6 Foods That Can Cure IBS Naturally and The Real Cause of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a condition that plagues and puzzles many people who are unknowingly feeding the disease with improper diet. The cause of IBS has eluded sufferers until recently. Here's how to cure IBS naturally with 6 healing foods.
How to cure IBS naturally is a burning question asked by many who suffer from the condition. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), negatively affects anywhere from ten to fifteen percent of world population. There are two types of IBS -- IBS with diarrhea and IBS with constipation. IBS is characterized as chronic abdominal pain, distension, bloating and flatulence, straining and urgency. IBS is not a diet-related disease and it is not genetic. IBS is caused by strep bacteria.
According to the International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders, a significant proportion – thirty-five to forty percent – of individuals who report IBS in the community are male. Approximately sixty to sixty-five percent of individuals who report IBS in the community are female.
Here's What Causes IBS
The cause of IBS is rather common. Here’s how it goes down: You likely get strep as a kid, and the strep doesn’t go away. Instead, it settles in the body and feeds off food it likes. We can pick up strep from Mom or Dad or other children, or we can pick up strep in bathrooms. Strep is tricky, since we may have a history of strep or chronic throat and ear infections as kids – this is all strep. Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) and even acne are caused by strep. Strep is also the cause of chronic sinusitis and Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), which is an overgrowth of strep according to a 1999 study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology.
Strep is a bacteria that’s becoming stronger and stronger and there’s are many strains. In fact, streptococcus is well on its way to becoming antibiotic resistant. You might even say streptococcus is on its way to becoming the next superbug according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
According to Anthony William, NY Times Best Selling Author of Medical Medium Life-Changing Foods: Save Yourself and the Ones You Love with the Hidden Healing Powers of Fruits & Vegetables, IBS is part bacteria in the liver, part bacteria in the intestinal tract, and part bacteria in the colon. With IBS, the liver has too much by-product from e.coli bacteria and streptococcus, and these bacteria load up then they dump into the intestinal tract. The body needs to continually work to clean the by-product out and as a result, there is inflammation and thus, IBS.
6 Foods That Cure IBS Naturally
Six foods that aid in reversing IBS and should be a part of your daily diet include:
- Maradol Papaya - cleans the digestive tract and reverses absorption issues.
- Cucumber juice (16 ounces) daily reverses bloating cramping associated with IBS
- Celery juice taken together with banana works wonders to heal and calm the intestinal tract.
- All Leafy greens are soothing to the intestinal tract, especially lettuce.
- Sweet potatoes and squash (any squash) is highly nourishing and easy on the intestinal tract.
- Avocado – is soothing and easy on the intestinal tract. These are also amazing fruit for healing IBS.
Foods That Trigger IBS
It is a little known fact that eggs are widely used to grow viruses in laboratories as well as bacteria such as streptococcus.This is more bad news for sufferers of the condition who eat eggs as their source of protein, since eggs feed strep bacteria. Wheat, dairy, corn, soy, and canola are known triggers.
How to Cure IBS Naturally
People with IBS will do well to take B12 every day, as well as licorice tea. Plant-based EPA/DHA Omega 3’s are recommended since they’re not aggravating to IBS, while fish oil Omega 3’s tend to feed the bugs that cause inflammation. Zinc and Goldenseal are highly beneficial for healing as well as natural probiotics.
The most superior probiotics to strengthen gut health are natural probiotics. These combat streptococcus and come from freshly picked organic, farm or homegrown fruits and vegetables. The bacteria from natural probiotics are superior to any probiotic supplement you can buy. Therefore it’s essential to bring freshly picked foods into your diet as much as possible.
Gardening another way to get good bacteria into the gut, since planting in the garden inspires the transfer of good bacteria into the body.
Happily, you are now one step closer is knowing how to cure IBS naturally. While it make take a consistent effort, and the help of your Naturopath or practitioner, healing IBS naturally by adopting a plant-based diet is the way to go toward reversing the condition, since suppressing and streptococcus and curing IBS is a far better method than feeding it, and will help to avoid other further complications of the throat, ears and urinary tract in your future.
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