Ahhh, squashes – the epitome of fall. Though pumpkin usually dominates fall recipes, it’s not the only sweet-tasting squash that you should be featuring this season.
Any kind of oil-cooked cabbage disappears pretty fast in our house. Often I like to finely shred the cabbage and saute it with oil and sea salt until it’s just given in and wilted a little.
This nutty-fruity Thanksgiving stuffing comes together quickly. Everything goes from the food processor into the baking dish, and to the oven without any fuss.
Mark Newman is the founder Precision Analytical and the developer of the DUTCH test, one of the most accurate and patient-friendly measures of sex hormones on the market. The test eliminates the need for multiple types of testing by using dried urine to measure sex hormones, hormone metabolites, and free cortisol. Free cortisol is a key indicator of the health of the HPA axis — and having that measure, alongside a measure of sex hormones and their metabolites, gives providers more information so they can achieve better clinical outcomes.
Miriam Kalamian, EdM, MS, CNS, talks with Dr. Fitzgerald about the how ketogenic eating for cancer differs from other keto and low-carb protocols and outlines specific steps for pacing a keto protocol for the specific needs of cancer patients.
There are moments when we all need a little treat. This recipe hits the spot and is healthy to boot. Fancy enough to serve at a gathering or special occasion, but simple enough to keep to yourself too!
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Dr. Terry Wahls was a practicing primary care physician when she was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS. Despite treatment at some of the finest medical institutions in the United States, her health progressively declined until she could no longer walk. When she discovered functional medicine, she made a rapid turnaround.
We enact eliminations all of the time and it’s really important as clinicians that we have some experience with enacting these in our own lives.
If you’re prescribing (or taking) high dose biotin, it might be interfering with certain labs you’re ordering. Findings from a new JAMA study and associated