Blood Test Lab – Naturopath Toronto Clinic (416) 922-4114

Our clinic offers a wide variety of functional medicine testing methods to comprehensively assess your health. By applying the principles of functional medicine, our health care providers analyze the body as a “whole system.” We do not merely focus on the symptoms of patients, we also emphasize on treating the causes. Each patient’s health concerns will be listened to in full detail. Discussions on family health history will occur, as well as how genes, lifestyle, diet, and environmental surroundings effect chronic disease development and long-term health.

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About our Metabolic Reset Detoxification Program

Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND, a Toronto Naturopathic doctor, has designed the Metabolic Reset Detoxification program to encourage the body to find its balance. This program incorporates a healthy diet with natural supplements and a recommended sensible daily regime, such as rest, meditation and good old fashion “quiet time.”


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Types of IV therapy Infusion Toronto

Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre offers various types of IV therapy infusion at our Toronto drip clinic. One of the IV therapy is the Pre and Post Surgical Drip.

The Pre- and Post-Surgical Drip may contribute to revitalizing your body with nutrients and fluids. It may help heal lesions, develop new tissue, and support the immune system. This IV treatment is blended with amino acids and vitamin C, which is essential for the body for constructing collagen.

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Metabolic Detoxification Toronto – Naturopath Toronto Practitioner

At Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre, we have designed the Metabolic Reset Detoxification program, which encourages you to:

– Establish your health and wellness objectives
– Boost food and nutrition goals
– Support your energy levels and metabolism
– Step up your body’s natural metabolic detoxification

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Lyme Disease Integrative Treatment in Toronto – Naturopath Toronto Dr. Amauri Caversan ND – (416) 922-4114

What is Lyme Disease?

Lyme disease is an infection that spreads from tick bites to humans. As an inflammatory infection, Lyme disease is controversial in the medical world with respect to testing and treatment methods.

Currently, Lyme disease is under-reported. As verified by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, in the U.S. alone, there are about 300,000 reported cases each year.

Contact the Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre about Lyme disease therapyoffered at the Toronto wellness clinic.


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NAD+ IV Therapy Toronto ON – Naturopath Toronto – (416) 922-4114

It’s possible to replenish our NAD+ levels; this may help us tackle various health conditions, including age-related changes, fatigue, inflammation, and more.

Call us at (416) 922-4114 and our IV therapy service provider may help answer questions and concerns you may have about NAD IV therapy and other types.

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Chelation Therapy Heavy Metals Toronto – Naturopath Toronto Doctor Dr. Amauri Caversan ND

How Are We Exposed to Heavy Metals?

The answer is from air or water pollution, coated food containers, drinking water, food sources, industrial surroundings and second-hand cigarette smoke.

You’re also at risk of heavy metal poisoning when your occupation involves the use of heavy metals; when you inhale lead paint; eat fish from a mercury-laden area; or utilize herbal remedies that contain heavy metals.

Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre offers chelation therapy from heavy metals exposure. Contact the clinic at (416) 922-4114 for details.

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Functional Medicine Toronto – Naturopath Toronto – (416) 922-4114

Naturopathic practitioners take the time to listen to each patient’s health concerns in full detail. Discussions on family health history will occur and how genes, lifestyle, and environmental surroundings may affect chronic disease and long-term health. Therefore, one of the main goals of functional medicine is to understand what is not functional within one individual; not within a group of people with the same disease yet different family histories and ways of living.

For more information on functional medicine services in Toronto, contact Toronto Naturopath Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND of the Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre.


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TRT Near Me – Naturopath Toronto ON Doctor

At the Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre, our TRT program includes prescription management with multiple treatment options (topical compound creams, gels, pills, troches, capsules and/or injectable therapy by Arv Buttar, NP).

Contact Toronto Naturopath Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND for more details about this program. See more here: https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1d-bt74joWADw2loX21xfxqsSO7v_6Jfu4H-TUquOiX4/edit?usp=sharing


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IV Infusion Type Toronto Ontario

One of the IV infusion type offered at theDr. Amauri Wellness Centre is Anti-Aging IV Drip. This nutritional drip contains anti-inflammatory components known to help improve skin elasticity and encourage hair/nail growth. When this IV drip is administered routinely, some of the outcomes may include an improved complexion and additional support in wrinkles affiliated with aging.


