I'm starting to blog on Heal Thyself! also. What topics are of interest? What do you want to learn more about? What sounds intriguing to try, but you just need easy and clear explanation and details? Which five topics would you like to see a blog spot about? Share your thoughts here!


Digestion Process

HCl Stomach Acid

GERD Acid Reflux

Chewing

Absorption

Nutrient deficiency

Pink Pee

 

Detox/Toxins/Anti-nutrients

Toxins, green home
Die-off

Flame retardants, antimony (mg)

Environmental Allergies

Heavy Metals

Acne

Weight loss/Obesity- heavy metals gut flora

GMO-soy

GMO-corn
GMO-wheat

Gluten

Dirty Dozen Produce and Pesticides

Food By-products
Oxylates, purines, salicyaltes, amines, goitrogenic, glutamines
Artificial colors, flavors, preservatives

Amalgams

HFCS

Detoxification

Methylation

Sulfation

Epsom salts


Nutrients, Vitamins, Supplements

Nutrients

Magnesium

Zinc

Methyl-B12

Cynocobalamine cyanide

Molybdenum

Folate

Cholesterol

Enzymes

Vit D

Supplements

Vitamins

Iodine

Sodium ascorbate

Natural Calm

5-MTHF

EPO

Vit A

B6

NAC

DMG

B2

Vit E

DHA

Omega 3

fCLO

glutathione


amino acids

electrolytes

neurochemicals

minerals

phytochemicals

antioxidants

trace minerals


liver

honey
sunlight

sulfate

cysteine

biotin

suox

licorice

salmon

phenoalamine

tyrosine

dopamine

betamine

choline

serotonin

tryptophan

methionine

glycine

TMG

SAMe
Niacin

B3
Manganese
PUFA

GABA

DMAE
Taurine

Nutrient Deficiencies

OCD- zinc
Chocolate – mag

Bed wetting- mag

Noise sensitivity mag

Pink pee- zinc

Shyness- serotonin

Asthma molybdenum
Irritability adrenals
KP
Lunulae
Salt cravings
Eczema molybdenum
White fingernail spots zinc
Cradle cap biotin

Eggs molybdenum

Nutrient Dense Foods

ACV

Soak nuts

Soak seeds

Soak grains

Smoothies

Green juice

Organic

Bone broth

Kelp

Salt

Herbs

Spices


Antimicrobials

Greens

Milk thistle

Infusions

Water, minerals, chlorine,fluoride, triclosan

Hydration

Fiber

Healthy Fats

Honey

Liver

Sprouting whole grains

Sweeteners

Superfoods

Black seed oil

Lemon water

Whole foods

Grass-fed meat

Pastured eggs

Sea vegetables

Coconut oil

Local foods

Organic gardening

Nutrition- ages and stages

Pregnancy C-section
Lactation
Infants

Solids baby

Toddlers

Hidden nutrition


Diseases/Disorders
Candida

Migraines

Asthma

Allergies

CFS

IBS
Diabetes

Adrenal fatigue
Thyroid

Infections

UTI

MRSA
Colitis
Celiac
Pinworms

PPD

Dental issues

Hormonal issues
Chemical sensitivity

Allergies
Food intolerances

Dairy

Testing resources

Lab resources

OAT test

Symptoms allergies

Colic

Reflux

Red contact rash

Histamine foods (methylation)

