Posted on Jan 2nd 2019
We all know the saying, "you are what you eat," and for many of us the foods we eat are actually contributing to pain and inflammation. For many of us (almost a third of Americans, in fact), chronic pain is a companion that won't leave our side. No matter what we do. Daily activities such as chores around the house, picking up (grand)kids, or even dressing in the morning, are difficult.
Posted on Nov 16th 2018
Chronic joint pain is a debilitating issue that affects a large portion of the aging population, and is beginning to affect many younger people, too. According to predictions by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), by 2030, nearly 26% of the US adult population will be officially diagnosed with arthritis, and two-thirds of those will be women.
Posted on Apr 14th 2016
If you have an autoimmune disease, chronic inflammation, or signs of brain inflammation (such as brain fog), you may have noticed it can be tough to tame the inflammation. This is because the body can get trapped in vicious cycles that feed the inflammation.
Posted on Apr 7th 2016
It's an all-too-common scenario for teen girls today: That time of the month comes around they are home from school white-knuckling it through agonizing menstrual cramps, having only just endured a week of equally debilitating PMS depression and anxiety.
Posted on Mar 23rd 2016
If you've been googling how to manage your chronic health condition, chances are you're heard of leaky gut. Leaky gut is what it sounds like - the lining of the intestines have become â€œleaky," allowing undigested foods, bacteria, and other undesirables into the sterile bloodstream.
This causes system-wide inflammation that becomes chronic health issues: autoimmune diseases such as Hashimoto's hypothyroidism, chronic pain, brain fog, food allergies and sensitivities,Â depression, eczema, asthma, and myriad other complaints.