Part 1 of this Brain-Gut Connection was launched by Dr. Michael Gruttadauria's review on sports related concussions and his findings that link the health condition of the GUT with the symptomatology of the head impact injury (see part 1). To continue, imaging diagnostic specialist Dr. Robert Bard concurs with Dr. Gruttadauria's science by presenting current expanded studies on this very connection. This is recorded by the use of non-invasive imaging called elastography as well as the 3D doppler blood flow ultrasound. Recognizing the holistic and integrative physiology that comprises our very wellness confirms the link between latency symptoms of past concussions and other culprits to related illnesses that are prompted by metabolic reactions and biological data including antigens, antibodies, electrolytes, enzymes, inhibitors etc.
Have You Heard of the Term "YOUR SECOND BRAIN"?
Gut-Brain Axis: By Leslie Valle, MDSome of us don’t know that most of the symptoms we suffer can be reversed by resetting our gut. Brain fog, fatigue, mental health issues, mood swings, inflammation, short-term memory loss, neurodegenerative diseases, and cognition can result from an imbalance in our gut microbiome (gut bacteria).
The two-way biochemical communication that takes place between the gastrointestinal tract and the central nervous system, the gut-brain axis (GBA), is influenced by microbiota. For example, during a stressful event or exciting short-term event one might experience cramping, nausea, or even diarrhea.
This second brain (our gut), composed by immune, endocrine, and neuronal components, will alert when an imbalance (dysbiosis) in the gut microbiome has been identified. Constant microbiota fluctuations change our gastro intestinal terrain, and influence our judgment and well-being. For example, when our good bacteria are out of proportion with the bad bacteria in our gut, there is no production of anti-inflammatory antioxidants to help the body get over trauma. Thus, bad bacteria begin to flourish, releasing toxins and increasing inflammatory responses in our body which can circulate back through our blood and back to our brains.
After medical school, Dr. Valle focused on managing chronic disease starting with its links to poor nutrition and then introducing them into the world of energy frequencies. She explores and includes non-invasive modalities such as: frequency therapies (including biofeedback), PEMF, proper detoxification, nutritional guidance and binaural beats as needed. - visit: www.biomedlifesb.com
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