Dr Kan's leaky gut & auto-immune videos
Dr Peter Kan's specialty medical practice in Gilbert Arizona focuses on getting to the root cause of thyroid and other autoimmune conditions. His motivation for this was the multiple food allergies that his children suffered.
Over the last eight years, his office has helped thousands of frustrated and defeated clients regain their lives through nutrition, detoxification, and supplement support. Dr Peter Kan is board certified in integrative medicine, functional medicine, and chiropractic neurology.
You can learn more about Dr Kan and his specialist health topics and products at his website askdrkan.com Enjoy the three videos that follow (remember to bookmark this page and recommend it to friends).
(You can purchase his store products online. You can also visit your local health food store for their advice on diet and product supplements. I am always amazed at the health food store's knowledge and training...)
1. Dr Kan Leaky Gut and Brain Symptoms
Learn how leaky gut causes symptoms of brain inflammation!
Symptoms of brain inflammation include:-
- You drive and get tired and fall asleep at the wheel
- You read a book or watch TV, and you fall asleep
- You have brain fog and can't focus
- You forget your keys
- You have depression and anxiety
- You have memory loss
2. Dr Kan Neuro-metabolic gut repair programDr Kan shares a whiteboard diagram of how a leaky gut leads to and causes general inflammation in the body and then teaches how to heal a leaky gut. We do this by recognizing and fixing the problems of modern diet and lifestyle!
According to Dr Kan the first solution for leaky gut is not to get a doctor's pill (although it's worth getting a doctor's examination and advice to rule out other causes).
3. Dr. Peter Kan's Roadmap to Healing Autoimmune Diseases
- There are 120 named autoimmune diseases
- 50 million Americans have an autoimmune disease (about one in 7) - this makes it the most important major illness in the USA
- 22 million Americans have heart disease
- 9 million Americans have cancer
Irritible bowel syndrome is not a sexy subject - wheat free will help 50% or more
I've come out of the closet - I've got IBS and it's in remission. No wheat, A2 milk, and a minimum of packaged foods, also cold-pressed coconut and olive oils to replace some of the carbs. I'm feeling good and I'm 90% improved. You can improve too.
The commonest and most extensively evaluated functional bowel disorder is irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), with a reported global pooled prevalence of 11 per cent. The real figure in nations where processed and packaged food is the norm is closer to 15% which breaks down to 10% in men and 20% in women. Going wheat-free will help 50% or more of the cases. The following review articles are worth a close study. (Wish my doctor had told me about this)...