What is a Butyrylcholinesterase (BCHE) Deficiency?

Ever heard of a Butyrylcholinesterase (BCHE) Deficiency? No worries, it’s a mouthful! But trust me, this tiny enzyme holds a big secret about your health. From affecting your mood to your risk of diseases, BCHE’s got its fingers in many pies. We’ll even dive into what nightshade foods have to do with it. We’re decoding BCHE, one fascinating piece at a time!

My Lipedema Story – Part 8 – The Healing Diet

June is Lipedema Awareness Month – I’m sharing my story to help raise awareness. PART 8 – My Lipedema Story – The Healing Diet In my previous article, I discussed how certain health foods can cause inflammation and lead to a host of health problems, including the progression of Lipedema. Today, I want to share …

Should NIGHTSHADE Veggies Be Consumed in Pregnancy?

During pregnancy, it’s important to be aware of the foods you eat and their potential effects on both you and your baby. That’s why it’s essential to know about nightshades and their cautions during pregnancy. Nightshades include a variety of vegetables such as tomatoes, potatoes, eggplants, bell peppers, tomatillos, pimentos and goji berries. Pregnant women should carefully consider whether or not to consume these types of vegetables since they contain a toxic chemical called solanine that can cause health complications in some cases.