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Meet Dr. John Gannage, MD, CCFP

A leading provider of Integrative Medicine, offering health services as a licensed medical doctor to the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and beyond since 1992.

Markham Integrative Medicine Clinic

A clinic founded by Dr. John Gannage specializing in the integration of conventional and complementary medicine, located near historic downtown Markham.

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Integrative Medicine is the simultaneous application of orthodox, conventional Western medicine and unorthodox complementary health practices with the sole purpose of securing improved patient outcomes.

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Fundamentals of Functional Medicine: Understanding Inflammation

What causes chronic inflammation, what does it mean, and what we can do about it?

Histamine Intolerance and the Gut: A Web of Connections

Histamine intolerance and the gut are interconnected in many ways. The root cause of histamine intolerance can often be traced back to an issue or imbalance in the gut, including SIBO, dysbiosis, leaky gut, or a food sensitivity or intolerance. Similarly, histamine intolerance can contribute to and worsen gut problems, creating a vicious cycle.

The Importance of Vitamin D in Autism

Vitamin D, which is understood to be crucial for brain development, is one of the nutrients that has consistently been shown to be involved in autism.

Understanding DNA Testing for Nutrition and Lifestyle

You can’t control your genes, but you can make changes to your environment: and the more you understand about your genes, perhaps, the better equipped you are to make educated decisions when it comes to the controllable environmental factors.

How Low Stomach Acid Contributes to SIBO

SIBO can occur for a number of different reasons, and it is important to look at the whole picture when determining how to treat SIBO, beyond simply killing the bacteria. For many people, insufficient stomach acid production is a part of this picture, and a key to understanding why the overgrowth has occurred in the first place.

What Is Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity?

We’re understanding more and more that gluten sensitivity is not an “all or nothing” condition– it exists on a spectrum. Many people test negative for Celiac Disease, but still suffer from similar symptoms, which resolve when they stop eating gluten. It is currently estimated that the number of people with Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity is roughly 6x higher than the number of people with Celiac Disease.

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