Program 103 of a gut feeling with Matan Hakimi – how not to need a dentist?

I recently came across a podcast that I knew I had to share and the sooner the better!
In the gut feeling program with Matan Hakimi on Spotify ״how not to need a dentist״, Matan hosted Ran Khalif who shared with the listeners true gems of his mouth and taught the listeners what is the simplest way not only to take care of our teeth and gums but also to turn back the clock!
In this podcast you will learn how to fill holes in your teeth without a doctor’s intervention and how to keep your gums from receding and even correct receding gums.
I loved this podcast so much that I even taken the time to transcribe it all for your convenience. Worth hearing (If you understand Hebrew) or reading the English Translated version from yours truly – whichever works better for you 🙂
Enjoy!
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This week on the podcast I am hosting Ran Cliff from faraway Costa Rica, Ran is a practitioner of Japanese and Chinese medicine, the founder of Clalit Complementary Medicine and is engaged in brain and cognitive science research to talk about our teeth,
What can be done so that teeth can preserve themselves naturally without external help and is there such a thing as absolute immunity to gum and dental diseases?
Do you need to brush your teeth? What about mouth wash?
What is the way to prevent crooked teeth, holes, and surgical treatments?
What are the things that hurt the teeth the most, should I go to the dentist? Yes or no about fluoride and so on
Is it possible to heal a tooth without the doctor’s intervention?
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Program time: 57:35
Matan Hakimi
Hello dear listeners, welcome to episode number 103 of Gut Feeling.
Matan Hakimi
Good week, beloved ones, welcome to another episode of the podcast I am your host, Matan Hakimi, guide of Spaces for Change and Development and author of the book Abdominal Laws. In recent years I have been researching the connection between our choices, beliefs and habits and our physical or emotional health. This week on the podcast I host Ran Khalif again, Ran and practitioner of Japanese and Chinese medicine and the founder of Klalit. Complementary medicine and engaged in research of the brain and the sciences of consciousness As usual to say that If you found a way in this chapter, please share it. So that more people can benefit from this content, have a nice listen.
Hello again Ran Khalif
Ran Khalif
Hello. Matan.
Matan Hakimi
I think that those who will listen are probably surprised by the change in direction compared to the previous episodes we did on the mind, but it seemed to me that you are dealing with a topic that is as important to me as any part or aspect of our health in our body. So I’ll just share and tell. I have had my affairs in my teeth for some time now, things have come and gone in my life, but a few months ago I put up some kind of post where I talked about rinsing my mouth with mouthwash Research shows that rinsing with mouthwash damages the oral bacteria and this can lead to all sorts of things. And many responses I also received from a dentist were that this is true, and you don’t necessarily need to use toothpaste either. Necessarily, for dental health. And I really noticed that maybe I don’t know enough about this topic and I would be happy if we talk about it a little and enrich the thinking of the listeners.
Ran Khalif
Okay, so basically. Just like that to answer or refer directly to the topic of brushing teeth or mouthwash? Basically, toothpaste originally evolved from tooth polish. People don’t even know what it is. It was made of chalk or pumice stone. And like polishing shoes, do it occasionally to polish and whiten your teeth. By the way, as we do today when we go to the dentist. But originally it wasn’t a twice-a-day routine. And roughly all of this changed at the beginning of the twentieth century, when a man by the way named Claude Hopkins. that the author of a famous book at the time, which was called a scientific publication, decided to market dental care. Basically a tooth polish from a company called Pepsudent. And in order to build demand for this product, it was first necessary to create a desire in people to brush their teeth. So even though he had no evidence What So Ever warned consumers that they should brush every day to prevent gum and tooth disease. And he was so successful that other companies followed him. And in fact they have overtaken Pepsodent as the market leader today. But today average toothpastes and still, industrially based synthetic rinses are built to some extent on the same Pepsudent formula, complex toothpastes. Usually 20 to 60% compounds of abrasive and polishing materials. 20, 40% or so humectants such as glycerin which causes damage By The Way sorbitol, which causes damage. And propylene glycol which causes even more damage and about a percent or two that remains consists of preservatives, sweeteners, dyes, synthetic fluoride compounds that cause systemic damage to the body. Sometimes even antibiotics and detergents and a smell that is more reminiscent of household cleaners. In fact, some of the ingredients added to commercial toothpastes are essentially toxic and they really do not support our health. In fact, if you look at most, most ointments today it says not to swallow or eat, and if a child swallows it straight to the hospital. So we should not put them in our mouths, probably twice a day, the most logical concept says. What you cannot swallow, do not apply to yourself or put in your mouth. Because what we apply to ourselves, put in our mouth is absorbed through our tissues into the blood.
Matan Hakimi
Completely. wow I really agree with what you said, so maybe it’s just because we’ve already touched on it for a moment, so what’s right and wrong to brush anyway and not use anything as an ointment?
