In conventional medicine, doctors frequently rush to procedures like endoscopies or colonoscopies without getting to the underlying cause of symptoms like abdominal bloating. These procedures don’t give you information about what is going on at the cellular level…at the functional level of your GI tract. Just taking an antacid or a gas blocker isn’t really
It’s not normal to be constantly belching after you eat or develop a huge belly that prevents you from being able to button your pants. It’s more than just a “sensitive stomach”. Even though SIBO (or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) seems to be on the rise, many conventional doctors don’t recognize the symptoms and the
Dealing with the aftermath of a concussion or traumatic brain injury (TBI) and dealing with brain fog? It may not all be in head! Significant GI symptoms may result from that bad blow to your head. If you have had a concussion, you’re going to need more than a careful examination of your brain function.
Is your brain on fire? Can’t think clearly Memory fuzzy? Too much gas in the tummy? These symptoms may be connected! You know, there’s been a new buzzword going around for quite a while it’s called leaky gut. The term leaky gut is used to describe what is called increased intestinal permeability. The cells lining
Going to a traditional doctor with symptoms of heartburn may have you leaving the office with a prescription for a medication that will help curb the pain. But have you really had an explanation of the cause of this distressing problem? Probably not. Depending on how frequently you experience heartburn may indicate a more serious
Ever have a “gut feeling” about something? Can it be that your gut actually thinks or is it something else at work? Health starts in the gut. You have to properly digest your food and then you have to absorb the nutrients from your food. If you are eating the Standard American Diet of processed