In our busy lives, it is easy to take our metabolism for granted. Dr. Doni talks about how to tell if your metabolism is struggling and what to do about it.
Leaky Gut & Food Sensitivity
Food sensitivities and stress are the two predominant causes of leaky gut – a condition where toxins and undigested food "leak" through the intestinal wall – resulting in serious chronic health issues. Often misdiagnosed or ignored by traditional medical professionals, leaky gut can be healed by rebalancing the gut bacteria.
When we are stressed day in and day out, our nervous system doesn’t have a chance to reset, and our digestion doesn’t have a chance to digest and absorb nutrients that we need. Dr. Doni talks about how our digestion works and ways to help bring your microbiome back into balance.
Dr. Doni talks with Dr. Destia Skinner about how to know if your gut needs attention, where to begin with supporting digestion, and simple things you can do right now to help your gut.
Dr. Doni speaks with Dr. Peter Kozlowski about the gut-brain axis, the vagal nerve, and how emotional trauma can affect gut health. They also discuss simple actions to help you get your digestion back on track.
There is a direct connection between autoimmune disease and leaky gut, otherwise known as intestinal permeability: Imbalanced gut bacteria. Dr. Doni gives expert advice on how to break the cycle of imbalance.
Even when we do our best to eat clean and create a safe home environment, sometimes issues with immunity, fertility, and HPV remain. This is when we must look at how we can actively lower inflammation levels by avoiding reactionary foods as well as supporting our gut and liver.
Do you want to know how to detox naturally? Dr. Doni talks about how to prepare for a detox and to really support yourself to detoxify everyday in order to do it right!
Dr. Doni speaks with Ellen Goldstein about how can we apply the principles of Chinese nutrition in our kitchens.
Dr. Doni discusses allergies, inflammation, food sensitivities, and how it all relates to stress.
Millions of neurons run between your gut & brain, and we now understand that digestive system has the ability to communicate with the rest of your body. Dr. Doni explains how your gut works, and why it’s called our “second brain.”