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Scott Paton: Welcome back everybody. You are listening to the Life Enthusiast Co-Op podcast. I am your co-host, Scott Paton along with Martin Pytela, restoring vitality to you and to the planet. Hey Martin, how are you doing today?
Martin Pytela: I am doing great. Thanks for asking. How are you?
Scott Paton: I am doing awesome. The reason I am doing awesome is I got my bottle of Zymitol. Do you hear that I am jiggling it?
Martin Pytela: [laughs] Excellent sound.
Scott Paton: And I have to tell you that I immediately noticed the difference. As you know, I like to go for walks and the time of day that I tend to have… find I am at a low… my low energy time of day is between like 1 or 2 in the afternoon and 3 or 4 and I think it was the second or third day after I had started taking the Zymitol, I went for a walk and it was about that time of day; so, normally, it is kind of you know you start dragging yourself around the park, right?
Martin Pytela: Yes.
Scott Paton: And I was just like chipper and my whole body just felt good and I don’t…
Martin Pytela: Isn’t it nice to feel good?
Scott Paton: Oh, it was just great and I thought, wow, like this is really, really interesting and…
Martin Pytela: You know, I want to say many people forget what it feels like, you know, like when you are 50, 25 is a long time ago.
Scott Paton: Yes.
Martin Pytela: When was it the last time you felt this good right?
Scott Paton: That’s exactly right and yeah, I was just like, I thought, wow, this feels really good and I continued to have that really good feeling as I have been taking it.
Martin Pytela: This is what I say when we… this is what it feels like when the enzyme cascade gets activated. It has different names, you know. Some people call it the loading period, some people call it the activation dose, some people call it just the enzyme cascade activation, it amounts to the same thing.
Scott Paton: Yeah, well, and after our conversation in our last podcast with Patrick, I did something that I don’t normally do and I think it is really kind of important that we talk a little bit about it because when I read the instructions, what it says is recommended as a dietary supplement one capsule with eight ounces of liquid water… sorry, eight fluid ounces of water three times a day and so, normally what I would have done was take one three times a day, but because of what Patrick told us last time, I thought okay, I am going to take three… so, I have been taking three or four three times a day, right.
Martin Pytela: Good.
Scott Paton: And I think that’s why I saw such a difference in the beginning because I am thinking if I had just taken one, I mean I am pretty sure that my enzyme deficiency is about as deficient as it can get, right?
Martin Pytela: Well, I don’t know …
Scott Paton: I am 50 years old and…
Martin Pytela: You know you are not as far down as you think, but I acknowledge that you know after you have lived your whole life in the ordinary North American culture, up until what, last two years, when you became awake to the alternative health…
Scott Paton: Yeah.
Martin Pytela: Yeah, you have built a deficit. There is no doubt about it. You have a fairly large deficit.
Scott Paton: Yeah. So, like the… like an ordinary, normal human being, right, who is just learning about this as I am for the first time, I mean the reason that I only took… would only take one is because you know when you go to the doctor and he gives you a prescription, it is like you take… you do exactly, it is like compliance that Patrick was talking about right, if you do exactly as we say, this is good… and of course if you are taking some of these medications that people take …
Martin Pytela: Well, if you take a heart medication or a blood pressure medication…
Scott Paton: You don’t take five times what the doctor said…
Martin Pytela: That’s right. Absolutely not. No. Because you know if you take, well, whatever it is, if it is a pharmaceutical drug, you follow the prescription because three times prescription could be lethal. Those things are fairly narrow tolerance because they are poisons.
Scott Paton: Exactly. Exactly. So, some…
Martin Pytela: But that isn’t the case with enzymes.
Scott Paton: Yeah and I think probably there are some like vitamin supplements and iron and different things too that you can get as a supplement that you have to be careful not to…
Martin Pytela: Oh, absolutely. There are herbs that you can easily overdose and create trouble with and especially concentrated products such as vitamins and minerals, they can do it.
Scott Paton: Right.
Martin Pytela: Like potassium for instance. You know the thing you just described that you get tired in the afternoon, that’s actually often times potassium deficiency.
Scott Paton: Oh, okay.
Martin Pytela: You would probably give yourself a huge favor if you took some potassium either chloride or gluconate sometime around lunchtime. However, potassium pentothal is what we use to kill prisoners with. I mean if you put in too much potassium into the blood stream, the heart stops and the person dies.
Scott Paton: Right.
Martin Pytela: So, you know, careful there.
