30 DAYS GUT RESTORATION PROGRAM – Reduce lactose intolerance
Lactose intolerance is a syndrome characterised by having symptoms upon the consumption of foods and drinks which contain lactose. Lactose is a simple sugar (disaccharide) which is mainly contained in dairy products. Patients with lactose intolerance may experience symptoms like abdominal pain, diarrhoea, nausea, bloating, and farting upon the consumption of foodstuffs which contain lactose.
Lactose intolerance is not an allergy, because it is not caused by an immune response. The ultimate cause of lactose intolerance is a lack of lactase enzyme (lactase deficiency). The only reason for primary and secondary lactose intolerance that is recognised by conventional medicine is that not enough human enzyme lactase is produced. However, lactase deficiency can also be the result of a lack of certain intestinal gut bacteria that produce a bacterial lactase, called β-galactosidase. If there is a lack in the total amount of either of these enzymes, not all the ingested lactose can be enzymatically broken down and the remaining non-digested lactose causes the typical symptoms of lactose intolerance.
The bacteria that produce β-galactosidase in the small intestine are called lactic acid bacteria. There are indicators that point towards a central role of lactic acid bacteria in the context of primary and secondary lactose intolerance. Various events can damage the gut flora in a way that causes the relative amount of lactic acid bacteria to decrease and result in lactose intolerance.
The answer is yes! Numerous clinical studies have shown that probiotic bacteria and fermented foods that contain lactic acid bacteria can efficiently improve lactose digestion in people with lactose intolerance. Exactly these probiotic bacteria are used in the 30 DAYS GUT RESTORATION PROGRAM for reducing lactose intolerance.
Furthermore, clinical studies have shown that by increasing the amount of probiotic lactic acid bacteria in your gut flora you can reduce your symptoms of lactose intolerance in the long term, even when you stop taking probiotics!
The symptoms of lactose intolerance are – to a certain extent – caused by a damaged gut flora. This might explain why primary lactose intolerance often worsens with increasing age. With increasing age it is more likely that people frequently used antibiotics or experienced intestinal infections. Both oral antibiotics and intestinal infections can damage the gut flora in a way that causes the relative amount of lactic acid bacteria to decrease. Furthermore, the disorders and diseases that can cause secondary lactose intolerance – like inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and food allergies – are well known to be closely associated with a disbalanced or damaged gut flora.
30 DAYS GUT RESTORATION PROGRAM
– Reduce lactose intolerance –
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 reduce lactose intolerance in less than 30 days. For your individual gut restoration you will use the right probiotic bacteria and fermented foods that reduced lactose intolerance in clinical studies.
The PERSONAL TUTORIAL will let you understand the causes and roots of lactose intolerance. You will find expert information on the syndrome lactose intolerance and you will learn that the approach from conventional medicine to manage lactose intolerance by decreasing the amount of lactose in the diet or taking lactase enzyme supplements cannot lead to a cure of lactose intolerance. Most importantly, numerous studies have shown that probiotic lactic acid bacteria can efficiently improve lactose digestion in people with lactose intolerance. This can dramatically increase lactose tolerance in some people and can ultimately reduce lactose intolerance 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.