Digestive Health

So many patients that come to the clinic have symptoms that revolve around poor digestive health. Fatigue, bloating, irritable bowel, constipation and heartburn, as well as other problems such as arthritis, frequent infections and allergies have a relationship to what is going on in the digestive tract. The digestive tract is the source of our nutrition and is also home to nearly 75% of our immune system. If your digestive tract is not working well, you will not absorb vitamins properly causing your immune system to be under stress. Digestive health may involve treating infections, investigating food reactions, calming inflammation, and improving digestive power. Without a doubt, digestive health is critical to optimal health.

Recent Articles for Digestive Health

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    The Advantages of Gluten Free

    For people who can’t properly process gluten, a lot of irritating and uncomfortable symptoms and pop up. But many people who have gluten problems don’t even realize gluten is the issue. Dr. Windley talks about the advantages of going gluten free and its positive effects on health; and Lesley Kendall, Registered Dietitian at Schneck, also […]

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    A Different Approach to Medicine

    Dr. Steven Windley pulls patients from a huge distance radiance, and for good reason.   His approach to medicine focuses on the whole body. Rather than just treating symptoms, Dr. Windley teaches patients how to maintain healthy lifestyles that give the body everything it wants. When you see Dr. Windley, you know you’re not just […]

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    Tips for Better Digestion

    The benefits of a healthy digestive system are limitless to the body.  What and how we eat helps determine everything from our physique to overall well-being.  For this reason, improving digestion is the next best step after proper nutrition to maximize what our bodies get out of the food we eat. Here are eight tips to […]

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