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"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

11:06 min | 9 months ago

"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Five right here on talk radio twelve ten W. PhD let's go to the phones let's talk to Vincent in Williamstown New Jersey events in the morning you're all the talk to Molly hi Vincent how are you Sir listen to this a couple days now and I have a red mark on my foot and I live with my foot doctor should I wouldn't worry about it then as time went by scandalous and now I'm going to remove my body and I don't know what to do and I'm taken with a call to see if I could remember C. H. R. O. a D. S. R. cream to put on the phone to sorry seventy eight you know a moment as I can get you think is more serious well you know what listen you're going to your podiatrist is that what you've been doing your podiatrist Sir but Dr yes yes listen to me do you have diabetes by any chance yeah good how old are you Vincent how old are you ninety four B. ninety five sits on this soon your kid but listen to me you have a primary care doc right give a primary care doctor yeah okay I want you to get in to see him next week is he is he having office hours do you know one of the worst day day that you come in one by one yeah I want you to get in there okay because this doesn't seem it could either be you think it could be a bite of some kind because I'll tell you I think that people catch yeah right now right let me tell you something I don't think it is but but you better get in to see your primary and let me tell you why I say that you know and I want you to see see him in person not just on the TV okay I mean and if he won't see you would you travel to Philly would you travel to Philadelphia my friend very very hard for me all right I H. driver now I don't drive too slow no one I guess maybe your kids or something yeah well listen I want you to call your doctor and get in to see him I was going to save my mind medical director is in his Philly office that tomorrow I will call him and let him squeeze you win but listen to me you really need to see somebody and if it is a bite you want to make sure you're on the right antibiotic okay sometimes it could be cellulitis or something in addition to that we had a patient just this week who got a bike from what I guess is a brown spite or something and I would wouldn't be surprised if turned it does come with some kind of cellulitis that we have to treat both with the I. V. meaning we have to hydrate them and also the good doctor put him on a a particular type of antibiotic I really want you to call your guide first thing tomorrow okay okay Vincent thank you Vincent god bless you good good luck with that thank you for the call out election I thought the same thing you did when the red spots I thought diabetes center yeah I just wanted to make sure he had a wound that wasn't a problem but I will tell you that people are getting out and about right now John and it's being it's very interesting they're getting actually right here in my own family I think somebody got bit by a tick and we all know what that can lead is a post nine dizzy F. and so immediately immediately we we the doctor put her on an antibiotic which is DOCSIS cycling in that case which she had no allergies were just don't go out ask somebody for doctor slightly because if you have an allergic reaction where the doctor has to know you you know bottom line was she was put on DOCSIS cycling the dress and you could see the thing turning down what we didn't want to happen is the post Lyme syndrome switch you know I handle a lot of yes you do and speaking of that you know we wanted to make sure that people understood in these times everything is covered nineteen and so on but right we forget things other things and and you've created a lot of different medical challenge his line and one of them was Lyman absolutely line line I'm telling you the post line can be terrible and it mimics so money other things I mean you can have you can have joint pain muscle pain spasms I mean it's just unbelievable and again we have a protocol for that and as you well know one of my patients who I wish we could get on the air maybe we can if we do some taping this yes of patients right yes Lisa is a good example of that she writes a blog about it and believe it or not utilizing some of the old Lyme disease protocol we've been able to help now I won't we having cured it we have an absolutely cured it but we've given her a chance to at least get back into the game and that's the point and Lyme disease is one of those is that it's it's a very challenging very challenging you've talked about that all the time right because there are so many systems involved and then what happens is you have a depressed immune system from there on out and my goodness you've got real problems now we also had a young man who came to us he was and is following up with us he was a trainer as you know and of course now he's out of work and we were talking on the phone and he said my god Dr Molly I don't know what I would have done without you in your docks because he said I was just bedridden with this Lyme disease so yes there are things we can do it in includes vitamin C. but also include some other things all right at this talk about it the the Lyme disease or just about everyone in order everyone your protocols requires hydration and and nutraceuticals at all of those maybe some sub clinical disaggregation all meds and again it's how you use it that's the thing and and so your protocols or your treatment of Lyme disease is obviously different because you've had so many patients and I've talked to them post line yeah most times that they told me don't come in anymore because there's nothing we can do for you we won't say that the university I have never said that we want this first of all I believe in the good lord and I know there's always hope and the thing is that it is the kind of thing that you have to stay on top of again it's about reserve John you hear me talk about that all the time when your reserve goes down certain anti oxidants certain nutraceutical certain amino acids something as simple as co enzyme Q. ten you feel fatigued so there are ways to bring all of these things together in a recipe and help someone through a particular challenge you know you said something last week and all the years I've known you've worked with you you said something that resonated because I used to think to myself the vitamin C. and and the hydration and people say oh well you know you you urinated out and it was insured and then you said but the reserve is what's important that's right and and then the light went off in my head is well that's how that's how I don't have a cold you know what here's the thing this isn't like an oil change in your car we like to we like to use sort of metaphors for things like an oil change well we're talking about the EDTA and what that does that's like an oil change when we're talking about utilizing reserve of of hydration it means that we know that you're going to lose some of this you're going to lose less in terms of what we do in terms of actually being biologically active my A. I. V. than you do from oral because you can ingest enough right so it's the reserve that's less and you'll notice that all of my cancer patients when before they leave what why doing I'm doing a urine test on vitamin C. or not yes when they leave yes and there's a reason for that because I want to see a high level excreted out because I know the level they got and then I can sort of in in verdict that and actually figure out how much they got in a percentage based so it's the is that pretty much the situation with all of the protocols matters reserve yeah it's reserve we gotta get we got to get certain things and listen everything needs to be in balance to what you know there are certain types of vitamins and minerals that work together synergistically and there are certain things that are diametrically opposed so we don't want to use those so you really got it you got to think this is a thinking person's game what we do is right thinking person and this is the art of what we do it's like you know I often talk to doctor tester about what you know medicine medicine there is certainly the pure science of medicine but there's also an art to medicine and what we do is exactly the art of medicine and if you ever met doctor Molly and you sit and talk with her at the wheels are spinning all the time I can see that and that's what keeps me up I was just talking about not sleeping right keeps me up at night because I think of individuals that we're dealing with and we're gonna talk we're coming up shortly on a break but we're going to talk after the break you know normally without covert nineteen what you do and what innovative medical dollars and some of the other conditions that you treat heart disease cancer support center said we'll talk about all of that after the break but we just wanted people to understand what you do and that the you're still you know you you because a cover nineteen the cancer didn't go away or the heart problems and go back exactly so that's why we're we're we're talking about this but I also want to ask you we were talking about nutraceuticals and I know you just want to touch on this that it will in cosmetic surgery and they're using nutraceuticals they're not the surgeons aren't necessarily thank you for the healing right and for the for the building blocks for the collagen but what's really interesting is my dear friend Harvey glasses retired Dharam everyone knows him in cherry hill Marlton yet a huge practice yes he's a great guy and he's actually consulting with me on a little bit of product that we're putting together but he brings me something a a physician's magazine any parts wanted for Molly because he knows I'm going to read it right but what's interesting is it goes on and want to talk about hair loss and the use of nutraceuticals and I found that interesting because we have a protocol for hair loss how about that yeah and M. S. N. it is not that transplant no no no take over from the the surgeons but what's interesting is course we use stem cells are P. R. P. and we've had great success but I think it's not just the stem cells are doing it but what we're doing in the IV coming up on a break it's healthwatch Sundays every Sunday eight till nine talk radio twelve ten W. P. H. E. Dr Molly fantasia is here's a PhD Dr executive director and founder of innovative medical associates located.

Vincent Williamstown New Jersey Molly
"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

