Skimping on certain nutrients can result in unusual symptoms. Learn what they are and how we can reduce them.
When it comes to nourishing your body, you can do everything right—eat the rainbow, take your vitamins—but end up, basically, peeing out all of the good stuff. That’s because bio-availability, or how well the body is able to absorb nutrients, matters. A lot.
With spring’s cleanse behind you, it’s time to focus on hydrating fruits and veggies.
Dr. Blum explains how kale can affect your thyroid.
This long-term inflammation often lurks silently, below the threshold of perceptible pain, but it is a common risk factor for a broad range of diseases and health conditions, such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and many others.
Learn how Dr. Blum and other Doctors utilize elimination diets to help patients identify issues in their diet.