At least 50 million Americans have some form of autoimmune disease, and some individuals may even live with more than one.
To experts go head-to-head. The verdict may surprise you.
Sugar is what makes food sweet, and your body uses it as a source of energy. But too much sugar is a major problem, and excessive consumption is now known to be a driving force in the epidemic of obesity and diet-related disease plaguing the Western world.
If you spend any time in the kitchen, you are likely familiar with garlic - if not with the taste, then at least with its pungent smell.
How important is nutrition to you? Do you fast or detox frequently? Just like the way you would change the oil in your vehicle to keep it running smoothly, similarly, you would want to give your body a chance to cleanse itself at the cellular level.
Eating the wrong foods can make us sick, but choosing the right ones can heal us and help prevent disease.
Did you know that microwaving your food is one of the most damaging things you can do to reduce food quality and nutrition (and your health)?
There are probably worse ways to ruin the nutritional value of food and, indirectly, your health.
It’s not always easy to spot parasitic infections since not all of them exhibit symptoms.
When David Perlmutter MD, FACN, ABIHM, board-certified neurologist and New York Times bestselling author, originally published his book, “Grain Brain: The Surprising Truth about Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar—Your Brain's Silent Killers,” the medical community did not actively embrace the ideas put forward.