A recent study out of Yale examined how one particular infection can trigger autoimmunity.
“Bacteria found in the small intestines of mice and humans can travel to other organs and trigger an autoimmune response, read more here.”
Our standard testing protocol at San Francisco Integrative Medicine goes far beyond testing for just this bacteria identified in the study. The medical scientific community has now identified multiple infections related to autoimmunity, as well as ratios of healthy bacteria that when disrupted to trigger our own immune systems to attack us.
In order to reverse and heal autoimmune disease the pathogenic infections need to be identified, cleared without disturbing normal flora, and a healthy biome supported.
If you would like to take action on your autoimmune condition, schedule a phone consult to discuss your unique situation.
Dr. Bezjak and Dr. Korian
What Can Cause Bloating
First off its a good reminder that the fact that we eat food and have abdominal organs could alone be the reason bloating occurs. It's not normal to have a completely flat abdomen all day long while you're nourishing yourself properly with enough calories to sustain good health.
A Few Daily Reasons Bloating Can Occur - If you notice that you get bloated after eating make sure you double down on these factors before jumping to any health conclusions.
The only REAL way to know if any of those factors are true for you is to work with a practitioner for educated insight and testing. (Pssst - Dr. Bezjak specializes in this!)
Easy Steps to Reduce Bloating
If you still need some help and guidance after implementing these tips, book a 15 min complimentary phone consult to see how functional medicine can address bloating and other digestive complaints
Good and Bad Cholesterol