Medical Intuitive Column: IBS

Dear Stacey,

My young granddaughter, Shannon, has recently been diagnosed with having IBS. Her parents were also told that there was physical evidence (due to upper and lower GI procedure) that she had food allergies that magnify her pain and inflammation.

They are keeping a food diary, hoping to find a pattern of she could be sensitive to. I am asking for your divine help in identifying foods and other substances that are making this young girl miserable. Is there anything “natural” that would be in sync with her system and help heal the inflamed tissues? Are there emotional issues involved? Any insight would be a wonderful gift!

Thank you!


Hi TJ,

There are always emotional issues involved with any physical symptom. The main emotional cause of IBS is being irritated with something that she cannot digest conceptually. In her case, she is irritated with people who she cannot control or have them be the way she wants them to be. She wants to be treated differently from her family who see her as less than them or so she perceives.

The main food sensitivities we picked up on are: tomatoes, radishes, carrots, corns, lettuce, and fibrous foods that are harsh on her stomach lining.

A good practitioner can heal all of those without having to know what they all are.
The combination of healing the emotional issues related to IBS and the food sensitivities will help a great deal.

Love and blessings,

PS. For the inflamed tissues, I recommend a B complex with B-12, 250 mg, B-6 50 mg and Thiamine 12 mg.

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Medical Intuitive Column: Food Allergies


I would like to know what I can do to better support my digestion. Do I have food allergies? My digestion is very slow. My brain is even slower 🙂 I am 46 and my intuition tells me to not eat sugar, gluten and dairy… but it’s hard! I think if someone told me point blank that this was the issue and that I would definitely improve/feel better, lose weight, then maybe I could do it….

Blessings to you,



Hi Nikki,

In response to your question, you do have food allergies. You are allergic to wheat and oats. There are a number of reasons why people develop food allergies. Sometimes it is as a result of eating too much of something, other times it has to do with your digestion not being strong enough and other times it is because your immune system is weak. It can also be a combination of all three.

In this case, your digestion is not strong enough to digest these two foods. I strongly recommend you stay off them for the time being.  It is okay to eat sprouted grains as they are easier to digest.

You also need to stay off gluten, sugar, most dairy and alcohol as your yeast is only 78% in balance.  I know it seems hard, but it will help your brain and your digestion and you will feel a lot better for it.  You are very likely to lose weight as well.

Your food allergy to wheat will improve when you release the emotional root, which is related to your inability to feel strong in cases of adversity.


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Stacey Mayo is a successful Master Level Healer, Medical Intuitive and Coach and has been in business for over 25 years. She teaches people how to be very successful entrepreneurs in their chosen field and attunes people to be amongst the top in their field. Mayo has been training and certifying people to be Master Level Medical Intuitives and Healers for over 15 years. She has supported thousands of people in achieving better health and living out their dreams. She is an award-winning author and has appeared on the CBS evening news segment, Confident Women, and is a popular public speaker. She has appeared in Forbes, Newsday, the Wall St. Journal, Atlanta Sports & Fitness, Atlanta Woman and Woman’s Day. She is a former Medical Intuitive columnist for the Sedona Journal. She has been featured a number of times in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, including the piece, ‘Midlife,’ which engages people in considering how they can stop deferring their dreams.

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