Around 30 percent of our clients list headaches or migraines as symptoms they experience frequently.
The first thing I’ll say is this: a headache is not an aspirin deficiency, or a deficiency of any other kind, for that matter.
Like all symptoms, a headache a sign that something’s not quite in balance.
There are many possible reasons for headaches – some of them are biochemical imbalances, and some are to do with tight muscles or even posture and spinal alignment.
I’ve had around half a dozen clients over the last 90-days report huge improvements, or even complete disappearance of headaches simply by altering foods and getting rid of bad bugs in the gut.
Take Nic, for example, who resides in Canada. Nic’s headaches improved significantly after just 48hours on a program to eliminate yeast and fungal overgrowth from his gut.
Let’s look at how that might work:
Here are four major ways in which your gut can contribute to headaches.
And here are five “Big Bang” tips for getting rid of them:
1. Avoid gluten, cow’s milk and soy in foods.
2. Stay hydrated – drink plenty of clean water – each day.
3. Do an Epsom salt footbath 3-4 times per week to allow more magnesium to enter your body.
4. Eat frequently – every 2.5 hours – to prevent your blood sugar level dropping too low as low blood sugar can trigger headaches.
5. Perform gentle stretching exercises in case muscle tightness or “trigger points” are creating referred headaches/pain.
If these don’t work – as I said at the top of this article – I’ve had around half a dozen clients over the last 90-days report huge improvements, or even complete disappearance of headaches simply by altering foods and getting rid of bad bugs in the gut.
At the same time, these people also experienced major improvements in energy, mood, sleep and other symptoms such as irritable bowels and even fibrocystic breasts.
I can’t promise it will work every single time, but what I can promise is a comprehensive stool test is the single most important tool I have in my toolkit for helping folk transform their health.
Don’t forget, a stool test is done in the privacy of your own home, and you just send of the sample in the packaging provided.
And if the test comes back blank, you get a full refund.