Rev. Dr. Jason Garwood joins Dr. Conners this week as they discuss Pastor Garwood’s book, Health for all of Life: A Medical Manifesto of Hope and Healing for the Nations.

No doubt, over the past century, the Western world has seen tremendous advances in medicine and technology. But what if, in our insatiable urge to progress, we have lost what it means to be healthy? What happens when Big-Pharma and Big-Government work together in an unholy union of oppression and tyranny? The fact is, we are sicker than ever, and much of our modern “healthcare” has become nothing more than death-care. We have forgotten the natural, God-given systems in the body that can often be healed by simple protocols found in creation. Meanwhile, in an era far from the days where the church was unafraid to apply biblical principles to the stewardship of our bodies, Dr. Jason Garwood has written an indispensable manifesto on the intersection of faith, Christian doctrine, and health. It is scientifically and theologically informed as well as immensely practical while avoiding the pitfalls of a false “prosperity gospel.” If you want to regain a faith-filled vision of health and healing you simply must read this book.

Here is what Dr. Conners had to say about the book:

Rev. Dr. Jason Garwood has done a fantastic job exposing society’s almost cult-like following of modern medicine. I pray that his careful, Biblical approach of explanation will help open the eyes of many believers to both the benefits of, and responsibility to, care for one’s body and lead one’s family to do the same using as many of the natural tools God has already provided.

Honestly, I’ve been so discouraged by the church’s willingness to ignore facts about aborted fetal tissue used as a base for many of the current vaccinations, it’s adherence to state mandates that violate Biblical principles, and its dependence on a medical system that is borderline idolatry. Pastor Jason clarifies the Biblical truth that God created us as His masterpiece with the abilities to heal that contemporary science has yet to understand.

About Dr. Jason Garwood

Dr. Jason Garwood has spent his career seeking to both understand and apply the Biblical worldview to every single area of life. His aim is to help pastors and churches to be better equipped to engage in the Great Commission by teaching Christians how to find their individual purpose in the Kingdom of God and learn how to identify and respond to cultural idols.

He is currently the teaching pastor at Cross & Crown Church in Northern Virginia. He is a writer and activist:

  • Jason is the author of several books, including Health for All of Life, Reconstructing the Heart, Have Yourself an Eschatological Christmas, and The Politics of Humanism
  • He has written articles for various outlets and blogs at jasongarwood.com;
  • He is the host of Cross & Crown Radio;
  • He has preached and lectured internationally, exposing the underlying errors and problems with anti-biblical worldviews, applying the Scripture to topics such as:
  • You can find him at college campuses, high schools, and political meetings and events seeding the gospel of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ

Most importantly, Jason is a devoted husband and father. He has been married to his wife, Mary, for 15 years and they have three children. He makes his home in Warrenton, Virginia.

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Dr. Kevin Conners
Hello, this is Dr Kevin Conners. Welcome to another episode of Conners Clinic Live. Today we have a special guest, Pastor Jason Garwood, who wrote a book that I endorsed. You published that, what, a year ago?

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yes, that came out in the fall of 2020, so little over a year ago.

Dr. Kevin Conners
All right. A great book titled, “Health for All of Life.” Really a book, I think it was, it’s filling a niche, really. Because Christians, Born-Again Christians in America have, to me, kind of toed the line of standard medicine.

And I remember in a church, a Baptist church a number years ago, I had to defend myself all the time for being a chiropractor, because, “Why didn’t you become a real doctor?” And you know, it’s basically like I was practicing voodoo, practicing chiropractic.

I mean, how unbelievably backwards that is when really practicing pharmakeia is practicing voodoo.

So I want to start by asking you, how did you get into, you know, being a pastor of a church, how did you get into the health and wellness thought process?

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah, that’s a good question, because it’s sort of a unique thing. I don’t know of another book that exists like it, you know, just bridging the gap between theology, doctrine, the worldview that we have in scripture, the Christian worldview, and then speaking into something like health.

Certainly, you know, politics and religion are off topic, you know, at the family dinner. But we sort of blend everything together in that. And I guess how I really got started was because of my wife. She, for most of our marriage, was just very ill, would experience disease and symptoms.

And just sort of in the evening times she would crash. She was very tired and a lot of it was diet. Of course, she needed to change what she was eating, and we all did. But for her, she struggled with Lyme and essentially figuring out what it was about Lyme, and basically she treated herself like she had cancer. What would I do if I had cancer? How do I get my body… How do I detox my body? How do I get the parasites out of there? And how do I heal my cells? And that was kind of the journey we went on maybe eight or nine years ago. And that’s kind of how it all started really for us was just, experience. We were thrown into it, thrust into it. She found some tremendous resources from Chris Wark. He wrote a book called “Chris Beat Cancer,” and there are other solid books that are out there that talk about the underlying cause of disease being lack of nutrition or some sort of imbalance, a lack of homeostasis in the body. And so kind of what happened, though, was once we got her figured out , then it was sort of on to me. “What do I need to do to be healthier?”

