself, or causing your body’s eliminative functions to shut down. As far as “having osteoporosis,” please make sure you confirm that you are not referring to the T-score based definition, which inappropriately compares the bone density of older individuals to a young adult at peak bone mass. https://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/osteoporosis-myth-dangers-high-bone-mineral-density You’d be surprised to learn that there are actually benefits to low bone mineral density (reduced cancer mortality), which I discuss in my advanced module on Bone, Aging, and Skin. We also have the upcoming fitness module with Coach Shirazi, wherein we show you the most important factors to fracture risk: gait/vision/neurological, all which can be improved via simple bodily practices we call Regenerative Fitness. I hope this information helps!

  • Joanne Taylor says:

    Thank you sooo much…again another comprehensive and palatable explanation of how and why we can. and should be our own “Chief Dr. ” in our health and wellnes journeys.

  • Lisa Tener says:

    Thank you.

  • Melyssa H says:

    I have been taking detailed notes for 3 days, thank you so much! One question. Can you direct me to more info on what you mean by “quantum vacuum”? Thanks again!

    • Sayer says:

      From REGENERATE, Chapter 3: “In the New Biophysics, space is described as the quantum vacuum,
      unlike its more passive precursor of classical physics, where
      it is visualized as an empty and invisible container for physical
      things. The quantum vacuum is not a void but is instead teeming
      with zero-point energy, that is, the vibrational energy at baseline
      or ground state that remains present even when the system
      being observed from a classical perspective is at absolute zero and
      appears completely empty and motionless. In quantum field theory,
      estimates of the vacuum energy density within “empty space”
      range from infinity to the mass density of about 1096 kilograms
      per cubic meter (that’s a 10 with 96 zeros behind it!), which in
      practical terms is infinite. This is the reason American physicist
      Richard Feynman remarked that “one teacup of empty space contains
      enough energy to boil all the world’s oceans.” Similarly, Swiss
      physicist Nassim Haramein predicts that the zero-point vacuum
      energy contained within the volume of a single proton is equal to
      the mass of all protons in the observable universe.
      Within this understanding of empty space, matter (in the form
      of virtual particles) is constantly popping in and out of existence
      within the quantum vacuum, similar to a foam coalescing and
      disappearing at the bottom of an immense waterfall of energy The version of reality described by quantum field theory physics
      seemingly violates basic laws of thermodynamics, with its conservation
      of energy and matter, and completely contradicts the
      classic Newtonian, macroscopic experience of space and objects
      within which we live. Yet it is the best explanation for how forces
      and particles behave, with a wide range of modern technologies
      like laser systems, MRIs, and semiconductor devices owing their
      existence to it.
      So, how does this relate to the New Biology? If quantum field
      theory is accurate, and a practically infinite source of energy is
      available to biological systems at any point in space, everything
      we have learned about how the cell works and what our bodies
      need to survive would need to be revised. Indeed, an entirely new
      field called quantum biology has sprung up in order to understand
      how these discoveries at the level of the quantum of action
      affect biological systems, from the most basic molecular building
      blocks of the cell all the way up to human physiology and the origin
      and nature of consciousness itself. A concrete example of a biological system that harnesses
      energy from the quantum vacuum can be found in the wallcrawling
      gecko lizard, which can hang from ceilings and scale
      smooth surfaces like glass, seemingly boldly defying basic physical
      laws of gravity.
      In quantum physics, there is a phenomenon known as
      the Casimir effect.50 By placing two uncharged metallic plates
      extremely close together (a few micrometers apart), without any
      external electromagnetic field present, the quantum vacuum
      energy draws the plates together from the wide range of electromagnetic
      frequencies in the energy density of the vacuum of
      space. The longer wavelengths are excluded from within the small
      opening between the plates, hence pushing the plates together
      from the outside in, proving the vacuum is full of “real” energy
      and can affect the objects in “real space.” The gecko, it turns out, has extremely small Casimir-like
      plate structures at the end of its bulbous feet in the form of millions
      of microscopic hairs. When applied to a flat surface, these
      hairs harness the Casimir effect to help keep the gecko stuck to
      the wall. While there are other proposed contributing factors,
      such as electrostatic effects, the Casimir effect is believed to be
      a primary cause. The unusual, quantum-mechanical origin of the gecko’s superpower
      even makes sense from a conventionally minded evolutionary
      perspective. Should we really be surprised that after billions
      of years of trial and error, where even the slightest advantage has
      life-and-death consequences, living things would eschew a quantum
      free lunch? Indeed, the Casimir effect and other zero-point
      energy–harnessing processes are operative at the most fundamental
      building blocks of our biological architecture.” We hope that helps!