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Natural Ways to Lose Body Weight – Naturopath Toronto Practitioner

Are you concerned about toxins in your body? Toxicology testing can identify the toxins present in your body. Toxicology testing may also establish the substances required to alleviate conditions linked to toxic burden. Contact Toronto Naturopath Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND of the Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre to learn more of the metabolic reset detoxification program of the clinic and how it may also aid in natural ways to lose bdy weight.


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IV Therapy Infusion Toronto ON (416) 922-4114

Are you in need of an IV therapy infusion clinic in the Toronto area? Contact us at Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre at (416) 922-4114. You may find our IV therapy Toronto clinic location with the map below.


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Chelation Therapy Clinic Near Me Toronto – Naturopath Toronto – (416) 922-4114

When your soft tissues absorb too much of a certain metal, you may experience heavy metal poisoning (or heavy metal toxicity). Arsenic, lead, cadmium, and mercury are metals that are commonly dangerous to humans at excessive levels. Chelation therapy may be able to help you.

Naturopathic doctor, Dr. Amauri Caversan ND, is working with Arv Buttar, NP to offer a fully integrative and functional medicine program for heavy metal detoxification. Visit the chelation therapy clinic in Toronto for more details.


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NAD IV Therapy Clinic in Toronto ON Canada

When it comes to addiction recovery, the 12-step program may be a popular choice among many people. At the Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre, a NAD Neuro Recovery Program was created to help assist the body in restoring neuroreceptor function to an optimal level and help diminish cravings for addictive substances, improve memory, mood and energy.

For more information, contact IV therapy Toronto service provider Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND at (416) 922-4114. He has partnered with Arv Buttar, NP in offering this type of service at his clinic.


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IV Vitamin Infusion Clinic – Naturopath Toronto ON Doctor

IV vitamin infusion frequently asked questions found here at one of our clinic’s resource material: https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1mcrkRiMoeN1uU1hz-rDhQtDO-pBkQkl6z5dqBI8wRv0/edit?usp=sharing

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Naturopathic Treatment Leaky Gut Toronto

We, the Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre, a naturopathic clinic in Toronto, Ontario, has announced that we have recently posted on our website an article on the connection between leaky gut syndrome and the functioning of the central nervous system (CNS). The article points out that maintaining a healthy gut may have a direct positive impact on a person’s mental health and overall wellness. The article explains that the communication between the brain and gut is “bidirectional,” which means that if there is stress on the brain, whether physical or mental, this affects the functioning of the gut. On the other hand, when there is disparity within the environment of the gut, this may cause changes in behaviour or neurology, thus, affecting the brain.

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Naturopathic Medical Clinic – Naturopath Toronto ON Doctor

At the Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre, a naturopathic medical clinic in Toronto, we create a comprehensive and personalized anti-aging program with continuous monitoring. Adjustments to your medications and nutritional therapy are also often necessary. We schedule regular lab work and regularly review your progress. This is part of our anti-aging program.

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Custom IV Drip Toronto Ontario

Personalized IV drips help maximize your well-being. When you have an engaging relationship with your naturopathic doctor, more is understood about your health; this means there is more knowledge and recommendations your naturopathic doctor can share with you to improve your well-being.

If you want to know more about our custom IV drip therapy at our Toronto clinic, contact us at (416) 922-4114!


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The Connection Between Leaky Gut and Leaky Brain

Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre, a naturopathic clinic in Toronto, Ontario, has announced that they have recently posted on their website an article on the connection between leaky gut syndrome and the functioning of the central nervous system (CNS). The article points out that maintaining a healthy gut may have a direct positive impact on a person’s mental health and overall wellness. The article explains that the communication between the brain and gut is “bidirectional,” which means that if there is stress on the brain, whether physical or mental, this affects the functioning of the gut. On the other hand, when there is disparity within the environment of the gut, this may cause changes in behaviour or neurology, thus, affecting the brain.