And taking care of our family? And how do we want to educate our kids too so they can have self-government over this area of their life? And that’s, I guess that’s kind of where it all came from. And then I was thrust into the conversation through vaccines. I did a sermon on vaccination and really just teased out the underlying issues in the worldview that’s at play here with how we view the human body.

And so that got a lot of traction on Facebook. Facebook, of course, killed that video after about almost 70,000 views, and it’s gone, nowhere to be found. And it’s secretly still on YouTube for now. But yeah, I participated in a lot of health freedom rallies even before COVID hit.

But that’s sort of the nutshell really, is how I got started. It’s just experience and working through it and then me deciding I need to take control of my health too. I can’t just leave it to the MDs who are just going to prescribe some sort of synthetic drug that’s going to mask symptoms, but not really deal with the underlying issue.

Well, we see that so often, that somebody through experiential dealings with standards of care didn’t have a solution for. When you talk about Lyme disease eight years ago, the standard of care for Lyme disease is that Chronic Lyme didn’t exist.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Now they’re starting to recognize it, but they have no treatment for it. So you had to seek out something other than the medical doctor down the street. And I like that point that you made about self-governing. You’re taking back the control of your health and you’re putting that responsibility back on you as an individual, you as a father over your family. Talk a little bit about that.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah. I think that that’s really the foundation of it all. As a pastor and a theologian, a writer, somebody who’s engaged in and the scriptures constantly and trying to navigate that for myself and of course, for our church and what we want to do with the great commission. All of those things sort of intersect together. And when you look at, for example, Galatians 5, one of the fruit of the spirit is Self-Control. So basically when it comes down to it, all of us have some sort of accountability to God as being made in his image.

And as people who are made is made in his image, we are required to act a certain way. We are required to be self-governing people. And when we come to faith in Christ and the gospel renews us and changes us and the Holy Spirit works in us, and that’s one of the foundational things that we get is we get this gift of self-government. So we get to grow in our sanctification and taking control of ourselves and our actions and how we speak of others. So everything from putting to death deeds of the body like sexual immorality or a whole host of things, we also get to put to death those things that, you know, may not be like the big, heavy sins, but it could be something as simple as gossiping about somebody. We have a responsibility before God to be accountable for our actions and even our thoughts too. The Bible tells us that even our thoughts will be judged by God.

And so that’s why I think I emphasize, especially with “Health for All of Life,” is this need to take control of it. We typically farm out our responsibilities, and children are carted off to the government schools, and you find that parents are just trying to make more and more money to get that huge house.

And, you know, the huge boat and we sort of grind it out for a lot of things that we almost miss what’s in front of us. And we kind of fail to forget, or excuse me, we fail to see what it is that is right in front of us and the blessings that God gives us. So we want to have perspective essentially. We want to give people control over their health, don’t farm it out to people. Pastors and elders shouldn’t be the only ones doing the Bible reading, for example.

You shouldn’t just farm out your responsibility for what you put in your body, whether it’s food or medicine or what have you, which usually those are the same thing. You need to not just trust in whatever TV commercials are going to come out and tell you, “Hey, if you have these symptoms, you should try this drug.”

And you know, the side effects might include your ears fall off and you can’t see anymore. But you know, maybe that issue will be resolved, so we have to take control of ourselves.

Dr. Kevin Conners
I see that as a major point. In practice, the 37 years I’ve been in practice, I think it’s part of our total depravity that we don’t want to take responsibility for things. Because then that puts a burden on us that we have to answer to God for some set of knowledge that we are to gain in order to take responsibility for that thing, whether it is our health or, I don’t want to read the Bible, I’ll let my pastor do that, or your spiritual walk, I mean we could go on and on and on. I think that’s a piece of original sin is that we want to push that responsibility on to others so that I don’t have to deal with it. Somehow it’s going to magically go away and resolve itself. And you see that, I think I just totally agree with the things that you wrote in this book is that is a major problem in the church.

And we live in an era of relative prosperity compared to other eras. And a sense of that, we can do that, when you talk about healthcare: “Well I’m just going to let the medical doctor deal with that and I’ll let him tell me what to take or tell me what to do.

I’m not going to do any of my own research.” And especially these last two years, people have been shunned and made fun of doing their own research. And I think that some Christians should stand up. The church should stand up and say, that is wrong theology right there.

Yeah, yeah. I don’t think I could say that any better, especially with pursuing knowledge and the pursuit that we have. You heard Dr. Fauci, I guess I should put that in quotes because it remains to be seen at this point.

