Currently there’s no efficient way to find out which bacteria are in the small intestine, however, there are a couple of tests we can use. Learn more here.
Whether you’re making a complete diet transition, or trying to improve your current eating habits, learning to plan is a technique you’ll want to master.
So you’ve made the move to a Paleo Diet. Now what? Here are a few notes from Kristen, our Health Coach on the ins and outs of constructing a Paleo Meal
Prunes or dried plums are a good source of fiber, sorbitol (a sugar alcohol that can soften and loosen the stool) and contain high levels of phytonutrients called phenols. Get the best of both worlds when you combine them in this Prune Apricot Compote!
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.
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.
There are seven key ways in which traumatic brain injury can alter GI function, each of which may contribute to your chronic gastrointestinal disorders.
The role of the immune system is much like an organized and effective military force: it defends and protects the person against real or potential threats.