Is your gut making you sick?!

Back in the days when animals could talk, there was a Heavenly sent couple ruling Earth:

YOU and YOUR HEALTHY BODY.

You: a wonderful human being. Beautiful, intelligent, smart.

With skills, fears, doubts, insecurities, selfless rather than selfish, with lots of love to give, but so less to receive…

Your body: once balanced, shining in peace and harmony with your mind and spirit.

Nowadays, since Candida Albicans decided to interfere and become from your best gut- friendly buddy the most fearful frenemy, the fairy tale changed… and the battle hasn’t even started…

Breakfast, lunch or dinner, you always have to share your meals with headaches, dizziness, bloating, abdominal pain.

Well, now, that you’ve fed your body, you are loaded with energy.

At least until, this stalker, Candida, steals it away and grows its tribe into your digestive tract.

Build, build, build! Build tiny holes here and there through vaginal, digestive, intestinal walls in which to live, grow and… eat away your immunity!

Oh, what a “flourishing” society over there!!!

After helping this “fungus community” develop, let’s meet our loved ones.

Friends, family, significant other. They are all looking forward to spending some quality time with you… alone.

Seems like a perfect day, so, go over to the dressing table, grab your make- up tools and… run as fast as you can to… the bathroom:

Those abdominal cramps and diarrhea need to be worshiped at their true value, so, you spontaneously change plans.

Finally, you haven’t spent a whole day on that “comfy” toilet seat for a while, right?

Morning’s here!!!

Excited about a new “symptom- free” day, you surrender to that flawless cup of coffee enjoyed on that flowery porch while the sun is tactfully touching your skin.

Suddenly, you feel a pinch and you spot red itchy shades here and there!

Yep, you are not alone anymore!!!

Eczema, hives and photosensitivity would love to accompany you. But wait, they don’t come alone! They bring that “valuable” crue of them: 

            » foggy brain

            » constipation

            » diarrhea

            » low libido

            » insomnia

            » headaches

            » lack of energy

           » hormonal imbalance

            » mood swings

            » food intolerance

            » joint aches

            » food  and environmental allergy

            » muscle aches

            » breath- taking uninviting body smell

            » colitis

            » memory loss

            » asthma

            » white deposits on the surface of the tongue

            » congestion

            » acne

            » extreme sweating, especially during the night

            » vaginitis

            » autoimmune diseases

            » kidney and bladder infections

            » arthritis

            » depression

Too many guests and too less time, energy and space to treat them as needed?! Don’t worry, you can clear your home as soon as a blink: Just renew your friendship with Candida Albicans.

I can assure you, the happy fairytale ending is right there at the corner, waiting for you.

What about you, my lovelies?! Do you struggle with any of those nasty issues?! 

If so, stay tuned for the following chapters of our “Healthy Gut Fairytale”, when we will bring to light how and why it all started, and we will reveal priceless secrets which come across effortlessly and permanently for healing your body.

Our  Doctor, Nutrition and Lifestyle Consultant is here to listen to your pain points, help you understand why you have a certain imbalance, and provide personalized health programs created according to your own body needs, pH level, metabolism, intolerance or allergies, preferences, lifestyle and more.

You are unique, and so your body is! Stop treating it as a photocopy of others! Listen, and treat it according to its own needs!

I will always hold your hand!

© 2017 Dr. Alina- Loredana Marcu. All rights reserved.

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Marina says:

    I had H pylori for almost 10 years. It made my life impossible. Now that I’m recovering I feel another person. Thank you for increasing awareness on this kind of topic.

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    1. breakthefog says:

      Our gut is our engine, the one which dictates our overall health.
      When addressing any kind of disease, we should first take care of those little, yet priceless friends of us, gut bacterias. They are the “heart” of our biosystem, and there is no balance or health where they are dying. Slowly, but safe, metabolic functions are disrupted and this is noticeable on our eyes, skin, hair, and finally… in the presence of diseases. There is no such thing as disease which stays forever as long as we address the root of it, and as long as we treat the person who has the issues, and not just the pain points.
      Every person is unique, and there is no pill which can help everybody!!! Achieving real health is a matter of choices related to individual parameters.
      Feel free to ask for any additional information, anytime!
      Bless you!

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  2. helenevlacho says:

    Great presentation Alina! I think i am very lucky with my skin as i haven’t suffer from anything as long as i can remember. My only concern is my (every then and now) sensitive skin.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. breakthefog says:

      Thank you for your appreciation, dear Helen.
      I hope it was helpful
      Your sensitive skin is related to sun exposure, food consumption, cosmetics, season or weather changes?
      Is it itchy, red, dry?!
      As soon as you let me know about these details, I could give you some helpful pieces of advice.
      Have a great day!!!

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  3. Always soo good my dear!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. breakthefog says:

      Hey, my dear Leian!!! I’ve missed you!!! Bless you!!!

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Aww I’m here … just been a little busy BUT I’ll be posting soon *hugs

        Liked by 1 person

      2. breakthefog says:

        Welcome back, sweetheart!!!

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