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The Gut-Brain Connection

Our digestive system (Gut) is the site where our body absorbs the food and fluids we eat to be broken down into nutrition that can be utilized by the cells in our body and brain. It houses the majority of our immune system and is where our moods are balanced or destabilized. Feed your gut a minimally processed variety of healthy whole foods and you will likely experience good health. Feed your body highly processed fats, sugars, processed carbohydrates, pesticide laden artificial colors, chemicals, dyes, additives found in ultra processed foods and you will likely have poor health and be overweight. Our digestive system is teaming with a large variety of bacteria both good and bad. Stress increases bad bacteria and lowers healthy bacteria. Healthy bacteria protects our immune system and allows our bodies to break down the foods we eat into useable forms.

Testing Digestive Health

Food Sensitivity Testing

Designed for at-hometesting, it measures the body’s immune response to 96 foods as a guide to identify what foods best to avoid. This test identifies IgG Reactivity to 96 Foods. Collection is just a Finger prick sample.  Click link to order home test. Approx cost $159.00

Vitagene (Heritage & Nutrition)

Vitagene offers a DNA health testing kit that analyzes your ancestral heritage with a focus on how it affects your personal nutrition and health. Click link to order home test.  Approx cost $139.00.

Gut Dysbiosis

An "at-home test" that analyzes your stool to balance the good & bad gut bacteria. Goal is to identify the root cause of symptoms with guidance on best and worse foods to treat your symptoms. Click pix to order home test.  Approx cost  $159.00.

Test results Include:

-Personalized Gut Health Report

-Personalized Nutrition Plan

-Personalized Recommended Probiotics

Common Influences to Gut & MH Imbalance

Improving Digestive Health 

Probiotic Rich & Gut Supportive Foods


"Garlic is naturally high in inulin, a type of non-digestible carbohydrate or “functional fiber” that feeds the good bacteria in your digestive system. Basically, it acts as fuel for those bacteria to do their job better, which makes your gut function better overall."

Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids

 Essential fatty acids (EFA) are needed for normal sensory, cognitive, and motor function. Doco-sahexaenoic acid (DHA) is an EFA and essential for the growth and functional development of the brain in infants. DHA is also required for maintenance of normal brain function in adults. The inclusion of plentiful DHA in the diet improves learning ability, whereas deficiencies of DHA are associated with deficits in learning. DHA is taken up by the brain in preference to other fatty acids. 


These are needed to help the gut maintain a healthy balance of good  bacteria  and decreases bad bacteria. Prebiotics serve as food for probiotics to form  healthy bacterial levels.  If your diet is low in these, you need a multi strain several billion CFU brand to help improve your gut balance.


Probiotics are live microorganisms that help provide digestive benefits because they stabilize healthy bacteria in the gut microflora when eaten or swallowed. Probiotics need prebiotics (their food source) to grow. Sometimes they can cause gut interactions / unwanted side effects like gas, bloating, or loose stools. Reducing the frequency or the dose of the probiotics typically can help decrease or eliminate these symptoms. are needed to help the gut maintain a healthy balance of good bacteria and decreases bad bacteria.

Influences on Gut Balance

Dr. Mark Hyman

Gut Supportive Beverages

Histamine Connection

Fat Impacts Inflammation

Affordable Sensitivity Testing

Recommeded Books & Websites

Learning how to improve your gut health

The books recommended below are written by experts in the field of integrative health. They simply spell out how to make subtle adjustments to your diet and lifestyle to improve your overall physical and mental health. Their books are informative, connect mental health to physical health. Explain how food sensitivity and allergies are often related to chronic body inflammation, low gut pH balance, and digestive issues that are often missed by mainstream traditional medical providers who lack the clinical education on whole person health and nutritional medicine. Click pix for link.

Dr. Mark Hyman