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Digestive Disorders

Diving into Digestion...

In the United States alone, an estimated 70 million people are presently affected by digestive disease. It is highly common to experience some type of digestive imbalance at some point or another in life. However, those who choose to ignore the more prevalent long-lasting symptoms cause irreversible life-threatening damage.

Some of the most common digestive disorders are:

 

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (Acid Reflux) - 20% of U.S. Population
  • Gallstones (Deposits in Gallbladder) - 20 Million Americans
  • Celiac Disease (Gluten Allergy or Sensitivity) - 5% of Americans
  • Crohn's Disease - 780,000 Americans
  • Ulcerative Colitis - 907,000 Americans
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) - 10-15% of Adults World Wide
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The Digestive Breakdown...

Food Chemistry is crucial to our body's breakdown and intake of nutrients. Some nutritionists, like Deana Sicari BS CCN, practice Food Science focusing on Blood Type and stabilizing the metabolism (and exercise). This allows the body to lose weight naturally. The breakdown of foods is also in connection with blood type. For Example, Type O+ Blood patients have better compatibility with a more carnivorous diet, where as Type A+ is more compatible with lighter meats i.e. Chicken, Fish, Vegetables etc.

Food is important, but if your digestive system is not performing, you're losing out on key nutrients! Paying attention to what your body is telling you. Healthier foods that are unprocessed and unmodified are easier for your body to recognize and utilize.

To get back in balance, stabilize your digestive system with Dr. Wang. Fill out this form below and email to info@tpawellness.com

Ready to get back on track?

Fill out this Digestion Questionnaire and Schedule your Consultation today!

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