Join John Malanca as he sits down with Al Sanchez, the owner of POLY-MVA – a 3 decade old company that has been helping patients fight cancer and other chronic diseases through mitochondrial and immune pathways.
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John Malanca 0:00
Hey everybody John Malanca here with United patience group be informed and be well and I have a special guest good friend Al Sanchez from Poly MVA. We’ll get into that out Good to see you my friend. How
Unknown Speaker 0:12
are you gonna see John, I’m doing very well and happy to see you.
John Malanca 0:16
Happy to I know, it’s been a while we should see each other conferences and now we’re, we’re, we’re sitting here in front of the camera. So hopefully, this this is starting to change. And we’re seeing that the bet going back out in public and giving each other a hug and a handshake. But
Al Sanchez 0:31
do miss that. I think it’s a big change for everybody in society. Right? It was kind of cool. And it became this. And now we’ve kind of balanced out with Okay, cool. It gives us an opportunity to see each other gives us an opportunity to share, hey, what’s new, what’s going on how you been? You’re still in the game, you’re still out there doing this. That’s the next time and when we get there. We can dispense a little pleasantries and just get to the meat of the matter. Right.
John Malanca 0:58
Exactly. So for my audience listening, as you all know, I do not only a lot with United patient group, but I do a lot in the functional and integrative cancer world as well, integrative oncology, functional medicine, etc. And really take care of the body in whole not only with what we put into it, how we eat while we sleep working out, but also prevention and God forbid if illness takes place. other modalities, I think cannabis is wonderful. I think conventional medicine is wonderful. I think integrative and functional medicine is wonderful. And if you can do a combination and see what’s out there, and what works best for your body, is why I’m I’m including Al here today, as someone that I’ve known for years, I’ve worked in the functional medicine world with him. And and then when Krim became ill, not only knowing Alan’s product, we started using his product. And so I just wanted to share with my followers other modalities out there that you can ask your doctor and do your own research on ours companies, poly NVA has been around for I want to say 30 plus years, your father was someone who passed the baton to you and and you’re doing a great job keeping his light going as well as the company that you you and your family have here. Poly MBA, can you share what is all the NBA? And generally what is it used for?
Al Sanchez 2:22
Not a problem No. And thank you for sharing and reminding you of that and why I do what I do. Again, my our mind, mother’s sister passed away cancer and that’s what brought me to this brought my dad to this, that baton got passed to me. I’m also our sanchita Jr. So I get the good that goes along with the bad. It it’s awesome to really get this place in my life. Now to understand what you just kind of summarize with integrative medicine and to be a part of it. It’s very humbling. And it has its its its mountain of joys and its valley of tears is life always does. But as my dad always said, if you can help one person, one person today that you did that, you change the world, you really did. And so I have to wake up with that. And sometimes that’s hard, as we often discussed, you struggle with that, because you want to help so many so many are suffering, so many are in need. And so many don’t know. So hopefully, ladies and gentlemen, what John has been doing out there, as he just lays it out there for you. I’m gonna lay it out there for you for all he is. And again, you’re smart enough. We’re just a resource need to talk to me and talk to Johnny and talk to anybody else in this industry. If anybody wants to charge you to talk to you, then they’re not the people who really want to help. You know, we give this information away for free. Why? Because that’s how it was given us. So how can we rightfully charge for that? I can’t know John doesn’t do that. So here it is. So all the MBA, lots of history, 30 years plus, it is a liquid dietary supplement that targets our energy, our metabolism, those funny little organelles may or may not have heard of called mitochondria. So it’s kind of the heart of our each and every cell in your body. And when all those cells are working together and have the energy to get their job done. And guess what? We stay healthy. That’s the simplest analogy I can really give to you. I can talk science to you. I can teach you an eight, eight hour 16 or 32 hour course on the whys in the house. But in a nutshell, that’s what it is. That’s how it does it so you you marry that with with what cannabis and the endocannabinoid system you marry that with what John mentioned about integrative medicine and targeting all sides. I mean, you just change the oil in your car. Right? You got a car right? Yeah.
