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Inflammation

Gut inflammation is a root cause of gut dysfunction that can arise from multiple factors, including dysbiosis and poor diet. These factors predispose...

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Intestinal Permeability

The function of the gut barrier is to selectively allow passage of nutrients into the systemic circulation while preventing access to harmful...

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Mind-Body Treatments for Gut Dysfunction

Mind-body therapies are designed to enhance the mind’s positive impact on the body. These therapies are integrative in nature and are an important...

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Nutrition Interventions in Gut Health

There are a wide variety of dietary interventions that are used in the treatment strategy for gut dysfunction. In patients with gut dysfunction, a...

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Gut Microbiome Disruptors

Antibiotics, medications, and drugs affect the microbiome in multiple ways. Following prescriptions per physician’s orders is necessary when...

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Nervous System

The gut-brain connection is the hard wiring between the body’s central nervous system housed in the brain and the gut’s enteric nervous system,...

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Gut Microbiome

The gut microbiome constitutes bacteria, viruses, yeast, and parasites that reside in the gut. There is an estimated 100 trillion organisms that live...

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GI Signs and Symptoms in Gut Dysfunction

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is the most common functional gastrointestinal (GI) disorder in the United States and is defined as chronic abdominal...

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Digestion

The core functions of the gastrointestinal (GI) system are digestion and absorption. This involves an orchestrated set of components that include...

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Diet-Microbiome Connection

The collective genetic material of microbial organisms found throughout the body, their habitat, and the condition of their environment is known as...

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