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Why Dr Oz is right to talk about parasites…

If you have heartburn, bloating, gas, stomach pain or abdominal cramps, constipation or diarrhea, there’s a good chance you have parasites, or some kind of bacterial or fungal overgrowth in your gut. Stress and food intolerance can also cause these symptoms and in my experience it is usually several of these factors combined. This video from the Dr. Oz show highlights the “parasite problem”. While I don’t especially like the way Dr. Oz hypes up his TV shows, his information is usually pretty good. Watch this video and you’ll see how important the parasite problem is becoming. How do...

How one simple food transformed Joyce’s digestion...

How food sensitivity can ruin quality of life… Joyce’s case is one of the strangest I have seen over the last decade of clinical work. Yet the solution was surprisingly simple – her symptoms were being triggered by one simple and usually innocuous food. I worked with Joyce all the way back in 2008. She contacted me because she was struggling with a lot of digestive trouble. On most days, she would have a very nasty burning sensation in her abdomen, and then pass uncomfortable loose stools. Joyce’s symptoms were running her life – she thought about her digestive...

How to treat H pylori with food and natural supplements...

If you want to know how to treat H pylori with food, you’ve come to the right place. Contrary to what many doctors will tell you, you CAN treat H pylori with food and supplements. However it’s not as simple as you might think, for several reasons. You may need to add some natural supplements to anti-H pylori foods in order get the result you’re looking for because foods alone may not be enough. How to treat H pylori with food alone Over the years, I have read thousands of studies on H pylori. Studies investigating the effect of...

The problem with antacid medications (part one)

Are you presently taking antacid or acid blocking medications? If so, you’re not alone because these drugs are some of the highest selling in medical history. Unfortunately, their long-term use can cause fatigue, Candida overgrowth, bloating, SIBO, constipation, depression, headaches and many other problems. They may even increase your risk of developing kidney problems, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis. There is a dark side to acid blocking medications, which isn’t explained clearly enough by doctors. It is my hope that you feel more informed about the dangers of acid blockers by the end of this two part article. Acid blocking...

How to overcome anaemia

In order to overcome anaemia, you have to know two things: First, what kind of anaemia do you have? Second, why do you have it in the first place? Once you know the answers to these questions, overcoming anaemia isn’t that difficult in most cases. I want to be very clear that anaemia is very common, much more common than your doctor will tell you. In fact, I’d say that fully 50% of my clients have some form of anaemia or mild nutrient deficiency. The consequences of not dealing with this can be profound because the nutrient deficiencies that...

Do you get belching and gas after eating?

You shouldn’t really have belching or gas after a meal and if you do, it’s a strong indicator of digestive problems. But don’t worry, you can take simple steps to improve things, as I describe below. Belching and gas typically indicate that you have low stomach acid (hypochlorhydria) or pancreatic insufficiency (low pancreatic enzyme levels), or that you have bacterial overgrowth in your gut (SIBO). The sooner you belch or feel bloated after eating, the more likely it is to be low stomach acid causing the problem, and the longer the symptoms take to kick in, the more likely...
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