Gut Health

The top 13 things I learned (or re-learned) about health this year

1. Your home’s health is just as important as your own – check the humidity and have a look around for mold 2. The role of the gut microbiome remains understated. For one thing, your microbes steal your minerals if you don’t provide sufficient amounts. Water is one vesicle for minerals and there are companies …

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Hidden Sources of Gluten

If you have Celiac Disease, or non-Celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS), but are still having villi damage or residual symptoms, you may still be getting gluten exposure from hidden sources, including non-dietary sources. This comprehensive list will help you identify potential exposures that you weren’t aware of and then you can make sure to read their …

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Inulin for Microbiome Restoration – Clinical Research

Is Inulin beneficial for your gut health? Thanks to the spreading popularity of diets like Low Fodmap, SCD Diet and Biphasic; patients working on Leaky Gut, IBS, IBD or dysbiosis are getting the idea that Inulin isn’t good for gut health; despite the fact that it can play a much needed role in microbiome restoration if you know when/how to …

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Protecting your Microbiota from NSAIDS

Ibuprofen, Naproxen and Aspirin​ or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are compounds that we occasionally see being used by our chronically ill patients. Whether they’re seeing us for primarily digestive issues, pain, fatigue or otherwise, we make sure that our patients are informed as to the adverse effects of NSAIDS and their options when it comes …

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