April 2013 | Autoimmune and Allergy Medicine

apr13.pdf_1_thumbIs Pink Scum Affecting Your Patient’s Health?…………………..>> cover
Donna Rice, ND


Enhancing Bioavailability of Quercetin……………………………….>> bottom of cover
Jeremy Appleton, ND


Hepatitis C…………………………………>>08
Lyn Patrick, ND
An update on comprehensive assessment and treatment protocols, including recommended blood tests, new levels and markers, and nutritional supplementation for prevention.


Food Sensitivities and Epigenetics….>>11
Ginger Nash, ND
Pros and cons of IgE, IgG, and IgA blood tests for diagnosing food allergies and sensitivities, and the role of lectins and blood type in food tolerance.


Depression—Part 1………………………..>>14
David Arneson, NMD
Reassessing causative factors of depression and reevaluating the effectiveness of allopathic versus naturopathic treatment protocols.


Looking More Closely at Andrographis paniculata…………………>>19
Robin DiPasquale, ND, AHG(RH)
This herb possesses myriad healing properties, such as antibacterial, antiviral and immunestimulating effects, cardiovascular effects, hepatoprotective action, and more.


What a Pain!…………………………………..>>22
Joseph Kellerstein, DC, ND
How allopathic drugs wreaked havoc with one man’s symptoms due to a benign brain tumor until homeopathy stepped in.


Media Resources for NDs……………….>>23
Stacie Deyglio, ND
A review of current media resources for the naturopathic industry.


Rethinking How We Support Naturopathic Academic Medicine……>>28
David J. Schleich, PhD
How do we rekindle and assure a rich learning experience for students and teachers during a time when the gates of naturopathic medical education
are under siege?


To Fear or to Trust the Fever?……..>>24
Sussanna C. Czeranko, ND, BBE
Traditional naturopathy teaches us to embrace the fever as either friend or foe toward a positive outcome to cure.

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