As I have written previously, a healthy gut is imperative for good overall health. Although we think of the gut as internal, it’s actually one of our biggest connections to the outside world. A great deal of what enters our body does so through the gut, and if the gut doesn’t handle
Stress can destroy one’s health, so I address stress and Adrenal Gland Health with all of my patients. One cannot expect to improve their health unless they minimize their stress, and I work with all of my patients to do this. I often hear from them, “Doc, I hear what you’re telling
In many cases, you can improve and maintain GI health by avoiding certain foods. You should definitely avoid junk, or processed foods. These foods contain many unnatural chemicals — just take a look at the ingredient list on the food labels. When those chemicals are absorbed into your body, your immune system responds to them. It will either initiate an inflammatory response to get rid of them or try to store them somewhere in your body.
It has been suggested to my wife by her primary care doctor that the symptoms she's been experiencing as of late are likely the result of leaky gut syndrome. I've never heard of this condition and I was hoping that you could elaborate on what it means to have a leaky gut.
You may be damaging your gastrointestinal (GI) health without realizing it and that may be causing a host of different medical problems. But there are many things you can do to repair a damaged gut and keep your digestive system healthy.
Everything you eat or drink is processed through your gastrointestinal (GI) system, so it’s clear that it’s a very important body system that has a major effect on your overall health. But what can you do to keep your GI system healthy? Chicago bioidentical hormones expert, Dr. Joseph Mazzei, shares his expertise on improving and maintaining your GI health.