Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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This condition usually displays itself as alternating constipation and looseness of the bowels, with periods of abdominal discomfort. The basic remedies of bowel regeneration have a history of use with this condition,, this includes the use of a high quality pro-biotic such as Primebiotic, a chlorophyll rich superfood such as Chlorella Tablets or Barley Grass Juice Powder, Ultra Fine Green Clay combined with psyillium husks.   It is best to start with the prime directive and as soon as adaptation occurs add ether chlorella (this is quite energising for the whole system and comes in tablet form) or the less stimulating Barley Grass Juice Powder, to provide normalising nutrients to the bowel. Foods to be avoided are bread and products made from wheat (occasional wholemeal bread is usually OK).  Avoid processed food as much as possible and take a Digestive Enzyme when cooked food is eaten. It may also be necessary to check out your food intolerances. The method for this is given below. After eating more sensibly and taking the remedies, food intolerances tend to reduce, so you can try to re-introduce the foods you found you were intolerant to a few weeks or months later.
Food Allergies and Intolerances
These tend to reduce with the use of digestive enzymes, also a good bowel bacteria such as Primebiotic has been found to diminish food allergies after a period of use.
Identifying Food Intolerances
With the serious inflammatory bowel disorders such as Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative Colitis food intolerances need to be identified (also this can be helpful for those suffering from IBS and any health disorder can be aggravated by food intolerances) This is done by eliminating a single food that is eaten regularly (at least once a week) Do not have any of the selected item for a week, then have a fair portion of that food on the 7th or 8th day. If you have a bad reaction to that food, then this is one you are intolerant to. Repeat this with the next food and so on, until you have eventually found all the foods you are intolerant to, and eliminated them from your diet. After a few months you can experimentally re-introduce one food at a time to see if you still have a bad reaction, if not then you may use this food again (but not to excess).
You may also find the article Digestive Disorders useful.