HEAL YOUR LIFE
with Denise Otten & Celebrity doctors
Do you want to HEAL YOUR LIFE NATURALLY?
THIS WEEK: For my inaugural show, I bring you DR. BURT BERKSON, M.D., PHD. –
This doctor was the man whose triple antioxidant protocol saved my daughter’s life…. How can you thank a person for saving your child’s life? Well, to show my gratitude, I want to introduce him to the world on a large scale.
He is President of Integrative Medical Center of New Mexico, Las Cruces, N.M. He was the Director of Research of the FDA for Alpha Lipoic for 15 years. He’s arguably the “FATHER” OF ALPHA LIPOIC ACID! He’s published over 40 PROFESSIONAL research reports, and several books… my favorite being “THE ALPHA LIPOIC ACID BREAKTHROUGH”
He will teach us about the science of alpha lipoic. How it improves your immune system and what his antioxidant protocol is that heals his patients.
Some of the diseases ALA has been known to heal are:
Lupus, Autoimmune Hepatitis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Diabetes 2, and can help Diabetes 1, Strokes & Heart Attacks, and much more.
So, get your pen and paper handy to start taking notes. You can’t afford to miss this interview!
This week, Denise Otten joins the Talking Alternative Broadcasting family! Denise is joined by Dr. Burt Berkson, the doctor that helped heal her daughter. Denise discusses how she healed her young daughter of autoimmune hepatitis with diet and vitamins within 4 months after doctors had her on meds for five years!
Denise Otten, a holistic health counselor, begins the first segment by introducing her show! Denise wants to help spread awareness that it is possible to heal yourself with a proper diet and vitamins instead of medicine. Dr. Burt Berkson, the doctor that helped heal Denise’s daughter Courtney of autoimmune hepatitis with a combination of diet and vitamins. Dr. Berkson has been practicing medicine for over 40 years, and has helped heal people suffering from many different diseases. When Dr. Berkson was a resident, he had zero deaths. The chief of medicine was upset with him and wanted him to deal with patients who would surely die so he could take notes and learn from the experience. Dr. Berkson was assigned two patients who needed a liver transplant and had little to no chance of survival. After consulting a physician about Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA), he injected it into the two patients and their livers regenerated and have lived with fully functioning livers well into their 80’s. Dr. Berkson would go on to publish journals and research about Alpha Lipoic Acid and has since become known as the “Father of Alpha Lipoic Acid.”
Denise and Dr. Berkson return to this segment to discuss the science of Alpha Lipoic Acid. Dr. Berkson gives details about ALA and the benefits it can have for our body. For example, give someone ALA after a large Thanksgiving meal, and they’ll have energy afterwards, rather than feeling very tired. Another use could be for patients who have suffered strokes. Giving ALA to patients who have suffered a stroke can help with the recovery. Denise shares that she is helping a little boy with type 1 diabetes by using ALA orally. Dr. Berkson then goes on to discuss how ALA is used to cure diseases like Lupus, Autoimmune Hepatitis, Diabetes, and many other diseases. Dr. Berkson also discusses how much backlash he faced from ALA.
Denise and Dr. Berkson begin the third segment by discussing how ALA has been used to heal Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, and many other diseases. Dr. Berkson takes about 600 mg of ALA per day. Dr. Berkson also discusses that he’s worked with MS and Lupus and that he’s used ALA to cure it because these diseases attack the body and ALA helps reverse these issues. Dr. Berkson also recommends taking a vitamin supplement in addition to ALA because taking ALA also depletes some vitamins gained from your diet. Denise also highly recommends changing your diet, such as switching to a vegetarian diet and/or paleo diet. It is also essential to switch to completely organic.
Denise and Dr. Berkson wrap up this final segment by answering some questions. Dr. Berkson answers a question about Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN), which is a prescription drug. Dr. Berkson and Denise also provide a list of supplements that they recommend. Dr. Berkson is not opposed to medicine. He recognizes when medicine is necessary, and will be honest with patients when he feels he can’t help them.