Dr. Jason Garwood
But you know, “You question me, you question science.” Well, science invites questioning. That’s the whole point of. We’re supposed to do that.

Dr. Kevin Conners
That is the basis of science is to question.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Exactly. Yeah. Yeah.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Very sad. Very sad. Yeah, we are, we are going to pay for our ignorance. Whether it’s here or, we’re going to have to answer God for it. You see people paying for their ignorance now, making very foolish healthcare decisions and suffering greatly.

And it’s one thing if an adult does that, it’s another thing when an adult brings their child, and you talk about getting vaccinated or something like that, and going and getting, foolishly getting this, this “shot.” I don’t want to call it a vaccine.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Experiment.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Experimental. Yes, it’s just horrible.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah, yeah.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Well, what else? What was your other underlying purposes of this book? What did you want to get out to the church?

Dr. Jason Garwood
So I think if you were to, yeah, so sort of like a 30-second, and then I’ll expand upon it. At the basic level we want, as we’ve already said, we want to promote self-government. We want people to do their research, to see that what they’re being told on the television or from the NIH or, you know, all these other government-protected organizations like the CDC.

It’s not the whole story. In fact, a lot of that’s just obfuscated for financial gain. We already know about the FDA’s revolving door with Big Pharma executives and how there’s just this constant scratching each other’s back to do each other favors.

And it’s all statist control. So we all know that’s out there, but we want to try to disrupt that and we want to say, “No, that’s not the whole truth. In fact, there’s a whole lot more that you’re not being told.”

And so “Health for All of Life” is essentially, and the subtitle is It’s a medical manifesto, and it’s “A Medical Manifesto of Hope and Healing for the Nations.” So for me, as a pastor, I want to see the nations discipled.

I want to see them come to Christ. I want to see them saved. I want to see them have hope and joy and peace, walking in the light of the Lord. But part of that, though, is getting rid of some faulty theology as well.

So the book starts with an understanding of theology, a holistic and comprehensive view of the gospel. And that comprehensive view comes to us from the New Testament itself as we understand what Jesus came to do. He said that he came to inaugurate the Kingdom of God on Earth as it is in heaven.

The very first words of the gospel of Mark were repent and believe the gospel, that this kingdom of God is near, repent and believe the gospel. So we have to stop with, and this is part of again, the mission of the first couple of chapters of the book, but we have to stop viewing all of these areas of life, whether it’s politics or health, medicine, education, economics, all of these things, we have to stop viewing them as if they are just secondary issues or tertiary issues.

And the real thing is just for us to walk around like functional Buddhists being spiritually enlightened. And Francis Schaffer talks about this two stories to a house. The upper story is that story of grace, the immaterial, the spiritual.

And then we’re all stuck down here in this first floor with the material and what we see in front of us in the world. And and a lot of people just assume, well to get to the upstairs, you just sort of have to mentally put yourself there, or read your Bible and pray and then you can sort of, you know, existentially put yourself there. And the Christian worldview says, no, no, no, we are complete; we are “whole beings” is kind of the language I use in the book. We are body, soul and spirit.

We’re not simply just a body that is holding the real valuables: the soul. No, God made us whole. He made us complete. So there really is no upper and lower story in the Christian worldview. There’s just the world and we’re in it and we’re made in God’s image and we do have souls and we have a spirit.

And we also have a body. So I think a lot of Christians sort of function like Platonic Dualists. Dualism is a huge problem in our theology, where as long as you’re going to church, reading your Bible and praying everything’s fine, but don’t spend too much time at all researching health or how you can prevent cancer or how you can heal Lyme? I know, things that you have written about, excellent resources. And I want to blow that whole thinking up, and that really was my hope with the book is to say “No, we have a comprehensive kingdom that we serve the Lord Jesus Christ within, and all things matter, all things matter.”

If we’re going to teach the nations how to obey Christ, which is what Matthew 28 says, then we need to help them and equip them with a very basic view of of health. How do you get someone to understand the importance of nutrifying the body or detoxing the body or energizing the body?

That’s the three-legged stool that I talk about in the book. So that’s sort of a little bit of a longer explanation, but I think that that’s the key aspect that drove me to want to write the book, is getting the theology right, helping people to sort through why we have this big, wonderful world and God has given it to us and a lot of things. Usually, when I talk about this, I like to talk about “Creation-Based Medicine.” And Creation-Based Medicine, you think about the incredible herbs that God has given us and their healing power.

Purified water does just an unbelievable amount of good for the body. You know, all these things that God has given us in creation. We just need to figure out how to harness them, how to balance the body, how to keep things in homeostasis. But don’t reject it!

You know, don’t just stuff your body with Oreos and donuts and say, “Well, I’m going to heaven when I die.”

Dr. Kevin Conners
Yeah, yeah.

