Is your gut telling you something is off?

Are you struggling with regular belly aches that you can’t explain?

Ever wonder why some people tend to have “stomachs of iron” while you’re always the “sensitive one” and have to watch what you eat?

As much as I appreciate all the cutting-edge allergy and gut testing out there, sometimes it misses the mark!


Because most tests find imbalances – even those with “iron guts” have something funky going on in their intestines.

While knowing your sensitivities (or chronic digestive issues) is a step in the right direction, you have to know why you have imbalances in the first place.

The best way to figure that out is through a very simple stool test (pop your poop in the post!) and we can get down to business (pun intended)!

The one I use in my clinic identifies harmful bacteria, yeast, inflammation markers, enzyme production, immune mucous layer integrity, and what’s happening with the levels of your gut bacteria (as well as the presence of undigested fat in the stool).

After this, it’s time for the Four R’s: Remove. Replace. Repair. Reintroduce.

1️⃣ Remove inflammatory foods (such as those on the food sensitivity panel and all junk foods). Some people are even eating “healthy” junk foods like protein bars and shake which are highly inflammatory foods. We also address dysbiosis (the bad guys when it comes to gut flora) including bacteria, yeast, parasites, and worms – yep there may be some wiggly guys in there. I do it the herbal way since herbs contain antimicrobial, anti-parasitic, and anti-fungal properties. This process can take a few weeks, but you’ll love the benefits – including clearer skin, weight loss, and more energy!!

2️⃣ Replace digestive enzymes and specific nutrients you are lacking (like Vitamins B, D, and A, choline, B12, or even iron), bile, and acid, and keep on the clean diet protocol from the “Remove” phase.

3️⃣ Repopulate good gut bacteria as needed – with probiotics, fermented foods, and prebiotic foods that feed the good bacteria (like carrots, leeks, and onions for example).

4️⃣ Repair the gut lining with healing herbs and functional foods. Sometimes, the lining of your intestines can take a hit and get damaged or even torn. At {{}}, I use natural supplements that help your body repair that lining so you don’t get nasty bacterial overgrowth and toxins that can leach into your bloodstream.

After completing the 4R process, you can reintroduce some of the foods you were sensitive to in the past – but remember to do one at a time slowly to see how you react.

Many of my clients fall in love with their new way of eating and lose the taste of trigger foods (that can also harm your gut like gluten) and don’t even worry about this phase because they feel so amazing!

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To your health,

Dr. Wanda Bedinghaus, MD, IFMCP
Healing Unleashed

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About Healing Unleashed

Known for her successful treatment of mystery illnesses, Dr. Wanda Bedinghaus and her team at Healing Unleashed combine an integrative, functional medicine approach with the appropriate lab testing.

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