Dr. Ken Best, D.C., a professional, licensed and certified chiropractor based in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, announced the development of a new dietary program for leaky gut syndrome management. Based on a variation of the low-carbohydrate ketogenic diet, the new program aims to reduce gut inflammation by encouraging optimum dietary choices.
More information can be found at https://drkenbest.com.
Leaky gut syndrome, also known as intestinal perpermeability (IP), is a condition that has recently reached worrying proportions in the United States. Primarily linked with poor nutrition, leaky gut syndrome has been shown to lead to a number of other health complications, including autoimmune disease, eczema and even type 1 diabetes.
In collaboration with Dunwoody Labs, chiropractor Dr. Ken Best has undertaken extensive research to help identify leaky gut symptom in his clients and to discover an effective treatment based on innovative nutrition management.
His research resulted in the development of a unique variation of the low-carbohydrate keto-diet. Dr. Best D.C. has implemented this nutrition program with his leaky gut patients, helping them improve their diet by providing an increased intake of high-quality fibers and reducing blood sugars and insulin responses.
Studies have shown that ketogenic diets help increase “good” gut bacteria – genus “Bacteroides” – while reducing the amount of obesity-linked “Firmicutes”. Dr. Best D.C. leverages the flora-enhancing properties of ketogenic diets to help patients overcome their leaky gut problems, reduce blood sugars, and allow them to deal with diabetes more effectively.
The recent research in leaky gut syndrome management is part of chiropractor Dr. Best’s continuous efforts to develop effective holistic health management strategies. Dr. Best D.C. specializes in Applied Kinesiology, a holistic approach integrating traditional chiropractic procedures with modern therapies, acupuncture and a variety of adjusting practices to promote physical, chemical and emotional wellbeing.
Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website or by calling +1-323-655-5515.
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