Dr. Jason Garwood
There’s more to it than that.

Dr. Kevin Conners
That’s right. I agree. Yeah. My listeners are listening to you and going, “Oh, now I know why Dr. Conners is interviewing this guy, he thinks the exact same way. Sometimes it’s good to have guests on that have a different point of view, and sometimes it’s good to have guests that are supporting our point of view. And I thank you for doing that.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Well, this book, we’ll have information on your book all over this podcast so that our listeners can get to it. Highly recommended for believers especially to really put those things together. I totally agree that we’ve been kind of living in Christendom in this dualistic nature that, “Oh, well, if we have a real problem then we get to run to the real doctor” kind of thing, but our spiritual life is separate to that.

And what you’re doing is saying, you can’t separate the systems. Our spirit, our soul, and our body are one and we need to take responsibility for all three of those things while we’re here on Earth. And yes, we trust in a Sovereign God.

But it is our responsibility to do something about it, and to know how to take care of ourselves.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Right. Yeah, and there are blueprints, and that’s the thing too to emphasize, it’s like, we’re not coming at this from an evolutionary perspective where we’re just all, you know, walking meat bags who crawled out of the pond after millions and billions of years. We’re coming at it from, “No, the body is a uniquely designed thing and God is our creator, and he’s given it to us to figure out and steward and investigate.” And that’s beautiful. It’s a good thing!

Dr. Kevin Conners
Yeah, it’s a good thing. And there’s knowledge to be gained. So we are here to study and to learn, to show ourselves approved, not just to be able to witness the words of the gospel, but to be able to have our lives be a witness for the gospel.

So being that living gospel that people can look at and see, you know, where did we put our faith in? I’ve found it amazing just the last two years. Amazing, and just very sorrowful to see professing Christians be so fearful over a virus, even if it was going to be as deadly as was originally proclaimed. I think back in history during the Black Plague, it was Christians that were going house to house, ministering to people that had just a few days to live with a disease that was so contagious that if you got it, you were pretty much guaranteed to die.

But they just looked at their purpose in ministering to people as bigger than their purpose of surviving on this Earth and living for another X amount of years. And I just see the faithlessness in people who are professing Christians.

It’s sad. And that’s really kind of what you’re bringing out in this book. That’s why I enjoyed it so much, is that you can’t separate your Sunday faith from your Monday life.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah.

Dr. Kevin Conners
They’re not two different things, and we want to do that. I think that’s part of our sinful nature.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Not taking responsibility for what God has called us to be responsible for.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah, you’re bringing up the past couple of years. I mean, we’ve all lived through quite a tumultuous time, unprecedented on every level with regard to the state’s response and control over things.

I don’t know if you saw, but this is starting to make national news, but our local hospital, it’s about ten minutes from where I’m sitting right now in my office, is going through this huge issue. Because the family wanted ivermectin, the hospital wouldn’t prescribe it.

The court, a judge, ordered it to be prescribed and they’re not doing it. So it’s this huge…it’s just insane. So when you think about unprecedented things, I mean, that’s, you know, sort of a medical technocracy has officially taken over.

And you know, to your point about the history and how Christians have responded. You know, I would love to have been able to. Well, I’ll say this before, let me preface this by saying this: Christians by and large, and there are many waking up, a lot of people are and I praise God for that. Certainly people I’ve interacted with on Gab and in other places have sort of, they see that the charade is sort of, “OK now it’s kind of a problem now,” but many Christians, instead of helping and figuring out ways to assist by taking the principles like in this book, for example, and implementing them, many Christians decided, no, we’re just going to go along with it. We’re going to wear the mask and we’re going to do what we’re told. We’re going to starve our bodies of oxygen by wearing these things all day, and who had done that before?

We haven’t seen that, not in my generation or yours. And so all this unprecedented stuff, and Christians just sort of rolled over. And I would love to have set up a stand and said, “Hey, come get educated on what you can do with Zinc and Vitamins A, B, C, the whole gamut. Chlorine Dioxide. Come learn about that and how that can help your body prophylactically deal with certain sickness and disease.” But if I would have done that, I would have been arrested, helping people on the street corner with COVID.

So we just sort of ran in the opposite direction. It’s really sad and it’s unfortunate. In fact, Florence Nightingale, one thing that impressed her about Christ was that, it’s kind of a famous quote of hers, but, “Christ always went TO the sick.”

He always went to them. He didn’t sequester himself from them. He went to them. And what a remarkable picture of what Christians could do if they had the principles that are put forth in this book and books like yours…put those principles into place and start really getting out of the, you know, the grip of the allopathic modern medicine, cabal. is what I like to call them.

Dr. Kevin Conners
It is a cabal. And we are living in the middle of cult-like thinking where people that are professing believers are just diving right in, you know, head and shoulders with it. That’s very sad.

