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Gut Health Diet

Yesterday I talked about the B.E.D (Body Ecology “Diet”) I talked about how It helps resets your gut from any bacteria or yeast that may be lingering around If you are Interested In reading all about the B.E.D here Is the link so you can go and check It out ~~~~> The B.E.D. “Diet”

People don’t want to talk about the gut and the problems It can bring. Gut problems can cause frequent trips to the bathroom, bloating that could be painful, constipation, diarrhea and much more. Today I am going to talk about a few Gut friendly “Diets” these aren’t designed to help you lose weight these are designed to help resolve any Gut problems you may have. Did you know that If your Gut Is off that It can cause food allergies and or sensitivities that you may not have had before?

Here are some Gut Friendly “Diets” that will help reset your Gut.

Gluten Free

I am Gluten-Free do due what Is called Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity. I still can’t digest Gluten I just don’t have the serious side effects like Celiacs do. For some going Gluten-Free Is a must When those with the autoimmune disease eat gluten, a protein found In some grains their bodies attack themselves. Even If you don’t test positive for celiac disease, you might have Gluten Intolerance. Still, give It a Gluten-Free “Diet” a test run before committing. One small study In the journal Gastroenterology found that only 8 percent of people with self-reported Gluten Intolerance felt a change after adjusting how much gluten they ate….though they all felt better after going Gluten-Free.

Grain Free

Did you know that a Gluten-Free diet gives the green light to Gluten-Free Grains and grain-like plants, such as quinoa, oats, and buckwheat, but even those are cut out In a grain-free “Diet”? Some say that grains could trigger Inflammation In people with autoimmune Issues. Others argue that only refined grains cause Inflammation, and whole grains should be fine. If going grain-free eliminates your digestive triggers, It could be the right diet for you.

Paleo

The Paleolithic  (Paleo) “Diet” Includes only foods cavemen used to eat, such as grass-fed meat, seafood, fruits, and vegetables. Anything ancient humans wouldn’t have touched, such as grains, dairy, legumes, refined sugar, and potatoes, Is off limits. Some people on Paleo will give themselves one cheat day every other week to keep their metabolism on It’s toes and to see what food triggers IBS. There’s not much research Indicating a Paleo “Diet” can help IBS specifically, but It could help you avoid processed food, which Is generally unhealthy and processed foods can trigger Inflammation make It easier for diabetics to control their blood sugar. Even If you do feel better on an ancestral “Diet”, though, you might cut more foods than you need to. A Paleo diet may eliminate your digestive triggers, and as a result, you may feel better, because you remove so many things all at once without reintroducing any, you won’t know what the culprit Is.

Autoimmune Paleo

Autoimmune Paleo Is like Paleo but on a triple shot of espresso. Anything off-limits with Paleo Is also restricted on Autoimmune Paleo, along with alcohol, artificial sweetener, eggs, nuts, seeds, and nightshades such as tomatoes and peppers. This “Diet” might be worth a shot If your gut symptoms are from an autoimmune problem like Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, or ulcerative colitis.

Specific Carbohydrate “Diet”

This “Diet” Is specially designed for any suffers from Crohn’s Disease. It’s Incredibly restrictive but could be worth It If you have one of those conditions. The “Diet” Is about 91 % effective In controlling flare-ups In people with Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and Indeterminate colitis. Monosaccharides are the only carbohydrates allowed In SCD.  Carbohydrates kill off the harmful bacteria that like to feed on them. Similar to low FODMAPs, It’s tough to know off the top of your head what would work and what wouldn’t on the plan.

Gut And Psychology Syndrome

The Idea that an unhealthy gut could lead to mental health Issues I did a post about nutrition and mental health If you are Interested In reading that here Is the link so you can check It out 🙂 ~~~~> Nutritional Depression. Basically a tweaked version of SCD, the GAPS protocol might be beneficial If you have a psychological disorder or learning disability on top of your digestive problems.

Final Thoughts

What I talked about today doesn’t even scratch the surface of the many many more Gut friendly “Diets” out there. If you think you have digestive problems go and talk to your doctor DO NOT self-diagnose yourself with Gut problems because If you don’t and you do one of these “Diets” that I mentioned you could be doing more harm than good. If you have digestive problems, you know how stressful, awkward, and generally uncomfortable an unhealthy gut can be but do not fret just like with most diseases there Is a cure If you’re willing to change your thinking and the way you eat.

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Hello, my name Is Amanda and I'm the woman behind AmandaExplainsIt. I'm a Free Spirit, coffee sipping blogger and I embrace all of the messy parts of life.I'm a mommy of two precious doggies and an advocate for food allergies, animals, and nutrition In real life. I've always loved writing and writing a blog fulfills that. I'm all about spirituality and going with the flow of things. I'm new to the beauty world and I'm excited to share what I learn along the way. Come back often because I post often and I post things related to but not limited to Beauty Reviews, Product Reviews, Spirituality, Nutrition and Food Allergies, and Gluten-Free Recipes. If you like what you read let's be friends. ~XOXO A.

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