Dr. Pamela Nathan DHM L.Ac. has been delivering health to your front door since 1998. Happy patients in over 78 countries. Want an Appointment? Book Now

Free Shipping Over $69**

Shopping Cart

Your cart is currently empty.

Dysbiosis Treatment

A couple of the major functions of the intestines are breaking down food and allowing nutrients to be absorbed into the body. These nutrients help our bodies grow, fight off infection, and perform other necessary processes. Absorption is disrupted when harmful gut flora takes over the intestines (dysbiosis). However, we can tip the scales back toward proliferation of healthy intestinal flora, and a decrease in bad bacteria, through dysbiosis treatment.

There are many lifestyle factors that can lead to dysbiosis, including eating too much processed food, not managing stress well, and taking certain medications. If you’ve found yourself with a dysbiosis diagnosis, there are things you can do to reverse the situation.

Dysbiosis Treatment Through High Fiber Intake

Dysbiosis is often treated with a diet high in soluble and insoluble fiber. This treatment—in combination with a diet low in saturated fat and animal protein—is known to reduce concentrations of Bacteroides and increase the amount of lactic acid-producing good bacteria like Lactobacillus and Bifidobacteria.

Fermented Foods as a Dysbiosis Treatment

Fermented foods like fresh yogurt are helpful dysbiosis treatments. However, since dairy products have a variable effect on gut conditions, it’s best to opt for yogurts made with coconut, almond, or soy milk. Other fermented foods that are good for treating dysbiosis include sauerkraut, kim chee, and tempeh (fermented soybeans).

Whole Vegetables as a Dysbiosis Treatment

When the bowel is overrun with yeast or bad bacteria, the last thing you want to do is feed it sugar. Non-starchy vegetables are a great food for the gut, because they have healing properties and little sugar.

These are just a few of the best dysbiosis treatments that you can work with to reverse overgrowth of harmful bacteria and yeast in the intestines. For other treatments, talk to your health practitioner.

Copyright © 2018 Ecology Health Center / Crohns.net - HealthyLifeUSA.