Scott Paton: So, something like Zymitol, I mean… so, I look at something like Zymitol and I think okay, it doesn’t seem to be an upper… I mean obviously…
Martin Pytela: There is not an upper limit on enzymes and let me explain that. These things are simply proteins that activate other proteins’ function. There is no toxic level on it. The only way you would know you have overdosed on enzymes is this way. Do you recall eating raw pineapple?
Scott Paton: Yes.
Martin Pytela: Do you remember that feeling, that tingly feeling it leaves in your mouth as if somebody peeled the inside of your cheeks?
Scott Paton: Yes and always wondered about that.
Martin Pytela: That’s bromelain and yeah, most likely bromelain in the pineapple and it is the feeling of the tissue, of the soft tissue of the inside of your cheek being digested by the enzymes. There is so much of that enzyme there that they actually start eating into the flesh. I mean it is not that hard, but that’s what is going on. It is peeling the top layer of your mouth.
Scott Paton: Okay, now, you just grossed me out Martin.
Martin Pytela: Oh, come on.
Scott Paton: And my pineapple is eating me.
Martin Pytela: Yeah, that’s correct. [laughs]
Scott Paton: [laughs]
Martin Pytela: Okay. Scott, if you were starting to experience that feeling in your anus…
Scott Paton: Okay.
Martin Pytela: That is a sure sign that there is undigested enzyme making it all the way to the down bottom end.
Scott Paton: Oh, I see and that’s the …
Martin Pytela: That is a sure sign of overdosing of enzymes …
Scott Paton: And that would, you would probably be having to eat like a whole bottle of Zymitol. a day for a week to get anywhere near that.
Martin Pytela: That’s right. I doubt that you could ever achieve that in your lifetime.
Scott Paton: [laughs] Well, and I have no intention of trying.
Martin Pytela: Right, but anyway, so, if there is some volunteer out there who wants to buy a 200 bottle of Zymitol. and eat it in three days. Anybody who is ready …
Scott Paton: Well, the other reason why you couldn’t do it is you have to… it says like with eight ounces of water right?
Martin Pytela: Yes.
Scott Paton: So, I mean you would be drinking an awful lot of water.
Martin Pytela: Well, what they are trying to say is you want to wash that enzyme into your stomach and through. Remember it says also to eat it 20 minutes before meals.
Scott Paton: Yeah.
Martin Pytela: If you take this enzyme with meals, it will expend most of its energy digesting the food that’s in your stomach. If you take it before meals and it goes through the stomach into the intestine, it will be absorbed and it will do most of its work systemically in your overall tissues, everywhere else in the body.
Scott Paton: Right.
Martin Pytela: They are the two benefits that this particular enzyme can be used for. We were talking about Lipalone earlier when Patrick was explaining that if you take it with meals; if digests the fat that’s in the food, if you take it ahead of meals, it will digest the fat that’s in your body. This Zymitol. has similar properties, but it addresses different aspects. It doesn’t go after fat. It goes after protein.
Scott Paton: So, you… basically what we are saying here is when you get something like Zymitol the best way to do it is to kind of load your body to take more than the minimum, in this particular case, I am taking three to four capsules three times a day.
Martin Pytela: So, you are taking 12 or so a day. Great.
Scott Paton: Great, but you told me that someone is taking a little bit more.
Martin Pytela: Oh, yeah, my friend Debra. She started as a customer. We are now friends. This is a lady that’s somewhere in her late 30s I believe and she is in the entertainment industry and she is needing to look good, feel good. You know she is… I mean she is really dependent or her career is dependent on her doing good, right?
Scott Paton: Right and looking good.
Martin Pytela: Oh, yeah, in the physical sense. Anyway, so she was asking what am I to do? What am I to do? I said, well, scar tissue, fat tissue, tiredness, take Zymitol. She is taking 30 a day, that means 10 capsules three times a day.
Scott Paton: Wow.
Martin Pytela: Yes, yeah, gasp away. That is… it’s… that means what… ten times as much as the bottle says, right?
Scott Paton: Yes.
Martin Pytela: Well, anyway, so she says, “Martin, you have no idea how hard I am able to exercise and I don’t feel pain, like I can’t tear my muscles, and my body shape is changing so fast it is amazing. I just want you to know that I am just so pleased, I am so impressed, and I just love it.”
Scott Paton: That is great.
Martin Pytela: And so I said, “Well, can you afford this?” and she said, “Well, for a while” and this is a good thing. She needs to load up. There is this loading period, which typically takes about a month to six weeks where you just need to take lots of it to have the initial deficit that you had accumulated over these years to fill the holes so to speak and then you go maintenance dose. So, it is not going to continue to be this expensive to feel this good.
