Dr. Chad Larson

Holiday Health

Your Guide to Leaky Gut During the Holiday Eating Season

Genetics are usually the first to be blamed for our food intolerances, sensitivities and disorders. And, while they are said to play a role in the digestive functions of individuals, there are many lifestyle triggers responsible for the onset of digestive issues.  Stress and diet, food intolerance and excessive alcohol consumption in particular, are key […]


Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention Through Autoimmune Testing

According to the Alzheimer’s Organization, 500,000 Americans develop Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) each year. In fact, AD is responsible for killing more Americans than prostate and breast cancer combined. And the latest research shows that environmental triggers play an influential role in the development of AD. Once thought to be contracted primarily through genetics, scientists have […]

From Guilty Pleasure to Discomfort: The Connection Between Age and Food Reactivity

We all fight the good fight when it comes to combating Father Time and hanging onto our youth and our health. We work so hard on the way up the proverbial hill, but the ride down isn’t necessarily any easier. There are some bumps along the road that we all anticipate as we age, such […]


Connecting the Dots Between Your IBS and SIBO

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is not something you need to suffer with alone. Let’s not be bashful or afraid of these three little letters that so many people share. You may think of it as a solitary strife you must face alone, but IBS, a disorder characterized by abdominal discomfort and altered bowel habits (constipation […]