At the end of the day most of my patients just want to feel good in their own body. If you are feeling sluggish and heavy at the end of the winter, here are a few tips on how to get back on track in a healthy way.
We can’t completely avoid all of the factors that may contribute to free radical production and oxidative stress, but there are a number of choices we can make about our diet, lifestyle, habits, and environment that can help to balance out free radical activity with antioxidant activity.
What causes chronic inflammation, what does it mean, and what we can do about it?
The ketogenic diet is not right for everyone. Is it right for you?
What I’m Reading This Month: Unnecessary Heart Procedures, Yoga for Depression, and a Cannabis & ASD Study
The latest news, studies, and articles of interest.
Nutritional and Environmental Influences on Neurodevelopment Program: Exciting Updates + FREE Intro Webinar
Introductory webinar available now + new Toronto date announced for Dr. Gannage's innovative continuing education program! Dr. Gannage will be presenting his comprehensive educational program, complete with the most recent and relevant medical research on nutritional...
Histamine intolerance and the gut are interconnected in many ways. The root cause of histamine intolerance can often be traced back to an issue or imbalance in the gut, including SIBO, dysbiosis, leaky gut, or a food sensitivity or intolerance. Similarly, histamine intolerance can contribute to and worsen gut problems, creating a vicious cycle.
There has been a lot of buzz about the ketogenic diet or the “keto” diet lately. So what exactly is the keto diet and is it the right diet for you? What is the ‘Keto” diet? Keto diet is actually not just the latest fad diet, it has been around...
What I’m Reading This Month: Lead in Tap Water and Baby Food, Acetaminophen and ADHD & ASD Risk, and Screen Time and Brain Development
Dr. Gannage’s picks of news, links, and studies to read this month