When Candida overgrowth triggers gluten sensitivity, watch out! While a gluten-free diet can provide some relief, it is only part of the solution in restoring your inner ecology.
Posted on March 27, 2013
Posted on March 13, 2013
Even without digestive symptoms, you could still be sensitive to gluten. In some cases, anxiety, insomnia, bipolar disorder, or epilepsy may be the only sign of gluten sensitivity that wreaks havoc on the body.
Posted on February 27, 2013
Do you chronically struggle with food allergies, sinus infections, fatigue, or skin rashes without a medical solution? Find out what Dr. Oz has to say about healing leaky gut and what his protocol could be missing.
Posted on February 06, 2013
Research indicates that taking basic precautions like covering your mouth and washing your hands may not be enough to protect you from the flu this season. Medicinal mushrooms can defend the body by stimulating the immune system, with added benefits like longevity and endurance.
Posted on January 29, 2013
What do gut bacteria have to do with type 1 diabetes in children? Researchers have come to an intriguing conclusion on how probiotics could help to limit the development of this autoimmune disease.
Posted on January 16, 2013
The flu vaccination is given to healthy people and can cause a long list of side effects, ranging from mild to severe. Before considering a flu shot this year, do your homework to determine if the benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks.
Inattentive, Moody, or Even Violent? You or Your Child May Be Suffering from Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity
Posted on January 09, 2013
Non-celiac gluten sensitivity is difficult to diagnose with standard celiac tests, yet it affects nearly 18 million Americans. Research reveals that both children and adults with behavioral issues often respond to a gluten-free diet.
Posted on November 27, 2012
Not only is air travel during the holidays stressful, but it can deprive the body of oxygen! This shift in the balance may lead to gastrointestinal flare-ups, especially for those with pre-existing digestive conditions.
Posted on November 07, 2012
Most doctors recommend a high-fiber diet that is low in saturated fat to manage diabetes. But recent research says otherwise, suggesting that eliminating one common protein could make a world of difference in improving diabetes.