Crohn's disease is an autoimmune disease that affects thousands of people across America. Many studies were done regarding the rising Crohn's epidemic. These studies found the most incidences of Crohn's disease among the Jewish population. Scientists are puzzled over this mysterious phenomenon.
The rising incidence of Crohn's may be caused by overuse of anti-biotics, vaccines, anti-depressants, and stress. Stress is a major contributing factor. In fact scientists now consider the gut to be a second brain. When people are nervous or put in a stressful situation, their stomach begins to churn. Ever heard of the expression "butterflies in the stomach"? There is a direct correlation between emotions to overall health, especially digestive health. When people lead a stressful lifestyle, it takes a toll.
Another possible cause for digestive disorders is nutrient deficiency. When eating a diet high in processed foods (cereals, junk food, soda) and sugar, not to mention trans fats (fried foods, unhealthy cooking oils, margarine) and little to no vegetables (potatoes don't count), nutrient deficiency will result. The only way to fix this is through diet change and detoxification. Detoxification gets rid of the toxins that have been accumulating.
A great way to improve digestive health is through supplementation. Supplements can offer much needed vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that the human body desperately needs.
Probiotics are vital for digestive health. Probiotics are the beneficial bacteria present throughout the body, but, mostly in the gut. Probiotics keep the harmful yeast, fungi, and bad bacteria in check. They also work with the immune system. They h