Gluten Sensitivity

Gluten contains a combination of 2 Proteins that are present in Cereal grains, especially wheat.  The two Proteins are Glutelin (Glutenin) and Gliadin.  Gliadin is a glycoprotein (combination of carbohydrates and protein).  Gliadin in Gluten causes some of the best examples of food derived pathogens that result in illness and abnormal conditions. Virtually every disorder Read More …



Gastritis

Helicobacter Pylori, the cork-screwed shaped bacteria, has been associated with most cases of human Gastritis.  H. Pylori is considered the most popular cause for Peptic and Duodenal Ulcers. A very large portion of the population has the H. Pylori bacteria in their digestive tract.  When the bacteria enters the digestive system, it buries itself in Read More …



Food Allergies

Food allergies are what results, when your Immune system is inappropriately activated.  Your Immune system, is  designed to attack Bacteria, Viruses and Parasites.  It is not intended to attack the nutrients consumed, but this is exactly what happens, when pathogens are allowed to enter the digestive tract.



Dysbiosis

Candida (yeast), H. pylori, Mitochondrial Dysfunction Dysbiosis, is a condition that results when the natural flora of the gut are thrown out of balance, by antibiotics, Proton Pump Inhibitors, Antihistamines, Mucus reducing medications, Maldigestion, Hypochlorhydria and Achlorhydria. Dysbiosis occurs, when the normal flora balance is disturbed and the beneficial microorganisms become overgrown, by harmful microorganisms, Read More …



Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS, is a digestive disorder that affects 1 in 5 adults in the United States. The symptoms for IBS are: diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain or cramps, frequent bowel movements, excess gas, bloating, fatigue, nausea and flatulence. There is also an urgency, for bowel movements and a feeling of incomplete evacuation (tenesmus). Read More …



GERD/Acid Reflux is one of the most misdiagnosed conditions in this country

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a chronic digestive disease. The esophagus is about 8 inches long and connects the throat (pharynx), to the stomach. The esophagus contains two sphincters (valves).  The upper esophageal sphincter are under conscious control.  The lower esophageal sphincter is controlled by the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous system. Reflux occurs, when gastric Read More …



Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is known as the silent killer.  In many instances, it starts when a person is young and it  increases with age. The disease can be brought on by three conditions: Hyperchlorhydria, Hypochlorhydria and Achlorhydria. Hyperchlorhydria is the excessive production of strong hydrochloric acid in the stomach. It is a common condition in young active Read More …