To summarize: Probiotics can be good for you. Stress always exacerbates underlying illness and weakness. Probiotics do not cancel out stress, but they do help to regulate the immune system and therefore may help...Read More →
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This came up in the news recently and is worth noting. From MedicalNewsToday.com: “GENIEUR, which stands for Genes in Irritable Bowel Syndrome Europe, was funded by the European Science Foundation. Its main aim is...Read More →
The biggest misconception about IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) is that it defines a specific medical condition. IBS is, by definition, just a group of symptoms affecting the digestive tract that haven’t been explained. Unlike...Read More →
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) or spastic colon is a bowel disorder characterized by diarrhea, constipation, gas, bloating and chronic abdominal pain. It is fairly common and makes up 20-50% of visits to gastroenterologists. Although...Read More →
Ideally, to create an optimal IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) diet, all you’d have to do is avoid a certain food or food group to discover whether it was triggering your IBS. Unfortunately, this is...Read More →
(image thanks to nikinowell.wordpress.com) Reason #1: One major obstacle to figuring out which foods are problematic is that, even on an elimination diet, you may not have truly eliminated all of your allergenic foods....Read More →
I believe that the reason that many people with GI infections develop IBS is because those people have other factors that were already weakening their digestive tract prior to their infection. The infection was...Read More →
All drugs have side-effects. Yet another symptom focused drug has been approved for IBS patients. In a very short trial, this new drug was determined to help more patients that placebo to have a...Read More →
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