CIRS Testing (chronic inflammatory response syndrome) & Why It May Be Critical

CIRS is also known as ‘chronic inflammatory response syndrome’ CIRS is based upon a series of inflammatory responses to biotoxin exposure, such as mold exposure from water-damaged buildings The panel of specific lab markers for CIRS can vary greatly, but often provide important clinical information that can be used for treatment protocols and tracking progress

Autoimmune Thyroid, Danger Signaling & Innate Immune Activation

The origins of autoimmune thyroid disease should be appropriately viewed from the context of immunological dysregulation, set forth by a myriad number of genetic and epigenetic factors. This view should seek to investigate the metabolic significances of thyroid physiology, with its highly oxidative environment, as well as its propensities towards heightened danger signaling and innate

CYP21a2, RCCX & Adrenal Function: A Completely Different Perspective

The label “adrenal fatigue” has been debated and deconstructed, endlessly for decades. Adrenal fatigue, or adrenal burnout is a term used by alternative healthcare practitioners as an attempt to make sense of an array of symptoms pertaining to fatigue, exhaustion, and everything that is associated with those symptoms. Practitioners utilize various cortisol hormone tests, as

Polysaccharides, Mushrooms & The Complement Immune System

The medicinal properties of fungi are well established. The primary immune-activating constituents include various polysaccharides, including beta glucans, mannans and lectins. The effects of these polysaccharides have far-reaching possibilities for various aspects of the human immune system, including those relating to innate, complement immunity. Polysaccharides & The Complement Immune System The complement immune system is