You may have asked, why has nobody been able to help me to get rid of my IBS symptoms? There is a simple answer to this question:
The way your brain, gut and its microbes interact is unique to every person. These unique interactions are programmed early in life, and some of the differences persist throughout the lifespan. For example, all humans share 99.9% of their DNA…but did you know that you share just 10% of your microbial strains with other people?
Is it any surprise, then, why conventional treatments, mainly consisting of pills with side effects and standard dietary recommendations such as the low FODMAP diet have had such limited long-term success trying to treat IBS using a one-size-fits-all approach?
There’s no single pill or standard diet that you can use to overcome IBS. And that’s true because the cause of your IBS is as unique as the way your brain, gut and microbiome interact.
Instead, the only way to take charge of your IBS is to understand the underlying problem, to tune into the ancient wisdom of your gut, to learn what works for YOUR unique brain gut microbiome system, and to be empowered to manage it yourself.
What you'll get:
- Learn the cutting-edge science about the biological mechanisms behind IBS and IBS-like symptoms. Learn about the gut-brain connection, what IBS really is, what causes it, and what you can do to identify problems that are triggering your IBS.
- Identify and remove the behaviors and foods triggering your IBS once and for all. Identify a personalized approach toward stress management and diet to help minimize or even eliminate digestive problems.
- Learn how to heal your gut naturally, with minimal use of medications.
Before you get started a few important points to remember.
This course is not a substitute for a medical evaluation, establishment of a diagnosis of IBS or treatments that you may have been prescribed by your physician.
It is essential that a diagnosis of IBS has been made by your physician and problems other than IBS have been ruled out.
The course is organized into 8 video sessions which will provide you with a detailed up to date scientific information about the interactions of the brain gut and microbiome in health and in IBS.
The selection of topics and the highlighted details are a reflection of my decades long research in this area of gastroenterology.
In the last few sessions, it will provide you with information regarding treatment options.
PLEASE NOTE: This course contains advice and information relating to healthcare. It should be used to supplement, rather than replace the advice of your doctor or another trained health professional. If you know or suspect you have a health problem, it is recommended that you seek your physician’s advice before embarking on any medical program or treatment. All efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of the information promoted throughout this course, and we disclaim liability for any medical outcomes that may occur as a result of applying the recommended therapies.