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…
Lisa: Hi Dr Cabral! I am starting to travel a lot for my job, and I am wondering if I should be concerned about going through the XRay machines at airport security several times a year? I am also curious if you think the check in using Clear (where they scan your retinas) are safe. I was considering signing up, but I wanted to get your thoughts first. Thanks!
Ashley: Hello Dr. Cabral! I have been listening to your podcast and following your protocols since I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called undifferentiated connective tissue disease in 2018. I am currently doing the CBO protocol after completing a 7 day detox. I feel so much better and down about 7 pounds! I am about a week and a half in to the CBO protocol. My only issue is that I am experiencing constipation, loose stools, and afternoon fatigue. Also having so muscle pain at night that feels like “growing pains”. I was recently diagnosed with periampullary diverticulum of the gallbladder, and was told by my GI specialist that this might be why I have a hard time digesting seeds and nuts and probiotics would help. From personal experience I have struggled to find a decent probiotic that worked for me. I don’t know much about this diagnosis. In February 2022 I did a candida test which was negative. I also did an igG 184 food panel and had lots of sensitivities which indicated leaky gut. In May 2022 I completed a SIBO test which was also negative. I’m just wondering if anyone had any experience with periampullary diverticulum of the gallbladder and if I should continue to follow the sensitive food guide as is when I know I don’t have SIBO or candida overgrowths? Thank you!
Amanda: Hi Dr. Cabral, I've listened to your methylation podcasts & know I have issues bc of genetic testing. The problem is, the SNPs I have showing red aren't the ones you mentioned in your podcast. I read that I should avoid methyl Bs because of having COMT/TXNRD2 A4251G TT risk alleles combined with COMT V158M AA risk alleles & COMT H62H TT risk alleles (all three are red for me) because this means I have trouble breaking down dopamine, epinephrine, norepinephrine and estrogen: "It has been clinically observed that the body may have trouble tolerating methyl donors (folate, B12, methionine, betaine, choline) with a COMT V158M + and a VDR Taq + status.” Also said with lower COMT activity to avoid supplements w/ catechol structure - quercetin, EGC/G, and luteolin (which you said help methylation). My B6 is low (0.96) but B12 looks okay (1.2) and I was advised to take your Activated B complex, but I'm nervous about the methyl Bs after reading above. My brother also has low B6 and vit C and has seizures if he ever misses doses of Keppra. My question is whether you know anything about these other SNPs, if you advise supplementing with B6 only, or if I can somehow get more genetics guidance through your practice?
Carol: Thank you so much for helping me with the main Dr Cabral detox and the heavy metal detox. I feel better. My question is about treating hematochromosis, where some people build up excess iron in the body, especially the liver Normal treatment is frequent blood donation. My question is, is the metal detox going to help this? How about the regular detox? Thanks Carol
Alicja: Hi Dr. Cabral, I hope you are doing well. My question is about Adrenal Sooth suplement. I learned from your podcasts that the best is to take it at night, or at lunch and then again after dinner. My highest stress is always in the morning and first half a day. Is it ok to take Adrenal Sooth with breakfast? Or would that slow me down too much and made me feel a bit sluggish during the busiest time of my days. Big THANK YOU for your amazing work.
Cathy: Hi Dr Cabral, I am so happy to have found you several weeks ago. I work with a wonderful Holistic Chiropractor and she is following you as well, she has me on a parasite cleanse and I did a liver cleanse beforehand in January. My question has to do with a friend who has Fragile X-Associated Tremor Ataxia Syndrome (FXTAS.) Apparently, she is a "carrier" of the gene and has an adult son with autism who has the RNA gene. I looked on your recent podcasts to research but didn't find anything. Thank you in advance for any info you might share and I look forward to working with you and your staff in the future. Cath
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