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Anonymous: Hi Dr. Cabral- First I would like to thank you for everything you do. You have educated me so much and changed my life for the better. I have a three year old daughter who was diagnosed with febrile seizures at the age of two. If she catches a virus or infection at school (very common) and gets a fever to spike quickly she can have a febrile seizure. Fevers as low as 101 can cause these. While terrifying when they are happening we have been told around 5% of children have this condition and they typically go away around age 5 or 6 and is nothing to be worried about. The pediatrician and neurologist have told us this. When these fevers occur we spend one to two days constantly giving her Tylenol and motrin to bring the fever down. We are constantly testing the temperature and if it gets above 99, it causes us great anxiety that a seizure is coming. I am looking for what the root causes could be here to try and prevent them from occurring and how to possibly bring the fever down without constantly pumping her with drugs. Basically if this was your daughter what would you do? Based on what I have learned from you there has to be a root cause here and some type of action we can take.
Victoria: Hi Dr Cabral. I tend to eats lots of raw nuts like Almonds and seeds I’m very active and it doesn’t makes me fats I eat very healthy No sugar takes al the vitamins from your practice But I’m wondering if Therese is something I’m missing Thank you
Anonymous: Hi Dr. Cabral, I wanted to get your thoughts on how to effectively identify the root cause and reduce high uric acid. I had a Uric acid level of over 10 and made some lifestyle changes including losing 50lbs, reducing alcohol intake and taking tart cherry extract to reduce it. I was only able to reduce it to 9.6 so my doctor put me on Allopurinol as he said since I have had a gout attack (one time) it should test below 6 to avoid future attacks. He told me that sometimes the medication is the only thing that can keep this to below 6 due to genetic disposition. I wanted to get your thoughts on how to reduce this naturally and/or ID what is causing this. What would you do if you were faced with this situation? I don’t want to be on this medication for the rest of my life and I figured there had to be something naturally I could do or at least try. Thanks!
Trevor: Dr Cabral sir, My name is Trevor and I am one of your IHP students currently healing my body. I was just told I need to put in a lift in my shoe due to hip displacement and believed to be the length of my legs. I did fracture my growth plate in my ankle when I was 17, and I am now 32. Is there anyway for my body to heal back to normal and not need the lift? Thank you very much
Sage: Hi doctor Cabral, I am very health conscious and try to eat clean and organic food most of the time. To my horror, I discovered that the supplement that I’ve been using for a few months contained Titanium Dioxide, which is apparently unsafe and can cause cancer. Do you know if this is correct? It’s said to be accumulating in the body tissues and I really want to get it out of my body ASAP. What would be the best way to do this? Thanks so much for your help! Love your podcast, keep up the amazing work! Sage
Molly: Hi doctor Cabral, I have an important question for you: I have been a vegan for about 10 years now, and I’ll be honest – I’m doing it more for health benefits, rather than the ethical/environmental ones. Lately, I’ve been thinking about maybe adding fish and or eggs tp my diet, in order to boost the omega 3′, choline, B12 protein and other nutrients naturally, rather than using the supplements. It’s really difficult to make this decision though, as being vegan has become a bit of an identity for me and I’ve built a business and some great relationships because of it. I’m afraid of losing that if I’m no longer considered “vegan”. In your professional opinion, what would you advise? Staying fully vegan or adding eggs/fish once a week. I know it’s a difficult question, but my health is very important to me and there are few people I trust more than you when it comes to the health advice. I can’t wait to hear your thoughts and I’m grateful for you and all you do! Molly
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