“Symptoms are never normal, its an indicator of something going wrong”
–Dr. Tiffany Caplan
Dr. Tiffany Caplan is an international speaker and best-selling author of The Lupus Solution: Your Step-by-Step Functional Medicine Guide to Understanding Lupus, Avoiding Flares and Achieving Long-Term Remission.
Dr. Tiffany is a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and Board Certified in Integrative Medicine by the American Association of Integrative Medicine. She is an active member and Certified Practitioner of the prestigious Institute for Functional Medicine. She is the co-owner of Caplan Health Institute and Central Coast Center for Integrative Health, two healthcare practices seeing patients from around the world with chronic health conditions and helping them regain their health naturally and sustainably. She is passionate about her work as she started out as a patient herself dealing with her own health issues and is thankful to be able to use her first hand experience to help others regain hope, health and resilience! In this episode we talk about food sensitivities and how they can negatively impact your bones and overall health. We discuss stomach acid, leaky gut, and Tiffany goes through her step by step approach to treating patients with food sensitivities.
[01:35] Dr. Tiffany Introduction
[06:25] How does Dr. Tiffany start with eliminating food sensitivities?
[15:07] What kind of sensitivities can we test for?
[18:00] The most common sensitivity Margie sees in her practice
[23:06] What medications could be ruining your gut?
[30:19] Healing Leaky Gut
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