I don't have the luxury of doctor-hopping so if I do go to any doctor I just want some tests done. That's all. I tried a more "holistic" nutritionist earlier this year and she didn't tell me anything different than what I'm already doing, except the with the addition of supplements (which did nothing.) But I hope they won't side-eye me. Sometimes I think SOME doctors don't want you to get well. But hopefully he'll be glad to hear I'm trying to eat clean.
My aunt in Michigan sent me a book by Deepak Chopra a few months ago about digestion. There's a lot of Ayurvedic talk in it; some of it seriously does not jive with Primal or Paleo. For instance, it talks about forgoing certain veggies and eating gluten-free grains. Or eating less red meat and being more vegetarian. I didn't like the overall tone because it smacks with a lot of CW and Ayurvedic crap I don't really get with, but there seemed to be a few gems.
He mentioned ghee/clarified butter and even included instructions on making it.
There was a mention of mindful eating.
It was also suggested that one should try an all liquid diet for a day out of the weak. This last one is new to me and might be worth looking into (what with teas and bone broths being mentioned.)