Are you suffering from heartbreaking digestive issues like Mary?

Do you feel like the Mary?  If so, then keep reading.  Now this is not her real name, but Mary is one of the many patients I have cared for over the last several years.  Mary used to be plagued with heartbreaking digestive issues. She came to me in a state of unbelievable pain because every single thing she ate inflamed her organs.   Mary had been to numerous health practitioners looking for answers.  She also had several tests done with the gastroenterologist (GI doc) along with countless blood tests.  She had been tried on several medications, but they did nothing to relieve her pain and bloating.  After our initial… Read More

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Fix Your Gut, Save Your Life!

I am not much for New Year’s resolutions.  Are you?  The new year is only a few days away.  I can’t believe it!  What a year 2018 has been.  Though I am not one to make a New Year’s resolution, your health should always be a priority.  It can be a real challenge this day in age.  However, in order to maintain good health we have to respect and take care of our bodies.  One way to do that is by taking good care of our guts or digestive health.  So many today are suffering from digestive issues. The health of your gut is incredibly important to your overall well-being. It’s… Read More

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Are you taking care of your gut?

Are you taking care of your gut during the busy holiday season?  If not, you are not alone.  I don’t have to tell you that eating crappy food isn’t a reward it’s a punishment as Drew Carey stated so well. Consuming lots of sugary goodies and spirits can leave you feeling sluggish, bloated and miserable.  Not only that, all that holiday cheer can leave your gut leaky.  This will impact your health by not only making you feel crappy, but can make a current situation worse.  Are you suffering from brain fog, fatigue, joint pain, headaches, bloating, gas, unexplained skin rashes and more?  If so, what you are putting in your… Read More

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Leaky Gut Health Risks & 5 Steps to Repairing Your Gut

Last week  I shared with you what leaky gut is and provided you with a short video on the subject.  If you have not had a chance to watch that, do so now. Simply click here to watch. This week I want to talk about the symptoms and conditions that can result from having a leaky gut and also give you 5 steps you can take to start repairing your gut. Leaky gut often presents as a digestive problem, but not always. Common symptoms include bloating, cramps and food sensitivities.  Now, just because you have gas doesn’t mean you have leaky gut.  You may not be able to handle certain types of foods.  However,… Read More

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How Aloe Vera Juice Improves Gut Health

Aloe is a powerful plant. When I used to hear aloe I would automatically think of sunburn relief. In fact I keep two aloe vera plants in my home and have used them for just that.  However aloe vera has another important use.  It aloe helps to relieve intestinal damage. It’s got nourishing properties unparalleled by anything else in the plant world. It’s almost as if aloe vera was made for the human gut. I have seen this plant work well for some, but then others may not tolerate due to an underlying sensitivity to the plant.  All I can say is, try it.   Why Aloe Juice Works Aloe provides… Read More

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10 Natural Remedies to Aid Your Digestion

Are you wondering if there are natural remedies to aid your digestion rather then taking a handful of pills?  If so, you are not alone given that many people do suffer from one digestive issue or another.  Examples of digestive issues can be heartburn, constipation, poorly digestive food and more.  Often times when experiencing digestive issues, people will take acid reducing medications, laxative, stool softners, or an array of supplements.  Though these can be of benefit, they can also lead to dependence on these medications and supplements just to keep things moving.  If you are lacking adequate digestive enzymes with eating, have underlying infections, food intolerances or other reasons that… Read More

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