20 Burst results for "Vitamin A Deficiency"
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on Big Book Podcast
"I resented the fact. That frank had done this to me. And i just didn't know what was going on. Life was pretty miserable about this time at christmas after being under the doctors care. We decided that there wasn't anything more to do. Every time i got drunk my husband would send me to a nursing home. He hesitated to send me back to that hospital. I think i disrupted the hospital anyhow after christmas. My husband gave me a cocker spaniel. Who is i think just as notorious a as i am frank had to go to new york but because i had a dog we had a duplex and i thought if only we had a house a duplex apartment isn't any place to raise a dog so i located a house and i thought we ought to move into it immediately but frank was horrified because he never knew what was going to happen to me. He always thought that. Maybe i was safer in a building where there were other people. He said that because of my drinking he shouldn't leave but that he had to go to new york for two weeks. Then he said. I couldn't possibly move on the first of february because i couldn't stay in that place by myself. He said if your father will come out and stay with you you can have the house. So i called my father. And he said yes he'd come out and stay with me for that time. I loved my father dearly. And i adored my dog and i had gotten this new house and frank had just given me a new coat and i was thrilled to death so frank went to new york and despite all these things i got drunk. My father as i have said was very indulgent and loved me dearly and knew how to get around me. He talked me into taking the samaritan treatment. He even had the people come out and tell me what kind of room i was going to have. And that he could come and see me and that the dog could come and see me so i took the samaritan treatment. I guess there are plenty of other graduates of this treatment around. There are no easy ways to sober up. But that's the most excruciating. I took that treatment three times and it didn't work at least for me. There was a doctor in our church congregation. Who is very interested in my case and he thought it was a vitamin deficiency..
Lo Bosworth, founder and CEO of Love Wellness: My body could just not manage the stress anymore.
"We talk a lot about career transitions and it seems like yes. You're on the show and then you're doing things that were kind of ten gentle brands to entertainment industry and then you started to do something. That was really different which was go to culinary school. Yeah did you think about that first transition so the culinary school thing actually does for me have its roots in the entertainment industry? At that time I was talking to cooking channel and food network about doing something in the space because we had had conversations and I love to cook it was my biggest passionate still is one of my biggest passions and so to cook. Got Everything vegetables all vegetables and one hundred different ways chicken not what? I was going to expect certain people that really love to cook really liked to cook basic things but in twenty five different ways. You know it's like how do you take a carrot and turn it into five different things? That's how I really approach cooking back to what we were talking about those so everybody who is working on my team at that point was like listen. We think that you should probably go to culinary school. You know you do have this hurdle to cross now which is going from reality star or somebody who's cooking space than we need to legitimize you see. You need to go to culinary school and I always had always wanted to go and so I went to Culinary School and Oh my God. It was the best thing I've ever done. It was so exciting every day. You Good Oh God I was the best truly and I don't mean to show off but yeah I kicked everyone else's asked but it's just comes really naturally to me. It's something that I don't really have to think about but it was the best thing I've ever done. It was so fun to work in the kitchens and to be on the line. And you just feel like you're a part of a team was the goal to do this that you could get the cooking show. Yes so the goal was to go to culinary school. Legitimize yourself in this space start making a ton of food content talks about your experience and then we'll make something happen sort of like with one of these networks and it was at that time that I was in a relationship that I thought was like my permanent partner relationship and it ended up not working out and it created a lot of stress and anxiety in my body. I got a call that the cooking stuff was not gonNA work out. They were not interested in like pursuing the contract that we were working on and it was at that point that I started to get sick. I was experiencing really bad depression and anxiety really bad dizziness exhaustion fatigue. I was truly upside down in my body. It's like if you have a glass of water and you start filling up with water and all of a sudden the water search to spillover. That's how I felt in my body. All of a sudden I I was fine one day and then the next day I was not fine anymore and I think. It was like a confluence of factors. You know your career you have something that doesn't come to fruition after you've been working on it for really long. Your relationship is not working. Something's not right in your body and you sort of come to a crossroads and have to make decisions about how you want to move forward with your life and it was through that experience of not being well and trying to heal my body and trying to be a better place or an okay place again physically and mentally and emotionally that love wellness was born during this period which you're talk describing a very dark and difficult period for yourself. Were you doing everyday? Adjust my timeline a little bit but you had finished the school finish culinary school. I was creating a lot of content scales so it was on the low down on my Youtube Channel at that point And were you being open with your audience but your struggle eventually but not as you were going through not as I was going through it. It sort of closer to the tail of the experience because I just didn't know what was going