Digestive Disorders

Digestion Disorders

Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) is one of the most common causes of digestive disorders.

Digestive disorders are becoming more frequent.  Many people complain about painful bloating, constipation or diarrhea, or food reactions.

Often we see people who have been on medication for their digestive complaints for years, without any relief or end in sight.  In most cases, the problem can be identified with a stool , blood or breath test because most digestive disorders harbor hidden infections, include food reactions, or are a problem of malfunctioning digestion.

Once the underlying cause has been identified, most digestive conditions are very responsive to natural medicines.





Most commonly seen conditions


Six Mindful Eating Tips:

1. Sit down and relax to eat

2. Avoid eating when stressed

3.  Eat mindfully:  avoid watching TV, reading, driving, or working whilst eating.  Just concentrate on the act of eating

4. Chew food thoroughly and slowly.  If you are a fast eater, be mindful to set your fork down between bites to slow down.  Eating with chopsticks can also help to slow down

5. Avoid drinking fluids excessively with meals

6. Eat until no longer hungry, not until full.


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