Ran Khalif
Basically, I did a lot of work on the subject and I even did a short seminar in this field that quite a few people did. It’s even online. And a decade and a half? Let’s say that for about 15 years I have been researching the field because of my personal difficulties because of my mouth’s troubles. I decided to get out of the mainstream and see what else there is in the world.
Ran Khalif
So basically, there is no connection between brushing teeth and oral health. There is a very, very big connection between what we eat. And even what we feel for oral health. and if And yes, want to brush your teeth? So I actually am. Today we don’t use ointment as much as we use powder. I use a powder called Regrow, and its function is actually in combination with organic yogurt. To create a bacterial plaque that channels calcium into the holes and cracks that form in the teeth as a result of exposure to the elements. And you can see on hundreds of testimonies that it finally allows our body. the chance to close his holes on his own, and then I get messages from people for years who have been using it and their holes close on their own. Because they get the right mineralization, in the right blend, and in the right bacterial composition. When we say the word bacteria, we fear them, it’s because we were taught to fear them without a layer of probiotic bacteria, our teeth and gums are helpless against the elements.
Matan Hakimi
So a. It really sounds like, according to what you say, that really all that mouthwash and bacteria weaves actually only harms us in the environment of the bacteria and the teeth themselves,
Ran Khalif
Definitely yes.
Matan Hakimi
I want you to take us. Just me and us in a second. This understanding of what the oral cavity is. What is the role of the two, how these teeth are related to our body, such things that until I heard from you I never thought about them. I do like to treat every organ in the body as an organ with meaning, and I never gave it a second thought. What is the role of each tooth, what is it connected to in the body then. I’ll let you lead, but it seems to me this way, will give the listeners a lot of value.
Ran Khalif
So first of all it is important to remember that in front of the teeth there are gums and the gums. They actually hold the teeth. In what kind of suspension, like a kind of suspension, like really suspensions of springs that hold our entire vehicle, on the chassis and actually the periodontal ligament inside the gums, it hangs the tooth in the socket so that the tooth can move and bend and turn and move so that it can contain the forces of biting and chewing which are great. The master masticatory muscle is the strongest in the body, per unit area, and that’s without damaging the tooth, or actually the alveolus, the so-called jawbone.
Ran Khalif
That’s why we need very, very healthy gums. And to have health then these gums. You should never ever reach a state of inflammation or a state of withdrawal. And then gingivitis or gingivitis, it’s simply red or blue gums that are reddish and bleed. By gently poking or brushing or using dental floss. But this is not necessarily a situation that indicates gum loss. Gum disease called periodontitis used to be called pyorrhea. It is actually not only an inflammation of the area around the tooth, but it is also a progressive loss of the bone around the gums. The so-called alveolar bone, and once we start losing bone. So the gums have nothing to grab onto. They begin to bleed when probing deep pockets and mobility of the teeth. I mean, the teeth really move and can also fall out, and the real reason for this whole process is quite mineralization, it’s like a decrease in the nutrition of the tissues and bones from nutritional deficiencies.
Ran Khalif
Conventional dental approaches are reserved for the mouth only. An average dentist, or a common one or almost all of them, will never talk to you about the systemic consequences of gum disease. And sometimes even their own awareness is low or non-existent. Very rarely do we find a dentist who recognizes the fact that the treatment of oral diseases is a systemic internal treatment. Conventional dental approaches to periodontal and dental diseases. They make the same short-sighted mistake as most modern medical treatment protocols. They do, they divide the body into systems that are isolated from each other. That is why the typical approaches in dentistry focus only on gums and teeth. But they are not connected in any way to the rest of the body. So what did it lead to? For painful and expensive treatments, such as scraping the roots of the teeth or root allocation, the so-called root allocation, trimming, gum tissues and the long-term success rate for this thing, that is, sustainable healing. He is not impressive at all. And it is important to understand, in the context of your specific question, oral health is a window to the internal state of health, and the balance of the whole body. Looking only at the oral tissues and isolating them, as if they are not connected to the body. It will always lead to an over focus on correcting these diseases. Yes, local surgery, like something mechanical.
Ran Khalif
But these processes sometimes slow down the disease process, but they never stop it, unless the cause is treated. Therefore local mechanical action to solve a systemic physiological problem will not give a sustainable result, and you don’t even need to be a doctor. to understand it. It’s just commonsense now that we look at gums and oral health from a systemic perspective. need to understand. Gum and teeth disease is not a local disease of the mouth only, it is a message and a sign of a systemic disorder. That is, when we understand the connection. between the whole body and the oral cavity. We also understand that the oral cavity is like an opening. It’s like some kind of opportunity we got to look inside our body through something external that can be seen. So we understand. Today, periodontal disease is not local genetic and it is not a decree from heaven. Rather, systemic epigenetics, that is, epigenetics means affected by the environment, affected by our response to the environment as well, and therefore what is called genetic expression or a genetic expression to the environment or to the inputs we are exposed to is created. So we see a very big connection between gum and teeth diseases, kidney diseases, arthritis, pregnancy and childbirth complications. For lung diseases, heart diseases and cognitive diseases of the aging brain, such as dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Matan Hakimi
Ok, so. If we look at I think you know, you talk and I think people go to the dentist people. People go to the dentist, there are all kinds of rules like that, what should be done? I will say I have pulled teeth in my life. Have I had to pull teeth in my life? I didn’t need to have my teeth pulled, should I go to the dentist? No need to go to the dentist. what?