on totally understand. Who would who would share that? You know that was a two thousand. Fifteen Odi was talking about this stuff yet. People talk about it all the time now but in two thousand fifteen not talking about this stuff so he's still creating content and at that point. I was really monetize and everything I was doing. It was going really well. I had a great youtube channel. I was putting out videos all the time. Blog post a team a small team. Yeah so we still have the low down. And I had three people creating content alongside of me. I would say that a couple years ago really was kind of like heyday for content creators. And so everything was going really well but I was just sick but at that point I would say that my content definitely transition for more of beauty focused to definitely wellness and food focus and nutrition for me replete a huge part in my life when I was trying to sort of get better and so my content started to reflect that without me revealing what was going on so low. Wellness was obviously born out of your personal journey that you're going through Wallace. The white space that you saw that you were like there's a business here so along with sort of just like the depression the anxiety all of those things. I was at the Obgyn all the time. Because like when you're chemicals are out of balance your is out of balance. You'RE GONNA get infections all the time I was. Obgyn constantly. Because I just could not get control over my body and it turns out that I was suffering from really severe vitamin deficiencies and so it took me a year and a half to make that discovery or for a doctor to connect what I was going through to something that was actually physically manifesting itself in my body. It's like the example. I gave with a glass of water. The water started to spill over for me. My vitamin levels dropped so low that my body could just not manage the stress anymore and so it started to manifest itself physically mentally emotionally in all of these different ways so I went from doctor to doctor and practitioner to practice. Schnur natural path to chiropractor to healer to meditation specialist. You name it. I did it in an effort to try to feel normal because I was so uncomfortable at my body that I just knew that something was wrong beyond just generalized anxiety or a moment of depression. Right when I finally discovered that it was these vitamin deficiencies. It really blew my mind. It was a huge sense of relief. I would say not because I could sort of put the blame on it but just because I finally had some kind of path forward you can get a name. I could give it a name and I could take some kind of action that actually improve my life and so it was really a pivotal moment for me but back to the White Space Question. I was the obgyn constantly. And the prescriptions didn't work or they would work for a limited time and I was at the drugstore constantly and I was standing in the fucking Tampon. I'll looking at all of these products from legacy brands and just a feeling bad about myself because it was there again. Be embarrassed that I needed products to take care of my body which is a shared experience among women. When you have been low key advertise anti-feminist messages from these companies. Your whole life and see. I just felt like when I use those products. They didn't actually work. You know they were irritating for your body. They they didn't work people still sell douches. That's crazy to me so I think that's a really interesting point because when I think about wellness. Yeah the space there are kind of two camps that I see one is. It's definitely a hot space. Unlike what you were talking about your experience in two thousand fifteen today people are talking about it off which is great and I think that there are kind of the companies that look at wellness and don't necessarily take the scientific backed approach and then there are companies that definitely do. What was your thought in coming up with what you wanted. Love Wellness to stand for. Shar so for me. I couldn't find products that were readily available. That made me feel better and so it was sort of the graduation to different kind of specialists in women's health and research that really changed my perspective on how to take care of my body and it's interesting because doctors will still tell you don't use this kind of detergent etta healthy diet get sleep but until you actually put those lifestyle changes into practice so you don't really realize how serious they are about those things and there's nobody out there until sort of recently that is saying the products that these legacy brands put out. There are not actually that great. For Women's unique biology's they were invented by men decades ago. They have been sitting on the shelf for a really long time and women's research has come a long way since these products were invented. Right clearly. What we're talking about. We're not talking about Tampon. I mean we are talking about tampons. We're talking about douches. We're talking about lubricant. We'RE TALKING ABOUT PERSONAL CARE. Washes Oak all that stuff that you find in the women's personal care while we're talking about Antifungal over here. All of these products were invented a while ago and they have not gotten makeovers in a really long time and they've been marketed as safe and effective for women. But I would say that most women's could could say honestly from their experience with them that they really are not. Nobody has really been talking about that but brands like level wellness and other brands in the space are talking about that. But there's this huge sort of area of misinformation when it comes to this kind of stuff that we're trying to sort of breakthrough and solve with good education doctors that are on our team et Cetera et
UK teen loses vision and hearing due to junk food diet
