In this episode of "Ask the Doctor", Dr. Friedman answers some of his listeners' most pressing questions.
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Is it true that drinking olive oil every day is healthy? If so, how much, and how can I choose the best brand of olive oil?
-Jimmy from Las Vegas NV
Can a lack of sleep lead to weight gain?
-Stephanie from Sarasota FL
Any advice for committing to getting healthy in 2021?
-Katie Lynn from Williamstown NJ
What are your thoughts on the blood type diet? Is it a myth or legit?
-Abigail from Wilmington NC
What's better, raw or cooked vegetables?
-Bob from Cleveland OH
I've heard seltzer water isn't healthy and can damage my teeth. Is there any truth to this?
-Deborah from Bloomington MN
Is there a health risk from the ink used when getting a tattoo?
-Mark from New York NY
What's the difference between gluten-free oatmeal and regular oatmeal?
-Charlene in Albuquerque NM
Sometimes I crave sweet, sometimes I crave salty. What do cravings mean and how can I stop them?
-Ann from Dallas TX
My wife is afraid to lift weights because she doesn't want to be too muscular. Should she be concerned?
-Dan from Dayton OH
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