Food combinations for
those suffering from
Let’s find out what are the correct food combinations of carbohydrates and proteins according to Shelton’s hygiene for those suffering from irritable bowel.
Irritable bowel syndrome, also known as colitis, is a very common disorder that affects one in five people in world.
Caused by an incorrect lifestyle, it is characterized by symptoms such as constipation, dysentery, swelling and heaviness. Right food combinations to prevent and treat it.
The colon is the last
part of the
Its function is the final absorption of what has not previously been retained and used by the small intestine, especially water, and the elimination of what is no longer usable. Its good functioning allows to complete the digestive process in an optimal way and to evacuate what is not necessary.
In the case of irritable bowel syndrome something in this process does not work: at times of retention of what is no longer usable alternate manifestations of release of everything that arrives from the small intestine (dysentery).
Other symptoms, of more or less marked severity, are swelling, abdominal pain, heaviness after meals, mild fever, fatigue, irritability.
Causes of irritable
The causes of irritable bowel syndrome are to be found in an incorrect lifestyle: meals too abundant or too demanding for our stomach, consumed in a hurry or with little awareness and tranquility,conditions of mental and physical stress, incorrect use of drugs, incorrect food combinations.
The colon is in close contact with what we eat, it is food that makes it “irritated”, therefore it is through nutrition that we can help it behave better, promoting proper intestinal hygiene.
Everything we put in our mouths, and the stomach has the task of mixing the food and digesting it and then moving on to the small intestine and finally to the colon what it produces.
But each food needs different environments, substances and times in order to be suitable for passage through the various tracts of the digestive system.
Therefore if you introduce foods that need dissimilar or opposite digestion into the same meal, mechanisms of malabsorption and failure can be triggered or partial digestion. What the colon has not been able to digest releases it as it is or holds it in an attempt to absorb it.
How to help the colon
to rebalance itself in
case of intestinal dysbiosis?
When the intestine is no longer able to, it sends very clear signals: abdominal pain, swelling, constipation or diarrhea are the most common and full–blown.
To help him in the process of rebalancing, it is first necessary to eliminate what irritates the colon, excluding from the diet exciting ingredients such as coffee, tea (except the bancha),