Q and A
Question: What's your stance on bottled water? Some people tell me I shouldn't drink it because the plastic bottles are poisonous. Others tell me I should steer clear of tap water because of fluoride and chlorine. What should I do?
Question: I read that many medical experts now believe that elevated levels of homocysteine--not high cholesterol--are the main cause of cardiovascular disease in Western society. Some say it's good to eat beets because they contain betaine, an important source of a molecule that accelerates the detoxification of homocysteine and transforms it into cysteine, a safe amino acid. Do you have any more information about this?
Question: I’m contacting you to thank you for publishing your newsletters. A friend of mine forwarded one of your newsletters to me when she learned I was having difficulty managing my rosacea.
Question: I was recently diagnosed with Parkinson's, and so I'm gathering all the information I can find about natural treatments. Can you help?
Question: I recently switched deodorant brands to cut down my exposure to aluminum, but I know that's just the tip of the iceberg. What other steps should I take to reduce my exposure?
Question: My sister says candles are hazardous to your health. Is this true?
Question: I don't like talking about it, but I've recently been having trouble urinating. Is there anything I can do?
Question: Is it true that once you've had kidney stones, you're more likely to get them again? There's no way I want to go through that again! Is there any way to keep them from coming back?
Question: My teeth are so sensitive, I can barely eat. But my dentist says there aren't any problems with my gums or roots, and I don't have any cavities. What could be causing this?
Question: Is there a way to stop angina attacks, or at least make them less severe?