Have you ever noticed that some foods just don’t sit right with you? Or perhaps you experience physical symptoms that despite your best effort can’t be explained? You could be suffering from a particular food sensitivity, intolerance, or allergy. In this webinar, you’ll hear from Dr. Blake Butler, DC, on how Functional Medicine can help you identify what foods are helping you and what foods may be hurting you.
Working with a Functional Medicine doctor can help you uncover problematic food and eliminate associated symptoms such as headaches, digestive issues, joint pain, and skin problems. After identifying your hidden food sensitivities, your provider will create a customized treatment plan that restores your gut health and helps optimize the food that works best for your body. Instead of selecting a diet based on what the current trend is, Functional Medicine takes an individualized and scientific approach to your body’s unique health needs. If you’re curious about healing your body through Functional Medicine, schedule a free consultation or your next appointment, below. In addition to in-clinic appointments, we offer telemedicine to help you get started from the comfort and convenience of home!

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