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What an entrance.
Oh you, good to see you.
Youve procreated since last year.
That's what happens in this whole anti-aging world.I'm so privileged to be here, I'm so privileged to be your messenger. I know you didn't choose me and I didn't really choose you. I just came from a passion that something was not working right. I remember when I was a little girl, Elizabeth Taylor was on the cover of Life magazine and the reason she was on the cover of Life magazine is that nobody could believe that a woman could look good at forty. They celebrated forty. I remember thinking, gosh she's old but she looks good.
Well now forty is, you know, a lot of forty-year-olds are still living with their parents.
And then in the sixty's Gloria Steinem was a little older than I am was on the cover of People magazine because she looked good for forty and I remember her saying at a press conference that this is what forty looks like. So I'm here to tell you today that this is what sixty looks like.
Thanks to you and what youre doing, I've been devirus-ed and detoxed Ive been, um, HGH-ed and Testosterone-ed and Estrogen-ed and.I do it all, and it's so great. I feel so great. And I really believe that right now we're at a crossroads and the crossroads are a choice. And I don't know about you but I don't try to convince people anymore, it's just too exhausting. It takes too much energy. But the crossroads as you know are you can either choose where you want, you can choose fifty-year-old medicine. If thats what you want fine and take all your pharmaceutical drugs and end up in a nursing home. OR you can jump on this fast-moving train. And this fast-moving train is why we're all here. It is, it makes so much sense. I have always connected dots. That's what I do, and it makes absolute perfect sense to me that as we age and we decline that you want to put back what you've lost in the aging process. Now my husband's, um, cousin is a gynecologist, I wont even tell what part of the country so he doesn't know I'm telling the story on him. Anyway I was giving a lecture in this part of the country to women and women, by the way, are so hungry. So hungry for this information. When I give a lecture in any town always two thousand and twenty-five hundred, sometimes three thousand women show up. It is so incredible and you can hear a pin drop because they just want someone to give them some clarification. And although I never give advice what I'm able to do is say what I did for me and then direct them to one of you when I know about you and what you are doing. So anyway, my cousin, on my husband's side of the family, my cousin comes up to me after the lecture and he didn't come to the lecture because he said, I dont even have time to keep up with standard care. And I thought you are the problem.
And he said to me, Suzanne, Menopause is a natural state. Just let nature take its course. And I said, Then let us die, you won't let us die. We used to die when nature took its course, we used to die at the turn of the century at forty, forty-five and then Antibiotics and sewage and, and technology came along and we lived to sixty, sixty-five and you know now we live to ninety, one hundred, one hundred twenty, some people are going beyond that. I'll take a hundred twenty, I said, but if they're going to prolong our lives then I want to have quality of life because I think there's a racket going on right now and the rocket in standard care, well-meaning though it is - I'm not I'm not putting it down, it's well-meaning - but you don't know what you don't know. I really think at some point with all the talk about anti-aging, longevity, Bio-Identical Hormones. If I were a doctor and I didn't know anything about it and I didn't learn it in school, I'd come to one of these conferences. Id take a course. I'd go, Hey, what is that you're all talking about. So when they, when they keep us alive this long, we want to have that quality of life, but the racket is that we reach a certain age, and for women it happens so fast it's in our face, we start losing our hormones and then we lose ninety percent of our hormones over a two year period and we feel awful. And I know we're not going to live without all that I know
When we when we live this long, we don't put the warmonger back you go to the doctor you say I'm so depressed and I can't sleep and I've got allergies and my eyes are watering and my skin itches and I don't have any sex drive and I just don't feel like I used to feel, and what's the first thing that woman gets? Prozac.
There is not one woman out there with a Prozac deficiency.
And so I watch my girlfriends and you know for all of you that are in this business, you can't convince your family, right, and you can't convince your best friends because they've known you forever and what do you know. So I have all these girlfriends who are on what I call the men a POS cocktail Prozac, Ambien, Claritin, anti-anxiety pain medication for all the joint pain and hip pain and knee pain knees are going out, hips that are going out, minds that they're losing and what do they get is this menopause cocktail of all these drugs. Now for those of you who are really into this, you know that accumulation of chemicals eventually when the family doesn't want to, they feel really bad, but it's just so hard to take care of them anymore and I'm afraid if I leave her at the house that she'll set the house on fire or she runs away or he can't remember anything and so I felt so badly but I had to put them in a nursing home but it's a nice one it's a good one.
And that's the racket.