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.
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.”
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.
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.
If you can identify the things that trigger your anxiety, you can reduce the incidents of overwhelm and panic. Let’s examine your stress exposure and other underlying causes – such as lifestyle or diet – so you can manage your anxiety and start to recover from its effects.
The bacteria that live in our gut have a huge impact on our overall health. So, when it comes to identifying the root cause of any illness, we have to start by looking at the health of your microbiome. Let’s take a closer look at the gut-brain axis, and how to get your gut bacteria functioning optimally.
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 […]