Ever been told by your practitioner that you need to have an IgG food sensitivity test done in order to properly "heal" the gut?
Or what about a microbiome specific stool test?
If you're on a gut healing journey, then chances are, you've been recommended both.
But is there evidence to support the fact that either are accurate or useful?
On today's episode of the podcast, I'm joined by Dr. Matthew Nagra, who takes an evidence based approach to his practice as a Naturopathic Doctor.
In this episode, Dr. Nagra clears the air around various gut health topics including gluten, anti-nutrients, gut health testing, and bloating caused by beans and legumes and helps shed light on what the science really says about each.
1. Are food sensitivity tests valid?
2. Are microbiome stool tests valid?
3. What is celiac disease?
4. Who should avoid gluten?
5. Is gluten inflammatory for the gut?
6. What about zonulin?
7. How can we reduce the bloating that comes from consuming beans and legumes?
8. Are "anti-nutrients" safe to consume?
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