Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition

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“So, what have you been eating?”

How well do you know about the foods you are putting into your body? Do you completely understand how food affects your health? There are many foods that are affecting your body in negative ways that you may not hear about on the television or in the newspapers. The root of many medical conditions may start with what you have on your plate; and without changing what you are putting into your body, the outcome might not look appetizing.

Understanding neurological disorders has been the driving force behind the research of the Wisconsin Institute of Nutrition and Dr. Bruce Semon, M.D., Ph.D. Here, there is valuable information concerning these devastating diseases as well as valuable information on yeast free diets, the truth being cottonseed in your food and much more.

If you know someone who has Alzheimer’s, you know how devastating this disease can be. The question of “What causes Alzheimer’s” has been the topic of research for Dr. Semon and may have been a question that has been plaguing you. What can you do to prevent this terrible disease? How are you going to get the knowledge you need to prevent this in your life and your families.

Nutrition Institute has plenty of articles that answer, “What causes Alzheimer’s?” “What is a candida diet?” “How can a yeast free diet help me?” as well as valuable information on ADHD, Tourette’s, Autism, Cancer and more.

If you are looking for a refreshing and honest look on medical conditions that begin with the food you eat. Check out everything Nutrition Institute has to offer.

Dr. Bruce Semon, M.D., Ph.D.

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