Ran Khalif
In principle, tooth extraction is essential only if the tooth. dead I will soon explain about it and an inflammation forms around her and she actually cannot rehabilitate herself and begins to endanger a neighbor’s tooth. And when teeth are usually dead, or they have broken as a result of trauma. The tooth was broken, cracked in two, opened in two. So sometimes the tooth actually stops being functional and that’s one thing. The second thing is the result, it is heterogeneous. The so-called, direct damage of mechanical activity inside the mouth by clinics.
Ran Khalif
And the first thing is a root canal. Root is the root connection. It is actually the nerve that connects our body. our entire nervous system, to this organ, which is called a tooth, and gives it consciousness, gives it life and the ability to react and regenerate. In every part of our body, every part is innervated, which means it receives electrical feed and it also transmits information back, from the organ itself to the central nervous system, up to this place called the brain. What happens is when we We killed the nerve with a root canal, we isolated the tooth and all its sources of nourishment. and the feedback sources of the body from her and from her to the body. We isolated her, and every organ we did this to. will begin to deteriorate. So once we killed the tooth. so we We have an organ in our mouth which is actually It’s there, but it doesn’t regenerate. He no longer knows how to pass a generation because what gives him life. Disconnected from it now since it is a structure. Dentin is a tough structure. whose deterioration process is relatively slow. So the processes are slow and there is no connection between root canal treatments and tooth loss. Could most of the mechanical dental treatments have been prevented? And in the attention and application of traditional knowledge, which did not have these means. Today it is possible to save every tooth, every mouth from a kidney and provided that its organs are still connected in the original nervous system. to the body
Matan Hakimi
There is something here that sits in my head dividing into two who go to the dentist. There is this section that always asks you to put fluoride. Fluoride, actually something that is also put in our drinking water. And then I wondered about it, is it because there are always differing opinions. Is fluoride a good thing, is it a bad thing? There are those who are convinced that it is good, there are those who are convinced that it is less, so curious to hear what you think about it?
Ran Khalif
So first of all you need to differentiate between two types of fluoride. Okay, we have a thing called sodium fluoride or NAF. Its formula is NAF and it is a man-made compound. It is a synthetic compound. It is not found in nature in a natural form and is poisonous to us, and this is the part that is used to perform dental treatments, put in dental families and in the water of many countries and cities in the world. Put it, or put fluorosicilic acid, which is a type of industrial waste and it causes us harm. There is a long list of damages, I can list it right away. The original natural compound. It’s called calcium fluoride CAF2, that’s basically the chemical formula for it, and it’s actually a natural component found in the soil or found in running water. from springs? It is found in the water found in lakes. And this component is very important for our body. now. Professor Dean Barak, who actually worked for 34 years at the NCI, which is the National Cancer Institute in the United States. Talks a lot about the harms of sodium, fluoride, synthetic fluoride and its types, he says. Such a thing, he says. Fluoride causes more cancer and death. And creates it faster than any other chemical I’ve encountered in all my years of research. And we actually see what first of all it affects the secretion of melatonin which actually affects our sleep cycles in the secretion of serotonin in the morning and eventually adrenaline and dopamine and it affects our mood. It makes us more submissive, LOW need more environmental stimulations to be happy. It reduces our ability to achieve the maximum, our IQ. Therefore it also creates damage to the brain. It greatly interferes with fertility. It causes direct damage to the structure of the man’s sperm. It increases the absorption of lead into the bones in the body, which is a highly toxic substance. It contributes in quotes to dementia which is a loss of memory through age. He creates. What kind of process eventually, our bones in the body become more brittle because they lose their natural flexibility. It creates damage in the synthesis of collagen, which is A basic element that keeps our skin, our connective tissues, our hairs, our nails intact, and it also increases the rate of development, tumors and overall cancer. It is also responsible for hyperactivity. And it is also responsible for severe fatigue in some people. So these are examples of what fluoride does and not just for nothing. It has been declared a very toxic substance, even by the American EPA and in fact it is an international organization today. And by the way, it is the same substance that is put in rat poison. but also. Prozac.
Matan Hakimi
wow
Ran Khalif
You also have to remember and you can see it in hundreds of X-rays. which encourages calcification of the pineal gland. And calcification of the pineal gland prevents it from producing melatonin. Pin or Lin, which is the molecule that allows us to dream, to enter deep meditation, to think, independent thinking from the Mid Brain. It bothers us. Not only that. It also disrupts sleep cycles. and the cities.
