Unless you’re the parent of a toddler who has just mastered “going potty,” poop is probably not a hot topic in your household. But the composition of what you deposit into the toilet has important implications for health. Did you know the features of fecal matter—such as the size, color, shape, odor, and consistency indicate how well the gastrointestinal (GI) tract is functioning?
Category Archives: Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
We believe that health starts in the digestive system. After all, you are what you eat, and cannot repair your body from everyday wear and tear if you aren’t digesting well. As hormones and stress levels fluctuate, our bowels do not move as much as they should, and colonics are an important addition to any Continue Reading
Inflammation is thought to be at the root of most diseases. Auto-Immune diseases are inappropriate inflammation; heart disease, arthritis diabetes and chronic pain are tied to inflammation. Recent theories say that cancer is as well. Mothers with higher levels of inflammation are more likely to have autistic children. Anxiety, depression and obviously diseases like IBS Continue Reading