Time for another Weekly Round UP! This week we learn more about FODMAPS and gut health, ancestral eating, and how inflammation and autoimmune disease contribute to endometriosis.
The Low FODMAP Diet
Everything you don’t know about ancestral eating and culture
Endometriosis: Treat the Immune System
Fun! Health Nuts Swap Diets with Junk Food Addicts
How the low FODMAP diet can help support your gut
A great article from Health Coach Louise on the FODMAP diet. As you might have guessed, FODMAP is an acronym for the indigestible sugars you will be avoiding on this dietary protocol (Fermentable Oligo-, Di-, Mono-saccharides And Polyols). The most wanted FODMAPs include Lactose, Fructose, Fructans, Galactans, and Polyols. There’s good research to show that following the FODMAP dietary recommendations can significantly support gut health.
A little ancestral eating update from Paleo Magazine
Enjoy this interview with Stephen Le, where his travels and experiences with some interesting foods. The interview also offers a great discussion about the impact of different climates on our health and how eating the same vegetables all the time might not be the best strategy. He also shares an interesting take on red meat consumption and aging, it might not be what you think.
Doctor Briden offers a different perspective on endometriosis
I’m sure most of my readers have heard about estrogen dominance and the negative impacts on our health. One condition that is commonly linked to estrogen dominance is endometriosis but maybe this relationship is more complicated than we thought. Learn how whole body inflammation and autoimmune disease contribute to endometriosis. She also offers some great suggestions to help you feel some relief if you are struggling with this condition.
Learn the different conditions that Mycotoxin Illness can imitate
Amy Myers offers some info and tips for managing Candida