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.
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.
The brain doesn’t just tell the rest of the body what to do – it also receives information from other systems. Understanding how the gut-brain axis works can help us assess and make adjustment to our digestive system and make better overall health decisions.
Healthy skin is the sign of a healthy body. When psoriasis, eczema, adult acne, and other common skin conditions arise, it’s often because of stress – and a poorly functioning digestive system. Here’s how to fix the root cause with natural solutions.
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.
How does gluten sensitivity affect the brain? Dr. Doni explores the connection between gluten, leaky gut, and the nervous system – including the kinds of neurological symptoms that have been connected to gluten sensitivity, why they get triggered by gluten, and what you can do to recover.
Portion control is more than just reducing the amount of food you eat. Dr. Doni clears up some of the misconceptions about portion control and offers tips for making gradual adjustments to help your body better manage your food intake.
Dr. Doni explains the relationship between heartburn, acid reflux, ulcers, and Leaky Gut, and how reflux medications such as antacids and antibiotics can actually make things worse. Part 8 of Dr. Doni’s Series on Leaky Gut In the first three parts of this series we have taken a broad look at Leaky Gut: what it […]
In Part 6 of her Leaky Gut series, Dr. Doni explains how leaky gut affects more than just your digestion. It can also affect the Gut-Brain Axis, which can lead to neurological symptoms including depression, anxiety, and migraines. Part 6 of Dr. Doni’s Series on Leaky Gut In the first three parts of this series […]