Monthly Archives: February 2012

Oh, Enticing Gluten !

A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association looked at almost 30,000 patients from 1969 to 2008 and examined deaths in three groups: Those with full-blown celiac disease, those with inflammation of their intestine but not … Continue reading

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Quinoa with Coconut and Beet Greens

Last week, my MRT – Mediator Release Testing results were in and on Sunday I began my anti-inflammatory protocol. For those who do not know, MRT is a blood test that helps to identify food sensitivites. In one of the next blogs, … Continue reading

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What’s New on the Food As Medicine Frontier?

Recent science shows that food is not only calories…it is information to our genes.    We’ve always known you are what you eat….but we now know that food literally turns on and off gene expression.  We are born with a certain … Continue reading

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Dysfunction Precedes Pathology

Rather than thinking about chronic disease, such as Type 2 diabetes as a “black or white” condition, consider that health and disease exist on a spectrum or “continuum”. First there is cellular dysfunction, then comes pathology and disease. In the … Continue reading

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