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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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What's good for your gut is good for your health. Imbalanced microbiome linked to systemic sclerosis.
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Susan Blum Jun 25
"Real" is better than fake. Here are 11 reasons real food will help you lose weight.
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Susan Blum Jun 24
10 Dietary and lifestyle changes to make to be sure you are getting a healthy amount of .
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Susan Blum Jun 23
I love coconut oil. One reason? It may reverse cartilage deterioration and improve symptoms.
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Susan Blum Jun 22
No surprise here. Long periods of change the microbiome and increase .
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Susan Blum Jun 21
What is and what can you do about it?
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Susan Blum Jun 21
Research shows an association between microbiota and the in people with . Diet is a great treatment!
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Susan Blum Jun 20
Phthalates, which are used in some plastics, increase the risk of allergies among children.
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Susan Blum Jun 19
Stress relief is pain relief. Here are 7 hacks you can master in the next 5 minutes.
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Susan Blum Jun 18
What exactly is an anyway? Great writing from .
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Susan Blum Jun 17
Osteoarthritis may be prevented with and . Great support for my book Healing Arthritis!
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Susan Blum Jun 15
Could tea help with or chronic fatigue syndrome? It might. Here’s why:
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Susan Blum Jun 14
You can get enough protein without . Here are six easy ways to incorporate plant-based into your diet.
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Susan Blum Jun 13
Join me on Facebook live to discuss Healing now!
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Susan Blum Jun 12
Are you aware of the role mold plays in your health? Here's how to take care of yourself.
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Susan Blum Jun 10
Have or ? A diet is right for you. See how it relieves intestinal discomfort.
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Susan Blum Jun 10
Replying to @janemarycullen
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Susan Blum Jun 10
You need . These are the best foods to find them in.
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Susan Blum Jun 9
Large amounts of lectins can reduce your body’s ability to absorb nutrients. Cook these foods well, especially #2!
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Susan Blum Jun 8
Noisy knees? may be in your future, but you can start eating to prevent it now.
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