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DigestionOur digestive systems are an amazing physiological accomplishment. When all goes well, we barely notice the myriad small but vital contributions of our salivary glands, the process of chewing, stomach juices, peristalsis, gall bladder, all in cooperation with a hefty population of independent organisms making happy homes in our intestines. In short, our natural digestive physiology is complex, highly effective, and far more valuable than any combination of pharmaceutical alterations.

In my own practice, and at, I seek to offer guidance that can assure the restoration of healthy physiology, enabling the healthiest and most nourishing digestion possible.

Solutions for Constipation

Tallying up the sale of laxatives in the US—over $750 million a year—constipation appears to be quite a problem for a lot of people. From infants to the elderly, irregular bowel movements interfere with health and vitality. 

The symptoms of constipation are obvious and include infrequent bowel movements, hard stools, and difficulty passing stools. The side effects of constipation commonly include abdominal discomfort, bloating, gas, bad breath, headaches, nausea, and fatigue. It’s no wonder laxative sales are big business.

Solutions for Acute Indigestion

For some people it’s pain, and for others digestion just seems to be working upstream instead of downstream.  It’s not a condition anyone wants to talk about, but nearly everyone—male and female, young and old—suffers an occasional bout of indigestion.