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It's no fun when something disrupts your life and if you suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), you know exactly how much of a nuisance this is, but mostly how painful it can be. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a chronic gastrointestinal disorder and it affects each person differently. It is not inherited or contagious, it also isn’t known to be a cause of cancer.


Unfortunately, IBS can be difficult to diagnose. The exact cause of IBS is still unknown and its diagnosed by using a method of exclusion. Your doctor will consider other alternatives first, then run tests to rule out other medical problems.

Common symptoms include abdominal pain or discomfort, abdominal cramping, gassiness, bloating and altered bowel habits (when you have periods of constipation and diarrhea).


During periods of stress or during menstruation, symptoms may worsen. Women suffer with IBS more than men. The onset occurs for adults younger than 35 in more than half of the cases. Children are the least at risk with a 5% to 20% chance of developing Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
Avoiding certain foods that contribute to bloating, gas and diarrhea is definitely helpful. So, stay away from black beans, broccoli, edamame, soy nuts, cauliflower and kale. As a regular routine, drink plenty of water and avoid soda, which contains gas.


Many people aren't happy with the results and/or side effects that come with the prescribed medications and strive to find another more successful approach. A healthier option is an all-natural product called Digestinol. This product contains an extremely potent strain of nutrients from the Aloe plant, that have been refined into a powder to prevent any side effects and focus on the main cause of the inflammation and discomfort in your body.


What is Digestinol?
Our product contains AMP (Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharides) which is an all-natural molecule found in the aloe vera plant. It is known to enhance the body’s immune system due to its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. We have a 97-98% success rate reported from people who take Digestinol as directed for 90 days or longer.


If you are not interested in prescription medications to treat your condition and prefer a more natural approach, Digestinol makes all-natural capsules that contain a very specific form of Aloe Polysaccharides to target the inflammation along your digestive tract.


These capsules also provide your body with the nutrients that it is lacking in order to take back control of itself. Digestinol isn't just Aloe Vera powder, Aloe Vera (contains Aloin) which irritates your digestive system and can cause diarrhea. Digestinol undertakes very specific additional steps in order to remove the Aloin during their extraction process to focus on only the beneficial portions of the Aloe Leaf, the long chain Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide molecules.


Since Digestinol is 100% all-natural it doesn't bring along the side effects that other chemically based prescription medications have. We tell our customers to think of Digestinol as an all-natural digestive system specific vitamin that reduces inflammation and provides your body with specific nutrients that allow it to take back control of itself.


Our Digestinol capsules will also help to balance the good and bad bacteria levels in your body allowing it to regain control of its normal operations.


For more information, visit us at www.Digestinol.com or:


Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Digestinol


LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/digestinol-research-ba1651116


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Crohn's Disease and children

Crohn’s Disease is a chronic (long term) illness that occurs when the bowel or intestine becomes inflamed or filled with ulcers. Crohn’s Disease is part of a group of diseases, like Ulcerative Colitis that are classified as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

In most cases, Crohn’s Disease affects the lower part of the small intestine, called the ileum. However, it can also appear in the large intestine, small intestine, esophagus, or stomach. There have even been reported cases of it forming in the mouth.

Crohn’s Disease can happen at any age, but it is most common to appear between the ages of 15 and 30. With young children and teens it can cause additional issues, like delaying puberty, stunting growth, and weaken bones.

How does Crohn’s disease affects the bowel?
Crohn’s Disease interferes with the normal operation of the bowel in multiple ways.

The bowel tissue can be affected/damaged due to:

-A swelling which leads to a blockage of the pathway inside of the bowel

-Malabsorption, which is the inability of being able to absorb nutrients from food. In the ileum it can be compounded since B12 and bile acids are normally absorbed.

-Ulcers can develop within the deep layers of the bowel wall

-Fistulas (an abnormal passage from one portion of the bowel to another)

What are some symptoms of Crohn’s disease in children and teens?
The symptoms in children and teens can vary depending on which portion of the bowel the Crohn’s Disease has formed in. The location can also affect the severity of the symptoms. But general symptoms include:

-Bleeding

-Chronic Diarrhea (resulting in weight loss)

-Fever

-Abdominal sensitivity/soreness

-Feeling of mass or fullness in the lower right abdomen

Commonly these symptoms can come and go without notice, sometimes having a period of symptoms for weeks then having a number of weeks with no symptoms. There is no way of determining when the symptoms will start, end, or return.

