Multiple Food Sensitivities and Hashimoto’s

Multiple Food Sensitivities and Hashimoto's

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Than that, so this is a person that comes in here and wonderful through scent series in Hashimoto’s; okay, but multiple food sensitivities. I could say, and everything multiple food sensitive in Hashimoto’s, multiple systems, a room, it’s.

What arthritis and the reason that we’re, bringing it up is because, all of a sudden I’m. Seeing a lot of these cases and they’re very unique cases – the air cases that I literally when they would walk in the door in the past, I would literally just go.

I can’t help this person. I would let them know I didn’t, think I could help them. I’d, say well, we’ll, give it a shot. We’ll, treat you for all these histamine responses and all these other things, and it would help to a degree but it.

But but this was a big thing and so the relationship first of all, what multiple food sensitivities is it’s, a person walks in here and goes. I am down to six foods that’s, it. I can only eat six foods.

Last month it was seven and this week it’s six, so I don’t know where this is going, but I need help and I need it like now and and so it’s. It’s. A it’s, an interesting phenomena. Basically, what happens is your digestive chain has completely broken down.

It’s, slow in its gradual over a period of time, and what that means is, is your digestive chain? Is I chew and you should be chewing somewhere between 20 and 40 times, and I know all of you are doing that? Okay, and why is that important? Because that tells your stomach and your gallbladder and gets your stomach in your gallbladder or your pancreas? It sends signals to know foods coming and you know they’re.

Also, you’re. Getting of course, you’re, getting the the digestive enzymes from your saliva in there. Then it hits the stomach you need. You need to have enough hydrochloric acid, in your stomach, to digest proteins and other things and to kill bet bucks and to kill bugs bacterias viruses.

All of you have Candida. I’m gonna tell you you, don’t. Have enough hydrochloric acid. In your stomach. You probably wouldn’t have Candida. So then you have also. Then you have. The gall bladder is supposed to do its job with the fats, and you have the pancreas that’s supposed to do its job, with the starches in the carbohydrates, etc.

And then you have a stomach. It’s supposed to which job, and in that sin that I’m, sorry, the intestines and in the intestines there’s a whole lot going on in there those intestines there’s, a lot going on In there they got your microbiome in there, so you have your balance.

You have the right balance in bacteria, you, you have to break things you have to. You have 75 %. Your immune system is there, which is where this comes in, with with Hashimoto’s, you have to absorb nutrients.

Do you have a look at God? So this is the digestive chain when that digestive chain breaks down? Essentially, what happens is the food particle that is supposed to be broken down into eat seaweed, see teensy, tiny, molecular particles, so your proteins are supposed to be broken down into these things called amino acids.

Just these single amino acid amino acids are building blocks for proteins. Okay, but they don’t, get broken down into that they get broken down only so far, because your stomach didn’t have enough hydrochloric acid, to break them down and and and and so it so and I won’T get in the gallbladder and the pancreas and all that basically let’s just keep with that.

So they’re supposed to break down. To one AM you know us, and but they don’t the you know the hydrochloric acid. It breaks down to what’s called an amino acid chain. So if it’s, so if there’s 10 a.m. you know acid, stuck together it’s done just one.

Coming in there’s, something in the inside of your intestines. It goes no. No, it goes there’s, a cell in there and it’s called a dendritic cell and it comes out it’s like it’s a little octopus, and it attaches itself to that amino acid chain Goes that doesn’t, look anything like like what’s supposed to be going past, this point to get digested, broken down and absorb and go so.

I’m taking you somewhere. I’m, going to take you over here to the to the immune conditioned department because you look like like a bug or a bacteria or virus, but I know you’re, not, but you don’t like it look Like something that should be going any farther in this digestive thing goes over here, your immune system thinks oh, look any goes.

I don’t. That is, but it doesn’t belong here, and so it makes a little antibody to that. This is a sensitivity. This is a food sensivity which are largely made in the intestines versus food allergies, okay, which are largely made in the bloodstream.

