Healthy Living LIVE with Dr. Alan Goldhamer – Q & A

Healthy Living LIVE with Dr. Alan Goldhamer – Q & A

In this scintillating Q & A, TrueNorth health co-founder and The Pleasure Trap co-author Dr. alan Goldhamer answers the following questions: Is it possible to get …


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  1. Vinnette Pope

    Thank you for sharing this wonderful teaching information video. Awesome πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘‹πŸ»πŸ‘‹πŸ»πŸ‘‹πŸ» presentation.β€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈπŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½

  2. Patti Bealer

    I love it when you interview him! He just puts it in a blatant manner that you can't really argue with. Thank you for asking him about the coffee and fatigue. I am also trying to get off caffein, and it's difficult. After two months I thought I'd have tons of energy, but it can still be a struggle. I guess I just need more time to heal. Thank you Dr Goldhammer for your knowledge.

  3. Riley Rubio

    I have hasimoto's and eat TONS of gluten but have NEVER reacted badly to it. I'm also asymptomatic (feel 100% normal with No symptoms of anything and am a serious athlete) and don't even feel like I have hashimoto's… my bloodwork indicates I have it however. I'm whole foods plant based vegan now for well over 10+ year (39 yrs of age). If I'm NOT reacting to gluten does this mean I can continue to consume it??? I also have MS it has been in full remission for 15 years! I take NO big pharma drugs… food is my medicine. Thanks for any advice!

  4. Shelly Horton Palmer

    I appreciate this as I do all you're work however I hear allot about thyroid but its always about hypothyroidism. I been told 13 years ago that the doctor THINKS I have graves but i never went back because radiation for what she thinks I have didn't sound good to me. last year my bloodwork shows my thyroid level is .20uiu at this time I have been plant based only 2 months but now going on nine. I was interested if next time you interview if you can ask about a plant based diet helping things like graves. My thyroid hormone is low, im confused how this causes me to hold onto weight . I know this isn't you're area of expertise so if no I get it. Another thing i suffer from since age 13 and im 41 now is i have a nocturnal eating disorder, i wake up almost every 45 min and can not go back to sleep till i eat something. I eat every hour till about two hrs before work which means i get no good quality of sleep and a ton of calories. I had three sleep studies and all he said is i have a slight apnea and rls. Im so tired of this disorder im exausted constantly. I did check but i didn't find anything. please if you dont mind the next time you interview one of the doctors if you can ask about this. thank you so much😊😊😊😊😘

  5. Jenny Burd

    Really appreciated the information on celiac disease possibly being a precursor to Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. I was diagnosed with celiac at age 5 years. Stayed gluten free until I was in my late teens. Then became rebellious and started eating gluten and wheat. At age 22 years diagnosed with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Been on thyroid meds for 43 years. Got totally gluten, wheat, sugar and caffeine free 10 years ago which helped, however 2 months ago I went completely whole food plant based and feel the best I’ve ever felt in my left. My thyroid meds got reduced 1 month ago . I attribute that to my way of eating. Thank you for sharing such great information. You have enriched my life greatly. πŸ₯’πŸ₯¦πŸ…πŸ₯•πŸ“πŸŽπŸπŸπŸˆπŸ‘πŸ†πŸ 

  6. Pam McKinnis

    @chef AJ
    LIstening to Dr. Goldhamer brought a question to my mind regarding Hashimotos and the immune system. If I take supplements that are intended to boost my immune system is this causing more harm than good if all it is doing is attacking the thyroid more?

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