By Dr. Terry Wahls, MD
When you were diagnosed with your autoimmune health problems, you might have been wise enough to ask your doctor about diet and what you could do yourself to reduce the symptoms and pain associated with your diagnosis.
Unfortunately, most physicians today would shrug off that question and tell you there is no evidence that diet makes any difference. Your physician probably told you that Continue reading »
By Dr. Deanna Minich
One of the biggest, unrecognized sources of toxicity is travel.
There are many layers of chemicals stacking up as you go from home to your destination: Continue reading »
By Dr. Benjamin I. Brown
Organophosphate pesticides are ever-present in our environment, especially in our food.
These pesticides are linked to health problems in children and several important chronic diseases in adults. New research has shown that eating organic can help reduce Continue reading »
by Joe Pizzorno, ND
Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are defined as, “Organic compounds that are resistant to environmental degradation through chemical, biological, and photolytic processes.” Continue reading »
By Dr. Amy Myers
Toxins are all around us.
For optimal heath, it’s important to reduce our exposure to chemicals and toxins.
Here are 10 tips to help you keep your home and work environment clean and green. Continue reading »