Gut Health and Crohn’s Disease

More than 3 million adults in the United States have been diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). In general, IBD is seen in adults with other chronic health conditions like cancer, arthritis, liver disease, respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease, and migraines. Crohn’s disease is one of the most common inflammatory bowel diseases, with nearly half a million American’s suffering from it.

Gut Health and Celiac Disease

Can you recall the last time you were in a grocery store that didn’t have shelves full of gluten-free products? Celiac disease and gluten intolerance are on the rise worldwide, and the market is responding. Estimates for the number of Americans with celiac disease range from two million to three million, or about 1% of the population.

Gut Health and C. Diff

We’ve all been there: A few days into a course of antibiotics, your stomach starts to rebel and you reach for the yogurt to try to bring your digestive system back into balance. Occasionally the stomach trouble worsens, and in some cases can actually be a more serious ailment called C. diff.

Gut Health and Candida

The “gut microbiome” consists of a trillion one- and two-celled organisms living in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract: funguses, viruses, bacteria, and other types of microbes. Most are good guys; others, like E. coli, not so much.

Gut health and hemorrhoids

Gut Health and Hemorrhoids

Don’t worry—as uncomfortable as hemorrhoids are, they can be managed or even eliminated with proper care. This includes attention to diet, a rebalancing of the gut microbiome, and lifestyle changes.