Dr. Jamie Wright, DO, MS, FACOOG, ABAARM has over 20 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from Michigan State University / College of Osteopathic Medicine medical school in 2001. He is Double Board Certified with a Master's Degree in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine.
Many people suffer from Neuro-Endocrine-Immune diseases and disorders. This is a very deep and very specific group of issues, and this article will only scratch the surface of what these products can do. I encourage you to dig deeper into product descriptions if something piques your interest.
Celiac disease occurs for some people who have a problem processing gluten, which is a protein found in many foods. The gluten triggers an immune response that is not normal and damages the inside of the small intestine. Once that happens it is difficult to absorb the nutrients needed from the foods eaten.
It could be that the primary key to health and wellbeing lay within our gastrointestinal tract. With obesity and childhood behavioral disorders at seemingly epidemic levels and our "healthcare" system lacking answers, where do we turn?
The term "probiotic" refers to bacteria that live within our bodies and perform beneficial functions. Research is focusing on how the bacteria that live within our bodies affects our health and our immune system.
This article provides introductory knowledge on the role of blood sugar and body fat on inflammation. Inflammation is the center-point of disease and the main contributor to obesity.