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!
Madyson: Hi! very very simple question. What are your thoughts on the usage of an air fryer?
Julie: Dr. Cabral, Would you please give me your opinion on the shingles vacc? I’m 55 and have been encouraged to get it but am a bit hesitant. Any advice you can give would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much! Julie
Kate: Hi, Love the podcast! I have a question about skin moles. I would like to understand what is the underlying root of why some people develop more moles as they get older or from the sun and why others do not. For example, my husband and I are both similar ages, spend about the same amount of time in the sun (mostly without sunscreen unless mid-day for extended periods), and have the same diet (very little to no seed oils or refined sugar). Yet, I have developed many moles and he very little. Why does my body produce this situation when others do not? Thanks for the information!
Tamara: I’m a 35 year old female who had radioactive iodine treatment for Graves Disease at 17, became hypothyroid, & have taken Synthroid since. In 2017, I began taking T3 medication in addition to Synthroid. My labs looked good until a year ago, when I begun to show a suppressed TSH (0.01-0.04 mU/L), a low/normal T4 (12 pmol/L) & borderline low T3 (2.5 pmol/L). After coming off of T3 medication, my TSH rose to 0.4 mU/L, but my T4 and T3 have not changed. What could cause all three values to stay low? If I can get my T3 and T4 into the optimal range, does my TSH matter? I ran the stress, mood & metabolism lab in Sept and my T3, T4 & TSH were within range at the time. I did, however, have high cortisol throughout the day. I’ve since done the FM detox, heavy metal detox & mold protocol. Thank you!!
Melanie: What is the cause of low/normal Free T3 but high Reverse T3 on a woman that has Hashimotos and is on thyroid medication? TSH is under 2 so it’s normal.
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