Irritable bowel Syndrome (iBS)

IBS is one of the most common digestive tract disorders. As many as 15 % of adults suffer from this unpleasant condition that can significantly impair the quality of one's life.

IMPROVE YOUR BOWEL HABITS

Bowel emptying involves the complex coordination of a number of muscles. From training those muscles to abdominal massage - there are a number of strategies to help improve your bowel habits.  

UTI PREVENTION DIET

Specific dietary advice on how to prevent urinary tract infections is limited. And yet, many UTI causes can very effectively be addressed with diet.  

CHANGE HABITS TO MANAGE GERD

Lifestyle modifications are a safe and inexpensive approach to treating GERD and promoting general wellbeing. Of the many possible lifestyle recommendations only a small portion will be relevant and effective in treating your GERD. 

LOW FODMAP DIET

FODMAP (Fermentable Oligo-, Di-, Mono- Sacharrides and Polyols) are poorly absorbed carbohydrates that can create problems associated with IBS such as bloating, gas and diarrhea. 

BE ACTIVE

Active people have a significantly lower risk for a host of conditions: diabetes, heart disease, some cancers, depression, etc. One study showed that only 15 minutes a day increased life expectancy by 3 years! 

IRON DEFICIENCY PREVENTION DIET

There is much value in dietary approaches to preventing iron deficiency anemia. They not only improve nutrition but also minimize the need for iron supplements, which are known to cause various side effects.  

  • Grey Twitter Icon
  • Grey Pinterest Icon

Information provided on this website is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice provided by your physician or other health professional.

If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, do not start any new product or activity before consulting with your doctor. Statements about some products discussed on this website have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration.Products discussed here are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

© 2017 JL for 3WC