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"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on Free and Inspired Radio

Free and Inspired Radio

23:41 min | 10 months ago

"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on Free and Inspired Radio

"It is function. Often the solution can lie within addressing the function of the organs of the digestive system, those same organs breaking the food down and absorbing the nutrients that eventually interact with the body. In order to investigate this a little bit more, I like to explain to people, especially within a clinical setting that the relationship between food and the digestive system as an equation may be actually missing a variable. So it starts off with food equals symptoms. And when most of the time, it's food divided by the digestive system and the food and digestive systems interaction that actually really equals the symptoms. That's quite a major variable that's missing if I do say so myself. Now, food travels through the digestive system in a step by step fashion that relies on cues from its different components similar to that of a train line. Now, in this episode, I'm really going to try and help you understand what's called a north to south type of system that's been popularized by someone I've trained with doctor darkus carajo. Which basically goes on to explain that each Q or each point in the north to south system or each station in the train line if you like, relies on the cues or stations or signaling from the station before it. So, for example, if the brain represents north in the north to south and the mouth, the stomach gallbladder, pancreas, small intestine, each have a part to play with that journey south through the digestive process. You can start to imagine that the food you're reading is somewhat similar to a train in that it is stopping at each station, but slowly getting broken down and deconstructed into a sum of its parts as that process continues. Now understanding the processes in each of these organs from the brain to the small intestine can actually help you understand why you might be experiencing digestive discomfort after eating and how these functional issues can occur up to two to three hours after eating. And in my mind, this is actually where some of the mystery may be caused in the sense that people can eat meals and not get those symptoms or that negative feedback from the digestion relatively quickly. So that can often mean or often mean that you are end up with quite a foggy idea of what may be causing your problems, which is obviously not what we want. So let's get started on this train line. The vagus nerve helps the brain communicate with the digestive system creating the brain gut axis. So it will start off with the first station in our north to south train line the brain. A lot of people don't often associate the brain with direct mechanical digestion or the digestive process. It's not often that you think about it. In some ways you could think about it in the sense that when you're cooking your food, you have a sensory experience in that you smell the aroma of what you're cooking and that then sends a message to say the food's coming. But to be fair most people don't actually think that their brain may be part of the issue if you like when it comes to daily digestion. But when we're talking about the digestion and the brain you may sometimes heard of the digestive system being labeled as the second brain. This definition is largely down to the highly concentrated amounts of neurons that can independently of the brain affect motility or the journey or food takes from your plate to the toilet and a host of other functions. So the digestion actually works very, very independently of the brain, but in a similar way hence the term second brain. Now the vagal nerve or the vagus nerve is a critical mediator here and very much of a focus for us when we're looking at the brain gut connection. Handling the bidirectional messages between the brain and the digestive system, the vagus nerve makes is the first component of the north to south principal. For example, when the food enters the body via the mouth, it sends a host of interacting signals via the vagal nerve to the brain loaded with information covering amongst other things sensation and nutrition. Whilst our focus here is the journey of the food you eat traveling south, the ascending conversation that travels north up the vagal nerve from the digestive system to the brain plays an essential role and could be a part of how things go wrong. Correcting low vagal tone as referred to in the literature is often a goal in functional digestive disorders, such as IBS and inflammatory bowel disease. Now to put that in a different way, we're focusing on the food traveling south, but remember I mentioned the vague nerve has a bidirectional messaging system. So if you think about it like a major highway, you can go one way or the other. Now with the brain, the brain is receiving messages from the mouth or the organs of the digestion in an ascending fashion as opposed or as well as excuse me. The descending fashion that the brain sending messages to the digestion in response to a Roma and things like that that I mentioned. Now deep breathing, meditation, physical exercise amongst other things can all have a positive effect on this vagal tone. So this is the interesting part about all of this and a theme that you'll often see is that sometimes the solutions to low vagal tone or these types of things that we mentioned aren't actually that sophisticated and maybe things that you can do quite quickly without having to source by or go anywhere, really in the sense of meditation and deep breathing. Now the polymerase research also shows that probiotics may positively affect their brain. The brain via their activity on the vagal nerve, the positive effect on the brain may also extend to mood and anxiety regulation and decrease cytokines, the chemicals in the body that can cause inflammation. It's definite that I'm going to be doing a full episode on the valuable nerve and how it affects digestion. I think with the element of stress in people's lives, especially over the last few years, looking at the relationship between the brain and the gut in a little bit more depth is such an interesting and insightful experience. So stay tuned for that. I'm going to be trying to put that together over the coming months. Let's move forward in our little train line or our journey south and we're going to be talking a little bit about the mouth. So chewing your food makes a more significant difference to your body's interaction with food than you think. The next station on this train line the mouth is the first stop in mechanical digestion. Just like many people don't go to the dentist as regularly as they should, and if this is you, then please book that appointment. The role of the mouth in the digestive process can be one we take for granted. Now, interestingly, I'm just going to do a little bit on oral health because what a lot of people don't know is that the bacterial environment or the version of the oral microbiome, if you like in your mouth, actually influences the bacterial environment in your stomach. So if you haven't visited the dentist for a little while and got a clean or gotten yourself checked out, this could actually be affecting your digestion, hence why are encourage you to go and get yourself checked with the dentist. If you are a little scared of them, I find dentists generally pretty friendly people and very, very good at their job. So hopefully it won't be as scary as you think. But it will have a huge effect on the bacterial environment in your mouth. Obviously, but also in your stomach which may be causing some of those digestive symptoms. Let's get back to chewing and the mechanical digestion. Chewing and saliva revital components of the digestive and immune processes when it comes to food. Now the mouth may also be the first place that we lose our oral tolerance, which is really important and goes back to whether or not food is actually the problem. So losing your oral tolerance to food can begin in the mouth. After years of seeing vegetable for hubbards in people's digestive exams, it's clear we all including me need to chew our food more. But why? During helps increase your meals surface area volume. Now it sounds to be complicated, but all it does is make it easier to digest and swallow. The more you chew your food the better chance you can, you have to absorb the maximum amount of nutrients. Studies have shown that people who chew less consume more calories. That's crazy, but the difference seems to be between 15 to 50 choose. So that's a pretty big increment of increase if you like. Now the closer to 50 you get the better it is so 50 is 50 choose. Now, you could be one of those people who does count each time they chew, it may not be too awesome at dinner party to do that. But being more mindful of how you're chewing your food may be a nice place to start and not make you seem so strange at a dinner party. Now, the mouth more precisely the saliva is the location of secretory IgA, one of the most critical first responders when it comes to your immune system. You may remember just before that I mentioned that chewing and saliva are actually vital components of the digestive and immune processes. And it's secretory IgA that's the leader in this. Simply secretary IgA helps protect the digestive lining the lungs and the urinary tract from invaders that can cause irritation or infection. Now, we're going to go full on into secretory IgA at some stage, but generally how I explain the role of secretary IgA in patients because we can actually test it through stool exams is that imagine you've got a Lord of the Rings kind of scenario where you have the army approaching the castle. And all of a sudden, the archers appear on the turrets and the arches are always the first to fire when it comes to these kind of scenes in those crazy laws that Lord of the Rings films. Secretory IJ, very much the same. Now, numerous factors influence how much secretary IgA is available in your saliva, stress can inhibit, for example, but the more you chew the higher level of exposure there is to this vital part of the immune system to whatever you're eating. Chewing also makes sure that the antigens that might be tagging along for the ride get exposed to this secretory IgA simultaneously. So if you go back to our little Lord of the Rings example, chewing actually makes sure that the archers can see the totality of who they're fighting and will do totality of who their receiving so to speak when it comes to the small battle that may be going on for a supremacy within the body. I don't want to take that analogy too far, but hopefully it helps you understand it a little bit better. It sounds preposterous but maybe chewing your food more may fix a lot of your long-standing digestive problems. And if you don't try it, how will you know if this isn't the easy solution that's been alluding to you now? The reason for this is because a lot of people don't chew their food and that actually ineffectively mechanically digests your food. So it means that it goes down to one of the most important