Catchy media headlines often poke fun at gluten sensitivity. Yet many people without celiac disease feel better with a gluten-free diet. A recent study may have settled the debate once and for all.
Do you have an autoimmune disease? Do starchy foods make your symptoms worse? You may benefit from reducing your starch intake. Learn why this is and if a low-starch diet is right for you.
In this episode, we welcome Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker to explore all facets of genomic testing and how it can influence how we diagnose chronic illness.
Every mucosal surface on your body is colonized by a distinct group of microbes. Learn how disruption of those microbes are associated with allergies and what steps you can take to alleviate your worst symptoms.
In this episode, I discuss with Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker what chronic inflammatory response syndrome is, how people get exposed, and who is susceptible.
Mercury levels can build up in your body, causing immune dysfunction, fatigue, anxiety, depression, cardiovascular disease, and many other complaints.
Restless legs syndrome is a seemingly simple condition, but the cause is often difficult to pinpoint. Find out four potential contributing factors and how to address them.
Celiac disease is on the rise, and the population-wide overuse of antibiotics could play a key role in triggering disease onset.
Find out how low-dose naltrexone works, what kind of conditions it’s been studied in and might be effective for, and how you might find a doctor that you can work with to take it.