Dr. Jason Garwood
If you’re putting an angel on the top of your tree that has a mask over it, you’re in the cult.

Dr. Kevin Conners
You’re in the cult.

Dr. Jason Garwood
You’re in the cult.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Yeah. I would wholeheartedly agree. Well, what are the main points that you want somebody to take home? When you read a book, you don’t always remember everything that you read. What are your main points that you want to hone in on?

Dr. Jason Garwood
Well, that’s good, because this is kind of the exciting part for me because I had probably read 3 -4,000 pages of material to research for this book.

I just jumped right into. My friend Bill Evans helped finance the project and he is the one who helped get the website started, healthforalloflife.com. And so there’s a lot out there.

And so you can sift through it. But I sifted through it because I wanted to try to give people a bird’s eye view, something practical they can do, action steps they can take, really just try to bring all of this wealth of information from tons of incredible doctors, Dr. Joel Wallach and Dr. Jerry Tennant and others who have been doing this for a very, very, very, very long time. Let’s pull all that together, and let’s make sure that we have a Christian worldview. And voila, there’s the book. And I really kind of after the theology part of the book, I wanted to talk about health and sickness and what it actually is and isn’t because there’s a lot of misnomers there as well. I traced a little bit of the history of the The Flexner Report of 1910, which really changed modern medicine here in the West and how that really became now a statist-controlled nightmare, as we’ve seen for the past two years.

But really, the rest of the book is just: “Here are the seven cell-building essentials,” and they’re geared around the triad of truth. The three things, Nutrify, Detoxify, and Energize, and I’m just going to walk through those a little bit briefly if that’s OK with you.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Yes, absolutely.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Just to give people an idea of what we’re talking about. And all of these things have really like a spiritual lesson that ties with it. For example, the first of the three is Nutrify. So you have Nutrify, Detoxify, and Energize.

And if you can kind of remember those three aspects, you can kind of work yourself from there. Nutrify really kind of enjoins itself to this idea that we’re supposed to feed on Christ, he’s our bread of life.

So as such, we need, the first cell-building essential is healthy nutrition. So unfortunately you, I’m sure along with our viewers, are up to speed on the devastation of the tornadoes that happened in Kentucky and even Arkansas the past few days.

And so our prayers are with them. A lot of people died and a lot of people lost things. So I don’t want this analogy to be misappropriated here, but if a tornado were to hit a home, how would you repair it?

And that’s how we view health. What do you need to do? And that first cell-building essential is healthy nutrition. You need new materials to rebuild the home. So there are certain things you need to avoid, right?

Hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils, refined sugars, excitotoxins like aspartame, MSG, those types of things are all dangerous. So there are things you just need to avoid, things you just need to stop eating. Stop consuming so much high fructose corn syrup, you know, which seems to be in everything like ketchup especially.

But there are things you do need to eat. I recommend listeners pick up the China Study by Dr. T. Colin Campbell. A wonderful study, tremendous amounts of research on nutrition and what nutrition looks like. For example, berries. I mean, berries, there are so many studies that have been done just on berries, strawberries, blueberries especially, they’re anti-cancer, incredible resources that God’s given us as food and creation. So we need to be eating the healthy stuff. But, I kind of, really the core part of healthy nutrition that first cell-building essential is the Mighty 90, the 90 for Life. That’s Dr. Joel Wallach’s research. 60 essential minerals. You got calcium, iodine, iron, magnesium, even oxygen’s and their, selenium, zinc. But you also have 16 essential vitamins. So Vitamin A, B 1-2-3-5, C, D, E, K, you have all of those. You have twelve essential amino acids as well. And then, of course, the three essential fatty acids and cholesterol. So those are the 90 essential nutrients. And a lot of Dr. Wallach’s research has been interesting because, he says, essentially all diseases can be traced back to a lack of proper nutrition.

And that’s different because if you go to the regular doctor today, they’re not going to ask you, what are you eating? You know, how are you sleeping? How much sunlight you’re getting? Are you stressed out in your life? You know, they’re not asking any of those questions. I have headaches. Well, here, just take this.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Right.

Dr. Jason Garwood
No questions about nutrition at all.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Like it’s caused from a deficiency in Imitrex or something.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Right, right. So you need those vitamins and minerals.

You need those things. Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human body, obviously found in bone and teeth, but it helps, it works well with magnesium and zinc, and all of these things. It contributes to serotonin levels in your brain and those types of things.

I think it was Dr. Glidden who said that a lack of calcium actually contributes to about 147 diseases. So that’s fascinating. Magnesium, of course, is there, it helps transferring energy, making use of proteins and so on at the cellular level.