parts of the digestion. Somewhat unprepared. And when we see that in other ways, you'll see that the stomach has a real problem in trying to pick up the slack of that chewing. So in a sense with the saliva, you're not getting the exposure to the digestive enzymes also within the saliva. So that digestive process really is behind in a lot of ways by the time it reaches the stomach. Now the stomach holds the key to preparing the food you eat for absorption into the body. So notice that I've used the term mechanical digestion quite a lot in our conversation so far. The next stop in this area is actually more of an assimilation assimilation based digestion. So it's a little different. The mechanical digestion helps to prepare the food and the assimilation based digestion allows the food to get off the train and hopefully move to different places within the body. Now, for most people when thinking about the digestion, their stomach is the central component and not far off really. Clinically, people point to where they think the stomach is when reporting on their digestive complaints. The stomach is without a doubt a pillar of both the digestive and the immune system. So notice again, as with the mouth, the immune system is very heavily involved in the stomach's role. The gastric juice created within the stomach comprises of digestive enzymes, hydrochloric acid, and other substances such as something called intrinsic factor, which is important for your vitamin B 12 absorption. There are essential for absorbing nutrients. Now would you believe that about three to four liters of gastric juice are produced daily in the stomach to handle those three or four meals a day with your snacks? That's a lot of gastric juice and the process is kind of amazing. I think we're all getting used to the fact that the body really is quite amazing and we just never really notice all these crazy things going on. Hydrochloric acid breaks down food due to its high acidity level. The digestive enzymes deconstruct the protein whilst the musculature of the stomach acts as a cement mixer. I'm sure you've heard that before, to churn the food together so that it can pass through the stomach and into the small intestine. Now, here's where it could go wrong. The level of acidity that the hydrochloric acid reaches plays a critical role in digestion and immune function once again. The acidity of hydrochloric acid plays the role of barrier immunity by killing bacteria that it encounters from food and water. It's important to note that if the PH of the gastric juice doesn't reach a critical point ideally a PH of 1.5 to two, then the inactive enzymes released by the stomach lining have trouble activating themselves and subsequently doing their job. So once again, you have a difficulty in deconstructing the food, which can then cause problems down the line. This acidity also stimulates something called motility, which helps move food move food to the different stations of the digestion. Something particularly pertinent for people experiencing constipation like symptoms. So you're starting to get the idea here that the exposure to enzymes is a really important part of this mechanical digestion. Now medications such as protein pump inhibitors, antacids and non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs can cause changes in this hydrochloric acid secretion and the process we discussed above motility, which once again, if you're having slow bowels is pretty much your focus. And more important consideration in the case of long-term PPI use concerns poor absorption of calcium vitamin B 12 iron and magnesium. Why is this so important? Mainly because these nutrients are actually deficient in a lot of people's diets before the digestion becomes a problem. And this is where sometimes the difference between recommended daily intakes and actual daily intakes has such a huge deficit between both of those markers in the sense that we recommend you have sown so milligrams of magnesium and you go, well, I'm going to go and do that through my diet or supplementation, but then all of a sudden, you've been asked to use a PPI or antacid, for example, and your ability to bring that into your bloodstream will bring the magnesium out of the digestion and into your bloodstream is majorly impaired, leaving you thinking that you're doing the right thing, but once again, unfortunately, the appropriate mineral vitamin isn't getting off the train as you would like it to be. Now, in a clinical setting a large proportion of people have low levels of hydrochloric acid originating from chronic moderate exposure to stress. Interestingly, when you get acute stress, you actually get an increase in gastric juices, but when that stress becomes more chronic. So it's a longer lasting exposure in less intense way, but still intense enough, you start to see a lowering of the gas gastric acid production. Now this is considered to be a protective mechanism to mitigate the stressful situation and the action required to react and respond to that chronic moderate exposure to stress. Thyroid conditions such as hypothyroidism and Hashimoto's can also cause changes in gastric secretions. They believe mainly because of the thyroid's role in the metabolic processes of the body. This connection between the brain and the digestion once again is one of the critical points of interest when looking at our north to south, the train line or treatment method after going through how it works is now easier, hopefully to see how necessary the stomach and its actions are in both triggering cues in the small intestine, mechanically digesting food, deconstructing protein for absorption and the vitamins and minerals absorbed by the stomach. What do you think so far? Do you feel as if there may be elements of your digestive function that are maybe causing your food to not be digested as well as it could be? Maybe that starting to cause some of these issues. I touched on this small intestine there, and we will definitely get to that as another organ of focus. But what about some of the solutions if you do feel like you're harder to maybe isn't performing the way you would like it? One of my favorite ones is just using apple cider vinegar before meals or at least as a morning shot. It can be an excellent place to begin the process of correcting the hydrochloric acid. I think a lot of the time when you do these types of things you're looking to see some positive feedback. And you'll hear me talk about that quite a lot in that. You do need to see some change quite early. And it's not that you don't want to give the time or you're impatient. But if you're looking to feel better, you probably want to do it as quickly as possible. Doing something like apple cider vinegar is a relatively easy way to see whether or not you're actually on the right track. So maybe you have your first little shot of it. And you just feel 30 to 40% less bloated. Sure, it could be a placebo, but also if you do it again and you continue to feel 30% or 40% less bloated, that could be a nice wind, but also give you a sense that maybe some more focus needs to go into the stomach there for you. Supplementally a popular beginning is a combination of something called betaine HCL, pepsin, which is one of the main digestive enzymes in the stomach, but you must be careful if you suffer from a methane dominant small intestinal bacterial overgrowth or constipation dominant IBS is sometimes that B time may aggravate these types of conditions. So once again, if you're unsure of your seaboard status or anything like that, if you start to see that over the first few days of using a supplement with betaine that you're starting to feel a little worse for where then it's probably best to seize that straight away. But look, let's talk about the small intestine, more from a functional point of view because that's our focus for this episode. The small intestine is where nutrients get off the train and absorb into the body. There are a few fun facts when it comes to the small intestine and its role in the digestion. The first is a surprise to most of my patients in that the small intestine is the primary site of nutrient breakdown and absorption. Yes, that's right. It's actually not your stomach sure your stomach does or is involved in some absorption, but the small intestine is the major site. The second form factor is that the small intestine is actually the longest part of the digestion and can measure up to 15 feet long, which is crazy. The small intestine comprises of three parts, the duodenum, which is the upper part of the small intestine receives the manic mechanically digestive food from the stomach and bile from the liver to break down fats and also receives further enzymes from the pancreas to continue the deconstruction of your food. The rest of the assimilation absorption process occurs over the preceding parts of the small intestine, the jejunum, which absorbs sugars amino acids and fats and the ileum which absorbs any of the nutrients not already assimilated earlier in the small intestine in particular B 12, which is a big focus for a lot of people. The small intestine has become a focus of research due to the potential of bacterial overgrowths in the ilium, the lower part of the small intestine. A better understanding of the small intestines role in essential digestion makes it easier to appreciate how important it is to clear any obstacles to its ability to bring nutrients in the body from the food you eat. Now I wanted to touch on this point a little bit mainly because I also hear a lot of people present to me in the clinic and say, I don't think I'm absorbing my food very well. Now, after we've gone through the function of the digestion in a little bit more focus, a lot of the time I believe release the way of interpreted it, people are mentioning the fact that they don't feel as if they're absorbing their food because they have stomach problems. But they may be right in the sense that they're not absorbing their nutrients very well, but it's actually a small intestine issue. Once again, this is where focusing on the function can actually give you some really nice insights into where things might be going wrong. Once again, though, this is where the north south ideology becomes the most appropriate. The gallbladder and the pancreas rely on cues from the stomachs from the stomach's acidity to release bile and pancreatic enzymes appropriately into the small intestine. So if the correct level of acidity isn't achieved in the stomach, this could immediately have a downstream effect on the effectiveness of the small intestine. So once again, you may remember previously or a little bit earlier in this episode that I mentioned that the train line or the other organs in this cascade moving south rely on the cues from the stations or the organs previous. So once again, this is a very clear example of that. Significantly though PH regulation of the pancreatic juice and the bile also affected the digestive process with the pancreatic PH also playing an essential role in its antibacterial action as well. So the pancreas can actually offer a further immune element. Let's take a quick break and we'll bring all of this together and help you understand a little bit.

