Conventional wisdom used to claim that this small pouch protruding from the first part of the large intestine was simply redundant or an evolutionary shadow of a once useful organ. For years doctors advised people to have their appendix removed.
Researchers now say that the appendix acts as a safe house for good bacteria to be stored in there, until it is needed by the digestive system when it comes under attack.
This is why many people who have had their appendix removed suffer from:
- Catching colds often,
- Complain of gas and bloating.
- Have food sensitivities.
- Might have low energy
- Might not have regular bowel movements.
- Always feel that something in their digestive tract is off.
- Take a course of strong probiotics.
- Understand what it is you are eating that might be adding to your discomfort.
If you think you are one of those people and would like to understand more, please get in touch with me. I will arrange for a free health history consultation and help you identify certain issues.
Small Changes For a Healthier ”U”.