Nutritional Therapy

 
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Nutrition and gastro-intestinal health are the cornerstone of Naturopathic healing.  Most chronic conditions can be directly correlated to the quality and type of food consumed.  Our country's food supply is becoming compromised nutritionally and genetically by large corporate entities primarily seeking financial gains.  Food is engineered for a lasting shelf-life and beauty, while the nutritional integrity is gone.  

Conventional agriculture is sprayed with a multitude of chemicals, which include: herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides.  An increasing amount of produce and animal products are derived from Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs).  The combination of the chemicals and genetic modification add to our body burden of toxicity.  This in turn can contribute to food sensitivities, which can manifest as allergies, gas/bloating, diarrhea, constipation, fatigue, systemic and localized inflammation, cancer, autoimmune conditions, etc...  

The doctors can look at your nutritional and gastrointestinal status using different investigative tools.  A four-day Diet Diary is a helpful tool to see if there are any foods which could pose an obstacle to heal.  She also does a thorough intake and physical exam to determine if there are any other underlying factors.  Depending on the case, we offer a large array of specialty labs that can determine nutritional and gastrointestinal status.  

In addition to standard labs to assess nutritional health, the doctors use advanced speciality labs to analyze patients' nutritional and gastrointestinal status.  Following is a list of speciality labs that we have used with patients to help determine their obstacles to heal:

Urine Toxic Metals Testing - we can test for current heavy metal exposure as well as stored toxin exposure via oral chelator

GI Map DNA Stool Test - tests the DNA of virus, fungus, bacteria, and parasites, as well as gut function

Glyphosate Testing - to test for the primary chemical found in RoundUp

Mycotoxin Mold Testing - this is done via urine to see if patients are having mold exposure

Comprehensive Stool Analysis with Parasitology - tests GI inflammation, pathogenic bacteria, yeast/candida, parasites

DUTCH - urine and salivary hormone testing

Food Sensitivity Panel - tests IgG Antibodies in the blood by looking at over 90 different foods, as well as markers for Candida/Yeast overgrowth

Micronutrient Blood Cell Analysis - analyzes blood cells for deficiencies in minerals, vitamins, amino acids, and antioxidants

 
 

"Whenever the art of medicine is loved, there is also love of humanity."
- Hippocrates

 

Dr. Jessica Hayman

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Dr. Stephanie Bailey

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