Learn The Best Tests For Celiac Disease and Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity

Thursday Sep 1 2016 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

If you think you have Celiac Disease, or want to know if you have Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity, don’t guess. Get tested. You might call your ... more »

Can Food Allergies Be Cured?

Friday Apr 17 2015 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

What Goes On Inside Effects How You React To The Outside   Eight foods account for 90 percent of all allergic reactions. The “big ... more »

It’s Time To Rethink Our View on Vaccination

Friday Nov 21 2014 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

We need a wiser approach to vaccines, and parents need a better understanding of the benefits and risks. In the late 1950s, Polio—a contagious, ... more »

7 Weird Health Habits That Can Make Life Better

Wednesday Jun 11 2014 | by Colleen M. Story

Go ahead—sing out loud. Studies show it helps relieve stress and anxiety. You’re eating right. You’re exercising regularly. You’re doing your ... more »

Hives—12 Natural Ways to Soothe the Redness and the Itch

Wednesday Jun 4 2014 | by Colleen M. Story

There is no cure for hives, but you can try natural options to soothe the itching and redness. You itch. You scratch. And they just get worse. ... more »

The Incredible Superfood You’re Not Eating Enough Of

Tuesday Apr 29 2014 | by Emily Vencat

Get more spirulina in your diet to boost the immune system and ease allergy symptoms. It’s bright turquoise, it’s an algae, and it might be the ... more »

5 Herbal Remedies for a Sinus Infection

Monday Apr 7 2014 | by Colleen M. Story

In addition to your neti pot, try these herbs for faster relief of your sinus infection. The headaches. Earaches. Stuffiness. Insomnia. Sinus ... more »

Winter Allergies—Triggers and 5 Natural Solutions

Monday Feb 17 2014 | by Colleen M. Story

Winter allergies can be worse than spring ones, causing symptoms that feel like a cold. When most of us think of allergies, we think of grasses, ... more »

How Your Couch Could Be Making You Sick

Monday Dec 16 2013 | by Colleen M. Story

While you’re snoozing, you could be exposed to flame retardants, which have been linked to hormone disruption. It looks so innocent sitting there in ... more »

Chemical Sensitivity: Genetically Vulnerable to a Toxic World

Friday Oct 25 2013 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

Chemical sensitivity can cause headaches, stomachaches, and even chronic disease. My family was planning for a festive Thanksgiving Day. I decided a ... more »

All About Honey: Raw, Wild, Manuka…What Kind is Best for Health?

Friday Apr 26 2013 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

Honey is supposed to be good for you, but then again, it adds sugar to your diet. Which is the best kind to use for good health? I grew up on a ... more »

Get Rid of Mold—Without Increasing Your Risk of Breast Cancer

Monday Apr 22 2013 | by Colleen M. Story

Mold is definitely unattractive, but it can also be dangerous for your health. Mold is bad news. Study after study points to the health damage it can ... more »

14 Plants that Clean Your Indoor Air of Toxic Chemicals

Monday Mar 25 2013 | by Colleen M. Story

The simple Chrysanthemum can help you breathe cleaner indoor air. In a 1987 study, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ranked indoor air ... more »

Too Many Trips to McDonald’s May Cause Asthma in Kids

Monday Mar 18 2013 | by Colleen M. Story

A new study indicates that children who eat fast frequent fast food meals may be more at risk for asthmatic symptoms. On February 6, 2013, we ... more »

Natural Remedies for Seasonal Allergies

Monday Oct 8 2012 | by Kevin Gianni

Tired of sneezing and wheezing but want to avoid medications? Try these natural remedies for relief. Fall allergies in 2012? They’re expected to ... more »

Does Hudson Need a Puppy, Too, to Grow Up Super-Healthy? : Exclusive Renegade Health Article

Monday Aug 13 2012 | by Kevin Gianni

A dog? Jonny 5 says, “Don’t even think about it. I got this.” Our cat, Jonny 5, thought he was doing his job by staying close to our ... more »

How Long Does That Tiny Bit of Gluten Affect Your Body? : Guest Author Donna Gates

Tuesday Jul 24 2012 | by Donna Gates

It’s just one piece of cake, but how long will hte inflammation affect your body? Sometimes people eat a piece of cake even though they know ... more »

New Science Shows Infants are Born with Gut Bacteria — How Do You Make it Healthy? : Exclusive Article by J. E. Williams

Friday May 4 2012 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

New studies show that babies are born with intestinal flora already in place, which can greatly influence later health and personality. What goes on ... more »

So What’s The Final Verdict on Soy, Is it Good For You Or Bad? : Exclusive Renegade Health Article

Tuesday Nov 29 2011 | by Kevin Gianni

We stopped selling Annmarie’s soap because we were unable to confirm that the soy was from a non-GMO source! Now what about eating it? Soy, as ... more »

Help, I Feel Like I’m Sensitive to Everything I Eat! : Exclusive Renegade Health Artcile

Friday Aug 26 2011 | by Kevin Gianni

My $7.00 fruit bowl yesterday morning. The only thing I’m sensitive to here is the price. I’ve met a lot of people who have difficulty ... more »

Help, I Have a Problem with Gluten! Can I Ever Eat Wheat Again? : Renegade Health Exclusive Article

Wednesday Jan 26 2011 | by Kevin Gianni

Walking in a winter wonderland earlier today… It’s snowing again in the Northeast! I do love the snow, but I also really love being ... more »

Can Your Digestion Determine The Foods You Can or Can’t Eat? : The Renegade Health Show Episode #749

Friday Jan 21 2011 | by Kevin Gianni

Lot’s of questions today… In this episode, I’ll answer questions about protein powders, eating too much fruit, digestive problems, ... more »

Could GMO Foods Be Causing Your Allergies? : The Renegade Health Show Episode #690

Monday Nov 1 2010 | by Kevin Gianni

More from Jeffrey Smith today… In this episode, we talk about GMO foods and if they can be causing allergies. Please, like the others, be sure ... more »