Digestion

Causes 
 

The primary culprit in all types of digestive disorders is poor diets containing too much gluten, processed foods and sugar and not enough fibrous foods. This can lead to an acidic environment that suppresses the immune system. Dehydration contributes and results from drinking too many caffeinated, carbonated and alcoholic drinks and not enough water. These types of disorders are also more likely to occur if you are overweight or do not get adequate exercise. Taking antibiotics or abusing other drugs can disrupt gut flora. Stress, emotional problems and infections are other factors that can be involved. If there is damage to the villi in the intestines, these will not affectively absorb nutrients and damage to the intestinal walls can cause food particles to enter the blood stream. Acid reflux and sometimes, stomach cancer, can be caused by a hiatal hernia. 
 

Symptoms 

Digestives problems can have many different symptoms depending on the exact condition, these can include: allergies and intolerance to fats; bad breath and foul-smelling stool; problematic bowel movements and flatulence; colds and congestion; head, lower back and body aches; lack of energy and a greater need for sleep; higher susceptibility to infection; liver/gall bladder pain and premenstrual syndrome. There may be an imbalance in the microorganisms of the digestive system known as dysbiosis. Sacs in the intestines may have inflammation or become perforated (diverticulitis) or the lining of the colon can become inflamed (ulcerative colitis), leading to pain and traces of blood or mucus in the faeces. Crohn’s disease is another inflammatory condition that can lead to poor nutrient absorption, diarrhoea, abdominal pain, flatulence, fever and weight-loss. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a condition where people suffer from diarrhoea, constipation and abdominal pain. A person with Coeliac disease may have restricted growth, produce foul-smelling stool and have abdominal bloating. 

BICOM® Programs to be Used 

Digestion Min N°/Seq. Pag   
Small intestine, acute 
Duodenal Problems 
3   
16  
290.8  
460.3, 518.3, 900.9, 960.8 
73  
30 
Improve protein metabolism  5+ 
4+6 
518.2 
960.6, 970.7  
40 
40 
Improve bowel action5+ 
5+4 
930.1 
830.2, 960.5 
39 
39 
Tissue process, chronic 
Toxin elimination 
5  
923.2  
970.5 
80  
80 
Mandibular joint correction 
Sinusitis, chronic 
Allergy therapy: cold 
13  

530.2  
500.1 
992.1 
50  
25 
Enteritis 230.2, 280.3 31 
Intestinal infection  7+ 
4+8
441.1 
461.6, 443.0 
44 
44 
Colitis ulcerosa supporting  
Sk – Skin acute 
NS – Nervous system chronic
16  

461.1, 563.0, 432.4  
350.1 
231.1 
26  
90 
89 

Supplements to take 

Vitamin D-3, vitamin C complex, astragalus/echinacea 

Other therapies 

Adapt to a diet that contains a large proportion of vegetables and some fermented foods as well as beneficial fats from foods such as avocado and coconut oil. Sugary foods and carbohydrate-rich foods are to be avoided as well as any foods that trigger symptoms. It is important to keep well-hydrated by drinking a sufficient volume of water each day with a little salt. Preventative measures include not smoking and avoiding caffeinated, carbonated and alcoholic drinks. Regular, vigorous exercise will support the immune system and help the body to detoxify. Getting enough good-quality rest is important and it is helpful to have a regular sleep pattern. Medication can be used to control symptoms such as pain killers to help with aches and laxatives to ease constipation. If possible, cut out any drugs that disrupt the bowel flora or cause other digestive symptoms. Bowel cleanses and colon hydrotherapy can also be used to detoxify.  

Experiences and case studies  

An Italian man had been suffering from dyspepsia (indigestion) for 30 years. His symptoms had got gradually worse and he was eventually unable to eat the spaghetti that he loved and was looking malnourished. BICOM® testing revealed that he had wheat and cow’s milk intolerances and after 8 weeks of therapy, he was symptom free. Now he is able to enjoy spaghetti again. (https://bioresonance.com/dyspepsia/)  

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