Nicole Cutler, L.Ac., MTCM, Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM)®
Here are my most recent posts:
Even with the vaccination available for seasonal flu, many people are still getting sick. Find out 9 natural tips for fighting the flu when living with a compromised liver.
The time of day may play a part in liver fat accumulation, a discovery that could change attempts to treat fatty liver and metabolic syndrome.
Currently, there is no medication approved to reduce the escalation of fatty liver disease. But could there be? And could thyroid hormones be the answer?
Discover if gender can have anything to do with the manifestation of liver disease. If so, do men or women have it worse?
Discover 3 simple, non-pharmaceutical techniques that you can try at home to treat your gallbladder and liver pain.
Most gynecologists and hepatologists do not work together, yet patients with polycystic ovaries and fatty liver have similar metabolic profiles.
Forbidden rice has transitioned from being a forbidden food in ancient China to a recommended one for anyone wanting dietary liver support.
Data from a newly completed trial provides good news for those with advanced liver cancer.
Move over raisins – wolfberries are really something to howl about when it comes to liver healthy snacking.
Discover how chaga, a little-known treasure from Siberia, can help protect and support your liver.
We know that greens are good for us, but choosing the best one for liver health is no simple feat. Although it’s hard to go wrong when choosing naturally green produce, those with liver concerns will find arugula to be especially valuable.
This winter, pick the best warm beverages to protect your liver from harm.
Learn how you can be proactive this holiday season and bypass the typical December potholes that endanger your liver.
In unison with lifestyle modifications, supplementing with UltraThistle’s silybin phytosome complex greatly increases the odds in your battle against fatty liver.
New research could influence cannabis legality by indicating that marijuana may ward off non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
What is psoriasis, and how is this skin condition linked to fatty liver?
Many healthy food choices seem to include yogurt. Research even indicates that yogurt can benefit those with a fatty liver. However, all yogurts are not created equally – and the healthful attributes of yogurt are not universal.
If you still drink soda and care about your liver, it’s time to give it up! Carbonated water might be your ideal solution.
As long as you consider the banana guidelines described below, this popular fruit could be a great addition to your plan for optimal liver health.