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4 Factors That Inhibit Your Vitamin D Receptor (VDR)

It is now becoming clear that attempting to test for and correct Vitamin D deficiencies is far more ...

A microorganisms’ journey between plant generations

Biological material We used the clonal, perennial herb Glechoma hederacea, which is a common model for studying clonal plant response to environmental constraints [24...

Baby’s First Bacteria: When Does the Microbiome Begin?

David Perlmutter M.D. - Empowering Neurologist: The food, the facts, the science to control your genetic destiny. We often talk about the importance of method of birth on a newborn’s health, not onl...

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Canola Oil Debate...

Canola oil is still hotly debated with s

Canola Oil Debate...

Canola oil is still hotly debated with s

Canola Oil Debate...

Canola oil is still hotly debated with s

Canola Oil Debate...

Canola oil is still hotly debated with s

Canola Oil Debate...

Canola oil is still hotly debated with s

Canola Oil Debate

May 4, 2018/12:23 am

Canola oil is still hotly debated with some studies suggesting health benefits, while arguments against it include its erucic acid content and its processing. Read more... Source: Deanna Minich...

Canola Oil Debate

May 4, 2018/12:21 am

Canola oil is still hotly debated with some studies suggesting health benefits, while arguments against it include its erucic acid content and its processing. Read more... Source: Deanna Minich...

The Broken Brain Podcast: Episode 1 with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee

May 3, 2018/7:32 pm

Hi! Dr. Hyman here…welcome to our very first installment of The Broken Brain Podcast! I am so excited to continue the conversation about brain health with you in this forum—digging deeper...

The Broken Brain Podcast: Episode 1 with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee

May 3, 2018/7:29 pm

Hi! Dr. Hyman here…welcome to our very first installment of The Broken Brain Podcast! I am so excited to continue the conversation about brain health with you in this forum—digging deeper...

Optimizing the Nasal Biome: Marcons, Mold & Probiotics

May 3, 2018/7:16 pm

One of the major complications of CIRS and mold illness is a type of sinus infection known as marcons. Marcons stands for Multiple Antibiotic Resistant Coagulase Negative Staphylococci. Marcons is a ...

Mind the gut: genomic insights to population divergence and gut microbial composition of two marine keystone species

May 3, 2018/3:31 pm

Deciphering the mechanisms governing population genetic divergence and local adaptation across heterogeneous environments is a central theme in marine ecology and conservation. While population diverg...

Psychoneuroimmunology: A Conversation with Dr. Mario Martinez

May 2, 2018/12:11 am

Psychoneuroimmunology is a scientific effort to break down the wall between the mind and the body. But there is something that rat studies of the immune and endocrine features of emotional states can...

Caprese Salad featuring Punk Rawk Dairy-Free Cheese

May 1, 2018/5:13 pm

Today, I’m sharing a recipe from the wonderful folks over at Punk Rawk Labs. They make amazing gourmet, dairy-free cheeses by fermenting high-quality nut milks. Owned by two women with autoimmune ...

Caprese Salad featuring Punk Rawk Dairy-Free Cheese

May 1, 2018/5:11 pm

Today, I’m sharing a recipe from the wonderful folks over at Punk Rawk Labs. They make amazing gourmet, dairy-free cheeses by fermenting high-quality nut milks. Owned by two women with autoimmune ...

Phthalates in Personal-Care Products

May 1, 2018/4:27 pm

Patricia S. Lemer, MEd, NCC fills us in about the dangers of phthalates, another family of toxic chemicals, in this blog post. Phthalates (pronounced THAY-lates) are plasticizers used to add texture...