Scott Paton: Right and you know what? If it really is like the key to staying in your 20s, I think it’s certainly worth checking it out and trying it out. I mean that’s the way I feel about it. We just can’t lose.
Martin Pytela: Yeah. Well, I… [laughs] yeah, why wouldn’t you want to feel good? So, feel good, not feel good… you know…
Scott Paton: You mentioned something that I had never thought of before with this friend of yours in New York and that’s she is exercising, obviously extremely active and so this is something that anyone who is athletic or wants to be as I say world class athlete or something like that should be really looking at.
Martin Pytela: Well, absolutely. Well, Zymitol specifically is formulated to go after fibrin, which is the tissue that is forming scars. When you go into the gym or never mind the gym, when you exert yourself, when you really push your muscles, you cause microtears in the muscle fibers and then the healing of that is the pain you feel the next day or the next two-three days after the exertion.
Scott Paton: Right, so, what we would call lactic acid or the…
Martin Pytela: No, no, lactic acid is what happens right away. Lactic acid is what you feel that your limbs are like made out of lead. You can’t move.
Scott Paton: Oh, I see.
Martin Pytela: It is just pain, it is the physical instant pain you feel during the exercise, but it doesn’t take the body too long to get rid of the lactic acid. What we are talking about is now the third and… second, third, and fourth day when you feel really sore. You try to get up and you just can’t or you try to walk down the stairs after you have gone hiking and you need to go backwards. You know that sort of stuff.
Scott Paton: Yeah, yep. Okay or say like my son, one of my sons… well, both my sons like to snowboard and the other one likes to ride his bike on these jumps in this park and he you know missed one jump and landed in the mud and for two days with sore ribs and sore arms and sore legs and could barely get up. So, those sort of injuries….
Martin Pytela: Yeah, if you pull a muscle that scar tissue will start to form there as a means of repairing it. So, if you have a lot of this enzyme on hand at the same time, the scarring doesn’t happen. So, you can just go right back to hard exercise. It does away with recovery. You know like normally hard training athletes don’t have a problem working out hard, but they have a problem which is going back to it because they are so sore the next day.
Scott Paton: Right. You need to have recovery time, it is so important.
Martin Pytela: Yeah. So, what we do is with these enzymes, we naturally and without any detection by any of these banned substance detectors, are able to put them back into training.
Scott Paton: Wow. There is a whole another use for this that I never even thought of.
Martin Pytela: Oh, yeah. I wish we could get our Olympic athletes onto it. They will do really, really well and some do, some don’t. Anyway, so, here goes… you know, this big bottle of Zymitol that’s $180.
Scott Paton: Now, that’s 630 capsules.
Martin Pytela: Right.
Scott Paton: I mean if you go down and you look at the grocery store and there are 50 capsules in whatever it is… I mean…
Martin Pytela: Oh, it is an excellent value for what it is. What I am trying to say is okay, $180 that’s $6 a day, right?
Scott Paton: So, one visit to Starbucks.
Martin Pytela: Is your coffee habit now $6?
Scott Paton: Well, the coffee habit and the cinnamon bun.
Martin Pytela: Oh, the bun… oh, yes, of course. There would be the biscotti on top of it.
Scott Paton: That’s right and you don’t just go there and have a coffee. You have a coffee and then you have one of those big, gooey, sweet, yummy…
Martin Pytela: Okay, forget it.
Scott Paton: Things that they have beside the coffee, right?
Martin Pytela: All right.
Scott Paton: So, I think I would be much better off not doing that and taking the Zymitol.
Martin Pytela: Yes, oh, yeah. Let’s just put it out there. Would you like to feel like hell after you have had a moment of oral pleasures…?
Scott Paton: That’s right. The sugar rush…
Martin Pytela: Yeah, the sugar rush and then well, I mean it feels wonderful in your mouth as you are chewing on it and all that or would you rather have the other 23.7 hours you are feeling like you are 25?
Scott Paton: That’s right.
Martin Pytela: Okay.
Scott Paton: Hard, hard choice for most of us, you realize that Martin?
Martin Pytela: Oh, totally. Yeah, I sympathize with you. Now, you mentioned water. You mentioned that there needs to be water drank with Zymitol, well with anything, right? There isn’t just water and water and water. They are not all made equal. Water is really not understood well because first of all most of the bottled water that is sold in stores like the Aquafina or the Dasani or all of that. Those are… well, Aquafina is the Pepsi water and Dasani is the Coca-Cola water. I mean Coke… I don’t know what is the company called… Coca-Cola right?