10:49 min | 9 months ago

"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Events in the morning you're all the talk to Molly hi Vincent how are you Sir I should use a couple days now and I had a red mark on the floor and I live with my foot doctor should I wouldn't worry about it then as time went by scandalous and now I'm going to remove my body and I don't know what to do and I'm taken with a call to see if I could remember C. H. R. O. a D. V. S. R. cream to put on this earth to sell he said it you know what would that effect in catching thing is more serious well you know what listen you're going to your podiatrist is that what you've been doing your podiatrist Sir Dr yeah yes listen to me do you have diabetes by any chance yeah good how old are you Vincent how old are you ninety four B. ninety five second this season your kid but listen to me you have a primary care doc right you have a primary care doctor yeah okay I want you to get in to see him next week is he is he having office hours do you know on at least a day that you come in one by one you know I want you to get in there okay because this doesn't seem it could either be you think it could be a bite of some kind because I'll tell you I think that people catch yeah right now right let me tell you something I don't think it is but but you better get in to see your primary let me tell you why I say that you know and I want you to see see him in person not just on the TV okay I mean and if he won't see you would you travel to Philly would you travel to Philadelphia my friend very very hard for me all right I H. drive and now I don't drive to Florida no one I guess maybe your kids or something yeah well listen I want you to call your doc and get in to see my was going to say it might my medical director is in his Philly office that tomorrow I will call him and let him squeeze you win but listen to me you really need to see somebody and if it is a bite you want to make sure you're on the right antibiotic okay because sometimes it could be cellulitis or something in addition to that we had a patient just this week got a bike from what I guess is a brown spite or something and I would wouldn't be surprised if turned it does come with some kind of cellulitis that we have to treat both with the I. V. meaning we have to hydrate them and also the good doctor put him on a a particular type of antibiotic I really want you to call your guy first thing tomorrow okay okay Vincent thank you Vincent god bless you good good luck with that thank you for the call out election I thought the same thing you did when the red spots I thought diabetes center yeah I just wanted to make sure he had a wound that wasn't a problem but I will tell you that people are getting out and about right now John and it's being it's very interesting they're getting actually right here in my own family I think somebody got bit by a tick and we all know what that can lead is a post nine dizzy F. and so immediately immediately we we the doctor put her on an antibiotic which is DOCSIS cycling in that case which she had no allergies were just don't go out ask somebody for doctor slightly because if you have an allergic reaction where the doctor has to know you you know bottom line was she was put on DOCSIS cycling the the trust and you could see the thing turning down what we didn't want to happen is the post Lyme syndrome switch you know I handle a lot of yes you do and speaking of that you know we wanted to make sure that people understood in these times everything is covered nineteen and so on but right we forget things as other things and and you Frida a lot of different medical challenges line and one of them was live in absolutely line line I'm telling you the post line can be terrible and it mimics so many other things I mean you can have you can have joint pain muscle pain spasms I mean it's just unbelievable and again we have a protocol for that and as you well know one of my patients who I wish we could get on the air maybe we can if we do some taping this sense of patience right yes Lisa is a good example of that she writes a blog about it and believe it or not utilizing some of the outlying disease protocol we've been able to help now I won't we having cured it we have an absolutely cured it but we've given her a chance to at least get back into the game and that's the point and Lyme disease is one of those is that it's it's very challenging the Harry challenges you've talked about that all the time right because there are so many systems involved and then what happens is you have a depressed immune system from there on out and my goodness you've got real problems now we also had a young man who came to us he was and is following up with us he was a trainer as you know and of course now he's out of work and we were talking on the phone and he said my god Dr Molly I don't know what I would have done without you and your docks because he said I was just bedridden with this lawn disease so yes there are things we can do it in includes vitamin C. but also include some other things all right at the talk about it the the Lyme disease or just about everyone in order everyone your protocols requires hydration and and nutraceuticals at all of those maybe some sub clinical day Saturday tional meds and again it's how you use it that's the thing and so your protocols or your treatment of Lyme disease is obviously different because you had so many patients and I've talked to them post line yeah post I said that they told me don't come in anymore because there's nothing we can do for you we won't say that the university has never said that we want this first of all I believe in the good lord and I know there's always hope and the thing is that it is the kind of thing that you have to stay on top of again it's about reserve John you hear me talk about that all the time when your reserve goes down certain anti oxidants certain nutraceutical certain amino acids something as simple as co enzyme Q. ten you feel fatigued so there are ways to bring all of these things together in a recipe and help someone through a particular challenge you know you said something last week and all the years I've known you've worked with you you said something that resonated because I used to think to myself the vitamin C. and and the hydration and people say oh well you know you A. you urinated out and it was in and then you said but the reserve is what's important that's right and and then the light went off in my head is well that's how that's how I don't get cold you know what here's the thing this isn't like an oil change in your car we like to we like to use a sort of metaphors for things like an oil change well we're talking about the EDTA and what that does that's like an oil change when we're talking about utilizing reserve of of hydration it means that we know that you're going to lose some of this you're going to lose less in terms of what we do in terms of actually being biologically active why are you V. than you do from oral because she can't ingest enough right so it's the reserve that's less and you'll notice that all of my cancer patients when before they leave what why doing I'm doing a urine test on vitamin C. or not yes when they leave yes and there's a reason for that because I want to see a high level excreted out because I know the level they got and then I can sort of in in verdict that and actually figure out how much they got in a percentage based so it's is that pretty much the situation with all of the protocols matters reserve yeah it's reserve we gotta get we got to get certain things and listen everything needs to be in balance to what you know there are certain types of vitamins and minerals that work together synergistically and there are certain things that are diametrically opposed so we don't want to use those so you really got it you got to think this is a thinking person's game what we do it's right thinking person and this is the art of what we do it's like you know I often talk to doctor tester about what you know medicine medicine there is certainly the pure science of medicine but there's also an art to medicine and what we do is exactly the art of medicine and if you ever met doctor Molly and use and talk with her at the wheels are spinning all the time I can see that and that's what keeps me up I was just talking about not sleeping right keeps me up at night because I think of individuals that we're dealing with and we're gonna talk we're coming up shortly on a break but we're going to talk after the break you know normally without covert nineteen what you do and what innovative medical does and some of the other conditions that you treat heart disease cancer support center said we'll talk about all of that after the break but we just wanted people to understand what you do and that the you're still you know you you because a cover nineteen the cancer didn't go away or the heart problems and go back exactly so that's why we're we're we're talking about this but I also want to ask you we were talking about nutraceuticals and I know what you just want to touch on this that it will in cosmetic surgery and they're using nutraceuticals they're not the surgeons aren't necessarily was a healing Ryan for the up for the building blocks for the collagen but what's really interesting is my dear friend Harvey glasses retired darn everyone knows him in cherry hill Marlton he had a huge practice yes he's a great guy and he's actually consulting with me on a little bit of product that we're putting together but he brings me something a a physician's magazine any parts wanted for Molly because he knows I'm going to read it right but what's interesting is it goes on and want to talk about hair loss and the use of nutraceuticals and I found that interesting because we have a protocol for hair loss how about that yeah and it and it's and it is not that transplant no no no take over from the the surgeons but what's interesting is course we use stem cells are P. R. P. and we've had great success but I think it's not just the stem cells are doing it but what we're doing in the IV coming up on a break it's healthwatch Sundays every Sunday.

Molly Vincent C. H. R. O.
"lyme syndrome" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

13:25 min | 9 months ago

"lyme syndrome" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"He's someone who's found functional medicine even before I did backing the nearly ninety s we go way back at work together at Canyon ranch. He teaches around. The world is leading thought leader in the field of functional medicine. And he just an all around great guy and we are GonNa talk about lyme disease which we both have had by the way and are both doing pretty good. Yeah so that's the punchline. There is a way out. It's not through the traditional doorway of six weeks or three weeks of antibiotics and that's it and otherwise you're just complaining. Malinga over right which is what are typical approaches and Lime Disease. So welcomes the podcast. Thanks mark thanks for having me okay. So we both live in the country here. In fact I had when chronic the other day I was planning my garden was like a working my God housing like he attached you add but little coming off yeah so let's just talk about the elephant room. Is there something called chronic lyme disease and why does traditional medicine? Not Think there is an think. Everybody's just wind complainer. Was psychological issues. I think it's the concept of what is a disease really you know inject lands book the Disease Delusion how we look at Z's and most doctors are trained to think that when you have an infection you have a fever. You're sick you've got. You GotTa take an antibiotic Lower Fever. And then it's done and chronic. Lyme disease is a stealth infection. And it's you mentioned before it's really not lime disease. It's tick borne illness illness. And so you have to think not only could possibly be Borelli door fry but other species of the bacteria caused line in other co-infections launching bar BBC. Oh so Bartonella and the others. So you've got to really sort of think about what is it that may be driving this these chronic type symptoms and I have seen patients walk through my door with a fifteen year. History of quote unquote FIBROMYALGIA. Which is not a diagnosis. Like a call chronic fatigue. Chronic fatigue is a symptom not a Zach unexplained auto immune issues Parkinson's Alzheimer's multiple sclerosis so just like simplest which is also aspira keitel illness. Lyme disease is the Great Mimic Mimika. And Wow you if you know that. The history of medicine way back when when Syphilis was very prevalent it could mimic anything and everything in line is the same thing. That's a that's an incredible insight that people think you know lime disease you get the bull's eye rash maybe get arthritis lyme arthritis for lime heart disease. You know it's acute illness you know. Get neurologic lime. It's a thing you know. Said they'd give people IV antibiotics but there's very little appreciation that if someone comes with Parkinson's disease or ms that you should be thinking about a tick infection. It's not even on the radar now. Most doctors exactly in functional medicine. We do think differently. And if you actually go back into the history of understanding syphilis there used to be primary syphilis which is acute infection and then you would have secondary and tertiary civilization would appear years down the road as dementia and tables door. Saleh's and problems with balance and all kinds of things so you've got to have a broad a broad understanding of how these things affect the body and then the immune system maybe it's not chronic and acute maybe it's primary and secondary line. Exactly that's right. He's about how you WanNa word it exactly so you. What is a typical approach? Thinking about lyme disease and how traditional knockers diagnose it and treat it and what. What is the the general perspective the general perspective and I think this is the CDC criteria is basically? You go to your doctor and you get a what's called a two tiered testing. I was the Elisa screen test in the license. Just a screening on the anybody antibody enzyme linked immuno absorb an antibody. And if that's posit- then you're then re reflexively go to a Western blot test which is supposed to be more sensitive and and also it's more expensive and this standard of how you diagnose lime disease is this two tiered approach and the unfortunate thing is if that's negative which fifty percent of the time it is. You're going to be missing lime disease a lot of your patients so you might as well flip a coin so. I almost don't even do that if it's positive and you have a clinical history then it's helpful but fifty percent of the time it's not gonna be helpful the most acute disease. I mean I remember working in the. Tuck in the Er and I remember seeing so many patients with lyme disease but they had acute the a fever the joint pain they had. Arash you give me any botox three weeks or fine and the you. There's a lot of people will get lines you can get treated. And they're fine or get on an issue and I think that there's a subset of patients that are uniquely susceptible to adverse consequences of these tick infections are more resilient to absolutely and you bring up a really good point. In fact I just had a paper about people who have Manas binding Leptin deficiency. That's right so I'm actually a relatively new to me and there's a condition which is mantles binding Leptin deficiency which you can draw on routine lab test and people who have. This are more susceptible to developing infections. Urinary Tract Infections and upper respiratory infections and low behold chronic lyme disease so now. I'm starting to actually check for this. In my patients other pays. You'll absolutely yes absolutely the other thing. That is also. I don't Nice exactly sure the mechanism point but patients who have hypermobility source of a form of Ehlers Dan Law Syndrome and for whatever reason. Those patients tend to have a little bit more a more difficult to radically and that may be related to the fact. That lime is predisposed towards going towards connected. Tissue and connective tissue disease or a mild form of it was a typical alike approach traditional medicine they just give them through extending -biotics and you're done. I mean the traditional approach is anywhere between one week to a month of antibiotics. And then you're done in. It's the end of discussion. I can't tell you the number of times that I've gone to still sick afterwards. The doctor goes well. Can't be lime exit. They've call that post lyme syndrome. There's a there's a whole diagnosis called post lyme syndrome where you're testing may be negative. You still have symptoms. Despite the standard of Care Treatment and you fall into this nebulous category Is it a ongoing? Immune reaction is it the the body still trying to fight the infection. And you're not seeing it on the lab testing etc. Yeah and so. What does the approach to post lyme syndrome and traditional medicine There is none. There is not. It's the there really is no treatment. I mean that's sort of where you know patients fatigue. They make it provincial. Having problems sleeping they're gonNA throw ambient them if they're depressed. They'll get some PROZAC. Holly Pharmacy Poly Poly Pharmacy. And that's atherogenic imperfect one of my favorite terms so most of the time. What does that mean taught? Basically I after Genyk is the doctor. Does it so by right so a lot of times mark you and I've seen patients come into US and the problem? Is the doctors between them so number. One stay from doctors. True some of them. Some of them are exactly. Yeah so it's really a a very Problematic issue and I would say if there was one condition that I could erase from the planet. Yeah it would be tick borne. Illnesses is one of the biggest scourges on humanity ever absolutely causes so much suffering. Needless it's so under diagnosed. It's not a well appreciated by traditional medicine now and it's really real and does masquerade as all these other problems so you mentioned a few of them but it can cause. All sorts of autoimmune diseases can cause all sorts of gut issues can cause all sorts of neurologic issues and mood issues. It can cause like you said neurodegenerative diseases it can cause chronic fatigue syndrome fibromyalgia depression dementia. A guy come in with Cap Grass Syndrome. Was He kind of mistake? Your everybody for somebody else. You know your wife is and you hear like Neuro Lime nearline about three other code infections and we treat him with anybody and he got better patient all these. Ms Symptoms and she saw the best doctors that Cleveland Clinic and mess and she ended up having Erhlichia which is a tick. One of those tick-borne actions I gave doxycycline for six weeks and like all went away and I don't love anybody sometimes. You have to use them and you have to use them. I think I think having an open mind to those patients who are just not getting better. There's whole subclass of them. Who really struggle with these chronic issues? That are undiagnosed that nobody can figure out. And there's a lot of approaches to this so we do different kinds of diagnostics. Here and functional. Medicine has a very different approach. What how would you define the approach for functional medicine? The approach proposal messes actually. Listen to the patient I think the best thing you can do is take the time. And you can't do this five or ten minutes as you as you. Well know mark you have to really be astute to listen really well and yes the clinical experience where you've seen a lot of patients and you can sort of put the pieces of the puzzle together because this is like this is not a you know a fifteen piece jigsaw puzzle this a thousand piece. Jigsaw plus yeah often ran and it you know you're not gonNA you're not GonNa do a thousand piece jigsaw puzzle. Five minutes takes takes awhile can do happen. Yeah right so so. You've got to really listen well. And then a lot of the the confer. Confirmation of the line is in my opinion done by advanced testing like the tests that I really like. We use here is the Eli spot testing. Which basically is checking for the immune system's response to the bacteria causing an antibody tests which is traditional medicine. Right exactly so so. An antibody test is say for example you get a polio vaccination. You'RE GONNA develop polio antibodies. Okay if I test you right now for polio. Antibodies you have polio antibodies. Does that mean that you have polio? The disease no okay in chronic lyme. Some patients don't develop antibodies on those antibodies. Lexical way over time so. The antibody test is negative especially in chronic lyme and if somebody has had the disease and the antibodies are positive. Does that still mean they still have the disease or the disease away? So you're sort of up in the air you're in this nebulous area. And that's why I think combining The clinical history with some of the more advanced testing. Like the Eli spot test where you actually take the person's blood. Expose it to the antigens the proteins that the tick has or the other co-infections that are there and see the the live cells immune response to it. So this is based upon memory t cells in the production of compounds like Interferon. Gamma is your nate. Immune system urinate immune system. Your your primary. There's like two kinds of your in Cincinnati. There's one that's like the old ancient. Immune system reacts to everything in sort of like carpet bombing. And that's why maybe the symptoms with so bad with this and then there's the antibody which is more like the smart missile or call the active immunity that actually target specific bugs. So it's a memory cells so that you get a memory seldom measles when the measles vaccine so you don't get measles this is. This is just more of a widespread immune response and you can't measure tests. That's why this ally spot is so unusual helps us to determine what's going on and the other test which I also use it again. It's not really this test but diagnostic of line but the CD fifty seven. Which is the natural killer cell and we measure the overall level of the natural killer cells in patients. There are many conditions that can cause low natural killer cell function so things like Chronic Epstein Barr virus may do it HIV virus cancer etc. But lime is also one of those so if a patient comes in with symptoms consistent with chronic liar and they have a low CD fifty seven count that ups the threshold for their probability of having chronic lyme clinically and then we also do the natural killer cell function test which is not only the level of the natural killer cells but are these cells actually able to do their thing. Are they kill pathogens as a really important? I think I have a theory after seeing so many hundreds and hundreds of these patients is that lime in these chronic infections are kind of like AIDS in a way they suppress the immune system absolutely and they're sort of sort of hijack it and it makes your body unable to fight it so what I've and find out if you see this time but so many of these patients don't just have chronic line but they haven't all host of other things that destabilizer system and maybe things at the body could handle when they're normally everything else okay. There's heavy metals gut issues. There may be mold issues maybe nutritional factors so they're all these things that are complex web of causative factors that don't get with traditional medicine.

