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.
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.
Bone broth is chalked full of nutrients that help bone and skin. These nutrients are some of the key nutrients that are also critical for gut health. However, bone broth is time consuming to make. Progressive is now providing a powdered bone broth that can easily be added to shakes, soups, or baking. Some of it is vanilla or chocolate flavored, but there is also a savory flavor that could be added to soups. Here are some of the top reasons to include this easy convenience:
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.
This patient story comes from Dometa. She shares a similar story with millions of Americans with autoimmune diseases.
Weight gain puts Americans at risk for Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, stroke dementia, and many other conditions. We know this. Every new year…till about Spring, we eagerly jump on the weight-loss bandwagon with determination and focus.
Many people when they think of inflammation, they think of a swollen ankle, or pain in the hip. While that is one type of inflammation, not all inflammation causes pain.
SIBO, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, is defined as an increase in the number of bacteria, and/or changes in the types of bacteria present in the small bowel. In most patients, SIBO is not caused by a single type of bacteria, but is an overgrowth of the various types of bacteria that should normally be found in the colon. Less commonly, SIBO results from an increase in the otherwise normal bacteria of the small bowel.
Integrative medicine is a healing-oriented medicine that takes the whole person into account— the body, mind, and spirit. This includes all aspects of lifestyle.