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RHR: Are Food Intolerance Tests Accurate?

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In order for a test to produce actionable and reliable information, the methodology must be plausible, it should be independently verified, and the results should be consistent and reproducible.  These are really all fundamental aspects of the scientific method in general, and specifically, it’s how clinical diagnostic tests are validated.  If a test doesn’t meet these criteria, then we really can’t rely on the information that it gives us. In this episode, we cover: 00:32 … Read More

RHR: Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker on Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome

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A few years back, we were living in a home that I later learned had mold, and I was exposed to mold and started to develop some symptoms after my long journey back to health.  I started to feel some symptoms again that I hadn’t felt in quite some time and knew that it was something different than what I had been dealing with before.  And so over the last year or few years, I’ve… Read More

RHR: What Causes Hormone Imbalance?

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Hormones don’t go out of balance for no reason. In a healthy, functioning person, hormones will be regulated and operating as they should, so when they are out of whack, it is a sign that something is not working properly. This is where we turn to the functional model of endocrinology.