“Often it isn’t the mountains ahead that wear you out, but the little pebble in your shoe.” -Muhammad Ali
The oral cavity most of the time is overlooked as a contributor to disease in other areas of the body. Many times the root cause of a health issue can be found in another area or system.
For quite some time research has shown the connection between infections in the mouth and conditions like heart disease, cancer, microbiome issues and more.
Our guest Dr. Thomas Levy shares his experience and knowledge of the oral cavity and cardiovascular disease. He dives into the importance of vitamin C and how it is more of a nutrient than a vitamin and is an essential part of our immune health. He discusses the power of using high dose vitamin C to treat a number of ailments and he briefly speaks about the power of hydrogen peroxide and ozone therapy.
Thomas Levy graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Johns Hopkins University in 1972. Then went on to graduate from Tulane Medical School in 1976 and receive his postgraduate training in Internal Medicine and then Cardiology at Tulane as well. In 1998 he also received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Denver College of Law.
Although Dr. Levy became Board-certified in both Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Diseases, his traditional medical training did not prevent him from being completely open to and fascinated by the work of Hal Huggins, DDS, MS. At Dr. Huggins’ clinic, he observed many patients improving substantially from diseases that he had been taught to regard as having no effective therapies, such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and even ALS. Shortly after witnessing these extraordinary clinical responses, Dr. Levy shuttered his own cardiology office and began working as a medical consultant to Dr. Huggins.
Dr. Huggins introduced Dr. Levy to the many profound uses and applications of vitamin C. Since his initial contact with Dr. Huggins. Dr. Levy has written seven books and co-authored three others. His research and writings have led him to conclude that all diseases ultimately start and are then propagated by increased oxidative stress in the affected organs and tissues, both intracellularly and extracellularly.
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