Reading the “Whether Report”

| June 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

So, you don’t get any passes from illness because you’re a medical professional. Yet, when you go to hospitals and medical clinics, the most unhealthy looking people are in charge of your “health care”? Personally, I pay attention to my health.

Twenty to thirty years before the stroke, “heart attack”, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, etc., there will be warning signs. You should start checking for these warning signs around age 35. Your body starts going into decline around age 27, but, you don’t start noticing it until around age 35.

MSU doctors will tell you everything is “normal” even though you feel quite ill. The battery of tests I have put together to look at early warning signs is called the “Whether Report”. A doctor trained to interpret the Whether Report can tell you if there are early signs of inflammation in your liver, whether your blood sugar is too high, if there is possibly prostate inflammation that leads to cancer, if you’re at high risk for heart attack/stoke, if your vitamin D levels are low, whether you’re producing enough hydrochloric acid and more.

Roby Mitchell & Kaci Cooper Roach

You can get the Whether Report panel done at the Any Lab Test Now facility here in Amarillo. The cost is $300 for $1200 worth of lab work. You can pick up a sheet there explaining what each lab means and which red flags to look for. Doctors here trained to interpret the Whether Report are: Kaci Cooper Roach, Mike Vineland, and Aaron J. West. Dr. Kevin Martin is in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, but will do consultations via Skype. Ben Edwards, Warden Palmer and crew are in Lubbock. Dawn Meigs Corridore of Guiding You to Wellness can also do long-distance consulting.


(MSU is a commonly used Robyism that typically stands for “make science up” or “make sh*t up”.)

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Category: General Health, Men's Health, Women's Health

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