  • Christine says:

    Excellent information, easy to understand and follow your suggestion.
    Thank you so much.

  • Thrilled to continue working
    On ‘Regenerate…’ episodes

  • Jill says:

    Thank you, again, for another wonderfully informative and so well presented segment…I’m loving this series!

  • Maureen Cleveland says:

    I would like to try this one weekend mono diet, but does it have to be done with apples? My teeth are in such bad shape that it’s hard to eat apples – takes me about an hour to eat one and it hurts my mouth (I know I need them pulled and get dentures, but just can’t afford it). So can you use any other food?

    • L says:

      Maureen, I have teeth and gum issues too due to dental problems and posted about this very issue of problems with eating apples. If you scroll down to my post yesterday, you will see replies from Nona and Anne Gottier, which might help you too.

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Maureen! I copied my response from above: No, it definitely does not have to be an apple. In fact, I suggest trying any raw fruit or vegetable (celery? avocado? papaya?) that resonates with you. In fact, you could also try the mono-diet of raw foods to start, for one day. To start to get a sense for what it feels like to only have living foods in your body. But, be careful not to eat too much. There will be a microbial adjustment phase, and there are significant plant anti-nutrients, if you will, which may present some mild gastrointestinal complaints. But that is why portion size is key. The key is actually not to eat a lot. It’s to provide an alternative to straight water fasting. To truly appreciate, meditatively, sensually the raw things you are eating, in light of what you now know about food-as-information and the truly positive intentions that flow between the animal and vegetable kingdoms of life, as our fates always have been, and always will be linked. I hope that helps!

  • Jessica says:

    How long do we leave the pineapple in the jar before we do what with it?

  • Hi everyone, I keep on ‘pinching myself’ thinking
    I must be in a powerful amazing dream, what I have always wanted to learn/practice/share/develop
    Grateful! YES !!!

  • Laura says:

    I could listen all day to your talks. thanks so much for helping us connect to the miracle that we are.

  • Lynne says:

    I am so loving your masterclass – it is simple to understand and not too long. I have limited time and love how you have packed so much into your sessions. Have preordered the book, can’t wait to get my hands on it. Thanks heaps.

  • Dave says:

    EDIT: If all “doctors” were like you big pharma would lose a ton load in profit and humanity would GAIN a ton load in health and well-being.

    important typo, unable to delete previous comment

  • Hana says:

    these are such great lectures! Such salient information, rarely all put together in one place, awesome!

  • Jyoti says:

    Very informative and well said Sayer Ji. Loved the flow and so easy to understand.

  • Theresa says:

    WOW. Sayer is a genius..I have listens to all of the experts. They do not even come close to Sayers level of knowledge and intelligence.

  • Elaine says:

    I am so grateful to have found this course! The material and presentation is amazing! So powerful! Thank you! 🙏

  • Jimmy Neal says:

    Wow. Brilliant as usual but somehow full of simple-to-understand information. This series is many things-lectures, warnings, guidelines-but at it’s core, a call to detoxify, simplify, gain control and live. Many thanks, Sayer Ji. Looking forward to tomorrow’s class and release of the book. Jimmy

  • Priyanka says:

    Hi from India Sayer, i listen to a lot of presentations but yours truly are the next level. I love your articulation and generosity of information. Stay blessed.

  • Sophia Snyder says:

    thanks so looking forward to hear more good stuff

  • Deb R says:

    Such an informative class. Easy to understand and follow. Thank you for
    all of your research and expertise…

  • Liz says:

    Love everything about this Masterclass, the length, the information, the notes, and the delivery. I’ve watched a ton of these webinars and masterclasses but this is definitely one of the best and most comprehensive. Thank you Sayer Ji!

