74% of Americans experience GI discomfort
Over 20% of Americans have food sensitivities
Over 14% of Americans have IBS
Every decade, you lose about 13% of digestive enzyme capabilities

Before you know it, you’re dealing with food intolerance and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) – unable to eat at restaurants, go to social events, or lead a normal life.

When you have a food intolerance, your body reacts to the offending food elements--say, gluten or lactose--as if under attack. And it succeeds.

Because your gastrointestinal (GI) tract can't process those foods, it starts to break down, while IBS symptoms appear. It’s a vicious cycle that can cause persistent fatigue, migraines, diarrhea, and pain.

At its most severe, large food particles can enter your blood stream, create infection, and impair digestion and the absorption of necessary nutrients. Known as Leaky Gut Syndrome, your intestinal tract becomes hyper-permeable--and your symptoms grow worse.

Rebuild Your Relationship with Food

With conventional medicine offering few solutions, are you left to live with these distressing symptoms with no hope for improvement? Not under our watch.

At Twin Cities Metabolism, the Digestion Repair Program heals your intestinal tract and corrects digestive issues with proven, non-drug methods, eliminating bowel irregularity and decreasing poor reactions to food.

With advanced GI testing not available in your doctor’s office, we test:

Bacterial, fungal, and yeast infections

Levels of beneficial bacteria

Inflammation and Intestinal lining health

Digestion of food and absorption of nutrients

Food allergies and sensitivities

Intestinal permeability (Leaky Gut Syndrome)

This in-depth analysis will help us uncover and eliminate the source of your symptoms, and restore normal digestion and intestinal function. With a new and improved relationship with food, you will once again enjoy dining out, socializing with friends, and living life – unrestricted.

Ready to Take Charge of Your Health?

Schedule a free consultation in our office or via phone.