142019Oct
Do I Have a Cold or the Flu?

Do I Have a Cold or the Flu?

With the cold weather coming, cold and flu season is on the way. While the two illnesses present many of the same symptoms, they are significantly different in nature, which means that they cannot be treated the same. Let’s take a closer look at the differences between the common cold and the flu and the most effective ways…

Read More
162019Sep
Steps to Take When A Gluten-Sensitive Person Accidentally Eats Gluten

Steps to Take When A Gluten-Sensitive Person Accidentally Eats Gluten

Gluten is a class of proteins found in wheat, rye, barley, and triticale. For most, it’s a harmless component commonly found in foods, but for those with celiac disease or other gluten sensitivities, gluten consumption can cause some serious issues. If you are gluten-sensitive, chances are pretty high that you will accidentally consume gluten at…

Read More
192019Aug
Is Leaky Gut Contributing to Your Food Allergies?

Is Leaky Gut Contributing to Your Food Allergies?

Food allergies reportedly affect over 50 million Americans, resulting in a wide range of symptoms ranging from mild digestive distress to severe anaphylaxis. While genetics may be the main contributor to food allergies, researchers still are not sure what specifically causes certain people to be more sensitive to foods than others. Early research suggests that food…

Read More