Recently I was on vacation in Mangawhai, New Zealand renting an Air BnB with my family when we ran out of tap water at our air BnB. We had been warned that we were on rainwater and that the entire town was on water restrictions yet within 5 short days we had drained the remainder of the water tank.
The burning symptoms of acid reflux in the chest or throat can be extremely uncomfortable and damaging to the GI lining. As someone who used to experience heartburn several times a week, I wish I knew these natural remedies for acid reflux which I learned from my amazing instructor from the Nutritional Therapy Consulting program through the NTA.
One of the first tests I took back when I first started to make changes in my health was a candida test where I tested at a level of 4/6 through bio-resonance testing. Having high candida levels was part of the reason as to why I constantly felt bloated, had a coated tongue, a noisy growling stomach, was prone to headaches, had tearing and burning eyes and felt tired at times.
I first became aware of lactobacillus l reuteri through what I would call an intuitive dream. I have come to learn that when insights or intuition hits to it is something to pay attention to so when I woke in the middle of the night from a deep sleep with the words lactobacillus l reuteri in my head and the impression/feeling that L reuteri was connected to SIBO I made a point of waking myself up enough to repeat the name lactobacillus L reuteri several times in my head while reminding myself to make sure I remembered the name of this l reuteri probiotic that I had never really heard of or paid any special attention to. (You know you’re a gut health/ nutrition nerd when your dreaming of probiotics lol)
Inflammation and oxidative stress are considered an underlying cause in many inflammatory diseases, therefore reducing inflammation in the body with molecular hydrogen can have big health benefits with positive ripple effects throughout the entire body.
Turmeric is a spice that has been used for thousands of years and is recognized for its medicinal properties that comes from the curcumin polyphenol that is found in turmeric and aids in the management of oxidative and inflammatory conditions.
Curcumin vs turmeric
Curcumin is the extract out of turmeric root which contains the anti-inflammatory properties that make turmeric root so popular. But curcumin and turmeric are not the same, so what is the difference between turmeric and curcumin? Only 3-5 % of the turmeric root is curcumin and it is the curcumin that contains the anti-inflammatory properties which is why curcumin powder is way more effective at reducing inflammation than just turmeric root or turmeric powder.
The combination of Probiota Histaminx, liposomal vitamin c with phosphatidylcholine and histamine block containing diamine oxidase results in 3 powerful supplements to reduce histamine in the body, but how are these supplements so effective at reducing histamine in the body and the symptoms associated with histamine intolerance.
What Causes Fatty Liver? The Connection Between Fatty Liver, a Choline Deficiency and SNP's In The PEMT Gene
Fatty liver is becoming an epidemic problem affecting approximately 25% of the US population, but there is a genetic component related to fatty liver along with a choline deficiency all contributing to fatty liver. If you have fatty liver symptoms such as small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, bloating, weight gain, insulin resistance, fatigue, pain or discomfort in the upper right abdomen and nausea know that there are things that you can start doing today to reverse fatty liver.
Having the MTHFR gene mutation, additional SNP’s in the methylation pathway or poor methylation can contribute to histamine intolerance as the primary function of the methylation pathway is to produce the methyl donor called SAMe (also known as s-adenosyl methionine) SAMe is a cofactor for the HNMT enzyme which metabolizes intracellular histamine inside the cell.
After years of experiencing symptoms of SIBO such as acid reflux, loose stools, a noisy growling stomach and tenderness when palpating my upper abdomen I finally pinpointed SIBO as the cause of my digestive symptoms, with the root of the problem being linked to poor methylation and a sluggish gallbladder. The 2 primary supplements that I used to overcome my SIBO symptoms was ox bile from seeking health and optimal PC (contains sunflower lecithin and phosphatidylcholine) from seeking health.
Eating foods high in folate and vitamin B2 is the best diet for MTHFR if someone has the MTHFR gene mutation as the function of the MTHFR gene is to convert folate into the active form called methylfolate. For the MTHFR enzyme to function and convert folate into methylfolate the MTHFR gene requires vitamin B2 as a co-factor which is why it is crucial for someone with an MTHFR gene mutation to eat foods high in folate and B2.
While I have read many books on the topic of nutrition and health and spent countless hours listening to podcasts…. And by hours, I mean years. These authors and books have stood out in ways that other books have not. The messages in each book are truly profound. All these books have had an impact on my life and the lives in which I touch through my nutritional coaching. These 7 books are my top books on nutrition and healthy eating for weight loss, digestive health, and overall health.
With so many supplement companies and products claiming to be the best it can be hard for the consumer to know how to choose a supplement brand or what vitamins are worth taking. The quality of a supplement and the forms of the vitamins and minerals used determines whether taking supplements is worth your money.
This homemade vitamin c serum is super easy to make, effective and inexpensive. Learning how to make a homemade vitamin c serum is a lot easier than most people realize. I prefer to make a liposomal vitamin c serum that is mixed with aloe for a simple vitamin c serum that can be made in minutes. Seriously it is that easy!
MTHFR... sounds like mother fucker and it sure can be if you have this genetic mutation. Having SNP’s In the MTHFR gene or the methylation pathway can contribute to SIBO. But what is the connection between, poor methylation, MTHFR, a sluggish gallbladder and SIBO?
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