Probiotics Maximize Beneficial Gut Bacteria

Probiotics Maximize Beneficial Gut Bacteria (Source) Beneficial Bacteria: An Army of Billions Probiotics Maximize Beneficial Gut Bacteria – When you are healthy, over 100 trillion microorganisms, from some 400 different species, flourish in your intestinal...

Autoimmune Disease Environmental Factors

Autoimmune Disease Environmental Factors Health-e-Solutions comment: This excellent survey of the current state of assessing environmental factors as a contributor to the development of autoimmune diseases such as type 1 diabetes helps identify the challenges to...

Avoiding What May Come Down the Road

Avoiding What May Come Down the Road Health-e-Solutions comment: Are you concerned about what may lie ahead with diabetes? It is a good reason to begin now to change your trajectory by transforming your lifestyle for thriving health. As this awesome mother of two...

Cow Milk Fruit Juice Intake May Advance Beta Cell Autoimmunity

Cow Milk Fruit Juice Intake May Advance Beta Cell Autoimmunity (Abstract) Cow Milk Fruit Juice Intake May Advance Beta Cell Autoimmunity – OBJECTIVE: To assess prospectively whether longitudinal food intakes during childhood, especially the intake of cow milk–...

Eating Well Heals Body Systems Cures Diseases

Eating Well Heals Body Systems Cures Diseases Eating Well Heals Body Systems Cures Diseases – We are grateful for, and we agree with much of the work Dr Mark Hyman has done to enlighten our nation regarding the dangers and benefits of food to our health and...

Do Hidden Opiates Explain Food Addictions?

Do Hidden Opiates Explain Food Addictions? Health-e-Solutions comment: Do Hidden Opiates Explain Food Addictions? This interesting article, written by Sayer Ji, founder of GreenMedInfo.com elucidates a compelling reason it may be so difficult for some of us to break...

Confirmed Anew: Cow Milk May Trigger Type 1 Diabetes

(Source) For quite some time the link between juvenile onset diabetes (type 1) and cow’s milk consumption has been noted in the scientific literature. In genetically susceptible individuals the consumption of cow’s milk may trigger an autoimmune destruction of the...

6 Dirty Secrets You Should Know about Big Food

(Excerpt) Last year, Big Ag and the food industry in general had successfully lobbied legislation in some states to prohibit undercover photos and videos from being taken of factory farming livestock scenarios and disallowed mainstream media outlets from receiving and...

Understanding Gluten Cross-Reactivity

For those 20% with celiac disease or gluten-intolerance/ sensitivity (whether diagnosed or not), it is critical to understand the concept of gluten cross-reactivity.  Essentially, when your body creates antibodies against gluten, those same antibodies also recognize...

Gluten Sensitivity, Intolerance and Thyroid Issues

(Excerpt) In the past several years, we have seen an outbreak of issues related to gluten.  Many people are asking if this is for real or if it’s just the next health fad.  This article addresses the issue. Gluten Sensitivity and Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis...

Documentary Exposes Disturbing Truths about Processed Milk

(Excerpt) The processed milk industry spends millions of dollars a year marketing the myth that pasteurized, homogenized milk and milk products are health-promoting, and that the calcium in these products helps build strong bones. But the documentary Got the Facts on...

Health-e-Tip: What to Look For with Food Allergies

(Excerpt) It isn’t rare to see medical research these days dedicated to food allergies. It is widely reported that food allergies occur in 3 to 4 percent of adults and 6 to 8 percent of children. Food allergies should be taken seriously, often they can cause a...

Diabetes: Preventable, Reversible Entirely

Diabetes: Preventable, Reversible Entirely (Excerpt) Health-e-Solutions comment: Sayer Ji, the author of this thought-provoking and controversial article, Diabetes: Preventable, Reversible Entirely, is the founder of GreenMedInfo.com and the author of The Dark Side of...

What Prolongs the Shelf Life of Conventionally Grown Produce

(Excerpt) There is no single practice that is used across the board to prolong the shelf life of fruits and vegetables. Prior to 1986, especially in salad bars, it was very common practice to prolong the shelf life of fresh fruits and vegetables with sulfites....

Case Study: Chiropractic Care Improves Type I Diabetes

(Excerpt) A large UK study has revealed that type 1 diabetes has increased 5-fold in children less than 5 years of age between the years of 1985 and 2004. During those same years there was a doubling in children under 15 years of age being diagnosed with type I...

Incorporating Type 1 Diabetes Prevention into Clinical Practice

(Excerpt) In families with established type 1 diabetes, all first-degree relatives, including the parents of the proband (if they are < 45 years of age) are at increased risk for type 1 diabetes [because of the genetic link] and should be counseled regarding this...

Foods Even Food Safety Experts Won’t Eat

(Excerpt) Guess what some food safety experts won’t even eat according to Liz Vaccariello from prevention magazine. 1. Canned Tomatoes The expert: Fredrick vom Saal, PhD, an endocrinologist at the University of Missouri who studies bisphenol-A The problem: The resin...

Interaction of Gene-Environment Triggers of Type 1 Diabetes

(Excerpt) We have to keep in mind that we most likely have a complex interplay between various phenomena involved in the development of beta-cell autoimmunity and [type 1 diabetes]. There are definitely gene–gene, gene–environment, and environment–environment...

‘Tis the Season!

As we all know, the holidays are a notorious time for over-indulgence. Great meals, holiday parties, lots of presents and an overabundance of sugary treats are readily available during this time of year. It may do us good to shift our focus away from traditional...

The Cantin Ketogenic Diet

Hippocrates once said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food,”  and that is exactly what Elaine Cantin describes in her book, The Cantin Ketogenic Diet For Cancer, Type 1 Diabetes and Other Ailments. We could not agree more! Elaine describes a...

5 Steps to Kill Hidden Bad Bugs in Your Gut that Make You Sick

(Excerpt) Doctors are trained to identify diseases by where they are located. If you have asthma, it’s considered a lung problem; if you have rheumatoid arthritis, it must be a joint problem; if you have acne, doctors see it as a skin problem; if you are overweight,...