Not all bacteria is bad for you—and your gut needs it to help you feel your best.

Gut Bacteria: The Good, The Bad and Keeping It Balanced

Did you know that not all bacteria is bad for you? Each day, the food we digest feeds the microorganisms inside our intestines—for better or for worse. The big question is: Are you feeding the bacteria to promote a healthy or unhealthy gut?

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There are many causes of insomnia - some obvious ones and others that might surprise you.

Sleeping For a Healthier You

A consistent sleep schedule isn’t just a physical need, but a mental and emotional one as well. Studies have shown that at a minimum we should be getting 7.5 hours of sleep each night. If you’re not getting enough sleep, start here to learn how to make the necessary adjustments.

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Leaky gut can be a dangerous condition, increasing your risk of diabetes, heart disease, dementia, osteoporosis, and cancer.

Tired? Bloated? Anxious? Leaky Gut Could Be the Culprit

Leaky gut is a condition that has over 200 possible symptoms, many of which present themselves simultaneously. This makes it incredibly difficult to pinpoint precisely. That’s why even though 7 out of 10 people in the U.S. suffer from leaky gut, most people who have it have no idea that leaky gut is the cause of their pain.

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What is a Stress Warrior

What Is a Stress Warrior?

Stress is a part of life. Moderate amounts of stress can help us thrive and accomplish our goals. To maintain our health, however – we need to support ourselves and our bodies to keep our stress in balance.

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Alzheimer's, Alzheimer's treatments, Alzheimer's cure research, Alzheimer's cure breakthrough, preventing Alzheimer's Disease

6 Steps to Prevent and Reverse Alzheimer’s Disease

Recent research shows that stress (in all its various forms) is a major factor in the risk of developing Alzheimer’s. These studies show that preventing – and even reversing – Alzheimer’s is possible, and that it has much more to do with lifestyle and diet changes than with your genes.

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what are digestive enzymes, digestion, inflammation, neurotransmitters, autoimmunity

8 Surprising Reasons to Take Digestive Enzymes

Good gut health is important, even if you don’t have digestive symptoms. Digestive enzymes can often provide necessary support to help your body stay in balance, and can help you heal and recover from eight common health issues.

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Autoimmunity, ALS, Crohns disease, Graves disease, Rheumatoid arthritis, Celiac disease, Alzheimers, Epstein Barr virus, Hashimotos disease

5 Steps to Reverse Autoimmunity and Autoimmune Diseases

Autoimmunity lies at the root of many serious health conditions. While there are many things that can trigger autoimmune diseases, there are five culprits that are the most common. Let’s take a look at what causes autoimmunity, what symptoms might signal an autoimmune issue, and the kinds of tests are recommended so that you can take steps to reverse autoimmunity.

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Dr. Doni is participating in the Raising Toddlers Courageously Conference, an online event devoted entirely to to taking the frustration, chaos, and guesswork out of raising toddlers. Her presentation is about how to support our body’s stress recovery process that works for adults and children.

Reducing Stress to Boost Family Health

Stress is no stranger to mothers. That’s why Dr. Doni is participating in the Raising Toddlers Courageously Conference, an online event devoted to taking the frustration, chaos, and guesswork out of raising toddlers. Her presentation is about how to support our body’s stress recovery process – for adults and children.

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While stress is normal, sometimes it can get out of balance. In this interview with Dr. Doni, she explains how to better support our bodies to recover from the effects of too much oxidative stress.

Why Your Body Needs (and Wants) Stress

Look deep inside your cells, and you’ll find mitochondria, hard at work. In additional to the energy they generate, they also produce oxidative stress. While this is a normal process, sometimes it can get out of balance. In this interview with, Dr. Doni explains how to support our bodies to be able to recover from too much oxidative stress.

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Dr. Doni Wilson takes her message of stress recovery to the Philippines, with in-person events and TV & radio appearances.

Talking About Stress Recovery: Dr. Doni in Manila

We can’t escape stress – it is a part of life. But focusing your efforts on re-optimizing cortisol and adrenaline levels, and then maintaining those healthy levels, you can help your body recover from continued stress exposure.

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adrenal distress, adrenal fatigue, adrenal burnout, stress fingerprint, weakened immune system, sleep problems, low energy

Adrenal Recovery: Are You Giving Your Body Everything It Needs?

Adrenal distress is often the underlying cause of some of the most common chronic health issues. By looking at your cortisol and adrenaline levels, you can uncover your individual “stress fingerprint,” and chart a path back to wellness – without drugs and other medications.

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MTHFR mutation, genetic destiny, traditional medicine fails, conventional medicine vs naturopathic medicine, health tendencies

3 Steps to Getting Well When Conventional Medicine Fails

The only way to resolve ongoing health issues is to look at the whole body and identify the underlying cause(s). This is where conventional medicine often falls short, focusing instead on specific areas of the body without considering their relationship to the whole. Let’s take a deeper look at how naturopathic medicine – and Dr. Doni’s approach in particular – can help you achieve and maintain health and wellness.

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MTHFR mutation, methyl-folate, methylation process, folate supplements, taking folate

MTHFR: 4 Things to Consider Before Taking Folate

Methyl-folate is commonly prescribed for those who have an MTHFR mutation. Some people feel better – but others feel worse. Before starting to take folate, here are 4 considerations in applying a more holistic strategy for addressing MTHFR.

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