GMO - Genetically Modified Organism. GMO foods are not natural, they have never existed on this planet before they were modified, and thus created by scientists. They are considered safe by the company scientist that created them, not independent studies.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a common finding after car accidents. I routinely treat these types of injuries and find that patients usually report varying degrees of fear/stress when riding in a car after the accident. In some cases PTSD can be so severe that people will
Building Muscle May Reduce Diabetes Risk, Study Says – US News and World Report. New research shows increased muscle mass appears to help reduce the risk of diabetes. This research continues to highlight the importance of exercise. If you would like to have better health then j
Question Why do I seem to struggle so much with brain fog, anxiety, and depression? Answer Many factors can underlie these symptoms, however one of the most common is poor digestive health. The gut and the brain are intimately connected and poor digestive health can lead to poor brain
Autoimmune disease are the next health epidemic. I have blogged on this topic several times in the past because I am autoimmune (psoriasis) and I have successfully treated autoimmune conditions with functional medicine. Using functional medicine, you can virtually make an autoimmune
Tennis – ATP World Tour – Djokovic Is Gluten-Free… Are You?. Yes, you can have all the energy you want without bread and grains! Read the article published on the atpworldtour.com website on how Novak Djokovic reached #1 in the world and achieved a 41-0 record on a g
Good Housekeeping Magazine Owes it to Millions of Thyroid Patients to Get the Story Right. Understanding thyroid conditions isn’t clear cut, even among endocrinologists. Good Housekeeping Magazine just happened to make a mistake by not doing a little more homework
Research continues to demonstrate connections between bacterial infections that typically inhabit the GI tract, and conditions outside of the GI tract that are seemingly unrelated.1 One such relationship is the connection between the very common bacterial infection H. Pylori and auto