Posts Tagged ‘inflammation’

Linking the Brain and Body: Eczema and Your Gut Health

Are you suffering from eczema and trying to understand eczema and gut health, as well as the connection between the brain and body? This week, Dr. Robin Miller author of HEALED: Health & Wellness for the 21st Century and medical reporter on NBC discusses the impact eczema has on the gut and how that can…

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The Atopic March: What is it?

By Dr. Peter Lio (bio below) The concept of the “Atopic March” is compelling: seeing children who start with atopic dermatitis (eczema), then develop asthma, and finally develop allergic rhinitis (hay fever) is a fairly common pattern. Some have discussed that increased gut permeability (“leaky gut“) with or without actual food allergies or intolerances may…

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Healing Your Gut Series: Healing Your Eczema Inside Out! Where to Begin.

I’m thrilled to bring you the first of a multi-post series about how healing our guts can improve our health in many, many ways – including eczema, asthma, allergies, and sensitivities/intolerances. Each post will be written by a different natural practitioner and expert in their field. Sit back, enjoy and check back for more great…

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A look at Foods effect on Asthman and Eczema

  By Tom Hines (see bio below) Two things that asthma and eczema have in common are inflammation, and an overactive immune system.  One could argue that if the immune system was under control, then so would the inflammation. We hear a lot about gluten, soy, corn, and dairy.  Although these certainly are the big…

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Don’t Give Up: A Mom’s Struggle to Help Her Son

by Megan Pringle (see bio below) THE HISTORY We don’t come from a family of allergic people, although there is a history of family members (on both sides) with autoimmune diseases. So, when my Logan, at age 2 developed mild seasonal eczema as well as seasonal allergic rhinitis, we were able to manage it fairly…

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