Dave McKinnon

  • @78JSWIFTY says:

    Thank you

  • @gerallynhumphrey8179 says:

    i suffer from Hashimoto’s and finding a doctor you understands was difficult. Eating clean has really helped!! Thank you for all your informative videos!

    • @LauraB0421 says:

      I’d like to know more about your diet and how you eat. I’ve never completely understood the term “eating clean”. What does that actually mean?

    • @ilovenoodles7483 says:

      ​@@LauraB0421eating clean= eating fresh food particularly produce, with very little to no pesticides, mostly organic foods and little to no processed foods on everything else, go raw on produce or mostly raw

  • @sofisanders5500 says:

    What foods are recommended for perimenopausal women?

  • @obangmariano6702 says:

    ❤thanks a lot for another effective video tips to us😇❤😇God bless You more for your kindness😇

  • @jackiea2457 says:

    Praises! Everything you mentioned are apart of my regular food. Just have to cut out the junk food and all will be well.

    Who am I kidding? I’ll just have to cut down because as long as it’s there, at some point I’ll eat it.

    But as usual. Thanks Dr Mandel for all your useful advice towards better health. Blessings always.❤

  • @adlihkristopher2906 says:

    Thank you Dr Mandell for always telling us what’s good our bodies ❤❤❤❤

  • @Amelie-eh3jc says:

    Love your creativity, it’s inspiring!

  • @normamorales1568 says:

    Thank you love that you taking care us so much very interesting for ladies what need to do lots blessing.

  • @milamila8042 says:

    Thank you so much ❤

  • @jenniferm3572 says:

    Saw an OB today that told me what you eat has nothing to do with endometriosis. Dont need a degree to know this is 100% not true. No point in arguing it but instead have to eat what we know is best and stay away from the bad stuff.

    • @gerallynhumphrey8179 says:

      You are so correct! my personal will not look at my supplements which are organic, olive oil etc is also cold pressed, I eat clean after doing additional research AND following Dr Mandell. For a year and a half my MD told me I was fine b/c of the T3 & T4 hormones (thyroid) but i know my body and i was lifeless until Dr M’s channel and i started researching. What has helped me is the clean eating and eating & supplements to detox the cells so they get absorb the nutrients. Dr Pompa you see advertising is right! Once I broke life long eating habits and watch this channel etc…I am doing better.

    • @LauraB0421 says:

      ​@@gerallynhumphrey8179 I really need help with this. Getting started seems so overwhelming to me. I have emotional eating issues as well as financial challenges. And I’m just not that organized. I’m pretty sure I have undiagnosed ADD, but I don’t want to get on their toxic drugs anyway. I’m sure better eating and supplements would greatly help ALL of my issues, and there are many including thyroid I believe, but ironically the issues themselves actually help make it difficult to even start. Such a toxic cycle. A real Catch 22. I just need help…

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  • @offendedcitizen4075 says:

    Thanks Doc –this was much needed and timely information!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • @barbarabrown7276 says:

    YES🥰!!!!!!! Thank you Dr Mandell🤎🤎🤎

  • @user-wp8eo7js3b says:

    بارك الله فيك دكتورنا الغالي 🌹🤍

  • @sunitasukhai3405 says:

    Thank you Doc … appreciate your valuable info 🙏

  • @LizetteBetancourt333 says:

    You’re so inspiring! Since watching you, I’ve really made it a point to eat better. I always loved veggies n greens, but take supplements because my day is so fast.. but now I stop off at store buy fresh e eat better. Also stomach exercises, holding for five, I do it all day even as I’m walking, e stretching hips in bed. Helps so much. TY Doc! You’re a gem!x

  • @pamelabrown8467 says:

    Thanks for sharing 😇🙏🏼

  • @emmagoz5950 says:

    Amén thank you

  • @roia25 says:

    Female reproductive health is crucial, and several foods can help support it. Leafy greens such as spinach, kale, and Swiss chard are highly recommended as they are rich in essential nutrients like folate, iron, and calcium. Berries such as blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, and raspberries are also great as they are high in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that support overall reproductive health while reducing inflammation.

    Whole grains like quinoa, brown rice, and oats are also beneficial as they provide fiber, B vitamins, and other essential nutrients that help regulate hormone levels. Additionally, fatty fishes like mackerel, salmon, and sardines are rich in Omega-3s and have high anti-inflammatory properties that reduce the risk of endometriosis.

    Furthermore, legumes like lentils, chickpeas, and black beans are essential sources of plant-based protein, fiber, and other important nutrients that help reduce inflammation. Therefore, it is vital to incorporate these foods into your diet to support your overall reproductive health.

  • @gurjeetkaur9963 says:

    Thank you Doc for looking after us😊

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