Depending on the severity of the case, other symptoms can also appear. They can experience Gallstones, Kidney Stones, Arthitis, Rashes, Anemia, Liver Disease, and swelling around the mouth and eyes.

How do children and teens develop Crohn’s disease?
There is no known cause for Crohn’s Disease, some believe it is inherited. It is believed that those who have a relative with Crohn’s Disease have a greater risk of developing it. However, the overall risk of getting Crohn’s Disease is considered to be relatively low.

How is Crohn’s Disease treated in children and teens?
The severity and location of the Crohn’s Disease will determine the treatment. The main focus on treating Crohn’s Disease is to focus on the inflammation and correcting the lack of nutrition being absorbed by the body. There are a number of prescription style medications including steroids that are often prescribed by doctors to attempt to fight this disease. Some of these are administered via IV or injection.

However, in some cases, the prescriptions don’t work and are unable to keep the Crohn’s Disease under control. In those cases, your doctor would most likely recommend a surgery to remove a portion of the bowel, although the remaining areas of the bowel have been known to become affected later on.

Many people aren’t happy with the results and/or side effects that come with the prescribed medications and strive to find another more successful approach. A healthier option is an all natural product called Digestinol. This product contains an extremely potent strain of nutrients from the Aloe plant, that have been refined into a powder to prevent any side effects and focus on the main cause of the inflammation and discomfort in your body.

What is Digestinol?
Our product contains AMP (Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharides) which is an all natural molecule found in the aloe vera plant. It is known to enhance the body’s immune system due to its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. We have a 97-98% success rate reported from people who take Digestinol as directed for 90 days or longer.

If you are not interested in prescription medications to treat your condition and prefer a more natural approach, Digestinol makes all natural capsules that contain a very specific form of Aloe Polysaccharides to target the inflammation along your digestive tract.

These capsules also provide your body with the nutrients that it is lacking in order to take back control of itself. Digestinol isn’t just Aloe Vera powder, Aloe Vera (contains Aloin) which irritates your digestive system and can cause diarrhea. Digestinol undertakes very specific additional steps in order to remove the Aloin during their extraction process to focus on only the beneficial portions of the Aloe Leaf, the long chain Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide molecules.

Since Digestinol is 100% all-natural it doesn’t bring along the side effects that other chemically based prescription medications have. We tell our customers to think of Digestinol as an all-natural digestive system specific vitamin that reduces inflammation and provides your body with specific nutrients that allow it to take back control of itself.

Our Digestinol capsules will also help to balance the good and bad bacteria levels in your body allowing it to regain control of its normal operations.

For more information, visit us at www.Digestinol.com or:

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Digestinol

LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/digestinol-research-ba1651116

Tumblr – http://digestinol.tumblr.com

Google + – https://plus.google.com/102968126504718410777

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Q. What is IBS?
A. IBS, also known as Irritable Bowl Syndrome which is a chronic disorder that affects the large intestine. It is the most common gastrointestinal disorder worldwide, it is estimated that 10 to 15% of people have it.
 
Q. What causes IBS?
A. The exact cause of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) isn’t known, but health experts believe that faulty communication between the brain and the intestinal tract is a possible cause. In some people, this miscommunication causes abnormal muscle contractions or spasms, which often causes cramping. These spasms may speed the passage of stool, causing diarrhea or they may slow it down, causing constipation and bloating.
 
Q. What are the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?
- A change in normal bowel movements, including constipation and/or diarrhea.
- A change in the appearance of stools, including texture and color.
- Stomach bloating
- Gas and burping
- Abdominal pain and cramps
- Nausea, heartburn or acid reflux
- Easily feeling full or loss of appetite
 
Q. How is it diagnosed?
A. Irritable bowel syndrome is different than certain other digestive disorders because there are no structural problems in the intestines of people who have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), which means it can sometimes be a hard condition to diagnose. There are no tests that can definitively reveal if someone has Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) or not. A diagnosis can only be made through a process of elimination and by observing symptoms.

