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Digestive Issues

It is my opinion that digestion is one of the most important aspects of your health. That is why what you take into your body really affects how you feel, act, and look. This organ system is ironically one of the most neglected in our everyday talk about health. We run to the doctor when we have a sniffly nose, but we think nothing of a chronic case of constipation. In fact, some doctors will tell you that it's okay if you only have a bowel movement every four or five days.

Stomach PainsIt might help to understand some of the functions of your gut. Your digestive tract is said to have more nerve endings than your brain! It is also where the majority of your immune system is located.

To top it off, it is the place where we absorb nutrients and vitamins that are vital to our health. Without a properly functioning digestive tract, you will not be able to achieve optimal health.

Your symptoms will manifest any many forms - food sensitivities, bloating, gas, constipation, diarrhea, reflux, heartburn, fatigue, brain fog, weight gain, and even atherosclerosis in your arteries.

Conventional western medicine has very little to offer people with digestion problems. Most drugs actually make digestion worse by decreasing cell function, turning off receptor sites, or hampering your acid-alkaline balance. This interferes with the biochemistry of your gut and the enzymes necessary for digestion. Does this approach make sense to you?

The only way to improve digestion is to first understand what's causing your symptoms. We can then eliminate that and focus on restoring the function of your digestive cells and supporting the affected organs by following a 4-step Gut Health Plan - Remove, Replace, Reinoculate (Restore), Repair. This must be done in a stepwise manner, and should be guided by a properly trained physician.

If you suffer from constipation, diarrhea, bloating, gas, belching, foul breath, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), heartburn, or any other digestive issue, please call for a consultation with Dr. Noah today. 208-629-5374

It is my opinion that digestion is one of the most important aspects of your health. That is why what you take into your body really affects how you feel, act, and look. This organ system is ironically one of the most neglected in our everyday talk about health. We run to the doctor when we have a sniffly nose, but we think nothing of a chronic case of constipation. In fact, some doctors will tell you that it's okay if you only have a bowel movement every four or five days.

It might help to understand some of the functions of your gut. Your digestive tract is said to have more nerve endings than your brain! It is also where the majority of your immune system is located. To top it off, it is the place where we absorb nutrients and vitamins that are vital to our health. Without a properly functioning digestive tract, you will not be able to achieve optimal health. Your symptoms will manifest any many forms - food sensitivities, bloating, gas, constipation, diarrhea, reflux, heartburn, fatigue, brain fog, weight gain, and even atherosclerosis in your arteries.

Conventional western medicine has very little to offer people with digestion problems. Most drugs actually make digestion worse by decreasing cell function, turning off receptor sites, or hampering your acid-alkaline balance. This interferes with the biochemistry of your gut and the enzymes necessary for digestion. Does this approach make sense to you?

The only way to improve digestion is to first understand what's causing your symptoms. We can then eliminate that and focus on restoring the function of your digestive cells and supporting the affected organs by following a 4-step Gut Health Plan - Remove, Replace, Reinoculate (Restore), Repair. This must be done in a stepwise manner, and should be guided by a properly trained physician.

If you suffer from constipation, diarrhea, bloating, gas, belching, foul breath, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), heartburn, or any other digestive issue, please call for a consultation with Dr. Noah today. 208-629-5374