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Published Date
January 24, 2020
Study Type
Member Story
Patient Sex
Male
Patient Ethnicity
Asian
Patient Age
12
Conditions
Abdominal Bloating, Abdominal Pain, Constipation, Gastritis, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), Gut Health, Heartburn, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Therapies
Naturopathic Medicine
Duration of Therapy
1 year
Medical History

Stomach pain, reflux , nausea, vomiting, stomach bloating and discomfort, wind, diarrhoea and/or constipation

Summary

Restoring the gut lining and maintaining a healthy balance of gut microbiome is an important aspect.  

  • Probiotics – Most of those having salicylate intolerance will opt for a low salicylate diet, which in turn leads to an un-balanced diet. The side effects being the gut microbiome getting out of balance. In order to restore it you need to introduce ‘good’ bacteria into the gut. Certain strains such as D lactate free probiotics have been proven to be beneficial for those with this condition. We tried about 15-20 different strains and eventually it was Spectrumceutical’s Pro 450 D lactate free product that worked wonders for us. https://mummyandchild.com/how-probiotics-can-help-histamine-intolerance/
  • L-Glutamine – A dominant amino acid in the body, it helps to strengthen the gut lining. A strong and healthy gut lining will prevent any ‘particles’ from infiltrating into the blood stream directly and also help with better production of digestive enzymes.
  • Slippery Elm and Aloe Vera – These herbs offer a protective layer and sooth the mucosal layer of the digestive system. They also sooth the gut when you from stomach cramps.
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