If you've ever struggled with a condition like Crohn's disease, colitis, or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), you've probably suffered tremendously. These conditions are not only painful, but can sometimes take away whole parts of your life, because you feel like you have to structure your day around visits to the toilet, the pain attacks, the discomfort and the bloating that may have even affected of your sleep. Unfortunately, all of these can interfere with your ability to work and complete your daily tasks. These conditions can affect all people, regardless of age, physical condition and activity level, or gender.

Unfortunately, there is a lot of misinformation about Crohn's disease, colitis, and IBS that confuses people and prevents true healing. These conditions are still a mystery to medicine. Doctors and other health professionals are unable to explain exactly why symptoms occur. Often the best answer a healthcare professional has for someone is that they have inflammation in the colon and their own immune system is attacking the gut. Sometimes certain foods or something in them like gluten or lectins are blamed, but inflammation and these foods are not the cause (find out the truth about lectins in Anthony William's English language podcast - The Truth About Lectins ). There is something else that causes the inflammation that the medical community still doesn't know about.

Why high-fat diets are problematic

There are so many fad diets that claim to revolutionize the way we eat and how healthy we can be. However, if one takes a closer look, one will notice that almost all of these diets are essentially the same thing with a slight twist. Most of the modern diets presented today are extremely high in fat, whether it is an animal protein based diet, a vegan diet or a vegetarian diet. What they all have in common is that they are rich in fat. The slight differences in all these diets may be a vitamin they promote or a greater focus on a certain food, but they are very similar. Because these modern diets properly eliminate highly processed foods and include more vegetables, some people do experience benefits at first. When this happens, we have to think about what kind of diet someone came from to experience such a change. Maybe your indigestion has improved slightly, you've said goodbye to a runny nose, or you've lost some weight. However, these trendy high-fat diets won't help you truly heal long-term when you're dealing with a chronic illness. They provide only temporary improvement.

The biggest reason modern high-fat diets don't work for deep chronic disease is that they simply don't contain enough fruit. In fact, all of these diets are unanimously anti-fruit, even though fruit is the most important food for a person trying to heal from a chronic illness, including Crohn's disease, colitis, or IBS. This attack on fruit has resulted in many people now having a fear of fruit, believing that eating more fruit such as a handful of berries or a green apple is unhealthy or unwise. To find out more about how this fear of fruit came about and why it is so harmful to your health and the health of your loved ones, you can read in Anthony William's book "The Healthiest Foods" . Science and research have barely scratched the surface of the healing powers of fruit because there just isn't that much to gain from it.

If you or someone you love suffers from severe chronic digestive issues and you've tried absolutely everything and nothing has worked, here are the answers for you. Chances are, if you've tried one of today's high-fat, high-animal-protein diets, your symptoms have persisted to some degree, even if they initially improved from cutting out processed foods. The same would be true if you eat a vegetarian or vegan diet, but get most of your calories from high-fat foods like eggs, dairy, oils, soy, nuts, and seeds. High-fat diets of any kind are extremely taxing on the liver, and most of us come into this world with already burdened livers (you can learn more about this in Liver Help ). Your first question may be, why are we discussing the liver when your symptoms are in the gut. The answer is that Crohn's disease, colitis and IBD all start in the liver. Medical science and research are not aware of this truth. If you want to get to the root of your gut and digestive issues, it's important to turn your attention to your liver and learn how to really support this amazing, hard-working organ. For more in-depth information about the still-unknown function of the liver and the important steps necessary for recovery, check out the book Helping the Liver .

You can start looking at how our bodies are designed to eat by looking at the macronutrients in breast milk. Breast milk is the ideal food for babies, as well as an excellent indicator of how we should eat for the rest of our lives. Breast milk consists almost entirely of sugar with a very small percentage of fat and protein. There are so many amazing carbohydrates in breast milk that science and research have yet to discover or address. The key understanding here is that breast milk is extremely low in fat. When children become adults and, as they age, begin to consume more and more fat throughout their lives, the problems begin. And it all starts with the liver.

Common foods in children are cheese, eggs, pork, fried foods, chicken, beef, ham, milk, yogurt, hot dogs, bacon, and foods cooked in oil - all of which are extremely high in fat and lead to an increasing burden on the liver. When there is too much fat in the liver, it sets the stage for Crohn's disease, colitis, and IBS, as well as constipation, bloating, and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). It also provides a great environment for pathogens to thrive. When the liver is overloaded with fat, it cannot produce the necessary quantity or quality of bile juice. This is important to understand because the liver must continue to produce strong bile to kill and contain the pathogens we inevitably inherit or contract during our lives. If the quantity and quality of bile juice is impaired, this will affect your health as well, and it will continue to deteriorate over time unless you take the proper steps to detoxify and heal your liver.

