3 Simple Exercises That Help Relieve Constipation

3 Simple Exercises For Daily Constipation Relief

If you’re suffering from constipation, you can get relief by eliminating some of the obvious causes. Simple exercises will help as well.

You do not need a heavy workout plan to get relief. Just a plan that is simple and manageable.

The biggest mistake we all make is starting a workout plan that is too aggressive.

In this article, we found 3 simple exercises that you can do at home in just a few minutes each day. Though simple, you will find best results if you stick with them over a period of 30 days. Click Here

Chronic constipation is a symptom of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. You are not alone. In fact, it is estimated that 20% of the population has IBS. In the United States that’s as many as 40-50 Million people. Most go undiagnosed. Research indicates that only 5-10 Million people are aware they have IBS and suffer daily.

Diet and exercise are the best remedies. You can learn more by clicking the link what is IBS and watching through the series of videos to lean about IBS, causes and treatments.

How To Get Immediate Relief from Constipation

The video below is very popular with over 200,000 views. Jovanka Ciares who has suffered from constipation throughout her life, talks about her experiences and what has helped her.  Changing her eating habits started her on the road to feeling well plus the added benefit of losing weight.



Does IBS Lead to Other Diseases and Premature Aging

Irritable Bowel RemediesIrritable Bowel Syndrome is a disorder that describes the disruption of normal gut function. The five areas of digestive function are:

  1. Digestion
  2. Absorption
  3. Barrier
  4. Elimination
  5. Immune

When one or more of these important functions are disrupted, there is low level, chronic inflammation. Researchers are studying the effect of this inflammation as an underlying cause of diseases of aging such as cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, heart disease, diabetes, and depression. Read More…

According to An Article on Science daily by Norwich Park, “It’s known that our immune system declines with age, not only making us more susceptible to infections, but also increasing our risk of other diseases, including cancer.”

“Inflammation is increasingly being seen as a key event behind aging, and our results suggest a pivotal role for the gut in this ‘inflammaging’ ” process said Prof. Nicoletti of Norwich Medical School. Click Here for Full Article

Inflammation Promotes Chronic Diseases – Video

The video below discusses inflammation leading to other diseases.

Gluten Free Recipe Of The Day – From All Recipes

Check out todays recipe – Quina and Lentil Salad. Click For Recipe


How to Remove The #1 Cause of Abdominal Pain and Bloating

The #1 Cause of Abdominal Pain and Bloating is Wheat

If you’re feeling bloated and have chronic gas and abdominal pain, the article below and video may help.

“Wheat intolerance, also known as nonceliac gluten sensitivity, may be the underlying cause of chronic inflammation in the intestines.

Gluten intolerance is not the same as celiac disease or celiac sprue.

Clinically, doctors have asked their patients with IBS to eliminate wheat from their diet. These patients have reported less gas, bloating and stomach pain; improved constipation and diarrhea.

Recently, there has been scientific research showing that wheat sensitivity may be a cause of irritable bowel syndrome.” Read More…


Video of The Day – Dr Rutherford & Dr Gates Discuss Gluten Free and IBS

Our goal is to provide you with the best information available to empower you with the knowledge to be in control of your health. Watch today’s video to learn more about Irritable Bowel Syndrome and how you can relieve abdominal pain and bloating.

Also visit our step by step videos starting on our home page. Click Here

Gluten Free Recipe Of The Day – Mediterranean Style Grilled Salmon

This is a simple and healthy recipe that anyone can make. Brought to You by The Mayo Clinic. Click Here



Did You Know Probiotics Increase Needed Serotonin For IBS

Learn How Increased Levels of Serotonin Can Relieve IBS Symptoms

Probiotics for IBSSerotonin (also referred to as 5-hydroxytryptamine) is an important hormone and neurotransmitter.

It is critical for communicating information throughout the body as well as throughout the bowels and digestive system.. In psychiatry, 5-hydroxytryptamine levels are manipulated with drugs in conditions such as depression and anxiety (common in IBS).

