(music) TB: I’m gonna just show you so what we have is a little wire. This is the bare minimum amount of pressure we need to feel. Patient: I remember before. I didn’t feel almost nothing just a little bit over here in the middle. TB: A little bit there. And that’s why we’re gonna just test it today for the camera just so people see how we test the feeling. So like I said, this is the bare minimum amount of pressure we need to feel. So I want you put your hand out, close your eyes. I’m gonna touch the back of your hand. Do you feel something? P: Yes TB: Perfect. You felt that, right? P: Yeah. TB: Okay, so I want you to sit back in the chair and close your eyes. I’m gonna touch different parts of your foot. Anytime you feel something you let me know. Okay? P: mm-hmm P: Okay in the middle something little bit. How can I say? TB: You can show me on your hand. Yeah, perfect. Perfect. Keep the eyes closed. We’re gonna keep going, okay? Anytime you feel something you let me know. Very good, we’re gonna keep going a little bit more. Awesome. P: Right here. TB: Yep. Hi, my name is Dr. Evan Lewis. I’m a research scientist specializing in nutrition and nerve health. I’m here today with Jonathan. We’re talking about “Nutarniq Essentials”, my targeted nutritional therapy for neuropathy and we’re also going to work with one of his clients to try and improve the symptoms in his feet. TB: What is neuropathy? DR: Neuropathy is nerve damage. That’s what we it’s the clinical term that we give it. There’s a couple different types of neuropathy; peripheral neuropathies are the most common. Those affect the nerves in the hands, the feet, the nerves that really control muscles as well as sensation. P: Keep continuing? TB: Yeah. Where did you feel? Did you feel something? Okay. So, the truth is the only thing you could really feel up here in this part and just in your arch. P: Yeah. TB: Everything else is pretty much completely numb. So that means all the nerves that are feeding these areas with sensation are pretty much gone and that’s why we’re getting these wounds because you’re not feeling all the pressure under these points. And the tissue breaks down, but because you have no feeling it just creates this wound. I see patients with neuropathy all the time and like the patient we just saw, you can have some pretty harmful effects. Why is it important to try to stop neuropathy? DR: That’s a great question. We need to stop neuropathy because of nerve damage. Once the nerve damage starts, it’s very difficult to reverse it. Traditionally speaking, when somebody starts to develop neuropathy symptoms, tingling, numbness, burning, typically starts in the feet sometimes in the hands. The first line of therapy, up until now, has been to provide drug therapy and that stops the painful symptoms. P: But I was yesterday I wasn’t expected to change TB: Yeah P: The dressing and (?) TB: The first one was really big and deep so and we had this one but that one looks pretty good there’s nothing there as of now. P: That’s awesome. TB: So again, even though I know you don’t have too much feeling, if you do feel something you let me know. P: Okay. TB: So right now, a lot of patients have neuropathy, they take pills. Is this going to make the neuropathy better? Is this gonna reverse the effects? DR: No. All of the medication used right now is either to control blood sugar for people with diabetes or to mask the painful symptoms. So this does not stop the nerve damage. TB: What could I do for my patients to try to help them with the neuropathy? DR: It’s really important for the patients who have diabetes to keep their blood sugar under control. That’s a very important step. But also what we’ve brought to market from my clinical research is a Targeted Nutritional Therapy What we’re doing is we’re providing the body with the fats that it needs to help repair nerve damage and my clinical research has shown that we’ve been able to actually reverse nerve damage in patients with diabetes and neuropathy. TB: So I’ll tell you right now the rim has really closed up a lot more healthy tissue and not as much callus as there was before. So we just got to get off this bad rim of tissue. So not too not too bad. You see how the the rim looks a little fluffy? DR: mm-hmm TB: All that fluffiness has to come off because it’s not normal healthy tissue. We want to scrape it down to where the tissue is whitish, kind of being held together. And like we said before we don’t want the rim to close in and underneath the rim is all open. Much smaller and the rim is closing in altogether. TB: What are some normal symptoms of neuropathy that patients might see in their feet or feel in their feet? DR: So it typically starts with numbness, tingling, burning, and sometimes a loss of sensation. Those are the first symptoms of neuropathy and those can be the