June 1, 2011
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In this June 1, 2011 free audio episode: Estrogen dominance, indoor trainer vs. stationary bike, achilles pain, natural anti-inflammatories, dimethylamylamine in supplements, Juice Plus, Mona Vie, and shaky hands.
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Melanie asks: I need advice on how to reduce estrogen dominance. I'm not interested (at least right now) in using a progesterone cream. I'd like to reduce estrogen naturally. Which foods will help reduce and which foods will increase the problem? I avoid soy like the plague and I eat a mostly organic, whole foods diet. I exercise (maybe not enough) and I try to avoid drinking from plastic and avoid parabens in cosmetics. Also, I read that high fat diet should be avoided. Does this apply to healthy fats? I eat lots of fats, but the good ones (love nuts and seeds). Any advice is appreciated since PMS derails my exercise and healthy eating.
Joy asks: I'm doing my 1st Sprint Triathlon in July. I own a stationary bike and was wondering if and or what the big difference is between using an indoor trainer or a stationary bike? Was thinking of buying an indoor trainer but didn't know if I should spend the money when I Do own a SB.
Chris asks: Do you have any advice for general Achilles health? I've had to modify a lot of the hill training simply because after I do the hills my Achilles will ache. I've also noticed (all the sudden) that at distances greater than 13-14 miles I start getting achilles pain.
Suzanne asks: I saw that you were taking Phenocane as a COX2 inhibitor. In your opinion how would you compare this to Saligesic or White Willow stem bark for pain management? And for inflammation comparing Boswellia and Proteolytic enzymes (and of course fish oils -omega 3's)? I know that everyone is different and you have to be willing to be your own test dummy sometimes, but it's helpful to gain insight from others. Also, do you recommend a specific high quality supplement company for Phenocane?
Brian asks: I noticed a lot of pre workout supplements have 1,3 dimethylamylamine is this a safe ? I currently take Jack3d with the following ingredients:
Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate, Creatine Monohydrate, Beta Alanine, Caffeine, 1,3-Dimethylamylamine (Geranium [Stem]), Schizandrol A
Rich asks: What are your thoughts on the supplements: Juice Plus & Mona Vie from a general health point of view? I have been taken these two supplements for awhile and as a new listener I am thinking about maybe switching to or at least adding the Living Fuel Supergreens to my diet.
Jack asks: I'm 17 years old, and for as long as I can remember I've had very shaky hands. Usually not a big deal, but I'm a competitive rock climber and going into the Army, which both require steady hands. I've been to many doctors with little success. Any diet or supplementation advice that might help? I eat pretty healthy, especially for my age, but my diet still isn't perfect. I've been trying Natural Calm Magnesium for a little while, but no success yet.
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