Scott Paton: Yeah. So, there is a hint right there.
Martin Pytela: Well, what you are buying there is the Coca-Cola minus the syrup. I mean it is the same water, just without the brown stuff.
Scott Paton: Exactly.
Martin Pytela: But anyway, without getting on that bandwagon, what I want to say is this. Your body utilizes water in two ways, one as irrigation, the other one as hydration. The irrigation that’s water that you put into your digestive system and it comes out of you through the natural waste. The hydration is the water actually goes inside of the cell. It not only washes through you, but it actually enters into the cell through this mechanism called aquaporin, which takes the water molecules one at a time…
Scott Paton: So, one H2O molecule?
Martin Pytela: Yes. One H2O through… one at a time, sort of like a string of beads.
Scott Paton: Okay. I’m with you. I understand what that looks like.
Martin Pytela: Yeah, a string of beads going through this opening called the aquaporin channel.
Scott Paton: Oh, so that has… that goes into the cell?
Martin Pytela: Yeah, inside it.
Scott Paton: And now this water leaves the cell then or…?
Martin Pytela: Same way.
Scott Paton: Same way. So, you need to have fresh water going into your cells…
Martin Pytela: Right. Oh, yeah, you need hydration because the water is the carrier for a lot of stuff. It dissolves anything that is water soluble and it moves in with the nutrients and out with the toxins.
Scott Paton: And we want toxins out of our cells.
Martin Pytela: Absolutely. Need that. So, what happens is that water that’s industrially processed, well water naturally forms hydrogen bonds. The H2O is actually the hydrion and hydroxyl, meaning the H is the negative end and the OH is the positive end and I hope I said it right of the water molecule and it tends to connect with other things and especially to connect to other molecules of water. I think I already used that metaphor before. It is sort of like kindergarten kids walking holding hands.
Scott Paton: Yeah.
Martin Pytela: You know like little huddles and that’s what these water molecules do. They like to attach to each other.
Scott Paton: They are very social.
Martin Pytela: And they form clusters and these clusters can be anything from six to 200 molecules in size.
Scott Paton: So, we are looking at like a… if we would use the analogy of a ping pong ball, as one molecule, then you could have 10 or 15 or 20 ping pong balls like glued together.
Martin Pytela: Yes, that’s right. Yeah, like grapes on a stem.
Scott Paton: Okay. Unfortunately, grapes on a stem won’t go into the cell; only one grape would go into the cell.
Martin Pytela: That’s right. So, you need to actually pull the grape off of the stem to get it through or you need to unstick the molecule out of the cluster.
Scott Paton: Right.
Martin Pytela: So, there is some amount of energy that the body has to expend on getting the water separated. So, if we drink water that’s already in the separated, unconnected state, we get much better hydration from it and this is when they talk about clustered water. It should be really called unclustered or declustered water because those are smaller clusters as opposed to bigger clusters. This water is… well, there are better waters than others and we sell all kinds of devices that actually help the water to separate. They remove those bonds out of the liquid and these devices could be something like the Precious Prills, which is a very simple bag of ceramics you could put in a jug of water or it could be something like the magnetic plates like the ADR-4 from ADR Systems, which you can just set under the glass of water or go with some fancier water.
Scott Paton: So, tell me a little bit more about some of these fancier waters.
Martin Pytela: Well, one of the products that we have is formulated by a quantum physicist and his name is Dan Nelson and he has developed, he calls it TymBak water; he has developed a laser that operates near the ultraviolet end of the spectrum and using this laser, he is able to essentially insert order into water.
Scott Paton: Wow.
Martin Pytela: He calls it TymBak because it is reversing the second law of thermodynamics, where it says everything will go from organized to disorganized.
Scott Paton: So, he is taking from disorganized and organizing it.
Martin Pytela: Yes, that’s right and what he is doing is he is able to #1 make smaller clusters and #2 actually program some information fields into it in a similar way as homeopathy would end up leaving information fields in water.
Scott Paton: And like Dr. Emoto talks an awful lot about that in…
Martin Pytela: Yes, in his book.
Scott Paton: His book…
Martin Pytela: Well, in his book and his research, his videos, “What the bleep do we know?” was the movie where he was made quite famous in the West, where he was showing how they are freezing these crystals…
Scott Paton: And the different thought patterns that went into the water.
Martin Pytela: Right and so that the… just the vibrational aspect, just the thought or emotion that goes into it will affect the outcome of the physical organization of the water as evidenced in the form of the crystal it is shaping. So, what he was showing is that you get great symmetry in positive thought forms and you get asymmetry in negative thought forms.