"Because if you have a team or a toddler in your life chances are good they probably eat a diet just like this kid the kid in the U. K. U. seventeen years old and apparently he's lost his eyesight because of all the junk food that he's been eating since elementary school no defined junk food chili Ammar so his diet consists of fries chips white bread processed ham and sausage and he's been eating that since he was in elementary school I guess when he was fourteen he goes to the doctor he complains of being tired and at that time he was diagnosed with anemia and beat vitamin deficiency right well then he started to lose his hearing. then he has trouble seeing now he had can't see at all his vision loss is permanent because of something they say is optic neuropathy which is rare but can happen as a direct result of a bad diet nutrition unbelievable so now well here's the thing this teens diet of fries chips in white bread sounds identical to my fifteen year old daughter Kaila is where he's different this team is different because at least he ate ham and sausage so you've talked on the show about your concerns about your fifteen year old eating less you say like a toddler your typical let's go through each meal breakfast what is your daughter typically have kix cereal with milk and lunch of macaroni and cheese probably from Pinera. and dinner cheese pizza. so should that's kind of she she has a very limited it may be a cheese quesadilla. or a grilled cheese sandwich see I'm I'm I'm laughing because it sounds like something my five year old would do and I would hope in the next ten years eventually other health here you know all I rider guns for pasta with butter but just pasta in but what do you think it would take your fifteen or do you think if you share this story and granted it's a rare thing that happened but still this is happened he said look this this teenager in the U. K. went blind and deaf because of a horrible diet you need to change I think something is drastic is going to have to happen to your I think she's going to need a wake up call that that the people that aren't her mom or me or anybody in our family it's gonna have to be a doctor or a surgeon or someone that says listen you have very serious health problems and if you don't start doing X. Y. and Z. this is going to cause even longer term issues it's scary because if this happens to a teenager in theory could happen to any of anyone I'm all this kid was fourteen when he started complaining about his issues and now we seventeen and he's blind are you kidding me Kyle is fifteen and this is her diet somebody send that link to my daughter you'll find it by the way the stories in the Toby in Chile page a washer from dot com to feel like you need to share this with somebody in your life who has a diet very similar to this kid who knew nutritional optic they're off the beaten Rafi that right now drop the fee is
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on 710 WOR
"You're eating processed meats one meal a day, you're gonna get cancer shares gravity. Geez. That's frightening. Doc. It's one of those things where we have information and kind of like knowing well opioids addictive, they can kill you. And so you have charges to void him. And you know, void that risk of death even Turkey bacon. Same thing. Yes. All right. Let's go next band. Name still bacon Connie in panorama City, California. Hi, Connie, go ahead. Yes. I have cable decks lights in my eyes. And I wanted to know how to get rid of them. What do you have in your eyes demo decks de Modell? Decks, you have mites in your little little mites for all right, doc. She's got might in her eyes. Okay. Why get a second opinion on that? I'd be amazed. You know, anything's possible. That would be as I guess second opinion. Somebody other side of town out drinking the same stuff or of the same stuff. I made it diagnoses, but any rate very easy to term if there's mites in the is you just take some of the the tears from the eyes like acute side. In the microscope, and they'll be swimming around. And they're they're little eight Lamey. That does happen, right? Yeah. It's extremely rare. And of course, it's very easy to deal with it. Okay. You'd have to wash your face wash your eyes, and I drops clear that up they can. And you have to word you get okay. As a cat or dog in the house. No kissing somebody church who has a dog or cat with it. And they're transmitting it to them. There's a reason why people have these things, but they have left riots, which is inflammation or swelling of the eyelids. It could be something as simple as vitamin agent patients. Here could be some fumes in the car. And so little little more detective read needs to be done here determine that. But like you say you can go to just to walk in pharmacy and just go to the public part of the pharmacy. Don't even need to see it pharmacist. And just go to have these various, I drives, and there's many anti-inflammatories summer just moisturizers, and and so forth, and that will definitely help somebody like they could have gluten intolerance eating biscuits for breakfast, and and spaghetti for lunch and things like that. And and they're not taking supplements, and you can get a vitamin deficiency which can result and things going on in the is that can be. Misinterpreted many many things could be simple by age efficiency has parasites. It's easy determine that. Because you can actually collect the tears. I mean, you know, from the corners of the eyes of the q tip and put on a slide look on the microscope. They're very easy to see because he tend to move around a lot. Doc are the might in your body coming out through your tear ducts, or are they just simply the is. No, no, no, no. They're not inside. The is you know on the surface of the is underneath the eyelids. If there again, a lot of people say, oh, you know, for instance, if they have extra from gluten intolerance closer decision certain nutrients 'cause it can't absorb it through the injured intestines. People say, oh, you have parasites skin. You have fleas and mites and things like that and your skin, but really eggs MMA, nutritional deficiency. And so, you know, I'd wanna know who these people are made at diagnoses or she just taught at herself or what's going on there? But again, easy Termine taking a q tip in the corner of the eye on both cars outside the inside. Connor get some of the tears put on a slide remember microscope. Then I would I would sit down and say, what am I eating? My having oatmeal for breakfast every morning. And so this is for breakfast every morning, and so it could be gluten problem as a result the vitamin deficiency. Doc, we're gonna come back final hour to go..
