“Man is not nourished by what he swallows, but by what he digests and uses.”

Diarrhea is characterized by frequent loose or liquid bowel movements that are often accompanied by bloating, gas, and cramping. It can be caused by something as simple as a change in diet or a more serious illness or infection. Diarrhea may be sudden in onset and short in duration. It can also last for weeks to months or occur off and on. A single bout of diarrhea is generally not a cause for concern, but if it persists for more than a day or two, it can lead to dehydration.

Diarrhea means things are moving too fast
and as a result:

  • You won’t be absorbing the nutrients from the foods you are eating.

  • You’ll be losing excessively fluids and electrolytes - essential substances, such as sodium and potassium at a fast pace and disrupting your body’s water balance. Extreme fluid loss can cause serious complications. Signs and symptoms of dehydration include a very dry mouth, intense thirst, little or no urination, and extreme weakness. Both of these are very important, and if left uncorrected persistent diarrhea can kill you.

  • Extensive damage to the lining of your large intestine can lead to a perforation in the wall of your intestine (a hole in your bowel).

In this program you’ll learn about:

  • What Causes Diarrhea

  • Everything you need to know about bacteria Clostridium difficile

  • 8 steps that naturally prevent and improve your diarrhea