Irritable Bowel Syndrome – A Symptom of an Acidic Lifestyle and Diet!


Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a disorder that leads to abdominal pain and cramping, changes in bowel movements and other symptoms all caused by an acidic lifestyle and diet.IBS can occur at any age because of highly acidic diets, but it often begins in the teen years or early adulthood. It is twice as common in women as in men.  Why?  Women tend to be addicted to highly acidic sugar, chocolate and coffee.

Symptoms of an acidic diet and lifestyle range from mild to severe.  The main symptoms of IBS are abdominal pain, fullness, gas and bloating that have been present for at least 3 days a month for the last 3 months. People with IBS may switch between constipation and diarrhea because of ingesting food that will not liquify and is highly acidic.

• People with diarrhea will have frequent, loose, watery stools. They will often have an urgent need to have a bowel movement, which may be hard to control.
• Those with constipation will have a hard time passing stool, as well as fewer bowel movements. They will often need to strain and will feel cramps with a bowel movement. Often, they do not release any stool or only a small amount.

For some people, the symptoms may get worse for a few weeks or a month and then decrease for a while. For other people, symptoms are present most of the time.

Irritable bowel syndrome may be a lifelong condition when one is NOT willing to change to an alkaline lifestyle and diet.  Symptoms can often be improved or relieved by just changing diet and lifestyle.  Alkaline lifestyle and dietary changes, regular exercise and improved sleep habits may reduce anxiety and help relieve bowel symptoms.

This particular patient had adopted Dr. Robert O. Young’s pH Miracle alkalarian lifestyle and diet and is now feeling great. The above thermography scan demonstrates physiological changes in the body and shows the reversal of IBS through th pH Miracle lifestyle and diet.

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