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Irritable bowel

Several prescription drugs have been discussed, but most people prefer to try natural-based therapies first before resorting to drugs that may induce side effects. The following natural therapies were discussed:


1.Life-Enzyme/Pre/Probiotics : take 2 capsules 5 minutes before the beginning of each meal to diminish excess gas and bloating caused by a deficiency of digestive enzymes. The deficiency results from diminished bowel flora that make these enzymes.


2.L-Glutamine; take one to two scoops l-glutamine powder 3 times daily, with each meal, to rejuvenate the bowel mucosa in IBS associated with inflammation.


3.Life-Omega 3 fish oils : take 2 capsules with each meal 3 times a per day to decrease inflammation in the bowel mucosa if inflammation appears to be an apparent cause (i.e., post-infection or if there is some other inflammatory condition present).
4.There are several natural therapies that can induce rapid peristalsis resulting in complete evacuation of the bowels. One of the natural laxative therapies involves mixing several teaspoons of a powder that contains ascorbic acid, potassium, and/or magnesium powder into an 8-oz glass of water and drinking it on an empty stomach. Some people require a second 8-oz glass of water mixed with this buffered vitamin C powder. Rapid evacuation usually occurs within 60 minutes, though there may be a residual diarrhea effect. This is made up especially per patient at our Compounding Anti-aging pharmacy.See details below.
5.Dietary recommendations described in this protocol are dependent on the individual needs of a person who has IBS.
PRODUCT AVAILABILITY

Life-Enzyme/Pre/Pro-biotic formula, L-glutamine, Life-Omega3 EPA fish oil, and other supplements discussed in this protocol may be ordered by calling The Solal Clinic (011) 463-0036 or by ordering online using e-mail address This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Many conventional therapies require a prescription drug from your physician

 
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