Gastrointestinal Disease Ebooks Catalog

Leaky Gut Cure

Leaky Gut Cure is a comprehensive holistic treatment system created by Karen Brimeyer where she gives step by step guidance how to heal leaky gut syndrome permanently. Leaky Gut program explains what is leaky gut syndrome, how it affects people, how it is caused by food intolerance and other condition. Leaky Gut Cure also examines the relationship between leaky gut and liver. Leaky gut syndrome is defined by increased permeability of the intestinal mucosa account for endogenous or exogenous toxins. In addition to food choices, the guide also recommends cooking methods that make foods easier to digest, as well as using minimally processed sea salt instead of iodized table salt, as it still contains vital nutrients for optimal digestive function. While traditionally made baked goods are out, the guide is full of delicious recipes that duplicate these products using much healthier ingredients. Read more...

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Author: Karen Brimeyer
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The Healthy Gut Plan

If you want to lose stubborn, bulgy fat, eliminate food allergies, constipation, leaky gut, cellulite, brain fog, eczema (and other skin conditions) and PMS Forever then The Healthy Gut Plan is the perfect program for you! Created by Laura Thompson, a top Nutritional Therapist with 25 years of experience working as a weight loss specialist. You'll get to discover the second brain secret to a healthy body which happens to be your gut. However, a leaky gut can lead to inflammation and a source of the majority of illnesses. All the same, you'll learn how to restore your leaky gut through the 4-step process of Remove, Replace, Repair, Rebalance and maintain. On downloading the program, you'll get a simple to follow Healthy Gut Plan. The dos and don'ts of effortless fat loss that took Laura Thompson almost 25 years to learn, distill and compile. A complete 21 day and six-week meal plan along with super gut ingredients to almost double your results. A simple, safe, supplement program for turning your gut and body into a fat-burning machine. Also included are some healthy gut delicious recipes. Read more...

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The Hidden Health Dangers of Leaky Gut Syndrome

Here's what you'll discover in The Hidden Health Dangers of Leaky Gut Syndrome: How to understand how leaky gut syndrome affects your body and overall health.ebook. 3 little known, yet simple ways to understand what causes leaky gut syndrome. Secrets from experts that few people ever know about. 3 proven steps to diagnosing leaky gut syndrome. 2 simple keys (that are right in front of your eyes) to rebalancing your digestive system. Warning: 3 things you should never do when it comes to leaky gut syndrome. You'll discover in just a few short minutes how to use nutritional supplements to improve your health. 6 time tested and proven strategies to improving your leaky gut syndrome with herbs. When to seek professional help when it comes to treating leaky gut syndrome. 7 everyday but often overlooked tips and tricks for using stress management to manage your symptoms. A pennies on the dollar approach to seeking medical guidance for leaky gut syndrome. How often to see your health care professional. How to change your diet to eliminate leaky gut syndrome. The once famous but forgotten secret that instantly allows you to have an overall healthier lifestyle by curing leaky gut syndrome.

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Interpretive Summary And Conclusions

To their gut flora and as endomicrobial fermentation produced volatile fatty acids, proteins, sugars, and vitamins that could be digested and assimilated by the host. Given a supply of relatively high quality though high-fiber plant tissues, natural selection would likely tend to increase effectiveness and efficiency on both sides, transforming incidental commensalism to obligatory symbiosis. For tetrapods, such enhancements would have reasonably involved selection for morphological and physiological transformations that would maximize the rate and efficiency of fermentation relative to the herbivores's nutritional requirements. The possibilities include, obviously enough, those features that characterize extant high-fiber herbivores (1) more thorough mechanical processing of food, (2) increases in body size and in gut length relative to body size, (3) compartmentalization of the gut, and (4) changes in gut chemistry. Further, such changes in the characteristics of herbivore guts...

