How To Treat Your Gut Dysbiosis Once and For All!
Update: It has been 5 months and I have had no signs of gut dysbiosis. I am taking my Canxida Restore every day and its been working great. I recommend you take canxida restore if you still have the signs and symptoms of gut dysbiosis.
From the previous articles we have learned that there can be many causes of gut dysbiosis – some we can control and others which we can not. Unfortunately we are now coming to realize that even if we eat the most beneficial diet possible, take regular sensible exercise, never go near alcohol and refuse all antibiotics, still our environment will inflict upon us factors which may result in an imbalance of microflora – and we also know that it takes only a small imbalance to have long-term implications.
So what do we do to treat our gut dysbiosis once and for all – or at least what do we do to make our health and lives as tolerable as possible?
1. Wherever possible remedy the cause!
This might involve reassessing your current dietary regimen or cutting out alcohol or even not turning to antibiotics as a first call solution to a minor illness. We know that certain factors aggravate gut dysbiosis and it makes perfect sense to stop any further deterioration where you can.
2. Indigestion? Then make sure it’s due to high stomach acid rather than low stomach acid.
One of the first problems food can encounter in our digestive tract is low stomach acid. If this mechanism is in some way failing then the system will be out of sync throughout. For centuries people took acidic foodstuffs to counter digestive problems and right up until the 1920s hypochlorhydria and achlorhydria were a recognized condition – it was only with the advent of antacids that the problem became forgotten and the condition of low stomach acid disappeared off the radar of medical professionals. If you have indigestion and have been treating it with antacids without establishing the cause, there is a very good chance your condition is being made worse. Check with your doctor for tests available for low stomach acid. Get him to read the latest research – or, come to that – even research from over a century ago.
3. Top up your beneficial microflora.
As I mentioned in previous articles this can be done in a variety of ways. Not only that but it can be done easily and naturally!
Probiotics can be sourced as fermented foods, drinks, yoghurts or supplements – remember to seek one out which has been processed as naturally as possible. The market for probiotics grows each day and provides a broad range to choose from. Probiotics as an oral supplement come in a dizzying array of combinations and many also include the vitamins which many people are sadly lacking. Canxidarestore is a multipurpose product containing not only enzymes but also probiotics including one which is specifically resistant to the destructive tactics of antibiotics.
Prebiotics as FOS, GOS or inulin are also well worth considering. They may not help you directly but they certainly help your good bacteria to multiply. Prebiotics, much like enzymes, can be sourced as specific products or as part of the compounds contained within a multipurpose supplement.
4. Other supplements are available which will assist a condition directly.
For instance those suffering lactose intolerance can buy lactase enzyme in drops or tablet form to help convert the excess of lactose, a dairy sugar, into lactase. A brand I’ve found particularly effective and have used for many years is, Biocare Lactase Drops which help my body cope with dairy sugars not only in dairy products but which are also an ingredient in many processed foods on the supermarket shelves. CanxidaRemove, as the name suggests, targets Candida directly and the ingredient list contains natural compounds which are not only anti-microbial and antioxidant but also beneficial bacteria which overwhelm the Candida overgrowth.
5. Don’t expect a 100% recovery overnight, because in most cases it simply won’t happen.
You may start to feel a little better after a few days but it takes most people months to realize their health is actually improving. And, when you start to slip off the slippery track of maintaining your health – get back on it!
6. Here are a few little reminders to help you get on the road to health:
- Don’t binge eat or drink. Give your stomach small amounts to allow it time to start digesting foodstuffs.
- If you are prescribed antibiotics take a probiotics and prebiotic at the same time. Help boost your beneficial microflora before you get problems
- Cut down on the alcohol
- Try an elimination diet to see what foods affect you directly
- Try a natural probiotic supplement regularly
- Try a natural prebiotic supplement
- If you have indigestion get tests done to establish the cause before embarking on antacids
- If you suspect you have low stomach acid try a little lemon juice or apple cider vinegar in water to see if it offers you some relief
- Don’t physically over-exert yourself. Today there is much talk of not getting enough exercise but pushing your body to its physical limits on a regular basis can cause intestinal permeability
- Try not to stress about things. You can only cope with one thing at a time
Try to remember that you can’t control everything which affects you and your digestive system adversely. There are many things in today’s society that we simply have no control over and, although such things may affect us negatively, the best defense we have is to manage our own health more effectively.