Crohn's, colitis, and IBD begin in the liver

Pathogens in our bodies are either inherited from our parents, grandparents, great-grandparents and beyond, or picked up by our contact with the outside environment. Viruses and bacteria enter the liver, which tries to contain and destroy them with the help of its own powerful immune system, which medical science and research still does not know exists, to protect us from them. However, if the liver is unable to do this because it is overworked, pathogens can enter the intestines and cause the symptoms of Crohn's disease, colitis, and IBS. In high-fat diets, the production of bile juice in the liver is drastically weakened, so that it cannot cope with its task of destroying viruses or bacteria before they reach the intestines and take up residence there. In fact, the liver can suffocate even in young children due to inherited toxic heavy metals that reside in the liver and interfere with bile production. The book Liver Help addresses this and many other problems that lead to liver overload.

When the liver is congested due to a high-fat diet, along with having to house other dangerous toxins you've been exposed to, stomach hydrochloric acid is also weakened because the stomach relies on the liver to produce bile. to maintain it and stop pathogens from moving up into the stomach. Stomach hydrochloric acid is essential in the discussion of these conditions because the special seven-component mixture that Anthony William describes in his book "The Healing Medium" and which science and research have yet to discover is able to kill pathogens as they enter into the stomach from the mouth or up from the intestines. This means that pathogens cannot travel back down the intestinal tract and colon again. By killing pathogens before they reach the colon or small intestine, hydrochloric acid prevents colitis and Crohn's disease, respectively. When the liver isn't doing its job because it's exhausted, the pathogen doesn't just move to the intestines and then pass through them. It has the opportunity to settle and make a kind of nest in the mucous membranes. It's still alive, but it may only become active or cause symptoms at a later stage. That's why sometimes Crohn's disease, colitis, and IBS don't show up in someone until they're a certain age.

Yet another reason to avoid high-fat diets

Having understood that high-fat diets, also called high-protein, interfere with the production of bile juice in the liver, as well as gastric juices and hydrochloric acid, we must also discuss how fat exists in the intestinal tract itself. Pathogenic microorganisms are not destroyed and so they have the opportunity to nestle in the intestinal mucosa. This is what causes inflammation, especially when viruses and bacteria begin to pass through its various stages and produce neurotoxins. Medical science doesn't yet understand how viruses work, so you won't find this information anywhere else, so it's extremely important that you familiarize yourself with the information that Anthony William shares in his articles, podcasts, and in his books so that you can help themselves and their loved ones to heal. Fat plays a very specific role in this scenario. The fats we consume, especially those from animal proteins, are quite difficult to digest at first, let alone when we consume such unnaturally high amounts of them. The lining of the intestines is covered with thick layers of fat that harden and eventually turn sour, making them an ideal home for pathogens. Pathogenic microorganisms prefer to hide in the fat-saturated intestines, as they can burrow deep and remain there for a long time. When the gut isn't saturated with fat, it's much harder for pathogens to get stuck and cause problems.

Viruses and bacteria feed

Something still unknown to medical science and research is the important truth that pathogens actually feed on food, and there are some foods that pathogens like more than others. This is critical because when you know what pathogens like to feed on, you can begin depriving them of their favorite foods, which will rob them of their ability to grow and reproduce. While certain foods such as gluten and dairy are thought to cause inflammation, these foods actually feed the pathogens that then cause the inflammation. This is a significant difference that is important to understand. Some of the foods that feed pathogens are gluten, eggs, all forms of dairy, corn, soy, canola oil, as well as toxic heavy metals and other toxins. You can read the full list in the book Thyroid Healing or Liver Help . Avoid gluten, eggs and dairy if you suffer from Crohn's disease, colitis and IBS. It would also be very helpful to include the five foods for heavy metal detox that Anthony William recommends in his daily diet: cilantro, wild blueberries , Atlantic dulce , spirulina and barley grass juice powder . These five foods work together in synergy for the only truly effective heavy metal detox. If If you want to learn more about heavy metal detox foods, as well as try a smoothie recipe that includes all five, check out Heavy Metal Detox Smoothies .

The truth about cars

Although not every case of colitis is the same, it is actually caused by a viral disease that both the medical and alternative health communities are unaware of. In fact, the term colitis is often used when doctors are unsure how to diagnose certain symptoms. To them, colitis is basically a term that means your colon is in crisis. It's pretty common these days for health professionals to blame colon problems on the autoimmune theory, which is your body attacking itself. However, this autoimmune theory is just that - a theory, and a flawed one at that. Colitis is not caused by your body attacking itself. It is an undetected viral disease. Specifically, colitis is caused by the herpes virus , one of the undiscovered 31 varieties of the herpes zoster family that are described in the book The Healing Medium . This virus nests in the colon and feeds on foods such as gluten, eggs, dairy, soy, corn and canola oil, hiding behind the corroded fat in the lining of the intestine. The herpes zoster virus then moves into a later stage of damage where it releases neurotoxins that also become trapped in the fat, irritating and inflaming the colon. Even when the fat breaks off and leaves the intestine, the lining of the colon is so inflamed and irritated that the virus itself can eat away at the intestinal cells. Bleeding can then occur.