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"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

06:46 min | 11 months ago

"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"In if we're talking about supporting sierra adrenals right our adrenals are reproductive system. That's our emotions. Our relationships that is about we wanna focus on see orange colored foods again just think of the rainbow and we're just going through the spectrum of the rainbow right as we went from red to orange so foods that are rich in orange colored in orange the orange pigment for example right so say bell peppers you know orange bell peppers citrus foods. All these things are really great for the role but so are fermented foods in say seafood and nuts see so we want dietary fats dietary fats and oils. That can come from nuts disease or also great foods for the sake role great foods for a reproductive system great foods for journals and we talked about the heart rate so you said digestion digestion heart you though so just pick the person next one okay. Great or the next one is the solar plexus and that is that supports our digestion. Are liver gallbladder pancreas that is about balancing in our stomach intestine. All the whole area right art justice systems but that's about balance that's about personal power. That's about feeling in your power. That's about energy. It's feeling balance because that is third shock rap and that is were at colors that's resonates with the color yellow so you choose. Foods that are yellow in color fibers. Also really good soluble fiber whole grain lagoons. These are all foods Good good quality. Dietary carbohydrates right. These are all great foods to support our guides obviously like over talking about soluble fibers. But it's also great for our energy centers. Also great for balance i'm into these are these are these are foods in. I actually took crystal. But we'll talk about that another time but these are all foods support that energy center. So if you're feeling like your digestion is off right you can reach for you know an. I don't have everyone's reach for a banana but a banana would be a good thing because it depends on your blood sugar blood sugar levels but that's good for like the average person has got great fiber in it and and it's a healthy dietary carbohydrate. If we're talking about the heart you know the heart. Shocker is that resonates with the color green. And that's one that. I talk about a lot because we have had so much that we've had to go through collectively right individually with their families but also globally in terms of our hearts right. There's been a lot of heartbreak. Tragedy tragedy in trauma Over twenty twenty and so eating foods are in alignment with the color green which resonates with the harsh. Shocker is really really healing nurturing for your cardiovascular system. Obviously because of all the microphones all the fighter nutrients in these grains Dark green leafy vegetables. Anything that's great any green vegetables or fruit. Great for that. But it's also great for great for that heart shock route that which is about expansion growth and so when we're talking about systems that are governed by the heart shock. That is our lymphatic. You know our lungs are har- officer cardiovascular system which already mentioned but also the greens help with oxygenation circulation breathing all things that are very nurturing to our heart shock. So i can go all the way up by Those are like the years cool bottom from everything you're saying is it's just once again rationale to eat your veggies like if it's you know you know that it's like you look at some of the statements that have just persevered in nutrition and one of them is eat from the rainbow when we're saying that it's not like skittles but you know that all these different plant callers have different functions at all these different plant nutrients have different things. They do so. There's a reason that there's golden beats and red beets and red onions white onions. You know it's mother nature smart. She didn't just make all the stuff just for no reason. So the cool thing is is even if you couldn't pinpoint right now where you're where you might have some blockages or weakness. If you just focused on eating more colors yes really like. If you looked at every day. I think one of the coolest things you can do. Now that we're actually home. Cooking a benefit right is like try a different vegetable every week. Try something different so you get off your routine right. I love that yet. And that's really one of the biggest takeaways i have for every audience is that you don't don't feel pressure that you've got eat a whole rainbow of vegetables and fruits in one meal. I mean that's great if you can get sal into your salad or into your stu. Whatever it is that you're making but as as long as you're doing throughout the course of the whole day you know so from breakfast to dinner you can literally just kind of check off all this different colors. You can have different berries and stuff in the morning with your smoothie or with your oatmeal or however you like to have berries but those are two really beautiful colors that resonate with your third eye and also your route. So you know. Throughout the course of the day you can hit you know five six seven colors. You're getting those veteran new ginger getting those those minerals in those vitamins. And you know you're also targeting those energy centers and as we know when you're middle aged anywhere to forty and forty nine. You really want to prioritize. Calcium d vitamin c in iron. You get those from those leafy. Greens you get those by nurturing. Her heart shock are you're you're targeting those nutrients in as you you know whether you're in your fifties or sixties you know you have to prioritize other vitamins and nutrients but you're getting them all when you hit the rainbow you. It's very rare. I mean there are the occasional few people but for the most part if you put a bunch of nutritionists in a room. We'd probably all agree on this one site. We'd say drink more clean water. Eat more non-strategic vegetables right. I mean there you go. But here's another justification. In a way. That i think i know we've never talked about on the show for looking at this. You probably have never thought about that. Can make a big difference so Someone wanting to continue on with your work. I know you're giving away in e book. And i'm gonna put it at. Jj virgin dot com slash serena to make it easy and that's s. e. r. e. n. a. So jj virgin dot com slash serena and it is Designed for the anti-ageing lifestyle. You.

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"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on Break The Rules

