October 2006 | Gastrointestinal

Tolle Totem
Celiac: Not Just a GI Disease
Christine Doherty, ND

Docere
Melatonin and the Gut: The Untold Connection
Ron Mariotti, ND and Eric Yarnell, ND, RH (AHG)

Vis Medicatrix Naturae
The Far-Reaching Benefits of Colonic Hydrotherapy
Gaia Mather, ND
Colonic equipment has several advantages over the simple enema bag.

Treatment of UC: A Case Study
Anne Kelty, ND
Fear over colon removal brings patient to naturopathic medicine.

Primum Non Nocere
Antibiotics, Superbugs and ‘First, Do No Harm’
Tom Ballard, ND
Naturopathic physicians must seek answers to the questions of why, when and how to prescribe antibiotics.

Hypochlorhydria and Dementia
Gene Bowman, ND
Part 1 of this two-part series focuses on GI pH, micronutrients and gut flora.

Tolle Causam
Candida and Proteolytic Enzyme Therapy
Tara Levy, ND
Additional available tools can help shorten the road for treating candida overgrowth and co-infections.

Extra-GI Manifestations of Parasites…
Eugene R. Zampieron, ND MH(AHG) and Ellen Kamhi, PhD, RN
…and their link to autoimmune arthritides.

Similar Thought
My Gut Reaction
Joe Kellerstein, DC, ND
One week later, at the follow-up visit, the patient reported being asymptomatic within three days – no pain, no diarrhea, no mucus.

Botanical Insights
The Neuroenteric Hypothesis for the Action of Herbal Medicines
Eric Yarnell, ND, RH(AHG)
Many systematic actions of herbs may be the direct result of effects of those herbs in the gut.

The Green Corner
Discussing the Impacts of Environmental Contaminants on Human Health
Mitch Kennedy, ND
Decreased testosterone in workers exposed to phthalates; warning about homes built on old orchards.

Naturopathic News
Find Out What’s Happening in the Naturopathic Medical Community

Aromatherapeutics
Aromatherapy for Abdominal Pain
Shaida Sina, ND
Aromatic therapies and energetic medicine combine.

Education
Flexner’s Impact on the Naturopathic Community
David Schleich, PhD
Medical historians describe the final dominant positioning of biomedical practitioners as growing directly from Flexner’s work.

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