Digestive issues can be such a pain in the a… and fixing them can be a frustrating, discouraging process. When people turn to their doctor for issues such as IBS, Crohn’s and Colitis they are often assigned really intense diagnosis that can make you feel like there’s nothing really you can do other than turn to medications for the rest of your life. Tune into this episode as Tony, Will and Kinna take a closer look at these digestive issues and gain practical ideas and empowerment from the insights they share.
In this Episode You’ll Learn About
- The distinctive aspects and holistic view of IBS, Crohn’s and colitis.
- How body chemistry imbalances like the Catabolic Imbalance, the Anabolic Imbalance and an underactive thyroid can contribute to the symptoms associated with these digestive “diseases.”
- The role of stomach acid, bile and water flow in the digestive process.
- Self tests you can perform and observations you can make to detect body chemistry imbalances that may be the actual cause of your digestive issues.
- Practical steps you can take to correct your body chemistry imbalances and improve your digestion.
- How problematic foods like grains, legumes, other proteins and fibers can contribute to digestive problems.
- Food allergies, heavy metal toxicity, lack of sleep and even emotional stress can contribute to digestive issues.
- Not all solutions will work for everyone because there are many different causes to the various digestive issues that can arise.
Links Mentioned in this Episode
Show Transcriptions – Understanding IBS, Crohns, and Colitis
T.C. Hale is not a doctor and does not claim to be a doctor, licensed in any type of medical field. Don’t be an idiot and use anything heard on this show as medical advice. This information should be used for educational purposes only and you should contact your doctor for any medical advice. Now get off me.
Kinna: Welcome to Kick it Naturally, I’m Kinna McInroe, and I’m here today with T.C. Hale, author, natural health expert and pain in my butt.
Tony: I can’t wait to say things.
Kinna: Oh, yeah. And I just made a funny without even realizing it. Pain in my butt and that’s kind of what we’re talking about today.
Tony: We are talking about that today.
Kinna: Oh, Cool. And we also have here…
Will: Not the good kind of pain….in the butt.
Kinna: Wow, we’re going there right off the bat. Ok. We also have with us over there a hottie, Will Schmidt. Fitness trainer to the stars and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Um, how are you today, Will?
Will: I’m good. Pretty warm.
Kinna: Aw…well, you look cute.
Kinna: Yeah. He’s got on a tank top cause it’s warm outside.
Tony: It’s pretty.
Kinna: Uh huh. Yeah, yeah. I think you’re gonna make Tony go a different way.
Tony: You want me to take my pants off? Or an other different way?
Will: Now that we got all the kids out of the audience.
Kinna: Well, are kids really listening to us anyways?
Kinna: That’s probably not our target, so we can be as filthy as we like.
Tony: And go…filthy.
Kinna: Here we go…. filthy talk. So today we’re going to be talking about the ugly subject that a lot of us have dealt with. I haven’t dealt with like these particular things, but I do deal with diarrhea. Um, which sucks. But IBS, Chrohns and Colitis.
Tony: It’s good times.
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