Low Oxalate Flaxseed Pudding

Ingredients 2 cups coconut milk (or light coconut milk) 1/2 cup Flaxseeds 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 cup (or to taste) maple syrup or honey Optional: 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon powder Low oxalate fruits (blueberries, apple, apricots, cherries, nectarines) Instructions For Blended/Smooth Version: Place all ingredients in blender and blend on high for 1-2 minutes until […]

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Coffee Metabolism and Your Genes

Coffee is one of the world most popular drinks, one can find dozens of coffee shops in virtually every town or city. The reason for this is due to coffees’ many known health benefits and its stimulating effects. Coffee and its many chemical compounds have been found to decrease the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s […]

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Can Methylation affect Immune Function?

The immune system protects the body from external threats such as viruses, bacteria, parasites, and chemicals. The key to the functioning of the immune system is its ability to differentiate between self (healthy tissue) and non-self. The immune system consists of several subsystems all working together as a unit to protect the body. It can […]

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Is MTHFR Related to Anaemia?

  Anaemia is considered to be one of the most common blood conditions in the world. This condition relates to the abnormal or lack of functioning of red blood cells and its protein, haemoglobin. If there are any deficiencies in the production or functioning of red blood cells and haemoglobin, we can expect to see […]

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Can Eating A Ketogenic Diet Change Our Microbiome?

The ketogenic diet is growing in popularity around the world year after year.  The diet was originally used to treat epilepsy in the 1920’s, but since then it has been shown to be effective for weight loss and improving health conditions beyond epilepsy such as depression, systemic inflammation, autism spectrum disorder, metabolic syndrome, and cancer. […]

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Is Stress Making You Sick In The Gut?

Is Stress Making You Sick In The Gut Throughout our lives, we experience varied levels of stress that may cause harm to our health, especially in terms of gut function. Our mental health is essential in maintaining the body’s physiological functions; electrochemical imbalances may result, along with reduced gut capabilities. Intestinal bacteria are regulated by […]

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MTHFR and Hormones

MTHFR and Hormones Many women with MTHFR experience excessive mood swings and may experience other symptoms related to fluctuations in hormone levels. Methylation issues can also result in hormone imbalances and pregnancy complications. Some of you have heard about certain MTHFR mutations that affect our hormones and might be worried that it is happening to […]

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Low Homocysteine Levels: What are The Consequences?

Low Homocysteine Levels: What are The Consequences? Homocysteine is an amino acid derivative that serves as an intermediate in the synthesis of methionine and cysteine. It contains a sulfhydryl group that serves as an important branch in the formation of important biological compounds such as glutathione (GSH) and S-adenosylmethionine (SAM). GSH is formed through the […]

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Taurine and Its Role in Bile Synthesis

Taurine and Its Role in Bile Synthesis Bile, which consists mainly of bile acids and bile salts, aids digestion in the small intestine. Bile and its constituents are produced by the liver and stored in the gall bladder. Bile acids and bile salts, however, are synthesized in the liver via specific biochemical reactions for bile […]

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