Why You Should Listen:
In this episode, you will learn about the impact of retroviruses in chronic illness and several recent clinical pearls from Sophia Health Institute.
About My Guest:
My guest for this episode is Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt. I shared Dietrich Klinghardt MD's professional bio in episode #15, and for this introduction, I am going to be less formal and speak from personal experience. I met Dr. Klinghardt in January 2006 shortly after my own Lyme diagnosis in July 2005. I was in the front row of his conference probably asking more questions than he would have liked, but it was the start of my journey with his work, and I was beyond excited and hopeful. I then became a patient and worked with him for several years and was able to regain my health through the implementation of not only his treatment protocols, but his healing framework. To this day, no other person has impacted my understanding of health and wellness as much as Dr. Klinghardt, and I will be forever grateful. Key Takeaways:
- What conditions may have a retroviral component? - Are retroviruses the deeper core issue? - How are retroviruses encountered? - What tests can be done to eplore retroviruses? - What is the connection between retroviruses and the cell-danger response? - What role do EMRs, glyphosate, and aluminum play in the activation of retroviruses? - What are some of the key retrovirus treatment options? - What is the connection between EMF and mold illness from water-damaged buildings? - What role might breast implants play in impacting recovery? - What are the latest perspectives on rope worms? - How commonly do stem cells result in sigificant improvement? - Do DMPS, DMSA, and EDTA still play a role in patient recovery?
Connect With My Guests: http://sophiahi.com
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