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Gaining a good understanding of the step by step mechanism of lactic acidosis is important for you to prevent it and reverse-engineer it if you have it. The following is a description of how high lactate and a few other chemicals in the blood are the mechanisms of chronic disease.
In chronic illness, there is a common set of biochemical processes that lead to anatomical changes that cause cells, tissues, and organs to die.
We are born healthy but throughout our life we get exposed to external factors that harm our health such as toxins and pathogens. Another “external factor” is bad food that we unknowingly or unconsciously consume.
This is blog 3 of a series of 13. The second major Cause of chronic disease is pathogens. When it comes to your body there are different levels of pathogens that can produce disease. A pathogen may also be referred to as an infectious agent, a “bug”, or simply a germ....
When it comes to chronic illness there are 3 main causes you need to understand. The first cause of chronic disease is Toxins. Chemical and heavy metal toxins include substances such as lead, mercury, cadmium, chlorine, bromine, pesticides, medications, and seed oils (formerly known as vegetable oils).
Having a routine helps us manage our response to daily stress. Here are 3 supplements to help you manage stress and support healthy stress responses in the body.
I remember when I was young hearing the phrase “feed a cold, starve a fever”. But, what does that really mean?
A healthy habit that supports your immune system is regular consumption of bone broth. Almost every culture has made use of bones in cooking to get the nutritional benefits as well as to make the most out of precious resources. Here are some of the health benefits of...
Your gut health is intimately connected with the health of your microbiota. Specifically, your gut is the tract that goes all the way from your mouth to your anus. The term “microbiota” refers to all the organisms living in AND on the human body. The microbiota is made up of a large variety of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites.
Focusing on nutrition my whole career has led me to discover something that has personally saved my life, changed thousands of my patients’ lives and now I want it to help change your life as well.