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March 27, 2015

This is the second part of the Frequently Asked Question Livestream that Joe has done.  It is set up in a different format touching on important questions giving everyone information that is useful about each subject.  This blog is long as I chose to mention the talk points.

The questions are as follows:

1) Are Hormones Safe? (male and female)

Objective-lab values versus subjective-sense of well being

2) Are Hormones Safe?

Animal based vs synthetic (or even a plant based product)

What type of hormone replacement-BHRT

Only put back what your body is making “BRIDGING THE GAP”

3) Why do I suddenly have allergies?

What is tripping the switch on allergies

Chlorine is now being documented in increased allergy risk

Chemicals used to purify water are increasing allergen risk in humans

Drink filtered water

Probiotics role in allergy-reset the immune system specifically in the gut

Soap choice (not antibacterial soap), amount of rest you get

buffered c has natural anti histaminic support SINA-STAT

4) Why am I so fatigued or so tired?

Sleep patterns are disrupted

B12 level vit d level free t3 free t4 and tsh level

Adrenal stress index


Female hormone issues

5) Is Krill better than Omega?

Research is scant in this area.

ot based and rooted in fact.

need so much more krill to get same effects as documented in omega-3

6) Cholesterol is it bad for you?

family history personal history

structural component for life in and of itself it is not evil

does the cholesterol oxidize?

key anti oxidants to protect the cholesterol

is cholesterol being made by you or taking it in via diet

inflammation markers ?

50% of those who have heart attacks do not have high cholesterol

7) Is Vitamin D good for you or bad for you?

50-60,70 25(OH) D levels

plays a key role in modulating immune system

impact on depression bone health circulatory system prostata and much muich more

Here is the link to the entire Livestream:

“Most Frequently Asked Questions” – Pt.2
Saturday, March 21st 2015

As always,

Be well,

Diane Silverman R.Ph.
Ask The Pharmacist Group, LLC