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The Autoimmune Doc Podcast is hosted by Dr. Taylor Krick, a functional medicine practitioner (and sufferer of autoimmune disease himself) who specializes in educating and supporting those dealing with autoimmune diseases or symptoms. Dr. Taylor's focus is on explaining the underlying mechanisms of autoimmunity, while also giving clinical pointers to help you manage your own case through labs, supplements, and lifestyle strategies. For more information visit www.autoimmuneeducationacademy.com
 
Positive Health Podcast is an interview series for health professionals and features leading clinicians, scientists and health advocates in integrative, functional and nutritional medicine. We share what various experts are pioneering in their respective fields, and empower you the latest science and clinical insights. The podcast is hosted by Benjamin Brown, ND.
 
The Blaylock Health Channel is a podcast series by Dr. Russell Blaylock, a nationally recognized board-certified neurosurgeon, health practitioner, author and lecturer. In this series, Dr. Blaylock discusses various health topics such as neurological diseases, cancer, diabetes and heart disease including new and advanced nutritional approaches to treat such health challenges and become an overall healthier person.
 
Jody Morgan is on a mission to educate, discuss and make the transition of being diagnosed with Celiac Disease an easier one. She knows first hand with her own health and the health of her daughter how challenging having an autoimmune disease can be. She will help you with all subjects from ridding your home of toxins to being proactive with your health.
 
"Cutting through the non-sense and providing common-sense, science-based strategies for a healthy life." The Institute of Natural Health is a cutting-edge center for restoring and maintaining health and wellness. The Institute utilizes a team of practitioners who have been uniquely trained to treat the whole body and are committed to finding and fixing the cause of the problem--not just covering up symptoms. Through state-of-the-art diagnostic testing and equipment, The Institute is able to ...
 
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Celiac disease is a really big deal because of the mechanisms involved - gluten inflames the gut and opens up the tight junctions, creating a leaky gut, and eventually destroys the gut lining causing malabsorption, and this happens every. single. time. you eat it - which can and will lead to more autoimmunity down the road. NOT GOOD! What about tho…
 
Dr. Susan Wadia-Ells is a long-time cultural change agent. During the 1970’s she organized women at Polaroid, creating the first affirmative action program for women within a Fortune 200 corporation, and soon became Polaroid’s corporate affirmative action manager and a mentor to other women’s groups fighting for equal pay, training, benefits, and c…
 
If you are following this podcast, you likely know that gut health is important for all autoimmune diseases, not just intestinal autoimmunity! In this episode I talk about 4 different autoimmune gut conditions, 3 of which are diagnosed autoimmune "diseases": - Leaky Gut - Celiac Disease - Crohn's Disease - Ulcerative Colitis I start by explaining t…
 
T cells are a part of your immune system, which has many many important parts of course. T cells are particularly important in autoimmunity because the T CELLS ARE WHAT DO THE DAMAGE!!! In my last episode about Hashimoto's I talked about antibody levels and described how will antibodies "flag" something as bad so that immune cells can come destroy …
 
It's common in the alternative medicine world to hear people talk about "how high their antibody levels are/were". But in practice I see people with high antibodies who are doing fine, while someone with low antibodies might feel like they are dying. What's up with that?!? Do antibody levels matter?? The answer is that they do matter and they don't…
 
Hashimoto's Autoimmune Thyroid Disease is the single-most prevalent autoimmune condition today, and it is estimated to be the root cause of 90% of hypothyroidism in America. One reason is that it's fairly easy to detect (there are 2 antibodies that are diagnostic), but it's also just really common in today's society filled with fast food, fast live…
 
Hypothyroidism has been rampant for decades, and it's estimated that 90% of hypothyroidism in the United States is caused by Hashimoto's Autoimmune Thyroiditis. Hashimoto's is the single most common autoimmune disease. This podcast discusses everything about the thyroid - not just Hashimoto's. It's importance within the body, it's metabolism, the l…
 
My Youtube Channel I get to be involved with a lot of people's health journeys, and I think they are all super cool. I love puzzles and I love educating people on their puzzles, some of the missing pieces, or how some pieces might fit together differently than they had expected. Talking about these stories on this podcast helps you understand exact…
 
Get My 10 Steps of Autoimmune Eating Download HERE Watch my YouTube video on Autoimmune Paleo Protocol HERE This is a REALLY popular topic - because most people with autoimmunity notice a change in their symptoms with foods - but they don't know exactly what they should or should NOT be eating! I did forget to mention in this episode - this episode…
 
