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Hormones, Thyroid and Prostate Oh My!


Janet Lewis: Hello, and welcome to this week’s fun and educational show. I am Janet Lewis.


Dr. Lewis: And just because I said something about exciting, she won’t say that anymore, so men, there is a time to keep your mouth shut, and that’s usually most of the time.


Janet Lewis: Oh, we have had such a response from you guys. We are Green Wisdom Heath, by the way. Home of the low cost lab work, in case you’re wondering who we are, coming to you, talking to you. We are here to educate you about your health, and many of you have many questions about your health, and that’s where I was going with this.


  We want to thank everyone for asking all these questions about their health, because it’s prompted Dr. Lewis to read more, which he already does anyway.


Dr. Lewis: I’ve got bags under my eyes. I think that’s a hormonal issue. I hope my prostate’s not as swollen as my eyes.


Janet Lewis: We literally … You should see his desk. There must be 10 books open, that’s sitting around, with tons of Postie notes in every one of them. I can’t keep him in Postie notes, because he marks every page like we do in the Bible, where we’re highlighting everything. He does that with his health books.


  This week’s show is going to be fun and entertaining, because we are going to talk about hormones. Men and women’s, because we’ve actually had men asking about theirs, as well. It’s not just for you ladies. We’re going to talk about the thyroid connection to these hormones, and we’re going to discuss swollen prostates, because I know that all fits together.


  Anyway, Dr. Lewis, do you want to start us off with what you’d like people to know, and then we will make sure we get to everyone’s question that they’ve asked, and try to come up with a very educated answer for you.


Dr. Lewis: Well, you know, I’m just going to give an overview of the questions. We’ll get more into them. Alice said, “How about how hormones and thyroid are related?” Then there’s one I just really, really wanted to get to. Sherry says, “Thyroid, menopause and weight loss.” That’s when a man should shut up and not say anything. Tricia, oh god bless you. You’re the funniest thing on the face of the earth. “Why do some people stink when they sweat and others don’t?” Thanks, Tricia.


Janet Lewis: I don’t know where that fits into our hormone thing, but we’ll [crosstalk 00:02:21].


Dr. Lewis: No, I’ve got an answer to that. On the Shoot’n Straight with Dr. Lewis, we’re trying to invite all of you to join.


Janet Lewis: On Facebook, if you don’t know what he’s talking about. He does have a closed Facebook group, called Shoot’n Straight with Dr. Lewis, so if you’d like to get in on these questions, and ask them also-


Dr. Lewis: Aks them?


Janet Lewis: I know, I already …


Dr. Lewis: Lizzie Borden. Okay. Aks them.


Janet Lewis: You can ask questions on there, and we will address them in the following week’s podcast.


Dr. Lewis: Yeah, and like I said earlier, on previous podcasts, I don’t normally talk this fast, but I have to try and get this in. So when Tricia asked that, about stinking, I said, “You’ve gone from preaching to getting personal, there, Tricia.”


  Here’s one from Jonathon, he’s hilarious. He said, “I know you said, ‘For the ladies’ on this one, but here’s a title for the prostate podcast: Enlarged prostate, gotta go, can’t wait.” Thanks, Jonathon, that’s cute.


Janet Lewis: It might work for women too, some of those, not just a man’s prostate that has that issue sometimes.


Dr. Lewis: And Kelly wants to know about PCOS, which I’m going to get briefly into, because that could be a long, long show.


Janet Lewis: So kind of tell us what’s going on with the hormone situation. Why are we having so many hormonal issues? I know, back in the day, you did not see all of these places around town that were offering pellets and creams and things. That just wasn’t an issue, and now it’s all over the place. What exactly is causing it? What can we do about it? Is there a healthy alternative? Where do we go?


Dr. Lewis: Well, it’s the plastics and phthalates that I talk about that mimic estrogen. You have to … and I hear this every day … “But I eat good.” No you don’t. You might eat better than the rest of the population, but you cannot eat good, because even organic’s not as nutrient-dense enough to have enough nutrition for your body to detoxify. Yeah, try to eat better, but …


Janet Lewis: Basically, is having a thyroid issue an indicator … or how do you know you have a thyroid issue, I guess. A, when the doctor tells you don’t, then you know something’s not right. How is that related to the rest of the hormones? Is there a tie between those two?


