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Could it be more than irritable bowel syndrome?

Irritable bowel syndrome? Or H-pylori
and other nasty bugs?

Sophie, a 33-year old Mum was complaining of irritable bowels (bloating, stomach pain and loose stools).

Whilst these symptoms were unpleasant, Sophie was more concerned about her ability to be a good mum and was worried something sinister might be going on.

She was also concerned because the docs had given her the blanked diagnosis of “irritable bowel syndrome” and sent her home.

I disagreed – I knew something had to be causing her symptoms, so I recommended she run a comprehensive stool test.

When we ran her first stool test, we found she had not one, not two, and not even three bad bugs living in her stomach and intestine.

We actually found no less than FOUR different bad bugs, which is a lot.

One was a nasty little parasite called Giardia, another parasite was detected, called Blastocystis hominis.

She also had C. difficile, which can also cause lots of tummy trouble – it’s been in the news a lot in recent times.

Finally, Sophie had a strong yeast and fungal overgrowth.

Check out the test result here:

I worked with Sophie for several months, helping her every step of the way by designing a diet and individualized supplement program to help get rid of all these nasty critters AND repair her damaged intestines.

Sophie followed my recommendations diligently – more power to her! She did brilliantly.

We ran a re-test several months later, after her recovery plan had been completed. Here are the results:

No sign of any bad bugs.

And all Sophie’s digestive symptoms had gone, enabling her to go back to being an energized and focused Mum!

In the space of just a few short months, Sophie was able to defy medical opinion, get to the root cause of her symptoms, and finally address the reasons’ why she wasn’t feeling well.

Anyone – including you – can do it too. All you need do is bite the bullet and take a stool test.

Don’t forget, they are done in the privacy of your own home. You just send off a sample in the packaging provided.

A professional lab does the analysis, and emails results. The we can get to work.

(And if it comes back blank, you get a full refund).

You can arrange test, or find out more about it, here.