Hello athletes, welcome and thank you for tuning into the Coach Katie Danger Podcast recorded live from Omaha, Nebraska. I'm your host, Coach Katie Danger, U S army veteran, fitness coach and founder of Red H Nutrition. Here's a fact for you, 99% of us are not elite athletes. We're individuals from all backgrounds, juggling life priorities, including jobs, our families, their needs, and trying to find time to take care of ourselves every single week. When you tune in, I'll be discussing clear, concise and actionable strategies you can use to get the most from your fitness, nutrition, and mindset. So you can optimize your life without compromising your time. So athletes settle in and get comfortable. I'm here to educate, inspire, empower, and entertain you to help you enjoy the unique fitness journey that you are on.
(00:53): Hey, Hey athletes, what is up? It is coach Katie danger and I'm coming alive for episode number 78 of the coach, Katie and your podcast. I have got some really, really cool information for you today. So maybe you were intrigued by the title of this
(01:06): Episode. It is called the miracle treatment for ruin joints question mark. And I will get into what led me to Prolozone therapy, because that is what this miracle cure. I'm putting miracle in quotes, because I mean, I got to get your attention. I got to get you keyed up and tuned in if you want to get this information. And I really believe that this information is very valuable and it has already been incredibly beneficial to me, even a few hours. Post-Treatment and if you're interested, I want you to listen because this could be a way that you regenerate your joints repair and rebuild cartilage. Yes, it is possible. It is possible decreased inflammation. If you've had chronic injuries, back pain, neck pain, knee pain, joint ligament pain in the wrist, you've got arthritis like pretty much anything Prolozone therapy could be an alternative solution for you.
(01:57): It is natural. It is holistic does not require surgery. You do not have to get a doctor's note or a referral to get it done. It's available and it's out there. And I tried it and I loved it. But before I get into the awesome stuff, I always want to make sure that I preface you with what's going on here at reddish nutrition. And then of course, with coach Katie danger, myself, and what I'm doing, I was able to bring on a few more clients for the metabolic amplification formula. And with that, I have a new problem. I have a new problem. I'm going to be bringing on two new assistant coaches and they already know who they are. And if you're listening, I'm really looking forward to starting to work with you. So as the coaching businesses grown, as I've been able to show people that, Hey, I can help you get from point a to point B.
(02:41): It's just growing. You know, referrals are coming in. People are letting their friends know their family members know, and they're realizing that life and your diet don't have to be two separate things, right? You don't have to like live in this box of the food you eat and then try to fit it into your lifestyle. They're the same thing. And they should work together. And any coach worth their salt should be able to come up with a workout nutrition plan. That makes sense for your life. So you have to like shove a square into a circle. Cause we all know that those, if the piece doesn't fit the piece doesn't fit and trying to shove things into a place that doesn't fit, it only gets more frustrating and it just doesn't work. So if you're interested in joining the metabolic amplification formula, I highly agree, courage you to go to coach Katie danger.com, click on the schedule, your free health and fitness assessment.
(03:27): We'll chat. I want to find out more about you. I got to know about you. I'm not going to be, we are not all going to be a good fit for each other, but this is the place we started. And if for some reason we aren't a good fit, I will make sure that I refer you to somebody who can help, you know, depending on what's going on in your life and where you want to go with your goals. But if you've got goals that have to do with accountability, building muscle burning fat, and finally getting quick, but sustainable results, metabolic amplification, formula.com, schedule your free health and fitness assessment. You can also do it at my website, coach Katie dangers.com. Okay. So that's the coaching. Now let's talk about the next 30 day challenge. So in addition to the one-on-one coaching, if one-on-one coaching, isn't something that you are ready investment wise or time-wise to do.
(04:13): I have a full sensory challenge, and this is a 30 day challenge. This month for August, we focus on low-level heart rate training. This specifically is designed to help burn fat. So fat, the fat molecule has to be oxidized. And one thing that we don't do enough of is low level heart rate training, cardiovascular training, and doesn't have to be like cross it doesn't be high intensity interval training, be great for fat loss. It's really good for longevity of your cardiovascular system and the body was meant to move. So that is what the first challenge was all about. We also focused on a high protein diet. So wherever you're at, he liked to eat. None of that had to be modified or restricted. All we did is we balanced macronutrients, protein, fats, and carbs, and increased our protein intake. So we could improve our musculature and really make sure that we are getting the protein we need to repair and rebuild our muscles.