You may have heard the news, but gluten is not good, especially for autoimmune people. Gluten is obviously associated with Celiac Disease, which is relatively rare, but it's actually much more common to have NCGS, or Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity, and gluten sensitivity can impact far more than just the gut and digestion. I hear about it all the ti…
 
Food sensitivities are a known trigger of autoimmunity, just ask most autoimmune sufferers! Gluten, dairy, eggs, soy, corn, other grains, food colorings, lectins, nightshades, gums....the list is long! Sometimes you feel it, sometimes you don't, but foods and additives in foods can lead to inflammation and autoimmune flares. Discovering and removin…
 
There are a ton of "functional" labs out there today. In this podcast, I cover the most important labs for managing autoimmunity. If there is one takeaway from this episode, it is: FOCUS ON THE BASICS FIRST! So often someone brings me in a fancy methylation panel, hormone panel, or stool sample and they don't know their basics. I divide these labs …
 
View the products I mention at: www.AutoimmuneEducationAcademy.com There are TONS of supplements out there today, and they all have promising claims, but in my functional medicine practice I see people all the time who have been let down by supplements. Many of them bring bags of products in, and often they weren’t a bad idea, it might even be some…
 
Multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Autism, PANS/PANDAS....neurological autoimmunity is on the rise and it's NOT GOOD! In neurological autoimmunity, the immune system is "attacking" different parts of the brain or nerves, which if not detected or addressed, leads to progressive neurodegeneration. Neurodegeneration stems from neuroinflamma…
 
Autoimmunity can be classified as either Tissue-Specific or Systemic, and it makes a big difference! Tissue-Specific (or protein or enzyme-specific) means that autoimmunity is attacking a specific protein or enzyme that is expressed in a certain tissue - For example enzymes expressed in the thyroid, proteins in your brain, the digestive lining, or …
 
This episode talks about people with diagnosed autoimmune disease vs. POTENTIAL or UNDIAGNOSED autoimmunity - which is HUGE! So many people have a variety of undiagnosed symptoms, they are told all their labs look normal, they are the picture of health, but in reality they have underlying AUTOIMMUNE REACTIVITY in multiple tissues causing multiple d…
 
This is an important episode. When you understand what could be driving your autoimmunity, you have your solutions - STOP SCRATCHING! (listen to the episode if that doesn't make sense!) Many things have been associated with the onset or exacerbation of autoimmune disease, but this easy-to-understand concept (as originally taught by Dr. Tom Culleton…
 
Autoimmune disease doesn't just "happen", it takes time to develop. This development happens in 3 stages, and many people are in the early stages! Stage 1 - "Silent" Autoimmunity - self-tissue antibodies are present indicating an autoimmune process, but no symptoms are noticed yet. Stage 2 - Autoimmune Reactivity - antibodies are present and sympto…
 
What exactly IS autoimmune disease? Is it a big problem? Who gets it? What are the most common autoimmune diseases? In this episode Dr. Taylor covers the basics of autoimmunity - what it means, some of the statistics, and gives a basic foundation for understanding autoimmune disease and autoimmune reactivity.…
 
Welcome to the Autoimmune Doc Podcast! This episode is pretty basic, it's an introduction to Dr. Taylor and an introduction to the podcast, giving some background and some insight into the purpose and intention of this podcast. Autoimmunity is rampant today, more and more people are being diagnosed (and at a younger age!), and many more people are …
 
We discuss why cholesterol is not a good measure of heart health. We dive into what cardiovascular disease really is, and what it is not. We cover the link between testosterone and cardiovascular health. We provide information on various natural treatments for common cardiovascular issues.By info@theinstituteofnaturalhealth.com
 
We discuss the differences between bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) and conventional hormone replacement therapy (HRT). We discuss why BHRT is better than HRT, when someone should have their hormones tested, and the long-term issues if hormones remain out of balance. We also address the link between hormones, specifically how thyroi…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Kevin Fussell, MD Up to one in 10 patients with asthma have severe disease, and of those patients, up to 1.3 million have severe uncontrolled asthma.1-3 Since severe asthma has been associated with reduced lung function and poor outcomes.4,5 Dr Kevin Fussell is here to talk about how a treatment option may help patien…
 
