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Susan Blum
Dr. Susan Blum is a pioneer in Functional Medicine, author of the popular book, The Immune System Recovery Plan, and founder of Blum Health MD.
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Susan Blum 13h
August is Peach Month, but enjoy them organic! finds they are contaminated with pesticides.
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Susan Blum Aug 15
August 15 is Relaxation Day. Take a moment to celebrate, stress is a major factor in health and chronic ailments!
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Susan Blum Aug 14
Make your own gut healthy kombucha and kefir from home!
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Susan Blum Aug 13
A large body of evidence now shows arthroscopic knee surgery is ineffective. Is it time to see how diet can work?
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Susan Blum Aug 12
Why are planned meals important? Your food choices might be made by gut bacteria, not your brain!
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Susan Blum Aug 11
Common mistakes tend to derail perfectly good elimination diets. Read my article and avoid them.
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Susan Blum Aug 10
I had a great time with yesterday discussing how to treat . Tune in!
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Susan Blum Aug 10
Replying to @ddelacruzwdc
Great work! We built a kitchen in my practice for this exact reason. Functional medicine is the future.
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Susan Blum Aug 9
A diet supplemented with soy protein may be an effective adjunct therapy for IBDs. Food is medicine!
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Klaire Labs Aug 7
According to , looking at the gut is 101. Read more in .
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Susan Blum Aug 8
Fish (and omega-3s) is great medicine for Rheumatoid Arthritis.
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Susan Blum Aug 7
There is a link between leaky gut and almost every chronic inflammatory health condition.
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Susan Blum Aug 6
The 5 Most Common Food Sensitivities. The only way to know which affects you is to eliminate exposure.
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Susan Blum Aug 5
Ten reasons you can't lose weight. Number 8 will surprise!
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Susan Blum Aug 4
From weight to autoimmunity, the microbiome is key. Restore it with us to say goodbye to your worst symptoms.
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Susan Blum Aug 3
Parkinson's disease may start right in the gut.
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Susan Blum Aug 2
9 essential habits can improve your mental and physical health.
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Susan Blum Aug 1
How do your trillions of roommates feel about your home? Maybe it's time to think about it.
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Susan Blum Jul 31
Dirt has a microbiome too, and it could improve your health.
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Susan Blum Jul 30
Leaky gut is associated with arthritis, autoimmune disease, allergies, and food sensitivities. Here's what to know.
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