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Posted by drbrizman on December 2, 2016 at 12:11am
We use raw milk as a part of our nutritional protocols. Many believe that raw milk is bad because it is dairy. What we always say is that it is not the dairy, but the non-raw dairy that is the problem. I like the following article as it points to this issue a a couple of others which we also agree are important to health and to healing: http://healinglifeisnatural.com/harvard-scientist-urges-people-to-stop-d...  
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Posted by drbrizman on October 26, 2016 at 2:08am
  The Emotionality Of Un-wellness.... Do you ever wonder why you have a “theme” to your emotions? Do you wonder why the same emotional patterns seem to reappear in your life over and over and don't seem to be within your control? Do people blame you for not being able to control yourself emotionally? Emotions are often the outward expression of the internal imbalance. Outward signs are often an indication of internal “wrong-goings”. These can be visual as in skin or hair or muscles and joints for example, but very often it is emotion and, no, you are not crazy!
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Posted by drbrizman on September 15, 2016 at 11:06pm
 
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Posted by drbrizman on August 31, 2016 at 2:56am
The concept of the tree trunk and it's branches is one I use all of the time draw an analogy to better understand the model for illness in the gut and how that is the core root for chronic illness of most kinds. This is repeatedly useful as it helps to illustrate the concept of how an imbalanced gut can lead to different types of symptoms and/or other chronic conditions. If the trunk is unhealthy-there may be limbs rich with green leaves, while other limbs may have leaves that look sick, while some limbs may have no leaves at all.
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Posted by drbrizman on August 24, 2016 at 10:40pm
When we first started practicing 20 years ago-we were on board with the idea like everyone else that high cholesterol was an evil to be treated fiercely. Over time, we started to realize that patients who came to us-with high levels of inflammation also had high cholesterol. What was more interesting was that over time with the diet methods we employ and the anti-inflamatory protocols (which at first look might look like something that would increase cholesterol) actually were lowering cholesterol levels without doing anything with the intention of lowering it. As we continued on the Ph.D.
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Posted by drbrizman on August 23, 2016 at 3:41am
A very big part of what we do is not only to treat those seeking help for their Interstitial Cystitis, but to educate people regarding the prevention of such chronic health conditions. Changes in our mindset and lifestyle is often critically important to improving our health. 
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