“All disease begins in the gut.” Hippocrates made this statement over 2,000 years ago, and it is still relevant today. Strong digestive function is critical in achieving and maintaining overall health. Since the gut plays a surprisingly major role in the immune system, it’s extremely important to eat wisely, digest properly, reduce inflammation and eliminate pathogens in the gastrointestinal tract (GI Tract). 

Healing the adrenal glands and reducing stress are also vital steps in strengthening the gut’s immune response. If you suffer from depression, anxiety or other mood disorders, healing your gut will positively affect your brain.

An unhealthy gut can spell disaster for your hormones, immune system, brain and skin. Therefore, GI testing is highly recommended for most people, especially those with the following conditions: Digestive problems (gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain, heartburn and acid reflux), allergies, weight gain, depression, fatigue, skin disorders, headaches, joint pain, unstable blood sugar, recurrent colds and flu, autoimmune disease, plus chronic throat, nose, and sinus issues.


Do you experience gas and bloating frequently?

Do you suffer from chronic abdominal pain or an upset stomach?

Do you have less than two bowel movements a day?

Do you often have diarrhea or loose stools?

Are your stools hard, dry, small, and/or does evacuation feel incomplete? 

Do you suffer from heartburn, acid reflux, or frequent burping?

Do you have bad breath even after you brush your teeth?

Do you crave sweets, bready foods, or processed carbs?

Do you struggle with losing weight or maintaining a healthy weight?

Do you experience unexplained fatigue, joint and muscle pain, headache, allergies, and/or skin issues?

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, your gut may be out of balance.

Strong digestive function is critical in restoring overall health. In order to achieve this, we must reduce inflammation, cleanse the GI tract of all pathogens, support liver detox, and add healthy bacteria. It is best to detect GI problems early on in the disease process before more serious damage occurs. 

Adrenal depletion reduces our ability to fight GI infections. Therefore, it is imperative to attend to both the adrenals and the GI tract together. Adrenal and GI testing is a great way to begin the process of getting back to health.

To schedule a consultation, you can call, email or fill in your info below and I'll get right back to you. Thank you!

Thank you! I've received your message and will respond within 24 hours!

Oops! Please try again!

(310) 922-8293
Great Barrington, MA 01230
By Appointment Only