Millions of people around the world are affected by an autoimmune disease, yet conventional medicine typically has little to offer in terms of treatment. Fortunately, a root-cause approach and the right nutritional strategy can help to slow or even reverse the progression of autoimmune disease. Find out what the research says, the connection between diet and autoimmune disease, and how to determine the most effective dietary approach for you.
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Immunity & Autoimmune Disease
Do you have inflammatory bowel disease? A recent study put the Paleo autoimmune protocol to the test in patients with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, and the results are quite remarkable.
For those suffering from autoimmune diseases like Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, or other serious chronic illnesses, an elimination diet can be a powerful healing tool. But these diets can be really limiting and make eating with friends or going out to dinner extremely challenging. Today I’ll discuss diet restrictions and how often it is possible to reintroduce favorite foods after a period of time.
Pneumonia is a difficult illness at best—and it’s a frightening one when it strikes an elderly family member. This hit close to home with me recently after my father developed pneumonia during a hospital stay. In today’s podcast, I discuss the botanical treatments I used to get him back to health quickly.
Do you have trouble with histamine? Have you struggled to get a diagnosis? In Mast Cell Activation Disorder (MCAD), part of the innate immune system becomes hyperactive, releasing histamine and other chemicals that affect every organ system in the body. Read on to learn more about MCAD, and how you can address the root cause.
Medical marijuana is now legal in several U.S. states, but it’s still incredibly difficult for scientists to legally study it. The possible therapeutic uses of marijuana are vast, but more research is still needed. Read on to learn about the most promising potential applications of medical marijuana and the current state of marijuana research.