Q. What are AIDS and ARC? Are they related to immune system function and what can I do to protect my brain and body?
Q. My doctor recently said that I have a definite sensitivity to wheat grains, gluten in particular, and recommended that I alter the way I eat to benefit my immune system and brain. For the past 6 weeks I’ve been eating mostly fresh fruits and veggies. Yes, I have more energy and seem to be thinking more clearly but those are rather limited options. Do you have any gluten-free recipes?
Q. I was told that aluminum causes Alzheimer’s disease and my antiperspirant contains aluminum. What do you use?
Q. In my family it seems that anxiety accompanies hopelessness. How do you describe anxiety and what is its link, if any, with hopelessness?
Q. Recently I was diagnosed with not one but two autoimmune diseases. My therapist told me that some of this may be due to childhood experiences when our home was filled with dysfunctional physical, emotion, and sexual abuse. Is that even remotely possible?
Q. What’s the connection between the brain and the immune system?
Q. I once heard you say something to the effect that “The brain and the immune system have their hands so deeply shoved into each other’s pockets that it’s hard to tell which is which.” I loved that metaphor. Is there any new research about that close connection?
Q. What does the brain have to do with the immune system, and vice versa?
Q. I would like to know some characteristics of individuals whose brains are anxious.
Q. How is CFIDS diagnosed and treated?
Q. What’s all this about DNA having a hidden code or second language that may be responsible for triggering diseases? And what is DNA anyway?
Q. I was just told that I have something called Dysbiosis. What in heaven's name is that and does it have anything to do with my brain?
Q. Is there any one condition that may form the basis of many (if not most) of the chronic diseases we see today?
Q. Our twins, boys and a girl, seem to have a different level of health. When they catch a cold, my son acts a lot sicker than my daughter. Matter of fact, so does my husband. I tell them to stop using a cold or the flu to get attention!
Q. I heard something on the news about “Man Flu.” Really? I know is that when I have the flu I’m rarely “laid out.” I just keep taking care of the family even though I don’t feel very good. My husband on the other hand is flat out on the couch moaning and asking me to bring him hot tea and you name it. So is there anything to this besides him wanting attention?
Q. My sister-in-law has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis that her doctor says related to demyelination. What does that mean in regular words?
Q. I’ve heard you speak...and the process of completing a personal Loss Line has been very helpful. Is there something like that for anxiety?