Stomach Contents Halfway Through

A ruminant would quickly die from malnutrition if it did not have a symbiotic relationship with its gut bacteria. Modern carnivorous animals have similar requirements for digestion. As a result, paleontologists assume that decomposition aided by anaerobic bacteria was also the case for carnivorous dinosaurs. Modern carnivorous analogues to theropod digestion, such as crocodilians and birds, have a stomach divided into a proventriculus, which produces enzymes for chemical breakdown and precedes a muscular gizzard that further aids digestion.

Common Medical Problems Of The Adult Giant Panda

Gastrointestinal disease is the most common cause of mortality in both captive and free-living giant pandas (Qiu & Mainka, 1993). In the latter population, pancreatitis secondary to ascaridiasis was the most frequently described gastrointestinal lesion found at necropsy. For giant pandas in captivity, gastric, intestinal and colonic disorders predominate as determined at necropsy (see Chapter 16). Endoscopy has been used recently to identify a gastric ulcer in a living individual (see Chapter 18). Alimentary lymphoma has been observed in some captive giant pandas in China (Qiu & Mainka, 1993) as well as animals held at Zoologico de Chapultepec (Mexico City, Mexico F. Gual-Sil, pers. comm.). Although hepatic neoplasia has been reported (Qiu & Mainka, 1993), the prevalence is not as high as in other species of Ursidae.

The Diseases By Organ System

Fossilized Organs

Digestive disorders represent by far the most prevalent and chronic form of disease in captive giant pandas (Bush et al, 1985 Goltenboth, 1985a,b Villares et al., 1985 Pan et al., 1991 Gual-Sil et al., 2000 F. Ollivet, unpublished data, pathology report, Paris Zoo). Gastrointestinal disease is the leading reported cause of death in captive pandas and also maybe so in free-ranging counterparts (Qiu & Mainka, 1993). Cubs often develop bouts of diarrhoea within the first month of life, particularly if hand reared on artificial milk replacer (I. K. Loeffler, unpublished observations). Cubs raised on milk replacer and recent weanlings often develop diarrhoea that can become a chronic condition. Episodes of abnormal stool, abdominal pain, passage of mucous faeces, vomiting and inappetance occur frequently, if not chronically, throughout the lives of many giant pandas ex situ. Frequent, unexplained episodes of gastrointestinal pain in the giant panda may be associated with parasites or...

Mitochondrial Eve And Ychromosome Adam

The genetic root of all the strains of human gut bacteria (Helicobacterpylori) is located in Africa. About every other human carries H. pylori, that is, the bacteria responsible for stomach pains and ulcers and is the only known microorganism that can survive in such a highly acidic environment. Based on genetic differences among populations' strains of the pathogen, the initial H. pylori infection in humans is estimated to have occurred around 60 Kya. Because the sequences of the African strains of the bacteria are more diverse, it is assumed that evolution has had longer to act in Africa, so the ancestral root is located there. The date of 60 Kya implies a later Out of Africa scenario than that constructed by the evidence for mitochondrial Eve since humans carried H. pylori out of Africa with them.

Eerie perfection

In one way we should hardly be surprised at the efficiency of the genetic code.39 It is difficult to believe that the genetic code is not a product of selection, but to arrive at the best of all possible codes selection has to be more than powerful, it has to be overwhelmingly effective. The reason for saying this is that with some minor, and evidently secondary, exceptions,40 the genetic code is universal to life you, the primrose on the table, and the bacteria in your gut all employ the same code. The earliest evidence for life is about 3.8 billion years ago and these forms are presumably directly ancestral to all groups still alive today. If so, this indicates that whatever changes occurred as the genetic code evolved towards its stable state must have been achieved still earlier the genetic code would not otherwise be universal. Yet, as we shall see (Chapter 4), life itself may not be older than about 4 billion years. Two hundred million years (and possibly much less) to navigate...

