Suzanne Somers' 'Bombshell' medical secrets
Actress' new book on staying young
- Duration 7:12
- Date May 7, 2012
Actress' new book on staying young
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Said about your book bombshell this is a good one well they're all good but this one.
I highly urged her to read because you're the perfect age is -- really but you know I turns 65 this year and I woke up on my 65 birthday and I thought.
-- this kid I thought you know people who are 65 either retired or died and I thought I'm so nowhere near that rate has to be in a way have been approaching my health and so.
Out came another look at me I can't believe that just -- you in the commercial break seems like we're just here with your last night now bombshells -- -- sub title is explosive medical secrets that will be defying EG right.
Right so you have done all these experimental things.
-- the first woman's right to have stem cells.
Put into yourself to re create a breast I would have to that it took me three years.
There's a doctor in Japan went out when I had cancer eleven years ago they could offer me was.
Implanted as they -- yet to get them both even or something called a -- slap which they cut from hip to -- and take a muscle and move it up here and so I said so me up -- something better will come along and I heard about this doctor in Japan doctor could tarnish -- Who's successfully done is some 400 Japanese women.
Who had lost their breasts to cancer so I'm -- holding him.
I'm over here putting with an LA surgeon got to.
Something called an IRB which qualified me for clinical trial to three years.
And this August we did it and they took -- in my stomach boo -- I.
You have to have -- And this is Suzanne speak in like a centrifuge supersonic speed they whip out my stem cells.
Separated them clean them discarded the weak ones took the strongest ones in a small amount of that fat rich with.
My strong stem cells and for lack of a better term with it.
Turkey baster injected in this -- and you can.
Proof I you know I -- Internet talk -- Suzanne -- breaking through and you can see on the first episode show the procedure.
-- like to mean the biggest advancement of breast cancer and a long time and it's.
It's nice to have -- I'm a hole and it's on scarred and has feeling and it's nice to see how.
The first two weeks my hand I was showing everybody my -- senses and you've got to stop shopping if you.
It was -- family members of the tragic car yeah okay -- -- -- yeah hey -- -- and that didn't buy it out -- -- all right -- let's talk about something else he's using testosterone for half thing for prostate cancer right.
So if our men and I was just diagnosed with prostate cancer I would want to go see this doctor Abraham Morgan taller.
Out of Harvard is on the faculty of Harvard.
And I sat next -- at a dinner party a couple of years ago and we became friends and he called me earlier this year he said I just completed a small but very important study.
We find that when we are now giving men.
With active this is huge active prostate cancer who have not been treated yet some and that's the big.
We put given testosterone and their their prostate cancer is regressing mrs.
Huge and it's not like Suzanne -- saying this this is.
Adopt on the faculty of Harvard.
I always knew this -- the European doctors have been doing is -- in all of a prostate is like the breast.
We women we have ducks and that's where we make milk you guys have a -- your prostate in your docs that's -- testosterone makes food for the sperm.
So when everything you're making a lot of testosterone it's nice and small.
And as he explained to me when you lose the building block as you decline in testosterone from stress -- toxicity your aging that.
Prostate opens up looking towards building block his theory was I put it back what he's missing and the prostate goes down.
I had this is so huge burden and because men have been it's awful what happens to men who were brought so many -- diagnosed with -- -- I just chocolate and again about the reverse signs of aging right now there's this and design supplement what is that this is called TA 65 and three Nobel Prize winners.
Elizabeth Blackburn Carol Greider and -- so Rosie act.
Discovered that in every cell in our body are fifty trillion cells we make something called Telemar raised that as we age.
We lose it tell memories is what keeps telomeres -- -- calendars.
Every every now has it at tail on it you know Suzanne speak again and every time to replicate that tale that shorter -- that shorter.
So this -- -- telomeres and people report having.
Better hair better scandalous wrinkling.
More energy more youthful and -- it it's my interest.
In health is.
All about keeping the -- young and that's sure that's what I'm not TA 65 CA 65.
-- little pricey some of these things are not pricey but -- -- What kills us is heart disease and women we die of heart disease so men.
Usually as we get older like from my -- John you get hardening of the arteries rooms menaces.
If you take vitamin case everyday.
For the -- -- life.
No it does it keeps the -- soft and pliable -- -- this book is loaded with it including.
That one doctor told me about again not me that makes women have better orgasms and with men have better direction -- -- the best for.
Just I expect that stuck improvements hall hit -- set up a while since.
It is that -- -- your book you'll become best sellers are getting a quick yeah so I I'm always proud of all my books that this concert that came together in a way that.
And when he gets everybody in my book I do it's all ages and I really I looked at how our aging and I don't like it I don't like.
It's as sick it's usually ending up in the nursing home it's death is a citizen now about it.
It's exactly it used -- if you all want that what we see as a present parent on the Beijing.
What are you doing about it this book we'll tell you how I'm going to and one thing get out -- -- white blood cells because a lot faced cancer in their lives and ends on right.
Doctor -- mock her eyes out of his clinic in Florida and he was working with Ray -- up at MIT and Ray Kurzweil said.
After interviewed him he said you have to interview doctor mom to that tele network.
Doctor mom -- has been doing this in the lab their cancer resistant.
-- And they have found that there cancer resistant human beings.
And he's been taking now he finished the lab to study now he's finished the human study.
Horry takes the white blood cells of somebody who is.
Cancer resistant pants and who's the -- karma gets that injects it into the cancer person and the cancers regressing to other big changes happening.
And these are orthodox doctors doing this I'm proud to them.
Cast their information around so little job if you'd like the book it is called bombshell bombshell outline our -- -- happy birthday thank you Graham lets his left fit in do you do at 25 really good job in my research.
I have -- -- the buck thank you very much.