Our microbiome is a complex ecosystem made up of trillions of microorganisms that fullfill numerous criticial roles in maintaining our health. This system can be severly disrupted with the longterm exposure of environmental toxins. Fighting back the right way can help restore your gut balance and improve your health.
Autoimmune diseases can often be very painful, disruptive and for some incredibly devastating. Our hope is that an autoimmune condition shouldn’t have to take over your entire life. Fighting back with the right approach can help to ease your pain and control your symptoms.
Histamine is an organic compound that is both naturally occurring in our bodies and found in many of the foods we eat. Symptoms of intolerance can be managed by making changes in our diet which helps to keep histamine at a minimum.
A healthy, well-fed microbiome is made up of millions of microorganisms that live without our digestive system. They’re needed for proper digestion, metabolism, and to support our immune health. During the times of COVID-19, we should be focusing on our health and well-being more than ever with these top microbiome tips!
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Vitamins are an integral component of our health and longevity. Their function helps ensure we maintain energy, protection from illness, and well-being throughout our lifetime. Since the emergence of COVID-19, the search for a medication that reduces the symptoms of the viral infection has become the forefront of research. This brings the fighting power of vitamin C into the spotlight.
The current circumstances of the COVID-19 crisis have left the world in a state of uncertainty. Although we lack much control over our current circumstances, we need to consider what we do have control over: our health. Now more than ever we have the time necessary to strengthen our immunity in order to help fight off any illness or infection.
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.