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Autoimmune Diet Comparisons

Created by: Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA, Becca Malizia, BS, Hailey Motooka Using food therapy is often suggested when navigating complicated diseases like any autoimmune diseases. Many functional doctors will suggest following an autoimmune suggested protocol for mitigating symptoms and overall health. How do you know which one is best for your symptoms and your life?… Continue reading Autoimmune Diet Comparisons

Biohacking, food matters, lifestyle, microbiome, Uncategorized

Navigating Food in a World Where One Diet Does Not Fit All!

Written by: Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA, Becca Malizia, BS, Ellen M. Martin   It is easy to feel like an outsider in a digital world where everyone seems to be blogging, Instagramming, Tweeting, about the new diet or exercise that revolutionized their lives. It is easy to think that you alone are struggling to be… Continue reading Navigating Food in a World Where One Diet Does Not Fit All!

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The Healing Diet That Needs More TLC from Docs

For most of us, keeping an eye on our diets means trying our best not to gorge on all the leftover Halloween candy in one night or limiting the number of Big Macs we eat each month. But for people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, and gluten therapy-resistant Celiac disease, controlling… Continue reading The Healing Diet That Needs More TLC from Docs

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Apples, Oranges, and Irritable Bowels

How would you compare an apple and an orange? Well, it’s obvious. Apples and oranges look and taste different; you could pretty much compare anything between them and find some difference. But one of these differences, one that has a huge implication, isn’t so obvious at all: the difference in FODMAP content. Apples contain high amounts of FODMAPs… Continue reading Apples, Oranges, and Irritable Bowels

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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