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Dr. Doni Wilson struggled for decades to solve her numerous health issues and heal her body. With focused determination, she healed herself and in doing so, discovered the Dr. Doni Stress Recovery Protocol ™. On this show, you’re going to hear from Doctors, nutritionists, and experts along with Dr. Doni who will give practical advice and wisdom to help you heal your body. This is How Humans Heal!
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Dec 21, 2023

In today's episode I want to talk about the three most common nutrient deficiencies that I find in my patients who have HPV virus testing positive. Testing positive for HPV is becoming increasingly common, so this information is important for everyone to protect themselves.

So, tune in as we go through:

· HPV Testing and Abnormal Cell Development

· Why Nutrient Deficiencies Make You Susceptible

· Most Common Nutrient Deficiencies in Patients with HPV

· How to Identify and Solve for: Protein Deficiency, Iron Deficiency and Vitamin D Deficiency

HPV Testing and Abnormal Cell Development More and more women are being tested for HPV and finding out they test positive. They then often have to go through various invasive procedures to check for abnormal or even cancerous cell development. In conventional medicine, the only solution is to remove any abnormal cells, but they can't stop the virus from causing recurrent abnormalities.

This is why I research how to help women stop this cycle and avoid HPV-related health issues. Men can also have HPV and related cancers, but currently there is no screening for them. So men, this applies to you too - pay attention to nutrients that make you susceptible.

When I review complex cases of women with recurring abnormalities over decades, I look for why this virus persists. Often there are key nutrient deficiencies making them continually susceptible. Addressing deficiencies empowers the immune system and protects cells, stopping the cycle.

Deficiencies don't show on standard bloodwork, but show in neurotransmitter imbalances and recurrent viral infections and abnormalities. Restoring nutrients strengthens the body to clear infections itself.

The first deficiency I find over and over is a lack of protein in the diet. We focus on getting healthy carbs and fats, but protein often lacks. You need protein with every meal, at least 30g 3 times a day or 20g 4 times a day.

Reasons Protein Deficiency Increase HPV Susceptibility:

1. Without adequate protein and amino acids, we can't make sufficient neurotransmitters to manage stress, which suppresses the immune system.

2. Building a healthy immune system itself requires plenty of amino acids from protein.

How to Identify Protein Deficiency:

1. Track your diet and calculate daily protein intake. Shoot for at least 0.36g per pound of body weight.

2. Low neurotransmitter levels on a urinary neurotransmiiter test can indicate protein/amino acid deficiency. This requires specialized testing.

3. Bloodwork won't show low protein until you are seriously deficient with a major health condition.

Restore Protein Levels: Calculate your needs and include protein at every meal from sources like chicken, turkey, fish, eggs, protein powder, etc. Those on plant-based diets should especially ensure adequate protein intake.

The second nutrient I commonly find deficient is iron. Even those without anemia can still have insufficient iron stores. Measuring ferritin specifically shows your iron levels. Ferritin below 50, especially below 30, is too low. Those with heavy menstrual bleeding are at high risk of low iron.

Iron's Roles:

1. Making red blood cells to carry oxygen for cellular health

2. Supporting immune function

3. Protecting cells

Restoring iron levels helps the body regain control over HPV. Those on plant-based diets often lack sufficient iron as well. Be sure to identify non-heme iron sources and intake levels to avoid this deficiency.

The third common deficiency I see is vitamin D. Many people, especially those living further from the equator with less sun exposure, become deficient in vitamin D. Some absorb or store vitamin D more effectively than others based on genetic factors, so individual testing is important.

Vitamin D is critical for:

1. Bone health

2. Immune function

3. Preventing many types of cancers

Take aways from this episode:

It’s important to consider nutrient deficiencies as contributing to HPV and cervical cancer risk.

Nutrients are not usually checked on standard blood work. It is best to work with an expert who knows which tests to do and how to address them effectively with clinical nutrition.

There are many other factors contributing to risk of HPV related cancers. I teach about them and how to identify and address them in the Heal HPV Worldwide Workshop and Say Goodbye to HPV Program.

By taking your health into your own hands, it is possible to stop HPV virus from causing abnormal cells.

I look forward to your questions and comments and I definitely encourage you to subscribe and join me for the next episode of How Humans Heal so you don’t miss new updates and topic discussions related to overcoming frustrating infections like HPV.

If you would like to learn more about how I can help you fend off this virus for good I encourage you to watch my HPV Masterclass here. I will also be hosting a live HPV Workshop soon. You can learn more about it here.

If you are ready to get rid of this virus right away, you can sign up for my Say Goodbye to HPV 12 Week Program here where we go into depth about all the common susceptibilities I find, and how to effectively address them.

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Additional Resources: 

 

If you want to work on your gut health and microbiome you may want to sign up for my Heal Leaky Gut Program (https://doctordoni.com/leaky-gut-program) where I teach you how to heal leaky gut with my proven protocol. 

 

If you’re interested in learning more about my approach to healing HPV you can find my new HPV Recovery Guide here (https://doctordoni.com/ddpp/hpv-guide/). 

 

If you are tired of this virus and are really committed to erasing it from your life forever, you can sign up for my Say Goodbye to HPV 12-Week Program here (https://drdoni.lpages.co/hpv-12-week-program/).

 

You can also sign up for my Stress Warrior Program here (https://doctordoni.com/stress-program). 

 

Also, if you want to learn more about how to recover from stress so that you can get back to feeling your best, you may want to read my book Master Your Stress Reset Your Health (https://doctordoni.com/master-your-stress/). In the book, I also share the quiz I developed to help you identify how stress has affected you specifically by knowing your Stress Type. You can also take this Stress Type Quiz online (https://doctordoni.com/quiz/stress-quiz/)

 

For the most comprehensive support, even with the most difficult health issues (physical or mental), it is best to meet with me one-on-one, which is available to you no matter where you are in the world (via phone or zoom). You can set up a one-on-one appointment with me here (https://doctordoni.com/work-with-me/)

 

Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are product links and affiliate links and if you go through them to make a purchase I will earn a commission at no cost to you. Keep in mind that I link these companies and their products because of their quality and not because of the commission I receive from your purchases. The decision is yours, and whether or not you decide to buy something is completely up to you.

 

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