How To Heal Your Gut Naturally

February 8th, 2013

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Are you dealing with a leaky gut? You’re not alone! The good news is, you can actually repair a leaky gut in a very short amount of time. In this article, I’m going to show you how you can repair your gut in as little as four easy steps.

You can also check out my video on the topic below:

The 4 R Program

 

  1. Remove
    Remove the bad.  The goal is to get rid of things that negatively affect the environment of the GI tract such as inflammatory foods, infections, and gastric irritants like alcohol, caffeine or drugs.  Inflammatory foods such as gluten, dairy, corn, soy, eggs, and sugar can lead to food sensitivities. I recommend an IgG food sensitivity testing to determine if any foods are a problem for you. Infections can be from parasites, yeast, or bacteria. A comprehensive stool analysis is key to determining the levels of good bacteria as well as any infections that may be present.  Removing the infections may require treatment with herbs, anti-parasite medication, anti-fungal medication, anti-fungal supplements or even antibiotics.
  1. Restore
    Restore the good. Add back in the essential ingredients for proper digestion and absorption that may have been depleted by diet, drugs (such as antacid medications) diseases, or aging.  This includes digestive enzymes, hydrochloric acid, and bile acids that are required for proper digestion.
  1. Reinoculate
    Restoring beneficial bacteria to reestablish a healthy balance of good bacteria is critical.  This may be accomplished by taking a probiotic supplement that contains beneficial bacteria such as bifidobacteria and lactobacillus species.  I recommend anywhere from 25 -100 billion units a day.  Also, taking a prebiotic (food for the good bacteria) supplement or consuming foods high soluble fiber is important.
  1. Repair
    Providing the nutrients necessary to help the gut repair itself is essential.  One of my favorite supplements is collagen which is rich in amino acids that quite literally, “seal the leaks” or perforations in your gut by healing damaged cells and building new tissue. Another one of my favorites supplements is L-glutamine, an amino acid that helps to rejuvenate the gut wall lining.  Other key nutrients include zinc, omega 3 fish oils, vitamin A, C, E as well as herbs such as slippery elm and aloe vera.

No matter what your health issue is, the 4R program is sure to help you and your gut heal naturally. I have witnessed dramatic reversal of chronic and inflammatory illnesses in a very short period of time by utilizing this simple approach.

For a Gut Healing Smoothie recipe see my previous blog on Loving Your Gut. Healing Your Gut.

Are You Ready to Heal Your Gut?

You can save almost $50 when you purchase The Myers Way® Leaky Gut Repair Program, which includes 5 gut-healing supplements, along with my Guide to the Gut eCourse for a step-by-step approach to healing your gut and taking back your health.

The Myers Way® Leaky Gut Repair Program includes:

  • Prescript-Assist Broad Spectrum Probiotic to reinoculate with healthy bacteria
  • L-Glutamine Capsules to repair and heal your gut lining
  • Great Lakes Collagen Hydrolysate to promote connective tissue health
  • Complete Enzymes to assist in the breakdown and absorption of nutrients
  • HCL to balance your microbiome and help with protein digestion
  • 4 hours of guided lessons on how to heal your gut
  • Special lessons on SIBO and Candida
  • Guide to digestion
  • Personalized gut exam
  • Symptom tracker
  • 4R Program guidelines
  • A week’s worth of gut-healing recipes

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