In this post, we discuss the work of Dr. Kendal Stewart about common neurological symptoms which are actually related to deficiencies of diet, such as sensory overload, tremors, brain fog, mood swings and more. These deficiencies have many causes, but only one treatment, which we discuss in detail.
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I find myself getting a bit frustrated lately with the extreme views that people seem to be forever pushing in support groups in regards to holistic medicine. Some seem to think that if it wasn’t produced in a lab, it couldn’t possibly have any benefit, while others are determined to reject en mass the medical … Continue reading Holistic or Traditional Medicine?
If you suffer from an autoimmune disorder, it’s likely you no longer recognize your own skin. Literally. Skin disorders are prevalent among people with autoimmune disorders. The skin is an organ and like any other organ it can be attacked by a malfunctioning immune system, often causing interesting and unusual results. Some people who had … Continue reading Autoimmune Disorders and the Skin
My husband wrote So, Your Partner is Disabled because we wanted to offer a firsthand perspective on what it’s like to become your partner’s caregiver and how to best balance this with your relationship. It’s not that we have all the answers or that our caregiver/spouse relationship is perfect; it's not. We’re learning to work … Continue reading How to Care for Your Caregiver/Partner