Break The Rules

10:49 min | 2 years ago

"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on Break The Rules

"In energy. You're feeling low in mood. You may want a additionally add in some methylated full as a supplement and so. I find that genetic testing can really helped me a lot when I'm looking at what. What are the most important supplements for that patient? If you to an another common question around testing around food intolerance fussing and get a lot of patients that come in and they want the food in times testing. I don't actually always run it I like to do a lot more at home. Just experiment type of testing with them and Talk a little bit about fated on setting as well as the inaccuracies inaccuracies that it can show. Yeah I mean. I think that you know food intolerance food sensitivity testing as well as food. Allergy testing. Have false positives and false negatives. They all do. So there's again there's no perfect test out there so food allergy testing would be more of an I g loo looking for an immediate reaction to a food food sensitivity. Testing would be more than I G G looking for elevated levels of immunoglobulins against a I G immunoglobulins against a panel of different foods. And I sometimes we'll do food sensitivity testing but a lot of times. I'll do a comprehensive elimination diet or a partial limitation diet where you know if I'm concerned about food sensitivities I'll remove some of the common food sensitivities on somebody remove them for for three weeks in slowly the back end and it can be really really powerful I think that sometimes food sensitivity testing helps me convince a patient okay. Let's let's really do this but it helps me delineate. What's going on? In how hundred percent like a hundred percent they need to be or how much they really need to pull food away but it again. It's just one piece puzzle. Yeah you're right so all you again. Bottom line using testing as a piece of the puzzle but not bootle talk about elimination diets and when I'm dining in practices wells. A lot of times. People are on these diets for a very long time in not getting better and so really speak a little bit to what using an practiced a big philosophy that I utilize is like the eaten abundance mindset within a real context and then also eighty twenty eighty percent of the time eating real foods twenty percent of the time let life happen to allow the freedom of travel to allow for the freedom of weddings to allow for the freedom of chocolate. And so talk a little bit. About how food changing the Diet. Can you really affected and win? It can be also detrimental. Elimination rises while great-great-great points and so important for us to be paying attention to You know the idea of doing an elimination diet to determine if food is causing somebody inflammation is not to stay on it forever. It is a short term process where you're looking to see if somebody's having symptoms and and you know that's helpful for some people like you know for me. I didn't really have any idea why when I was twenty. Why had congestion constipation digestive issues? I took away dairy and Mike. Oh I feel so much better. It was it was the removal. And then the reintroduction where the symptoms came back that really helped me realize that that was an issue and I totally agree with your eighty twenty. So important that were for most of the people in for most of the time were were appreciating. The fact that first and foremost we need to eat may need to nurse the body and we WANNA nurse the value with whole foods and we do need to be careful about just pulling away more and more foods because that's not always the answer and if you're not feeling better and you're pulling away foods than we've got a step back. It's what's is there something we haven't treated that we need to treat like a gut infection right or eating enough calories so that your body can heal. I mean some of those things are really important. Maybe we need to just help you digest your food made. It's not the food itself. Yeah I maybe you're eating a diet. But just like liver. Gallbladder pancreas seeing some support digestive. Louis our stomach acid et CETERA. So really weird. The fine tuned importance of working with the practice nerve resort. Time can be really helpful. Absolutely absolutely you know a lot of times you can't. You can't always do this on your own. You WanNa get a good practitioner. Who has experienced in this in this area? I don't know if you've ever ran into this in your journey but I caught shooting in the dark where you're just buying the next supplement saying it can help with this symptom or you're trying this diet or cutting out this this week and it just felt like a very wandering like lowly journey. Yeah you think. Oh you know I. I've got to try this one now. I've got to try this now. I've got to pull this away. And that's that's not always. It's not always the best way to go. I would love to know about a couple of patient. Stories that stick out. You don't use their names if anything comes to mind is like just an evolution in your time as a practitioner that you've really gotten to see the power functional medicine work and just the process where with a client and also with the timeline. Look like for them as far as how long that took. Oh you know it can be. It could be across either so many such a wide range of what we see for example. I had a child who came to see me with autism in his parents brought him when he was three and a very typical autism story where he had Regression at fifteen months in you know a we redid some very simple things you know. When we changed his diet he needed to eat more protein. He we did pull away gluten dairy because they can be a problem for kids on the spectrum and then we did some simple testing just to start with and he had this real remember athletic acid earlier. He had a really high math monica acid and he had a really low vitamin D and we added in a few supplements to support his DiCaprio. We gave him a high dose of injectable. B Twelve 'cause summers. He wasn't absorbing or utilizing his twelve when we brought up his vitamin D and he responded very quickly. You know that is not a typical of what I see with kids on the spectrum but it was a it was a really really quick really quick turnarounds which is very cool We don't always see that but on the other hand we see people who are maybe a longer process right. I worked with the woman who started to have digestive issues wins. She was around twenty She struggled with a lot of stress in. I think she she got a A bug like A. She said I got really sick. I got I got a lot of diarrhea cramping and then since then. My digestion hasn't been the same and gotten to the point where she was really having a hard time eating. You know she every time she she would get really floated in her stomach and as a result she was eating less and less and ship boss way her her period had stopped. And so you know shoes really. Having a hard hard time. She's also becoming more and more anxious. Which recently sometimes see when digestive system gets out of balance. We sometimes see that the that you shifted turns your personality. She's getting more and more anxious than having a hard time sleeping and having a job eating and losing weight so we we did a test for small intestinal bacterial overgrowth in it was. It was positive and we treat. It retreated with medication with a prescription medication in her symptoms. Responded Really Nicely. She got better but it didn't. It didn't hurt. Her mood. Started TO REALLY IMPROVE. But it didn't get all the way better. Which is something we see a lot. We see that we see that very often. She was getting her mood was getting better. She was less anxious. Who's starting to eat more? But she still was having bloating and couldn't tolerate all her foods so we did a little bit more testing and we found out that she had these antibodies against the pride of cells in her stomach. She had these prices. Are the cells in your stomach? That made a healthier Ray Down your protein helps your body absorb twelve and She just didn't have enough of she was. Her body was fighting off those cells so she wasn't making enough acid in her stomach. We then started to okay. We know we knew. Can we've gotTA deal with this? So we added in some things to increase the city in her stomach. When she you can use things like bidders We also gave her some bad teenage C. L. to help her digest her food. And it's when we did that. In addition to treating the bacterial overgrowth that that her digestive really started to improve and it took about six to nine months. A little bit more where she started to regain that weight she had lost. Every you know every time I talk to her. She started to feel a little bit more better and better. She was feeling more calm and happy and able to maintain a good way or herself. Was there just a couple of examples now disagreeing examples and I think what you just like really highlighted is just that sometimes it's just a little game changers that can make a big difference like that's true just like finding the little things in just continuing to the practitioner not settle for just like okay? These are just gonNA be your norm like Julia. Continue to lean in and believe that the body does have those capabilities to restore in be made better in whole so. That's super awesome to hear of all of that. And how can people find more about your work doctor? Boheme in just like the work that you're doing it you're For one. I know you have a book write out as well or DVD DVD's so I have a DVD on breast wellness. So I put it together a couple years ago. The Functional Medicine Approach to breast health and wellness and wellbeing. So looking at all the different things that may be impacting a woman's risk of breast cancer in how they can then rebalance it and it also has a DVD. Because it has some yoga practices that you can do again that a friend of mine didn't Within the DVD. So I have that on. My website is Dr Boheme Dot Com and also I'm at the Ultra Wellness Center website. Ultras calm and I'm on facebook. Elizabeth boheme MD and Instagram Elizabeth. Bohannon thinking twitter. Dr Bohannon him something like that. They're all sorts of baystate. People can follow me. Yeah definitely Links in the show notes and thanks so much for taking some time to come on and break and makes them new roles wellness..

