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.
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.
Dr. Doni talks about the common symptoms associated with leaky gut, the best way to test for it, and the steps can we take to heal leaky gut and get good bacteria back on track!
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.
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.
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.
According to the CDC, HPV (Human Papillomavirus) affects 79 million people in the U.S. There are a lot of misconceptions about the HPV virus – so let’s take a deeper look at the 5 most common causes of HPV so that you can better protect yourself.