Free Webinar on IBS and Chronic Digestive Solutions

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Thursday, August 13th, at 7:15pm EDT

Includes “Ask The Doc Q & A Session”


  • Title IBS Webinar
  • Date & Time:Thursday August 13th at 7:15pm EDT

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We are presenting our WEBINAR about Homeopathic, Alternative, All-Natural, Drug-Free Treatment for Sufferers of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), COLITIS, CROHN’S DISEASE, CONSTIPATION, DIARRHEA, FATIGUE, ABDOMINAL PAIN, BLOATING, EXCESS, GAS, DEPRESSION.

Many health care providers approach IBS to “control” it with medication. A few will give food sensitivities some attention and even fewer will perform extensive food sensitivity testing.

People with digestive disorders ofter suffer in slience. THIS WEBINAR WILL HELP YOU.

In my 15 years of treating patients with conditions such as Fibromyalgia, Peripheral Neuropathy and Hypothyroiditis, most of these patients have a common promlem: chronic digestive problems.

To learn more about our programs please call 610-518-3370 to set up an IBS Recovery Consultation, Examination and Report of Findings or go to our website

Practicing Functional Nutrition, and Functional Medicine for that matter, requires deductive reasoning on the doctor’s part. In other words, one must ask, “Why is this dysfunction occurring in a patient’s body?” and keep asking why until the reason for the faulty metabolism is discovered.

IBS is the end result of dysfunctional metabolism “upstream” from the gut. A wise professor once told the class, “If a dog is barking, get off his tail,” meaning that we should not concentrate on where the symptoms are expressing themselves, but focus on what’s causing the problem.

I’ve discovered these types of causes “upstream” from IBS:
• Food-based IBS
• Bug-based IBS (parasites, bacteria, yeast)
• Neurotransmitter-based IBS (stress)

Food-based IBS requires proper testing, not always available at commercial labs. The following tests must be done to navigate the treacherous waters of IBS through diet:
• Food Sensitivity Testing
• Intestinal Permeability Testing
• Cross-reactivity Testing

Dysbiosis is a fancy word meaning too many bad bugs in the gut and not enough good bugs. This is a very common cause of IBS. Bug-based IBS requires its own testing protocol:
• CBC with Differential
• Stool Microbial Ecology
• Biofilm Testing
• 1.25 OH Vitamin D (elevated in hidden infections)

Neurotransmitter-based IBS can be determined with the following:
• Neurotransmitter Assessment Forms (NTAF)
• Neurological Examination
• Blood/Saliva Testing

This form of IBS starts in the brain and flows down to the middle brain stem through the vagus nerve into the gut. A deficiency in production of a certain neurotransmitter causes a lack of inhibition of “stress responses.”

This response winds up the sympathetic nervous system, also known as the “fight or flight response” and down regulates the parasympathetic nervous system, also known as the “feeding and breeding” nervous system. All three IBS triggers must be evaluated properly in order to solve the problem, not just control it!

To learn more about this exciting program go to or call 610-518-3370 to set up an IBS Recovery Consultation, Examination and Report of Findings.

Chester County Irritable Bowel Relief Center

For 6 yrs I was bloated, tired, losing hair, had migraines, was diagnosed with Celiac went gluten-free but still felt bad all the time, I thought ‘I should feel better’ – and thought ‘I was beyond help’, and THEN I started Dr. Durr’s Program and in 1 week I felt incredible, in 1 month my symptoms STOPPED, no more bloating, no migraines, hair stopped falling out and I lost 25 pounds!

A life changing testimonial:

I never felt healthy but after having my daughter almost 8 years ago, I started feeling really bad. I never had any energy. No matter how much sleep I got I felt like I needed 4 more hours. My hair became very thin, by skin looked grey, I was bloated and heavier but exercised and ate healthy. I was very symptomatic of someone with a thyroid issue. I was on the internet researching and found a free seminar for thyroid issues. I decided to go and it was the best decision of my life.

I met Dr. Charles Durr and was very interested in what he had to say. He documented cases that he had where through his knowledge of blood chemistry was able to pin point issues that people have had for years and that general practitioners and specialist missed. Most of the time, it is a sensitivity to food that is causing the issue. I had known at this point that I had Celiac disease since I had been diagnosed several years before. What I didn’t know is that the damage done from years of eating gluten had not been reversed. When your digestive track (gut) is compromised it effects your overall health. Also, I should mention that I felt like I was breaking- I kept spraining ankles and I fractured by foot (from what I have no idea). I really felt like I would be dead in a few years if I didn’t do something. So it turns out that since my intestinal track was compromised from Celiac, I contracted Cryptosporidium ( a microscopic parasite) that most people with a healthy gut can fight off. The parasites took over and as Dr. Durr said “they were building condos.” I went on a very strict 8 week diet and gut repair. During that time my thyroid, pituitary, and endocrine stabilized. My hair stopped falling out and I had tons of energy. I also got rid of the parasite through herbal methods under the direction of Dr. Durr.

Dr. Durr was the first person that took me seriously instead of saying that I was getting older or I might be under stress. I will never forget that he told me, “If you don’t feel great everyday, then something is wrong.” His staff was very helpful and friendly also. The only issue is that only the blood tests were covered under my insurance so the rest was all out of pocket. But let me say again, I don’t regret it. I would have paid a million dollars to feel the way I feel now. When Debbie called me and told me your story, I thought to myself that I couldn’t even remember how bad I use to feel. It seems like a lifetime ago even though it is just two years ago. I am copying Dr. Durr so he can expand on what I said if needed. I hope it works out for you and that you can start feeling better soon. Please let me know if there is anything else I can tell you or questions I can answer. By the way, I lost about 20 lbs and am now training for a 1/2 marathon. 🙂

Jennifer Loeper