Methylation Assessment using Functional Pathology. Why should we do it and what does, and doesn't it tell us about our health?
There is an epidemic of autoimmunity sweeping the health care landscape and the thyroid is part of the fall out. Today's podcast gives some strategy to rebalancing these issues with integrative medicine.
This meta-analysis is one of the first to use blood biomarkers instead of self-reported consumption to determine benefit to coronary heart disease risk.
Looking at the pathological effect of gluten. What role does genetics, zonulin and leaky gut play in immune dysfunction or the development of auto-immune disease?
There’s a small, but significant revolution going on in our understanding of heart disease risk factor markers.
Prolonged stress makes our bodies produce more cortisol, which is great if we are cavewomen and need to escape from marauding tribes, but not so great if we have to deal with everyday work problems.
How do we assess patients for intestinal permeability? Naturopath, Beth Bundy takes us through functional pathology options.
In this episode of the podcast we're joined by Beth Bundy to cover the importance of the liver in detoxification and how the integrative medicine practitioner approaches assessing liver function.