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Christina Carreau BA, ND

Bread and other foods made of wheat have sustained humans for centuries. It has become a perceived ‘essential’ part of our diet here in North America and is often consumed in excessive amounts. I see this over and over again when looking at diet diaries: cereal or toast for breakfast, […]

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Christina Carreau, BA, ND

There is an increasing amount of hype and confusion surrounding food allergies. Let me provide some clarity on the issue by explaining the two different types of allergic reactions that can occur. With food allergies, the body reacts by releasing cells called antibodies. Foods that cause antibodies to be released […]

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