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Law of Parsimony – Simple Explanations to Explain Consequences

Law of Parsimony – Simple Explanations to Explain Consequences

| November 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Sooooooo, your rheumatologist does not know what causes rheumatoid arthritis (R. A.), your dermatologist does not know what causes eczema/psoriasis, your endocrinologist does not know what causes diabetes and your internist/family doctor does not know what causes high blood pressure. Is it just me or does that situation seem bizarre? Do you take your car […]

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What You Need to Know About Heart Disease

What You Need to Know About Heart Disease

| November 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Even most cardiologists (heart doctors) don’t understand that the problem is artery disease, not heart. The best article covering this is 2002 article written in the magazine, Scientific American. It describes the process chronic inflammation has on deteriorating the walls of arteries and leading to a blood clot that cuts off blood and oxygen to […]

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Q&A:  Getting Rid of Candida

Q&A: Getting Rid of Candida

| October 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Question:  Thank you for your help. It is very difficult to find anyone who understands. Is there a test for Candida that a doctor can do if you can convince them to do it? I try to read everything I can to help myself. Is it possible to get rid of the Candida? Dr. Fitt: […]

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Carpal Tunnel & Hypothyroidism

Carpal Tunnel & Hypothyroidism

| October 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Think of carpal tunnel as running an engine with no oil or playing a fiddle with a dry bow. There’s a “wristband” of ligaments that wraps around your wrist called the transverse ligament. Bundled beneath it are ligaments and the median nerve that move and innervate your fingers. Each time you flex your fingers, it’s […]

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“Curing” Rheumatoid Arthritis

“Curing” Rheumatoid Arthritis

| October 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is different from the most common form of arthritis called osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is caused by a process similar to the thinning of the brake disc on your wheels. Cartilage that normally cushions bones wears down. Joints first start to become stiff, then they become painful. This type arthritis is common in the […]

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How the Corvette Analogy Explains Diabetes

How the Corvette Analogy Explains Diabetes

| October 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Ok. I’m going to make understanding diabetes so simple that Brian Shane Bytheway and Bobby Robert can understand it. They’re all I have left of Jodi. I know, it’s like being left with Ringo and Tito. Anyway, like this Corvette, your body has to create energy in order to go 0-60 in 2.95 seconds. It uses the same basic […]

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Nerdy by Nature

Nerdy by Nature

| October 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

My brother Benny Mitchell will tell you that since I was a kid, I’ve always been interested in digging into to things to find out how things worked. Soon after Christmas presents were opened, I had them dissected to find out what was on the in inside. Unfortunate for my sister’s Barbie Dolls. I jumped at the chance […]

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Rashes are More than Skin Deep

Rashes are More than Skin Deep

| October 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Our phlebotomist at the lab told me she needed a morning off to go to the doctor. She had developed an intensely itchy rash on both forearms. One doctor had given her a steroid cream that eased the symptoms but the rash would come back with a vengeance if she stopped the cream. This happened […]

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BALi Eating for Weight Management

BALi Eating for Weight Management

| September 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

BALi eating is not a diet but a change in lifestyle based on human biochemistry and over 30 years of trial and error. I didn’t make the rules of human biochemistry. They have always been there. What I did was separate the MSU information presented by most from the reality of human biochemistry. Weight management […]

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Avoiding Sugar-Coated Red Blood Cells

Avoiding Sugar-Coated Red Blood Cells

| September 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

It seems that strokes, “heart attacks”, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, prostate cancer etc. happen all of a sudden. They don’t. These conditions are similar to your house collapsing after years of termite infestation–critter overgrowth. Critter overgrowth happens in humans also. Normally, it starts in your mid 30’s. Most do not feel symptoms significant enough to see a […]

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