Gut dysbiosis is the imbalance of gut microbiota thus creating inflammation to the mucosa of the GI system ultimately causing weakened tissue of the wall of the intestine.  These weakened walls lead to leaking of toxins into the body.  These toxins cause an inflammatory process and over time will cause health issues like arthritis, headaches/migraines, impaired immunity, autoimmune disorders, fatigue, metabolic disorders, type 2 diabetes, neurocognitive disorders and much more.

Healing gut dysbiosis will require a lifestyle change in diet and nutrition.  However, a course of IV therapy including vitamin C, Complex B and minerals can quickly decrease inflammation allowing time for a change in lifestyle while feeling benefits of decreasing inflammatory stress. Benefits of IV nutrient therapy include improved pain, decreased fatigue, balance of hormones and sugar metabolism.

Nutrition that promotes gut symbiosis

  1. Mediterranean diet: rich in fats like olive oil and avocado, lean meats and lots of fresh vegetables.
  2. Inflammatory diet: free of the following; refined carbohydrates (white bread and pastries), fried foods, packaged foods with multiple chemicals, processed meats (deli meats, hot dogs) and artificial sweeteners, refined sugar