Scott Paton: All right; so, this TymBak water… time back water, I see.
Martin Pytela: Yeah, it is a funny spelling. T-y-m-B-a-k.
Scott Paton: Right. I just got it now when I…
Martin Pytela: It is TymBak.
Scott Paton: TymBak water. So, it is actually puts information rather than necessarily thinking good thoughts about your water to actually already is in the water.
Martin Pytela: Yes. He already technically pumps in these information fields. What he pumps into the water is the blueprint of the 35 isotopes that the human body requires in order to function correctly. For instance, in case of calcium, there are multiple isotopes so that there is a different isotope of calcium that you need for the enamel in your teeth, there is this calcium that you need for the bone in your leg.
Scott Paton: Oh, very interesting.
Martin Pytela: Yeah. There are about seven different isotopes of calcium if I remember this conversation correctly. We have it detailed on the website in an interview that Dan Nelson recorded a while back where he was trying to explain all the science behind it. It is actually quite fascinating, but you don’t need to understand all of this, sort of like you don’t need to understand how a combustion engine works to drive the car.
Scott Paton: Or the light switch works to turn on your lights.
Martin Pytela: Right. You don’t understand the electrons, that’s okay, just read. Well, similarly with this water, what you do is, you get this bottle of the concentrate. You take two ounces of the concentrate, put it into a gallon of decent quality water, something filtered anyway, and it will affect the whole gallon and you drink that slowly 4-8 ounces at a time and it will change the hydration picture of your body. I mean I have demonstrated it on myself. It was so unmistakable when I started drinking that water how much of an effect it had on me. I had a… you know, I was born with a particular fault, a congenital heart issue and sure enough I started drinking more of the water than I should have and within three days, I started hurting in that very sport where the fault is.
Scott Paton: Oh, yes.
Martin Pytela: It started… I mean I could just feel this water just digging and healing right at that one spot and it was not comfortable. So…
Scott Paton: Don’t do overdo… [laughs] don’t do overdo the water, right?
Martin Pytela: Yeah, in this case, more is not necessarily better.
Scott Paton: Unless you want to have a healing crisis.
Martin Pytela: Yeah, that’s right.
Scott Paton: And you don’t need to. I mean you could, we can do this in a nice, gentle way. We don’t have to do it in a way that it causes a sudden stress.
Martin Pytela: So, this is different from what we were saying about the enzymes because with the enzymes if you go slow and gentle, it is going to take you a year-and-a-half before you build up the… to the end of the deficit. So, it is I guess slow and steady is not always applicable to all situations.
Scott Paton: Well, we are all individuals and we all have individual needs and our bodies are the same way right, different aspects of the body need different things in different ways.
Martin Pytela: Oh, gosh yes. I advocate that to everybody. Please listen to your body if it is telling you that this is not right, stop.
Scott Paton: Cool. Well, Martin this has been just absolutely fascinating from the talking about the Zymitol and my own experiences and your friend’s experience and yours and then getting into water, which I think it is just so crucial to having a healthy life.
Martin Pytela: Indeed, yes, it is always the basics.
Scott Paton: Oh, that’s right. We always get back to the basics don’t we?
Martin Pytela: Yes, we do. Okay, folks, just remember it’s not complicated and it is… you know just do the right things and do the right things more of the time than you do the wrong things.
Scott Paton: That’s right.
Martin Pytela: It doesn’t have to be 99:1; it just… you know 60:40 is good enough.
Scott Paton: That’s right. That’s right. So, if somebody wants to know more about the TymBak water or the Zymitol on our podcast show notes page at lifeenthusiast.podomatic.com, I will have links to both of them plus a little more information for you there and so people that are interested in knowing more about it or actually trying it out, you know, you have got nothing to lose, right?
Martin Pytela: Oh, a little bit of money, but I promise you that it is not wasted.
Scott Paton: That’s right. Awesome and if you want to delve into more articles on water and on Zymitol and enzymes and that sort of thing, you can head over to Life Enthusiast Co-Op website which is www.life-enthusiast.com and there is all types of information on alternative health and the things you can do to improve your health there.
Martin Pytela: Yes indeed and if you feel like having some specific point to address, give us a call. We are at 1-866-543-3388.
Scott Paton: Awesome. All right. Well, thanks again for sharing some great information with me and our listeners and I Martin. I appreciate that and we appreciate everybody taking time out of their busy day to join us as well. You have been listening to the Life Enthusiast Co-Op podcast at lifeenthusiast.podomatic.com and we will see you next time. Bye, bye.