EP34 – Q & A – Sweating After Pregnancy, Oestrogen, High Cholesterol, Sugar Levels, Baker’s Cyst, Is Fruit Bad For You, Fructose, Glycemic Index.

Richard Clarke and Dr Mark Daniels host a Q & A podcast. Mark and Richard answer the questions you have been sending into the show in as much detail as possible.

Some great questions on this week’s show such as one from a lady who had a baby 7 weeks ago and can’t stop sweating (1:55), another from someone who has found out that they have high cholesterol and sugar levels after a medical with work and wants to know if he should see a doctor (4:53) and one from a man who has developed a lump behind one of his knees and wants to know what it is (9:15).

The last question answered on the show is from a lady who wants to know whether fruit can actually be bad for you (14:55).

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 would like to read the full article on fruit or get yourself a copy of any of the diet sheets mentioned in the podcast you can either email Richard at info@richard-clarke.co.uk or you can get it off the blog www.richard-clarke.co.uk when you sign up. You can also find online nutrition courses on the blog.

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

The advice given on the fruit question was is you are overweight to not eat more than two pieces of fruit a day.

High carbs fruits – Grapes, pineapple, watermelon, cantaloupe (honeydew melons are not so bad), banana and mango.

Low Carbs Fruits – Blueberries, raspberries, cherries, apples, plums and grapefruit.

 

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