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"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

10:39 min | 10 months ago

"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"And I had a red mark on my foot and I would like most for doctor should I wouldn't worry about it then as time went by scandalous and now I'm going to remove my body and I don't know what to do and I'm taken with a call to see if I could remember C. H. R. O. a he says are cream to put on the phone to so he said it you know a moment but if I can catch you doing is more serious well you know what listen you're going to your podiatrist is that what you've been doing your podiatrist Sir it must have slipped out yeah yes listen to me do you have diabetes by any chance yeah good how old are you Vincent how old are you ninety four B. ninety five second this season your kid but listen to me you have a primary care doc right give a primary care doctor yeah okay I want you to get in to see him next week is he is he having office hours do you know all I did learn at least a day that you come in one by one you know I want you to get in there okay because this doesn't seem it could either be you think it could be a bite of some kind because I will tell you I think that people catch yeah right now right let me tell you something I don't think it is but but you better get in to see your primary and let me tell you why I say that you know and I want you to see see him in person not just on the TV okay I mean and if he won't see you would you travel to Philly would you travel to Philadelphia my friend very very hard for me are you driving now I don't drive too far no one I guess maybe your kids or something yeah well listen I want you to call your doc and get in to see him I was going to say my my medical director is in his Philly office that tomorrow I will call him and let him squeeze you win but listen to me you really need to see somebody and if it is a bite you want to make sure you're on the right antibiotic okay because sometimes it could be cellulitis or something in addition to that we had a patient just this week got a bite from what I guess is a brown spite or something and I would wouldn't be surprised if turned it does come with some kind of cellulitis that we have to treat both with the I. V. meaning we have to hydrate them and also the the good doctor put him on a a particular type of antibiotic I really want you to call your guide first thing tomorrow okay okay Vincent thank you Vincent god bless you good good luck with that thank you for the call out election I thought the same thing you did when the red spots I thought that'd be dissonant yeah I just wanted to make sure he had a wound that wasn't a problem but I will tell you that people are getting out and about right now John and it's being it's very interesting they're getting actually right here in my own family I think somebody got bit by a tick and we all know what that can lead is a post nine dizzy yes and so immediately immediately we we the doctor put her on an antibiotic which is doxycycline in that case which she had no allergies were just don't go out ask somebody for doctor of cycling because if you have an allergic reaction where the doctor has to know you you know bottom line was she was put on DOCSIS cycling the dress and you could see the thing turning down what we didn't want to happen is the post Lyme syndrome switch you know I handle a lot of yes you do and speaking of that you know we wanted to make sure that people understood in these times everything is covered nineteen and so on but right we forget things other things and and you've created a lot of different medical challenges his line and one of them was Lyman absolutely line line I'm telling you the post line can be terrible and it mimics so many other things I mean you can have you can have joint pain muscle pain spasms I mean it's just unbelievable and again we have a protocol for that and as you well know one of my patients who I wish we could get on the air maybe we can if we do some taping this yes of patients right yes Lisa is a good example of that she writes a blog about it and believe it or not utilizing some of the old Lyme disease protocol we've been able to help now I won't we having cured it we have an absolutely cured it but we've given her a chance to at least get back into the game and that's the point and Lyme disease is one of those is that it's it's very challenging very challenging you've talked about that all the time right because there are so many systems involved and then what happens is you have a depressed immune system from there on out and my goodness you've got real problems now we also had a young man who came to us he was and is following up with us he was a trainer as you know and of course now he's out of work and we were talking on the phone and he said my god Dr Molly I don't know what I would have done without you in your docks because he said I was just bedridden with this lawn disease so yes there are things we can do it in includes vitamin C. but also include some other things all right at the edge talk about it the the Lyme disease or just about everyone in order everyone your protocols requires hydration and and nutraceuticals at all of those maybe some sub clinical dose was reduced should all meds and again it's how you use it that's the thing and and so your protocols or your treatment of Lyme disease is obviously different because you've had so many patients and I've talked to them post line yeah most times that they told me don't come in anymore because there's nothing we can do for you we won't save the university you've never said that we want this first of all I believe in the good lord and I know there's always hope and the thing is that it is the kind of thing that you have to stay on top of again it's about reserve John you hear me talk about that all the time when your reserve goes down certain anti oxidants certain nutraceutical certain amino acids something as simple as co enzyme Q. ten you feel fatigued so there are ways to bring all of these things together in a recipe and help someone through a particular challenge you know you said something last week and all the years I've known you've worked with you you said something that resonated because I used to think to myself the vitamin C. and and the hydration and people say oh well you know you Newegg you urinated out and it was in and then you said but the reserve is what's important that's right and and then the light went off in my head is well that's how that's how I don't have a cold you know what here's the thing this isn't like an oil change in your car we like to we like to use a sort of metaphors for things like an oil change well we're talking about the EDTA and what that does that's like an oil change when we're talking about utilizing reserve of of hydration it means that we know that you're going to lose some of this you're going to lose less in terms of what we do in terms of actually being biologically active by ivy than you do from oral because she can't ingest enough right so it's the reserve that's less and you'll notice that all of my cancer patients when before they leave what why doing I'm doing urine test on vitamin C. or not yes when they leave yes and there's a reason for that because I want to see a high level excreted out because I know the level they got and then I can sort of in in verdict that and actually figure out how much they got in a percentage based so it's is that pretty much the situation with all of the protocols matters reserve yeah it's reserve we gotta get we got to get certain things and listen everything needs to be in balance to what you know there are certain types of vitamins and minerals that work together synergistically and there are certain things that are diametrically opposed so we don't want to use those so you really got it you got to think this is a thinking person's game what we do it's right thinking person and this is the art of what we do it's like you know I often talk to doctor tester about what you know medicine medicine there is certainly the pure science of medicine but there's also an art to medicine and what we do is exactly the art of medicine and if you ever met doctor Molly and you say and talk with her at the wheels are spinning all the time I can see that happens that's what keeps me up I am just talking talking about not sleeping right keeps me up at night because I think of individuals that we're dealing with and we're gonna talk we're coming up shortly on a break we're gonna talk after the break you know normally without covert nineteen what you do and what innovative medical dollars and some of the other conditions that you treat heart disease cancer support center said we'll talk about all of that after the break but we just wanted people to understand what you do and that the you're still you know you you because a cover nineteen the cancer didn't go away or the heart problems and go back exactly so that's why we're we're we're talking about this but I also want to ask you we were talking about nutraceuticals and I know you just want to touch on this that it will in cosmetic surgery and they're using nutraceuticals they're not the surgeons aren't necessarily but the union for the healing right and for the for the building blocks for the collagen but what's really interesting is my dear friend Harvey glasses retired darn everyone knows him in cherry hill Marlton yet a huge practice yes he's a great guy and he's actually consulting with me on a little bit of product that we're putting together but he brings me something a a physician's magazine any parts wanted for Molly because he knows I'm going to read it right but what's interesting is it goes on and want to talk about hair loss and the use of nutraceuticals and I found that interesting because we have a protocol for hair loss how about that yeah and and it's and it is not that transplant no no take over right from the the surgeons but what's interesting is course we used themselves R. P. R. P. and we've had great success but I think it's not just the stem cells are doing it but what we're doing in the IV I will coming up.

