May 19, 2024

Dr Bryan Ardis

Dr Ardis is married to his wife Jayne, and together they have 5 children. Dr Ardis performed his undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University. He completed his Bachelor Degree and his Doctorate Degree at Parker College of Chiropractic in 2004. Also in 2004, Dr. Ardis completed his certification in Acupuncture at the Dallas College of Oriental Medicine.

Dr. Ardis’s knowledge over years of helping patients heal from their symptoms using nutritional herbs and supplements has fueled his next purpose, by improving their health through specific health and nutrition products that he formulates. Dr. Ardis’s drive and ambition is to develop nutritionally rich formulas and products that serve the human body’s natural requirements.

More information from Dr Ardis can be found @ Home (thedrardisshow.com).



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Dr. Ardis interviews Attorney Thomas Renz, Going After Fauci! "Sign Renz Letter Now!"

December 21, 2021

Dr. Ardis interviews Nurse Dani at the Health & Freedom Conference in San Antonio, Texas

November 15, 2021

Dr. Ardis interviews Dr. Simone Gold, MD - Founder of America's Frontline Doctors

September 29, 2021

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