Getting to the Hidden Causes of IBS, Crohn’s and Colitis
Digestive issues may be the most uncomfortable types of common health ailments. Abdominal pain, constipation, and diarrhea make you want to stay close to the bathroom and avoid social situations that involve food.
For many people a diagnosis of irritable bowl syndrome (IBS), Crohn’s disease or Colitis means chronic or recurring episodes of digestive unrest punctuated by bouts of extreme discomfort and altered plans. There may be a way to end your suffering that your doctor didn’t tell you about.
What IBS, Crohn’s and Colitis Have in Common
A diagnosis of IBS, Crohn’s or Colitis can be frustrating because the origin of the condition is not easily discernible. Many doctors will make a blanket statement about these diseases not being fully understood. Some may tell you it is your diet or stress level.
One of the underlining conditions of all three of these diseases is inflammation in the bowl. Many other variables in your specific health profile will determine the other symptoms that develop. Symptoms may include:
- Weight loss
- Skin sores
- Bloody stool
Reducing the inflammation has a positive impact on IBS, Crohn’s and Colitis.
Inflammation From Candida
Candida is a fungus found in most healthy digestive systems which we commonly referred to as yeast. It is part of the spectrum of micro-organisms that help your body break down food and is generally considered friendly.
An imbalance in your digestive system can easily result in too much candida, and then your troubles begin. This opportunistic micro-organism will flourish in the right conditions, but getting it back into balance with your digestive environment can be a struggle.
An overgrowth of candida will cause inflammation in some areas of your digestive system and provide an environment that promotes the growth of infections from harmful bacteria.
Hidden Parasites Hanging On
It is unpleasant to think of an insect or a worm living in your intestines making you sick. These tiny creatures take advantage of a receptive environment in your gut and hang on, often undetected. They can cause symptoms similar to those of IBS, Crohn’s or Colitis, like nausea, diarrhea and abdominal pain.
You don’t have to be a world traveler to pick up a parasite. Eating raw or undercooked foods can expose you to a parasitic infection, depending on the source and how these foods are cleaned. Drinking or swimming in contaminated water could invite parasites into your digestive system, also.
Clearing Up Your Digestive Issues
Stop altering your plans around your digestive discomfort and try altering your digestive system, instead. Once established, Candida and parasites can settle into your gut causing upheaval for months, or until you actively kick them out.
Dr. Valerie Nelson created this 3-step digestive pack that eliminates unwanted micro-organism growth in your gut and restores a healthy balance of friendly bacteria to your digestive tract. Healing your digestive system naturally will end those uncomfortable bouts and reduce food sensitivity.