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Irritable Bowel Syndrome | Colon Health

Your home is built on a foundation. And the “Health” of your home has a direct correlation with the health of the foundation. Similarly, the health of your colon has a direct correlation with the health of everything else in your body.

IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
Bowel Habits & Frequency

“They” say that the average American has between 10 and 20 pounds of rotting fecal material in their bowel. (The rising numbers of colon cancer makes sense). Improving your health begins with making sure you are having 2-3 good bowel movements every single day. We need to make sure food goes from your mouth to the toilet as quickly as possible. This way you will often clear up any potential acid reflux problems and your colon will be happy.

A diet high in refined and processed carbohydrate leads to a distressed, inflamed, gassy, irritable bowel. These types of foods need to be reduced to a minimum.

Your immune system makes up about 60% of your immune system. Mostly this is because of the GOOD bacteria that are supposed to be there. Attention to this is vital to any good program for restoring your health. If you or someone you know is sick all the time look to the health of the bowel.

Gas & Bloating

Often this is the result of a poor diet and an imbalance in the gut flora. It is important in any good program designed to improve your health to pay attention to this. Gas and bloating are not normal. People just have it so long they think it is normal. The “BAD” bacteria love an alkaline gut, which is the result of a diet high in refined and processed carbohydrate.

Call for your free consultation with our clinical nutritionist so that we can discuss your irritable bowel syndrome  (IBS)problems and how we can design a plan to help make you as healthy as you can be and that you are getting the proper nutrition.

Thank you and I will look forward to seeing you soon, and being a part of your health team!

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