Stool Test To Assess Gut Function From A Root Cause – Diagnostic Solution Labs GI MAP Podcast #389 In this podcast, Dr. Justin Martini interviews Kat Simmons, a dietitian with a background in functional medicine who works for GI MAP Diagnostic Solution Lab. They discuss the importance of stool testing for assessing gut health, microbiota imbalances, and root... Read More
Unraveling Thyroid Health and Lab Testing with Dave Korsunsky | Podcast #388 Welcome to the Data Driven Health Podcast, where we discuss thyroid health and lab testing with Dave Korsunsky, founder of Heads Up Health. In this episode, we explore the importance of thyroid function, key lab tests, and factors affecting thyroid... Read More
The Functional Medicine Approach to Hypothyroidism Functional medicine has emerged as an innovative approach to healthcare, focusing on addressing the root cause of disease rather than simply treating symptoms. In the context of thyroid health, functional medicine offers a comprehensive approach to understanding and treating hypothyroidism.... Read More
Best Way To Track Your Blood Glucose, Glucose Peptides, Biometric Data & Functional Medicine Tests | Podcast #387 In this video, Dr. Justin and David Korsunsky from Heads Up Health discuss the importance of tracking biometric data, blood glucose, functional medicine tests, and other health-related data. They highlight the challenges of consolidating and monitoring this data and how... Read More
Post Viral Illness Hair Loss – Hair Loss After Getting Sick | Podcast #386 In this live discussion between Dr. J and Evan Brand, they explore the topic of hair loss, mainly focusing on post-viral illness and acute stressors. They highlight the significant link between viral illness and hair shedding, explaining that nutrient deficiencies,... Read More
Powerful Tools to Help Release Your Past Trauma with Daniel Hill | Podcast #385 In this video, Dr. Justin and Daniel Hill discuss addressing past traumas and emotional stress beyond conventional talk therapy. They emphasize the importance of addressing the psychological and emotional aspects of trauma. Daniel, a clinical hypnotherapist, explains that while talk... Read More
Using prokinetics to improve your gut health and SIBO symptoms Living with Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) can be challenging, mainly when dealing with many gut-related symptoms. The combination of antibiotics and prokinetics is occasionally presented as a simple solution for SIBO. However, addressing gut-related health issues usually requires more... Read More
Mold and Mycotoxins: Undetected Dangers Molds are fungi that can grow on almost any surface, including food, plants, and even in your home. While not all molds produce toxins, those that do can harm your health. Mycotoxins are toxic compounds produced by molds, which can... Read More
The Gut Histamine Connection | Podcast #384 Dr. Justin and Evan Brand discuss the gut-histamine connection in this video. They point out that many patients with digestive issues, skin problems, mood issues, and fatigue often have sensitivities to histamine-rich foods. They suggest focusing on root causes, such... Read More
Gluten Sensitivity: Understanding the Condition, Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment Gluten sensitivity is a common issue affecting millions worldwide. As a gluten-sensitive and vegan person, it's essential to understand how gluten affects your body and how you can manage your condition effectively. This blog post aims to provide a comprehensive... Read More
10 Enzyme-Rich Foods to Add to Your Diet for Better Digestion and Health 10 Enzyme-Rich Foods to Add to Your Diet for Better Digestion and Health Enzymes play a crucial role in breaking down food and making nutrients available for absorption, which can help reduce symptoms like bloating gas and indigestion. Adding enzyme-rich... Read More
H Pylori: How to Identify the Signs and Get the Right Treatment H. pylori infection: what is it? H. pylori (Helicobacter pylori) infection is a bacterial infection affecting the stomach lining. This bacterium is commonly found in the digestive tract and is estimated to infect nearly half of the world's population. The... Read More