No Really, I’m Not Stressed! The Adrenal Stress Test – a simple home test
Symptoms of A Stressed Tummy • Heartburn/reﬂux • Burping • Nausea aWer ea<ng or in the morning • Bloa<ng • Frequent of infrequent bowel movements • Wind/ﬂatulence • Stomach pain/cramps
Diges<ve Tests Order Number:Completed: November 28, 2007Received: November 21, 2007Collected: November 15, 2007Route Number: A080461MRN:Sex: MDOB: April 25, 1980PATIENTSAMPLEPatient:0.9-26.8 U/g4.31.3-8.6 micromol/g5.1NoneFew2.6-32.4 mg/g28.50.2-8.8 mg/g3.81.3-23.7 mg/g22.90.2-3.5 mg/g1.20.2-3.3 mg/g0.6BacteriologyMycologyLactobacillus species 3+Escherichia coli *NGBifidobacterium 2+alpha haemolytic Streptococcus 4+NPgamma haemolytic Streptococcus 4+NPBacillus species 1+NPCitrobacter freundii 4+PPEnterobacter cloacae 4+PP6.1-7.96.944.5-72.4 %62.1337-4,433 U/g1,327>= 2.5 micromol/g10.5>= 13.6 micromol/g53.3
Recommenda<ons • Drink water-‐extracted decaﬀeinated coﬀee • Drink Rooibos tea or weak green tea • Drink chamomile • Eat plenty of greens at every meal • ¼ plate of protein at every meal • Avoid all sugar containing foods and drinks
Recommenda<ons • Water – watch for clear urine • Increase your daily soluble ﬁbre intake – fruits, vegetables, len<ls, beans, oats and brown rice. Add beans and len<ls to stews, soups, dips, curries, salads – Reduce bananas, cheese, bread and pasta which ac<vely reduce gut mo<lity • Magnesium (citrate), Vitamin C (powder),High Strength B Complex with extra vitamin B5 (morning and lunch)
Recommenda<ons • “Just Shut Up!” • “Is this really important?” • STOP and sit down to eat • 10 breathes deep into your belly • Chew, chew, chew • Think about and enjoy your food • Do the Bicarbonate of Soda test – A simple home test, email for info
We Are Not Snakes! YOUR STOMACH DOES NOT HAVE TEETH SO CHEW YOUR FOOD!
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