30 DAYS GUT RESTORATION PROGRAM – Improve chronic constipation
Constipation is a condition where stools are infrequent or hard to pass. The stool is often very solid and dry. Generally, patients with constipation have only three (or less) stools a week. A difficult stool passage includes a sense of difficulty passing stools, straining, incomplete evacuation, hard or lumpy stool, prolonged time to stool, painful bowel movements, or even the need for manual manoeuvres to pass the stool.
The main difference between acute and chronic constipation is how long the constipation lasts. Acute constipation starts suddenly and lasts for several days, whereas chronic constipation means infrequent stools or a difficult passage of stools that persists for several weeks or longer.
Conventional medicine defines three types of chronic constipation. If you are diagnosed with chronic constipation without a functional issue of the intestines, without another underlying disease, and you are not regularly taking drugs, you have got chronic idiopathic constipation.
Constipation arises when there are causes that prolong intestinal passage, impair intestinal contractions or there are certain anatomical or functional issues of the intestines. Three types of constipation can be discriminated, normal transit (intestinal passage) constipation, slow transit constipation, and outlet constipation.
People with chronic idiopathic constipation almost always have a disbalanced or damaged gut flora. Constipation is often caused by physical inactivity, certain drugs, blockage, dehydration, or missing intestinal contractions. Antidepressants, anticonvulsants, morphine, diuretics, and a prolonged use of laxatives are amongst the most common drugs that cause constipation. Other risk factors for constipation include older age, low-fibre diet, low caloric intake, high medical use and female sex.
Constipation is in part caused by aspects of people´s lifestyle. Among them, the trio of insufficient dietary fibre, fluids, and exercise plays a prominent role in the development of chronic constipation. That means that constipation can be positively influenced by simply eating more fruits and vegetable, increasing the amount of water you drink per day and exercise.
The answer is yes! Numerous clinical studies have shown that constipation can be improved by certain probiotic bacteria, fermented foods and prebiotics. Exactly these products are used in the 30 DAYS GUT RESTORATION PROGRAM for improving chronic constipation.
People with chronic idiopathic constipation almost always have a disbalanced or damaged gut flora. Chronic idiopathic constipation typically shows increased numbers of clostridia and bifidobacteria. Furthermore, often chronic idiopathic constipation arises due to intestinal infections with pathogenic bacteria species, like clostridia or enterobacteria.
The good news is that a disbalanced or damaged gut flora can be restored by the use of probiotic bacteria.
30 DAYS GUT RESTORATION PROGRAM
– Improve chronic constipation –
Your individual 30 DAYS GUT RESTORATION PROGRAM comes with 4 eBooks in a printable PDF format:
- GUT RESTORATION GUIDE
- PERSONAL TUTORIAL
- SHOPPING LIST
The GUT RESTORATION GUIDE gives you all the information you need for doing a gut restoration that can improve chronic constipation in less than 30 days. For your individual gut restoration you will use the right probiotic bacteria and fermented foods that improved chronic constipation in clinical studies.
The PERSONAL TUTORIAL will let you understand the causes and roots of chronic constipation. You will find expert information on chronic constipation and you will learn which nutritional changes are needed to complement your gut restoration to make it even more successful. The PERSONAL TUTORIAL explicitly emphasises how important the consumption of dietary fibre and other probiotics is for improving chronic constipation in the long term.
In the SHOPPING LIST you will find all the necessary products and foods you need to buy for your individual gut restoration.
According to your individual situation there might be foods you shouldn´t eat at all and other foods which are especially beneficial for you during gut restoration. The MENU will give you inspiration for your breakfast, lunch, dinner and a detailed timeline for when to take probiotics. You will also get an EMPTY MENU for your own records. This comes as an editable word document and as an editable open document text (.odt) format, so that you can document the course of your gut restoration.