Q&A 4/6/23 UTI and Sepsis, Melatonin and Night Shade Vegetables


Question of a relative who developed a UTI that turned into sepsis while in hospital. Is it possible to have side effects from Melatonin? What is the importance of the mitochondria? Is this article on night shade vegetables correct? Information on upcoming Cardiology classes


00:00 Book to be published soon

02:12 Relative developed UTI that turned into sepsis while in hospital.

12:55 Melatonin side effects

15:16 Mitochondria

20:57 Night Shade Vegetables

34:07 Upcoming Cardiology classes

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Dr. John Nieters L.Ac, DAOM, is an acupuncturist, Chinese herbalist, functional medicine, writer, teacher, and leader in the community. In this episode, John talks about his experience with the importance of finding your vision and purpose in life, in order to create the right goals for you.

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