So for us, you know, when we talk about the cell-building essentials like healthy nutrition, that’s a big one. I mean, that’s really, I think you would agree with that. That’s a huge aspect to your health is making sure your body has to have the materials if you’re going to rebuild the home.

It has to have good materials, things like humic and fulvic acid, electrolytes; they help maintain healthy cellular membranes. So you sort of zoom in to the cellular level and say, “What do these trillions of cells in my body need?” What do I need to provide for them?

Dr. Kevin Conners
Right. And you are always rebuilding the home because it’s always breaking down. These cells are dying, going through apoptosis, you’re always creating new cells. You need this on a daily basis.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah. So, and again, that goes against the whole allopathic model of convention, what we have now today, rather than naturopathic or homeopathic model of medicine, this allopathic model is built on evolution. It’s built on pagan presuppositions.

These are all just, you know, little parts that can be taken in and out of the body. So that’s why, you know, synthetic drugs, when they’re prescribed, they really only mask your symptoms. They don’t deal with the issues that are underlining.

Even the endocannabinoid system plays into that, too, with regard to helping the body, the chemical makeup in your body. So that’s the first thing. Cell-building essential number one, I’m going to try to go a little bit, go through them and people can pick up the book if they want.

But the second one, under the Nutrify heading is having a healthy hydration. So clean water, if you’re going to rebuild the home, you’ve got to have clean water. The human body’s upwards of 75% water. We use at our house of Burkey filter and we’re on well water as it is.

But drinking clean water is super, super important. Getting rid of heavy metals and fluoride and other toxins. You know, those are all aspects of having healthy water, and I would point listeners to CLO2.tv for a really wonderful documentary on chlorine dioxide.

And it’s really one of the best, safest, and most inexpensive detoxifying agents known to man. It’s not bleach, but you got Dr. Manuel Aparicio. I can’t always remember how to pronounce his last name, but he’s been treating COVID patients with it in Mexico.

But CD, chlorine dioxide, is a selective killer, destroys pathogens, viruses, which, in my view, are more of exosome secretions. But fungi, bacteria, rogue cells, it kind of loosens that envelope, the viral envelope and then it deactivates, destroys the cells.

So it’s an oxidizer. It’s something that it pushes oxygen to the cells. It enhances your metabolic functions. And it’s just a wonderful, wonderful tool and basically two parts. You get one jar and another and you combine those into chlorine dioxide, sodium chlorite and you activate it with hydrochloric acid.

So, yeah, as far as water goes, the water is incredibly important. So that’s Nutrify That’s the first triad of truth. The second one is to Detoxify. Detoxify is another leg of this health stool, and biblically, it kind of goes along with this idea of repenting of sin.

What doctor is going to tell you, “What sins have you been committing?” Because that could be aiding and abetting in your health problems and your chronic issues.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Yeah.

Dr. Jason Garwood
But healthy detoxification, that’s the third cell-building essential. You got to clear the debris if you’re going to rebuild the home. And so things like intermittent fasting are great or extended fasting burns fat. It helps with energy, reduces inflammation and inflammation, as you know, I mean, that’s really in a lot of ways, that’s the name of the game is getting your inflammation under control. Fasting helps spiritually. It helps too to just focus your thoughts. You may be in a season of stress and you need to just stop and process and think and perhaps meditate and see how God would want you to respond. Detoxing looks like a whole lot of things: liver detoxing, you know, removing those toxins. Coffee enemas are something we use in our house. It’s one of those things that nobody really likes to talk a whole lot about. But man, are they incredible for clearing out the liver!

Dr. Kevin Conners
We talk about those all the time.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Good. Good, good. Good. I suppose if people are watching, they’re familiar. Gallbladder cleanses, same thing. Don’t eat so much food.

The gallbladder, a lot of people aren’t even familiar with what it does, but essentially it’s a storage house that stores bile that helps aid in the digestive process. So don’t eat so much, so many of the foods that are inflammation-driven, too much dairy, sugar, certain oils can all contribute to that. Kidney cleanses.

All of those things are all important aspects of detoxing, detoxing the body. One of my favorite things I have actually with me right here is called Advanced TRS is made by Coseva and it’s a zeolite that some people may or may not be familiar with if you’re listening, but it’s a zeolite. It’s simply a cage-shaped structure. It’s put in water and it goes wherever water goes in your body, which is everywhere, and it basically binds to heavy metals. And when it binds those things, it helps you detox it safely from the body.

This is something, if you’ve had vaccines in the past, I personally recommend that you have this. I take it basically almost every day, just a few squirts of it and try to keep my body clear. So that’s detoxing.

