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  • Mushroom, our friend to boost immunity and reduce the risk of breast cancer:

    A recent article on Naturopathic Doctor News & Review by Dr. Jacob Schor, ND, induced my interest. It helps me learn more about consuming mushrooms to help with manage cancer risk. One amazing research finding showed eating a quarter-pound of mushrooms a week potentially decreases breast cancer risk by three quarters. The study Dr. Schor mentioned in the article is published in the International Journal of Cancer in 2008 by Korean researchers. (Hong et al., 2008) What does the mushroom study s…

  • What I can do for Small Bowel Bacterial Overgrowth:

    Standard treatment options of Small Bowel Bacterial Overgrowth include pharmaceutical antibiotics, herbal antimicrobials, and a period of elemental diet. However, before being treated by either of them, we hope you can have a better understanding of the diagnosis, and your test result of SIBO. You will expect that this condition can become chronic, confusing, and overwhelming without an appropriate level of treatment. Some clinicians consider SIBO is a symptom even then an actual disease. There…

  • What can I do if I am diagnosed with cancer recently?

    Cancer is always a scared term for a lot of people. Doctors might use a different set of medical words to describe what they found in the human body. They might use "tumor," "mass," "lesion," or more medically, "carcinoma," and "sarcoma." However, each of them has its meaning, and a patient might think, "Are they all talking about cancer?" To learn more about cancer with its diagnosis and treatment, reading this article will help you get some basic understanding of cancer. Why does my doctor s…

  • Do I have SIBO?

    Small intestine bacterial overgrowth, or its short writing SIBO, is used to describe a condition of loss balance of bacteria growth and our body's immune system in the small bowel. You may also hear from your care providers that use other medical terms to name this condition like dysbiosis, irritable bowel syndrome. Surprisingly, it is estimated that about 25 to 45 million Americans are affected by this condition and seeking medical advice to help with their symptoms. Small intestine bacterial…