Healing Gut Dysbiosis – 5 Tell Tale Signs of Dysbiosis and Leaky Gut

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Dysbiosis is a condition that occurs when there is an imbalance between good bacteria and bad bacteria in the gut. With today’s Standard American Diet (SAD) full of processed foods and sugar, it is more prevalent than ever.

Most people shrug it and its symptoms off as nothing serious. But if it not attended to it can quickly develop into a much more serious problem called Leaky Gut Syndrome.

If you are suffering from any of the leaky gut symptoms below, then you are knowingly or unknowingly suffering from a dysbiosis within your digestive tract. It is in your best interest to start the Leaky Gut Cure program before it gets any worse.

1. Belching, Gas, and/or Bloating

If you inflate like a balloon shortly after eating, then you have a dysbiosis. Those harmful bacteria in your gut are feeding on your meal and producing gas as an unpleasant by-product. This gas first starts to bloat your digestive organs until it eventually finds one of two ways to escape.

You might get lucky if this gas results in a belch. But gas typically follows the direction of the digestive tract where it escapes as loud and/or foul smelling gas. These are also often the initial signs of the development of leaky gut.

2. Constipation and/or Diarrhea

You probably don’t realize it but the bulk of your stool is actually made up of live and dead bacteria from your digestive tract. If you are constipated then that is typically a sign that you lack enough beneficial bacteria or that yeast, fungi, or Candida has taken over.

Diarrhea on the other hand is typically a sign that your body is trying to remove harmful bacteria or parasites in a hurry. Often times this is a losing battle. Either way, both conditions are a result of dysbiosis.

3. Indigestion, Heartburn, and GERD

Often thought of as a problem of excess stomach acid, indigestion is typically a result of the opposite. It is low stomach acid that almost always leads to indigestion, heartburn, and GERD.

This impairs your ability to digest your food properly and is another major contributor to leaky gut. And if you suffer from stomach ulcers, studies show that this is almost always a result of a bacterial infection known as Helicobacter Pylori.

4. Undigested Food in Stool

If you can recognize the foods, you eat in your stool then it is pretty obvious that you are not digesting your food properly. And if you aren’t digesting it then all those harmful bacteria, parasites, and yeast are. This drives your dysbiosis as it is a very common reason why these pathogens survive and thrive in your gut.

5. Fatigue

These harmful bacteria and pathogens create toxic by-products that your body must absorb and properly process which leads to an immune response. In many cases of gut dysfunction, as with leaky gut, this also causes a build-up of inflammation that often times finds its way to the brain.

As a result, your body is busy using your energy for immune purposes and is less interested in providing you energy to help get you through your day.

Fixing the Underlying Problem of Dysbiosis

If you want relief from your dysbiosis symptoms, then you must clear the underlying problem. If you stop feeding it, then it can’t survive. If you do continue to feed it then it won’t be long before it develops into something more severe and debilitating like leaky gut syndrome.

The first thing you need to do is get sugar out of your diet to starve off the harmful bacteria, parasites, yeast, and fungi. You also want to feed the beneficial bacteria by adopting a diet for leaky gut and concentrate on eating whole foods and lots of vegetables. The vegetable fiber is what the beneficial bacteria need to survive.

The Most Effective Method to Correct Dysbiosis

The most effective way to clear dysbiosis with long term success is by using a holistic approach to healing leaky gut and attack it from all angles. But nevertheless it is important to clear the problem before it gets any worse. It is never too early or too late to start a proper leaky gut treatment protocol and end your dysbiosis and suffering now.

For more ideas about healing gut dysbiosis, watch this video – Dysbiosis and Leaky Gut

Author Bio:

Karen Brimeyer is a nutritionist, functional medicine practitioner, and health consultant. She has helped over a hundred personal clients heal their leaky gut, digestive problems, lose weight, and resolve their chronic symptoms and conditions.

She is the owner of Optimal Self-Healing in Tampa Bay Florida, a private nutrition and health consultation business and author of the Leaky Gut Cure program.

Karen has worked with a wide variety of populations from new moms to athletes overcome their health problems and achieve optimal health.

Karen found her passion for nutrition as a teenager. While striving to achieve optimal health by following the widely accepted diet and nutrition tips of the media and conventional medicine, she found her own health declining rapidly with the development leaky gut which led to digestive problems and chronic fatigue.

Unwilling to accept her situation, she set out to determine the truth about health which led her through her own research as well as studying and working with some of the best holistic doctors and holistic practitioners in the fields of nutrition, functional medicine, and life coaching.

She has since applied her knowledge with herself to overcome her own leaky gut and achieve an unprecedented level of health and wellbeing. Her happy and healthy pregnancy and now two-year old son, TJ, are a testament to the health she has achieved.To find out more about this program, click on Leaky Gut Cure

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