Most men don’t realize that penis problems start in the gut…
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Penis problems start in the gut — this fixes both with one simple trick
Most people don’t realize that serotonin gets created in the gut…
So when you have too much serotonin, the first place it builds up is in your gut…
Where it causes awful problems with going to the bathroom, digesting food, and eating in general.
And the next place serotonin builds up is in the penis, where it begins causing erections problems.
Fortunately, if you fix the gut, erections comes roaring back immediately after.
This 1 hormone can cure chronic constipation
Chronic constipation affects about 1 in 6 people in the United States.
But more than 50% of people suffer from intermittent constipation.
Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is another increasingly common problem.
Both of these issues are related to slow gastrointestinal transit time.
There are other issues too. Food is broken down by bacteria in the lower part of the gut…
…but if food stays there too long, these bacteria can get out of control.
Slow transit time can lead to increased translocation of bacteria – which leak into the rest of the body.
This causes things like cardiovascular disease, low testosterone, dementia and obesity.
Let’s take a look at some research highlighting the role of thyroid function on gastrointestinal transit time.
The human research was carried out at Pamukkale University in Turkey. The paper was published in Gastroenterology Research and Practice.
“There have been reports of disorders of motility and transport functions in the digestive system resulting from hypothyroidism.”
Hypothyroidism is a condition where the thyroid gland does not produce enough thyroid hormones.
Thyroid hormones catalyze energy production in the cell.
Thyroid hormones are essential for the function of every single part of the body.
For as long as we have known about thyroid, doctors have observed a relationship between hypothyroidism and sluggish gut movement.
“A reduction in the motor activity of stomach, small intestine, and colon has been reported in previous studies.”
This can result in a whole host of problems – bloating and constipation are almost ever present problems in people with hypothyroidism.
“Changes in the motor activity of the digestive system may result in gastric distension and constipation in hypothyroidism.”
So this study set out to scientifically examine what exactly is going on here.
“Gastrointestinal motility and serum thyroid hormone levels are closely related. Our aim was to analyze whether there is a disorder in esophagogastric motor functions as a result of hypothyroidism.
The researchers recruited 30 people with hypothyroidism in 10 healthy people with thyroid function well within the normal, healthy range.
None of the participants had reported any serious gastrointestinal problems. People like this were excluded in order to rule out complicating results.
“Our patients had primary hypothyroidism. None of them suffered from severe gastrointestinal system complaints.”
The participants were given meals.
Then the researchers used high-tech recording devices to see what was going on inside their gastrointestinal systems.
They looked at how fast food moved through the esophagus. They also looked at how quickly gastric emptying occurred.
Both of these analyses showed that food moved much slower through people who had hypothyroidism.
“The mean esophageal transit time and gastric emptying time were markedly increased in cases of hypothyroidism.”
Food moves through the esophagus in a matter of seconds. But it took more than twice as long in people with hypothyroidism.
Gastric emptying happens a little further down. This process occurs in the order of minutes.
Gastric emptying took an average of 30 minutes for healthy people.
Gastric emptying was much longer in people with hypothyroidism – taking an average of 49 minutes.
The methods used to track food through the system showed that people with hypothyroidism had problems with their motor activity…
…greatly slowing the movement of food through the system.
“Hypothyroidism prominently reduces esophageal and gastric motor activity and can cause gastrointestinal dysfunction.”
If you’ve ever seen somebody with untreated hypothyroidism you know that their skin can become bloated.
It looks like it’s waterlogged, or as if it has been stuffed with fat.
This is a swelling caused by a substance called mucopolysaccharide.
Researchers believe that this type of swelling (edema) may be occurring in the guts of hypothyroid people.
“The most probable reason for slower transit time in hypothyroid patients is intestinal edema due to mucopolysaccharide in gastrointestinal tissue.”
The research proves that constipation, SIBO, bloating, and many other conditions related to gastrointestinal problems can be triggered by hypothyroidism.
The great news is that hypothyroidism is very treatable.
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