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For anyone trying to change his or her eating habits, going to the doctor can be discouraging. Often, efforts to reverse chronic disease using nutrition is met with skepticism, condescension and a prescription when discussed with physicians. However, there’s good news in Cincinnati! UC’s Institute for Integrative Health and Wellness has strengthened its partnership with our areas largest organic farm. Medical students and other health professionals will now make regular trips to Turner Hill Farm, in Indian Hill, to a new teaching kitchen, to learn how food can be used to prevent disease. This comes on the heels of a growing movement in medicine that aims to educate patients on the importance and value of nutrition. Dr. David Eisenberg, associate ...
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What Is Low Dose Naltrexone?

Naltrexone is commonly known as a drug that was approved by the FDA in the mid-1980s for drug addiction, and a few years later, for alcohol addiction. Naltrexone works by blocking the effects of drugs known as opioids (a class that includes morphine, heroin or codeine).  Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is approximately 1/10th of the typical opioid addiction treatment dosage. In most published research, the daily dosage is 4.5 mg, though the dosage can vary a few milligrams below or above that common value. Should I ask my doctor about LDN? If you suffer from an autoimmune disorder (Multiple Sclerosis, Crohn’s, Hashimoto’s, Thyroid, Fibromyalgia, Lupus, etc.), cancer, tumors or HIV/AIDS, you want to speak to your doctor about adding LDN ...
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