On this episode of Dr. Em’s Functional Health Minute I’m going to talk to you about the different ways we can figure out what food sensitivities you have.
Not all cookware is considered safe by Functional Medicine standards. Read on to find out which products can leach toxins into your food (and should be avoided) and which ones are the ones we consider safest.
Today I invited Patrick Sullivan, CEO of JigSaw Health to my office so we could talk about the importance of magnesium and a magnesium study they recently completed and published in the Journal of American College of Nutrition. Magnesium is involved in over 300 different metabolic reactions in the body and thousands of enzymatic reactions so it’s pretty darn important! Learn more about their research, also referred to as the Scottsdale Magnesium Study, and the importance of magnesium in this video!
Get more recipes like this from Dr. Kara Fitzgerald. Our anti-allergy salad includes quercetin-rich apple, onion, parsley and broccoli sprouts combine with anthocyanins in blueberry and red onion, and omega-3 rich flaxseed and salmon to produce a potently anti-histamine meal for anyone suffering with seasonal allergies. For more information on combatting allergies naturally, read our…
Functional medicine is here to really figure out what all of your autoimmune triggers are, so that we can start reversing each of those things that turned on the autoimmune disease in the first place. Learn more about Functional Medicine’s role in treating Autoimmune Disease here!
SIBO can look different from patient to patient and it’s very common for it to overlap with other gastrointestinal disorders. Here are some common signs and symptoms of SIBO and strategies you can employ and track to see if symptoms improve.