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How to Minimize IBS

Ask anyone with irritable bowel syndrome and they’ll tell you it’s more than an inconvenience. IBS is a disorder of the gastrointestinal system that causes pain and discomfort. In extreme cases, IBS can ruin careers and strain relationships. In some people, the gut is truly evil.

IBS is more than just a stomach that won’t sit. Irritable bowel syndrome is a collection of symptoms that relate to the GI tract, including:

  • abdominal pain
  • bloating
  • gas
  • diarrhea
  • constipation

Relief (!)

Fortunately, while it may seem like IBS is inevitable in those it affects, it doesn’t have to be that way. There are steps you can take to minimize IBS and the impact it has on your life. And at the forefront? Digestive Science IBS Relief System, scientifically formulated to soothe an angry GI system.


That’s good news for people with IBS, who can attest that relief from IBS can be hard to find! More on that to come. First, let’s review how to minimize IBS, and where IBS Relief System figures in the framework of an effective strategy to treat IBS.

IBS Trigger Foods

IBS is a highly individual disorder, and what triggers problems in one patient may have no effect on another. Having said that, some foods are notorious for causing IBS symptoms, and if any foods are going to cause problems, it’s these guys:

Dairy products – Dairy is an important source of calcium and vital nutrients, but for people who are lactose intolerant, they’re a first class ticket to cramping and diarrhea. Lactose is a sugar found in most dairy products, by the way, and people who are lactose intolerant can’t digest it.

  • What to avoid: milk, cheese, ice cream
  • Try these instead: soy milk, almond milk, goat cheese

Whole grains – Another irony of nutrition, the benefits of fiber are far-reaching and well-known, but some forms of insoluble fiber can trigger symptoms in IBS patients and for people with Celiac’s disease.

  • What to avoid: wheat, rye, barley
  • Try these instead: rice (basmati or brown), millet, quinoa, amaranth

screen-shot-2559-10-24-at-5-17-46-pmRaw fruits – Are they healthy? Yes – but raw fruits can cause issues for people with IBS and some should be avoided.

  • What to avoid: melons (watermelon and canteloupe), citrus fruits
  • Try these instead: cooked or canned fruits, or experiment with different raw fruits (apples might be safer)

Drinks – America’s love affair with the soft drink doesn’t sit well in people with IBS, especially if you’re prone to bloating and gas.

  • What to avoid: coffee and caffeinated drinks, alcoholic drinks (especially red wine), diet sodas
  • Try this instead: kefir, an ancient fermented milk drink that’s low in lactose, and like yogurt, may ease symptoms of IBS

About Digestive Science IBS Relief System

Any strategy to treat IBS should incorporate Digestive Science IBS Relief System, as it’s a comprehensive and natural relief therapy with the latest in digestive research.

Remember that symptoms of IBS can be highly unique and with degrees of severity. IBS Relief System is formulated to treat the causes of IBS rather than just symptom reduction, and brings relief to a broad range of IBS patients, from mild cases to the most extreme.

IBS Relief System includes the ColoBalance IBS Support for pain relief, Maximum Digestion Probiotic to reduce harmful bacteria like salmonella, and a Daily Digestion Support fiber and nutrient supplement with the superfood chia.

The first step brings instant relief. The latter two treat the causes of IBS, for ongoing, lasting relief.

Digestive Science IBS Relief System brings peace to patients with irritable bowel syndrome. And combined with the tips outlined in this article, makes life substantially more enjoyable to those with IBS!

Your Treatment Strategy For IBS

The gut’s got a mind of its own. Ask anyone with irritable bowel syndrome and they’ll tell you, the good days are usually sporadic. And those bad days…ouch.

While it’s not uncommon to experience symptoms of an upset stomach from time to time, if they happen frequently, it’s time to get serious about IBS and how to deal with it. What’s frequently? Several times a week, or the point where it affects your quality of life and those around you.

Ok, we’re established that IBS sucks. Let’s roll up our sleeves and get to work on an effective strategy to deal with IBS and make it more bearable. And at the heart of that strategy: Digestive Science IBS Relief System, which brings hope to patients with this life-altering condition.


Before we go further, let’s establish some ground rules that will help us create a strategy for lasting relief.

There are medicines for IBS symptoms, particularly diarrhea and constipation. However, such medicines often come with side effects and lose their effectiveness with repeated use. Moreover, there’s enough evidence to suggest that IBS medicines can alter the constitution of the GI tract and are not safe for long-term use. The same goes for

The same goes for laxatives.

We also assume that you’re keeping a journal of your IBS triggers and symptoms. Remember that IBS is unique to each patient, and while some triggers are more common than others, it’s important to note foods that trigger your symptoms, the time of day, and which treatments reduced your IBS and made your day just a little more bearable.

Your IBS Strategy

Oddly enough, you might find you can reduce your IBS symptoms in your head.

There’s an indisputable connection between the mind and the gut.

Estimates suggest that 90% of your serotonin receptors are located in your GI tract. Serotonin, being a neurotransmitter that sends signals of well-being to the brain, plays a pivotal role in IBS. And more importantly, may hold clues to reduce the pain and discomfort.

There is evidence to suggest that psychological treatments, including cognitive behavioral therapy, psychotherapy, hypnosis and meditation/relaxation techniques can all reduce the discomfort of IBS. Such treatments alone won’t eliminate your symptoms. But when explored within a comprehensive strategy to manage IBS, should alleviate some of the pain that irritable bowel syndrome can cause.


You might also consider herbals and supplements, including peppermint oil and probiotics. The former is a common IBS treatment that may prevent spasms in the small intestines. The latter refers to the “friendly” bacteria that occur naturally in the gut and that eliminate the harmful bacteria (like salmonella) that can wreak havoc on your insides.

