Leaky Gut Syndome (Increased Intestinal Permeability). IBS. Heartburn. Yeast. Bloating. Autoimmune. Parasites. Diarrhea. Constipation. SIBO. Colitis. Food Intolerance and others.

Our gut is the door to the rest of the body.  What you consume day in and day out affects the digestive system first, then the rest of your body.  Imbalances in our gut bacteria, food intolerances, inflammation may manifest in multiple different ways.  Someone with IBS may have differences in gut bacteria, or one may have yeast, or one may have very little gut bacteria (those probiotics) in the first place.  Individualizing testing and supporting your body with the diet, supplements, and lifestyle is essential to overcoming your health concerns.

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