But many studies show that it is critical for digestive health. Low levels of serotonin are being implicated in irritable bowel syndrome. In this article the researchers note that nearly 90% of the body’s serotonin is made in the digestive tract. Researchers looked at bacteria production of serotonin and concluded that the microbiome is an important stimulant of it’s production. Probiotics, foods, and prebiotics that support 5-hydroxytryptamine production are key treatment for irritable bowel syndrome.

For more information read this interesting article from Science Daily. Click Here

The video below by All Things Science provides even more information.

Irritable Bowel Remedies Recipe Of The Day – Apple Chicken Stir Fry

Removing gluten and dairy are the first steps to relieving the symptoms of IBS. We’re big fans of the Gluten Free Goddess and thought you might want to check out their curried apple chicken stir fry recipe today! Click Here


How Stress Reduction Helps Relieve IBS Symptoms

IBS symptoms and causesA Massachusetts General Hospital study indicates that relaxation and reducing stress can be a natural treatment to alleviate symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Gastrointestinal disorders.

They completed a 9 week training program, the first to study the response to relaxation and the impact on IBS.

“Our results suggest exciting possibilities for further developing and implementing this treatment in a wider group of patients with gastrointestinal illness,” says Braden Kuo, MD, of the Gastrointestinal Unit in the MGH Department of Medicine. Read More …

Irritable Bowel Syndrome, commonly referred to as IBS and IBD can produce severe abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea and constipation for a reported 15-20% of the population. Most people are unaware of their condition and suffer from painful and inconvenient symptoms.

Information was provided by materials from Massachusetts General Hospital and Science Daily.

You may find this video provided by Mass General about Gluten helpful.


Colon Spasms: Symptoms and Causes

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Are colon spasms causing you trouble on a daily basis? You might be suffering from a spastic colon if you experience any of the following:

  • Gurgles and stomach cramps that have you doubled over with no apparent relief in sight.
  • Frequent trips to the bathroom – so much so that you’re ready to move the phone and TV in just to keep you company.
  • Painful bowel movements that leave you grimacing and beading with sweat at just the thought of them.

If these terrible symptoms disrupt your daily lifestyle, then you’re probably ready to stop planning your entire day around how close you are at any given moment to a bathroom. These spasms are caused by spontaneous or involuntary muscle contractions within the colon. It is a condition often associated and caused by IBS or irritable bowel syndrome.

For years, doctors called this disorder spastic colon with good reason. An out-of-control gastrointestinal system and colon can really wreak havoc with your life. But if you’re reading this post now, you’re more than likely tired of asking why does my stomach hurt and are ready to move on to a solution to frequent stomach pains, cramps and loose bowels.

What Causes Colon Spasms

In many cases, colon and stomach spasms are triggered by simple stress and/or eating high-fat meals. Conditions such as Crohn’s disease, constipation and ulcerative colitis may also create colon spasms; however, irritable bowel disorders are frequently the most cited cause of these symptoms.

Help for Colon and Intestinal Issues

For many sufferers of bowel disorders, modifications to diet and lifestyle can be particularly helpful. Avoiding dairy and/or caffeine while adding fresh foods and veggies are excellent first steps to preventing symptoms from happening in the first place. Each person is different so for most, there is no one set diet that will work for all. Instead, each sufferer must use trial and error with the foods they choose in order to determine which ones trigger issues. A daily food journal will help you to document what you eat on a daily basis so that you can pinpoint what might be causing symptoms.

To relieve stress, many people have good results with relaxation methods such as yoga, meditation and exercise.

When the Pain is Too Much

Inflammatory bowel diseases such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s cause extreme pain that can even become life-threatening if not treated. With these diseases, medical attention and prescription medication may be necessary in addition to diet changes.

Irritable bowel syndrome treatments include diet and exercise changes. Homeopathic dietary supplements such as those in our Reverse IBS 30 day program can help you get the relief you need from colon spasms, abdominal pain and loose bowel movements associated with the disorder. Learn more by visiting Dr. Gruber’s video guide here.

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