“Natural Health Care Show With Dr. Brian Foley”

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Dr. Brian Foley

Dr. Foley Every Sunday Afternoon-2:00 PM This week’s Topic:  How to do a total body cleanse and lose weight”

Call in with your questions.

Call 615-737-W-W-T-N that’s 615-737-9986 If you are struggling with weight or belly fat, have metabolism issues, or find it hard to fall asleep but you are always tired, it maybe time to consider a different approach. Hi! I am Dr. Brian Foley your alternative doctor. I am here to lead you on a path to better health through a natural approach to health care. Listen each week to new topics on natural health care solutions.

Your host, “Ray Bester”

Dr. Foley Every Sunday Afternoon-2:00 PM This week’s Topic: High Cholesterol- Handled Naturally. Find out how to lower your cholesterol naturally. Call in with your questions. Call 615-737-W-W-T-N that’s 615-737-9986 If you are struggling with weight or belly fat, have metabolism issues, or find it hard to fall asleep but you are always tired, it maybe time to consider a different approach. Hi! I am Dr. Brian Foley your alternative doctor. I am here to lead you on a path to better health through a natural approach to healthcare. Listen each week to new topics on natural health care solutions. Your host “Ray Bester”
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10 Responses to “Natural Health Care Show With Dr. Brian Foley”

  1. Jon Norris says:

    My daughter in law has just this past week had her thyroid removed just as we were trying to help her seek nutritional advice. My son is a marine and the military docs offered removal as the “best” solution for her problem. My wife has talked to her and found out that she has had problems for years and had never been able to find good help or adequate relief. She has been diagnosed with Hashimoto’s and my wife thought that diet/nutrition should be explored but the brand new mother in law could not compete with the “experts”. Now that the thyroid is gone is there anything that can be done to improve her quality of life/health using your recommendations?

    Thanks so much, I really enjoy listening to your radio show.

  2. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    Yes, even though the thyroid has been removed she still will need protection for the thyroid. When the thyroid is removed the doctors cannot remove all the thyroid due to nerves muscle etc. There is still some thyroid tissue remaining. Hashsimonto’s is an autoimmune disease which means that the immume system is attacking the body in this case the thyroid (or the thyroid tissue left after the thyroid was removed). There is nothing that can be done about the thyroid itself. She will always need thyroid medicatiom but the remaining thyroid tissue needs to be protected, It will continue to be attacked by the immune system. By protecting this tissue her symtoms should be reduced or eliminated (symtoms that relate to Hashimotos). I have a nutritional protocol that will handle the Hashimoto symtoms. This Hashimoto’s protocol will also address the adrenal glands. The adrenal glands are the back-up for the thyroid so they will need extra support. Liver support is always needed since the thyroid hormone T4 is converted to T3 in the liver. In your daughter in law’s case the liver will be converting over the T4 found in the medication which is usually synthetic (not natural/man made) this will make the liver work harder. The Hashimoto’s protocol is four basic products. You can call my office to buy these products if you would like. Your daugher in law should also be on a gluten free diet. I hope this information is helpful to you. If you have any other questions feel free to contact me.

    Dr.Foley

  3. Judy says:

    Dr. Foley, my Thyroid was damaged because of radiation therepy I endured back in 2004 because of my Hodgkins Lymphoma treatment plan. I had heard about the Armour Thyroid and requested that as opposed to Levothyroxine awhile back. I have been having what I thought were satisfactory results, but my bloodwork has been off now for quite sometime in the thyroid, liver enzymes, and as always cholesterol and blood sugar. Isn’t it true these can all affect one another? I am ready to try another doctor, can you offer some helpful advice ?

  4. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    Yes, you are right it all has to work together. Even if your thyroid was damaged (half a thyroid can work as well as a whole thyroid) it can still be repaired to some degree with the right supplements. What is needed is for the body to be balance out and all glands and organs working to there optimum potential with the use of vitamins. Medication will not do it. Medication by-passes the bodies autonomic nervous system and works on its own, where vitamins work with the body to heal and repair. Then the body can heal the symptoms you have will be resolved. If you live locally you can call my office and set up an evaluation 615-333-0021. I do have one question have you ever been check to see if you have Hashimoto’s. This would be done with a blood test. You would needed to run TPO-ab and TG-ab. I hope this is helpful to you.

  5. Chis Jernigan says:

    My daughter is 20 years and has been diagnosed with gallstones and the doctor wants to remove the gallbladder. she is in pain, and currently taking pain medication. Are there other options for treating gallstones?

  6. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    Phosfood Liquid stops GallBladder pain.

  7. Jim Dixon says:

    What natural Vitamin C do you recommend?

  8. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    Cataplex C from Standard Process. This is professional grade, whole food vit. C, You can get it from my office. Call 615-333-0021

  9. june says:

    Can you please tell me where on your site I can find the way you recommend to exercise? Interval training?

  10. Dr. Brian J. Foley says:

    It is not on the website as of yet. But if you call my office I will be glad to email you or snail mail you the instructions.615-333-0021

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