Brits, bad weather and vitamin deficiencies
"It's not something we in Australia have to worry about too much. But as Britain, emerges from the worst of its winter weather, most people are crying out for a bit of vitamin d we often laugh at the Brits as they son bake in Hyde Park in any other piece of grasping the temperature peaks at anything over twenty degrees. But Europe correspondence meant the holy is laughing. No more. She says she's got her swimsuit ready to go. It comes. Oh, the sun, I've spent most of my life trying to stay out of it. But after just six months in the UK, I'm yearning for its return. And it's not just in my head and heart. That's in my blood will actually the problem is it isn't a routine blood tests revealed, I'm vitamin d deficient after just six months living in London. The doctor pops me on seven-week, intense course vitamins to boost the liberals, given the rather anemic son. Here has no chance of helping me. Just yet if I'm deficient after such a short time living in London, then surely the rest of the population is two population should consider taking her Lodo supplement during winter and spring months professor Adrian Mazur news, an expert on vitamin d at the London School of medicine. So I gave him a call. Richmond. And we are designed as humans to meet our requirement from the action for some because the UK or London in particular is fifty one degrees north ultraviolet b intensity is insufficient to stimulate synthesis of d in the skin for much of the winter and spring a lot of the population have low levels by the time we get to this time of year. It's not something I think has straightly ins have to deal with so explain to me, Walt the side effects in all having a low vitamin d count. Where were low vitamin d levels are best known for causing problems with bone and calcium. So very very low levels can cause rickets and children, which is the problem with the growth play of the bone or stay Malaysia and adults which is a problem with softening of the bone. There are deaths due to vitamin d deficiency. In the U K every year and says, the less dramatic manifestations. There's growing evidence that these important for your immune system in particular for defense against restriction factions in our own work has shown that taking vitamin d supplement can actually reduce your risk of getting a prescription fiction so cold the like that that's a lot of people in a lot of money. I think on vitamin D tablets if deterrence with away then yes that is potential expense. My personal feeling is that in the UK the prevalence of profound deficiencies such that we need to start thinking about vitamin d fortification that is adding vitamin d. The into foodstuffs. This isn't approach that it's being used successfully number of countries, for example, for many decades in the United States all milk has been fortified routinely with additional vitamin d. And as a consequence they see very little of the profound deficiency that we see here in the UK. Fennell limp alone into the sun, emerges. And when it does you find me in solidarity with the breeze with my beach towel in Hyde Park. Yes. It's always a good. Look seeing skin turn pink before your eyes cement the holy. They're looking for a break in the London clouds.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"They're actually going to. Get a, lot worse for people like us, and how we do our work and Trump would probably change if do what was going on but. I'm not sure he does exactly what we're up against a lot on his plate and working on things He goes Actually know that yet I, believe this this labeling you only have, to label. It imitation milk product if you want to sell, it across state lines but you can sell it in, Maryland. Without that label right Maryland will let us sell it either her just like Pennsylvania Okay The rules and they will not sell them Maryland. Either when I, see I don't. Know do you know the answer to this Randy if I see on a store, shelf, imitation milk product to, me that means that it doesn't even have milk in. It when, I when I hear that imitation milk product is besides what they're trying to label your skim. Milk I guarantee you Do you know that everything else is going on now about the milk and all that That's. Misleading people and what it is because actually count as one of the most nutritious foods In the world and people Can put milk peanut milk Mislead people and what, they think it is too and they're not putting vitamin, e., g. and, that this this this serum this vitamin and destroy them that you have. To add to your skin how? Much does it cost you a lot of money to have to actually purchase that Pretty cheap, too easy to put in just growing out so much how much how, much milk you have and that's? What you put in there and state does even check Send those samples all pay Amount of money test for vitamins show that you got certain, amount of vitamins in it So this cost you? Money is it different is the additives that you have to put in our do they are they the same as what you? Would, naturally get from the fact that you take out in order to make skim milk no you can't Can make those things like account does a natural? Way, I mean All these vitamins you know you buy are different than natural vitamin should. Get any Vitamin, and what they are but you know years ago when School milk programmes everybody had a drink. Milk I mean I don't think too often found in schools we wanted to, see them if they were thought to vitamin d deficient in. And the kids might be, a way to get the vitamin they Indiana concluded, change now and it's not up to the dairy industry to but. Vitamin a. and, b. n. two Our products and, you know if you go doctor vitamin deficiency they're not telling you buy milk actually you know Dr today wouldn't have any kind of problem often is a, stomach problem they're telling you to. Quit, eating dairy products well Randy thank you so. Much for joining us we're going to follow this and obviously keep us updated as. Your case. Goes through because very I'm. Very interested in finding out. How this, pans out because it could take a long. Time for this loss lawsuit to work its way through the courts and I'm with you on this I I kind of think that this. Is ridiculous so best of, luck to you and thank you for.