Digestion Archives | Chris Kresser


Your digestive health might be the most important health issue that you’re not managing. Read these articles to learn more about optimizing your digestion and how it relates to the gut microbiome.

Food Allergy vs. Food Intolerance: Why the Difference Matters
There are major differences between a true food allergy and a food intolerance. Here are some examples of common food intolerances and how healing your gut can, in some cases, alleviate the problem.
The difference between a food allergy and a food intolerance—like lactose intolerance, which would be triggered by this dairy food—can impact how you deal with the problem.
How to Cure GERD without Medication
While the symptoms of GERD are disruptive, the risks of the drugs used to treat it can be more distressing. Find out how to cure GERD without medication.
Heartburn sufferers looking for tips on how to cure GERD without medication should avoid this bread.
RHR: Practical Steps for Healing the Gut—with Michael Ruscio
Today, we chat with Dr. Michael Ruscio, whose new book, Healthy Gut, Healthy You, sets out to create a guide that walks individuals through a step-by-step self-help process of healing.
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AIP for IBD: The Paleo Autoimmune Protocol and Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Do you have inflammatory bowel disease? A recent study put the Paleo autoimmune protocol to the test in patients with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, and the results are quite remarkable.
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RHR: Candida—Hidden Epidemic or Fad Diagnosis?
Candida is one of those polarizing topics in medicine. On the one hand, you’ve got the conventional medicine perspective, which holds that candida only causes problems in severely immunocompromised people—like patients with HIV/AIDS. On the...
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The Little-Known Connection between Leaky Gut, Gluten Intolerance, and Gallbladder Problems
Do you have trouble digesting fatty foods? Back pain or nausea? A sluggish gallbladder may be to blame. Recent evidence suggests that inflammation in the gut is closely related to gallbladder function. Read on to...
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