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!
Zoe: Hello, I am a newly graduated pharmacist with a passion for lifestyle medicine. I am also a nutrition coach for friends, family, and members of my church. I have several patients that ask for help with IBD symptoms. I was hoping you could do a review of which digestive enzymes are used to help patients experiencing diarrhea verses constipation? Are these products similar? Any Amazon brands that you might recommend? Thanks in advance, huge fan of your functional medicine podcasts. I’m hoping to have a future career in function medicine as well.
Jenna: Hey Dr. Cabral! Thank you for everything you do and for creating a truly helpful and transparent health and wellness community. My question is more of a career oriented one. I am graduating this upcoming summer and would like to pursue a career in research. I want to work for a place that conducts ethical and objective studies and was wondering if you had any insight into places with these values? I was thinking labs at Universities around the area would be my best bet. I know you may not be able to answer this question, but any information you can provide would be helpful in my job search. Thanks so much!
Simone: Hi Doctor Cabral, what are your thoughts on the at-home microcurrent facial devices? They allegedly improve and build the facial muscles, lift, and tighten the skin, as well as smooth the lines. Do you think this is true and do you feel that these results are long-lasting? Thanks so much in advance for your answer!
A.W: Hi Dr. Cabral, Thank you for the work you do. I really appreciate your insights and am hoping you can help me. I suffer from PMDD. It’s hard to describe the severity of the symptoms I experience every month, especially on the mental side – bone-crushing sadness with weeping spells, hopelessness, feelings of worthlessness and overwhelm, I relive all my worst regrets, extreme sensitivity, erratic thoughts, heightened anxiety and jumpiness, inability to concentrate…I could keep going. Suffice it to say it disrupts my life and has damaged relationships. Do you have any insights into this condition? I also wondered your thoughts on the supplement “Jublilance.” Thank you.
Lisa: Hi doctor Cabral. I hope you’re doing wonderful! I have a question about supplements and fasting. I always eat an early dinner (5pm at the latest) and fast for about 16 hours after. I’ve noticed that I wake up at 4am every night, and I feel it’s due to low blood sugar. The best solution would be to eat something before bed, but I don’t want to break my fast, which I mainly do for my gut health and autophagy. Are there any ways to keep my blood sugar stable throughout the night, without breaking the fast? With certain supplements that do not affect the fast? Thanks so much in advance for your answer, you are amazing! Lisa
Jason: I use oil of Olay on my face every day after I get out of the shower. Is there a better, safer alternative? My skin tends to be dry, and I also like the fact to provide some sun protection of 15 spf.
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!
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