  • Hana Lanin says:

    I can’t help it I have to blurt more! How respectful and optimistic about his audience is Sayer to present to us at this level, very gracious. He raises us up, hope many of us step up or are encouraged to stay the path, great group healing!

  • Sylvia says:

    I loved Sayerji’s very informative and interesting and potentially life-changing seminar!! I have been following the GreenMedInfo website for quite a few years now as a Friend member. The emails I receive from this source are my top priority emails! I appreciate all the time, effort and passion of the writer/writers. I am waiting with great anticipation for my book to arrive ‘Regenerate’. Thanks Sayerji.

  • Maxi says:

    Thank you for making great info available

  • Sybil says:

    I would like to know why you don’t address the oxalate and lectin issues in our foods that we’ve been known to be toxic to our body.

  • Vijaya Mackrandilal says:

    Thank you so much. All of the information is very useful and presented in a simple and convincing way.

  • Carole Schneider says:

    Sayer Ji you are the first ever to explain simply to me the HEALTH reasons to remove BELLY FAT so now I can repeat to all my friends word-for-word ! Same about INSULIN as I could never get my head around blood sugar up-down etc, also about ISOLATED FRUCTOSE. Yes we all know the reasons for that confusion from Industry (this also goes for pet food!) THANK YOU so much I have listened TWICE to this module and shared everywhere – GRATITUDE and LOVE

  • Ruth says:

    I’m wondering if the sweet potato chips made with coconut oil that say they contain fiber are really BAD NEWS despite the “healthy oil” and fiber content? I don’t always want to snack on carrots. Sayer, what would you say?

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Ruth! Relative to conventional “junk food,” sweet potato chips made with coconut is a quantum leap in the right direction. That said, heating oils — even coconut oil, which is ideal for cooking applications due to its saturation — is definitely not part of the ancient ancestral template (at least not in large amounts, meaning more than a handful or two of chips every once in a while). Consider, also, if you prepare it yourself (who’s really going to do that?), you’d be eating them fresh, but most of these products are designed to sit on the shelf for at least six months. Time, heat, light, humidity, etc., will almost always compromise food quality/information. And so, best to bake a sweet potato, and use real butter or fresh coconut oil, and enjoy the treat that way!

  • Jonessa says:

    Sayer, thank you so much for this masterclass! I have learned so much already and am feeling empowered about my own health journey. Our bodies are intricately and intelligently designed, and are so much more amazing than we have been lead to believe. Thank you also for making the videos accessible for those of us who don’t have a lot of spare time – they are just the right length.

  • Dave says:

    If all “doctors” were like you big pharma would lose a ton load in profit and humanity a ton load in health and well-being.

  • Chris says:

    Thank you Sayer Ji for all the heart you put into your work, along with such life giving information!

  • Ersilia says:

    Thank you so much for putting this out in the world!

    Does it have to be apple? I cannot have apples, I’m intolerant to fructose, wheat/cereal and dairy, allergic to crustaceans and most meds. Most recently I started getting asthmatic reaction to my antihistamine! I also know many people with similar limitations.

    What would be a good replacement food for the monodiet? I think I could do watermelon if not too sweet – what would you suggest?

    Many thanks, again

    Ersilia

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Ersilia! No, it definitely does not have to be an apple. In fact, I suggest trying any raw fruit or vegetable (celery? avocado? papaya?) that resonates with you. In fact, you could also try the mono-diet of raw foods to start, for one day. To start to get a sense for what it feels like to only have living foods in your body. But, be careful not to eat too much. There will be a microbial adjustment phase, and there are significant plant anti-nutrients, if you will, which may present some mild gastrointestinal complaints. But that is why portion size is key. The key is actually not to eat a lot. It’s to provide an alternative to straight water fasting. To truly appreciate, meditatively, sensually the raw things you are eating, in light of what you now know about food-as-information and the truly positive intentions that flow between the animal and vegetable kingdoms of life, as our fates always have been, and always will be linked. I hope that helps!

  • maney says:

    thank you for sharing such valuable information. God Bless!

