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VIDEO: Detox, Part 1

VIDEO: Detox, Part 1

This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Detox

– The amount of synthetic chemicals that we’re surrounded by nowadays. Our liver is really good at detoxing plant chemicals, but the synthetic chemicals, I think, pose more of a challenge ’cause the liver doesn’t have the familiarity, perhaps? – What’s fascinating about that is we’re designing all kinds of new chemicals in our environment,… Read More

VIDEO: Skin, Part 8 – Sun Exposure

VIDEO: Skin, Part 8 – Sun Exposure

This entry is part 8 of 8 in the series Skin

– I would want people to know not to fear the sun. – Mhmmm. – You know. – Mhmmm. – That’s the prevailing information that’s being given in the realm of skin care in the healthcare system. In this country is to avoid the sun. – Mhmm. – To either don’t go out in the… Read More

VIDEO: Skin, Part 7 Foods that Improve Skin Health

VIDEO: Skin, Part 7 Foods that Improve Skin Health

This entry is part 7 of 8 in the series Skin

– Eat colorful foods, the colors are where the goods are. So, things like blueberry and beets and carrots, so you’re getting a rainbow of colors in your diet and that’s going to give you increased antioxidants. Some of the key ones, you can do things like kale, spinach, these are really rich in antioxidant… Read More

VIDEO: Skin, Part 6 – Skin lesion removal process

VIDEO: Skin, Part 6 – Skin lesion removal process

This entry is part 6 of 8 in the series Skin

– Patients can come in any time. Come in, have a chat. Free consultation, and let them know more about the service, about the treatment, answer any questions they may have, and then if they choose to have treatment, great. They can have it then and there. They can reschedule for later because it’s really… Read More

VIDEO: Skin, Part 5 – Results of Removing Skin Lesions

VIDEO: Skin, Part 5 – Results of Removing Skin Lesions

This entry is part 5 of 8 in the series Skin

– Oftentimes when we remove a lesion, takes off, and oftentimes the larger the lesion the more pronounced effect. It can have far-reaching effects on health. And sometimes, oftentimes, quite surprising effects in terms of just improving the overall health. – I would imagine you have probably, over your course of time of this, seen… Read More

Breast Exam

Breast exams at Siskiyou Vital Medicine

Siskiyou Vital Medicine has set up a schedule for clinical breast exams prior to the next thermography clinic at the end of May. The exam will be with Dr. Katie Guidatti. You can read her Bio here. The appointments will be 15 minutes each at a cost of $ 75. There will be no cost for Siskiyou… Read More

VIDEO: Skin, Part 4 – Why Remove Skin Lesions

VIDEO: Skin, Part 4 – Why Remove Skin Lesions

This entry is part 4 of 8 in the series Skin

– And the most obvious might be for cosmetic reasons. – Mmm-hmm. – You know, people might have a very large mole. They might have some sun damaged skin that has started to redden and get dry, and flaky, and crusty over time. Which could be potentially is what we call precancerous lesion or perhaps… Read More

VIDEO: Skin, Part 3 – Removing Skin Lesions

VIDEO: Skin, Part 3 – Removing Skin Lesions

This entry is part 3 of 8 in the series Skin

– The skin lesion removal is a non medical treatment and what it is it’s a topical application of a specific and acidic solution. It’s a proprietary solution that doctor T developed and what it does is when it contacts skin lesions and what a lesion is is an abnormality, a mole, a birthmark, a… Read More

VIDEO: Skin, Part 2 – Skin and the Digestive System

VIDEO: Skin, Part 2 – Skin and the Digestive System

This entry is part 2 of 8 in the series Skin

– Your favorite topics is talking about the relationship of the skin to the digestive– – Right. – track because if we follow the skin within– – Yes. – the digestive system and the skin really are, again, one in the same. That’s another really – That’s right, it’s like an inner skin because our… Read More

VIDEO: Skin, Part 1 – Skin is the Largest Organ

VIDEO: Skin, Part 1 – Skin is the Largest Organ

This entry is part 1 of 8 in the series Skin

– When we see you with certain signs of dysfunction such as acne or sometimes being in the sun, we will think about protecting the skin but what people are oftentimes not thinking about is the totality of the skin It’s the largest organ in the body. – Which most people don’t realize it’s an… Read More

