so, you've got irritable bowel syndromewhat do you do about it nowé well anti spasmodic tablets that your can prescribe will help but an awful lot of this is downto you. You can make an enormous difference to your symptoms, maybe not get rid of them completely but certainly learn to manage them The first thing to think about is the stressin your life. I know it's really difficult to address stress,especially if you're feeling unwell at the same time
but it's a vicious cycle. If you're morestressed you get more symptoms if you've got more symptoms you can get morestressed. Take a long hard look at how you might be able to cut back the stress in your life. Next,let's think about diet and actually that can have an impact on stress as well really importantly eat regular meals. Don'trush, don't eat them on the go sit down to eat them regularly and try toeat at a leisurely pace, that really can make a difference. Missingmeals
can also make a big difference so tryand make time regularly. In terms of what you're eating at those meals, that also is key, andthat slightly depends on what kind of IBS you've got if diarrhoea if your big issue, you may wantto avoid fibre, and certainly limit fibre. If constipation is your big issue, some forms of fibre may really be able to help, but whateveryour symptoms are you may find that limiting the amount of fruit thatyou eat to maybe two or three pieces
a day, and eating certain kinds of fruit and vegetables will make a bigdifference. For instance fibre, we tend to think of as wholemeal this, high grain that, actually there are two kinds of fibre. One of them iscalled soluble fibre, and the people who have constipation related IBS, soluble fiber may be really useful. Sofor instance substituting oats for wheat and highgrain
foods, can make a big difference. Oats are really high in soluble fibre. Whatever you do, don'tsprinkle bran on your cereal or eat a high bran cereal for breakfast that's insoluble fiber that can makethings worse. other sources of soluble fibre mightinclude strawberries aubergines, broccoli and so on if you're going to have fruit, you maywant to take the skin off it because a lot of fruit including thingslike plums and pears
have soluble fibre, but they haveinsoluble fibre on the skin. It's kind of turning the usualrules about fibre on its head but see what works for you. Do make sureyou drink plenty of fluids but that's nonalcoholic, nonfizzy fluids and you may want to reduce the amount ofcaffeine you eat drink some people are very sensitive tocaffeine that's not just in coffee but also in tea and chocolate, just be aware. You may find
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How To Effectively Treat A SIBO Infection
Greetings. It's naturopath Eric Bakker fromNew Zealand, author of Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of dietarysupplements. Thanks for tuning into my tutorial. I've done quite a few tutorials already on SIBO,small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. This tutorial is going to be about how to effectivelytreat SIBO. Let's have a good look at how we can offer the patient with SIBO some reallygood natural solutions on how to nail this thing. The different kinds of treatment optionsI recommend. What is already available out there, what experts are recommending, andwhat I recommend. I'm by no means an expert. I don't considermyself an expert. Some people call me an expert.
I consider myself still a student and a practitioner.When you see patients, you're a ian, and you have a practice, which means you'restill practicing, you're far from perfect. And anyone who claims to be perfect and whoknows everything, you need to avoid these kind of practitioners because there is a lotto learn. I can tell you that much. Treating people with SIBO is not really unliketreating people with a Candida yeast infection. It's quite similar really, when we think aboutit. Candida yeast infections are opportunistic infections. But the difference between Candidaand SIBO is Candida is a fungal or yeast infection. Whereas, SIBO is a bacterial infection. Whatwe've basically got is an overgrowth. We've
got an imbalance. When you've got an imbalancein your digestive system, it means that you've got an imbalance in your life. Something isnot right. You're doing too much of something or not enough. There is an imbalance goingon. When I wrote my Candida Crusher book, I wroteabout basically if you go into one of the introduction chapters, you'll see I've gota see saw with resistance on one side and susceptibility on the other side. It's a fineeven balance. If you've got a heavy person on one side, if you're pushing down too hard,you're going to create an imbalance on the other side and vice versa. If we look at themiddle, the balance, it's stress. Stress you
can break down, and understand there are manydifferent kinds of stress that can cause imbalances in people's lives.If we draw stress â€“ I'll just get a piece of paper and I'll show you what I mean becauseit's good to illustrate what I'm talking about here. Stress comes in all shapes and forms.We can see the stress triangle here; you can see that one. If we look at the top part here,the little pinnacle of stress, that's emotional stress at the top. Because I believe thatthe biggest stresses in our lives are people and how we feel about people and how theyfeel about us. They're huge stresses. Stresses that we've got at home with our partner orour children or teenagers or mother in law
or a mother or father or our neighbors oremployersemployees. These are massive stresses. We've got many other stresses in that trianglethat affects the susceptibility and the resistance to disease. When you're doing good things,you become more resistant. When you're doing things that are not so good, you're becomingmore susceptible. We can shift that goal post either way depending on our attitude, dependingon the changes that we're willing to make. Patients that I see with SIBO lead imbalancedlives quite often or they'll do things to themselves that will cause them to be moresusceptible to SIBO. For example, taking an antibiotic. I've done tutorials on this. Youcan have a look at that, antibiotics. Or,
for example, the causes of SIBO. Pharmaceuticalmedications, medications to block stomach acid, medications to stop pain we call nonsteroidaldrugs. Advil, for example, paracetamol. These sort of medications can make us more susceptibleto SIBO because they can attack our digestive system. Antibiotics are a key cause as well.One of the biggest causes, in fact, when it comes to pharmaceuticals.But this tutorial is not about causes. It's about treatment. I want you to understand that stresspackaged in many shapes and forms will make us more susceptible. So treating a diseaseis about understanding your risks and reducing the ability of the bacteria to overgrow inthe first place because that's the most important