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Pressure high cholesterol high triglycerides and high blood sugars one vitamin causes all those issues if you're deficient the problem is most of you go okay doctrines i'm going to go out and i'm going to buy vitamin d and i'm going to swallow it and i'm going to have better blood pressure or you'll say i've already done that it didn't work it's because most over the counter vitamin d's are synthetic their man made and unfortunately now that we're starting to get into the philosophy of this you think that the governing bodies know that they don't want real vitamin d to be available for you to buy you better believe it real vitamin d as a sofa native form you can't buy this your body has to make it and so what i need to do is teach you why you're not currently making it because you should be making vitamin d are you talking about going out in the sun dr ernst well that's that's part of it but why are some people always out in the sun and their vitamin d is still low there's a governing deficiency that is blocking the issue so real quick vitamin d deficiency is the number one vitamin deficiency that causes the elevations in all of your laps most doctors it's funny they don't test vitamin d on their cbs's do they you ask for it and they'll start squirming in their seats i know you don't want that tested and it's partly because they do have a prescription for vitamin d but they kind of inherently don't want you to know that if you had super high vitamin d you wouldn't be sick in the first place you wouldn't have high blood pressure you wouldn't have high cholesterol so watch out don't just run off to the various vitamin stores or health stores and by the vitamin d and start swollen it's just going to go right through yet you're knocking absorb it that's why the dinner is so important because i have to show you how to fix your health so you absorb things naturally and then you.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on Season 5 - Christy Harrison - Intuitive Eating Dietitian, Health at Every Size Coach,
"Friends are telling them to get at their parents or pressuring them to get it like it's insane it's like and they just wanna be they want to be in their body and not have surgery on a healthy oregon yeah and all the complications that come with that that the people touting it are so reluctant to talk about i lived it i lived it and for many years with my mom and she had so her complications were i told you hair loss vitamin deficiency she had what's called dumping syndrome she had chronic diarrhea she could not go anywhere without dealing with that this was day in and day out and then eventually develop dementia you know it just the complications are horrendous and the other thing that i hear people say they in the literature for for weight loss surgery they say that you're going to have to you we probably will have to help revisions we'll that's more surgery they call it revision is like a way of sanitizing it but it's surgery and the gastric bypass industry has coopted our message that diets don't work to sell more gastric bypass that's the most insidious part about it right it's like it's using this literature that should be more evidence and is more evidence to us to the people who get it in support of intuitive eating and health at every size and a different way that doesn't focus on weight loss but they're twisting it in the service of just another arm of diet culture yep instead of embracing size diversity and working with people to be able to listen to their buddies and to move their bodies in ways that work for them because you know health is not an obligation of anyone but there are many many things you can do towards your health that have nothing to do with the number on a scale totally and people don't a lot of times people in larger bodies don't do those things because they're not welcomed into the places where you do those things and receive a lot of stigma for.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Websites www dot d or a c a l dot net i can't tell you how many people in all these years we've found to be hypoglycemic it's probably a good seventy five percent of the people that i see because they're eating way too much carbon have since they were a kid and that extra insulin release now is creating problems those people also become type two diabetics down the road because after a while your pancreas can't keep pushing on all that insulin it gets tired and then your sugar starts to go up so this is an important point to change this and change it radically so that this person can right away get back to feeling well and not having the anxiety and depressive issues and you know to be able to function beautifully going forward so i like of course to be able to evaluate you know teens and fine tune their diet and get him to eat right exercise and all of a sudden issues go away we've had teenagers i said they've had low thyroid we are teenagers with inflammatory bowel disease that once you take grains out of their diet and you'll use food test them for allergy how all of a sudden they're symptoms year have gone or if minimized one case in point was the young lady who is twenty years old and have been going to the doctor over and over again for a variety of things we tested her had food allergy to soy in grains a commando of writing things to call the foods out over the course of a couple of weeks all her symptoms were gone so those multiple inflamed bowel and recurrent bowel moving episodes virtually gone so it was all really related to food in that scenario and also in your bowels now working while you're not absorbing your vitamins and minerals so that's a major reason to have vitamin deficiency so we have to look at the entire mechanism for lines are open if you'd like to call into question you could do so now one eight hundred eight four eight wabc one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Note it's a wonderful for people understand that it balances the bowel person has loose bowels or diarrhea you can take the fiber and spice and it will take away the cramping and absorbed the toxins and absorbed the bad things and get them out of you but or if a person is constipated than it helps to soften the stool and make things slick through the bowel so things are released easier it's not going to send a person running to the bathroom having to go to the bathroom all day people will say well if i take the fiber and spicer i have to stay home all day no it's a gentle easy cleanse and you're just going to enjoy your bowel movements more i guess i just really liked the fiber and spice that that really works really nice for me i i in vegetables now when i went to reorder i figured let me try the the fiber and i'm kind of excited about little works well i've been struggling with ibs for about forty years and i have been taking medication on an off for that forty years sometimes it helps sometimes it didn't help but since i have been taking the fiber and spice i noticed such an incredible difference and i am practically off the medication and i'm really grateful for that i mean i can't i just can't believe the difference the apple spice thing is especially good because the for so m husk fiber and it makes you a lot of people know this but you get sick toxicity and vitamin deficiency like those are the only two reasons anybody can get sick and that stuff as long as it keeps you regular light that's a big part of staying healthy so that's a good product i mean i got a lot of good things to to say about it so give them the good feedback i really enjoy the product product so well i mean i well since i've been on the fruits and veggies and the fiber plus vice i just i feel good i i i mean the the fiber spicy subsequently when you mix a little apple juice or apple cider it's absolutely delicious i have like after dinner drink like an hour or so before we go to bed it's like a desert almost drinking i got apple pie or something if you know it's still kinda sustains me.