#AskDrBob: Parkinson’s, Thyroid Nodules, Excessive Sun Exposure

#AskDrBob: Parkinson’s, Thyroid Nodules, Excessive Sun Exposure


– Hello, everybody. This is Dr. Bob DeMaria, with another episode of #AskDrBob. I’m in Naples, Florida and Westlake, Ohio. And I know that we see people from all over the United States, they just love to come to Florida. And I’m there every month,
and then next year in January, I’ll be there every two weeks. So, come and see me. Q: Dr. Bob, my son has Parkinson’s. It’s always been a
fight, he goes to the gym and runs every day. He eats lightly, seems to be full, and he’s gaining weight. A: So, I have to say first, congratulations because I don’t
really have too many people that have Parkinson’s
that are that active. In our practice, we use a product called Phosphatidylcholine, that helps enhance acetylcholine, which is a
neurotransmitter in the brain. The Phosphatidylcholine is awesome for the seasonal affect disorder, anybody that has any type
of neurologic challenge, Phosphatidylcholine, it
helps emulsify in fat, and it’ll just make the fat metabolism in your son a lot better. I may consider that you suggest doing an Omega Test to check out the different levels of fat that he has. Very good question. Q: Dr. Bob, what helps you
get rid of thyroid nodules besides a clean diet? A: And I wanted to chuckle
with that question, because a clean diet is everything, but I want you to know something, for all of you watching me, is that bromine, fluorine, and chlorine antagonize iodine. That means if you took a
shower the last 24 hours to 48 hours, if you used toothpaste with fluoride in it, if you
have fluoride treatments, if you drink municipal water that does not have the chlorine taken out, if you take a shower, a bath, are in a hot tub or swimming pool, you’re going to have an iodine deficiency. And when you have an iodine deficiency, that’s going to create distress to your thyroid gland. I believe the modern day scurvy is an iodine deficiency, either
through poor diet choices, or what I just said to you. I talk about this in great detail in “Dr. Bob’s Guide to Prevent Surgery”. We have a chapter in the appendix section that I encourage you to look at. And for all you ladies out there, we do breast thermography
at our Westlake, Ohio and our Naples, Florida office. I want you to know that we have been doing it
for over five years now, and we help manage breast and ovarian cysts with clear Liquid Iodine. That was a tremendous question. Q: Last question, Dr. Bob, what do you do when someone
is in the sun a lot? And I’m glad you brought that up. I have someone that’s in my life that works at a golf course. And this individual has a tumor that was on the top of
his head the second time, and they recently not
only removed the tumor, but a good portion of his scalp. So, for all of you people
who work at golf courses, or who golf a lot, this is very serious, you need to work on detoxifying your body. But if you are in the sun a lot, which we just had some individuals that were down in the Gulf of Mexico and they came back with
big blisters on their face. This is what I encourage you to do, you want to take a calcium lactate or calcium citrate, and either a flax oil or marine oil. So, let’s say you’re in the sun, and when you wake up for breakfast, you take one or two flax or marine oils, the same at lunch, the same at dinner, and you’re supplementing
constantly, calcium. You see, what happens is, is that the sunshine converts
the cholesterol in your skin to vitamin D, and the
vitamin D is going to take the calcium that’s in your intestine, and puts it in the blood. But you need to have that
vitamin F or that oil to put it in your skin, and sunshine just burns up calcium. And these ladies were in really bad shape, and you have a greater
chance to get a virus when you don’t have enough calcium. So, we have individuals
that will quote, unquote catch a cold when they’re in the sun. They didn’t catch a cold,
what happened to them, is their calcium was depleted, and the viruses got in their body. Tremendous questions. I’m Dr. Bob DeMaria.

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