Should you eat raw or cooked vegetables?
Should we be eating cooked or raw foods? Well, both. Scientists at UC San Francisco and Harvard University have shown that cooking food fundamentally alters the microbiomes[...]
Alcohol-based products if you have autoimmune Alopecia
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend the use of hand sanitizers with at least 60% alcohol to “help you avoid getting sick and spreading[...]
Green vegetables: The more the better
Leafy green and cruciferous vegetables have a lot going for them. Their high amount of fibre, phytonutrients, antioxidants, and endless list of vitamins and minerals are just[...]
How does sunlight actually help us?
Vitamin D plays a lot of crucial immune functions in our body. We need it for tissue integrity, production of antimicrobials (to defend you from virus, bacteria[...]
The cheapest yet crucial component of healing Alopecia
The cheapest yet very effective component of your healing is... WATER! 💦 In addition to all the healthy eating, sleep and exercise, you will not heal if[...]
Not all “Natural Health Products” are up to standards
At first glance, it looks like these different products have the same packaging. But they don’t. That’s because each product contains different ingredients, therefore, the packaging materials[...]
Why Fish Oil Is Not a Good Idea
Fish oil is one of the top selling supplements, if not the top one. The reason why people consume fish oil is to increase their intake of[...]
Why does cooking oil matter if you have Alopecia?
The oils you consume matter. A lot. Oil is a major culprit in chronic inflammation. It's not the only one, but it can be a big one.[...]
Eating oranges are not the same as taking vitamin C pills
An orange does NOT only contain vitamin C. An orange contains hundreds of other antioxidants (vitamin C is just ONE type of antioxidant) and phytonutrients. In fact,[...]
Healthy snacks that boost immunity: Don’t haul processed treats
My daughter doesn’t usually snack throughout the day. She has her three main meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) where she eats very well, plus one snack in[...]
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