Dr. Lewis: I’ve said this about the liver, but it’s probably a little bit more true about the thyroid. If mamma ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy, and the thyroid is getting bombarded with bromine, fluorine, and chlorine, which takes the place of iodine. I think it’s controversial if you have Hashimoto’s. Estrogen dominance, though, makes you go into a progesterone deficiency, and we see that about 99 times out of 100. I try to get most women to, at least once, test their hormones, even if they don’t have any kind of signs and symptoms of a hormonal imbalance.


  Men, we have just added a new panel for an expanded lab panel. And it’s Dr. Lewis’s Low T panel, or I think that’s what we’re going to name it, that’s going to even test your estrogen … or estradiol and progesterone, which is really, really important.


  But the symptoms of a low thyroid, which is the majority of the thyroid problems, and I won’t go through all of them, because it’s way too long, can be migraine, muscle pain, your husband doesn’t look good to you anymore, and reduced ability to sweat, Tricia. So if you’re sweating, you’re thyroid’s probably doing better. Hair loss, or thinning on the head, and that can male or female. We’re getting some pretty good results now with people that are sticking with it, and getting more, better, thicker hair. Constipation, depression, disturbed sleep patterns. It has a lot to do with the difficulty or inability to lose weight. Infertility and heavy menstrual flow. That’s where I was trying to go, because it does mess with other hormones, and I’m trying not to go down the rabbit trail for Dr. Amanda. She’s cute. She comes over here and picks on me. I’ve gone down the rabbit trail, Janet. Get me up. I’ve got too much to talk about.


Janet Lewis: Okay. Well, I think we need to explain to the audience, and people that are new listening, when you talk about the thyroid, are you talking about a TSH, is that what you’re referring to, as far as … Is that on a lab? Is that something they’re seeing? Can you explain a little bit about what is different about the way you look at a thyroid, versus the way the doctors look at it. And for the people out there that have lost hope, and they are looking … and they know they don’t feel good, and they’re overweight, and their hair is falling out, and they’ve got thin eyebrows.


Dr. Lewis: And not a thin waist.


Janet Lewis: Yes.


Dr. Lewis: Oh, I’m sorry. Was that wrong, guys?


Janet Lewis: And irregular menstrual cycles, and that kind of thing. What are we looking for on lab? What are you running on lab, and what are looking for?


Dr. Lewis: You don’t want to just rely on TSH, because that is just the signal from the pituitary and the brain. Normally, most of the time, if your thyroid’s working good, the TSH will go on the low end of the range, which usually is a .4 to a 4.5. You want it to be about a 1.5 or below, and that does vary, depending on the patient. Dependent on whether you’re on thyroid meds. The main thing is free T3, although we like to look for T4. It needs to be in the middle to high range, and then we can help T4 convert to T3. But you kind of want to look at al of it as a big picture. I like T3 Uptake, because usually the higher it is, the better, and usually the lower it is, the more estrogen dominant … or you’re on birth control pills that’s causing some of that. Hormone replacement therapy.


  I’m not against anything the medical profession does, because I think they do a really good job in a lot of areas, but why are we not helping … That’s another thing, it just agitates me. People say, “But I research on Google.” And I roll my eyes and say, “Oh, okay. This one’s not going to get well.” I just talked to a sweet lady that’s my age, and she says, “Yeah, my daughter thinks she’s in control, and she’s driving me and my husband nuts. And he doesn’t go want to go and get his cancer treatment just because she’s pushing him.” Well, Google can get you so full of information, but not understanding, so please be careful. I suggest you go to somebody that you can trust for some of these answers, and let them have the final say. But you have to have that gut feeling of trust.


  Just to talk about women’s hormones, in general. And I know I’ve read entire books about how estrogen will make you young, rich, and good looking, and make you feel better, and I understand that. If you and your doctor decides to do that, that’s great. But you’ve got to understand that estrogen supplementation increases your risk for breast cancer, heart disease, and other health problems.


Janet Lewis: And what is the first thing they give women that are going through menopause, is estrogen, because it makes them feel great.


Dr. Lewis: For a little while.


Janet Lewis: And it does. And we see it on lab, because they’ll come in here and it’s like, well their estrogen’s nothing, and then they’ll go get a hormone replacement therapy, and they come in and they go, “Oh my gosh! I feel so good. It’s like I’m back again.” I’m like, “Okay.” About three months into it, they come back again and say, “You know, I don’t know if I’m going to take that next round. I’ve had two rounds of the pellets now, and I’m beginning to think that they’re not working as well as they did the first time.”