John Malanca 4:48
That’s a great analogy. You know, putting putting putting that into your body and I talked about that with with what we put in our body food, supplement wise and Then other options and modalities, you know, not all modalities work as we have both seen, but helping attack any of the bad cells in your body is if this if this helps fantastic, Holly MBA and I know you are going there as well. Do you have to be ill to take Polly MVA?
Al Sanchez 5:23
Oh no, that’s the beauty about nutrition, nutritious supplements and nutraceuticals that I like to categorize because they’re much more specific, right? You take a multivitamin, alright, it’s a general supplement, you start taking high doses of vitamin C, you start taking high doses of curcumin, you start taking high doses of glucosamine conjoined MSN, fish oils, Cookie 10, poly MBA, cannabis. And now we start getting into very specialized areas that this is where the doctors then bring their expertise. And we integrate medicine with what I call the common sense of human cells and function.
John Malanca 6:02
And so with the poly MVA, and I kind of went away from what you were talking about, so say, patients healthy or or or not, can you share some of the benefits? Because I know it’s basically for the immune system and the immune system. And what we happens in our gut, you know, I was talking about the gut is a second brain, brain brain in the gut, and then when that’s off, and so with that, it does improve metabolic function helps the immune system, but how does it work with somebody that is actually going through something as severe as cancer? And I know you can’t make claims. But you know, you know, Corinne was using this.
Al Sanchez 6:46
The easiest thing I can say, John, the only is easy thing is, and you can share on this as well as without getting any diagnosis of some medical test or something. I don’t even know when someone’s not feeling well.
John Malanca 7:04
How do we know? Yeah, I know when I’m not feeling well, you know, my, my body’s off. I feel.
Al Sanchez 7:11
Right? Yeah. Do you have as much energy as you normally do? Okay, you got fatigue, right? And what’s probably the number one complaint in our society in this day and age is what?
Unknown Speaker 7:22
fatigue, stress, anxiety,
Al Sanchez 7:24
depression, can’t sleep. So all those the energy, are you going, you just explained it for me. All those, that’s why all those things are bad for us. And that’s what all those things will play a role into. And as our energy level starts to drop, right? What’s gonna suffer because of that? Our immune system, okay, and once the immune system starts to suffer and drop off, what gets exposed to the body, and now can take hold. And then as things keep dropping, and the more that metabolic function, that energy that fatigue sets in right? Now, you know, you have a problem. You don’t know what it is necessarily, but it’s the first tell is that something’s off, you don’t feel well, well, that’s just, that’s just the easiest way to always tell how are you doing? feel great. And chances are, you’re pretty healthy. You know, I feel like crap, I haven’t been sleeping very well. And blah, blah, blah, I got this, I got aches and pains, and I don’t go to the bathroom. Well, guess what? You got a problem. So, I mean,
John Malanca 8:27
no, and so with this is what’s in it, because I know there’s vitamin B’s, and there are a few different by vitamin B, B one v two v 12. And can you break down helping when it when our body is off? You know, I do a lot with, as I mentioned with with probiotics, and how the importance of gut bacteria and bringing the body back to balance even when homeostasis with cannabis. What, you know, what is the main ingredients in poly MVA, and how does it you know, anybody listeners going through one that want to stay healthy and you know, you stay on the route that I’m going on, but also to keep energy you know, keep energy up immune system, and everything in balance. And then for some patients that may not be doing well. Can you talk about that?
