Sugars and Ileocecal Valve Syndrome
Sugars and Ileocecal Valve Syndrome go hand in hand. This is a big problem and causes a lot of digestive problems, especially if you already suffer from ileocecal valve syndrome. As with any food, processing and modifying it can make it hard for your body to use it as food. Most people eat way too much sugar. Sugar can affect your mood and your mood can affect your food choices. If you’re feeling down after a rough day at work you’re more likely to devour a pint of ice cream than eating a healthy meal of fish and a salad or hitting the gym for a workout. Sugar can actually cause depression and anxiety, which is why it’s so bad on your health.
It’s so important to go very slowly when you are eliminating sugar from your diet. You want to try to trick your body into thinking that you’re not going to deprive it of sugar. If you quit cold turkey you may get headaches, mood swings, and cravings. That’s why you want to make small and slow changes over time so that you can eliminate the cravings and the bad side effects of eating sugar. This is true with most foods that are bad for you, such as junk foods and energy drinks. They are loaded with chemicals that keep you addicted. There is no need to rush or diet. Small sensible changes are better for your body and your ileocecal valve and your health will improve over time. Especially, when you combine our supplements with your new food choices.
Initially, sugar makes you feel good. It elevates your blood pressure, satisfies the craving centers in the brain. But the problem is that you’re going to crash. Sugar is a horrible way to run the body. It is a very short term energy source with bad side effects. And as we said before sugary foods cause inflammation in the gut and lead to leaky gut and problems with the ileocecal valve and a host of unhealthy problems. There’s a link between the gut and the brain. Your gut sends various hormones, neurotransmitters, and immunological factors to the brain. For example, serotonin is a chemical that is produced in the gut and transmitted to the brain. It promotes a happy feeling. An unhealthy gut doesn’t make as much of this chemical, so you experience less happy feelings. All because of poor food choices. Small changes over time. A happier and healthier you.
Yours in health, “Eating better supports better sleep and more energy. A better mind and body” Rick Ferola