Beyond the Diagnosis with Dr. Kylie Burton

Episode 81

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In episode 81, Jill and Chris interview Dr. Kylie Burton, DC, CFMP,  an expert in functional medicine who has helped thousands of individuals with seemingly impossible health struggles, find answers, healing, and hope, even if they’ve been told their labs are normal.

You’ll want to grab a copy of your lab results when you listen to this podcast episode. Dr. Kylie discusses many interesting facts about why you may be feeling a certain way, even when your lab results come back within the normal range and what she suggests her patients do to improve how they are feeling.

Besides helping patients, she teaches practitioners (of all backgrounds), how they can level up their patient results using her techniques. Once on stage, now it’s a weekly LIVE series on Facebook.

As a guest on dozens of podcasts, she also hosts the podcast Beyond the Diagnosis with Dr. Kylie and has been featured on the Sheila Mac Show on KCAA radio. On TV, she has been a guest on Good Morning Utah and FOX26Houston.

Please note, before changing any medications and supplements, you should check with your own doctor.

During this podcast episode, we discuss:

  • Her advice on supplements.
  • CBC with Differential and WBC white blood count
  • Epstein-barr virus
  • Fibromyalgia symptoms and invlamation
  • Vitamin D levels – what is normal, what is optimal, what is too much
  • Gut health
  • Blood Sugar
  • Energy levels
  • Brain Fog
  • Hormonal health through menopause
  • How keeping cells health and strong helps us stay healthy and strong

Beyond the Diagnosis with Dr. Kylie podcast
Dr. Kylie does virtual visits and you can book an appointment with her via her website: Dr. Kylie Burton

1 thought on “Beyond the Diagnosis with Dr. Kylie Burton”

  1. Just read this morning about a study about the decline in breast cancer in women who get “enough” vitamin D. It was interesting… until they defined “enough” as “blood concentration of at least 20 nanograms per milliliter”

    My lab work (from LabCorp) says that the normal range is “30-100”. Sure sounds like there is disagreement on what is appropriate on the low end!

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