most difficult because the numbness or lack of sensation can lead to foot damage. So a stubbed toe, maybe a blister that you didn’t recognize, if you don’t detect this these injuries, then they can get worse, turn into ulcers, large wounds, and that can cause a large problem for a patient. TB: So the bottom is starting to fill up. Still really fluffy. It’s not smooth smooth bottom yet, but it is less deep than it was. No pain? P: (No) TB: Yeah, definitely don’t have to take as much; looks very good. So what we’ll do, we’ll apply the laser to to this one and then we’ll do the top one after, okay? P: (Okay) TB: Do you ever deal with diabetic wounds? DR: No. I’ve seen them but no. That wasn’t part of our research application. TB: So, what we want is a flatter, healthier, red, wound. There we go. Looks pretty good. TB: In the simplest terms possible, what makes your product so special? DR: The product is research backed by my clinical research and my research is the first to show anything that can stop and reverse nerve damage in neuropathy. It’s not a drug. It’s a nutrition therapy. We’re creating a new option for people with nerve damage. We’re using nutrition to heal. TB: How does the product work? DR: So it’s a clinical grade or pharmaceutical grade omega-3 and it has all three pro-nerve omega-3 fats. TB: There are normal omega-3s out in the market and in hair products. What components of your omega-3 are different, that’s that’s causing this effect? DR: We have all three long-chain omega-3s: EPA, DPA, and DHA, and your normal health food store omega-3s don’t have DPA and don’t have the same structure as our fats. What’s important is it is EPA and DPA are very very effective at resolving inflammation so that’s important for around wounds or inflamed nerves while DHA that’s involved in turning on the machinery in the body which helps nerves regrow. So we’re providing a complete package of fats that help repair the nerves. TB: Okay, so let me just get glasses for everyone and we’ll do the laser and then I’ll do the big toe. Okay? (handing out protective glasses) This one you, get this one. If you feel too much heat, you let me know. P: Yeah, I know, okay. DR: So what wavelength are you using? TB: So this one has four wavelengths all together. 660, 800, 905, 970. So most of it’s for melanin and then just cellular respiration and bringing more oxygen into the area. What’s the goal with your Nutarniq ? What should these people with these symptoms experience? DR: The goal is to feed the nerves back to health. If we can keep nerves healthy and provide the body with the fats that it needs to repair the nerves, that’s the first step. Our body knows how to repair the damage, but we just need to give the building blocks. So what the way I see our product working is it’s a it’s a take-home therapy. I mean coming to a clinic and getting your nerves treated keeping your wounds clean and debrided are very important but what you can do is by taking our nutrition therapy, you can keep those nerves healthy and start the repair process in between clinic visits. That’s basically it. The name Nutarniq it’s actually an Inuit word and it means new ice forming in cracky and old ice. We take that to mean regenerative and restorative. How it works is we have our bottle with a dropper top and, just gonna open this up, so to take the product, you start by squeezing the dropper and slowly releasing and that fills up the dropper with oil. You then take it and put it into your mouth. We recommend doing that five times. So there’s five dropper fulls in your mouth. Let it sit in your mouth for 60 seconds and then swallow. For people with mild neuropathy symptoms or are looking to maintain their nerve health, 5 mils per day is great. For people with more advanced symptoms, then we suggest up to 10 mils 10 dropper fulls per day and that’s what we used in my clinical research trial. TB: So the majority of my viewers are from the States, so what can you offer because is this product available right now in the States? DR: No, right now we’re only available in Canada at the moment but for the US viewers, we do have something in the works for your market specifically. So hang tight and we’ll be back to let you know when that is ready to ship to you. TB: So where’s this product available right now? DR: Right now through our website, through the Toe Bro website, we’re available on Amazon and we’re also growing the number of clinics that are carrying our products. If you’re a clinic that’s interested in carrying Nutarniq Essentials, you can contact us through the notes below and we’re also expanding our retail presence as well. We have a couple of opportunities that I can’t quite talk about yet but we are looking to expand our our presence as well. So if anyone’s interested in carrying our products, please get in touch.


  1. I almost cried watching this. . Thank you for posting this video. . .This is very close to my heart and I appreciate you bringing this to the attention of others ? Thank you so much Jonathan ?☺️

  2. This is truly amazing and such amazing information. I am able to provide my diabetic patients with more knowledge because of you. Even though I'm an optometrist I am able to make my type 2 diabetic patients aware of complications of uncontrolled sugar levels and even refer them back to their PCP or to a local podiatrist if they tell me about any numbness or tingling. Thank you and keep these amazing videos coming! ?

  3. Toe Bro, can you talk about bone spurs? I have a spur on the bottom of each big toe caused by sports injuries when I was young. They were surgically removed 25 years ago. They eventually grew back, which the doctor warned me about. Are there any non surgical options out there? I would really like to wear heels again.

  4. Hey Jonathan! I know first hand what neuropathy can do to someone. My mom has suffered with this for a long time in her hands and feet. Back in February she developed a blister on her big toe which became infected. She has been going to the wound clinic for months to try and get it to heal. Unfortunately two weeks ago she had to have her big toe amputated. I feel terrible for her. Thank you for shedding light on this subject and how serious an issue this is!

    I really enjoy your videos and I am always telling people about your channel! Keep up the great work!

  5. Topic suggestion: Bone spurs. My husband just discovered a bump on the top of his foot that he just didn’t notice until his work boots were pressing on it and causing him pain. He’s complained about that foot in the past while running but didn’t think much of it and still doesn’t understand how it occurred.

    Also , another great video!

  6. So question … in regards to dpn does massage therapy help to any degree along with blood sugar control?

  7. I have non diabetic neuropathy in my feet. I wonder if the nutritional plan would help someone like me.

  8. Jonathan: Are you aware that there are a number of people chewing out other podiatrists/chiropodists with online channels for not having your bedside manner and passionate concern for their patient's health and well being? I'm not sure if that is a good thing or not! <g> Keep up doing what you are doing. I wish I was independently wealthy and could fly to Toronto and have you as my foot specialist!

  9. iam happy that my brother take care of his foot. evry 3 months he goes foot speacial. and he have diabetic .

  10. I’m interested in the oil the other Dr was talking about. I had to have surgery on both my elbows because the nerves were pinched. They checked the nerves different than you did, it was an electric device to see where the nerves were cut off. I was having numbness in my pinky and ring fingers. The scars are really long but the left is ugly as they used staples. Not a very good turnout because some fell out and the wound spread apart and healed wrong. When they did the second one I asked for sutures, it looks much better. I wonder if the oil would help with fibromyalgia pain? Just a thought, maybe even MS patients? That would be amazing if so. My brother passed away at the age of 32 from complications from MS. His wife was supposed to work his legs every night because he was wheelchair bound but she chose to have an affair on him and he got blood clots in his lets that hit his lungs first, the hospital sent him home saying he was fine but on the way home the clot hit his heart and he passed. She moved the guy in right after the funeral, she won’t marry him though because she will loose my brothers Navy benefits. He passed away in 1992 so basically they are considered married but she still gets the monthly benefits. Makes me sad ?

    Thanks again for a very informative video.

    Love and hugs to you from Illinois ??

