Tumeric and pomegranate capsules with chicken / carrot diet controlled problems
Posted 20 June 2012 - 06:58 PM
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Posted 25 June 2012 - 11:42 AM
Thanks for that, yes the anti-inflammatory (all from natural foods) are way better for me than the pre and probiotics although my simple paleo style diet may be a kind of pre-biotic for me now.Im measuring my success lately by testing myself with foods not that would cause me a flare up. Wow I am so happy that these natural remedies are making my insides more bullet proof, I even eat some chips from a nasty take away last week and was fine.Not sure if I have a leaky gut. I have slight aspergers traits (good for medical research tho !) and lots of food sensitivity as a kid so would not be surprised. I study neuroscience, believe me trying to understand the Gut is way harder, well due to the fact we are now more ignorant of its workings than the brain.
Hi rogerharris. Curcuma is a good product to start with. I`ve been reading IBS research sice 8 years. There were more and more evidence that IBS is an organic inflammation disease. With Mastcells other immuncells. From what I know, these cells release substances into the gut which irritate gut nerves. also produce cytokines. There is a lot of research in Germany, about IBS inflammation. But It`s not easy to fix. Some have success with mastcells blockers, or mesalazine. http://www.ncbi.nlm....bmed/19438846By the way , with post infectious IBS (what I have), there is 100% chance to have higher immunecell count. You can also consider Bosweila or Fishoil. also a lot of people with IBS have Leaky gut too. Infammation can cause leaky gut. So maybe a stool test can show you, there are markers for leaky gut. Leaky gut can be treated with L-glutamine, antinflammatories, biotin, zinc, MSM . but from what I can tell you It`s very hard to treat. also avoid wheat and milk products, even if there are no intolorance. These rise inflammation.