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This is where we answer our community’s wellness, weight loss, and anti-aging questions to help people get back on track!
Check out today’s questions:
Nate: Hi Dr. Cabral, I just completed the intestinal cleanse during my CBO protocol, and despite using up to 5 capsules each time by day 2, and doing the whole cleanse for 5 days as per the instructions and plenty of hydration and exercise, I never had more than one bowel movement a day (which is what I was having before the cleanse). The only change was that stools were darker because of the black powder. This response does not seem normal – what can explain it? Does this means I technically did not cleanse the die-off enough? Should I have continued for more days? Any help is much appreciated! Thank you for all you do! Nate
Janie: Hello Dr. Cabral, I’m writing in because I am concerned about my HRV. I started wearing a Fitbit a year ago because I was interested in the cardiovascular tracking technology as I have a family history of strokes & cardiovascular problems. I am a 49 year old women, always remained active throughout my life & never struggled with weight gain or fluctuations. I exercise regularly (I powerwalk around 5 miles a day, my steps are often between 15-20k on my tracker), I eat exceptionally well (tons of veggies in my diet), I drink a little coffee and wine but nothing excessive, I have a good home life with low stress but my HRV is in a range between 14-20 & usually on the lower side. Everything that I read says I am way lower than optimal but I do all of the things that it says to do to optimize? I am concerned bc I have read that this can be a warning sign of strokes. Should I talk to a doctor about screening tests or is there anything you would suggest I do to improve my HRV?
MacKenzie: Will the environmental toxicity test show if my saline breast implants are causing me to be sick? If so what do I look for on the test to show me that?
Sam: What causes skin tags and are there any natural ways to get rid of them? It seems like I get a couple new ones each year. They are very small but can be annoying.
Kelsey: I have gilberts syndrome so it’s hard to tell what my fatigue is coming from. I don’t love the idea of having silicone in my body but have extremely uneven breasts so I am scared to get them removed. Are there any tests to test for silicone? Will the environmental toxicity test show me anything?
Kenzie: My OAT showed I am deficient in amino acids. What would you suggest? Saw that amino acids or bcaas can cause cancer
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