THIS is how you can keep your New Year's resolution! It's all about small changes, one at a time. http://www.ehow.com/ehow-fitness/blog/12-months-to-a-better-you/?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=inline&utm_campaign=fanpage
If you suspect you have a damaged gut, what can you do to fix it? (Of course you should see your doctor and get a proper diagnosis, and talk to him about your issues.) First, remember that if your gut is damaged you probably aren’t absorbing the nutrients from your food – even if you’re eating GREAT food! Switching cold turkey to a diet of salads and raw veggies isn’t even always the answer for healing your gut. Some raw veggies are actually really hard for a damaged gut to digest.
Death begins in the colon.' So said Hippocrates of Cos the ancient Greek physician (ca. 460 BC – ca. 370 BC). And modern science has shown that he was correct. More than 50 million Americans have bowel issues related to colon health. While some of the problems are relatively minor like acne, sleepiness, and headaches, many others are very serious illnesses. They include: