Belly Bliss Blog
There can be a lot of negative effects of daylight savings time for anyone. Even more, if you’re struggling with IBS. What does the time change and your sleep have to do with your IBS symptoms? Turns out – a lot! How much we sleep, if our sleep is restful and our...
It’s hard not to think of Elvis and the song “Viva Las Vegas” when talking about the vagus nerve. You can think of the vagus nerve as the “Strip”, a road that connects the brain to digestive system. You may be able to improve IBS symptoms by activating...
You may know that regular exercise is beneficial for cardiovascular health, mental health, bone and muscle health, and helps to maintain a healthy weight. But did you know that exercise can help (or harm) if you have IBS, SIBO, or acid reflux? How Can Exercise...
This video details how you can support your immune health, not just during the COVID-19 pandemic, but all year-round. We provide you with simple, natural and evidenced-based ways to support your immune health with special considerations for those with IBS or SIBO on a Low-FODMAP diet.
Many of our nutrition clients are surprised that we spend quite a bit of time addressing other aspects of our life besides food. But here’s the deal… it’s quite possible that there are other factors contributing to your symptoms of IBS, SIBO or acid reflux that have nothing to do with food.
As integrative nutritionists, we consider health from a whole-body point of view. This means we consider all factors that affect your health. Of course, we consider food but we also look at lifestyle factors such as stress, exercise, and sleep, as well. Many of our clients experience digestive symptoms more so because one of these areas is imbalanced. When this happens, it’s easy to blame food. But what if food wasn’t always the culprit?
Learn about the role of fiber in the digestive tract and how you much need if you have IBS.
Learn more about how to determine if you have a wheat allergy, a gluten sensitivity or Celiac disease.
Learn how physical therapy can help with acid reflux, IBS, SIBO, and chronic constipation.