Infinite Wellness

How To Resolve Digestive
Issues Naturally

  • Why the root cause of many chronic health issues – beyond feeling gassy, bloated or fatigue – may reside in your gut and why you need to address this now
  • The often overlooked root causes for digestive imbalances such as SIBO, IBS, IBD, Crohn’s, Colitis – and which lifestyle changes can rapidly change your symptoms
  • How our functional medicine approach addresses the root causes of your digestive symptoms in a way that can give you long-term relief

In This Guide, You’ll Discover…

Proper Testing to Determine Your Gut Issues

Are you one of those people who has been living with digestive issues for so long that it’s hard to remember what normal feels like? You’re not alone! Yet the first piece of good news is that there’s specific lab tests to pinpoint where your physiology has become imbalanced, where you may have issues like harmful bacterial overgrowth, tears in the intestinal lining, or overgrowth of opportunistic yeast like candida.

The Four Steps To Naturally Heal Your Digestive Disorder

The main reason your gut health isn’t 100%, is because the friendly flora that populate your entire digestive system have been damaged, are under-fed, or overrun by harmful bacteria, parasites, or yeast. This is why it’s so important to know how to nourish you good gut bacteria and avoid what puts them at risk, repair your gut lining and health leaky gut, ! Learn the how to naturally heal your gut imbalance include the “four R’s” – remove, replace, repair, rebalance and replenish.

Don’t Settle for a Catch-all Diagnosis

Now, when it comes to many digestive disorders, symptoms are often very similar, so it makes sense that many people tend to generalize their symptoms as things like “just having a sensitive stomach” or the medical catch-all diagnosis called IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), together we can find out through proper testing what is really ailing you so that your healing protocol is more targeted.

© 2020 Dr. Chelsea Gronick • 314 – 3001 Tutt Street Kelowna, British Columbia V1Y 2H4 • Phone: (778) 478-0048