Around one in five people suffer from Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which can be aggravated by stress and certain food and drink. IBS is rarely pleasant, but missing out on social plans and family time due to gut issues can make it feel worse.
While there is currently no cure for IBS, there are treatments available such as Enterosgel that can alleviate symptoms. It works by binding bacterial toxins and other harmful substances in the gut and expelling them from the body. This drug-free gel could spell an end to diarrhoea from IBS and also winter bugs.
With food and socialising playing a key role in helping support our mental wellbeing, these activities can be a trigger for people with IBS. Here are ten steps that can help you navigate without a gastrointestinal hitch:
Many IBS sufferers suggest stress could be a trigger of their symptoms. Try lighting a calming candle, use essential oils, walk, meditate and get a good nights rest, as sleep is very important.
You know your gut’s main ‘triggers’ for diarrhoea, pain or bloating. Dig deep and stop yourself, despite the tasty fayre on offer whilst you’re away!
This tip from weight loss expert Louise Parker, transformed the looks of celebrities and Royals, but can help anyone. It can help you avoid over-indulgence and still enjoying eating.
Have your breakfast within the first hour of the day. Breakfast is the most important meal. There are a wealth of IBS-friendly meal ideas online.
If you have any doubts about how food has been prepared or stored – bin it. Bacteria, such as E.Coli and Salmonella, can produce harmful toxins. Oral Intestinal Adsorbents such as Enterosgel bind to such toxins, so keep some handy.
Many products that claim to detoxify may not be beneficial for your gut flora, and some could trigger allergic reactions. However, mineral intestinal adsorbent Enterosgel® is non-allergenic and completely free from preservatives, gluten, sugar and other additives.
Probiotics or Oral Intestinal Adsorbents are very much supported by nutritional therapists and IBS sufferers as a tool in maintaining gut health!
Get inspired from success stories of other IBS sufferers by joining the blog network, or simply reading independent online reviews about IBS products and the methods others have used to cope with the same condition.
Cutting out processed foods is not only better for your health it can also help reduce your IBS symptoms. Opt for unprocessed foods in your diet. Processed foods are absorbed quickly without help from the good bacteria, so your good gut bacteria aren’t fed and go hungry.
There are other treatment options available in health stores and pharmacies that can manage gut disorders in a safer way than drug-based solutions. Enterosgel is a drug-free mineral oral intestinal adsorbent that is not absorbed by the body but remains in the gut before it is expelled, so it can be taken longer term and is suitable for the whole family, including children aged 1+.
A scientifically-developed solution for:
Enterosgel is a drug-free remedy for IBS-D, and diarrhoea with gastrointestinal symptoms.
Taken with water 2 hours before or after food, this taste-free gel acts like a clever sponge to actively soak-up harmful substances in your gut, such as bacterial toxins and viruses before expelling them from your body naturally.
Enterosgel is safe for children from 1 year (1-3 yr on doctor’s advice) and adults, and is available over the counter in 90g tubes for children and 225g tubes for adults or in handy 15g travel sachets.
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