Matan Hakimi
Or there are so many questions I want to ask you so now you know what I remembered while you were talking, that a few years ago I read that I became interested in health and toxins which are actually in my dental fillings. The silver ones, there is a substance, I don’t remember if it was mercury.
Ran Khalif
It’s mercury, mercury.
Matan Hakimi
that it could actually leak into my bloodstream, and I made it clear, and I realized that there are doctors all over the world. who specialize in the removal of such fillings and I found an official international website and I found a doctor and I went to the doctor and they did some sort of procedure and they took out the silver fillings and replaced them, I don’t remember any material like marble or something like that that doesn’t endanger my mouth so would you like to expand on that a bit maybe?
Ran Khalif
Basically, it is important to remember that mercury is not a substance that we should be exposed to at all. During our lives, at no level in any situation. And mercury vapor, they are very toxic to our body. Now the malgam. Mercury based. And other soft metals are also added. which are harmful to us in all kinds of ways such as nickel and cadmium and more, and this attitude of putting it in the mouth. The most toxic, most toxic soft metal on this planet into people’s mouths. It is actually a decision that is not humane at any level. And it is not consistent with the damages either. Mercury is a toxin. Very, very, very dangerous. It is not supposed to be part of the body in any way at any level, although it was once considered a medicinal option, but a person never got better, recovered or felt better from exposure to this substance, only much worse. And it is very interesting that products or industrial products or tools that contain mercury. They have very serious warnings about exposure to the material, but this thing is in our mouth inside our mouth now. What happens when we drink very hot. What happens when we drink or eat cold and then eat or drink very, very hot. After that we actually create an integration grout of this soft metal from the amalgam and we inhale this vapor into our body. We also break some of it down. Over the years this issue is a simple mechanical matter to understand and many times these blockages break down and become part of our metabolism, unfortunately.
Ran Khalif
the right way. To fill holes, in my eyes, it’s using regrow and organic yogurt, but if we decided to do a mechanical operation and plug them without destroying the nerve. of the tooth, so you can use porcelain, there are all kinds of technologies for this that do not contain additional synthetic compounds, so there are definitely compounds that the body knows how to get along with. It is noted that most of them are based on stone compounds of their kind.
Matan Hakimi
Wow, so really? Well, so that’s what I realized back then, but actually I’m thinking about it again then so then I, if I walk around with mercury in my mouth, it might create some kind of side effect in the body, and then I have some particular problem that no one knows how She arrived and that has nothing to do with it.
Ran Khalif
Definitely. That’s why we have to go where it already is. Very proficient in this to neutralize any particle that may enter our body before it settles in our brain.
Matan Hakimi
Wow, I just remembered now I’ll Google and I found this website that’s an international website called IAOMT, that’s The International Academy Of OralMedicine and Toxicology. It’s like a non-profit organization that basically tells you where there are doctors, dentists all over the world who do this work for those who listen and want to check it in depth, so I have a few more things I want to ask you about. I thought about having my 4 front teeth. A fixation that has remained since I had a bridge. When I was in high school, and in general I said maybe there is something to say about a bridge or about the fixation on displacement of teeth, curvature of teeth?
Ran Cliff
Basically these bridges are all redundant. If you already make a mechanical change. of the relationship of the teeth inside the mouth. I suggest studying the work of Professor John Mayo. And of his son a genius? from England. who developed a field years ago already called Orthotropics. And Dr. Miu showed that the correct positioning of the teeth supports the nature of the development of the jaw. And does not limit the teeth but allows them to move naturally. But with the so-called guidance. So greatly promotes oral health and protects our teeth.
Ran Cliff
Our teeth are supposed to move in the mouth. As our organs move inside the abdominal cavity, as our skeleton moves as our muscles move. Movement of the teeth is a necessary thing for oral health. When we ignore it and fixate on them we are actually creating. A balance of forces that is not natural, our body, it is an evolutionary system, in our current structure, of 455,000 years. This is our last Cromagno build. And we understand that he thrived, he didn’t just survive. He thrived in a beautiful mouth without dental clinics and without hospitals and excellent trauma. without technology. Therefore we understand that the highest technology is the technology of nature and the technology of evolution. how do we say There are no mistakes in nature and certainly not in the mind. Therefore we are not supposed to correct nature’s mistakes.
Ran Khalif
We are supposed to go with nature, I highly recommend removing this fixation and turning to see and learn about the work of Dr. John Mayo. And understand what it is called to help her teeth in her mouth, to shape and get the correct structure and spacing. His method is too complex to explain here, Because we need a lot of visual aids, but I certainly gave the lead and whoever is interested is interested. The first one to understand that was Dr. Weston Price who was, by the way, the first director of research for the American Dental Association or ada. He was working in Cleveland, Ohio , and he understood through his work. That something was wrong with the way we live even then in the thirties, he did not understand why we should suffer from so many oral diseases, gum diseases, caries, etc. By the way. All his research was sparked by the death of his only son Donald from complications of root canal treatment that he himself as an expert did for him.