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"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Living with Lyme

Living with Lyme

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Living with Lyme

"If there's a leaky gut situation the second scenario is same kind of experimental design except for you. Stop confusing fat into these people so it's called interloop it. It's about twenty percent twenty to thirty percents soy fat depending on which one to two percent foster that'll choline in derived from egg yolks and guess what the same thing happens is by putting more fat droplets into the bloodstream you can shuttle out the immune irritating rotating endotoxin. Isn't this a most elegant approach to a her climber reaction or a serious reaction by virtue of it just supporting the appropriate physiological channels that the body has used for hundreds of thousands millions of years to dealing with the so I I I do find that it would be nice to have rigorous scientific data on the natural medicine agents that we use but I think also the reality is the nature of chronic conditions is so complex in terms of the multi ideological multi symptom and multi body. I systems involvement that designing beautiful research like for example Dr Phil Bredesen's is a pioneer in this field is to use the scientific vic principles towards complex conditions that is not just a single stimulus response analysis so I can't say it more elegantly than he does is that instead of trying to use a silver bullet or a single from acidic approach. Let's have a shot on full of silver bullets and take care of these conditions. That sounds fascinating. That sounds fascinating. You'll have to share with me where all that research is. I don't know if it's on pubmed and people oh can look for that. You know what the problem is. Sometimes it's the it's the verbiage that you use if you don't write the exact search words you don't find what you want so that's important so pupil shouldn't just give up if if they're really interested in finding more about out this okay so so we've got very important listen to the history second we've got let's look at what possibility is in the body. Let's look at a variety of things. We're not just looking for line. We'll keep calling factions. We might be looking for mold toxicity. We probably looking for L. P. S. We want to find out if the person has you know excess amount of that and then we've got to start our protocols. We have to start okay. Where do you start. Do you start always with the infections. Do you start with the dea start with you know adding digestive enzymes times in a phospholipid a coaling. What how do you start and? I know what you're GONNA say. You're going to say cindy every patient's different we we have to go with what that patient needs. I but ideally if you have someone that meets more or less the standard criteria unless pretend we all meet the standard criteria what is next. I think next is find the low hanging fruit in somebody with dental infections actions send them to the dentist or the biological benefits to take care of that if there's gum disease addressed that if there is unfortunately all too common one if there's accessible mold exposure at home at work in your car your place of worship you must take care of the mold exposure if there's active infections so for example if you're hearing be cyclical patterns off take on relapsing fever or it gets Llosa's or since since then take care of that in a way that is appropriate for the situation for the patient's level of vitality their level off essentially the ability to burden pay the burden of the response and if you can think of Harwood's is sixty six point plan you know if they're sixteen nails in in your foot see how many of those nails you can pull out so that at least you can take some of the the pain and the Antigen examination out it. I find that a systems biology approach is the most sensible thing like I said. If you listen very carefully the body tells you where to start taught and typically. It's those areas that make the most noise that are the most bothersome the the areas through which the body lets you know that there's disharmony money in the system so I think that's a very important thing and then unfortunately the reality is that there are so many patients that now have asper the CDC website to brush yourself. This is a a term that is currently thought to be offensive and not good but I want to shine light on this I want to arid out and sun this on Sept and validated and it's post treatment lyme syndrome old that says is that you you haven't applied a very thorough very methodical systems approach to this person and yes you know you've beaten to death with years of antibiotics but you haven't tended the rest of the patients system and I find one of the most useful guides and this is a researcher that I respect tremendously Dr Robert Navio and the cell danger response so he's published three papers since about twenty fourteen fifteen fifteen through to last year when the eighteen that studies the commonalities between patients with various chronic fatigue associated conditions from lyme disease mold illness fibromyalgia autism asperger's Alzheimer's etc and again it demonstrates the incredible wisdom of our biology and that's why I mentioned earlier. We are survival and healing machines but only when we're able to so Dr Nephews findings is that when the system is insulted by various insults so inflammatory toxic Nick psycho-emotional traumatic mechanical The system sell goes into a default survival response and eat them that the cell danger injure response and it involves several changes I'll just name a few to be easy on time but the Mike Andrea literally change range from being beautiful elongated energy production machines. That's in a Mesh of filaments where they consume oxygen and in the presence of calories oxygen you produce. ATP FOR ENERGY THE CONTRACT becomes smaller through a process of vision and more dense than they get clumped together and they consume oxygen to form Ros reactive oxygen species as an and attempt to prevent ingress of viruses bacteria into the Seltzer. It's a protective mechanism. The Cell Membrane which is one of the key the elements in what I believe is to be the new medicine for chronic conditions and for certainly the next generation is that when the cell sal goes into the survival response the self preservation response the cell membrane becomes stiff and waxy instead of being very very elegant and semi fluid semi permeable or selectively permeable barrier between the inside of Sahlin the outside of the cell it becomes waxy and Steph again to provide a more robust structural barriers to the entry of microbes and you're talking about spells everywhere. You're not talking. One set of cells people have to understand were trillions of cells all over our body. We'd like to take a moment to thank our sponsors. Botanical medicines are an important part of the.

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"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Living with Lyme

Living with Lyme

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Living with Lyme

"Stay above everything and kids with some of these you know i mean we have we have brain fog you know i mean in general but i can't imagine what these little kids because dr brad's failed once told me me as because they're so loaded the ground wherever they get bit it's it's more likely to manifest itself in in the head a lotta kids do get bites in the in the hairline so the yeah they with kiddos it's difficult because right now as we know they there's so many diagnoses of different behavioral issues in the classrooms eighty one of them is a lot of times it they don't lime gets missed because again child is is just gonna be acting out based on how they feel and not necessarily being able to verbalize it and then all of a sudden grades will change or plummets you they'll be less focused in class and then they in it gets even more difficult if a teacher is just they're overwhelmed we all know teachers are overburdened and overwhelmed the classrooms are or billowing over with with children so they're doing the best they can but let's say shame student for you know thinking that they're not paying attention they don't care and they making me get punished for that than that just changes i'd say the hardest thing is when a kid has been dealing with it for a long time in their confidence is they just think they're stupid you know they think that they're failures failures and in in even moving into junior high and high school it's really hard to help them get that confidence back because they even if they start to feel better socially they've been a little bit there got some PTSD you know from putting themselves out there and facing ridicule and also trying to get more socialized let's say they have to miss school and parents that whole you know issue of parents missing on a work because of having a sick child at home so financially that's a burden on the family anna stressor watching your child suffer and then the time period i do have students that are out for an entire year or more and now amazingly i've been been a practice long enough to see these kids you know starting at ten even younger than that and you know now these kids are twenty then twenty one and their graduate you know they're getting close to graduating college and watching when you'd see them as a kid thinking oh my gosh how you know when i was first starting out how is this kid to make it they're already so the mentally emotionally physically neurologically having a terrible time especially make with bartonella with ticks and all sorts of psychiatric issues going on and you just i just wonder are they going to be able to function and it's amazing once they start feeling better at these kids almost all of them just shot out like a cannon over and pushed their way through school and are just doing amazing once they got that opportunity so there are there are so so many of those success stories where you would look at somebody being in a situation where there might be maybe getting eating labeled as ADHD autism spectrum issues antisocial saikia psychotic and then you start to treat retrieve them and then all of a sudden they blossom you know they're able to just be themselves and being their bodies and that's that's pretty amazing i like that because that's is a wonderful fall outcome story we hear so many things about you know this has gone on for years and jimmy or joey just there you know the parents are worn out out at all that it's very hard so hearing these really good stories is got to be very reassuring for people who are listening you know i don't know we we have these two new kittens i was talking to you before anyways and dan so right now i'm at in cape cod and it's it's endemic it's i mean where isn't it a problem really but anyways i treat my dog were were careful we do tick checks and one of the kittens was doing something on the floor it was a tech how it got in here and it and now we've become especially people who have been sick with lime disease and you know are up to our eyeballs and about lyme disease were i don't know about you but i get a little like is there just one or were you know so we take the dog and we search all over her and we're feeling the kittens and they don't go outside so now we're looking at us and it it's it's a thing it it really is and people have to just kind of be aware you know i not only these kids with everything that they can't play outside as well as they could have when i was growing up we spent hours days in the woods making forts and things like that i would be afraid to send somebody to play and do something that would be really fun because well we now know that it's a big problem and you know people like to camp people the outdoors is such a healing space yeah do you what do you tell people i'm sure you don't say stay home you know cover up don't know so the core the the core issue is that is that a cute i always say that cute lime is on the dick so when it bites us and we get infected needed to feed that's just their natural you know they're they're predilection there that's what they need to do predisposition and they do what they need to do they feed they they move on they leave there's nothing personal they're not trying to cause harm right now if you find a tick on on your person you pull it out you to send it out and test it and there are places a tick report dot com through umass amherst is probably the closest you know in the new england area here you're going to get the quickest outcome and i just find them to be very reliable liable and but that that being said chronic lyme is more of a manmade issue so you know when we don't start to really make this inclusive inclusive in the differential diagnosis we don't listen to patients that are coming in with you know symptoms that don't seem to make any sense and then we labeled psychosomatic you you know and and and we look at everything else but lime then we ended up missing something that is just so in plain sight and such you know it is so in plain view here here it is a problem that we're missing that and i you know i mean i say we but you know as a as a larger medical establishment that's what's going on right now and there are a lot the different motivations for that but that's that's another podcast so the but the main thing is that if somebody in a household a few different things so you you can have outfits that you treat for your kids with breath and you can send it out to companies that will like treat like if you took five or six year kids outfits for the summer and then put it in a box near the door i haven't been able to access those close it they're going outside educating the kids about ticks talking to them about it because a lot of times kids will also see taking this pull it off night even think anything of it if they know that's what that is they'll come and tell tell their parrot but really you know having a dialogue about what it can do in it starting very early age and not from a fear based just more like okay this is about this is what it does this is what it can do you need to tell me if you see this on you you know try to keep the bugs come and tell me give me the bug and we can send it out for testing and also doing thorough tick checks on on your on your on your child is well and yourself which we all try to do but again some of the techs are going to be so small they're not going to be able to be found so the main ain't thing is that if a ticket found on the body and it sent out its pull it went into the skin you send it out for testing and comes back positive or you start to see a elision asian around it that needs to be dealt with right away and then you can significantly reduce your you know your chances of getting a chronic illness but you know it let's say i've never found a tic take on me ever that i had lime i had babies and so you know without finding tick then all of a sudden symptoms start to show up and you don't really know oh why all of a sudden one day just woke up and you felt like he got hit by a truck and you haven't been right sense but those types of stories are more relatable to an infection shen and the environment you know something coming in a big change that doesn't make any other sense for it to be there and in at least to be thoroughly tested for and treated so most of the time though unfortunately as we know and other doctors have talked about on your on your show and you know as well that people get funneled into seeing rheumatologist gastroenterologist just a neurologist the list goes on infectious disease specialist it gets it gets missed and then time goes by in i and ends up being a chronic condition or the treatment that is given isn't long enough and then it's decided instead of allowing the body to tell us when it's done being treated needed you know we're making the decision is made because of an intellectual decision that oh based on this criteria it in you've had this medication for two weeks or three weeks you don't have it anymore so whatever you have leftover post lyme syndrome then you know that's just what you got you know and that that's it go the home in it eventually will go away so we're making an intellectual decision in this case when really as a doctor you have to start you have to listen to win the body is done with if the treatment so i know i kind of went off no question with ticks and practical but i stay more in the middle with this i think the a middle road we we cannot we need to we when we live in we live in the new england area it's just a fact of life we're going to have to be real about the fact that this is where where we live and this is what we are exposed to and so now what do we what's the best we can do with that we can wear clothing that can protect us we can spray and put natural substances on our bodies or or if you choose to.

