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EP 47 - Get the Facts: Checking in with Your Gut

Summary: There may be a natural treatment for your digestive troubles.
Air Date: 7/4/18
Duration: 24:20
Host: Dr. Ward Bond
Guest Bio: Michael Murray, ND
Dr. Michael MurrayMichael T. Murray, ND, is regarded as a pioneer of, and one of the world’s leading authorities on, natural medicine. He is a former faculty member and serves on the Board of Regents of Bastyr University in Seattle, the nation’s first accredited naturopathic college, where he received his doctorate in naturopathic medicine in 1985. He has written more than 30 books about natural approaches to health including his most recent book, The Magic of Food, and is co-author of the Textbook of Natural Medicine, and the best-selling The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine, that has been translated into 14 different languages and has sold more than 2 million copies. Murray currently serves as the Chief Science Officer of Enzymedica, leading scientific research projects and developing high-potency enzyme-based products. For 35 years plus, he has compiled a database of more than 65,000 articles of original scientific studies from medical and scientific literature that provides solid evidence on the effectiveness of nutrition, vitamins, minerals, herbs and other natural approaches that are effective in the maintenance of health and the treatment of disease.

  • Book Title: The Magic of Food
  • Guest Facebook Account: www.facebook.com/DrMichaelMurray
  • Guest Twitter Account: @DrMichaelMurray
EP 47 - Get the Facts: Checking in with Your Gut
One hundred million Americans experience digestive issues. Gut complaints are a major reason people see a physician.

Dr. Michael Murray advocates for natural approaches to many of these functional complaints.

Many people turn to probiotics for digestive complaints but they do not digest food. Probiotics support the health of the digestive system.

Digestive enzymes aid with gas, bloating, indigestion, constipation and diarrhea. They work best when consumed just before or during a meal. Digestive enzymes break down larger food particles into smaller bits that can be more efficiently utilized by the body.

Listen as Dr. Murray joins Dr. Bond to explain what your body needs to address common digestive problems.

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