In this episode Richard Clarke and Dr Mark Daniels host a question and answer session, using the questions that have been sent in by you.
This podcast is very female orientated and there is a lot of information about hormones and the effect that they have on the female body.
The questions sent into this week show include; do you think there is a hormonal reason or imbalance which is causing bloating, tender breasts and PMS? From a lady who has a stressful job but has kept herself fit all her life (2:41), what is the best way to handle a really bad migraine or how can you avoid them altogether? (10:43) why do I get a migraine 4-8 hours after light exercise? (14:12) and also do you think a juicing diet would help with a lady who is starting menopause and has found she is gaining weight? (21:35)
Other things talked about on the show include PMS, bloating, progesterone, tender breasts and estrogen.
Dr Mark shares some valuable knowledge on all of these topics which will hopefully help lower the negative effects that hormonal problems can have on a female’s life.
In an information packed podcast Richard and Dr Mark also discuss thyroid problems, menopause, weight gain, Hormone Replacement Therapy and much more.
If you want to have your questions answered on the show then you can email Richard in as much detail as possible at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Dr Mark via email@example.com ,you can also contact Richard on twitter or Facebook with your question.
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 supplements Dr Mark mentioned people take if they suffer from low progesterone are Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Magnesium and Chasteberry (Google it)
For migraine relief the medication recommended was called Feverfew
If you want to get certain aspects of your health tested like cholesterol levels, food allergies, adrenal levels or any others with Dr Mark Daniels you can go to www.revolutionaryhealth.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org