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#1 by Veronica Z on August 29, 2015 - 10:36 am
I am suffering from Chemical Sensitivity and Electrosensitivity. Do you treat that? Is there some way to get me healthy again?
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#2 by Diverse Health Services on August 30, 2015 - 8:32 pm
Sure do. Start with grounding/earthing yourself for beginners. Chemical sensitivities typically is a liver issue that we address with supplements.
#3 by Aaron M. on September 17, 2015 - 11:22 am
Last year, I was bitten by a tick. It was confirmed to be infected with Borrelia, so I went through the “standard” (i.e. ineffective) few weeks of Doxycycline.
Things seemed okay for a while, but I’m now having a bunch of strange symptoms. I’ve followed a herbal supplement routine for several months, but with marginal success.
My primary Doctor is not a Functional Medicine Doctor, but he’s open to “alternative” treatments. I’m considering asking him to order the following tests for me:
– HSV 1, 2, and 6
– Parvovirus B19
Are there any other tests I should ask about? I have insurance, but will pay out-of-pocket, if required.
Thanks for any help you can lend. I look forward to more of your lectures.
#4 by Diverse Health Services on September 18, 2015 - 8:32 am
That’s a good start in add on viral panel. Throw in food sensitivities to check for Gluten and Dairy sensitivities as well. Candida IGG would be another good one too. I will be talking about Lyme’s at my next lecture on SuperBug infections.
#5 by Aaron M. on September 18, 2015 - 9:30 am
Ah, great recommendations! Thank you very much!
Last night, I watched a brief YouTube video by Dr. Richard Horowitz titled “Dr Horowitz Presentation to the Belgium Senate” and he quickly goes through the 16-point “Lyme MSIDS Map” that he developed. This is a great reference.
As I listened, I found that I had nearly every affliction he noted. I found a web-based version of the assessment and a score of 46 or higher indicates the strong likelihood of Lyme. I ranked myself a bit conservatively, but still ended-up with a score of 63.
Anyhow, thanks again for your thoughtful follow-up and suggestions. I’ll be looking for your lecture on SuperBug infections!
All the best,
p.s. For anyone that might want to see Dr. Horowitz’s 16-point Lyme MSIDS Map, search YouTube for “Dr Horowitz Presentation to the Belgium Senate” and jump to 7 minutes 36 seconds in the video.
#6 by abbey34567 on September 20, 2015 - 6:51 pm
Is there a way to treat hypothyroidism that does not include Synthroid (Levothyroxine) or any prescription drugs? I have been taking half a tablet of Simply Adrenal food supplement tablet and 2000IU of vitamin d everyday, along with the Synthroid. I take fish oil supplements and multivitamins semi regularly. I don’t like the way Synthroid makes me feel and I have been trying my hardest to lead a healthy lifestyle. I exercise three times a week and eat clean. I am 19 years old, 5 foot 3, 105 pounds, and on 88mcg of Synthroid. Thanks.
#7 by Diverse Health Services on September 21, 2015 - 9:01 am
Yes there is. Biotics Research has a great line of products that we use to replace Synthroid. Dose of Synthroid and blood work must be evaluated first.
#8 by Mike on September 30, 2015 - 11:51 pm
For a couple of years, now, I’ve been trying to uncover the cause of some “mystery” illness that’s kicking my butt. The symptoms include extreme fatigue, painful joints, a frequent sore throat, trouble swallowing (at times, like the reflex will not kick-in), palpitations, lightheadedness, GI issues, a recurring cough, and, lately, cognitive issues (as in brain fog and memory problems).
Naturally, the “conventional” Doctors haven’t found anything. They keep looking, but, as you know, they have a limited set of tools in their toolbox. As the saying goes: “If your only tool is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail.” Well, despite this, I’ve refused all offers for medication, because none of them could ever explain why I should take them.
Eventually, after seeing my PCP numerous times, seeing a couple of specialists, and going to the E.R. many times, I consulted with a Naturopath. While not a concrete diagnosis, she thinks I might have Sjogren’s Syndrome. But, she did NOT run any tests. Rather, she reviewed the many tests I’d already had, she completed a thorough history on me, and, most important, she asked good questions to get good answers.
