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Linda D'Eramo, DO

Linda D'Eramo, DO

Linda D'Eramo became involved with Functional and Integrative medicine in 2011 after several years practicing conventional family medicine and not seeing satisfactory results in her patients. Dr. D'Eramo is passionate about helping patients with a multitude of ailments including thyroid disorders, adrenal fatigue, hormone replacement needs ...

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D'Eramo Family Medicine - Functional and Integrative Medicine

928 Brodhead Road
Suite 1
Moon Township, PA 15108
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(724) 457-6258
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Gastrointestinal Support

Digestive Health and Support

5 Tips for Restoring Your Digestive Health

Everyone experiences digestive problems at some point in their lives - but you can help manage your daily digestive health in a few simple yet effective ways. The following are some tips on how to improve digestive problems and how to restore your digestive health.

Eat high-fiber foods.

Many people think high-fiber foods like whole-grain products and cereal products with fiber will improve their digestive health. But there are many other foods you can include in your digestive health diet.

Incorporate fresh vegetables, fruits, nuts, and good fats like avocado, coconut, and olive oil. Eliminate processed foods like crackers, cakes, and "ready-made" foods. Also eliminate refined sugars like high fructose corn syrup from your diet.

Digestive Health and Support - Moon Township, PA

Consume probiotic foods.

Fermented foods such as yogurt and sauerkraut can help aid digestion and restore digestive health. In addition, many probiotics can help improve your immune health.

Drink water.

Water can help ensure your digestive system is working properly in many ways, especially in carrying toxins out of the body. Drinking water with your meals can assist in breaking down food as it moves through your digestive system.

Water can dissolve fats and soluble fiber. Keep in mind that as you add fiber into your diet, you should increase your water intake as well; extra amounts of fiber can increase your risk for constipation.

Control your stress levels.

Stress can be unavoidable, but it is manageable. Stress can contribute to symptoms of digestive system problems such as cramping, bloating, constipation and diarrhea.

You can help control your stress levels by exercising or engaging in regular physical movement, meditating and participating in breathing techniques, or talking to a mental health counselor.

Skip out on smoking and other bad habits.

For some people, smoking might assist with stress, but that feeling of stress management is very short-lived. It is widely known that smoking can contribute to a variety of health issues, including digestive problems.

Smoking cigarettes might increase the likelihood of acid reflux and can lead to health problems like stomach ulcers and heartburn. In addition, excessive alcohol and caffeine consumption can lead to digestive health problems.



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