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"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

"Interventional studies with multiple components, including Derek, I think is much needed in this greater by medical space. So let us pause there and just go over some basics here. So what's the postage stamp version of paleo diet, the regular paleo? Yes. Oh, journalists, basically, removing grains legumes dairy rely. Yes. So the three main principles, I think about our nutrient density, its ability to stimulate the immune system end. In also foods ability to positively negatively impact the gut microbiome, which is intimately tied to, to the gut barrier. So it's trying to remove foods that have low nutrient density agreed potential to be immuno-genetic immune system, integrator potential to calls, despite our bells gut microbiome in disrupt. Coby got bearing integrity, goes other principals. I mean, the whole idea to ancestral diet is independent of those mechanisms is it's trying to emulate dietary principles that we as a species have been following. So with Aldo scientific approach for thousands of years, we've evolved generations to, to eat. So sensually. It's everything's on the table, except being's right in that all beings, it pretty much pretty much all beans, grains, sale, usually, oh, gluten free, so that's weak. But you're talking oats, retains rice as well as. Yeah. So rices grain. I mean keen wa that you kind of get into kind of the alternative grains, but that kind of covers everything, right there, pumpernickel guess, but that's what that's additive anyway, whatever. Pumpernickel. Is there a political seed? What is pumpernickel Brit anyway? Yeah. But so. Right. So any basically any type of bread pizza crust cereals that come in box that, that sort of thing, and then dairies always kind of an interesting one. But there are some people genetically don't deal. Well with the, the lactose, and then, as you said, it can have some, some reactivity can be the, the calls of some auto immunity, and then so that segues into that's paleo. And then auto immune paleo is even more restrictive in that you take out some other foods that can be reactive eggs, his one, right? What else are kinda the highly reactive foods as executive nuts with ninety? Certain fruit survey spices to certain spices of removed, the Nightshade family, so things like a plants tomatoes. It's associated spices paprika that chili powder. Those things are are removed. Those are the main things. I mean, some of the other things that people would still could argue should have been on the paleo diet to begin with, but may be included things like coffee, a couch, you're technically legumes, but sometimes they are included in router, paleo, typically, those things are removed on a P and then, also it's the Elsa try to remove a century, any sort of multiplying agent, additive agents, or anything that could have been derived from a grain. So there's a lot of products in different gums that can be derived from corn products. So in the purest sense, you start to get into the weeds with some of these additives, but in of the basic Forbes, it's yet essentially moving nuts, and seeds eggs, Nightshade. Some of those associated spices great. Now also, let's talk about auto immunity is one of the things that's interesting with lime disease and this compensation still out there is. There's some thinking on researchers and doctors from the traditional side of things. The idea say, said things that the post Lyme syndrome. What they call it is actually an autoimmune disease. And in the beginning, I thought all of these guys are just not. They're trying to dodge the bullet in terms of the infection persists. But just because you have wine doesn't make you Munich from also developing an autoimmune disease in fact, if you're chronically inflamed from something like lime you're actually more likely to develop in addition to lime in autoimmune component as well. And so you brief again, really briefly. Because we could spend weeks. Socking autumn unity is briefly talk about what an autoimmune responses, and then what are some of the common named autoimmune diseases that people come up against? Yes, I Don unity can be thought of, in a lot of different ways. But essentially, it's reactively towards self tissue and the main self L F not soft. Yeah, wreck. Yeah. Reactively to, to self and the term. That's most commonly used in immunology is concept tolerance. So essentially, your body in order to be able to recognize what's foreign needs to be able to recognize self but recognition is not the same thing as reacting to. So there's a whole cascade of things as certain lymphocytes, so B cells T cells different Munich cells, as they develop, we have a very intricate set of processes for them to be able to recognize south. Not react to in certain cells in that developing process, or reactive to self or don't recognize it. Then they are typically go through a killed off. They don't go past the checkpoint. So you're trying to basically make him Yun cells that don't react to sell. So sometimes overlooked, that we recognize. Yeah, of course, we need to be able to respond recognize things that are foreign. But in order to do that. We have to know it self looks like so one of the things that can go wrong is when there's high degree of immune stimulation or the types of installation, you can sort of inadvertently start reacting to sell either because self looks a lot like a foreign elements, which is a content cold molecular mimicry. You can also have. It's called bystander affect, or essentially, you as a result attending response to inappropriate for agent of inadvertently, damaged self tissue in. That's still kind of thought it was an auto immune phenomenon. But yeah, you can think about a lot of different ways. But essentially, it's a loss of tolerance in the body's immune system, essentially, directing resources interview towards self tissue damaging soft tissue in instead of recognizing itself, and not reacting in this. Why spectrum and you know we thought about other other ways as well, but some of the most common disease states or hushing, does that resided switches, the disease state that we studied auto thyroid disease, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis lupus. It's quite fascinating to see the number of diseases that fall under this category. But it's also fascinating to see that in traditional medicine, we loves a sufficiently so that don't actually recognize the overlap between different diseases. So even. Multiple sclerosis might affect Mylan in the central nervous system. We see that as complete distinct entity for return greatest, which isn't disease affecting joints, in Snowville tissue. So, but from a functional perspective, we're like, no, those aren't like completely separate things. Shouldn't be approach with radically different drugs or therapies. We recognize that, you know, for me to develop there has to be disruption of the ecosystem area. There has to be in America. It'll severe mental triggers in there has to be.