The gastrointestinal system has its own nervous system, which is the enteric nervous system. Within this system, in combination with the vagus nerve and other pathways, the gut is able to communicate with the brain. The microorganisms that are found in the intestines also have a part in the health and function of the nervous system. The digestive system also has a role in the protection of the body against harmful substances. The walls of intestines function as barriers, thus regulating what enters into the bloodstream that will be transported to other parts of the body.

Functional medicine for leaky gut syndrome

When oxidative stress happens, inflammation may occur. Additionally, a diet that is low in fibre and high in sugar and saturated fats, may also trigger inflammation. Excessive stress and heavy drinking of alcoholic beverages may damage this intestinal barrier. When this happens, the tight junctions that are found in between the epithelial cells of the intestinal wall open up, and substances that usually stay in the intestine and are usually excreted from the body, can cross from the intestines to the bloodstream. This is known as a leaky gut.

Because of the substances crossing over to the bloodstream through a leaky gut, the immune system reacts by releasing inflammatory mediators against those substances that can include bacteria, toxins, and undigested food particles. This can initiate more immune responses resulting in more inflammation and allergic responses, that in turn, further increases the permeability of the intestines, with the result that the nervous system is affected, causing mood and behaviour changes.

Those who suffer from leaky gut syndrome often experience pain in various joints. They may also suffer from chronic conditions, such as diarrhea, abdominal pain, depression, fatigue, skin problems, and/or malaise. The neurovasculature may become damaged in people with leaky gut syndrome. The immune system tries to counteract these harmful pathogens and this results in inflammation. Chronic inflammation may eventually result in the loss of brain cells. This malfunctioning of the blood-brain barrier is called “leaky brain” and may be related to several neurological conditions, such as anxiety and low mood.

In fact, studies have shown that changes in the composition of the gut microbiome may be connected with brain health, including depression, anxiety, and various neurological conditions. Thus, when gut health is improved, brain health and mental health are also improved. Proper diet choices can help in improving gut health by increasing microbiota diversity. Those who ate high amounts of carbohydrates and sugary drinks, or are suffering from irritable bowel syndrome were found to have lesser gut microorganism diversity. On the other hand, microbial diversity increased when study participants eat more high-fibre fruits and vegetables. Eating foods and drinks with high levels of polyphenols (i.e. hazelnuts, berries, grapes, dark chocolate and raw cocoa) were also found to enhance microbial diversity.

It should be noted that the Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre takes a functional medicine approach in managing leaky gut syndrome. Functional medicine considers each body as a “complete system.” Because it focuses on treating the cause over symptoms, each patient is provided with a personalized approach to enhance their vitality and achieve optimal health. Functional medicine in Toronto as provided by the Dr Amauri Wellness Centre, is based on understanding what is not functioning properly for each individual and not within a group of people with the same disease, If you want to improve your gut and brain health, our naturopathic doctor can create a treatment protocol that caters to your personal health needs.

Those who are looking for a naturopathic medicine centre in Toronto, Ontario, may want to check out the Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre website, or contact them on the telephone, or through email.


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IV Vitamin Infusion Clinic – Naturopath Toronto – (416) 922-4114

Do you have questions about IV vitamin infusion therapy? Contact Toronto IV drip clinic Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre and get your questions answered. Head IV therapy service provider Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND is ready to assist you.

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Testosterone Replacement Therapy Clinic Toronto – Naturopath Toronto Clinic (416) 922-4114

Testosterone replacement therapy may help relieve these symptoms by:
– Boosting energy
– Intensifying libido
– Building stronger bones and muscles
– Increasing lean body mass
– Improving workouts and cardiovascular endurance
– Sharpening memory
– Elevating mood

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You may also call our Testosterone Replacement Therapy Clinic in Toronto at (416) 922-4114 and speak with Toronto Naturopath Dr. Amauri Caversan ND if you need more assistance.


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IV Clinic Toronto Resources

Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre is one of the many IV clinic in the city of Toronto, Ontario. Schedule a meeting with our IV therapy service provider Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND if you want to know more about various types of IV infusion available at he clinic.