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"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Now. Is We actually regenerate line tissue got restricted lung lung disease we have to reduce the scarring along we can do anthony testing including a flow volume loop and DLC L. diffusion capacities asked to show them proven mm to lung function and range of motion etcetera. Now let's go down to the bowel if you've got out the abnormal parasols of your. He's off against bringing it up into the chest title Hernia we can reverse sat sat with. IBS CARE to stimulate the mind. Dirk blacks we also. He'll out he's off your wall with gastro heels. Karmazin are we kill off the past into quitting helicobacter Pylori Guy Cetera. That can cause cancerous changes in yourself. over a period of time because Admiral Chronic. Mike Dismisses 'cause off Joe Cancer that can be very sneaky has by the time of diagnosis often very advanced. Same with pancreatic cancer that affected some of the major celebrity's recently including the Canadian. Jose affected what we do there. interpreter skipper Adams. We can do an ultrasound. The upper abdomen the cancer cell marker tests The most important thing is forty. Five percent of people have abnormal anonymous connections. Actions between our gallbladder pancreas if they have seaboard small intestinal bell. Overgrowth visco pancreatic cancer. especially if they have a despotic Shiva. You have a sterile up or small bowel views the acid suppression of Proton pump inhibitors. You increase the risk of despite houses and acid reflex an Amtrak Emerald bacteria getting into panthers that can cause pancreatic changes to the DNA so we have anti pathogenic we have the five plasma hiding or neutral nine which which no one else has. We have neutral which I've designed nobody else. Has We have allison mad from Germany. Half the price or less two hundred milligrams more six hundred fifty milligrams grams of our biologically active anti pathogenic fungi viruses bacteria sparky to Cetera. We have neutral Munin. twenty-six y Minagawa take take the pathogens neutra defense increases strength last fall to foreign percent stronger to destroy the viral pabst of all Indian viruses. Bacterial Cell Wall maupassant all past and we can recall nicer. GOT LIVING PROBIOTIC and results extreme from Paris living probiotic ultra and Berber stat and helps restore dispatched guts normal normal so the stomach ulcers you wanNA use the same treatments we have also enzymes the Digestion Gastro digest is will restore stomach acid and pepsi. So you have proper digestion of your food and Proper Times Gospels. I am plant based digesting food. Supporting the food arrive in your the second part of your doing the proper. Absorption Improper activities of the enzymes in the upper small balance sterile because of the the acid killing the year passed into bacteria. If you're looking at the bow all of course Augusta Hill very helpful. We can also use frequency therapy and other treatments like Andy Pathogenic treatment to Nakal pasture. And and of course we can heal the got wall with got peptides which we have for the stomach and small bowel for the liver and for the kidneys. The kidneys You WANNA measure eve. Small Particle Human Serum Albumin HSA If you're leaking daffron. If you're diabetic we can stop that with Ultra Simon and be one and we want to monitor that secondly we can actually improve the reduce the CRP using trans a AB abdominal over the kidneys looming. Photon anti inflammatory Amatorio. Like cell defense plus we can also reduce scarring of the ureter another things. We can reduce stones with calcium magnesium citrate straight stop stone formation and get over homocysteine using methylation support the bio L. VR super fully power missile b twelve and seven methyl because they can induce deuce stone formation of methylation pathway insufficiency We're talking about bladder problems. Prostate for men we want to use prostate flow. Two soft soft gels twice a day bladder up which was made from pump. Continue to twice a day and a natural alpha one blocker Swedish flower on two tablets four times a day for women. With Bladder Stalin's Andrew Ryan pressure. Who'd again use the sweetie flower pollen and the bladder up and we reduce You'd ride swelling and information using Erin laboratories in flashbacks and self defense plus new product..

"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

11:04 min | 3 years ago

"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"And welcome back and Michelle we have lots of more questions uh-huh dancer and <hes> emails and you don't get people on the pathway is they said before the show scripture when you have the POW- When you have Phil God's a cup of praise then you get directed to save for your health to go to new dramatical and listen to the program. That doesn't sound like what you just said. We don't know what it means. It's gotTa bring people to you to help you. As you said just before he went in the air it was funny. What were you reading something about <hes> Justin Trudeau up there in Canada Oh yeah he's he's wrecking the country? We'll we'll talk about that now or two or three with we have John W spring on Harley can't make it. He's actually managing the conference for Lucius Russia's wife Helga Zeppelin Russia internationally over there which is good. I am right. I got we can get rid of it. Yeah I know I can't I'm with. I'm close enough do it. I'll let's see todd bill from South Dakota Michelle. Hello hello my daughter will be attending college in the fall a dairy products give her stomach problems are nurse practitioner mentioned that she will need to consume calcium from other sources sources. I know there's a lot more than just calcium needed per strong bones. This brings up the greater question of Diet and supplementation so I'm asking you what what would be good for a female student who is in running sports. I would like to know what will help with general health and immune system support well for your bones James Bond generator <hes> if you don't have osteoporosis routes three capitals rather than six after a few two biggest meals. I want to take my Cell D.. Three at least four five soft gels a twice a day and Mike O. D. to one twice a day one capsule. That's important. Is that your ball okay. If you're if you're taking any milk Arabia the calcium need have Kubota generator for general health we want fighting Miramax and Omega Supreme Problem. I mean if you just say those are the core remember this student the right vitamins yeah but adults are important bone generators important to myself three and if you don't add Michael d two that's okay but important things vitamin vitamin relaxing Omega Supreme Problem there so keeping it simple right. Hey our friend corrine from Arizona Bill Dr Bill. Can you treat B._B._C.. Primary Billy Airy Colin Jarvis Right. Is