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Friday, June 7, 2019

10 Warning Signs You Have an Unhealthy Gut and What to do About It

The intestines are a door for a healthy life. So regardless of the diagnosis of the disease, the first goal should always be to improve the intestines by taking professional help.
In simpler cases, the following four steps can be done to repair the bowel.  

10 signs of unhealthy bowel;

1.Digestive problems such as bloating, gas, diarrhea
2. Food allergies or sensitivities
3. Anxiety
4. Depression
5. Imbalance in mood, nervousness
6.Skin problems such as eczema, rosacea
7. Diabetes
8. Autoimmune diseases
9. Common Infections
10. Poor memory and concentration, lack of attention disorder and either lack of attention and hyperactivity

Bowel repair in 4 steps

1. Step: eliminate evil
The goal in this step is to avoid things that cause tenderness, such as inflammatory foods, excessive alcohol, caffeine and some medications, and have negative effects on the bowel. Inflammatory foods such as gluten (bakery foods), milk, corn, soy and sugar can lead to food sensitivities.

2. Step: placing the good
In this step, some drugs, such as the wrong eating pattern ever applied, such as gastric acid sedatives, diseases or ageing consumed by the digestive and absorption of necessary substances should be added. These can be digestive enzymes, hydrochloric acid and bile enzymes.

3. Step: Repair
The goal of this step is to remove the substances needed to repair the bowel itself. At this stage, the most important food supplement is L-glutamine, a amino acid that revitalizes the intestinal cell wall. Other important ingredients are zinc, omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins A, C and E, and plants such as Elm and Aloa Vera.

4. Step: balance
The purpose of this step is to create a healthy environment in the intestine by taking the good bacteria that normally should be in the intestine. For this reason, a probiotics containing useful bacteria such as Bifidobacteria and Lactobacillus should be taken in addition to daily nutrition. The ideal dose is 25-100 billion units per day. In addition, high-resolution fiber foods or prebiotic supplements should be taken to ensure that these good bacteria can survive in the intestinal environment.

For more professional help, you can contact a specialist who has received clinical psychoneuroimmunology training.a