VIDEO: Back Pain, Part 5

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Back Pain

– What if you come in and you get prolotherapy, or you get prolozone, or you get PRP. What should you be eating to help repair the joint? Well, I recommend eating lots of healthy fats, and minerals, and drinking plenty of electrolyte-rich water. And the reason is, is that we wanna, to ensure the… Read More

VIDEO: Back Pain, Part 4

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Back Pain

– So, a typical treatment for sciatica, low back pain, would be to address any sacroiliac issues, so that’s an injection right into this joint, so you might be able to see it better from this side, so we go right in here, and that’s to bathe the ligaments as well as the nerves, to… Read More

VIDEO: Back Pain, Part 3

This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Back Pain

– So prolotherapy is essentially going and treating each of these nerves with a dextrose solution. And the dextrose solution causes a little bit of irritation and it’s sort of like having the acute injury all over again. It’s getting the immune system’s attention and getting the immune system to come in and sort of… Read More

VIDEO: Back Pain, Part 2

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Back Pain

– I personally experienced severe sciatica for two years after I herniated a disc in my back. I’m gonna bring out my model here to describe what that was. So this is a model. This is the spine. This is only the spine and this is the pelvis. So we’re looking at the front and… Read More

VIDEO: Back Pain, Part 1

This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Back Pain

– A lot of people come to me and they’re complaining of back pain whether it be low back pain or mid back pain or even sciatica. Some people are experiencing pain that goes down the leg or refers into their feet. And a lot of this can be due to a couple of reasons… Read More

VIDEO: The Benefits of Bitters, Part 7

This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series The Benefits of Bitters

– Bitters can be used in a variety of ways. They can be used to promote digestion, they can be used as a very gentle way to support liver detoxification. So many times people will do these really extreme detox protocols. My favorite way to do a detox is actually to just take bitters. More… Read More

VIDEO: The Benefits of Bitters, Part 6

This entry is part 6 of 7 in the series The Benefits of Bitters

– When we’re looking at bitter foods to incorporate into our diet, dandelion greens are fantastic. You can get them at a good co-op or a natural foods stores will usually have really high quality dandelion greens. Or your local farmer’s market or if you’re a wild crafter you can go out and just eat… Read More

VIDEO: The Benefits of Bitters, Part 5

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series The Benefits of Bitters

– Bitters can be used to stimulate a weak appetite. And I use this a lot with elderly people who start to lose their appetite. I give them digestive bitters because one of the flip sides to this is that when you take in digestive bitters, and give yourself some time, all your digestive forces… Read More

VIDEO: The Benefits of Bitters, Part 4

This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series The Benefits of Bitters

– In the world of nutrition, I look at nutrition as a resistance process. And the more resistance that food gives in the digestive process, that means there’s more nutrition in it. So when you’re eating whole foods and you’re eating whole plant foods that need a lot of digestive forces to be broken down,… Read More

VIDEO: The Benefits of Bitters, Part 3

This entry is part 3 of 7 in the series The Benefits of Bitters

– There are a variety of bitter taste receptors. So sweet, salty, sour, spicy. They have about one type of receptor for each one of those. With bitter there’s over 20 different types of receptors for bitter. And with sweet, sour, salty, spicy, those taste receptors are found on the tongue. With bitter, there are… Read More

VIDEO: The Benefits of Bitters, Part 2

This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series The Benefits of Bitters

– There are nutritious plants that are rich in carbohydrates that tend to be more sweet. There are salty plants that have a higher mineral status. And that’s where the saltiness would come from. Then we have pungent plants. That pungent spiciness comes from volatile aromatic compounds and we can usually smell those before we… Read More

VIDEO: The Benefits of Bitters, Part 1

This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series The Benefits of Bitters

– We have this thing called the xenobiome, and the xenobiome is basically the comprehensive chemical environment in which the liver evolves. So our liver, over millennium has evolved by becoming familiar with various chemicals in the environment; specifically, plant compounds, plant chemicals. So not everything in plants is good for us or safe. Every… Read More