Some of the most common questions doctors might ask you to determine whether you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) or not are:

- How often are you going to the bathroom?
- Does going to the bathroom tend to reduce abdominal pain? 
- What are your stress levels like, and does increased stress seem to bring on symptoms?
- Do you notice a change in the appearance or consistency of your stool after eating certain things?
- Do certain meals leave you feeling bloated and gassy?
- Do you exercise at all, and if so does this help control your Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) symptoms?
- Do you have any known food allergies or sensitivities?
 
Q. What foods should I avoid if I suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?
- Pasteurized dairy
- Gluten (Wheat, Barley & Rye)
- Added sugar and refined flour
- Caffeine and alcohol
- Common allergens such as eggs, buts and shellfish
- Spicy foods
 
Q. What supplements can help Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) symptoms?
A. Probiotics, L-Glutamine, Aloe Vera and Digestive Enzymes.
 
Q. Who is more likely to develop Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?
A. About twice as many women as men suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). It affects people of all ages, but is more common in people in their teens through their 40’s. 
 
Q. How is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) treated?
A. Mild signs and symptoms can often be controlled by managing stress and by making changes in your diet and lifestyle, by avoiding foods that trigger your symptoms, by eating high fiber foods, by drinking plenty of fluids, by exercising regularly and by getting enough sleep.
 
Q. What is Digestinol?
A. Our product contains AMP (Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharides) which is an all natural molecule found in the aloe vera plant.  It is known to enhance the body’s immune system due to its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. We have a 97-98% success rate reported from people who take Digestinol as directed for 90 days or longer.

If you are not interested in prescription medications to treat your condition and prefer a more natural approach, Digestinol makes all natural capsules that contain a very specific form of Aloe Polysaccharides to target the inflammation along your digestive tract.

These capsules also provide your body with the nutrients that it is lacking in order to take back control of itself. Digestinol isn't just Aloe Vera powder, Aloe Vera (contains Aloin) which irritates your digestive system and can cause diarrhea. Digestinol undertakes very specific additional steps in order to remove the Aloin during their extraction process to focus on only the beneficial portions of the Aloe Leaf, the long chain Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide molecules.

Since Digestinol is 100% all-natural it doesn't bring along the side effects that other chemically based prescription medications have. We tell our customers to think of Digestinol as an all-natural digestive system specific vitamin that reduces inflammation and provides your body with specific nutrients that allow it to take back control of itself.

Our Digestinol capsules will also help to balance the good and bad bacteria levels in your body allowing it to regain control of its normal operations.

For more information, visit us at www.Digestinol.com or:

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Digestinol

LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/digestinol-research-ba1651116

Tumblr – http://digestinol.tumblr.com

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What is L-Glutamine?
L-Glutamine is the most abundant essential amino acid found in the human body. It makes up approximately 60% of amino acids in our muscles. It is one of the very few amino acids that can cross the blood brain barrier directly.
 
What are Amino Acids?
Amino acids are nutrients that help synthesize protein in the human body for nutrition. Protein plays a crucial role in almost all biological processes and amino acids are the building blocks of it. A large proportion of our cells, muscles and tissue is made up of amino acids, meaning they carry out many important bodily functions, such as giving cells their structure.
 
What are the benefits of taking L-Glutamine?
Improves gastrointestinal health.
Improves Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and diarrhea by balancing mucus production, which results in healthy bowel movements.
Helps heal ulcers and leaky gut.
Fights cancer.
Helps with memory, focus and concentration.
Improves diabetes and lowers blood sugar.
Burns fat and boosts metabolism.
Curbs cravings for sugar and alcohol.
Promotes digestive and brain health, muscle growth and athletic performance.
Promotes muscle growth and decreases muscle wasting.
 
L-glutamine benefits your health if you have any type of digestive issue, such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), an inflammatory bowel disease like Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Diverticulosis, Diverticulitis, Leaky Gut or any of the issues associated with Leaky Gut (like joint pain, rosacea or any type of autoimmune response).
 
