Irregularities in the gut can result in substances passing through the lining of the large intestine into the body, causing headaches and other problems.
Take these supplements to keep your brain healthy: Ginkgo for cognitive ability, L-carnitine for brain function, and Bupleurum to help brain dysfunction.
You can’t completely avoid environmental toxins. Learn how to detoxify your body naturally from three angles—inside the body, outside the body, and diet.
Acid-suppressing drugs can help people who have a hiatal hernia. These natural treatments for a hiatal hernia can replace traditional medications.
Acid-suppressing drugs are commonly prescribed and taken on an ongoing basis by patients—but this class of drugs is one of the most dangerous you can take.
All cancer patients should have a naturopath on their team to ensure that they are getting the most comprehensive treatment possible.
Vitamin D deficiency can lead to bone, immune and neurological problems. Simply spending time in the sun isn’t sufficient to maintain proper levels.
When unsanitarily created, unwelcome microorganisms fermenting in the kombucha can lead to liver toxicity, autoimmune disorders, and headaches.
While pasteurization and cold-filtering can slightly reduce the effectiveness of kombucha, the increase in safety more than makes up for this.
Be sure to go with a well-known, professional-grade brand when choosing a probiotic supplement, one that is human-compatible and can replicate in the gut.
Are the probiotics added to your food doing you any good? According to Dr. Andrew Rubman, naturopathic physician, there may be some benefit.
Dr. Rubman discusses how to treat and prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs). One of the best ways is to make sure that the urine is acidic enough.
Traditional physicians are more accepting of vitamins, minerals, and other natural supplements, but acceptance is not the same as in-depth understanding.
Bottom Line Inc’s Sara Hiner introduces Dr. Andrew Rubman, naturopathic physician and author of Bottom Line’s “Nature Doc’s Patient Diary” blog.
Women are under a tremendous amount of stress every day. But they often ignore the symptoms of this stress, even as itnegatively affects their health.
It is important to assemble a team of docs involved in all of your medical care, but the challenge is getting the team to talk with each other about them.
In this video, Suzanne Steinbaum, MD, discusses broken-heart syndrome… what it is and how it can affect your heart health.
Is High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)—intervals of high-intensity exercise followed by two minutes of moderate exercise— too good to be true?
In this video, Suzanne Steinbaum, MD, discusses the risk factors for diabetes, particularly those that affect women’s heart health.