Relief for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder of the colon affecting about 25 million Americans. Doctors believe that people who suffer with IBS have a very sensitive colon that overreacts to stress, gas, certain medications, caffeine, alcohol or high-fat foods. Patients with IBS typically experience alternating diarrhea and constipation associated with abdominal pain, gas, bloating and cramping. The symptoms may range from mild to severe and tend to be worse in patients who have anxiety or depression. IBS is more common in females and can occur at any age. Typically it starts in the teens years or young adulthood and for some patients it can be disabling. Some may not be able to work, attend social functions or travel even short distances. But with Prescript-Assist Probiotics, IBS may not need to be a lifelong condition.

Twenty-five patients diagnosed with IBS participated in a double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study done at Battelle Seattle Research Center in Seattle, Washington to test how the dietary supplement Prescript-Assist (P-A) performed against the IBS symptoms. The results published in 2005 demonstrated a significant reduction of symptoms in the patients who took Prescript-Assist vs. the patients who took the placebo. The patients who took P-A experienced a significant reduction of indigestion, flatulence, nausea, and diarrhea over just a two week period compared to those who took the placebo. For full study Click Here to see follow up study Click Here

Prescript-Assist Probiotics out-performs popular probiotics such as Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium because of its unique blend of over 30 soil-based microorganisms (SBO’s) that help to prevent inflammations in the intestinal wall, break down indigestible food and toxic chemicals, protect the body from harmful bacteria, aid in the absorption of vitamins, and boost the immune system. In fact doctors can attest to the fact that patients who take P-A may not get sick and if they do contract a cold or flu, it is usually very mild and of short duration, typically only a day or two. So if you are suffering from IBS, don’t wait another day to start feeling better and getting your intestines working properly, begin taking Prescript-Assist TODAY.

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