Al Sanchez 9:20
So, in Pali, like you mentioned, the B vitamins, and we generally associate B vitamins with energy production. A, there’s there’s a bunch of them, right, you take a B complex in general, B, one, B, two, B, six, B, five, b 12. There’s even B 17. There’s all kinds of bees out there and they all come together as a symphony of music comes together to it doesn’t just doesn’t just take one, just a two. It takes a little bit of everybody in the village to contribute. So Poly is composed of very specific B vitamins along with an antioxidant, its water and fat soluble called alpha lipoic acid. So Dr. Annette didn’t just take these two and kind of mix them into a bottle and say these two are together, you actually put them into like the batter and put them in the oven and made a cake. Now that cake is what we call like folic acid mineral complex. And what that does, is it have all those ingredients in it. Yes, it does. But now they’re synergize. And think of synergy is whether it’s between two people or two ingredients, they can now get more things done, because they’re not individuals. Hey, maybe I’ll show up. Maybe I don’t show up. No, guess what? I’m married. I’m hooked at the hip here. I can show up all the time. And what do I get to show up and do I get to help with metabolism, because without that energy, take every single cell you have in your body all 30 trillion of them approximately, and every one of them requires energy to do its job. Now, you’re growing your toenail, not taking much energy, your heart needs to be using a whole lot of energy, your brain has to function using a whole lot of energy. So each cell in our body actually is proportion to the amount of energy it will consume and utilize and generate to do its job. So you talked about the immune system. Well, I think most of us have some point in our life. Hey, yesterday, I was feeling great. Today I woke up, I can’t even get out of bed. So tired. So what’s what’s just happened? Well, you got a bug of some sort, your immune system turned on. And it said, Guess what, ladies and gentlemen, I’m taking all our body’s energy that was normally going to be used to get up and go to work today. I’m shifting it over here to my immune system function. I gotta go make NK killer cells, I gotta go make T cells and B cells, and I gotta check out the lymphocytes. I got a lot of work to do. Oh, that energy doesn’t come out of out of thin air. Why do you get fatigued after typically, you’ve been sick for a while. Anybody here ever worked out too hard and too fast? What do you develop lactic acid? Well, guess what? That’s a byproduct of our immune system, turning itself on sucking up all this not able to produce it and it goes down a different pathway. So It cracks me up, Jonathan. It’s just it’s so fundamentally simple. And yet, understanding that and then realizing, and that’s where Dr. Garnett, who created Polly said, Hey, is there a step in this process that I can like, and facilitate and really help along this process? The answer was, yes. A wonderful story or, and happy to share it. We don’t have it in the 2030 minutes. We’re here. But that’s how Paulie MBA was born. In a quick nutshell, that’s what it is. But it’s not just some ingredients shaken in a bottle and said, Here you go. No, very specific to do a very specific job.
John Malanca 12:35
You know, it was, as I mentioned, it was we were introduced not only from working together in the in the functional medicine world, but then Karan became ill, and I’m thinking I know this product. And I know, I know how so we started taking it, I believe not only taking it for immune system for Korean, but also for energy. But I believe we use it for appetite. You know, that was one thing that when Chris and I started United Patients group why we use cannabis for her father. You know, we came across stated 40 said showed 40% of cancer patients pass a malnutrition before cancer takes over the body. And so that’s the only reason why we asked about medical cannabis for appetite stimulation. For Corinne, you know, she wasn’t eating with pancreatic cancer. And I believe this was another I guess, ingredient we put into her system to help with appetite. And is that something that you guys that it is or which is something that that we did
Al Sanchez 13:42
a little bit of both, you hit the nail right on the head again, and in understanding it. Again, not necessarily on a scientific level, you’re not this PhD nutritionist that does understand biochemistry and chemical reactions of the mitochondria and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, you simply know that it’s important that if you don’t eat if you don’t supply our body with the energy with the food, the fuel, and along with the oxygen, it takes votes, it’s like a good a good fire, oxygen and fuel to integrate fire and the heat to do it. So you got the environment and if you don’t give it if you don’t give the body the right fuel oxygen environment to do what it needs to do, and it just starts to drop off. And then when disease takes in what is what is diseases now puts more pressure on the situation which keeps dropping it further. And like you mentioned many individuals that then suffer and or pass away from malnutrition because their bodies can no longer convert their fuel and chemicals into energy to sustain their lives. I mean, you go biology one on one, right?