Poop – green, anus, mucus, bloody

Diarrhea

Gas, flatulence

Constipation

Eczema

Rashes

Insomnia 


Morning sickness

Ear infections
Sinus
Itch
IgG

IgE
IgA

Parasites

Intestinal permeability

Brain-fog

Hives
Bloating

Aggression- dairy



Bach flower essence

Cravings

Rectal itch

PMS

Indigestion

Raw food

Local harvest

Know Your Farmer


Reiki

Aromatherapy

Homeopathy

Acupuncture

TCM

NAET
EFT


MTHFR

Midline defects
Tongue-tie

Bottom v-teeth
Touch roof mouth

Labial tie

Front tooth gap

Homocysteine

Schizophrenia

Nerve pain
Autism

Depression

Bipolar

Infertility

ADHD

Cancer

Miscarriage
Pre-eclampsia

Placental abruption
Birth control pills

Downs syndrome
Strokes
Blood clots

Gut healing

Immune system

Thrush

Cautions: weight loss, mercury, TED
Leaky gut

Candida

SCD

GAPS
Inflammation

Feingold
Hallelujah diet

WAPF
Raw

Traditional Foods

TED

Blood Type

BED

Keto diet
Low carb

Paleo
Veg*n

Probiotics

Bifidum
Microflora
Acidophilus
S. boulardii

coconut kefir

rejuvenac

kombucha

die-off

kefir

yogurt

sauerkraut

fermented vegetables

fermented foods

prebiotics

antibiotics

antibiotic resistance

antibiotics in meat

antimicrobial soap, tricolsan, water



Recommended sites

Books

Equipment

Blenders

Budget

Recipes

How to videos



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Digestion Process
HCl Stomach Acid
Pink Pee
obesity
for starters!
Gut flora is linked to obesity.
http://www.ajcn.org/cgi/content/abstract/87/3/534

"Previous research has suggested that bacteria can influence how well energy is absorbed from food, but these [new] findings demonstrate that intestinal bacteria can actually influence appetite," Gewirtz explained. http://www.businessweek.com/lifestyle/content/healthday/636635.html

"The size of your gut may be partly shaped by which microbes call it home, according to new research linking obesity to types of digestive bacteria.

Both obese mice - and people - had more of one type of bacteria and less of another kind, according to two studies published Thursday in the journal Nature.

A "microbial component" appears to contribute to obesity, said study lead author Jeffrey Gordon, director of Washington University's Center for Genome Sciences.
http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/77019
http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1969807,00.html
http://www.steadyhealth.com/Weight_linked_to_type_of_bacteria_in_gu...

Probiotic bacteria may help in weight loss: study
http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/story.html?id=ff9b6053-1741...

Obese humans and mice had a lower percentage of a family of bacteria called Bacteroidetes and more of a type of bacteria called Firmicutes, Gordon and his colleagues found.

When that happens, the study found, it triggers an inflammatory state, as the body attempts to respond to the increasing population of bugs, and at the same time makes cells less sensitive to insulin. In a way, inflammatory factors and insulin compete for the attention of the same intestinal cells; if the cells are busy responding to inflammatory factors, then they are less likely to take up glucose and process it effectively. Such a desensitization to insulin and glucose then leads to the symptoms of metabolic syndrome, such as weight gain, high cholesterol and triglyceride levels and elevated blood pressure...
http://news.yahoo.com/s/time/20100305/hl_time/08599196980700

How Bacteria Can Help You Lose Weight
http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1872647,00.html


How the Bacteria in Your Gut Affect Your Body Weight - And How to Get the Balance Right- These findings are both reassuring and scary: it may shed light on why dieting doesn't automatically result in weight loss, but now you might be seriously concerned (and rightfully so) that a past or future viral infection could lead to uncontrollable weight gain. Clearly having healthy bacteria in your gut is crucial.
http://www.bodyecology.com/07/01/04/bacteria_affect_weight_balance.php


Pat
I am glad you're doing this. I have not even had time to read this whole site, but I will. Just like I would have loved to join in on a couple of the workshops, I just don't have the time right now. So thank you for doing this!
I vote:
migraines, candida, weight loss, eczema, acne, metastatic and liver cancer
Hormonal Issues
Postpartum Hair Loss
pms
lab resources
testing resources

Some of them are not on the list. Hope that's okay
Absorption and Digestion

Cavities - causes and reversing

Front tooth gap

Keratosis pilaris

Hair loss
Cavities
hormonal imbalance
detoxing
learning how to identify nutrient deficiences
preparing for pregnancy
Thank you for the suggestions! I'll make a list for priority blogs!


Pat
Acne, Weight Loss, Asthma, Infants/Toddlers, Ear Infections, Recipes (Sorry I couldn't narrow it down to 5)
Seeking input for blog post topics!

Pat

Chemical Sensitivities and how to heal from within

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