• Understanding the top 4 underlying causes of IBS

    When we talk with patients about IBS, they are surprised to learn that it’s actually a constellation of symptoms – not a distinct disease – and that it has a number of underlying causes. As a result, resolving IBS is not a “one size fits all” approach.

  • 5 tips to reduce & replace sugar

    Sugar is toxic for your brain. Here’s how to cut back on this culprit.Like every other part of your body, your brain can be strengthened and even healed to function properly. One of the keys is proper nutrition.

  • The benefits of removing gluten from your diet

    Patients come to our practice seeking answers to their issues – and resolution. Wide-ranging symptoms include GI distress, headaches, migraines, joint pain, brain fog, and fatigue. Despite these very different symptoms, there often is a common thread. A surprising number of people have food sensitivities, which can be the underlying cause of these ailments.

  • Stress Less and Stay in the Moment This Holiday Season

    As the holiday decorations start to pop-up so do your stress levels, right? Your to-do list is insane, whether you realize it or not! Every year it’s the same…you feel like you need a month long zen retreat in Bali in January (I wish!) to fully recover from the holiday season! However, the “most wonderful time of the year” doesn’t…

  • The Autoimmune – GUT Connection

    Have you ever gone to multiple doctors and done extensive lab testing only to be told, “Everything looks fine Your results are normal.” AND finally, after hours and hours of research, numerous doctor’s visits and countless tears you figure out you have an autoimmune disease. Perhaps along the way you experienced: Fatigue that made it difficult to even leave the…

  • IBS: Constipation, bloating, diarrhea and gas

    Is this you? You wake up in the morning with a bloated and extended stomach. Immediately, you feel the urge to pass gas. As you dress for work, you spend time (you don’t have) searching for the right pants you can comfortably wear (and zip) over your poor bloated belly. At work, your stomach continues to expand and gas continues…