Working in the technology field, I’m very used to troubleshooting problems. For better or worse, this spills-over into my health issues, as I like the idea of testing things. But, the Naturopath thinks Doctors over-test, over-diagnose, and over-prescribe. Plus, in the case of Sjogren’s Syndrome, she feels the tests are unreliable–at least for early onset of disease. One of the specialists I did see was a Rheumatologist and all my tests were “normal,” so, if I do have it, perhaps she is right.
Anyway, sorry for the long preamble. That was for context.
A few questions:
1. Can Sjogren’s Syndrome be caused by a particular virus?
2. Are there any supplements (to which she is also opposed, most of the time) that help Sjogren’s?
3. Besides avoiding gluten-containing grains (which she suggested), are there other foods to avoid?
4. Has your clinic been able to halt or reverse Sjogren’s Syndrome in any patients?
Thanks for the consideration.
Mike W., 49
#9 by Diverse Health Services on October 1, 2015 - 9:08 am
#10 by Mike on October 1, 2015 - 9:20 am
Thank you for the video! I have not seen it and look forward to watching it tonight!
#11 by Mike on October 1, 2015 - 4:42 pm
Holy moly! I don’t know if I’ll be able to sleep tonight!
#12 by behaye3606 on October 15, 2015 - 12:19 pm
My uncle has been told he has less than 6 months to live from brain cancer. Can you help?
#13 by Diverse Health Services on October 19, 2015 - 7:56 am
This is who we send brain tumors to. We don’t treat cancer but can help start him on a nutritional regiment.
#14 by Aaron on October 19, 2015 - 8:39 am
I’ve also heard of these resources, but am not sure if Dr. Jeff or Dr. Tent would recommend them:
I wish your Uncle much luck.
#15 by Diverse Health Services on October 19, 2015 - 8:52 am
This is a current docu-series going on right now. It talks a lot about some of the thing mentioned above.
#16 by Genny Shop on November 23, 2015 - 3:02 pm
Are there herbal formulas to support healing a tooth infection?
And is it vitamin B that helps regulate or normalize blood pressure?
#17 by Diverse Health Services on November 30, 2015 - 8:15 am
More than Just B’s. Vitamin D and Magnesium for starters.
#18 by Genny Shop on November 23, 2015 - 3:16 pm
Are there herbal formulas to support healing from a tooth infection?
#19 by Diverse Health Services on November 30, 2015 - 8:14 am
Yes. Must go after the infection with the correct supplements and starve the infection of dairy as well. If the infection is severe we typically just recommend having the tooth pulled.
#20 by Rosanne on December 5, 2015 - 1:55 pm
Hello Dr. Jeff,
My brother has been battling leukemia for the past year or so and has had a bone marrow transplant as well as chemotherapy and radiation. It will be coming upon his one year mark on his birthday (12/24) that he had the transplant and when he started a “experimental” drug that the doctors prescribed him.
Two days ago he went in for routine blood work and was told he needed to be admitted into the hospital because his wbc count was extremely high and he was starting to get a fever. This all occurring after he received a flu shot. His doctors immediately started administering him chemo in the pill form, which appears to have dropped the wbc count down some. They are currently waiting test results to see if it has returned , and if that is the case they are prepared to start him on another bout of chemo and radiation.
I feel like if he goes through this all again it may very well be what finishes him off. The doctors have told him he is young and strong that he can fight it again, but he has lost so much weight since the last time that he looks like skin and bones. He has always been a big guy weighing close to 200lbs and the “experimental” drug they’ve had him on has caused him to lose his appetite, eating only as much as my 1 year old daughter and weighing less than me which is 140lbs.
At this point is there anything that can be done for him? I truly feel like these doctors are just trying to run him into the ground. Unfortunately he only has Medicaid so I’d imagine it’d be hard to find an alternative doctor who would accept him. If you have any advice it is greatly appreciated! Thank you.
#21 by Diverse Health Services on December 7, 2015 - 11:27 am
Watch the Documentary that goes along with this site. Start there.
#22 by sajdear on December 22, 2015 - 9:25 am
My husband and I are interested in getting a water purifier for our house. In talking with Dr. Tent he suggested to get in touch with Kinetico. We have but was unsure whether we should get a Reverse Osmosis water purifier or if the “Kube” from Home Depot would be all we need. Thank you for this website and the information you share.
