I find that acquired mitochondrial dysfunction is arguably the most important problem that requires attention to promote recovery from illness.
Unfortunately, magnesium is one of the most common deficiencies in today’s diet due to soil depletion and lack of consumption of magnesium rich foods.
Hormone imbalances are being developed at an alarming rate due to many factors, such as poor diet, stressful lifestyles, environment, and declining physical exercise.
While there is no cure for autoimmune disease, that certainly doesn’t mean you can’t manage your symptoms. When it comes to restoring the immune system, diet is key.
When you get a migraine, it is your body’s way of telling you something is missing. Maybe you didn’t get enough sleep, or you’re dehydrated and need more water, maybe change the way you eat.
These disorders have a varying degree of effect and are associated with difficulties in social interactions, both verbal and nonverbal communication and repetitive behaviors.
Thyroid disorders and diseases impact just about every area of your life and cause issues from weight gain to depression and anxiety.
Fatigue is by far the most common complaint of my patients. In our fast paced world, many of us wake up feeling exhausted, craving coffee and anything with caffeine.
Leaky gut, defined as “increase in intestinal permeability” is caused by damaged delicate lining of the intestines, which normally acts as a protectant barrier.
Are you one of the millions of people who take thyroid medication but really don’t feel much better? You’re not alone.