ABC’s of Healing

You know when you discover something life-changing and you want to tell everyone you know about it? That’s how I felt when I realized that the choices I make every day about what I put in my mouth, and how I choose to live my life can dramatically influence my health and the course of […]

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Last week I wrote about the connection between Leaky Gut and MS, and so I thought in order to complete the thought I’d talk a little bit more about how you may have developed leaky gut and what you can do to maintain and restore a healthy gut. How you got here… As you may […]

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I first heard the term “Leaky Gut” about 8 years ago, when a friend confided in me that she had been diagnosed with this funky condition. I thought it sounded disgusting and sort of sci-fi, and I didn’t look into it any further until I was faced with my own diagnosis of MS…and leaky gut. […]

Autoimmune disease are more common then ever. As I have mentioned in a previous post, there’s mounting evidence that our immune system misbehaves largely due to the fact that it is loaded down with countless environmental toxins to which we are currently exposed—toxins that disrupt communication between the brain and the rest of the body, […]

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As it gets colder out and we tend to stay inside more, we all become more susceptible to colds and influenza. But, just because you’re packed into a subway car with a bunch of sniffling and sneezing New Yorkers or your kid’s school class is singin’ the snotty blues doesn’t mean that you have to […]

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People ask me all the time how I stay on track and stick with my new healthy way of life without falling off the wagon. Truth is, it ain’t always easy! I have been able to completely squash any signs of MS thanks largely to the fact that I have committed myself fully to healing, […]

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One of the big picture concepts you have to understand before you embark on healing from any sort of chronic conditions is the concept of taking the pressure off. What kind of pressure am I talking about? Think of it this way, the average person spends close to 9 hours per day infront of some […]

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If you’re feeling tired, bloated, itchy or achy after eating a plate of pasta or a sandwich, you’re probably singin’ the wheat belly blues thanks to a little group of proteins called gluten. Gluten is found in Wheat, Barley, Rye, Semolina, Spelt, Couscous and Bulgur, and is probably the most concentrated in wheat… wheat is […]

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I’ve been a big fan of yoga since I discovered it in college, and in recent years it has become an increasingly important tool in my healing process. Yoga has a way of taking me out of my head and plugging me into the now. It’s a place where I feel strong, connected, whole and […]

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Everyone knows inflammation: you bump your head and get a bruise, or wake up with a sore throat. The pain, swelling and redness you feel in situations like these is due to the body’s response to trauma and it’s mechanism for protecting the injury so it can heal. Inflammation is good….in this case. There’s also […]

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