Are Nightshade Vegetables Bad for You? An Evidence-Based Look

Are Nightshade Vegetables Bad for You

Many argue that nightshade vegetables causes various health issues.

But are they actually unhealthy to eat?

This article explores the current research. [Discover More…]

Celiac Disease and Diet: The Beginner’s Guide

Celiac Disease- The Beginner’s Guide

Around 1 in 100 people have celiac disease worldwide (1).

The only known treatment is a strict gluten-free diet, which is not easy to do.

This article takes a detailed look at managing celiac disease and how to do a gluten-free diet. [Discover More…]

Candida and Diet: Splitting Fact from Fiction

Candida and Diet

[Last updated 17th February, 2017]

Candida is a fungus that can grow in the human body.

A condition called Candida Overgrowth Syndrome is said to occur if levels in the gut become too high.

But is it actually a real condition, and does diet play a role? This article explores the current research. [Discover More…]

What is T4 and T3: The Complete Guide

What is T4 and T3

T4 and T3 are important hormones produced by the thyroid gland.

Unfortunately, several thyroid conditions can cause abnormal levels in the blood.

This article will explain the actions of T4 and T3 and how to interpret test results. [Discover More…]

Is Low Carb Bad For Hypothyroidism?

Is a low carb diet bad for hypothyroidism?

[Last updated 6th January, 2017]

Hypothyroidism is becoming increasingly more common in Western countries.

One of the main symptoms of this hormone disorder is a slower metabolism and gradual weight gain.

Low carb and ketogenic diets have emerged as popular approaches to weight loss, at least in otherwise healthy individuals. But there is some controversy over the safety of these eating patterns for hypothyroidism.

This article reviews the scientific evidence available. [Discover More…]

The Best Diet For Rheumatoid Arthritis: Reviewing The Evidence

best diet for rheumatoid arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is one of the most common autoimmune diseases.

It affects up to 1.3% of the population worldwide, mostly women.

New research indicates that diet may influence traditional treatments for rheumatoid arthritis. This article summarizes the current science and recommendations. [Discover More…]