John Malanca 14:45
I’ve seen numerous cancer patients where food and appetite and the passion to eat I mean was zero and please please you know and it was just, you know this was eating to credit Step that’s all I can take an energy that was the most painful thing watching watching that. And, you know, so, you know, that’s why I’m a fan of combination of different modalities. And so I would never tell anybody not to go do conventional medicine. I never tell anybody not to to products like the product like cannabis products like, like others that we work with is this, would you recommend in combination with like, like cannabis and chemo, it’s not going to zero on a lot of patients say, I’m going to try this. And if this doesn’t work, then I will try cannabis or other modalities and I should you can you combine them, where it’s not going to zero out what the other what the other one is trying to do. And it’s just the same with Polly and VA.
Al Sanchez 15:42
It’s the same dolly with Ali, but also with the other nutraceuticals supplements in general, because again, nutraceuticals and dietary supplements, they’re not drugs, ooh, they’re in the category of food. They’re just very specific ingredients of food, facilitate a process that needs let’s say, like energy, like immune system, like probiotics in your digestive system, like iron for your blood. You know, I’m saying this, this is why these are not able to be tested like drugs because a drug does a very specific thing it targets is very specific pathway does this and that’s all it had done. And then nine times out of 10. There is some side effect associated with every drug on the planet. I don’t care whether it’s aspirin and Tylenol or chemotherapy and radiation. So my common sense and the common sense, and I was taught and sounds like your common sense as well is that, well, this little cell over here still needs its nutrition. And if I give it this drug that it might help, because again, a weird, I take Tylenol when I’m sore. Does it heal my body? No, but it doesn’t allow me to sleep last night when my back was sore. Of course it does is getting sleep as an important thing. But what did I do earlier today, John, and guess what I stretched I put a hot pack on my lower back. And I went on an inversion table and stressed out the compression on my lower disk because I have a blah, blah, blah that I could tell you all about. And guess what? I’m doing good. So I just integrated i that all with common sense a heat pack, some massage and an inversion table and my back is good. I don’t need to go and take some cortisone shot. I don’t need to go in. Now. Do I have to do that every every day now or every other day roughly? Since I’m in my 50s? Yes, I do.
John Malanca 17:22
Are we are we are we in our 50s? Already? How’s that? How’s that possible?
Al Sanchez 17:25
Well, the new 50s is the old 30s. Right? So let’s just stay in our 30s
Unknown Speaker 17:30
and my mind still in my 20s I look in a mirror see a picture? I’m like, oh,
John Malanca 17:37
yeah, exactly. You talked about pain? And that was a question down down the I was an ask you it towards the end of this, but I’m gonna go right into it. I work with a lot of pain patients. I work a lot of fibromyalgia patients. And I did read something about analgesic with Polly and VA is that but it wasn’t on your site? Is that something that you can that you would recommend? And I know you can’t, I guess recommend if
Al Sanchez 18:02
I can. Okay, so I can speak to it in the sense of in Alaska is the have you been a rhetorical question? Yeah. Is pain. What I’m missing,
Unknown Speaker 18:15
would you say what is pain?
