THE MORNING SHOW
Dr. Richard Massey, MD
Ask Dr. Massey
Dr. Richard Massey joins us LIVE once a month to take health questions from our listeners. He is an MD practicing Wholistic and Natural Medicine
-Heart issues from a spiritual perspective
-Perhaps Nattokines for clots and the dangers of Coumadin
-Cautionary tales on traditional chelation therapy
-Raising Glutathione levels naturally
-Vitamin K necessary for some
-Trace minerals in you enemas
-The spiritual issue behind some insomnias
-To B12 or to not B12
-Tesla energy lights: Dr. Massey likes them and so does his dog
-Jim from Santa Fe talks his experience with an electrocardiogram and a CT scan. One test leads to the other. What’s the point after all
-Eating cabbage raw. A listener has a good experience eating it raw. It’s a digestive favorite for some
-What would cause a man in his 50s to have chronic leg cramps? Could it be caused by eating allergic foods beforehand? Dr. Massey offers some ideas
-Breathing too fast and a drop in calcium connection
-Top 5 allergy causing foods
-Suffering from the herpes virus. Using recall healing to deal with it and understand it. Approaching it with a counter offer
-Shingles and recall healing
-Reducing free radical production. What would be making this difficult?
-Foods that turn on the antioxidant enzymes in the body
-A good reason to turn off your cell phone and other tech toys at night.
-Dr. Massey’s experience with the Mulungu herb
-A word on pancreatic cancer
-Numbness in the fingers and toes after being vegan for a year. Is there a diet connection there?
-Advice to a pregnant women who has lost her desire to eat
-Getting more oxygen in your body
Contact Dr. Massey at 830.990.2924 and also at email@example.com
Dr. Massey is now offering analysis of your blood regardless of where you live. It is a dried blood/matrix assessment. This provides and overview of health risk factors, such as heavy metals; hormone imbalances; free radical/antioxidant balance etc .Get more details by telephoning Dr. Massey or emailing him.
dr. richard massey m.d., june 27. 2013, hour one