Holistic Dentistry, Top 5 Books to Read, Homocysteine from Red Meat, and MTHFR - AMA #89

Holistic Dentistry, Top 5 Books to Read, Homocysteine from Red Meat, and MTHFR

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Live Ask Me Anything #89 - Topics Covered:

Holistic Dentistry, Top 5 Books to Read, Homocysteine from Red Meat, and MTHFR

Topics Covered:

3:10- Q: After listening to your oral wellness podcast I ‘ve changed my products and it’s made a world of difference. However, it’s been hard to find a like-minded dentist. Help?

10:27- Q: What 5 books have impacted you the most? What should we be reading?! (I LOVE this question)

32:10- Q: Do you ever read, or find value in fiction books?

37:10- Q: My homocysteine levels are quite high, and am testing for MTHFR. I haven’t seen a functional MD yet, but the NP suggested possibly cutting out meat because of the methionine… thoughts?

45:44- Let’s dig into this whole MTHFR thing and how your traditional healthcare workers (and YOU) deal with it.

52:40- Q: New paleo powder?!

54:14- Q: Why does taking my organ complex capsules first thing in the morning make everything go right through me?

1:01:33-Q: If my heart rate goes up after a meal, does that indicate a sensitivity? (There’s a lot of moving parts to this)

1:07:55- Wrap Up!

Links and Resources:

Join The Clovis Academy for Free!

I Am Clovis

The Perfect Paleo Powder

Orawellness Holistic Dental Products

Find a Holistic Dentist Near Your

Will Revak - The Truth About Dental Health, Toxic Products, and the Importance of Oral Wellness

The 4 Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss

The Mastery Of Love by Don Miguel Ruiz

Why We Get Fat and What To Do About It by Gary Taubes

Awareness by Anthony De Mello

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

Exhalation by Ted Chiang

The Martian by Andy Weir

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

Study: Increased Lean Red Meat Intake Does Not Elevate Markers of Oxidative Stress and Inflammation in Humans

Study: Effect of protein and methionine intakes on plasma homocysteine concentrations: a 6-mo randomized controlled trial in overweight subjects.

Study: A high-protein diet increases postprandial but not fasting plasma total homocysteine concentrations: a dietary controlled, crossover trial in healthy volunteers.

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