Inflammatory bowel syndrome (IBS) is the most common gastrointestinal disorder in the U.S., affecting an estimated 30 million people. Patients with this condition suffer symptoms that can include painful bloating, constipation, diarrhea or an alternating pattern of both. Many patients try to avoid social interactions because they are embarrassed by their symptoms.
Similarly, an estimated 1.4 million Americans have Inflammatory Bowel Disease, or IBD, a chronic digestive disorder. About 30,000 new cases are diagnosed annually. Ulcerative colitis, one of the most common types of IBD, causes inflammation and ulcers in the top layers of the lining of the large intestine. Common symptoms include abdominal pain, diarrhea, bleeding, fatigue, weight loss and loss of appetite. According to statistics, ulcerative colitis patients can be at increased risk of developing colorectal cancer.
From the RBTI Perspective IBS and IBD are really two variations on a theme. And many researchers are agreeing that IBS and IBD are interrelated diseases, noting that patients with IBD experience IBS-like symptoms when their IBD is in remission. A 3-year study found that patients diagnosed with IBS were 16.3 times more likely to be diagnosed with IBD during the study period. Serum markers associated with inflammation have also been found in patients with IBS. Some researchers have suggested that IBS is a type of low-grade inflammatory bowel disease.
What is amazing is that researchers are not even close to addressing the CAUSE of IBS/IBD, as far as RBTI is concerned. Newer research blames the overgrowth of micro organisms. For example, a Cedars-Sinai study concludes that bacterial overgrowth is definitively linked to IBS. While another very recent study, from the same institution identified and characterized a large community of fungi inhabiting the large intestine as a key in IBD. Researchers admit that fungi have existed in the gut, but until now have never been studied as to what types, how many and whether they’re important in disease. Now, they claim to be seeing linkages to digestive disorders.
Which begs the critical question these researchers are obviously not asking. What is providing the free room and board for all these micro organisms to even exist in the quantities research has shown?
This is a most critical question. It is exactly like the question that horticultural researchers never ask regarding the cause of a disease that affects stone fruit trees known as bacterial gumosis or bacterial canker — also two variations on a theme just like IBS & IBD. According to horticultural scientists, bacterial gumosis and canker is caused by micro organisms getting into and affecting the cambium or growth layer where the sap flows under the outer bark of a stone fruit tree (e.g., peaches, cherries, apricots, plums). They thoroughly believe that bacteria (known as Pseudomonas) are the real cause because when they test the gumosis and canker contents they find an over growth of those micro organisms, when, in fact, the micro organisms are only the symptom. By believing that the cause is micro organisms, the so-called “cure” is to use anything that will get rid of the bacteria. In ISB & IBD that means the use of antibiotics will be becoming the treatment of choice to “cure” IBS and IBD based on the newest research. “This new study confirms what our findings with the antibiotic and our previous studies always led us to believe: Bacteria are key contributors to the cause of IBS. This clear evidence of the role bacteria play in the disease underscores our clinical trial findings, which show that antibiotics are a successful treatment for IBS.”
It is unbelievable and a gross shame that researchers remain so narrow in their interpretation of information, while at the same time totally believing they have found the cause—when, in fact, they are only looking at a symptom.
Yes, the digestive tract is certainly home to a very large number of micro-organisms. There is an estimated 100 trillion bacteria that call the gut home. In fact, microbes in the gut outnumber human cells in the body. Under healthy conditions most are necessary to aid in digesting food, producing necessary vitamins and suppressing the growth of harmful microorganisms. Others, under the wrong electrochemical conditions, are harmful to the body, contributing to illnesses such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and other IBS and IBD related conditions. Until orthodox researchers begin to understand what the real cause is behind all disease, even IBS & IBD, symptom treatments will continue to rule the day.
I want to be perfectly clear, real cause of IBS/IBD in the human and bacterial gumosis/canker in a fruit tree, however, has been truly revealed by the science and technology of Reams’ Biological Theory of Ionization (RBTI). You see, RBTI has domonstrated a deeper issue as the cause of the micro organism proliferation discovered in both IBS and IBD. The deeper issue is the foundational reserve mineral energy has been depleted to such an extent that free room and board are being supplied for the IBS & IBD organisms to proliferate unabated.
I hope this opened some eyes.
Thanks for stopping,
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (2012, June 6). Role of fungus in digestive disorders explored.