Lately I’ve been having an increasing number of patients come to my office seeking guidance in the area of food sensitivities. Many have heard about the simple blood tests that help to uncover food allergies and sensitivities. I’ve devoted a great deal of time to...

  Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna Therapy Infrared Sauna therapy may be the best way to lessen the impact of our modern day physical and environmental stressors. As more and more research and studies are brought to the table depicting what’s good for us, what’s bad and what’s just...

Certified Gluten Practitioner, Dr. Jason Kremer, HIGHLY recommends getting tested for gluten sensitivity/Celiac disease if any of the below situations pertain to you: You have a first degree relative who has been diagnosed with Celiac disease, gluten sensitivity Dermatitis herpetiformis, gluten-sensitive enteropathy, Ideopathic steatorrhoea, Primary...

Gluten Sensitivity Self Test I. Check the symptoms you have had at least once a week during the past three months:  ͟͟͟͟͟͟   Gas, bloating, stomach pain and/or cramping ͟͟͟͟   Diarrhea ͟͟͟͟   Constipation ͟͟͟͟   Joint pain ͟͟͟͟   Numbness or tingling in your arms or legs ͟͟͟͟   Itchy and/or dry skin lesions ͟͟͟͟  ...

Are you ready to commit to G.I. FIX 30 Day Digestive Health program designed by Paleo Magazines “From the Doc” columnist, Dr. Jason Kremer, to experience firsthand what a health promoting whole food diet can do for you? The dietary component of this program involves...

Intermittent fasting in conjunction with Paleo principles may just be the best approach for weight loss and improved health. For as long as my wife and I have been together, we’ve been on the same page nutritionally. As former bodybuilders (we actually met at a bodybuilding...

In the past years the "gold standard" for diagnosing Celiac Disease was a small bowel biopsy during an endoscopy (small bowel is another term for small intestine.) Small bowel biopsies in prior decades been the only way to positively confirm the diagnosis of Celiac Disease,...

  Is your "Normal" Normal? Do you notice changes in the way you feel after eating a tasty plate of pasta or thick and flavorful sandwich? Do you find that you often experience abdominal cramps, gas, bloating, diarrhea, stomach pain, acid reflux, and/or nausea after eating those...

The first step in the diagnosis of Celiac Disease is usually a blood test to measure levels of certain antibodies and auto-antibodies. Antibodies attack foreign substances in the body while auto-antibodies attack the body’s own tissues. The antibodies that doctors usually measure to test for...

Have YOUR symptoms failed to improve, even with a strict adherence to a gluten-free diet? Several studies have shown that simply going gluten-free is not always effective in treating the damage caused by years of inflammation and for actually healing the gut. Because so little emphasis...