Nicole Cutler, L.Ac., MTCM, Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM)®
Here are my most recent posts:
It is important to drink plenty of fluids in the summer to stay hydrated. Learn about the best beverage choices you can make for your liver’s well being.
Especially if you are managing a chronic liver ailment, there are four irrefutable reasons to put kale on your weekly grocery list.
Signs of liver disease can be vague. Do you suffer from any of these signs of a bad liver?
Appreciate the dandelion – the weed capable of reducing congestion in your liver.
Preventing tick bites without toxic chemicals is a win-win for everyone – especially for those who have chronic liver disease.
An experimental drug for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease has received high marks in a mid-stage trial.
Have you heard that specialized liver cancer cells are part of an elaborate, investigational treatment for end stage liver disease?
Once associated with bodybuilders looking to increase muscle mass, protein powders actually have many applications – including helping those with some types of liver problems.
Learn about the influence oxidation, free radicals and antioxidants have on those with liver disease.
Try this! Lemon’s close cousin, the lime is a great culinary ingredient for supporting liver wellness.
The new snacking solution for a healthier weight, a healthier liver and a healthier you.
Don’t depend on the FDA for your safety. Know which synthetic food dyes may be harmful to your liver.
UltraThistle® and Clinical LiverSupport are two of the best liver health supplements that money can buy. Which one is best for you?
A fat used in baking and sautéing, coconut oil may harbor some exciting protective effects for the liver.
Two different types of supplements offer gut support for those with liver concerns.
We wash our hands to keep clean and prevent the spread of infection, but hand washing might also pose a liver cancer risk.
Did you know that a bio-artificial liver is currently in human trials? Similar to how hemodialysis can be a lifesaver for those with kidney failure, the bio-artificial liver can do the same for those facing liver failure.
A common probiotic has been shown to minimize lipogenesis and promote lipolysis – complementary actions that both prevent and reverse fat from accumulating in the liver.