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Complementary Therapies for Pain: Can They Replace Opioids?
Learn how complementary therapies for pain like acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can help people deal with chronic pain symptoms without opioids.
Living with IBS Mixed Type: Helpful Tips
Living with IBS mixed type presents a wide range of challenges. Learn how you can manage it more effectively with a combination of approaches and therapies.
Artificial Sweeteners and Gut Health: What You Need to Know
Artificial sweeteners and gut health may be related and causing your symptoms. Read the evidence and what it means for functional gut disorders like IBS.
Popular Herbs and Their Applications
An overview of just a few of the innumerable herbs and botanical medicines available worldwide today: ginger, rooibos, turmeric etc.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
People may seek cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) due to stress, grief, illness, and chronic pain. CBT is a way to reroute patterns to better face the difficult realities of life.
Dietitian or Nutritionist: Specialized Diets for Gut Health
If you have a gut issue, a dietitian or nutritionist can have a powerful positive impact on your symptoms and long-term outcomes.
Lifestyle Consultations and Gut Health
Gut health is complex. To address these problems, many people seek out lifestyle consultations to improve their symptoms and conditions.
Hydrotherapy: What it is and benefits for gut health
Gut issues can be complex. Hydrotherapy can be an effective tool in a holistic approach to chronic gut health issues.
Behavioral Therapy: GI Focused
There is strong evidence for the gut brain connection as well as for the effectiveness of behavioral therapy in improving gut health concerns.
Tui Na: How it can address pain
Tui na is a form of Chinese massage. It has some similarities to shiatsu or deep tissue, but many movements of its own.
LED Light Therapy: How it works and benefits for gut health
LED light therapy is a newer form of acupuncture using LEDs and lasers to bring about different effects within the body.
Gua Sha: Its uses for pain and other conditions
Gua sha, like acupuncture, can be used to combat pain and inflammation. It also targets acupuncture points but uses different mechanisms.
What Does a Metabolic Nutritionist or Dietitian Do?
Metabolic nutritionist or dietitians can help create diet plans adjusted to patients’ precise metabolic needs.