  11. Wow the education & the 11 week treatment process was amazing. I'm 36 & I've been a type 1 diabetic since 12. I could really use this omega treatment. I have nueropathy in both feet it does travel at times to where my hands get numb. I will be on the lookout that this goes into the U.S market hopefully very soon

  12. I was told by a emg doc that b12 also helps with nerve dmg and lack of it can also be a contributor to neuropathy. Good to know something else help since I have neuropathy in my legs and arms

  13. Does it come to Europe? Because I didn't hear the gentleman talk about that content? Or is it due to alllll European ridiculous rules not possible..

  14. This is very exciting for me with neuropathy to the knees on both sides. It is in both hands affecting only the digits so far. This is the best news since sliced bread, thank you.

  15. I have an ingrown toenail for like 2 3 years, it really hurts when I play soccer at school I wish I could get a toenail removal

  16. Loving this one! So encouraging for patients with neuropathy. I feel tingling in my toes on occasion. Please keep me posted. In California.

  17. I'm a type1 diabetic with a severe case of peripheral neuropathy I've tried everything on the market. It wasn't until 3 months ago where I started with my pain management doctor on a medication called Nucynta. I have suffered since 2012 with peripheral neuropathy. I am too young to have the severe case of peripheral neuropathy but it's here. It is not a secret that my diabetes is hard to control but nevertheless I needed relief. So for anyone who is in pain management and you've literally tried. Ask your pain management doctor if they could try you on Nucynta until this gentleman's product comes to the states to start the process of healing our damaged nerves. Before I started on Nucynta I was unable to walk without pain there was a time where I was bed-bound and had to crawl from room to room that was no life to live so I vowed after starting this medication and it relieve me of the pain that I was feeling for so many years I wouldn't keep quiet and not tell people about the miracle that happened to me. I have my life back and I now have the willpower to live.
    ❤Thank you Toe Bro, for speaking on the subject of neuropathy because it's very seldom that we here anything about it unless it's in a Lyrica commercial. That medication does not work. Keep doing what you're doing you have my support!!!?

  18. Jonathan that was a superb video one of the best I've ever seen. My brain is like a sponge taking all this information in congrats. xx

  19. I wish this kind of treatment have here in my country. My dad has a a type 2 diabetes. And this is what he fears.

  20. I'm new to your vids, and I know it's not relevant to this procedure, but your tourniquet tying…. is that, like, a Canadian style? I'm a phlebotomist here in the States, and to me it's very unusual, although effective. I was taught a completely different style. Thanks! Love your videos!

  21. Good progress on your patient, Jonathan. I had seen the earlier vid, too. I'm going to check out the neuropathy link. I am diabetic and know I suffer from it tho not as severe, thank goodness. Love the educational aspect of your site even if I don't have the problem. I've enjoyed the monthly series. Every utuber could benefit from subbing with you! Wish your new office was in Florida!

  22. Jonathon, PLEASE don't go the way of so many other Youtubers. You lose your credibility when you start hawking snake oil. seriously!

  23. I have been watching your videos from the very start, but these diabetic and nerve damage videos are especially important to meet. Diabetes runs in my family (my dad, 2 brothers, and sister), and unfortunately, it has lead to severe neuropathy in all the males. Thankfully, I'm not diabetic (yet anyway), but I do have Multiple Sclerosis. I was diagnosed in 2003 at the age of 23 yrs old. Unfortunately, I now have neuropathy in my feet and right hand. This video was excellent! Very informative and much appreciated. Thank you!!!

  24. Cant u not just put some tissue glue inside the hole, so that the wound grows from inside to the outside with less mechanical stress?

  25. I'm curious what other conditions would benefit from this product. My 17 yr old daughter was hit by a car almost 2 years ago I nearly lost her but thankfully she's been spared!! However, she has severe Traumatic Brain Injuries, which left her with serious deficits in her language center (speaking, reading, writing, cognition) severe speech disorders of Global Aphasia & Apraxia, Right sided Hemiparesis which has mostly worked itself out with lots & lots of PT, OT. I'm just really curious if this product would help her in her recovery. This sounds promising!!