The truth about Crohn's disease

Just like colitis, not every case of Crohn's disease is the same. In fact, there are even more possibilities for answering the question of each person's condition. Crohn's disease can be viral, bacterial, or both. If the condition is viral, it may be caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) . If the condition is bacterial, the specific bacteria is streptococcus . Especially in Crohn's disease, there is a large amount of toxic heavy metals in the small intestine, especially mercury. Pathogens or toxic heavy metals, or a combination of all these factors, create chronic inflammation that is highly unpleasant and often painful. However, regardless of what particular variety of Crohn's disease, colitis, or IBS you're dealing with, the plan of attack for healing is essentially the same.

The truth about HRD

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a common diagnosis that many receive from doctors and health professionals when they come to them with almost any bowel-related symptoms, such as indigestion, pain in the large or small intestines, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, etc. .n. In reality, IBS occurs when the colon is overwhelmed with waste products from pathogens such as strep and Escherichia coli, rotting food that has not been properly digested due to low production of bile and hydrochloric acid, and ammonia gases. For more information on ammonia gas, read "The Healing Medium" . The more fat and unhealthy foods there are in the diet, the more severe the symptoms of CHD will be.

For a more in-depth explanation of each of these mysterious conditions, including how to cure them, see the Liver Help book .

What about leaky gut?

It's quite popular to talk about leaky gut syndrome these days, but it's also a mysterious and misunderstood condition. If someone really has leaky gut, that is. perforation of the intestinal wall, he would suffer severely. He would have a high fever and be hospitalized due to a serious infection. Don't be fooled by articles on the internet that try to convince you that you have leaky gut syndrome. If you have digestive problems, focus on the tips given here. What is actually behind many cases of misdiagnosed leaky gut is ammonia permeability.

How to heal from Crohn's disease, colitis and IBS

The first thing to do when treating any of these conditions is to reduce your fat intake. Reducing fat in your diet, no matter what type of diet you're on (whether you love animal protein, are vegetarian, or prefer a plant-based diet), will give pathogens less of a chance to multiply and you'll have a better chance of heal. If you do consume animal protein, try to reduce it to once a day simply because it is inherently very high in fat. Even chicken breast, which is often touted as a lean meat, is full of fat and should be reduced or eaten minimally or avoided during treatment. Pork, eggs and dairy should be avoided completely, as I explain in my books. If you're on a vegan diet, reduce the amount of nuts, avocados, oils and coconut you eat, as these foods are also high in fat.

Now that you are aware of how much of a role the liver plays in these conditions, you can focus on building your liver's strength and bile reserves. Celery juice is a real miracle when it comes to curing Crohn's disease, colitis, and IBS because it accumulates bile salts that serve to destroy the pathogens causing the condition in the first place. The cluster salts in celery juice also work wonders in eliminating toxins created by pathogens by systemically binding to them and pulling them out of the intestinal tract. These salts are a boon to you and a poison to pathogens because they remove the pathogen's membrane shield. Read more about celery juice on Anthony William's blog - 

Bananas are another miracle food and should be eaten in abundance when treating Crohn's disease, colitis or IBS. Although some health professionals will advise you to stay away from bananas altogether, they are giving you the wrong information. Bananas, when properly ripe, with no green on top and a few brown spots, have powerful anti-pathogenic properties that can help you tremendously in healing. Maradol papaya is another powerful fruit that can be extremely beneficial for sufferers. If you don't like papaya, you probably haven't eaten a good papaya. Ask people who specialize in selling fruits and vegetables how to choose a good papaya and when is the best time to eat it. If you can't find good papaya at a regular supermarket, try looking for a local Asian grocery store. These stores often have an abundance of good fruit that never reaches regular grocery stores.

Also, if you've been told you have an allergy or intolerance to fruit, or if you feel discomfort when eating fruit, listen to Anthony William's podcast Fear of Fruit to learn more. In fact, fruit is the number one food to eat when you suffer from chronic digestive conditions. It would be a shame to continue to suffer by avoiding fruit when this food is actually safe and actually healthy to eat.

Some other steps you can take include making aloe vera water daily by scraping the gel from the leaves and mixing it with water. You can also consider taking antiviral and antibacterial nutritional supplements such as alcohol-free cat's claw , licorice root , or licorice and lemon balm tea to give your immune system an extra boost in fighting pathogens. Also try drinking high-quality coconut water , include cucumbers in your diet, and try steamed potatoes or sweet potatoes for dinner. These are simple yet healing foods to help you begin to heal. Also, be sure to read Thyroid Healing and Liver Help for more information that can help you understand your condition and how to heal.

How to move forward

If you have found this article and now know that your chronic condition is actually pathogen related and an overloaded liver, you are already halfway to your goal of true healing. Now that you have a better understanding of your condition, you can start cutting back on fat and drinking pure celery juice to strengthen your liver. You can include more and more fruit in your diet while eating less and less gluten, eggs, dairy, corn, soy, canola oil, and pork. Wake up each day with the resolution to make at least one healthy choice that will bring you closer to recovery.

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