Novel diet therapy helps children with crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis reach remission

This article is reviewing a study that used nutritional modifications to include the specific carbohydrate diet to help children with inflammatory bowel diseases.  In my opinion, the specific carbohydrate diet is just getting “junk phood” out of the  children’s diets.  This diet is described as “a nutritionally balanced diet that removes grains, dairy, processed foods and sugars, except for…

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Acupuncture for Depression: The Mechanism Underlying Its Therapeutic Effect

This is the title of a study published in Medical Acupuncture. The authors looked up different underlying chemical pathways known to be involved with depression, and they found that acupuncture treatment actually seems to affect them, and may be why some people with depression respond to treatment. To cite this article: Muthmainah and Nurwati Ida. Medical…

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Christine – Knee Pain For 1 Year

Meet Christine. She’s been having right knee pain over the past year.  She had 4 weeks of pre-surgical physical therapy, then surgery to fix her torn meniscus, then 6 weeks of physical therapy after the surgery, and her KNEE STILL HURTS! This video shows, with her permission, how she responded to her first Trigenics® treatment here:

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If Cholesterol Goes Up After 60 Years Old, You May Benefit

Here is an article in the British Medical Journal that reports that as your “bad” cholesterol goes up after 60 years old, you may live as long or longer than those with lower levels of “bad” cholesterol. BMJ Open Cardiovascular medicine Volume 6, Issue 6 Research Lack of an association or an inverse association between…

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Parke County Pumpkin-Cream Cheese Roll Low-Carb Recipe

Parke County Pumpkin-Cream Cheese Roll Low-Carb Recipe From CarbSmart Low-Carb & Gluten-Free Holiday Entertaining Cookbook The first time I tasted these rolls, I was cycling with my newish-husband through the gorgeous orange and red hills at the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival of Parke County Indiana–I say “of” because the festival is the entire county;…

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Paleo Shrimp Scampi

This Paleo Shrimp Scampi is an easy way to enjoy a classic seafood dish without all the gluten or carbohydrates from pasta. This recipe is a great meal option for those who prefer meals that are low in carbohydrates. Course-Main Dish Protocol-Elimination Diet, Paleo, Standard Servings  2 Ingredients 1 spaghetti squash cut in half lengthwise,…

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What Home Remedies for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Are There?

Written by Hannah Nichols Reviewed by Beth Holloway RN, M.Ed. Last reviewed: Tue 20 December 2016 Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common condition that causes numbness, tingling, and sometimes pain in the fingers and the hand. Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) ranges from mild to severe. Proper treatment can often restore the functioning of the hand…

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Improvement with gluten restriction in irritable bowel syndrome.

A study that came out this past October, showed that a gluten diet may worsen the symptoms of IBS patients. Therefore, some form of gluten sensitivity other than celiac disease exists in some of them, and patients with IBS may benefit from gluten restrictions. Intest Res. 2016 Oct; 14(4): 343–350. Published online 2016 Oct 17. doi: …

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Can a hair salon sink wash be a stroke risk?

12 December 2016 A man who suffered a stroke after getting his hair washed in a salon has been talking about his “life-changing injury”. Doctors who treated him said it was likely to have been a case of “beauty parlour syndrome” – which can occur when the neck is over-extended. This can damage arteries, which…

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A Study on Fats That Doesn’t Fit the Story Line

Aaron E. Carroll APRIL 15, 2016 There was a lot of news this week about a study, published in the medical journal BMJ, that looked at how diet affects heart health. The results were unexpected because they challenged the conventional thinking on saturated fats. And the data were very old, from the late 1960s and…

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