Gut Health is often the root of so many health issues. It is where inflammation almost always starts. It is linked to healthy brain activity, mood regulation, and inflammation throughout the body. Gut health is critical for overall health!
Gut health affects so much more than just noticeable digestive disorders… and it of course affects them too: GI issues, digestive troubles, constipation, bloating, and on. But poor gut health, even unnoticed, can be the main culprit behind anxiety, mood disorders, impulse control, ADHD, sexual health, autism, autoimmune disorders, arthritis, MS, and more.
At Progressive Medical Center, digestive wellness is key to your care plan! Our goal is to discover the root cause of chronic illness and the long list of symptoms patients are experiencing. Many times, the answer lies with digestive health. Diagnostic test results are processed here at the Center and are available immediately for the physicians to review and craft a customized care plan for you.
New Year’s has come and gone but those pounds you swore off have not. You’re not alone though- Americans gain up to 60% of their annual weight during the holidays! Have you tried eating better and exercising more but your metabolism is not following suit?
Have you ever felt nervous like having butterflies in your stomach? Then you know the brain and gut are connected! The brain is the master conductor of the body. If it is not functioning well, everything will be out of tune and lack synchronicity with your body. Our moods, the clarity of our thinking, our energy levels, and our happiness can all be out of tune when the brain is out of balance.
On today’s episode, Dr. Agolli & Dr. Burdette discuss the treatment strategies for leaky gut syndrome.
In this week’s episode, Dr. Agolli talks with Dr. Burdette and they continue their discussion on gut health.
In this week’s episode, Dr. Agolli chats with Dr. Burdette and they dive deep into your gut health.
Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, or SIBO, is a condition that occurs when there are a lot more bacteria than normal in the small intestine. This can lead to symptoms such as bloating and distension, flatulence, diarrhea, and abdominal pain.
Every week we hear some new information with the latest insight into our health. There is so much information out there is hard to sort through what is right for you! Everyone wants to eat properly and do the right exercises, but it can still all get a bit overwhelming with the supplement fads and diet trends that seem to come and go with each season.
Do not feel that you are merely a victim of your gut. Gut health is a battle we can win and is largely responsive to changes we ourselves can make. Gut health is global health, and there are simple steps that can help you to reclaim the health that is yours.