Dr. Robin Rose, DO

Gastroenteroloist

Dr. Robin Rose, author of “The 28-Day Gut Fix,” is a double board certified specialist in Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine, specializing in functional medicine. She is founder and CEO of Terrain Health where she practices next generation healthcare, integrating systems biology with an innovative approach that requires a deep understanding of each person’s biochemical, genetic, and lifestyle factors. Dr. Robin received her bachelor's degree in Behavioral Neuroscience from Lehigh University, graduating with honors. She then went on to obtain her master's degree in Neuropsychology from New York University. Dr. Robin received her medical degree from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, graduating with honors, and was inducted into the Psi Sigma Alpha Osteopathic National Honors Society. She did her post-graduate training in Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology & Hepatology at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City and received board certification in both disciplines. Dr. Robin is listed as a functional medicine provider with the Institute of Functional Medicine.

Dr. Robin's Tips For
A Healthy Microbiome

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Be present & show gratitude. Research shows that taking time to be thankful has benefits for well-being. Showing gratitude not only goes along with more optimism, less anxiety and depression, and greater goal attainment, but also is associated with fewer symptons of illness and other physical benefits. Studies show that even taking 20 seconds out of your day to just pause, be present and express grratitude affects brain health and neurogensis.
The gut is the guardian to your health and the gateway to disease. Enhancing and maintaining gut health and resiliency is paramount to increasing healthspan. The vast majority of disease is rooted in the gut and that's what it means by going with your gut! We need to always restore health to the gut in order to prevent, regress or reverse disease.
One type food group that I focus on incorporating into my diet to support a healthy microbiome are bitters & herrbs. They supply the body with powerful nutrients and antioxidants and act as potent antimicrobial agents, killing off nasty bugs in the gut and our food. Bitters help to promote digestion by supporting and stimulating our stomach acid (HCL) and by promoting the absorption of nutrients from other foods we consume!
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