You have seen too many people, adults and teenagers alike, glued to their TV or smart phone screens during meal times, as if they are too busy to spare a few minutes for a hearty meal with family or friends.
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Oregon State University researchers look at the essential role played by the gut and gut microbes in the immune system.
Problems ranging from autoimmune disease to clinical depression and simple obesity may in fact be linked to immune dysfunction that begins with a “failure to communicate” in the human gut, the scientists say.
We are honored to present Dr. Leo Galland’s original video series “Nutritional Therapy for Inflammatory Bowel Disease” (I.B.D.). Dr. Galland gave this lecture at the Jill Roberts Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center, New York Presbyterian Hospital/Cornell University Medical School on March 5, 2013. This eight part video series was created by a grant from the Foundation for Integrated Medicine and is being hosted by Pill Advised.
In Chapter 1 of the series Dr. Leo Galland discusses how nutritional deficiencies are common in people with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, interfering with mechanisms of healing and contributing to complications of inflammatory bowel disease.