  • Linda.Bencze says:

    I learned a lot it really makes sense ,excellent information will order &when I eat a apple I will know what it is doing to my body .Thank you .

  • Njideka says:

    You are just great!
    Loving it, kudos

  • Many thanks for such a complete and comprehensive guide to complete regeneration and true health. These talks help people realise their innate power and regain control of their health and lives.

  • Fiona Perry says:

    Your ease and eloquence, blending the medical complexity with the mainstream speak of the average person, targets all. Gobsmackingly optimistic, erudite and inclusive with every micro skerrick of your sentences containing a wealth of practical tips. Long-awaited, enlightening!

  • kinara says:

    Hi, great info and update into “new biology”. I understand you love Tumeric, and recently I read that the “only”/or best way (like 3000 times) more effect of it is when added pepper together (like a catalyst) what do you think of this?

    • Moderator says:

      Greetings Kinara! The bioavailability question is an important one, but I believe that the quantity of specific monochemicals extracted from whole plants does not represent, nor convey fully its healing properties. If you consider that there is near infinite complexity in the whole plant, with thousands of chemistries elegantly interacting, lifting just one compound — say, curcumin — from the whole, will actually reduce the information/intelligence quotient of the whole plant. It’s like removing the soul from the body and claiming it is still a human being. Pepper and specifically piperine within it will enhance absorption, systematically, but sometimes you actually want it to be less absorbable — say, in the case of intestinal polyps. In that case, you want whole turmeric root powder, consumed in food form, and it will literally paint the interior of the intestines with a flood of information that should help to correct misfolded proteins and mis- or dys- expressed genes. That’s simplistic, but in this realm, sometimes it helps to not get into the profound details and complexity at play, as one can get easily lost. I hope this helped!

  • Clair says:

    Sayer, Thank you! Im truly enjoying this information. Im appreciating how you make this information so understandable. I’ve learned so much so far. Love it!

  • Susan says:

    Thank you, Always walk away with useful life changing information. Your a legend.

  • Susan says:

    Dear Sayer Ji 🌱 Thank you so much for offering your knowledge and studies so generously 🙏🏽 This is a very precious masterclass. Best wishes to you and your family 🌞Susan

  • Ginette says:

    I never comment on any summIts or online classes, and God only knows how many!!! In this case I am urged to agree with Sally. Sayer, I am amazed at your expert way to deliver a complex issue in a very understandable fashion. The layout of the presentation with the writing on the side of you is great for visuals like me. Thank you…I will certainly purchase your book and God bless you

  • j r says:

    Inspirational! Informational! Motivational! Sayer and GMI have been 1 of main go-to’s for quite some time! Thank You for Regenerate and your lifelong infinite passion to help others!

  • Gina says:

    Sayer, I’m allergic to apples. Could I substitute pears?

  • Jill says:

    Thanks for making this easy to understand! You also speak at the right pace for me. This content is so valuable! I pray MDs and hospitals will hear this.

  • Brenda says:

    Thank you for this information. What if I dehydrate fruits and veggies myself from the my garden to use in soups, smoothies and meals. Does it still have nutritional value? I can also but for fruit you have to use so much more sugar, I would rather dehydrate.

  • Dar says:

    Sayer Ji ~ you are a gift from the heavens & continue to share your incredible knowledge with us all. So much of what you are sharing is what I have believed in. Eating foods in their natural form will feed our bodies. Your presentations are so easy to understand and you’re wonderful to listen to ~ you truly have a very peaceful & tranquil way of talking to us. I thank God for you.

  • Glynis Harbour says:

    Thank you Sayer Ji. That was informative and easy to understand. An excellent session.

  • Janet Clark says:

    I cannot get Module 4

  • Mary Hadley says:

    Really loving this info from a fresh new perspective and learning some great new stuff! Thankyou Sayer Ji

  • Suresh Patel says:

    Sayer, you are a one man-band. Very independent and very confident. I like that.

  • Debbie says:

    Sayer, you are by far my favorite research expert! You always share without condemning others. You give the facts. I have learned more from you over the years than anyone! Thank you for devoting your life to this cause! Congrats to you and Kelly on your marriage!!

