Foods That May Trigger Your Heartburn (GERD): Part 2

Foods That May Trigger Your Heartburn (GERD): Part 2

If you have GERD, there are certain foods that every known medium says you should avoid. The news, the internet, and even your doctor give you a list of foods that trigger GERD. A lot of people have heard that citrus and spicy foods aggravate GERD, but […]

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How to Optimize the Low FODMAP Diet so it Will Work For You!

How to Optimize the Low FODMAP Diet so it Will Work For You!

Some people have great results with the low FODMAP diet and others not so much. Is there any way to optimize the low FODMAP diet so that it can help more people achieve symptom relief from overgrowth in the gut while addressing its drawbacks? The low FODMAP […]

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Common Problems With Your Olive Oil and How to Find the Best

Common Problems With Your Olive Oil and How to Find the Best

Olive oil is one of the biggest offenders on the worldwide “food fraud” paradigm. In other words, companies blend their oils with cheaper vegetable oils and sell it as pure olive oil. This is extremely common, especially in Italy. How would you feel if you were a high profile chef, […]

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There is no MSG in Your Protein Powder!

There is no MSG in Your Protein Powder!

I am starting to see a trend of internet blog articles that suggest that certain proteins (whey or collagen) contain MSG. I can assure you that the authors are mistaken, and due to their lack of knowledge in biochemistry, and basic physics, they are also misleading the […]

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Toxoplasmosis Increases Rage, Impulse, and Mental Health Issues

Toxoplasmosis Increases Rage, Impulse, and Mental Health Issues

When will mainstream medicine admit that Toxoplasma gondii chronic infections cause many different mental disorders? For how long do we continue to treat these infections with anti-depressants and anti-psychotic medication? I hope that, one day we will treat and reduce these mental health issues with medications that […]

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Barrett’s Esophagus: What is it and What Can be Done to Hopefully Reverse It

Barrett's Esophagus: What is it and What Can be Done to Hopefully Reverse It

Barrett’s esophagus is an abnormal change in the cells in the lower part of the esophagus. Long-term GERD, LERD, bile acid reflux, or vomiting may cause the stratified squamous epithelium cells to be replaced by simple columnar epithelium with goblet cells.1 2 The reasoning behind this replacement […]

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