00:00 - what do you recommend eating when...
00:00 – can you eat pea protein with leaky gut?
00:24 – preferred thyroid medicine if you have Hashimoto’s?
01:08 – are goat dairy products less inflammatory than cow dairy?
01:49 – I went on antibiotics for a UTI, am I in danger of leaky gut?
03:10 – fastest and most potent things to get inflammation down?
04:40 – my 19 year old grandson is suffering terribly from acne. Could it be related to leaky gut?
05:14 – if you are getting a dose of antibiotics pre-surgery, what preemptive protocol should I use?
08:30 – what food sensitivity tests do you recommend?
09:30 – chemical burdens of things other than eating
11:38 – how would you treat a sluggish bowel movement (once a week)?
12:45 – is it safe for a diabetic to supplement with super silica drops?
13:12 – what’s better than activated charcoal for binding phosphorous?
13:45 – does leaky gut cause asthmatic symptoms at night?
14:50 – practical diet suggestions to get calcium without nuts or seeds?
15:44 – is colostrum effective for leaky gut?
16:23 – can this be the cause of NAFL if you are celiac?
18:20 – what kind of rice is safe to eat?
18:40 – what is modified starch?
19:10 – what is maltodextrose?
19:43 – can you test for leaky gut?
20:33 – how do you know when leaky gut is healed?
23:27 – do you approve of using sugar alcohols if you are celiac?
24:04 – does this mean that hormone replacement therapy can cause leaky gut?
24:21 – any suggestions for recovering after cardioversion after afib?
26:23 – can cape aloe contribute to melanosis?
26:50 – does sprouted bread have gluten?
27:18 – what test measures SIBO?
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