More and more mystery illnesses seem to emerge each day, ailments that mainstream medicine struggles to treat and often fails to recognize at all. Things like Candida overgrowth, Symbiotic Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn’s disease, Colitis, Lyme disease, food allergies, and many more that don’t even have a name.
But if you’re anything like me, you have been to numerous doctors, both conventional and naturopathic, undergoing ultrasounds and check ups and everything in between, and been told that your symptoms are caused by stress, which is basically a friendly way of saying “It’s all in your head.” You may have tried extreme diets, piles of supplements, and every superfood on the market, but what if, all along, the answer were far simpler?
I’m taking about poop.
Yes, you read that right. There is a treatment now available called a fecal microbiota transplant that involves taking the fecal matter from an individual with impeccable gut health and a great balance of intestinal bacteria and putting it into an enema and inserting it into your own body. Admittedly, it sounds disgusting, but at the same time, it seems a simple solution to an often overwhelming and exhausting problem.
So if you can get past the gross factor and want to know more, there are a few things for you to first consider, so that you aren’t taking in someone else’s excrement unnecessarily.
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