Category: Food Allergies

Yeast Problems in Autism, ADHD and ADD

Poor attention is the common denominator among tipsy patrons at a bar, who otherwise may display striking individuality in response to their consumption of yeasty beverages. There are sad, sleep, happy, hyper, aggressive, hostile, insensitive, friendly, and apologetic drunks all of whom have consumed the same number of drinks. If tested, all would show poor ...

You Can Walk the Talk

Naturopathic Lifestyle: Read labels! All the following negatively impact your health: hydrogenated oils, Splenda, Equal, nitrites, nitrates high fructose corn syrup (GMO), sodium benzoate, or anything you can’t pronounce.  Topically avoid: sodium lauryl sulfate, parabens, petrolatum, mineral oil, and aluminum. Adopt a whole food diet, organic when possible, locally grown and in season. Aim for ...

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)

Naltrexone is a medicine that antagonizes/blocks various opioid receptors on cells. Naltrexone belongs to a family of opioid like compounds called endorphins. In large doses, it has been used to treat alcohol and opioid dependency. The immune system is regulated by endorphins such as naltrexone. Naltrexone used in low doses balances the immune system. Immune ...

FOOD ALLERGIES: A SUBSTITUTE FOR DAIRY PRODUCTS!

Finally, a dream come true.  Who doesn’t love cheesecake?  That wonderfully delicious treat that makes dessert or snack time so special! This indulgent treat does not have dairy, gluten, soy, eggs, or peanuts.  Finally, you can be happy and healthy and stay within your allergy free diet! Look for Daiya cheese and cheesecakes at your ...