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!
Paul: Hi Dr. Cabral, Love your show and your ability to stay measured in polarizing times. I know you are evidence based and I’m wondering if you’ve looked deeper into the blue zones you reference. The book (now Netflix series) is largely anecdotal and cherry picked data and certainly cannot be referenced as scientific fact. The takeaway from the blue zones is lifestyle. Movement, culture, limiting processed foods, etc and that is what needs to be focused on. Interested in your thoughts and thank you!
Elizabeth: Hi, Dr. Cabral! Thank you so much for taking my question! Over the past two to three months, one LARGE pore on my cheek appeared out of nowhere (that seems to not be blocked), one more that has recently appeared under my eye but isn’t quite as drastic as the one on my cheek, and now one on my chin. I find it odd that these insanely large pores suddenly appeared with no other larger pores about them. Please help! Over the past month, I recently started using Trentinoin and I’m hoping that it’ll help, but it hasn’t seemed to make a difference so far. Again, these pores don’t seem to be blocked. What might you suggest? I would appreciate any thoughts you may have. Just FYI, I searched your podcasts because I wanted a quicker answer 🙂 but to no avail. 🙂
Lara: Hi, dr. C! Hope you and your family are well.. I’m wondering about baking.. what are ok ingredients of baking powder? Is it ok to use just baking soda instead (sodium bicarbonate)? All cream of tartar baking powders I found have cornstarch in them.. And also, are silicone moulds ok to use? Or what are best for baking cakes, muffins, etc.. even nonstick if you line it with parchment paper? Thank you for your recommendations, enjoy your week
Cynthia: Hi Doctor Cabral, I’ve noticed a surge in health influencers advocating for the anti-aging benefits of protein and weightlifting, recommending a minimum of 1.2 to 1.6 grams of animal-based protein per kilogram of body weight. They also encourage resistance training over extensive cardio. However, I’m intrigued by the growing number of anti-aging scientists turning to veganism and reducing their protein intake. This conflicting information has left me puzzled, and I’d appreciate your insights on this matter. Thank you for all your wonderful work. I deeply value your expertise and guidance, and I’m grateful to have you as a trusted resource.
Crystal: Why does the body react to weather, such as changes in weather, rain, snow, humidity/barometric changes day to night?
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