So now you get this sensitivity to one okay. Now I got a food I can’t eat then. Maybe a couple months later it’s. Another food, you can eat, maybe a couple months later it’s. Another field you can’t eat and that’s.

How the chain goes once that starts breaking down, it is, like I mean all bets are off. It is like I don’t. It would take me another 30 minutes to tell you all of the things that could happen in your physiology from you.

Not breaking your food down developing a leaky gut having inflammation get out of there developing lipopolysaccharides, developing small intestinal bacterial overgrowth when this walks in the door, and all of that can flare up your Hashimoto’s.

Frankly, all of that can flare up your rheumatoid arthritis. Your lupus frankly, you don’t need to have any of that. It’ll just make you feel like crap, you’ll. Just you’ll get brain fog. You won’t, be able to think so.

So the so. This question relative to Hashimoto ‘ S is kind of yes, it’s relative to Hashimoto’s, but it’s, also relative to all those things. What has to happen? What has to happen is that whole digestive chain has to be re-established.

It’s, not easy to do, and it’s not just about taking a digestive enzyme and a hydrochloric acid pill and a pancreatic spill and and and and other supplements that would be involved in reestablishing those.

You have to completely reestablish reestablish the bacterial imbalance in your intestines that is completely gone and you don’t, do take it by probiotics, because most of you’ll, take probiotics. When you have these chemical sense theories and they make you blow so so, where is it sorry? It’s.

It’s, so I to get it not to get into the a great length, but it’s. Basically, what has to happen is is, is this usually happens from a lack of food diversity, so you’re. It’s, the it’s, the person who eats the same a foods every day every week never changes.

I eat fish every day I eat eggs, making for breakfast every day. You know it’s, that type of thing, and basically, if, if you followed what I just said, you can imagine that if you keep eating it every day, it keeps not breaking down.

Eventually, your immune system sees it enough times ago, out of here by by the time your immune system starts to break down. Even when you start diversifying, then you start getting sensitivities to the other foods, so it’s, hard yeah.

You have to be able to bring foods back into that person’s environment that they’re sick to by by presenting them tiny, tiny, tiny bits of each food over a period of time. We find that it’s. Usually best to bring in and bring in lots and lots and lots and lots of varieties of vegetables first, sometimes we might start with this a little as a teaspoon full of combined vegetables too.

Just to expose your immune system, the little bits of each thing it’s, a it’s a whole science into himself, but we thought we would. We would present this because I think I’ve had six or seven of these in the last months, maybe six weeks, something like that.

So we’re. We’re pretty. We have a pretty good gauge here going on like what’s going on, I mean we see things here a lot of times before it really gets out there. So this isn’t really out there too much on the internet and we call it a it’s.

We just call it multiple food sensitivity syndrome. I don’t know what to call it. I think I’ve, seen it called lack of lack of mucosal tolerance. In other words, the mucosa on the inside of your intestines is not tolerating your foods.

Well, whatever it is, we’re, seeing a lot of it. Lately it’s, a pain in the butt. It can be helped it’s very tedious. You have to know what you’re doing. You have to have a cooperative patient and who kind of embraces what we’re doing and it’s.

Patient a patient patient is what we need, but that’s. That’s, multiple food sensitivities, it’s real. If you’re sitting there, this one I don’t, usually they promote but like. If you’re sitting there and you’re.

Going like man, I’m eating less and less foods each month, and I don’t know where this is going yeah I’ll, actually put a little promo out there on this one and say you might want to At least give us a you know a console, because these are these.

I don’t care. What you have I don’t care. What your other conditions are. If you have this, you don’t treat this first. You are not going to be able to fix anything else. I don’t care. You know, Hashimoto’s.

I don’t care. We have Crohn’s disease. I care where they have irritable bowel syndrome. Skin dermatitis I don’t care. What it is. This has to be treated first, so that’s, our multiple food sensitivity segment.

I give me some feedback on this too. If there are those of you out there to have this, I’d love to hear some feedback on this to see if it was helpful or thoughtful or or useful. Okay, seeing a couple days, you

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