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Detox in Ontario – Naturopath Toronto Clinic (416) 922-4114

Good habits can minimize your intake and uptake of toxic metals. Avoiding food grown with pesticides and artificial fertilizers, and limiting your consumption of fish known to contain higher levels of mercury are an excellent beginning.

Toxicology testing can identify the toxins present in your body and also establish the substances required to alleviate toxic conditions linked to toxic burden.

ContactToronto Naturopath Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND, to assist you with a detox program. Call (416) 922-4114 today!

 


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IV Therapy For Recovery

Heat-related conditions occur during endurance races such as a marathon or a triathlon. Symptoms may include dizziness, dry mouth, headaches, weakness, dark coloured urine, to mention a few.

“If heat illness progresses, more serious symptoms such as difficulty breathing, body temperature increasing to dangerous levels, muscle cramps, nausea, and tingling of the limbs—and even death—may occur.”” – Source: StopSportsInjuries.Org

Some athletes use IV hydration as part of their post-race recovery therapy regimen. You may contact Dr. Amauri Caversan ND for more information about IV hydration and other types of vitamin iv therapies offered at the Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre.

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Dr. Amauri Caversan ND – Naturopath Doctor in Toronto

Dr. Amauri is a naturopathic doctor in Toronto, ON who is regularly asked to share his knowledge at integrative medicine seminars; he discusses topics about detoxification, anti-aging, IV therapy, environmental medicine and chronic disease prevention.

You can find Dr. Amauri Caversan ND at his wellness centre.


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IV Vitamin Infusion Therapy Near Me – Naturopath Toronto ON Doctor

One of the questions we often get is that are there any side effects for IV therapy?

Generally, IV therapy is a safe treatment. Most side effects are limited to possible bruising at site of needle insertion (although not common) and in rare cases may feel dizziness. Patients are encouraged to eat before coming in for IV treatments to avoid light headedness due to low blood sugar.

You may find more information about our iv therapy services by checking one of our dramaurinaturopath.com resources.


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Functional Medicine Doctor Near Me Toronto Clinic (416) 922-4114

Functional Medicine is an individual experience for each patient because biology and lifestyle are taken into consideration. With that, functional medicine is not geared towards diseases per se; rather it focuses on the patient as a “whole person.” This is why functional medicine has an approach known as “patient-centered.” Functional medicine consists of practitioners and patients working together to tackle the causes of disease. When the patient becomes educated on how their body works, this may trigger a drive to follow through health plans.

Contact our Naturopathic doctor in Toronto, Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND, for more details.


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NAD IV Therapy Near Me Toronto ON – Naturopath Toronto ON Doctor

How do you replenish NAD+? You may encourage the body to regain NAD+ via sublingual or nasal intake, oral NAD precursors supplements, and/or IV therapy.

The Dr. Amauri Wellness Centre headed by Nauropath Dr. Amauri Caversan, ND, offers NAD IV therapy at our Toronto drip lounge. See here for info: https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/16Lf1hdloVFWo5riwR_h_tCVRkhX_b5gxQB7flRL3t0Y/edit?usp=sharing


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Leaky Gut and Leaky Brain: What’s the Link?

We’ve all had those moments when we just can’t think clearly.

Maybe we can’t focus. We’re forgetting things. Our mood may shift up and down erratically. We may even feel anxious and don’t understand why.

While these may be symptoms of cognitive impairment or changes to our mental state, they could also be due to hypothyroidism, chronic fatigue, hormonal changes, stress, and even a lack of sleep.

However, these neurological changes may also be due to the poor status of our gut microbiota – and poor gut microbiota may be more common than we think.

Gut microbiota consists of microorganisms that contribute to stabilizing our health and fighting diseases. Studies have linked a healthy gut function to the normal functioning of the central nervous system (CNS); in fact, microbiomes of the gastrointestinal tract help control very integral segments of our neurobiology, mental, behavioural, and overall health (including immune function, memory, depression, mood disruption, and anxiety). Abnormal behaviour and cognition may be connected to dysbiosis, which is when your microbial composition is disrupted from poor gut health.

