Digestive Tract Disorders
Digestive Tract Disorders articles created by Dr. John Dempster, ND a renowned Naturopathic Doctor in Toronto, Ontario, focused on digestive health, provides valuable insights into various conditions such as Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative colitis, constipation, diarrhea, Celiac disease, GERD, heartburn, Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), and more. With a focus on personalized care and natural solutions, Dr. Dempster, ND offers evidence informed approaches to improve gut health and alleviate symptoms. Whether you’re seeking information on common digestive issues or dealing with complex conditions, this resource provides practical strategies and nutritional guidance to support your digestive well-being.
Essential oils have become more and more popular lately. Understandably, many people are skeptical of their claims. Do these oils really have medicinal properties, or is this just a fad fueled by bogus media propaganda? I am pleased to inform you that essential oils do
“Gut-wrenching” experiences are no metaphor; living with stress really will wreak havoc on your stomach. It turns out that your belly is more attuned to your mental state than you realize, and unaddressed anxiety can have far-reaching consequences for your gut. Below, I’ve unpacked the
Digestive problems can be debilitating to deal with, so it’s no surprise that finding solutions is a booming industry. If you’re familiar with the world of functional health, you may have heard of the purported wonder properties of bone broth. But is the brew all
Is an uncomfortably bloated gut becoming your after-dinner norm? If so, you may have SIBO. Abdominal swelling is a common problem for lots of people, and it’s not unusual to begin the day with a flat belly, only to later go to bed feeling five
Hippocrates (the father of medicine), once famously said “Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food”. Sound advice. But food has changed in the last century. That may sound like a peculiar statement to some, so let me expand…Food grown/farmed/produced 100 years ago