End Tummy Trouble With IBS Relief System

Oh the nastiness of tummy trouble. You know how it goes, with the discomfort that starts in the stomach. Then the pain and the runs to the bathroom. And then it starts again.

Then the pain and the runs to the bathroom. And then it starts again.

Irritable bowel syndrome sucks all around. Symptoms include constipation, diarrhea, gas and abdominal pain. And let’s not forget the discomfort and the embarrassment of IBS.

But beyond that, IBS has serious consequences, to your health, your well-being, your life. And you’ve heard the remedies, like healthy diet, avoidance of trigger foods and regular exercise. These are good points. But if you suffer from chronic IBS, as an estimated 45 million Americans do, chances are you’re swatting at symptoms while the triggers of your IBS are left untreated.

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Relax, we gotcha covered.

Digestive Science IBS Relief System is a comprehensive three-part natural treatment for irritable bowel syndrome. Strategically formulated with the latest digestion research, it’s an effective way to treat the causes of IBS and bring real, lasting relief where it’s so desperately needed.

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More on that in a moment. First, be aware that most IBS patients try the healthy diets, exercise programs and fiber supplements that doctors commonly prescribe to reduce IBS symptoms. Yet in people with chronic IBS, the symptoms persist. The reason? There are several actually, but pop the hood on IBS and you’ll find they include:

Lack of Hydrochloric Acid – Too little stomach acid is linked to digestion problems, including improper digestion of proteins, allergic reactions, poor mineral absorption and bacterial infections.

Inflammation of the Gastrointestinal Tract – This can start a vicious cycle in which toxins “leak”from the digestive tract and enter the bloodstream. This in turn can lead to food sensitivities, poor liver function, constipation, diarrhea and gas.

Stress – Yes it’s true, stress is inextricably linked to IBS. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter linked to sleep and feelings of well-being. An estimated 95% of serotonin receptors are located in the intestinal tract. Research suggests that stress can reduce levels of serotonin and trigger pain in the gut.try-it-now-digestive-science

Imbalanced Microflora – There’s a delicate balance of “good” and “bad” bacteria that occur naturally in the gut. When the bad microflora take over, they trigger a variety of digestion problems, including gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation and abdominal pain.

These common triggers of IBS pack a wallop on your digestive system and wreak havoc on your comfort and – dare we say it? – even your life and those around you. And that’s why we created Digestive Science IBS Relief System. To soothe the delicate constitution of your digestive system and relieve the pain, reduce the causes of IBS and keep it away.

Here’s how we do it:

Pain Relief – Most people with chronic IBS will tell you that more than anything, they want relief. We’re going to give it to you, with the Colobalance IBS Support, a daily supplement of minerals, enzymes, herbals and fibers that give immediate, yet gentle relief to your pain and discomfort.

Restore Balance in Your GI Tract – Our Maximum Digestion Probiotic is ten strains of probiotic microbes – the “friendly” bacteria that assist in vitamin synthesis and eliminate dangerous bacteria like Salmonella. Better immune function, better digestive function and fewer symptoms of IBS.

Optimize Your Long-Term Digestive Health – The Daily Digestion Support is a once-a-day fiber and nutrient supplement formulated with a series of antioxidants, vitamins, fiber and the superfood “chia”. Combined, these ingredients fortify the body with the nutrients required for good digestive function and reduce inflammation of the GI tract.

Digestive Science believes that IBS Relief System will bring relief to your IBS symptoms and reduce the triggers that cause this debilitating condition. Peace to your mind, peace to your gut. And with that, a long-absent sense of well-being.


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