If you are not interested in prescription medications to treat your condition and prefer a more natural approach, Digestinol makes all natural capsules that contain a very specific form of Aloe Polysaccharides to target the inflammation along your digestive tract.

These capsules also provide your body with the nutrients that it is lacking in order to take back control of itself. Digestinol isn't just Aloe Vera powder, Aloe Vera (contains Aloin) which irritates your digestive system and can cause diarrhea. Digestinol undertakes very specific additional steps in order to remove the Aloin during their extraction process to focus on only the beneficial portions of the Aloe Leaf, the long chain Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide molecules.

Since Digestinol is 100% all-natural it doesn't bring along the side effects that other chemically based prescription medications have. We tell our customers to think of Digestinol as an all-natural digestive system specific vitamin that reduces inflammation and provides your body with specific nutrients that allow it to take back control of itself. Our Digestinol capsules will also help to balance the good and bad bacteria levels in your body allowing it to regain control of its normal operations.

For more information, visit us at www.Digestinol.com or:
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Digestinol
LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/digestinol-research-ba1651116
Tumblr – http://digestinol.tumblr.com
Google + – https://plus.google.com/102968126504718410777
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GERD - Gastroesophageal reflux disease
Q. What is GERD?

A. GERD, also known as Gastroesophageal reflux disease is a digestive disorder that occurs when a muscle at the end of your esophagus does not close properly which in turn allows the stomach contents to leak back into the esophagus and irritate it.

Q. What causes GERD?

A. One of the most common causes of GERD is a condition called hiatal hernia. Hiatal hernias are usually caused by having a weak diaphragm muscle.

Q. What are the symptoms of GERD?

A. Heartburn, nausea, vomiting, bad breath, respiratory problems, difficulty or pain when swallowing, and tooth decay.

Q. Is it life threatening?

A. Most GERD is not life threatening, however, 10 to 20 percent of patients with chronic GERD will develop Barrett’s Esophagus which is a condition associated with an increased risk of esophageal cancer.

Q. How is it diagnosed?

A. GERD is diagnosed after your doctor performs a physical exam and reviews your medical history. Some tests that he may perform include an esophagoscopy, a Barium swallow test, 24 hour pH monitoring, an esophageal manometry or by conducting gastric emptying studies.

Q. Who is more likely to develop GERD?

A. Anyone can develop GERD, it occurs across every age group and ethnicity, however it is very common in pregnant women.

Q. How can I avoid getting GERD?

A. You can avoid getting GERD by maintaining a healthy weight, not smoking and by reducing your stress level.

Q. How is GERD treated?

A. By raising your head of the bed by six inches allowing gravity to help keep food in the stomach, by eating meals at least three to four hours before lying down and by avoiding bedtime snacks, by eating moderate portions of food and smaller meals, by maintaining a healthy weight, by limiting the consumption of fatty foods, chocolate, tomatoes, citrus, peppermint, coffee, tea, soda, and alcohol, by wearing loose belts and clothing and by taking over the counter antacid medicines.

Q. How common is GERD?

A. GERD is common condition, occurring in approximately 20 percent of the population in the United States.

Q. What foods should I avoid if you’ve been diagnosed with GERD.

A. Fatty foods, chocolate, spicy foods, tomatoes, citrus, peppermint, coffee, tea, caffeine, and alcohol.

Q. What does Digestinol do?

A. Our product contains AMP (Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharides) which is an all natural molecule found in the aloe vera plant. It is known to enhance the body’s immune system due to its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. We have a 97-98% success rate reported from people who take Digestinol as directed for 90 days or longer.

If you experience any of the above conditions/symptoms, you should consider Digestinol.

If you are not interested in prescription medications to treat your condition and prefer a more natural approach, Digestinol makes all natural capsules that contain a very specific form of Aloe Polysaccharides to target the inflammation along your digestive tract.

These capsules also provide your body with the nutrients that it is lacking in order to take back control of itself. Digestinol isn’t just Aloe Vera powder, Aloe Vera (contains Aloin) which irritates your digestive system and can cause diarrhea. Digestinol undertakes very specific additional steps in order to remove the Aloin during their extraction process to focus on only the beneficial portions of the Aloe Leaf, the long chain Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide molecules.

