What’s the worst part of your IBS? Is it the pain and discomfort? Diarrhea or constipation? Name your pleasure, IBS is uncomfortable at best and life-altering at worst. Is there relief? Yes. Perhaps you’ve heard of it.
Probiotics have made the rounds recently in health circles for their ability to soothe the digestive system and greatly reduce and even eliminate symptoms of IBS. And notably, probiotics play an important role in the success of Digestive Science IBS Relief System and how it brings relief to thousands of patients with this debilitating condition.
Probiotics are a generic term for beneficial live micro-organisms that occur naturally in the gut. They’re often called “friendly” bacteria because they restore balance between beneficial microflora and the “bad” bacteria that can cause a variety of digestive problems.
Notably, probiotics may reduce symptoms of IBS, including diarrhea, constipation, gas, bloating and abdominal pain. As well, probiotics may reduce a series of other health issues, including stomach ulcers, infections of the urinary tract, acne and even eczema in children.
Don’t confuse probiotics with prebiotics. While they sound similar and they work synergistically, the latter are non-digestible ingredients in food that optimize the body for probiotic growth and function.
Synbiotics are a combination of prebiotics and probiotics.
How Probiotics Reduce IBS
IBS can occur when there’s an abundance of harmful bacteria in the digestive system. That’s not a good thing, because some of these dangerous bacteria, like salmonella, can inflame the GI tract and interfere with its ability to absorb and synthesize vital nutrients. These bad bacteria can also trigger the symptoms we associate with IBS – the pain, the discomfort. And you know the others.
Probiotics restore balance to the GI tract and reduce the harmful bacteria that can cause IBS. They’re also proven to boost function of the immune system and reduce inflammation and allergic reactions, both in the gut and within the body as a whole. Probiotics may even reduce asthma, hay fever and a series of skin ailments.
Why You Should Treat IBS With IBS Relief System
There are many, many different strains of probiotics, available in food and with dietary supplements. And yet, while probiotics show immense potential in the fight against IBS and health ailments in general, there are issues of dosage and choosing the right foods with probiotics to reduce IBS symptoms and bring peace to your gut.
IBS Relief System does that work for you, with ten strains of friendly microbes – specifically from the lactobacillus and bifidobacterium groups – to reduce levels of harmful bacteria and treat the symptoms of your IBS.
Why these two? They’re among the best to treat IBS. Our researchers have painstakingly studied probiotics and how they interact with the dangerous microbes that can cause IBS symptoms. And they’ve strategically placed them in ideal concentrations to fight harmful bacteria and restore balance to the microflora of your intestines.
That’s not to say there aren’t other strains of probiotics that won’t work just as well and in different doses. But it does mean that these microbes have shown the most promising results, at these doses, with the largest group of IBS patients.
Combine that with the ColoBalance IBS Support supplement and the Daily Digestion Support fiber and nutrient supplement formulated with the super-food “chia”, and we think that Digestive Science IBS Relief System is the most effective treatment for IBS on the market today. And we think you’ll agree that it will reduce your symptoms of IBS and bring peace to your gut, and harmony to your life.