Dr. Lewis: We see women with more testosterone than I have.


Janet Lewis: Yes, and so we run their lab again, and they’re at an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. They’ve begun to gain weight, which is a big no-no for women. That is what we do not want.




Janet Lewis: We can feel horrible and be thin, but we do not want to be happy and fat.


Dr. Lewis: Yeah, men should never say anything about that. You’ll get your head chewed off.


Janet Lewis: That’s right.


Dr. Lewis: Ouch.


Janet Lewis: And it just … And they’ve still got the problem, so it’s not that … You’re not making those hormones anymore, so the best thing that we give people for that, is to try to get them to … We try to bring out what they have left, and we supplement with natural compounds. We always stay away from estrogen. The only time we ever use an estrogen product, we have something called an E3 cream, that’s the lowest dose possible.


Dr. Lewis: That’s for you that have dry, painful intercourse.


Janet Lewis: That’s right.


Dr. Lewis: Let’s cut to the chase.


Janet Lewis: Yeah, and it’s not for intercourse, it’s just to help start making that not so dry. But as you do more of our supplements, you actually don’t need that anymore, so that’s a short-term, temporary symptomatic fix. The things that we use for it, is things like DIM. The EstroDIM is a huge one, because it goes in and gobbles up all those bad estrogens, and it helps balance out the hormones.


  We have one for the menopausal symptoms now, that we’re really thrilled about. It’s called Femquil, F-E-M-Q-U-I-L.


Dr. Lewis: We just got that, and it’s already a big hit.


Janet Lewis: Yes. Women keep telling us, “Well, we have hot flashes.”, but it actually supports and balances the female hormone cycle. It eases symptoms associated with PMS and menopause, and it helps promote estrogen detoxification. That is an important one, because that’s the problem. It also provides antioxidant activity and cellular support. That’s something you can take without lab. You don’t have to have lab to do that. It’s just if you’re suffering from PMS or any kind of female issues.


Dr. Lewis: Men, wrap it in a red ribbon, put it in the middle of a bunch of chocolates.


Janet Lewis: Are you saying it helps with sex drive? I guess that would come back if you had that balance. I’m sorry, I’m a little slow. I should get to the chase. Cut through the chase.


Dr. Lewis: For the women, that may be from the thyroid, itself. Generally, it’s a progesterone deficiency, which is made, for the most part, in the ovaries, and somewhat in the adrenal glands. But if you have these dysfunctions like PMS and depression, decreased libido … Sorry, Janet, I had to put that in there … fibrocystic breast, food cravings, uterine fibroids, irregular and excessive bleeding, endometriosis.


  There was a question about PCOS, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. That’s usually a sugar handling problem, but there’s plenty, plenty, plenty of research that says that’s because you’re also full of the plastics and pesticides and phthalates that cause you to be less likely to handle sugar correctly. We tell you, get off sugar and simple carbs anyway.


Janet Lewis: Pre-diabetic symptoms-


Dr. Lewis: Yep.


Janet Lewis: … is usually what that is. But usually when they have that, they also will have painful menstrual cycles. We actually have one for those girls out there too. I know we’re talking about menopause a lot, but there are a lot of young ladies out there listening, that have painful menstrual cycles, and it’s called Gabanol. It’s G-A-B-A-N-O-L. Because it helps promote muscle relaxation-


Dr. Lewis: Say that three times fast.


Janet Lewis: … and it eases … It helps alleviate exercise-related muscle pain.


Dr. Lewis: And guys, it  will make you look better, so put that in the package, surrounded with chocolates.


Janet Lewis: Okay. Everything’s going with chocolate today, so …


Dr. Lewis: I’m sorry.


Janet Lewis: His is the woman in our relationship. He loves the chocolate, and I don’t, so it’s kind of funny.


Dr. Lewis: Yeah, she’s a strange woman. That’s what makes her special.


Janet Lewis: So anyway, make sure the thyroid’s balanced, because if it’s not, you’re going to have problems with all of those things that Dr. Lewis talked about. One of the first signs of having a thyroid imbalance is that you don’t go to the bathroom right. You don’t digest your food correctly, and that’s one of the very first things that we hear when someone gets their thyroid work, and they’re like, “Oh my goodness. I’m going to the bathroom more often than I ever have before.”, and it’s because-


Dr. Lewis: Feels good, don’t it?


