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.
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.
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.”
Healthy skin is the sign of a healthy body. When psoriasis, eczema, adult acne, and other common skin issues arise, it’s often because of poor gut health. Here’s how to identify the root cause and address it with natural solutions.
The best and most accurate test for leaky gut is an IgA and IgG food sensitivity panel. Let’s look at the reason why and answer some common questions about food sensitivity test and what to do with the results.
Leaky gut is what happens when food that is not fully digested “leaks” through the intestinal walls, triggering an immune response. Dr. Doni explains why this causes chronic health problems and how to heal it naturally.
It’s great that people are finally seeing a connection between food and how it affects our health. Certain foods are common allergens that can cause inflammation and/or leaky gut, and leave us susceptible to HPV and other viruses. Dr. Doni Wilson covers the specific foods to avoid if you have HPV.
Stress is often overlooked as the underlying root cause of many chronic health issues. It can put a strain on our digestive system, leading to leaky gut and and array of debilitating symptoms. Left undetected and untreated, leaky gut can build until it becomes a major health issue. Let’s look at the connection between stress and leaky gut – so that we can start to reverse the cycle.