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The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast Episode #7: Step 3: In-Depth with Aglaée Jacob, MS, RD

  Welcome to The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast Season 1! We’ve created this podcast as a free resource to accompany our upcoming book, The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook: A DIY Guide to Living Well with Chronic Illness. Episode #7: Step 3: In-Depth ...

5 Reasons Functional Neurology is Essential to Managing Autoimmunity

Optimizing brain function and preserving its integrity is one of the most important aspects of regaining and maintaining health, vitality, and quality of life. Functional Neurologists are specialized in improving brain and body function by applying strategic exercises to activate ...

SIBO Update 2015: Pt. 3

Disclaimer: As I have said in the past, I’m not a research blogger. I’m here to mix “data with soul” and give you useful info, but only in the context of my real, human experience. That is not to say ...

SIBO Update 2015: Pt. 2

Disclaimer: As I have said in the past, I’m not a research blogger. I’m here to mix “data with soul” and give you useful info, but only in the context of my real, human experience. That is not to say ...

When Exercise Recovery Becomes Harder to Handle: Troubleshooting Root Causes

Within the autoimmune community, I’ve heard many people talk about a decreased ability to recover from exercise. “I can’t do my workout like I used to,” “I take twice as long to recover,” “I’ve had to stop running.” It’s frustrating ...

SIBO Update 2015: Pt. 1

Disclaimer: As I have said in the past, I’m not a research blogger. I’m here to mix “data with soul” and give you useful info, but only in the context of my real, human experience. That is not to say ...