Janet Lewis: Yes. Because the thyroid has sped up your metabolism and digestion.


Dr. Lewis: Some of the brain fog went away, because you’re not swimming in your own excrement, and it’s flushed out, so think more clearly.


Janet Lewis: Yep, so Alice B., we hope you’re enjoying this segment on the hormones and thyroid, and how it’s connected.


Dr. Lewis: And you got to think about your hypothalamus and your adrenal glands, as well as your pituitary and thyroid. And we do have supplements for that too.


Janet Lewis: And then the other question was from Sherry R. She wanted to know more about it was so hard to lose weight when they’re post-menopausal.


Dr. Lewis: Because you’ve low testosterone, to start with. You’ve got bad digestion, bad gut, not enough probiotics, and low vitamin D. You’ve got parasites, which is almost always yeast. I tell people, “The parasites are not your teenagers.” I know it seems that way, but sometimes it’s something different.


Janet Lewis: Basically, they’re craving more bad stuff because of yeast, virus, that type stuff that’s in the body, that takes over and craves it, and wants more of it. Is that correct?


Dr. Lewis: Yeah.


Janet Lewis: One way to tell if you have some of that, we’re coming up here on the full moon. When you have the full moon come around, it seems that you crave more of that kind of stuff if you need to kill off parasitic.


Dr. Lewis: Yeah. Agitation gets a little bit more acute. It’s like, if you feel agitated and squirmy and wormy … Oh, we’ve done that show. Never mind.


Janet Lewis: And if you’re … and I’m not picking on it because it’s Texas, but here in Texas, we have a lot of Mexican food.


Dr. Lewis: Yeah, I love it.


Janet Lewis: Yes, and if it seems to be you’re wanting a bunch of that during the time of the full moon, it could be that you have a lot of yeast.


Dr. Lewis: Feeding the parasitoes. I can’t speak Spanish, but I know cervaza. Does that count?


Janet Lewis: Which also feeds yeast.


Dr. Lewis: [foreign language 00:17:08] I got lost in Mexico.  I told them, “I know chicken and beer. We’re good.”


Janet Lewis: The things that Dr. Lewis was talking about, the probiotics actually kill the yeast back down. There’s something called Para-Shield that we use. There’s one called Candicid Forte, because you can take less pills of it, but those are good at detoxifying, they’re good at helping you not crave bad things. They’re good a weight loss, because you’re not eating the bad things.


  Yeah, weight loss is hard for being post-menopausal. A lot of it’s because you are estrogen dominant. I will tell you-


Dr. Lewis: High estrogen … I’ve got to throw this in. High estrogen can mess up your thyroid, so is thyroid messing up your estrogen, or is it the other way? It can go both ways. Sorry, Janet.


Janet Lewis: Well again, that goes back to the product I think every woman should be taking. Even a young woman should be taking, and it’s EstroDIM, because it’s going in there and unbinding all of the bad estrogens and helping you lose weight. It actually gets your shape back to the way it was when you were younger.


Dr. Lewis: Men should take it too, because it would help decrease the propensity towards swollen prostate.


Janet Lewis: If women can tell that their shirts are not fitting like they used to, through the back, like you’re thicker than what you used to be through the middle. Your hips are bigger than what they used to be, that’s an estrogen problem, because the body doesn’t know what to do with it, so it just stores it as fat. And those are safe places to put it.


Dr. Lewis: And fat cells actually make estrogen, so the … I know fat’s an offensive word, so … Those men who are fluffier have lower testosterone, because you have fat cells that are actually creating estrogen, not just the estrogen receptor.


Janet Lewis: DIM is a great thing for that, for young women. One way you can tell if you need it, is because of irregular menstrual cycles. And I know they’re giving you things now, to not have a menstrual cycle for seven months a year, or something. Oh lord, run. Just run from it, because it’s just making everything down the road harder for you, whenever you get older. You’re going to have all kinds of health problems because of that, because that’s not a normal thing, even though that’s a great idea for women at that age, but it actually does create a lot of the things we’re talking about. Down the road, that’s very hard to reverse, at that point.


  DIM, will actually go in there and make that be right again, so if you’re having painful menstrual cycles, and they’re coming too frequently, or not … you can’t count them on the month. When they don’t arrive within 28 days again, the next month, DIM is a big thing to help balance that back out. It’s also something great for women that are trying to conceive. If you’re having conception problems, that is another problem of estrogen being too high, and not balanced. Hopefully, you have learned something about balancing those.


