The Skinny on the Autoimmune Paleo Diet

More studies point to the autoimmune Paleo diet as a reasonable, safe option for those dealing with autoimmunity.

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Alpha-Gal Allergy

Allergy to red meat? It’s real, it’s hard to determine, and it can be life threatening.

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Sulforaphane: Broccoli's Secret Weapon

With over 500 publications, what we know about broccoli might change your dinner plate. Beats bacteria, raises glutathione levels, reduces inflammatory cytokines, and more…

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A Checklist for Severe ME/CFS

ME/CFS is not caused by deconditioning. However, those that are bed ridden or mostly immobile due to illness incur severe challenges compared to less severe cases.

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All About SIBO

Overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine can essentially “crowd-out” normal digestive processes at the intestinal surface leading to carbohydrate and protein malabsorption. Find out who is at risk of SIBO, how to test for it, and what to do to treat it.

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A Low FODMAP Diet for Gut Health

ME/CFS patients have rates of IBS higher than the general public. A low FODMAP diet is the best supported diet to improve the condition.

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Creatine for ME/CFS & Fibromyalgia

Creatine supplementation isn't just for athletes. New research illustrates the many other properties of creatine, suggesting supplementation may be beneficial in ME/CFS, depression, and fibromyalgia.

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Special Considerations for Severe ME/CFS: Movement

The detrimental effects of immobility on the whole person cannot be understated. Bed rest can prevent ME/CFS improvement. This post looks at the effects of immobility with a focus on muscle.

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Garlic for Gut Health

Love it or hate it, garlic is not to be ignored in the kitchen. Used for millennium for medical purposes, the culinary gem is extensively studied for immunity and antimicrobial properties.

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