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Digestive Health

Diana Loze Wellness / Digestive Health

Food Intolerance: What You Need to Know

You’re careful about your health. You do your best to eat well, and you pay attention to the ways that your diet affects your energy levels. But something seems off. You’re experiencing annoying symptoms that you can’t explain. You’re often gassy and bloated, your skin may not be clear and glowing anymore, you may be ready for a nap after a meal and you wish you could remember where you put your keys. Why does your memory feel so foggy? These issues are frustrating (and often embarrassing). They’re also very common. Many patients come to see me with healthy lifestyles, but are baffled by continuing digestive issues, mysterious rashes, and low energy levels. If this sounds familiar, it may be time to take a good look...

Organic Food is Better for you!

Organic Food – Is it worth the extra cost?

How would you describe “organic food” quickly in three words or less? Good for you? More expensive? Right on both counts. We often hear in broad terms about how organic food is good for you and good for the environment, and although we want to do the right thing for our bodies and our planet, the premium prices may not seem worth it. Walk into any grocery store, and you’ll see how organic food is priced significantly higher than conventional produce. Sometimes nearly double! So, why is that? Unlike conventional farming, which uses synthetic fertilizers to boost crops with an instant punch of nutrients, organic foods are fertilized by organic matter. The difference is that compost and animal manure slowly build the soil, releasing their nutrients naturally...

It’s all in your Gut!

There’s a lot to talk about when it comes to your gut. And that’s for good reason. While we’re still learning a lot about how the interaction between the digestive system and the rest of the body works, we do know that the delicate balance of intestinal flora in your digestive system can affect the body’s ability to to perform the critical functions that affect our overall health, such as: Absorbing and producing vitamins and minerals Regulating hormones Digesting effectively Responding to the immune system, and Eliminating toxins For those of us who already suffer from gastrointestinal or bowel disorders such as IBS, Celiac disease, or leaky gut syndrome, the link between gut and mental health become more pronounced. And, our gastrointestinal (GI) health even be...