Multiple Organ Dysfunction from Bad Root Canal: Case Review

GA 40ish year old woman came to the office with unresolved fatigue, gastro, thyroid symptoms,  despite following a Gluten Free diet for nine years. Having done mostly GAPS/AIP/SCD eating protocols in that time frame.  She recently was food tested and determined that IgGs were positive for Casein, chocolate, coffee, corn, egg, peanut, tomato, wheat, and yeast.…

Alkalizing Diet

MOST FAVORABLE pH FOR GROWING PATHOGENIC BACTERIA Pathogenic Microorganism preferring an Alkaline Environment Staphylococcus 7.4 – alkaline Streptococcus 7.4 to 7.6 – alkaline Pneumococcus 7.6 to 7.8 – alkaline H. Influenza 7.8 – alkaline Meningococcus 7.4 to 7.6 – alkaline Gonococcus Corymbacterium diptheriae 7.2 – alkaline B. abortus 7.2 to 7.4 – alkaline B. tularemae…

Are Hormones and Enzymes Affecting Your Health?

“However in disturbed conditions, the production of excessive, deficient or disproportionate secretion of hormones, neurotransmitters and enzymes are of the quality and quantity of cheap, imported knockoffs.” My introduction into this concept occurred when I was a student attending a SORSI conference. (Let me give you a little of the back story. My wife and…

Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome

This woman was diagnosed with Adrenal Fatigue and Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO). However, a CT scan showed she was suffering from Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome. So many patients come to me looking for the name of a disease. Begging me to say it so they can peruse the Internet, confirming the symptoms of that…

Splanchnoptosis – Displaced Organs

Splanchnoptosis, Visceroptosis, Abdominal Ptosis, are synonymous terms used to express an abnormal downward displacement of the abdominal viscera. Splanchnoptosis is more common in women than men. It occurs in all ages. Abdominal Ptosis may include ptosis of the stomach, liver, spleen, kidneys, and intestines; yet the downward displacement may include only the stomach and intestines.…