  26. For those wondering, I checked out the Nutarniq website… 150ml bottle (5ml a day, so a month's supply) costs near enough 50 dollars…..

  27. Jonathan as you know I'm like this patient in the video, but getting the placebo graft, which tomorrow will be my 6th one I believe. I hope this product is available to people like me in the states I would be taking the full 10 ml. I can't wait for this thing to fully heal already.

  28. I have Peripheral Neuropathy and it’s classified as idiopathic because they don’t know how I got it. I wish I didn’t have to take painkillers to have a quality of life. I wish there was better treatment out there besides narcotics, ugh!

  29. What a great educational video to help people with these kinds of issues. You are so non judgemental and caring, it’s wonderful to see.

  30. I used to take Care of a lady that had diabetes and she had some toes taken off because she didn't take care of her feet. After I showed her, I made sure I checked her feet. I I seen anything that didn't look right I would call her Dr.

  31. I love it that you don’t just capitalize on people, but you also invite other professionals and really educate about foot health.

  32. I’m a diabetic type 2. I saw a foot doctor as I’m in USA and I’m so bless for being diabetic aware early but sadly from both side of my family. I have the nerve pain but I can feel everything. I want to save this to show to friends and family and have them subscribe to you. My mother in law goes numb. My A1C has been 6.1 to 6.8. Thank you for this info, I hope you don’t mind if I send this to others so they can see your info. Thank you.

  33. Thank you for what you do
    …giving people another way to improve their health. People have to work. This patient is lucky to have found you.

  34. Definitely hoping for this to be available in the USA! I have severe neuropathy in both feet…all the way to my ankles. I feel absolutely nothing! Yet they still burn every night like a mf!! It’s hard to explain to someone who doesn’t experience what it feels like! And because of the “deadness”, I now have great difficulty even trying to wiggle my toes! It’s horrible! But the worst part is that now I’m starting to feel the same burning and tingling starting in my hands! I have my sugar under control, and I take Alpha Lipoic Acid and Neurontin daily. With little results. I am only 51. I cannot stand this for an indefinite period of time. It’s torture. I also have fibromyalgia and systemic Lupus. Thank you SO much for this video Doc!

  35. I have had gastric bypass surgery. Will this product be absorbed into my system? I know that I must take my B12 SL. Any problems w/ this neuropathy repair oil being absorbed?

  36. Hi Jonathan! I am really interested in the nerve repair. Has anything be released in the States yet?

  37. This made me cry just because I know it is true. Thank you for all of this very important information. Diabetes is very bad in my family. My husband has diabetes too. I have been checking his feet a lot. Thankfully he has very good feet. Thank you and God bless you and your family.

  38. I know I’m a couple of months late to this, but your chair side manner is something to be cherished ❤️ His foot is healing wonderfully (I appreciate the pics comparing week 1 to week 11).

    I hate the discomfort that your patients feel, but I love them for letting you record their journey as I’m learning for the future and what to look out for.

  39. Thank you, Toe Bro, for posting these videos. I am being tested next week for diabetes and am very nervous. I always wondered why they said foot care was so important. My toes go numb quite often and it's very painful. It almost feels like my feet are so cold that they have kids of feeling. I keep watching this and thinking how painful this would be if he could feel it. I just want to cry for this man. He is so worried about working, probably to feed his family, and I just could cry. There are so many men out there that would rather live off of the government than work for a day and this man is so worried about going to work that that is all he is concerned with. He reminds me of my father who was wanting to go back to work a week after he had his open heart surgery. Which is probably the attitude that made him die at the age of 52 due to a heart attack. My dad would not let my mom be on food stamps to be able to feed us, so he went back to work very quickly after his surgery.

