A good curry is such a great comfort food…but it can also be medicine for your immune system.
Remember the first time you heard about FMT (Fecal Microbiota Transplantation) and maybe it sounded promising yet kinda viscerally challenging? It’s come a long way from humble beginnings and has since covered a lot of health territory (and FMT preparations are increasingly standardized, with some pretty cool research happening well beyond the limited C diff application.).
Climate Change Series Part 2 – How FxMed Already Supports a Healthier Planet and How We Might Do Even Better
If you’re motivated – like we are – to preserve planetary health, you’ll hopefully be reassured to know that the Functional Medicine (FxMed) principles you’re likely already adopting are also helping you reduce your own climate impact.
Allergic Sensitization Can Occur Through The Skin
Mom’s Fluoride Exposure Associates with Lower IQ in Kids
Vitamin K From Foods Improves Warfarin Effectiveness
Osteocalcin as a Mediator of the Stress Response
Wait, non-alcoholic fatty liver due to… (gut bug) alcohol!?
Soot Particles Travel from Lungs to Other Organs, Including the Placenta
Some of the most extraordinary work happening in medicine right now comes from the GrowBaby team of Leslie Stone, MD and her daughter, Emily Rydbom, CNS. In their mostly Medicaid model, they’ve adopted a systems approach to pregnancy, and thereby doing so, have remarkably improved outcomes. Their rates of autism, eczema, ADHD, premature labor, gestational diabetes and pregnancy-induced hypertension fall well, well below national averages.