This holiday season, give the give of healthy habits to your loved ones – while introducing some selfCARE into your daily practice. Here is Dr. Doni’s Holiday Gift Guide focused on selfCARE: Clean eating, Adequate sleep, Reducing stress, and Exercising.
Dr. Doni helps you find out for yourself whether or not gluten is contributing to your health issues – and if so, how to make the necessary diet changes to eliminate it from your diet.
The Love Is Medicine Project is designed to help you practice self-love, self-care, and self-accountability so that you can start the process of emotional and physical healing. Razi Berry talks with Dr. Doni about the three sources of love and creating the best environment for our bodies and mind to thrive.
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.
How is autoimmunity related to gut health and why does it matter? Let’s take a look at this important connection and the natural treatment options for reversing autoimmunity.
Colitis can be brought on by a variety of triggers – and often, there is more than one factor involved. Dr. Doni goes over the basics of colitis, including the symptoms, root causes, how to test for it, and natural treatment options for reducing harmful inflammation.
Perhaps you are reading this post because you received pap results that showed positive HPV. I know it can be scary and overwhelming to receive this information, and you might be searching for answers to what you can do about it. Whether your results show HPV with normal cells or HPV with some abnormal cells, […]
Dr. Doni talks about the benefits of hookworm therapy – how it is able to positively modulate our immune system, nervous system, and optimize the gut bacteria living in our intestines.
Did you know that not all bacteria is bad for you? Each day, the food we digest feeds the microorganisms inside our intestines—for better or for worse. The big question is: Are you feeding the bacteria to promote a healthy or unhealthy gut?
A consistent sleep schedule isn’t just a physical need, but a mental and emotional one as well. Studies have shown that at a minimum we should be getting 7.5 hours of sleep each night. If you’re not getting enough sleep, start here to learn how to make the necessary adjustments.