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Recap of Dr. T's Appearance on The Dr. Oz Show

Dr. Oz with Dr. T

Dr. Teitelbaum was a featured guest on The Dr. Oz Show this past Friday, October 23. During the show, Dr. T and Dr. Oz discussed the “exhaustion epidemic" that's overtaking our country. The following is a recap of the key points they discussed.

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Overall nutritional support

Don’t forget the importance of overall nutritional support with the vitamins, minerals and amino acids you need. Instead of taking a handful of supplements, get outstanding overall nutritional support with one drink and one capsule using the Energy Revitalization System vitamin powder. This supplies great overall nutritional support for everyone, and is a great place to begin.

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Creating energy with ribose

D-Ribose is a natural sugar that the body produces to create ATP, which in turn creates energy. Fatigue can be caused by the body's inability to produce ribose. Dr. Teitelbaum's preliminary study on D-Ribose showed that 2/3 of participants experienced increased energy, well being and/or decreased pain with regular use. Another just completed study (193 patients in 81 treatment centers) showed an average 59% increase in energy by using ribose!

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Creating energy with magnesium

Magnesium is another important energy creating nutrient. As Dr. Oz mentioned, magnesium is used by the body to help convert food into energy. New technology now allows the creation of sustained release formulas that improve magnesium absorption (without diarrhea!).

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Adrenal fatigue — Feed me NOW or I will kill you!

With the ongoing high level of stress in our everyday lives, our adrenal glands can become exhausted. The results include fatigue, hypoglycemia (the "feed me or I will kill you" experience that your family may be all too familiar with), and achiness. Dr. Oz discussed herbals that can be used to improve adrenal gland function. A mix of natural herbs, glandulars and nutrients for outstanding adrenal support can be found in Adrenal Stress End.

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Do you feel as though you may have an underactive thyroid, but your practitioner is telling you that your lab results normal (see Lab Testing is NOT Reliable!)? Through his research studies and clinical experience, Dr. Teitelbaum has found that "one size fits all" does not apply to thyroid function. Hypothyroidism is under diagnosed in epidemic proportions, and even when diagnosed correctly is not always treated with the appropriate remedies (see The Tragic and Invisible Epidemic of Thyroid Disease). As with adrenal fatigue, there are natural thyroid glandulars that can help support healthy thyroid function.

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As Dr. Oz discussed on his show, one cause of fatigue is anemia, which lowers the number of red blood cells in the body. Two causes of anemia can be low iron and low B12. Though studies have shown that optimizing iron can be helpful in combating fatigue even when anemia is not present, it is important to not take more than 80 mg of elemental iron per day, and to have levels checked to ensure that they don't go over a healthy level.

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