If you’re genetically susceptible to celiac disease, you may also be more at risk for chronic Lyme disease. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with Functional Medicine practitioner Dr. Ramzi Asfour about...
IBS is often considered a disease of exclusion. However, emerging research suggests that IBS is an autoimmune disease triggered by food poisoning. Find out what that means for treatment.
What causes autoimmunity, and can it be prevented? Can it be cured? Check out this article to learn more about autoimmune disease and get tips on preventing or managing the condition.
Millions around the world are affected by an autoimmune disease. Learn what the research says, the connection between diet and autoimmune disease, and how to determine the most effective dietary approach for you.
Today I’m addressing a listener question regarding diet restrictions for those suffering from autoimmune disease and how often it is possible to reintroduce favorite foods after a period of time.
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.
The significance of non-celiac gluten sensitivity has been downplayed in recent news stories. Evidence has proven that gluten intolerance is real and a much larger problem than celiac disease.
Antibodies to GAD are a predictor of risk and progression to the autoimmune form of diabetes. Find out what these antibodies are and how they predict your likelihood of developing diabetes.
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.