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Decrease Chronic Inflammation Now

Decrease Chronic Inflammation Nowinflammation is the root cause of disease

Chronic inflammation is your body’s  immune response to a barrage of environmental, physical and mental invaders. These stressors could be from things like poor diet, toxic chemicals and stress. Research has shown that inflammation in your gut can be the cause of inflammation in your joints and your brain.

What are Some Causes of inflammation?

Poor dietary choices such as processed foods, factory farmed proteins, sugary drinks, trans fats and certain unhealthy saturated fats

  • Gut health issues
  • Food sensitivities
  • Excess alcohol
  • Chronic infections (bacteria, viruses, yeast, parasites)
  • Stress and exhaustion
  • Sedentary lifestyle

What are the Results of Chronic Inflammation?

Over time, chronic inflammation wears out your immune system, leading to chronic diseases and other health issues, including cancer, asthma, autoimmune diseases, allergies, irritable bowel syndrome, arthritis, osteoporosis and premature aging.

Unfortunately, these challenges are often treated with drugs, which may provide temporary relief from the symptoms, but do not treat the root of the problem. In addition, these drugs (and their side effects) sometimes only add to your health problems.

How Can You Reduce Chronic Inflammation?

  • Focus on gut health
  • Eat a plant based diet or as close to as possible
  • Identify and address food sensitivities
  • Identify any chronic gut issues such as bad bacteria, viruses, yeast or parasites
  • Destress, relax and rest more
  • Reduce toxins in your food, home and personal care products

Click here for 10 Ways to fight Chronic Inflammation

How Can You Find Out the Root Cause of Your Inflammation?

With the help of Genova Diagnostics you can figure out where inflammation in your gut may be coming from. They offer easy to use at home gut tests such as the Genova Lab Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis and Parasitology,  which will identify parasites, abnormal bacteria, yeasts and other gastrointestinal issues. The Intestinal Permeability Test will help you determine if you have Leaky Gut.

Testing gives you invaluable information to help you create a game plan that targets the root of inflammation.

Some supplements that help with inflammation are; Probiotics, Co-enzyme Q10, carotenoids, fish oil, selenium, vitamins C, D and E.

At Home Testing for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

How do You Know if You Have Irritable Bowel Syndrome IBS or other Chronic Digestion Issues?

At home diagnostic testing can help you uncover the cause of poor digestion. If you have problems with bloating, constipation, stomach cramps and irregular bowel movements this is a red flag!

Your body is telling you that something is off with your digestion. We know that our digestion is the key to good health both physical and mental.

So, what should you do when you experience symptoms?

Do you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome?Diagnostic testing should be the first step towards addressing what is at the root of your imbalance.

Just recently, a study led by Frederik-Jan van Schooten, PhD, found that a breath test had an 89.4% success rate in predicting IBS on a group of 170 subjects.

“Now we know which chemicals in breath have diagnostic information that we can use to develop noninvasive tools to follow the disease and to steer therapeutic interventions. The article said that testing can make a huge difference in the quality of life for those suffering with gastrointestinal disorders. 

Home Testing for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

At home tests are non-invasive and simple to use; most require urine, saliva or stool samples. A few do require you to have blood drawn and that should be done at a clinic. These tests are a great way to gain knowledge and empower yourself to treat the cause of what is out of balance.

Once you learn of your imbalances and make the necessary changes you can monitor your own progress to keep yourself in optimal health.

 

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