Ran Khalif
What a trauma it is and to gain insights and satisfy his desire to learn he decided to leave. Everything, to close an office and a very, very promising career. and travel around the world. Note, in the thirties it is not with jets and it is with ships and propeller planes. The ones that look like you know what? To study primitive cultures that enjoyed excellent physical and mental health. and during his travels. of more than five years is not only a bed of populations that present healthy teeth and gums. And he saw natives who had never heard the word dentist and orthodontist with perfect jaw arches and teeth positioned with divine precision. He also saw. Against this is the sharp decline in the health of the mouth and the general health experienced by nations. natives healthy as soon as they came in contact with what he then called the barren foods of the modern age. So he actually flew around the world and sailed around the world together with his wife, who was also his research partner, and she helped him take pictures and record with ancient cameras of the past with glass plates and flashes that were made with burned magnesium. If you ever saw it in the old movies he sailed from Africa to the Arctic. To see if the traditional tribes are really healthier than the modern ones, and this is also what he found.
Ran Khalif
Right before World War II, he did it. He was able to take advantage of perhaps the last period in history when people still lived in traditional societies all over the globe, so his journey reached the heights of the Swiss Alps to the isolated islands of Scotland. He traveled throughout Africa, Australia, New Zealand. Did the Polynesians in the South Pacific, climbed the Andes, the Peruvians all on foot, all with mules through North America, Canada and even reached the Arctic Circle. And although he saw wide differences in the racial, cultural and historical section of course. One thing was remarkably consistent, dental disease was almost non-existent with an average dental disease percentage of 0.34%. It’s nothing. When we look at this thing today we don’t don’t know if you know. Today in our modern western culture, in Israel, Europe, North America, etc. Dental and gum diseases are between 90 and 100% of the population turned around
Matan Hakimi
Wow like most diseases but yes crazy.
Ran Khalif
But note most surprisingly. Although he showed that less than 1 percent of the people in these communities had caries, he found that teeth were crooked. Okay, were equally rare. And none of these people had access to a toothbrush either. He didn’t know what a toothbrush was and he had no idea what it was, of course toothpaste. So this is just an example of Dr. Price’s work. He was followed by two other doctors. Dr. Harold Hawkins, who was a very famous oral surgeon in the United States of that time, and Dr. Malvin Page who together conducted more than fifty thousand tests on individual people. To draw the conclusions, Dr. Price was right. And by the way, Dr. Price himself was only talking about the Swiss children of the Swiss Alps of the 1930s. 4280 tests were evaluated, just on them.
Ran Khalif
And he saw that among these natives, who lived around raw dairy products and vegetables in direct consumption from their own decency, even though there was no dentist, brushes and ointments around, they were healthy. And sturdy they are not because they showed almost no signs of dental disease. And in a specific village that was very, very close to nature, sorry in a specific valley called Luttenstil, he found only 0.3%, diseases, gums, teeth and the need for orthodontics. And generally in these high valleys, he found only 3% suffering. In contrast, he found advanced tooth decay in the sites of Switzerland in the so-called modern area, where between 85% and 100% of the population was affected, but only for comparison. Even today, after 90 years, from his research, 90 years have passed almost 100 years. We made no progress at all. Between 80 and 90% of children today suffer from diseases. Here. I’m not even talking about the adults, whose situation is much, much worse. And in today’s world, unpasteurized grass-fed milk, once deeply respected around the world for thousands of years is under attack by countries and governments. All our primary food has become the enemy of the state in Australia and the USA. Today they even pass laws that prevent citizens from growing their own food in the garden.
Matan Hakimi
Wow, so crazy that we’re going there I am. You know, it’s amazing how over time you forget things, but when you told me to take off the retainer and we talked about a retainer and a bridge, then I said to myself, wait, but, but, then, how do you prevent crooked teeth? Then I remembered that one of the first things I was exposed to when I started following health and nutrition was the work of Dr. Weston Price and there are pictures the pictures are black or white.
Ran Khalif
True true.
Matan Hakimi
Pictures of people with crooked pictures from the western places, people with straight teeth, who really don’t have any technology, and suddenly it gives me real confidence, maybe I, I’ll really go now or take off this fixation? It’s amazing, how far we are from simplicity.
Ran Khalif
True, by the way his book is available for download online, because it is a very old book. called Nutrition and Physical Regeneration
Matan Hakimi
Right.
Ran Khalif
And his book is a milestone. Very, very, very important, very, very important and his life’s work. By the way, his follower student named Dr. Harold Hawkins, who spent 20 years of research in Price’s field and eight thousand documented cases in his book called Applied Nutrition. It’s a book published in the 1940s, in fact/ so we actually see a lot of material already accumulated before 80 years old to ninety years ago, which until today. remains hidden. You can say what the social consciousness is.
