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This week, on A Different Perspective, Doc answers questions sent in by viewers. From Botox to Hashimoto’s and if there’s a “most important” estrogen, Doc covers it all. 

  • What do you think about Botox? (00:12:14) 
  • What is the number one thing that you think is making people sick? (00:15:48) 
  • What are your thoughts on testosterone pellets for women? (00:18:05) 
  • I am a post-menopausal woman (56 years old). I hear you speak a lot about exercise, sleep, and sex drive for a cyclic woman. What about post-menopausal women? (00:21:51) 
  • Is there a “most important” of all the estrogens? If so, what would that be? (00:28:39) 
  • Do you have any recommendations to help an 88 y/o man with the very beginnings of Parkinson’s? He takes Macuna Seed, California Poppy, and Cod liver oil. What else can we do to keep his disease at bay? (00:30:58) 
  • Is it a good idea to drink apple cider vinegar every day? (00:32:38) 
  • You talk a lot about getting enough potassium. Do you think anyone can eat enough in a day? (00:34:12) 
  • Have low T3, T4, free T3, but normal TSH. Also have low sex drive and white blood cell count, but most other blood work is normal. Could these be connected? (00:35:59) 
  • Are supplements required to heal hormones? (00:38:19) 
  • I suffer from Hashimoto’s, and it started immediately after I got the COVID shot. My doctor says there’s no relationship to it. What’s your opinion? (00:43:14) 
  • Are life-wave patches legit? The company claims that wearing the various patches increased glutathione, melatonin, and stimulates stem cells. Am I wasting my money? (00:45:09) 
  • Can you tell me about kidney stones? What causes them, and how to prevent them? (00:46:04) 
  • What would you suggest instead of yearly mammograms? (00:49:23) 
  • What are some simple things I can do to get rid of toxins in my environment? (00:51:35) 
  • I have watched so many of your videos. Why do you make so much sense? (00:55:47) 
  • I had a mastectomy 12 years ago. Afterwards, I had a full hysterectomy to ward off ovarian cancer. Since then, I have had a difficult time with my weight. I eat very healthy, diet with healthy fats—avocados—everyday. Great protein, great vegetables. Since my hormones were eradicated after the hysterectomy, and I cannot take any hormone treatment after cancer, is there a correlation with my depleted hormones and my weight gain, now? I am very upset at my rising weight, as I am a print model and this has affected my work, and obviously my health most of all. Any suggestions? (01:03:51) 

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