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Are You Suffering Dysbiosis?

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The term dysbiosis refers to a microbial imbalance within the intestines. Its pattern and symptoms were first described by Dr. Eli Metchnikoff in the early 1920s. He won a Nobel Prize for his work.

Dysbiosis can occur for a number of reasons, including ingestion of contaminated food and taking antibiotics to kill off an infection. Symptoms include gas after eating, abdominal discomfort, constipation and/or diarrhea, and sometimes a leaky bowel syndrome.

If you have more than two bowel movements per day or display any of these systems, you may very well have dysbiosis.

Dysbiosis is also associated with a number of other medical problems such as chronic fatigue, joint pain, fibromyalgia, allergies, yeast infection, thrust infection, fatigue, lower libido, mental fog, weight gain, nail fungi, and depression.

Another symptom of dysbiosis that I did not mention was Potty Breath, which is a very bad breath.

The onset and persistence of any of these symptoms may indicate you want to be evaluated for dysbiosis.

The problem can be caused by a diet high in carbohydrates and sugar. Therefore you should avoid sugar and also avoid the sugar supplement Splenda.

The pattern of dysbiosis can be corrected by eating a vegetable-based diet. Using probiotics is also suggested.

Remember to decrease sugar in your diet, eliminate Splenda and you want to limit the amount of protein in your diet because it is also linked to dysbiosis.
 

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