Making the move to a Paleo diet can be difficult. Here are some strategies you can use while transitioning to Paleo from our Health Coach, Kristen.
I recently sat down with Talia Lavor, PA to talk about autoimmunity, the immune system, and how to reduce your risk for acquiring an autoimmune disease.
Naltrexone is a prescription medication primarily known for curbing opioid withdrawals and cravings. Naltrexone also reduces alcohol cravings and limits effects if taken beforehand. However, we are finding that Naltrexone has many other conditions it helps treat, including autoimmune disease.
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!
Are You Trapped in a Vicious Health Cycle? The Gut Microbiome, Immune System Health, and Autoimmune Disease
The organisms living in your gut are abundant and a central part of your health. With over 80 percent of the immune system cells residing in your gut, a healthy microbiome is the foundation of your health. So, what makes a gut microbiome healthy? Let’s take a closer look.
Today the word “diet” carries the connotation that you’re restricting your food in some way, but Paleo nutrition doesn’t feel as though you’re dieting at all.
Did you know these seven deadly diseases may be rooted in abnormalities of your Gut Microbiome!?