(05:06): Protein is a nutrient that I think that people don't get it enough of because there's just fat and there's carbs in everything, even healthy stuff, right? But our world is a processed fast food world. And generally we're going to be talking about fats and carbohydrates and not the good. So the full seven 30 challenge August challenges is finishing up. I have great reviews. We're only taking 15 people. So if you want in on September's challenge, here's what it's about. We are going to be doing, I wouldn't say it's a whole 180, but it's close. Maybe 90 degree turn. We're going to be focusing on high intensity interval training. And with that, we're going to be focusing on a diet that is programmed for high quality fats and proteins. So it's going to be about 40, 45% fat, 30% protein, and maybe 15 to 20% carbs.
(05:51): Your carbs are going to come from whole food. Sources is little processed, sugar and grains is net as possible. So vegetables, fruits, high quality sources like that for your carbs. And then for the fats and proteins, this is where we are using an energy system for high intensity interval training, and then fueling that energy systems. So that is going to be our fuel. And I really want, are you onboard for September's challenge? I got 12 out of 15 left. I've got three sign-ups in the past day. So if you have one of those slots, full center, challenge.com , get yourself signed up. I'd love to see you. And this is something that we'll do, you know, for the rest of it. As long as we have good results and continue to be able to put plans together. That makes sense for what people want.
(06:32): And maybe this challenges for you. Maybe you're not that interested in a high intensity interval training, or maybe not that altering your food intake to be higher quality fats and proteins. And that's okay. Check back again. Yeah. Next month, because this is like giving people new tools in their toolbox, providing them new information, new weapons in order to overcome obstacles. And then if you want to stick around, I've got a lot of people that are going to continue on from August challenge because now they want to see, okay, I've done. Low-Level heart rate training. Now, what can I do if I start adding hit training back in and use my fat for fuel sources, because with high intensity interval training, we've got a different energy system that's being used by the body. It's not an aerobic engine necessarily. It's a creatine and phosphate creatine, and then the glycolytic energy system.
(07:15): So that's the general idea of September's challenge. And I want you, I want you in there. So get in there now if you're not in, okay. So here's what I did today. Here's what I've been dealing with. This will kind of give you a little abstract narrative. Two. The reason why I did Prolozone therapy, I've been really struggling with joint pain and 36, I eat, well, I move, I exercise. And like, I don't have any catastrophic injuries. I have never been in a major car accident before. Like I would say the Morse thing that's ever happened in my body was probably airborne school. When I jumped out of airplanes for fun, like who does that? There's not so much to jumping out of airplanes. It's the landing part of that hurts the most. So we saw, oh my God. And in airborne school, like, I'm so grateful that I didn't break it.
(07:57): Anything because like left and right falling out of airplanes, people are breaking their knees, their backs, their hips. Oh, it was terrible. So, you know, from being the military from being a CrossFit athlete for so long, I have dealt with chronic injuries and I've done the best I can. Like I do mobility all the time. It just seems like every day it's more and more time. I'm spending, trying to do mobility and move my joints and tissues. So I'm moving through space and you know, I wake up in the morning. I still don't feel very good. And I do not like to take ibuprofen, but I didn't try out one over the weekend. So I got back into triathlons. It's my first love. It's my first sport. I found triathlons before I ever found CrossFit. So I was like my first competitive experience. So I'd like, you know, it means a little sodomy and put my hand over my heart here does it has a special place in my heart, but man, it wrecked me.
(08:40): I went to the run. So it was a 750 meter swim, a 13 mile bike ride. It was two laps around a lake. And then it ended up with a 5k and I did better than I expected to, but I had such terrible neck tension during my run. I didn't stop and actually kept a better pace than I thought. So like saying all these things, it's like, Katie, you did better than you thought you did. You, you didn't stop running. He kept a better pace. I finished third in my age group. So 35 to 39 year olds. So it was like, you know, you happy with those results, but what I'm not happy with is the way my body felt so sick and tired of feeling like all the time. When I wake up, I have to test different pillows. Like my net goes through these phases where it feels good.