Info About Pandas

Blutverlust Postpartal

If non-bamboo foods are used as supplements, their effects on gastrointestinal function must be considered. Anecdotally (based on faecal characteristics), the giant panda in captivity has limited ability to use certain foods that would be considered quite digestible by other omnivores (e.g. bears and pigs). This constraint, combined with the lack of apparent digesta mixing in the intestinal tract, may contribute to gastrointestinal disease in captive giant pandas fed foods physically and nutritionally dissimilar to bamboo. Mainka et al. (1989) reported mucous stools and constipation in animals consuming diets containing less than 60 bamboo (dry-matter basis). Others have also described negative effects of limiting offered bamboo on faecal consistency and gastrointestinal health in this species (Goss, 1940 Nickley, 2001). A high-fibre supplemental biscuit has been formulated to replace the traditional 'bread' offered to captive giant pandas in China (Edwards & Zhang, 1997). This...

Panda Testicles

Swollen Testicles

Historically chronic gastrointestinal disease Male 1998 8.5 75 Small stature emaciated gastrointestinal disease tooth surfaces stained and pitted Male 1999 1.5 52 Small size for age chronic gastrointestinal disease tooth surfaces heavily stained and pitted moderate ascites Female 1999 6.5 60 Small stature multiple medical which results in malnutrition, enamel dysplasia and, eventually, stunted growth. We also have anecdotal and unsubstantiated evidence that some animals may recover and develop into reproductively successful individuals, with only minor residual effects, such as dental abnormalities. Others are unable to recover, continue to develop serious chronic medical problems and never reproduce. Although a definitive cause has not been established, infectious disease (e.g. canine distemper, canine parvoviral enteritis or E. coli enteritis) may play a role in inciting this syndrome in juveniles. Baylisascaris infections are generally considered non-pathogenic, but may also...

Highfiber Herbivory


Beyond these common elements, differences among these animals in dental pattern and in body size and proportions suggest differences in collection and mechanical processing of food and probably also in diet. Bolosaurs are at the lower end of the size range with likely adult body masses of less than 1 kg and might seem too small even as adults to be high-fiber specialists with endomicrobial fermentation. They were larger, however, than the extant herbivorous iguanid lizard Dipsosaurus that does have a gut flora capable of dealing with cellulose (Mautz and Nagy, 1987). Therefore we conclude that Bolosaurus could have hosted such endosymbionts. Though small they have a gracile build and relatively long, well-ossified legs that indicate considerable capacities for long-distance foraging as well as for escape from tetrapod predators. In addition, given their small size and gracile bodies, they might have scrambled up into low-growing, bushy trees for food and refuge.

Figuring The Odds

Before I actually tell you the Drake Equation, I'll give you an analogy the date equation. Say you are a single person going to a large dance party, and you would like to come away with a date for the following weekend. Arriving in front of the house, you can hear the music pumping and feel the bass rattling your gut. You are excited, but nervous as hell, so you decide to calm yourself with some math. Before going inside, you try to calculate your chances of getting lucky. You


All members of the Indriidae (Avahi laniger, Propithecus spp., Indri indri) have specializations to accommodate a folivorous diet. Early dissections showed them to be anatomical folivores with hypertrophied salivary glands, voluminous stomachs, sacculated ceca, and looped colons, which facilitates efficient digestion of leaf parts (Hill, 1953). Anatomical folivores can be classified as either foregut (e.g., colobine monkeys) or midgut fermenters (previously known as hindgut fermenters) (Chivers, 1994). All indriids are the latter, exhibiting increased surface area in the midgut where nutrients are made available through fermentation of fiber by symbiotic gut flora (protozoan and bacterial) (Bauchop, 1978 Hladik, 1978 Parra, 1978). During fermentation, volatile fatty acids are released and then passed into the bloodstream where they are taken up by the animal as a form of assimilable energy. Compared to foregut specialists, midgut fermenters are able to consume more fibrous forage but...

Microcosmic Gods

All living cells, from the bacteria lounging in your gut to the neurons humming in your brain, depend on an intricate pas de deux between nucleic acids and proteins. Neither can be made without the assistance of the other. The DNA code cannot be read without an elaborate protein transcription machine. The machine cannot be built without the code. Once it's up and running, this system works wonderfully. But it presents us with a serious chicken-and-egg problem. Which came first, proteins or DNA And how did such a tangled web evolve

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