The fourth cell-building essential is Healthy Immune and Lymphatic System. So you need a sewer system, you know you’ve got to have your immune system in play. I know this is a topic you are quite familiar with, too, and it’s certainly one that we need to discuss given the nature of the experimental jab that’s being forced on our population. But the immune system, you have the Cell-Mediated and a Humoral system. You have the Cell-Mediated, it’s really like the air, land and sea attack. It destroys the pathogenic material, whether that’s viruses and toxins, neurotoxins, bacterias, fungus and other things like that. It eats them, the system disarms them, it pushes them out. That’s why you get mucus or a rash on your body, or a fever. It’s ridding itself.

But then the Humoral is sort of like the communication system that comes along after the fights over. It hands a piece of that antigen from whatever toxin that was. It records it, and it basically puts it on a hit list.

And that’s what, that’s how the body knows. But with the immune system, this is the thing about vaccination, I do not mind being called an anti-vaxxer. I’m OK with it. And that’s because I think that it does more damage than good.

And I understand why they do it, but the vaccine suppresses that first line Cell-Mediated system and then it tries to activate the Humoral system so that basically you can get more antibodies produced. But the problem is you’re basically running a trick play on your body, the body that God gave you with a system that he gave you in place. So it’s essentially the two main issues with vaccination: it’s a dysregulation of the immune system, and it causes havoc, but then you also have this molecular mimicry where cells will pick up that antigen, that small genetic sequence, and it won’t be able to determine what that is with regard to the rest of the body. So that’s why…that’s why I believe vaccines cause autism. Because it starts attacking the body, and especially when it crosses the blood-brain barrier, you have neurological problems after vaccination, especially the MMR is the most notable one out of any one.

Now the new mRNA vaccine, they are basically trying to trick your DNA and the genetic sequencing therein to produce the antibodies. So it’s an even different type of vaccine. That’s why we can’t even really call it a vaccine.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Yeah, I would. I would say that the practice of standard medicine, one could argue there’s validity for it. There is a place for it, but you get into vaccines. You’re talking about a completely different worldview now.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah.

Dr. Kevin Conners
And you are basically going around everything that God, how God created your body to work, thinking that you have more knowledge than that and that you could do a better job than how God, how you were created to respond to pathogens in your environment.

There’s real danger when you start, you cross the line, you’re not walking on the fence anymore. You’ve crossed the line into a completely different worldview.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah, yeah, no, I agree. And that’s why I’m comfortable being called an anti-vaxxer because, you know, for me, I reject Darwinian evolution as an explanation for our origins.

So I biologically rejected. But even just practically as it sort of rears its ugly head today in medicine. And just how would they treat the human body and view the human body, I just reject it.

I don’t think it’s. I don’t think it’s good, I don’t think. I don’t think it works, and it causes more harm than good.

Dr. Kevin Conners
It’s anti-Christ is what it is.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah. So with that, you also, with that cell-building essential the immune and also the lymphatic system, you know, you have lymph vessels and nodes throughout your body. Lymph is that clear fluid that goes throughout, through all the way to the heart, and you have this kind of interconnected system, if you will, that really can cause a lot of problems.

If you have chronic fatigue or stiffness or, you know, bloating or brain fog, headaches, a lot of people struggle with headaches, and you might have an issue with that system. You need to have a solid sewer system and that’s really a part of your body.

The lymphatic system is a sewer system. So if you have skin problems, cellulite, those types of things, usually rebounding can help. Obviously, nutrition, herbal therapies, you know, there are a whole host of things that you can do.

So that’s the second triad, and again, this goes into more detail in the book, but just for our listeners sake, I’m going to try to be brief in the next part because the third one is Energize, and essentially that’s when we rely on the Holy Spirit.

So you need a healthy nervous system. Brain health. Don’t stay up late watching TV and eating garbage like Doritos on your couch at night because you’re not giving your nervous system what it needs to go to bed.

So meditation, omega-3 fatty acids, walnuts, walnuts are shaped like brains. I think that’s the reason why we should probably eat them. It’s good for the brain. Intermittent fasting, all of those things can help with brain health, just making sure you’re getting adequate sleep and so on.

And this is something that fascinated me in my study because I didn’t know much about it. But the autonomic nervous system is something that was really new to me and my research. And you have a sympathetic system, that is your reaction to stress.

That is when your adrenaline kicks in, the body is on, you’re sort of focused, you’re in that mode, but then you have the parasympathetic system. That’s your cooldown function, your relaxation mode, the body’s off. And a lot of those things just happen.

You know, that’s why their autonomic. You don’t tell yourself to breathe. You don’t tell yourself to pump blood. It just happens. And that’s one of the things I think that this whole COVID debacle has done is really messed with people’s autonomic nervous systems because everything’s just stressful.

Everything, you know, you can’t even just go to the store without being hassled about a mask, at least early on that’s how it was. People were having a hard time balancing that, and working from home became this new thing for a lot of people. But keeping that in balance is huge.