Al Sanchez 18:17
What is pain? So when when when Corinne would will come up to you and smack you in the arm. Right? Okay, that was a pain at some level that was triggered by the smack, or the insult to your arm, sent a nervous signal to your head and said, ouch. Why did you go and do that? Let me well, because you were an idiot. Okay, and then your body
Unknown Speaker 18:42
if it didn’t happen that often I can tell you that. Once that I remember. I’m a quick learner. Gives me a good notice a little
Al Sanchez 18:53
hard headed. So I get hit a lot more times in the body. That’s funny. Let’s under so I’m asking this question. Because when we understand what that is, then our body sent signals over to the heart and it turned it red. Why did it turn red? All the blood flow just went over there because it said hey, all the cells communicated rush over here. And when we might need you there might need to be a repair here, right? How’s our body repairs ultimately cut itself? It gets signals the cell has to go into a different mode, they start replicating at a faster rate to seal up and seal the wound. What does that just happen out of magic don’t do that just know it’s chemistry is biology. Its metabolism, energy and all our systems coming together to work on. So we do that. That’s that’s pain. Now, pain caused by a disease pain caused by another it’s a form of an injury. And when we understand what that pain signal is, and then chronic pain, now that’s even a little bit different neuropathy, all kinds of other stuff that you can solve some we can spider down and we just don’t have time to discuss but ultimately it comes down to ironically metabolism oxygenation blood flow nutrients right? Why does the massage feel good? Because you’re you’re working that tissue in the body is rushing all this blood all this oxygen is heat What does ice do? It brings all the nutrients on the body to come over here and take care of this, the better we can do that internally, which is hard. How do you want to massage your liver you actually can do that there’s there’s ways to do it. To be honest, this is what liver support is all about. But you can’t do it like you can massage your neck muscle or your your your lower back. But there are techniques that we are now learning. This is where Chinese medicines were cannabinoids and, and cannabis and barley and all this cool stuff is coming into play. There’s lots of cool doctors out there that are going Oh, yeah. And how do they know it? Because their patients are getting better. So back to, like
John Malanca 20:58
fibromyalgia, you know, your dear friend, she’s a nurse that works here with United Patients group has for years, but has been battling Fibromyalgia for 20 something years. It’s an Invisible Man, I hate to say disease. Sorry, condition
Unknown Speaker 21:16
John Malanca 21:18
But it’s invisible condition. Because, you know, she’s someone who gets up at four in the morning to get out of bed at six. The rest of the family, the husband and the kids like Mom, you look great. Come on, pick it up. But it’s an invisible condition. And so she has tried everything from cannabis to prescriptions to other thing, is this something that you that you have seen fibromyalgia patients, or other pain patients submitted to their into their regimen for
Al Sanchez 21:50
help? I would love to talk to her because years ago, I have a lot of questions. So just say yes or no, wouldn’t be appropriate. And when we understand fibromyalgia, and then we start asking the questions of why. And then we start looking for these other causes. Trust me metabolism, and which generally generally will always show up and when it does, this is how and where only MBA plays its role. It does it it does it very well. It doesn’t very specifically. So when it’s providing the support for this little cell, nervous cell system, muscles, tissue doesn’t matter. That’s what Polly’s doing. Now you marry that with everything else the cell needs and all of a sudden, that pain goes away because now the cell can go instead of being tied up like this. The cell could go on until now. Because instead of pegging on that receptor site for that nerve constantly being irritated sending that pain signals that every time she moves octane mentally Yeah, I Vermeil just That’s a rough one but general again yeah, that’s what the one
John Malanca 22:58
I’d love love to put you together another claim that you probably cannot do but I’m big in the immune system as well from what we have just gone through the world has gone through this pandemic is this something that a lot of pain you’ve you have seen with patients and the doctors you work with have been taking is is a
Al Sanchez 23:20
preventive you know, not only from a self prevention is, that’s that’s the easy side. What’s the old adage, my mind and probably your grandma’s head? Right? An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Yeah, that’s, I was still smacked me upside the head multiple times. Because it is, it is true to the nth degree. It really is. You know, when you’re younger, you kind of whatever, grandma, but now you’re like, Yeah, you got it. Don’t Don’t let it take hold. Or anyone ever had to grow a garden or put in a new yard? Watch what happens in that first week shows up and you don’t take care of him before you know, your that nice grass you put in is over? Yeah. The immune system is our defense. like sports. So I’m a believer in in the philosophy because if the best offense is truly the best defense you know, your offense can’t stop is not the defense but the defense like in football in score. Yeah, win the game. So even if even if even if the defense recovers one fumble and scores and stops them from guess why you won the game or if anything, you at least broke even in a tie. So I’m a big big, big big believer on that side of it. I I told you what I do want to on a on a regular basis for my supplements with Polly and CO Q and it’s it’s you think people are times when they ask me when they see me take all my supplements like Are you sick? Are you okay? And I’m like, Yeah, I’m perfectly
