Monthly Archives: September 2012
A recent article in Psychology Today describes a study that links honeybee population decline to a pesticide called Imidacloprid, used heavily on corn crops since 2004. Bee colonies were kept enclosed for six months and fed HFCS (often used for … Continue reading
In the June article, we covered gluten sensitivity, why it is so difficult to test for this sensitivity as well as the various reasons that people can become sensitive over time. If you missed the June newsletter, you can access it here.
This month, we want to continue the discussion and focus on the genetic component of gluten sensitivity and its relationship to autoimmune disease. This connection is very important and can affect virtually anyone because autoimmune diseases develop overtime and can happen at any age.