“Is Aloe Vera Gel the Best Treatment for Lichen Planus?” Lichen planus is a chronic autoimmune disease, typically of our moist membranes, such as the inside of our mouth, but can also affect other body surfaces, and it’s not that rare, around 1%, making it one of the commoner conditions seen in oral medicine clinics.… Read more Is Aloe Vera Gel the Best Treatment for Lichen Planus?
you [Music] what are some pill free ways to improve your sex life exercise quit smoking don’t drink too much don’t weigh too much and eat a healthy diet but what does that mean heart healthy lifestyle changes are sex healthy lifestyle changes as has been demonstrated in studies from around the world including in… Read more Best Foods to Improve Sexual Function
Have you ever heard of the term Bio-Individuality? Well it means “There’s no onesize-fits-all diet – each person is a unique individual with highly individualized nutritional requirements.” There’s the belief that “Personal differences in genetics metabolism, body composition and cell structure all influence our overall health and the foods that make us feel our best… Read more Everyone Is Different And We Need Different Diets? Dr Greger & Dr Klaper
One of the most popular diets at the moment is the ketogenic diet. This diet was originally discovered as a useful treatment for epilepsy, however it’s being widely used today for weight loss and there are some clinical trials providing weak evidence for an anti-tumor effect, particularly for glioblastoma. The ketogenic diet consists of roughly… Read more Is A Vegan Ketogenic Diet Healthy? Dr Greger & Dr Barnard
There seems to be some debate within the plant based community as to how much fat we should be consuming. In a previous video we heard how Dr Esselstyn recommends absolutely no nuts for anyone with heart disease and only allows 1-2 tablespoon of ground flax or chia seed per day. So at one end… Read more How Much Fat Should We Eat On A Plant Based Diet? Dr Greger & Dr Esselstyn
“Treating Infant Colic by Changing Mom’s Diet” Colic affects up to 40% of young infants, characterized by prolonged periods of inconsolable crying. The condition is often dismissed as trivial by the medical profession, but should be treated seriously. It can contribute to postpartum depression, interfere with breastfeeding, and even lead to the death of the… Read more Treating Infant Colic by Changing Mom’s Diet