Since Digestinol is 100% all-natural it doesn’t bring along the side effects that other chemically based prescription medications have. We tell our customers to think of Digestinol as an all-natural digestive system specific vitamin that reduces inflammation and provides your body with specific nutrients that allow it to take back control of itself. Our Digestinol capsules will also help to balance the good and bad bacteria levels in your body allowing it to regain control of its normal operations.

For more information, visit us at www.Digestinol.com or:

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Digestinol

LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/digestinol-research-ba1651116

Tumblr – http://digestinol.tumblr.com

Google + – https://plus.google.com/102968126504718410777

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Q. What is Celiac Disease?
A. Celiac Disease is a genetic autoimmune disease that triggers your immune system to react by damaging the lining of the small intestine when gluten is consumed. Gluten is a protein that is found in foods such as wheat, barley and rye. It can also be found in products such as lip balms and lipsticks, hair and skin products, toothpaste and vitamins.

Q. What causes Celiac Disease?

A. At this point, there is no known cause of celiac disease but some doctors believe it can sometimes be triggered after surgery, pregnancy, childbirth, severe emotional stress or a viral infection.

Q. What are the symptoms of Celiac Disease?

A. Diarrhea, constipation, bloating, gas, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, edema (swollen ankles), fatigue, anemia, vitamin K deficiency, excessive bruising and bleeding, itching and skin rashes. The majority of people with celiac disease experience one or more of these symptoms but some people may never experience any symptoms.

Children with this disease can experience weight loss, slowed growth, mood changes, a delay in puberty and damage to the teeth’s enamel.

Q. Is it life threatening?

A. When left untreated celiac disease can be life threatening, but by following a gluten free diet people can live a normal healthy life.

Q. How is it diagnosed?

A. There are several blood tests that screen for Celiac Disease antibodies but the most common test is called tTG-IgA. If one tests positive for celiac disease your doctor will recommend doing a biopsy of your small intestine.

Q. Who is more likely to develop Celiac Disease?

A. This disease is more often seen in Caucasians and females, although it can affect children and adults all over the world.

Q. How common is Celiac Disease?

A. About 1 in 100 people have celiac disease.

Q. What foods should I avoid if you’ve been diagnosed with Celiac Disease.

A. Gluten, carbonated and caffeinated beverages, seeds, beans, broccoli, cauliflower, sugar and starch.



Q. What does Digestinol do?

A. Our product contains a very pure and strong form of AMP (Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharides) which is an all natural molecule found in the aloe vera plant. It is known to enhance the body’s immune system due to its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. We have a 97-98% success rate reported from people who take Digestinol as directed for 90 days or longer.

If you experience any of the above conditions/symptoms, you should consider Digestinol.

If you are not interested in prescription medications to treat your condition and prefer a more natural approach, Digestinol makes all natural capsules that contain a very specific form of Aloe Polysaccharides to target the inflammation along your digestive tract.

These capsules also provide your body with the nutrients that it is lacking in order to take back control of itself. Digestinol isn’t just Aloe Vera powder, Aloe Vera (contains Aloin) which irritates your digestive system and can cause diarrhea. Digestinol undertakes very specific additional steps in order to remove the Aloin during their extraction process to focus on only the beneficial portions of the Aloe Leaf, the long chain Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide molecules.

Since Digestinol is 100% all-natural it doesn’t bring along the side effects that other chemically based prescription medications have. We tell our customers to think of Digestinol as an all-natural digestive system specific vitamin that reduces inflammation and provides your body with specific nutrients that allow it to take back control of itself. Our Digestinol capsules will also help to balance the good and bad bacteria levels in your body allowing it to regain control of its normal operations.

For more information, visit us at www.Digestinol.com or:

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Digestinol

LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/digestinol-research-ba1651116

Tumblr – http://digestinol.tumblr.com

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Living with Diverticular Disease

Diverticular Disease consists of a combination of conditions that affect your large intestine (aka colon). What happens is that small pouches or sacs (called diverticula) form on the intestinal wall and cause various symptoms.

