Our digestive tract is an incredibly important and intricate interface between the outside world and our internal environment. In fact, our gut contains more microbial cells than there are human cells in our entire body. Think about that for a second. We are supporting a diverse ecosystem that works in beautiful symbiosis when healthy, but can be a cause of serious dysfunction when out of balance.
Because many organ systems are dependent on proper gut function, it is often that case that non-gut health problems such as: eczema, osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease and even acne are actually related to gut health.
There are three phases of gut function:
Each of these phases must be addressed for a truly healthy gut.
If you have or suspect you have any of the following conditions, you may benefit from a comprehensive digestive analysis.
Irritable bowel syndrome
SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth)
Peptic ulcer disease
Gall stones or history of gallbladder surgery or attack
Weight gain or weight loss
I utilize multiple different functional medical tests to allow us to understand your digestive capacity, inflammatory load, the make up of your microbiome, and evidence of pathogenic infection with bacteria, parasites, or yeast. We can also assess food allergies/sensitivities and gut permeability (leaky gut).
With your individualized results a comprehensive plan is created to address your specific concerns including specific dietary recommendation, gut healing protocols, digestive support, antimicrobial treatments and/or motility stimulation.
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