We believe that health (or illness) begins in the digestive tract.
Our goal is to identify the root cause of digestive issues and treat them naturally with diet, supplements, colon hydrotherapy and manual lymphatic drainage.
Let's heal your gut together!
We are open for colonics Monday through Friday. Consultations are being done via telemedicine and in person. We are wearing our masks, running air filters, disinfecting surfaces and limiting time in our waiting room throughout the day.
At Gut Harmony we work with our patients to develop diets, recipes and lifestyle changes that are feasible.
During your initial visit we will ask about your sleep, skin, mood, diet, digestion and medical history.
Diagnostic tests such food sensitivity, SIBO and microbiome are often used to identify the root cause of symptoms.
Supplements may be recommended in addition to dietary changes and healing treatments including colonics, cleanses, and lymphatic drainage.
Do you feel bloated after eating?
Do healthy foods make you feel even worse?
Do you feel tired, foggy headed & weak?
Do you work hard for each of your bowel movements?
Are antacids your best friend?
Can your gas clear a room?
Does your skin breakout?
Is your skin aging prematurely?
Do you feel great relief after getting colonics?
IBS & IBD
Chronic loose stool
Your gut may be the source of your skin issues.
Headaches & Migraines
Gas, bloating, burping, heartburn, constipation, loose stools and abdominal discomfort should not be part of your daily routine! They are symptoms of an imbalance in your gut that may be due to an infection, food sensitivity, or toxin overload.
Digestive issues aren't just annoying, they are telling us there is a deeper issue with our internal ecology. Considering how connected the gut is to the rest of the body, digestive imbalance is something to get to the root cause of.
When we're dealing with toxins and food waste, we're going to need a lot of immune cells - that's is why approximately 70% of our immune cells exist in the gut! Our microbiome helps identify invaders, sends immune cells to their proper locations and enhances their ability to fight infections.
Known as the second brain, the gut doesn't involve itself in complex thought but it does physically express our mood and emotions. We have all had "butterflies in our stomachs" or "gut feelings" that are evidence of the link between the gut and the brain. Researchers are also connecting depression with IBS, further connecting the dots between our microbiome and our mental health.
Hormones and the gut are intimately linked. We know that stress hormones cause a decrease in overall gastric and GI functioning, causing malabsorption of nutrients, slow down motility and the emptying of the colon.
Reversely, gut function affects hormones. Constipation worsens estrogen dominance because the body's natural detoxification process is what prevents the reabsorption of estrogen-like toxins into the bloodstream.
Melatonin, the “darkness hormone," is essential to sleep and a healthy sleep-wake cycle and also contributes to thriving gut health. Deficiencies in melatonin have been linked to increased permeability of the gut (leaky gut), increasingly associated with a range of diseases.
In addition to having positive mood effects (it’s often referred to as the “happy chemical”), serotonin also regulates the sleep-wake cycle. Though both are thought of as brain chemicals, serotonin and melatonin are found in much higher amounts in the gut.