Spotlight on IBD: Ulcerative Colitis

We shine our spotlight on Ulcerative Colitis (UC), one of the two most prevalent inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). The other is Crohn's disease. These are both considered autoimmune conditions in which a dysregulated adaptive immune system damages the intestinal wall.…

Trust Your Gut – the Microbiome & Autoimmunity

DrBonnie360 returns to Cambridge HealthTech Institute’s 2nd Annual Targeting the Microbiome Conference in Boston, MA on September 20. Highlighting the influence of the microbiome on autoimmune disease, DrBonnie360 will be presenting the latest in how the microbiome affects IBD, Celiac,…

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…

Low-FODMAP for 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,…

Personalized Nutrition to Modify Autoimmune Symptoms

By Bonnie Feldman, Tiffany Simms and Ellen M Martin Through our surveys of autoimmune patients and our Stanford Medicine X workshop, we found many autoimmune patients feeling ill-used and underserved by conventional medical care. Many other blogs and web sites…

One Size Does NOT Fit All

By Bonnie Feldman and Tiffany Simms There are no clear diet recommendations for treating autoimmune disease. This lack of clarity is confusing, with books and scientists of integrative medicine recommending all manner of options. Two examples of the differences within…

Does Diet Trigger Autoimmune Disease? Are We What We Eat?

Evidence is accumulating that diet could trigger autoimmune disease and flares. The bad news is that autoimmune patients may in all innocence be eating ordinary foods that make their conditions worse. The good news is that what you eat is…