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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!
Check out today’s questions:
Marie: Hi Dr. Cabral -Thank you for the knowledge you share with your community. I’ve started listening to your podcasts a few months ago and feel like I’m finally on track with resolving autoimmune and gut issues. My question is on behalf of my 81-year old mother. She has essential tremors in her head/neck and hands. She experienced these around 20 years ago and they seemed to subside for 10-15 years and have resurfaced over the past few years. She used to be a vibrant and active person but over the past few years, the tremors have kept her from many activities. I was wondering if CBD gummies or other products might be helpful for her. She did experience a minor stroke in May 2022, but from what I understand, CBD gummies should have no adverse effects. Thank you for all your help!
Claudia: Hi Dr. Cabral, I love your podcasts. They’ve been helping me so much in my journey to health. My question is about Polyester in clothing. I have been slowly switching over to 100% organic cotton and linen. I’ve noticed that the Equilife T-shirts are now a Polyester blend. I thought that Polyester releases toxins (even if it is recycled Polyester), especially when submitted to heat like the dryer or sweating. Could you please share your thoughts on this. Thank you so much for all your hard work that you put into these podcasts.
Nancy: Hi Dr Cabral I am enrolled in Level 1 and just completed the module on stress and blood sugar and I want to make sure that I understand – does black coffee causes blood blood sugar increase Thank you Nancy
Gemma: I read just today that the FDA has approved a pill for the microbiome (first time approval) called SER-109. I am curious to get your opinion on this and whether it is potentially effective for SIBO-C. I have been experiencing recurring SIBO-C despite all the probiotics and good eating habits and various testing to understand my body but somehow this smithii gut bacteria thing keeps coming back so im wondering if this is a suitable option for me. I am not a fan of antibiotics and not sure if this product is working in that manner. Please explain in English for me what this is doing.
Nicole: I’ve always had poor gut health. I’ve done labs and I am completing the protocols to finally get that taken care of. But, there is a good chance that I passed poor gut health down to my son (who is 15 months old). He has an egg sensitivity (he gets a rash and throws up when he eats eggs). He also has Eczema. He has received all of his vaccines in order to attend day care. He also had numerous rounds of antibiotics for ear infections prior to getting tubes. I gave him a probiotic with each round of antibiotics. And I only feed him organic, grass fed cow’s milk and organic, non-gmo, home cooked whole foods. Until I can run lab tests when he is 4 years old to address specifics, what else can I do for him in the mean time?
Marlyse: What are your thoughts about galactin 3 and the use of modified Citrus pectin?
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