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"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"So if you're gonna listen, apart one stop this, listen. Apar- one real quick. Hop back in partout. Let's get right to it, but she's moms talking about Lyme disease. I had full testing like I don't believe in guessing right like get everything tested. I had all my nutritional deficiencies tested. I was fully tested so that you can support your immune system with supplements, and the things that you're deficient in to, to give your body's immune system. The best chance to fight it, along with the antibiotics zurture as natural as possible. Right. And you know the there's also thing called the lime diet, which I also route a lime done to like the Atkins diet or. I guess it could be a derivative of that. But it's more vegetable that, but it's no sugar. No grains, you know, get your inflammation down nothing fried nothing. You know, you wanna bring down your inflammation, because that also helps with your symptoms, right? You're not a sore. If you're not is inflamed. How long did you take the antibiotics for lung weather's us like this is the Turkey part that people don't want to talk about. But I did it for two and a half years saw. Yeah. Towards like I would like a pill or like what are you? Okay. Yeah. But some people have I actually had a friend who did a port a chest port and did IV antibiotics because she was so she just felt so she just couldn't mount, a response to it and get over it. So how often were you take a day like nine day? Once a day, I do it. I think it was twice a day. I did it twice a day morning and night for, you know, like I said, I'd do it for two weeks or four weeks. And then I take a break, and then I, you know, be doing probiotics and all different things to help build up my own body. And then when I'd start to feel the, the symptoms coming back. I'd go back on them. And then after about two and a half years when I was taking a break, I was like, oh, okay. I'm not feeling those symptoms rearing their ugly head. Again, I'm feeling better. I'm know doing better because incurable right? Is that correct? It's, it's never leaves completely nets. You know, depending on who you read and what you read so now they yeah. Lime. Okay, I'm approved doctors. What are they saying? Lime. Literate literates are. Yes. So they will say that you, you can there's no definitive evidence, yet whether or not you do because they don't have a test to test for that specific spire Keat to see if it's still in your blood. But if it's going by symptoms, you can kind of tell whether or not you're better than I anyone. Who's had it will. We'll say, oh, I'm better. Right. They can tell the difference, so. Yeah. The so that, that's the thing that I mean, I wish they'd make progress on the testing. But we there has been more of. Unification in the world of people who they there was lime disease the cute, which was like, that's the bull's eye rash. You go to the doctor you get on the Mets for two weeks. Fine. Then there was what they called chronic Lyme, which would have technically been something like I had. But now they've termed it something post treatment Lyme syndrome where you still have the symptoms. Even though you've been treated, you know, it's like, you know, it depends on which camp, you are in and what you read, but I think a lot of the patients that have the post treatment line syndrome. So now is that too, you're saying, there's two kinds, or they think there's two kinds or no okay? It's one spire Keaton one pathogen that that causes it. But it's just whether or not you catch it early and treat it. Okay, okay. Okay. And hopefully get rid of it, but it and if you don't then it's obviously, spread more threat because they, they so it's like I have a bite Mona doctor the next day. The doctor says, okay. You that's a lie. That's a deer tick bite, and you get the antibiotics and then you're good after two weeks theoretically, a lot of people catch it early catch it. That's the best chance for quick recovery. Okay. Okay. Okay. So, but some people still do that, and still don't okay recover after just two weeks of antibiotic. Yeah. I went to I went to an infectious disease guy in Connecticut to who didn't really do much for me there. And yeah it's just it's because they he believed. Well, if you've been on the antibiotics for two weeks, you're good. I was like, okay, but it's been a year and a half and I still feel terrible. I guess this is the point where you are. You're not from Connecticut, but you spent you've lived there for a lot of your actually. Oh, yeah. Rank up there up there. Not a kit. I've just looking at a map beforehand. They are like the one of the most whole east coast kind of looks like the most at risk of ticks. I guess that's fair to say is that that's just what I like there was a little portions of it looked like Minnesota and Wisconsin. And then it just looked like the whole east coast was, like, like it was like blacked out at said like a really high risk. Yes. At that is, I think that's what's commonly believed. It really is everywhere in the country, and in the world now, I read something that it's like becoming very prevalent in China to his it is, as a matter of fact, there's a doctor over here that they've summoned to China, who had Lyme disease himself. And he was going to meet with the government and talk about because it's such a huge problem because their population is so big in percentage. That's affected. And how are they going to do this? Right. And it's to be transmitted more than one way, right? Well, and again is controversial some people say it's only tick bite, and that's it. Some people say it can be from a mosquito because a mosquito can by the deer. And I did. And then bite you. I mean, but that the as far as science today goes, the only thing that they verify is the tech. Okay. Well, that's what I was gonna ask, because there been like this war on ticks yet because I mean you look at mosquitoes in West Nile, and Zeka. I mean, I feel like those much more than this ticks, and Lyme disease are wait by ten full. Well, and they said last year, the CDC the CDC came out and said, three hundred thousand new cases of Lyme, where reported, and those are the ones that were diagnosed and reported. Right. So how many weren't diagnosed in how many weren't reported Yale is still involved in research for it, which is great Johns Hopkins is joining the fight for it. I'm not sure if Stanford I think Stanford was doing something at some point. But, but anyway, at least, you know, I think we're getting people are starting to take it more. Asli and more. Doctors are starting to recognize it and starting to diagnose it earlier. And the so for as far as the testing goes, though, I wanted to get back to this, I had this other tests that we paid for privately. It's not covered by insurance. It's and that's part of the problem. With one I'm lot of the treatment, isn't covered by insurance, but it called an eye jenex test, and it's a lab out from California. So you go in have your blood take and you send it to California. And then it's a more sensitive test, so it picks up the, the lime in your system. More easily than the, the other shoe tests that are recommended by the CDC, so those tests, that are not as sensitive, you might come up negative on. But the I genetics test is, is a broader spectrum test. So it will pick it up. And I did I did test positive for that, genetic test on many bands that I did not on the other tip. So as worth it to go through this other doctor that wasn't covered and everything. Because they're really gave you answers. You're searching for. Yeah. Plus, he did that whole full nutritional testing right, like my vitamin d level, which is always a lot of people live in the north is they usually have low vitamin d that's like a commonly known thing, and my level was less. They unsigned ten like it only tests. The blood tests are only sensitive down to a point of ten am I was less than like I had no vitamin d I had no v b twelve I had. No. I mean, I just was depleted in so many ways, but vitamin d is a is a good immune modulator. Right. So you're kind of going through it because your body's trying to fight this pathogen so it depletes your immune system and a lot of your nutritional, you get a lot of nutritional deficiencies just because your body's trying to overcome this pathogen, or go real quick. Let's stop for one second to talk about. JP. Grozny janas. Right. I mean you just can't stop talking about it your visit last week or so good. I love a good sandwich. That was the best thing, which I've had in a long time. What was your what meat, did you feel was the most? Cut poor Kette. He has the wriggle on there. It's great crusty bread. It was it was phenomenal. Italians do a good job of. They that guy knows his.

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"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

10:57 min | 1 year ago

"lyme syndrome" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

"That I am covered by insurance because, you know anybody who's been dealing with lime disease knows that it definitely can be very expensive process to try to recover from lime so anything that we can do to help make that easier. National physician. Where's white says? Gee, I wonder if I can if they're licensed natural paths in my state where can they find out that info at the American Association of naturopathic physicians? No here in New York, it's we're not there yet. Now keep trying though. Yeah, there's a few states that are that are still kind of struggling with trying to get that to go through and gain acceptance. What it does when that happens is it provides more safety for the public because if you know if people don't know, and they're going to see somebody who calls themselves in after Pathak doctor in, in somebody doesn't know that there are programs out there that it, we're individuals might go school for just a couple of months, take classes online, and if they're working at a state where they don't have to have any type of credentialing or a degree or prove that they've passed boards and olive added that there are continuing their training, you know, they can just hang shingle on. Sam naturopathic doctor. So you really there are people who are practicing unlicensed states that are from for your medical programs. You really want to ask somebody if you're gonna go see a naturopathic where did you graduate from how many years, did you go to school may be licensed in other states where there is licensure where they're maintaining that. But it really is safety for the public. You want someone who's working with you that has a medical background that's gonna be giving you medical advice and providing care Besters, one of the schools. And what are the others yet? I went to the national college of natural medicine, and there is also the southwest college of natural medicine or naturopathic medicine in Zona, and then investor also has a satellite school in, in California, as well. And there is also a school up in Vancouver BC, but there's, there's just a few of us than there is a school in on the west coast in Connecticut, but I think that it is actually closing, but it was a Bridgeport, which port university, so. Yeah, there you go. There's a little bit of background. They're not think that's important because it's we hear sometimes actually it's like Audi pronounce it right into its nature, Natura Pam as you start. You start there's like, how do you pronounce that thing? And then it's kinda like, well, what exactly is start talking to two different practitioners. And some of them are such MD's like you said, and then others are just like experts in supplements. So it does make it may. A huge difference in, in California. They can prescribe medicine as well, right? And here in New Hampshire. That's well, yeah. So it's, it's really, you know, you guys are the first than now, the trying to will not try to, but the functional medicine movement on the MD side of things is really trying to bridge that gap. But a why reinvent the wheel? You've got this wonderful training and education already in places like just become a natural path. Well, and it's a different type of training. So there's things I, I know what I know. I know what I don't know. And there are things that are going to be perfect for someone to come see after path for, they're gonna be things that are going to be more suited for seeing a conventional medical practitioner, that has hospital writes, in that can escalate things in a way that, that I can't that might training dozen involved. But when it comes to the chronic disease model naturopathic are really, we're, we're really trained from day, one to be managing a chronic illness, and that really is the, the number one issue, over acute disease, you know, over cute infections, the chronic illness is the one that's really putting a strain on human quality of life, and on, really the medical system in general, both financially, and, you know, in all respects so, speaking here and really focusing in on the patient in their whole story. So our goal is to really look at all aspects of, you know what a patient has been through up until the point that they are sitting down in. Our office. And then my job is to try to help them build themselves back into being healthy over the course of time in with lime disease. That is especially true, that there is a there's a whole rebuilding in restoration process along with trying to get over the infection speaking of that. Why lime disease? Why did I specialize in that when I first moved here, I grew up in Portland, Oregon actually I I'm not actually what east coast girl on the west coast girl, but I've lived here for about twelve years, and twelve or thirteen years. And I when I first moved here, my goal was to start a clinic for general practice, general family medicine, and environmental medicine was my main medical school. So cleaning people out toxins out of them getting helping them restore their health with how they eat in with our what's in their homes in their bodies. So doing key Latian in heavy metal Latian detox and people started to show up I growing up the reason why. Growing up in Portland, Oregon or growing up in an area where there isn't really much lime. Or at least there, wasn't for me growing up, and it was nothing compared to what it is here on the east coast. You know, it was I had no idea of what it really meant to live somewhere with a epidemic. You know, having to go outside. I mean, we had bugs in all sorts of stuff, and things like that in Oregon, but not not like it is here with ticks, and so people started to show up with illnesses, and I, you know, by hearing, their story, I tested them for lime are positive. I'd say we'll go in go into your PCP this positive for lime. It's an infectious disease at the time I wasn't how, how hard can it be? Gertie again. And, and I don't really like to anybody attics, it's not my thing. You know, I just graduated it was I that wasn't my focus or my comfort zone, so people came back patients come back by the week or two later and say, you know, I tried and they refused, they used to treat me so Mike. What am I coming from a social work background? I have a real problem with disenfranchisement and people not getting the care that they need. And so I started treating in this area once people here that you treat Lyme disease. They, you know, the word get quickly. And then. So we'd been a few years that I started to treat lime just because it kept showing up. So the practice chose me. And then I found out I had it. A line I had lime disease, Fabio sus. And so the patient as well. Yeah. So that was very life changing and helped me, a better doctor have those. Yeah. So where what did you turn to, to begin learning about line, the first packet, the first thing I ever read, and actually I'm going to be doing a lecture with him in a few weeks? I'm I'm a little nervous about that because he's like my lame superhero. But is a Joseph I gone. Oh, yes, of course, he has a packet out online called advanced topics online disease. And, and when I was, I thinking, all right. Maybe I'll do this lime thing, but many doctors doing it and people need help, and I gotta get myself like I gotta get some idea of what to do. What's going with that handle this? So it's about a forty five forty forty page document, and I have recommended over the years, because it was for a long time before other books that come out online that was. A really nice resource for people that could be reliable because it's a big issue with people trying to find reliable information around Lyme disease with the internet, especially with everything out there. And all the fear and kind of the, you know, the opinions about it. So I would say that was my very first resource that really helped me in, then, of course, I've been training, a member of eyelids. And, and I've been doing their trainings for years in some going yearly to the conferences the best, I can in the knife, started off by taking their they have courses that they teach every year for new doctors that are treating lime to kinda give them a primer on idea of how to get started. So I started with that about a decade ago or a little over a decade. Awesome. Just curious. Why? I mean that kind of the answer already my head. But I wanna ask you, why not the idea say. Well, you're going there. Okay. But really? So you're gonna call you dock your doctor? Right. And Lyme disease is kind of new to you. And the only reason I feel you would not lean that way, because you're Natura path in, you kinda low more open minded, but why not go to the experts because treatment appears people being denied care. Okay. It doesn't match the model that's currently out there and I realized that early on the model that's currently out there as far as guiding in my opinion. Okay. If our guiding doctors as to how to treat lime didn't match what I was seeing in the patient population as far as what was being offered for treatment, what people how people are being turned away that had obvious symptoms lab results that, you know, that treatment time one of the major differences, I find between the idea say I ladder is treatment time, you know, that, that we treat longer in. We treat until we see symptoms. Coming to a time of being in a place of remission or recovery. And, and many times in the current the current limitations set out by the idea say it's sort of like the well we've treated you for lime. That's it, you're done. And it has to be something else now. And then they have post Lyme syndrome in, you know, if you look at the literature, there, even doctors who are in alignment, more with the conventional model, but they'll say in, you know, instead, he's that, okay? We have the definition of post Lyme syndrome for individuals who pad lime in now have, you know, continued joint pain, headaches fatigue, will, how are we serving that population? You know, that was really important question of somebody who falls more the idea say, model when I was doing research for the book they, you know, like, how do we serve this population? We don't even have they didn't even have guidelines as to how to really serve this population that had all these chronic issues after having line. We label then call it something. But there's really no fall. Oh, through with how to manage care for these individuals. So I think those are some big distinctions in why that model didn't work well for me. And also, you'll find that the islets model is very integrative with natural medicines in weaving that in, and that's a really big part in a really popular part, when you when you go to the conferences in things you see, allow the doctors, the MD's Dios nurse practitioners natural as are all talking about conventional.

