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Laura Knoff, certifed nutritionist visits the PhatMan Radio Show to discuss her book,"The Whole Fod Guide to Overcoming Irritable Bowel Syndrome."
Laura Knoff has been studying nutrition since 1975 and earned her Nutrition Consultant, Nutrition Educator, Diet Counselor, and Nutrition Instructor certificates from the Institute for Educational Therapy (now Bauman College) in Cotati, California.
Laura holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Florida Atlantic University and was a Senior Research Associate at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in the Lipoprotein Group for eight years. She is also a registered professional member of the National Association of Nutritional Professionals (NANP) and is Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition by NANP.
Dr. Dayne Grove, NMD, Performance Medicine Specialist and Brad Davidson of Stark in Irvine, California, in the heart of Orange County, discuss the importance of youthful digestion and its impact on how you look, feel and perform. Also reviewed is the diagnosis of "irritable bowel syndrome," what it is, and some natural ways in which to curb its symptoms; but, more importantly, how to fix the underlying problem you may be experiencing.
Labs to run for a more clear diagnosis
The connection of gut health to low testosterone
HCL levels and aging
The use of pro-biotics
Food sensitivities, and the most common culprits
Leaky gut syndrome
Glutamine for enhancing nutrient absorption
The definition of I.B.S.
How sugar affects digestion
Make your tummy happy again!
Asheville Natural Wellness host Michele Brian and practitioner Dr. Elizabeth Pavka speak about digestive issues and how to naturally create a better environment for your digestive system. Find tips on how to reduce the amount of stress your digestive system experiences and discover how irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive problems can be helped using holistic techniques.
Regularly scheduled Asheville Natural Wellness Show times are Wednesday at 10 PM Eastern Standard Time.
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This article contains general information about medical conditions and complementary treatment, and is not to be considered expert advice. Always consult your physician or other qualified healthcare provider before beginning any new treatment, diet, or fitness regimen.
Christina McGee will be joining me to discuss Pediatric Bowel and Bladder Dysfunction and how physical therapy can assist with addressing these issues. Topics to be covered during this interview will include: urinary incontinence, enuresis (bed wetting), constipation, and encopresis (fecal leakage) related to children.
"Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & Fibromyalgia: removing obstacles to heal and finding the root cause to heal"
Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia symptoms are becoming more and more evident in the U.S. Dr. Hayman will discuss how many obstacles to heal in our daily life may be exacerbating these symptoms. She will give a checklist of issues that can be addressed in your home and lifestyle that could be an obstacle to heal.
On this epiode of "Doc Talk", I'll be discussing "Inflammatory Bowel Disease", which includes ulcerative colitis and Crohn's Disease. This informative show will educate listeners on IBD, symptoms and causes,
I'll also share with you a variety of helpful foods and foods to avoid. Lastly, I'll be discussing what Crohn's disease is and how to live and function with it.
Cori talks with naturopath, Glen Depke, about Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Gluten Intolerance, two very troublesome disorders that are often pesky to diagnose and difficult to treat. Glen sheds some light on these issues - don't miss it! They're more common than you might think!
It’s that time of year again! The seasons are changing and kids are heading back to school, often trading time at the playground or pool for hours in front of a computer screen. But are their eyes equipped to handle the change?
This year, nearly 60 million school-age children will use a computer or digital device for hours a day, and that doesn’t include time spent in front of a TV or gaming system at home. This increased exposure puts them at greater risk for Computer Vision Syndrome, or CVS—a serious condition that can cause back and neck pain, dry eye, and even headaches.
Want more easy tips to prevent CVS? Listen tonight, September 7th at 6:30pm
To cancel this morning show because I missed a few interesting key points and for a better title, in hopes of a listener's better understanding of Down Syndrome. During the show, jory will go on an internet excursion to see if anything backs up his theory on whether or not the genetic disorder has been brought on by common air pollution, over the past 25 years. So, has the increase of the common activity of driving cars over the past 25 years a contributing factor? Listen and then you decide.
Would you constantly roam from house to house eating everyones cooking not knowing the atmosphere in which the food was made??? Who made the food? Or the content of the dish???? In this episode we will discuss people in the body of Christ that never seem to stay put.. They run from ministry to ministry seeking to gain attention and hand outs. They never get fed properly are not able to be properly rooted in teaching and accountablitly... Tune in.. 7 pm... 347 996 5129...www.blogtalkradio.com/ministertonydyson
Sarah will be starting high school in a few weeks. If that's not exciting enough, she also has her own cooking show, Sarah's Great Day! Sarah and her Mom, Valerie, recently held a workshop at the NDSC convention where she showed other teens and adults how to make their own guacamole. You can find lots of her videos on her YouTube Channel.
We'll be talking to Sarah and Valerie about how the show started and what's coming up in the new season.
Join us to learn more about this exciting and different career that shows how teens and adults who have Down syndrome have can blossom with the right supports.
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