I saw your article about IgG food intolerances, and I’m wondering how I can get tested for that? It can be done with a simple finger poke, because the lab that specializes in IgG antibodies only needs a little blood to match up your antibodies with the proteins in food. You can even do it […]
Dr. Doni Wilson explains how certain foods can lead to health issues in the body, and how to choose which foods to eat in order to feel your best.
I noticed an article in the Huffington Post ranking 29 diets, many of which have proven health benefits. But how could all of these diets be correct? That’s because there are guidelines that these diets share in common: Choose fruits and vegetables over processed carbs. Choose lean meats, fish and poultry, or vegetarian proteins. Minimize […]
So how do we turn off the cytokine response and subsequent inflammation?!! To read Part 1, click here Step 1. Stop stimulating them! While you can do your best to avoid a broken bone or tick – the best way to take away the cytokine signal is by removing the foods in your diet that […]
How have you been feeling? The most common answer is: tired, achy, bloated, fat, anxious and/or depressed. That is unless you’ve already been avoiding your food allergens and supporting your adrenals! I’m going to explain how feeling that way (tired, achy, bloated, fat, anxious and depressed) is a direct result of inflammation. Cytokines are messengers for […]
As if it is not enough to find out that we can measure and adjust the level of neurotransmitters in your nervous system using nutrients and herbs (see my prior blog here)…who knew that balancing neurotransmitters could also benefit other areas of your body that are out of balance (hormones and immunity). On the other […]
Gluten sensitivity can lead to mysterious, frustrating, or even painful symptoms. A simple change to your diet can change the entire internal body environment, including immune function and hormone balance, and allow the body to heal itself.
In practice over the past 10 years, the most common question related to food intolerances is “what is the difference between food allergies and food intolerances?” For me the answer brings me back to a research project and presentation on food intolerances that I completed during my residency at Bastyr University. Food allergies (as classically […]
My allergy symptoms started at a young age with the spring time pollen in Oregon. I remember sneezing non-stop and sleeping with a roll of toilet paper when I was a Sophomore in college thinking “there has got to be some way out of this!” Soon after, living on coffee and scones to get me […]