Gastrointestinal problems from acute gastritis to malabsorption, leaky gut and sibo to inflammation
Is gluten bad for everyone? No. Some people can digest gluten, but a large portion of the population suffer from many varied health problems because gluten attacks various body tissues.
Is small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) curable? Yes, SIBO can be cured with the correct repairative nutritional supplements and foods. GI doctors use antibiotics to kill everything in the gut, both the good and bad bacteria and this approach also promotes bacterial resistance that can cause SIBO.
Can food allergies cause gut problems? Food allergens can cause health problems ranging from fatigue, brain fog, to gas, bloating, reflux, eczema and much more. Identification and removal of the allergen, replacement of the right antifungal and antibacterial probiotics allowing for foods and other nutritional supplements to effectively repair.
What is the best diet for irritable bowel syndrome? There is no best diet as people respond to all sorts of dietary variations. Stress, hydration, nutritional deficiencies and genetics should all be considered when developing an effective food plan.
What is the best diet for inflammatory bowel disease? Removal of refined and processed sugars and carbohydrates and meat elimination often helps. Tests to determine the individual’s unique inflammatory foods is crucial for recovery and cure.
Living life to its fullest by getting rid of gastrointestinal problems is possible!
Do you suffer from chronic stomach and/or intestinal health problems?
Have you visited your internist and a gastroenterologist with little or no help
Have you been recommended powerful medications that have serious side effect potential including cancer?
Finally, are you ready to make the natural changes to get healthy again? If you are, schedule a consultation with Dr. Wald today.
if you suffer from these or other gastrointestinal conditions please visit Dr. Wald for natural solutions
Bowel control problems (fecal incontinence)
Cyclic vomiting syndrome
Delayed gastric emptying
Dysbiosis (overgrowth of bad bacteria)
Diverticulosis & diverticulitis
Gas and cramping and bloating
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Inflammatory bowel disease
Irritable bowel syndrome
Pancreatic enzyme deficiency
Short bowel syndrome
Small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
Ulcers (peptic and gastric)
Note: This list is not all-inclusive. If you do not see your GI problem listed here please click on the button below and ask Dr. Wald directly if he can help you.