ME/CFS: A new name for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Mar 25, 14 ME/CFS: A new name for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), a condition of severe, chronic tiredness, is a well-known term in the medical world and affects between one and four million people in the United States. However, since it was coined in 1988, considerable controversy has arisen over the term CFS. Many patients, advocacy groups, and experts believe...

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Transition successfully to a special diet

Mar 19, 14 Transition successfully to a special diet

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Are you considering going on a special diet, such as the autoimmune Paleo diet, the leaky gut diet, the SCD diet, or the GAPS diet? The thought of a major diet change can bring feelings of uncertainty and questions such as, “Can I handle this? What do I eat for breakfast?” Food powerfully impacts our emotions, and dietary changes...

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How to go gluten-free the right way

Mar 11, 14 How to go gluten-free the right way

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Anyone concerned with health and wellness has heard about the gluten-free diet. Eliminating gluten is critical for those who have celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity. What many gluten-free newcomers don’t realize is that many common gluten-free foods contain ingredients that just promote a different set of health...

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The functional medicine approach to high blood pressure

Mar 05, 14 The functional medicine approach to high blood pressure

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The most commonly diagnosed medical condition in the United States is high blood pressure, or hypertension, and blood pressure medications are among the top 10 most commonly prescribed drugs. However, these medications can cause undesirable side effects. It’s better to address the underlying causes of high blood pressure—research...

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