Wagmag.com promotes Dr. Susan Blum’s guest segment on the Dr. Oz show this Monday, July 15th.
“The daytime doc will chat with Blum about her new book, ‘The Immune System Recovery Plan: A Doctor’s 4-Step Program to Treat Autoimmune Disease,’ which discusses using food as medicine, fixing your stress hormones, detoxing your liver and more. Something for every ailment, it seems, so make sure to tune in Monday.”
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“The Life Delicious: The Lifestyle Bulletin for Body, Mind, and Soul” reviews Dr. Susan Blum’s book, The Immune System Recovery Plan.
“Here’s a list of dietary changes I’m implementing after reading this book:
- Eat more cruciferous vegetables like cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and bok choy, as well as dark leafy greens like kale, chard, collards and spinach
- Get creative with salads – try adding different kinds of beans, nuts and seeds
- Get creative with porridge – add ground flax, chia, cinnamon, coconut oil, sunflower seeds, chopped Brazil nuts, and chopped apple”
Read the article in its entirety, here: www.thelifedeliciousblog.com.
Lack of proper vitamins may not necessarily cause disease, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t harming your body. There are many ways our bodies communicate vitamin deficiency, and Dr. Susan Blum shares with Business Insider Australia five signs we can identify.
“You may not get a disease, but you can end up with impaired functioning, because vitamins are cofactors for all the biochemical reactions in the body. We need them in order to function properly.”
Discover the five signs our body can send, here: au.businessinsider.com.
There are certain situations where stress can be a good thing, but often it is not and can wreak havoc on your immune system. Dr. Susan Blum talks to Spry about how we can recognize and break bad stress patterns.
“We remember things that happened and dwell on them and worry about the future,” says Blum, founder and director of the Blum Center for Health in Rye, New York. “We get stuck in a chronic stress pattern.”
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Dr. Blum talks to HuffPost Women about ’embarrassing’ health questions, and why they are so important to ask:
“Dr. Susan Blum, founder of the Blum Center for Health in Rye Brook, N.Y., and the author of ‘The Immune System Recovery Plan,’ said that the most common issue her female patients struggle with is low sex drive. ‘Most of the time, it comes up when we talk about their family … or when we talk about their hormones,’ Blum told HuffPost.
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In an interview with Yahoo! Shine, Dr. Susan Blum shares insight into the four-step program she used to treat her own serious autoimmune condition and help countless patients reverse their symptoms, heal their immune systems, and prevent future illness.
“We need to shift our thinking away from calories to the idea that food has function, and we need to choose our food based on the information it brings into the body.”
Read the interview in its entirety, here: www.shine.yahoo.com.
There are many ways your body tells you that you are vitamin deficient. You can recognize the signs, and Dr. Susan Blum of Blum Center for Health can show you how.
“With today’s diet of processed foods, it’s easy to become vitamin-deficient, either by not eating enough of the right foods or not absorbing them properly due to digestive issues,” says Dr. Susan Blum, the founder of the Blum Center for Health and the author of the new book The Immune System Recovery Plan.”
Wedding planning can be a stressful time and there is much to do, but it’s important to put “taking care of your health” high on your to-do list. Dr. Susan Blum of Blum Center for Health shows you how to avoid getting sick before one of the most important days of your life.
“It’s hard to put down the guest lists and crawl into bed, but sleep is one of your most important defenses against nasty bugs. Get your zzz’s and don’t overwork yourself during flu season–stress harms your ability to fight viruses.”
Read the article in its entirety here: www.huffingtonpost.com.
Listen in as Dr. Blum discusses immune dysfunction and the role food plays in maintaining and restoring your health on the air with Stefanie Sacks, MS, CNS, CDN. For details on the interview, read more here.
Can Rye Brook functional medicine Dr. Susan Blum’s immune boosting plan actually help you to reverse the effects of autoimmune dysfunction? Take a journey with Sharon Dizenhu, contributor to Scarsdale10583.com, as she explores Dr. Susan Blum’s methods of not just treating pain but finding and treating the source of the pain, as well. Dizenhu, in the midst of potentially developing an autoimmune disorder of her own, says it best: “My gut tells me I just have to give it a shot!”
Read the article in its entirety, here: www.scarsdale10583.com.