#23 by Meggan F on January 1, 2016 - 6:58 pm
My husband has epilepsy. He is light sensitve especially to flourscent Lights. Kev took off after around the block, chest pain, dizzy and vomiting/ spitup. Side note: all his test eeg and mri came back normal. So epilepsy isnt from brain. There is some underlying things going on. What would you look at when it comes to him?
#24 by Diverse Health Services on January 4, 2016 - 9:47 am
Sounds like multiple things going on but Clotting factors should be checked first thing. The history and examination would determine the rest.
#25 by fortheloveoflavender on February 11, 2016 - 11:58 pm
Hello, I am curious if your clinic does long distance consulting? I have yet to find the right clinic in my area of colorado springs. I was diagnosed with graves disease in December with all of the symptoms that follow. I’m handling symptoms with herbs but need the root cause of this mess. I’m thinking maybe a virus (saw your video). I was a very sick child…. always on antibiotics. I’ve had my tonsils, appendix, and gallbladder removed (they can’t have my thyroid :). I had mono and roseola as a child. My liver, I feel, is inflammed. I am a former nurse. I take great care of myself, yet I deal with all of this. Advice or opinions about where to go from here?
#26 by Diverse Health Services on February 15, 2016 - 8:30 am
Yes we do. Skype or Facetime email Info@diversehealthservices.com for more information.
#27 by candace on March 6, 2016 - 6:28 pm
Hi, I watched your autoimmune video yesterday and was quite intrigued. i already felt intuitively that vaccines seems wrong however its a pretty unpopular belief expecially amongst my family so I just keep it to myself. Question: I am in the process of Hashimoto’s diagnosis. With some of your protocols can I remove the virus that caused that autoimmune disorder or do I now have this for life? Also I cracked a molar and need an implant to replace the missing tooth. After watching your video I’m concerned about putting this titanium foreign object into my body. thoughts?
#28 by Diverse Health Services on March 7, 2016 - 11:14 am
Bioavailability testing is now available for dental implants to see what works best for you. We recommend ceramic. As far as your thyroid condition goes, that would be best address with a skype visit. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
#29 by Janine on March 23, 2016 - 9:02 pm
I have a son who is 10 years old, multiple anomalies which have led to 20+ major surgeries for him. Now he appears to have processing, sequential difficulties in school. Could the anesthetic have contributed to this, and is there any way to clean out his brain and body from it?
#30 by Diverse Health Services on March 24, 2016 - 9:00 am
This would have to be addressed with an appointment. Too much to go over with just a replied answer here. Yes to answer your question and yes there is a way of helping.
#31 by Emily on April 20, 2016 - 12:42 pm
I found you because of your video about autoimmune diseases being viruses.
I am really suffering and the past few months have been the worst, for the past few years I have had terrible migraines with palsy on the left side, numb feet, and memory loss. 3 episodes of memory loss that I am aware of, one of them for 8 hours. The past few months I have had shin bone pain, swollen lymph nodes on and off, extreme collar bone pain, migraines that have been different, with vision problems, and extreme dizziness, chest pain, and too many neurological problems to list. My doctor isn’t taking me seriously, and I think I am losing it. What do I do? What vitamins do I take for relief?
#32 by Andrew TheWatchman Barrientos on April 25, 2016 - 8:48 pm
I have a friend whose wife has been treated for breast cancer but has not been able to return to a normal life. Her immune system is significantly depressed and she has basically become a hermit to reduce exposure.
KLOR Con M20
D3 2000 IU
Siberian Root 650 mg
Celexa 20 mg
Vit E 400 IU
Glucosamine Chondroitin MSM
One Source Women’s Multi Vitamin
Potassium Chloride 20 Meq
Nexium 40 mg
B12 1000 mg
Could you make some recommendations?
I was thinking Carlson’s Fish oil, Multivitamin (food), B,C,D Complex (food)
#33 by Diverse Health Services on April 26, 2016 - 11:17 am
This needs to be addressed with an appointment. Celexa is a medication that blocks the Liver detox pathway and will prohibit the body from recovering and or in some cases cancer can return.
