By: Stefani Wooldridge, RD, CLT In our microbiome, we have more bacteria than our own cells (*1). The makeup varies depending on the host’s lifestyle. The amount of good vs bad bacteria is continually changing. The ratio can be affected by poor diet, lifestyle or antibiotics. Recent research has found that a healthy diverse microbiome […] Read more
Exploring the Connection Between Personality Type and Cancer While the polarizing qualities between Type A and Type B personalities are familiar to most people, there is another personality type that is not as well known. Type C personality is expressed through people who: Suppress emotions Remain pleasant despite difficult circumstances Use denial as a coping […] Read more
How do I determine the Right Foods for Me? To determine the food sensitivity – and determine your treatment plan – your health practitioner will ask questions about your symptoms and dietary habits. You may also need to take a simple food sensitivity test. Food Sensitivity Testing There are many different ways to […] Read more
If you have read our previous two posts on what a food sensitivity is, read below to learn how it can cause damage to your gut and lead to other health problems. How do Trigger Foods Damage My Body? When your body responds negatively to particular foods it’s because of the molecules in […] Read more
A variation of foods in your diet is important to provide all of the essential vitamins and minerals your body needs to function properly. Additionally, consuming a variety of foods will prevent the development of food allergies. Low Allergen Foods Green leafy vegetables Probiotic rich foods- these foods support the immune system […] Read more
What are Food Sensitivities? Some foods just don’t agree with us. We get uncomfortable gas, bloating, abdominal pain, nasal and throat congestion. But isn’t that normal? Doesn’t everyone feel this way? No. In fact if you are eating foods that agree with you, you’ll rarely experience these symptoms. But it goes further than […] Read more
Many digestive health issues involve an imbalance of intestinal bacteria. Cycles of dietary malabsorption, bacterial overgrowth, inflammation, intestinal gas and toxin production lead to a variety of symptoms, leaky gut and autoimmune reactions. In addition to that, when 75-80% of our immune system is in our gut; if something is out of balance or we are […] Read more
Thanks for watching and make sure you subscribe! View on YouTube. Prolotherapy is a nonsurgical treatment which stimulates healing. Short for ‘proliferation therapy’, Prolotherapy is also known as ligament and tendon reconstruction, or regenerative injection therapy. It works by stimulating the body’s own natural healing mechanisms to repair injured musculoskeletal tissue. What is Platelet Rich […] Read more
Concerning cancer aftercare, there are two schools of thought, traditional medicine and alternative medicine. In traditional medicine, cancer is considered a finite, small anatomical region of the body that has changed its histology and became cancerous. Treating cancer traditionally involves eradication of the abnormal tissue by surgery, radiation or chemotherapy. Once this cancerous lesion is […] Read more
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Cancer survivor Jenny Hrbacek RN has become a motivated expert in techniques for detecting cancer many years before conventional testing might catch it and in tests that can identify personalized treatments with the greatest likelihood of success. She tells her story and gives crucial tips. Saturday October 15, 2016 was the launch of MS Hrbacek’s […] Read more
Annie Brandt has a wonderful success story to share. Today she is the vibrant Executive Director of the Best Answer for Cancer Foundation and the author of The Healing Platform: Build Your Own Cure! She could hardly dream of such a thing in 1994 when she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. By 2001 she had […] Read more