There has been an increase in the prevalence of food allergies over the past 20 years and it is now becoming an important public health issue.[1-3] Food allergies are defined as an adverse reaction arising from an immune response to a food or foods.
A number of chronic health concerns seen in children are linked to toxicity and resultant oxidative stress, enzyme dysfunction and inflammation. Some examples of these conditions include allergies and chemical sensitivities, immune dysfunction, neurological and behavioural conditions, and cardio-metabolic diseases.
The exposome is the lifetime accumulation of toxic burden, spanning from conception to present day and takes into account your genetic and epigenetic makeup as well as your detoxification capabilities which handle this load.
As excess copper intake and copper levels become increasingly common, molybdenum offers an effective resolution.
Could you recognise the subtle signs of mercury toxicity in patients? Exposure to mercury might be more common than you think! In this podcast we welcome back naturopath, Beth Bundy to share her experience in this area.
Looking at the complex interplay of exogenous and endogenous toxicity and the gut microbiota.
It's often an overlooked fact that paracetamol has a significant impact on glutathione in the body. So it's certainly something health professionals need to be considering.
The human body is being bombarded by toxins on a daily basis and what's more overwhelming is: what can we do about it and where do we start? This is exactly what Tabitha McIntosh does everyday in clinical practice, today she shares her insights with FX Medicine.