What I’m Reading This Month: Light at Night and Depression, Lifestyle Changes to Lower Alzheimer’s Risk, and New Vitamin D Guidelines
Dr. Gannage’s July picks
Building your diet is not unlike constructing a house. Here’s my take on the priorities, starting from the ground up.
Do you have diabetes? Have you ever had a heart attack? Are you age 50 or older? If you answered "yes" to these three questions, you may be eligible to take part in a National Institutes of Health funded study of intravenous (IV) chelation therapy and oral...
Are you tired of trying different diets, losing weight and then gaining it all back, and then some more? Weight loss can be a struggle for many people. There are many ‘fad diets’ out there that guarantee quick results, but they are simply not sustainable long term and...
What I’m Reading This Month: Olive Oil and the Brain, Heavy Metal Exposure and Autism Risk, and the Effectiveness of Yoga for Back Pain
The sheer volume of health, wellness, and medical news and commentary available on the internet can be overwhelming. Every month, get a taste of what integrative medicine leader Dr. John Gannage finds interesting (and digestible) on the web.
The gut is sometimes referred to as the “second brain” because of the fact that it contains more than 100 million neurons- this is more than the number of neurons contained in the peripheral nervous system.
To truly understand the concept of the gut-brain connection, it’s important to focus on that word: connection. Here, we give an overview of how it’s all connected- the gut, the brain, the immune system, inflammation- and how they’re tied together in autism.
What I’m Reading This Month: How Vitamin C May Help With Cancer Treatments, Stem Cells Might Offer Hope for Autism, and Gut Bacteria Affect Intestines & Brain in IBS
Dr. Gannage’s April picks
The following is in response to news of Dow Chemical pushing the Trump administration to ignore research findings related to harmful pesticides.