Make healthy decisions to naturally treat your IBS.

Natural support when battling IBS

Take our advice and follow a natural path to self-healing. 

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Irritable Bowel Syndrome affects over 15 million people in the country. It's a gastrointestinal disorder that disrupts the large intestine, causing discomfort that can sometimes be so severe that it disables one from going about a normal daily routine.

"Irritable Bowel Syndrome affects over 15 million people in the U.S."

If you are living with IBS, a trip to the doctor for antidiarrheal drugs and other prescriptions may not offer the support your body needs to heal itself. Taking a natural approach is the best way to aid your body back to health. After all, that's what God has always intended, and will keep doing so.

Here are a few natural ways to support IBS:

Avoid gluten
According to Mercola, removing gluten from your diet is one of the first steps you can take to naturally support your body's efforts to heal IBS. Gluten is a protein most commonly found in wheat, but it is also in barley, rye and spelt. Consider avoiding gluten-rich foods for two weeks to see if your symptoms begin to subside.

Avoid gluten to alleviate IBS.Avoid gluten to alleviate IBS.

Consume probiotics
Researchers from the George Washington University School of Medicine analyzed a number of studies that suggested probiotics are effective in GI health and healing from IBS. While other probiotic supplements claim to be full of good bacteria, the amount that survive the stomach and are delivered to the colon is critical. Our Professional Strength Probiotic delivers up to 60 percent of its bacteria to your colon more than any other probiotic we know of can do! This supplement may help with bloating, diarrhea, constipation and other common issues that result from IBS.

Take digestive enzymes
If you are over the age of 35 and living with IBS, The American Association of Naturopathic Physicians suggested taking a digestive enzymes supplement. Because aging can lessen the digestive enzymes in our body, taking a supplement can help the body break down foods and contribute to better digestion. Hallelujah Diet Digestive Enzymes can maximize the absorption of nutrients, all while improving your digestive tract.

Our Crohns/IBS Get Started Kit includes the digestive enzymes as well as a number of other beneficial supplements for supporting your body's self-healing abilities. For more information, click here.

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