It helps with exercise, getting sleep. It was Dr. Bergman who said make sure you’re sleeping under 70 degrees. Don’t put your health in jeopardy by, you know, basically being irresponsible with what you’re eating and when you’re eating it and staying up late and then trying to function the next day.

Those are all aspects to that cell-building essential. Grounding is another thing. I’m doing it right now, actually, as we talk.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Got a grounding mat that you’re sitting on?

Dr. Jason Garwood
Got a grounding mat underneath. You know, just discharging the body of all those electrons that it’s acquiring through EMF exposure.

You know, that’s one of the big issues, especially with the 5G technology, which is interesting. There’s some great studies by Dr. Thomas Cowan connecting that and showing how that could be a huge, huge contributor to what we’re calling COVID-19.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Pretty scary studies.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah, we’re basically putting people in a microwave 24-7, and it’s not good. Cell-building essential six is Healthy Blood, Brain, Bones, Skin, your circulatory respiratory system, I think a lot of that’s pretty self-explanatory.

Make sure you have clean blood keeping all of those issues at bay. Hypertension, a lot of these things that doctors will just prescribe a pill for, well you can get it under control by reducing inflammation in your body, which is essentially what cholesterol does.

Cholesterol, the LDL comes and helps, the low density lipoprotein helps repair the veins, it helps the body repair. And so it’s not because of cholesterol that you have these issues it’s because you have issues with inflammation in your body, you’re eating too much McDonald’s and Taco Bell.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Right.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Perhaps. Bones and joints. This is another one that is fascinating to me that a lot of the allopathic medical doctors just don’t have right. You have osteoclasts and you have osteoblasts, the -clast and the -blast. The -clasts help take down and, you know, get rid of the unnecessary bone tissue and then osteoblasts come along and they put new bone down. Well, these drugs that they give people who have things like osteoporosis, they’re not giving the osteoblasts what they need to rebuild. So you’re not getting the nutrition, you’re not getting the things you need. You’re not getting something like calcium, which your body does need for a bone density.

And so all of those things are connected, skin health the same way, leaky gut, massive problem the way our western diet is and feeding all of these other skin diseases: acne, cold sores, psoriasis, all of those things are all connected.

And so that’s the sixth cell-building essential. And I’ll just wrap it up. The seventh one is a healthy spiritual system, and frankly, that’s the foundation of the entire house. We’ve already talked about it earlier, but we’re whole creatures, we’re made in the image of God, we’re not merely biological or merely spiritual.

We are both. So how we handle stress and adversity, joy and celebration. All of that is rooted in our world and life view. All of that’s connected to who it is God has made us to be, and so we need to have that foundation in place.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Well, that’s excellent. Well, you do a great job summarizing it, and I know people are going to want to get your book. We’ll have access to it on this podcast for everybody. Do you want to close us in prayer?

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah, yeah, absolutely. I appreciate you. I just say that too Dr. Conners having me on. I appreciate your work and massively respect what you’re doing there and helping people and really applying this stuff. So I hope you continue to minister to thousands and thousands of people.

That would be my prayer. So thank you for the opportunity to come on and talk.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Well thank you for coming. It’s just been great. It’s so neat to see. I mean, I’ve been in this fight for 30-some years and you grow weary, especially when you’re talking to believers who have already just sold out to the cult. And it’s refreshing. I was refreshed to see your book when you sent me the original copy to read and to give my endorsement for it. So I just I thank you for what you’re doing it.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Yeah, praise God. I appreciate that. And now more than ever, do we need clarity on these issues. People really need to get their understanding of terrain theory and understanding the importance of the body.

And so I really pray that your work and hopefully mine will be blessed and used by God mightily. So yeah, let’s let’s pray. Heavenly Father, we have come to you to talk and discuss these things that are most important.

And I do pray for those who are listening and watching that they would be blessed by what’s discussed here. Lord and I just pray that you would restore us and give us health. Lord we know that in your word there is a grand vision of redemption and the restoration of the world, and we certainly look forward to that. But we pray here and now that you would help us equip us so that we can be self-governed in this most important area. And Lord, we pray against the darkness. We will pray against the evil that’s bring perpetrated on us and other people across the world with this sort of globalist statist control.

We pray against it and pray that you would crush your enemies or bring them to a knowledge of you and your son, Jesus, who died for our sins and rose for our justification. Lord help us to navigate these tumultuous waters and may our time here and in the future be stewarded well and honorable to you in Christ name I pray. Amen.

Dr. Kevin Conners
Thank you, thank you, thank you, Pastor, again, appreciate all you guys listening. And we just want to bring back great guests like this and share wonderful information. Thank you again, Jason. Appreciate it.

Dr. Jason Garwood
Thank you.

Dr. Kevin Conners
All right. Bye bye.