autoimmune research, lifestyle, mind-body, movement therapy, Uncategorized

DIY Yoga Therapy: Flexing Your Muscles and Spirit

Looking around, there’s a yoga studio on every corner. With classes, retreats, workshops, and teacher training, one could assume that Yoga has become a mainstream form of exercise. If you had any doubts, just look at the wide assortment of Yoga magazines that vie for your attention in the supermarket checkout lines. A recent NY… Continue reading DIY Yoga Therapy: Flexing Your Muscles and Spirit

Biohacking, lifestyle, patient stories, Uncategorized

DIY: What to Do with Information Overload

A Scientist Meets a Naturopath  I am not sure why, but I expected a personalized, spa-like center, similar to a yoga studio or an acupuncture office without the usual waiting times. Instead, I was greeted with a busy conventional looking office with phones ringing, too many helpers squished in a small front office and lots… Continue reading DIY: What to Do with Information Overload

autoimmune research, patient stories, Uncategorized

Coming Out of the Closet

By: Tiffany Simms, Bonnie Feldman, and Ellen M Martin  Autoimmunity has spent a long time in the shadows. It has a history of being under-served, under-recognized, and under-funded.  However, things are looking up. Just this past year, we’ve had hope from complementary medicine coming to the forefront and personalized nutrition getting easier. While these improvements… Continue reading Coming Out of the Closet

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Tinkering and Tweaking with Self Care

By Tiffany Simms, Bonnie Feldman, and Ellen M Martin While we wait for traditional medicine to catch up to our needs, will integrative practices be the way to go? Following Lilly, Julie, from It’s Just a Bad Day, further emphasizes how diet and lifestyle modifications have significantly improved her autoimmunity.   Having done so much research on… Continue reading Tinkering and Tweaking with Self Care