Protocol IBS – The steps to truly reverse those IBS symptoms for good.
The Insignificant Solutions
Many IBS sufferers have tried a variety of treatments with no luck. Whereas others have tried treatments where the results are effective for only as long as the treatments are taken. As soon the the treatments are stopped, the symptoms quickly return.
The Intended Goal
My ultimate goal is to help the community of IBS sufferers to find a protocol that only needs to be followed for a limited number of times before permanent results are achieved. This way you will know that the efforts you have put forth to treat your symptoms, will not go wasted.
A Top Solution Revealed
This protocol requires changes in your daily habits. The first step of this procedure is a lifestyle change, whereas the second step only involves the use of a temporary treatment. The lifestyle change that is required, is to modify your diet so that it only includes foods that are IBS-friendly. See the IBS Diets section for more information.
The second step of treatment that requires only temporary use, is the consumption of herbal remedies. These herbs include digestive enzymes during meals as well as the intake of probiotics. These are supplements that will help out with the digestion of your foods as well as rebalancing the flora in your gut.
Finding Quality Products
To know where quality products for these herbal remedies can be found and selected from, here is a good source that the IBS coummunity has agreed to, over the years. Before you start a health regimen, ensure that you consult with your physician to ensure that you are able to follow this protocol.
The Permanent Results
It takes time for the results to appear, but once they do, they will be there to stay. Meaning that when the symptoms start to subside, the dampened level of severity, is a permanent result and will not return to a more severe flare-up after the protocol ends.
This treatment protocol essentially ends when your symptoms start to subside and the benefits start to plateau, but you are welcome to continue this regimen for as long as you feel the need to.
Return to Articles on IBS
Return to Reversing IBS [home page]