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10 things that cause chronic and unresponsiveness poor gut health
Gut health issues are among the most common health problems today — acid reflux, IBS, constipation, diarrhea, SIBO, abdominal pain, and more. Functional medicine offers effective north-to-south solution strategies (see Gut Health: Solving the Puzzle on drknews.com homepage). But what happens if you do everything right and still have problems? Ten things that can cause unresponsive gut problems include: Food intolerances (most often gluten and dairy); Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism; a subtle but chronic infection; chronic but subtle gallbladder sludge or gallstones; lack of fiber and diversity of plant fiber; an unhealthy lifestyle that leads to poor microbiome health; undiagnosed celiac disease; gut autoimmunity such as Crohn’s or ulcerative colitis; degeneration of the brain and gut nervous system; and chronic bowel inflammation. Knowing the mechanisms underlying your chronic gut condition is important for efficient treatment and management and to have realistic expectations. (Facebook-Live-3-18-2021)