Dr. Richard Bartlett Shares Covid Information (Update with PDF Links)My July 2nd interview with Dr. Richard Bartlett of Midland, Texas (you can watch it here) has drawn interest from around the country. There is obviously great interest in effective treatments for those suffering with Covid-19, and in Dr. Bartlett’s explanation of his approach. I have not been able to keep up with viewers’ requests for a copy of the medical paper he referenced in the interview. So with his permission, I am sharing in this post two items: (1) Dr. Bartlett’s letter to Texas State Senator Bob Hall explaining in more layman-like language what the treatment is all about; and (2) Dr. Bartlett’s primary paper describing the covid treatment regimen he has been prescribing.
Good night, sweetheart. Rest heals the body and has been shown to lessen the risk of heart trouble and psychological problems.
I met Dr. Bartlett by happenstance for the first time on June 30th; he described what he had been prescribing for his patients suffering with covid and the very positive results he has seen. I asked if he would be willing to be interviewed for my show, and he agreed.
I found Dr. Bartlett to be very personable and earnest and credible. I enjoyed interviewing him.But I am not a physician, and my interview of him should not be taken as me or “America Can We Talk?” offering any medical advice or opinions or any manner of professional endorsement of Dr. Bartlett’s paper. Viewers are advised to consult with their own doctors regarding the utility or potential applicability of Dr. Bartlett’s paper to their own circumstances. Viewers can also reach out to Dr. Bartlett directly using the contact information contained in his paper.
Debbie Georgatos UPDATE: Many visitors have requested that we make the two documents below available in printable form; these links are to pdf file that should be printable: (1) Dr. Bartlett’s letter to Senator Hall; and (2) Dr. Bartlett’s primary paper.
Enjoy the experience. The word “diet” comes from the Greek word “diaita,” meaning “a way of life.” It’s not just about the food you eat but rather about sharing it with friends and family and taking time to stop and enjoy the experience.