Written by: Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA, Becca Malizia, BS The Holidays can be a difficult time of year for anyone trying to mind their waistline, let alone suffer from an autoimmune disease. Holiday sweets like candy and cookies are everywhere, and smells of hot cocoa and sugar filled lattes waft through the air. Not to… Continue reading Tasty Holiday Recipes for Autoimmune Diets
Written by: Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA, Becca Malizia, BS Recent research has begun illuminating the potential therapeutic benefits of curcumin, the main component of turmeric (1). Research shows that curcumin acts as a powerful antioxidant, and therefore is a naturally strong anti-inflammatory (2, 3, 4). Anti-inflammatory foods are of great importance to autoimmune patients as… Continue reading Our Favorite Turmeric Recipes for Reduced Inflammation
Written by: Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA, Becca Malizia, BS, Ellen M. Martin As many of you know, I suffer from a plethora of autoimmune symptoms. Over the years I have been to countless doctors, received numerous diagnoses, and continue to fight this battle with autoimmune disease (or autoinflammatory, or immune-mediated, depending on who you talk… Continue reading A Deep Dive Into Diets: Comparing Autoimmunity Suggested Protocols
Vegetables have always been the vanguard to healthy eating. Seemingly since the dawn of time, parents have struggled to ensure their resistant children get enough greens, at least until the point when they realize that eating these bland, sometimes bitter, leaves are actually a worthy sacrifice in the name of good health. And yes, while… Continue reading Vegetables: A Diet Must-Have!
In this day and age of social connectivity and communication, ideas and movements have the potential to spread like wildfire. You could say that possibly anything could go viral, even a diet. Traditionally, diets are not something you would expect to go viral, but with the tidal wave of health conscious consumers, fad diets have become… Continue reading Ancient Eating Gone Wild: Paleo, Fact or Fiction?
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