Gut Health

There’s a Strong Connection Between Gut Bacteria and our Immune System

The gut flora can also influence the way the immune system behaves. It’s like a mother-child relationship.

The Gut Microbiome May Affect Mental Health

Research suggests some of the gut microbes may produce neuroactive compounds, and they may have a direct association with depression.

Any Changes in Gut Health May Increase the Risk of Certain Diseases

Do you ever wonder why you tend to get sick easily when you’re under a lot of stress? It may not be due to over-exhaustion but because of gut changes.

You will know it’s time to improve gut health when you show the following signs:

  • Chronic constipation or diarrhea (or other changes in the bowel movement)
  • Persistent bloating and gas
  • Headaches and brain fog
  • Feelings of exhaustion or fatigue
  • Skin rashes or itchiness
  • Abnormal craving for salt or sugar
  • Weight changes
  • Feelings of anxiety or depression
  • Nutritional deficiency
  • Leaky gut
  • Autoimmune condition

Meet Our Practitioners

Below are the providers within the Evolving Wellness network focused on alternative treatments for Gut Health. Contact us today to discuss options that might work for you.

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Sue Peck

Intergrative NP PhD, GNP-BC, APNP, FAAO, APT, CHTP

Eau Claire, WI

  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Functional Medicine
  • Healing Touch

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Laura Hoehn RN


Eau Claire, WI

  • Natural Health
  • Neurological Stress Reduction Therapy

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Rebecca Witt RDMS

Certified Holistic Nutrition Consultant, RVT, IHP, HHP

Eau Claire, WI

  • Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner
  • Certified Integrative Health Practitioner
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Steve Gutsch

Wellness Advocate

  • Alovea Health Consultant

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