6 Main Causes of Gut Health Problems

6 Main Causes of Gut Health Problems

Candida, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), and Digestion Problems are merely the tip of the iceberg when it comes to imbalances of gut bacteria!

Gut health problems occur when an unintended bacteria overpowers the good bacteria in your gut. The bad bacteria takes over the gut by means of an overgrowth, and thus an imbalance is created between good and bad bacteria in the gut. But what causes this imbalance to start? And how can it be treated? Find out below…

  1. Antibiotics

Whilst antibiotics may really be needed in certain events, the best is to avoid it as far as possible. The reason for this is that it does not only kill the bad bacteria, but also all the good bacteria that keep our gut healthy. This is why it is important to always use a pro-biotic after you have completed your antibiotics cycle.

Learn why probiotics work…

  1. Diet

Most bad bacteria are some form of yeast, and yeast thrives on sugar. This is a big problem seeing that our diets nowadays consist largely of sugar and carbohydrates. This is why it is important to cut sugar and carbs as for as possible when you have a problem with your gut.

Here are 9 simple tips to help kick the sugar habit…

  1. Increased Use of NSAIDS

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) like aspirin, advil, indomethacin, etc. inhibits growth of healthy bacteria and can cause a leaky gut.

  1. Incomplete or Slow Digestion

Chronic constipation from a digestive disorder like IBS or leaky gut, will contribute to the imbalance of flora.

Learn about the 4 common causes of slow digestion…

  1. Elevated Hormone Levels

When hormones become elevated, it can also lead to the growth of bad bacteria. This can be seen during pregnancy, while taking birth control, in times of elevated stress levels, etc. This may leave your more vulnerable to other gut health issues like Candida overgrowth.

Here are 12 tell-tale signs of a hormonal imbalance in woman… 

  1. Environment

Living in a damp, foggy climate, presence of mold or fungus in the home and exposure to toxic metals can increase susceptibility.

How Do I Treat Gut Health Problems?

Whether you have Candida, IBS, Digestive Problems or elevated hormones due to gut bacteria imbalance, you can make use of the Manna Candida e-book. Follow this program to reinstate healthy bacteria in the digestive system as well as to kill the Candida fungus.

You can also supplement with the Manna GUT Support (Probiotics and Digestive Enzymes) to reinstate healthy bacteria and enzymes.

Take the Manna Candida Support to help kill the Candida fungus.

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