Do You Have Systemic And Long-term Inflammation? (SALI)

Do you have CIRS that does not go away with the traditional or manipulated versions of the protocol?

In this post, we will discuss what is SALI and how this may be a better way to look at similar chronic diseases.

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Understanding Blue Light (Blue Light Part 1)

How are you reading this article?  On your computer? On your phone?  Are you inside? If you answered ‘yes’ to at least one of those questions, chances are, you’re looking at a blue light!

Light-emitting diodes (more often just called LEDs) are everywhere in modern life.  They allow us to have useful devices like computers, tablets, and smartphones.  LEDs have a peak emission in the blue light range.  All around us, there are waves of different kinds of radiation.  The waves we can see are called the visible spectrum and we see it as light.  That light is made up of different colors.  If you’re having trouble visualizing this, think of the Pink Floyd cover of the triangle and the rainbow. That’s a representation of plain light being dispersed by a prism in order to show all the colors that are contained in it. 

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Understanding Proton Pump Inhibitors (Part 3)

Last week, I posted about a type of common drug called NSAIDs and their dangerous side effects.  This week, we’re going to look at another popular category of drugs: Proton Pump Inhibitors or PPIs.

Like NSAIDs, PPIs are relatively inexpensive, available over the counter, and widely prescribed.  In fact, worldwide, there are 13.5 million people on PPIs (about 1 out of every 9 people) and of those, a quarter have no reason to be on them!

Today, I’m going to explain what they are and how they work.  Then, later in the week, we’ll dive deeper into the parts of the body that they harm and some more natural alternatives.

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