Treating Dysbiosis with AIM Herbal FiberBlend


Balance within the Digestive System

Dysbiosis is the state of imbalance of intestinal flora - the good and bad bacteria found in the digestive tract. When dysbiosis exists, we may fall prey to lesser, low-virulence microbes that ordinarily would not hurt us, as well as more serious health concerns. Studies done by Elizabeth Lipski,M.S., C.N.N., List dysboisis as a cause of arthritis, autoimmune illness, vitamin B deficiency, chronic fatigue syndrome, cystic acne, eczema, food allergies and food sensitivities, inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, psoriasis, and steatorrhea (excess fat in the stools). A common bacterial problem due to dysbiosis is candidiasis and intestinal parasites.

How do we reach a state of dysbiosis?
Factors include high levels of stress, exposure to synthetic chemicals, oral contraceptives, and antibiotics-which may be the big culprit. Most of us, because of the way we live in this modern world of stress, antibiotics and processed foods, are at risk, and if concious efforts are not made to watch our lifestyles, we can easily slip into a state of ill health.

Antiobiotics do work-they kill bacteria that are harming us. Unfortunately they kill all bacteria, including the good bacteria that balances the bad. When good bacteria and and their moderating influences are destroyed, more bacteria move in and “destroy the neighborhood.”This ruined neighborhood results in ruined health.

Despite the seriousness of the effects of dybiosis, it can be remedied - after all, we bring it on ourselves. There are four types of dysbiosis.

The best way to correct Dysbiosis

Increase the amount of fiber you get and decrease the amount of meats and fats. You can greatly increase you fiber intake by taking Herbal Fiberblend. It is a unique combination of psyllium and at least 17 cleansing herbs. Psyllium has over 8 times the bulking power of oat bran. Fermented dairy products such as yoghourt may also be helpful, as they supply friendly bacteria. You may want to supplement this with friendly bacteria, in capsule form such as AIM Florafood. These supplements are known as probiotics (which means “for life”). Finally, you may also consider using digestive enzymes, such as AIM PrepZymes which aids in digestion and thus limit putrefaction of foods.

Putrefaction dysbiosis

Putrefaction dysbiosis occurs when we do not digest our food well, resulting in them rotting inside us. It is the most common type and may bring on bloating, discomfort, or indigestion. A diet high in animal fat and low in fiber is why this type of dysbiosis is so prevalent in many “industrialized” societies.

This type of diet results in more bacteroides bacteria, which can be harmful, and less bifidobacteria, which is helpful. This type of dysbiosis may be linked to the development of colon and breast cancer.

Fermantation dysbiosis

As the name implies, in fermentation dysbiosis, foods are “fermented”within our bodies, resulting in bloating, constipation, diarrhea, fatigue, and gas. This generally occurs due to the maldigestion of carbohydrates such as sugars, fruit, beer, wine, grains, and fiber. A byproduct of this fermentation is “food” for the unfriendly bacteria, including the bacteria Candida albicans.

To help eliminate fermentation dysbiosis, you must avoid carbohydrate-containing foods. A diet free of cereal grains and added sugars is helpful, and some people may have to avoid fruit, fat, and starchy vegetables. It is important to use a probiotic supplement such as AIM Florafood. AIM Herbal Fiberblend will aid in overall better digestion as well as detoxification.

Deficiency dysbiosis

This type of dysbiosis is a deficiency in good bacteria such as lactobacilli. Generally, the use of antibiotics and a low fiber intake is responsible for this. Deficiency dysbiosis is often seen in those with irritable bowel syndrome and food sensitivities. As this type of dysbiosis is often seen together with putrefaction dysbiosis , take the same steps.

Sensitization dysbiosis

Sensitization dysbiosis occurs when microbes in the gut produce toxins that the body recognizes as foreign. The body then activates an immune response to kill them. However, this response may result in autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis (impaired mobility of the spinal column), and eczema. Those with sensitization dysbiosis may experience food intolerances and leaky gut syndrome. As in fermentation dysbiosis, restrict carbohydrate consumption and use friendly bacteria such as AIM Florafood. Use AIM Herbal Fiberblend for overall digestive health.

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