The digestive system can be sick in many ways. Some diseases are symptoms of other diseases. Many diseases are associated with dysbiosis or leaky bowel syndrome. It's good to know what this is; perhaps it is the root cause of your digestive disease. Additionally, you can read below about food such as herbs and vegetables that are alltogether to resolve diseases of the digestive system.
Bowels of the digestive system
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease
Nausea and vomiting
There are a large number of diseases that is associated with the digestive system. A dysbiosis is also called the early stage of leaky gut syndrome. Be aware that dysbiosis is often caused by the use of antibiotics. These substances we have given far too often as a medicine; Dutch GPs are overly generous with it. There is no meat in the world that is so full of antibiotics is as Dutch meat. The Dutch meat industry to use antibiotics as a preventive measure; otherwise the beef cattle, swine for breeding, -kalkoenen and -discharge die en masse. They live close together, namely, many skin wounds and sit under the poop of their closest neighbors. That is the reason that these animals very quickly become ill and therefore they need antibiotics to keep upright. In spite of these antibiotics, there is still a risk of diseases, such as the avian flu in chickens and ducks. This disease does not occur in birds that live in the wild. The meat industry practices deliver super profits for those companies which present themselves falsely as farms; it is technically industries that animals in the shortest possible time to raise luncheon meat, salami, slices of sausage, liver paste and chopped.
Another disease of the digestive system is constipation. That can be prevented and cured by eating fiber. In addition, eating bitter substances good for constipation. Irritable bowel syndrome constipation has as one of its symptoms. This disease is also caused by antibiotics and dysbiosis as a root cause. Diarrhea is a symptom of irritable bowel syndrome but can also be the result of a plethora of toxic drugs, chemicals, or inflammation. When the body absorbs nutrients not enough we speak of malabsorption. This is due to damage to the intestinal villi. Stress and age are important factors in this disease but also a lack of enzymes plays a key role.
Obesity is a disease which is caused in many instances by a too slow-acting liver. You can stimulate the liver by taking in bitter substances. The use of ginger can help. There are many more diseases associated with obesity, also referred to as obesity. Obesity may be a harbinger of cancer, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, stroke and diabetes or diabetes mellitus type 2.
A chronic inflammatory bowel disease is a very serious disease. It is an auto-immune disorder. Crohn's disease is a form of this chronic inflammatory bowel disease. It is often associated with bacterial infections, viral infections, malabsorption, food shortages, anemia, and osteoporosis.
Nausea and vomiting are unpleasant but relatively less serious diseases, compared with the aforementioned digestive diseases. It may be a reaction to food or medication, but it can also be a symptom of another condition, such as sickness or food poisoning. In addition, it is a symptom of pregnancy, gastritis, shock, obstruction of the intestines, concussion, altitude sickness, inner ear infection, or brain tumor.
Mouth ulcers such as canker sores can be annoying and painful. A herpes virus can be the cause of a mouth ulcer. Other possible causes include food allergies, dysbiosis, amalgam fillings, medicines, cigarettes, blunts, alcohol, colitis or Crohn's disease.
Using too many bad cooking oil can cause heartburn.
Heartburn is not good for you. Too much heartburn can damage the esophagus and give even esophageal cancer, which is a serious, fatal disease. Causes can include chronic constipation, stress, obesity, excess alcohol consumption and overeating of sugar and trans fats.
Diverticulitis is an infection in a bulging of the intestinal wall. There remains a food in a seating protrusion which can rot because it can not from the intestines and therefore there is an increased risk of infection. It is especially common in people over 50 years. A lack of exercise, too much refined foods and prolonged constipation are among the leading causes. Symptoms include painful cramping, irregular bowel movements, sometimes blood in the stools, flatulence and fever.
Legumes such as beans need to correct a lot of extra food to suffer from flatulence.
Flatulence or flatulence is a nasty disease which is actually a result of bloating. It is primarily because the intestines do not produce enough enzymes to digest some foods. The most stupid thing you can do is avoid these foods final forever then. For example if you get short of flatulence from legumes is very likely that if you eat legumes two weeks, flatulence is over after two weeks. Flatulence is caused by a deficiency in enzymes. Your body adapts to the food and the intestinal flora plus the enzyme stock will improve over time as you eat certain types of food more often.
Gastritis and peptic ulcers are infections in the stomach wall. The causes are stress, medications, poor digestion and inferior people enter like microwave food. In the field of medicine, in particular, aspirin and ibuprofen provide for an increased risk of gastritis. If you've had more stomach ulcers and you are suffering from acute stomach pain can not be cured quickly with herbs; then there is a risk of gastrointestinal perforation and should go straight to a GP who will refer you to a hospital.
Gallstones are not such a problem. Almost everyone has them. But if you have too much gallstones can lead to a blockage of the bile duct. That causes a lot of pain. An inflamed gall bladder leads to indigestion and pain. If you have gallbladder trouble, if you want to avoid this, you often eat artichokes. Also milk thistle, turmeric, goldenrod and fragrant vervain are both preventive and curative for gallbladder problems.
Liver problems are mainly caused by the transit of alcohol and drugs. The skin communicates with the liver. A poorly functioning liver can lead to skin diseases such as eczema and psoriasis. Milk thistle is the best way to optimize the liver function. Milk thistle can even make healthy liver after eating mushrooms which are known as lethal.
Chili works well with parasites.
Parasites in the intestines are known as helminths, nematodes, roundworms or tapeworms, These parasites in turn cause a variety of diseases such as allergies, bleeding, lack of nutrients, intestinal problems, pain and migraine. It is well known that raw meat may be contaminated with tapeworms, but also vegetable or fruit may have been infected with parasites. There are several herbs that work well with parasites. The most effective herb is absinth wormwood. That is so bitter that the parasites attach equal less quickly to the body. Also, pumpkin seeds, red pepper, and horseradish are toxic to parasites. A worm treatment is often combined with a laxative for the worms that attach less to run quickly from the body.