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Thank you thank you for the call phone lines are open if you'd like to call in to ask a question you could do so right now let's go next to chris in pa harry find out your opinion on whether you'd think heavy metal particular mercury can cause the condition of earth station i think they can because a while back i looked at i have a blue sheet that's on the top of my chart and check off the visit code and checkoff diagnoses and at one point grabbed this blue sheet and went after beckley from eighty z and looked at virtually every diagnosis and looked at everything related to heavy metals in this or vitamin deficiency in this disease and that disease tribus long time but i'd be willing to bet you that we could find literature that says but heavy metals damage virtually every part of your body and certainly can contribute to rose atias just an inflammatory skin condition in part your immune system is dysfunctional so you know you could look up you know mercury lead cadmium and see if there are correlations with the pharaohs asia have being benefits from relation affecting conditions such a station we've had people coming in with a million different things narrows asian one person might be caused by fungal organism and some people that might be caused by other you know combat combined inflammatory cascades just like acne just like eggs emma so i've seen people with rosacea have some significant benefit i've had people with eggs and psoriasis have significant benefit but we have to figure out what the causes are it's never just one thing thank you very much for lines are open if he'd like to call in and ask a question you could do so right now one eight hundred eight four eight wabc one eight hundred eight four eight.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"Just living longer have you seen this as well i think so it might my observation informal and i think that's right i saw that towards the more recent last year's might practice in wanna touch on his vitamin d so this when people get it in there may be over a threshold of being deficient you say the three one nanograms deciliter what is the reference range or the amount that you wanna see people into to really crack that and are you pairing that with let's say vitamin k two and in certain forms to help that vitamin d do what it's supposed to do better i aimed for many years for a twentyfive eyedrops sixty seventy just based on a number of things one as the epa meteorology suggests there's a sensually no more contribution from vitamin deficiency towards cancer of above about fifty fifty one or so there's also maximal suppressions parathyroid hormone high levels of p t h cause us your process and execute investment banker so you have to get your vitamin d into the fifties or sixties to maximally suppress petit h which is very important that but look you can be thirty at your doctor's office militaire that oh everything's all good here which may be doubled for you to be where the research shows has the muslim benefit yet abs absolutely yeah and in wisconsin that is the rule virtually everybody is miserably deficient at the start and it takes in this.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Doctor thank you speak to your i'm calling from my wife who's fifty cents and she fetched up with a very severe depletion of b twelve was giving a couple of shots after that but what's happened is she doesn't have any fewing below her knees or you know she's diabetic no not diabetic no i blood pressure there seems to be some indications of some early liver damage but in terms of her other vital that overweight she'd been to a neurologist to prove that she doesn't have something like the beginnings of a mass that sort of thing no yeah i'd be hard pressed to say that vitamin b twelve deficiency can create something so you knows severe although anything's possible but i've seen thousands and thousands of patients over thirty years that have had every vitamin deficiency you could imagine that don't have a specific you know neurological loss of function so you know my routine questions would be does she have any history of back problems she can have disc shoes you know pushing on the nerves of the back to cause damage to both legs below the knees because that's the central point where the nerves come out from so if there's a disc problem on the left side hitting the left nerve root than it would be a left like thing chiotis forgive me for interrupting dexterity ever fingers in grabbing things is also yeah you know something else is going on that's not just b twelve deficiency you know 'cause i test everybody i've ever seen for vitamins and a lot of people are d and b twelve and this and that seed efficient but i have yet to see people that have had significant nor logic presentation just from a vitamin deficiency there may be something more going on but i would need to you know look at that test mariah her neck i'm ray of the brain mri of the low back just to see where she's coming from what sort of work workers she do housewife.