General Health

Symptoms of Excessive Thyroid Hormone

Symptoms of Excessive Thyroid Hormone

If you start taking thyroid replacement, you’ll want to watch for and report to your practitioner if you start to have any of the below symptoms after starting the replacement. My experience is that the standard lab test, called “TSH”, has to get below 1.00 before normal thyroid levels are achieved. This may falsely be […]

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Body Language

Body Language

“What kind of doctor are you?” is a question I’m often asked.  A frequent reply is that I do for humans what a mechanic does for cars. If there’s a red light on the dash, (humans call it a symptom) I put you up on the rack and hook you up to the analyzer to see […]

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Skin Cancers

Skin Cancers

There are three basic types of skin cancer: basal cell, squamous cell and melanoma. Basal cell is the most common and most benign. It does not spread to other sites although it can be disfiguring if not treated. It does not cause death. Melanoma is the most dangerous. Once it spreads to a different site, […]

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Health Freedom

Gummie Recipe

Gummie Recipe

Make your own gummies. This is an easy way to get Robynzyme into those little ones. Thank you, Becca Harmon for the recipe. Ok, you can pretty much use any homemade elderberry gummy recipe and add the Robynzyme. I added liquid vitamin C along with the Robynzyme. Here we go… Ingredients: 1/2 cup unsweetened organic […]

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Doctors Co-Opt Probiotics

Doctors Co-Opt Probiotics

Doctors Co-opt Probiotics — Beneficial Bacteria & Probiotic Research Newsletter There has always been cures for cancer-many of them. Most of you have not heard of them because they don’t make money for the drug companies,doctors,hospitals,and other vultures who make their living feeding off people with cancer. The media is complicit with this mercenary approach […]

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Whether Reports

Whether Reports

Hearts Don’t “Attack” Usually, we find ourselves in a crisis that could have been prevented. I started my medical career as an emergency room physician. I graduated, with honors, from Texas Tech University School of Medicine after doing a fellowship in Cardiovascular Pharmacology and acting as Chief Resident. One thing different I noticed from my […]

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Carotenoids – the BALi Way

Carotenoids – the BALi Way

| January 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

The 400,000 iu/day for two days is a good rescue remedy for viral infections. However, for maintenance vitamin A, you should turn to foods like dark, leafy greens, sweet potatoes, mangoes and bell peppers. Vitamin A is made using one plant carotenoid, beta carotene. However, there are a host of carotenoids that are critical to […]

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Q&A:  Hydrochloric Acid and MTHFR Gene Mutation

Q&A: Hydrochloric Acid and MTHFR Gene Mutation

| January 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

Question: Good Morning from Queensland, Australia! 😊 I’ve been keen to try Robynzymes, but went online last night & noticed it contains folic acid. I have homozygous C677T MTHFR gene mutation… is it safe for me to take? Thank you 😊 Have an awesome day! Dr. Fitt: As the role of women in the workplace changed, more and more […]

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Warning Signs of Diabetes

Warning Signs of Diabetes

| January 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

Diabetes should be classified similar to how we classify burns. Burns are classified as first, second or third degree depending on the level of penetration of the damage. A first degree burn only damages the top layer of skin called “epidermis”. An example is sunburn. Third degree burns cause damage through all layers of skin […]

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