  • Janice says:

    Sayer,
    Again, Thank you. The information is so valuable and easily applicable for anyone looking for an understanding and guidance to changing the course of their health and their life.

  • kathleen kahl says:

    Great class Sayer. What is you take on the newest craze diet: Carnivore?

  • Denise Smith says:

    Hi Sayer,
    I have heard explanations of metabolic syndrome in the past, but this is the first one that I have been able to understand. Thank you for the excellent information that you have shared with us in each module of this series!!
    Denise

  • Rose says:

    Thank you so much for offering us this important information. I’m really enjoying this. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

  • Ram says:

    Big pHARMa drug pushing scientists, vaccine creators and allopathic Dr’s please take note… Sayer speaks TRUTH and it’s never too late to co-create CHANGE! *and better karma for yourselves for the next lifetime. 😉 LOVE!!! to ALL of Creation! <3

  • Agatha says:

    This collection of information would be really useful for teenagers, even if they took in just half of the information. Once they did, I believe many of them would be more open to the rest of the information.

    • eduyum says:

      exactly what I’m thinking about as I’m listening……how to interest my partner’s 14 year old daughter in this info…..she dislikes “healthy food” , and loves junk food, just as I did…I only dealt with it after years in and out of hospitals, and constant drugs, for ulcerative colitis, starting myself at 14….and dropping out of standard medical system at 22…so, don’t know what will actually get young ones interested

  • Barbara says:

    I have a question concerning the stem cells. As far as humans go, they are not only species-specific, but allso specific for every individual (the pharmaceutical industry would like to find a stem cell that can be patented and given to everybody, but this has failed so far …). So how can we be sure that plant stem cells wil activate regeneration within our bodies ? And do we have to consume these foods raw because coocking will alter the proteins? Does our digestive system not intervene and decompose these cells into smaller units before sending them to the blood stream?

  • Morten says:

    Hi Sayer. I love your class! Thank you soo much. I’m wondering, you are talking about the benefits of ex. chia seeds. If you listen to Dr Steven Gundry which I’m sure you know, he would say, not to eat chia seeds because they are containing lectins, like many of the vegetables from the nightshades. And lectins are no good for you (your microbiome)
    What is your opinion on that?

  • Catherine Bartholome says:

    Excellent info and just what I needed. Thanks!

  • Georgie Song says:

    I really need to set this straight and have people STOP VILLIANIZING FRUCTOSE. Fruit is half glucose and fructose. Glycemic index of glucose is 100 and fructose is 25 . Fructose LOWERS the glycemic index of fruits. The reason why Fructose goes to the liver is NOT BECAUSE FRUCTOSE IS TOXIC, it is because the LIVER IS ONLY ORGAN THAT HAS THE ENZYME TO ISOMERIZE ( change the chemical shape of fructose to glucose ) and then STORE AS GLYCOGEN. (Primary function of liver to to CONTROL BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVEL IN BLOOD ). When your blood glucose is low, and there no food coming, Liver breaks down glycogen store and release the GLUCOSE INTO YOUR BLOOD STREAM. Amost 99 percent of all FRUCTOSE is use as glycogen, lactate etc. and only 1% is converted as triglyceride via de novo lipogenesis !!!!!!!. So, I stop calling GOD MADE GARBAGE to poison us.,

  • Madeline says:

    Wish you offered the series in a dvd form. Learned much from just 3 of your modules….I will consider buying your book for now. Hoping it comes in an audio CD. Thank you sir, I enjoyed your presentation.

  • benito says:

    Thanks for this. You are a clear speaker, and you have clearly put a lot of thought into what you want to say. Turmeric has become so fashionable that I suspect that much of it is contaminated with heavy metals, though I cannot prove this. Ginger works as well for me, and it tastes better.

  • Malcolm Nazareth says:

    Excellent presentation, Sayer Ji. Thank you

    Questions: 1) How do you regard Stevia and Truvia? They are presented as natural. Are they as good or as bad as other artificial sweeteners? 2) What’s your opinion about the buttery spread called “Smart Balance” said to be rich in Omega-3 fats? Is it as good or as bad as butters from dairy?

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