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Our Brains Cannot Tell Psychosocial Stress from Fear Psychosocial stress and fear have traditionally been looked at as different emotional experiences that are processed through different areas of the brain.  New study has found that this is not the case and the human brain reacts the same to both stimuli. The study used functional MRI […]

How We Develop Anxiety

September 23, 2020

The Brain is highly affected by food and is sensitive to what we eat Immune reactions against food can alter cortisol levels and brain activation levels When the brain is abnormally activated over an extended period of time, it will “learn” that activation pattern Having a continued alertness response in the brain eventually becomes anxiety […]

Food Sensitivities and Anxiety

March 5, 2014

Abdominal bloating/Pain Reflux and indigestion Diarrhea/Constipation Fatigue Brain Fog Anxiety Skin Problems Genetic modification and hybridization of food Immune system overload caused by environmental chemicals and toxins Food sensitivities are becoming very common due to several changes in our food supply and environment.  Patients diagnosed with a food sensitivity typically have suffered through a long […]

What is a Food Sensitivity?

February 19, 2014