The transition through menopause should be a fairly symptom -free transition, except for no more men
A normal menstrual cycle should be fairly symptom free other than the menstrual flow, and the awaren
Diagnoses such as IBS, SIBO, Leaky Gut, and Ulcerative Colitis describe symptoms of digestive dysfun
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Your body isn’t stupid. There are reasons why your immune system is over reactive to your own tissues. A foundational cause of all AI conditions is intestinal infection/inflammation which sets up your immune cells to over react to microbes, chemicals, and your own tissues. When a body can’t eliminate a toxin through normal excretion routes (urination, bowel movements, sweating, breathing), whi...Hashimoto’s and other Autoimmune conditions.
Arthritis is a classic symptom describing diagnosis, “arth” meaning joint, “itis” meaning inflammation. You know you are in pain, the question is why? Common causes of joint pain are from inflammatory compounds (toxins) being deposited in the tissue because of inadequate liver and/or kidney function not removing the toxins from the blood. Any intestinal inflammation will also add to this d...Arthritis/joint and muscle pain.
Diagnoses such as IBS, SIBO, Leaky Gut, and Ulcerative Colitis describe symptoms of digestive dysfunction, they do not identify why there are symptoms, what is causing the inflammation. The inflammation is how your body is trying to repair, attempting to return to normal function. Functional digestion results in minimal gas, no bloating or other intestinal inflammation, no burping, heartburn or ac...Digestive and Intestinal issues.
A normal menstrual cycle should be fairly symptom free other than the menstrual flow, and the awareness that your body is doing something in your lower abdomen. Cramping, heavy bleeding or little bleeding, PMS feelings, breast tenderness, headaches or migraines, are all symptoms of correctable dysfunction. Most women experiencing these symptoms are also experiencing other improper elimination and/...Menstrual Cycles
The transition through menopause should be a fairly symptom -free transition, except for no more menstrual bleeding and that arousal spark you may have noticed during your ovulation time changes as ovulation stops. The common phenomena of hot flashes, night sweats, and/or emotional turmoil are symptoms of correctable dysfunction. Taking hormones can help reduce and even eliminate some symptoms, bu...Menopause