Written by: Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA, Becca Malizia, BS, Ellen M. Martin Sometimes creative thinkers find inspiration in the most unusual places. While interviewing Dr. Josep Bassaganya-Riera, I found out that his work in nutritional and computational immunology started when he was training as a veterinarian in Spain. “Watching pigs die from infection and poor… Continue reading Dr. Bassaganya-Riera: Using Nutritional and Computational Immunology For Solving IBD
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, MS, RA, and Lupus, as well as pioneering companies working in this sphere. Here is… Continue reading Trust Your Gut – the Microbiome & Autoimmunity
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 the field are exemplified in the books The Inside Tract andThe Immune System Recovery Plan. While these… Continue reading One Size Does NOT Fit All
Today we discuss the microbiome and how it functions as an immune organ in the body. You can click on the above Nature animation to learn more about mucosal immunology. Balanced vs Unbalanced Gut Scientists examine the effects the gut microbiome has on the immune and mucosal system. A healthy microbiome is shown to regulate… Continue reading Is Your Gut Destroying You?
By Tiffany Simms and Bonnie Feldman “My doctors really didn’t have an answer” “The entire time my family doctor had no answer as to what was wrong with me” “No one in 7 years had ever thought to test me for an autoimmune disease” “The hospital staff thought I was faking it” “‘It’s different for… Continue reading Becoming Visible
A Pioneering Blueprint By Bonnie G. Feldman, Ellen M. Martin, and Tiffany Simms In researching the state of autoimmune disease from a patient perspective, I have uncovered multiple gaps across the care continuum. Despite the fact that at least 24-50 million1 Americans are living with autoimmune diseases and they are among the top ten causes… Continue reading Bridging the Autoimmune Abyss
With antibiotic resistance on the rise, we are in dire need for alternative treatments. Today we discuss one therapy in particular, Fecal Transplants. In this post we will reference different journal articles, blogs, and studies to give you a better idea of what this new therapy is all about. Early Evidence in Crohns A remarkable… Continue reading What Can Your Poop Do For You?