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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!
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Farren: Good day Dr Cabral. I know you won’t get this in November but like 8 weeks from now sometime in late December, early January (Happy New year BTW) but what are your thoughts on drives like “No Nut November”? In line with with what you teach on mindset and motivational Mondays, I believe you’d lean toward avoiding porn given what it can do your brain but are there benefits to not ejaculating or abstaining over a given period? One elder while growing up said its always good to keep the “blood flowing” there even if you don’t climax while I see so-called experts saying you should often cause of benefits ranging from better sleep to prostrate health. I read somewhere in ayurveda where they said different doshas should have different requirements. Hope this didn’t come across too crass. Do you have thoughts on this?
Erin: Asthma! What is the root cause of asthma? I have been told magnesium deficiency but would love to hear your input. Thanks so much I really do love listening to your podcasts.
Deanna: hi Dr. Cabral, I was wondering what you think about certain alternative detox methods – in particular, would you recommend zeolite, and if so, what form? And also I have been hearing about chlorine dioxide which seems quite controversial. I rely on your opinion about these things. I also did order your detox protocol, so I will be trying that as well. I feel it is so important right now to be detoxifying. Thank you for your help! Deanna
Jenna: Are you familiar with the Jovi Patch? I’m seeing good feedback about it in regards to helping with menstrual cramps. Apparently it’s a patch that you put over your uterus and it “works to pick up the message your body is sending out, rerouting it and absorbing it like a sponge using nanocapacitors.” I’m a tiny bit skeptical on how this works and if it’s safe and wanted your perspective before I try it.
Sheba: Hello, I was asked about ways to detox the the vaccine. Do you have any suggestions? I want to share this information as unbias as possible and I will represent IHP to the best of my abilities. Please let me know if you have any advice or suggestions on this matter. Best, Sheba
Anonymous: Hi Dr. Cabral, I am 27 years old, resistance train 5-6 days a week, and have a very good body composition. Since high school, I have had a large bump under my right nipple that has not gone away. I got a sonogram in college that did not show any cancer or tumor, and it seems closer to the description of gyno, but only on one side. Overtraining during high school and college impacted my hormones, of which I am still trying to fully recover from. The bump was noticeable before I began rigorously training for athletics, but I am sure the hormone damage did not help in it subsiding. My question is as to whether or not you would recommend looking into your DHEA supplement, or if I am too young to begin something like that. My life now is fairly stressful, but manageable, I am an engineer, lift weights (as previously mentioned), walk at least 10,000 steps a day, eat very healthy, and also struggle with digestive issues (story for another day). Any recommendations you have are greatly appreciated and thank you so much for what you do. We, the listeners, are forever in debt.
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