  I’m going to let Dr. Lewis take this, because he just loves these questions that are different. And that did come from Tricia M. She wants to know why some people stink when they sweat, and others do not.


Dr. Lewis: How close are you getting to their armpits, Tricia?


Janet Lewis: Of course, that could be my colon story.


Dr. Lewis: Well you know, there’s actually studies that said women found that men that ate vegetables smelled better than men that ate a lot of meat. Then I actually took a big seminar one time, that said vegans start stinking because that’s not really a healthy way to eat. I know I treat dozens and dozens and dozens of vegans. I’m not trying to be judgemental, but people that eat a lot of meat do stink.


  Part of it is, it’s what the bacteria do with what you’re sweating out, and the other part of it is, you may have the wrong bacteria there. Then there’s when you get afraid, very, very stressed, then sometimes that will tend to be more odor-filled.


  I think if you eat more vegetables, that’s going to alkalize the body, give you more minerals and it will stink less and less. If you’re healthy, you really won’t have that kind of body odor. Sometimes, it’s heavy metals. I can smell some people. Sometimes their breath, and it’ll be metallic. But you put them on a cleanse, after a while, it begins to … the odor changes.


  You can smell different things if you pay attention.


Janet Lewis: The ones with the big bellies, they seem to smell a little bit more. Those big round bellies [inaudible 00:21:45], because they’re so full of …


Dr. Lewis: They’re more yeasty.


Janet Lewis: Well, they’re not eliminating like they should, so their belly’s just getting bigger and bigger. That all starts coming back through the skin. They need to make sure their colon is going every time they eat a meal.


Dr. Lewis: Same thing with the breath, though. If you have bad breath, that’s partially the probiotics that are lacking in the mouth, which is the salivarius strains, which is lactobacillus salivarius, or streptococcus salivarius. You can re-inoculate that. We do that a lot.


Janet Lewis: Okay. Now the men have been waiting very patiently to hear about prostate health, so thank you men for going through this whole show and listening about women again.


Dr. Lewis: We have not been patient, because as Jonathon said, “Enlarged prostate, gotta go, can’t wait.”


Janet Lewis: Exactly.


Dr. Lewis: I like that. Jonathon, you’re awesome.


Janet Lewis: We’ve got questions from Jonathon, that wants to know about it also, because he says he’s on Flomax, and an enlarged prostate. He’s having severe congestion as a side effect. Do we have any alternatives to this medicine, and can you tell us what’s going on with the prostate?


Dr. Lewis: Yeah, we have a natural Aromatase inhibitors, and that is normally … In America, we use a lot of Saw Palmetto, and is a difference in the quality of some of the Saw Palmetto you get, and that’s a really good thing. But that’s a 5-alpha reductase inhibitor. Then you want something that has stinging nettles root, which is really, really good, and you’ve got to understand that when I’m talking about prostate, these things also help you unbind the testosterone you have. Say if you have a 400 testosterone, you only have 50 of it unbound, that’s all you can use is 50. It helps unbind it too.


Janet Lewis: Stinging nettles is really good. We have it by itself as nettles, also, and it’s really great for women’s urinary tract things too. Not just for men, so that’s …


Dr. Lewis: And then Pygeum bark extract. That really comes from Africa. A lot of these better companies will source it from all over the world, and get the better stuff. The natives actually use this to support urinary tract health, and that has something to do with Lipoxygenase enzyme. Some of this stuff is … I tell people, “I am not a biochemist. Don’t want to be. Don’t like chemistry.”


  I was on a podcast yesterday with a pharmacist, and she was asking me chemistry. And I said, “Oh good lord, you know more about chemistry than I do, but here’s the short answer.”, and she was like, “Oh my god.” So we have that, and then formula should always contain zinc, selenium, and copper. That’s really good for prostate, but also good for being anti-cancer and immune system boosting too. Almost nobody gets enough of these, and these minerals are being displaced by cadmium, mercury, aluminum, lead, that kind of thing.


Janet Lewis: What’s the name of that product again? That you were talking about, that had all of that in it?


