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Candida overgrowth and SIBO are among the most common precursors for autoimmunity, and they’re also the most commonly confused. Once you understand the different signs and symptoms of these two conditions, you can begin a treatment plan to stop the growth and restore the delicate balance of bacteria in your gut. Dr. Myers has seen thousands of patients regain energy, vitality, and mental clarity by following her simple, 3-step protocol, which you can learn more about in our latest article.
If you have one or two MTHFR mutations - this is what you can do to hack your genes and get your body methylating in an optimal range! http://www.amymyersmd.com/2017/07/test-mthfr-mutations?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=share&utm_term=pinterest-post-article-mthfr-part-two-testing&utm_content=article-mthfr-part-two-testing&utm_campaign=content#utm_sguid=171689,05ce9892-d4a5-3e36-1fd4-e605f6132c2e
Prebiotics are compounds that are fermented by beneficial bacteria in your gut. Probiotics are live microorganisms that keep your gut flora balanced and provide you with health benefits including supporting your immune and digestive systems, and optimal brain function. #TheMyersWay #VitaminsForWomen #Prebiotics #Probiotics
Leafy greens are the superstars of the food world - low in calories, yet high in fiber, vitamins & phytonutrients, greens are incredible for your health! If you still need convincing, read on to learn about all the amazing benefits of getting more greens in your diet:
MTHFR mutations have been linked to a decreased ability to detoxify, as well as over 60 chronic health conditions! http://www.amymyersmd.com/2017/07/what-is-an-mthfr-mutation-and-what-to-do-about-it?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=share&utm_term=pinterest-post-article-what-is-mthfr-mutation&utm_content=article-what-mthfr-mutation&utm_campaign=content#utm_sguid=171689,cc441c56-7f3d-fba8-d54d-baa3e4385eed
“What should I eat, and what shouldn’t I eat?” While proper nutrition is important for everyone, it’s even more vital for the more than 34-million Americans with diabetes. No matter what sort of diabetes you have, or if you're at risk of becoming diabetic, food is an important tool for you to take control of your health. I break down the best (and worst) foods for diabetes in the following article, so that you can have the information you need to thrive.