Type 1 diabetes is a chronic (life-long) autoimmune disease. The exact cause of type 1 diabetes is unknown but in this week's podcast, I interview Ake Lernmark, MD, PhD and we discuss what is new with Type 1 Diabetes.
Sjögren's (SHOW-grins) is a chronic systemic autoimmune disease that affects the entire body. According to the National Institute of Health, an estimated 4 million Americans are affected and mostly women.
Sjogren's is an autoimmune disorder and there are some common symptoms but not all of those symptoms are present including auto-antibodies and systematic manifestations that may precede the "dry eye and dry mouth symptoms".
January is “Thyroid Awareness Month,” which brings attention to Hashimoto’s thyroiditis because of this I asked Dr. Emily Kiberd to join us on the podcast. Dr. Kiberd earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the University of Western States.
January is National Thyroid Awareness Month, a great time to learn more about your thyroid and schedule an appointment to get your thyroid checked. The thyroid is a small but powerful gland that is butterfly-shaped and located in the front of the neck.
You already know toxins are not good for our bodies, wildlife and the environment. There are toxins in health and beauty products, pesticides and herbicides, industrial pollutants, mold, preservatives and flame retardants, petrochemical fuels and solvents, plastics and cookware.
As a health coach and a person who has autoimmunity. I know, what you put on your skin matters just as much as what you eat. The skin is an organ that absorbs everything and sends it through the bloodstream.