Does Gluten Affect The Brain?

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Do you feel foggy, irritable, worried and overwhelmed?

Nutritional Therapists have long known that gluten is poison for the body and the brain, but now scientists and researchers are finally catching on too.

It all begins in the gut (where most disease begins) because we know that the gut and the brain . . . → Read More: Does Gluten Affect The Brain?

Is Leptin the Key to Weight Loss?

“Insulin” and “insulin resistance” have been the weight loss buzz words for some time now and rightfully so. Insulin is a hormone that dictates fat storage and has a host of other important functions in the body. However, leptin, a close relative to insulin, is the new “weight loss” hormone on the scene.

. . . → Read More: Is Leptin the Key to Weight Loss?

Thyroid Dysfunction

How Stress Causes Underactive Thyroid

The adrenals glands secrete hormones – such as cortisol, epinephrine and norepinephrine – that regulate the stress response.

Most people are familiar with mental and emotional stress but stress can also come from inside the body. Blood sugar swings, gut dysfunction, food intolerances (especially gluten), chronic infections, environmental toxins, . . . → Read More: Thyroid Dysfunction

Cellular Inflammation

There are two types of inflammation. The first type is an acute response to microbial infections or physical injuries (like a cut), which can often be perceived as pain or heat. The second type is inflammation that is below the perception of pain. This is cellular inflammation which can go on for years because . . . → Read More: Cellular Inflammation

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