#34 by Dianne C Veltum on May 5, 2016 - 8:24 am
About 2 months ago I noticed the sensation that I was holding a small beanbag under my left arm. I also began noticing twinges of pain in my whole underarm lymph node area. Upon examination there was no discernable lump, though it was tender any where I pressed including around the back also near my underarm. My doctor ordered a diagnostic mammogram and ultrasound of lymph nodes. I refused the mammogram and the ultrasound showed nothing. (of the few lymph nodes that they could see) I have cut out sugar and began juicing and taking supplements, ie. curcumin, vitamin d, c, etc. and it is less noticeable. Is there a specific blood test that would give me more insight into what may be going on?
#35 by Diverse Health Services on May 5, 2016 - 9:11 am
You have an infection in your lymph nodes. Sometimes teeth are the culprits when it parks there. Blood work most of the times won’t show anything because the infection is in the lymph node and not your blood. We can help address is on a visit in office or via Skype. Info@diversehealthservices.com.
#36 by Dianne C Veltum on May 5, 2016 - 9:29 pm
That’s amazing, infected teeth has been in the back of my mind, as I have noticed sensitivity in several molars and a front tooth in which I had root canal years ago. I laid down the other day and could feel my pulse in the root canal tooth. I actually purchased Bio-Dent from Standard Process and just received it today. I will notify your office for a Skype visit. Thank you.
#37 by Sarah on June 24, 2016 - 10:17 pm
Dr. Jeff, I’ve had gi sensitivities due to food and stress. My abdomen burns at times and is sensitive to the touch. It aches when I sit a certain way. I have achy joints sometimes. I have anxiety and trouble falling asleep at night. I’ve noticed that cutting out dairy helps. I feel like a have a malabsorption problem.
#38 by Diverse Health Services on June 28, 2016 - 1:38 pm
Cortisol may be a problem here too. I typically run food sensitivities and cortisol levels with cases like this. Leaky Gut and low stomach acid is what I find a lot of.
#39 by Craig Foster on July 8, 2016 - 2:49 pm
Hi there, im a 32 yo man that appears to be having a rheumatoid arthritis flare up before this big flare up my diet was pretty great. Lots of veggies and meat, low carb/gluten, very, very rarely ate fast food, very active lifestyle, Yoga, cycling. Ive done a substantial amount of research which is how I came across you as well as the other functional medicine practices. I am dedicated to solving the root cause and not using poisonous NSAIDS or DMARDS. I have been using a lot of ginger, garlic and turmeric to manage the inflammation. I live in NYC and am finding it hard to find someone to go to. my Dr,s are of course pushing the standard medical practices on me. What should i do? Where should i start?
#40 by Diverse Health Services on July 11, 2016 - 9:05 am
Thank you for contacting DHS. For health advice or to schedule an office or skype appointment please contact us at email@example.com or (248) 477-0380.
Brian I’d love to help you get back on track with your health and look into things deeper. We’ve had good results taking a viral approach to these cases. In a few we have even seen gout go missed as RA. Hope to hear from you.
#41 by Pauline Dixon on September 13, 2016 - 1:52 pm
I was diagnosed w/ ‘Discoid Lupus’ 23 yrs ago. Since 2008 have been without medical insurance & seeing no drs for it. The drs couldn’t help me anyway & always wanted to put me on some drug w/ horrible side effects, & so I would just tell them, “that I would rather put up w/ the skin condition.” I have been treating myself the “alternative way” & has been working off & on. I am 63 yrs young & force myself to walk a mile a day & then some. This past year, my skin has been the most dreadful ever! I have watched the autoimmune video many times. I had Palsy when I was a child & was found to be a carrier of TB yrs ago. I live in a body that itches 24-7. Had several root canals & (a deep cleaning for periodontal disease) eventually lost my teeth about the same time that I was diagnosed w/ discoid lupus. This past year I have started to have aching joints, & feel like my legs want to give out under me. Like I feel insecure while walking. Like I will fall if I am not holding onto something. I just feel like there is a monster inside of me! Is there any help for me?
Stuff I use: Coconut oil from Mercola on skin & in food
Himalayan salt from Mercola
Pure Organic Sulfur
& this & that whole food supplements here & there….
