GERD – Treating the Root Cause

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is an extremely common ailment with studies indicating that 10-20% of the western population suffers from it’s symptoms. The basic pathophysiology of GERD involves the acidic contents of the stomach making their way back up into the esophagus. The stomach has mechanistic properties that protect it from the caustic nature of stomach […]

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Gluten Sensitivity – An Overview

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It is interesting to see how quickly (or not so quickly as the case may be) we update our bias based on new information and scientific discovery. A prime example of this idea would be the acceptance that dreaded fat isn’t actually the toxic macronutrient that it was once described as being. It turns out […]

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