The three main stages are:

-Diverticulosis - This is the foundation for the disease. However, most people develop this condition as they age. The older you get the higher chance you have of developing Diverticulosis. But most people don't even know they have this stage because their condition doesn't get any worse, meaning the sacs don't get inflamed/infected.

-Diverticulitis - This stage is when the sacs/pouches become infected and/or inflamed. When this happens it causes pain, often severe enough to cause someone to stay in the hospital for a few days.

-Diverticular bleeding - This is not as common as Diverticulitis, but it is more serious. The bleeding can occur if a blood vessel next to the pouch bursts.

Symptoms

Diverticulosis, normally doesn't come with many symptoms. Some signs of Diverticulosis are mild cramps, bloating and/or constipation. Although, these are common symptoms that could be the cause of something else, so it can be tricky to isolate your condition just from these symptoms.

Diverticulitis, normally is associated with severe abdominal pain, which is normally felt in your lower left abdominal area. In most cases, it can gradually increase in intensity, increasing over the period of several days, and it often comes on suddenly. You could also experience nausea, fever, and constipation or diarrhea.

Diverticular bleeding, the most common (and shocking) sign is a large amount of blood in your stool. If you notice this or even blood coming from your rectum you should contact your doctor immediately.

Cause

The exact cause of Diverticulosis, Diverticulitis, and/or Diverticular Bleeding hasn't been determined yet, however, many professionals feel it can be caused by a lack of fiber in a persons diet. That would cause cases of constipation over the years and result in unnecessary pressure in the bowel walls and this is believed to be the initial cause the of the pouches to form. The build of pressure weakens the bowel walls and as a result allows the pouches to start forming

There are other factors which are believed to also contribute to the formation of these pouches such as:

-Lack of exercise

-Obesity

-Genetics

-A lack of healthy bacteria in the gut (yes, there is good bacteria)

-An increase of bad bacteria in your gut

-Smoking

-And some medications - like an abundance of steroidal and nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), like ibuprofen.

As mentioned above, many people develop the less severe condition (Diverticulosis). In fact, your chances of developing it increase as you age. most people develop it between the age of 40 and 80 years old.

If you have Diverticulitis, you will most likely deal with random "flare-ups" from time to time. To help minimize these it is suggested that you eat a high fiber diet, drink lots of water, and exercise regularly. In some cases, harsh items like buts and seeds may cause additional irritation in the digestive tract and it is suggested they be avoided. Although, some people tend to be able to handle them more than others.

If you experience any of the above conditions/symptoms, you could also consider Digestinol.

If you are not interested in prescription medications to treat your condition and prefer a more natural approach, Digestinol makes all natural capsules that contain a very specific form of Aloe Polysaccharides to target the inflammation along your digestive tract.

These capsules also provide your body with the nutrients that it is lacking in order to take back control of itself. Digestinol isn't just Aloe Vera powder, Aloe Vera (contains Aloin) which irritates your digestive system and can cause diarrhea. Digestinol undertakes very specific additional steps in order to remove the Aloin during their extraction process to focus on only the beneficial portions of the Aloe Leaf, the long chain Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide molecules.

Since Digestinol is 100% all-natural it doesn't bring along the side effects that other chemically based prescription medications have. We tell our customers to think of Digestinol as an all-natural digestive system specific vitamin that reduces inflammation and provides your body with specific nutrients that allow it to take back control of itself. Our Digestinol capsules will also help to balance the good and bad bacteria levels in your body allowing it to regain control of its normal operations.

For more information, visit us at www.Digestinol.com or:

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Digestinol

LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/digestinol-research-ba1651116

Tumblr – http://digestinol.tumblr.com

Google + – https://plus.google.com/102968126504718410777

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Ulcerative Colitis – Diet Related Knowledge

Ulcerative colitis is a form of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) that affects your digestive tract. If left untreated it can cause serious inflammation and ulcers in your digestive tract. Ulcerative colitis affects your large intestine and its symptoms develop slowly over time, not suddenly. Symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis can vary depending on the level of inflammation you have within your digestive system.