(09:21): And then I'm like putting laundry in the dryer and something slips out. Like my rib comes out or, or my net gets tweaked and it can just be a nightmare. So it always seems like I'm trying to manage my neck pain. And I talk about my neck more here, but I have lower back. I mean, chronic stiffness intention in my lower back. And then my knees are a little crunchy. They've got that crepitus. But like I said, I've never had any major injuries we're seeing over done is I got a concussion on one of my airborne jumps when I fell and I hit my head. I did have a helmet on though, but still that whiplash and that I saw stars. I've never seen stars like that before. So I know, I know that there is some things that just are not healing and it appears that they're only getting more aggravated.
(10:00): I'm not doing crazy workouts anymore. I say crazy. It's like, I'm not going to CrossFit. You know, I'm not going 20 minutes balls to the wall am wrap as fast as I can. I do a lot of bodybuilding training. I do a lot of interval training at home on the treadmill. And then of course, some cardiovascular steady state training for triathlons. But I just, I don't know why my body has to feel like all the time. So I do what I can. If you guys listen to this podcast, you know, I try lots of things. I'll try almost anything. Once it really will supplements therapies. The only thing I won't do that one surgery I'm like, what are they going to do surgery on for a stiff back? You know, I don't have a slip disc. I've had x-rays before to rule those things out.
(10:35): I did have an x-ray on my neck and C5, C6 and C7. I've got some vertebral digital, but nothing that was like abnormal for so many months and somebody with my activity level. So it's like, okay, cool. You know, I don't have anything. I mean, it's a relief to know that there's nothing that needs to be like surgically repaired, right? Like no, no bone on bone action, but also still kind of frustrating. It's like, why do I feel like crap all the time? So I go to a chiropractor once a week, Dr. Leslie Martin here in Omaha. She is super awesome. If you guys go to a chiropractor, one of the last things you, you ever want to hear it from a doctor too, is like, you need to stop what you're doing. Like, oh, you got pain. You need to stop what you're doing and rest well, if you've rested before you know that, as soon as you get back to what you're doing, some of that pain might come back.
(11:18): Whether it's acute or chronic, it comes back and it's frustrating, but Leslie's great. Leslie's an athlete. She's a former high level powerlifter. She is an Ironman athlete. She has done iron mans before I trust her opinion. I love for guidance. And I know she's an athlete. So when we talk about things, I know that she that's it. And that's what I want from a provider. So she has been struggling with some knee pain of her own, like so bad that she couldn't even go down the stairs. She couldn't even take her dog. It was just too debilitating. So she find it to pull the trigger on this Prolozone therapy. And so she tells me about it. Cause I mean, I go in there once a week and I'm like, Leslie, my neck hurts. Why? So she does her adjustments, but we're not to need long-term relief because like inflammation is not getting taken care of my bones and my joints are being back in place.
(12:00): But my inflammation and just unable to relieve this chronic inflammation, for whatever reason, it just won't heal. And I had enough, I had enough. So she tells me her Prolozone and she got it done. And then I went in the following Monday and she's like, Katie, like it worked like my knees. I'm able to walk the dogs again. I mean, so she went from like a nine, like not even be able to walk down her steps to a two. So if we're talking a one to 10 scale of pain, of course this is relative, right? Like pain is a subjective scale. But when somebody tells you that they couldn't even go on their steps, she to crawl down her steps and now she's two or a three level of pain. And she's just able to kind of go through her day without thinking about her pain.
(12:39): That's huge. And I'm like, you got to tell me more about this. I want to know, because if I could stop thinking about my neck pain for even a second in time, it would be awesome. Like just a little bit of relief is all I'm asking. So I scheduled my appointment supposed to have it last week. Unfortunately the nurse practitioner was sick, so I had to reschedule it and I got it done today. I got it done today. But before I tell you about my personal experience, I got a bunch of literature and I just wanted to talk about it. It's so relevant and fresh in my mind. I wanted to make sure that I share it all with you. So you get to feel the emotion behind it. You know how I feel. And then you know how I am now injection therapy. Okay.
(13:17): So here is a Prolozone therapy. I'm going to read some of this verbiage from literature. So I do apologize if I sound a little, you know, like a little medical or sterile in the way that I talk, but this is important. This is important. Okay. Cause I will get to my personal experience, but here's the deal. So Prolozone therapy are ligaments and joints. They deteriorate with age overused. And then sometimes if we put on too much body fat body weight, that can take a toll on our joints as well. So as ligaments, age, they lose elasticity and they start to pull away from the lining of the bone. Now this space is filled with new bone and it can result in things like bone spurs and then general deterioration of the joints. Ligaments generally have a poor blood supply, which further deteriorates them with them.
