A Healthy Gut
Do you suffer from irritable bowel symdrome, leaky gut, an imbalance of the microbiota? Are you struggling with candida, parasites, SIBO or an inflammatory bowel disease such as Crohn’s or ulcerative colitis? We regulalry come across in consultation day after day, that health begins with the belly. Immune system, mental and neurological health depend on a healthy microbiota. Dietary hypersensitivity, intolerances or allergies begin with an unbalanced stomach and microbiota. Many neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s, originate in the intestines.
It is important to understand that what might be causing your irritable bowel symptoms in order to adopt an approach that goes to the root of the problem. In naturopathy, we do not speak of cure, but of relief and prevention.
Several approaches and tools in the scientific literature that have proved their worth!
SIBO or chronic bacterial colonization of the small intestine can make people’s life very painful: intestinal gas, bloating, diarrhea, abdominal pain, etc.
It is possible to get to the root cause and relieve SIBO through wholistic approaches and nutrition.
Crohn and Colitis
Inflammatory diseases such as Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis are chronic diseases and therefore severe health problems. Adequate follow-up with your doctor and your naturopath is essential. Holistic approaches can help to relieve them or prevent a relapse.
The gut may be too porous and thus allow undesirable elements to enter the bloodstream. Holistic approaches can help relieve the porous bowel by helping to repair tight junctions.
Everything starts from the belly
Everything starts from our first brain, which is the belly! As soon as there is an imbalance of the microbiota with its intestinal bacteria or that there is an intestinal problem, the whole organism suffers the consequences.
Irritable bowel syndrome, a porous intestine or inflammatory bowel diseases (Crohn’s and colitis), and linked to several health problems that concern the whole organism. Researchers and clinicians alike have in fact observed that food hypersensitivities, autoimmune diseases (other than intestinal), neurodevelopment and neurodegenerative diseases as well as a weakened immune system are linked to the intestines.
To prevent diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, it is essential to know the connection between our gut and our brain, that is, realizing that our diet and lifestyle have a direct impact on the development of diseases.
It is therefore important to take care of your belly to promote a healthy digestion, knowing that at the same time we are taking care of our neuropsychical health. In short, becoming aware and taking care of this connection between the intestine and the brain promotes healthy aging.
Warning: the recommendations made in consultation are not intended to treat a disease and we encourage you to tell your doctor about your naturopathic procedures.