Best Treatment for IBS, Bloating and Digestive Issues
Have you been diagnosed with IBS and want natural relief for the long term? Have you not been diagnosed with IBS but are you wondering why you have bloat and gas pains all the time?
Has your debilitating stomach pain and constipation been under investigation for a long time but tests come back normal?
Do you wonder why your stomach gurgles so much, even when you are not hungry?
Are you dealing with diarrhea regularly? Do you experience painful spasms in your colon?
Are you concerned about the stabbing pains in your chest that feel like a heart attack (and have had heart conditions ruled out by a healthcare provider?). If you have had anything serious ruled out by your Doctor, it could be your digestion.
If you are suffering from bloating, IBS, constant abdomen discomfort and indigestion, natural and safe help is here for you.
If you have been searching for an anti-bloating diet, IBS diet, or a lifestyle to manage digestion – that works long-term, then look no further!
How to Treat IBS Successfully
Treating IBS, bloat and digestive issues are really imperative for your immune system, your mental wellbeing and for protecting yourself from developing an autoimmune disease.
What happens with IBS is that your gut bacteria is disrupted (dysbiosis) and you have poor microbiome diversity. 70% of your immune cells are in the gut and 60% of neurotransmitters are produced in the gut.
(This is why if you have IBS, you may also have depression, anxiety or other mental health disorder because of the bidirectional link between the gut and the microbiome and the brain).
Unless your gut health is treated, it could lead to chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation is a dysregulation of the immune system.
If good gut bacteria is not populating and being wiped out, chronic inflammatory disease is going to present itself in your body. This is not achieved by diet alone.
It is important to have a holistic anti-inflammatory lifestyle with a focus on gut health, liver detoxing, immune protection, and reducing contributing factors attributed to inflammation.