(14:00): And then, you know, then we continue to do the things we do, whether it's activity or there's new injuries that come to them currently injured sites, it's just bad combo, right? Like it is a one, two punch knockout. Good luck healing. Okay. So we're trying to heal, but we've already gotten degeneration going on, you know, unless you're a baby born, yay. Today, you've got some degeneration in your joints. It is just a fact. It is a matter of fact. And I don't mean to alarm you because that doesn't necessarily mean you're going to hurt like I did. But if you're living, I suspect that there's some place on your body. Maybe your neck, your back, your knees, your ankles, your wrists, your shoulder, something on you hurts and you wish you could make it stop hurting. You wish you don't just want to like make it stop hurting because you can take pills for that.
(14:45): You can take pills to take some of the pain away. But at the end of the day, you're like, I'm just taking this pill. It's just abandoned it. Ain't going to actually fix it. I wanted something that fixed it, but I'm like, I'm not a good candidate for, you know, the replacement surgery. And I got no reason to have a neck fusion or a spinal fusion. So it's like, what do I do? Prolozone therapy, my friends. Okay. So Dr. Frank Shallenberger, he is the pioneer of Prolozone therapy. And this is what he states, he says that many painful joints can be repaired. Keyword repaired using Prolozone therapy. And the primary reason for pain and joints is damaged to connective tissue within the joint. As we age our repair processes slow. And when this wear and tear exceeds repaired that we were able to do on our body, the joints is going to be more susceptible to future injuries.
(15:29): And it's just not going to be able to heal like it just get stopped in its tracks. You can take all of the BCAA as you want and take all the anti-inflammatories you want. But at the end of the day, it's just not healing. You know, at one point you were here where you were good and now you're here and you might have been able to get just a little bit back to center, but you just can't get back to normal. You can't repair it. So Prolozone is an injection technique. Yeah, it's a needle and it's used to heal joints and ligaments. So here is what I experienced. So going to the office, she asked me a few questions. She asked what I knew about Prolozone and I mean, if you Google it, like I got this article, it's actually by Dr. Shellenberger himself from May, 2011 from the journal of prolotherapy.
(16:08): And how many pages is this article? It's like 10 pages long. So it gives a really detailed breakdown of what Prolozone therapy is. But here's my experience in the office. I go in there and she asks how many sites? Well, the first thing that I want to do is like I'm high neck pain sucks. I need this taken care of, I got so much inflammation. I don't want to do with it anymore. Massage doesn't work, heat and ice doesn't work. I have a profaned like kind of tying the works a little bit. It lets me like sit at my desk without constantly moving my neck around. Just always so uncomfortable in my neck. But I asked, I said, you know, perfect world. I would love to do my neck, my lower back and my knees in that order in terms of like priorities. So my specific provider, she will do up to three sites at one time. So it was good for me, the cost, the cost for the initial injection. So I got one in my neck, one in my lower back and then two in the knees, right? So that was four total injections. The first injection was $185. And then the subsequent injections were 160. So when I left today, I also got a military discount. It was $645 for those ones
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(18:10): American. I do not get insurance. And that is by choice. I believe that my care of my own body, the exercise that I do and the food that I feed myself, the sleep and all the other components of wellness. That's my insurance to myself. Now. I'm not saying that won't change someday. I just did get a text ironically, that today there's open enrollment in my state, but that's a personal choice right now. So the thing is though, even if you do have insurance, at least according to my provider, insurance does not cover Prolozone. So it will be an out-of-pocket expense, but if you do have an HSA, they do take HSA. So that could still be a tax deductible expense on your part. So good news for you, you know, put that in the back of your mind if you're thinking about it. So I didn't watch the needle go in.
(18:48): I kind of wanted to, but at the same time, I didn't want to. And then I was faced down for my neck and face down for my back. And then I got on my back and prompted my knees up for my knee injections and the neck didn't hurt at all. Like she put a nomination on my neck and I would say that was the most uncomfortable part. Was it kind of fell a little burning with the numbing agent. I didn't feel the needle go. I felt a pinch, but she said that in all injection sites, depending on the area and depending on the person, and then depending on the severity of inflammation and severity of the degeneration, you can experience increased pain and pressure. Okay. So in my neck, I didn't experience any increased pain or pressure in my lower back. I barely felt anything which she said is good.
