Reneé S. Barasch, LDHS, Certified Digestive Health Specialist, is now exclusively at ADIO Chiropractic Clinic in LIbertyville; teaming up with Dr. Danny McLane at 316 Peterson Road.
Certified Digestive Health Specialist Reneé Barasch, the “Tummy Whisperer”, will speak about how to make the connections between specific foods, digestion and health at the Mark Drugs monthly Lunch and Learn event from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on July 27. She says, “I’m committed to helping you feel better and educating you about the possible root causes of your discomfort, not just managing the symptoms.”
A gut ‘reset’ can help you to effectively and efficiently digest food, reduce inflammation, and regulate the processing and digestion of food and the elimination of waste.
Digestive health is dependent on a number of factors, but it is both detoxification and real nutrition. I tell my clients that ideally, they are looking to digest, absorb, transport, utilize and eliminate the cellular waste that’s put into the bodies.
I was interviewed by Ben Joravsky on Chicago’s Progressive Talk Radio station. Take a listen!
If we are eating a healthy diet, but still have digestive issues, it might be time to examine how well our internal plumbing is working and see what’s going on in there.
Something that sounds healthy, like a piece of organic whole wheat bread, could cause inflammation. Much of the food we eat is overprocessed, and our bodies don’t recognize the original ingredients.
Most of Barasch’s clients have long suffered, but not found relief, despite negative or inconclusive examinations. Her approach is different, and does not involve endoscopy or high-tech hospital tests.