January 2008 | Gastrointestinal Health
Turmeric and Alzheimer’s Disease
Jacob Schor, ND
New research demonstrates that curcumin may play a valuable role in prevention of this disease.
Celiac Disease and Beyond: Gluten and the immune system
Christine Doherty, ND
Constipation: The Hidden Culprit
Gaia J. Mather, ND
Resolving difficult cases with naturopathic therapies.
Novel Options in GI Diagnostics
David M. Brady, ND, DC, CCN, DACBN
DNA detection of gut microbiota using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technology.
Total Digestive Repair
Carrie Louise Daenell, ND
Two treatment protocols for leaky gut syndrome and chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia.
Colon Reflorastation Therapy
Sharon Stills, ND and Victoria Bowmann, PhD
What it is, how it works, and some of its benefits.
Primum Non Nocere
Dicken Weatherby, ND
The gastric string test is a very safe and effective method of assessing stomach pH and can be performed quickly in-office.
Proton Pump Inhibitors: For Better or Worse?
Steven Sandberg-Lewis, ND
A discussion of the effects of PPIs on gastric secretion, duodenogastric reflux, GI adencocarcinoma, osseous health, and the risk for pneumonia.
Atropa belladonna: A Useful Medicinal Plant
Eric Yarnell, ND, RH(AHG) and Lauren Russel, ND
A review of its uses, pharmacology, dosing and safety.
The Digestive Tract
Joe Kellerstein, DC, ND
Meeting of the mind, body and more in the resolution of IBS.
What’s Happening in the Naturopathic Medical Community
Defining Our Medicine
David Schleich, PhD
A long and winding, necessary road, or where education meets the state.
Expanding Your Practice
The Writing Side of Your Profession and Practice: How to give written material the attention and respect it deserves.