Dr. Lewis: I’ve got memory pills, but I don’t remember to take it. It’s Prostatrol Forte. Folks, prostate doesn’t not have two R’s in it. It’s prostate. Protatrol Forte, that’s what I take. It says one a day, I take two. But you know, by taking two, I don’t have to get up in the middle of the night to go tinkle. And that’s worth a lot. A little extra deeper sleep.


Janet Lewis: And the EstroDIM also helps that, as well, correct?


Dr. Lewis: Every man should take that, but the Prostatrol Forte also helps with testosterone, and unbinding testosterone. That’s really a smart thing to do. I’m going to get off this in just a second, but if you started to gain weight and problems urinating, but men, if you have breast enlargement, you’ve created what you’ve been thinking about all these years, I think. But no, if you have breast enlargement, the man boobs … Janet just shook her head like, “I can’t believe you said that.”


Janet Lewis: Yes, I can’t believe he says that.


Dr. Lewis: Well, hey. I’m having a good day. I’m thinking about chocolates.


Janet Lewis: Maybe you have man boobs too.


Dr. Lewis: Mine are pretty good. I look pretty good for 168, 170 pounds.


  Yeah, that’s an estrogen thing, so yeah, get on this Prostatrol Forte. It’s really a good thing. But that’s what I take, and I can take anything.


Janet Lewis: If you’re wondering, “Hey, I don’t know if I have problems with all this. I don’t know if the thyroid’s right. I don’t know what’s going on. I only know what my doctor told me is going on, and many times that lab was not very thorough.”, we do offer low cost lab work for those of you that do not know what we do, which I can’t believe you don’t by now. The new listener’s out there, I would tell you if you’re going to find out what’s happening, the best thing to do with the hormones and everything we discussed today, you need to see what your hormones are doing.


  Probably the best panel that we have for that is our Comprehensive Plus Female Hormone. We’ve got that one, or the Comprehensive Plus Male Hormone. They are on our website. When you go on our website, you want to make sure that you pick the ones that start with GWH, and the one for female is GWH1, and the one for male is GWH2. The reason for that, is that it includes Dr. Lewis’s very thorough consultation with you. He actually calls you and talks to you, and tells you what’s happening with your lab. Now we offer Zoom, where you can see him in person.


Dr. Lewis: Yeah, you can see my mustache.


Janet Lewis: Whichever way you like to have it. If you would like to look at him, and it’s like you’re virtually sitting in the room with him. We offer that, as well. That comes with it. We give you a functional medicine report, and we give you a recommended supplement sheet of what he is suggesting to take to help correct the problems, because with our supplements, it’s not like going down the road and just buying them in a store of something we’ve mentioned. All of our supplements are pharmaceutical grade, which means they’re actually three to five times stronger-


Dr. Lewis: And more absorbable.


Janet Lewis: … and pure and absorbable than what you’re buying over the counter. There is a difference. Those of you that are going, “Blah, blah, blah. No, there’s not.”, yes there is, because we see it on lab. Because we see people that try to take what we’ve given them, and they buy the cheapo stuff. And they say, “I’ve been doing just what you said.”, and I said-


Dr. Lewis: Didn’t work.


Janet Lewis: Yeah. It’s not moving your lab numbers. You can keep taking it all day long, but it’s actually not helping anything on your lab, so yes, there is a difference.


Dr. Lewis: I’d like to make a quick mention. When Jonathon finished his question, he said, “I really appreciate all that you do. Thank you.”, and I just talked to a lady up in Oregon that was actually referred out of Texas from Wilson, is the one that referred this lady. Share the podcast, because the more you help other people get well, the more God’s going to bless you with better health. And let’s take this tense nation, and make it into something that’s healthy and happy and have a good time, because now … I’m so sorry, but I’ve gotten so busy, I’ve decided … You know, you’ve got weeds and flowers. And if you’re a weed, and a pain in the butt, I spend my time with flowers. So thank you Jonathon for voicing your appreciation.


Janet Lewis: Really. Thank you for blooming.


Dr. Lewis: Yeah. And then you’ve got people like Louis. He just keeps ordering. I never talk to him, so Louis, you know who you are, I think you’re out of Indiana, call me. I miss you. The more joy you give, the more joy and health you’re going to get back. Let’s try to be the difference that we want to see in America.


Janet Lewis: I like that. And on that note, we are going to wish you well for another week. And like I said, go to Shoot’n Straight with Dr. Lewis on Facebook. Send him a friend request. He will accept it. And then you can start getting in on the conversations too. You guys have a blessed week.


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