Human body is a complex machinery that involves multiple physical, chemical and energetic networks functioning together to achieve a state of balance. A fascinating part of my profession is being a mystery investigator trying to navigate through body’s’ mystery of interconnections in order to find the root cause. Finding the root cause of the disease […]
Author Archives: Dr Radhika Kamat
Gut Health, Uncategorized
Could your health be affected by leaky gut? Part- 2 How can you test and fix it?
Identifying the presence of a leaky gut can be life changing to many people as it could be the root cause of most health symptoms. To help you identify if this is an issue, I have sorted out a few clues that point to having a leaky gut. 5 Clues that you have a […]
Leaky gut is commonly mentioned today in articles and blogs. You probably have wondered if you really have leaks or holes in your gut! Yes. This can happen. Let’s get into the depth of it and see what the heck really leaky gut is. It is otherwise called intestinal permeability which is one of the […]
Autoimmunity, Blog, Gut Health, Hormonal Health, Immune
Does your Thyroid need help? The interplay of hormones… From a Naturopathic doctor’s perspective.
”What is your approach to thyroid disorders as a Naturopathic doctor?”- A question that I get from patients and conventional medical doctors. Thyroid is influenced by multitude of factors ranging from simple lifestyle attributes, dietary choices, genetic mutations, mental emotional dispositions and life circumstances, chronic illness, gut disturbances etc. These factors can be assessed based […]
A commonly asked question is “Can I just drink milk to get enough calcium?” Let’s take a quick look at the daily recommendations for calcium requirements. The recommended daily allowance (RDA) for calcium varies by age. The RDA for Singapore is considerably lower as compared to standard calcium requirements in United States or Canada. (Use […]
We often hear several ads on Antacids to help with heart burn or GERD. You probably have someone in the family with heartburn who is probably on some form of acid lowering medications. How are these meds supposed to decrease the heartburn? They tend to lower the levels of stomach acid either by neutralizing the […]