Environmental Pollutants & the Microbiome

In a recently published Frontiers in Medicine review, the bidirectional interactions between environmental toxicants and the gut microbiota were examined, highlighting the complex relationship between the composition of the microbiota and xenobiotic metabolism. Given that for most people the greatest source of exposure to pollutants is via diet and waterRead

Chemical Intolerance and Chronic Illness

Speaker: Mark Campbell Force, DC   Chemical intolerance is often the common denominator for patients with chronic and complex illnesses that frustrate clear diagnoses and are unresponsive to care. How common? Research indicates that one in five patients are seeking care because of chemical intolerance. Learn how to screen patientsRead

Rearranging the Furniture Unlocks Well-Being

Is your bed facing the wrong way for wellness? According to a study in Global Advances in Health & Medicine, the direction of furniture, doors, and other objects in a home or building can influence a person’s physical and mental health.  Researchers from Maharishi International University in Fairfield, Iowa examinedRead