Digestive Science IBS Relief System

The good news is that there is an IBS treatment available that incorporates some of the ideas we’ve explored in this article. And it offers pain relief, chia and a constipation- fighting dollop of psyllium husk. The treatment? Digestive Science IBS Relief System.

We’ve seen that IBS medicines and laxatives can do more harm than good to your GI tract and don’t get to the heart of the issues that can cause IBS in the first place.

IBS Relief System is a three-part natural therapy for your gut, of pain relief, probiotic support and fiber and nutrient supplement for ongoing digestive health and comfort. Combine them, for natural, lasting relief.

Keep in mind that IBS can be a chronic issue, and any attempt to tackle this issue should be viewed as a comprehensive, ongoing strategy to minimize pain and to record triggers and the subsequent symptoms.

Irritable bowel syndrome is a miserable way to go through your day. But with Digestive Science IBS Relief System, your day gets a whole lot better.

IBS Relief System is a Comprehensive Solution

Irritable bowel syndrome can ruin your day, with symptoms that are embarrassing at best and torture at worst.

And it’s not cool that some people go about that pain and discomfort with those runs to the bathroom while others just glide through life with nary a gastrointestinal worry in the world.

We got news for ya – that’s life for millions of Americans, many of whom spend upwards of two hours each morning to get ready for work.

They’ve tried the IBS medicines, but the symptoms persist. Constipation, diarrhea, gas and abdominal pain. More runs to the bathroom. Symptoms made worse. Yup, that’s how it is for many of us.

Relief From IBS


Well, we have something that should put a smile on your face: relief from IBS. A safe, natural solution for IBS that succeeds where traditional IBS treatments do not. How’s that? If you’ve got chronic IBS you know that most IBS medicines come with nasty side effects and aren’t safe for long-term use.

The good news? Digestive Science IBS Relief System. Yes, long-term relief from IBS, designed with the latest in digestive research and medical studies to treat the causes of IBS and bring lasting relief with safe and natural ingredients.

Here’s the goods on symptoms of IBS, the medicines commonly prescribed to treat them, and why IBS Relief System is your best bet in long-term treatment for irritable bowel syndrome.


IBS Medicine: Anti-diarrheals

What It Does: Anti-diarrheals slow intestinal movements, which allows stool to stay in the intestine longer, where it absorbs water and solidifies for easier passage.

The Problem: Anti-diarrheals are not recommended for long-term use and come with side effects including dry skin, dizziness, drowsiness, nausea and vomiting. Anti-diarrheals should not be used by patients with inflammatory bowel disease or those with blood in their stool.

Your Play: The psyllium husk in the Colobalance IBS Support daily supplement is a natural alternative to laxatives and is often recommended to treat diarrhea and irritable bowel syndrome. Psyllium husk has soothing properties and is even prescribed to treat hemorrhoids and patients after anal surgery.


IBS Medicine: Osmotic laxatives

What It Does: Osmotic laxatives, such as Milk of Magnesia, draw fluids from blood vessels and surrounding tissues into the intestine, to soften stool and make it easier to pass.

The Problem: Ongoing use of laxatives can cause rectal bleeding and often make symptoms worse. Moreover, laxatives can cause dependence and are not recommended for indefinite use.

Your Play: Magnesium, found in the Colobalance IBS Support supplement, may perform the same functions as traditional laxatives but without the adverse side effects. Magnesium is also linked to reduction in risk of heart attack and might even prevent osteoporosis.


Pain and Cramping

IBS Medicine: Antispasmodics

What It Does: Antispasmodics relax the smooth muscles of the gut, which can relieve cramping in the intestines.

The Problem: These common treatments can cause drowsiness and make constipation worse. More notably, antispasmodics can make it impossible to urinate.

Your Play: Probiotics, the “friendly bacteria” that occur naturally in the gut, restore balance to the intestinal microflora and reduce the “bad bacteria” that can cause infections, gas, constipation and abdominal pain. You can supplement your body with ten strains of probiotics with the Maximum Digestion Probiotic supplement in, you guessed it, IBS Relief System.


Contrary to most IBS medicines, IBS Relief System is an ongoing solution to irritable bowel syndrome and comes with no reported side effects. And in the continuing struggle for peace to your insides, that’s a blessing. IBS Relief System gives relief, digestive health and hope to patients with irritable bowel syndrome and calms where once there was pain.


[Amazing Body Challenge] 29 Days with Major Body Fat Loss

It’s MUCH easier than you think to get the body you’ve always wanted. Once you can make just a few minor changes your everyday life, and you will be amazed with what you can achieve.

This information has been translated from a Thai blog. This is a real person achieving real success; female body transformation and noticeable changes within less than a month literally.

While the body weight maybe the same (52 kgs/114.64 lbs), you can see that her body fat has dramatically decreased. her abs, arms, shoulders, and butt are more defined and firm.

Changes in Diet

  • Less artificial seasonings, less toxins, less sodium
  • Less white bread. Whole wheat bread is ok in moderation.
  • Drink more water!
  • If you feel like drinking soda or sugary drinks, do it! But keep it to 300ML (10 ounces) per week.

Changes in Lifestyle

  • Try to get at least 7 hours of sleep everyday.
  • Reduce stress! Find yourself a chill out playlist or Reiki music to relax your mind.
  • Less social media interactions. Studies have shown that the more time you spend on social media, the more productive you feel and become.


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    • Do not emphasise on cardio workouts, do more weight lifting and strength training!
    • Don’t over do it! Injury from over exercising means you can exercise less often.

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