Research and News November 2019

Acetaminophen Once Again Tied to Autism and ADHD
Human Milk Oligosaccharides Improve IBS Symptoms
Oral Bacteria Implicated in a Wide Range of Noncommunicable Diseases
Brain Wave Patterns Predict Tau and Amyloid-b Accumulation
New Desensitization Technology May Help Celiac and other Immune-Related Disorders
Glucose Feeds Bacterial Infections – Tips to Avoid Getting Sick

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Research and News October 2019

SLIT may be as effective as OIT for peanut desensitization
3D printers harm indoor air quality
Mushrooms offer protection against prostate cancer
Cuddling Changes DNA Expression Via Epigenetic Methylation
Garlic compounds counteract TMAO from meat consumption
Infant Rice Foods and Fruit Juice Are Problematic Sources of Toxic Metals
The First-Ever Study of its Kind Proves Functional Medicine Works

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Research and News September 2019

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

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Research and News August 2019

Sesame Allergy Underdiagnosed and More Challenging to Avoid
E. coli Strain May Cause Urinary Tract Infection
Stress During First Trimester is a Risk Factor for Adverse Birth Outcomes
Higher BMI Associated with Increased Brain Atrophy
Infant Gut Microbes Predict Temperament – a Human Study
Connecting Gut Microbes and Bone Health

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Research and News July 2019

Antibacterial Soap Exposure Linked with Osteoporosis in Women
Glyphosate Toxicity May Extend Over Generations via Epigenetic Inheritance
Sugared Beverages Including Fruit Juice Associated with Increased Cancer Risk
Targeting the Microbiome in Food Allergy
Billions of Air Pollution Nanoparticles Found Doing Damage in Hearts

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Research and News June 2019

Sulforaphane increases human brain glutathione
Which trees remove the most air pollutant particles?
‘Inactive’ ingredients in medications can have clinical consequences
Introducing microbes from children with autism into germ-free mice induces autistic symptoms
The Case for Prescribing a ‘Dose’ of Nature
Modest Doses of Folic Acid and B12 Increase Colorectal Cancer Risk
A New Type of Immune Cell? B, T and…DE Cells
Diet Can Put Crohn’s Disease into Medication-Free Remission

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Research and News May 2019

Alpha-Gal Red Meat Allergy from Tick Bites More Likely Than Previously Thought
Cytomegalovirus Activates Airway Immune Cells to React to Environmental Allergens
Harvard Scientists Highlight Metabolic Disruption from Propionate, a Food Additive
Teasing Out Mechanisms by Which Skin Barrier Breakdown Contributes to Food Allergy
More Evidence for Time-Restricted Eating
Food-Sourced Nutrients are Better than Supplements

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Research and News April 2019

New Uses for N-Acetylcysteine
It’s Never too Late to Exercise
FDA Approves Imports of GMO Salmon
Fructose Consumption Mimics Chronic Stress States
New Brain Cells are Possible Even in Your Eighties
Diet Helps Protect Against Effects of BPA Exposure
Topical Corticosteroids Appear to Promote Type 2 Diabetes

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Research and News March 2019

NSAIDs May Increase Risk for C. Difficile Infection
Protein & Fat Sources Matter on a Low-Carb Diet
Prebiotics Improve Bone Formation in Children with Celiac Disease
Update: Histamine Intolerance Symptoms
Sleep Disruption Creates Inflammation
Transforming 21st-Century Medicine – Clinical Ecology
Data Suggests Early-Life Antibiotic Exposure Tied to Celiac Risk
The Emergence of ‘Nutritional Psychiatry’

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Research and News February 2019

Consumer Reports Finds Heavy Metals in Fruit Juice
Zinc Deficiency Exacerbates High Blood Pressure
Banned Drugs Found in Meat Samples
Connecting Gum Disease and Alzheimer’s
Ginger microRNAs Trigger Gut-Healing Compounds from L. Rhamnosus
How Pregnenolone May Help Fight Loneliness

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Research and News January 2019

Improperly Primed Immune Systems Cause Long-Term Problems Including Cancer
Practical Implementation of Fecal Microbiota Transplants (FMT)
Measuring Circadian Disruptions will Allow us to Better Evaluate Interventions
Essential Oils and Plant Extracts Block Aflatoxin Production
How Ancient Remedies are Changing Modern Medicine
Connecting Choline, Methylation Health and Alzheimer’s Prevention
Mainstream Doctor Laments Poor Nutrition Training on CNN

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Research and News December 2018

Exposure to Dioxins in Humans Linked with Hypertension in Offspring
Peanut Oral Immunotherapy Trial Demonstrates Success
Neonatal Vitamin D Deficiency Increases Risk for Adult Schizophrenia by 44%
Does the Uterus Play a Role 
Add Prokinetics if Using PPIs
Links Between DNA Methylation and Glioblastoma
Beware Lead in Spices, Including Turmeric
The Brain Microbiome

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Allulose – New Sweetener on the Block

When a nutritional supplement has been studied in more than one dose for one or more indications, it’s imperative to decide what the best starting dose should be in a typical case. This seems simple; however, even reviewing the same data, clinicians can come to opposing conclusion and thus, dosing strategies.

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Research and News November 2018

Cell Phone Radiation and Cancer – When Will We Know?
What are Microplastics and Why Are They in Your Poop?
The Important Role of TET Enzymes in Methylation Status and Gene Regulation
Indicators and Assessment of Increased Intestinal Permeability
Raw Fruits and Vegetable Consumption May Reduce Depressive Symptoms in Young Adults
Paraben Exposure Increases Asthma Symptoms in Children
Should You be Feeding Your Kids Your Paleo Diet?

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Oral Lavender Supplement Dosing Considerations: 80mg vs. 160mg

When a nutritional supplement has been studied in more than one dose for one or more indications, it’s imperative to decide what the best starting dose should be in a typical case. This seems simple; however, even reviewing the same data, clinicians can come to opposing conclusion and thus, dosing strategies.

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