Discerning truth from fiction in today’s information maze

The saying is "disinformation is deadly". I agree.

The key is determining what information is disinformation.

Check out my latest video where I help you know which is which.

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John Bartemus, DC
Functional Medicine Charlotte

704-895-2240
http://www.FunctionalMedicineCharlotte.com

Disclaimer: *Please note that the information shared on this YouTube Channel is informational and educational and is not to be interpreted as medical advice. Before implementing any information from this channel, please consult first with your primary care provider.

Glutathione – how do I dose it? What is the best form? How long should results take?

Glutathione is one of the most important nutrients for optimal health.

There is a lot of misinformation out there regarding how to dose it, which form (oral, liposomal, topical) is most efficiently absorbed, and how long it takes for a person to see results.

In this video, we use the scientific literature to clear the confusion.

John Bartemus, DC
Functional Medicine Charlotte

704-895-2240
http://www.FunctionalMedicineCharlotte.com

Disclaimer: *Please note that the information shared on this YouTube Channel is informational and educational and is not to be interpreted as medical advice. Before implementing any information from this channel, please consult first with your primary care provider.

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John Bartemus, DC
Functional Medicine Charlotte

704-895-2240
http://www.FunctionalMedicineCharlotte.com

Disclaimer: *Please note that the information shared on this YouTube Channel is informational and educational and is not to be interpreted as medical advice. Before implementing any information from this channel, please consult first with your primary care provider.

Inositol is key for halting progression of Parkinson’s Disease and Cancer

Inositol is also known as phytic acid and IP-6. It is an antinutrient that provides many benefits when dealing with chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, alzheimer’s, and gut inflammation.

Have we been mistakenly avoiding it?

John Bartemus, DC
Functional Medicine Charlotte

704-895-2240
http://www.FunctionalMedicineCharlotte.com

Disclaimer: *Please note that the information shared on this YouTube Channel is informational and educational and is not to be interpreted as medical advice. Before implementing any information from this channel, please consult first with your primary care provider.

Elderly falls and head injury – What is the cause? What is your doctor missing?

Fainting and falling in the elderly could result in head injury and early death.

Here is a case study from my office where conventional medicine failed to find the cause of the falls and therefore failed the patient.

What should they be looking for? Here is a case to give you some ideas.

John Bartemus, DC
Functional Medicine Charlotte

704-895-2240
http://www.FunctionalMedicineCharlotte.com

Disclaimer: *Please note that the information shared on this YouTube Channel is informational and educational and is not to be interpreted as medical advice. Before implementing any information from this channel, please consult first with your primary care provider.

Zinc benefits for anti-viral defenses and the impact of obesity

Zinc is a key nutrient for immune function in general and anti-viral defenses specifically.

Zinc function in the body is impacted by a person’s body composition. Obesity is a significant contributor to suboptimal zinc levels and suboptimal immune defense.

John Bartemus, DC
Functional Medicine Charlotte

704-895-2240
http://www.FunctionalMedicineCharlotte.com

Disclaimer: *Please note that the information shared on this YouTube Channel is informational and educational and is not to be interpreted as medical advice. Before implementing any information from this channel, please consult first with your primary care provider.