We discuss cardiovascular health from a functional medicine perspective. Conventional medicine looks at heart disease typically as high cholesterol or hypertension (with a few exceptions) and the answer seems to typically be cholesterol lowering or antihypertensive medications. We dive into other root causes of heart disease such as Lifestyle, Obes…
 
We discuss treatment strategies for a properly functioning immune system. We discuss how sickness is often a result of an improper, low functioning, immune response rather than an overactive hyper response. We highlight the Washington University School of Medicine podcast "Show me the Science," we they discussed how boosting the immune system is an…
 
Ciara Wright, PhD is Director of the Glenville Clinic, Dublin, Ireland and specialises in male and female fertility and women’s hormonal balance. Ciara has a special interest in immune-related subfertility which can result in difficulty conceiving or recurrent miscarriage. She has a PhD in molecular biology from the Institute of Immunology at the N…
 
We discuss the importance of functional medicine as a model for healthcare. We compare and contrast differences between conventional medicine and functional medicine. Conventional medicine is the system of “what.” What disease is present, and what pill or surgery should be prescribed for that disease. Functional medicine is the system of “why.” Why…
 
Ron Hunninghake is Chief Medical Officer at the Riordan Clinic, an internationally recognized pioneer of Intravenous Vitamin C (IVC) therapy, and co-author of three books and several research papers on integrative medicine. In addition to his full-time practice as a holistic medical doctor at the Riordan Clinic, Dr. Ron has made multiple trips to J…
 
William B. Grant, Ph.D. is founder and president, Sunlight, Nutrition, and Health Research Center, San Francisco, California and a leading expert on vitamin with over 275 publications listed at pubmed.gov. His primary research interests are identifying and quantifying the risk-modifying factors for chronic and infectious diseases, with a particular…
 
Professor Julia Rucklidge PhD is director of the Mental Health and Nutrition Research Group at the University of Canterbury and a pioneer of research on mental health and nutrition. Her research has explored the impact of nutritional interventions in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in children and adults, anxiety and stress in adults and c…
 
“Treat the Patient, not the infection” Cellular Theory vs. Germ Theory Welcome to the Back to Health Chiropractic Podcast I’m your host, Dr. Marc Dupuis Today I want to share a recent blog post that stirred up quite a bit of attention. The core of today’s discussion involves a critical look at long held belief, championed by French biologist, Louis…
 
Host: Linda Bernstein, Pharm.D. Allergic reactions to peanut are unpredictable in occurrence and in how they present, with some individuals experiencing severe reactions from even trace amounts. Fortunately, there’s now an FDA-approved treatment option available that—when used in conjunction with peanut avoidance—can help reduce the risk of these a…
 
William S. Harris, PhD, FAHA is an internationally recognized expert on omega-3 fatty acids with more than 300 publications relating to fatty acids in medical literature and author on two American Heart Association scientific statements on fatty acids. Kristina Harris Jackson, PhD, RD has contributed important publications to the omega-3 field spec…
 
In this remarkable interview Dr Robert Verkerk shares a blueprint for a sustainable healthcare system that incorporates factors such as patient empowerment, nutrition, lifestyle medicine, societal change and environmental ecology. Dr Robert Verkerk BSc MSc DIC PhD FACN, is Founder, Executive & Scientific Director of the Alliance for Natural Health …
 
Brad Leech is a Clinical Nutritionist, Ayurvedic Herbalist, lecturer, clinic supervisor and research supervisor at Endeavour College of Natural Health. Brad is currently undertaking his PhD at the Australian Research Centre in Complementary and Integrative Medicine, University of Technology Sydney where his research involves developing a clinical p…
 
Dr. Samuel Yanuk is an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine and creator of Cogence Immunology, a widely acclaimed online functional immunology course for clinicians. Dr Yanuk is also in private practice focusing primarily on immunology and the ap…
 
All too often, when patients claim to react poorly to certain foods but labs don’t show an allergy, their concerns are dismissed and they’re told, “It’s all in your head.” Although we have a lot to learn about food intolerances, ever-growing research proves that they aren’t psychological or make-believe. Learn the differences between a true food al…
 
Justine Bold is a researcher and clinician whose remarkable work has improved our understanding of food sensitivities, in particular non-coeliac gluten sensitivity, and how it may contribute to a diverse range of issues, from infertility to mental illness. Justine is Senior lecturer in Nutritional Therapy at the School of Allied Health and Communit…
 
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