In order for autoimmune disease to develop, three different things need to be present – a genetic predisposition, intestinal permeability (“leaky gut”) and a “trigger.”
The adrenals are responsible for the fine tuning many of your body’s processes and regulating your sex hormones. If they fail to work correctly, there is a direct effect on your well being.
Menopause and the male equivalent, andropause, are normal processes of aging, however, the symptoms associated with either are often frustrating, confusing, and often depressing.
Here’s my Fully Functional® approach to get there and what I specifically do to protect and repair my GI system after antibiotic use.
If you suffer from relentless fatigue, know that it’s not a lack of drive or motivation but possibly poor production of cellular energy. Learn more here…
Allergies and the management of their symptoms can be irritating at best – and downright dangerous at worst.
Lyme Disease and other Tick-Borne Infections Lyme disease was first discovered in Lyme, Connecticut in the mid 1970s. It was found to be the cause of a sudden epidemic of arthritis in children. It is caused by a “spirochete” (a “corkscrew shaped” bacteria). Transmitted by tick bites, Lyme disease can make you very sick. It…
Mold Illness & Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) – When Your Fatigue Has an Invisible Cause
How you react to mold exposure is completely unique to you, depending on your body chemistry and the function of your immune system.
Your skin is whacky, you’re fatigued all the time, and let’s not even start on your stomach! At Vine Healthcare, we work to discover the root cause of your symptoms, and this search often starts with determining whether you have food sensitivities.
Magnesium is super important in the body. It’s a cofactor in more than 300 enzyme systems that regulate protein synthesis, muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control, and blood pressure.