Truly, there is ongoing communication between the gut and brain. And when this communication is disturbed, it can cause physical and physiological imbalances. This may happen when someone suffers from leaky gut syndrome.

Understanding Leaky Gut Syndrome and the Brain

Before we delve into leaky gut syndrome, let’s quickly understand the brain-gut communication, which is “bi-directional.” What this means is that when there’s stress on the brain (either physical or mental stress), this impacts the function of our gut. And when there’s disparity within the environment of our gut, this can cause changes in our behaviour or neurology, impacting the brain.

The gastrointestinal system houses its own nervous system called the enteric nervous system. It’s believed that within this system, combined with the vagus nerve and other pathways, the gut communicates with the brain.

The microorganisms in our intestines partake in nervous system health and function. Additionally, the digestive system helps protect your body from harmful substances. The walls of the intestines act as barriers, controlling what enters the bloodstream to be transported to other parts of the body for storage or further chemical change.

However, inflammation resulting from oxidative stress, and a diet low in fibre and high in sugar and saturated fats diet, may initiate this process; heavy alcohol use and excessive stress may also cause damage to the intestinal barrier. With that, the tight junctions between the epithelial cells that make up the intestinal wall open up. Substances that would normally stay in the intestine or become excreted by the body can cross into the inner layer of our intestinal wall and our bloodstream. And so the intestine becomes more permeable; it is “leaky” and bigger particles can pass through.

As a result, the immune system may be stimulated to release inflammatory mediators against these substances that are “crossing over”. These potentially unsafe substances include toxins, bacteria, and undigested particles from the food we’ve eaten. This process can trigger more inflammation and allergic responses, and further increase intestinal permeability; changes may result in our nervous system and possibly mood and behaviour malfunction.

People with leaky gut syndrome may experience pain in multiple joints, or chronic conditions such as those relating to the skin, diarrhea or abdominal pain, fatigue, depression, and/or body malaise. When leaky gut syndrome occurs, neurological changes may arise because your neurovasculature becomes compromised. As an essential component of the brain, the neurovasculature’s goal is to limit the blood-brain barrier absorbency; it counteracts harmful pathogens from entering the brain, where they trigger inflammation. This chronic inflammation can eventually lead to the loss of brain cells, which is why your neurovasculature must remain optimally healthy.

Hence, a dysfunction of the blood-brain barrier (also known as “leaky brain”) may be connected to various neurological conditions like low mood and anxiety. Studies are demonstrating that changes in gut microbiome composition may be associated with brain health, including anxiety and depression and certain neurological conditions.

Exploring Gut Microbiome and Health Conditions

Within the human gastrointestinal tract, the gut microbiota contains an ecosystem with trillions of microorganisms. This is primarily home to bacteria, but you’ll also find archaea, fungi, viruses and protozoa. Research has shown that gut microbiome may impact the physiology of its “human host”, which includes regulating immunity and metabolic homeostasis.

The microorganisms influence the progression of chronic diseases, such as gastrointestinal and metabolic disorders. When you metabolize tryptophan, an essential amino acid, this is also mediated by your gut microbiome; in turn, your gut microbiome may modulate serotonin, the neurotransmitter known for inducing a sense of happiness. (In fact, gut microbes also synthesize GABA, dopamine, acetylcholine and noradrenaline.) This is where you’ll find an interaction between brain-gut microbiota. Let’s consider this interaction to see how gut health may play a role in a few health conditions:

Serotonin, Depression and Anxiety:

Did you know that the highest amount of serotonin is located in the gut? Serotonin participates in regulating pain perception, as well as gastrointestinal secretion and motility. In fact, gut microorganisms can generate serotonin and modulate serotonin biosynthesis. Serotonin has many responsibilities, including adapting your mood, sleep, memory, sexual cravings, and such. Those with leaky gut syndrome may produce less serotonin in the gut, which has shown to contribute to conditions associated with low serotonin levels (i.e. depression and anxiety).

