What Causes Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- posted: Jul. 30, 2021
Suffering from IBS, bloating, pain, constipation, and diarrhea? With no cure in sight, I know it can be maddening. So why can't your doctor give you a straight answer of why you feel this way.
In this video, I'll not only share with you the possible causes of Irritable Bowel Syndrome but why your conventionally trained doctor is unable to help.
First off, IBS can be so confusing, because it's really just a blanket diagnosis that describes a list of symptoms like bloating, diarrhea, constipation, and nausea. In truth, these symptoms can be caused by a wide range of GI issues, so the diagnosis tells us nothing.
To make matters worse, traditionally, trained GI doctors typically only perform scopes when these people are dealing with serious GI issues, which is helpful for some conditions but doesn't begin to uncover the issues happening on the microbiome level, which can often be the case so often. People who are diagnosed with IBS can't get answers as to the root cause.
The other two causes of GI issues can include Leaky Gut or permeability of the gut, which allows bacteria and food particles to infiltrate your blood pathogens and bacterial infections. It can be another cause of gluten sensitivity and other food sensitivities.
In my practice, we do advanced gut testing to get to the bottom of your IBS symptoms so you can finally get the answers you need. We have a step-by-step protocol to treat all the conditions I mentioned above, we will evaluate your diet, nutritional status, emotional health, and exercise.
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