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Had wonderful truffles my mommy these amazing chocolate truffles one time and they were made with avocado rather than other fats and it really it was really and it was delicious one because fairly avocado is a has great flavor but it is a fairly neutral fat so you can add it and you're really you delighting the texture of it rather than uh just the flavor chocolate on a pizza swain that one that one creeped me out on the atlantic and the greeks hillary there are increased riyadh i don't know where to go without only then maybe somebody should see they've got a vitamin deficiency of why this is up from buzzed talk i doc dot com i peanut butter with a pickle are you can explain that one well yes because you're there the highest city the insulting is of your brian which is what you're using two two piccolo pickle our cucumber is going to pare very nicely with the creaming nece okay also has saltiness in that kind of nutty flavor that goes with the the peanut butter well that sounds disgusting popcorn and marshmallows that one makes all the sense in the world because rice krispies and march melt to uh piccolo pickle our cucumber is going to pare very nicely with the creamy nece okay also has saltiness in that kind of ne saudi flavored the sugar because that's what basically what marshmallows ard said gelatin in in sugar and um and also texture the a juxtaposition of the texture you get that nice soft pillow we texture up against the crunchy texture of the popcorn uh you had the salt to that and you get actually a burst of flavored et sounds great yard what buoyed with the popcorn you just keep the colonel's away they are mean the popcorn getting popped you don't cut it up or anything no you know what i do and i do this when we go to the movies is i get of bag of hut popcorn and i get a bag of pena eminem's and i open up the pena eminence a dump them right into the popcorn uh it starts to melt the chocolate on the inside and y of man let me tell you something that's magical uh and you get the sweet salty well you know i do a diet coke in the.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"And aftab transfusion and uh my question is i've never try the injection uh the vitamin b and none of my doctor of actually ever even off urged what about here the vitamin it self is that a good idea it a general multivitamin probably is not going to hurt anybody there have been some cases of a little too much iron and in a few people were they condition oh gosh wise a term skip in my mind here i haemochromatosis there is a condition rare but it's inherited called haemochromatosis where people hang onto too much iron in their whole body becomes iron overloaded nick can cause heart problems liver problems but uh a general multivitamin probably not going to hurt anybody for most people it's not enough to make up a deficiency in in your case it you've mentioned you need platelets and red blood cells that probably is not a vitamin deficiency problem that sounds to me like a little more of the bone mero issue may be kidney problems those deliver those are the two billion dragonair's i have i have who wrote the liver or so that pretty much you know where it started and then because i've never been you know a bull either and never add issues with low blood cells or whatever and then just recently like i if it called amy the what the plasma emmett till served her email even go both or whatever should be they fate between fourteen and sixteen non good and i run about nine rain yet your hemoglobin that your haemoglobin level him yeah yup the her madda kriat selena globe unusually runs between about twelve and fifteen her madda criticize another way to look at it and that number is usually in the mid thirties were so but with psoriasis so.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Had emergency response causes anxiety and jittery nessan operable just uncomfortable feeling the trick to being able to win your self off the opiates is to relax the body as much as possible number one and make sure you're hounding i knew pounding watersoluble nutritional supplement specifically that the vitamin to what are called electrolytes you call the body down with flo deepbreathing hot water lots of showers and bad and relax asian if you're lucky enough to have a spouse or a loved one massages and foot rod and you make sure you are pounding i mean that every single minute of the day drinking beyond tangy tangerine which you quite a criticalhealthnewscom making sure you're getting the electrolytes and be complex vitamins that are so important for health opening the body deal with anxiety in with strap you know why choice b vitamin deficiency is one of the hidden causes of disease that is so tragically on unnecessary because it not only nutritional supplements like the beyond tangy tangerine which is absolutely packed with bvitamins but also vegetables and eggs and quality living food our loaded with these substances that are fundamentally important for the heart and for the brain and also for relaxing the body so many of our problems are caught by bodies that are in anxiety the for dealing with opiant withdrawal make sure your relaxing the body with floaty breeding techniques nathan duda to relax the muffled and relax the body and pounding electoral like bvitamins which you're to beyond tangy tangerine one criticalhealthnewscom what's the barometer been for how you feel how you look in terms of supplementation is it simply gosh i feel great so somethings working you feel great nobody feel great when they're on a prescription drug they might feel better because there symptoms are hidden are hidden but nobody feels great with nutritional supplements when you do it correctly you have more energy you feel better inflammation goes down you look better your hair is that your skin and fatter you can't have have more i could stay up longer without having to go too bad if you can have a better quality of life and if there's no marker for wait there's no path for it but you know you'll know it when.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Criticalhealthnewscom excellent let's take some calls gosh this this time is going by some fast already let's go to john and citrus heights california welcome to the program john thanks for calling go ahead uh thank you so much anyway uh i gotta remember greg of course you alert ebanon uh methadone it up there and i will you go out to our read a crowd of mehtab yoko you'd freak out if that's how or or what kenner proof of you get up to snuff ago you can do when you're on opiates and you're trying to withdraw the body goes into an emergency room on when he dug unhappy opiates that would keep people hooked on it it at emergency respond causes anxiety and jittery than horrible uncomfortable feeling the trick to being able to win your thoughts off the opiates is to relax the body as much as possible number one and make sure you're hounding i mean pounding water voluble nutritional supplement specifically the bvitamins but what are called electrolyte you call on the body down with low deepbreathing hot water lots of showers and bad and relax asian if you're lucky knocked out without their loved one massages and put rob and you make sure you art pounding i mean that every thing we'll minute of the