Cancer

Our bodies are made up of billions of cells that grow, divide and then die in a predictable manner. Cancer occurs when the DNA of the cell is damaged and disrupts this cycle, causing uncontrolled cell division and growth. As the abnormal cell continues to divide uncontrollably, it eventually forms a new growth known as … Read more

Auto-Immune Disorders

The body’s immune system normally fights off foreign substances, such as viruses or toxins. But in an auto-immune disease, the immune system confuses healthy tissue for foreign substances and the body attacks itself. Examples of auto-immune disorders are Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Scleroderma, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Hashimoto’s disease. Some of the causes of auto-immune disorder … Read more

Allergies (Food Sensitivities)

An “allergy” is an inflammatory reaction elicited by our immune system toward a foreign molecule which is usually an unrecognizable protein or a small molecule bound to a protein. When the body can no longer make the correct amount of enzymes to digest a particular food properly, but that food is still consumed, intolerance for … Read more