OZONE THERAPY for LEAKY GUT (IBS, Chron’s, Ulcerative Colitis)
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Think of your GUT as a very long tube that starts in your mouth and ends at your butt? Dependent on what you push through this long and windy tube you can develop 2 main problems.
1.) The tube can clog up with deposits of toxins that cause inflammation and damage to the gut lining. Especially heavy metals, pesticides, fungicides and herbicides cause a serious risk to your gut wall and the protective membrane that keep bacteria out of your blood stream.
2.) The tube can break. The deposits in the tube becomes the breeding ground of all sorts of wurmin, parasites and bacteria. Think of a dirty sure-line where the walls are covered with fungi, mold and bacteria. This slimy cover prevents the supply of Oxygen to your healthy cells which leads to anaerobic conditions and cell mutations. (Cancer) The waste these pathogens produce is just as toxic and causes inflammation and damage to the cell wall.
The inflammation caused by either deposits and toxins or the waste of pathogens, always leads to inflammation, cell mutation, destruction of tight junctions (glue between the membrane cells) and damage of the gut lining. It's like a garden hose with many of little holes where undigested foods, proteins and bacteria sprinkle into the blood stream and cause a systemic reaction.
This condition is commonly known as LEAKY GUT.
The gastrointestinal epithelium (aka the gut lining) forms the barrier between all internal body systems and external environment. This barrier stops the invasion of pathogens, toxins, and pathogens but allows the absorption of water and nutrients.
This selective permeable barrier is regulated via inter-cellular tight junction structures.
Damage to the intestinal tight junction barrier followed by the invasion of harmful substances leads to inflammation and acts as a trigger for the development of intestinal and systemic diseases as well as overall inflammation.
As leaky gut progresses it destroys the tiny finger like projections known as microvilli affecting absorption of vital nutrients and impairs digestion of foods.
In the image to the left you can see how white blood cells try to fix these holes but get overwhelmed when there are too many leaks.
As soon as bacteria and undigested foods enter the bloodstream your body signals ALARM and an army of white blood cells is mobilized.
As the damage progresses to the tight junctions, the gaps become wider and wider allowing unwanted particles into the bloodstream.
The damage of the intestinal wall (epithelial barrier) and later the dysfunction and inflammation are major factors leading to severe intestinal diseases commonly known as:
So what do all of these conditions and diseases have in common? They all indicate a leaky gut and lead to systemic inflammation which links them directly to cancer, osteoarthritis, food sensitivities, depression and many other chronic degenerative diseases.
Once pathogens and other harmful substances pass through the tight junctions of the gut they enter your bloodstream. Once in your bloodstream they can travel throughout the body creating more inflammation and infection!
These repeated invasions lead your body into a vortex of degeneration, weakness, infections and stress eventfully leading to fatigue, food intolerances, and many other symptoms completely unrelated to the gut.
Very rarely are connections drawn between these diseases and the GUT. They are treated separately and are in conventional medicine completely unrelated.http://drsozone.com
Ironically the gut is responsible for producing a neurotransmitter needed to combat or avoid depression.
Depression is caused by a lack of the neurotransmitter serotonin. This neurotransmitter aids in the regulation of mood, appetite and metabolism and is produced and secreted by cells in the gut.
So when someone is suffering from depression it doesn’t necessarily mean that there is external stress and unfortunate life scircumstance. Perhaps it’s what this person eats and how far the leaky gut has already destroyed the gut lining.
· Food allergies and food sensitivities
· Poor diet
· Celiac disease
· Pharmaceutical drugs
· Exposure to heavy metals
• Celiac disease
• Multiple sclerosis
• Chronic fatigue syndrome
• Irritable bowel syndrome
• Ulcerative colitis
• Chronic hepatitis
• Cystic fibrosis
• Multiple chemical sensitivities
• Accelerated aging
• Colon cancer
• Crohn's disease
• Food allergies
• Pancreatic dysfunction
• Anyklosing spondylitis
• Inflammatory bowel disease
• Liver dysfunction
Abdominal pain (chronic)
Shortness of breath
Fevers of unknown origin
Gluten intolerance (celiac disease)
Multiple chemical sensitives
Poor exercise tolerance
Recurrent bladder infections
Recurrent vaginal infections
Swollen lymph glands
Constant hunger pains
If any of the above conditions apply this Leaky Gut protocol is for you!