Lyme disease is becoming more and more prevalent and is challenging to navigate through the diet and treatment interventions. Nutrient status and dietary recommendations can help to reduce inflammation, promote strength in the immune system and help to starve out the bacteria. Treating the gut prior to treating Lyme disease is vital and necessary to successful outcomes.
The Standard American Diet (SAD) is full of processed foods, simple sugars, food additives and preservatives which can leave many of us confused about how to find and eat real food. It makes it challenging to deduce if our symptoms are food related. The Elimination Diet is the Gold Standard for uncovering food sensitivities. You will be guided on a structured food plan and how to appropriately challenge each potential offensive food.
Poor diet and lifestyle are factors that can often lead us into a state of chronic disease. Food should be considered "medicine" and should be used as such to treat and prevent chronic disease. Learn how specific foods can worsen or alleviate symptoms and how to begin reversing chronic disease today.
There are many who suffer from thyroid issues, Celiac disease, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis or another autoimmune disease; these people also struggle with chronic inflammation. Diet and lifestyle can have a huge impact on autoimmune disease and significantly cause or decrease systemic inflammation and the symptoms you have been experiencing.
Obesogens, food sensitivities, metabolic dysfunction, hormones and various disease states can all make losing weight and keeping the weight off a struggle. Take an individualized approach to weight loss and maintenance and take control of your health today.
With over 70% of our immune system residing in our gut, we are left with a large possiblity that the root cause of dysfunction or disease may be stemming from within. Digestive issues can manifest in unexpected ways, such as autoimmune disorders, rashes, acne, eczema, psoriasis, food sensitivities, arthritis and much more. Together we can re-establish balance and heal from the inside out.
Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) essentially means that there is excessive bacteria in a place where they normally occur in much lesser amounts. Typically, it is our large intestine (also known as the colon) that is inhabited with an abundance of bacteria, serving a number of beneficial purposes. However, in the case of SIBO, bacteria overgrows in our small intestine, leading to a variety of health problems and symptoms. Bacteria feed on the food that comes through our intestinal tract, causing bloating, gas, diarrhea or constipation. Symptoms such as fatigue, eczema, rashes, rosacea, asthma and depression are also common symptoms of SIBO.
Daily exposure to toxins in the air, food, water, and skin care products, to mention a few, can all place a burden on your body and may be at the root of many of your health concerns. Detoxification is highly reliant on your nutrition status. Sensitivity to odors, alcohol, caffeine, cigarette smoke, foods, unexplained skin rashes, brain fog, and unexplained muscle pain are all symptoms to be aware of for a less than adequate detoxification process.