If you’re riveted by the world of methylation, as we all are since the explosion of epigenetic research prompted a big rethink of our approach to treatment, you’re going to appreciate this smart blog from David Quig, PhD, VP of Scientific Affairs at Doctor’s Data, Inc.
I went to school with Dr. Hilary Andrews. She graduated before me, but I recall her then—she had a reputation for brilliance (and was voted class valedictorian, incidentally). Hilary applied that brilliance to childhood health and nutrition, which inevitably included investigation around vaccine safety. Flash forward to current time
What are the risks or benefits of vaccinations? Where does the conversation take place that allows the individual patient with their uniqueness to be…
A normally developing child developed regressive autism at 18 months. The child lost the ability to speak, make eye contact, and to interact socially.
Everything old is new again. It was just a few years ago that a promising drug to treat Alzheimer’s disease was stopped in its tracks owing to phase III…
Health effects of excess blue lights and how to choose healthy lighting
Why choose change? The pros and cons of body acceptance
Understanding the risks and benefits of mammograms
Some tuna fish carry 36 times more chemicals
Adult food allergy – an identification challenge for clinicians
Phthalates increase risk for allergic disease
Compound in broccoli blocks allergic response to peanut and egg
Gadolinium from MRIs deposits in the brain
Highest vitamin B6 and B12 use linked with lung cancer in men
Microbes and food allergy—peanut oral immunotherapy improved with probiotics
At our practice, we see lots of folks with challenging skin conditions. The one commonality among all of them? Diet!
Below, you’ll see videos from Dr. Gary Weiner, ND. It so happens that I literally just met Gary (like, 20 minutes ago we were chatting it up about stool, breath and organic acid testing for SIBO). But before that, I watched him deliver a terrific lecture on the science & history behind the elemental diet (ED), and as important, his extensive clinical experience of said diet.
Easy, Low-Carb Chicken Salad Wraps recipe submitted by Julie Lammers* To make a whole-foods diet happen with work and family schedules, we often rely on leftovers that can be reassembled into new meals the next day or frozen for later use. This recipe makes for an easy, refreshing summer lunch and a great way to…
Not all cookware is considered safe by Functional Medicine standards. Read on to find out which products can leach toxins into your food (and should be..