it possible to avoid a liver transplant yeah what what happened is that <hes> these infections problems stealth infection involved solve the problem is what I like to I like to d._N._A.. Appropriate vents cultures of the stool to see what's going on also on proper imaging want an ultrasound of the gallbladder pancreas etc and make sure that there's no abnormal ductile connections <hes> forty five percent of admiral connecting their pancreas and gallbladder and they can actually have already flexing their pancreas and the also everybody nobody gets permeability sclerosis and pancreatitis as had chronic CBO or small intestinal bell overgrowth Franklin died or others die pancreatic. Yeah Greta cancer like I think the guy that was on the late night you know or evening you have the game show jeopardy Tovia the Canadian Guy <hes> <hes> they all have CBO and entry CBO was are pathogenic or other things so neutrally Nelson manager silver a neutral defense and make breath and what's a nutrient twenty-six why so and then he can heal the gut lining with gastro. He'll which is in currency next bill is Britney and she's from British Columbia Canada. <hes> my name is Brittany. I'm thirty six year. Old Female recently had two children bill. You're listening currently breastfeeding looking for safe. Don't clear your throat when I'm reading looking take looking for safe recommendations to treat my hypothyroidism. Vitiligo Vitali goes I call it how you say it Vitiligo and gallstones I have been on synthroid very lowest dose for about one year I have previously in the past before been medicated and suffered from thyroid storm symptoms anxiety my t. s. h. has been label but never layby all up and down up and down. Yeah was extremely extremely high before it'll between eighty four and one hundred generally. I'm very fatigued anxious. I'm a healthcare worker worker. <hes> I've had a fair amount of vaccines. I've worked overseas and suffered from H.. Pylori also a she was diagnosed with that <music> after my first pregnancy and postpartum pre ECLAMPSIA and suffered infection took a lot of antibiotics. My Skin looks terrible. I feel the same whatever you can recommend. I also find it. Hard are to brush my teeth in a day with two little please if you could recommend the necessities and be realistic that is taking pills one two three times Nisa Day versus five to ten yeah. I'm on that. I'm with you on that Britney. My husband Raves about you so I thought I would give you a try okay well. She's got about ten problems. I'm going to do with the top ones and we'll get her started on these first hypothyroidism my desire to caps in the morning and new tonight five drops ops in your skin vitali go sell defense plants to turn off the side of kind and Taco curcumin cream four times a day to the areas of Vitiligo gallstones into spouses else's with previous H.. Pylori she'd probably still just else's Alison Meta Yeah okay next. BILL IS H- able H._I._V.. Al From New Mexico right greetings. I just ordered Auch I shop shop. I S. H.. A. H.. That's is what <hes> the red deer velvet and then I'd like to start with your red deer valid also is it something you take every day. Yes Shimon to do the three capitals twice a day. You take it with the by regulatory. Peptides edged for the target organs. You're trying to generate with your heart. You have heart failure or your kidneys or your brain or is you take it also with optimizing micro d two and and you need nutritional support of the fatty acids Omega supreme pro invited Miramax closes the core you can add other things two college Max Etcetera Etcetera but those Gore I from Arizona. I'm hi Michelle. I just read an article talking about <hes> watching for G._M._O.. Especially in vitamin in C. and other supplements that so often now our source from China so happy to have my nutriments and I'll never have to worry thank you Dr Bill from South Nutriments American-made. We don't have all garbage and G._M.. All the other stuff in it so and all of a standard checked every batch with chromatography Veenstra to make sure that they're all correct sure I know you go by the corner they take years sometimes developing a lot maxine vol directly with the development of the cell opens like Indian me <hes> Neutra silver may the projects you might design and we just got it by the way our patents on the actually fancy p._d._f.. Patent but now on our red developed which is the first product first product in the world in human history that returned to the fetal state where you don't age as thousand six hormones of fetal life which is the only time we actually not physically aging that's called red deer Belvedere and you haven't under our products under your south and no one else in the world has we're the only ones we have many products that no one else in the world has not only our products non G._M._o.. They're all organic right there via available available bio converted by persistent which means they'll you if you take something like our neutrality the last twelve hours you take something like our <hes>. Let's say Coca Jin Supreme. It's the only one that doesn't preliminaries crystallize you take things capacity pluses to most powerful vitamin C in the world calcium magnesium sodium potassium scurvy with opera. I mean we go on on and on every whatever supplements is so remarkable. There's nothing in its class and including our neutral line which is not Nathan iden- it's actually plasma iding which is monitoring the guiding it will displace flora <unk> Bromides and other toxins that there's no estrogens next is mark in an e mail on. I hope all is well with you and your family. My wife had a but sat virga which is a work. Oh so what that is okay her whole ankle got infected acting became swollen overtime cleared up which is still an area around the vein just below or ankle which is still inflamed and occasionally pitchy and painful well. I would play a D.. H. Interests over on the dairy every two hours and I play D._H._A.. Chain pregnenolone cream is there's no lesions. You'RE GONNA pay cocoon but don't apply authors open leisure to say white or won't senior socks or your your Veggie to your arrears or whatever you see got squeezed in here that was that was an older Melville. Let's find <hes>. Let's see what I have here now. You remember Mark Mark from the U._k.. Bill back when let's see WHO's next matthew from Wisconsin. Go ahead my my mother. Ruth is an act of healthy seventy one year old female who still does daily Yoga she fell and broke her hip on July fourteenth twenty nineteen who doctorate in x-rays and she has a hairline fracture on the neck of the hip bone and the courses surgeons they do our operate but she would prefer another solution of of course not you don't WanNa replace her hip. That'll don't run the risk of infection but also the danger of having a thromboembolism so when you have a hairline.

