Tag: Thyroid

Symptoms of Excessive Thyroid Hormone

Symptoms of Excessive Thyroid Hormone

| January 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

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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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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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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Q&A:  High Blood Pressure

Q&A: High Blood Pressure

| October 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Question:  I have struggled with high blood pressure for 20 years. A year ago, I found BALi and have been 100% committed to it. During that time, my energy / clarity and focus are amazing. I have lost about 50 lbs. My blood pressure is still high even on medication, what am I missing? Here […]

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Getting Rid of Uterine Fibroids & Endometriosis

Getting Rid of Uterine Fibroids & Endometriosis

| October 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Conventional medicine has been notoriously parasitic when it comes to women’s health issues. Women are particularly vulnerable to the Whack-a-Mole, pill-for-every-ill paradigm we were taught in medical school. A woman’s complex hormonal physiology underwrites gender specific medical conditions that are easily exploited by a money driven, drug company sponsored medical system. The miracle of being […]

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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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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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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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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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