John Malanca 24:48
you know, so funny right before we jumped on this, I took my daily hand. I said I wonder if I should and I was taking the way I take it here and I put him down like I think I’m like, I want to do a video on how I how I take myself. But you know what? Knock on wood. I have taken my supplements and I was turned on to supplements in the 70s from my Edna, who are chiropractors, and I’ve continued on this path, doing something not for everybody. I have friends who have never taken supplements, and they’re perfectly healthy for me. You know, it’s something that I’ve put and changed my oil, as you mentioned earlier with the car. I know you’re saying we’re gonna say,
Al Sanchez 25:28
well, so I’ve wrestled with this as well, because I have other individuals that don’t take anything, right. And I said, Okay, that’s cool. And I get I get that. And maybe you’re you’re eating the most nutritious diet on the planet each and every day. You never touch a drop of alcohol, or soda or a piece of Costco pizza, or Taco Bell, or McDonald’s and you’ve never done that. Oh, kudos to you. I mean, but you also live in the same environment. Maybe you live on us on an island in the Pacific Ocean, where they’ve already done the studies on Centurions and the Greeks and the Japanese. It’s different. So stress itself, just because of the stress of the modern world. Please, havoc on our body. So what happens is over the course of time, this is where it starts to play out, right? Do you remember being this we mentioned being in our 20s, where you could eat a bag of Doritos and down a two liter of Pepsi? And guess what? You didn’t gain weight? You didn’t feel a thing? You figured it was cool. And do that now, John, how you gonna feel? It makes me sick now. I still love it. I want to. Yeah, that’s I love the taste of Doritos. They’re like my favorite chip. I eat a bag of Doritos. Even one of my kids are trying to cheat wonder soon. The taste in my mouth, what happens in my gut. So it’s the course of time that plays out over when it comes to supplementation. And the only analogy that I can make sense to that to anybody is going back to the car analogy you mentioned change your oil. What if not only you change your oil. But you wash your car every week. When you’re not using it and it’s outside, you put a cover on it. When you can you take that thing and put it in the garage. Now Tom, so 10 years goes by, you really can’t tell when two years go by and let’s let’s say you had a 65 Mustang, you did that with one two years go by and be like, looks pretty good. 30 years go by now that that 65 Mustang is 50 plus years old 1600 cheese. And all sudden, how does it look? Is it still 60 years old and old? Yeah, little things fading here and there, of course. But that thing is immaculate. And it will make the difference. In 60 years in the short term, you won’t see it and you can’t see inside someone else’s body. Their terrain might be all jacked up. And when they do get sick, and I think that’s what COVID really exposed to so many people. You thought you were healthy. No, you weren’t. Your immune system was not prepared. And look what happens when it’s not. Well, how can these other people like breeze through it? Because they’re sitting there, their immune system was one able to respond and or two or both, they were prepared. So that’s how you combat this. And prevention is so key. Good.
John Malanca 28:14
I’m a 67 Mustang. So getting up there myself. Okay. How do you take it because I know we took it a few different ways the bottle that’s over your right shoulder there is a oral bottle that you and I know tablespoon like you would do with costs are? Current also did it IV she did not do injections, but I know she did it through IV. So can you talk about the different ways to ingest poly MVA?
Al Sanchez 28:47
Well, the one I can speak to is the oral and my some ways I just put it in my in my coffee.
Unknown Speaker 28:54
Al Sanchez 28:56
You can take it and just put in your mouth. And again, you’ll, you’ll absorb most anything you put in your mouth, even water if you just fold it into your mouth. But again, it’s gonna go down, you’re down your intestine, get absorbed in your digestive tract get distributed, what have you. The doctors have different aspects of Nutritionals that they do in their offices very specifically when you’re depleted nutritionally. So IVs B complexes, all these other things that doctors can do. That’s what doctors do, they, they they treat disease from, from their perspective, and they can integrate the best of both worlds. So these truly advanced doctors, that’s what they do. But the simplest and easiest thing is is Yeah, half a teaspoon now that I’m when I’m quoting my 50s I take a teaspoon of it now. So and again, it plays out you know, I’ve I’ve noticed it in my peer group primarily. When I showed up to you know, the 30 year high school reunion, and you look at every other like, oh, and they look at me and go take away the facial hair and they’re like, Dude, you look the same and I’m like, Thank you Yeah. So that’s where it plays out on it plays out in the long game, not the short game. Yeah.
