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Gluten and the Brain

No food is a more powerful trigger of neurological issues and autoimmunity than gluten, the protein found in wheat. The average American eats wheat at every meal and we’re seeing dramatic increases in gluten sensitivity today.

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Hashimoto’s, Hypothyroidism, and the Brain

While hypothyroidism, a disease of low thyroid function, is most known for causing hair loss, fatigue, and constipation, some of the most common symptoms are actually brain-based: depression, brain fog, memory loss, low motivation, anxiety, poor balance, and poor brain endurance.

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Many people wonder what they can do immediately to manage their chronic health condition. The science can be confusing and complex, especially to those with Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism, other autoimmune diseases, chronic gut health issues, or symptoms of brain decline. These disorders can lead to brain fog, fatigue, and loss of cognitive function, which make it hard to figure out what to do next.

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The first thing to first discuss when it comes to why don’t autoimmune patients get better is—how do we define the word “better” in relation to autoimmunity? Autoimmune disease is incurable, which means it’s important to have realistic expectations right off the bat.

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If you suffer from anxiety you know how it can feel to be a prisoner in your own mind. Every thought is infused with worry, your heart pounds at the slightest upset, and the world around you is jarring and disorienting.

Anxiety disorders and depression are becoming more prevalent today—anti-anxiety medications are among the most often prescribed drugs in the United States.

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Brain Health Basics for Mental and Emotional Well Being

People look to various newer modalities to relieve physical and psychological symptoms associated with past trauma.

While these approaches can significantly help, one vital factor is frequently overlooked—the overall health of the brain.

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The Apple Cider Vinegar Challenge

Stomach acid is vital for good gut health. Contrary to popular belief, low stomach acid not only can cause acid reflux and heartburn, but also it can compromise overall gut health thanks to the principles of the north-tosouth digestive hierarchy. You can find out if low stomach acid is causing your gut problems by doing the apple cider vinegar challenge.

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The SIBO-BRAIN Connection

Are you plagued by depression, brain fog, fatigue, or memory loss? Have you suffered from concussion, poor circulation, diabetes, or alcoholism?

The health of your brain affects your gut via a communication pathway called the brain-gut axis.

Learn how the brain and brain-gut axis impact SIBO.

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What is your Autoimmunity

You may have received a diagnosis but didn’t know it was autoimmune-based. If you are diagnosed with hypothyroidism, type 1 diabetes, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, pernicious anemia, psoriasis, or vitiligo (these are just a few examples), then you have an autoimmune disease.

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