Thank you for joining us for our 2nd Cabral HouseCall of the weekend!
I’m looking forward to sharing with you some of our community’s questions that have come in over the past few weeks…
Let’s get started!
Deanna: I am currently weighing my options for correcting my 5-year old daughter’s cross bite – our holistic dentist recommends an ALF appliance while the orthodontist we consulted with speaks very highly of a Hang Expanser. I didn’t realize until recently just how much asymmetry in the mouth/jaw can really effect overall wellness. I want to make sure that I make the best choice for her long-term health. Do you have any insight into the world of orthodontics/myofacial therapy that could help me better make that decision? Maybe you have seen clients in your practice with one or both of these appliance? Any materials/book recommendations that you have found insightful on this subject? Thank you so much!
Patty: Most health practitioners say that after eating one should not lay down, but too take a short walk or some type of light exercise. I know that the digestion process goes to processing a meal after eating and we feel sleepy. Most animals sleep after eating. Shouldn’t we honor our body signals and rest for a short time after eating, so that our body’s can concentrate on the processing of the food?
Erin: Hi Dr. Cabral, I recently was diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, which I believe was caused by my chronic Lyme disease. My question is, is this something I can get into remission like my Lyme? I’m most worried about this affecting me and a future child in pregnancy. Thank you so much!!
Anette: Hi Dr. Cabral, long term podcast listener and ayubowan member. Love all your podcast and the information you share. I have two questions, In your book and on previous podcasts , you’ve mentioned that you have specific gene mutations that cause certain issues like histamine overproduction. How can I find out if I have certain mutations? Is there a genetic test I can run? You seem to know so much about how your genes effect you and how to control them so they won’t express themselves. I know this information would help me tremendously as well. Also what are some supplements you would recommend for killing/getting rid of unwanted bacteria in the body? Are cat’s claw and oil of oregano effective? If so what are the dosages you recommend for adults.
Jen: Hi Dr C! I recently started drinking a glass of water w/ apple cider vinegar before I drink my morning smoothie. I’ve heard it helps with the blood sugar spikes to drink this prior to meals. I’ve been taking my morning supplements with my glass of water/ACV. Is there an issues you see in combining my supplements with the ACV? Thank you!
Audrey: Hi Dr. Cabral, I would like to do the CBO protocol but I know the food list is very restricted. I am training for races except for a few months out of the year then I start training for the next race season. On long rides I like to take hummas, cliff block chews, picky bars etc for nutrition which is obviously not on the food list. How can I do the CBO protocol while keeping up my nutrition on long runs/rides? You are truly brilliant and I appreciate all that you do.
Thank you for tuning into this weekend’s Cabral HouseCalls and be sure to check back tomorrow for our Mindset & Motivation Monday show to get your week started off right!
– – –
Show Notes & Resources:
> Join Our Online Community (Free Q&A Facebook support group!)
Dr. Cabral’s Most Popular Lab Tests:
Get Your Question Answered on an Upcoming House Call!
Submit your question at:
– – –
Listen to Previous Podcasts:
To listen to other episodes of the Cabral Concept, visit:
– – –
Would You Take 30 Seconds to Rate & Review the Cabral Concept?
The best way to help me spread our mission of true natural health is to pass on the good word, and I read and appreciate every review!
- Click this link to open the Cabral Concept on Apple Podcasts
- Click “Listen On Apple Podcasts”
- Scroll down to the “Ratings & Reviews” section
- Click “Write a Review”