(19:27): She's like, if you don't feel anything, when the ozone therapy goes in, that generally means there's not as much inflammation. And then in my knees, so my right knee is my better knee of the two. It's like my goodness. You know, it kinda sucks. So my right knee actually had the most pressure and pain on a scale of one to 10. I think at most it was an eight. I mean, and it lasted like 10 seconds, 10 seconds. I don't want to overestimate. And usually like, I'll ask for like a minute, no, it lasted like 10 seconds and then just went away. And then she did the other knee, the left knee. And it definitely wasn't as pressure, but she put, she was going to do 15 grams up to 20. And she does that variation because at 15, sometimes people can feel too much pressure on their joints and they're like, Hey, you know, I'm tapping out.
(20:09): I gotta stop. She got right to the end of the syringe. And I was like, Hey pressure. Cause she said, tell me when you start to feel pressure. And as soon as I was like, Hey Sarah, I'm feeling pressure now. She's like, okay, it's done. So she was able to get all of the injection fluid into my joints everywhere. So I was like, cool. You know what I mean? You pay for 20 grams. You want 20 grams. Right. Then here's the fun part you're supposed to move around. Like I asked her, should I go to the chiropractor? This cause I had a chiropractic appointment. I also wanted to talk to Dr. Leslie about my experience. Cause she had it done. So, you know, we have that rapport. Now we want to talk about our injections. So that was good. She's like, yes, go. And then Leslie always does some art on massage on my neck.
(20:44): So you do, you want to move around and you want to move body. Like the body was meant to move. And she says to get the ozone moving around in your body, get the actual nutrients and things in your body. You want to move around. So with the knees, it's into the capsule, we know the knee is like a capsule, right. And there's a synovial fluid or supposed to be in January. There is some joint space in there from cartilage. Like if you have a healthy knee joint, right? There's no bone on bone. So she puts it into the, to the joint. Now with my neck, she put it into kind of my trap area because ozone can spread throughout the body with that. You don't put it down directly in the neck or the cervical spine itself with my lumbar. It was the same thing.
(21:22): So it was around the lumbar spine. It wasn't in there spine. Same with the knee. Like she put it in the jar capsule, not like in the patella, right. Or in the bone somewhere. It was in the capsule. So that's what you want to do. And you do want to move around. So Sam and I are going to go for it. I cried. I see how my knees feel. But here's the wild part. Okay. I know by the time you guys listen to this, I won't be up on my Instagram page, but I took some video and okay, Leslie, you had told me, my chiropractor told me, she's like, it's going to feel like there's like water and slushy stuff like sloshing around in your knee when you squat. So I get off the table and Sarah was like, okay, do a squat, move around a little bit.
(22:00): And I squatted and you guys, it sounded like water was gushing in around my knee. It was the most wild sound. And it didn't so much feel weird, but because of the sound you're like, whoa, whoa, what was that? It was like a slushy in my knee. It was crunchy and slushy didn't hurt though. And here's the most amazing part about all of this. This is the amazing part. It is 2:10 PM in the afternoon here in Omaha. I had my appointments at nine and it was about 1930 is when my therapy actually started from start to finish. It was like 10 minutes. You know, once she had the the syringes filled with what was in, yeah, it'd be filled. I was in and out, but I don't have anything pain. Right. I've got some stiffness in my neck, which it was new, but my lower back, like I doesn't hurt.
(22:44): It's incredibly, it doesn't hurt at all. And according to this, you can see results. It's really quickly. And that's because Prolozone has an anti-inflammatory effect. So it's especially true for back pain. You can see results in less than 24 hours, like actual regenerative results. It does mention here that in major joints, like the knee, it can take time for new connective tissue to grow generally new connective tissue and cartilage is seen at around six weeks. So that's like the full effect of Prolozone therapy is about six weeks. If you've got extensive cartilage damage, I don't suspect I've got extensive cartilage damage. I mean, I know that as an athlete, I've got cartilage damage, but you know, I don't have any bone on bone. You know, there's no restrictive pain. Like I can still do everything I want just sometimes I have to take ibuprofen or I have to really wrap Nisa.
