What are the causes of digestive problems?
One of the most important issues on board when I see customers of a topic (or topics for that matter), or when I’m making a conference is “What are the root causes of digestive problems? ‘ . most professionals natural health, simply tell you to do a colon cleanse, followed by enzymes, probiotics, and perhaps some of Aloe Vera. While this may work for some people, it will not work for most;.. at least not these things alone this is because there are specific causes that go far beyond being able to be fixed by only these methods
that said, part of my job is to simplify the sessions with my clients and because of that, make sure you get to the real cause very quickly, and then let the customer knows what they suggest to help heal the deepest level. Now, believe it or not, even when there is a root cause, still usually it takes only a few natural treatments to heal completely.
Common Digestive problems:
- Candida (systemic candidiasis)
- viral, bacterial, parasitic or persistent
- heavy metals’ poisoning ‘
- issues such as colonic diverticulitis, diverticulosis, colitis, Crohn’s disease (autoimmune)
Here’s another scary thought: Only half of the evidence we need to determine the disease appears in tests doctors perform. So, where we will determine the other 50% of the potential of the disease? Naturopathic doctors (ND). Therefore, we will discuss the additional evidence we need to determine what may be wrong with us.
1. Candida (yeast infection systemic):
Analysis of fecal matter of an ND (only important Candida will show up in the blood)
Analysis of fecal matter of an ND (only a parasitic infection will show up in the blood, and a family doctor usually refuse to take a test parasite stool. veterinarians do for animals, why why doctors will not because human beings do not make sense)
4. heavy metal poisoning!?!
a combination of blood, feces, hair and tests urine, ordered by a ND. Most MD not be tested for heavy metals, even if you ask (although they know how). These tests are more complex, because different types of heavy metals are shown in different body parts. The good news is good ND know what to test for, based on your symptoms and history, as well as what will appear in the blood, hair, urine or feces.
5. Leaky Gut Syndrome:
When we keep consuming food that is sensitive to, such as gluten, dairy, corn, soybean, etc. (Sensitivity to discuss the next food) begin to accumulate in our digestive tract. Our body can not eliminate them, and as a result, bacteria and fungi begin to form, finally beginning to ‘leak’ through the intestinal wall and into the bloodstream. This is known as leaky gut syndrome. We discuss how to cure this and all other aspects mentioned above, in the next article. The only way to test this situation is a stool sample, ordered by a ND.