If you are a person that struggles with food sensitivities, allergies, autoimmune disease, inflammatory bowel disease or leaky gut syndrome, then there is a chance that a class of vegetables called Nightshades could be contributing to your health condition.
Did you know that there is a strong connection between your gut health and your autoimmune disease? It could be the real reason behind your worst autoimmune symptoms.
The gut is the gateway to health. If your gut is healthy, chances are that you’re in good health. However, there’s a condition called leaky gut that can lead to a host of health problems.
‘Leaky gut can cause irritable bowel, joint pain, fatigue, cognitive problems, depression, allergies, congestions and rashes like eczema.’ Dr. Mark Hyman *Bone broths are a powerful lost food, this link explains exactly how to make them and heal your leaky gut syndrome*
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Detox Bath: Diseases caused by toxins in the body: Parkinson’s Alzheimer’s Dementia Heart disease Chronic fatigue syndrome Fibromyalgia syndrome Cancers Autoimmune diseases Food allergies Arthritis Digestive diseases Menstrual problems
If there is any suspected SIRS (Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome) or Sepsis, the following lab tests should be collected ASAP: ABG CBC, Complete Metabolic Blood Panel (CMP), Coagluation studies Chest xray, Cardiac enzymes Cultures of bowel, urine, sputum, or any other fluids Lactate levels Urine analysis EKG
Real life Shrek. Maurice Tillet was actually a very intelligent person who was a poet and writer. He could speak 14 languages. Tillet was born in 1903, and as a teenager he manifested a rare disease called acromegaly, which caused his bones to grow uncontrollably. As a result his body was disfigured, and he turned into what people back then referred to as “freak show”; He took advantage of his condition, turning into a pro wrestler called the “freak ogre of the ring”.
Magnesium deficiency is a condition that is often overlooked, yet it can be the cause or a contributing factor to several health problems. Take a look at this list to make sure you’re not experiencing signs of magnesium deficiency.
Researchers found that an uncommon microbe called Bilophila wadsworthia present in milk fat found high levels of B. wadsworthia in patients with appendicitis and other intestinal inflammatory disorders, including inflammatory bowel disease such as Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative Colitis. #crohns #UC #IBD
Foods for Baby. Do lightest colored VEGETABLES first. Squash, sweet potatoes, carrots. Then green beans, peas...ect. Make sure baby has them all for one week straight. Only introduce one new food at a time. Allergies may not appear first time. Then after baby is okay with all vegetables THEN do fruit. If you do fruit first baby might not eat vegetables.
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Too funny!! This is hilarious... but only if food allergies and sensitivities are your life! If you can relate, you'll get a kick out of this video. It gets funnier as it goes.
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If there’s one thing I can’t repeat enough, it’s that health (and illness) starts in your gut. If your gut isn’t healthy, you can suffer everything from unexplained weight gain to depression to autoimmune disorders. And way too many of us suffer from these ailments and a host of others simply because our intestines are in bad shape. Our lives are hectic, our standard American diet (SAD) is bad, and we’re paying the price. #guthealth #bonebroth #healthyliving #healthtips #bonebrothdoc
Cardamom is is well known for relief of nausea, especially morning sickness in pregnancy. It is primarily a tonic to the digestive system, and strengthens weak digestion. It is antispasmodic, and can be taken to relieve colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, indigestion and cramps. Cardamom also kills the bacteria responsible for bad breath. Cardamom has decongestant properties that make it useful in colds and congested breathing. Cardamom is perhaps the best source of a phytochemical called cin...