Have you tried everything to heal your gut? Or, are you just getting by with a chronic condition like an autoimmune disorder, eczema, or arthritis? Maybe you’ve “gone Paleo,” made buckets of bone broth, said “sayonara” to sugar and gluten, and made friends with sauerkraut. You might have a stockpile (or cabinet!) of digestive enzymes, vitamins, herbs and probiotics… Yet, you are not much better off.
A recent write up of systematic reviews (among the highest grades of scientific evaluation) confirmed previously-reported differences between conventional..
Episode 26: Practical Application: Using An Elemental Diet in Clinical Practice with Dr. Corey Schuler
I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Corey Shuler on all things Elemental Diet this month! Dr. Schuler has been using Integrative Therapeutics Physicians’ Elemental Diet (ED) in clinical practice as well as researching and training clinicians on application. He’s the director of clinical affairs for Integrative Therapeutics. Corey is very well-versed on the science behind the ED.
She says that her understanding of the problem and potential risks of epigenetic hypermethylation has changed how she uses supplements…
This article originally appeared on NDNR.com Up until now, we’ve been putting a heavy emphasis on supplementation with B vitamins, betaine, choline and other substrates and cofactors for methylation support. However, there are a number of other and perhaps unexpected ways in which we can balance methylation expression (both metabolically and genetically). This includes preventing…
A great alternative for Anita’s coconut milk yogurt! The secret to our dairy-free tzatziki recipe is in the type of yogurt you choose. Coconut Milk Coconut milk is the liquid that comes from the grated meat of a mature coconut. The opacity and rich taste of coconut milk are attributed to its high oil content, most of which is…
[Additionally, (and off topic) but an important point none-the-less, I am very concerned about the chronic use of antihistamines in my allergic patients…
As you probably know, stem cell therapy outside of the research setting is the Wild West. It’s offered everywhere, here and outside of the US (there’s a whole “stem cell tourism trade”). Radical claims are made routinely without much evidence or oversight. Pricing for therapy and protocols used vary widely, although anyone (even those participating in research trials) can expect to spend thousands of dollars.
Antibiotics impair the beneficial potential of plant phytonutrients
Plants and foods as broad-spectrum anti-inflammatory agents
Psych meds increase risk for fractures
Antibiotics and Miscarriage
Response to NYT Vitamin D is a Waste of Time and Money
Calls to Remove Juice from the Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
PCOS as an autoimmune disease?
Cholesterol and heart disease: oversimplified and misguided
Exercising for your bones should include more than strength training
Filaggrin mutations alone can cause atopic eczema, hayfever and asthma
Stem-cell therapy: nearing fxmed prime time?
Healthy bones suppress appetite
Nasal methylation and childhood atopic asthma
Healthy empathy distinguishes between self and other