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What is Leaky Gut Syndrome?

Inside our small intestines are gates that open and close. These gates are called tight junctions. They open and let organisms into our blood stream and they stay closed when unwanted organisms try to enter. These gates regulate what particles can enter into our blood...

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What is Leaky Gut Syndrome?

Inside our small intestines are gates that open and close. These gates are called tight junctions. They open and let organisms into our blood stream and they stay closed when unwanted organisms try to enter. These gates regulate what particles can enter into our blood...

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Our lifestyle can significantly effect the health of our gut microbiome, killing our beneficial bacteria. This will lead to a host of unwanted symptoms.

Food Sensitivity Testing- What To Know Before You Buy:

I have been doing food sensitivity testing in my private practice for 11 years. I have used it for so long because it makes a difference. But, this testing is only one step of several steps that I take to help people feel better, as in; incr...

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Live Webinar- New Patient Workshop

Oct 24, 2019 – Oct 24, 2019

Two hour live webinar + food sensitivity testing + 90 min one-on-one, in-person OR video appointment with a Registered Dietitian that specializes in GI disorders & disorders of the gut microbiome.
-During the live webinar you will be able to ask and have questions answered in real time.
- You wi...

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New Patient Workshop

Aug 29, 2019 – Aug 29, 2019

WE WILL COVER:
1. The anatomy of the gut- this is important in understanding how the digestive system works and what can go wrong.
2. The very latest information on the microbiome & leaky gut/intestinal permeability- learn how your microbiome impacts virtually every aspect of health; from mental ...

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July New Patient Workshop

Jul 25, 2019 – Jul 25, 2019

THIS WORKSHOP IS A TWO HOUR INTENSIVE TRAINING
WE WILL COVER:
1. The anatomy of the gut- this is important in understanding how the digestive system works and what can go wrong.
2. The very latest information on the microbiome & leaky gut/intestinal permeability- learn how your microbiome impacts...

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Circadian Rhythms Play A Significant Role In Healing.
I regularly discuss circadian rhythms with my patients. As a functional medicine dietitian this topic is important as diet for our health and healing. If I only addressed diet and did not discuss circadian rhythms, patients will only get so fa...

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Testimonials

4 months ago
Karen Graham is extremely knowledgeable, kind, and patient with all issues related to her clients. She investigates your particular issue, and fixes each and every item as it relates to that issue, until the disease process has completely resolved the correct way (prescribed medicine is reserved for those with no point of return as a last option). All appointments were easy to make with her assistant Jo-Anne. Highly recommended without reservation. Saved my life.
- R P
4 months ago
I visited with Karen and couldn’t be happier with my investment and results. I decided to see her because I had continuous annoying gut tenderness and discomfort. A friend had begun seeing Karen, was getting great results and I decided it was time to figure my stuff out. I didn’t even realize how uncomfortable I had really become until the intestinal pain was gone, which happened quickly once I learned which foods I had become sensitive to. Cutting those foods out gave me nearly immediate relief. Karen helped me learn what I needed to do for my body to help it heal and I am happy to report that after about 6 months of following her guidance, my gut has healed significantly. It has healed to much that I can now go back to eating many of the foods that were a problem for me before. In addition, my skin is healthier, my mind feels clearer and I just feel better which makes me happier too. I feel that this time with Karen has changed my eating habits for good and I am so very gratefu...
- Sheri D
4 months ago
My experience with Karen has been wonderful. Karen truly cares about her patients and the outcome of the plans she advises. Several members of my family also see her and we have collectively learned so much that will help us to live healthier and hopefully longer lives together!
- Rachel N

Functional Medicine Dietitian

Karen Graham, RDN is a functional medicine dietitian specializing is GI disorders and disorders of the gut microbiome. Karen has been in private practice since 2007 and has been in the field of food & nutrition for 16 years.

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