Dr. Robert Pastore, PhD, CNS

Coronavirus
COVID-19

An Overview of Treatment Research for COVID-19

As for now (May 8th, 2020) there is no FDA or CDC recommended approved treatment for COVID-19. Patients are receiving lifesaving therapy and many doctors are using all they have at their disposal to save lives. This article presents just some of the treatment research for COVID-19 being pursued now.

Coronavirus
COVID-19

COVID-19 and Cytokine Storms

What is the reason why healthy people in addition to the elderly can succumb to COVID-19? One key reason is cytokine storm. The culmination of this “storm” is a massive immune system response that actually ends up negatively impacting normal pulmonary function, in some cases leading to death.

Celiac
Food Allergies

Lactose Intolerance and Celiac Disease

Those with celiac disease are at a much higher risk of also having a lactose intolerance. In a study by Ojetti in the journal Digestion back in 2005, 24% of subjects with lactase deficiency tested positive for celiac disease and lactose intolerance was the only symptom manifestation of celiac disease.

Celiac

What is the proper medical follow up for a celiac patient?

Receiving continuing proper medical care after the diagnosis of celiac disease is critical. I call the process of medical follow up for the celiac disease patient the 3 or 6 and 12 month post diagnosis process (just remember 3 or 6 and 12).

Celiac

What if you have celiac disease and consumed gluten?

What should you do if you have celiac disease and consumed gluten? I share my recommendations on the logical course of action and two different supplementations that may be helpful post-exposure.

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