Healing Digestive Dis-eases like Crohns, IBS & Colitis
Millions of people today suffer from digestive-related conditions like Colitis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Crohn's Disease.
The medical world tends to label these diseases as mysterious or genetic and yet the truest truth is that ALL of these dis-eases are absolutely preventable and can be healed by 'cleaning house' and following some steps and simple protocols.
99% of the time, diseases that form in the intestines or bowel are caused by the overconsumption of dead animals (meat), a lack of plant and fibrous foods, supplements being stuck in the colon and not drinking nearly enough water on a daily basis.
If you've been diagnosed with colitis, you'll be familiar with some of it's unpleasant symptoms like diarrhoea, abdominal pain and rectal bleeding.
Colitis is one of a group of conditions known collectively as inflammatory bowel disease.
Ulcerative colitis causes open sores in the large intestine and almost always results in bloody or watery stools.
Plain colitis, which is less severe, doesn’t involve ulcers and tends to be confined to the upper part of the large intestine.
The good news is that you can 'un-cause' these symptoms and discomforts by overhauling your eating habits so that your digestive system has the chance to cleanse itself and heal.
To begin with, you can relieve the pain by incorporating immediately into your diet a variety of herbs, seeds and spices like cayenne, chamomile, comfrey, ginger, peppermint, psyllium husks and slippery elm.
Also, kick up your intake of high water content, friendly fruits like melons and payayas and smooth vegetables like sweet potatoes.
The other key solution is to begin including fermented foods like homemade sauerkraut, organic yogurts, buttermilk, raw kefirs and organic sour cream (if organically raised dairy is not offensive to you) and naturally brewed fermented drinks like, preservative-free beer and Kombucha.
Crohn’s disease causes inflammation in the small intestine. Although it can affect any part of the digestive tract from the mouth to the anus, it usually occurs in the lower part of the small intestine, called the ileum.
The inflammation extends deeply into the lining of the affected organ. The inflammation can cause pain and can make the intestines empty frequently, resulting in diarrhoea.
Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory.
Diarrhoea and abdominal pain, often in the lower right area, are the most common symptoms of Crohn’s disease although rectal bleeding, weight loss and fever may also be evident. Bleeding may be serious and persistent, leading to anaemia.
To heal Crohn's, start by avoiding like the plague, fatty foods such as deep fried or battered fast food, margarine, bacon, processed meats, gravies and processed sweets, sugars, cakes and biscuits.
Be aware that abdominal discomfort may occur if by eating foods high in fibre simply because they're unable to adequately pass through the digestive tract due to serious blockages already in the colon.
The simple solution for any digestive disease is to fast on juice or water for a multiple days to release any stress from your digestive system and give it the opportunity to heal.
Then, by paying attention to your diet and including the foods that I've mentioned above, walking and ensuring that you're drinking enough water, you'll see these conditions remiss.
If for any reason going on an extended 'fast' is too much for you right now, the next best thing would be to get a hold of some Bentonite Clay or my Cleanse Me 2-part colon cleanse protocol (which includes Bentonite Clay) and to kick start some house cleaning.
If your suffering from digestive related illness, using these products will be uncomfortable at first, but it's the only way that you're going to be able to speed up the process of eliminating the toxicities that are stored in your digestive tract that are causing the symtoms in the first place.
Once you've managed to do this and you're able to lay down the meats and supplements that are the number one cause of all of these dis-eases, you won't know yourself.