Tag: eating habits

Foods to avoid if you have IBS, SIBO, or other digestive issues

Today we are discussing foods to avoid if you have digestive issues. These food groups include, nightshades, brassica vegetables, wheat, and beans and digestive issues such as acid reflux, IBS, SIBO, inflammatory bowel diseases, gas, bloating, constipation, and gallbladder issues. If you haven’t downloaded the 30 Day Digestion and Microbiome Upgrade Food Plan. I highly […]

Nutritional Strategies and Vitamins for Fat Loss

If you’re struggling with getting obesity under control, you may be overlooking some simple nutritional strategies and vitamins for fat loss. Here are 4 nutrients to make fat loss more attainable and lasting: Protein intake supports fat loss When people are decreasing calories, they often forget to increase their protein intake. This is a huge mistake.  […]

Types of Food Additives | What’s on my NEVER consume list

Today we are talking about different types of food additives. Given the amount of processed food lining the shelves of grocery stores, this is no small topic.  I don’t think we need to know every additive in foods, but I do think there are some additives that you definitely want to pass on because the risk is greater than the reward of a highly palatable, […]

Natural Remedies for IBS and other Digestive Issues

Where our digestion goes, our life goes. Time after time, patients show up at the office with digestive complaints ranging from inflammatory bowel disease like ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease to acid reflux. Many of these patients have been conditioned to believe that they have a disease condition that warrants the use of immune-suppressing or acid-blocking […]

Side Effects and Dangers of Erythritol

Some of the side effects and dangers of erythritol in the blood are strokes and heart attacks. Yes, this is what the latest research from the Cleveland Clinic has demonstrated. They found that erythritol is associated with over responsiveness of platelets to clotting. We are constantly in a state of repair especially in our vascular system. […]

Cane Sugar Substitutes | 5 Natural Sweeteners

Powdered sugar or refined cane sugar is devoid of nutritional value, thankfully there are cane sugar substitutes that are full of nutrients. Cane sugar has been stripped from the sugarcane to give you that crystalline white powder. The answer however isn’t to consume artificial sweeteners like, Splenda, aspartame, Nutrasweet, acesuflame potassium. We don’t want to […]