Facts About Gut
There is not one perfect diet for everyone. The right food plan for you will depend upon your age, genetics and current medical situation.
Many people that have bloating, constipation, gas and diarrhea are given the diagnosis of irritable bowel syndrome. Unfortunately, irritable bowel syndrome is just a fancy medical way of saying that you have symptoms and we have no idea why.
While probiotics can help with symptoms, we see in research that prebiotics (food for the probiotics) do a much better job of deeply changing the microbiome.
At Medicine With Heart Clinic, we are experts at getting to the root cause of IBS and IBD
A Medical Team That Cares
Have you had gut symptoms for some time without knowing the root cause? Or perhaps, you have figured out some of the root causes, but if you cheat on your diet or travel, you find that your bowels change and you get symptoms?
It can be so frustrating to never know what foods are going to be safe and what foods you are going to react to. You may have completed food sensitivity testing looking for answers but have found that avoiding foods from that test does not make a difference. You may have had many tests run, but answers were not elicited, or perhaps you have found answers but none of the treatments are working.
If you have bloating, it may be so severe you are only wearing elastic pants. It may be impacting your social life and your intimate life. You may be at a point that you are not comfortable in your own skin due to the intensity.
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Body and Mind Root Cause Influences for Gut Health
What causes digestive dysfunction?
- Low stomach acid
- Low Zinc
- Not enough bile
- Low pancreatic enzyme production
- Histamine Intolerance
- Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth
- History of food poisoning
- Detoxification issues
- Crohn's disease
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Stress, worry and lack of mindfulness
- Neurological Issues
- Chronic Infections
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