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Addressing the Root Causes of Biochemical Depression

Addressing the Root Causes of Biochemical Depression

| April 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

Depression, like high blood pressure, high blood sugar and your oil light being on, is a symptom of an imbalance. Unfortunately, it is still often viewed as a character flaw or a condition that can be remedied with means other than addressing the imbalance. This leads to people not seeking help. There are many ways […]

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Heartburn is a Sign of Hydrochloric Acid Deficiency

Heartburn is a Sign of Hydrochloric Acid Deficiency

| February 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

Heartburn is actually a sign of low stomach acid and is reversed by taking a hydrochloric acid supplement like Robynzyme. Hydrochloric acid is your body’s most potent disinfectant, and is normally produced every time you eat. This keeps germs from feeding on your food and causing inflammation. Hydrochloric acid is also critical for absorbing nutrients […]

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Open Up & Say Ahh…

Open Up & Say Ahh…

| February 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

Looking at your tongue gives you an indication of if you’re not producing adequate hydrochloric acid. If you’re not producing adequate hydrochloric acid, Candida will overgrow. This will appear as a white film over the tongue. Candida produces toxins that weaken the immune system. This can manifest as mouth ulcers (Aphthous ulcers) most likely caused by […]

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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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Complete Blood Count Testing

Complete Blood Count Testing

| December 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

CBC stands for “complete blood count”. This component of your blood work evaluates the status of your red and white blood cells and your platelets. Red blood cells carry oxygen to all the other cells in the body. This oxygen is combined with thyroid hormone and blood sugar to create energy similar to the way […]

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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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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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Q & A – Protecting Against Newborn Infections

Q & A – Protecting Against Newborn Infections

| September 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

Q: Hey Dr. Mitchell, We’ve met a few times many years ago. I’m curious as a medical student now and as a father how best to protect my newborn daughter from a number of conditions I’ve personally seen in the hospital that have significant sequelae and mortality. What’s the best way to protect against pneumococcal […]

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Preventing & Reversing Osteoporosis

Preventing & Reversing Osteoporosis

| August 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Osteoporosis (Osteo=bone. Porosis = holes) is a condition similar to rotted or termite infested wood. With age, bones become fragile and brittle due to mineral loss. The condition can cause a disfigurement of the spine called “kyphosis” or “widow’s hump”. Osteoporosis is also associated with fractures of the spine and hips. About 40% of the […]

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Before the Boiling Point – What Lab Tests Should Be

Before the Boiling Point – What Lab Tests Should Be

| July 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

There are some lab numbers you need to know that your doctor is probably not testing you for. Medical school taught us to look for what I call “boiling points”. Imagine you put your hand in a pot of cold water on the stove and turn the burner on high. At some temperature, you’ll take […]

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