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Sunday, April 24, 2011

IBD's and Joint Pain, Muscle Pain, and Arthritis etc

Seems like most people who suffer from any IBD like Crohn's Disease or Ulcerative Colitis experience joint pain especially in their lower back, knees, etc. As I healed I noticed these pains began to disappear and today I have no issues with them at all.........No diet never matters lmao

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Saturday, April 23, 2011

Effects of gut microbiota on the brain: implications for psychiatry

Effects of gut microbiota on the brain: implications for psychiatry
Karen-Anne Neufeld, BSc and Jane A. Foster, PhD

It may be surprising to learn that the human gastrointestinal tract is home to 1014 bacterial organisms.1 In fact, there are more bacteria in the gut than there are somatic cells in the body. These resident bacteria are referred to as commensal microbiota, and their arrival during the first few postnatal days sets up a symbiotic association that is necessary and crucial to normal physiology. This lifelong association is essential to host pathogen defence and plays an important role in nutrient uptake and metabolism.2 Immunologists have been aware of this system and its importance to the development of the muscosal and systemic immune systems for a long time.3,4 What is new and noteworthy is emerging evidence that gut microbiota influence behaviour and central nervous system (CNS) function.5 This commentary provides a brief overview of research related to gut–brain communication in a context that allows neuroscientists and psychiatrists to take note and consider the role of microbiota in their research related to CNS function and behaviour.
Colonization of the gastrointestinal tract, predominantly the colon, begins at birth, continues in early development and remains throughout life. The early profile of microbiota is influenced by genetics and postnatal environmental exposure. Several bacterial phylotypes are distributed in the human gastrointestinal tract and, although each person’s microbial profile is distinct, relative abundance and distribution along the gastrointestinal tract of these bacterial phylotypes is similar among healthy individuals.68 Commensal flora serve several physiologic functions. Gut microbiota facilitate nutrient uptake and metabolism, providing us with otherwise inaccessible nutrients and vitamins.911 Colonization and the presence of microbiota is important to the development, function and maintenance of a healthy gastrointestinal tract.1214 Interestingly, gut microbiota are also essential and necessary for the proper development of the mucosal and systemic immune systems,3,4,15 an association we believe to be central when considering the impact that microbiota may have on the development and function of the brain.
Gastrointestinal research has for many years highlighted the importance of the “gut–brain axis,” especially in relation to functional bowel disorders like irritable bowel syndrome, but much of this work has been focused on “top-down” control, or the examination of the impact that the brain can have on general gut function.16,17 New work involving intestinal microbiota, the resident bacteria present in the healthy gastrointestinal tract, is indicating that events occurring in the gut also have an impact on the development and function of the CNS. Using the top-down approach, recent work has demonstrated that early life stress in a rodent, known to lead to altered stress reactivity later in life, in parallel leads to an altered profile of gut microbiota.18 Gut microbiota are also known to influence energy balance and in turn, emerging evidence demonstrates the importance of gut microbiota to the pathophysiology of obesity.19 Energy balance and food intake are centrally mediated processes; however, the direct link between gut microbiota and central feeding circuits has not yet been made. This is an example of the less-studied “bottom-up” control, which we believe will have an important impact on both the study and treatment of diseases that have been traditionally considered to be housed solely within the CNS.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Stop Rushing Your Healing-Natural Healing Takes Time

Just a video of me talking about how important it is to be patient when you using natural protocols.

Hope everyone has a great Easter!


Friday, April 8, 2011

CrohnsBoy Being a Smart Ass as usual

Just thought I would post this funny pic of me being a smart ass with a buddy of mine the other day lol I was looking for a toilet because we are doing renovations at our place so went looking for a dual flush toilet. He said I should test it out so I did lol Also ended up finding out they were sold out of these guys will have to wait until the get another shipment to bad I couldn't get a discount on this one LMAO.

*I know I'm being a smart ass lol I have my undies on not like I would get naked in a store :) I've grown up from my younger years........sort of. What I can is that I'm a positive dude that try to make the most out of situations and have a GREAT time along the way.  

I know I have not posted a lot over the last month or two as I have been trying to work on the med free e-book showing people we are overcoming these IBD's. You can find out about this project if you are not familiar with it to date MED FREE E-book 

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

A Beautiful Truth- A Cancer Cure over 50 yrs ago

I watched an amazing documentary done by a boy and his father speaking about the Gerson therapy and many other things. I've been familiar with the Gerson therapy and have listed it on my site but I have never seen info in this depth about the therapy and how many people it has helped. Please take a look at this documentary and spread the word to your loved ones.

Please watch this video and click the others to watch all 12 videos!!! You owe it to yourself and all your loved ones to watch these videos.

Also for another awesome cancer cure please check out this post