Case Study – Ravinder K

How Ravinder was able to stop taking Gaviscon in just 30-days

How Ravinder transformed her health

39 year-old Ravinder from the U.K. approached us for help with a whole cluster of seemingly unrelated symptoms.

She had digestive trouble, problems with her sleep and hormones, as well as some hair loss.

This is no way to be living yet it’s an awfully common situation for people to find themselves in these days.

Ravinder’s symptom list looked like this:

  • Acid reflux and frequent use of Gaviscon as an antacid
  • Heartburn
  • Stomachache
  • Chest Pain
  • Rib Pain
  • Bloating
  • Nausea
  • Constipation
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Occasional blood in stool
  • Food sensitivities
  • Joint pain
  • Headaches
  • Poor quality sleep
  • Fatigue
  • Anxiety
  • Heart palpitations
  • Irregular menstrual cycles
  • Reoccurring vaginal thrush
  • Hair loss

It had been 19 years since she felt well and I’m sure you will agree that this is an awfully long time to be under the weather.

When all these different symptoms are happening together, there’s no magic bullet.

I tell my clients, “There’s no pills, potions or lotions to deal with all these commotions.”

It’s these very situations that leave doctors and patients stumped, for you cannot treat these symptom clusters with drugs.

It simply doesn’t work because to take a drug for every symptom would mean taking half a dozen or more drugs each day… and then dealing with the side effects of the drugs!

How we helped Ravinder rejuvenate her body

Nobody has symptoms because of a lab test, supplement or drug deficiency, so the first thing we do is begin by coaching our clients to gradually alter their lifestyle.

We consider foods, eating and drinking habits, rest and relaxation, sleep and movement.

In Ravinder’s case, we felt it best to help her remove possible ‘trigger foods’ from her diet.

She did an exceptionally good job of following the recommendations and began feeling better relatively quickly.

But all knew there were other factors contributing to her symptoms, and chronic infections were an important consideration because of her recurring oral thrush.

Studies dating back as far as the mid 1970s have shown that when women have chronic vaginal thrush, the gastrointestinal tract nearly always has a yeast / fungal problem as well.

So we wanted to see what might be lurking in Ravinder’s digestive tract.

Through a simple stool test done at home, we found that Ravinder had a yeast overgrowth and bacterial problem (called Proteus vulgaris).

She also had a borderline high level of H. pylori.

Interestingly the lab detected red blood cells in Ravinder’s stool sample, indicating some bleeding and damage in her digestive system.

This correlated with her own observations of seeing blood in her stool.

Take a look at some of her results, below:

How did we deal with the lab results?

The key to succeeding in these situations is to carefully plan a series of cleansing and healing protocols for the gut, and in Ravinder’s case, the vaginal tract.

We structured back-to-back 30-day protocols, with a few days left in between to monitor how her body was coping on its own (i.e. without supplements).

Ravinder did a great job of sticking to her new dietary changes, and in particular the gluten-free approach seemed to have worked wonders for her.

In her own words, here are the improvements she experienced:

  • Acid reflux – much improved (able to stop Gaviscon completely after 30 days.)
  • Heartburn – greatly improved
  • Stomachache – greatly improved – happens only occasionally
  • Chest Pain – greatly improved – occurring only now and again
  • Rib Pain – greatly improved
  • Bloating – lessened
  • Nausea – improved
  • Constipation – improved
  • Hemorrhoids – less frequent and more manageable.
  • Blood in stool occasionally – improving
  • Food sensitivities – great improvement
  • Joint pain – improving as it occurs less.
  • Headaches – greatly improved.
  • Poor quality sleep – greatly Improved.
  • Fatigue – greatly improved
  • Anxiety – greatly reduced and more easily managed
  • Heart Palpitations – lessened
  • Irregular menstrual cycles – first time in the last year she’s had regular menstrual cycles
  • Reoccurring thrush – improving markedly
  • Hair loss – lower rate of hair loss

I felt this was an exceptional improvement from where Ravinder began, and it’s testimony to her commitment that she’s been able to achieve such excellent health improvements.

Here’s what Raviner said:

“I really enjoyed working with you and finding new ways to deal with my health issues and it was a journey.

I learnt a lot about alternative methods and how to go gluten free.

It was a life style change and made me change my everyday life to eradicate the bad bugs and get healthy.

Thanks for all your help.”

You can do this!

I realize it may seem far fetched that some diet changes and a simple home stool test can bring such excellent health improvements.

But it’s true.

The medical system is there for disease care, not health care.

It’s going to save your life when you really need it, but it’s not going to help if you have ongoing, nagging symptoms that disrupt your quality of life.

There’s no need to put up with digestive complaints, low energy, mood swings, sleep problems, bad skin and other common maladies.

Let’s work together to make sure you return to a level of health you deserve.

I’m biased but I believe a comprehensive home stool test is the best starting point.

It’s simple, convenient and there’s no embarrassing clinic visit.

You just do a sample at home, and send it back to the lab in the packaging provided.

It’s not something you’ll want to do every day, but I guess if you’re not willing to provide a stool specimen, you’re not really interested in regaining your vitality.

Don’t make the mistake I made and wait 4 years before doing a test – it’s not worth it.

Besides which, it’s a risk free investment.

If the stool test doesn’t uncover the reasons you’re not feeling well, I’ll refund every penny.

You can learn more about a home stool test, or order one, here.



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