Empower individuals to embark on a journey to vibrant health and vitality


This page serves as a gateway to valuable insights derived from Dr. Kenny Davin Fine extensive clinical experience and medical research on nutrition, food sensitivity, and inflammatory intestinal disorders, complemented by his firsthand knowledge as a health-conscious individual. Dr. Fine aims to promote holistic well-being and informed health choices, advocating for healthy living and nutrition while emphasizing preventive and holistic health practices. Whether you're intrigued by raw food diets, seeking solutions for gluten and other food sensitivities, or navigating intestinal disorders, Dr. Fine offers valuable guidance and resources. With a commitment to excellence and a dedication to personalized care, he wishes to empowering individuals to embark on a journey to vibrant health and vitality.

Dr. Kenny Davin Fine stands at the forefront of gastrointestinal health as an esteemed academic medical doctor, board-certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology. With over 40 articles and abstracts dedicated to gastrointestinal health, his expertise is widely recognized. Dr. Fine's illustrious career includes pivotal roles at Baylor University, where he served as Physician & Staff Gastroenterologist, GI Researcher, and Medical Director for the Gastrointestinal Physiology Laboratory. A graduate of the University of Missouri in Kansas City, Dr. Fine's commitment to advancing medical knowledge led him to establish EnteroLab.com in 2000. Through this pioneering online diagnostic laboratory, he introduced the gluten sensitivity paradigm to the public, offering expert diagnosis and empowering individuals to take charge of their health. Dr. Fine continues to lead the way in patient care, medical research, teaching, and nutritional innovation, embodying a steadfast dedication to public health and well-being.

In addition, Dr. Fine integrates his expertise in medicine with the healing power of music to inspire holistic well-being and health-conscious living.

Intestinal Health Institute

The mission of the Intestinal Health Institute is to improve intestinal and overall health and nutrition through medical research, public service, and education. We are working for your Health, Happiness, and Hope! The intestinal Health Institute was conceived because of the public health implications of the scientific discoveries and teaching experience of Dr. Kenny Davin Fine, M.D., a professor, intestinal researcher, and publisher of scientific journal articles for over 20 years. Dr. Kenny Davin Fine is determined to bring the benefits of his research and his passion for teaching to those who need it most: the people of the United States and the World. By utilizing the power of the internet and the public's free access to it, the long delay associated with dissemination of new information through the medical ranks to patients (usually 10-15 years) can be bypassed. People can benefit today!

Ten Steps to Finer Health


Eat wisely for proper nutrition, energy, and optimal intestinal and overall health.


Get adequate sleep, following a regular sleep/wake cycle that works best for you (sleeping for at least 8 hours during the darkness of night and arising about sun-up is best for most)


Exercise daily, preferably outside in the morning or late afternoon sun


Utilize non-medicinal methods of stress reduction daily (particularly exercise, meditation, prayer, and if necessary, stress avoidance)


Do not use tobacco, alcohol, or other mood altering substances


Practice methods of good oral hygiene (regular brushing and flossing)


Minimize exposure to, or if possible, avoid environmental toxins in food, water, and air


Take measures to play and laugh regularly, and to feel happy, grateful, and positive about your life and yourself


Help others and practice the “Golden Rule”


Seek calm, peace, humility, simplicity, love, and G-d's will in your life.

Music with a purpose to Educate, Entertain & Enlighten

I firmly believe that maintaining overall health hinges on intestinal health and consuming naturally healthy foods. That's why I've committed myself to ensuring that my research, which covers topics such as nutrition, gluten sensitivity, and inflammatory bowel diseases like microscopic colitis, reaches those who need it most Awareness of genetic and environmental risk factors and education are central to our mission. I wish to leave a legacy of one who worked for the good and good health of others.

- Dr. Kenny Davin Fine