What You Need To Expect When Starting A New Diet To Help With Chronic Pain

Many medical experts think that diets can go a long way for those of us who are suffering from a chronic disease. Changing your diet and watching your intake of harmful foods can be a healthy choice for just anyone. It can be especially helpful for people with a chronic disease who are just looking for ways to feel a


An Autoimmune Disease Diet: Should You Try Paleo This Year?

One of the most difficult parts of having an autoimmune disease is trying to figure out how your lifestyle should change to help treat it. Your lifestyle can be anything from your sleeping schedule to your eating habits. It takes a lot of trial and error. Unfortunately, there isn’t one complete and specific answer that will work for every single


An Autoimmune Disease Diet: How To Eat Your Favorite Holiday Dishes And Stay Healthy

The holidays can bring stress, relatives, pain & fatigue, and of course keeping Santa Claus a secret is never easy. Yet one of the best things about the holiday season is the food. There’s nothing that can beat the stuffing, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, cookies and puddings that come with the holiday season. But the problem is that when you’re


Chronic Disease Dinner Guide: Gluten-Free Meals Your Kids Will Love

An unfortunate part of managing a chronic disease is having to overhaul your entire diet. Many of us will have to switch to gluten-free, dairy-free or paleo diets in an attempt to keep our bodies healthy and capable of combating our autoimmune disease. While it can be a painful experience to let go of gluten or dairy, as those of

Glutened No More: New Portable Device Tests Food For Gluten In Minutes

At SXSW Interactive 2016, I was lucky enough to catch up with two of the team members of 6SensorLabs, based in San Francisco: Scott Sundvor, co-founder and fellow autoimmune patient with IBD, and Heather Sliwinski, PR lead. 6SensorLabs’ product, Nima, won Time Magazine’s “Best Inventions of 2015” last year and this product looks to be a huge advance for those