Limit foods below
• Fiber – Some people with Ulcerative Colitis may be able to handle foods high in fiber, although many will not. With Inflammatory Bowel Disease some high fiber foods like grains, fresh fruit and fresh vegetables, may aggravate your symptoms. Try completely removing fiber from your diet to see if you are sensitive to it. If you find that you are but would still like various fruits and vegetables, try incorporating small amounts and steaming or stewing them to see if it helps your individual situation.

• Dairy Products – Most people with Inflammatory Bowel Disease have reported that by removing dairy products from their diet it has helped alleviate abdominal pain, gas, and diarrhea. Using a lactose free product may help those in this area.

• High Risk Foods - Nuts, seeds, alcohol, spicy foods/sauces, and even caffeine have been reported to irate the digestive system of those with Ulcerative Colitis and result in irritation of the Gastrointestinal Tract (GI) and pain.

Dietary advice
• Drink a lot of fluids – Water would be ideal. Carbonated drinks can cause increase in gas and caffeine drinks and alcohol can stimulate the intestines causing a higher chance of diarrhea.

• Smaller meals – try to reduce the portion size of your meals. Instead of eating 3 large meals try eating 5-6 smaller portion meals.

• Specialist – Consider reaching out to a dietician and be honest about your condition and the foods you eat to see if they can tailor a meal plan for you and your symptoms. Especially if you notice a weight loss you suspect is related to your condition.

Stress may not be the root cause of Ulcerative Colitis (UC) or Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) but it can certainly aggravate your symptoms and cause flare-ups. Be sure to exercise frequently to help alleviate any build ups of stress.

If you are not interested in prescription medications to treat your condition and prefer a more natural approach, Digestinol makes all natural capsules that contain a very specific form of Aloe Polysaccharides to target the inflammation along your digestive tract. 

These capsules also provide your body with the nutrients that it is lacking in order to take back control. Digestinol isn't just Aloe Vera powder, Aloe Vera (contains Aloin) which irritates your digestive system and can cause diarrhea. Digestinol undertakes extra steps to remove the Aloin during their extraction process to focus on only the beneficial portions of the Aloe Leaf, the long chain Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide molecules.

Since Digestinol is 100% all-natural it doesn't bring along the side effects that other chemically based prescription medications have. We tell our customers is to think of Digestinol as an all-natural vitamin that reduces inflammation and provides your body with specific nutrients that allow it to take back control of itself. Our Digestinol capsules will help to balance the good and bad bacteria levels in your body allowing it to regain control of normal operations.

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome - Frequently Asked Questions - Digestinol

Q. What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?
A. IBS is a condition that causes a person to experience abdominal pain/cramping, bloating, gas, and changes in bowel movements all happening together. Most of the discomfort will begin shortly after eating and slowly recede after having a bowel movement.

Q. What causes Irritable Bowel Syndrome?
A. There is not a known specific reason for someone to develop Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Many studies have been done and while there are a few theories floating around, nothing specific has been pinpointed as the primary cause.

Q. Is it life threatening?
A. No, it is not considered to be life threatening. In fact, it doesn’t even appear to cause any actual damage to your Gastrointestinal (GI) Tract. Irritable Bowel Syndrome also does not increase your chances of developing other digestive disorders.

Q. How is it diagnosed?
A. Irritable Bowel Syndrome does not have a single test that could diagnose you. Your doctor will run a series of tests and analyze the results to see if you do in fact have IBS. Or if your symptoms may be related to something else such as food allergies, medication, an Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) like Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative Colitis.

Q. How common is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?
A. 1 out of 7 people in the U.S. appear to have IBS. Additionally, each person’s severity is unique to them. While some foods may be tolerable for one person with IBS the same foods may cause misery for another person suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome. We encourage our customers to keep a record of what they eat. Recording details like portion size, foods eaten, size of meals, and any other pertinent information can help you determine which foods are causing the problems for each individual.

Q. What is Digestinol and how does it help?
A. Digestinol capsules are made with Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharides (AMP) which have demonstrated astounding benefits in the area of digestive disorders. Keeping the AMP molecules from the aloe plant Stabilized is the most important step. Our process of extraction (unlike others) keeps the AMP molecules stabilized and undisturbed so that their healing powers are maximized for you.

