Tag: candida

Reducing Asthma Attacks

Reducing Asthma Attacks

| April 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

As with childhood diseases in general, the incidence of childhood asthma is on the rise. More unsettling is that asthma has become a significant cause of childhood deaths, especially among African American and Latino children. Particularly frustrating for me because it’s so easy to cure. Asthma is a manifestation of Candida overgrowth in the lungs. […]

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Q&A: Is Black Seed Oil Making Me Feel Fatigued?

Q&A: Is Black Seed Oil Making Me Feel Fatigued?

| April 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

Q: Hi Roby, I recently started taking Blackseed oil, and has made me feel fatigued and exhausted. Is that normal? Dr. Fitt: When I initially converted from allopathic to Intelligent Design medicine, I got really irritated by women telling me they felt “toxic”. One reason was that I had no physiologic reference for “toxic”. We […]

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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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Hydrochloric Acid Production Critical for Optimal Health

Hydrochloric Acid Production Critical for Optimal Health

| January 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

Stomach production of hydrochloric acid (HCl) is a big deal. HCl breaks down proteins in your food into individual amino acids–the building blocks of proteins. If HCl production is inadequate, protein digestion may be incomplete. Absorption of undigested proteins into the bloodstream can cause the immune system to react. These reactions are often mistaken for […]

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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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How Ebola Kills You

How Ebola Kills You

| November 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

One opportunity in the Ebola hysteria is to learn the basics about how the immune system works. There are two basic components of the immune system–humoral immunity and cellular immunity. An excellent analogy is “weapons of mass destruction” vs “Boots on the ground”. When our military goes on the attack, ISIS or the Taliban, for […]

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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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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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From ER Doc to Dr. Fitt

From ER Doc to Dr. Fitt

| October 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

This used to be the way I practiced medicine. No secret I’m an adrenalin junkie. Back then, car wrecks, shootings, stabbings, and “heart attacks”, made my day. I was like a duck in water when soaked in blood. Two things dampened my enthusiasm to the point of a career change that took me from $200,000/year […]

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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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