By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC
Have you ever been told that you are sensitive or that your stomach is sensitive? Many people with IBS have what is called a sensitive stomach. A meal too high in fat, a stressful situation, alcohol, and reactions to certain medications can trigger gas, stomach pains, bloating, diarrhea which all cause irritable bowel symptoms which leads to more stress to the person being effected. There are serious conditions that can cause IBS and those need to be ruled out by your doctor. These include colitis, Chron’s, Celiac and even cancers. Once ruled out you can start to think about a different type of test for IBS that is extremely comprehensive and accurate in pin pointing reasons for symptoms.
Some success stories:
*Young boy with eczema and loose stools: ended up having 2 staph bacteria causing symptoms
*Lady in hospital not wanting to have colon removed: ended up having food intolerance and one parasite.
*Man with stomach migraines so bad he went to the hospital regularly for help: ended up having Yersinia bacteria which is from under-cooked pork.
*Lady with acne and IBS: ended up having a parasite – once properly supported, her skin and IBS cleared up.
IBS happens to the best of us. Some people can clear it up with probiotics, aloe, glutamine and other supportive supplements. Other people need to dig deeper to get to the root cause and do a test for IBS in the stool to get answers.
Either way, we are here to help you feel your best! Along with test results you receive a protocol to support optimal gut health. Always review test results with your medical doctor.
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Medical disclaimer: Our test for IBS symptoms and other tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.
Sanjay Gupta, MD. “Is It An Upset Stomach Or Irritable Bowel Syndrome? | Dr. Sanjay Gupta | Everyday Health”. Everydayhealth.com. N.p., 2014. Web. 14 July 2016.