The Role of Inflammation in Body Weight: An Intro to the Biology of Fat

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Inflammation and Body Fat

By Aylah Clark, ND Inflammation comes up a lot in my practice. It promotes many chronic diseases and correlates with worsening signs and symptoms whether it be autoimmune disease, arthritis, cardiovascular disease, or others. Inflammation is also intrinsically tied to obesity and this connection is well-established.  How are inflammation and body weight related and what can we do about it? What is inflammation? … Read More

Quercetin & Nettle Pops to Support Allergy-Prone Kids (5 recipes)

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Quercetin Nettle Pops

We hope you enjoy these 5 recipes for frozen pops containing quercetin and nettle! This was a collaboration between Dr. Aylah Clark and Dr. Sally Machin. This article was written to inform. The article and its contents are not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent, or cure any disease. It’s that time of the year again when the antihistamine medications come … Read More

Wine & Broccoli with a Side of Chemistry: Demystifying Sulfur-Based Allergies

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by Aylah Clark, ND Sulfa, sulfur, sulfites, and sulfates are often confused for apparent reasons. Each of these also have the potential to cause adverse reactions in certain people. If you’re allergic to sulfa drugs should you be worried about sulfites? Why are sulfites in wine? Are they in all wine? Can you have a reaction to sulfur? What are the differences in reactions … Read More