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"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Tobacco is the top cause of preventable cancer in the United States but that could change in the next five to ten years smoking is the number one cause of cancer but obesity is a huge influence on cancer it's coming up pretty close to where tobacco is almost I believe the number is forty percent of cancers may be related to obesity that's Dr Anthony Perry chief of the department of outpatient medicine it cancer treatment centers of America he's also an advocate for increasing public awareness and education about obesity and cancer risk he says the two are related and is almost everyone knows America's weight problem is getting worse that means there's an increasing percentage of the American population whose weight may raise their risk for cancer when you look at the American population a large proportion of the population qualifies to be at least overweight and actually it's again forty percent or of obese meeting the criteria and what we typically go by in which characterizes obesity is a body mass index of greater than thirty and so while it's not a perfect measurement of a person's overall fitness it's the one that we most of us go with because it's relatively easy to determine based on what a person's weight and you know overall height is however Perry says that cancer risk related to obesity is more complicated than just be MRI it also depends on the type of fat someone has primarily the the central fat that's within the abdomen that is metabolically active and when we look at what that is it's called visceral fat that's the problem it's the fact within the central abdominal cavity that does bad things it can promote its own hormonal system of regulating insulin release in pro inflammatory new chemicals that are at the root of what we think may have something to do with cancer the current Andrea currents this visceral fat is key to understanding how weight can be tied to cancer risk it's the kind the fact that produces an apple shaped body and lurks near organs such as the liver and intestines people who are overweight or obese are more likely to have visceral fat but it's not limited to high IBM ice this is an association with cancer so there's not a direct causal relationship that has been proven but the linkage Israel and the issue isn't necessarily that if you're staying you're going to not get cancer because again there's a million other factors that factor into why a person gets cancer but also it's the this role fact that specifically what we concern ourselves with in regards to cancer risk again visceral fat is what's within the intra abdominal cavity not necessarily the love handles that a person has obesity and the presence of visceral fat can also be linked to specific types of cancer there's a number that are associated with obesity I think the ones that we know about are primarily certain types of esophageal cancer specifically call adenocarcinoma stomach cancers Colo rectal cancers liver gallbladder pancreas breast endometrial ovarian kidney thyroid so I think he's a total of thirteen now some more than others so for instance endometrial cancer is very strongly associated with obesity considering the link between weight visceral fat and cancer weight loss could be the solution to lowering the risk of developing cancer or its recurrence says there's not a lot of research on this but studies are being conducted to test the effects of weight loss from the radical standpoint certainly lowering your BMI reduces your risk of getting the cancer I.

