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Root causes of psoriasis and ways to address it including gut stool functional testing

Root causes of psoriasis and ways to address it including gut stool functional testing

Psoriasis is a skin condition which affects 2-8% of the World Population1. Conventional Medicine treatments include steroid creams, light therapy or, in more severe cases, immune suppressant drugs. Functional Testing, particularly stool tests, offer an alternative option and help to get to the root causes of why the psoriasis has appeared in the first place.

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A Nutritionist's Top Tips for Gut Health

A Nutritionist's Top Tips for Gut Health

The incredible organ that is our gut has become an area of increasing popularity within the health and medical community, showing no signs of slowing down. More and more research has come to light on how our digestive system plays a pivotal role in our overall wellbeing. From skin health, to autoimmune conditions and even our mental health, the gut is a key player in a variety of biological processes that can have widespread outcomes towards our overall wellbeing.

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How To Manage Chronic and Unresolving Gastrointestinal Disorders with Dr. Datis Kharazzian

How To Manage Chronic and Unresolving Gastrointestinal Disorders with Dr. Datis Kharazzian

Watch the recording of Dr. Datis Kharazzian and Laura Stirling discuss how to manage chronic and unresolving gastrointestinal disorders. Covering the use of probiotics, how gallbladder removal affects the gut, and much, much more!

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SIBO-IBS Hypothesis with Ben Brown and Laura Stirling

SIBO-IBS Hypothesis with Ben Brown and Laura Stirling

 

Includes, current controversies surrounding the diagnosis and management of SIBO, alternative explanations for why SIBO-directed treatments work or don't work, risks associated with the use of SIBO as a treatment target, whether or not SIBO testing has a place in the investigative work-up of IBS, reliable PCR and Stool testing methodologies

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