Dopamine and Parkinson’s Disease:

Increased gut permeability and gut microbiota changes are being studied as a contributing cause, pathway and treatment of diseases of the nervous system, including Parkinson disease (PD). It’s been postulated that the presynaptic neuronal protein, called alpha-synuclein, malfunctions and is linked to PD. Studies have suggested that this protein travels from the gut, through the vagus nerve and to the brain, physically misfolding and transmitting its unusual shape onto normal variants of the same protein. (FYI: gastrointestinal symptoms (i.e. constipation), leaky gut syndrome and distorted gut microbiota have been present for several years in PD patients before the condition’s clinical onset).

Studies have also shown a correlation between increased intestinal permeability and intestinal alpha-synuclein (a known PD precursor), implying a likely link between inflammation and leaky gut in the development of PD. Alpha-synuclein deposition plays an imperative role in the neurodegenerative process because this specific protein deposition causes toxicity to the neurons.

Parkinson’s is instigated by the death of dopaminergic neurons, which begins when there’s an alpha-synucleian disruption to cellular functions. These “disruptions” occur in brain regions related to coordinating movement. Signals that are propelled down the spinal cord are key for regulating muscle contraction; but when there is damage to this part of the brain, signalling is compromised and may trigger the physical symptoms of PD (i.e. tremors on one hand, stiffness). Dopamine production, especially in the gut, is thought to be disrupted by the alpha-synuclein deposition; this is why restoring gut microbiome may modify the neurodegenerative process of Parkinson’s.

Causes of Leaky Gut Syndrome

As we mentioned, dysbiosis (or poor gut health) is a contributing factor behind leaky gut syndrome. The gut holds countless bacteria, and when the balance between beneficial and harmful bacteria is interrupted, it can disturb the functioning of the intestinal wall’s barrier. The following are other likely contributing factors to leaky gut syndrome:

  • Excessive sugar intake: an unhealthy diet high in sugar, especially fructose, can harm the barrier function of the intestinal wall.
  • Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS): in particular, using NSAIDs (i.e. ibuprofen) on a long-term basis can increase intestinal absorbency.
  • Excessively drinking alcoholic beverages: can increase intestinal permeability.
  • Nutrient deficiencies: deficiencies in vitamin A, vitamin D and zinc have been related to increased intestinal permeability.
  • Inflammation: a disturbed gut lining can trigger inflammation and alter the normal bacteria in your gut.
  • Stress: chronic stress may be behind many gastrointestinal disorders, including leaky gut.
  • Yeast overgrowth: yeast is naturally found in the gut, but too much yeast may cause leaky gut syndrome.
  • Celiac disease: gliadin, a protein component of gluten, may jeopardize gut structure.

 


How Can You Improve Gut Health?

There are some ways you can help your body reach optimal gut health. For instance, your diet choices can increase or decrease the microbiota diversity in the gut. According to a Dutch study of 1135 participants, researchers identified links between various gut microbiota levels (i.e. symbiotic, pathogenic) with 126 environmental factors. Diet, disease, and the use of medication were some of the environmental factors related to gut microbiota levels. The measurement of microbiota diversity decreased when participants ate high amounts of carbohydrates, sugary drinks, beer, bread, savoury snacks, and, to a minor extent, high fat consumption, dry seeds, and legumes. In the study, gut microorganism diversity was also lessened in individuals who reportedly had irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and used antibiotics.

However, microbial diversity augmented when study participants had more coffee, fruit, vegetables, and red wine; tea and eating breakfast were also shown to improve microbial diversity. Drinking red wine was related to a high amount of microbiota that are known to be anti-inflammatory. This is understandable, as red wine, coffee, and tea, are high in polyphenols, which are compounds that help increase prebiotics (a type of fiber that helps support a healthy gut) and promote the growth of beneficial bacteria.

Bottom line: consider increasing your fibre intake and eat high-fibre fruits and vegetables. Opt for foods and drinks with high levels of polyphenols (i.e. hazelnuts, berries, grapes, dark chocolate, raw cocoa, red wine, and coffee). Note: one glass of wine or one cup of coffee per day may suffice for optimal gut health.

