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Dr. Carrie

Mesa, Arizona
Carrie Rittling is a licensed Naturopathic Medical Doctor in the state of Arizona. Her area of focus includes treating many childhood conditions including Adolescent Depression and Anxiety, Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders and Autism spectrum disorders.  Dr. Rittling’s approach can include interpretation of Neurotransmitter Testing, IgG Food Intolerance Testing and...
Communities: Vegan, Yoga, Gardening , ...

Comfy Tummy Patient Expert

United States
Living on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. The SCD promotes intestinal health through diet and successfully treats Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Diverticulitis, Celiac Disease, Cystic Fibrosis and Chronic Diarrhea
Communities: Digestive Health

ggb

Nyssa, Oregon
I am a widow who spent 13 years taking care of my very ill husband.  After he passed away in 2007 I started having lots of problems with diarrhea and colon problems.

karenmcole

California
I am a almost 41 year old mother of 2 - ages 19 and 17. I've lived with chronic diarrhea now for almost 11 years. I've been to 3 different Doctors, tried numerous medications, had a colonoscopy and tried a limited diet - all to no avail. Recently my daughter was watching a medical show and discovered Habba Syndrome. The information on the website is exactly my symptoms! Now I just need to find...

Dr. Lewis Cone

California
“I invite you to the Nutritional Healing Center.  Dr. Lewis Cone employs traditional Natural healing techniques including a broad range of  holistic-minded health care, holistic medicine, nutrition, diet therapy, Nutrition Response Testing, Natural Medicine, diet counseling, nutritional therapy, herbalist, Nutritionist, vitamin therapy, herbal medicine.  Nutritional...

Daughedpwd

California
The African mango, or irvingia gabonensis, is an edible fruit growing in the tropical rainforests of western Cameroon, and has been eaten locally as a food for hundreds of years. But it is the seeds or nuts of the fruit that are most highly prized for their medicinal properties, and are used to treat everything from yellow fever to diarrhea, and by hunters to give them increased energy and...

Panieoldeny

California
Fibra detox is a practical tactic to complement fibra detox reviews. Clearly what I have is a disapproval about this volition. It may be useful to provide a bleeding in the stomach and rectum, diarrhea, kidney stones, and can be used topically to treat burns and skin rashes, to treat. There are very few consumers who spend so much money for a product if they do not even know what's in the...

Melanie J. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven

Las Vegas, Nevada
Melanie R. Jordan, is a Health Coach, Food Makeover Specialist and Author of "Have Your Cheeseburger And Keep Your Health Too!"--where healthy eating achieved with favorite comfort foods is deliciously possible! Melanie is passionate about health and fitness and blogs at http://www.TheHealthyFoodReview.com. The Healthy Food Review is a very popular blog that regularly features...

Juliet J. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Rocky Mountain Foothills, Colorado
I'm a writer, a wife, a graduate student, a wanna be mother, and someone who never thought of herself as an activist, but maybe is, just a little. I blog about Intuitive Eating, which is helping me work through an eating disorder that has been with me most of my life. I no longer diet, nor do I advocate dieting - but I also believe we must take our own paths in life. My goal in blogging is to...

Jennifer aka Beautiful MInd Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook

Clearwater, Florida
I am a socially conscious, feminist, 33-year old, with a dry sense of humor, and a compassionate soul. I started my blog about my life with Schizophrenia long ago when I was in the middle of psychosis and not on any medication for it. Now, I have been receiving proper medical treatment for this biological illness for a few years, and I am doing much better. I keep up the blog to share...