#42 by Diverse Health Services on September 13, 2016 - 3:32 pm
We run Viral Panels on patient cases like this to start. We can Skype with cases like this if you’re interested. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
#43 by Pauline Dixon on September 13, 2016 - 3:59 pm
I am very interested in running a viral panel & skyping. I would like to know what charges are involved as well. I would even consider driving to Michigan if needed. Thank you for your time & consideration.
Pauline (Polly) Dixon
#44 by Annie on October 18, 2016 - 12:48 pm
I wonder if you are able to tell me what natural supplement I can take in place of the drug anastrozole to keep my estrogen levels at the right place after breast cancer?
#45 by Diverse Health Services on October 18, 2016 - 2:29 pm
I3C which is indole-3-carbinol works great. I’d start there. Dr. J
#46 by Andrew TheWatchman Barrientos on October 19, 2016 - 1:35 am
I wanted to start taking the Standard Process Bio Dent. I have a few fillings from 20+ years ago, what will happen to them as I take this supplement? What precautions if any should I take if any? I’m currently taking only the Doctor’s Research Multivitamin.
#47 by Diverse Health Services on October 19, 2016 - 8:24 am
It will strengthen the root/tooth connection as well as make your teeth stronger. I’d be concerned more so if your composites are mercury based.
#48 by Andrew TheWatchman Barrientos on October 19, 2016 - 12:23 pm
They look metallic. What the exact substance is, who knows? Is it possible or likely that the Bio Dent push out the filling as it grows?
#49 by Pete S. on October 22, 2016 - 2:45 pm
Have you had success helping to heal psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. I’ve had tons of tests done – extremely high EBV, Parvovirus, etc. Had numerous food and stool testing done. Been doing Paleo and AIP versions over the past couple of years as well as all different kinds of supplements along the way. The TNF biologics resolved almost all symptoms but have been off for over a year trying to figure out how to heal. In lots of pain – joints can get very stiff. Would be happy to schedule an appointment if this is something you think you can help with.
#50 by Rob McKinnon on October 25, 2016 - 10:48 pm
Hi, I’m looking for help with gallstones. My wife is scheduled for surgery next year for gallbladder removal but is terrified of of having the surgery. She’s 27 years old and has been suffering for a few years with this. I remember seeing a vid Dr. Tent did but can’t remember the one. I would be willing to do a Skype consolation. Thank you for your time. Rob McKinnon
#51 by Diverse Health Services on October 26, 2016 - 8:08 am
Skype or Facetime email Info@diversehealthservices.com for more information.
#52 by Lois Mills on December 3, 2016 - 7:28 pm
Hello, Thank you for helping me in advance…..I’ve enjoy your no nonsense approach, with helping us ,after we’ve been brainwashed ,in some avenues of our lives..and screwed up….On one, of your tapes you had mentioned having a dental implant ,and that you used a supplement? in order to balance out the titanium rods implanted…so thats my question what should I take? Vitanox was mentioned in a recent video for detox…that made sense also…I had the two implant, and occasionally I get phantom shots of weird fast dull pain.
#53 by Ceila on April 10, 2017 - 1:47 pm
HI, I was watching one of your documentaries on cancer and autoimmune disease and I was wondering if you ever treated IgA nephropathy and what would you suggest? I’m a way long from USA and doubt I can travel for a visit but would really appreciate your comments. Thanks in advance. C H Sanchez
#54 by Heather on April 20, 2017 - 10:04 pm
Hi I have lupus that affects liver heart eyes veins and i have hsv 1 and 2 any thoughts on what can be done.
#55 by Benjamin Stevens on June 26, 2017 - 12:10 pm
Skype patient from Dayton here. A happy customer!
#56 by Marie on March 11, 2018 - 2:57 pm
A friend of mine was recently tested for narcolepsy, but tested negative for it but because he has all the s&s of it the Dr’s want to treat him for it with prescription medication. He wants an alternative route… any suggestions?
#57 by Diverse Health Services on March 12, 2018 - 8:34 am
It can be chronic underlying infections that need to be addressed from what I’ve seen in the past. History and examination will determine that.
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