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Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

4 things that trigger an IBS flare

Living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome can feel like you’re living on a razor blade, never knowing when your symptoms are going to flare. But the truth is, there are a number of common triggers (not all food-related) that can make your IBS worse. Avoiding them could mean enjoying more symptomless days, making life with your condition much easier…

Jenny Smiechowski

Why the FDA’s new food labeling rules put allergy sufferers at risk

When you have food allergies, you become very good at inspecting labels. That’s because, if you don’t, it could have serious consequences. But what if, despite all your careful label reading, you’re still exposed to a food allergen because it’s not listed on the label? That’s a food allergy sufferer’s worst nightmare. And the FDA’s new food labeling rules are making it more likely…

Jenny Smiechowski

8 foods that could fuel MS flare-ups

As the years go on, we learn more and more about multiple sclerosis (MS). For a long time, scientists suspected that MS was caused by a combination of environmental and genetic factors. But did you know food allergies may be a major piece of the puzzle?

Jenny Smiechowski

The little bug causing a big scary meat allergy

It’s amazing what a huge impact a little bug bite can have on your health and your life, especially if it’s a tick bite. Lyme disease is serious business. But there’s one tick-borne disease that’s not only life-altering, it’s outright bizarre…

Jenny Smiechowski

Does the sea hold the solution to your food allergies?

In this day and age, it seems like nearly everyone has some type of food allergy — gluten, dairy, soy, wheat, peanuts, shellfish, tree nuts. Chances are you’re avoiding one (if not more) of these allergens.

Dr. Michael Cutler

Doctor’s guide to testing for gut and nutrition health

You know that nutrition is the predominate factor leading to good health. Food allergies are notorious for promoting inflammation in the gut that also robs you of vital nutrients. These tips can help you avoid the pitfalls of poor gut health and guide you to some testing to zero in on the source of your problem.

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Disappearing supernutrient an allergy cure?

You already know foods like peanuts and shellfish can cause severe allergic reactions. But if you have joint pain, or get headaches in the afternoon, or you have some brain fog and can’t quite remember things sometimes … even if you just get irritable for no reason, it could be food allergies.

Dr. Isaac Eliaz

Leaky gut syndrome: Fixing the leaks and your body

It may start in the gut, but leaky gut syndrome affects numerous organs and systems throughout the body. For those facing leaky gut syndrome and the food sensitivities that fire it, the first step towards regaining good health is …

Dr. Isaac Eliaz

Leaky gut syndrome: When illness starts in the gut and overtakes the body

The stomach has ways of telling us when we’ve made a mistake. That’s usually when we reach for one of the many remedies that can alleviate the situation, from over-the-counter antacids, to home remedies like peppermint tea. In a short time, we get relief.

Dr. Michael Cutler

Digging deeper at the root of what’s making you sick

As a doctor who only wants to relieve my patients’ suffering, it can be frustrating working at getting to the root cause of an allergy — especially one causing chronic health issues.

Dr. Michael Cutler

Food allergy testing could relieve your health woes

Like most folks with a chronic ailment, you may not suspect that the very foods you are eating could cause your symptoms. Why not? Because you don’t feel an immediate reaction.

Dr. Michael Cutler

Lock down the triggers aiming to make you sick

When your doctor says your illness is “idiopathic,” don’t believe it! The “idiopathic” condition is one that has no known cause. Every illness has more than one cause — you just have to discover them.

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