day drinking beyond tangy tangerine which you quite a criticalhealthnewscom making sure you're getting need electrolyte and be complex vitamin there are so important for helping the body deal with anxiety with strap you don't want short be vitamin deficiency at one of britain cognitive disease that if no tragically on unnecessary he could not only nutritional supplement click the beyond tangy tangerine which is absolutely packed with people item in but also vegetables an egg and quality living food are loaded with these substances that are fundamentally important for the heart and for the brain and also for relaxing the body in so many of our problems are caught by bodies that are in anxiety the for dealing with opiant withdrawal make sure you relaxing the body with flo deep breeding techniques nathan could do to relax the muddled and relax the body and pounding electrolyte bvitamins which you're finding the beyond tangy tangerine one criticalhealthnewscom what's the barometer been four how you feel how you look interns of supplementation is it simply gosh i.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Buy something where you don't really know how much of the important substances in there and how it's regulated so at the i tend to be very very uh shy and recommending supplements now people have an actual vitamin deficiency if they're low in of vitamin d for some reason yes than you wanna take care that they're low in b twelve yes you want wanna take care of that but those are you joly things that can be measured then his return as far as a key deletion therapy than uh key lation was the subject of a large study that was done sponsored by the institute a complementary medicine part of the national institutes of health we were part of that and it was really well controlled people who had a previous heart attack people who are already on the good said a medicine were randomized to receive the key lation therapy or net and was very interesting it seemed that in a group of patients may be particularly the patients with diabetes that there could be an added benefit so we're waiting to learn more there's a lot of inconvenience associated with key lation but there may be something something to it and that would apply also posture we don't world population or just the uh our intravenous late so this was a study that was done intravenously very very well controlled by physicians key lation this okay thank you.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The research on vitamin d sure that helps decreased cancer risk again all of fully vetted medical research the studies so if you have any bow disorder you may be hub is show eggs exhibiting problems that are associated with in a vitamin deficiency or bowel disorders typically what we test patients have very low dutroux wells and you don't want you to treat levels below and i'll incredibly when we test patients for vitamin d most people levels run to thirty some of their in their teens or even the single digits but you have to be close to a hundred on the blood tests of fairly virtually every lab the ranges are expected between thirty two hundred so you want to be closer one hundred that's the worldwide research says the vitamin d will give you your best our protection let's go drew rich from manhattan high there how are you yes dr eric yesser gotcha yes good morning uh i i've been suffering you're out laugh yoga twelveyear had an attack garrett twelve years ago and it didn't come back for a while an animal lately i i lost a lot of weight and addict flared up again and i went to the doctor in it dr the fact that i lost weight very rapidly and alec more or less all apparently all diet of accurate flareup accout attack and then put me on our bjarne off and i take that very day and it's not working and another swear up uh well just taking you know a mad is not really understanding the entirety what's causing it so is certainly foodrelated cause your body can break down a variety of foods so purina primitive aims what they coal org gign meets you know seafood alcohol highfructose corn syrup a dairy coffee i mean certain things make it worse so we have to test your blood if your vitamins and minerals make sure they're all good test you for algae to a food because you could be allergic to through this increasing antibody binding and then the inflammatory cascade from the get out in the antibody issued big situation is worse so he has to learn more about your body yet i i've given up drinking given out very fire i've tried everything i ever do a lot of violent fairly i've been young actor gathered and what to do you're not doing it right 'cause you're guessing on what to do you're taking vitamin.
"vitamin deficiency" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Four eight nine two two two let's go to bill in new york how are you good how you are great on my wife was just diagnosed with the silly actors he actually next they get a check around for rheumatoid right right it's also okay at one of you have any protocol or for that while yes silly is these is an extremely common mechanism were people are reacting to a component of the grains now i've been saying this for a long time that grains are not your friend in most cases at i again in seeing many thousands of patients over the years as we've taken grains out of a person's diet bloating goes away reflex tends to go away stomach aches and pains go away wait comes down headaches go away so grains are not only a very common allergen as the grain itself but also the gluten in the grain is an inflammatory aged now there are varieties of of levels of inflammatory mechanisms occurring says some people will have a mild case and we'll have mild symptoms of the people have fullblown horrible overwhelming symptoms so many doctors don't even test for allergy to foods or tester silly ac because a person has what they would think to be mild symptoms and they give them in antacid or this for that in all of a sudden the diseases staying maintaining getting worse in the covering it with a medication so when we do testing we always look at it echelon people complain of summak issues if silly ac is there our so that person i still tends to have allergies to other foods may be trees grasses weeds molds we would need to look at that because the gutters affected those people absolutely positively have vitamin deficiency because the inflammation occurs love the lining of the gut or the vilnai where you're supposed to get your foods and you vitamins broken down into the bloodstream the villa intestine and then to go to your entire body that whole mechanism is significantly damaged so the admiral's copying yet and ask a p is a test.