In Case You Missed It: Your Monthly Wellness Roundup December 2021

I support my patients by helping them move on from care and get back to living their lives. I don’t start by looking for diseases and symptoms, but rather by evaluating what makes you, YOU. This includes your environment, your diet, lifestyle, air and water quality, and much more!
In this blog, you’ll find a summary of some of what was shared with my community in July.

In Case You Missed It: Your Monthly Wellness Roundup November 2021

I support my patients by helping them move on from care and get back to living their lives. I don’t start by looking for diseases and symptoms, but rather by evaluating what makes you, YOU. This includes your environment, your diet, lifestyle, air and water quality, and much more!
In this blog, you’ll find a summary of some of what was shared with my community in July.

Restless Leg Syndrome and IBS

There appears to be a direct correlation between restless leg syndrome (RLS) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). What is restless leg syndrome? RLS is a disorder in which a person experiences uncomfortable urges to move their legs. Symptoms typically occur during times of rest or inactivity, particularly in the evening and into the night and… read more ›

Symptoms of SIBO: You May Be Surprised

Are You Bloated, Fatigued and Gaining Weight? You May Be Experiencing Symptoms of SIBO. The microbiome plays a role in how so much in our body works; from our brain to our immune system, even hormones. When trying to “fix” the health of your gut, you may be trying to go after things such as… read more ›

In Case You Missed It: Your Monthly Wellness Roundup October 2021

I support my patients by helping them move on from care and get back to living their lives. I don’t start by looking for diseases and symptoms, but rather by evaluating what makes you, YOU. This includes your environment, your diet, lifestyle, air and water quality, and much more!
In this blog, you’ll find a summary of some of what was shared with my community in July.

In Case You Missed It: Your Monthly Wellness Roundup last September 2021

I support my patients by helping them move on from care and get back to living their lives. I don’t start by looking for diseases and symptoms, but rather by evaluating what makes you, YOU. This includes your environment, your diet, lifestyle, air and water quality, and much more!
In this blog, you’ll find a summary of some of what was shared with my community in July.

Probiotics and Gut Health: Is Your Probiotic Harming Your Gut?

Probiotics and Gut Health: Most people reach for probiotics as a way of promoting gut and whole-body health, but today we explore the reasons why you may want to do just the opposite. We discuss the latest science of the microbiome and how it relates to dysfunction and disease. Why Gut Health Matters Modern science… read more ›

In Case You Missed It: Your Monthly Wellness Roundup last August 2021

I support my patients by helping them move on from care and get back to living their lives. I don’t start by looking for diseases and symptoms, but rather by evaluating what makes you, YOU. This includes your environment, your diet, lifestyle, air and water quality, and much more!
In this blog, you’ll find a summary of some of what was shared with my community in July.

Does the FODMAP Diet Help or Harm?

This article has been medically reviewed by Dr. Charles Penick, MD  For those suffering from digestive issues, mealtime can be nearly unbearable. The consequences of chronic indigestion can seriously interfere with the quality of life. Many diets and interventions are born out of a desire to help relieve people from their digestive issues, but not all… read more ›

Understanding SIBO

Eating healthily, getting enough sleep, keeping hydrated, meditating, and exercising, etc., are supposed to be the key to living a long, healthy life. But in cases of SIBO, even the most effective lifestyle plan might not help. SIBO can easily be disregarded as an uncomfortable feeling that will eventually go away. Some people may even… read more ›