John Malanca 30:06
And that’s something I believe in. I mean, it’s something as I mentioned, I was turned on to supplements, chiropractic working out what you put in your body at early age. And like, you know, we just had reunion. Sad thing. I’ve done six funerals of friends. Parents in the last six weeks, just I’ve seen a lot of the same here, we kind of like laugh, it’s like, come on. But the time the one thing is like, what do you do and differently, you look like you did back in high school. And I said, You know what I, like you said, washing and waxing and putting the car in the garage or the cover and stuff like that. And that’s something that I’ve always prided myself on. And that is what keeps my balance, making sure that’s my stress relief is getting out. And I share this all the time. If you’re able to move your body, go for a walk, don’t go run a mile, you don’t need to go run a marathon, take a walk around the block, even on your stressful day stop what you’re doing just watch it in even get some vitamin D if you’re able to get some vitamin D. But in terms of vitamin D sleep, what you put in your body food as well as supplements are very important. And not everything works for everyone else but find that sweet spot what’s best for you and do some research you know, that’s why I have you on here as well. And so but I thank you for coming on out one one thing because I’ve always we’ve always had at our doctors is something that has to be prescribed by your doctor. Is it something you can buy an online help restore? Can they go to you? I mean, how does that work?
Al Sanchez 31:53
All the all the above. So you can you can visit just Halimeda calm, there’s different distributors, various certain health foods around the US as well as doctors offices, they carry that understand this. Do that because, again, you taking supplements is somewhat easy. But as we get older, they become much more specific to one, your age, your gender, and whatever family history in specifics that we might have. Everybody’s a little different. We’re all basically human. We all operate basically the same way. And then this is where the genes and lifestyle and sometimes referred to the genetics and where they were epigenetics, start playing a role in all start coming together. So the better we can do that and take care of it for ourselves over that time. It just makes it easy. So for me, like you mentioned before you taking your supplements, twice a day minimally. You know, last year when I got COVID Guess what I did them four times a day. I went from, you know half a teaspoon of barley to eight teaspoons of poly I went from, you know, 100 Mexico Q to 600. Meg’s I went from 10,000 IU of vitamin E to 50,000. I went from 2000 Vitamin C to 10,000 Vitamin C. That’s just how I’m wired. That that’s common sense to me. But again, I do this for a living like you do so for us. It’s simple. And when I was gonna raise, why am I going to like we just do and guess what? Yeah.
John Malanca 33:17
Yeah, can you I know you have your screen behind you. Can you duck down? Sure. So I can show the audience here. So fatigue target targeting protocols, increases metabolism, support and protection for radiation and chemotherapy enhances the mitochondria as well as targets, your right shoulders covering that covering, I target metabolic dysfunction. And so these are just some of the bullet points that Polly and VA can help with as well. Well,
Al Sanchez 33:48
it again, all because of that energy. So there’s no claim to disease specific anything, anything that’s going to hurt that mitochondria, we got to protect in my opinion. And that’s what even the research has shown us but do research on metabolism, or do research on on mitochondria. Then call me let’s have a discussion because I can talk about stuff and teach that stuff all day long, because
John Malanca 34:11
and you’re reachable, which which is always always great as well. But I appreciate appreciate your time. And I appreciate you, John, thank
Unknown Speaker 34:19
you so much.
John Malanca 34:20
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Unknown Speaker 35:36
Ali nba.com All the
John Malanca 35:39
m v a.com. And take a look at out there and this is John Milan with United patient group be informed and be well and thanks for being here with us. Have a great Day. Bye Bye