Gastroparesis Help

Gastroparesis: A condition of the stomach that causes the muscles to slow down the motility of nutrients, through the digestive tract. Gastroparesis is associated with decreased peristalsis in the stomach, small intestine and colon. Back, neck and head injuries can also effect motility. Many doctor believe that delayed emptying  of the stomach contributes to gastroparesis, Read More …



H. pylori bacteria

Helicobacter pylori bacteria (H. pylori bacteria), can be found in over half of all humans. It is a corkscrew shaped bacteria. The bacteria is usually acquired in childhood and remains in the stomach of its host for decades.  H. pylori is the only documented bacterial species that is able to survive in the human host, Read More …



Candida

Candida, (Candida albicans), formerly called Monilia.  It is a common yeast-like fungi that can be  found in the mouth, on the skin, intestinal tract, genitals and vagina. Candida albicans is part of the normal flora, of the mucus membranes, in the respiratory, gastrointestinal, female and male genital tracts. When the digestive system becomes out of Read More …



Farting, Gas, Flatulence

Farting, or Flatulence is commonly used to describe the production of methane, in the gut and intestines. Methane is produced by methanogens (Methanobrevibacter smithii bacteria), which are an essential component in the guts microbial ecosystems. Gases in the gut are composed of various quantities of exogenous (outside) sources and endogenous (internal) sources.  Exogenous gases are swallowed, Read More …



Asthma

Bronchial Asthma originates from affliction, of the stomach and Gastro-intestinal tract.  In many cases, before the onset of the disease, patients will complain of indigestion, gas, bloating, nausea, constipation, and diarrhea.  The attack of Asthma can be sudden, due to sensitivity of the patient, to certain substances like; pollen, dust, perfume, cigarette smoke, and certain Read More …



Neutropenia

Netropenia is an abnormally low level of white blood cells (neutrophils).  Neutrophils are a common type of white blood cell, important for fighting off infection, particularly those caused by bacteria. If a person has less that 1,500 (average) neutrophils, per microliter of blood , they are considered to be neutropenia. For children, the cell count Read More …



Malabsorption

Malabsorption, in the digestive process. is the root cause of, Osteoporosis, Gastric Cancer, Gastroparesis, Type II Diabetes, Food Allergies, Reflux, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Ulcerative Colitis, Gastritis, Dumping Syndrome, Asthma, IBS (leaky gut), skin disorders, SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth), vitamin and mineral deficiency. The disorders above did not come first, they were caused by Malabsorption, Read More …



SIBO Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) is a condition the occurs, when bacteria and pathogens are allowed to enter the small bowel and proliferate. In a normal healthy body, nutrients enter the stomach and are mixed with Hydrochloric acid (HCL), Pepsin and a host of other enzymes.  The HCL maintains a sterile environment, in the stomach, Read More …



Osteoporosis Help

Osteoporosis is known as the silent killer.  In many instances, it starts when a person is young and it  increases with age. The disease can be brought on by three conditions: Hyperchlorhydria, Hypochlorhydria and Achlorhydria. Hyperchlorhydria is the excessive production of strong hydrochloric acid in the stomach. It is a common condition in young active Read More …



Celiac Disease Help

Celiac disease is a disorder, resulting from an immune response to Gluten, it is an autoimmune disease.  Gluten is comprised of two Proteins and Carbohydrates.  The two proteins are Glutelin (Glutenin) and Gliadin.  Gluten is found in wheat, rye, barley, oats and many other foods. The protein Gliadin is responsible for many food derived pathogens Read More …