Many modern medicines claim to be a benefit for those suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome. However, many of our customers have told us of their difficulties from taking prescription medicines as a treatment. Also, they tell us about the nasty side effects those prescription's bring.

Since Digestinol is 100% all-natural it doesn’t bring along the side effects that other chemically based prescription medications have. We tell our customers is to think of Digestinol as an all-natural vitamin that reduces inflammation and provides your body with specific nutrients that allow it to take back control of itself. Our Digestinol capsules will help to balance the good and bad bacteria levels in your body allowing it to regain control of normal operations.

For more information, visit us at www.Digestinol.com or:

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What is Diverticular Disease?

Diverticular Disease is a combination of someone having both Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis. Diverticular Disease is also considered to be a very common condition to develop.

Diverticulosis is a condition that is a result of small pockets or pouches (which are called Diverticula) forming within the muscle of the wall of the large intestine. Diverticulitis is the classification of the disease once these Diverticula become infected or inflamed. There are over 200,000 new cases of Diverticulitis each year.

In most cases, there are no symptoms reported in those that have only Diverticulosis (Diverticula, the small pouches). For most people the symptoms only begin to appear once those pouches become infected or inflamed (Diverticulitis). It is estimated that 1 in 4 people that develop Diverticulosis, will go on and develop Diverticulitis.

The Diverticula (small pouches that form in the large intestine) can vary in size and they tend to form in the weakest sections of the muscle. The reason that they sometimes become infected and turn the disease into a painful situation is because these pockets will allow feces to become trapped in them. Then after some time, the feces trapped there will cause the area to become inflamed and infected. This inflammation can cause serious abdominal pain on a patients left side.


Diverticulitis symptoms can include the following:

•Flu like symptoms
•Shivering
•Bloating
•Rectal bleeding
•Nausea and vomiting
•Being pale and clammy
•Tenderness and pain in the abdomen
•Weakness and fatigue
•Heart palpitations

Diverticulosis is fairly common for people to develop within their lifetime. For most people it will begin to develop after the age of 40. About one third of Americans will likely develop this condition before they reach 60, while two thirds will have it by age 85. Again, Diverticulosis is just the forming of the Diverticula pouches. Just because someone has these pouches doesn’t mean they will experience any pain associated with them. Those Diverticula pouches would have to become infected/inflamed for the pain and other symptoms to appear.


What causes the Diverticulosis?

The main cause can be traced to a person’s eating habits, mainly a low fiber diet. Consuming a fiber rich diet helps the colon process waste easier than if it was lacking fiber. Fiber draws water into the feces (waste) which allows the stool to become soft and bulky which makes it easier to pass. A high fiber diet also speeds up the process to help prevent constipation.

Without a lot of fiber in a person’s diet the stools can become hard and that forces the colon to use more effort to expel the stool. It is suggested that because of the combination of a low fiber diet (causing small and hard stools), the extra force that a colon has had to work, and the age of a person - that this is what causes the Diverticula pouches to form in the weaker areas of the colon.

The largest complaint from those with Diverticulitis is the abdominal pain caused by the inflammation of the infected areas. Digestinol works well to reduce the inflammation in these areas with its soothing ingredients. If the inflammation is reduced, then the pain is reduced. Since Digestinol is 100% all natural, you don’t need to have a prescription to take it. And if you would like, it can be taken in combination with your current medications. There also are no side effects with Digestinol since it is 100% all natural. Its main focus is to reduce inflammation in your digestive system.

While some modern medicines claim to be a benefit to those suffering from Diverticulosis, Diverticulitis, and Diverticular Disease, many of our customers have told us of their difficulties from taking those prescription medicines and the nasty side effects they bring.

Since Digestinol is 100% all-natural it doesn’t bring along the side effects that other chemically based prescription medications have. What we tell our customers is to think of Digestinol as an all-natural vitamin that reduces inflammation and provides your body with specific nutrients that allow it to take back control of itself. Digestinol will help to balance the good and bad bacteria levels in your body allowing it to regain control of normal operations.

For more information, visit us at www.Digestinol.com or:

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