Today we’re going to dive into exactly how viral infections like COVID-19 can potentially trigger autoimmunity and what you can do to protect yourself.
A growing number of people are suffering from the effects of neverending exposure to this radiation. And left unchecked, this exposure leads to a condition known as electrohypersensitivity.
In this article, we’re going to dive into new research speculating that COVID-19 may be able to manipulate a natural immune response known as autophagy – or self-eating cells.
Today we’re going to dive into interleukin-6’s role in immune function – and more importantly, how to keep your levels in check so your immune system runs at full force.
There is increasing evidence that COVID-19 isn’t your typical virus. Thankfully many researchers, scientists and doctors are observing trends that are changing the way we are treating it in hospitals and at home.
As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads and intensifies, you’re likely looking for ways to better protect yourself and your loved ones. When it comes to defending yourself against coronavirus, having a healthy and strong immune system that’s firing on all cylinders, is more important than ever.
Let’s take a look at exactly how you can best protect yourself from coronavirus while living with Lyme disease.
It’s early 2020 and Coronavirus has been officially declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. The Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is an airborne virus whose symptoms can range from non-existent to life-threatening.
So before you book your next excursion, implement these healthy travel hacks to protect yourself and keep yourself feeling great on the go.
As we step into the first few months of 2020, it seems like everywhere you turn, someone is talking about the dreaded coronavirus. Talk of coronavirus has incited a rising panic – with people across the globe preparing for the worst.
Recently, more research has been published that may bring us a little closer to identifying the culprit responsible for causing chronic fatigue syndrome – the vagus nerve. Let’s take a look at the fascinating research behind how the vagus nerve can cause chronic fatigue – and how it might just be the answer to beating this complicated disorder.
There’s no denying that we live in an increasingly toxic world. Nearly everything we come in contact with seems to be contaminated. And there’s an endless number of harmful substances all around us. One of the toxic chemicals that’s been garnering more and more attention recently, are polychlorinated biphenyls – also known as PCB’s.
Let’s take a look at exactly why EMFs are harmful, how the up and coming 5G technology will impact EMFs, and how you can protect yourself and your loved ones from their effects.
Whether you’re looking to improve the state of your current home or looking into buying a home, when you have multiple chemical sensitivities every detail makes a difference to your health. There aren’t many resources available on this, and since I’ve struggled with home issues myself I wanted to provide you with a helpful resource on making your house more of a home.
The truth is, no matter how hard we try, many of us are likely not getting all of the vitamins and basic nutrients we need. Combine that with chronic stress, environmental pollution, and nutrient-depleted foods, and it’s not a surprise that so many people are suffering from chronic illnesses. But intravenous (IV) vitamin therapy may just be what you need to revitalize your body at the cellular level.
Are Pollutants Causing Heart Disease and Type 2 Diabetes? The Link Between Persistent Organic Pollutants and Metabolic Syndrome
So, if lack of exercise and unhealthy diet don’t explain the whole story, what does? In this article, we’ll find out why some researchers suggest that exposure to environmental pollutants are a major contributing factor to metabolic syndrome.
So you might be thinking — these are all healthy ingredients, so green juice must be healthy, right? Well, not necessarily. Some of the star superfoods in green drinks, like kale and broccoli, maybe hiding a dangerous secret: high levels of heavy metals, particularly thallium.
Recently, a drug called disulfiram has been receiving lots of attention for its broad range of potential uses. So, can one drug deter alcohol use, kill antibiotic-resistant bacteria, treat cancer, and eradicate Lyme disease? Let’s find out.
If there is one disease I ask my patients to have on their minds, it’s type 2 diabetes. According to the 2017 report from the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 100 million Americans have diabetes (30.3 million) or prediabetes (84.1 million).1 This means that nearly half of Americans have the disease or its precursor.
In the War Against Opioids, We Need Alternatives. Here’s How to Manage Chronic Pain Without Putting Your Life at Risk
“As long as you feel pain, you’re still alive.”
As a doctor, I’ve listened to many patients tell me that pain is a normal part of life. Some may even call it essential.