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Improve your patients’ health by understanding the causes and symptoms of chronic inflammation and disease with the Inflammation Resource Centre. A majority of lifestyle diseases and early stage disease development are a result of unresolved inflammatory responses. Controlling inflammation is crucial to human health. This learning centre on chronic inflammatory diseases offers case studies, clinical research and opinion columns by leading experts in integrative care.

 

 

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The Sugar Solution by JJ Virgin

In this video, JJ Virgin introduces a new way to rate sugar based on its impact on the body, expanding on her concept that the body isn’t a bank account, it’s a chemistry lab, and food sends powerful chemical messages. Sugar is finally getting the attention it deserves. Following in the footsteps of the American […]

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Organic Farming vs Conventional Farming Methods, By Andrew Campbell MD

The Annals of Internal Medicine published a review on organic farming by Dr Crystal Smith-Spangler and others titled: “Are Organic Foods Safer or Healthier Than Conventional Alternatives?” The article states: “The purpose of this study is to comprehensively synthesize the published literature on the health, nutritional, and safety characteristics of organic and conventional foods.”1 (This […]

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Chronic Inflammation and the Western Diet

Chronic inflammation is the 21st century’s leading health epidemic. It is the single common factor that contributes to the development and progression of chronic illnesses, many of which can be caused and modified by diet. As seen in this commentary by John Neustadt, ND, pathologies once viewed as unrelated are now grouped into the category […]

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Martha Stark, MD: What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger

Martha Stark, Speaker INFLAMMATION, COOLING THE HEAT, Sept. 30 – Oct. 1, 2016. From the Today’s Practitioner archives. This is an interview with Dr Martha Stark, MD., a  clinical instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and a teaching and supervising analyst at the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis. Introduction Dr Stark is clinical instructor in […]

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Aristo Vojdani & Gulf War Veteran Research

Aristo Vojdani, PhD, is a respected researcher, scientist, speaker and author. He has published over 120 articles in peer reviewed scientific journals, is a multiple US patent holder for laboratory assays, and has received the Herbert J. Rinkle Award from the American Academy of Environmental Medicine for excellence in teaching the techniques of environmental medicine… […]

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TOP READ: Sustainable Diet Mirrors Anti-Inflammatory Diet

By Kimberly Lord Stewart At the 2015, Healthy Kitchens, Healthy Lives (HKHL) conference at the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone, St. Helena, health care providers learned the benefits of healthy diets and the pleasure of culinary arts to inspire their patients to lead a healthier life. No matter the topic, a continuous thread wove […]

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TOP READ: Human Clinical: Selenium Yeast Reduces Oxidative Stress In Men

For the first time ever, researchers have made a significant positive connection between biomarkers of oxidative sress, a standardized form of selenium-enriched yeast and reduced prostate cancer risk. Results from long-term clinical trial suggest that selenium-enriched yeast (SY), in a dose-dependent, standardized form from SelenoExcell, but not selenomethionine (SeMet) may be effective at reducing prostate […]

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Tart Cherries for Peripheral Polyneuropathies

By Cindy Alberts Carson, MD, FACP, ABIHM The use of tart cherries for gout and joint pain has transitioned from a home remedy to a clinically supported treatment. In this study, published in Integrative Medicine A Clinician’s Journal, Cindy Alberta, MD examines whether the same biochemical reactions that reduce inflammation, pain and edema for gout […]

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Artificial Sweeteners Linked to Diabetes

Pink, yellow, or blue? Each of these non-caloric sweeteners may be contributing to the global epidemic of diabetes. The study published in Nature today (Sept. 17, 2014), shows the non-nutritive sweeteners, saccharin, sucralose and aspartame, could actually hasten the development of glucose intolerance and metabolic (more…)To gain access to this article and the rest of […]

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Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Polyphenols Improve HDL

Olive oil polyphenols are known for beneficial properties that reduce cardiovascular risk factors. Consumption is a cornerstone of the Mediterranean diet for its ability to produce health high-density lipoprotein profiles (HDL). However, data on polyphenol effects of HDL quality are scarce. This study assessed whether polyphenol-rich (more…)To gain access to this article and the rest […]

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