For years, we’ve been taught to fear the fat. It’s been the dietary bad-guy, responsible for making us, well, fat. But,The Atlanta Center for Holistic and Integrative Medicine’s Dr. Taz Bhatia, says we have been misled.
Dysbiosis: Is SIBO the Missing Link to IBS & IBD?
Dysbiosis: Is SIBO the Missing Link to IBS & IBD? Gut health is one of the most overlooked aspects in mainstream Western medicine that the integrative community has long established as a key factor in functional wellness. Issues like...
The Keto Diet: A Functional Guide to Low-Carb Eating
What Is a Ketogenic Diet? The basics of the ketogenic diet are as follows: Prioritize eating to satiety with dietary fat Maintain a low carbohydrate intake Consume moderate protein foods The average keto diet recommends anywhere from 20-50 grams...
Alzheimer’s & Neurodegenerative Diseases May Actually Start in the Gut
Your gut microbiome is capable of many fascinating things–and while the phrase “gut bacteria” doesn’t conjure up delightful imagery, integrative doctors believe it may hold the key to better understanding neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Come along as...
What Tryptophan Really Does, and How It’s Helping Scientists Better Understand Depression
What Tryptophan Really Does, and How It’s Helping Scientists Better Understand Depression Is it really tryptophan making you sleepy after your holiday meal? The truth about this old myth is no–and the culprit is actually just a lot of...