Normality would be such a gift to the sufferers of Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and related gut disorders – which collectively are also known as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Crohn’s disease is similar to colitis in that the symptoms are recurring, involving abdominal cramping, inflammation, frequent diarrhea, all of which cause anxiety and nervousness. Appetite is affected along with weight gain or loss depending on the individual’s primary cause and effect. Deficiencies are common in these types of conditions which leave a person weak, resulting in an insufficient and overworked immune system.
These and other related gut disorders definitely have an individual cause that can be remedied to the point of complete recovery! The diet is paramount in addressing and alleviating the symptoms associated with Crohn’s and similar problems. An imbalance of gut flora is also a problem. There are allergies, bacteria, sensitivities, and the inability to digest and breakdown certain compounds which can initiate and maintain the disease. Unlike common tangible causes we now see strong emotional stress initiating Crohn’s disease.
Main Causes of Crohn’s, Colitis and other Gut Disorders
When diagnosing the causes of mainstream gut disorders many of these and similar conditions have a common thread between them.
Antibiotics have topped the list as the number one cause for several years now – excess of fifteen years. The destruction of our good bacteria which happens to be 85 percent of our immune system precipitates leaky gut and inflammation throughout the intestinal tract.
The number two cause is medications: prescription and over the counter drugs are the second most prevalent cause when it comes to inflammatory bowel disease.
Other causes include diet and environmental toxins. These could be viewed more as a consequence of the first two causes and applies to all gut dysbiosis problems. Dietary gluten and chemicals have also shown to be a main factor in other autoimmune conditions.
Another problem associated with your leaky gut disorder is the consequence of gluten triggering the autoimmune disease Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis. Currently today this autoimmune disorder is responsible for at least 90 percent of the cases involving ‘hypothyroidism’.
Emotional distress can cause Crohn’s and colitis among other intestinal disturbances. Consider then when seeking out the cause of your condition that does not seem to be drug or diet related, look to any bouts of stress involving extreme upset, either occurring shortly prior to or several months after a stressful incident.
Lastly physical injury has often precipitated various types of colitis disorders. If your gut disorder has progressed over time without any of the above suggestions seemingly to apply, think back to some incident of a fall where there has been tail bone injury.
How to Heal Gut Disorders
Full disease reversal is attainable! Reverse Gut Diseases Naturally outlines individual disease treatment plans/dietary protocols with natural remedies and solutions for a successful, full reversal process to occur for all mainstream intestinal complaints. Examples include Crohn’s, Ulcerative colitis, Colitis, IBS, IBD, Diverticulitis, Celiac, Constipation, Fistulas, Abscesses and more. You will learn how to stop breaking the body down while simultaneously empowering it to heal – all the while addressing the body as a whole.
Current detailed case histories demonstrate the effectiveness of the information contained in Reverse Gut Diseases Naturally. Full recoveries are attainable and quickly! As well as all associated symptom complaints for depression, anxiety, diarrhea, bleeding, malnutrition, inflammation, candida, pain, gas and bloating and more.
In Reverse Gut Diseases Naturally you will learn about the best and safest, natural replacements for medications and for antibiotics that actually work on superbugs (antibiotics do not). The need for safe antibiotic replacements far exceeds that of intestinal disorders.
By following the nutritional guidelines which increase the quality and level of nutrition being taken into the body; your immune system becomes well equipped for rapid tissue repair. As your symptoms fade away the need for medications also go away. You are now on your way to a full sustainable recovery. This may well be the first time you feel in control of your life and your health – just as it should be.
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