(23:27): And whether this is realistic or not, I would love to get to a point where the pain in my body. And we're like, if somebody said, how you feel today? I say, I got, I don't know, paint it anywhere. And I don't know if that's realistic. I want to believe that it is. But just being able to sit here and talk to you and not think about my neck pain, I know I'm talking about it. So I'm thinking about it, but you know what I mean? Like it's not sitting on the back on my shoulder and going, Hey, Katie, how was your neck feel? How's that vertebra? Don't you feel it back here, stinging down your neck, into your shoulder. I don't feel it. And it feels fantastic. And I'm so excited for the results. Now here's how the followup goes. So Prolozone therapy, as far as it's been studied extensively used on the needs, I would say most people have knee issues and pain of some sort.
(24:10): And a lot of people want to avoid the replacement. Cause we all know those don't last anyways. Right? So once you going to replace, like you got to get them done again, someday. Depends on your age, depending on your activity level. I don't ever want to cut into my body. I don't ever want to replace an original part of my body. I am not a vehicle. I don't want to get a new engine. I don't want to get new parts. I just want to take care of the parts that I've got. Okay. And that's why I was so drawn to Prolozone because it's not a steroid shot. It's not cortisone. Yeah. Is a, long-term potentially permanent regenerative, restorative anti-inflammatory solution. And I am just so excited to see the results. I will be back again in two weeks and we will do an injection again in each of the sites and my neck and my lower back and my knees now, depending on the severity of it.
(24:55): And then of course who you are as a human and your responsiveness to healing in general, you could need to make visits, you know, every two weeks for a couple of weeks or I could get my second injection and be like, you know what? I think I'm good for now. And then you just do like boosters every six months or so it is definitely a treatment that you have to kind of play by ear and see how you feel once a few days and weeks have gone by, after you've got your therapy. But the key here was is that I need to move. I need to move my body. I need to get these nutrients moving throughout my joints, into my system to get the best. The fact that, I mean, I think we all kind of know that the more we sit around in the Senate, more sedentary, we are the crappier, our bodies feel.
(25:31): And the more we tense up, so move, I'm going to get up and move today. But I did want to talk about Prolozone and kind of like what's actually in it. It's about oxygen utilization. So as we get older, when we camp oxygen, oxygen is needed to make our energy goes into the mitochondria. It helps snake energy. Now, when we become compromised or injured or sick, or just not feeling ourselves or tissue gets damaged, oxygen molecule actually becomes a free, radical, and a free, radical continues to damage new DNA that is wanting to be replicated and, you know, helps repair and restore joints to whether that's animalism and repairing our joints and our tissues, muscle protein. Well, it's a free, radical in our body, you know, damaging another organ. We've all got free radicals in our body. And if we let those things accumulate, that's okay.
(26:16): Or chronic illnesses and disease start to set in over the year. It's not really what happens in our thirties, forties and early fifties. It's what we do to our bodies in the thirties, forties and fifties, that will then affect us as we get older. And you all know what America and what the world is like nowadays it is fast food culture. It is soda. It is sugar is processed foods. I mean, everywhere you go, there's a McDonald's on the corner and it's just sucks. And it irritates me. And that's why I say my insurance. My insurance is my choices that I made and I do the best. I can. Obviously there may be some things in life that I'm going to have to deal with in terms of illnesses. But right now I'm doing a really good job of it managing my life. So oxygen utilization, I don't wanna get off on too big of a tangent here, oxygen utilization.
(27:01): It's how efficiently a cell or cells are good converting oxygen to energy. And as we get older, as we get in a deprived condition, oxygen is used less efficiently. So what we can't do is we're not converting this oxygen into energy well enough. And it sits in our body and it creates free radicals. And it starts to damage us as we want to repair and rebuild tissues. So with Prolozone part of that word, Prolozone procaine and ozone it's ozone, and what happens is it's three oxygen molecules, and it's very unstable, but when it gets into our joints, because we have electrical stimulation in our bodies, right? We've got muscle contractions, we've got nerve signals going back and forth. This electrical signal, no we'll break apart. The ozone model, oh three, right? We've got three oxygen molecules. And then when that happens, the oxygen is a freely available in our bodies to be used as energy is anti-inflammation.
(27:54): I mean, that's the layman's way of understanding. This is it's ozone therapy, it's a detoxification, it's restorative or regenerative, and it helps get oxygen into our joints to decrease inflammation quickly, and then put our body in a state where it can repair and rebuild the tissue and the cartilage and the ligaments. So we feel better. And it's not just another band-aid, it's not just a, an anti-inflammatory pill that you take. This is a long-term solution. That's why I was so intrigued by it. And I just had to try it. And of course, I had to tell you guys about it now, the individual that does it, Sarah she's a nurse practitioner. It has her own clinic. So she does a lot of other holistic services like IV therapy, chelation therapy, hyperbaric oxygen, ozone therapy, in which you sit in a chamber, which I've done ozone therapy in a chamber, I've done hyperbaric oxygen chamber therapy.
