Still reading? Good! In my work as a naturopathic doctor I help many people find natural remedies for leaky gut symptoms. I even wrote a book, Digestive Relief for Life: The Secret to the Mind-Gut Connection, to help meet the overwhelming demand for leaky gut remedies. If you’ve seen your doctor for chronic health complaints and still aren’t seeing results, start thinking about a natural cure.

So how do you heal a leaky gut?
By working closely with a specialist able to integrate traditional medicine with naturopathic remedies, like me.

And I will be the first to tell you that there’s no magic pill or overnight cure. Enterocytes are sensitive little cells and so many of my patients are caught in a vicious cycle they can’t break with traditional medicine alone. Medications, the first resort of most traditional physicians and specialists, often cover up symptoms without curing them—and their side effects can create new health challenges. All-natural lifestyle and dietary changes, calibrated to your own unique body chemistry and lifestyle, are the key to finding a true cure for leaky gut.

First, I test all of my patients for often-overlooked underlying conditions like SIBO so we can see exactly what we are dealing with. I ask them to keep a food diary for a short period of time and to document any and all symptoms they experience so we can begin to see patterns and relationships between what they do and how they feel. We have in-depth conversations about stress/anxiety levels and lifestyles before we begin talking about making changes. The cure is as unique as the patient who needs it, and it takes experience, time, and a holistic approach to care to find it.

It’s hard work, but it’s worth it. The benefits of having a healthy, balanced gut are life-changing.

Work with an online holistic provider to find leaky gut solutions just for you

As a certified naturopath, I have both traditional medical training and extensive experience in holistic health. I blend the latest scientific advances in diagnostics with all-natural remedies to create personalized leaky gut treatments for each one of my patients. And because a leaky gut leads to so many chronic conditions, the demand for my services has grown. Online doctor visits let me reach more patients who can’t access holistic healthcare in their communities.

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The information provided in this blog post is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease or condition. It is not intended to substitute for the treatment and/or diagnosis of an in-person visit or exam with a medical professional. This information does not provide a second opinion or in any way attempt to alter the treatment plans or therapeutic goals/recommendations of your personal physician. It is my role to partner with you to provide ongoing support and accountability as you create an action plan to meet and maintain your health goals.

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I have suffered with sinus trouble for over 30 years. I’ve been to doctors and specialists. Each time I’ve told them that my condition becomes worse when I’m constipated. Each one of them told me bowel movements have nothing to do with my sinuses. Finally, I gave up on finding a cure, or at least some relief. Dr. Sasha Rose is the first person to listen to my story and agree with me in that my BM’s are directly related to my sinus issues. She put me on a regiment of natural supplements with the understanding that results would take some time because my condition had been in place for decades. At six months later, I now have a much more regular BM schedule. With it, my sinus pressure, congestion and post nasal drip are greatly reduced. The treatment and suggested changes to my diet (no dairy) have also helped to lower my blood pressure and weight. I highly recommend Dr. Sasha Rose as a partner in helping find answers and relief to your health problems. I use the word “partner” because you have to do your part and listen to her advice, be open and honest in you conversations with her, and be willing to stick with the treatments.

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