People with these results have some pretty harsh side effects of poor gut health.
We shouldn’t feel uncomfortable after eating. We should feel energised and ready to move.
When we have problems in the gut, the imbalance in bacteria can cause unwanted reactions that create gases and by-products. This is what gives us that bloated look. It can also make us feel generally a bit ‘ick’.
This bloating can be painful as the gut wasn’t designed to constantly stretch past the normal amount- the smooth muscle that surrounds the gut really feels the impact.
In fact, when we regularly bloat in an abnormal way, we can cause structural damage to something called the tight junctions that provide a very important function in the gut. Tight junctions behave as a ‘selective draw-bridge’, lining the gut, deciding what will and won’t enter the bloodstream. That mechanism can cause a host of issues if it’s not functioning correctly.
IBS 6-8 Week Course
Developed by doctors and naturopaths, its multifaceted approach to gut improvement uses 100% clinically studied ingredients, proven to help in restoring gut health.
It tackles a variety of issues such as general IBS, SIBO, candida, dysbiosis, overgrowth of ‘bad bacteria’ intestinal permeability. Some of the most common causes of gut issues, while also supporting health bacteria balance.
- Growing list of food sensitivities
- Symptoms of bacterial and fungal overgrowth
- Symptoms of leaky gut (or intestinal permeability)
- Symptoms related to chronic stretching of the intestinal walls caused by SIBO/Candida/long-term IBS
- Irregular bowel movements
- Stomach cramps
- Gas/excessive flatulence
Note this is not a diagnostic tool.