Relieve IBS Symptoms: 5 Simple Tips

Simple Tips to Relieve IBS Symptoms

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a medical condition that affects the large intestine, leaving you with symptoms like constipation, diarrhea, cramping, and bloating. The symptoms of IBS can leave you feeling uncomfortable and embarrassed, but luckily there are some ways to minimize the effect of these symptoms.

Tip 1

Take note of foods that cause your symptoms to flare up, and then remove them from your diet. Common foods to watch out for include coffee, dairy, bread, spicy foods, and fatty foods.

Tip 2

Take a healthy fiber supplement alongside your diet. Fiber is great for keeping your body regular, which can help control IBS symptoms. The Manna Blood Sugar Support contains 28% fiber and can help with bowel movement.

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Tip 3

If you suffer from constant diarrhea, an over-the-counter anti-diarrhea medication is advised. These are not recommended as a daily supplement, and you should consult your doctor if the problem persists.

Tip 4

Add some plain yogurt to your diet. Fresh, natural yogurt can go a long way in keeping your gut health up to standard. Also include a Probiotic supplement, like the Manna GUT Support, to suppress low-grade inflammation and enhance normal immune function.

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Tip 5

Hemorrhoids are a common side effect of IBS, so pain relieving medications can help minimize pain and irritation. Make sure to consult your doctor if you are unsure of what is safe for you.



Make use of the Manna Diet which eliminates sugar and starches. The Manna GUT Support can assist in reinstating healthy flora and essential digestive enzymes to restore the natural health of your digestive system.

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