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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:
Kerri: Hi Dr Cabral, love your podcast! I am curious. I have psoriasis and I am wondering if I should do a food allergy test. How accurate are the tests and what test would you recommend if not the food allergy? Thank you soo much!
Bryana: Hi Dr. Cabral. I was wondering if there was any science/reason behind moles and why people get some or get many. I feel like as I’ve gotten older I’ve gotten more and more and wish there was a way to get rid of them. Besides sun exposure is there a cause or deficiency of some sort? And are there any ways to get rid of them? Thanks so much for all you do.
Audrey: Hi Dr. Cabral! 2 questions here: 1. I listened to your podcast on branch chain amino acids found in food. I wanted your opinion on supplementing with it. I know EquiLife does not carry them so was just curious why. 2. I’ve been hearing lots of conflicting evidence that taking collagen does not work. Can you explain how collagen actually benefits the body? Thanks so much!
Alicja: Hi Dr.Cabral, I have a question related to my teeth. I pulled out teeth that had root canals done and now I have zirconia implants instead. For the first implant my dentist used cement to attached the crown and I stopped sleeping for a month after that. For the second implant – to avoid cement, he used a screw and plumbers tape. My sleep stayed good, but I started getting daily headaches. I googled plumbers tape and it turns out it’s “teflon tape” made from PTFE! (my mind was blown!) My headaches went away after 2 weeks, but I can’t make peace with the teflon tape. Do you think it’s safe to have it as long as there is no high heat? I like using infrared sauna a few times per week (heats up to 145F) At what temp. does PTFE releases harmful chemicals? Should I replace the tape with cement?
Alicja: Hi again, my second question is about garlic. Raw garlic is one of the remedies I use when I get sick. Despite lower appetite and eating very little during sickness, I usually get more bloating and lot’s of white coating on my tongue. Garlic is called “natural antibiotic” because it can kill bacteria and other pathogens, but it also is reach in prebiotic, right? So it means it can feed bacteria. Which one is it then? Does garlic feed bacteria, or kills them? Thank you for all your amazing work! I listen to your podcast daily and learn so much from you.
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