I’ve been frightened about my health twice.
The second time was when I was lying in bed on holiday in Egypt with such severe chest pains that I though something was seriously wrong.
When I vomited several hours later, the pain largely went away, and so did my worry.
But the chest burning and pain quickly turned to abdomen cramps, gas, bloating and diarrhea (with a little blood and mucus in it).
That was in 2004, and most of those symptoms gradually went away.
But until 2007, I felt tired and lethargic. I wasn’t sleeping well, and I often felt anxious.
Looking back, I wasted three whole years because I simply didn’t know what to do.
I lost a good part of my sex drive, too, and I’m not embarrassed to share with you that I had trouble with getting a proper erection.
Talk about confidence and self-esteem going down the drain.
It was the last part that tipped the scale for me – I couldn’t carry on.
So I ran a stool test, and as you know it detected H. pylori, as you can see below.
When I retested, the H. pylori had gone, but the retest showed I had a parasite called Blastocystis hominis, and some mold overgrowth (yes mold overgrowth), again as you can see below:
In my experience since 2007, every client I’ve worked with who had digestive problems was infected with one or more bad bugs, and H. pylori infections are just the tip of the iceberg.
And some folk who didn’t have digestive symptoms, but felt lousy with low energy, mood swings and other problems felt tons better once they got rid of bad bugs in their guts!
Unless you get yourself tested, you won’t know why you feel unwell.
And don’t forget, it’s done in the privacy and comfort of your own home (find out more, or order your test here)
Of course I’m biased, but getting a risk-free stool test done is a hugely beneficial investment, and the test we now use is BETTER than the one I used all those years ago.
Why is it risk free? Well if we don’t find the cause of your symptoms in your stool test, I’ll refund every penny.
You can’t lose and I guess that’s all I can say.