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"lyme syndrome" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:43 min | 1 year ago

"lyme syndrome" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To the all new sick and tired of being sick and tired. I'm Rachel ash here with my co host ashed center medical director, an internist Dr Alison pied itch. We have been talking with Dr Pye today about adrenal support adrenal fatigue, chronic fatigue. And we're right now before we cut to the break we've been talking about adapted jen's they are plants used for healing abilities to help with adrenal support at adrenal fatigue. And we just we're talking about ginseng sing, I recommend it. When you're going through those acute stressful situations. I also think that getting through a tea is a fantastic option to get it as well. Yeah. And I think that's about it. That's going to another popular adapted in a rodeo Ola. So rodeo la- it's also called a golden route. I think also comes from a plant so where deal is one of my favorite adopted ins, and that's because it increases cortisol. So that's for the people with adrenal insufficiency. Now what I like about road. Rodeo Ola is has the least amount of interactions at almost no interactions with any other medications or other supplements. Ginseng, people can have some I've had people have sensitivities saying racing heart allergic reactions to it very few. But I've seen it before Virgil is one that really does very well with everything else that you're taking right? And and just like you either rodeo low Jin saying or some of the other ones, I ratio ginger that will get to a little bit later on. We all need to be tested to figure out specifically what we need because adapted and some of them can increase your cortisol. Some can. Decrease. So it's not a catchall for everybody. And it's really important to know which ones you need to be on. So some being evaluated properly, by physicians such as Dr Pye ditch or somebody who who operates in the more functional medicine world can figure out what exactly you should be on. And what you shouldn't be taking which is really important. Yeah. So the rodeo Ola there were some trials done in Sweden a few years ago, and what they found was that people suffering with the stress related fatigue. Which is another way of how they describe adrenal insufficiency is what they showed in the research is that giving a repeat administration of rodeo Ola exerts an anti fatigue effect that increases mental performance, especially in ability to concentrate in helps with the response in awakening, not stress. Burnout people get with fatigue syndrome. So that's really the classic adrenal insufficiency patience as well. So it makes you more wake it helps you concentrate helps you sort of get through your day get that cortisol going and the most important thing too is taking it in the morning. Rodeo only ever take it in the morning and maybe early afternoon sometimes referred to as the herb of invincibility. Yes. So the they did find that. It's you know, I don't think it's I don't know if it's on the list of of herbs you're not allowed to have for the Olympics. They did we're not sure I'm not sure that's something. I so if one of you guys can look it up and let me know. But it's found that Russians are giving we're giving it to their astronauts and their Olympic athletes because of its remarkable properties of increasing cortisol levels, right and increasing your energy levels, in alertness, and if you're more alert, obviously, you're going to be a better athlete. The thing about these adopted into is that when we're saying increases cortisol decreases cortisol, but the whole thing about it is that it actually balances cortisol. So if your quota sells low it's going to increase it to a balance, it's not going to overdo it. It's not going to say it, exactly. That's the really important thing was we're getting your cortisol backup to just a study state. And the good thing too. Is that these actually help heal the adrenal glands? So these aren't things you're going to be on forever. It's just in the meantime, as we're healing the pure essentials adrenal support has a rodeo obey Senate. And that's something that we really like to recommend for patients with adrenal fatigue in drill. All my patients will end up on this medication after testing, of course, sure that this is what they need. But it's this is one of the biggest impacts on people's health, and they're just general wellbeing and functioning every day. This has icy has the biggest impact. Yeah. And it's a it's just a really potent high-quality nutraceutical supplement from pure essentials. It is called adrenal support. And it's available either through the centre or you can go on on their website, and it's pure hyphen essentials dot com, but you can go and see and just everything that's in it. But it's a really effective way to get some of these adapted Jains and get your adrenal re-regulated. So let's get to another really popular one ginger so ginger is another adopted in that is using traditional Chinese medicine the user for like, insomnia fatigue. Muscle spasms. And we realized overtime. It's another classic adopted Jin as well in Germany. So in Europe, it's it is a medically for conventional medicine approved for chronic fatigue syndrome for helping current teacher syndrome, and you know, what it helps with helps with concentration it really helps with gut health as well too. But one of the best things that helps with is the immune system and immune system repair. So when we when I said different adopted Jains do different things, and you have to find out which one you actually need ginger is one of the ones that I do recommend to my autoimmune patients, especially or patients with allergies sensitivities food sensitivities because that's all immune system stuff. Right. We have to get on track and chronic fatigue syndrome, when you have a high up steam bar lime Tigers chronic Lyme syndrome, the those types of syndromes ginger works incredibly well. Right, and juicing fresh ginger is probably the best, you know, having ginger ale or soda or ginger snap. Cookies. Don't get. Get enough. You're not gonna get enough. And there's a lot of other stuff in it that takes away from the the benefits. So I actually will juice ginger. So it's really easy. You guys you just get ginger. You get like a root of ginger you've put it in the blender. I've see peel it. I put it in the blender peeling it with a spoon works really well too. It's really easy to peel with just the edge of a spoon grinded up, and the special thing you need for those you have to get like cheesecloth. So it's like that really soft fine kind of cloth. Material you put you just pour. The you're kind of ground ginger in that. And you squeeze it in knots, the juice from the ginger Zee squeeze that out into a pitcher and it lasts like a week to two weeks in your refrigerator, and I really liked organic. Amazing recipes and she prone maple syrup for real though, she she can bring us she brings in some amazing concoctions. Yeah. It is. So ginger really really popular, you know, juicing fresh ginger. Shot a day or half a glass a day, an ginger also helps you lose weight too. It's a really nice side effect of it. So when you get that low drain all issues as well. The insufficiency ginger is a a great weight loss support to sounds great. So let's get to another popular is more of a trendier adapted mushrooms. We hear Rishi allot reshi mushrooms. There is a reshi mushroom coffee up there. Mottaki? There's a lot of different types of my Portis ups are another big one so mushrooms only certain mushrooms are adopted ins, and it's really those kind of specialty mushrooms like we said cortisol reshi shitaki Mottaki, the two big ones are Cordis ups and reshi Cordis ups are like you don't always see those in the store there little more in supplement form, but they kind of have little finger like projections. That's what they look like little fingers. I actually don't know what she looks like because I don't ever really see them in the store. It's more like in TS. Yeah. Well now, but these mushrooms are pretty phenomenal adopted gyms, basically, they have a classic effect on cortisol, but mostly immune enhancing properties and anti tumor properties. Cortisol mushrooms have shown to they do have a pretty big impact on cortisol levels and oxidative stress. There was a study done in two thousand and six it was a while ago. So we've known about mushrooms for quite some time now before they've really became popular. And it found that sedentary adult males better regulated cortisol levels after taking cortisone mushrooms and had they had like Antiphon quality instead of having like caffeine, right? You can have so much right? Which will regulate your cortisol instead of dropping it and sort of having an opposite effect. It's supposed to write the problem of having the caffeine. Is you get you? Give us a high, right? Yeah. The crashes your journals. If if you guys a great example, Rachel. Your. And so it also helps increase testosterone levels too. So I will tell my men with lower testosterone levels you and women too. You can add this in a couple of times a week, and tease. Yeah. Right. And then the really big one reshi, right like fishy. Every now I feel like she t- everywhere. So what is it? What does it do? They actually have done some double blind studies, which is fantastic for Rishi mushrooms. And basically what it showed was patients that were suffering from, you know, the common ailments with adrenal fatigue showed in in total in desirable effects like positive effects in the end. So they're saying increase energy improved immune system. So it had this sort of overall adopted in effect, so adapted type, you know, other ones that are really popular know that we've heard of Oshawa Gonda, I know holy basil. Anything what are some of the other Astro Llagas is one Bury's are another one? Now, those I don't use as awesome because they have a little more of interaction profile with other medications or other supplements. So I always tell patients, you know. It's okay. If you wanna take these, but you really have to check with your physician, your functional physician to make sure that these medications aren't going to interact with the other supplements that you're on. So that the supplements went interact at anything else on an. Yeah. So the other adopted ins that work a little more for the immune system, which we're not really focusing on today. But we talked about ginseng Hesam Yoon system effects as well. Astro Gallus is a little more of immune system was fair tall has adopted in effect too. That's what comes from grapes. Right. The skin of grapes in red wine in cats claws while so those have really strong immune system properties in the ones. I tend to focus on a little more with chronic upstream bar. However, I find that vitamin c works. Sometimes just as good or better and has no side of. Checks. So I tend to push people more into the vitamin C category. If they're having immune system dysfunction, right? And that's why it's so important to be properly evaluated by a physician the way that Dr Pye ditch practices because it's super important to know exactly what your body requires since. We're all unique biochemistry is to be evaluated to see what you might react to what's going to have a positive effect. What's you know, what sort of is a neutral effect or even a negative effect? Just because something's healthy for me. Doesn't mean it's going to be healthy for another individual, even though it's something that's considered healthy. So it's super important to know what exactly you need. What adoptions you should be taking? And if they're ways that we can do things naturally, we talked before about pure essentials in the adrenal support and not to supplement that has the rodeo la-, and it basically, it's a all natural proprietary patented extract. It has really in rodeo land rodeo lie in it. And it's really just a high level supplement a high quality nutraceutical because I know a lot of times if you'll go and you'll look for these. Adapted or different supplements. You're not going to get the quality that you need to have it be effective. And that's one of the reasons why we really like the pure essentials brand is because it is super effective. It's highly absorbable. It's highly effective, and we're able to use it with patients and get results. So I've seen to patients always come in. And I I get a list of the medications they're on and they'll be on to adapted ins that are opposing each other ones raising cortisol ones lowering cortisol, right? So right. It's silly to you don't realize that. That's you're doing you think I'm on an adoption, and it's good for me. But the supplement has both of them in there, which doesn't make any sense, right? Right. So it's just it's really important to know exactly what you need to be on. So that property evaluation is important. We actually have to cut to a commercial break..

