Your throat, along with your esophagus, stomach and the rest of your GI tract are very important to your health. As mentioned before, exciting research has demonstrated the relationship of your gut as key to treating and improving many chronic disease problems. Many have not heard about this very important connection. In fact, you may have heard the term “leaky gut”. We can explain what this is and how it can play a role in chronic health issues.
These concerns, often overlooked by many, may be why so many chronic health problems seem be lingering on without any significant improvements despite aggressive surgical and medical drug therapies. In fact, you may have heard that there is nothing more that they can do for you after trying several medications/therapies without getting the results that you want.
With the new research over the last few years, people are getting new hope for improving their health. Many chronic diseases such as autoimmune problems are seeing dramatic improvements by addressing the core causes of these diseases.
Rather than suppressing your symptoms with medications, we will work with you to find and treat the root causes of your problems. After locating the sources of your problems, we will show you how you can help your body to repair.
Many have discovered that once the source of the problem has been corrected, our body has an amazing ability to reverse the disease process and heal when given the proper “tools” it needs.
Your throat is beginning of your digestive system. The discovery of the GI tract’s important role, in not only controlling your immune system but your brain function as well, has helped many people achieve a level of health and well-being they thought was no longer possible.
Problems such as post nasal drip, recurrent sore throats, heartburn or GERD, stomach bloating and diarrhea and constipation just to name a few, can be signs and symptoms indicating possible reasons for chronic health problems such as skin rashes, joint pain, thyroid problems and neurological disorders.
It is never too late to make things right.