You May Also Try These Tips to Improve Gut Health

  1. Remove inflammation triggers to help rebuild gut health (i.e. reduce your sugar intake, identify food sensitivities, treat yeast overgrowth, etc.). Refraining from the following may also positively effect gut microbiota: high amounts of carbohydrates, sugary drinks, beer, bread, savoury snacks, dry seeds, and legumes and excessive use of antibiotics.
  2. Discuss nutraceutical support with your health care provider to help rebuild your digestive health. This may contribute to correcting any nutritional deficiencies while enhancing gut health.
  3. Consider supplementing with prebiotics / probiotics. These have the ability to restore normal microbial balance and may have potential in treating/preventing anxiety and depression.
  4. Eat more fermented foods because they will help promote healthy bacteria in your gut. Natural sources of fermented foods include yogurt, kefir, or sauerkraut, kimchi, miso and tempeh.
  5. 5. De-stress yourself. If stress is causing poor digestion, make sure you get regular physical activity, such as walking and/or running. Yoga, which focuses on alignment and posture, may also alleviate gastrointestinal symptoms and alleviate stress.
  6. Remove pathogens. Pathogens can create intestinal discomfort and increase gutpermeability. Pathogens can harm your intestinal health and disrupt gut structure, too. With that, ask your health care provider about being tested for identifying and eliminating pathogens. Stool testing may also provide insight into the microogranisms of your gut, which may help evaluate the status of beneficial and pathogenic microorganisms in your gut (i.e. bacteria, parasites and yeast.)

 

Harnessing Optimal Gut Health

As we’ve learned, the gut and brain effectively correspond through pathways via bi-directional communication. When there is an imbalance with this communication, gastrointestinal and mental obstacles may occur. Research is showing that maintaining a healthy gut may be a way to achieve both physical and mental wellness.

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Glutathione IV

Glutathione IV may aid in the progression of Parkinson’s disease according to the article “The Detox Drip with Glutathione: A New Approach to Healing From Chronic Illness” by Michelle Alpert, D.O. See more here: https://sites.google.com/view/dramauricaversan-naturopath/iv-therapy-toronto/glutathione-iv

You can also contact our Toronto IV therapy service provider Dr. Amauri Caversan ND for details on glutathione IV offered at our clinic.


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Natural Body Cleanse Diet to Lose Weight – Naturopath Toronto Clinic (416) 922-4114

Metal toxicity poses a potential risk to optimal health. Cadmium, lead, arsenic and mercury may cause damage to the brain and peripheral nervous system, especially in children. According to the advocacy organization Environmental Defense, toxic metals pose a great environmental health problem today. Widely used in industry, food processing, and agriculture, toxic metals may find their way into our bodies through normal daily activity.

Know more about natural body cleanse as a way to help with losing weight. Read here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScWo2-rmQ8Y-78yvAWrhgKzyFv529ZkxmGOKBnXtuuDx63o0g/viewform


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Toronto, ON M5R 2A5
(416) 922-4114
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IV Vitamin Therapy

Do you always feel under the weather? Colds and flu are your bodies’ telltale sign that you have a compromised health. If not addressed right away can lead to more serious conditions.

Find out how IV vitamin therapy may help you recover and achieve optimum health. See more here:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Cl99ogGJQHRDgUnuZRMqNP2Ck8vTzgI_


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Natural Anti Inflammatory Medicine Toronto – Naturopath Toronto Clinic (416) 922-4114

Eating a healthy anti-inflammatory diet is a good way to control inflammation, but natural anti-inflammatory supplements may provide some crucial additional benefits. Supplements help assist the body to reduce inflammation and often provide effective relief so we can get on the right track and keep moving forward.

Want more helpful information on natural anti inflammatory medicine? You may contact our Naturopathic Doctor, Dr. Amauri Caversan ND, or check out one of our resources here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf20_lsKog0Y3b3dapID-7yXEqGSTF5TGVulgzN2tKHa6Te0A/viewform


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Vitamin Infusion IV Drip Near Me – Naturopath Toronto Clinic (416) 922-4114

A Naturopathic doctor may decide to do 1 vitamin infusion IV drip per week for 6 weeks as an initial assessment. After this window of treatm...