(28:40): I've done IV therapy before I've tried so many things hadn't tried and I'm really, really happy with it so far. And I will go back in two weeks and I will get it done again. And then we'll see how long-term the results are for me. If I were you right now, knowing that what I know, if I could like force you to Google, Prolozone locally for you, I would say do it. If you've got any pain in your body, Prolozone therapy can help you. It's really awesome. It's really awesome. And I know, I know that it's only been just a few hours since I've had it done. You know, I did, I had done like 9:30 AM. It's two 18 right now, but it worked like, it lived up to the hype that my chiropractor told me about. So check it out, do a Google search Prolozone therapy near me or whatever, and, and just Google it to Dr.
(29:31): Frank Shellenberger. He is the pioneer of it. He put all this together. It's awesome. It's awesome. It's going to help you repair regenerate your joints in and the other damaged tissues and alleviate pain. Isn't that what we all want to do? We all want to live our lives. Pain-Free pain puts us in a place where we can't be creative, where it stifles us. It takes away a lot of our brain power and it can keep us limited mobility. And then kind of when you put all those things together, the limitations, the frustrations, and then like the legitimate physical pain, we can get stuck in a rut. It can lead to mental depression, anxiety, and that's not anything anybody should ever have to live with. Our bodies were meant to move. You are human and you deserve to be pain-free. And I really think that it's possible.
(30:14): I would highly suggest you go and you check out Prolozone therapy as soon as you possibly can. And try it for yourself. Try it for yourself. If you got an HSA card, that's even more awesome. Cause it'll be tax deductible, but yeah, give it a shot. I'm super, super happy with it. And looking forward to the two weeks when I go again, but athletes, you know, I'm always here to help you with anything that you're trying to do. Whether it's alleviate pain, lose the belly, fat, get strong, or just incorporate sustainable lifestyle, habits and behaviors that can little by little, 1% put you in an amazing position to be the best person you can ever possibly be. That's why I do everything that I do. That's why I go and get these silly injections. That's why I go to the chiropractor. That's why I eat well.
(30:56): It's why I talk to you. I want to be the best human being I possibly can. That means mentally, emotionally, physically, spiritually relationship wise, whatever dimension you can possibly think of in terms of wellness. That's who I want to be in my life. And I want to share all of the ways that I'm doing that for myself, with you, because sharing is caring. Friends, tell friends. So I'm telling you in the meantime, if you want to learn more about my coaching programs, you want to work with me and my assistant coaches. I want you to go to metabolic amplification, formula.com, or just go to coach Katie danger.com. Schedule your free health and fitness assessment is 30 minutes. It's free. You will meet me or one of my assistant coaches. And we will learn more about you. We'll find out what makes you tick. We will find out what your deep desirable goals are and why they really matter, and then be able to craft a program for you that actually works not only quickly, but sustainably.
(31:47): And that is where you want to be, right? You want to be sustainable no more. Yo-Yo dieting, no more backtracking. You get the results you want and they stick once. And for all. And if you're interested in a 30 day challenge, full send 30 challenge.com. I still got spots left for September. So hopefully you listen to this in time, but otherwise, if you listen to this in advance, he listened to it. Months, years down the road can always go to full seven 30 challenge.com and see what next month's challenges, because we're always going to be changing the game just a little bit, because it's all about putting more tools in your toolbox. You have more information. Information is power and the more, you know, the more, you know, right, the better decisions
(32:22): You can make, but yourself. So this is episode number 78, and I'm going to be signing off before I sign off. I want to leave you with a few things. I want you to believe in yourself. I want you to trust the process. I want you to believe in the journey. And the last thing is don't ever, ever, ever quit. Don't ever quit on yourself. Whatever you want on this life, you can have it. You just have to be willing to stay the course. Believe in yourself. You guys athletes. This is coach Katie danger signing off for episode number 78. And in the meantime, believe in yourself. I'm gonna say it again. Believe in yourself. All right guys. Let's coach KDD over and out. We'll talk again. Next week.
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