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Author: Elaine Moore's Blog Created: 8/6/2008
Topics, tips, general information, controversies and commentaries on a variety of health topics, by Elaine Moore.

Mercury as an Autoimmune Disease Risk Factor

By Elaine Moore on 4/19/2015

Mercury may trigger autoimmune disease in women

Autoimmune diseases
Research News

Sugar and the Immune System

By Elaine Moore on 1/3/2014
Sugar is the real culprit when it comes to immune system health
immune system

Plant phyotchemicals in neurodegenerative and inflammatory diseases

By Elaine Moore on 7/15/2013

This technical article explains how fruits and vegetables help us!

Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity

By Elaine Moore on 2/6/2013

Use Caution With Gluten-Free Baked Goods

Autoimmune diseases
gluten free

More on Gluten

By Elaine Moore on 2/6/2013

How going gluten-free helped a boy with arthritis

Shingles and Graves' Disease

By Elaine Moore on 10/20/2012

Risk increased in autoimmune diseases

False Positive Elevations of T3 after Viral Infections

By Elaine Moore on 3/4/2012

Viruses and sudden transient changes in T3 and T4 levels.

Graves' Disease
high T3
thyroid antibodies

Gluten Sensitive? Watch Your Cosmetics

By Elaine Moore on 11/2/2011

Is gluten hiding in your cosmetics and medicine cabinet?

celiac disease
dermatitis herpetiformis
gluten sensitivity

Discoveries from the Longevity Project

By Elaine Moore on 10/5/2011

What Researchers Learned About Health from the Landmark 8-Decade Study


High Glycemic Diets and Inflammation

By Elaine Moore on 10/3/2011

The Importance of Maintaining a Normal Blood Sugar in Autoimmune Disease

Autoimmune diseases
blood glucose

Elaine Moore Graves' Disease and Autoimmune Disease Education 

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