Talk of food allergies, intolerances & sensitivities is around us everywhere, but unless you've been diagnosed, it can be hard to know the difference. What symptoms are telling you that it's an allergy or not? And if the symptoms are just vague and unpredictable - is there really a problem at all? Should you have to live with this discomfort whenever you eat? Absolutely not! Food allergies and intolerances present themselves in such indistinct and variable ways, and are gener
Antioxidants. I recommend them for many of my patients, and the word is all abuzz in health-media, but what does it really mean? What are these all-powerful Antioxidants that people are supposed to gain so much benefit from? Why do you need them, what do they do, and where can you get them from? In order to understand Antioxidants, you first have to know what Free Radicals are. Free radicals are reactive elements that remove electrons from compounds they come in contact with.