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"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Tobacco is the top cause of preventable cancer in the United States but that could change in the next five to ten years smoking is the number one cause of cancer but obesity is a huge influence on cancer it's coming up pretty close to where tobacco is almost I believe the number is forty percent of cancers may be related to obesity that's Dr Anthony Perry chief of the department of outpatient medicine it cancer treatment centers of America he's also an advocate for increasing public awareness and education about obesity and cancer risk he says the two are related and is almost everyone knows America's weight problem is getting worse that means there's an increasing percentage of the American population whose weight may raise their risk for cancer when you look at the American population a large proportion of the population qualifies to be at least over weight and actually it's again forty percent or of obese meeting the criteria and what we typically go by in which characterizes obesity is a body mass index of greater than thirty and so while it's not a perfect measurement of a person's overall fitness it's the one that we most of us go west because it's relatively easy to determine based on what a person's weight and an overall height is however Perry says that cancer risk related to obesity is more complicated than just be MRI it also depends on the type of fat someone has primarily the the central fact that's within the abdomen that is metabolically active and when we look at what that is it's called visceral fat that's the problem it's the fact within the central abdominal cavity that does bad things it can promote its own hormonal system of regulating insulin relief in pro inflammatory new chemicals that are at the root of what we think may have something to do with cancer for current and reoccurrence this visceral fat is key to understanding how weight can be tied to cancer risk it's the kind of fat that per uses an apple shaped body and lurks near organs such as the liver and intestines people who are overweight or obese are more likely to have visceral fat but it's not limited to high IBM eyes this is an association with cancer so there's not a direct causal relationship that has been proven but the linkage Israel and the issue isn't necessarily that if your thing you're going to not get cancer because again there's a million other factors that factor into why a person gets cancer but also it's the literal fact that specifically what we concern ourselves with in regards to cancer risk again visceral fat is what's within the intra abdominal cavity not necessarily the love handles that a person has obesity and the presence of visceral fat can also be linked to specific types of cancer there's a number that are associated with obesity I think the ones that we know about are primarily certain types of esophageal cancer specifically call adenocarcinoma stomach cancers Colo rectal cancers liver gallbladder pancreas breast endometrial ovarian kidney thyroid so I think he's a total of thirteen some more than others so for instance endometrial cancer is very strongly associated with obesity considering the link between weight visceral fat and cancer weight loss could be the solution to lowering the risk of developing cancer or its recurrence Perry says there's not a lot of research on this but studies are being conducted to test the effects of weight loss from the radical standpoint certainly lowering your BMI reduces your risk of getting the cancer I think the second part of the equation is that if you are diagnosed with cancer does losing weight.

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"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"gallbladder pancreas" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Blocking two right lanes. Merges vehicles are still under Saint so use caution as still got some Sunday volume on the downtown connector is taking you about nineteen minutes to get from University Avenue to seventeenth street on is seventy five eighty five northbound Mike boozer WSB, listen to Dr Joe the five most dangerous words in the English language. Are maybe it will go away. Stop suffering and start getting well, Dr Joe Esposito is on WSB. Hey, folks, Dr Joe here. Glad you're with us today. We're talking about Heidel hernias, and boy is this hot topic. My gosh, we'll lighten up on social media were light enough on phone calls here. And the reason there's so many people have it does a chiropractor. My job is to help get you out of pain and get you. Well as quick as possible and all my team of doctors are all trained by me. And here's the thing there, my personal doctors. So these are the people that take care of me. And so I wanna make sure that you're getting the best treatment possible. And so I don't let anyone treat you unless I know they're gonna take care of me. And I trust them. So that's why it's important that you come see us. So that we can get the treatment to get the nervous system working properly for neck pain, back pain shoulder. Pain, numbness, tingling, muscle weakness. We get the digestive system working which we're talking about today. And then we get you on good nutrition, and the minimum amount of nutrients, you need every day is Dr Joe super greens. And Dr Jones essential source into winter. You gotta take vitamin d folks, it's absolutely positively imperative and I talked about vitamin d years ago. And this is another thing. That's in the doctor. Joe was right column. We talked about D And how important it is. Now. All the studies are coming out to help brain function immune system than bone growth. And in so many different things. You gotta get the vitamin d all this up as we talk about her on my website. Dr Joe dot com. So we're talking about high you'll hernia today. And if you irritate vagus nerve, I want to cover this again because we just went to break as I was covering it. If the Vegas nervous being irritated because the stomach is pushed up against the diaphragm the Vegas nerve controls the hardest off against the lungs the stomach the small intestines delivered the gallbladder pancreas and the colon. It also has control over the kidneys the bladder and the external genitalia. So when you fixed it the the stomach so many things get better. This is why Heidel hernias called the great mimicry. It mimics so many other conditions, and how many have you been to the doctor had all these tests done. Nothing was found. Can't find out. What it is. Check the nervous system. Check to Heidel hernia with the vagus nerve issues, and then get some good nutrition in your body, and a lot of those problems in most cases, go away. Now, your stomach's jobs to take proteins and break them into something called amino acids, follow this if I teach you nothing else in years, we spent together remember this. Well, the nervous system controls everything you need to get that fixed. That's the most important thing. Number two proteins break into amino acids, amino acid trip feign becomes serotonin in your brain serotonin makes you happy many of you have emotional disorders, and we fixed the stomach and emotional disorders. Get better serotonin becomes melatonin which helps you what sleep so many of you have acid reflux. You get sleep apnea from the physical aspect of the stomach pushing against the diaphragm. But you're also not producing neurotransmitters that help you sleep tyrosine becomes dopamine dopamine gives you pleasure. How many people have just kinda nothing really thrills me anymore? I remember when I was young. It was fun to do this this this and this now not so much could be justified. A lot of your chronic pain. Gloomy becomes Gaba. Gaba helps suppress pain and you may take supplements of medicines. I'm sorry that have the word Gaba in them to help suppress your pain. When in reality. We just gotta fix the stomach and fixed the pinch nerves as well from chiropractic standpoint. So stop suffering..

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