Matan Hakimi
I have heard in my life also according to what you are saying now already before this, that there really is some possibility of using dairy products as filling holes in general. It seems to me that people have never heard of the fact that you can fill a hole without going to the dentist.
Ran Khalif
True, and what is called organic clogging. or. An organic matrix of the dentine is a natural process that the body strives for just as it replaces the bones several times in a lifetime. It also replaces the entire structure of the tooth, many times during a lifetime. There is no part of our body. that does not undergo constant regeneration. And so that the two are like the bones, the back, they have everything. Exactly the same metabolism with one difference, simply that the teeth are exposed to the outside elements and bones. No? So for a tooth to regenerate itself, we need some conditions. Okay, we first need ph. A so-called alkalinity level that is sufficiently alkaline. That is, it is basic enough. We need a correct ratio of calcium and phosphorus, in saliva and blood the ratio is one to four in favor of calcium and we need a sugar level low enough around 70 to 80. In order to. That this process will be conducted naturally, will be done naturally without any external help.
Ran Khalif
Now for this to happen we need a diet that many doctors already recognized in the thirties and forties of the last century, i.e. 1930-1940. There were, by the way, dentists. Dr. Weston Price. Dr. Hawkins. and Doctor Feig. And Dr. Pottinger, they were actually 4. the first to recognize that the most important ingredient is source nutrition. They called it Source Nutrition. And the source feed is one of the building blocks of a source image. This is a correct structure. Of Sydney origin and one of the most common Sydney structures in our history and cultures of its kind, is milk and milk products. But, all those dairy products. They were dairy products that are what is called green grass fed. That is, the animals, from which we extracted the milk, they ate green grass, fresh green grass. Straight from the Halban field, we milk them and consume more in the current day that was produced without the pasteurization process. which actually destroys the central enzyme that allows us to absorb this calcium and actually destroys all the natural probiotics in milk and impairs the overall enzymatic system. of all this tissue called milk. And so let’s look at ancient cultures. No one heated the milk to pasteurize it. And they will consume the milk directly, in fact, even when I was a small child I remember myself on quite a few occasions drinking milk directly from a cow’s or a goat’s nipple. Because of certain opportunities my parents exposed me to. So there is no doubt at all that dairy products help the subject a lot, but it should be under these conditions that it is called source nutrition.
Matan Hakimi
Great then. So what? Ok, so we don’t have access to that kind of milk. For most people most of the year. What other important things are worth knowing about nutrition? I think most people know and know that sugar makes holes in the teeth, but what other things to think about?
Ran Khalif
In principle, it is important to remember first. that we need to get as close as possible to natural sources as much as we are able to.
As far as possible then one more thing, one very important thing. It is to understand that we have some basic elements that we should strive to obtain. So the ingredients first of all are calcium and I will talk about the quality of calcium. Not all calcium gives us that. phosphorus? The three activators are the so-called fat-soluble vitamins A, D, K2. When we have this package on a daily basis, available, rich and high quality. So we enjoy, we can enjoy complete immunity to gum and teeth diseases.

Ran Khalif
now. First of all, before there were supplements and vitamins. There were foods, there was nutrition, humans in a not so distant period did not take any supplement, any vitamin or even a synthetic or industrial residue whatsoever. It just didn’t exist. So if we are going into source nutrition, let’s first approach one of the most important elements, without which there are no processes in this matter. It’s vitamin D. So first of all it’s sun exposure. by fully exposing the skin and eyes. Using sunglasses causes damage. It damages us tremendously in the natural spectrum. Creams on the skin cause damage, it doesn’t matter what creams they are, they simply cause damage. They prevent us from this metabolism. Besides that, to make this conversion we have to be so-called consumers of the following things. People who aren’t are not vegans or vegetarians, so it’s seafood, it’s fermented fish liver oil, it’s wild eggs and Butter Oil, the so-called butter oil. By the way, you can get butter oil that is not pasteurized, there are sources for that. If you want I will send it to you.

Ran Khalif
Regarding vegetarians or people who want to eat vegetable oil things too. So there are several very, very rich sources of vitamin D that may be less well known, but the best known is almonds. Fresh and not roasted almonds. Traditional tofu, that is, tofu that can be made at home or bought from a home tofu maker that is not industrial. Nato, which is a type of preparation for tofu and some people also make Nato in Israel. Portobello, Portobello, Shiitake and Maitaki mushrooms are a little more exotic, but still available, by the way, if you turn them over, when their lower gills are exposed to the sun for about an hour, the amount of vitamin D produced in them is 300 times greater.
Ran Hakimi
Wow, that’s crazy. wow,
Ran Khalif
People didn’t know that. Organic oranges in season, especially the ones we picked this week. And also a plant that is a cheap plant, and very very rich in vitamin D, called in Hebrew lichen or moss, lisha. And this, these are sources of D. They are critical for calcium metabolism and ultimately for calcium and phosphorus balance in the blood.
