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Anonymous: Hi. Thanks so much for taking our questions on your show. I love hearing other people get their answers and learning while I listen. I heard on a previous show that fine lines or wrinkles around the mouth area is not a result of aging but from other causes. I am only 47 and have recently (within the last two years) noticed a significant increase in vertical lines around both my upper and lower lips. Is this from nutrient deficiencies or something else? I did the big 5 labs, have been working with an Equilife IHP, and have been using your products now for 8 months. I was hoping the increased nutrition plus protocols I’ve completed (21 day detox, CBO, parasites, heavy metal) would have helped but the lines just keep getting more noticeable. Is there any way to get these to go away or can I only hope to keep them from getting worse? Thank you so much for your help!
Wendy: Hi Dr Stephen, can i ask if EMS training is beneficial for weight loss, especially for people over 45 years old? Doing lots of high intensity activities may not be suitable for people aged 45 and above.
Paloma: Thank you so much and your team for all your hard work every single day! I was wondering whether some PMS symptoms are normal or does it always indicate hormonal imbalances?
Paloma: Me again! I once asked you whether you thought cardio was necessary if I got my 10k steps every day + 4x a week resistance training with bands & free weights and you said it wasn’t. I’m a 25 year old Vata so I don’t like doing a lot of cardio because I lose muscle very easily. You’ve been speaking a lot about cardio recently so I’m wondering whether your answer would be different now? I don’t have a lot of free time so to implement some jogging or biking would mean taking out 1 or 2 days of resistance training…
Tina: First off thank you and your team for all you do. I am a 53 years old. I did the big 5, the gut and bacteria test, and mold test. I am 12 weeks into my protocol working with an IHP level 2. I have done the 14 day functional detox. I am 8 weeks into the CBO protocol. I just finished the intestinal cleanse. I did a parasite cleanse and liver flush. My morning cortisol is very low and my evening cortisol is very high. Thyroid was a little high. I’ve been taking supplements to support my hormones and I have been doing the deep sleep protocol because I was experiencing really bad insomnia. I still continue to wake up at least four times a night. I’m very thirsty, I wake up startled, I wake up starving , and of course then I have to go to the bathroom because I have been drinking. I’ve been doing the deep sleep protocol, I’ve been wearing blue blockers before bed. I recently bought a lief device because my HRV is very very low. On average my number is 16. I also still have very bad Reynards. My fingertips go numb and purple. I also have this scab in my nose that clears up but then comes back quickly. TPOab is 32. Which is very very low. Any other suggestions on what I could be doing? Is my rain barrel that full? Do I need to keep doing functional detoxes? Could it be lyme? Thank you !!
Ryan: Hey doc Cabral. Wanted to ask a question regarding Graves’ disease vs hashimotos. When testing thyroid antibodies, i recently heard Amy myers say TSH receptor antibodies is more telling of graves and the thyroid peroxidase and thyroglobulin markers are more telling for hashi’s I wanted your thoughts on this, as I am testing these markers every few months in conjunction with near daily red light therapy exposure to thyroid. I did see a reduction in TPO antibodies from about 158 in November last year to 45 this past February. So it is cool to think that it may be lowered due to that exposure. I am a previous Graves patient. But will be looking to get the TSH receptor antibody test next time. Have you seen red light therapy work for these issues? Have you ever noticed any difference in testing those anti body markers for different patients? If TPO is lowering is that a sign that inflammation as a whole for the thyroid is lowering?
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