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"lyme syndrome" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:42 min | 1 year ago

"lyme syndrome" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'm Rachel ash here with my co host ashed center medical director, an internist Dr Alison pied itch. We have been talking with Dr Pye today about adrenal support adrenal fatigue, chronic fatigue. And we're right now before we cut to the break we've been talking about adapted jen's they are plants used for healing abilities to help with adrenal support at adrenal fatigue. And we just we're talking about ginseng ginseng, I recommend it when you're going through those acute stressful situations. I also think that getting it through a t is a fantastic option to get it as well. And I think that's about it. Let's go to another popular adapted in a rodeo Ola. So rodeo la-, it's also cold golden route. I think. Also comes from a plant. So where do you all is one of my favorite adopted ins, and that's because it increases cortisol. So that's for the people with adrenal insufficiency. Now what I like about road. Rodeo Ola is has the least amount of interactions at almost no interactions with any other medications or other supplements. Ginseng, people can have some I've had people have sensitivities saying racing heart allergic reactions to it very few. But I've seen it before. Rodeo is one that really does very well with everything else that you're taking right? And and just like you either rodeo low John saying or some of the other ones, I ratio ginger that will get to a little bit later on. We all need to be tested to figure out specifically what we need because at Dapitan some of them can increase your quotas. Awesome can decrease. So it's not a catchall for everybody. And it's really important to know which ones you need to be on. So some being evaluated properly by a physician. Such as donelson pike or somebody who who operates in the more functional medicine world can figure out what exactly you should be on. What you shouldn't be taking which is really important. Yeah. So rodeo Ola there were some trials done in Sweden a few years ago, and what they found was that people suffering with the stress related fatigue. Which is another way of how they describe adrenal insufficiency is what they showed in the research is that giving a repeat administration of rodeo Ola exerts an anti fatigue affect the increases mental performance. Especially inability to concentrate an helps with the response and awakening not stress burn up people get with fatigue syndrome. So that's really the classic deficiency patients as well. So it makes you more wake helps you concentrate helps you sort of. Get through your day get that cortisol going and the most important thing too is taking it in the morning. Rodeo only ever take it in the morning and maybe early afternoon sometimes referred to as the herb of invincibility. Yes. So the they did find that. It's you know, I don't think it's I don't know if it's on the list of of herbs that you're not allowed to have for the Olympics. They did we're not sure I'm not sure that's something. I so one of you guys can look it up and let me know. But it's found that Russians are giving we're giving it to their astronauts and their Olympic athletes because of its remarkable properties of increasing cortisol levels, right and increasing your energy levels, in alertness, and if you're more alert, obviously, you're going to be a better athlete. The thing about these adopted into is that when we're saying increases cortisol decreases cortisol, but the whole thing about it is that it actually balances cortisol. So if your cortisol is low it's going to increase it to a balance, it's not going to overdo it. It's not gonna say it or drop. It exactly. That's the really important thing is we're getting your cortisol backup to just a study state. And the good thing is that these actually help heal the adrenal glands. So these aren't things you're going to be on forever. It's just in the meantime, as we're healing the pure essentials adrenal support and has a rodeo obey Senate. And that's something that we really like to recommend for patients with adrenal fatigue and drill. All my patients will end up on this medication after testing, of course, juncture that this is what they need. But it's this is one of the biggest impacts on people's health, and they're just general wellbeing and functioning every day. This has icy has the biggest impact. Yeah. And it's a it's just a really potent high-quality nutraceutical supplement from pure essentials. It is called adrenal support. And it's available either through the centre or you can go on on their website, and it's pure hyphen essentials dot com, but you can go and see and just everything that's in it. But it's a really effective way to get some of these adapted Jains and get your adrenal re-regulated. So let's get to another really popular one ginger so ginger is another adopted in that is used in traditional Chinese medicine the user for like, insomnia fatigue. League muscle spasms. And we realized overtime. It's another classic adopted Jin as well in Germany. So in Europe, it's it is a medically for conventional medicine approved for chronic fatigue syndrome for helping carnival teacher syndrome. And you know, what it helps with helps with concentration it really helps with gut health as well too. But one of the best things that helps with is the immune system and immune system repair. So when we when I said different adopted Jains do different things, and you have to find out which one you actually need ginger is one of the ones that I do recommend to my auto immune patients, especially or patients with allergies sensitivities food sensitivities because that's all immune system stuff. Right. We have to get on track and chronic fatigue syndrome, when you have a high Epstein Barr lime Tigers chronic Lyme syndrome, tho those types of syndromes ginger works incredibly well. Right, and juicing fresh ginger is probably the best, you know, having ginger ale or soda or ginger snap. Cookies. Don't get enough. You're not going to get enough. In those a lot of other stuff in it that takes away from the the benefits. So I I actually will juice ginger. So it's really easy. You guys you just get ginger. You get like a of ginger you've put it in the blender. I've see peel it. I put it in the blender peeling it with a spoon works really well too. It's really easy to peel with just the edge of a spoon grinded up and the special thing you need those you have to get like cheesecloth. So it's like that really soft fine kind of cloth material, you put your just poorer the you're kind of ground up ginger in that, and you squeeze it in that's the juice from the ginger Zee squeeze that out into pitcher that lasts like a week to two weeks in your refrigerator, and I really liked organic. Dr amazing recipes and she own maple syrup for real though, she she can bring and she brings him some amazing concoctions. The maple syrup. It is. So ginger really really popular, you know, juicing fresh ginger. Shot a day or half a glass today. An ginger also helps you lose weight too. It's a really nice side effect of it. So when you get that low during all issues as well. The insufficiency ginger is a a great weight loss support to it. Sounds great. So let's get to another popular is more of a trendier adapted mushrooms. We hear Rishi a lot reshi mushrooms. There is a reshi mushroom coffee up there. Mottaki? There's a lot of different types of my heart for disrupts or another big one too so mushrooms only certain mushrooms are adopted ins, and it's really those kind of specialty mushrooms like we said cortisol reshi shitaki Mottaki, the two big ones are Cordis ups and reshi criticize like you. Don't always see those in the store, they're a little more in supplement form, but they kind of have little finger like projections. That's what they look like little fingers. I actually don't know what a regime looks like because I don't ever really see them in the store. It's more like in TS. Yeah. Coffees well now, but these mushrooms are pretty phenomenal adopted gyms, basically, they have a classic effect on cortisol, but mostly immune enhancing properties and anti tumor properties. Cortisol mushrooms have shown to they do have a pretty big impact on cortisol levels and oxidative stress. There was a study done in two thousand and six those a while ago. So we've known about mushrooms for quite some time now before they've really became popular. And it found that sedentary adult males better regulated cortisol levels after taking cortisone mushrooms and had they had like anti fatigue quality instead of having like caffeine, right? You can have some mushrooms, right, which will regulate your cortisol instead of dropping it and sort of having an opposite effect. It's supposed to right, right. The problem of having the caffeine. Is you get you? Give us a high, right? Yeah. The crashes your journals. If if you guys this is a great example, Rachel. And so it also helps increase testosterone levels too. So I will tell my men with lower testosterone levels and women to you. You can add this in a couple of times a week, and these are mainly in tease. Yeah. Right. And then the really big one is reshi, right? Like, she every now, I feel like she t- everywhere. So what is it? What does it do? They actually have done some double blind studies, which is fantastic for Rishi mushrooms. And basically what it showed was patients that were suffering from, you know, the common elements with adrenal fatigue showed in in total in desirable effects like positive effects in the end. So they're saying increase energy improved immune system. So it had the sort of overall adopted Jennifer so adapted Tampa, you know, other ones that are really popular, you know, that we've heard of other Gonda, I know holy basil. Anything what are some of the other Astro? Log is one. Omission berries are another one. Now, those I don't use his awesome because they have a little more of a interaction profile with other medications or other supplements. So I always tell patients, you know. It's okay. If you wanna take these, but you really have to check with your physician, your functional physician to make sure that these medications aren't going to interact with the other supplements that you're on. So that these uplands went interact at anything else on. Yeah. So the other adopted ins that work a little more for the immune system, which we're not really focusing on today. But we talked about ginseng Huzzah mean system effects, as well, Astro Gallus is a little more of immune system was fair tall has adopted in effect too. That's what comes from grapes. Right. The skin of grapes and red wine in cats claws. Well, so those have really strong immune system properties in the ones. I tend to focus on a little more with chronic. Epstein barr. However, I find that vitamin c works. Sometimes just as good or better. And has no side effects. So I tend to push people more into the vitamin C category. If they're having immune system dysfunction, right? And that's why it's so important to be properly evaluated by a physician the way the Pye ditch practices because it's super important to know exactly what your body requires since. We're all unique biochemistry is to be evaluated to see what you might react to what's going to have a positive effect. What's you know, what sort of is a neutral effect or even a negative effect? Just because something's healthy for me. Doesn't mean it's going to be healthy for another individual, even though if it's something that's considered healthy. So it's super important to know what exactly you need what adopted you should be taking. And if they're ways that we can do things naturally, we talked before about pure essentials in the adrenal support and not to supplement that has the rodeo, and it basically, it's a all natural proprietary patented extract. It has really in rodeo land really rodeo lie in it. And it's really just a high level supplement a high quality nutraceutical because I know. A lot of times if you'll go and you'll look for these adaptions or different supplements. You're not going to get the quality that you need to have it be effective. And that's one of the reasons why we really like the pure essentials brand is because it is super effective. It's highly absorbable. It's highly effective, and we're able to use it with patients and get results. So I've seen to patients always come in. And I get a list of the medications they're on and they'll be on to adapted ins that are opposing each other ones raising cortisol ones lowering cortisol, right? So right. It's silly to you don't realize that. That's you're doing you think I'm on an adoption, and it's good for me. But the supplement has both of them in there, which doesn't make any sense, right? Right. So it's just it's really important to know exactly what you need to be on. So that property evaluation is important. We actually have to cut to a commercial break..

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