4. Gut

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It will be difficult to regain your health if you do not repair and improve gut health.

Diet and supplements used in steps 1 to 3 can be helpful,  however you may also need to improve your overall gut health through diet and nutritional therapies.  Your health professional may recommend a

  • gluten free/casein free diet
  • low – no sugar and yeast diet for candida
  • SIBO diet or low thiol / amylose diet for other gut infections and IBS
  • SCD, Paleo, GAPS, Keto
  • Other ie a diet high in resistant starch!
  • Prebiotics/probiotics
  • A leaky gut protocol like the one recommended by Dr Jockers https://drjockers.com/leaky-gut-protocol/

For severe gut inflammation/IBD, medicines like Naltrexone (other) and following IBD recommendations like the following can help. *


*NOTE 2-7% of people with Inflammatory Bowel Disease have a problem with pharmacological food intolerance (psuedo allergy) – salicylates, amines, glutamate.

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