Address Your Chronic Disease with Dietary Changes

Guest Info & Links: Erin Porter , Founder of
From the Show: Health Radio
Summary: What you eat has an impact on your health. Are you eating foods that fuel your chronic disease?
Air Date: 4/7/16
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Erin Porter , Founder of
Erin-PorterErin Porter is the founder of After battling with chronic disease for over 25 years, enduring several unnecessary surgeries, and over 100 courses of antibiotics, she has dedicated her life to encouraging people to find out the root cause of their illnesses as well as how to eat a healthy diet to promote healing. The site not only has recipes and health tips, but almost every recipe comes with an encouraging or positive story. For example "Creamy Chicken soup... And 7 Ways to Ensure You Will Be Miserable" (tips on ditching the seven negative traits/thoughts we all may find ourselves doing).
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Address Your Chronic Disease with Dietary Changes
Sugar gives your cells a burst of energy. Sweets are tasty, and that burst of energy may seem helpful.

The problem is that sugar gives energy to damaged cells and parasites within the body. Fungal parasites want sugar, and they can cause you to crave sugar.

Fungi are responsible for a myriad of health conditions that are difficult to diagnose. They may be the cause behind your uncured chronic disease.

Listen in as Erin Porter, Founder of, joins Melanie Cole, MS, to discuss finding the root cause of chronic illness and treating it with dietary changes.


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