5 Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Tips: MUST WATCH!
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hey guys dr. Burke here in this video we’re going to talk about IBS tips irritable bowel syndrome if you have that listen and learn because there are several things that you can do to really greatly reduce the pain inflammation bloating in your intestines number one gluten now you probably already know this gluten is the protein in grains okay specifically wheat and you probably already gave that up but if you haven’t if you just cut out gluten you probably will notice 50% of the symptoms go completely away overnight okay and but I don’t want you to have any grains because it’s hard to digest grains and there’s not a lot of nutrition and grains either so just to avoid them all you probably already did that but I just want to mention that’s the top top thing and by the way if you’re allergic to gluten the reason why you’re allergic because the true allergy is to a protein and gluten is the protein in the grain okay the same thing with dairy see sometimes people think chickens and eggs are dairy they’re not dairy is milk derivatives anything from milk cheese milk yogurt kefir that’s dairy and so you have the protein in dairy it’s called casein and you might have a casein allergy okay but you also could have a lactose intolerance that’s different but that can create digestive problems so with IBS you have a combination of allergies and tolerances and just sensitivities okay two different foods now this is really cool number three when someone comes in with an IBS flare-up I always ask them number one when did it happen okay when number one number two what did you eat but normally they can’t remember so they don’t keep a food lock so what I want you to do is keep a food log because if you can isolate when you started having problems and then you knew what you ate then we can narrow down very quickly what you need what’s irritating your gut okay is it an allergy is it a sensitivity and the problem is when you eat a lot of combination of foods you know it’s really hard because there’s too many variables so if you have IBS it’s better to have maybe one or two foods that time that you’re eating so we can narrow it down and just from a process of elimination we can find out what you can eat and what you can’t eat okay don’t keep eating things that are irritating your gut alright so when did it start what did you eat keep a log very important fermented foods that would be like sauerkraut kefir things that are already broken down those are easy to digest very smart to start eating these foods if you have IBS because it helps heal the area there’s other products you can take too like glutamine and even cabbage juice is good but that will actually help like fermented cabbage juice is even better but that will actually help the IBS now the last thing we’re talking about is acid stomach now if you’re consuming an allergy the purpose of the stomach is to break down proteins including things that you’re alerted to which are proteins okay so if your stomach is too alkaline you’re not going to break those down so it’s going to bypass the stomach these proteins get into your small intestine and irritate that heck out of your colon creating all sorts of problems so just by acidifying your stomach you can create a lot of benefits so I use something called apple cider vinegar plus this has a concentrated outside of vinegar plus something called betaine hydrochloride which basically acidifies your stomach and what happens is that if your stomach is acid you will be able to break down things that you’re allergic to at the stomach level and not them let them invade the rest of the intestinal tract where they’re irritating the heck out of your intestines there’s a huge connection between your pH especially of the stomach and allergies okay people develop allergies in general and talk about food allergies and environmental when they have an alkaline system an / alkaline system okay you maybe have heard the opposite but it’s not true it’s an alkaline system so if you were just to acidify the system you would probably get rid of more allergies okay so it starts with the stomach stomach is the most important one acidify so getting in our stomach help break things down less irritation in the gut alright hope that helped I will see you in the next video
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Dr. Berg explains the common triggers for IBS – irritable bowel syndrome.
1. Avoid gluten
3. Food log – when did it happen and what occurred just before?
4. Fermented foods
5. Acid stomach
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