Over the years there have been numerous studies about the benefits and risks of calcium – much of it inconsistent – and this has led to a lot of confusion..
Does skin permeability increase the risk for food allergy?
Antibiotics may not be there to save us if we don’t act to reduce their use
Embrace aging for better emotional well-being
Frozen vegetables are a reasonable compromise
Secrets of modern-day hunter-gatherers
Bugs and Mood – Human Proof
A SAD Story for US Life Expectancy
Misunderstanding High Fat Diets and Cancer
Food Manufacturers Are Removing Carrageenan
Highlighting a Methylation Adaptogen: Curcumin
Vitamin D Deficiency During Pregnancy; Another Piece in the Autism Puzzle
Spotting depression in early childhood
Sugar Research Funding Casts Findings in Different Light
Can Cured Meats Worsen Asthma Symptoms?
Uterine Microbiota and Pregnancy Success
Joelle, a bubbly 25-year-old woman, arrived at the office exasperated, she had seen numerous clinicians, but was still struggling. She suspected PCOS, based on her signs and symptoms, including irregular & painful periods (for which she
Dr. Cabeca is a wealth of information and inspiration when it comes to women’s health. I am delighted to share my conversation with her this month.
Julie Matthews, Certified Nutrition Consultant Julie Matthews is a Certified Nutrition Consultant specializing in autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and nutrition for pregnancy for the past 15 years. With her autism work as a model for addressing chronic disease, she created the BioIndividual Nutrition® approach which customizes diet and nutrition needs to meet each person’s unique biochemistry…
Episode 18: Launching a Soul-Satisfying and Financially Successful FxMed Practice with Dr. Daniel Kalish
Dr. Alschuler is a world-renowned expert in integrative oncology. Lise is well-versed in the current literature and has done a remarkable job in translating findings into actionable steps (listen for her approach to the five key bodily pathways in oncogenesis and how to address them). A teacher to her core, Lise a mentor to many of us, myself included. This is a jam-packed discussion on cancer prevention and management, from the soul-searching demands of a cancer diagnosis to highly practical treatment approaches.
You eat more calories if you’re sleep deprived
Insulin resistance lowered 30% with just one day of low-carb eating
Diet is a significant factor in migraines
Cultivate delayed gratification skills to improve your food choices
Consuming too much alcohol? Check your stress levels.
Night shift work increases cancer risk for men, which can be partially offset by daytime napping
Maternal B12 deficiency and increased type 2 diabetes and metabolic dysregulation in offspring thought to connect through methylation and epigenetic gene regulation
Emulsifiers, a common food additive linked to colon cancer via altered gut microbes
Easy breathing for non-meditators
Improve sleep quality by reducing smartphone screen time?
E-cig vapors contain cancer-causing chemicals
Skin microbes protect against oxidative stress
Probiotics improve cognition in Alzheimer’s patients
Baby, meet peanuts! Reducing the risk for peanut allergy.
Stress changes maternal gut flora and leaves offspring with long-lasting effects
Gut microbes as messengers for cross-talk between the immune system and glucose metabolism
Probiotics+diet may more than double A1C reductions vs diet alone
Schizophrenia: the role of the gut-brain axis
Often vilified, the so-called “anti-nutrients” like oxalates, phytates and tannins can be strategically employed in the diet to inhibit iron and toxic metal absorption and successfully lower ferritin in iron overload as a part of an overall plan for hereditary hemochromatosis (HH).
Bone broth (or stock) is fabulous for healing intestinal permeability. It contains collagen, which nourishes the intestinal lining and reduces inflammation.
Yes, you can eat your methylation nutrients! This delicious burger is rich in methylation amino acids (methionine, cysteine, taurine), as well as B vitamins, betaine, choline and zinc, cofactors for homocysteine metabolism and necessary for forming methionine and the all-important methyl donor, SAMe