If you’re living with MCAS, the best course of action is making a series of lifestyle changes and working with your functional medicine doctor.
It’s possible to alleviate symptoms of inflammatory bowel diseases, like Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis and it doesn’t always have to take dangerous medications. You can do so with a change in diet or by consuming healing nutraceuticals! Learn how…
For this week’s Functional Health Minute, I’d like to spend a few minutes talking about gut symptoms. About 80% of the immune system is located inside the gut. If we don’t get right what’s going on in there, we’re going to struggle with lots of symptoms! So how do we test for these symptoms? Let me explain.
This is Dr. Emily Parke with your Functional Health Minute. Today, I’d like to follow up on one of my earlier talks and really go through how to do a food reintroduction process after you’ve done food eliminations.
SIBO can look different from patient to patient and it’s very common for it to overlap with other gastrointestinal disorders. Here are some common signs and symptoms of SIBO and strategies you can employ and track to see if symptoms improve.
Of all the vitamins and minerals you should be sure you’re getting enough of, vitamin D is perhaps one of the most important. The benefits of vitamin D are widespread and pretty incredible.
Are You Trapped in a Vicious Health Cycle? The Gut Microbiome, Immune System Health, and Autoimmune Disease
The organisms living in your gut are abundant and a central part of your health. With over 80 percent of the immune system cells residing in your gut, a healthy microbiome is the foundation of your health. So, what makes a gut microbiome healthy? Let’s take a closer look.
While you may need some thyroid medication, you may find you need significantly less when you deal with root causes first.
OK, so I know poop is not at the top of the conversation list, however, it is an important part of health, I promise!