Seven things you probably didn ’ t know about IBS

To an impressive degree, irritable bowel syndrome, IBS, vividly illustrates what consuming wheat and grains do to the human body, as well as the myriad effects of factors such as GMOs containing glyphosate and Bt toxin, veggies and fruits with herbicides and pesticides, water “purified” with awful chemicals such as chloramine (MUCH longer lasting than chlorine in the body and environment), and commonly prescribed drugs like Protonix, Prilosec, and other stomach acid-suppressing drugs. You may already know that many people obtain relief from IBS symptoms just by banishing wheat and grains from their diet. But some people are left with some residual symptoms and persistence of some of the phenomena associated with IBS, so there is reason to understand and explore these issues further. You may also already know that there are a number of other health conditions that may be associated with IBS that I have recently discussed such as seizures, osteoporosis, and Parkinson’s disease. But there’s more. Among the things I’ll bet you didn’t know about IBS, even if you are/were among those who have dealt with the bouts of unexpected diarrhea, abdominal discomfort, and bloating, are:   Antibiotics such as rifaxamin and neomycin have been shown to reduce IBS symptoms (consistent with its overlap or equivalence to SIBO) in studies such as this. Note that clinical trials make virtually no effort to cultivate a healthy microbiome after a course of anti...
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