Autophagy is important in protecting the body from chronic disease. This can be induced by a ketogenic diet, short-term fasting, and exercise. Learn more about autophagy, its benefits, and how you can induce it so that you can keep disease at bay.
Did you know there are about 150 autoimmune diseases, and they are the leading cause of disability and death for more than 23.5 million Americans. These diseases can affect any part of the body from the thyroid to the muscles to the eyes and more. Find a short synopsis for each in this article.
If your child has been diagnosed with Celiac Disease ("Celiac"), know that it can be reversed or healed within three to 24 months by eating a gluten-free diet. Learn why children get the disease, as well as what foods to avoid and to include in your child's diet.
More and more people are being diagnosed with Celiac Disease ("Celiac"), the only autoimmune disease with a known cause. Fortunately, this disease can be reversed by eliminating gluten protein from the diet. Learn what really causes the Celiac and a gluten sensitivity, as well as what it does to the body.
Are you counting on your doctor to understand your thyroid labs? Unless you're seeing a specialist in endocrinology or thyroid problems, you may not get the answers you deserve. Learn how to understand what type of thyroid disease you may have based on your thyroid panel test results.
Affecting one in 200 people in the United States, Graves' Disease is a serious condition characterized by an overactive thyroid. Find out what causes Graves' Disease, and learn about its risk influence.
One of the most diagnosed autoimmune diseases today is Hashimoto's Disease, characterized by inflammation of the thyroid gland. Learn about the risk influences for this disease and what it does to the body.
As the most prescribed drug in the United States, levothyroxine for hypothyroidism doesn't come without side effects. If your doctor has prescribed this drug for your condition, please read this article before you consume it.
Have you been taking prescription medication for hypothyroidism and still not feeling well? If so, you may be a great candidate for natural therapy for treating hypothyroidism. Learn about the supplements and botanicals that can do more than just mask your symptoms.