I have worked with numerous clients with Irritable Bowl Syndrome. Most are fine and haven’t had any flare ups since we began their protocols. The ones who have had flare ups are the ones who went back to eating grains and sugar and began drinking alcohol after I recommended they never consume those things. All health begins with diet. While the medical community says the causes of IBS are officially “unknown”, it really doesn’t take much research to find when a person with IBS ceases grain, sugar, gluten, and alcohol consumption, their condition improves almost immediately. If you or someone you know has IBS, we can help. Below is an article about how Profloura, the “good” bacteria in the gut, improves the symptoms of IBS. Profloura is one of the things we use to help those with IBS.
Finding Relief from IBS
One of the most debilitating medical conditions impacting people today is Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS. Although it’s an unlikely topic of conversation at cocktail parties (and even those suffering from the condition often avoid bringing it up to their physicians), IBS affects as much as 20 percent of the population. It ranks second only to the common cold for causing missed days from work.
IBS is one of the most complex gut disorders and is often referred to as a “diagnosis of exclusion,” meaning that the symptoms are diagnosed as IBS only when everything else is ruled out. IBS can also be diagnosed by the use of a questionnaire known as the Rome criteria – although medical tests may be administered to make certain that the symptoms are not caused by another condition such as colitis, Crohn’s disease or colon cancer.
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