Posted by drbrizman on July 28, 2018 at 9:57pm
Now that our learning curve is over and we have gotten down all of the technical issues behind doing our own filming, editing, and posting, we will be more fluid with our videos on Youtube. We lost our videographer/tech person to a great, new adventure for him and had to learn how to do all of this ourselves just as we were getting started. We just posted one new video on getting started with diet for those who are new to this. We also posted one and in a couple of hours will post another, teaching video of Boaz's which are really great!
Posted by drbrizman on June 25, 2018 at 10:04pm
In treatment, it is often very important to isolate sexual fluids for the reason that, sexual fluids can often influence the symptoms of IC and vaginal challenges. The fluids of you sexual partner can easily affect physiology. That is a longer story and those of you in treatment understand. This post is regarding a new natural form of birth control that is very cool for those of you not needing to abstain from your partner's sexual fluids. I love this! https://usa.daysy.me/technology/how-daysy-works/
Posted by drbrizman on May 8, 2018 at 11:19pm
I think the conversation chain on our last post was interesting in that the question came up about why we had chosen to give digestalac to a particular patient, especially given how effective it was for her. We had explained that We often use supplements, including probiotics by viewing them inside the paradigm of Chinese medicine which gives us a very different view of why they would be used in a modern Western paradigm.
Posted by drbrizman on April 30, 2018 at 11:10pm
For those who have started to follow us on Youtube, we were very excited to post the new video today. However, this is a huge learning curve for us having no experience with media in this way. We realized after watching the second video that it was much too broad and without proper focus and ma cause confusion to those having no knowledge of our work.
Posted by drbrizman on April 25, 2018 at 2:17am
Thank you for everyone who came to listen on our new Youtube channel! It has been great fun getting this started. We are so excited to talk about so many things! Today, I wanted to speak about Probiotics.
Posted by drbrizman on April 17, 2018 at 9:21pm
For years people have been asking us to spread our work, do have seminars or retreats or workshops. We finally came to the conclusion that creating more information in the most expeditious way possible to educate people about what we have learned all of these years was to make videos. Videos can be played over and over, and it is something we can do without taking away from being available for our patients. We made our first one and started our channel yesterday. It is informal, intentionally.
Posted by drbrizman on April 14, 2018 at 12:28am
Vertical Translocation is the concept of the carrying mother's internal environment affecting the fetus in it's development until birth and the impact of that thereafter.
Posted by drbrizman on April 10, 2018 at 10:58pm
We have been flagging concerns all week on the issue of Spirulina and BMAA. We went to the source which we have trusted for some time now. We have used spirulina for many years off and on now. Spirulina offers many tremendous health benefits in terms of being anti-carcinogenic, a great natural source of B12 and numerous other important vitamins and minerals. Veing a green, it has the unique ability to offer these nutrients, while cleaning the body, and when used carefully, will not increase inflammation like amny other supplements meant to offer these same nutrients.
Posted by drbrizman on April 9, 2018 at 11:32pm
We thought it might be an interesting idea to ask people to share their story about how their IC started-as in, when was the very beggining of the onset of symptoms. Of course, we have heard so many stories over the years. But, if you would like to share what happened to you. Post a story to the response here and it might make for interesting conversation. Dr. M & B
Posted by drbrizman on March 30, 2018 at 12:15pm
An incredible article just came to my attention this am regarding new research. It seems to me that this discovery is very supportive to the theory of lowgrade microbial translocation described in my dissertation published in 2007. We need to learn more about this discovery. It appears to be quite important to this work and to the world of health in general. https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/03/interstitium-fluid-cells-organ-found-cancer-spd/