Food Allergies vs. Intolerances

Food allergies are very specific inflammatory pathways: Immune globulin A, G, or E. Immune globulin A is concentrated in mucous membrane tissues in the gut. IgA allergies affect primarily the digestive tract. Immune globulin E is concentrated in the respiratory tract and the skin; hence, IgE reactions tend to cause bronchial constriction (asthma) and hives. Immune globulin G causes delayed...
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Winter Solstice: Sun Stands Still

Winter Solstice: Sun Stands Still By Judith Boice, ND, LAc, FABNO Excerpted from Soul Medicine: A Physician’s Reflections on Life, Love, Death and Healing   The light is fading, and the sky is bending down to bathe the powdery snow with topaz blue. The moon has not yet risen; I’m watching for that light to spread pearlescent over the silent, waiting fields. Each evening, when the boys...
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