6 Reasons Why You Can Still Have Symptoms in Celiac Disease after Gluten Elimination

Jen StaggAll Categories, Children, gastrointestinal, Uncategorized, WellnessLeave a Comment

Celiac-Symptoms-After-Gluten-Elimination

By Aylah Clark, ND Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease where gluten consumption triggers an inflammatory response and damage to the intestines. It is caused by a complex interaction between genetic predisposition, intestinal microbiome, environment, and immune system. Symptoms & Diagnosis Symptoms can vary widely but can include gastrointestinal symptoms such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, bloating, and mouth sores, but … Read More

Red Meat: Friend or Foe?

Jen StaggAll Categories, Cardiovascular, Food, gastrointestinal, WellnessLeave a Comment

Historically, it has been accepted in the medical community that increased consumption of red meat increases all-cause mortality including cardiovascular disease and cancer (especially colon cancer). [1] However, most of the studies that indicate such results often do not differentiate between processed and unprocessed meat or other factors that influence the nutritional quality of the meat such as a grass-based diet. Here … Read More

5 things your doctor may not be thinking about when it comes to your digestive symptoms

Jen StagggastrointestinalLeave a Comment

Normal microflora. Your GI is teaming with bacteria that are helping you a whole bunch every day, in ways that are continually being learned about. and Thankfully, more and more people are aware of these friendly gut bacteria. I’d like to differentiate between normal gut flora here and probiotics – probiotics are a supplement that contains helpful bacteria. There are … Read More