Ran Khalif
The next vitamin we need is vitamin A. So vitamin A, if we are not vegetarians we can get it from whole sea fish, that is to say eat all the parts of the fish, which we are able to eat. Once again, fermented fish liver oil which is usually cod fish. Okay, so it’s usually cod fish, it’s the best quality fish in the subject and when it’s fermented then the availability of A, D is much greater. And as you notice I also described it in D. I mean , this specific source in addition to butter oil or unpasteurized butter oil are actually superior sources of A, D.
Ran Khalif
Someone who is vegetarian or people who also want to eat from the plant, which is wonderful then sweet potato and carrots. Organic, fresh spinach. Usually the zucchini is the dark type. Turnip leaves contain lots and lots of A. Pumpkin, red lettuce. We see it in red pepper, Gamba, so called, in Kanta Loop, which is this dictionary. This long, sweet, orange hotel. We will see it in swiss chard in kale, in bak choy who knows it is in watercress. And there’s that in Kelp Combo too, it’s a dark saltwater seaweed that contains a lot of vitamin A. So that’s a source, that. source for A/
Ran Khalif
And the third water soluble which is most critical. It’s vitamin K2 without it. There is no so-called deal. There is no completion of the process. And those who are omnivorous again. Sometimes they find themselves with the top food, which is heavy oil. Fermented fish which is mainly fish, shellfish of all kinds. Whole sea fish and fish eggs, wild eggs. of a variety of birds, once again Butter Oil, once again do you see it? It is a superior source of what is called bone marrow. Okay, these are examples of the form of vitamin K from animals called MK2, this is this form, people who are vegetarians, vegans or those who want to eat from plants as well and get K2 will get it in the form of MK2 called MK27 and it will once again be nato which is a type. It is essentially a preparation of fermented soybeans, and there are some in Israel who prepare it fresh, it is one of the most wonderful foods, also for the brain, and by the way, consumption of natto on a daily basis. Gives almost complete immunity from Alzheimer’s.
Ran Khalif
Yes, it’s in Japan, it’s Common Understanding. in Israel We know almost nothing about it. Sauerkraut, sauerkraut. So basically, all kimchi is made naturally without synthetic sweeteners. Unpasteurized cheeses. Those who know how to make their own unpasteurized milk and make it for themselves, if they do it for themselves it is not a crime, but only if they sell it, then the state will put you in jail. Which is also strange. Kombucha, does anyone know how to make it? A mushroom group can take a piece of mushroom from a friend and grow it. In a dark place with sugar and water and that’s what my parents have been doing for a long time. Let’s say, the mid-eighties, we were growing kombucha regularly even before it even became a trend and tempeh, which is an Indonesian form of fermented soybeans. These are sources of vitamin K2. Besides that, there is another vitamin that participates in what is actually there, a few more, but the other important thing is that it is not part of the three fat-soluble, but it is critical to the matter of metabolism which are and especially gums, which is vitamin C. So we can take capsules, but there is a lot of it Vitamin sources are in vitamin C capsules, which are not compatible with the body and people take it, and it simply either causes damage or does nothing. I always prefer to use as much as possible the sources themselves in the foods themselves. So the things you can easily find in Israel. It’s broccoli. Preferably organic, fresh oranges. Papaya that has been grown in Israel for 20 years. Guava, which is wonderful as a source of vitamin C and exists, is probably a seasonal fruit. But she is there. Kiwi, which also grows here, cherries that already grow here, acerola that also grows and is grown in Israel, and there are things that are more esoteric and contain a lot of vitamin C such as camo camo grains that you can buy as a powder and goji berries that have not been sprayed. These sources for C are very, very important for this topic.
Ran Khalif
And there is the issue of calcium and probiotics and prebiotics.
Ran Khalif
And the topic of probiotics and prebiotics has to come from a place that we don’t understand. As important as it is, it is by the way very simple to implement the simple applications, which do not require too much fuss, this is first of all eating straight from the garden. Even if we have a few planters, even if we have an area of garden that is nothing, he I know what? 10 m x 10 m. We can still grow vegetables and root vegetables there, and maybe a little breeze, and eat straight from the garden without washing it, straight to eat it, especially in the morning when there is still dew on things, so that’s where the probiotic activity is the most rich When we wash, things we put in the fridge we eliminate the probiotic activity. Fresh sprouts. that we can also sprout alone it is very easy to sprout alone. Other traditional pickled vegetables. And pickled root vegetables and pickled fruits to which sources of probiotics and prebiotics are very, very readily available, cheap tools and we can implement it ourselves without these bacteria, the calcium metabolism is partial and we remain very ineffective. We can consume a lot of calcium, but we will not have assimilation efficiency, especially in our mouth.
Ran Hakimi
Wow, great, thanks for this arrangement and. On the deepening I wonder to myself how we touched everything. But if we made someone who listens and sure everyone who listens, will be quite overwhelmed by all the information. First steps, that is.
