We Have A New Name – Good Gut Solution
& you may have noticed the new logo up top.
Let me explain….
When Dr. Pam launched crohns.net 16 years ago, in 1998, her intention was to focus on patients with Crohn’s Disease. You may ask why Crohns Disease? Though she had been working in natural medicine for many years, she was only seeing patients who drove to and walked into the medical clinic. She desired to help more people, but wasn’t sure how to make this happen.
Then she met Jordan Rubin. It was during their luncheon together that she learned of his miraculous story and recovery, when doctors told him his crohns disease was incurable, and essentially, that he was going to die. As we all know he didn’t die, he recovered fully and overcame his diagnosis.
Dr. Pam was so inspired that she launched this website to help Crohns patients all over the globe. How has this been going? Well, she’s done so with immense success, and together with the help of the rest of the team – we’ve helped thousands with Crohns achieve happiness, prolonged remission and, as as many would say, a new life. Allow me to share just two quick testimonials:
“I would like to share my 13 yr. old daughter’s experience….how probiotics saved her from, at the very least, a surgeons knife.” – Joe and Renee G
“Thank you so much for helping to turn my condition around. I am so happy I did not have to take steroids instead” – Linda L
But sometimes customers do not just have Crohns, some have Ulcerative Colitis, some IBS, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and others, a recurring stomach ache that needed natural medicine. Others have SIBO, dysbiosis or leaky gut, or maybe a combination of symptoms and diagnoses. Then there were those with other health issues like skin problems, low energy, fatigue, inflammation, psoriasis, allergies, asthma, the list goes on, and on, and on. Dr. Pam, and the rest of the team here, have helped these people in over 78 countries.
Why Good Gut Solution?
Scientists know that the gut holds over 70% of our immune system. (1) Even our happiness is located in our gut as up to 95% of the bodies’ supply of serotonin comes from gut bacteria. (2)
So going forward, we’ve embarked on a new vision, with a new company name.
“Your digestive system influences all other systems in the body; a healthy gut creates a healthy body. That’s the Solution.” Dr. Pamela Nathan DHM L.Ac
And along with the new vision, we will be adding heaps more products in 2014. What remains the same is …..everything else. Same low pricing, same responsive website, same speedy shipping, epic customer service, and Dr. Pam with her team, guiding the vision of empowering people world-wide to realize their full-potential through optimal health, education and natural medicine.
Dr. Pam loves educating everyone on the latest advanced in natural medicine. She has written hundreds of articles. This may be her greatest passion and her greatest gift in serving the world.
I’ve learned heaps in just my short time here. You may be wondering, as we’re often asked, “Where can I read some of these articles to stay up-to-date on the latest advances? Here, I’ll tell you. For all articles prior to 2013:
And now all education and all future posts are in one place to make it easy to find the information you are looking for, here at the Good Gut Solution blog. Dr. Pam and the rest of the team post regularly here. To catch you up, some popular posts have been:
- Dr. Ron on How Sleep Affects Inflammation in your Body
- Tammy’s Ginger Salmon Fillet recipe
- Dr. Pam on Inflammation
- Dr. Pam blogging live from the Probiotics Symposium
- Joel’s Tasty Anti-Inflammatory drink you can make at home
- Dr. Pam on Ginseng – 10 Good Reasons To Take Ginseng and Do you really know your Ginseng?
- Alisa’s Alternative Colonoscopy Prep
- We hope you find these articles and posts useful.
Thank you for your continued support. We’re grateful you keep returning, and we look forward to serving and fulfilling your healthcare needs.
In Good Health,
Good Gut Solution
(1) – Skeptics / NIH/ British Journal of Nutrition – http://skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/17811/is-70-of-your-immune-system-located-in-your-gut
(2) – American Psychological Association – http://www.apa.org/monitor/2012/09/gut-feeling.aspx