Monday, April 18, 2011

Nobody talks about this sh*t, but it's important for your health!


The more we research, the more we find a gut-brain connection. This is why we have developed a diet and supplementation for people with MS and CCSVI at the Hubbard Foundation.

We realize this is an uncomfortable subject for people, but the way our body gets rid of toxins, is in part, through our bowel movements. If we are not having normal bowel movements, it's an indication that something is wrong.

Look at the link to get informed, and contact your doctor regarding this issue.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bristol_Stool_Scale


Taking medications for gastro-intestinal distress often decreases the GOOD intestinal flora which needs to be replenished via diet and supplements.

Check out our diet and supplement recommendations at HubbardFoundation.org

Stay tuned for information regarding a simple candida test to check your system.


Stay well and let's go with the flow!!

Hubbard Foundation
www.HubbardFoundation.org

1 comment:

  1. As a dietitian and IBD sufferer I have been on probiotics for years. Probiotics may be very helpful for digestive and immune disorders, but those of us that are taking immune modulators or are on warfarin should discuss this treatment with their doctor. Often the physician does not know the potential for interactions. If you are on an antibiotic, take your probiotic at least 2 hours after each dose. If you go on warfarin, as I did after receiving stents in my jugular, your dose of warfarin will be much greater due to the interaction. I tried to tell my anticoagulation nurse about this interaction, and even she was unfamiliar with the contrabution of bacteria who make vitamin K. She underestimated how much warfarin I needed and it took weeks to get into a therapeutic range.

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