Find Relief from Irritable Bowel Syndrome
For some individuals, certain foods can cause excessive intestinal discomfort due to cramping, constipation, gas, and other issues. This could be the result of food allergies, or it could be caused by high sensitivity to certain food products. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) has no cure as of yet, but relief could be found through a
food elimination diet to identify and remove irritating foods from the patient's diet. Some of the foods that commonly worsen IBS symptoms include fibrous foods like salads and raw fruits, high-gas foods like broccoli and cabbage, and dairy products like milk or chocolate.
Treatment of IBS could also involve the opposite-some individuals require extra fiber in their diet to prevent constipation. Other IBS patients may suffer from an overabundance of bacteria in their gut and require microbials, while others have too little bacteria and require probiotics. By treating your IBS you could drastically improve your overall intestinal health, not to mention you could strengthen your immunity and better fight of sickness and disease. Since internal health issues of the patient vary from case to case, professional counsel and assistance from a high quality Denver wellness clinic are highly recommended.
Contact South Denver Wellness
Our wellness and functional health clinic could conduct a detailed examination of your intestinal health and dietary habits in order to determine what foods cause your IBS symptoms to flare up. Dr. Scott McDoniel has extensive training and skill in the area as a Functional Health Specialist and he is Fellow of the American College of Nutrition. Through an initial consultation with our clinic, you could learn what steps could be taken to help you find the relief you need.
Gut restoration is not something you should attempt on your own. We have assisted numerous individuals suffering from IBS in diet modification and lifestyle changes that obtained the results they needed. Learn what we could do for you by calling today at 720-295-8595 and making an appointment for your consultation.