Help You Build Self-Confidence Around Food & Lifestyle

We do this through a personalized approach to your whole self that includes integrating whole foods, tailored supplements and mind-body modalities.

How is Care with Bridget and Dr. Bergens at BWell Different?

BWell will provide you with conservative treatment that is predictable and right for you with a root cause approach. You can expect to spend time with BWell staff to get to know you and your individual needs and goals.

They will take the time to educate you on your options and empower you to make the best treatment decisions.

How is Care with Bridget and Dr. Bergens at BWell Different?

BWell will provide you with conservative treatment that is predictable and right for you with a root cause approach. You can expect to spend time with BWell staff to get to know you and your individual needs and goals.

They will take the time to educate you on your options and empower you to make the best treatment decisions.

How is Care with Bridget and Dr. Bergens at BWell Different?

BWell will provide you with conservative treatment that is predictable and right for you with a root cause approach. You can expect to spend time with BWell staff to get to know you and your individual needs and goals.

They will take the time to educate you on your options and empower you to make the best treatment decisions.

How is Care with Bridget and Dr. Bergens at BWell Different?

BWell will provide you with conservative treatment that is predictable and right for you with a root cause approach. You can expect to spend time with BWell staff to get to know you and your individual needs and goals.

They will take the time to educate you on your options and empower you to make the best treatment decisions.

The 5 'R' Program

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01

Remove

Remove the bad. The goal is to get rid of things that negatively affect the GI tract such as inflammatory foods, infections, and gastric irritants like alcohol, caffeine or drugs. Inflammatory foods such as gluten, dairy, corn, soy, eggs and sugar can lead to food sensitivities.

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02

Replace

Replace the good. Add back in the essentials for proper digestion and absorption that may have been depleted by poor diet, drugs (such as antacid medications), diseases or aging. This includes digestive enzymes, HCL and bile acids that are required for proper digestion.

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03

Reinoculated

Restoring beneficial bacteria to reestablish a healthy balance of good bacteria is critical. This may be accomplished by taking a probiotic supplement and taking a prebiotic (food for the good bacteria) supplement or consuming foods high soluble fiber is important.

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04

Repair

Providing the nutrients necessary to help the gut repair itself is essential. Powerful gut-repairing supplements are l-glutamine, berberine, glycine, quercetin, curcumin. Marshmallow root, Mega Mucosa and aloe.

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05

Rebalance

Consider the other lifestyle choices which contribute to health: Sleep, exercise, and stress can all affect the GI tract as well as additional strategies to help to boost immunity and
help prevent future ill-health. Balancing
those activities is important to an optimal digestive tract.

See more

01

Remove

Remove the bad. The goal is to get rid of things that negatively affect the GI tract such as inflammatory foods, infections, and gastric irritants like alcohol, caffeine or drugs. Inflammatory foods such as gluten, dairy, corn, soy, eggs and sugar can lead to food sensitivities.

See more

02

Replace

Replace the good. Add back in the essentials for proper digestion and absorption that may have been depleted by poor diet, drugs (such as antacid medications), diseases or aging. This includes digestive enzymes, HCL and bile acids that are required for proper digestion.

See more

03

Reinoculated

Restoring beneficial bacteria to reestablish a healthy balance of good bacteria is critical. This may be accomplished by taking a probiotic supplement and taking a prebiotic (food for the good bacteria) supplement or consuming foods high soluble fiber is important.

See more

04

Repair

Providing the nutrients necessary to help the gut repair itself is essential. Powerful gut-repairing supplements are l-glutamine, berberine, glycine, quercetin, curcumin. Marshmallow root, Mega Mucosa and aloe.

See more

05

Rebalance

Consider the other lifestyle choices which contribute to health: Sleep, exercise, and stress can all affect the GI tract as well as additional strategies to help to boost immunity and
help prevent future ill-health. Balancing
those activities is important to an optimal digestive tract.

See more

01

Remove

Remove the bad. The goal is to get rid of things that negatively affect the GI tract such as inflammatory foods, infections, and gastric irritants like alcohol, caffeine or drugs. Inflammatory foods such as gluten, dairy, corn, soy, eggs and sugar can lead to food sensitivities.

See more

02

Replace

Replace the good. Add back in the essentials for proper digestion and absorption that may have been depleted by poor diet, drugs (such as antacid medications), diseases or aging. This includes digestive enzymes, HCL and bile acids that are required for proper digestion.

See more

03

Reinoculated

Restoring beneficial bacteria to reestablish a healthy balance of good bacteria is critical. This may be accomplished by taking a probiotic supplement and taking a prebiotic (food for the good bacteria) supplement or consuming foods high soluble fiber is important.

See more

04

Repair

Providing the nutrients necessary to help the gut repair itself is essential. Powerful gut-repairing supplements are l-glutamine, berberine, glycine, quercetin, curcumin. Marshmallow root, Mega Mucosa and aloe.

See more

05

Rebalance

Consider the other lifestyle choices which contribute to health: Sleep, exercise, and stress can all affect the GI tract as well as additional strategies to help to boost immunity and
help prevent future ill-health. Balancing
those activities is important to an optimal digestive tract.

See more

01

Remove

Remove the bad. The goal is to get rid of things that negatively affect the GI tract such as inflammatory foods, infections, and gastric irritants like alcohol, caffeine or drugs. Inflammatory foods such as gluten, dairy, corn, soy, eggs and sugar can lead to food sensitivities.

See more

02

Replace

Replace the good. Add back in the essentials for proper digestion and absorption that may have been depleted by poor diet, drugs (such as antacid medications), diseases or aging. This includes digestive enzymes, HCL and bile acids that are required for proper digestion.

See more

03

Reinoculated

Restoring beneficial bacteria to reestablish a healthy balance of good bacteria is critical. This may be accomplished by taking a probiotic supplement and taking a prebiotic (food for the good bacteria) supplement or consuming foods high soluble fiber is important.

See more

04

Repair

Providing the nutrients necessary to help the gut repair itself is essential. Powerful gut-repairing supplements are l-glutamine, berberine, glycine, quercetin, curcumin. Marshmallow root, Mega Mucosa and aloe.

See more

05

Rebalance

Consider the other lifestyle choices which contribute to health: Sleep, exercise, and stress can all affect the GI tract as well as additional strategies to help to boost immunity and
help prevent future ill-health. Balancing
those activities is important to an optimal digestive tract.

See more

01

Remove

Remove the bad. The goal is to get rid of things that negatively affect the GI tract such as inflammatory foods, infections, and gastric irritants like alcohol, caffeine or drugs. Inflammatory foods such as gluten, dairy, corn, soy, eggs and sugar can lead to food sensitivities.

See more

02

Replace

Replace the good. Add back in the essentials for proper digestion and absorption that may have been depleted by poor diet, drugs (such as antacid medications), diseases or aging. This includes digestive enzymes, HCL and bile acids that are required for proper digestion.

See more

03

Reinoculated

Restoring beneficial bacteria to reestablish a healthy balance of good bacteria is critical. This may be accomplished by taking a probiotic supplement and taking a prebiotic (food for the good bacteria) supplement or consuming foods high soluble fiber is important.

See more

04

Repair

Providing the nutrients necessary to help the gut repair itself is essential. Powerful gut-repairing supplements are l-glutamine, berberine, glycine, quercetin, curcumin. Marshmallow root, Mega Mucosa and aloe.

See more

05

Rebalance

Consider the other lifestyle choices which contribute to health: Sleep, exercise, and stress can all affect the GI tract as well as additional strategies to help to boost immunity and
help prevent future ill-health. Balancing
those activities is important to an optimal digestive tract.

See more

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