  40. This made me cry. I've been a type 1 diabetic for 28 years and have had neuropathy for around 15 years. I'm 44 now and have Charcot Foot disease and muscular atrophy in my legs and hips. I also have an ulcer just like this guys but it's more in the middle due to the Charcot Foot and point of pressure. I couldn't afford physical therapy or regular medical treatment in the States and just keep getting worse. The only time I could keep my sugar levels in control was when I had an insulin pump. Which broke 1 month out of warranty. Fighting this disease is very tiring. But I'm taking this year to get help. I went on Zoloft in March and mentally well now. Next week I start my sessions with my doctor and then physical therapist. And hopefully I'll be able to get back on the insulin pump soon through the social healthcare. If not, I'm certain that I'll be dead in the next few years.

    Great video. Thanks for raising awareness of this disease and I'll try to see if I can afford the vitamin treatment you've mentioned here.

  41. Why did the other practitioners not educate this client? Why did they not work with him on all aspects of this ulcer like you have? This is disheartening to see the lack of education to this gentleman. Also, the wound specialists seem to not regard and/or follow your suggestions/prescribed orders?

  42. That’s similar to the damage pattern of leprosy – loss of feeling leads to wounds on extremities which get diseased and “die.”

  43. got one just the same as this guy had it for 3 years cannot get it to heal ! hospital every 2 weeks for debridement they do a great job just the same as you allso suffer with nerve pain really bad .

  44. Hey Joe. For diabetic neuropathy, a fat-soluable form of thiamine (the B-vitamin) called 'Benfotiamine' can be helpful. There has been some interesting research done and medical papers have been published. Check it out.

  45. Jonathan! Would you be willing/able to post a video of only your interview with the Nutarniq specialist? I have fibromyalgia and know several others who do, and this seems like it could potentially be helpful to us, especially those of us who have the beginnings of neuropathy in addition to the generalized pain. Several of the friends I know, though, have squick or phobia responses to wounds in general or injured feet particularly. I'd love to show them the interview without the interspersed medical footage if possible. 🙂

  46. I've had neuropathy for 18 years… Its started way before when I was told I had diabetes…. Thats another story….
    I had a Lot of tests and was told I had neuropathy and drop foot. They couldn't find out why I had this.. One of the test they did like All the time was to check to see of I was diabetic.. Nope every week or few weeks they would test me.. For Years. They couldn't find out what is wrong… All they knew was it was spreading and they couldnt stop it…. Im losing All feeling in my body… Im losing my sense of touch…. I cant see in that dark I have No balance I full A lot.. All this Before I was told I have mild diabetes
    And that was when I got hit by a car. That was 2012. Now I was told there is nothing they can do….. Its just going to get worse.

  47. I come from a family of diabetics. My uncle, may he RIP was the only one to lose any limbs due to complications such as the one in this video. Thankfully no one else has gone through that, but they do suffer from neuropathy as do I, although I do not suffer from diabetes at this time. I have to say that you saved this man’s foot with your treatment. I really wish you weren’t so far because I would take my whole family to you for all their foot care.

  48. I wish I had access to is treatment for my husband. Due to diabetes, he has no feeling in either of his feet, which makes his balance a real issue. Considering he’s only 50…too young to have these issues.

  49. Ok… I need to find out about this study if theyre/it's available! Bc of my surgery… And now diabetes… I have some serious nerve stuff goin on and need as much help as possible lol

  50. Hello doctor. I have neuropathy after ankle fx. Not due to a surgery or fx itself. It's from the cast. In ur video you have dr. Lewis. How can I contact him. Maybe he can help me. I broke my ankle in 2017. Still suffering. Taking neurontin 600 mg tid. Thank you
    I'm interesting in this product

  51. WOWW.. im so much speechless.. You really saved his life… At least, now we know that he's not end up with amputation because of that wound

  52. Dr. Toebro, I like to see your videos, my husband had colon cancer after his chemotherapy his feet suffered from neuropathy and burning sensation , I checking him every day and take care his foot. Thank for share all this information. Blessings.

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