EP14 – Q & A – Weight Loss, Exercise, Carb Intake, Calcium, Vertigo, Psoriatic Arthritis, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Knee Problems.

Another question and answer session hosted by Richard Clarke and Dr Mark Daniels. Mark and Richard answer the questions you have been sending into the show in as much detail as possible.

The questions answered this week include; how can a lady who is lactose intolerance and suffering from osteoarthritis lose an extra stone? (14:14) what is a safe form of exercise to boost fitness for a lady with vertigo? (18:58) how can a lady who has psoriatic arthritis move forward and improve her condition through exercise and diet? (23:51) and how can a former professional rugby player with knee problems exercise safely before his knee operation? (28:28)

Remember if you have a question that you want answered by Richard and Mark then email the address in the show notes below.

Podcast below:

Show Notes

If you want to have your questions answered on the show then you can email Richard in as much detail as possible at:

info@richard-clarke.co.uk or contact Dr Mark via info@revolutionaryhealth.co.uk ,you can also contact Richard on twitter or Facebook with your question.

If you want to get certain aspects of your health tested like cholesterol levels, adrenal levels or any others with Dr Mark Daniels you can go to www.revolutionaryhealth.co.uk or email info@revolutionaryhealth.co.uk

If you like the show then please remember to leave your review on iTunes or underneath the podcast on www.richard-clarke.co.uk

 

4 thoughts on “EP14 – Q & A – Weight Loss, Exercise, Carb Intake, Calcium, Vertigo, Psoriatic Arthritis, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Knee Problems.”

  1. Good afternoon. I would be extremely grateful if you could or can possibly give me any help whatsoever with regards to vertigo. My son who is 15 is being treated for it, we are awaiting an ENT appointment, only another 20wks to wait!!! also he is to have a head scan. This is all very worrying as his mum. he was diagnosed 2 yrs ago, it comes and goes. Many thanks.
    Your emails are always very interesting, keep up the great work.

  2. Please thank Mark for me. I tried the epley maneuver for positional vertigo after I heard it mentioned on the podcast. It worked for me! I had been suffering for months previous to this.
    I am very grateful.
    Cheers from a listener in Canada,
    Patty

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