Did you know that 80% of our immune system resides in the gut?

Services to Improve Gut Health

Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

Balance the brain-gut axis, calm the nervous system and improve digestive function.

Starting at $150

Functional Medicine

Let’s get to the root of digestive issues through testing and support for your gut with a personalized health rebuilding plan.

Starting at $225

The Stress Less Method®

Ready to get to the root of it all and feel like yourself again?

Stress and Anxiety Coaching

Together, we will co-create a plan to get your diet and lifestyle back on track to support gut health.

6 Session Package | $500

My favorite tips for optimal gut health

Try an elimination diet. An elimination diet provides a hard reset for your digestive tract. Ongoing support with health coaching through the process is recommended.

Tone your vagus nerve. The vagus nerve is responsible for the gut-brain connection. You can strengthen your vagus nerve by simply sighing out loud and laughing!

Consider both pre- and probiotics. Prebiotics are such foods as onions, asparagus and apples that feed your good gut bacteria.  Specific probiotic needs are best determined through functional medicine testing to determine which bacteria your gut is lacking.

Eat regularly and eat often. Our guts crave predictability. Small meals every few hours keep our guts moving to promote regularity and help keep our blood sugar levels in check.

Get holistic. Using the power of functional medicine and health coaching is a great way to establish foundational gut health and create healthy habits.

I have curated a list of my favorite pharmaceutical-grade natural gut health support products just for you.

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Disclaimer: By purchasing through this link you agree to consult with your personal medical provider before beginning any supplement protocol. You acknowledge that purchase through Dr. Riley Smith LAc, DACM does not imply a patient-practitioner relationship.