Listen to my SIBO talk during Heal Your Gut Summit

Gut dysfunction can be linked to virtually every disease and can cause such conditions as fatigue, depression, food sensitivities, chronic pain, allergies and more. The Heal Your Gut Summit from January 18–25, will help you understand how these conditions are largely preventable. You can register to listen to the entire summit free as it is…

Functional neurology seminars for practitioners

After years of demand, I created with my colleague Dr. Brandon Brock a postgraduate program for licensed practitioners on managing complex brain disorders. The course is more than 300 hours and has been approved by the International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation (IAFNR) and the National University of Health Sciences. The program will allow…

Poor Brain Function – One of the Most Common Causes of Persistent Thyroid Symptoms in Hashimoto’s

How brain health determines the progression of your Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism Hashimoto’s is more than an autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid. It creates inflammation that impacts the entire body, but especially the brain, the tissue most sensitive to inflammation. The autoimmunity of Hashimoto’s keeps the brain in a constant state of inflammation that impairs brain…

Invitation to Healthcare providers for the 6th International Association of Functional Neurology (IAFNR) Conference

Functional Neurology is a multi-disciplinary specialty that identifies brain imbalances and supports improving brain function. The health care system often ignores people with early or progressed brain degeneration, traumatic brain injuries, children with brain developmental delays, and various brain imbalances. This is because conventional medicine does not emphasize strategies to improve brain function. Functional Neurology,…

New research shows spinach, tomatoes, soy, and corn may be an immune trigger for multiple sclerosis

With immunologist Dr. Aristo Vojdani, PhD, I co-authored a study that found statistically significant associations between multiple sclerosis and spinach tomatoes, soy, and corn. We studied these food proteins because they share a similar protein with an autoimmune target site of nerve tissue called aquaporin. To read more about this research, visit this study. These…

Autoimmune research; just graduated from Harvard Med School program

We are in the process of publishing our peer-reviewed autoimmune research regarding food and chemical molecular mimicry and Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism, type 1 autoimmune diabetes, and autoimmune cerebellum ataxia. We have also discovered some interesting research on plastic compounds and neurological autoimmunity.  For a review of my most recent scientific publications please go to this link…