Ran Khalif
Nutrition is the most significant to you, the most significant to me because it is the easiest thing to implement. And the things I described, or at least the basic principles I gave. Regarding the foods, they are critical in my eyes. and change the to remove fluoride from life in any form and manner.
Ran Hakimi
Does that mean give up tap water?
Ran Khalif
It’s not giving up, it’s earning life. Certainly certainly, and it is not so difficult to take a sample from systems, the filters we are in. We bought and go to a private laboratory. It is not that expensive to see if there is anything left in our water and it should be nothing left in it. Only H2O should remain in them. Not for nothing, not for nothing. The water of the gods, what we call it, the water of the rains or the glaciers, it was water of the gods. The same counts, dukes, kings and all the dignitaries until the time of ancient Egypt, 17,000 years ago. This was the water they would drink. It’s just that today our atmosphere is so polluted that rainwater itself is polluted, so we need to use technological means to isolate from the water. A huge amount of industrial waste in hundreds of thousands of shapes and material configurations, and for this you need to invest in an advanced filtration system or a distillation system, the so-called water distillation. As used in laboratories. I have a distiller at home. I have a system at home that is equivalent to water, which is used in research laboratories. There is only H2O in the water, which by the way is not more expensive than a filter system. it’s simple. Requires almost no maintenance. So this is very important and the other thing is someone who wants to use his mouth for something because something is bothering him. Bother him. He has some blockage and he says I need to brush with something. Because the total recording or recording and social programming have tremendous power, so I gave an example of something that can be very, very helpful. There is also something called Comfort Ointment, sorry, Comfort Powder, it’s called Comfort Powder that you can even find it on Amazon. The one that is perhaps one of the most important powders is an ancient Indian formulation, which is very, very helpful for the gums and mouth.
Ran Khalif
You can use it as well. And there are also companies that have still kept what is called the old and traditional profile such as companies like the Walleda company, for example the German one that does not have glycerin in their ointments. At least in the families that come here. I know it also depends on which country it comes to. There are also those regulations that do not contain. Fluoride do not contain glycerin, and do not contain sweeteners. synthetic. Do not contain cleaning agents, and in fact they are so compatible with the body that you can literally swallow them.
Ran Khalif
For example, the Regrow or the Comfort Powder that I mentioned earlier can be left in the mouth and become part of the saliva’s metabolism, and it can also be swallowed. This is just what shows you that something is adapted to our physiology. We can eat it like food.
Ran Hakimi
I have been connecting with it for a long time and these are things that are still connecting with me. What is the idea of using perfume and sunscreen and deodorant? If I don’t put it in my mouth, why would I want to put it on my skin? It goes into my body, it’s the same.
Ran Khalif
exactly!
Ran Hakimi
Excellent. Before we finish there is Ran. Is there anything that you think is relevant and critical on the subject that we haven’t talked about, that you would like to pass on to the listeners among us, you have given a lot of value so far.
Ran Khalif
Let’s say something like this. I would just like to maybe summarize something to? What kind of let’s say Bottom Line, if you can call it the Bottom Line. It is that we need to maintain a balance between the ratio of calcium and phosphorus, and we can also do this with a simple blood test and see that the ratio is one to four in favor of calcium. This is super important. We can check the PH of our saliva using a simple PH test. And to see that our saliva is not acidic and is above PH7, which is very, very important. We can do a simple blood test and see that our sugar is 70 to eighty. which is also very, very important. In this way we first understand where we are, because when we put ourselves. At a point which is what is called or what happened to Dr. Harold Hawkins he called it the point of immunity. The point of immunity to caries and gum disease. So he he understood that we need to be between PH 7,4 and PH 8, 4 in our mouth in our saliva. He understood that we are. We need to put our calcium-phosphorus ratio, as I described, and he understood that we should not be too sugary. People who will do these actions, that is, will balance their diet in such a way as to put them within the window I said. Will begin to notice over the weeks, also a huge improvement in feeling their gums. And over the months they will begin to see that they no longer need to go to the doctor because they have holes or cracks, or pain or sensitivity. And they will be freed from dependence on mechanical treatments for a problem that was a physiological problem.
Ran Hakimi
But Ran Cliff, as usual, as in every chapter, I will leave your details below the chapter for those who want to learn more and I will say thank you very much for making your knowledge and your time available to bring more medicine to this world. Thank you, thank you, thank you, I was fascinating and it was a pleasure to chat.
Ran Khalif
you are welcome. It’s a right.
Ran Hakimi
That’s it for today beloveds. I’m glad you stayed until the end of the episode, I hope you found value in my conversation with Ran, as usual, to say that if you did, please share this episode even if it’s with one person so that we can bring a little more medicine, freedom and sovereignty into this world, have a great week, and see you next week.

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Links to things discussed in the episode:
Locating doctors specializing in amalgam/mercury removal

Teeth protecting powder

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