An Unhealthy Gut Can Lead to an Unhealthy Brain

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Is your gut causing mood symptoms? Psychological complaints? Do you suffer from, anxiety, brain fog, depression, poor concentration and mood swings? Have you been to see someone only to be told that these are part of who you are or that these issues require medication? Have you been told that your nutrition has nothing to…

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4 ways gut problems cause depression

One of the main symptoms my IBS clients experience is mood swings. They have moments in which they feel fine as well as times where they feel depressed. In some situations other behavioral symptoms included being very irritable and feeling anxious even about the smallest things. Here are 4 ways Gut problems cause Depression: 1.…

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How Digestive problems can affect your sleep

Do you get a second wind at night that makes it hard to go to bed? Do you have a hard time going to sleep? Do you wake up in the middle of the night and have a hard time getting back to sleep? Do you get up in the middle of the night to…

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Food Intolerances – One of the Major Causes of IBS

Some of the foods you may be eating can act as irritants, inflaming the gut and causing digestive symptoms. In this article I am going to talk about 2 main types of food intolerances. Gluten and lactose intolerance. Gluten intolerance Gluten is a sticky protein molecule found in many grains, notably wheat, rye, barley, spelt…

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Can Healthy Bacteria Help You Get Rid of IBS?

IBS is a complex group of symptoms. Unfortunately there isn’t one magic solution for everyone. It’s just not the same for all people. Your irritable bowel is most probably not caused by the same thing as someone else’s. This means that whatever worked for them to get better, won’t work for you. In fact, it…

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IBS and your GI-Tract

People who suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome usually have one or more of these five primary symptoms: constipation, diarrhea, abdominal pain, gas or bloating. Some may also have secondary symptoms such as: incomplete evacuation sensation, nausea, belching, heartburn and straining during bowel movements. Many IBS sufferers may also have non-GI symptoms caused by IBS including:…

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IBS Case Review – Jane S.

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Jane a 34 year old, HR Manager mainly wanted to get rid of her fatigue which was keeping her from being able to work properly, leading a social life and causing issues with her partner. This situation continued for a few years. She could barely wake up in the morning and wouldn’t leave the house much,…

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H Pylori one of the major causes of digestive symptoms

In this short article you will learn how a bacterium called Helicobacter Pylori (H pylori for short) causes heartburn/GERD and contributes to IBS. H pylori is a corkscrew shaped bacterium that can be transmitted through contaminated food and water, kissing, contact between family members, pets and shared utensils. Due to its corkscrew shape it is able to…

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IBS Case Review – Shahira M.

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How Shahira beat years of nasty digestive symptoms in a few months “To say that I was skeptical of working with Haisam is an understatement. I’d been introduced to him and had heard of his excellent reputation in tackling IBS but I really did insist on seeking medical advice so I went to see two…

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Food Allergies & Intolerances, Bacteria & Parasites make it difficult to gain weight

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Intestinal bacterial infections such as H pylori, parasites, Candida, food sensitivities and allergies can all interfere with the break down and absorption of nutrients. This can cause difficulties maintaining weight and weight loss. People that have difficulties gaining weight find it to be challenging and frustrating. They might be able to eat as much as…

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